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2 THE SALT LAKE LA HERALD TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1905 19O = 1
j BANKISCraSEOj BANKISCraSEOjIMANSASCIR BANK 1S ISCtO ISCtOState crOSEDf I IfNKANSAS
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State Iisfitulion rlsUt ionGoes Goes Into Volptary VolptaryDEPCtSITORS V Y lmtalJ lmtalJi l1intaryj
j 4 i I4q I4ciQition I4ciQitionDEPOSiTORS l t lon lonDEPQ
DEPOSiTORS DEPQ IT6RS ARE SECURE SECUREDBAW SECUREMONtV
MONeN MONtV AN DEMAD EIIf D BDRAW BDRAWING BY BYING DBAW DBAWING
ING CHECK CHECKKanww CH CHECK1Canu CK r ranau
Kanww anau City Stfpt aftsOJhe Jhe Kansas KansasCity I 1ansaaCity anau anauty
City ty State bank Wllay UtU 0 Cox presi president Ptealtielli preILie1t ¬
dent failed to opon Its lw doors dOOt today todaynavjug todayHil
navjug Hil t illg gone one Into voluntary liquidation liquidationThe
The batk bft k had loaned 10S000 to the thaimk thektill thotuk
imk tuk of o Salmon Salmon at Clinton ClintonMo ClintonMo
Mo wfcteh failed last July catching catchingfositors catchIngIIJliltol catchIngultor
< fositors ultor for several ievor 1 thousand dol dollars dolJ dotThe ¬
J
lars ll
larsThe
The Kansas City Stato bank was wn or orKuuiaed 01hiAU1 orulzed
Kuuiaed ulzed in 1SSS and had a capital of ofJSJWOOQ ofSuuO or9oooq
JSJWOOQ 9oooq Q Tlit Th last statement shoved shovedloans showedYua
loans Yua utI II Ii of or W000 1000000 00 deposits W750000surplus 4ThO000u W750000 1710000LlI
surplus LlI u uplu lu 14000 14000Notice 14000Noticc 14000Notice
Notice on the Door DoorThe DoorThe DoorTb
The Tb following notice noUce was posted on onthe onthe onthe
the door at the theouenlng tt opening hour today todayThis todayTlt
I This Tlt bank has lia gone One into voluntary voluntaryliquidation voluntarYI voluntaryliquidation
I liquidation through the Fidelity Trust Trustoinpany rrusttO Trustcoupftny
oinpany tO 111 ftny Checks drawn against the thehunk thetuk thehtuk
hunk will be paid on presentation pretJ ntatlon by byihi byI byili
ihi I ili l Fidelity Trust company at Ninth Ninthiind NInthol1d Ninthrkl
iind rkl Walnut alnut streets streetsWILEY streetsWILEY strotsWILEY
WILEY O COX President PresidentThe PrelildentThe PrecidentThe
The Fidelity Trust company which whichjs
js l capitalised at 000000 is i considered consideredone
one of the strongest banking Institu Institutions In instituI tltu ¬
ions 1 0fl5 in the southwest The Kansas KansasCity KansasCity KannaCity
City State bank holds 667000 561oooot of the thecitys thedty theitys
citys dty money moneyCox moneyCox moneyCox
Cox a Well Known Financier FinancierWiley FinancierWiley I IWiley
Wiley O Cox Co president pre ldent of the Kan Kansas Kansas Iransas ¬
sas City State bank Is one of the theoldest theoldest thOoldest
oldest and beat known men in Missouri MissouriHe
He has lived in Missouri JIis ourl since 1863 1863In 1868In 1808In
In 1S72 he was a clerk in the First FirstNational FirstNational FirstNational
National bank at Springfield Mo o com coming comipg Cornmg ¬
ing to Kansas City In 1881 From 1884 1884to 1881to 18S4to
to 1888 ho was engaged in a general generalfinancial generalfinancial I Ifinancial
financial and loan brokerage business businessHe 1 1lIE
He organized the Kansas City State Statelunik Statenatlk StateI
lunik In 1888 and has always been Its Itspresident itsJJre Itspreident
president JJre ldent In 1S85 he bought the Kan Kansas Kanas Kanas ¬
I sas as City Times a venture that did didnot didT didhot
not T Ot prove successful succe stul and in 1809 he hebold hebold hesold
bold the naner nanerAt DIlDcrAt nanerAt
At the Fidelity l lde1lt Trust companys bank banki banktheks bankiheks
i hecks on the Kansas anas City State bank bankvere bankre bankere
vere ere re honored as fast as present There Therev
v S as no show of commotion and Charles CharlesCampbell ChalleBCampbell Charlestarnpbehl
Campbell vlco president of the Fidelity FidelityTrust Fidelity1ru8t FidelityTrust
Trust company stated that all checks checksdrawn ch chAcksdrawn cks cksI
drawn on the closed bank would be bepuid bepaid
11 I paid uoon demand demandRetirement d domandj mand mandIi
Ii j Retirement Is Voluntary VoluntaryWileyO VoluntaryVlley VoluntaryWlleyO
WileyO Vlley O Cox president of the Kan Kansas KanIas Katas ¬
sas as City CIl City State bank made the follow following foUowlng followIng ¬
ing statement to the Associated A clated Press PressThe PrOSlJ PresaThe
The retirement of the Kansas JCRn a8 City Citystate CIt CItatc CitySlate
state atc bank from active business Is Isvoluntary Isluntary Isnluntary
J voluntary luntary Our business has not been beenxtowlng beenLOwlng beenwwing
xtowlng for some time and we found foundit
I it hard to hold our own with the larger largerinstitutions largerU
U J institutions In fact it looks as if ifthe Ifthe I Ithe
the banking business bu lnes8 as as well as all allother aUI altother
I I other Hues lLne is concentrating into the thelarsre thelarge I Ilat
large lat e onesEntirely ones flIeMthittrely
i Entirely En h ly satisfactory arrangements arrangementshuv
I huv 11 < been made whereby the Fidelity FidelityTrust FldcIUTrust FidelityTrust
Trust company one of our strongest strongestbanking strongestla strongestbikIng
banking la uklng houses has taken over the thebusiness thoIJl11Ineu thehiustness
business of the bank and is to pay payour pa paour payour
our depositors in the ordinary way wayi waydemand
i p > I demand demandOn demandOn demand0n
On retiring letirln from the banking bust buslTIISS bU51I1WHS bustiis8
TIISS for the pr p1nt > tMent ent after an active activeureer aetlv8tlter activearr
ureer of many years year I cannot help helpittllng helPt1IlIg helpietliitg
ittllng t1IlIg extremely proud that no de dejioiior deifJ dehtJLor
jioiior ifJ iIOt has ha ever failed to have his hislictkx his1HlkN hisI
I t lictkx honored < and paid on presenta presentation presentai presentalinu ¬
i tion at any bank with which I have haveli havecOflflOCtIL
li 1 i connected connectedTho cOflflOCtILTh Onneet d d1h
Tho 1h Fidelity Fld lIty Trust Tru t company volun volunt voluntertd
hi t tff tertd red to pay p4t the city clt treasurer the theamount theamount theamount
amount of the citys funds on deposit depositIn depositIJ
In the Kaneas City State bank but butthr buttht buttim
tim money was not withdrawn withdrawnSENTENCE withdrawnII withdrawnSENTENCE
IJ
II e e i iSENTENCE
SENTENCE IS AFFIRMED AFFIRMEDConvict AFFIRMEDConvict AFFIRMEDConvict
Convict Meyers Will Hang for the theMurder theMurder theMurder
Murder of Guard Cotter Cottertfn Cotteritn Cotter4an
tfn itn Prancteco o Sept Se t 25 iThe The su1 su1preine su supreme supreine
preine court today toda afllrmed the judg judgItnt judswflt j jiient
iient Itnt of the superior court of Sacra Sacratento j jiu
I iu 11 tnto nto county IMntencin sentencing Andrew May lfa lfa11i Mays j ji
i 11i ia s to the gallows for the murder of AV AVL Yo YoL
L 1 Cotter a guard at Folaom prison prisonMeyers prisonMeyeri
Meyers 1 eMl was one of the thirteen Dria Driaciiers 1 uris1ers rls rlsners
ciiers who escaped on the morning of ofluiie orI ofIme
luiie I uHe 4 1903 after compelling Warden WardenWilkinson WardenWilkinsen VardenWilkln
Wilkinson Wilkln 6t and Captain of the Guard GuardMurphy GuardIurphy GuydMurphy
Murphy to protect them from the fire fireoi lireOk I Ioi
oi the guards guardsIu uardL
1 a Iu a tight S kt in front of Murphy3 of ofiit ortin ofI
I iit tin Guard Cotter wit wu stabbed by ha hai half hft
i Uoaen n of the desperate de oenite fellows re reciv re redving reI
< civ dving ing wounds w undil from which bleh he diud diudn Hd HdTI
n T a L few minutes Lieutenant of the theiuurd tMtjuard theuard
iuurd Cochrane was also al o severely severelywounded lIeerelYounded evereIyounded
ounded After pinIng inIng the open Mel Meyers Melers ey eyrR ¬
ers rR des demsrtetl rt rted d his companions compa llon lie sue SMCceded IiUCeded sueeedcd
ceded In making his way ay to S SeatUe StUet KtUe KtUeliere
t liere 11 he was wa captured and brought broughtback 1 roucht1Ia1 broughtbuck
back for trial trialSTRIKE trialSTRIKE
aca acaSTRIKE
STRIKE OF PRINTERS PRINTERSRochester PRINTERSr
w Rochester r cbter Sept Sept 2S A general general strike strikein trikeill
in A tU the composing colll lng and jobbing jobbi depart departments delNlrtJIIlnu departllents ¬
ments of the PostExpress PoetE prfSH newspaper newspapervys newfllp p r rOAK
vys OAK 5 declared deelar l today and most of the theD tbeHItIi the1tI
HItIi 1tI < D responded to the call Th TIM strike strikeon trlkelIlI
on the part of the composing compO lQC room roommen f rotnlwfl kJU11I1t1I <
men is sympathetic inasmuch as thtlr thtlriniiand thtreltmand thrSriuand
iniiand f ter ar r an eighthour day and t tnease iI h hL
L t tease I > 4l11e in w wag st was wa granted on onurday Sat Saturday Sitturday ¬
urday New men were at once oo ootained ootiietI I It
tained t and no difficulty has teen ex exlejienced e eitrienced
lejienced frl < nled in setting ttln out the re resula resulaeJitiona reulzeditions uU uUeditions I
editions
TEN EN D oETMoAiT oETMoAiTWIN MO ffKts 1 tL tLWIN
WIN WINntinefrqp HONORS HONORSNot HONORS
L JontiteCl ntinefrqp frCW1 pi Pge tLc 1 1Not lNot
Not tp < ei n un toftv o bq closing QTt olo1 ln gof of > thtuwm thtuwmjinatiojwtor thJlQntnaUwn thiiunatiaus J
jinatiojwtor tnaUwn 101 jfflraj tl1J n9ljnep llmon lnQf dtQ qfil fltiremr Uttr th tren trenFuf nll
fat Fuf f the mpfctjiigjm JU8liecell ce Itself KnownInSvcc KnownInSvccJH hnown w 19 1 40 40ro o
JH 30 > slight a manner It wa vu pvldetft ovtl t that thattha thatth8 thatth
tha th supporters > of Ilolleyand Honey un ned fBadc flzi ae1c lc had iwUnot hadIflot
Iflot not been idle for a week or ten days daysnnlf daysack I
9 nnlf ack l but n in In i both > i it itsurprise
cnmps there was gO gonu U Utfne
tfne 1in surprise that Fernstrom had not hotirn
irn b been een Pne one of the thenomlneea nominees ffornstrom ffornstrom7VniMlf
7VniMlf Umr wag wa taken aback aba < k but shafted shaftedIfooa shoeltKOoil shotvetiXocni
Ifooa spirit in tendering his successful successfulCompetitor HuccerfufrpompeUtoni succestUompetitors
Competitor his best wishes wish and promises promlsoUo promisesito romIStlai
Uo aid in h any way Va podfitble after they
f1uul Jmd been elected to the council councilThe councilrite
The meeting wa wu held in the Twenty rweot rweotaeeond rweutaecond
I second wurd wart meeting house A E Ilyda Ilydapresided Hyae1Ir ilytleiirseided
presided 1Ir lded D t P Felt was secretary aecrctar aecrctarnut
nut one ballot lIot was necessary and when whenthat whenthat whenthat
that wag counted it was found that Hoi HoiJey Holley 1101Jey
Jey had received the highest majority majorityirvote 1najorltyvote majorityrvote
irvote vote 81 entitling him him to the long lon term twmnomination trmnomination termnomination
nomination Then came Back with X iliFernstrom XFernstrom
Fernstrom with 40 and Davis with S3 S3How aHow 33How
How the Delegates Deleg tes Voted VotedThe VotedThe VotedThe
The ten election districts lined up u as asfollow astol1owa aslrsrjt
follow
irarw B E II IIIlolley IIHolleY Hilelley
Ilolley Back str strom m Davis DavisK DavhlJl
Jl K T t S I 6
5 1 f o oSI 112V
SI 4 II III 7
I IS ISt 1 4 1 II IIII
II t 1 12f 1a I
1111 II U
a
I
1 1 tj tjI
1 I Ss
2f 11 10 3 3S I I II
> S 5 S aTotal 2 2Total
3 3TotaI
Total TotalToUj ii 11 71 i iTotal 10 33 33otal
Total otal number of votes Qt cast cu itS 115John I1SJohn itSJohn
John liolley io1Ie Democratic nominee ior iorlong torlung or orlong
long term from the Third ward wa waplaced wad wadJhtccd WaSplaced
placed in nomination by Thomas Morris MorrisThe lhurhJ1h8 MoiriS1he
The applause following the presentation presentationof
of his name caused many to look wl3 wl3and wlliand sls slsand
and whisper Fvney and a d liolley Uolle UolleFernstrom
Fernstrom was the first man nominate nominatebis nomlnl4biB flOntflIeilhis
biB name being beln presented pr nted by D 1 P Kelt KeltK li F1tE Jr JrE
E II Davis was next nominated Joshua JoshuaStfley Joshuaslley JoshuaSelley
Stfley naming him O W Moyle o le pliteu pliteuBack 1laceuBack Piactitack
Back in Ir nomination Air Movies speech speechfound SIJcectlfound speechfound
found much favor with the delegates delegatesand dfl dictteSand b te8 te8and
and helped along alou the eiirrent ot o senti sentiment l sentimeat enU enUm ¬
meat m nt In favor of new blood from r m the theThird thellnJ theThirJ
Third Chairman Hyde H de seconded the thenominations thenominations thenornlntlous
nominations of both Holley and 13ar Bul Bulap Uuippeaiing > k kAppealing
Appealing ap ppeaiing aJlng to the delegates to show the thecommunity UlecommunHy thecommunlty
community at Jarce lar = e that the bloody bod1Third IodYThird bloodyThird
Third has a few fe more men for the thecouncil Utecou theeouucll
council cou Qcl I The only seconding speech speechmade 81Jeechmade sjieechmsde
made by a woman was that of Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn MrsJohn
John D Reid who spoke for Mr Hoi Hoilev HOlle liolle
lev le
Who Candidates Ca > AreJohn Are AreJohn r rJohn
John liolley has h s been a resident of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Third municipal ward wal d for twentyone twentyoneyear twenlonee twentyoneyears
year e ri He is 43 years ei1rs old For sevnnil sevnnilyears sern sesirzlyears 1 1s
years he has been In th the produce busi business bUSlIr busIness ¬
s
ness
nessMr
Mr Ir Back is 4B 4 years ears old and has been beena be n nII
a resident of the ward for twentythree twentythreeyears twentythreeyeara twentythreeyears
years He Is I now with tho grocery gJC ry de department d tIGpartrnent o opartmfnt ¬
partment of the Z C M I Neither na nanor n nnor nonor
nor his running mate from the Thlrc Thlrchas Thlrcha Thirchas
has ha yet et held political office officeEach offlcoEach officeEach
Each stated last night that the nomi nomination nominaUon nornination ¬
nation came to him unsolicited unsolicitedPrevious unsolicitedPrevIQus unsolicitedPreviQus
PrevIQus to the selection of tho coun councilmanic councllmanle councilmanic
cilmanic nominees the ward convention conventionselected comcult conve4ltlflnselected n nselected
selected the following officers Members Membersof I
of th the city Democratic committee e D 1 U UAVIlley UYllIey UWIiIey
AVIlley and Perley A Hill member of ofcredentials o ocredenthc11i olcredentials
credentials committee city Democratic Democraticconvention Democraticconvention Democraticconvention
convention John B B Reid permanent or organization orcanlzatlon organization ¬ I
ganization and order ord r of business Jamci Jamcill JamclPiU JameiPitt
ll I IAt T TT TT 1 1Following
PiU re resolutions J H IILudam IILudamFollowinG llasiamFollowing
Following the election elt > ctlon of the canal canaldates caClIdates canaldates
dates for the council J II Hasiam was waschosen 085chosen as aschosen
chosen ward chairman chairmanOLD chalrlUanOLD chairmanOLD
OLD GUARD WINS OUT OUTIN OUTIN OUTIN
IN THE FOURTH WARD WARDFor
For the Council CouncilB
B A 4 Hartenstein fouryear term termW termYo termv
W Yo v J Tuddenham twoyear torm tormThe tormThe tormThe
The + V Urth preaircet convention oon nUon in the thoTwentieth therw theTwentIeth
Twentieth rw nUeth wardamusementhall W viard rd amu arnus4meiit melit 111 cIbaolappro hthhoiiapproached Claris Clarisapproached
approached appro ehed a love feast of the oldtime oldtimevariety oldtlmcvariety oldtimevariety
variety N7ephi Y Schofleld chairman of ofthe otthe ofthe
the precinct called the convention to or order orer ordec ¬
dec er and announced that Judge O W
Powers Pow rs had h ad been selected to act as chair chairman chairnuan chairmin ¬
man and C L Qwon as secretary The ThoHwectipmi Theectl TheWIecti9nU
Hwectipmi ectl JUI were ta ratified tlfled by b r a unanimous unanimousvote unanl unaniraQusvote Qus Qusvote
vote c cjiee 5 it i 2
In taking talQ tha theuir iuir iuirrtewrfinarks e P wtJ Jid JidrCewiltfiarkl
rtewrfinarks Tic a the eiuKacsi Ii f g gprai i igjttise
gjttise prai jiee to May Mayer r Morris for torhllln his entirely entirelycapable atIr4icapable Irql Irqlpable
capable pable administration of city elt atfairs I IJtidge
Jtidge Powers also commended the ooun oouncflmen counOilmen
Oilmen from the Fourth all au of whom are
Democrats for theIr faithful services servicesOn errlcesOn
On motion of Edgar Howethe Howe 1h the list of I
delegated as published in The Herald the themorning thonornlng themorning
morning after the primaries was selected selecteda seecte I
a a8 the official otcl l list letawl and the convention conventon conventiongot i igot tlot
got lot down to business bUHl ea In one of his chur churacterlstically chlr chiiraeter1sticily I IacterlstllyelCe1
acterlstically acterlstllyelCe1 elwjMeril speeohes telN Fisher Pl htr
Harris Iarri placed plac the mAns mn of J3 A Harreh latni 1latthnstein I Istein I
stein before bfore the convention conventon as a nominee nomineefor nomineefor nomineefor
for the Ions iop term There were no other othernominations olhlr olhlrnomlnittol othernolnInatiofte
nominations nomlnittol and amid loud applause applauseMr
alllau alllaulr
Mr lr Hartenatein HIUtel tln was declared elared the t19 nom atommoe nominee om omme ¬
inee me by acclamation acclamationFor Mcchunlon McchunlonFor
For the ti short term the name of Coun Councilman Councimn Councilman ¬
cilman cimn W V J Tuddenham was wa placed be before b before ¬
fore the convention lonventon by Dr C F Ii Wilcox Wilcoxcity Wilcoxcity Wicox
city physician IlhYlklan The Thedocter docter spoke of Mr MrTuddenhams MrTuddenhants Ir Irluddenhams I
Tuddenhams luddenhams honest work in behalf behaI of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his constituents cnttuenU and of the city as al a awhole I awhole
whole hole and that the
suggested ugS te delegates delegateswould delegatesvould delegateswould
would honor themselves themiehe in nominating nonihlltng
him himJudge himJudge
himudge Judge Powers Power presented prNlente the name of otJames ofJam ofJames I
James Jam Maxwell laxwel of the Fortythird Iort third district districtHe districtHe
He said id that tht the east end of the precinct precincthad nrecincthad reinet reinethad I
had gone without flUt representation rpresentaton for formany formany i
many years year and that it I should be be recog recognized recognlu ¬
nized iZ5d Besides Mr lr Maxwell I Iate
nlu Bejdei llxweI if j nomin nominated nominated ¬
ated ate would s srve serve rve the city elt ably abl ablIahonlhah
Mathonihah Iahonlhah Thomas nominated Nephi NephiY
Y Scofleld hi an 11 eloquent elouen talk tlk and after afternumerous afer afternumerous t
numerous Ji seconding speeches l a ballot ot otdenhim was WHSordered wasordered
ordered Out enll of 56 votes Jt Jtl Jts cast s Mr Tud Tuddenhant j jdenham
denham denhim received rlvM W Mr Ir Maxwell Iaxwel and andMr andMr
Mr 11 Schofleld Shofl 18 8 each Mr 11 Tuddenham TuddenhamWHH
was UI accordingly aterdlngly declared dehct the nominee nomineThen nomineerhen nomineeThen
Then both bth of the candidates lneHdltfS were called calledon cled
on 01 for speeches HplwH and both bth responded respondedMr rcponde
Mr r IlarteiiMtcln Iartemiteln who spoke first frst said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he felt that th t the delegate were entitled entitledto enUtt
to a report rprt on the work done by b their theirservants theirsrant theirservants
srant servants in the council CUlwl He briefly brieflysketched brl brieflysketched n nJktehf
sketched Jktehf the themuniclJ1 municipal history hi tory of the last lasttwentyone lattw lasttwentyens
twentyone tw nton months mth and > ointod lntf out many manywise manyJ manywho
wise J actions Inaugurated Itaulurlted by b the 11f mayor mayorand tor toraad mayorad
and carried crrtd out by the aid of the Demo Democratic DelnocraUc Demoerstie ¬
cratic members mm r8 of the Uu council councilXr cunci councilMr
Xr r Tuddenham Tuddenhlm spoke In a I similar Imnlr vein veinand vetoand in inand
and so t did Councilman Counchnn Wells Veli holduvvr holduvvrwho holdutr hiolduverwho j jwo
who wo was wa the th concluding cnculn talker tlker All Al the thespeakers thespeakers I Il1akers
speakers l1akers declared d4lar themselves themselvO as beinir beinirheartily hin heln helnheartII I
heartily htartl heartII in favor or of the tbt renomination renominaton of ofMayor ofMayor
Mayor ayor Morris OIS and It was wa apparent RPlllnt from fromthe tromthe frontthe I
the manner nannel in which wich Ute statements > were werereieived werereceived
received Teehe that the mayor will wi have bn a asolid asolid I
solid 811 delegation deleaton from fro the Fourth in the thecitv thecJ thecltc
citv cJ convention conventionThe cnvfnth1 conventionThe
The next order of business bu nN was w va the doe election doettou ¬ I
tion 101 of three thre members membn of the city ell corn cornHarry comIUk cornldttOt
IUk TO These chol chosen we were 1 F Tlmas Thomas ThomasiIrry
Harry 1 T Ball Bll and James Jame Maxwell Maxwella MaxwellIujor IaxweJ
lujOr R W Young was chosen to Met Metas actas
as a chairman or the Fourth precinct dole deiejrution cteJtjNtion dolejrstlori
jrution In the city convention with C I IOlson L
Olson an secretary Ietary Committeemen Commltt men MH MHfoliow It Itolio asfoliows
foliow olio were re named On resolution re1iOIuUunH W tVlf
H Dale uii UI1crMenUabt credential Wllferd WJlf rL Moyle I
A Man May ivt3 Think T ink He Thinks ThinksBut ThinksBut
But Unless He Carries Out the theThoughts tIleThoughts theThoughts
Thoughts He Thinks He Might MightAs
As 1 Well NotThink N Not ot Think ThinkJ i ii
J i fr Np Q man man who I ever vyorcjrL wore v r kI H S sJ Sp SM J JV
p
V St M J plotlie lotH thought ° he could couldbuy couldF
F < I It
t buy bu y better tJCirry fJJ C Crry 1fry out ou t the thetliotishts thethoughts thethoughts
thoughts of the H S M 111I Mman
O Onan
I Inan nan and youll thi think k the thethoughts thethoughts h6 h6thot1ght >
thoughts ne he thH1ksn tlilnksl thin hs hsRICHARDSON 1 fr frt frRICHARDSON
t 1J 1RICHARDS0
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RICHARDSON f ADAMS Co CoA C CA
< A CLOTHES SHOP SHOP FOR Fok MEN MENAt MEi MEiTh 7 U j jg
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At The Th he Sign Signofr 8 8of
ofr ofrtfte of the four our tl fii fiiitJ t t77TS
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MAINSIikEr SW IE I
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FBBDt LIFE LrF E NT NTLONGER N NO NOLONGER 0 i
LONGER CHARMS CHARMSMWitte
t tM 2 2mIWitte
MWitte M Vitte Will Ask Leave > oHlie of the Czar Czarto CZ1rto Cztrto
to Retire RetireRUSSIAN RetireRUSSIAN BetircRUS1AN
RUSSIAN ENVOY ENVOY1N ENVOY1NCROWDS IN BeRlIN B1RLINCROWDS BeRlINCROwDSFO
CROWDS CROwDSFO FOLLOVyH4 FOLLOW LOW HJJl AT EVER EVE EVEFW EVEFWTURN r rTURI > y yTURN
TURN TURNBerlin TURIBerlin TURNBerlin
Berlin Sept 25 25Chacellor Chancellor Von Due Buelow Duelow Duehow
low came to Berlin from Ignden this thismorning tl1lsmQrnin tillsmorning
morning mQrnin and ieoeivid receiv d M Wttte ttte They Theytalked Theytnlked Theytalked
talked more than anhour an hOU1 Th THe Kus Kussian Husiltm Itusshut
shut statesman lunched with Baron von vonRichtofen youIliclitofen on onHlchtofen
Richtofen tho secretary for foreign af affairs affahs affaire ¬
fairs the Russian chars ehar daffaires M MBoulatzel 11Boulutzel MBoulutaci
Boulatzel also being present ll nt M WitU WitUand Wittand Yitt Yittand
and Buron von Jticbtofen afterwards afterwardsconversed ufteralds ufteraldscol1el zttterttardsconversed
conversed col1el ed for some time They had hadexchanged 111 buttexchanged < 1 1exchunged
exchanged calls yesterday ye8tel a evening eveningAmong oV eveuln eveulnAmong llJng llJngAmong
Among those who wh saw M 1 Wltte at atliiu uthili athis
his hotel was Ernest von on MendcfcHolm MendcfcHolmBartholdy MeimdliaohiiiBttrtlmoldy lendltlHhnBurtholdy
Bartholdy whose lIopse has ue Uef ucen n Ibis Jlusaiaa Hllssias Ibissilts
silts bankers bankersmfor mfor for u a century H IItc IItcMendelssohn pV pVMendelssohn rlIelldelssohn
Mendelssohn called ag a a frienl ami amithere nutIthere amalthere
there is no reason to Suppose that the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of u loan was tven ven mentioned mentionedArthur mnUti1JtArthurFlscher inttkiueJArthurFischei
Arthur ArthurFlscher Fischer a partner In n the th house housesaw houseSiW housesaw
saw MVWitte in Paris and it WitS re reported 1Cported reported ¬
ported unit a loan was discussed dlsclt o1d but butit b butit t tIt
it is definitely deflnitbl stated that such was not notthe notthe notthe
the case
cuseAll All Eyes on Witte WittcM I IWilles
M Wittes comings and s goings ngs are aiewatched 2UCwatched arewatched
watched for at his hotl so o corulnp corulnpoufely ettiuiously t tinp tinpoUtly
oufely that he used u ed a Diivuto eiitrarfie eiitrarfiein entru1 entru1in elttraflein
in a back street today toda Wh Whut h n JIG lieriveil ay 8 8rived
rived at the i railway ran way station yesterday yesterdayM 7esterdtiyWJtte
M u Wltte said to the members of the theRussian theRUSEifln theRussian
Russian embassy staff taff who met bun hJjnthat hftnthat bunthat
that he preferred to walk to hte h hotel hotelA
A great crowd had assembled in front frontof frtiiitof tiilt tiiltof
of the hotel expecting to see nhu arrive arrivein t1tri t1triih
ih it carrhYgd arziri and he and partyrna pafty patctle patctletheir irife irifetheir > e etheir
their way quktly through the t11 crowd Qrovdinto cro crowdInto 1 1Into
into the hotel without their presence presencebeing preHenccbeing presencebeing
being noted M Witte inquired of the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel manager what caused the crowd crowdTlje crowdTIe crowdThe
TIe people ar waiting to st see = e your yourexcellency yourexcellency our oureCc
excellency eCc n nc the manager replied repliedThen rQPU repledThen d dThen
Then let me get to my rooms as asquickly asQUi91dy asquickly
quickly QUi91dy as possible said > M 3 I Witte WitteFuture WitteFuture Vitt VittFuture
Future of the Envoy EnvoyThe EnvoyThe EnvoyThe
The future of M I Witte is th subject subjectof
of much tnik among his fritmis to towhom l1whom t twhom
whom he says hoinumls h6 hlhnl1s after having havingaided ha1ngaided
aided ald d in the settlement of the questions questionsimmediately quetitionimmediately uetltion uetltionhnme
immediately hnme lately connected with th < peucc peuccnegotiations I itccnegotiations CC CCntgoUalion3
negotiations to ask Emperor I I11pelol Nicholas Nicholasleave Nicb Nicholasleave I s
leave to retire from the publicservice publicserviceWhat pubJfc ubliesemvice ubliesemviceWhat seiJc seiJcVImt
What the Russian RU6 lan emperors iop lPV > v wJH wJHb ill illb
b no J o one of course knows but one J1 of ofM ofIf ofM
M Wittes friends said to o him that thatEmperor thatEmperor thatEmperor
Emperor Nicholas would probably say saythnt 51Ythftt siythat
that as a patriotic Russian Hu shm hiK duly dulywas d thmtywas lY lYwus
was to remain in Dublic DU UC life arJ give givethe tiethe givetime
the country the benefit 08 o hid lmI f lt realise realiseabroad restgeabroad stg stgybroad
abroad abroadon ybroad ybroadon
on permanent organization or anlzaUon and order of ofbusiness ofbuslnellH ofbusiness
business Joel L Priest PriestThe PriestThe PrlestTime
The convention adjourned at 92i 92 har harmony harmony liarmoity ¬
mony prevailing prevailingBALDWIN prcallingBALDWIN prevailingBALDWIN
BALDWIN AND MORRIS MORRISLEAD MORRtsLEAD MORRISLEAD1NTHEFIFTH
LEAD LEAD1NTHEFIFTH LEAD1NTHEFIFTHFor IN INTHE THE FIFTH FIFTHFor
For the Council CouncilFifth CouncilFifth
Fifth ward Democrats mot in th the did OiUfcUy didtY lll lllClty
fcUy Clty tY hail and a ant performed their tll Jr aulyjwHii aulyjwHiinieatnej tuty dutyiv2tItYfleatnen tI1 tI1nteatn
nieatnej nteatn Yfleatnen aira a 1 Uisfat tllsati K James Jaftusl H UOIt UOItte4 loyle joylethh loyleQtetlHpBVWu
QtetlHpBVWu te4 W tituu mti oe life eonVcnUon eonVcnUonDottsmore f U0ItrefltiQfl U0ItrefltiQflvDuasmpre 1v lfQn
Dottsmore Dumwii Dun Dupuitvsa ftI1wtlsI w s its s MQveut1lf MQveut1lfA seeetat arctHt fcT T TA
1 A Williams dominated W R R t tfor alilu Uare Uarefor e efor
for councilman Homer Duncan per performed performCf1 performed ¬
formed the same service for A ABroW1 ABrowat W WBrowoi
Browoi J W V Arnup named Robert Mar Morris MarrIs lor lorih ¬
ris R W Dole proposed Dr S C Bald Baldwin Uihlwin Daliytui ¬
win and S F Kershuw nouiliiateit nouiliiateitCharles nOl1llulllHICharle nounlutatellCharles
Charles Baldwin The vote was taken takenfirst talwnfitl takenfirst
first t for the tll long term term nomination wltn wltnthis wtt wtttliis vttnthis
this result CharieR Baldwin 22 2lJr 2lJrBaldwin 2 Dr DrBaldwin Dr1taldwiut
Baldwin IK Robert RobttrtMorJa Merits p A ccona JiICCOII1ballot secouiciballot cconaballot
ballot resulted in Mr 11 Baldwins luml lumlnution Jl1mlnation utrnlnation
nation Subsequently it was wa learned that thathe thathe thathe
he would woulddeclhw decline the nomination and andby alH alHb andby
by b unanimous vote ote the convention sub substituted KUbslttuted stubstittuted ¬
stituted the name n of Dr Baldwin who whois wlo1ft whoeqtially
is equally acceptable to all and who wh as aslikely ailikely aSlikely
likely as not would have been named namedin
in the first place but for the confusion eoiifuktanwhich lOnulihmwhich confusionwhieh
which resulted result d from the nomination nomln lion of oftwo urtwo uttwo
two men with the same name For the theshort theshort theshort
short term the convention then named namedRobert UtUneltnobert namettRobert
Robert Morris with scarcely careel u dissent diamentIng d dissentlug l1iHtnlIn
lug In vote voteS
S R Kershaw Frank Luff U 11 11Vood llood IiWood
Wood ood R W Dole and 0 P Arnohl were wereselected WEreselected woreselected
selected as members of the city commit committee ¬
tee t
teeFor For or the city it convention th tho following fCfloWlegcommittee
committee selections were made Plat Platform Flatform ¬
form J H Moyle oyle credentials T 1 P A AWilliams AWilliams
Williams permanent organization and andorder anllorder andorder
order of business s J W Arnup
Dr Baldwin is a physician who ha habeen habeen ia iabeen
been in practice more than a dozen yearj yearjIn yearJin eari eariIn
In Salt It alt t Lake 1akeRobert LakeRobert LkeRobert
Robert Morrte ie bishop of Ute Eleventh Eleventhward Bleventitward
ward
FIRST IN THE FIELD FIELDAmericans FIELDAm FIELDAmericans
Americans Am icans Will Meet in City Con Convention Convention Convention ¬
vention This Morning MorningThe
The Jh first t of the city ell oaftventieiu v nU will willUe willhe willlie
Ue heW today when the Americana meet meetin lo insetin t tIn
in the Grand theatre to toujantt > ame ante their can candidates candhlatf candldates ¬
didates > 8 for the city offieee om to ba b iilwi iilwiThe Hteflfbe 1IledThe
The convention meets at 18 oclock ud ck in inthe Inthe litthe
the morning ornln Thomas Weir will l he the thetemporary U1etemlHrary thetemporary
temporary chairman Walter J Little Littlesecretary LItt1t LittleSecretary
secretary t lrelar and Samuel Dowse sreant sreantatarm z Nfeantot1IIOI raeantaturine
atarm The feeling feellut still UIl prevail hat ihatEzra hatEzra iat iatHzra
Ezra Thompson will be nominated nomtn tedtor tedtormaor tor tormayor brmayor
mayor If 1 C for any an cause the exmayor exmayorshould hWUyorhouJd euayorshould
should > sidestep l then J W I Houston the thereel tlu1NI tiucrei
reel estate tatto man will be th the itiiduru itiidurubearer tLndurtlbearer muidurUbearer
bearer There is little Interest t maul manifested maultited maultested ¬
tested in the minor nominations nominationsPolitical nominationsPolitical nominationsPolitical
Political Notes NotesAlbert NotesAllHMt NotesAlbert
Albert J Seare of o the Third ward is isannounced illannounced isannotmued
announced as a candidate for or the nomi nomination nomination noinination ¬
nation for city auditor subject to Ihe Ihewtshois ihewtih 1hewiahes
wtshois wtih of the Democrat in city elt conven convention COnvention eonvetttion ¬
tion tionGeorge
George W Parks > arks a mining mln1n attorney attorneyis attornfis
is out for or the American nomination for forcity rorclly forcity
city recorder 1000 rd tU Ho was Kite In jwttlnf jwttlnfinto utattingInto tllm tllmInto
into the race but his friends arc making makingup inakIntill
up ill > for lost time In a double doub1 stunt of ofhustliiwr orhustln ofhustling
hustling hustliiwrAt
At a meeting mt > Uns of twentyfive tw nt nve Republic Republicans ¬
ass from the Fifth ward held mast even eiening evenlog jn jnIng
ing In the rooms of the Young Mens MensRepublican MensRepublican IcntiRepublican
Republican club it was Oealded 10 sup support support supPort ¬
port H N Standish and Dr A A a 3 5 Bower Bowerfor Bowltor i3owefor
for the two places on the council ticket ilckiain HcktItt
in that ward wardThe wardThe vardThe
The Republican dty c1t committee held a ameeting ameetln ameeting
meeting meetln last nightIn nlgbt In the rooms oi f the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Mens Republican club In the At Atlas AtJas Atls ¬
las bujUUnfc bull < lI i for th the purpose of arrang artan ¬
ing Jn for or their primaries It W wsi < K uecideU uecideUto
to holdthe primaries rrlmarl Wftdneaday Ve < evening eveningandj eveningand eveniiigandpiees
andj and andpiees plqce > laeea In n which to hold them will be beanngunped beftnu bearnutmnped
anngunped ftnu 1lU1sed < In a day d or two The ward wardconventions wuticonventions wardconventions
conventions will be bebeld held on Friday llrldu even evenCRIMINAL
In lnt 0 0CRIMINAL
Th ThCRIMINAL
CRIMINAL CARELESSNESS CARELESSNESSFinding CARELESSNESSFlncting CARELESSNESSFinding
Finding of Coroners Coron rs Jury at Inquest Inqueston
on Victim Vic tm of ofHarncy Harney Wreck WreckReno WreckRono WreckRena
Reno Nev Sept 25 2iIn In the inquest inquestover hclucstoor luqucatoor
oor the he remains of Charles JIus Meson Mahon1dllQd Mesonkilled > on onkilled
killed in the wreck at Ilarney Nov on ontho ontho ontile
tho Southern So thern Pacific l > the coroners Jury
tonight t nlght brought in a verdict finning fin 1ng
that tho wreck wascaused wn8c used by criminal crimmnlcarelessness crlmmn1carelessnoss criminalcarelessness
carelessness on the th part ofthe DC t11O raiirod raiirodemployes ralitodOmPlOyes raiivodomploycs
employes but finding that t te > e report reportthat reportthat feportthat
that Engineer Ross > and Fireman iiin iiinVille 1nyme bnyule
yule W vire ire re in the cab of the third see auction 3 seetion C CHon ¬
tion of the passenger > train was wa incor incorrect incorrect incorreet ¬
rect The third section was the ono onothat onothut onethat
that collided with the second section sectionRoss s sectionRoss tIOi1 tIOi1ROSH
Ross and Llnville were were on the t36COn sncouil sncouilsection < uxm 3 3section 1section
section of the train and an the IJUT jui1 finds findsthem findsthen findsthem
them 1 entirely e blamojese b1 J9J1e 5tritor for or h tie vek vektho W ek ekhey eckViiey
hey obeyed th the1r rpUw Oi J iry h Ie Iei
i t 1iLsQthe tlie tlieone jur l j i >
imS1 one or uiU qf lrtlrs f ftho In Inthe
tho employ of the railroad
AMERICANS PUT PUTUP PUTUP PUTuP
UP THEIR MEN MENContinued MgNContinued MENContinued
Continued from Page 1 1prestige 1prcUgc 1prestige
prestige However strenuous opposition oppositiondeveloped qpPolltfphdeveloped qpposjtjQndeveloped
developed and so a simnle f1nleendor endorsonlentrcsultdthIs endorsement tmcnt tmcntresultedthis
1 resulted resultedthis this u unanimously iadlmou l lFor
For coinriiltteoshlps those were named namedResolutions namodResolutions namedflcaolutiouus
Resolutions and a d nlatform W J L Bar Barrette Barretto Barretto
retto permanent organization awLordor awLordorof
of business b > lne8s J 1 J p Ragman credentials credentialsUeorjre credontlalsGeorte
Ueorjre Jones JonesW JonsI
I W v J Wolstenholrae is manager or the theCitizens WeCJtlzens theChtizeuus
Citizens Coal company c mpan The occupation occupationof
of Mr Brough is not given in the city eft eftdlreutof1
directory directoryi dirootorIAMERICANS
i I
t IAMERICANS I AMERICANS IN I FOURTH FOURTHMEET FOURTHMEET FOURTHMEETI
MEET IN HARMONY HARMONYFor
For the Council CouncilWilliam CouncilWIlIfam CouncilWilliam
William M L Ferry Fcr fouryear term termJ
J C Leary twoyear term termWilliam tprmWilliam termWilliam
William M 1 Ferry Felr and J C Leary head headthe laeaeIthe headthe
the ticket of the American party from fromthe fromthe
I the Fourth The convention met In Tag Tagsarfs Taggarts g gSorts
Sorts hall with a gathering of over a ahundred ahumlrc aIzuxidred
hundred l men and six women A J W We Weher tI tIbel
her was made mnd temporary chairman and andRobert andRobert andRobert
Robert J 1 Glendinnins temporary secre secretary secretar scoretnr ¬
tary tar both of these offices being made madepermanent madepermancnt madeuernmanent
permanent later
The first business put through was the thoelection tIloelection theelection
election of committees on credentials and andpermanent andpermanent antipernrniuent
permanent organization orgauiizat lou On the former formercommittee formQrcommittea forniqrconunittee
committee with 1th P J Daly as chairman chairmanwere chalrmunwere chairmanwere
were C W V r Lawrence II J Dinlnny G GF GIi GF
F Strickley Lemuel Cohen J E E Mc
Donald and Arthur Kneass F M 1 Oreiji Oromwas Oreiflwas
1 was made chairman of the committee on onpermanent 011permanent Onpermanent
permanent Organization or aniza1l0n and with him himwere himwere hintwete
were J J Stewart George W V Moyer W WW tVW V VVrmstrong
W Armstrong Lemuel Cohen F Ii A Bull BullaiuP Bullanu Bullanti1Georgc
aiuP anti1Georgc George O Kevins KevinsWhen Nevins11en NevlnsWhen
When 11en the temporary officers were In Installed Installed installed ¬
stalled as permanent th < > convention pro proi proceeded proceetied
i ceeded to name one member of each of ofthe otthe ofthe
the committees on credentials platform platformI platformand
I and an resolutions and permanent organiza organization organization organisation ¬
tion and order of business Joseph Lipp Lippman Lippman Lippman
man and W V H Tlbbals were named for forthe forthe forthe
the committee on platform and resell resolutions resoWtlops reselltiops ¬
tions and it became necessary to call callthe calltho callthe
the roll resulting In the election of TJb TJbbals Tfbbals Tibhalt
bals by b a vote ote of 51 to 37 T Mr Lippman Lippmanmoved Llppmanmoved I
moved to make the nomination of Mr MrTibbuls MrTibbals I
Tibbuls unanimous and this was done doneJudge dopeJUdge doneJudge
Judge A N Cherry was elected a mem member member momber ¬
ber of the committee on credentials by byacclamation byncclamaUon byacclamation
acclamation and Georjre A Black and andP andP andP
P J Daly were nominated for the com committee cornmnittee ¬ I Imittee
mittee on Dermaiiont organization and andorder andorder apdorder
order of business The vote stood 31 lo ML7 toc7
57 for Mr Ir Daly Dal and by motion of o Mr MrBlack MrBlack I
Black this choice was made unanimous unanimousCharles unanimousCharles unanimousCharles
Charles D Rooklidge and II J Dinlnny Dinlnnywere Dlnlnnywere Dininnywere
were elected members of the city com committee commlttee cornmittee ¬
mittee by h acclamation and in a brief briefeulogistic briefeulogistic btlefeulogistic
eulogistic speech W I Snyder Sn der nominated nominatedWilliam nominatedWilliam nominatedJiiiiarn
William M 1 Ferry for the fouryear term termin termIn termIn
in the city council Mr Snyder spoke of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fact that every voter was asking for fora
a business administration and pledged pledgedhis
his nominee to carry out the wishes of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his constituents Mr Ferrys name was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received with shouts ofapproval and the thenomination thenomination thenomination
nomination was given him h m by acclama acclamation acclamation acciamation ¬
tion Mr Fterry F rry stepped forward and andafter andattor andafter
after being Introduced by Judge A J JWeber JWeber JWeber
Weber as the next councilman from the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth precinct made a abrlet brief speech of ofacknowledgment otacknowledgment ofacknowledgment
acknowledgment acknowledgmentJudge acknowledgmentJudge acknowledgmentJtidgo
Judge Cherry Cher nominated J C Leary for forthe forthe forthe
the twoyear term and al1 < l the nomination nominationwas
was made by acclamation Mr Leary Learywas Learywns Learywas
was not present nor Is he in the city citybut citybut citybut
but Judge Cherry pledged his acceptance acceptanceCOUNCILMAN acceptanceCOUNCILMAN acceptanceCOUNCILMAN
COUNCILMAN BLACK WINS WINSFOR WINSFOR WINSFOR
FOR FOURYEAR TERM TERMFor
For the Council CouncilT
T It Black fouryear term termM termM
M 1 E Mulvey twoyear trm trmA LrmA trrnA
A real struggle for places on the ticket ticketmarked ticketmarked ticketmarked
marked tho proceedings of the Ameri American American Anmerican ¬
can convention of the Fifth ureninct ureninctwhich ureclnztiwhich ureninatwhIch
which met in Judge Diehls courtroom courtroomin
in 1110 the city hall r R R Black iw w a amember amember amember
member of the council to which he was wnselected WJielected waselected
elected as a Republican and Martin E EMulvey EMulvey BNulvey
Mulvey a former councilman and a amember Itmember amember
member of the Democratic party na nationally natlonalJy utationully ¬
tionally were ero nominated on the first firstballot firstballol firstballot
ballot over C M I Neuhauscn new a acouncilman tLcouncilman a acouncilman
councilman from the Fifth and Edgar EdgarS
S Darling Tho vote ote stood Black HlVi HlViMulvey lUnIlule 1IliMulvey
Mulvey Ilule S6 Darling 33 Neuhauscn NeultauarenB IB IBBy 5 5By
By B the rules adopted Black ie the can candidate candldate candIlate ¬
dIlate for the Ions term and Mulvcy Iuh f for ftrthe forthe r rthe
the short term term Bothreside Both re reside lde in the th Fort Korltrseventh For Fortsoventh
tsoventh district districtEach districtEneJI distrieLEach
Each district was fully represented 332 332votes J Jvotes JtVotes
votes being cast S B Westerfieid was waschairman wnchairman waschairman
chairman and Joseph Oberndorfer secre secretary 15eCretar secretart ¬
tart tar Committees were named as fol follows t follows J ¬
lows Credentials Herman Bambergcr BambergcrOgden BamberoerOgden BambergerOgden
1 Ogden lilies Thomas Homer L Ji JiFarnsworth Hi iiFarnsworth
i Farnsworth Arthur Parsons order of ofbusiness ofI ofbtusincss
I business T Egan B B Quinn W V J JHalloran JI JIalloran
Halloran Frank Hoffman B B Hay Haywood He Hewood Heytvood
I
wood woodJ
J AV V Houston presented the namo of ofBlaok orBlaok 0 0Blaok
Blaok who he declared had l > oen a awatchman awatchman attatelinuaui
watchman for the good of the Gentile Gentileclement OentjJolement Cenhthelement
clement of this city for two years pn ftlUt ftlUtJ fMthLFrank t tFrank
Frank J rank Hoffman offered the nami of ofNeuhaugen orI ofNeuhausetu
I Neuhaugen Thomas Homer the name of ofDarling orDarllnl ofDarling
Darling and diaries Moptvu Owen that thatof thatof thatof
of Mulvey whom he described dOl rlbed as Ua a lit little Uttic littIe ¬
tic round in figure but square In heart heartW hOOItYo heuitW
W Yo J Halloran and F I M 1 Wilson were wereappointed wereI
I appointed tellers and the vote was wa taken takenwith tahtwith talulwith
with the result given Iven above aboveOn aboveOn aboveOn
On motion of W V R White the present presentmembers preacntmembers presentmembers
members o of the city clt committee < < J K KDarmer JJDarmer BIlarmer
Darmer and George A Sheets Sbeetswere were re reelected reelfcted ieelected
elected Thomas Homer was elected electedward elcoteawllrd electedward
ward chairman c alrman by b unanimous vote anil anilwas lIor1vms spdwas
was authorized to appoint his own sec secretary seeretary ¬
retary retlr Members of the city convention conventioncommittees conventioncommittees conventioncommittees
I committees were named as follows Res Resolution Re5oluUon Resolutions ¬
olution Ogden Hiles order of buainwi buainwiW
W V J Halloran credentials Ji I W Hou Houston Houton Houton ¬
ton tonDID tonDID
e ea eaDID
DID NOT AID REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONAsphalt REVOLUTIONJAsphalt
Asphalt Company Has a Native Ven Venezuelan Venezuelan Venezuelan
I INew
ezuelan as Witness WitnessNew
I
New York Sept 25Teotiniony to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that the New York Yor Ber Bermudcz Bermudez Bermudea
mudcz Asphalt company did not as assist asist asslat ¬
slat ist in the recent revolution headed by byGeneral b bGenel1l1llatos bYGeneral
General Genel1l1llatos Mates of o Venezuela was taken takenhere tul takenhere < cn cnh
here h re today The testimony testlmon was In Intended fnlended Intended ¬
tended for use in Venezuelan courts courtsin
in a suit for 11000000 which the Vene Venej Venezuelan Tenesudan
j zuelan government has brought broughtagainst broug broughtagainst t ttLsulmst
against the asphalt company IJor OI dam damages damugcs damages ¬
ages in connection with the revolution revolutionVencenti reVolutionV revolutionremce1tf
Vencenti V < nccnti P Leon a native Venezuelan Venezuelansaid Venezuelansaid Venezuelansaid
said that he was an employe of thQ thQasphalt th thasphalt thQasphalt
asphalt company at the time when the therevolution therevolution therevolution
revolution began He said that Gen General Qeneral Cellera ¬
eral era Matos came to him and demanded demandedthat demandedthat demandedthat
that the New York Bermudez As Asphalt Asphalt Asphalt
phalt company pay to the revolution revolutionists ¬
ists 510000 10000 He reported the demand demandto demanto
to Major ajor Rafferty Raffert an official of the theasphalt theasphalt theasphalt
asphalt company who declined to pay paythis paYtills paYthis
this or any other sum For hit h part partin partIn partin
in making this demand Leon said that thathe thathe thathe
he was way discharged by Major Raf Raffcrtir Rafl Rattert
fcrtir fcrtirair tert = l t
tertMr
air Leon also said that he had hadreceived hdreceived I Ireceived
received a letter from Luigi Lul l a aformer aformer aformer
former sympathizer with the revolu revolutionlsts revolutionists revolutionists
tionists who was released from tom prison prisonrecently prIsonrecentl prisonrecently
recently recentl Luigi tried to induce him himLeon himLeon
I Leon said to return to South Amen America
i ca as a patriotic Venezuelan and to totestify totestify totestify
testify in behalf of the government in inthe Inthe inthe
the present suit offering political l am amnesty amn amnesty ¬
nesty n sty in return for such testimony testimonyBARON testimonySABON testimonyBARON
BARON KANEKO KANEKORECALLED KANEKORECALLEDFinancial RECALLED RECALLEDFinancial RECALLEDFinancial
Financial Agent of Japan Will Re Return Rcturn 1eturn ¬
turn With Komura KomuraNew KonwraNew KomuraNew
New York Sept 25 5Balon Baron Kaneko Kanekowho Kanekowho Kanokovho
who has been in this country as the thefinancial thqfinancial tiiufinancial
financial agent of the emperor of Japan Japanhas Japanhaa Japanluau
has been recalled He will return to toJapan toJapan toJapan
Japan with Baron Komura one of o the thepeace thopeacc 11wpeace
peace envoys the party starting 5t rUng on onWednesday onVcdnc onWednesday
Wednesday Vcdnc day and going by way of Mon Montreal Montreal Mootreal ¬
treal to Vancouver and sailing for 0 the theOrient theOltcnt theOrIent
Orient on the Empress of India Oct OctI 2 2I
I have been in this country Cout1tr nineteen nineteenmonths ninclcounionths nineteenmonths
months during a most critical time in inthe Inthe Inthe
the history of tho Japanese said saidBaron la1tBaron altt alttBaron
Baron Kanoko tonight I have been beenreceived bcenreechcd beenreceived
received In every quarter in the most mostfriendly mostfriendly mostmnlendly
friendly manner Americans have haveshown h htvcmshown vo voahown
shown a keen interest In my country countryand eountr eountrand countryand
and her affairs affairsAs affairsAs allaireAs
As for the relations between the theUnited U1CUnited theUxited
United States and Japan they will in inmy Inmy Inmy
my opinion become closer The inter interests Interest interestp ¬
ests est of the nations in the far cast in inthe Inthe inthe
the future should go hand In hand I Iam Iam Iam
am sUre s e nothing will occur tQ interrupt interruptthose InterruPttJIOSO Intorrupithose
those that are loplted unon aa a time timehonored tJmctonored timehoimored
honored The settlement of tliltfjranf tliltfjranfsit tI5jjn tI5jjnsit drpn drpnit
sit it question euo sUon establishes OSla blM1ls a afot forimtajytfi forimtajytfifor fOU UI 1ltJ u uror
for peaceful interaourac Jitteraouf1lcbehr betwwhir bbtwhUi bbtwhUitwo 1f riii riiitwo HltI
two countries s l
G GAINS INS HIGH PRAISE PRAISEthur PRAISE4rthurSh
Arthur 4rthurSh thur Shepherd pherd Salt lake Compos Composer
er Is Favorably Criticised in inEverybodys inEverybodys inEverybodys
Everybodys Magazine agazineThe it itTh m mThe
The Th October Oct Octob brir number of f Everybodys Ecnbod1sJngazfM EverybodysMagazine Evcrybod81Iagazine
Magazine gives notice to Arthur Shep Shephrdof SheprdoC SliepJiEdot
hrdof rdoC Salt lt Lake leader of the Salt SaltLake Salta SaltLateTheutre
Lake a LateTheutre Theatre T eatre orchestra and praises high highI
I b y Ms ORUS S 2 No No1 1 a mazurka for forpiano rortnnno forpiano
piano The magazine stys stysWithin StysI
I I Within recent years ears there has come comeinto comeinto comeI
I into existence in a territory which east eastCorners eastoruers eaStornerk
Corners are re somewhat in the habit of orregarding ofregarding ofregarding
regarding as of indifferent artistic con consequence conMquenCc consequence ¬
sequence a creative musical spirit which whichhas whichhQS whelmhuts
has Already proved its vitality in worKs worKsof workscf
of notable n tnble energy and individual power power0ne powerPI1C powerQuo
Quo of the most recent products of ofWhat orwhat ofWhat
What one may call roughly speaking speakingthe speakingIhe speakingthe
the western school of music makers is isMr 18Mr ISMr
Mr Arthur Shepherd a young musician musicianof
of Salt Lake City whose Opus 2 No Nop 1 1s
s p Mazurka for Piano has Just been baenissued beenIiSued beenisucd
issued by the WaWan press Mr r Shop Shoph Shophprd ¬
herd h rd is as a has been said a young man manyet manyct manyet
yet his work betrays a technical ma maturity mnturlt matunlty ¬
turity turlt and confidence confl ence that would be benoteworthy beJ1ot benoteworthy
noteworthy J1ot worlhf In a much mu < h more morcexper1tncea morcexper1tnceawrftor experienced experiencedwriter experIencedwriter
writer we c have < seen 8 cn none of his works worksin
in fho larger forms Whether he should shouldConstruct shouldconstruct 1 1iJonstruct
Construct an orchestral orch trlI work of import important Importnt importtint
ant nt dimensions < with the finish and sym symmetry symmetry symguetry ¬
metry that he displays in putting to together torether together ¬
gether his smaller piano works remains remainsto
to be seen but unquestionably he is 1 1 a acomposer acampo acomposer
composer campo er with a singularly firm grasp graspof grafPor graSPof
of the essentials of musical form in its itsfundamental Itsfundamental Itsfundamental
fundamental sense and It is probable probablethat probabletbat probablethat
that he is able to handle designs of a awider aWider awidel
wider Scope and extent as successfully successfullyas
as he manipulates those of briefer span spanHe Epanl spanHO
He l has too what Is of far more mo moment momcnt memaUL ¬
maUL ideas and a distinctive manner ot otexpressing oroxnressng ofexpressing
expressing them Among the few of oflf orhriS oflu1s
hriS lf writing which the present commen commentator commentator colnmentalon ¬
tator has had an opportunity of inspect inspecting inspectIng inspecting ¬
ing there are many evidences of a athoOghtful at110 athough
thoOghtful t110 though ghtful Ltul and original temperament to tonether toether totether
nether ether with a well developed d capacity capacityfor
for selfcriticism and dispassionate analy analysis annl annlsls analyols ¬
sis Just at present Mr Shepherd seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to be e somewhat under the Influence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Brahms manner which has its dan dangers dangers dangem ¬
gers as well as its excellencies as a amodel amodel amodel
model for progressive young writers writersBut writersBut writersBut
But Mr Shepherd Is far too indepen independent Ind independent > pen pendQnt ¬
dent and forceful a personality to re remain remain nomain ¬
main long under the sway of anothers anothershabit anothershabJt anothershabit
habit of artistic speech however noble nobleand nobleand nobleand
and persuasive persuasiveALL IIersuaslveALL persuasiveALL
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ALL NATIONS NATIONSINTERESTED NATIONSINTERESTEDCongress INTERESTED INTERESTEDCongress INTERESTEDCongress
Congress of Economic Expansion Has Hasa
a Plan for Polar Exploration Explorationin
in Future FutureMons FutureMona FutureMons
Mons Belgium Sept 25 25The The Interna International International Internatioaal ¬
tional Congress ConST ss of Economic Expansion Expansionat
at its session today discussed a plan for forplacing forplacing forplacing
placing Polar exploration under inter international International international ¬
national direction A motion to this thiseffect thiseffect thiseffect
effect was signed by the Duke of ofAb ofAbruzzi Ab Abruzzi Abruzzl
ruzzi the Duke of Orleans Dr Char Charcot Charcot h hcot
cot the French Antarctic explorer explorerLieutenant explorerLieutenant explorerLieutenant
Lieutenant Gerlache the Belgian Ant Antarctic Antarctic Antarctic ¬
arctic explorer Dr Nordenskjold Nordensl jold the theSwedish theSwedish theSwedish
Swedish Arctic explorer and many manyother munyother manyother
other explorers explorersThe exlorersThe explorersThe
The signers arc said to be certain to tohave tohave tohave
have the cooperation of Commander CommanderPearyand CommanJerPeary CommanuerPeary
Pearyand Peary and Dr Nausea and practically practicallyall
all the Arctic explorers Dr Norden Nordenskjold Nordenskjold Nordeaskjold ¬
skjold Lieutenant Shackleton of the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British navy the Antarctic explorer explorerand explorerand explorerand
and W tV S Bruse it was said were wereready wereready wereready
ready to take part in an international internationalexpedition InternationalcxledILJol1 internationalexpeditlon
expedition expeditionA expeditlonA
A motion was adopted approving the theplan theDlan timepiani
plan for international direction of Polar Polaroxpedftions Polarcixi Polarixpcdltions
oxpedftions cixi > cd tlons and asking Belgium to take takethe taketJje taketle
the initiative In inviting other nations nationsThe nationsrhe nationsThe
The congress also considered consfd red a propo proposition proposition propositlon ¬
sition for the creation of an interna international international international ¬
tional < etnnolographic bureau for the thepurpose thepurpose thepunitose
purpose of assembling the information informationgathered infonnaUongathered informationgatliereil
gathered by all scientific missions missionsFrederick missionsFrederIck missionsFrederick
Frederick J V Skiff of Chicago was wasamong wasamong wasamong
among the supporters of the he proposal proposalto
to establish the bureau which was wasadopted wasdoPted wastidopted
adopted A committee was appointed appointedto
to organize It ItThe itThe ItThe
The political section s ction discussed trusts trustsnd truststUC1 I Ind
tUC1 nd tariffs without reaching a determi determination determiilation deternilimation ¬
nation nationMinister imationMfnist I IMtnlster
Minister Mfnist r of State Borrnart addressed addressedtie addressedtile scd scdqlc
tie qlc marine section upon the necessity necessityfor necessltrq necessityfqr
for rq an international agreement upon iipoummaritifll uponmaritima pon
maritima m rlUm legislation legislationNAVAL leglt5fationNAVAL legislationNAVALARMISTICE
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NAVAL NAVALARMISTICE NAVALARMISTICEDetails ARMISTICE ARMISTICEDetails
Details of Agreement Have B Been BeenReached BeenReached en enReached
Reached at St Petersburg PetersburgSt
St Petorsburg Sept 25 2JDetalls Details wore woreobtained worooltalncd woreobtained
obtained today to ay of the naval armistice armisticeand armlstleeand armisticeand
and demarcation line along the Siberian Siberiancoast Siherililtcoast Siberlallcoast
coast arranged by the th Japanese Japal1 c and nUB Rusjslttns nUBshms RueslutIm
jslttns Sept 18 Tho line of demarcation demarcationwhich demarcationwhich demarcationwhich
which cannot be traversed by armed armedwanljips armetlwar armednarlps
wanljips war lp5 or vessels of either country countrystarts countrtitartfl countr3starts
starts front Cape Rotlsonoff runs east eastand castan eastand
and an then runs north through the middle middleof I
of tho Strait of Tartary Turtar to Cape Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizaboth ¬
beth thence th nce east to near l1 ar Kamtchatka Kamtchatkathence Kamutchatkailueluco
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thence south to longitude 5039 north ana anathen anathen andthen
then cast again to the Commander islands islandsabout islandsabout
about 5 degrees e ree5 north of the line The Thenarrowest Thenarrowest Thenarrowest
narrowest part of the Strait of Tartary Tartaryis
is made neutral that t is to say sa ships shipsof shipsf shipsof
of f neither country count can traverse it itAt ItAt itAt
At the beginning of the conference of orthe ofthe ofthe
the > admiral which occurred in Korul Koruioff KorulJoft KorulJolt
Jolt off bay Admiral Shimuamura for Japan Japanproposed Japanproposed Japanproposed
proposed to establish es < abllsh a line from coast coastto coastto coastto
to coast about forty fort miles south of otVlhdlvpstok ofVlhdlQItok ofVibdivostok
Vlhdlvpstok but Rear Admiral Jessen Jessenfor Jessentor Jessenor
for or Russia rejected the proposition propositionAU
All Au the details of the armistice in Ko Korwi KofM Koeot
rwi eot haVe not yet been settled The rep representatives repJfsfntfttiYes representatives ¬
resentatives of both armies are still stillworking stiliworking stillworking
working on them themHORSFORDS themHORSFORDS themIIORSFORUS
HORSFORDS ACID PHOSPHATE PHOSPHATECures PHOSPHATECures PHOSPHATECures
Cures Nervous Disorders DisordersHeadache DisorderslIoada DisordersHeadache
Headache lIoada l1e Insommla Exhaustion and andRjwtlassnoss andnU6ijSnc5S andRestlessness
Restlessness Rebuilds the nervous nervoussystem nervoussstem nervousCARESS
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CARESS KILLS CHILD CHILDFather CHILDFather CHILDFather
Father Breaks Neck of His H is Little Littlei LittleDaughter LittleDaughter
i Daughter DaughterGravel DaughterGravel DaughterGravel
Gravel Switch Ky I Sept 25 23The The un unusual unus antisilni ¬
usual us nl happening of a father killing Ills Illschild illShlld hutschild
child with a caress occurred hare today todayJucon toduyJa todayJucon
Jucon Ja on Chumbley of this county count who had hadbeen budboon
been b oen away awaomoumlreturnedtovlslt awaomoumlreturnedtovlslthill some time returned to visit visithlg vIsitlila
hill ri I V l and child When h h1 ctinae the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little girl aged a ed 6 ran to meet her father fathernnd fatherRnd fatherand
and reached up for a kiss As he bent bentdown bentdown bentdown
down he nut his hand under her chin chinI chinto chInto
I to raise her head An Instant later the thei thetatter tIlelatter
i latter sank back dead The sudden bend bendi bendlot bendmu
i In lot mu r back of the little girls head broke brokeher brOlchr brokeher
her neck nrd d death was almost almo t instan instantaneouB instantneous instantneoue
taneouB The father Is I almost erased erasedover crazedover ceasedover
over the strange occurrence whereby wh reb his hisraress hiseares
raress ares was turned Into a death blow for fori forhis forlila
i his only onl child childLOGAM chilaLOGAN chIldLOGAN
LOGAN CITIZEN GETS GETSNICE GETSNICE GETSNICE
NICE LITTLE POSITION POSITIONSpecial POSITIONSpecial POSITIONSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWa HeraldWashington
Washington Wa lilngton Sept 25 25E E T Olsen ot ofLogan otIogan otLogan
Logan Utah has been appointed spe special specI1l1 apetiiti ¬
cial disbursing agent of the rcclama rcclamaUon rcclmnaU reclarnattdn
Uon U in service 5 rlcc for Utah UtahCASHIER UtahCASH UtahCASHIER
CASHIER CASH I ER SENTENCED SENTENCEDNew
New York Sept 25 25Francls Francis II Pal Palmor Palmer Palmar
mar the farmer cashier of the Pe Peconlc Peconic Fecoumic
conic bank of Sag Harbor who last lastweek lastwcak lastweek
week pleaded pleadcdguUty guilty to tho charge of ofembezzlement orcmbazzlemcnt ofenthezzlement
embezzlement of 41000 was today todaysentenced today8cnt todaysefltenced
sentenced 8cnt nc d to not less than one scar vcurnor scarpor car carnor
nor more than three years imprison imprisonment imprison111nt imprisoniltOnt ¬
ment in state prison prisonIF prisonIF prisonIF
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According to f Coalition Lead leaders rs l Peace Peaceable Peaceable ace aceable ¬
able Settlement Settlement Sctt1 mc1t in Hungary HungaryIs HuI flu gary garyIs
Is Impossible ImpossibleLondon ImpossibleLondon I
London Sept Sal 25Special Special dispatches dispatchesfrom dlpatchcJtrom dispatchesfrom >
from Budapest to this mornings London Londonnewspapers LondJnnewspapcrs Londonnewspapers
newspapers In Indicate lratCthilt < that tidt the excitement excitementconsequent eicltemertconoquent e cltemert cltemertconsequent
consequent on the th strained tralnc relations be between bCtwoen DCtwocun ¬
tween the crown and the united oppost opposti i it
t I i tion In the th > Hungarian diet is increasing increasingand IncrcasirgI lncrcasngI
I and that while the leaders lea er8 of tho coalition coalitionI coaUli coaLitioutparties n nparties
I parties are counseling the people to if ifI Hfrnln Ic1mm
I frain 1mm from vjplatlng > the law Inflammu Inflammui lnflammttory
i tory speeches are being made by b promin promincnt promlnent promincat
cat persons p > r8ons in various sections of tlu tlui th theourtry
i i country and that probably for the first firsttime fjl flmttime t tI
time the personal popularity of the king kingemperor kimcnperor kiumsenperor
emperor h hi heing q ll1g assailed assailedAt IlStialiedAt
I At t the meeting meo ng of the executive com committee comI cornmittee ¬
mittee of the coalition parties at Buda Budapest Budalcst BudaPest ¬
I pest yesterday y t6r a according to the dis dispatches dl dlJatches dumimtches ¬
patches several sharp > speeches > s were weremade wnmade wrcmade
made and the th conviction onvlcU n was waspressed ex expressed E x xpressed ¬
pressed that a a peaceable settlement was wasimpossible WaSJmr1oBslble wosimpossible
impossible though there was no refer reference refercane efercnce ¬
cane to other than a legal fight over tin tindifferences th thdlfferenc613 thedifferences
differences between the twO tw parts of th thempire themplr thmempire
empire Jt is said that the coalition lead leaders leaders leadera ¬
ers proposed to Cqunt Cziraky Czlrnk at tfcf tfcfconference t e econference
conference in Vienna VI nnll Sunday a compr comprmlae compumisc j jmise
mise of the difficulties difjcul les arising from tlu tluquestion thoqU08t1on thi thiquestion
question of the language to be used In Inthe Inthe itttite
the army arm in Hungary by b the introduc introduction Introduction Introducflout ¬
tion of Hungarian HungatianWlrds words of command cO forjj forjjsixteen forgsixteen or4 or481t
sixteen 81t > en Hussar regiments only It is un understood 1Pdl Pfldrstood ¬
derstood dl tood that this proposition was car curried carrIed carned ¬
ried to his majesty maje ilY whose failure to torc torcply re reply rc rcIy ¬
ply Iy indicates his ultimatum u1ltntatum is unchange unchangeable uncbllucable uumehuligeable ¬
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Providence II I 1 Sept 25 2Mayor 2MayorAugustus 5Ia Mayor MayorAugustus or orAugustus
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Hope City hospital today from heart heartdisease heartdisease heartdisease
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