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ILW SALT LAIiE LAJIEJMtALJJ JiMtAUX MOIS MDAL DA XV SEPTEMBER 23 1905
GREAT BR1TALNS BR1TALNSr
r NAVAL BASE BASEtiategio
ImmeaseStrategic tiategio Importance ImporaitCQf1TBL of ofSingapore
Singapore SingaporeJROLQFIHEFABEAST
CQf1TBL CQf1TBLJAPS JROLQFIHEFABEAST JROLQFIHEFABEASTJAPS
JAPS AND JOHN BULL BUjLUOLD HOLD THE THEWHIP THEWHIP
WHIP HAND HANDLondon HANdLond
London Lond Sept 24 4Tie The fact that the theBrltWH theBrIt11t
BrltWH govarnmout proposes to toestablish tootab11h
establish a vast naval base at Singa Singaporft SingapOr4
porft which was announced by y the theSunday theSinday
Sunday Obaervor with the suggestion suggestiontlfat uggest1onthat
that this tfl was the first tangible result resultof reuItor
of the new AngloJapanese alliance and andthe andthe
the conclusion of o the RussoJapanese RussoJapanesear
Wa ar affords the newspapers an op opportunity oppQrtunlty ¬
portunity to discuss the situation of ofuslngf otusing
using Singapore as a a base which was wasannounced wasannounoed
announced some time ago when whenAdmiral whenAdrnjra
Admiral Fl 1s1ier h r outlined the reorganiza reorganization reorganization ¬
tion plan
Strategic Importance ImportanceTho
Tho Th newspapers now point out the thetremandoua thetromndous
tremandoua strategic value of Singa Singapore ShgaPore ¬
pore as guarding the gateway of the thePacific theIcifle
Pacific and when open to Japans war warvessels warVOssels
vessels as giving Great Britain and andJapan andJapan
Japan the Hvhlp hand over the other otherEuropean otherluropenn
European countries where the far east eastte easto
te o concerned concernedSome coflornedSome
Some of this mornJnga papers are areinclined areIttn4
inclined to dwell upon this phaseof phaseofthe phase ot otthe
the acquirement of the Singapore Singaporedocks Singapored
docks d cks as though just at tills time It Itwere ItWere
were a demonstration of power by
Groat Brltian But the government governmentintention governmentintention
intention to purchase the docks at
Singapore has ha been an open secret for forTnany rornany
Tnany months and according to o good goodauthority goodaUtItFIty
authority the British government la lasimply issimply
simply facing the result of the new newstrategic newSratogIc
strategic situation in n the far east and andproviding andproviding
providing her navy with convenient convenientdocks convenientdook
docks at Singapore which is the center centerof centerof
of the far east eastAlliance eastAlliance
Alliance an Advantage AdvantageThe
The Japanese alliance permftted the thewithdrawal thewlthdrawul
withdrawal of ftvo f1v battleships batt1ompsfrern from the theChina theChini
China seas and there to I no intention intentionin
in times of peace to despatch a abattleship abattleship
battleship to the far east The three threecruiser threecruiser
cruiser groups groupThe The China the East EastIndies EthtIndlos
Indies and the Australia squadrons squadronswill
9 will remain as before beforeMeanwhile beforeMeanwhile
Meanwhile the extensive docks of the theTanjong theTanjong
Tanjong Pagar company will be put purchased putchased ¬
chased at a price to be fixed by the thearbitrator theaibltratora
arbitrator now in the far east of ofwhich ofwhich
which board Sir Michael HicksBeach HicksBeachis
is the umpire and Great Britain will willhave willhave
have one of the finest naval bases in intho Inthe
the world and one which In the event eventof eventot
of war would be of the highest higheststrategic higheststrategie
strategic value valuePure valuePure
S
Pure Food Laws Are Good GoodKo Goodo
Ko o pure food board ever questioned the thopurity thepurity
purity of BURNETTS BLJNITTSS BLJNITTSMEXICOS VANILLA VANILLAMEXICOS
S
MEXICOS FOREIGN TRADE TRADEHeavy TRADEHeavy
Heavy Increase of Imports From the theUnited theS theUnited
S United States StatesCountry Country Was WasNever Wast
t Never More Prosperous Prosperousilexieo ProsperousALcxloo
ilexieo City Sept 24 24tatittcs Statistics o oM of ofIxlcobs
M Ixlcobs xlcas foreign trade for the fiscal fiscalyear tIeaiye
year ye ending June 80 0 show a healthy healthyuommefchU healthyon1rnerctLi
uommefchU condition The imporU imporUwere iiiiportswere
were valued fet J85S S5S1O1 lOgl goldot gold of which whichS4Ssas16T which4S3Os16T
S4Ssas16T raree from theUnited States Statesan
an increase of nearly 6900090 over the thepreceding theI1dIfl
preceding I1dIfl fiscal y yer yerGreitt tr trGrant
Grant Britain sent goods to the value valueof valueof
of HO 1O41iL lMX an increase of about iQQ
000 000Germany
Germany contributed 9S105SS which whichis
is i a slight Increase France 8482685 8482685which S4S2S5liich
which liich In a fi skin In of one million dollars dollarsThe dollarsThe
The gold exported amounted to 513 13 1369614ff
690148 a gain of nearly three million milliondollars milliondullr
dollars QV ovit the preceding fiscal year yearThe yearThe
The total amount of silver exported exportedi exportedisiiver
silver i value was 565523645 which is a adecrease adecrease
decrease of 18588044 The total silver silverMilue silveru1te
Milue u1te of all ll exports was 808820451 or orabout orabout
about 194S 1U1300OO 6ft00 gold value Thi This shows showsa
a L very VW satisfactory condition although althougha
a L slight decrease from the preceding precedingyear precedingyear
year yearT yearTpne
Tpne T n with the United StatedIs grow growing growing ¬
ing steadily and will Increase from rota year yearto yostto
to year in the flu judgment of mercantile mercantileand mercantiletud
and banking houses housesThe bqiLosThe
The country was never more pros prosperous prosperouc ¬
perous and the butlook for tho thocosuing thocosuingear coining coiningyear
year ear Ia v bright pne pneMillers me meMillers
Millers and ovfiers Interested in the theflour theflow
flour trade are homing that the wheat wheatjiliuatlofl wheattiituktIeM
jiliuatlofl will clear up soon Under the thopresent thepzeant
present circumstances wheat landed landedhere handedbere
here cooLs more than nntlve wheat wheatTEMPORARY wheatSTEM
STEM TEMPORARY PORARYINSANITY PORARYINSANITYCaptain INSANITY INSANITYCaptain
Captain Godfrey Assistant Surgeon SurgeonShoots SurgeonShoots
Shoots Himself HimselfAtlaota HlthseifAtlauta
Atlaota G Ga Kept 34 1Ceptaln C plain G M MF
F 1 Oodfi oUtiey y assistant surgeon In the theUnits thetnitm
Units State army stationed at Fort ForlMePbamon FortMeLPha1Ofl
MePbamon committed suicide by byshooUus byhooUug
shooUus himself through the brain brainwith brainwith
with an army revolver at his residence residenceu
u t the th post Saturday night Captain Captainudfrey Captainodtry
udfrey was a son uf Colonel IL 2 S SGodfrey SI
I Godfrey commander of the Ninth Ninthlijited Ninth1iitted
lijited SULM oavaJry stationed at atort
1 ort Riley Kansas Captain Godfrey GodfreyHS
HS as SS years Yea1 old and a graduate of ofWst ofVozt
Wst Point He came to Fort ilcPher ilcPheron dcPii8ofl
on from Washington three months monthsjiga monthsgo
jiga go He te is survived by his wife and andmaJI anduiaIl
maJI sun Th The cans of the deed is isnot isflOt
not known but is attributed by his hism hisnether
m nether other officers at the post to tempo temporary temporry ¬
rary mental aberration =
I SIATE STATNWS STATNWSD NEWS NEWSOLD
OLD D FOLKS FOiKSFEASTED FOiKSFEASTEDSouth FEASTED FEASTEDI
I j jSouth
South Sanpete Stoke If eld High IigiIcs IigiIcstivat fes festival ¬
tival at Ephraim All Bay BaySaturday Da DaSaturday
Saturday SaturdayS SaturdayBphraim
S
S Bphraim Sept 21 21The The old folks ot otBphralni otphrairn
Bphralni Manti Gunnlson Conterfield ConterfieldDover ConteruioklDover
Dover Payettc 8terUncand Sterling and MayflekJ MayflekJcomprising dayulekicomprising
comprising the South Sanpete stake were werefeted werefeted
feted and feasted here In royal rove style
terduy Early Burly In the morning teams lw lwgan Jsgao
gao pouring into town loaded Joadetd down wia with
old people peopleAt peopleAt
At 11 oclock people gathered at the tab tabornacle taborriacle
ornacle where an impromptu musical pro ¬
gramme was rendered At 12 I oclock noon noona
a H Klimntiinno sUmptuous > rm nt served J i tkn tknPavilion
banquet was at ttu
Pavilion 1 The Tii place was beautifully deco decoittca
rated ittca for th the occasion andthree tablus
the entire length of the building were
loaded down with the best be the land pro ¬
duced After the feast was wa over an ex excollent cxCOllent
collent programme consisting of speeches speechessongs spechcsongs
songs recitations music etc was rca ¬
dered at the tabernacle A light luncheon luncheonwas
was served to all the gueais gu sts after the themeeting themeeting
meeting lit the tabernacle
The Th day passed very pleasantly and andeverybody andeverybody
everybody present seemed to highly enjoy
themselves The day will go down in
Sanpete history as a rod letter day for or
the old folks folksThe folksThe
The case of Bphraim City vs Peter C Ccase
Petersen will come up or hearing befoiu
Judgo Ericksen at Manti on Monday The Thecase
case involves the ownership of a stream streamof
of water known as the Low pass water m
Cottonwood canyon canyonAlthough
Although considerable apathy has been beenshown beenshown
shown by the political parties In the city cityup cityup
up to the present time now that the city cityconventions chiyconventions
conventions must soon be called the poll politicians pollticians ¬
ticians are commencing to got busy Tht ThtRepublican T1URepublican
Republican city committee will meet at atthe atthe
the city hall tomorrow evening to make makearrangements makearrungeents
arrangements for the calling of the con convention eonvention ¬
vention to nominate city officers The Thechief Tuechief
chief interest centers about the mayoralty mayoraltynomination mayoraltypminatiou
nomination and a a number of prominent prominentjnen prominentmen
men are being mentioned as probable probableBtundardbearera probabicstandardbearers
Btundardbearera for or their respective par parties parties
ties For the Republicans there is mdoubt no nodoubt
doubt that C R Darius present mayor mayorwill mayor1vlil
will be rcnominated by acclamation to tosucceed tosucceed
succeed himself himselfThe S
The Democrats have a number of men menIn me meIn
In sight Those most prominently men mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned are Christian WHlardson ex exMayor cxMayor
Mayor James P Chrlstenaen J P I Han Hansen Hansea
sea jr and Peter Greaves jr jrFor jrFor
For the other offices there will be nu numerous numerous ¬
merous candidates For the Republican Republicannomination Republicannomination
nomination for city recorder James Frost Frostpresent Frostpresent
present incumbent will have a walk walkaway walkaway ¬
away No one at present has announced announcedhimself announcedhimolf
himself for or the Democratic nomination nominationFor
For the treosurershlp on the Republican Republicanticket Republicanticket
ticket Mrs Blanche T Bailey is the lead leading leading ¬
ing aspirant No one at present is strlv strlvIng strivlug
lug for the Democratic nomination nominationThe
The city marshalshlp one of the best of ofthe ofthe
the plums will have a number of asplr asplrants aspirants
ants Oluf Thursby the present city citymarshal citymarshal
marshal is a candidate for renominatlon renominatlonAlfred rcnozninationAlfred
Alfred Bellander Republican Is also alsobeing alsobeing
being mentioned for the place Those Thosementioned rhosomentioned
mentioned for the Democratic nomination nominationara
are Rasmus Hanson Thomas Fauteu FauteuCharles FautauChurieii
Charles Mired and Andrew N Hansen jr jrCouncilmanlc JrCouneiimanic
Councilmanlc nominations will not be beBought beougbt
Bought after very much this fall as the Ihoposition theposition
position pays only 3 3 < X per year At pres present present ¬
ent no names have been mentioned but it itIs itis
Is presumed that the present councilman councilmanare
are out for renomination at the ho hands of ofthe Ofthe
the Republicans No Democrats as yet yethave ye yehave
have been mentioned for or the place but butwhen bu buwhen
when the time comes the Democratic Democraticparty Dezno ratl ratllatty
party will put In the field a a strong ticket ticketas
as they have good limber to select from fromThreshing fromThreshing
Threshing is nearly all allover over with In this thisvKlley thisvalley
valley The year 1906 will record one of ofthe ofthe
the moat prosperous years the farmers of ofthe ofthe
the valley have experienced although ut utpresent atpresent
present the farmers craters arc feeling a little littleblue littleblue
blue on account of the price of wheat wheatbeing wheatbeing
being around the 60cflnl mark but they theyexpect theyexpect
expect it to take a raise later In the sea season season ¬
son Ephraitn will raise this year in the theneighborhood theneighborlwod
neighborhood of 138000 bushels of grain grainM
M i F Murray and Ole Larsftn were In Infrom inrein
from rein Richfield on business yftpterday yftpterdayAttorney YAIIerday4ttorney
Attorney Hanson w vte is a business visitor visitorIn
In Mantl yesterday yesterdayINSTITUTE yesterdayINSTITUTE
INSTITUTE AT PROVO PROVOUtaili PRO VO VOUiu
Utaili CountyTcacJiers Hold Interest Interesting lntetcting
ing Session SessionProve SessionPtovo
Prove Sept 84 54The The Utah County CountyTeachers CountyTeachers
Teachers association held th the first ses sesslon sestott
slon tott of the season at atCastifla Castillo yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The ueaaion w we s of a social nature pre preparatory preparatory ¬
paratory to the business and educational educationaleeasions
eeasions to be held through the year and andWHSH andwasa
WHSH vary enjoyable event Many 6f the theProvo theProvo
Provo teachers accompanied the county countypedagogue countypedagoguos
pedagogue ItIB IL is expected the Provo Provoteachers Provteachers
teachers will unite with the county asso association assoelation ¬
elation In institute work for the year yearA yearA
A large lar number of relatives and frWnilB frWnilButteHdtMi filnIaattesdod
utteHdtMi the funeral services over the tlir tlirmsia r rm
msia m < Uns of Mrs Frederick Se Seqtt tt in the Qon Qongregatiouul Qongregatlouni
gregatiouul church today The funeral funeralsermon fuliaratsernioli
sermon was preached by Rev S H hood I30odwin hoodwin
win winThere
There was a large rge attendance ot rclu rclutivea r lu luties
ties and friends at the funeral services servicesovar servicesover
over the remains of Mrs Surah MoDuniol
held yesterday in the Second ward meet ¬
lag IIOUM The following speakers ad addressed addreied ¬
dressed the uongregKtlon Ifldrs J M MJensen litJensen
Jensen J E I Booth Walter altcr Scott and andBishop andlliiSliOi
Bishop I L L L LC Nelson NelsonC
C H McUlnniK of Chicago III aged S2 S2and 9 9and
and Edna A Osrter of Provo aged 18 18hava Hhave
have taken out a marriage license licenseRoy licenseRoy
Roy Home of Richfield who has just justreturned justreturned
returned from u three years mission to toGermany toGernuiny
Germany Is here with Mrs Home visit visiting visLblug ¬
lug relatives relativesAn relativesAn S
An appeal to the Fourth district court courth courtlae
h lae M been taken by t Lawrence > awr nu Monson uf ufPlwtsunt ufPlretsuitt
Plwtsunt Grove Cram Justice Nobles Noblescourt Noblesceurt
court where a fine of was imposed imposedupon Imposedlinen
upon appellant on conviction of the th un unlawful ut utlawful ¬
lawful use of water from the Buttle ButtleCreek l3ettloCreek
Creek ditch ditehElmer S S1imer
Elmer Daley a young man brought broughtdown broughtd
down d wia from from Thistle in Ui hum raid being mud mudon niudon
on boxear tourists was before Justice Justicea JutieNeon
Neon taturday eq te ehsrge or steulinr steulinra
a ride and was acquitted Air Deity Daleyclaims Deityubdins
claims to b be from Grand Junction on his hisway hi hiwkr
way to Salt Lake and that he had walked walkedfrem walkedfront
front S Soklter Wi r Summit to Thistle having havingpaid havimigpaid
paid his tare from Unutd Junction to Sol Soldier 501dier ¬
dier jjummlt He hits been hold here for fortrial tottt1l
trial for or several day and was offered offeredrecommendation offeredreoommendtation
recommendation for H light sentence if he hewould hewould
would plead guilty but he li refused to do dothis dothis
this lie appears to be u respectable respectableyoung resuectabley
young y ung man and he felt that he was being beingvery beingvery
very harshly dealt with In being arrested arrestedThe arrestedYb
The Yb students of the Parker school have haveorganized haveogauized
organized an orchestra while the Frank Franklin Franklie ¬
lie school students run to football and andhltve andJibe
Jibe organized teams The girls have havebasked havebasked
basked ball teams teamsMrs teamsMre
Mrs Serena B Vance has b bees on engaged engagedHS
HS u a teacher in the Timnanogos school if ifpjace Irjijace
pjace of Miss Prilla PriliaFrisby Frlsby who wh has re
COME AND SEE SEEWHAT S
WHAT UTAH IS ISh ISWhen ISS ISWhen
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> When shes dressed iiv iivr in inH
r H S M Clothes ClothesCOME h hCOME
COME AND SEE SEEUnder SEEWHAT
WHAT UTAH DOES DOESUnder
Under like conditions conditionsADAMS conditionsRdHRDSON
RdHRDSON ADAMS ADAMSA co coA
A CLOTHES S S1OPpFOR OP jFOR ME14 ME14At
At T1Ie Siga Sigaof
of the PhX
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licd t1r on o accounta atcount at lifestate the state f bar Utirhaaith barhealth
health haaithT3i < S SIM
T3i IM Senater Smcot muot party la expected
TjacJPfrom IUftrfp Through sOuthern Utah Utahand UtahS
S and Into Arizona in about a weeK weeKFEAR weakS
S FEAR THE THESOGIAUSTS THESOGIAUSTSDemocrats SOCIALISTS SOCIALISTSI
I Democrats and Republicansat Eu Eureka Eureka
reka About to Combine CombineEuroksJ CombineSept
EuroksJ Sept 21 21At At a meeting of ofprominent o opromineRt
prominent Democrat held Saturday Saturda night nightto njghtto
to consider measures forthe foi the coming aly alycampaign 4t 4teamnpaigii
j campaign the proposed movementto movoniont t j St Sta it ita
a nonparUan citizens ticket in the field fieldthat fieldthat
that will Insure Eureka a clean honest honestand hopestand
and capable administration for the best
Interests of all regardless of party af atfliiation
filiation was the main subject of dis discussion disCUsion ¬
cussion Many old line Republicans and
Democrats favor Much such a ticket in i view viewof
i of local conditions there being a growing growingoar
fear oar that as between the two old parties partiesthej partiesthel
thej Socialist element may succeed in indecline Inelecting
decline their ticket a consummation no notaxpayer
i taxpayer or business man la desirous to tobring tobring
I bring about Another meeting will be beheld beheld
held in a few days when the matter will vlitbe
i be further considered
5
ENGINEER IS BLAMED BLAMEDThree BLAMEDThree
Three Miners Crushed to Death in inHorrible inHorrible
Horrible Manner by b falling iaUingof i iof
of the Cage CageSacramento CageSacramento S
Sacramento Cal Sept 31 2 I4 A Special Specialdispatch peelaidispatch
dispatch from Redding to tho Union says sayaThree saysr1reo
Three minors at the Gladstone mina minawere mInencre
were crushed to death In a terrible man manner manncr ¬
ncr early this morning morningThe morningThe
The men menJohn John Henley Derby Judge Judgeand Judgeand
and W Haves Hacswro were at work In the th bot bottorn j jtorn
torn of the double compartment shaft 175 175feet 171ifeet
feet below the level of the main tunnel tunnelThe tunnelThe
The cage in the shaft had just ascended ascendedand ascendedand
and the other cage was descending heM i
the accident occurred occurredEngineer occurredingineer
Engineer Stewart did not turn off tlw t1i t1ipower i ipower
power which operates tho machinery and j
the upgoing cage was drawn clear clearabove clearabove
above the collar of the shaft and struck struckthe struckthe
the shiexe wheel at the top of the hoist ¬
ing scaffold crushing the wheel and andbreaking andbreaking
breaking the cable Then the cage dropped droppedInto droppeditito
Into the shaft and without obstruction obstructionfell
fell to the bottom adistance of 285 feet feetcrushing feetcrushing
crushing to an itt indistinguishable mass the thethree tilethree
three menworking mnworkin beneath leaving idea Jdentlfication idea4ificatton
tlfication possible only by the clothing
the unfortunates had been wearing A Acoroners Acoroners
coroners jury exonerated the company
frojri all au blame and fixed the blame upon uponEngineer uponEngineer
Engineer Stewart StewartFOUL StewartFOUL
I
FOUL MURDER MURDERIN IN IOWA IOWABody IOWABody
Body of Frank Callahan Found in Des DCSMoines DesMoines
Moines River RiverWith With Skull Crushed CrushedDos CrushedDes
Dos Moines Iat Ia Sept 24 24With With his temu temupie tom tomplc
pie crushed in from a heavy blow with withsome withsome
some blunt Instrument the body of ofFrank otFrank
Frank Callahan of Peoata who has been beenmissing beenmissing
missing since last Tuesday night was wasfound wasfoUnd
found in the Dos Moines river eight miles milessouth miIesouth
south of this city this afternoon The
body was identified by papers found n nthe nthe
the pockets The pockets of his clothing
had been cut open and his watch and andmoney andmoney
money were missing
The discovery following closely upon uponthe
the mystery attending the death of ofi
i George R GriswOld the Insurance man manwhose manwhose
whose body was as found in tho river re recantly roe roetautly
tautly has created a sensation here hereECONOMIC hereECONOMLC
ECONOMIC EXPANSION CONGRESS CONGRESSvMons CONGRESSMona
vMons Mona Belgium Sept 24 24Icing lying Leopold
today received the delegates to the con congress congross ¬
gross of economic expansion in which whichmost whichmost
most of the nations of the world are par ¬
ticipating Minister of States Beernaart
delivered the opening address at the In Inaugural Inaugural
augural session Ho referred to the ne necessity nocessity ¬
cessity of examination of the question of ofwhether ofwhether
whether protective measures were good goodeconomical goodoonomiea1
economical policy He also said that the thecodification timecodification
codification of International law and the thematterof theumatterof
matterof labor legislation required study studyAFTER studyAFTER
AFTER MEXICAN COAST OUTLET OUTLETMexico OUTLETMexico
Mexico City Sept 21it Is rumored In Inrailroad inraiirad
railroad circles that the Rock Island com company cornpany ¬
pany Isseeking an outlet to the Pacific Pacificcoast Pacificcoast
coast of Mexlvo and Is contemplating time thoextension timeextension
extension of its it road through time state stateof Stateot
of Sonora with that Idea Jn view The
Sierra Madre ro road d which already has hasmuch hasmuch
much work done one toward the coast It Is Issaid isaid
said may be taken over by the Rock
JsIhHd people thus giving them the de desired dcaired ¬
sired outlet outletFUNERAL outletFUNERAL
FUNERAL OF 0 FARRALL cYFARRALLfliclimond > FARRALLRichmond
Richmond Va Sept 21 21Time The funeral o of
former Governor Charles T O Fhrrall was
held today with full military honors The
body was borne to th the grave < on a caisson caissonguarded caissonguarded
guarded by members of the Richmond
Howitzers followed by the riderless
horse of the lute governor Thousands of ofpeople ofpeople
people thronged the route of the proces procession ¬
sion and the grassy hillsIde of Hollywood Hollywoodcemetery llbliv wood woodcemetery
cemetery wherein the interment wits wusmode witszuqde
mode
QUAKER CONVENTION CONVENTIONRichmond CONVENTIONRicimmonti
Richmond limO Sept 21 21This This city citywill citywill
will be the nrccca of Friends of the
United States commencing Tuesday of ofthis ofthis
this week and continuing until Tues ¬
day Oct 3 when final adjournment adjournmentwill
will be taken Tuesday the annual annualsession annualaession
session of the Indiana yearly meeting
the largest body of Quakers In the theworld theworld
world will begin in the yearly meet ¬
leg house houseDENVER houseDENVER
b
DENVER MAN CHOSEN CHOSENOhieKBO CHOSENClulatigo
OhieKBO Sept 21 24Time The twentieth annual annualconvention maimnuiJconvention
convention of the Brotherhood of St An ¬
drew held its closing meeting in Mandpl
hull at the University of Chicago tonight tonightand tonightamid
and adjourned to meet at Memphis next nextyear mmoxtyear
year The officerswere elected for n mmt mmtyear st styeur
year among the traveling secretaries
being G Frank Shelby of Denver DenverVANDERSTUYFT DetiverVANDERSTUVFT
S
VANDERSTUYFT WINS BOWL BOWLParis BOWLlaris
Paris Sept 21 Vanderstuyft thd Bol Bolglan l3olgian
glan won the golden bowl In the blcyc bicycle bicyclerace f frace
race of twentyfour hours which ended endedhere endedhero
here today covering 574 miles 2C yards
Nat Busier the American was third thirdcovering timirticovering
covering 632 miles 30 yards Vandestuyft Vandestuyftand
and his partner Stol finished second in
the sixday bicycle race at Madison
Square Garden In 1964 1964EMMANUEL 1951EMMANUEL
EMMANUEL HONORED HONOREDMHun HONOREDmfh1im
MHun Sent 31 tICIng King Victor Emmanuel Emmanueland
and Queen Helena rec receiveda lved a popular ovo
tlyn here today on the occasion of tim
dedication of a monumental tower on
Sforzesco capital erected to the memgrv memgrvof rnenmrvof
of Ills majestys father King jCinm Humbert HumbertMany Hunmberflitany
Many members of the cabinet wore urea present ureaomit ¬
S SCROWD
omit
CROWD WANTS MORE BLOOD BLOODNimes BLOODNinmea
Nimes Prance Sept 21 21Twelve Twelve thou thousand thousend ¬
sand spectators of a bull fight here to today toduy ¬
day broke up the chairs other seats anil anilthe simm simmthe
the boxes and sot fire to the th ° barriers barrierssurrounding bnirIersurrounding
surrounding the arena because the ma ¬
tadors refused to kill another bull as ii an anoncorc amaencore
encore after they hud despatched five fiveFREIGHT fiveFREIGHT
FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED WRECKEDIndianapolis WRECKEDliidiammapoiis
Indianapolis Sept 24 24A A Big Four Imoiir
freight tqihi ran into an open switch at
Now August five miles northwest of thislIlt this thiscity
city lIlt today Injuring two men C IX 1
Ihler an Iron molder of Seattle who was
touting his way wa was j seriously Injured InjuredFATAL InjuredS InjuredFATAL S
FATAL RIOT IN CORSICA CORSICAAjacclo CORSICAAJULcio
Ajacclo Corcisa Sept Oit SH i4Dtiriiag During tht thtprogress this thislitogress
progress of a riot here today two per persons persons ¬
sons were killed and several Injured InjuredIVJILLION injuredo injuredMILLION
o
MILLION DOLLARS DOLLARSLICKEOUPBYF1RE I ILICKED
LICKED LICKEOUPBYF1RE LICKEOUPBYF1REIN UP BY FIRE FIREIN
IN BUTTE MONT MONTContinued MONTContinUed
Continued from Page 1 1heavily 1heavily
heavily interested financially in Butte Butteand Butteand
and many more have business aiUlla aiUllations atlUlatlqns
tions with Butte houses Up to a Into latouwr Intoiour
uwr last evening practically the only onlynews oniynews
news obtainable concerning the fire was wasobtahied wasobtained
obtained over the Bell eli Telephone com companys toniplInys ¬
panys long distance wires During the theafternoon ie ieafternoon
afternoon and evening The Herald T ms mscoived s scolved
colved bulletins by telephone on the theextant theextant
extant of the conflagration which U Ugave Itgave
gave to the dozens of inquirers In this thistown thlvtown
town rime Associated Press in Butte Butteis Butteishahdiod
ishahdiod is hahdlod from the Minor ctflico which whichwag whichwaagvema
wag waagvema given n fcVerc scorching As a re result 0 0mJli ¬
sult the Associated Press got a latr j
ilurt ttrt on om the story and little newajfem newajfemit news newsIt
it Wasavailable Was agaihiablo untjl after most Wit WitJLukcra Sbit SbitLuk
Luk JLukcra c rs were asleep SS
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RELIGION RELIGIONGLASSES RELIGIONGLASSESConvention GLASSES GLASSESConvention
Convention Held of Delegates From FromWeber FromI
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> Weber Stake Staket Stakefhc Stakeccipvimtiomi
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fhc cofly ccipvimtiomi ntion of the Waberlalakfrire WaberlalakfrireIfglptts Webe5tarcligious
Ifglptts alalQS which has been In sbsslbn sbsslbnj shSlOfliicpfor
j j herg iicpfor for the past two days concluded Its Itsbusiness Itsiiusinemm
business lit yesterday afternoons session sessionj sessionand
j and last night listeiJed to an address m mthe intime
the tabernacle delivered by President PresidentAnthon PresidentAmitimoim
Anthon P Lund who is also president of ofthe uttime
the religious classes of the he church churchOut vhurcliOlit
Out of twentyfive wards In the stake staketwentytwo take taketiumitltwo
twentytwo were represented at the con cohvqntion convuimlion
I vqntion there being a large lurgempajority majority of ofthe ofthe
I the officers and teachers in attendance attendanceThe aUeimdamcehlie
The business sessions were held in the theWeber theWcber
Weber stake tuk academy There were two twoTneetUgs twomeetings
meetings Saturday and two wo yesterday At Atthe Atthe
the Bes0iQli yesterday morning the class classboard clausboard
board was reorganised Superintendent SuperintendentDavid Supr1ntcndemttDavid
David R Langlois vas released on ac account Recount ¬
count of moving from the stake and WU WUJlam Wlmliunm
Jlam Z Terry was sustained as superin superintenJentv superintencleiitJ
tenJentv Wlllard iliurd L Brumwell was elect elected electall ¬
ed first assistant and Miss Katherlne G GWright UVilgimt
Wright as second assistant superintend superintendent ¬
ent on I
entAt At I4t the afternoon session Saturday three threePlace thretpmipors
pmipors were presented bearing upon uponPie
Place of Religious Classes Naturnl NaturnlReligious raturniROilglous
Religious Teaching and The Outline OutlineSaturday OuttneSaturday
Saturday night two papers were presented presentedorf
orf How to Improve During the Coming ComingWorUY ComingWorIr
WorUY and at yesterday afternoons mica session micasiomi ¬
sion there were four papers read discuss discussing discusslug ¬
lug the various steps of religious class classwork classwork
work At the meeting yesterday after aftornqon aftern000
nqon papers were presented on Childs ChildsNature ChildsNature
Nature Teacher How to Roach the theParents tileProits
Parents and Summarizing the Work ot otthe otthe
the Gpnventlgn Gpnventlgn1Kerc mivent1pn S SThbrc
1Kerc was aa a large attendance at the thtgeneral thegeneral
general meeting held In the tabernacle tabernaclefast tabernacleha3t
fast oycnlng resident Lundsremarks Lundsremarkswere LUnds remarks remarksasbre
were deVoted to the religious work deal dealing deallag ¬
lag with the work worc of the convention and andwaajilike andwaa
waajilike waa jilike addressed to young arid old oldwere 01 01were
were alike addressed to young and old oldof 01 01of
of selections during the session sessionFOUND sessionFOUND
FOUND DEAD IN BED BEDMrs BEDMrs
Mrs Belle Sherwood Died Alone in inHer InS
S Her Home HomeMrs Homelrs
Mrs lrs Bell Sherwood was found dead In Inbed inim
bed im I at her home 450 Fifth street shortly shortlybefore shortlybefore
before noon yesterday When found she shehad shehat1
had evidently been dead for three days daysThe daysThe
The immediate cause of death was 5 dropsy dropsygnd dropsygild
gild heart trouble with which she had hadsuffered hadsuffered
suffered for several years yearsMrs yearsMrs
Mrs Sherwood has resided here for a anumber anumber
number of years Her only known rela relative reiative ¬
tive Is a brother living in Cincinnati O Owho 0who
who has been communicated with by the thechief theobJet
chief of police The neighbors of the de deceased tieceased ¬
ceased became alarmed when they did didnqt didnqt
nqt see her about the place as usual and andyesterday andyesterday
yesterday morning a dairyman assisted assistedby
by several others forced fo ced the door in and andfound andfqijnd
found the th woman deaa In bed Evidently Evidentlydeiath Evidentlydeath
death overcame her while she slept At Atfirst Atfirst
first foul play was suspected it being beingthought beingthought
thought that robbery would have boon a acause acatist
cause but an investigation proved this to tobe tobe
be false as about J5W 51X1 in money was still stillin stillIii
in the house untouched The remains remainswere rematnewere
were removed to the Llndquist undertak undertaking undertakin ¬
ing in parlors where they will be prepared preparedfor
for or burial Mrs Sherwood was 68 years yearsold yoarsold
old at the time of her demise demiseFuneral demIseFuneral
Funeral Services ServicesFuneral ServicesFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofthe ofthe
the late Samuel B Willis which were wereto wereto
to have been held yesterday will be held hftldat heldat
at 2 oclock this afternoon at the Warren Warrenward Warrnward
ward meeting house houseFuneral houseFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofGeorge ofGeorge
George W Highley who died Saturday Saturdaywill Saturdaywill
will be held aj a the family residence 163 163Bpplar 153Poplar
Poplar avenue ateuuel at 1030 Tuesday morning morningThe
The remains willthen wtII then be taken to Hooper Hooperand Hooperand
and a further servicewill service will be held at 2 2oclock i ioclock
oclock In the Hooper ward meeting meetinghouse rneeUnghouse
house Interment will be In the Hooper Hoopercemetery Boopercemetery
cemetery cemeteryFuneral S SFuneral
Funeral eervlccss over the remains of ofMrs ofMms
Mrs Joseph A t Long will be held at the theLiiUalt theLtiiitaim
LiiUalt meetlns lipusc at 3 oclock on onWednesday onWednesday
Wednesday afternoon The remains may maybe maybe
be viewed at the Larkm Larkhli undertaking par parlors parhors ¬
hors Wednesday morning moralugGREAT morningS morningGREAT
GREAT ENTHUSIASM ENTHUSIASMSwedish
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Swedish Delegates Welcomed Upon UponArrival UponS
S Arrival at Stockholm Stockholm1t Stockholm1Stockholm Stockholmtuckliolm t
Stockholm Sept 24 24Christian Christian Lun Lund Lundqber
d dqber bcrg the premier Count Afwicht AfwichtmQistor Al mvlcht mvlchtinqistor
mQistor minister of foreign affairs M MStuaf Mttaa
Stuaf ttaa member of the cabinet without withoutportfolio withoutportfulio
portfolio and M Hammarskjold minis minister mninIstot ¬
tot of education and ecclesiastical iC iCfairs atairs
fairs the ministers of Sweden who have havesuccessfully havespecesafully
successfully negotiated an agreement agreementwith agreementwith
with the commissioners of Norway at atI atKarletad
I Karlstad arrived here today and were weremet werpmet
met at the railroad station by the re regont regoat
goat Crown Prince Gustavo Gustqvc the m4 uiiiii uiiiiitent is isterlal
tent cabinet all the members of the therJUgdag theriidag
rJUgdag and a great outpouring of the thegeneral thegeneral
general public publicThe publicThe
The state council met in the after afternoon afterimoon ¬
noon under the presidency of tho prince princerogent princeregent
regent and decided to summon the riks riksdag riksdag ¬
dag A AThe
S SThe
The newspapers discuss the result of ofthe ofthe
the conference at Karlstad with ap approval ftpproval ¬
proval The he Svenska Dagblada says saysJt saysIt
Jt is to be ho hoed > ed that the Karlstad Karlstadconvention 1nristadconvnntioxm
convention will give us neighbors whose whoseeyos
eyos Q5 will bo opened to their newly won wonaoverlogtity avonsoveriogilty
aoverlogtity and isolated position to the thegreat timegroat
great lungers threatening their na national notiommal ¬
tional existence When Norway proves provesby liloVebY
by her acts thai her policy is at one onewlHYthe onewIthtli
wlHYthe only policy possible for the theScandinavian theSiauidhIaavian
Scandinavian pcoplog having regard tt tttlieli to tothou >
thou future great joy will reign in inSweden inSweaep
Sweden and September 28 will be writ writIon nrItlop
Ion Hi our history as a great national nationalday ntionaiday
day dayilia dayihmn
ilia Dagblad says The thanks of ofthe oftime
the whole nation are due to the whplt whpltcommission whplecommIssion
commission and not to its Individual IndividualPROLETARIATS indiiduaimembere
membere S SPROLETARIATSHOOB
PROLETARIATS PROLETARIATSHOOB HONOR DEAD DEADlonWs DEADZoiiis
lonWs Et t End na Turns Out En EnMasse EnMasse
Masse to View Thomas John JohnBarnados olin olinBarnadas
Barnados Body BodyLondon Bodyendon
London Sept 24 21Timouaamids Thousands of persons personsIn
In the east end today visited ilie lme Poonles Poonlesahurch PeotilOsuhiurehi
ahurch White Chapel where the 6odv 6odvof todyof
of Dr Thomas John Bsrnardo the pull jililfaiitHropiet pullaiathropist
aiitHropiet who died last Wednesday will willlie wIlllie
lie in ii state until the funeral takes place placeSept placeSept
Sept 27 The scenes enacted in and andaround andaround
around the church were the moat ramark ramarknbjo iemuarkable
able ever witnessed In the cast end Two Twoservices tavoservices
services were held during tjje day and andwere andwere
were largely attended by poor children childrenAt childrenAt
At the conclusion of the evening service serviceit
it la estimated that 400 persona filed filedIHist fliednest
nest the coffin the end of the procession processionbojng imruoessiouboimig
bojng made up of 1503 children from the thecast theeast
cast and juvenile mission missioni mnissiomiAmopg
i Amopg the messages of sympathy to toi tothi
i the thi family of the thi deceased was one from frotnQueen fromquecmt
Queen Alexandra paying a tine tribute tributeto
to 11 thp man and expressing the hope that thatDr thatDr
Dr Barnardos work would bo kept up upaa
aa 5 au everlasting tribute to lila memory memoryNORWEGIANS mnemuryNOR
NORWEGIANS NOR WE WANS WILL WILLACCEPT Wi LL LLS
S ACCEPT THE RESULT RESULTon RESULTCiiiati4hiia
Ciiiati4hiia Semt Ttiu variomii variomiiiieavspamummi
iieavspamummi cOnmmneit syitlmijI Ill toriliJimS toriliJimSoil
on Hie Iii result of the Karlsta KarlstaTuelopepf OOImferClIC OOImferClICFbo
Tuelopepf Fbo topo of UID nrgt ire indicates that whlt whltsonic
sonic opposition 1 iii probable the result wil wilponciuslon avilhe
he accented by the mnnJor1t as the host hostmOiiCiusiOhi
ponciuslon possible The Verdensgang Verdensgangpqyg Verdeimeganglints
pqyg pqygWe We arc convinced rout liurd that our dclcgatea dclcgateaaccepted lelegatesaccepted
accepted ojily wlmt WH necessjiry iiecessiii y for fortftc lo1tile
tile niulntcimnce of peace and not what whniwould whatwould
would t 1ie 6 pcrjudiolal to the Norwegian NorvclitnpoOlf
poonjf
The papers warn flfl the younger cleinprit lo loavofd toavoIih
avofd noisy dcmonatpitlonB ilenmoiist alionmm whan the theennS be betelimilt
ennS miic rc published as sush danioustra danioustraUQUJJ miemmiomistrumnyali
UQUJJ nyali yal nothing and only damqga ths tii tiieQimimoim
cqmroun cause caaseDJEDIN causeDIED
DJEDIN DIED IN HOSPITAL HOSPITALKJngStQll HOSPiTALKiiigSQlt
KJngStQll N Y Sept 24 i4Qolumiol i4QolumiolCorimcllqs Qolanol QolanolCorncllMs
CorncllMs T 2 WcsthrooK onp of the thebefst thebest
best Hnown Grand Arniyvetorans Army vtoruns in inthe timthe
the state ftled tpday aged 82 years al alIiA LIttjkeldtjletjJiVmi
tjkeldtjletjJiVmi IiA rMrIlAtnwn KHftn StUtO Iir hospital > ct 1 lutint whore a are
he takii mievoriti years mlgp i a tIme tImereuhttoiniuIls
re reuhttoiniuIls uiit ot injuri 8 received during the thecivil
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civil var <
PRINTERS1 PRINTERSSTRIKE STRIKE BROKEN BROKENEmployers BROKENtmployers
Employers Open Omen Their Shops to Non NonUnion NonUnion
Union Men MenThe MenS
S The backbone of the th job printers strilu striluthat mini miniGmat
that was inaugurated here Saturday is ispractically ispractically
practically broken onehalf of the lie men menhaving fleaiiavItmg
having returned to their cases In thr thrslfops if ifmalops
slfops affected by the ho strike the union unionlabel aim a alube
label has been removed and this action actionon actIioil
on the part pnr of the union leaves but oe oeunion u uuiiion
union shop in this place that of G H
Denkers on mi Washington avenue wh < v vthe
the lie union tiiil baa put in an extra force 10 iualto
tolfe alto < ture Ure of time work that lint is expected exIu ed ro 7 7be
be thrown there The union official officialclaim oftiem oftiemcitiirii
claim that limit the job printers are Dimply IIimII IIimIIS
S holding off from rcpQgnlzIug the tigm igmim igmimhiutti
hour day while the employers thcmscuts thcmscutsadmit hiCilisCu t tadnmit
admit that tl9y arg willing to work eigri eigrianU elgimanfl
anU onehalf hours per day and pay pa itu itujnen Ltu Ltummmcmi
jnen for the extra half hour This how however boaevel ¬
ever the men refuse and will fight the theemployers hit hitemployers
employers along other lines linesBabe linesBabe
Babe pies From Dropsy DropsyThe
The 3monthsold daughter of Morris
Frctwcll of this place died at the home homeof homeof
of Mrs FrctweH s mother in Riverdale Riverdaleto
hate to Saturday night of BrightsT Bright disease diseaseand diseaseamid
and dropsy The flhild hlld has been ailing Rilingsiim
since siim m its birth andthe case is one of the themost timemmioat
most remarkable In tills section Learned Learnedphysicians LearnedImInsicians
physicians state that they have heard of
bqt one or two similar cases where a achild aciIlil
child so young vut5 as afflicted with the theabove theabove
above named diseases The he funeral serv ¬
ices will be held on Tuesday next
At t 2 oclock ococt In the ho afternoon at the
Riyerdale Riaerdaie moeUn house funeral services serviceswill servicesavlil
will bo held1 held Interment will be in the theOgden theOgden
Ogden City cemetery cemeteryWill cemeteryWill
Will Rush the Work WorkThe WorkS WorkTime
S The Utah Construction company acting actingupon actingupon
upon a request that they rush the work workof workor
of building their portion of the St An ¬
thony thpnyYoliowstozmc Yellowstone park branch of the
Oregon Short Line have sublet the entire entirework entirework
work covered by their contract J B BDavidsons HDavidsons
Davidsons outfit will move from Twin TwinFallsto TwimiFalls
Fallsto Falls to the proposed route today and andwithin andwithin
within u day or so the hit dirt and rock roclcshould rockshould
should be flying The work will be rushed rushedthrough rushedthrough
through with all possible speed speedBurial speedBurial
Burial of August F Braun BraunThe BrauriThe
The funeral services over the remains remainsof
of the late August F Braun wehe held at atthe tatthe
the German Lutheran church at 2 oclock oclockyesterday oclockyesterday
yesterday afternoon and were largely at attended attended ¬
tended The floral offerings were both bothnumerous boOmnumerous
numerous and beautiful Rev H H Flt Fleer Fleerdelivered r rdelivered
delivered the funeral services In German GermanThe GermanThe
The only other speaker was Joseph Hall Hallwho Hallwho
who had been a llf il long friend of the thedeceased thedeceased
deceased The pall bearers were members membersof
of the Red Men and Eagles fraternal fraternalsocieties fraternalsocieties
societies Interment was in the Moun Mountain Mountalti ¬
tain View cemetery cemeteryOgden cemeteryOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsThe rIefsTime
The Sultan of Suhi Sum is the attrauUon attrauUonat
at the Grand Opera House HouseAttorney IlouseAttorney
Attorney Bert Olson Oiso of Salt Lake was wasa
a visitor In Cden yesterday yesterdayGlenn yesterdayGlenn
Glenn Thompson has returned from a atrip atiip
trip to Portland and to California cities citiesJ
J F McLaujrhlin and George Brady Bradywere Btadywere
were arrested last evening on eu charges of ofdisturblns ofdisturbing
disturbing the oeacc oeaccAt DeaceAt
At 3 oclock this atersoon the Weber Weberclub Webercluli
club committee on thc ne boulevard boulevardtogether botmlevardtogether
together with the city council ana mem members memhers ¬
hers of the press will leave the club clubrooms clubrooms
rooms for a trip over the proposed route routeof routeof
of the new highway hlshwayThe highwayThe
The Utahna nark was closed last night nightfor nightfor
for the season and commencing tonight tonightthe tonighttIme
the Utahna theatre will open for or the win winter winter ¬
ter with the Lulu Sutton company as the theattraction theattraction
attraction General Manager R A Grant Grantannounces Grantannounces
announces the appointment of PeerV Her Herrlck Herrich
rich as manager of the Utahna theatre theatreAnna theatreAnna
Anna Nora WInzler aged SI years of ofTrcmonton ofTremonton
Trcmonton dw ditnabter shter of Mr and Mrs G GM 1 1it
M it WInzler died at the Ogden general generalhospital geneMhospital
hospital yesterday She had undergone undergonean
an operation several days previous and andwas amidWas
was reported to be setting along nicely nicelybut nicelybut
but yesterday took a turn for the worse worseand worseand
and died within a short time The re remains reInaips ¬
mains wore removed to the Rlehey fu funeral funeral ¬
neral parlors and will be shipped to ire Tramonton iremouton
mouton for bqrjal today todayRUSSIA
RUSSIA RIPE RIPEFOR FOR REFORM REFORMViews REFORMViews
Views of o a Professor Just Released ReleasedFrom ReIeiedFrom
From Prison PrisonLondon PrisonLomidon
London Sept 25 25Time Thc correspondent of ofthe oftime
the Tinu Tinunt at St EetflYsbqrg under date dateof dateof
of of Sopt opt SI i gays gaysAn S SAn
An interesting address was given this thtsafternoon thisatternoomm
afternoon before a number mumJer of American Americanand Anmericanand
and British visitors ana and others by b Pro Professor Professpr ¬
fessor Paul M MUikoff liuilik r who was released relouaedfrom releasedfrommm
from prison Saturday Professor Millkoff Millkoffepoko Milikaffrpoio
epoko on the ijollticpl liltunUon lie said saidthat saidthat
that the oleotoral mi caipimign nov opening openingwould openingwould
would find tho Ito leaders ready and the thecountry U1 U1country
country ripe Ho va convihued hut the thecampaign timecampzugi
campaign woum voiilti bo a success and that the therepresentatives therepresentittivcs
representatives composing the first as assembly assembly ¬
sembly in spite of the 110 undoubted Jmper Jmperfectlons mpel mpelfoctions
fectlons of the project would worthily worlftllyvoice worthilyvoice
voice the lie demunda of the nation nationLcwia mmationLcwi
Lcwia Lcwi Nixon the American shipbuilder shipbuilderurged imhipliuilclertmrged
urged the necessity for or organization hy hypolitical byuolitlcui
political pqruttt pqrtbui as the bo btmt t gtiaraiity of ofthe ofthe
the success of the assoinuly and the pros prosperity prtiaperky ¬
perky of the country countrjCUBA countryCUBA
CUBA IS IS1 NOW QUIET QUIETHavana QUIETS QUIETHavana
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Havana Advices Advic jay Disturbances DisturbancesAre
Are AH Past PastWashington Pastasiiiiigtomm
Washington Sent 4 tTlic The Cuban min minister mainistor ¬
ister today received lh lie following dispatch dispatchfrom diepatclmfros
from hs us zrovjfrjmjtnU zovcjnmneml ut t HavanaToo Havana IluvuimmaThe
Too niptuborji of the lie executive board of ofthe ofthe
the liberal party st CJehfuegos ieiifuogos have ad addressed addressed ¬
dressed 4 communication to the muyor muyorwho nmayorwho
who is s Immoderate asking him to express expresstheir
their gratitude to this municipal authori ¬
ties nolle and custom house function functionaries funetioaries ¬
aries for the way thdir lives were Pro Protected lmrotecieml ¬
tected durln the occurrence Friday Fridaywhich lrliiywhich
which caused the Jam death of the bravo chief chiefof chiefof
of police oiici Tvhllp lmlltm doing tlulmi hl Ills duty
There bqe ic hosp aan no disturbance since sincethe sinoctime
the local one mt t Clenfuetros there Is per ner
feet order thrpuahput the hi republic and
tho ho government hasj hits ample mumps to togunra togunrd
gunra gunrd it itrrUc UIhe
< rrUc 3lcetfoS for the loirds were held heldyesterday heldycsterdmmy
yesterday will strict legality and aiim without withoutany withoutany
any disorder Jn Jim almost all tho lie boards boardsthe boardstIme
the moderates won wonCYCLONE wpim1 wpim1CYCLONEIN
CYCLONE IN ITALY ITALYEnormous ITALYEnormous
Enormous Dama0c Dana e Done in the Prov Provinc Provinc
inc of Calabria CalabriaHomo QalaiiriaRome
Homo Sop 34 244mmotimer 4llotnor cyciono to today today ¬
day causeil enormous damage In Calar Calarbrla Calabrla
brla brlaA brlaA S
A gradual clearanito of the buildings buildingsruined bulidimmgsruincti
ruined by the lie recant earthquakes show showthat showthat
that the niim nuimmhuer er p of persons who per perished pemished ¬
ished was greater than glv given n in lh lhfirst timfirst
first estlnat ss Larger Lrgcr numbers o obqdie obpdiu
bqdie are bei belpg diaiovored dally
TlicwqrH of constructing wooden cub cubins citbins
ins updor govornment guvcmlnuvmI sifqqrvisiQn 1 1progressing Ipmogrdsslng
progressing itipidly i1tiii J Tat o Juindrfid hav havaruady liiivaauady
aruady boon tojnnldtefl I and 4000 mon monwill mnorwill
will be uecesfiarV imemoastity tQ > sSloier time home homeIrss lmunmif
Irss if people who arc lexjpwg hi the ral raldepots ritidtj
depots depotsAtcordlng dtj ots otstrordimmg
Atcordlng IP ii 8itatlc 20000 cnttlf cnttlfperished caithcnislmoci
perished cnislmoci during dui iig tile curthquakos curthquakosPLANS euarthmquaicemmPLANS
PLANS BIG BIGOHN CHANGE IN ARMY AgiKIYHcri ARMYChina
China Will IIyc I 1 Milioit Tined Tined1chi
Hcri Ready tor Or ServiceLpndQju Service Scrviccby
by 1010 1010Lpmdom
LpndQju 5tji PRt 5Tlme TJie co rfgnondsnt of ofthe o othe
the MprulnJ sloriiIm1 P68t 4t ghaiishai cays ayir thfti thftiYin thai thaiViii
Yin Tctyu Tcj1amg tie ChfipM inlnlslar at PBT PBTqenfeiui liar liarun
un lait iie0m rstuatleI aiim will be ui uip
p ilmted to a cummmnmummii in tito mmnny uulw uulw4elleiui
qenfeiui luBU uami Shii hl Ti4K Ffi viceroy of Pel PelchH 1 ei eichI
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Time Kiao rqrrcsnoyflont riveti ivcs some In Incrffljtlng Incrosiiim
crffljtlng crosiiim 8litlllcs rusSrding the roorgan
Ration timitluma Pi ii tho h Chlnaas Chimme a ttflfly my lie s say y >
that li the empire wJlT wlj ue tilvlded Jilt
twenty miljlnry digmctj c path jch with fo foui fouioImimit j jBy
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to pay for a Greit Bucks Steel Range or orCook
Cook Stoveor Heiter Surely everybody everybodycan
can have a Bucks now nowS nowSet
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ATTRACTS LESS iiis ATTENTION ATTENTIONThere
There Will Be e No Interference With Withthe Withthe
the Meeting Neetiu of the Zemstvo Con Congress Congress
gress in MOSCOW Today TodayMoscow TodayMoscow
Moscow Sept 24 24OwIng Owing to the fact factthat I Ithat
that there is no danger of police inter interference Interference ¬
ference in the congress of zomstvos and andmunicipal andmunicipal
municipal representatives which opens openshere qpehshere
here tomorrow it Is attracting leas iit iittcntion iittention
tcntion than previous congresses but butthe 1 1the
the subject for or discussion is extremely extremelyImportant I
Important as naItenibracea Itembracea criticism crIthismthe of ofthe
the national assembly project tyhjch tyhjchhad wMcilImad
had not no been announced when the pre previous Urcvious ¬
vious congress met and the formula formulation formulation ¬
tion of a plan of campaign for or the thecoming thecoming
coming elections Though the majority majorityof
of o5f the delegates are apparently willing willingto
to accept the assembly on the present presentlines presantlines
lines as an earnest of further reforms reformsa
a strong minority will present some somevery somevery
very sharp criticisms of the project projectThe projectrime
The deputation from rem Kostroma for forinstance forinstRuct
instance has been instructedthat lnstructed timat the theassembly timassembly
assembly answers neither the wisjie wisjienor wismeSnor
nor the tii needs of the country aTd that thatelections thatclectiomms
elections under the prevailing condi conditions copalltons ¬
tons without freedom of assembly or orof I Iof
of the press are impossible A ralti raltiUon iOltILion
Lion will be proposed pointing put tothe to tothe
the government the imperative neces necessity mioce miocecity ¬
city for granting liberty of meetingand meetingandqf mueoiimg and andof
qf the press Immediately It th thi4 < assem assembly assombly ¬
bly is to be made truly representative representativeThe representativeThe
The sentiments of the people htive been baencanvassed beencanvassed
canvassed by the delegates who will willpresent willpresent
present them to the congress which wbjehundoubtedly whichundoubtedly
undoubtedly will acfcjri accordance with withthem withthem
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of the imperial family on board UIQ im impsriaP iraperipryupumt
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local farmers and fishermen brought broughtgifts broug i igifts
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