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Silver stI er OHc oer er erXiP ounce ounceCopper
1 v Copper casting caatln iSUe per pound poundEstablishe4 <
XiP Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY Y SEPTEMBER 19 1905 Price Five Cents Lefid In ore ° New York ° 4 4r
FINISHED HER HERicffer HERPleffer HERieffer
Pleffer icffer Girl Not Killed by Krst FirstAt FirstAttack At Attack Attack ¬
tack of Girard GirardALIVE GirardALIVE GirardALIVE
JEW YORK YORK Sopt 18A A large force forceof foreI oroQo
I of o dntoctlvea av V at work today todaysearching tooaysearching todaY8earctiing
searching for Joseph JOiiE ph Girard for forTvhoee COrivhoae or orWho
Who e arrest a warrant has h been Is Issued Iii Iiisued 1 1sued ¬
sued In connection with ith the murder of ofAugusta ofAugusta oCAugu8ta
Augusta Pfeffer near r the Pelham road roadWestchester lOudVestchester roadWe9tche2ter
Westchester on Monday lIonda last Several Severalreports Severalreports Severalreports
reports of the mans man movements since sinceWednesday SInceWediietlay InceWednesdllY
Wednesday have been received and the thedetectivaa thedtecUva thedlteetjv
detectivaa expect to find him within withintwentyfour IlthlntWlntyfour WIthIVttweutyfo1r
twentyfour hours houi Olrards Hrard home Is Issaid IsSHld t tSaid
said to be Nashua N H HGirard HGirard HGlrard
Girard is a truck driver and boarded boardedith boardedwith boardedwLth
with ith Mrs Julia H Mahon on the Pel Pelham Pel1utrn Pelham
ham road not far from the place whore whorethe whorethe wherethe
the body of Miss MI Uu Pfeffer was found foundThe fOUluIThe foundThe
The police assert that they found a aquantity aluanUt aI
I quantity luanUt of the mans clothiii in the thesink thesink tltQsink
sink in Mrs Irs Mahons kitchen and that thatshe thatf thathe
she f he told them that Girard had changed changedall
t all his hi garments except his hi > under underclothes underclothes underclothes ¬
clothes on Thursday morning She had hadfound hadtoundblood hadThund
found toundblood blood stains on the clothe clothessaid b bsaid H Hsaid
said but he offered no explanation a ato ae aeto aeto
to how ow they came there thereCame thereCame thereCame
Came Back and Killed Her HerCoroner HerCoroner HerCoroner
Coroner OGormaa said that he bo bobjw boved be4xu
4xu bjw ved the young woman lay alive In the thegrinds theods thends
grinds ods two days after the first assault assaultami aSMultd assaultatl
ami d was killed In a second cond attack by bythe bythe bYthe
the same man manThe manThe manThe
The coroner said saidI saidHI
HI I do not believe the girl was wa killed killedoutright killedJ killedOutright
outright I think she was wa rendered renderedunconscious renderedurlCon9tlous renderedurcoIu9lotIs
unconscious and the brute who at attacked attaCked t ttacked
J tacked her dragged her body Into the thebushes thpbushe thebughe
bushes and hid it thinking she he was wasdead WIUdead wa wadead
dead Probably she he lay there all ot ofThursday otThursday otThursday
Thursday and Friday l rlda unable to move moveor
or r make an outcry and the murderer re returned returned yeturned ¬
turned Friday night to look at his vic victim vl vlt1m vietim < ¬
tim Finding her alive he finished her herUndoubtedly herTndoubtedl herUndoubtedly
Tndoubtedl Undoubtedly the girl knew the man manwho manWho manwho
who killed her Otherwise e there would wouldhave wouldunl wouldhave
have unl been no necessity neces lty for him to have haveadded ha haveadiled e eacidt
added > r murder to his first crime He Hekilled Hekilled Hekilled
killed her because she recognised him himMURDER himMURDER IuImMURDER
k Body of Woman Found Under Stoop Stoopof
of Big Tenement TenementNew TenementNew TenementNew
New York Sept 18 1I1n In the discov discovery dlscoyNy dicoveky ¬
ery of the body ot a woman huddled huddledunderneath huddledullderlltath huddleduiderieath
underneath the rear stoop of a big bigtenement bigtllIlment bigteieinent
tenement at 540 40 West rest Thirtysecond Thirtysecondstreet Thlrtaeeondt
street t t tpet today the police believe they th thtaYe
have taYe evidence of another murder The Thevitini TheVithfl rhevldhn
vitini whfkfe W wie n iun me m J was II unknown w wabout ws wsabout s sabout
about thirty th1jtyi yejtp QIIP < ItM and evidently evidentlyin tVld ntb ntbIn
in poor circumstances The clothing clothingwas clothlnJWal
was wa disarranged her face MCt > bruised and andthere Rndtlure Sfllthre
there were marks of violence vlolenceabout about the thethroat thethroat thethroat
throat which H aroused the suspicions of ofthe oftlw ofthe
the police When the body was lifted liftedthe Jtttedtht liftedthe
the head pied so meily aa ato to indicate indicatethat Indcte Indctetlat Indctetuat
that tlat the wUtnane ts 1 nek ck Had 1ul been ben bro broken brokn IwoThe ¬
ken The front of her Walat al alet was 1as stained stainediv stalle stalednith
iv nith ith blood bloodThe blo bloodThe
The section ston of the city v where here th thbody te tebldy UIC UICbdy
body was found foun is 1 known as Hells HellsKitchen Hels Helsithen HellsXltchen
Kitchen ithen and is ii the stamping mplng ground groundof
of some tough characters charctet Jts ts condi condition condltlol conditioli ¬
tion tlol now nf is worse wors than usual uual The ThePennsylvania ThePfnnsanla ThePImslvanla
Pennsylvania Railroad Rairod company com pn has a atemporary atmprr atnporary
temporary tmprr trestle running through one oneside onelf oneidf
side idf lf of the street strt and in the darkness darknessunderneath darkne darknessuuderneath
underneath Ulderneath gangs Jfn congregate congregateTHE cnxregate cnxregateTHE congregateTHE
General Isaac J Wistar WistarPhiladelphia WistarPhiadelphia WistarPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia S Spt Sept pt 18 I8Generl iSGeneral General Isaac Isac IsacWl
J Wistar Wl tr of this city ciy philanthropist philanthropistand phlJntbropit phlJntbropitand
and scientist s < enUst died die today toay at Claymont Claoft ClaymontJel
Jel Jel after an Illness of
el afer a Ine one day He Hevas Hewas Heas
vas as 7S 7 ye yer years r old oldRalnintheFace oldRa oldRaInIntheFace
RalnintheFace RalnintheFaceAberdeen Ra RaInIntheFaceAberdeen InI ntheFace ntheFaceAberdeen
Aberdeen S D Sept IS ISRalnI ISRaInln ISRaInlntheFace RaJnm RaJnmtheFace
theFace thelace one of the leading leding chiefs in inthfc Intuster InUjuster
thfc tuster Ujuster Custer massacre and who is I said saidjjaWsThially saidjnally Id
jjaWsThially jnally inaly to have killed kie General Cue CU CUere Cuek
k Sier ter ere died die at the Standing Standln Hock Rok res re reeeva reeevaion rva rvaiion
tL Uon ion 12 years yoaf South Suth old Dakota Dakot Sept Spt 12 1 He wa IU IUyoaf waatL
W H Raymond RaymondHelena RaymondHelena RaymondHelena
Helena Helena Mont lon1 tont Sept Sept is I ISA A dispatch dispatchto dilpuk dilpukto
to the Record Reor from frm Missoula lUlula says sys that thatW thatH thatv
W v H Raymond Raymod well wel known Montana Montanahorse Montanahorse Iontn IontnhONe
horse hONe breeder breer owning extensive stock stockfarms stok stokfarms stockfarms
farms at Sheridan Shera Madison iladln county countywho contT contTwho countyvbo
who bred Spokane winner of
bre Spkan Chicago ChicagoDerby Chlcco ChlccoDerby ChicagoDerby
Derby died dl her e today to rather unex unexpectedly unexptel unexpectedly ¬
pectedly Cincinnati ptel Cincinnat aged e 00 0 He was a native natve of ofCincinnati ofCincinnat ofCincinnati
F W Bergmeier BergmeierSt
St t Paul Paul Minn Sept Spt 18 II I y W WBergmeier v WBergmeier
Bergmeier Be aged 41 years general
meie e erl Kenel man manager m manager ¬
ager and secretarytreasurer rettrlurer of o th thVilks the theVlks theilks
Vlks Vilks ilks Zeitung ZeluD Printing Prntng company cmp w whichpublIihe which whichpublisher leh lehpubUsh
publisher the Volks Volk Xeituntr Zelunx the only Qfl QfldaJy nl nldaily
daily daJy German Gean newspaper newsppr in the Twin TwinCities Twi TwituCities
Cities elu died die this morning mrning at his hl rest residence r rdence restdence ¬
dence in this city citySir cu cuSir citySir
Sir Robert Robert Gunter GunterLondon GunterLondon GunterLondon
London Sept Spt 18 ILSir Sir Robert Robrt Gunter GunterBart GunterDart GuinterI3art
Bart member of parliament in the
memb prlamMt con conservative e eonservatlve ¬
servative srvatvo interest Intoret for or the Barkston BarkstonAsh Brkon BrkonI JMrkstoAsh
I Ash division divison of Yorkshire Yorklr died di today toflayaged toay toayage todayaged
aged age 84 years yearsGeneral yers yersGeneral yearsGeneral
General Guillermo Guiermo Andrade AndradeLo AodradeJA
Lo JA Lea Angeles Algelq Sent Set lGeneral 1Genel Guiltorn GuiltornAndrad GuU GuUndrad GuflerAndrade
Andrad ndrad Mexican lexlen consul eOfl at this th city cityprominently cityprominently
ety etyprminety
prominently prminety connected cnnU and well 11 kn klwl ktw ktwihrouhoUt WH WHthroughout
throughout the southwest that died di at his hiswme hUihome
home wme here her today todayGeorge toay toayI todayGeorge hi
I George MacDonald MacDonaldLondon MacDonaldLondo MacDonaldLondon
London Londo Sept Sept 18 1George itGeorge George MacDonald MacDonaldthe MacDonld MacDonldthe acDoflldthe
novelist died today aged d l
the noveJst die toay ag years yearsINVENTORY year yearINVENTORY yearsIN
San Jose Jo e Cal Cat Sept 18 18An An inventory inventoryof I
of separate separte personal pranal estate ette of the late lateAirs late lateMrs
Airs Irs Jahn Lathrop Stanford was WiUI fll flltoday t t i iu I
u today by the th appraisers aplHl r The estate estatefoots estateoota ttc ttctoot i
foots toot up X3ftlS7UX 111Sn as 18 follows followsCash folo followsCash s sCcll
Cash 52705C12 2i06J 27O56Z wardrobe wardrob 1000 1000ler 10
1wuohold buuoellOId ln linen n 31100 1 1tnor sliver plate phtteU6 plateU50
4 U6 U50 pearl neckac necklace Ji7 377 thr three Ml Mlpr snal snaller
necklaces 1283 Jewelry lry
ler pr pearl neckJac jwt > Jifi 10
000 private car Stanford1 StnCoId 10000 10000horses 100 1O 1Ohorses
horses borses 00 and harness harne JWO Oo The balance balanceof bnlanC bnlanCof
of the estate estte consisted conillte of tyuUs 1 lda Iids in va various varIous a arlous ¬
rious railroad raUrofd companies companiesOLD comnieI comnieLD companiesOLD
Chicago Sept Sepl IS ISFour Four railway riway tom tomoanles comanles cornanles
anles today todf renewed last lst years ra agree agreement a agreeiiont ree reeent ¬
ment ent with wih freight handlers handler and rail railway ral railway ¬
way ay clerks clerk Three other roads rnds posted postednotices pste postednotices
notices establishing cstablshlng the scale ele prevailing prevailinglast prvl prvlast prevaiIhPglast
notces last year All other lines Ine involved In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the freight handlers hfndlen demands deands are U rs ex exTiH exIected axpected
pected to tka taka atDlar giinnar acton aetloit The TheillcontIflUe Jfe JfeT11
Iected TiH illcontIflUe continue contnuework work for or a I mitnimum mitnimumtrage mimhnulnwage mhnhnuinwage
wage T11 of 1T5 115 for ten hours hou
1 Russian Ruler Issues Invitation to toConference toConference
Con Conference er nce at The H HagueST Hague HagueST ge
f T PJETBRSBURG PDmnSnURG Sept lSEmperor lSEmperorNtehatea lEmperor lEmperorNluh1s IEmperOrI
ST I Ntehatea Nluh1s today again appears app ars before beforethe lofore loforete boforethe
the te world w rt i as a a promoter of universal universalpence unlvort unlvortp un1vor1lpeace
pence co No sooner oner Is Ii the RuseoJapanesa RuseoJapanesawar RusJapaneO RusJapaneOwar
war over and a1d even before the peace peacetreaty poa poatlty peaOtrMty
treaty tlty has b ha l bn been > n ratified than tum his ma majesty majet majeety ¬
jesty jet issues tH invitations Invitatons to a second peace peaceconference pece pececnferenee peaceconference
conference cnferenee at t The Hague HatcueThat HaJue HaJueTat HagueThat
That Tat the emperor has done so was waslearned waSlerned waslearned
learned lerned today toay from frm a source surce which leaves leavesno lev0 lev0no leaveSno
no shade shai on al o which doubt as a to its Is authen authenticity luthen luthentelt authentielty ¬
ticity telt may ra be based bUtd bas d It I Is announced that thatthe thatth thatthe
to ad addressthe addre address ¬
the th Russian RUllan government purposes purpses
dressthe dre dress the foreign powers with wih a view to tothe tothe tothe
ftrelgn pwers
the second conference conferenoat
holding holl of a snd peace cnfereno
at The Hague > but It Is known that ne negotiations neotatoM nogotiatlons ¬
gotiations preceding Ireelng this announcement announcementthut announcementth1
that th1 otatoM the government overnment purposed purped to address addressthe addresstbe addressthe
the > ower ow wer r were entered Into especially especiallywith especialY especialYwih especiallywith
with the United nited States St tee and were wtr rnn rnnducted ponduetl flfl flfldueted
ducted wih with the greatest rtatest secrecy serecy there therebeing tberQbeing therebeing
being not the tht slightest slghtlst inkling Inklnt that Rus Russia Rusa Rusala ¬
ala a contemplated contemplate anything of the kind kindNews kindNews kindNews
News Received With Surprise SurpriseThe
The news created the greatest grt8t st surprise surpriseher surprisehee surprisehere I
her hee here and that thft Russia Ruia should plan a sec second second seeond ¬
already alreadytaken alreadytakn alreadytaken
ond conference despite depie the steps
taken by b Present Pres ent Roosevelt ROOS6el was also alsoheard alsoheard I
heard herd with wih amazement amaztment It I is clear cler that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the step could culd not be taken by b Russia Russiawithout Russiawihout RussIawithout
without wihout first rst reaching reChlng a complete under understanding undertandlng understanding ¬
standing with President Roosevelt Roosevel The Thefact Thefact Thefact
fact that tha the Tresldent rrehlent is reported as be being being betag ¬
ing entirely entrely in sympathy iympth with wih the pro proposal propal proposal ¬
posal pal and that tlat he is said to believe beleve that thatto thatto thatto
to the Initiator Initator to the first frst Hague con conference eonferee conrereae ¬
ference feree should hOlld belong 1long the honor of con convoking conoklf convokipug ¬
voking oklf the second lnd and readily readiy and gladly gladlyacceded Jladly JladlyRccded gladlyacceded
acceded to the th Russian Rusian proposition roposlton Is Isclear Isclefr ISclear
clear clefr proof pot that the conference has been beeneall beenlalt beoluealleti
eall lalt ealleti < l and that President Pre ldnt Roosevelt Roosevel re relinquished reJnqulsllefl relinquislied ¬
linquished Jnqulsllefl his part at In it I to t the emperor emperorThere emperorTher emperorThere
Ther There is strong reason r son to b lJeve believe lieve that the thenews thenews thenews
news would woh not be given out unless unles invi invitations Invittlf8 InvItatlons ¬
tations ttlf8 had already 1Jady been sent to the thopowers thePel thepowers
powers and rwwelbly ibl their answers answerS had hadbeen hadDe hadbeen
De been Pel received receivedJapans reived reivedJapans receivedJapans
Japans Invitation InvitationIn Invitaton InvitatonIn
In this thi connection cnneitun an interesting Interfstn ques question queston queslion ¬
lion ton arises arl as Hi how the invitation Inviaton was wascommunicated wasClllllMt wasconununiested
communicated ClllllMt l to Japan JR n in h view Iew of the thelack thelack thelack
lack of diplomatic diplma te rotations rohlUO but the invi invitation invlhtton Invitittlon ¬
tation htton may ma be delayed delaye until ntl such rela relations relatoll relatIoiu ¬
tions toll have been resumed resume or it I may have havebeen haven havebeen
States StatesIt State been n forwarded forwaded through the United UnitedStates Unied UniedState UnitedStates
It I was impossible Implble to learn lern tonight the theproposed thepr theproposed
pr proposed l date of the second scond conference conferenceor cnferenco cnferencoo
or o to gain gin even eVf an approximate regarding regardingIt grdlng grdlngI
It I but it I will wi not probably prlbh be greatly grct de delayed deaYM delayed ¬
layed Russia Rmwl a as the power convoking convokingthe cJokln cJoklnthf
the thf conference < nterenle will 1 probably submit submi an anofficial anoffkial anofficial
official programme the other powers sub submitting submitng submUting ¬
mUting mitng suggestions suggestionsAWKWARD suggeston suggestonAWKWARD suggestionsAWKWARD
Sir Thomas Thrown From H His is Horse HorseWhile HorseWhile
While Whie leading His Hs Regiment KegiinentPast RegimentPat RegimentPast I
Past K Kii1gEaward Kii1gEawardEdinburg King giEaward Edward EdwardEdinburg I IEdlnburg
Edinburg Scotland Scotand Sept IS ISThe ISTheCtete 18Thegieatest The Thegreatest
greatest Ctete t muster of Scotland Scotand under arms armssince armssince armssince
since the battle bte of f Flodden FlOden field feld was wasreviewed wasrtiewed wasreviewed
reviewed rtiewed by King Edward here today todayThe toda todaTe todayThe
The Te king kinA arrived arrived r he Scottish Scottsh cap capital capIal capItal ¬
ital Ial this morning 1 proceeded proceeed to toHoiyrood toHolnoo toHoiyrootl
Hoiyrood Holnoo palace plce whence attended atended by bythe bythe bythe
the Duke of Connaught and a brilliant brilliantstuff briiant briiantstf brilliantstff
stuff stf h be rode Je to the parade lrde ground In InKings InKln InKings
Kings Kln 1 park pak where whel nearly 40000 4000 Scotch Scotchvoluntees Scotcholunte Scotchvoluntees
voluntees olunte marched J past pt his majesty majestyEnormous majety majetyElonnoui majestyEnormous
Enormous Elonnoui numbers of visitors vlfHors from all allparts al allparts
parts prts of 01 Scotland Sctand and fnd the north of ofEngland ofEngland ofEngland
England witnessed wined the review which is isexpected Isexpected I
expected expcte to assist in counteracting counterctins the theextreme theextree theextreme
extreme extree irritation irltlton felt In volunteer cir circles cr crcle cirdes ¬
cles cle des over recent Jeent worrying regulations regulationsof regulatons regulatonso
of o the war office officeDuring ofc ofcDuring ouilceDuring
During the march past pst Sir Thomas ThomasLipton ThomasJlpton ThomasLIpton
Lipton who wh b I Is honorary honorr colonel of the theSecond theSond theSecond
Second Sond Lancashire engineers was WfS lead leadIng led ledin loadlag
lag in his hl regiment regment past the king when whenhis whenI whenhis
his I horse hor threw him and Sir Thomas Thomaswas Thomfs ThomfsWai Thomaswas
was Wai kicked kicke in the face His injuries injuriesare
are not serious seriousSir seriousSir rlus rlusSir
Sir Thomas Thos injuries consisted of a acut acut acut
cut mouth Jouth and bruised bruis arm He was wasunseated wasute wasunseated
unseated ute oWing to a sudden swerve of ofhis ofhiM ofhIs
his horse JOre although he is a good rider riderThe riderThe riderThe
The king sent an equerry eluerry to Sir Thom Thomas ¬
as a hotel boel to inquire about abut his condition conditionBIG cundlton conditionBIG
Storm Wrecks Hingling Rilglng Circus CicusTwo CircusTwo CircusTwoHen Two TwoMen II II1Ien
Men 1Ien Fatally Fataly Injured InjuredMany InjuredManyOthers Many ManyOthers
Others Hurt HurtMarysville Hurt HurtMsrysvilI
Marysville MrysI Mo Sept Spt IS 1The 18The The big bigtent bigtent bigtent
tent of Ringitng RlnBtng Brothers circus col collapsed col1pl eellapsed ¬
1pl lapsed here this lli afternoon afnoon Two men menw menwe menwereprobably
w we wereprobably re probably prblb fatally Injured Injure live fve s sari sarisusly ri riausly
ausly 11 hurt and ad more mre than two score acoreothers Bcoreoten scoreethers
others oten bl bruised and trampled trnpl on onThe Of OfThe onThe
The Injured InjuredChartes InjuredChr injuredCharles
Charles Chr Robinson Robhl n son ln of H E Rob Robinson Roblusl RobInsen ¬
inson lusl of the Maryvllle lasle Tribune prob probably probably probably ¬
ably fatally talU hurt by a falling taUng pole poleEdward poleEdward poleEdward
Edward Booth BOJ farmer back bck broken brokenwill brokenwi brokenwill
will wi die dieMrs dieMrs
Mrs 1 r Booth Both leg broken brokenJ brken brkenJ
J E ii Orme Ore arm broken brokenMrs broken brokenIr brokenMrs
Mrs Ir John Kane arm dislocated disloote in internally intenul IntertlIy ¬
ternally tenul Injuiftd InjuiftdMis I1JUl thjuuetlMis t
Mis MJ S Thomas Clark Clrk two ribs broken brokenThe brken brkenThe brokenThe
The wind had hd blown a t gale all ul day dayand dayand dayand
and when there Oore were wer 10 060 0 people as assembled asHtlle assembled ¬
Htlle sembled in the tent witnessing w1n0ln the per performance performance performance ¬
formance an extra exlr strong lronc gust raised raisedthe mlse raisedthe
the th enormous ermoul canvass cvus high hih enough to toIC tolift j jHft
lift IC all the poles ple and supports support from fromtheir fromteir fromtheIr
their teir position plUoa and the whole hole mass r8 fell fellupon feUupn fellupon
upon upn the audience Mu lence show people PCpl and andanimals andwhnala andanimals
animals whnala All Al made a wild wid effort efurt to es escape eilore escare ¬
cape ore The show will wi be delayed dela ed here hereseveral hor hereseveral
several days da muktrg maklrg repairs repairsMEN r repairsMEN palrs palrsC
OFFi i
Titus Sept SP IS 1SGerwlal 18General General Sirinkln Slrhlkln Slrhlklncommander SirlukIncommander j jcommander
commander of the troops here today todayreceived tada todayrcetved
received r elve a telegram from frm the officIals ofliuialsof I
of the th copper coppr works worls at Elizabeth Elzabethpol Elizabethpol pol re requesting i iqnertlng
questing qnetn him to rend r nd cossacks C08C to that thatdistrict thatdlstrct
district The telegram tel ga says y that th t the thedistrict thetSuict thedistrict
district tSuict to I surrendered aurender l by hands of Tar Tartars Tartars rartan ¬
tars and that t1at property propIly and nc the lives livesof Ive livesof
of the employers Irnployn are In imminent dun dangar dungoi
gar = 01
garFive Five wagons w ola filled fie with wih Armenian Armenianrefugees Armenianrefugees Senlunrfuge
refugees rfuge from Shush Shulha were attacked atUCked by byTartars byTatr byTartars
Tartars Tatr Most i10 of the refugees rltuee were werokilled werukle werekilled
kle killed and women were carried off offSimilar ortShnUar oftSimilar
Similar outrages oulr are occurring ocurring in va various various 1 ¬
rious rus districts districtsCONFESSED dhtrlct districtsCONFESSED
Toledo Toho 0 Sept IS lSVllatHun1cr lSVllatHun1cralco 18William William Hunter Hunterarrceted HunteragreMed
arrceted alco in D Itrolt Detroit troit on his ii honeymoon honeymoonfor hone oon oonlr
lr for alleged alee complicity mlUclY ta n the Denver Denveralfction DenvorUon DeiiverelicUon
alfction Uon ivaurfs tut trau was w brought boght here hee today todayO tQtll tQtllo
O tile char ehttte of dsfrauding datr udht a 8 hotel hoteli hotellnU hoteltnisl
i lnU lifilar has confessed faed to forging chocks chocksOf Chauk
qn Of Ws hI father tat1fr u i prominent busIiiesolin business bUlllo
nn olin I
AND FLOODS COME COMEMississippiEiver COMEMississippi COMEMississippiItivcr
MississippiEiver Mississippi River Rises Ten Feet in inPast inFast inPast
Past TwentyPour TWentFour Hours HoursMISSOURI HoursMISSOURI HoursMISSOURI
HICAGO Sept 18 18caUter Weather condi condlI conditons conditlons
CHICAGO C I tlons tons and goneral forecast forecastThe forecastThe forecastThe
The storm st rm is now centered in innorthern innorthern innorthern
northern Kansas while the area of ofrainfall ofrainfal ofrainfall
rainfall rainfal has his covered the greater por portion porton portion ¬
tion ton of the country cuntr from the Rocky Rockymountains Rockmountins Rockymountains
mountains mountins eastward Heavy rains rainshave rins rinsha raInshave
have ha ve been reported In several places placesand placesand placesand
and they have usually usuaUybeen been accom accompanied accompanied accompunied ¬
panied by thunderstorms The indica indications Indicatons indications ¬
tions tons are that the storm will 1 continue continueits contnue contnueis
its is movement eastward accompanied accompaniedby
by showers shower and severe thunder storms stormsin
in the central centrl valleys valeys and upper U11or lake lakeregion lllkeregion lakeregion
region regionALMOST regionALMOST regionALMOST
Ten Inches of ofWatcr Water Hal Ha Fallen Falen In InSeventeen inSeventeen inSeventeen
Seventeen Days at Kansas City CityKansas CityI CityKansas
Kansas I ansas City Cir Sept IS lSRaln Raln has fal fallen fallen fallen ¬
len in Kansas City Cit and vicinity every everyday everyda everyday
day da excepting exceptng one in September with AVitha
a total downfall downfal to date of ten inches inchesIn
In seventeen days and today there was wasno wasiuo
no prospects of immediate cessation cessationPractically ceaton ceesationPractically I
Practically Prctcal the same sme conditions conditons have haveprevailed haveprevailed
prevailed prevaied throughout western Missouri MissouriespeciallyIn Missouriespecialy Missouriespecially
especiallyIn especialy especially In the northwestern north western corner cornerof cornerof co1nerof
of the state and1 nd In a portion porton portionof of east eastern eastera ¬
ern and central Kansas As a I result resultall resul resultall
all al streams In this part of the country countrycontinue countrycontinue
continue contnue to rise and railway ralwa traffic trllfc is labecoming isbecoming
becoming beeomlns demoralized demoaUzed becauHc of nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous washouts washoutsAfter washoulsAfer wasboutsAfter
After Afer rising steadily steadiy all last wecl wecland wed wedand
and then becoming stationary st tomlr on Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day the Kaw river river at Kansas City CI be began begn began ¬
gan gn again today to come up No dan danger danger danger ¬
ger Is anticipated antclpatec at this point how however howoer howevet ¬
ever as the Missouri fssourl river Is low and is iscarrying iscrrying iScarryIng
carrying crrying off of the excess water from the theKaw theKaw theKaw
Kaw The he trouble being experienced experiencedby
by the railways ralwas is from washouts wa hout prin principally prlnclpal principaily ¬
cipally clpal r in the vicinity vlclnlt of Carrollton CarrolltonMarshall Carolon CarolonIalshal CarrollionMarshall
Marshall Ialshal and Sodalla SodallaAt Sedala SedalaAt
At Kansas City since yesterday esterdo an aninch aninlh aninch
inch inlh and a half of rain fell while whie at atWichita atWichita atWichita
Wichita Kan the precipitation precipitationamounted precipiaton precipiatonamounted precipitationamounted
amounted to 3H 31 inches inchesTurkey inchesTurkey inchesTurkey
Turkey creek which flows through throughKosedale throughrosedalo throughPosedale
Kosedale rosedalo just across Icross the line In Kan Kansas Kanss Kansas ¬
ss sas on the southwest is on a rampage rampageand ram rampageand e eand
and many man floor people p pe along its Jti banks bankswere bankswere bankswere
were forced force to move out today todayTEN todayTEN todayTEN
Father of Waters Rising Rapidly In InVicinity InVicinity InVicinity
Vicinity of St Louis LouisSt
St Louis IQul Sept SOt 18 IBIea 18Heavy Heavy rains and andswolleotributaro andsvolleuttributario I
swolleotributaro slolenrlbutalo have caused cau a rise riseotOver riseofOver
otOver ot Ovel ten feet In the Mls lH Mississippi Jis ls ippi llpi river riverduring rier rierduring rivetduring
during during the past pst twentyfour twentyfoU hours Iour and andresulted andreulted andresulted
resulted reulted in damage along Llong the St Louis Louisriver Louisriver
river front amounting alountng to many thous thousands thousands thousands ¬ I
ands of dollars dolnrs A vast lst amount of pro produce produce ¬
duce and other shipping property along alongthe alonS alongthe
the levee is still atJ in danger The river riverstage r riverstage er erstaJe
stage this forenoon had reached reathed 2307 2307feet 2 2307feet 07 I
feet a sudden rise rla of 100K 100 feet in twen twentyfour twel twentyfour ¬
tyfour hours The danger line lne is thir thirtyfive thirtyfve thirtyfive
tyfive tyfve feet The water is gradually gradualY graduallycreeping I Icreeping Icrfepng
creeping crfepng up and it is predicted that by b bynightfall i inightfall jnightfal
nightfall nightfal the guage gUlge will show a stage stageof stageof stageof
of twentyeight feet feetProduce feetProduce I
Produce Plodule houses housC and grain grin and cotton cottonfirms cottonfrms cottonfirms
firms frms having consignments stored along j I
the levee hastily hasty organized gangs of la laborers ll haborets I
borers and endeavored to save sve their theirproperty theIrproperty I Iplopertr
property from being beln swept away aWfy but butthe i ithe i
the suddenness suddennea of the freshet frc h8t inter interfered Iner Interfered
fered to a considerable extent Thous Thousands Thousands I Iands Ii Iifeled
ands of barrels of apples apple bales bale of hay haysacks ha haysacks t tscks
sacks scks of grain grin bales hlles of cotton cottn and in inone inone j
one instance 76000 7000 feet of lumber wereswept were wereswept wereswept
swept away awu Men llen worked breast deep
In the thE flood food intercepting Interceptng floating floatng mer merchandise merchandise mnerchandise ¬
chandise and a fleet teet of skiffs skifs manned
by men with wih boathooks assisted aslstid in the thesalvage thesalvage thesalvage
salvage work workSix workSix
Six city cit garbage garba e boats bofts moored along I
the river front are in danger of being
swampedhls swampedThis swamped swampedThis
This hls marks the quickest quicket rise in the therivers theriers therivers
rivers stage since that of eleven years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago when the river rose fourteen feet
in one night nightKAW nightI
Trouble Seems to Be Over at Topeka TopekaKansas TopekaKansas I IKansas
Kansas KansasTopeka J JTopeka
Topeka Kas Sept IS ISThe The Kaw Ka w has j
fallen falen a half foot fot since Sunday morn mOn ¬
ing Last Lat nlghCs rain rin was but W f of ofan ofan ofan
an inch Soldier Soldl r creek which did much i
damage in North Topeka Topkl Saturday Saturay is iswithin I Iwithin
within wihin banks again againTho againThe galnTho
Tho Union Pacific Pacifc track trck is clear r from
Topeka TOJka west and east C Light c trains tins run j
to the Perr
Perry washout There
wahout passen passengers pasen pasengers passengers
gers detour the space and take another I
train trin to Kansas KalSS City Clt The heavy Ila
through trains are using the th Atchison
Topeka Santa Sfnta Fe Fetracks tracks between this thijscity thiscity
city cll and Kansas City CityThe CI CityThe tlj
The Rock Island officials report their I
TopekaSt TopelcSt Joseph Josph lines Hne in running con ¬
diLlon dton today but are still stl sending ndlng I Ithrough
through trains between Topeka and
Kansas KfnSaf City over the Santa Fe road
The Santa Sfnta Fe officials otclals report reprt a 1 clear
line lne west from Kansas City Cf over the themain themain themaIn
main line and the
Ottawa cutoff
lne Ottwa save savesome savesome savesome
some trouble troubleinthie In the Kansas
Kanss City yards yardsMANY yardsMANY rds rdsMANY
Missouri River Out of Its Is Bpnks Binks at atJefferson atJefferson I
> Jefferson City CityJefferson CityJfffErson CityJeff
Jefferson JfffErson Jeff rson City CI Mo 10 Sept S pt U 1The lThe lTheMitsotiii The TheMissouri
Missouri river is il rising rapidly here hereand hec hecand hereand I
and darktown inhabitants
dalktown are mov moving movlag ¬
ing from the lower part of the city f
to higher ground rolnd The flood is I wash washins washJag
ins in through thft tlf Callaway Calaway county bot bottoms bottoms bottorns ¬
toms across lcross the river rivet from rQIU here and andfarmers andfarmers andfarmers
farmers have ben driven from their theirhomes theh theirhomes
homes home The rht farm of one man named namedLHUX namedL namedLtux
LHUX L < ux Is Ii under sixteen feet of water waterThe waterrhe waterThe
The recent roent torrential torron1al rains rinI supple supplein supplemnted
in mnted n nted ted by back water from the river riverput riverput riverput
put the small 8mal streams tremS out of Q their theirbanks theirbonIH theirbunks
banks The Tanner bridge a steel steelstructure steelstructure steelstructure
structure spanning Bnumlng the tht Moroau river riverhas riverhos riverhas
hos has been swept away oa and the Green Greenberry Oreenb Greenbrrry
berry b rry bridge also 1150 spanning pannllS the Mor Moreau Ior Iorcu rordin
eau cu Is In Imminent danger of going goingWISCONSIN goingout
01 out
Telegraph Wires Down and No Trains TrainsRunning TrainsRunning TrainsRunning
Running Into Madison MadisonMadison MadisonlIdlson MadisonMadison
Madison lIdlson Wit It Sept is 18000 Ono of the thsworst theworst theworst
worst floods C00d that has ever been bflm ex exnerlaneod exparhmcod oxitorioneod
nerlaneod here Is raging raglnS now The Th Ver Verdigris Vcrt Vertiigrio ¬
digris t ia has overflowed oV ovrIowod lowod its is banks and andlialf andImif I IhnI
lialf hnI ter the city of otfJQd fIadIeon ladison Ifo n is under uJ or wa water Watsr ¬
terGroAt tETGrQt GroAt GrQt difficulty dlfc l l3exprIencQd I p rl ncod by byhundreds byl1undrcds byhundreds
hundreds of people In getting gettnG from trm
To O Oii
0 271e 271eI
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The Sweet SOIW Sorrow of Parting Fatn
Council Counci Takes Action Acton on 150000 150000Union l5OjOOOUnion I IUnion
Union Structure StructureDEPOT Stcture StctureDEPOT StructureDEPOT
F I LASS foe ro the deflot donLiDQyemcnto donLiDQyemcntothe iwBtQYementsof iwBtQYementsofthe
P I the Oregon Oroion Short Line railroad rlNd 4n 4nSalt InSalt n nSalt
Salt Lake to be b used uB by b the Stidrt ShtfrtLiiio StidrtLhio StidrtLine
Liiio and the Salt Lake Jiouta Rout iv we f b bfqrc be befqrc
fqrc rc tb tbq tu cib city lt a dpuecll cuDeU la Je iait t t niKtit ulK wer on n nordlaittc n an anordinaries n nordlskmen J
ordlaittc ordinaries itroTin approving the companys compn ptaraT ptaraTfor piei pieifor
for its viaduct I duct on North Xorth Temple Terle street streetTho Htre streetThe
The ordinance introduced mtroduce by b Councilman CouncilmanThonjaa Counciman CouncimanTholas CouncilmatiThonns
Thonjaa Tholas Holiday Hobda and approved approve by the city cityengineer citymg cityengiiueer
engineer < eer was parted paied unanimously unanlmouil under undersuspension undersUlpenslon undersuspension
mg rules rulesThe rulesThe
suspension sUlpenslon of rule I IThe
The viaduct will wi be the greatest Iroatelt work workof workof
of the kind in the west and will wi be b com completed complete cornpieted ¬
pleted plete at n cost of about abut JlaeOOO 1w It I will willbe wi willbe
be built buit of steel and will wi extend about
1 1200 00 feet on North Temple street stret from fromThird frm frmThird fromThird
almost to toFifth tolilfh toFifth
Third West Vet street westward wetward
Fifth lilfh West est street The he viaduct will wi have havea
a fdotbridze f tbride six and onehalf feet in inwidth Inwidth InWidth
width supported sUPltrted outside the frame trlme work workThu workThe workThe
The main portion porton will wi be twentyfour feet feetIn fee feetIn I IIn
In width in the clear and will wi carry crry a adouble adouble adouble
double street car track and d a carriage carriagetrack carriagettll carriagetrack
track ttll A guard rail rai abqut abut four feet feetin ffe feetin
in height will ill extend the lencth lenith of the thestructure thestructure I Istructure
structure on each side and a I third guard guardrail guardrail uard I
rail ri will wi separate separte the footway fotway from the theportion theporton theportion
portion provided for vehicles Long and andeasy andeasy
porton rohed
easy ey approaches aproache will wi be built bui stairways stairwayswill stairwayswi staIrwayswill I
will be placed at suitable suiable intervals Interals and andelectric andeleCtrlc andelectric
electric lights on ornamental iron poles poleswill poleswill
lghts ple
will be placed on the structure The via visduct viaduct vieduct
duct wi will be twentytwo feet high and andwill andwi andili
will ili carry wil traffic over all the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short wi Lines tracks trcks in that neighborhood neighborhoodWork neighborhoodVork neighborhoodWork
Work is to be beun soon soonA soonA soonA
A footbridze one block blok in length len = th will willbe wi willbe
be built bui on South Temple from Third ThirdWest Thirdest Thirdrest
West rest est to Fourth Vest WestDepot VestDepot VestDepot
Depot to Cost 300000 3OO000The 300000The 300000The
The plans on exhibition ehIbiton at the council councilchamber cunci councilchamber
chamber last night give a good Idea Ido of ofJho ofho ofho
Jho ho general plan of the groat Improve Improvements Improements improvements ¬
ments to be made by the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line and the Salt Lake Route in Suit SuitLake SuItLflce SaltLake
Lake Lflce Tho depot to be erected erete at a cost costof eostoC costof
of 900000 0 will wi be the largest larget and best beatbuilding bestbuldin bestbuilding
building buldin of the kind In the mountain re region reclan region ¬
gion easily esl surpassing surpasing the depot dept struc structures structure structures ¬
tures ture of Denver and Ogden Ogd n It I will wi have havea
a frontage of 225 feet across South Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple street on Third West street stret and will willbe wi willbe
be two stories in height with a tower and andclock Rndcock andclock
clock cock The building buiding will wi be constructed constructedof
of brick und stone stoneProminent stoneProminent stoneProminent
Prominent among the adjuncts to It will willbe wi willbe
be a large lnrge passenger train trin shed she with withglass wih wihInss withglass
glass Inss roof and covered platforms The Theneighborhood Timeneighborhood te tenel
neighborhood nel hborhood of the building buiding will wi be boparked beparked beparked
parked with wih shade trees flowers fowers and andlawn aadlawn andlawii
lawn Two magnificat magnlfcnt ornamental foun fountains fountalns fountains ¬
tains one on either side of the main mainentrance mainentrance i intrance
entrance will wi mark the approach to the thedepot thedept thedepot
depot A high fence will wi separate the thefreight thefrcight timefreight
freight yards ards from th thp thq < j passenger yards yardsthus yardsthus yardstitus
thus minimizing the danger to passen passengers psen psengers passengem ¬
gers gerstheir gerstheir gemtheir
their homes but It i is not known at this thistime tis tistme thistime
time tme whether or not any an lives lve are lost lostMany lostany lostMany
Many any of the telegraph lelegrph tel graph wires wire are down downand downand downand
and there are no trains into the city as asthe asthe
the water covers the Santa Fe tracks tracksto
to a depth of six sJx fee feeThree feer feerThree feef feefThree
Three Inches of Water WaterLawrence WaterLwronce WaterLawrenCe
Lawrence Lwronce Kas Sept Sept 18 lSNerly lSNerlythrze 18Nearly 18Nearlythree Ne rly rlythree
three inches of rain rin fell fel here last night nightand nightand nightand
and it continued contnued to rain rln today todu The TheKaw TheKaw TheKaw
Kaw river hero rose steadily steadiy during the thenight thenight thenight
night and it i still sti rising causing cusing fur further further Ut Utthor ¬
ther damage to railroad rairoad and other prop1 prop1erty prop proporty property
erty in tho lowlands lowlandsLowlands lowlandsLowlands IovhandsLowlands
Lowlands Flooded FloodedOttawa Flooded FloodedOttawa j jOtawa
Ottawa Otawa Kas Sept 18 18Throe Throe inches inchesof inche
of water ftll In this vicinitylast vicinity last night nightand nightand nightand I
and following folowing the tremendous down downpour downpOur downpour ¬
pour of last week caused the Maria des desCygnes dOBCygnes desCygnes
Cygnes here and above to rise rapidly rpldJ rapidlyflooding j
flooding the lowlands lowlandsONEARMED owlands owlandsONEARMED
Wichita Inn Sent 18 18A iA A special pecal to the theEagle theEagle theEagle
Eagle from AnftdarTco Anfdnr An udutrio w akIn atates tnt that thattwo thattwo thattwo
two men were killed lted and a third thlri dan dangerously dn dnccroutly dungerously ¬
gerously ccroutly wounded woun ed at Eagle a small smalltown amal snitilltowil
town near there yesterday fst rduy The he wounded woundedman woundtd woundtdman woundedman
man Is a onearmed Mexican named numt Bone RoneGonznlcs RonQGonzales BoneGonzales
Gonzales Ills JIs story Is that the two man manwho Jual menvhio
who wore strangers strauger came to his homo homoand homeand lmu lmunnd I
and asked for work work Vhen told there therewas thorpWt therewas
was Wt no work they demanded derunded food and andshelter nndthclcr andshelter
shelter thclcr A fight ensued in which pocket pocketknives locketImlvcs pocketknIves
knives and a big bowic knife were used usedOno usll usllOno useilOne
Ono of tho strangers stranger was WlS killed kied outright outrightwith outrightwith outrightwith
with u u stab in the heart heartTRAGEDY hert hertTRAGEDY heartTRAGEDY I
Butte Bute Mont Mont Sept 1H I8TQPJIP 18TQpiap TQpiap Seu Seuponer Saup eu euponer
poner p ner aged 45 4 years a miner shot shothis shothiswife his hiswife hiswlo
wife wlo five fve times and cut cut his own omv throat throatsevering Utroatscvorlng throatsevering
severing the head in thel their b qOlrdh1S Iouding Ioudinghouse apdins apdinshouse
house houae here this morning TJi Tg woman vyonianwilllive womlloH womanwill
willlive will H hive ho Jealousy is 15suPpq1MJtOb 15suPpq1MJtObthe supposed suppq to ba bathe bethe
the cause cuse V 1 V V l
New York Sept 18 ISPaul Paul Morton president of the Equitable Life LifeInsurance LifeInsurancc LifeInsurance
Insurance society socet said today that hereafter hereafer the Equitable Equiable society socety will willrefuse wi willrefuse
refuse to contribute to political policlll campaign campign funds fundsMr tundsr fundsMr
Mr r Morton orton was WIS asked if I the contributions contributons of the New York Life LifeInsurance Lie LieInsurnce LIfeInsurance
Insurance Insurnce company to the McKinley McKlnlc and Roosevelt Roo evolt campaign cmpaign funds had hadbeen hadbeen
been equalled equaled by b that of the Equitable EquitableAs
As to that he answered I cannot say s I am only concerned with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the future of the Equitable not with wih its It past pastWill pst pstWi pastwill
Will Wi It I be the Dolicy of the Equitable in the future he was wasagked wasaske wasasked
asked aske 4Uo 4 to defray defr part of the campaign campign expenses of presidential preidental candi candidates candlateor candialates ¬
dates ateor or other seekers for public pUblc office officeNot ofce ofceNot officeNot
Not any more replied repled Mr 1r Morton MortonPACKERS MortonPACKERS MortornPACKERS
Pleas in Statement Filed in Behalf of Armour Swift Swit Cudahy Cudahyet
et I al aINo I No O An Answer is Made to the Ch Charge ChargeV Chargeoi rge
V otCbnspjracy oi Conspjraoy p r
i HICAGO Sept IS IBy 1By By pfdas pl s in ini inabatement
CHICAGO 1 i abatement attorneys at torne Sleluo representing representingthe on tng tngthe
the seventeen seventoe packers and other otherpersons otherporsons etherpersons
persons indicted by b the federal fedeal grand grandjury grandjury grandjury
jury on charges of conspiring In a trust trustto
to monopolize monoolze the meat Industry indu8tr at attacked attcked attqeked ¬
tacked the position of o the government governmenttoday goverJ1menttOday governmenttoday
today The attack was made against againstthe aglinst aglinstthe
the impaneling impanelns of the jury alleged aleged im improper Impr impromer ¬
proper pr Jer service servi e of a a summons on John JohnMurray Johnurrll JohnMurray
Murray urrll one of the jurors unlawful unlawfulsecrecy unlawfulsecrecy
secrecy secrec at the tht time tme the jury jur was drawn drawnfrom drwn drwnfrom drawnfrom
from the box unlawful presence of 01 a astenographer astenographer astenographer
stenographer in the jury room during
the hearing hering and the subsequent writing writingof writng writngof
of the shorthand notes noti thatthe indict indictment Indictment indictmacnt ¬
ment was as returned retured in the eastern caster di division < i iviion 1vision ¬
vision viion of Illinois Iinois although II the jury jurywhich jurywhich jurywhich
which found the indictment was sitting sittingin siting sitingthe
in the northern district The plea was wasfiled wasmo vastiled
filed mo late 10 te this afternoon a ernoon with wih District DistrictAttorney DistrictAtorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Atorney Morrison after afer an allday alda con conference cont conference ¬
ference t renc between John S Miller 1lel general generalcounsel gencralcounsl generaleounsel
counsel counsl for the packers and a number numberof
of associate asoiate counsel couns 1 in the case There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were no court proceedings and the plea pleahas pleahas pleahas
has not yet been properly filed fled with the theclerk theclerk theclerk
clerk of o the district d trlct court but this will willbe wi willbe
be done tomorrow morning moring
James A Boyd of the Public Publc Health Healh and Marine Hospital HospitalService Hospial HospialService HospitalService
Service Under Arrest for the Embezzlement Embezzlementof
of a Large Sum
I Al 11ASHINGTOX Sept IS ISJames James A ABoyd ABod Avy
WASHINGTON vy Boyd a clerk in the public publc health healthand healh healhand healthand
and marine hospital service was wasarrested WIS wasarrested
arrested today toda on a warrant warrnt sworn out outby outb outby
by b Chief Clerk W v P Worcester of a that thatoffice thatofce thatoffice
office ofce charging him with wih embezzlement embezzlementThe
The disco dIscovery very of facts leading lead Ins to the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge was made last Thursday in inBoyds inBoyds inBoyds
Boyds absence absenc and the amount ab abstracted abstracted abstracted ¬
stracted will wH according to Boyds own ownconfession ownconfcswon ownconfession
confession reach not less les than 20000 20000How 20000How 20000How
How He Worked It ItIt ItU Itit
It was wa Boyds duty to prepare bills billsfor bis bistor billsfor
for the the approval of the surgeon general generaland genclIand generaland
and when checks were signed they were weredelivered wercdelvered weredelivered
delivered delvered to him to be mailed mi I ad to the thepersons thepersons thepersons
persons for whom they were intended intendedIt IntendedI
It I is charged that he manipulated the thebills thebis thebills
bills bis by erasing ersing the dates dato and amounts amountsof amount
of t duplicates duplcatls left leC in the office and that thathe thllthe thathe
he secured scured the money on the checks by byendorsing byendorsing byendorsing
endorsing on them the names of the thefirms theIrms thefirms
firms to which they were issued issuedThe issuedThe issuedThe
The alleged aleged defalcation deflllcaton has been in inprogress inogtess inprogress
progress ogtess for the past three years year but butBoyd butBod butsuspected
Boyd was not suspected until a recent
Illness Uness compelled compeled him to be absent abont and andmade andmade andmade
made it necessary for someone else to toassume toIsume toassume
assume Isume his duties dutes When his desk was wasopened wasopened wasopened
opened si I number of suspicious docu documents documents documeats ¬
ments were weie found This discovery dlscQver led ledto ledI ledto
to an investigation Investgton by Surgeon General GeneralWyman GenerlllV GeneralWyman
I Wyman V man and Chief Clerk Worcester Worcesterwith Worcesterwith Worcesterwith
with the result that the case was placed placedIn pla ed edIn
In the hands of the secret service op operativeswho operB uperatlves ¬
erativeswho erB eratlves t who made the arrest arest Property Propertybelonging Propeltybelonging Propertybelongng
belonging to Boyd valued at about aboutSQOO
SQOO 00 has been seized seizedFond selzodFond seizedFond
Fond of Automobiling AutomobilingBoyd Automobiing AutomobiingBoyd
Boyd has been been in the public health healthservice healthservice healthservice
service for about twelve years and andwas andwai andwas
was wai appointed from Vest Chester coun county county county ¬
ty New York He was as well wel known knownabout knownabout knownabout
about town and especially espe al because beCuse of ofhis 01 ofbig
his hi fondness for automobiling Corautomoblng He was wasdrawing wasdrwing wasdrawing
drawing drwing a salary of 01800 1800 a year yearHis yearHis yearHis
His family famiy is said to be traveling travelng in inEurope inEurope inEurope
Europe EuropeWhen EuropeVben EuropeWhen
When taken before United Unied States StatesCommissioner StatesCommissioner StatesCommissioner
Commissioner Tayjor ll or Boyd waived a ahearing ahearing ahearing
hearing and and was held hele in 10000 bail bailBoyd bal ballBoyd
Boyd was later released rollascd relcas d a guaranty guarantycompany guarantycompany
company going on his bond
Sliainqkin Pu Sept S pt IS aPreident tSPresidont President John JohnMUchaUof John1ch JohnMltcii1of
MUchaUof 1ch of the United Mine lne Workers of ofAmerica ofAmerica I
America announced anJounced toflay to < ay that tht the con convention eonvntion ¬
vention v lon of mine workers of tho three threeanthracie threeanthracite i ianthracite
anthracite anthracie districts district at which demands demandswould demandswould dernaiidswould
would be formulated formulate to bo 10 presented to tothe tothe totime
the anthracite anhracie coal companies companlC next spring springwill springwIll I Iwl
will wl be held here on Doc 11 1 The he mine mineworkers mineworkers
workers of the three districts district will wi shortly shortlyclect shorty slmortlyelect
elect delegates deegntps to represent them at the themeeting themeetng timemeeting I
meeting meetng The decision to hold a conven convention conventon convention ¬
tion ton to formulate demands mands Is similar simiar to tothe tothe
the action ncton taken before the great grtat strike strikeof strikeat strikeof
of 1902 19 190 when a convention cOJvcntlm was held here hereto hereto hereto I
to demand deand Increases IncreasesThe IncreasesThe increasesThe
The award of the anthracite anthracie coal com comIDAHO comIDAHO cornIDAHO
Met Highwayman Highwayan on lonely Moun Mountain Mou Hountam ¬
tain tam Eoad RoadLost Lost Her Watch WatchBut WatchBut
But Saved Pocketbook PocketbookSiicclalto FocketbookSnelalto PocketbookSimecial
Siicclalto Snelalto Simecial to The he Herald UeraldBoise Herld Heraldliaise
Boise Ida Sept IS 18Mr 18Mrs Mrs Laali of Ling LingVulloy LiiigValley
Valley Valoy waa wn5 held up by a highwayman on ona ona ona
a trip tfI on ot the road about seventyfive seventyfivemiley seentfve seventyfiveziiiles
miley ml from Boise lust lust week She is a fine fineahcsewoman fne fIneohutiwoinan
ahcsewoman oht1 WQman and often oftn drives a f spirited spiritedtsant soldted sjtrItedteanm
t tsant in botween her bel homo and the capital capitalSh cpItal capitalSlum I
Sh Slut was returning from rr1m Boise when the theholdup thef theholdUI
holdup occurred Mrs llr Lash Lh had very veryllitl vonl verylittle
l little tll mono and an the highwayman htshwuynal took tooklipr tookii
lipr h r watch She pleaded 1le ed with him that thatit thatwal
it was a k0psfke koansoke and contained a t plc plcturthof pIc plcture9fimei
turthof tJr ture9fimei wal her fnther rter which she elm he cherlalwcj clerlsluu clerlsluuOJted cherisiustito
OJted to remove tho pIcture picture but
mission milion will wJ expire March 31 a next year yearPresident yearPresident ear earPresident
President Mitchell ltchel bins his been In the an anthracite anthrcite antitracite ¬
thracite thrcite coal cal region for or the last two twomonths twomonth twomonths
months holding holdln meetings meetn s every evcr day da for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of strengthening the union
After Afer the 1902 192 strike strlt there was a con considerable considerble considerable ¬
siderable siderble falling faing off of In membership memberhip As Asa Asa
a result reul of the campaign the miners minersleader minersleader minersleader
leader is waging many of those who whodropped whodropped whmodropped
dropped out of the union arc returning
Among the demands that tlat the union will willprobably wi villprobably
probably formulate are an eighthour eighthourworkday eighthourworluuy eighthourworkday
workday for all al classes class of mine workers workersrecognition workersreQglton workersrecognition
recognition reQglton of the union and a yearly yearlyagreement yearlyagreement carlyagreement
agreement with the coal companies simir simirlar slmirlar simirmr
lar to the oho existing olstng In some of the bi bltuminouH bituminous bituminous
tuminous coal cOli fields of the middle west westcarried wet wetc westcarried
carried c rrled the watch off of though returning
her pocketbook pocketboolC when ho hI found retuQlng it con contained contained contabued ¬
tained only onl 1EO The holdup occurred occurredon
on a lonely lonel mountain road far trom any anyhabitation anyhabitaton aimyhabitation
habitation habitaton It I is reported the same man manhold manhold manheld
hold up Ul another ll0ther woman some distance distancethtfc dlstancothl dIstancethia
thtfc thl side of the scone sconeot of his other exploit exploitand exploitand exploitand
and soveroly beat his victim Ictm but the thestory thestory thestory
story has hI not been verified verifiedPLEADED vcrled vcrledPLEADED verifiedPLEADED
Portland Portand Ore Sept IS ISC C S Smith Smithsheriff SmithsherJf Samithsheriff
sheriff sherJf of Crook county and Dr Van VanGesuner VanG6 VanGossner
Gesuner G6 < ner a defendant defendtnt In the Williamson WilliamsonGeaencrBlggg Wliamson WliamsonG WilliamsonOessticrBggs
G GeaencrBlggg crBJga case cse were arraigned before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the federal e 6rl court Curt today and asked to toplead tophmd topiosid
plead to an an indictment charging clJrgln them themwith themwln themwith
with wln paving 1avln 1 aviim tamnered with wit government governmentwitnesses gocrnmentwlne governmentwitnerses
witnesses wlne during tho tiz first flt and second secondtrials secondtrla secondtrIals
trials trla of the WllljamsonGcssnerBiggs WllljamsonGcssnerBiggscas
ca L The hemen men botlufialved both alved the reading rQlcUng rQlcUngof
of No I NfM VI lcd Q trlul d HltSli J I I
Naval Commander Pleads Not Guilty Guiltyto Guity Guityto
to All Al the Charges ChargesEXPERTS Chares CharesEXPERTS ChargesEXPERTS
M A ARE ISLAND ISLA OK Cl Sept Spt 18 1 1SThe 1STheI TH THYoung
I VI Young courtmartial courtmllrtal convened ctHee at
10 this morning Commander CommanderYoung Conmtne ConuninderYoung
Young Judge Gear his attorney Dtorue and andthe andthe andthe
the full ful board were ere present preent Naval NavalConstructor NavalConstructor NavalConstructor
Constructor Holden Evans was In the theroom t troom th throom
room and this gave gve rise to the th question questionof quetin quetinoC
of the exclusion e clu510n of naval exports oxporU After Mlerconsultng Afterconsulting Afterconsulting
consulting consultng the te naval rules rulelnd and regula regulationsRear regulationsRear ul ¬
tionsRear UoIsRear Admiral Glass GIIN decided deide th4t th4tConstructor UtConstructor ttConstructor
Constructor Evans must retire retre Th Thcharges Thcharges
charges and specifications ccifcatons were read readand red redand readand
and Commander Young pleaded plede not notguilty notgul notguilty
guilty gul to each of the six charges chargesLieutenant charles charlesLieutenant chargesLIeutenant
Lieutenant Yates ates of the Bennington Benningtoncalled Benningtoncaled Benningtoncalled
called caled as the first frst witness wine was wa not notpresent notpr notprtuaent
present pr ent so Ernest ErJ t E West the judge judgeadvocate jud judgeadvocate e eadvocate
advocate was called cllle and nnd deposed that thathe thathe thatlie
he was custodian of the logs 101 of the theBannlngton tbeBQnuln time3onuiimgton
Bannlngton BQnuln ton at Washington Vtshln ton D C CLogs CLogs CLogs
Logs Put Putin in Evidence EvidenceWest Evidenceost EvidenceWest
West ost produced them theI for the last days daysof dusof daysof
of the months of November NOcmbel and De December December Dccomber ¬
cember 1901 and said that for the first firstsix ftst ftstsix firstsix
six months of this year er the logs were werenot werenot werenot
not filled fned out under the signature sigature of ofCommander ofCommander ofCommamuder
Commander Lucien iuclen Young Judge Gear Gearobjected Gearobjected Gearobjected
objected as the logs were not produced producedhere produce producedlucre
here and he only had Wests Vet8 state statement Btatement statenuent ¬
ment to rely on Wests W ts statement was wassubstituted wassubstituted wassubstituted
substituted by the offering otering of the books booksas ooks ooksas
as a whole Gears objection objeton then was waswithdrawn waswihdrwn waswithdrawn
withdrawn wihdrwn West est was dismissed dismlsd as a awitness awInes avitness
witness wInes and warned by b Admiral Admirl Glass Glassnot Gla8 Glassnot
not to discuss discus the trial outside outtide He Hethen Hethon liethen
then resumed his scat sct as a judge advo advocate advocate advoeate ¬
Ensign Sahn on the Stand StandEnsign StandEnsign StandEnsign
Ensign Sahn of the Bennington was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the next witness winess He testified t tne that thatYoung thatYoung thatYoung
Young was in command of the Benning Bennington BenninJ Bennington ¬
ton from November Noembet 1904 1 > to July Jul 21
1905 with wih the exception lXopton of a brief ass suspension 8USlenslon assnension ¬
pension at Panama He said sid that on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 2 2 boiler boier B exploded explode being bing forced forcedaft fore forcedaft
aft af against the bulkhead bulihed between hetwen the thefore thefore thefore
fore and aft aC firerooms frerooms The he Benning Benningtons Benningtons Benningtops
tons hull hul books were produced produce and andIdentified andIdentfed andidentified
Identified Identfed by the witness wines and offered ofere in inevidence hievidence iiievidence
evidence Judge Gear objected objeted and andafter andafer andafter
after afer discussion discusion Rear Admiral Adnlral Glass Glassupheld Gass Gassupheld Glassupheld
upheld the objection objeton and the books were werenot werenot werenot
not produced urOuced in evidence evidenceEmil evidenceEmi evidenceEmil
Emil Emi Frederickson Freerickson the watertender watertenderof
of the Benningtons forward fireroom fireroomthe frerom freromthe fireroomthe
the next witness winess was sworn and the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court adjourned adjournedEmi adjournedEmil tl tlEmil
Emil Emi Frederickson Frederlckoh a water tender In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fir room on the Bennington was wason wason wason
on the stand at the commencement commencment of ofthe ofthe oftIme
the afternoon afernoon session salon He testified tetfie to tobeing tobeing tobeing
being aware a of the boiler bolel A C and D Dbeing DbelnS Dbeing
being belnS ovorhaultd ovcrhauld and repaired teIi red but did didnot didnot didnot
not know if boilerB boier Had been He also alsotestified alsotestfed alsotestified
testified testfed there was no routine routne In the theengineer theen timeeniineer
engineer en neer department by b which safety safetyvalves sfety sfetyvalvts safetyvalves
valves were lifted lifed once a a week w k when whennot whennot hen hennot
not under steam atcm On crossexamination crossexaminationthis
this tihs witness wines was proved ptOe to H Jive htte ve been beena ben bena
a deserter deerter at one time timeand and been ben con confined confned eonfined ¬
fined fned to the brig Captain Drake Drke as associate ass associate ¬
sociate s clate counsel coutsel for fO Commander Young Youngasked YoungasIted Youngasked
asked that Constructor Holden HoJen Evans Evansbe Evansbe Evansbe
be allowed alowed to assist Judge Gear and andhimself sndhimselC andhimeif i
himself The court decided to allow allowthis al allowthis 0 0this
Testimony Testmony of Machinist MachinistBoyd MachinistBoyd
Boyd Bo d King Seavey SOIO a machinist machinit of the thesecond theseond thesecond
second seond class on the Bennington Benington testi testified teU teUfled teatified ¬
fied that he h knew kne the lifting ltng gent ger lead leadIng leadIng leading
Ing to both decks deks to be out of order orderfrom Qder orderfrom
from November last till ti the time tme of the theexplosion theexplosion
explosion He knew of no routine routne work workrequiring Iorkrequiring workrequiring
requiring the safety sfet valves valve to be moved movedeach mov mmuovdeach d dtch
each tch week And while whie sentinel sentnel valves valveswere valve valveswere
were obsolete they had nothing to do dowith dowith doith
with ith the safety safet of the boilers boier as far as assome usome assome
some was concerned The safety sfety valves valveshad vaheshad valveslmad
had not been used except on boiler bolor C COn COn
On the trip from Honolulu to San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco the boiler hoier was ordered orered set set 130 130pounds 13 130pounds
pounds prtssure prtsure pr ssure by Commander Young Youngthrough Youngthrough Youngthrough
through Chief Machinist Wheeler WheelerChief WheelerChief VheelcrChief
Chief Machinist Mate Charles Wheel Wheeler Vlel Vleler ¬
er of the Bennington testified testifed that at atthe atthe atthe
the time tme of the explosion he h was on onthe onthe onthe
the after afer deck He had been told by byChief byChief byChief
Chief Machinist Clark to let the sen sentinel sentnel sentineh ¬
tinel tnel valves alone and had obeyed obe fd or orders orders ortiers ¬
ders He had seen the safety Sfet valves valvesof valve
of boilers boiersA A C and D overhauled Feb February February February ¬
ruary last when they the were in fairly fairlygood fairl fairlgood fairlgood
good condition conditon He set the valve on onboiler onboier onboiler I
boiler boier C at about 130 pounds between betweenHonolulu bte betweenHonolulu
Honolulu and San Diego DiegoBoiler DiegoBoier DiegoBoiler
Boiler Boier B Out of Repair RepairJohn RepairJohn RepairJoint I
John Q Hannon H nnon a water tender tmdet on onthe o onthe
the Bennington was the next n xt witness witnessHe wItne wItneHe Ite
He said sid that boiler bier B had been ben out of oforder oforder oforder I
order one year er and four months and an the theothers theothers th thothers
others had been ben repaired repire He never neversaw neversw neverSaw
saw sw Commander Comnlmder Young in the engine engineroom en enginemoorn lne lneroom
room but on 01 crossexamination admit admitted admitted admittel ¬
ted that the commander commlndel might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been there thte without wihout him seeing sng him himThe himThe himThe
The court adjourned adjoured till ti Tuesday Tuesdaymorning TUea TUeammnlng Tuesdayimmorning
morning morningANOTHER mmnlngANOTHER immorningANOTHER
Turkey Building Buiding New Fortifications Fortificationson Fortfcations Fortfcationson
on the Bosphorus BosphorusConstantinople BosphorusConstantnople BosphorusConstantinople
Constantnople Constantinople Sept 15 1Thestea 1Thestearogress 1SThe The steady steadyprogress steadyprogress I
progress of work on the new fortifica fortifications fotUfc fortlftcttions ¬
tions on the Bosphorus is causing causi fric friction fic ficton frictimu ¬
tion ton between the Russians Ruslaus and the theporte theporte theporte
porte The fortifications fortfcatons were hastily hastilycommenced hSIr hSIrcommenced hastilycommenced
commenced at the time tme of the mutiny mutinyon 1utn 1utnon
on the Russian Ruslun battleship bltte lp Kniaz Po Potemkine P Pcternkine
temkine tel1cine Turkey seizing upon upn this thi pre pretext pr protext ¬
text as a means mens of carrying crrying out a ascheme ascheme ascheme
scheme of fortifications fortlctons which she had hadlong hadI hadlong
long desired byt bt which had always alwaysbeen alaybeen alwaysbeeim
I been opposed by b Russia Rusa It is under understood understood understood ¬
stood that the question was discussed discussedat disus
at the recent audience which the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian ambassador ambassadO M 1 Zinovieff Zinovief had hadwith hadrith hadwIth
with the sultan sulan the ambassador ambasdor point pointing pint pintIng pointing ¬
ing out that the further fortification forlfcton of ofthe ofthe oftime
the straits strais was WIS wa incompatible incomptble with withfriendly wih wihfrendly withfriendly
friendly frendly relations between Turkey and andRussia andRussia
Russia Meanwhile the works are be being being being ¬
ing actively ac1ely pushed though they can canhardly cn cnhardly canhardly
hardly be completed for several 8eral months monthsThe moqthsThe monthsThe
The porte continues its it irreconcilable irreconcilableattitude Irreconciable Irreconciableatttude irreconcilableattitude
attitude atttude regarding the proposed propose inter international intelnational Intemnational
national financial fnancal control of Mace llace llacedonla Macedonia j jdonia
donia donlaNORWAY doniaNORWAY j jNORWAY
Karlstad Karl tnd Sept IS ISThe The Norwegian orwrlan and andSwedish andSwedish andSwedish
Swedish delegates delcgtc were in confer cOlf conference llc one for fortwo fortwo fortwo
two hours hour and onl u half today and adjourned adjournedto
to meet when an agreement is reauhed reauhedon
on certain clrtaln points submitted submited to a sub subcommittee 1 1commitee sui suicommIttee ¬
committee commitee consisting cOllstng of Messrs len Lundwn Lundwnbtirg Lndur Lundisrburg
burg bur Mlchelson 1lehelson Hammcrskjold Hnnunonljold and andLoveland andLovetand andLoveinndd
Loveland LovelandA
A 4 certain clement In Norway orsvay is oppos opposing opposIn opposlug ¬
lug In the proposed prposed terms of agreement agreementthus agreementthus agreementthus
thus placing pllclnt difficulty difcul In the tle way WiY et f th thdelegates U Udelegutc8 tiidelegates >
delegates It I is understood undertoed that thQt as I a abasis abais abasis
basis bais of the agreement ugemwit Sweden has prom promised promIsed jiromised ¬
ised to sign an at arbitration arbltrUou treaty as a soon soonas HOOr soaras
as Norway is recognized reognized as a sepnrate sepnratestate sPttlte sPttltestate sepqratestate
state while whHe Norway Norwn agrees a e to destroy destroyall detJY detJYaU
all tha th new newtropterfor frontier fortlflcfttior forfjpntiops to pl0 he hetr heqthor
qthor uon tr condttonsare conditions are sti stihlttiider I eodt eodtuon t11 I
Police Polce Discover Son of Wealthy Wealty Mar Maron Maron D Don
on Verge Vere of Death DeathMURDER DeathMURDER DeaThMURDER
r DWJID DMAitD BAKU BAE known kown in tuC Sat SatLka SatLk
EDWARD E C Lake Lk as Eddte F dj Merode In son > n vl vla vla u ua
a wealthy wUly manufacturer mufacturer of Wil Wilmington WI Wu1mlngton ¬
mington mintn Nt N C was found at atoclock atocok atoclock
oclock ocok yesterday yetNY morning lying fat facdownward taldownwar fatdownward
downward downwar unconscious uaca and an lying dn at Hit Hitbottom tit titbtom tit titbOttom
bottom btom of a flight tt of stairs tars at 53 3 Plum PlumAlley Plu1Aley PiuiAlley
Alley Aley Upstate tptt sitting lttlng bolt blt upright lprKIt u ubad 1 iibed
bad b was th t corpse CJ of Le L Lung Lun Huoe HuoeBitr Huo HuoBe HuoirBr
Bitr Be was u apparently roUy drugged drle with wit opium opiumdragged opnundnge opiumdragged
dragged dnge from trm Lee L Lung Lun Hungs joint jointand jointand jointand
and pitched ptch head he foremost down a flight flightof flightof l < h t
of stairsto > talr to the second ond landing The po police police ¬
lice lc are ar convinced cnvnc that the young YtHig niao niaowas 01 01was nuatuwas
was robbed rbb For hours the yoliee ol1ee Uc offi officers tf ft ftears ¬
ears cr work worked d over the unconscious uncolO man manCity nHHlCity menCity
City Physician Charles F Wilcox Wie ail aiuDr ii ailDr i iDr
Dr C M r Benedict Beit attended at lended Sum J m bm bmlie hI Ituhe
he died die about abut 6 oclock oclok last night with without wih wihout wIllout
out telling telng what had happen d to t lm lmThe hiL hiLThe iiiiThe <
The death of the Chinumari is belli blej blejt v a ato 1 1to
to t be b due to taking takllg too to much mUlh upturn upturnAh QnlumAh oDiumAh
Ah Wong Vog better bter known as asJlnuiny Tramp TrampJimmy Traoi
Jimmy JhRI is under und r arrest until hid hil co cosection coUon c ceetloa >
section Uon with Ith the possible plble robltery robhey awl amimurder awlmurer Ijl Ijlmurder
murder murer can he b better bttr determined determinedBaer det determlndBaer > rmlnd rmlndBer
Baer Ber was found by a Chinest lhhlfh woma womuiwho womawho womawho
who reported repre it to the police pllt shortly ihort aft
7 oclock oclk She told tol where he ht was iyir iyirand Iinan ivt ivtand
and an that he was wa apparently appPnb dead dlad ad Tn Tnwoman T Twoman l >
woman woma left lef the police plc station WtOH before tl tldek tb tbdek LIdesk
desk dek sergeant ierget was wa able to t dtepaurh dlpal h an anfleer RI l lffr tfleer
fleer ffr to t the scene sne The ileteoiivf ileteoiivfsearnied oetetth oetettharcue ittttlVsoaretied
searnied arcue Chinatown yesterday yettrdu aft aftr aftrnon aftnoon r rnoon
noon non but they tbe were wer unable unabl t h > find he heCorpse heCorpse hcCorpse
Corpse Found in Bed BedSergeant BcdSeteant BedSergeant
Sergeant Seteant R L L EdUington Edinon nid JI Pili PiliOfficer PIIr PIIrOfIr PIiOfficer
Officer OfIr Thomas Thma Simpson 8impn wer wet letuild letuildthe Idaikt it tailIthe < jtbe
the ease c Baer was found lying un unseious UI u ueclous >
seious Ilus in the hall hal and an it war wa < vi vI1e llpr < ert ui uihe l inlie
he had been b drugged drWge or bad b bIi < n 1 smok smokinir mLl mLlIn fliOISlug
lug In hop Climbing the ll stairs talrl ih ihtried t iiitried h htrie
tried trie the tht door do to Lee Le Lung Hungs BUICs BUICsjint i ijoint
joint jint It I wait locked loke but bt they lll fore foruentrnct foreentraace < l lentrance > <
entrance entrnct The gruesome rUfe > i igit it of 01 o t tcorpse tcrp Icorpse <
corpse crp of Lee Le Lun Lung Hung Hun sitii1 siti uprl uprlon upllo uprlon
on o a I filthy fUhy bunk met their thfir de its es eshotly T Tbo L Lbdy <
bo bdy hotly < ly was WI cold cld and stiff sttt The Th t yea ye y bulge bulgefrom bgfrm bugfrom
from frm their ther sockets Iket Life had IK bHI 1ver 1vertinet en entinct
tinct tnct for hours hour and Prhp perhap per hap it t day t tdingy 1diqy Idingy
dingy room rm reeked reke with wlb wi tim opium op urn fume furnewas i iwa iwaa
waa was wa apparent apprent that t hop bP bad l oum been anyjw anyjwin tmOl smu smuin
in there within lhln the last lst few fw hours hOIr8 Knm Knmthe yril yrilthe rn rnthe
the room rm across acl the dusty du7 hallway to u t thead il ilhead I Ihed
head hed of the th stairs sta1 were wer traces tr wn wnBaers u i iBiters
Biters Bers body by had been bn dragged dCe and ki kid kiddOn kikdown < K Kdown <
down to the landing Janing below belowTramp blo blotTramp belowTramp
Tramp Jimmy Getting Geting Breakfast BreakfastIn
In the further furher end of the room rom romVon roomWong V VWong
Wong Von otherwise known as Tramp Jiin Jiinmy Jinmy Ji Jimy
my was fanning the red re hot coals coatsa Ohl n na I Ia
a blaze blaz in an old ol broken brokn stove stoe lie licpreparing wa wapreparing1 w wprepring
preparing prepring a small smal pot pt of rice r for brt r h hfaat hfut t tfast
fut Tramp Jimmy dropped drop his JH pol pok pokwhen > K Kwhen
when the oiiwers OUlr entered enter the tn place placefirst pUCL pUCLfirst
first fJt he tried trie to t make makt his h ecai tl < bu bl w wcollared WQlare wcollared >
collared Qlare The Th Celestial Celtll was as iniaiediai iniaiediaiput IIItliu IIItliuput liutmediolput
put under aweat est t and Sergeant Srgllnt Kddingic Kddingiccalled jdilu jdilucle tddtii1ncalled
called cle for tile U patrol a trl wagon aron Hater Iter wa wataken wataken wataken
taken to the th th emergency 8nleney Hwltal k lal at ii iial 11ialand I IiaI
al ialand and Ah h Wong ong was placed in a aFurther d i iFurther
Further search srch was s made mde in the 11 thejoint opium opiumjoint pill
found The oft offcers oftel oftcern
joint but nothing nothlul was loun fht
Jint cern el searched r in vain van for a hop out olrfi otilf otilfor fir firor
or Q money mny tJiathad ttN been bn tukn tak1 from fro BJ BJSeveral B4Several
Several Seerl attempts attPts were mad mad i i > find findfrom fnd findfrtnn ll < >
from fo Ah A Wong when e Le J < > Luag Iu Luru Hun Hundled HUIdied Ito Itodied
died or what had ba befallen bfal1 ung U iia iiabut Liibut
but the only information informlUon itv 111 i ft prison prisonImparted r rimparted
imparted to t the th officers otfcf was wasMe wasMe as as11e
Me no n sabe sabeDr sb sabeDr
Dr Wncox JCX was summoned Iumo He mii miiuse mid midUl mnihuse
use Ul of the stomach pump I < Biter Ber Bitersaid n nsaid l <
said sid the man mn was suffering surferill from fro opiur opiurpoisoning OJhH OJhHpisning oiturpoisoiming
poisoning pisning Hypodermic Hyermk inj < lions lillS lillShen vi vigiven V Vgiven >
given hen him and the electric hattrry hattrryapplied 11 t try tryapplk u uapplied
applied applk to keep kep him from sinking iJi1il into intostupor bit IntItupr bitstupor
stupor Itupr For a time tme it luok luokl iolotl > l as if ifwouv ifou I IwouI >
wouv ou recover rver Officer ottr t C A tar tarbad ar arbd ars arsbad >
bad bd m on his feet tet walking Ylkin wslkin him aroin arointhe arutl arutlth artiithe
the th Jail ji for or nearly nerly an hour hit iut nl he hI w wunabe Wunbe wunabe
unabe unbe to talk tlk He gradually JruaUy grew ew wcj wcjer Wt wtaer h her
dice dt er and after afer a hard br fight t h for ten hon houtdieo hOI hondice r rdt
Addicted to Opium OpiumAh
Ah Wear on refused ret to o sabe ub anytlm anytlmthe anytllthe nythi nythithe
the officers oftlcr said Bl to him and an au ausearch alut suoli suolisearch < < L LIrch >
search Irch of the th joint was made md mdend SM SMeral t teual
end other othe Celestials CUal were gathered pthert gatheredbut i ibut ibut
but nobody nobod knew kew how he h came cme to bi biing blIng t tIng >
ing unconscious uncn ts in the hallway balwa Ah Ahkeeper Wa Wakeper V Vkeeper
keeper keper of the < noodle 014 joint jint In thf thf th l h hment hmacnt > i iment
ment of 53 i Plum Alley Aie said Bl that iia iiahad Bahd Il Ilhad
had hd been bn in there U about abut 1 oclock oclok 11 11morning L timorning
morning He also al informed Infon the offi oiil oiilthat offiit offiitthat < > t tthat
that he had been b there several Beat times timesfore timl timlfore l lfore >
fore in the last month mnth tere and ufterwa ufterwagone afer ufterwagone i itone
gone tone up stairs t I I It I is believt blevtd < i that thatwas thil thilwas thatwas
was addicted addicte to musing usng hop hp and H nd went Yen weitthere if ifthere 1 1there
there to smoke smoke Ah Wah rah said Jld tiiai t titabelieved at t tbelieved h hbleve
believed bleve Beer n < went wen upstairs utln yesteriia yesteriiamorning ye yesterUmorning tpr J Jmrning
morning mrning after aft eating tn a bowl bwl of flood noodiThis noOI floodThis
This Tlas is the last trace ta of Baer Ber that thatknown thatknwn thatknown
known knwn until unti he l was U found fond lying lynf at tli tlifoot t ttot tfoot
foot tot of th th the stairs Itr It I is I the belief beliefthe blf beliefthe
the police that Baer went up to tis tisjoint t ii iijoint I j jJint
joint ple to smoke soke opium and either eithera elhH r ra i ia
a Jint pill pl of o green grn hop which wbih is dead deadipoison dat1 dat1phn deadpoison
poison or was W a induced induce to drink drnk gun gunhop CUtlbop guihop
hop phn tea which rleh poisoned plne bun hi It I itknown i iknown
known that tht Ah 41 Wong au drinks drnk this tii t twhich tlb twhich <
which lb produces prue the same sam effect dftt as I amok smoking lm lmIn amoklag
lag In hop but bt much fueh stronger strongerMoney sronr strongerMoney
Money All Al Gone GoneJust GoneJust GoneJust
Just htw ho hqw much money Barr er had on 61 hm hmis hil hilh I Iis
is h not known but bt when ben he vas a es I 1110 1110not Inot UIMI UIMInot
not a cent lnt was in his bi pocket pket Fri FriHi FriHiwho Friwho < i iwho
who left lef Bat Df about abut raidnfent mk llt t say I sayhad IK IKhad 1
had bd been bu drinking drkll a great It deal and anda iuii iuiia i iI
a I check ehetk for JW si and Mud iid about abut sit 11 in fl si i iI I IIt i iIt
It is thought tho bt that Baer spent sPtut spi iii a1 d1 a I this LJ LJhop f fbop I Ihop
hop and for this reason rea r oa UK 1 i lJ officer officerbelieve vennbelieve off offbelieve
believe he was robbed robbedBaer robbedBHer robbudBiter
Biter came to Salt Lake from IKI IKIwith lAlwith in i iwith
with the Barauni Bailey cirrus rircumule iru He wi wimule w wmule
mule trainer in the show and f ftr r nca ncatwelve ncatwehe ricotwelve
twelve years has mas followed the th busine busineHe bush busiHe bushHe
He traveled the world over with t tlarpeet tL tLla i ilargest
largest la eJIlt shows ah > ws and spent a < ouplt upl of ofIn yea yeain yeain
in Euroj > e and Australia Sonu Sim time tim timps a ae u uhe
he e had a number of trained mules mulesexhibition mul mulsexhibition
exhibition at Madison Squar Squarin Hall Gartiin HallIn
in New York Six Sf years ago his fath fathestate fat fatestate
estate was divided and be received re t ed u usharo t tshare
share lha JX2 32010 0 This small fortune he nra nratkally Im1tkRJly ii iitlcaliy
tkally threw away awa in a asholt short tim W Whis i ihis L Lhi
his hi money lI1011 y was gone he woia bad badthe badthe bit bittime
the show business and drifted om OfttltudeyUle oiivaudeville < > i ivaudeville
vaudeville stage He did a wh whiiim whiiimstunt ill1 ill1stunt i istunt
stunt and also some character r rAmong wuii wuiiAmong WObmong
Among mong his tricks was the descent tieeeeitstairs e celll celllIf o ostairs
stairs If on his head headWhen headhen headWhetm
When hen he came here with Barn Barimi BarimiBailey armJl1 armJl1IltY urn i iBailey
Bailey IltY he unit the circus and showed showedweek ahol sho u uweek dweek
week at the Bon Ton theatre Last Lasthe Lasthue w whe
he went to Park City Cft and nerfofm nerfofmthere terfnnllt1tere aerfoijithere >
there He returned to Salt Lake Suih Suihand Su Suad Suand
and in the afternoon commenced drinkI drinkIHe drinhlHe driukilIe
He was with 101 a number of friends frieimdabout t tabout Iabout >
about midnight he left them sa saying lug tl tlhe t Ihe 1 1he
he was going to get some noodles noodlesgo m mgo 1 L Lgo
go to bed bedBaer bedBaer bedBaer
Baer is a member of the tb Elks Elk IOUK IOUKand l iuand ut utand
and in good standing standl His body was as ai aifor i ifor
for by b the local lodge und taken takenEvans taklEvan8 tak takEvans
Evans Evan8 undertaking parlors Word V urd urdsent w wsent asent
sent to his old home where he ic has hasbrother ha ii iibrother
brother and sister living Lat La last niei nieino Iti i I Ino I Ino
no word om had been received from th thl thlFurther iiiFurther n nFurther
Further investigation will be mad mu rnulday i iday iday
day in the affair and probably prob bh an autoi autoiwill autOIwill auliwill
will be held over the bodies b I The Theare p > 1 1are
are Inclined to believe that LeE Le Lu LuHung LI 1 1Ilung c cHung
Hung died of old age and excessive exee iVp u uopium uonium
opium He had been en ill for months niouLhswmer n njoint
wlter wmer he W was arrested for keeping a ajoint
joint a short time ago a o he was pardon pardonfearing pardorrln jari jarifearing
fearing that he would die before he str H Hhis u uhis w whis <
his sentence sentenceTramp sentenceTramp
Tramp Jimmy Has Record RecordAh
Ah Wong or Tramp Jimmy Jlmm whom whomthe whuiIthe wii i ithe
the police suspect of robbery r < bbery and perhaps perhapmurder perhumurder perhapsmurder
murder has ha served rvcd a couple of terms t tOte Ithe
the state prison once for robbery and and8ec ardsecond h hsecond
second 8ec nd time for assaulting Tom TomlJasar TomlJasarwith Hassari Hassariwith 1IaIarlwith
with a a knife While he was > serving hi hisecond hlsecond hisecoimd
second town be went insane and wa wata Waf Wafta wttaen
ta taen ien en to the mental hospital at Pr PrO PrOHe ProsHe > v vHe
He was treated there for thre three or foIl foamonths foIlmonths l lmonths
months and 101 released ea sed apparently eare CUfl1 CUfl1Since eurelSince < i iSince
Since then he has tramped around Ii tioountry Iioount1 iicountry
country The other Celestials C ltsLials in Plum PlumAllay PIUIIAhoy PluiAhoy
Ahoy are arcbltttr bitter against him and retinA refustata rerU l 1 1tQWiSoclate
ta tQWiSoclate associate or sell him anything anythingNo
No o chorsaijhas cbn ihas been placed unuingt a aatinstWQng jint Ai AiWong 1 1Wong
Wong ana at atiiUtb d m m will be held Until further furtherinformation furt her
is obtained

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