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HERAIJ 4 + Established Est blished June 6 1870 SALT ALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY T SDAY SEPTEMBER SEPrE mER 26 1905 Price Five Cents 8IJd In ore nib New York u
BearEnd Collision on the Peinnsyl Peinnsylvania Ptll1 tnnsy1vania syl sylvania
vania Railroad RailroadEXPRESS RailroadEXPRESS RailroadEXPRESS
jHILADBLPHIA lUL DmLPHIA Sont 2 IA A r rear rearand rearr a aand
P r and collision between Lween the th thbound anal analbound elUitbound
bound New York Limited Bxpres Bxprestoday ExprePtoda Bxpretoday
today toda and a local passenger trail trailwhich 11 tretuwhich In Inwhich
which was standing ahmdln at the Paoll sta station station statio
tion tio of the Pennsylvania railroad nine nineteen nineteen nineteen
teen miles west of this thl city re lceultcd lceultcdin ulte ultein <
in the th death of five men and the in injurlng Injuring inJuring
juring of more than twenty others othersThe othersThe otherThe
The dead are
List of Dead DeadPrank DeadIInlnk DeadIrank
Prank A 4 Brastow of Haverford IaverfOr4lera gen general general ¬
eral era agent of the Safety Car Heating HeatingLighting HetttlngLighting He + ttIa ttIaLighting
Lighting company companyGeorge companyGeotg companYGeorge
George M Pennypaeker Philadelphia PhiladelphiaS
S S Walton ltlton Altoona Pa PaRichard PaHlchard PaItichard
Richard Y Garland Narberth NarberthCarl NuberthCarl NarberthCarl
Carl Dunhaur Philadelphia PhiladelphiaInjured PhiladelphiaInjured Phl1e1phIaInjured
Injured InjuredMiss InjuredU InjuredMIie
Miss U X 1 K Spunglw Merchantvlllc MerchantvlllcN
N i Y back hurt hurti
i i Mllent nents X1S me 1M Victor street > > St StLuuis StLuulll StLuuie
Luuis back injured injuredJohn InjuredJohn injuredJohn
John Ford dining dlnln oar cook baek baekhurt baekl1Urt bkhurt
hurt l1Urt1111I
Mrs Lamotte Ursoim hotel ear cut cutt cutmd cutitd
t and shock shocky shockO
< y O Dcnoist Syerold boy 1883 1883Berlin 1633Berlin 63 6313eitn
Berlin avenue St Louis back hurt hurtI hurln
I n E B Bolt Dayton 0 head cut cutP cutF cutF
F A Plaline dining car conductor conductorhfad conductorhfad conductorhtad
hfad Injured InjuredD
4 D MRyan IRan Philadelphia master n nihanic me melhanlc mew
w ihanic in railroad shop arm and two tworibs tworibs twoI
I ribs broken brokenVictims brokenVictims brokenVictims
Victims in Private Car CarM CarI CarM
M I F Elliott Philadelphia face cut cutand cutand Cutand
and arm broken brokenAll brokenAll I
All those thO le who met death ware in the theprivate theprivate I Ilrivate
private car eM I of General Manager Atter Atterury Alterury Atterbury
bury ury which hich was attached to the rear rearut rearuf rearut
ut the local lot al train Mr 11 Atterbury Att rbury te teon 1 1Oh
on Oh his hi vacation in Maine Mainela I IIII
III the car at the time of the collision collisioncre colli ilon ilontre
tre about a dozen men who had been beenengaged beenrnglted beencugHged
engaged In overhauling the car Those Thosewho ThOseho fhoaewho
who ho were not killed were Injured InjuredThe InjuredThe InjuredThe
The force of the collision was RS so sogrfat > > 0 OgUat I Igrl
grfat grl > at that the engine of the limited limitedand i
4 plowed ten feet Into the rlvate > OIlI OIlIand fl fland
and the latter was forced half way waythrough waythrough ay I Ithrouxh
through the day coach ahead aheadTwo ahe JedTwo d dTwo
Two Passengers Aboard AboardAt
At the time ot the accident there thereuere thetetrt therert
uere trt rt less 1 than a halfektsen halttl Rn passenjwii passenjwiion Miasen il il1oJl
on the local train and they were In Inthe Inth c cthe
the th forward coaches i and were not In Injured InJl1led Injiired ¬
jured The engineer and fireman rsrnan of oftin ofth f ftic
tin th limited were not hurt but a adMen adMenp docenperaons docen doeenrers
peraons p rwtUfn on n this U tUn qaJ were injured by bybeing bylItln bybting
being lItln thrwn Rga4nsM seats ma r and the thesidiB theidt theii1
sidiB idt ii1 of the cars carsHundreds earnltundredi an anHundred
Hundreds of railroad raUr acl men from the therds thelrds therds
rds came quickly to the rescue Near Nearly Nearly
ly 1 all th tM injured tnJu Wire teU t once OD placed placedun p1a ed edUII
un tae th JtotC artl rd rdeitrs c cu jr jtf f the local train trainv trainhie trainwhich
v which hich hie wto r rWtto H to this thS city as e a spe special epeLd pe petta1 ¬
cial Ld It stopped 1I1op d at Bryn Mawr Mawrv ManIHe
v lieie IHe u halfdoxen injured were We taken takent
t to tI < > the Bryn Mawr ho hospital pltal and the theothers theot11trt thewere
others were brought here and sent to toarious toariOUB totrioue
arious hospitals hospitalsFour honpitaleFour I I1our
Four of those th who lost their lives livesore livestre I
ore killed almost instantly The fifth fifthII fifthJthard I IIbhllrd
II Ibhllrd hard Garland died in the Unlvw UnlvwMty unlv TJnivsrtity
folly hospital ho pl tal 1 in this city fty tonight tonightCHINA tonilhLCHINA tonightCHINA I
Peace Conditions Not Satisfactory to toCelestial toCelestial
Celestial Empire EmpireWashington EmpireWashincton EmpireWashington
Washington Sept 26 HiThe The Post this thisiiuuning this3iluuing
mowing says > > The Chinese government governmenta
a week or more ago made a formal pro prottst I Ittst
4 ttst to the Russian and Japanese guy governments guycrnmenta O OewmentJi ¬
ernments concerning two of the condi conditions coeditions ¬ i itions
tions set forth in the treaty of peace peacesigned peacsigned peacesigned
signed at Portsmouth Port mouth China objects objectsto
to two things thingsFirst thingsPirllt thingsFirst
First the length of time allowed for fortheevacuation torthf forthevacuation
theevacuation thf iwacuatlon of Manchuria and sec sectnd secvrtd > > ec ecow
tnd ow the provisions made for an armed armedguard IlMI14H1a armedguard
a guard for the railroad lines owned by byttussia byHl1 by4uss1a
< < ttussia Hl1 sla and Japan in Manchuria China Chinabelieves Chinnlwllevos Chinabelieves
believes that nine months is entirely entirelysufficiently entirelytulIklently entirelyut11cientIy
sufficiently to win In which Japan and andIlussia andnussla and1tissla
Ilussia shall evacuate Manchuria in instead instead instead ¬
stead of twelve months provided for in inthe Intht inthe
the peace treaty The provision made madefor madefor madefor
for guarding the railroad the Chinese Chinesecontend Chlnuellntentl Chinesetntentj
contend contemplates an armed force forceof forceot forceof
of probably 10000 men in Chinese ter territory territory Eecritory ¬
ritory The Chinese government re regards regards regards ¬
gards the maintenance of guards in inManchuria IIIanchurla litManchuria
Manchuria anchurla au a such slxe as a menace menaceai UW1aeftt 1tlonacZl >
ai tt Zl < d it does not propose to agree to such sucha suchYELLOW
a t plan planYELLOW planYELLOW
Coal Passer From Colon in Quaran Quarantine Quarantine Quarantine ¬
tine Hospital HospitalNew HospitalNew HospitalNew
New York Sept 38 iknother Another case of oCellow oEellow
j jyellow
yellow ellow fever WHS w wa reported today at atthe atthl atth
the th quarantine hospital on Swinburne Swinburneisland SlnburneIsland Swlnburntisland
island Health Officer Om er Doty Do gave v out outUic outIH outlie
Uic IH following tonowln statement this tIiI evening eveningJoe eenlnxJoe eveningJoe
Joe Macaira aged SO O a coal passer passerof PRMlerof passerof
of the steamer Havana from Colon Colcnvas Colona Colonsas
vas a removed to the hospital on Sun Sunday Sunay Sunday ¬
day ay morning Macaira wan as sick lck on the thepassage th thasBage thepassage
passage from Colon about two days daysbefore daysbfre daysbefore
before arrival The ships shtp doctor had hadhim hadbim hadbini
him under treatment and kept him Iso Isolated isolated ¬
lated and on arrival at quarantine re reported repOl reported ¬ r
ported pOl too the case ctl to Dr Doty The man manias ntanaspromptl manwas
was aspromptl promptly transferred transt rrec1 to the hos hospital hospital boapita ¬
pital where he developed yellow ellvw fe fen fetl feMacaim
n Macaira is very sick si < k and Dr DriKity DrAy DrpIty
pIty Ay considers his condition as seri serious Hrlus sortous ¬
ous us The Havana arrived in port portSunday pOrtunday portunduy
Sunday the 24th from Colon She was wasfive wasThe as asfive
five days and ten hours on the t e pas passage passage 8s 8ssagf ¬
sage No communication was ws u necrate necratetcd necmttted t8aftHitcd
tcd on board with the sick wan wanNORWEGIANS an anNORWEGIANSAPPROVE 8 8NORWEGIANS
Concessions to Sweden Necessary to toFuture toFuture toFuture
Future Peace PeaceChristian PeacechriiUsnltt PeacethristMnls
Christian Sept 3t NML All indications indicationspoint IndleaUonaJolnt Jndleatkisjotnt
point to the acceptance by Norwegians Norwegiansgenerally NortegiaaI
I A generally of the terms ternt tern of tile agreement agreementreached qrecmaentrealhed agreementreached
reached at Karlstad though at present presentcome lHeMent80me prroentaome
come otrsons are inclined to severely severelyiriticlse sterebIrlUcise severelyrlticise
iriticlse the Norwegian commissioners commissionersfor oomm IIIlonen IIIlonenr
for r conceding so much to Sweden As far fara tarat faras
a at > the Associated soetatd Press has been Men able to toascertain toascertain toatrtaIn
ascertain the result meets the approval approvalof
of the great bulk of conservative con ervatlve opinion opinionThe opinionThe opinionThe
The press prt as a whole accepts the situa situation situation sIt sIttion ¬
tion though a few Chauvinists continue to tovoice tovoico tovoico
voico their opposition to the agreement agreementThe agreementThe agreementThe
The provincial press also appears to ac accent acCot accent ¬
cent the result with equanimity equanimityThp
Thp Tli Verdens Gang this thl morning says saysWe saysWe ya yaWe
We must acknowledge that our dele delegates delei deleg4tes ¬
gates i US obtained as a much as possible and andthat andthat slidthat
that a largo majority of the people of ofthe ottbE ofthe
the nation acree with the delegations delegationsthat elecatiOfttfthat
that the question At fortification na was wa of ofsecondary otsecondar ofseeondaryPOrtan0e
secondary seeondaryPOrtan0e QiIOR 4fl5Port portance < conaldfU1M n W rlnK the un undoubted undoubt usiotibted
doubted doubt 1 R ioSferUy rU city obtained by i Norway Norwayhe a ahe sa sathe
the he result of the ht te convention
IN OLD MOSCOW MOSCO1Representative MOSCOWRepresentative MOSCOWRepresentative
Representative of the Governor Gen General General GenT General
T eral Present PresentREPORTERS PresentRE PresentREPORTERSALSO
ftn qSCOr Sept S Pt 2The The congress oJ oJthe ot otlh ofLVI
MOSCOW M LVI the lh representatives of the zehv zehvstvQS zem zemIiItVQS zemstvqs
stvQS and J municipalities in the theinterior theInterior thOInterior
interior of f Russia Uiillia and of the Pol Polish PolII Pottab ¬
tab II Lithuanian LUhwwan ttn provinces began gRn to today today today ¬
day at t the residence re ldence of 0 Prince Tcher Tcherbatoff Tcberbatoe Tcherbatoff
batoff under the presidency of Count CountHeyden CountHeydtn CountI1eydii
Heyden one orie of the marshals of the no nobllity noblllt nobutt
bllity blllt who presented to the emperor th thpetition the thepetition thepetition
petition drawn up by the last Russian Russianzemstvo RU8SlanIftnstvooontness RussianZelnatvo
zemstvo Iftnstvooontness IftnstvooontnessA oongress oongressA OIflgOBsA
A reartjsenuitivo of General Durnovo Durnovogovejmor Durnovogovernor Durnovogovernor
governor general of Moscow Mo cOw was wa present presentwith pre presentwith ent entwith
with Instructions to stop > > top the meeting ii iithe Jrthe Itthe
the provtaienN under which the delegates delegateswere delegateswere leiagateswere
were permitted to assemble a emble should be beviolated beiolated beViolated
violated These conditions On ltJofls provide that thaithe thatthe thatthe
the sittings should not be public that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the president should not allow any de departus deKrtus departus
partus Krtus from the lines IIn mentioned in the theprogramme thoprOfKmme theprogramme
programme and that the speakers should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be permitted l rmttted to say anything that thatwlxht thatmlKht thatmight
might cause racial excitement Repre Representatives RepreaenLaUeaI Ilepresentauves ¬
sentatives of the lte press re s however were wereallowed werealt wereallowed
allowed alt wed to attend but the accounts in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Russian papers will be censored censoredResolution censoredResolution censoredResolution
Resolution Adopted AdoptedThe AdoptedThe
The congress adopted a resolution call calling callIn calllag ¬
lag In < < for the organization of a general generalxenwtvo generalaeHt generalzesstvo
xenwtvo aeHt to bureau and declarln that thQ therepresentatives thQre thqreiresentatIves
representatives re entatives ot the zemstvos in the thecities theclUe thecitle
cities clUe should participate in the Gosudarstv Gosudarstvennaia Gosudarstvonnala Gosudanitvonuala
ennaia dooma the lower house of the thenational thenational thenational
national assembly organizing therein an anunited anunited anunited
united majority IURJ rlt for their own interests interestsana Interestsaud Interestsaua
ana the th furtherance of their work in the thecause thecause thecause
cause ot C liberty libertyOnly libertyOnly libertyOnly
Only two speakers were in favor of boy boycotting boycotting boycottlug ¬
cotting bureaucracy burNucrllcyeral
Several eral of the Polish Lithuanian dele delegates deleg1ttes delegtef4
gates made heated speeches They de declared deelare tiedared ¬
dared elare that if the Russian intellectual intellectualclaeses intellectualclalses Intellectualclasses
classes are not to be represented in the thedauma thedouma thedonina
dauma the border lands would be left leftte left1ft leftto
te fight the struggle for liberty alone aloneThe alonerhe aloneThe
The Siberian delegates petitioned that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the right of suffrage be extended to Si Siberia SIberIa Stberla ¬
beria aa soon as possible possibleAfter llOSBlbleAfter possibleAfter
After a lengthy debate the following followingresolution followingreaolntlon foltowingresolution
resolution Was vas 8 adopted adoptedWill adoptedW adoptedWill
Will W ill Do For a Starter StarterThe Starterrim
The aomstvo and am municipal congress congressconsiders consr consreolUdders congresscolisidera
considers that the national douma will willnot willnot wiltnot
not give national representation in the thethat thetrue thetrue
true aene nIc Having h itt view Iew however howeverthat
that the th electoral assemblies aSl emblies uniting unlttn a agreat aeat agreat
great eat part of the social forces of the theempire theempire
empire may ma serve as rallying points for forthe forthe forthe
the general ne1Jt1 movement looking to the at attainment attalnftlent attahiment ¬
tainment of political freedom treed om this con congress conCnN congross ¬
CnN recognizes the necessity nece sity tor those thoseRussian thoseRuulan thoseRussian
Russian cltheens who ho are united on the thepresent theprHent thepresent
present programme formulated by the thexemstvo thesemstvo
xemstvo congresses to seek to enter the thedouma thedouma thedouma I
douma in the largest numbers numbr possible possibleperforming possibleprtorlnlng possibleperforming
performing there thtre a I united group with ith the theobject theojec theobject
object ojec prtorlnlng of obtaining obtahtng guarantees guarantee of personal personalliberty lersonallirty personalliberty
liberty lirty and an equality equalityOun eualty eualtyOU equalityOne
One OU hundred hundre and thirteen thirten aemstvoista aemstvoistaand 3emstvoilts 3emstvoiltsand emstvoistsand
art at attending uttending attending ¬
and sixtysix ixtYlix municipal municpal delegates delegate
tending the congress congressCLUBBED consrei consreiCLUBBED congressCLUBBEDBVBURGLAR
consreiG G
New N W York Girl oPJd oundIns imd Insensible Ins nsjble in inthe inthealw inthellaliway
the thealw thellaliway Hallway y of Her 1 r 1b1e Htane BtheRdb BtheRdbber Rob Robber R b bbel
ber bel Escaped EscapedXew
New e York Sept 8ept 25 25lrene Irene Grossman Grossmana
a H girl Irl of 16 H 1 years was wa found clubbed clubbedinto clubbe clubbedInto
into insensibility tnnslbUt in the hallway hllay of her herhome herbm herhome
home bm early ely today ta The attack atack was wasthe wa wasthe
the culmination culminaton of a series slle of nightly nightlyentries nlght nightlyentries
entries entll in the Grossman GrOiman private prlate res residence re resldenee ¬
idence Idenc which were ere intended Intende to en enforce enforce enforce ¬
force by black b k hand method pay paymenu payments paYnents
menu of f money lnne for immunity from fromattack flomattck frofliattack
attack attck Beginning Friday night a ne negro neisite nero ¬
gro ro visited isite the he house nightly nighty appear appearing appeal appealonl appearlag ¬
lag only onl to Miss 18 Grossman Grosman and escap escaping escp escpIn escaPlug ¬
lug In when frightened flihened by her screams screamsDespite screamsDeiltUe screamsDesptte
Despite DeiltUe the lookout lokout set for him by bythe b bthe bythe
the family Iunly he succeeded today in inreaching inr inreaching
reaching r chlng Miss 1 Grossman Groman before she shehad sheh shehad
had h d a I cance c8ce to give gle warning warningThe wrning wrning1he warningThe
The 1he girls brother told the police polce that thathis thatnis thathis
his sister Bter had started started for an early earlymorning earlyJnrhag earlymornIng
morning Jnrhag walk when she was attacked attackedHe atacked atackedHe
He heard herd her scream srem and ran fl Onto Ontothe nto ntothe ntothe
the hallway halW where he found her un unconscious uneoUlus Unconscious ¬
conscious eoUlus but saw sw nothing of the theman theman theimmediately
man manImmediately manImmetely
Immediately Immetely after afer the clubbing the thepolice thCplce thepolice
police plce found two pictures in the Gross Grossman Grol ¬
man utn home with ith their faces face fac turned to tothe toth tothe
the th wall aU and ad notes not demanding demandlnr money moneywritten moneyrIUen moneyrILten
written on the backs backi On the back backof backof
of t a photograph photDlh of Mrs n Grossman Gro mln was waswritten waswriten waswritten
written writtenWe writen writtenVe
We expect e qJt t M from you ou B F C COn COn
On the back bak of one of her daughters daughterspictures daughterspictures
pictures was w written writen in the same samehand samehand
hand handWe ad
adVt We W Vt expect expet 260 hO from you ou B F C CIn CIn CIn
In the two previous visits visit to the thehouse thehouse
house ou e the burglar had stolen several severalvaluable severalvaluable
valuable pictures piturls and more than 1400 1400worth 400 400worth 4O0worth
worth of silverware silverwareMl slherwareM1 silverwareMise
Ml M1 Mise s Grossmans injuries Injurie are ar not notbelieved notbeleved notbelieved
beleved believed to be dangerous dangerousMADE dangerousMADE dangerousMADE
Sti Still 9 Appendicitis Appcndicits Caused Death of ofWel ofWeilKnown
WelljKnown Wel Known Writer WriterNew Writerew WriterNew
New ew York York Sept SPt 26Miss lUI MIss Virginia VIrginia Nibs NllesLeeds Nies NiesLHs NibsLeeds
LHs Leeds a well I known k own author and Ind contrib contribitor contributor contrlbutor
utor to magazines lnaslne is dead ded at the Syden Sydenlam Syten Sytenlam Syden11am
lam 11am lam hospital Oltl as l the result reul of an operation operationfor operton opertonfor
for atipendlettjk Ipndltt wiendkltls which she underwent underwentt
last lt t Sunday Suncv She wag wat born brn in this city cityind ciy ciyan cityand
and was 18 ST S years Mf old Miss 18 Leeds latest latestivork latestwork latestwork
an work was the te srie series of Virginias VJrlnias Curl CurlPapers CurlPapr CurlPapers
Papr Papers which have been running in the theiierald thoH theHerald
Herald H HeraldIn iieraldIn rld rldIn
In one of these articles rUel which appeared appearedi appered apperedtaw
a i taw weeks weks o ago o Miss MIM Leeds Les depicts delicts delictsprtl a atarty aparty
party tarty ef r fashionable women at a luncheon luncheonVppendicitiM luncheonAPlclH luncheonAppendicitis
Appendicitis prtl is i the subject lubjt of conversa conversalon conversaton conversaion
APlclH ton lon and nd one of the guests JNts speaks spok about aboutan
an in operation O an rUon she he underwent underwentHow unewent unewentHow underwentHow
How perfectly preUy lovely lovl exclaims Mrs MrsE MrsT
T I E But tell tel me how o many stitches stehe9 did didOU didyou didyou
you OU nave bve My 1y own gashwas gash vas nearly nerly four fournvhas fourlnn fourInehon
nvhas lnn you know knowAnother known knowAnotier
Another n r guest remarks remrts Did I tell tel you youhat youthat youthat
that I am I to underzo und r o my operation next nextveek nextw nextweek
week w k n flr > r Carver Crer seta et Cts to vork Thurs Thurslay Thursday hurs hursdl
lay dl Its the t Very sry ry day of the coaching coachingwrade coachingnde coachingparade
parade wrade nde Isnt that simply limpl awful But Buthere Butr BLItthcie
here r wasnt wat another IUlotur day d of the month monthfeat monthtt tnonthtiiat
feat tt I could conklapare spare so s that tat I simply had hada hadIa
1 Ia a give tuk in He Holmpy H Are simply forbade fobde me coming comingoday comingty comingtoday
today ty But if i you yout are ar going otnl to be oper operated operate operted ¬
ted on you u might as well wel give them a aot alo alot
ate lo lot ot of Of work wok te t allt 4o Heavens HeI what a 8 pain painii pin pinb painta
ta ii n mv v side sideMisti 114 eLdeMule
b Mule Lede was stricken stJcken with wJh appen appenItcltts appenlclU appentilcitis
Itcltts lclU beet Saturday SaturdayNOMINATED Satrda SatrdaNOMINATED SathrdayNOMINATED t
Norwich eonn Sept 26 2Mayor 2MayorCharles Mayor MayorCharles IayorCharles
Charles F Thayr hyr of this city was waslominated wasnoinate wasnomInated
nomInated noinate for congress congre at 8t the third thirdItatrict thirddwtrlct thirddistrict
district Democratic Demortc convention cnYenUon today todayo todayt
t to o fill tl the vacancy VIQncy caused cuse by the res resgnation resIgaton rcaIguation
gnation Igaton of Prank Frnk E Brandegee re rejently reconty recontly
jently conty chosen choset senator to succeed tin tinate thtJate thulate
ate Orville Orvile H Platt Plat Edwin W Yo Big Higins Biggin Riggins
gin gins ins of this city is the Republican Republcn nom nomnee nomIn nommoe
In moe nee ee
Washington Sept SS LUnited Unlted Unied States Statesonator Stato StatesSenator
Senator J R J JL Burtons trial has again againteen agln aglnb0n againbeen
b0n been teen postponed PBtlJnf Witnesses Wlnef for the theovernmant theo thegovershuent
govershuent overnmant o rnmfnt were today toa notified notfod that thathe thatthe thatthis
the he ease ose woul would be b culled tmhIudOcL UodOct Oct ST T The TheIrst Thort Thefirst
first rt juupoenaji UbpOfl Isauofl l5uo in the thorotrlli thorotrlliwere rotrlal rotrlalvere rotriulere
were ere for Oct 8 t
DAYS BY JUD6OmanaGouncilmen JUDGE JUDGEomahQ JUDGEOniaCoundilmen1Sent
OmanaGouncilmen omahQ OniaCoundilmen1Sent uncimenl uncimenlSent Sent Up Uvor for Yip Viql Yiplating
lating l ting tin Injunction InjunctionSUPREME Injuncton InjunctonSUPREME InjunctionSUPREME
OMAHA O MAlTA Sept 26 26Five Five Flccty city council councilmen counci councilmen
men Dybftll Baoh Bvans Bv 1van Hunting Huntington Buntng Buntngton
ton and Schroeder SohroQer were W ro today tQdlY sen sentenced sentenced seatenced
tenced to thirty thlrt days In II Jail j t and to pa pathe pay paythe paythe
the costs of on injunction Injuncton suit for vio violating violaUns viohating
hating the provisions of which they wer wersentenced were weresentenced weresentenced <
sentenced These five members of th thcouncil the thecounci thecouncil <
council counci were enjoined by Judge Suttoi Suttoifrom Sutun Sutuntram Suttunfrom
from passing an ordinance or lnance entering int intarf Into Intoan intoan <
arf an agreement ageement with wih the Omaha Omaha Gas com company comlum cornPany
pany lum for the extension of a R a gas sal franchise franchiseThey franchisrh franchiseThey
They rh were served with the th injunction InJunQton o othe of ofthe ofthe
the court but b t passed PRI d the ordinance th thfollowing the thefulpwlns thefollowing <
following fulpwlns day They fhe ware cited for con contempt contempt contempt
tempt and were given the sentence sentenc men menHoned mentoned teentloned
Honed toned They were placed in the custoc custocot custocy custocyot custoY custoYof
ot the sheriff sherf to be held until unt 5 oclock oclockat
at which time tme their counsel who asked askeithe askedthe askedthe
the supreme court for a stay of execu execution executon execulion
lion ton shall have hay a decision deoslon from the high higher
er body bodyLincoln bodyLIncoln bodyLincoln
Lincoln Neb Sept Sapt 25 2hief 25Chief Chief Justice JusticHolcomb JusticeHolcomb ustce ustceHolcomb
Holcomb of the supreme court tonight tonlghgranted tonightt1nted tonightgranted
granted t1nted H j stay in favor of the five Omaha Omuhicity Omahaci Omahacity
city ci councilmen councimen adjudged guilty guiy of con contempt contempt contempt
tempt of court and and atjldged sentenced to jail jul Th Thcase The Thecnse Thecase
case will come up in the regular order ordein orderIn
in the supreme court cOlrt the councilmen councimen ii iithe in inthe inthe
the meantime to remain at liberty libertyFEVER UbertyI libertyFEVER
Situation Siuation in Mississippi Gives Cause CauseFor CauseFor CauseFor
For Alarm Alarhprovement AlarmImprovement Improvement at atNew atNew atNew
New Orleans OrleansJackson OrleansJackson
Oreans OreansJakon
Jackson Jakon Miss lss Sept 25 2 25The The yellow yellowfever yelow yelowfever yellowfever
fever infection at Hamburg Is spread spreading spreading spreadleg ¬
ing rapidly nine new cases c8s four sus suspicious suspicious suspicious ¬
picious cases case and one death being re reported reported reported ¬
ported today Roxie reports one new newcase newca newcase
case ca e and one death deathNew deathNew deathNew
New Orleans OrCns Sept 25 26Report Report to 6 6p 6p 6P
p m mNew I lUNew
New cases 37 total total totalDeaths 2S6S 2S6SDeaths 86
Deaths 3 total 370 370New 370New 370New
New foci 7 7Cases 7Cac 7Cases
Cases Cac under undertretm undertroatinqnt treatment < mt 5S2 5S2Discharged S S SDischarged
Discharged 2126 2126Reason 16 16Reason 1 1Reason
Reason for a continued contnued hopefulness hopefulnessthat hopefulnes
that yellow elow fever will wi be practically practOl a amemory amemory amemory
memory on the date scheduled scheuled for the thevisit theIsit thevinit
visit Isit of President Presld nt Roosevelt was found foundby foundby foundby
by the authorities authorite in todays report reportwhich reportwhich
which was exceedingly encouraging in inthe Inthe inthe
the matter mater of new cases after the low lowdeath lowdeath lowdeath
death report for Sunday also indicated indicatedthat Indicatedthat indicatedthat
that the fever now no prevailing prevaing is of a acomparatively acomratvely acomparatively
comparatively comratvely light lght type typeThe typeThe typeThe
The great majority majoriy of the new cases casesbeing cl casesbeing
being reported lately come from the sev seventh 8e 8eenth 50euth ¬
enth and eighth wards which developed developedinto d velope
into the real battle batle ground ound of the t e fever fevercampaign fevf fevercampaign
campaign cmpaig as soon as l8 the situation siuaton in the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original infected Infeted district dlstrct began bgan to get un under under untier ¬
der control Todays Toda report shotfs most mostf mot motQt mostQf
Qt f the Ue new W easee eS ease in that tblt territory terrtr
News ews from th tht the country cOntry indicated Indicate twe twenow tW8now twanow
now points point of infection infeton one in AVoyellas AVoyellasparish Avel AoyeIlasparish
lab parish prIsh and another in Assumption ssumpton par parish plr plrI parlab ¬
ishTerre I
Terre Bonne parish parsh Ho two days dly reported reportedfortyseven roportf reportedfortyseven
fortyseven new cases eaS0 four deaths Pat Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
terson twentysix new cases casesPensacola cses csesPencola casesPensacola
Pensacola Pencola Via Sept Set 25 2Twent Twentyfive Twentyfivenew fe fenew
new cases CAs of yellow yelow fever feer were reported reportedby
by physicians to the state health belth office officefor ofuicor
for or the twentyfour hours hour ending at 6 Coclock 6oclock 6oclock I
oclock tonight This makes tnake thirtyfour thirtyfourcases thirtyfourC
cases C for Sunday and Monday onda One death deathwas deathwaR deathwas
was reported today tO8 The situation situaton to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night is rather discouraging dic9 ragins as the cases casesare C8S easesare S I
are scattered scattred all al over the city elt and all allhope al althope
hope of checking the disease before the theappearance theappeaance j
appearance of frost has been bn practically practicallyabandoned prcUcaIy prcUcaIyabndoned pracUcallyabandoned
abandoned appaance abndoned Four cases ca s of yellow yelow fever feverhave feverhave i
have developed teeloped oh board bard the German Germansteamer Germansteamer I
steamer Bremen which has just finished finishedloading fnlshld finishedloading
loading loding for Bremen Brtmen and the patients patent were weretonight weretonight weretonight
tonight brought ashore and placed in a ahospital ahospital ahospital
hospital The steamer was discharging dischargingballast dlscharJing dlscharJingblast dischiargiiigbahiast
ballast blast at Palafox Wharf for several days daysbefore daysbefore daysbefore
before beginning to load an outward cur curgo curgo curgo
go and ant it is thought theughfrthme the Infection infecton took tookplace tookplace I Ipace
place there Captain Martin Martn was the first firstone frst firstone I Ione
one afflicted affcted and had entirely entrel recovered recoveredbefore reovere recoveredbefore I
before bfore his illness ines was known known The vessel vesselis vesel
is now undergoing fumigation fumigationACTIVITY fumigaton fumigatonACTIVITY fumigationACTIVITY I
Proclamation Proclamaton of Peace Brings Old OldTime OldTime OldTime
Time Prosperity ProsperityVladivostok ProsperityVadivostok ProsperityVladivostok
Vladivostok Vadivostok Sept Sept2The 25 2gThe The oldtime oldtimebusiness oldtme oldtmebusines oldthnebusiness
business busines activity actviy of this city ciy has been beenrapidly beenrapidly
rapidly rpidly returning since the proclama proclamation proclamaton proclamation ¬ I
tion ton of peace The inhabitants who left lefthere lef lefthere
here during the trouble are returning returningcommercial returningcommercial returningcommercial
commercial and industrial Industral life le is re resuming resuming resuming ¬
suming and foreign steamers st mers and Inl nji sail sailing si sailing ¬
ing vessels esels with freight are already alreadyarriving alread alreadarriving alreadyarriving
arriving Fortyfive ortfve steamers steamer are ex expected expeltet cxpeeted ¬
pected peltet from Hongkong and Shanghai Shanghaisoon
soon soonThe 800nThe soonThe
The municipal municipl authorities authorios have re received receivcd received ¬
ceived inquiries InquirIe from roni thirty American Americanfirms Aerican Aericanfrm Americanfirms
firms frm concerning the acquirement of ofbusiness ofbusine ofbusiness
business busine quarters < at It Vladivostok Vlndlvo tok Jap Japanese Japanese Japanemic ¬
anese firms frms are also als coming in and are arepreparing arepreparing arepreparing
preparing to lease lease ground grount on which to toerect toeret toerect
eret erect buildings buidings Russians are also al o or organizing organlzlnJ organizlug ¬
ganizing ganlzlnJ companies to deal doalIn in far east eastern eastern eastem ¬
em ern products productsCONVICT productsCONVICT productsCONVICT
Reno Nov Sept 25 25ohn John Read a aonvlct aconvict aconvict
convict under sentence of thirteen thirteenrears thirteenyears thirteenyears
years for attempt atempt to murder commit commited committed committed
ted ed several months ago on a freight freightrain freighttrin freighttrain
rain trin between bet ween Truckee Cal Cal and this thisIty thiscity thiscity
city Ity escaped from the state stae peniten peniteniary penitentiary
iary tary at Carson today by b climbing clhnblnS a avater awater awater
water pipe and scaling scnlng the walls wala while whilehe whie whiethe whilethe
the he guards were being changed He Hevas Hewas Hewas
was gone half hal an hour before his hi ab absence absence absence ¬
sence was discovered discoveredSpecial ahlcoveredSpeCial discoveredSpecial
Special SpeCial guards and Indian trailers trailersvere trJers trJerswere trailerswere
were immediately started in im pursuit pursuitnit pursuitbut pursuitbut
but Read RCd has ha thus far kept klDt out of oflight orsight ofsight
sight The trail has hal been followed as asar asfar asfar
far ar as Glenwood a a station staton on Lake LakeTahoe LakeTahoe LakeTahoe
Tahoe The convict headed toward towardPruckee towardTruckee towardTruckee
Truckee whore it i la 15 thought hfc h will wille wi viilbe
be > e captured capture He is still sUI wearing wearng the thejonvict theconvict theconvict
convict garb and so far as a a known knowns kl0wn kl0wnIs
Is s unarmed unarmedJ1EAN unarmedMEAN unarmedMEAN
Canadians Preparing to Use Larger LargerSized LargerSlzcd LargerSized
Sized Guns GunsOttawa GunsOttawa GunsOttawa
Ottawa Sept 25 2The 2The The department of ofnarlne otmarino ofmarine
marino and fisheries f5herle6 has referred to tohe tothe tothe
the he imperial governmont the question questionf quelthm quelthmof
of f supplying tupplylng the th Canadian cruiser Vigi Vigiant Viglllnt Vigihunt
ant llnt with wih quick fire fre 3pound guns Of Oficials orfcluls Officiabs
icials fcluls here believe belcc that under the theRushBagot theRushBagot theRushBagot
RushBagot treaty of 1817 they can canship canship canship
ship guns of that size but it I has bes b bn bnconsidered n nonsidered nconsidered
considered desirable delrabte to consult consul the im imerlal impellat unpeiIai
pellat > erlal government before taking taklg the thestep thestep thestep
step If I governfent the answer from London Is Isavorable Isfavorble isfavorable
favorable favorble four quick firing fring 3pounders 3poundersvill 3 puldes puldeswi
will wi be at oncp on forwarded from Hall Haliax Hal Hallfax
tax ax and placed on o board boa the Vigilant Visflantm Vutant Vutantem
em m Lake Erie Tand aeolsve Isl step ftePd will wille willbe I
be > e takon to stop stQPlh an4l the wHQlesale 1Qleae poach poachng poachIng poachlag
lag ng by American flspormen 1hl ormen
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The FarmeruWel ParmerWellI I Guess Il Ill Have to Go Back ack to Work Gel Der Dern I It
Thirty Thr Carpenters and Bricklayers BricklayersCarried ErioklayerCarried roklayel roklayelCared
Carried Cared With It ItSCORE I ISCORE ItSCORE
BUFFALO r UFFALO N Y SepL 26 25Wlth 2fltlm With a aJ I Icrah acrahh
B J crash that could be heard herd for forblocks forblocks forblocks
blocks a threestory brIck brick build building buid buiding building ¬
ing under course curse of construction constr cton on onWest onYotFelr onWest
West YotFelr Ferry street collapsed cOlapSd tpis t is after afternoon afer afernoon afterIoon ¬
noon carrying carying down with wih It J thirty thirtybricklayers thlly thllybrickhlers thirtybricklayers
bricklayers and ald carpenters carpenter who whowere whowereat were wereat nereat
at work in and on top toV to of ofthe the structure structureA stpu ture tureA
A score of men were injured eight elg of ofthem oCthem ofthem
them seriously serousl They are areHarry areHarry areHarry
Harry Craig Claig skull skul fractured cturcd inter internally internal internahly ¬
nally nal injured will wi die dieRobert dieRobert dieRobert
Robert Deitchman internally interntly injured injuredJoseph injuredJoseph injuredJoseph
Joseph B Sander badly bruised bruisedBenjamin brulsa bruisedBenjamin
Benjamin Bolbel cut and bruised bruisedEdxvard bruisedEdward bruisedEdward
Edward Flower legs broken brokenFrancisco brken brkenFrancisco brokenFrancisco
Francisco Jacobonl cut and bruised bruisedFrank bruisedFrank bruisedFrank
Frank Hamm boss carpenter ankles anklessprained anklessprined anklessprained
sprained sprined cut and bruised bruisedCharles bruisd bruisdCharlos bruisedCharles
Charles Popzehle bruised about head headand hed hedand headand
and body bodyTile bod bodThe bodyThe
The other workmen sustained cuts cutsand cutsand cutsand
and bruises but were able to go to their theirhomes thei theirhomes
homes The building buiding was owned by bY J JJ JJ JJ
J Crowley of 310 West Ferry Forr street streetMorris streetIorris streetMorris
Morris Allen Alen had the contract contlct for the themasonry thomasonry themasonry
masonry and their men were working workingon
on the third story stor when the west W0t wall wallwent waUwent wallwent
went down carrying with wih it I a portion portionof porton portonof
of the front of the building buiding and a 8 sec section secton seetimi ¬
S tion ton of the rear Nlr wall wallFREE wal walFREE wallS wallFREE
Socialists Socl Socialists lsts Took Part in a Mass Meet Meeting Meeting Meeting ¬
ing at Budapest BudapestBudapest BudapestBudapest BudapestBudapest
Budapest Sept 25 25The The executive executivecommittee executve executvecommitee executivecommittee
committee commitee of the coalition coalton parties parUe in inthe Inthe inthe
the Hungarian diet today decided to tosummon tosummon tosummon
summon a general conference of all al K Kparties h hpartes e eparties
parties partes forming the coalition coalton Oct i for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose o of arriving at a 8 comiij corU cornn cornnagreement i iagreement iagreement
agreement on the answer to be inude inudeto mudeto
to the conditions conditons imposed by b th thft klng klngemperor klngemperor kingemperor
emperor The committee commitee also decided decidedto
to invite invie to the conference conferenceahi all al deputies deputiesoutside doputo doputooutside doptitiesoutside
outside the coalition coalton who desire to par participate partcipate particlpate ¬
tion ticipate tcipate in the defence of the constitu constitution confllu confllutJn conetitutlbn ¬
tionAbout tJn
About a hundred thousand persons personsgathered peronsgathered personsgathered
gathered outside the Independence In JEndence club clubtonight clubtonight clubtonight
tonight and gave gve a great ovation ovaton to tothe toUle totIme
the coalition coalton leaders Francis Francs Kosutliand KOfsul Kosutli Koasuthand
and Count Apponyi made speeches in inAvhich inwhich inwhich
which they exhorted the people to act actprudently actprudenty actprudently
prudently prudenty impressing upon them mat matthe lnutthe tnuttime
the struggle must be fought within wihin the thelimits th thlmis thelimits
limits lmis of the law The he socialists sOla1st at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to interrupt the speakers und undthis vcldthis andthis
this led to a free fight which whih necesai nacf necessitated j
tated the interftrence of the police policeONE poUceI poUceONE policeONE
Explosion of Powder in a New York YorkFireworks YorkFireworks YorkFireworks
Fireworks Factory FactoryNew FactoryNew FactoryNew
New York Sept 25 2 25By By the explosion explosionof
of a large quantity quanty of powder the fire fireworks fre freworks tireworks ¬
works factory of Joseph Speizo in inGreenpoint inGreenpolnt inGreenpoint
Greenpoint was totally destro destroyed to today toda today ¬
da day Speizos IGyearold son Antonio Antoniowas Antoniowas Antoniowas o
was instantly Instanty killed kiEd and his wife and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two younger boys and a workman were wereseriously wereseriously wereseriously
seriously injured The explosion shook shookbuidings shookbuildings j
buidings buildings within witin J1 a radius of a mile mUe and andfor andfor andfor
for a time tme It was thought that many manypersons manypersons i ipersons
persons had been killed killedWhat kied kiedVhat killedWhat
What caused the explosion could not notbe notbe notbe
be learned learnedNEW leared learedNEW learnedNEW
+ Oyster Bay Sept 26 2fPrefddent 2fPrefddentRoosEvel 25President 25PresidentRoosevelt President + f fRoosfvelt
+ Roosevelt RoosEvel today signed an a oxeou Oecl executive + ftlve
+ tlve tvc order creating creatng the Dixie for toret or oreat + fest
+ est et reserve resere In Utah The new re reserve reserve reserve +
+ serve embraces embrces 465900 acres 9t 91per Otper + f fper
+ per cent of which is public publc lands landsIn landsIn + fIn
+ In Washington Washinton and Iron counties QOuntfs QOuntfsIn + f fin
+ 4 in the southwestern part par pf or Utah Utahl + fv
+ + + + + + + + l f
President Stickney of the Chicago Great Western Railroad RailroadMakes Rairoad RairoadMakes RailroadMakes
Makes interesting Interestng Statement to the interState interStateCommerce InterSlateCommerce InterStateCommerce
Commerce Commission
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kHICAGO Sept 25 25The The packers fix fixthe f ilKthe
ClICAGO C the rates declared A B Stick Stickney Stck Stckne Stickne3 ¬
ney ne president of the Chicago ChicagoGreat ChicagoGleat ChicagoGreat
Great Western railway riway testifying for forthe forthe forthe
the defense before the interstate com commerce comlerCe cornuerce ¬
merce lerCe commission today regarding regardingfepl IQgardlnr regarding4ce4ght
4ce4ght fepl ht rates on IJvjgstpok t ok and liye liyeftock Ii Iitock y yttoCk
ftock tock products from the Missouri surl river riverto riverto riverto
to Chicago In answer to a I question questionas quelon quelonas
as to how the charges were made madePresident madePreident madePresident
President Preident Stiokney Stekney renlied renliedIn renle
In fixing fxing the rate on derssed dered meat meatwe meatwe meatwe I
we dont have very much to t say sa The Thepacker Thepacker Thepacker
packer generally genoral makes the rate rn te He Hecomes Hecomes I Icomes
comes to you and always makes you youfeel youfeel I
feel feel that he is your YOU1 friend trlent Then he heasks heasks I
asks ask you how much you charge for
certain shipments shipment of dressed dr6 < ed meats meatsThe meat meatsThe
The published publshed tariff may be 23 cents centsper centsper centsper
per hundred hundre but he will wi notjpaythat notjpaythatYqu no paythat I IYqu
Yqu say to him himI
I will wi carry your 3our meat for IS I cents cents1He centsHe centsHe
He says savsOh svs svsOh
4 Oh no you ou wont I wont pay paythat1 naytlat haYthat
that tlat Then you say sayWell sayVeU sayVelr
Well what will wI you pay for it itHe i itHe
He then replies repliesI reples replesI I
I can get it i hauled llaule for 16 cents centsSo cant centsSo
So you haul It i for 16 cents per hun hundred bundrad ¬ I Idrod
dred He generally generaly tells tels you OU that t4t if ifyou ifyou ifyou
you want the business buslnes9You you must haul haulthe haulthe haulthe
the meat for the price he names namesPresident namesPresident namesPresident
President Stickney Stckne denied that his hisroad hisroad hisroad
road had paid any claims for damages damagesor
or rebates since the Grosscup in injunc injunclon injunction June Junetion
tion lon
Havana Sept 25 5Completc Complete returns returnsfrom returnsom returnsfrom
from om the entire entre island which have been beendelayed beendelayed I
delayed lel cd owing to the bad condition conditon of o the thetelegraph thetelegraph thetelegraph
telegraph service show that in the elec election electon dcction ¬
tion ton last Saturday for member of the theelection theelecton theelection
election electon boards the supporters of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government were victorious in every prov province pro proInce prorinee ¬
ince not having lost one important place placeThe placefho placeThe
The victory victor was so complete that it i is isnow i isnow
now generally generaI admitted admited to mean the re reelection rt r relection ¬
election electon in December of President Palma Palmnand Palmaand Palmaand
and the election electon to the vice icc presidency presidencyof
of Mendoz Capote Calote the leader of the mod moderate moderate modcrate ¬
erate party partyColonel part partColonel partyColonel
Colonel Ferrara secretary 5ecretar to General GeneralGomez GeneralGomez GeneralGomez
Gomez the liberal lberal candidate for the thepresidency the theprejiideney
presidency pr ldenc was arrested arreted today toda charged chargedwith charge chargedwIth
with scdious and revolutionary utter utterances uter uteranNS titterances ¬
ances This makes the sixth charge now nowpending nowplndlng nowpending
pending plndlng against aginst him the others including includingparticipation Includingpartcipaton Includingparticipation
participation partcipaton in the burning of the city ciy
Berlin Berln Sept 25 25Thc The hereditary hereditaryCount heredltarCount hereditaryCount
Count Francis Von ErbachErbach the the22yearold thejerold tIme2iyearold
22yearold jerold son of the head of the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second branch of the ancient house houseof houseof houseof
of Erbach in Hesse Hes has been set sfitaside SPt SPtaside setaside
aside from the succession according accordingto
to the Tageblatt Tageblat for having married marriedthe marred marredthe marriedthe
the daughter of a washerwoman of ofErbach ofErbach ofErbach
Erbach The marriage it Is added addedtook addedtook addedtook
took place in London Lndon some weeks ago agoCount agoCount agoCount
Count Francis Francs having havin affirmed afrmed his in intention Intenton intention ¬
tention tenton to remain true to his wife a aLOSS aLOSS aLOSS
LOSS ABOUT ABOUT6OOOOO ABOUT6OOOOOLatest 600000 600000latest I ILatest
I Iirelocks
latest Estimate of Damage by Butte EuttePire ButteFireBlocks utte
Pire irelocks Blocks Burned ured Will WillBe Wi WillBe
Be e Rebuilt RebuiltButte Rebult RebultBute RebuiltButte
Butte Bute Mont Mont Sept 25 26A A careful creful es estimate e etmate estimate ¬
timate tmate of the loss by yesterdays yeterdays fire fre is isgiven Isgiven isgiven
given at 600000 with wih Insurance Insurn e at
636000 The Symons Dry Goods com company company coinpany ¬
pany Is the heaviest heaviet loser about 5300 300
000 fully fuly Insured The blocks burned burnedIt
It Is announced by propertyowners propertyownerswithout propertyownerswihout propertyownerswithout
without wihout exception excepton are to be rebuilt rebui at atonce atonce
once handsome structures being plan planned planned lan lanned ¬ I
The total loss at the public pUblc library Ubrar is isfied isfixed I Ifixed
fixed fied at between 55000 and 60000 60000More 60000More 60000More
More than half of the books will wi be berescued berescued berescued
rescued from fror the debris intact and the thewalls thewals thewalls
walls wals are untouched untouchedMichael untouchedMichael untouchedMIchael
Michael Sullivan who is in the county countyjail countyJaU countyjail
jail charged with an attempt atempt to cut cuthose cuthose cuthose
hose In front of the librarywhile lbrr library whle while the thefire thefre thefire
fire fre in that tmt edifice edifce was being fought Is Isbeing Isbeing Isbeing
being closely guarded as threats to tolynch tolynch tolynch
lynch him are common Sullivan Su1van came camehere camehere camehere
here shortly horty after afer the Cripple Creek Creektroubles Creektroubles Creektroubles
troubles in Colorado where he is said saidto saidto saidto
to have ha been active actve in mine troubles troublesNo troublesNo troublesNo
No definite defnie cause is assigned for the theflre thefre thefire
fire fre which started in the Symons store storebut storebut storebut
but the ignition Igiton of coal piled pied about the theturnuc thefurnace j
furnace is the most plausible theory theoryAbout theorybout theoryAbout
About bout 600 people were thrown out of ofwork ofork ofwork
work ork by the fire fre but most J08t of these theseWjmUe thesoVl thosereemploYed
WjmUe Vl e reemployed within wihin a a z few es I
hall hal at Vueltas Vuelas Colonel Ferrara is an anItalian anIalan anItalian
Italian Ialan but he is a veteran vetern of the last lastCuban latCubn lastCuban
Cuban Cubn war and one of o the most promin prominent promlnnt promindot ¬
dot nt lawyers In Havana HavanaTodays Havanaoda HavanaTodays
Todays oda s mail mat brought to the Liberals Liberalsthe Liberls Liberlstht Liberalsthe
the tht first firt report from their adherents in inCejnfuegos mCelntuego inCeinfuegos
Cejnfuegos Celntuego of the riots riot there Friday last lastwhich lastwhich lastwhich
which resulted reuled in the killing kilng of Congress Congressman Congre ¬
man Enrique Villuendas Viuendas and Chief of Po Police Polc Police ¬
lice lc Illance Iance This report differs differ very ver lit little l litthe ¬
the te from former accounts except that it itlays itlays
lays on the th moderates the blame for forstarting forstartng letstarting II
starting startng the disturbances disturbancesAdditional disturbancesAdditonal disturbancesAdditional
Additional Additonal reports from Ceinfuegos re received received received ¬
ceived by 1 the government say that the thechief thechle thechief
chief leaders leaters In the alleged aleged dynamite dnamle plot plotwere plotwere plotwere
were two Italian Ialan anarchists named Hum Humberto Humbel Humberto
berto bel to Bruni Brni Bove and Julio Julo Grau who whohave whohave whohave
have been ben making seditious sedions speeches speechesthere speeche speechesthere
there and elsewhere for some time timeOrder tme tmeOrder timeOrder
Order continues contnues to prevail prevai throughout throughoutthe
the Island
cuncl council of all al the counts of Erbach Erbachwas Erbachwas
was called caled the tl names of eight o owho ot otwho ofwho
who mare in the Almanac de Gotha as asold asold asold
old enough to participate partcipate in the de deliberations delberaton tiehiberations ¬
liberations lberaton The council counci decided that thatunder thatunder thatunder
under the laws of the house 10usc Count CountFrancis CountFrancis CountFrancis
Francis had forfeited torfeled his right to suc succeed succed suecoed ¬
coed his father and elected to succeed succeedhim succeedhim succeedhim
him Count Everard who is 19 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and second son of Count Arthur Arthurthe Arthurthe Arthurtime
the eldest living lving brother of the chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of this branch of the family familyLINE famty familyLINE
General Generl Greely Chief Signal Officer OfficerHas OfficerHas OfficeiHas
Has Inspected Alaskan Tele TelegraphJJystem Telegmphystem Telegraphystem
graphJJystem graphJJystemWashington gmphystemWashington graphystemWashington
Washington Sept Sept 25 25Brigadier Brigadier Gen General Generul General ¬
eral Greely chief signal officer otcer of the thearmy thearmy timearmy
army has just completed a thorough thoroughinspection thoroughInspecton thoroughInspection
inspection Inspecton of the Aleskan telegraph sys system system systern ¬
tem The tremendous increase in com commercial commercial cornmerelal ¬
mercial business handled by the lines linesgives Jnes Jnesgives linesgives
gives an indication Indicaton of the growing im importance importance ¬
portance of Alaskan trade In the past pasttwo pasttwo pasttwo
two months telegraph tolls tols on com commercial commercal centmercial ¬
mercial mercal business have amounted to tomore tomore tomore
more than 32000 while whie the te cost of gov government goVerment government ¬
ernment erment business on the lines lnes during duringthis duringthis
this time tme exceeded 20000 Many thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand code words were transmitted transmited dur during durJng durIng ¬
ing the fifteen ffeen months the wireless sys system system systern ¬
tem in Alaska has been in operation operationwithout operaton operatonwihout operationwithout
without wihout a 0 single error The competition competitionbetween competton compettonbetween competitionbetween
between governmental commercial < ommelclal and andpress andpreS andpress
press preS business busllosS on the Alaskan lines lnes has hasdeveloped hasdeveloped hasdeveloped
developed to the point where a new newsystem newsystem newsy8tem
system to expedite expedie business has been beendemanded beenemanded beendemanded
demanded demandedGeneral demandedGeneral emandedGeneral
General Greely was impressed with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the necessity of improving the quarters quartersof
of the men in charge of the Alaskan Alaskanlines Alaskanlnes Alaskanlines
lines lnes and will H take tal < e this matter mater up at atonce atonce atonce
once This work Is attended atendet with wih many manyhardships manyhardships manyhardships
hardships but ut the record of the men menon menon teenon
on duty there Is regarded re ardcd as excep exceptionally ecep eceptonaly exceptionaily ¬
tionally tonaly good goodwi
wi hf u ot Is being bung rebuilt rebuilttabanflonmenfiKof robJn robJnwh rebpiltof
wh f tabanflonmenfiKof aban qn of ofse
se 4ynBIWiflYiInUm1rabio I rJ rn Irablo rc rdaf1ties tr
Noinmate Nom ate Ten Candidates for fol th thCity the theCt tkeCity
City Ct Council CouncilMEETINGS Counci CounciMEETINGS CouncilMEETiNGS
American Council Counci Nominees NomlneesFirst NomineesFirst
4 + First Ward WardL > ardL L D Martin Martn long 10mten longterm +
4 + term ten C J Crabtree short term tormS termSecond 4 4Second +
+ Second S cond Ward WardA Va IdA A TL R Carter Ctel long lon longterm +
+ term E G ODonnell ODonnel short t tlm tlmThird term termThird rm 4
4 + Third Ward YardWe W J Wolpten Woietenliolme oliten olitenholme +
4 + holme holme lojigr lQ1g term Henry Brough BrouShshort Broughshort +
+ short term tJm tJmFourth term 4 4Fourth
4 + Fourth Ward VardV W Mont ont Perry Ferr Ferrlong Ferrylong 4 +
4 + long term James C Leary Ler short shortterm shortterm 4
+ term termFifth termFifth 4 +
4 + Fifth Ward WardTo T R Black Ions lo longterm +
+ term M E Mulvey short term termA termA 4 4ALL I
+ +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ALL A A LL the th American Amercn ward conventions conventionswere conentonl I
I were well wel attended last evening eveningCouncilman eveninsCounciman eveningCouncihnan
Councilman Counciman Martin tUn had a a nice nicebouquet nicebouquet nicebouquet
bouquet handed him in the First First being beingpresented bein beingpresented
presented presete with wih lth the long term trm term nomina nomination nominaton nonmimsation ¬
ton tion and Black received reoivo a similar similarhonor shnUarhonor simliarhonor
honor in the Fifth Fith but Neuhausen Neuhausn was wasturned wa wasturned
turned down unceremoniously hr lie liesame b bsame hsesame
same convention conventon The Te surprises urprla of the theconventions theeonventons theconventions
conventions eonventons wire w re the nominations nominatons of otJ otJC J JC JC
C C Leary LcalY In the Fourth and ant Martin MArtn E EMulvey EIulvey BMulvey
Mulvey in the Fifth FifthMARTIN Fit FitMARTIN FifthMARTIN
For the Council CouncilL
L D Martin lartn fouryear term termC
C J Crabtree Crbtree twoyear term termL termL
L L D Martin Martn was nominated by ac acclamation acclamation ¬ I
clamation Iamaton for councilman councimn for fo the long longterm lon lonterm longterm
term In the First precinct preinct convention conventionand cnvento
and ant C J Crabtrte Crbtrfe won out over F 1 D DHuffman DHUfman DHuffman
Huffman HUfman by a vote of 121 to t 44 for the theshort theshort theshort
short term termA
A H Little Lite and Judge John A Street Streetwere Stret Stretwere Streetwere
were elected members of the city com committee commitee coinmnittee ¬
mittee mitee Louis Berets was chosen as aschairman IS ISchairman aschairman
chairman of the precinct preinct and Thomas ThomasLaughran Thoma ThomasLaughran
Laughran Lughrn secretary secretaryFor secrtary secrtaryFor
For the city ciy convention conventon committee committeeships committe committeeships
ships the following folowing selections seletons were weremade weremade ere eremade
made Credentials CrentalsThomas CredntiaisThmomas Thomas Showell Showellplatform Shoel Showehiplatform
platform and resolutions resolutons Dr A AChapman S SChapman SChapman
Chapman permanent organization OrganlzatQf and andorder andorder andorder
order of business J E Wiscomb WiscombThere WiscombThere WiaconibThere
There were ere something ometing over 200 20 per persons pr prsons perSons ¬
sons including incuding the delegates delegte in at attendance atten attendance ¬
tendance ten ance at the convention conventon and andspeeches anlspeeches andspeeches
speeches were made by the council councilmanic counci councilmanic
manic nominees nominee Judge Street Joseph JosephF Joph JophF
F Cohen and others Councilman Counciman Mar Martin Martiit ar artn ¬
tin tn said sid he appreciated the spontaneousendorsement spontaneous spontaneou8endQrsament spontaneouseimdqrsement
endorsement ihlt thtit luU tl Uw lc convention oonventon had hadgiven hadIven hadgiven
given Iven his official ofcial acfs a aefsand fs an and he promised promisedW promlK pronisefq
W fq serve the people of ot his district with witha wih witha
a 8 view ar to their heh welfare welare if continued contnued in inthe 11 Intheoffice
the theoffice office ofce he h held heldHideclining heldI1heclning hetdImideciiningthe
Hideclining I1heclning Imideciiningthe the thEomlnlton nomination ord1strlct f4drlc fertllstrictchairman ord1strlctchairman
chairman chairan Mr 1Ir HSblien 4folie olien tat0d 8 t that he hehad hehad liehad
had always alwa s been a 8 Democrat Democrt but two twodays twotays twodays
days tays ago ha h was born an American Americanand Amercn Amercnand Americanand
and he was proud to t say sy so s He had hadalways hadalwas hadalways
always been counted upon to prognosti prognosticate prognost prognosticate ¬
cate the probable result resul of elections electons in inthe inthe intime
the past pat and he wanted wante to make a pre prediction prediction prediction ¬
diction that tills fall fal the American Americanparty Americanpart Americanparty
party would win Other Otho1 speeches speeche were weremade wer weremade
made upon similar simiJr lines linesMr lne lneIr hinesMr
Mr Ir Martins Martns business busine for two years yearshas year yearshas
has been that of councilman councilmanMr counciman councimanlr
Mr lr Crabtree Crbtre is a a commission comml lon mer merchant merchant mnerchant ¬
chant chantALL chantALL chantALL
For the Council CouncilE Counci
E G ODonnell ODonnel fouryear four er term termA termA termA
A R Carter twoyear two er term termA tumlarge termA
A large gallery galer and 149 out of the 160 160delegates 10 160delegates
delegates delegtes attended attentM the Second Seond ward wardconvention wardconvention d
convention conventon of the Americans Americns held in inthe intime
the call cl room of the stock stok exchange exchangeEverything exchangeEerthlng exchangeEverything
Everything carried by unanimous vote voteand voteand voteand
and the spirit of harmony harm on appeared appered to tohover tohover tohover
hover over all Colonel William mikm Nelson Nelsonwas Nel Nelsonwas n nwas
was chosen chairman of the convention conventionwith conventon conventonwih conventionwith
with wih Frank R Christensen Christen cn secretary secretaryE sretary I
E G ODonnell ODonnel the undertaker uudertkel was wasoffered wasoffered 8
offered by C M I Jackson for the long longterm longterm longterm
term candidate and the name of A R RCarter RCarter HCarter
Carter was presented by b J N Court Courtnty Court1t CourtHey
Hey 1t Both men were nominated nontnate unan unanimously unanimously unaninmously ¬
imously The nominees are Republic Republicans Republi ¬
ans In national natonal politics poltc Mr 1 Carter is isa isa Isa
a mining man manFollowing mnnlolowln manFollowing
Following lolowln the nominations nominatons S P Arm Armstrong Arms Armsiiomig ¬
strong s rong announced announce that city headquar headquarters hequar hequarters ¬
ters would be opened today to a Jn the room roomjust roomjust roomjust
just east cat of the cafe of the Wilson Wilsonhotel Wilsonhotel Vi n nhotel
hotel Mv h Armstrong followed folowe his hi an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement with wih a short address in inwhich inwhich inwimich
which he predicted < success SICc for the theticket thetcket theticket
ticket tcket in the coming election electionHenry eleton eletonHenr electionHenry
Henry Henr M 1f r Heath Heth was elected elete ward wardchairman wardchairman ward
chairman and Frank Frnk R Christensen Christensenward Chrilonsen Chrilonsenward Christensenward
ward secretary secl tar Louis Bamberger Bamberer and andF andF andF
F E Ripley were madq madl members member of orthe ofthe j jthe
the city ciy committee commitee commiteeBIG committeeBIG j jBIG
1 > i r rFor
For the Council CouncilW Counci Counciolstenholtne
W J VTolstenholme fouryear foure1 term termHenry termHenry termHenry
Henry H Brough twoyear term termThe termhe termThe
The he American mericn party Plty Third precinst precinstonvention prfcnt prfcntconventon precintconvention
convention conventon held in Plymouth church was waas i is
a as s enthusiastic enthusiastc as though that were Its Itsnost Ia Iamost itsmost
most solid sold bailiwick batwlck In Inmu1ditioim addition addlon to the thelelegates thedelegates thedelegates
delegates a I goodsized Joodslze crowd of spec specators sp spectators
tators wag present reenl and the convention conventionlardly conventionhartly copyantionhardly
hardly hartly handled a name that didnt dlnt have haveipposition haveoppositon Imaveopposition
opposition ippositionJ oppositon oppositonV
V J Barrette was chairman clu lrmfn and J D Drlagman DHagman DHagman
Hagman secretary of the convention comenlo ant To Tohe Tothe Tothe
the he councimanic councilmanlc candidates candldatQ there was waairtually wasvIrtualy wasvirtually
virtually vIrtualy no opposition oppositon When it came cme to tolommitteemen tocommiteemen tocomnmitteemen
lommitteemen commiteemen Joseph Pupsley PU ley and Joseph JosephB osph osphR
R 3 Morris were chosen Benjamin John Johnion Johnson Johnsomm
ion won out over George Gerge BeuJapln Jones Jone for pre prelnct precInct preduct
duct chairman chairmanJust chldrma chairmanJust
Just ust before the convention convetoa adjourned adjournedeveryone adjournedeveryone
everyone took part in a discussion dilU8slon as to tohe tothe tothe
the he advisability advlsablh of endorsing cldorlni Frank FrankUatthews Fnk FnkMathews FrankMatthews
Matthews Mathews for the city ciy recorderahip reorderhip can canlidacy cn cndldac canditlacy
lidacy dldac Benjamin Johnson wanted wnte the theleleeates th thdelegatc thedelegates
delegates delegatc instructed to vote for Mr Mrkfatthews MrMatthews r rfathews
Matthews fathews under the understanding he hemivety henahery lienaively
naively remarked that they neednt do dot doI doit
I it t But the th step ste would give Mr Matthews MatthewsContinued MatthewsContinued athews athewsContinued
Continued on Page 2 2DENVER 2DENVER 2e 2DENVER
+ Denver Sept 25 25Judgo Judge Frank Fran FranT FranlT + f fT
+ T Johnson of the district court curt curtIssued 9 9issued f fissued
+ issued an order today requiring reouiringSheriff reuiring reuiringherlff requiringheriff +
+ Sheriff herlff Alexander Nisbet and andChief andChief +
+ Chief of Police Polce Michael A De Dchaney + f flaney
+ laney to enforce the laws against againstgambling + 4gambling
+ gambling gamblng in the city and pgalnt pgalntgamblng county ountyof unty + f fof
+ of Denver All Al gambling gamblng houses Ijouseswere l houseswere OUSe +
+ were closed today by the propri proprletors proprietors + f fetors
+ etors making it unnecessary unneC0ary for forthe torthe forthe +
+ the sheriff sherif or chief of police poloe to totake totake +
+ tak7a take any raCUor action i irtf t f
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+ + + + + + + + tfi M
Named in the Various Varo VariousWards Wads vyards for forWork forWork forWork
Work in the Ci OfttGounofl OfttGounoflFERNSTROM rGounoh rGounohFERNSTROM Go on onFERNSTROM
IN EACH CASE CASEDemocratic CASE CASEDemocratc CSEDemocratic
Democratic Democratc Council Counci Nominees Nomineest NomineesFrt
t t J Frt First ret W WarUr WsedtIraij m UnwTilte Gfltett l hang g +
+ term I L L K n Martinean Mariu HZtifleau Gllt abort V IPI rm +
+ + Second Se WardD A A Msjgetts lort tons 4 4Third 4
+ term G G Slth Smith ab short 1gU tei teiTithed J +
+ Third ar ardJohn WarJoh Holtey Hole long +
+ term John H Back BcK short ahot tm t tliorth lng +
+ Fourth liorth Ward WardE ArdE E A liartenstein Hlrtntn +
+ long lon term ter W J TiMiaenham rtelm short ort ortterm +
4 4 term termFifh totalFifths +
4 Fifth Fifh WardDr WarDr S S C Baldwin Baldwin4r Blwin Blwinlog Baldwinlong +
4r long log term Robert Robrt Morris Morril abort abort abortterm V s s4term
4 4term term 4 4rvEWOCRATS 4
+ 4
+ + + + + + + + + 4 + + t + + + H HO f fD + + + + + + + + + +
rvEWOCRATS E OJ T gathered ptberd hut lt evening eVelng eveningthe u uJ Iithe
O J the five muncii municipl municipal l ward ar of the tJ w wand l II IIand I Ian
and named their candidates for tlv tlvcity 1 h hciy hcity
an Jme cndite
city ciy council cnci They Tey also al selected l their 1ir iitv iitvcommitteemen jt jtcmMitteme t tcommitteemen
committeemen cmMitteme and th thi their ir reprcgep rerau reraufOI repreeentativ repreeentativfor tiv tivfor
for fOI the t three thre committees cmmlte in the th cU city > con convention co coventlon 01 01vtnto
vention vtnto to be b held hld Thursday hunay but bt thin ti tub pu puof 101 101of par parof <
of the tbe convention cvet work wor was w ovenrtMOuw ov oversstowby lod lodby < i iby
by the more m important Imptant work wok of aeKcium aeKciummen 5CbcLflmneutu ttllia ttllia1nen
men mneutu to look 1 after ater the interests atere ef oftbe ftb tbi c tl cit citcowicil t tcouncil
council cnci under uaei the coming cumin administratio administratioUnder admlnllutl admInIstratittnder
Under the th new n law one U candidate cndtc candidatenamed w wnamed wnamo
named namo for tu four fur yean e and an one oe for tot tw twyears t tn tLyears <
years n in each of the th ward wardThe war wardsTue
The conventions cnventi developed deeltpe surj lrbh lrbheleC egrisc egriscchief rit ritchief > <
chief eleC oC ot wiiicli whlet was YU the avfiut dtCat of F FFernstrom FFerntrom i iFernetrotu >
Fernstrom Ferntrom in the Third in ward war aii fir r i eijji eijjiyears tiJL tiJLyear eigiyears
year years of continuous ctnuO service cri n I went wentdown Wlll WlllfOM1 weridown
down fOM1 fighting fgUJ like Jke a Trojan Tjn Many au took lok lookfor u ufor i itor
for the defeat tet of W J 1 Tuddcnhuin Ukhlhain I ma n tli tliFourth tl tlliourUa 1kFourth
Fourth liourUa but he pulled IHle through ttbu i iserious lsrOUI tserious
serious srOUI trouble troble The he vindication Indlctlun oL E EHMrteWteiu Klisrtensteiu A AHartensteiii
Hartensteiii HMrteWteiu was 1 complete comateteThe cmlte cmlteThe completeThe
The ticket tcket nominated nominate is b regarded rtsardtd strong strongThe strongrhe lrolg lrolgfbe
The men chosen eho are ar representative retreltatiH uit uitxeiis ul ulzn uitZeus
Zeus zn > In some sme cases c the DemM DeIKral DesnMrats rau su suceeded lW lWtEde Muceeded <
in the i icitizens Icltzel
ceeded tEde overcoming overcming objections ubj objertionscitizens diol
citizens cltzel and induced men to run wh whwould w1 wiwould
would woul net run rl in previous prylot years tars In Inother II IIoUaet In Inother
other cases CI they failed tltie to induce Induc th t tbr > m mn mnthey mnnthey r rthey
they thought would make the te betft bt ri rireseutatives rt rtrntaUve rdreseutatives >
reseutatives rntaUve in 11 the th council funcU The T deait deaitprevailed detil detilpreyale Jesitprevsilel
prevailed preyale in all the wards war to sink nk ai aipersonal a aprnal nUpersonal
personal considerations cnlderatol and i Itut ut up Ui Uimen I it itmen
prnal men best bttqualUle qualified to conduct the te bust business bustness UIU UIUne ¬
ness ne of the city cityFIRST cityFIRST cityFIRST
For the Council CouncilGranville Counci CouncilGranvilie
Granville Granvil Gillett Giet fouryear tourye term t r L L U UMartineau I IMartneu liMartinesu
Martineau Martneu twoyear term termTite ten tenThe termsThe
The Democrats Dmorat of the first 11t ward w con convened CUl CUnnvemmed ¬
vened vene at the th city ct and an county cty botatta i iR L LR IB
R Martineau llartnu was a chosen chO ehairjnan er an and amiW Ill Illr andj
W r J Sloan Sln secretary srtr On motfn n ea el1 ii iidistrict iidistrict
district distrct was empowered to east et the t entir entirstrength entr entrstngth eatirstrength <
stngth strength of its It delegation deleat The T etoair wac wacempowered Wi wa waempowered
empowered to appoint apint three thr persons t tact tact 1act < >
emlOwer prnt
act as a tellers tel r as a follows tolowl James am Mofar MofarLouis Mot MotfsrLouis r rLuis
Louis Luis Iverson Ive and John JO R Montgomery Mont t eY ery P PJ I IJ IJ
J Nelson el placed pIi Il in nom nomip > yp Oranvili OranviliGUlett Griil GriilG Gr4flviIIOihtett
GUlett G ht for forM tm fou foutty vye rm m in the ciiv ciivcouncil eti eticouncil il ilcunci
council councilThe cunci councilThe
The rules rul were suspended sWpude and Mr 11 Gil Gillett li jflhelL ¬
helL was WI nominated Dmlnt by byae1auttol acclamation acclamationFor accianmatIurFor
For the tb twoyew tw Uriw t tnu te Ham of l I 1H IH
H Siddoway oway was wa puceVb pcf in hiby nununation nununationby nllllati nllllatiby
by John HaJveraon Halvel Le Gruiul Gund Yom Y Olde < n nplaced > c cPlaced
Placed in nomination L L R Marimen ManineDaniel MarEineuDaniel MarimenDaniel
Daniel ptc Coilett Colett placed plced in nomination nomi18tiJ tl tlname Hi HiDale ttname >
name Dale of H C McDonough cDnough rim nom nomination IUO imonination ¬
ination of L R Martineau Martnu was a s sdondCd sdondCdby hondff < < ondcn ondcnby
by b H V Jones JON and ad W J Sloan Htfoiv Htfoivproceeding Hto Htolroelng iJettrproceeding
proceeding lroelng to ballot bUot the name of < > f R R jt jtSiddoway iiSiddoway i iSiddowa
Siddoway was Wa withdrawn on a < rr < < > rut lt or orhis orhis r rhi
his hi ineligibility inelgiblt The ballot bUot resulted rtdte as asfollows a afoliows 1
follows tolows I > R Martineau Ilrtnelu M H C M MDonough MI MIDonough MrDonough <
Donough 29 9 On motion moion of Mr tr M MDonoufrfi 1 MDonough <
Donoufrfi Dono the nomination nominton of I 1 L R Martii Martiieau Martiaeau Mrtiteau
eau was < made mde unanimous unanimousAs
As A Wi members membr of unlmO the te city ety committee LWmtw John JohnHalverson JohnHal John1Isiverson
Halverson Hal r John Jon J GalllKher Ga11lber anTi u1 W WSloan WSon J JSloan
Sloan were wer chosen cbof by b acclamation almton A i iSawyer 1Sawyer tSwer
Sawyer Son jr was wa chosen chon a member memberthe mebtr mebtrthe memberthe >
Swer the committee commite on credentials cretental Philip Pip Phiii S SMaycock KMayck SMaycoek
Maycock Mayck as a a member of the th comnti committe committeOIL < mite miteon tie tieon
on platform platorm and P J Nelson Nebn aa a i member memberof J mbf mbfof
of the committee comitte on O permanent prmant organiza organization uniza unizatOI organizatimi ¬
tion and order of business bnes of the city cty con convention tOI tOIvento coinvemitlon ¬
tOI orr
vention The holdover hoker members mebl of thy thyFirst th thFlni t h hFirst
First Flni precinct prenct committee cmmit are a B W Ma Macock Macock a acok >
cock cok James Jame Moffat Mofat and T H Horn HornGranville HornGrvle HornGranville
Granville Grvle Gillett Giltt is i a capitalist cpitat and ad in interested intrt interested ¬
terested in many Jny enterprises L 1 SL Mar Martineau Marlinenu ar artneu ¬
tineau tneu trt is president peet entep of the Msriger Ma r in investment rl rlvetment I n n nvestment ¬
vetment vestment company Cpny and is b a a heavy hev stock stockholder stociholder tOi tOiholder ¬
holder in the W A Nelden Drug D com company tum1ln cornpany ¬
1ln 1lnTWO panyTWO pany panyTWO
For the Council CouncilDavid CouncilDAid CouncilDarid
David A Margetts argettl fouryear fouryea term termGeorge tr termGeorge
George Geore G Smith twoyear term termDetermination ttl termDetermination
Determination Deerminllto to put forth forh a wlnuinticket winning winningticket iMine
ticket tcet ruled rule the Democratic Demat convention conventionthe conveto II IIth < >
the th Second Sond ward war There was a I wealth wetb lt lto f fgood 1 1good
good material materl from t which to seleot 11 can candidates caldidate caitihiates
didates didate for the t council cnci but every ever man n iii iiithe j ii iithe I Itbe
the meeting meetng was wa ready rtady to waive wavc his h ciibitlona wbiUos tiii tiiibit
biUos bitlona bit ions for the th good of the party and r4 th thuity thcH thcity
city cH Harmony HarJnoy prevailed 0 revaled throughout throughoutChairman throughot throughotChairman throughmitChairman
Chairman Ben D Luce called caled th thl hi meet meeting meeting meettug
ing to order oder and announced announCed the l tlin luintnn luintnnof > u int intt
of t > f the gathering gahernr S E E it llaimr was waschairman a chosen chosenchairman hof hofchairman
chairman and M 1 R Brothers Hrotlir8 siiT s Ilnatan IlnatanAlbrt m5tar m5tarAlbert iar iarAlbert >
Albrt Albert Fisher George Gge K B i limbiclKn Ulrbid and amiA andA CmliA
A 13 Poulton were er narortl lam u com lvmlnill lvmlnillon mi li lion ¬
on iKirmanent l rmanent order oer of busine busineThe baline IgisinessThe
The first real business OtlleZ of the convention conventionras con nmtuH nmtuHWi
Wi was ras the election eleto of three tbro mtinb Inem tncinbors r rl of tli tliIty thcty tiicity
city Ity committee committe A M Rudolph RudoillhLwi T Txswis T1Jowls
xswis Lwi cty and Joseph Josph H Mitchell > ite 1 were wert cho chom chten cliien
en m Ben Dn D Luce was wai placed pao in il nomina nominaion numiw numiwlon liUUililtion
ion but it i was wadtve discovered that he was washoldover UM UMbodover t toldover
lon holdover bodover member A A G Giauqua Ghtulu Ghtuluelete wa1 wa1ilected wi wielected
elected elete but declined declned to servo Vt being beingnember llng litJimamember a am
member m mbr of the board bord of education educationBen etucuti educutionBen J
Ben D Luce Luc was chosen ChO m nwml rnirnisrr < miner r If Ifthe < r rhe 1the
the he Bn committee cmmitee on credentials crudw of the en enonvention cl clonvelton citconvention
convention onvelton by b acclamation Rclamaton Maxwell Maxwel Max well it itBrothers HBrtber ItBrothers
Brtber Brothers was elected eleted member of tlie t he cum coninittee cummlte cornmittee
nittee on resolutions reJutoD and J R R Haidrnw Haidrnwvas Hatdntawas Haidnmarwas
was mlte elected electe member mmbr of the committee ominee omineelrmalwut OIL OILiernlaiwtit n nermaiunt
of buw buwe bu bune8 bumniiwss
lrmalwut > ermaiunt organization olnlzaton and nn order oder
iwss iwssrime e s sThe
ne8 The 1he last and most important imprtnt work wtk workthe of ofthe < > f fhe
the he convention conventon was wa the nomination nohuHion of ofCandidates o ocan nI nIcandidates
can Candidates idate for the council cunel A determnuu determnuujffort dermmlu dermmlueffort determimiueffort
effort was made to t induce Albert Albrt Fisn Fih Fihto Fisimto i io
to o make the race rce but he refused refus because Iwcauf baul baulor becauseof
or > f press pres of private business buine Hugh Hu Wan Waiion Walsn Wanson
ion placed M F Cunningham in i omii lomiJ lomiJatonfor rromhation > omiiition >
sn ition for the short lort term ter and moved mve that thathe thatthe thatthe
atonfor the he nomination be teethe mtde by acclamation acclamationut alan tou toubut
but > ut Mr 11 Cunningham withdrew hif b hii name nanuR Damt DamtR nameR
R E Currie Curre George Gole G Smith and an F FBulock FBullock A A3ullock
Bullock were placed plae in nomination nominon tor torJje torte forthe
Bulock the short term Mr Smith Sith won by bylarge bylarge bylarge
te large majority majoriy on the tle first ballot bllt He Hevas H Hwas iluwas
was placed place In nomination nominaton by Ben Be D Dor DLuce 1 1Lace
Lace LuceDavid LaceDavid
David A Marett Margetta won by almaUyn almaUynfor accIsnmatin accIsnmatinfor
for or the long term He was wa placed placedoliowed plo 1 in innomination
nominaton nomination by George E BurbdGe Burbldge afll afllthe ama amathe
the motion to elect by b aclamaton acclamatIon the that thatfollowed l lfolowed
followed folowed moton the speech speh carried cre with a whop whopnd who whoand whopand
and nd the convention conventin was as over overThe overThe overTlme
The candidates candldate are active actve business bu ne m mwitim u urtth l lwih
rtth a wide circle of friends irends George GeorgeImith Gole < tSmih it itSmith
wih Smith is vice president preident and aseMtant aseMtantnanager atan asJtairtmanager t tmanager
manager Smih of the C S Martin Martn Coal Col 4 Fua Fuasompany Fudcompny Fulcompany
company David A Margetts is tray travHng tS tSeUng trayoling
Hng compny representative representatve of the Z C M I IUT I IPUT IPUT
For the Council CouncilNot Counci CouncilNot
Not an ejection but a defeat de w y s the thesubject thesubject thesubject
a eeton 0t
subject of discussion discuson last nlghjt nlglt alter alterhe Itel afterthe
the he delegates delegate to t the Democratic Democratf qonven qonvenlon qnvention
lon in the Third municipal ward 3d grd qJve had hadelected hl hli haiselected
elected i loted John John Holley BoJty and John JobnH H Back Backas
as s their nominees nominoe for the city ly council councilJver co coumcliover et
over Jver ter F S FftmHtrom Ferstrm and ald E H H l UvJ UvJhat IavaWhat > v vWhat
ove What hat yarny Brnr beaten et was the th thQamaton ex exjUmation cxolamation
jUmation Qamaton dni O very side aideContinued sideContinued sideCOntInued
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