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I SALT LAKE HERALDO HERALDONE LAST EDITION EDITIONWEATHER
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FREEDOM CELEBRATED CELEBRATEDOVER
OVER RUSSIAN EMPIRE EMPIRESt
St Petersburg People Allowed to Give Vent to toTheir toTheir
Their Feelings FeelingsIndications FeelingsIndications
Indications That the Backbone of tbe Strike is Bitoken BrokenPoland BrokenPolandUkely Poland PolandLikely
Likely to Be the Plague Spot SpoGeneral General Trepoff TrepoffIssues TrepoffWarning
Issues Warning WarningSt
St Petersburg Nov 1 3SO a m rnEr1y Early this morning after a confer conference conferenee ¬
ence in which all the generals commanding troops troo in St Petersburg Petersburgparticipated PetersburgParticipated
participated General Trepoff iasuod ued the following announcement which whichis
is being placarded throughout tho oity oityThe oltyThe
The day of October 31st unfortunately did not pass off without withoutviolent withoutViolent
violent encounters between the different factions or o the population as aswell aswell
well as with police and troops troopsRecognizingtho troopsRecognizing
Recognizingtho Recognizing the responsibility imposed in me I again request the thepopulace thePopulace
populace to nminlnln maintain order and give warning that all attempts to dis disturb disturb ¬
turb order will be suppressed with the most peremptory and categorical categoricalmeasures categoricalmeasures
measures a ThEPOFp RTCpnwri
4
T PETERSBURG Oct 31 3LA1 3LA1RuIa Al AlRussia
ST Russia today enthusiastically cole celebratod colebratod
bratod the theemperors emparora gift of free freeuoin freetA1fl
uoin which the tli greater part of the theluplc th
luplc 1 ople received with deepest joy joyffiough jo jot
t ffiough m St Petersburg Moacow ant anttilur anitht
> tilur tht r cities aocialigts and revolution revolutions
r s organized antigovernment demon demonr
r trrtlouB r tlow und red flag parades which whichwith whlcFith
with ith the patriotic demonstrations le leto leto <
to a number of conflicts between th threds threds <
reds and whiten a a the antigov antigovernment antlgovtrnment ¬
ernment and royalist faction are re reppectlvoly repect1voly
ppectlvoly termed On the whole tin tinday
4i day passed more quietly in Russia thai thaihad thaihad
had been expected Riots were report reported reportd ¬
ed d at Kazan Kishineff and Poltava Poltavaand Poltvizud
and two men were killed killedUnrestrained killedUnrestrained
Unrestrained Liberty LibertyIn
In each of the two capitals St Pe PeturSburs Pctrbut
turSburs trbut g and Moscow the day wai waione wsline
one such a az the Russians never befon befonhave beforhave
have seen The Slavic people who whoduring wlicduring
during the tii long war just closed and andtho am amthe
the anxious period preceding tlu tluannouncement th thflflflflulleemeflt
announcement of the new era of con conftitutlonaliHin eonr
ftitutlonaliHin r seemed selfrestrained selfrestrainedsind seIfrestratnend
sind nd apathetic gave themselves fulls fu1I fu1Ito
to the exuberance of the moment and andspent an anrpent
spent the entire day in parades and andassemblies am ami
i assemblies which for the first time in inthe iitIit
the history of Russia were freely per permitted pernttted ¬
mitted Under tho orders of Count CounWitte
Witte and General Trepoff the troopKenerally troop troopigenerally
generally were withdrawn from the thestreets thastrects
streets of the cities and the fullest rein reingiven religivn
given the people to let out their en enthusiasm ¬
thusiasm in demonstrations which so solujig s suig
lujig uig as they were not destructive were werenot werenot
not interfered with withSun withSun
Sun Shone BrightlyIt Brightly
It was a significant omen that after aftera
a fortnight of gloomy and depressing depressingweather depressiniweather
weather symbolic of the t1 days of the theuay th thrtrike
rtrike JJJIUU houe out brightly to toclay
clay in bt Petersburg and brought a aj sadiant
j ladlant Indian summer day The Thesenes Tluenes
senes enes in St Petersburg remmdsd the thei tluobserver
i observer of events in an American unl flifirslty
1 vtrsity rslty toAvn after a great football footballj footbaiIctory
j victory but a n thousand times magnl magnlfifd magnilThd
fifd From early morning the th streets streetsI streetsof
I of the capital were filled with a mass massi mamof
i of demonstrators who paraded up and anJilown
1 down the long and broad Nevsky Nevsk NevskProspect
Prospect and tramped time and again againthe agairthe
the route between the principal centers centersof Centerlof
of demonstration demonltrationthe the Kazan cathedral cathedralI cathedraland
I and the university universityand and constantly constantlyI constantlyiugmeutIng
I augmenting reached a grand total of offully olfully
fully 200000 people while down the theNevsky th thevsicy
Nevsky evsicy Prospect late in the afternoon afternoonsocialist afternootiroialist
socialist agitators consisting of both bothtudents bothiudents
tudents and workmen and meinberif members membersOf
Of if revolutionary organisations jumpotl jumpotlJnto jumpoJinto
into the forefront of affairs in St Pe Petersburg Fetrsbtirg ¬
tersburg and converted the celebration celebrationi
i Ho to a great revolutionary demonstra demonstraJP demonstrSocialists
a JP
I Socialists Active ActiveThere ActiveThere
There were long processions in which whichhundreds WItiellliundreda
hundreds of red flags were carried and andto andto
to which every one was wa compelled to todoff todoff
doff their hat A majority of the pa payijers paijera
yijers flaunted on the lapels of their theircoats theltcoats
coats rosettes and streamers of erIn crimson erInson ¬
son ribbon and socialist orators deliv delivered dePrcred ¬
ered fiery orations from the balconies balconiesof
of the university and the portico of the thet theathedral
t cathedral or wherever they cxtuid trnidgather cxtuidgather
gather audiences They declared the theconcessions theconvesslons
concessions of the emperors manifesto manifestoTere manifestonere
Tere insufllclent and that they must musthave musthLVe
have the th freedom of all political > prlu prluouers prlsoaaers
ouers the formation of a nationalnhiItIa national nationalmilitia
militia and nih the banishment of General CeaetalTrepoif GeneralTrepoff
Trepoff and all the troups under life lifecommand hIscommand
command twenty miles from the capi capital altal ¬
tal
Reds Were Victorious VictoriousEarly VictoriousEarly
Early in the day the MHraellalae MHraellalaesupplanted MarsellaIeCUlllafltStI
supplanted the th national anthem as the thepopular thepopular
popular marching song The loyalists loyalistsattempted ioyahetsattempted
attempted to take the lead against the thesocialists thesIahfsts
socialists and revolutionists by orgnnj orgnnjizing organ organiztiag
> izing counter parades in which they theycarried theytrrid
carried the red white and blue ban bannpr bair
npr r of Russia and chanted the th national nationalarthem nationalarthem
arthem but they were driven off the theNevsky theNvsky
Nevsky Prospect by the overwhelming7umbers overwhelming overwhelmingnumbers
numbers of the reds every time they theyappeared theyappeared
appeared appearedIn
> In the early part of the day great greatcrowds greatrowds
crowds of spectators filled the broad broadsidewalks broadsidewalks
sidewalks and remained until the drnOlIStIltUOflS dem demonstrations ¬
onstrations assumed so o turbulent a acharacter aharacter
character that the wellintentioned wellintentionedI wel 1Intentionediasses
I Basses lied to their homes und the theI the3nerchants
I jnerchants hastily boarded up the win windws vlni
i dows of their stores and shops and andburred ala alabarred
burred their doors fearing an outbreak outbreakvUiKli outbreakIlil1
vUiKli Ilil1 might reflult in pillage and ala
t destruction Such an outbreak how however however
ever did not occur and the day cloeed cloeedwithout cledwithout
without serious collisions cohhisfoneRoughs collisionsRoughs
Roughs Made Trouble TroubleThe TroubleTh
The Th major maor portion of the ottisena Ur UreI UreIout ti tiout
out by > > v the long celebration of the flrat flratlav f1rtila
ila lav of Russian Mberty went early to toLfJ tobr
LfJ br 1 and at mkln mklrnght ht the Xevrtty Proe Proel
l rt t was W de deeerted ert d except for crowds of ofTciighs ofvighs
Tciighs armed with clubs who p paraIed r iletl iletlfio
fio 0 avenue singing the national anthem anthemus
us wtl wi 1 a as revolutionary songs and who whotd whod
td d frequent eoNtalww With each other otbert otherl
l t iriuff which shets were re fired firedA
A J X 4 Ihc most seriouc eriou encounter during the thef theI
I f V ay took place near the barracks ot the theSeminoff the5erninoff
Seminoff resriment where a crowd of ofdemonst ofdrn1OnStraflt
demonst drn1OnStraflt rants in attempting to march to tot
t 4 the technological Institute was stoneed stoneedfcy
fcy v troOPS Shots were fired on both akl etd1tit a aTvlth
Tvlth 1tit the ± result that one man was killed killedI killedilId
I and ten wounded A prominent lawyer lawyerand hawrerarid
and a profetwor were wounded in a col collision j jlinen ¬
linen at the polytechnic school schoolRed schoolRed
Red Flag Fights FightsL
L 1 Anotlier nother fatality resulted from the da dai fhiinnd
i jnaJid made by the crowd that hat be bedoffed i iI
I doffed before the red lags An officer officerwho OCflV I Iwho
who refused to obey the th demand waa wa set setupon setupon
upon and beaten with the staffs of fla flawhen flags flagswhen
when he drew his revolver a and fl fired a anumber anumber
number of shots killing one person In Inan jtan
an affray affT at the Putlloff works between betweenetrjkers betweeirtrjkers
etrjkers and nd non nonstrikrs trlk w several men menA
A 4 were badly beaten Ten or twelve men menf
f f were wounded In the conflicts on the theTfevsky tj tjecsky
Tfevsky ecsky Prospect Prospecti ProspectDuring
i During the evening rumora ef eHsIonsresdtlng cotlisions
1 resulting hi h heavy avy nta41Ua attained attainedi attajiajwide
i wide circulation hUt tbe 4tseoriatad Ueoriat < d Press Prest Pressis
t Is unable to oonfirm th UIn m and it 4e of tiftlcdalIy
1 finally stated tli tlt t beytnd the hP futalit futaliti fttljtjs fttljtjsenUoiied < <
i mentioned enUoiied ubove no one waa wa killed tu
day da The Th authorities however are moi moiapprehensive morapprehensive
apprehensive for tomorrow when th titlliquor
liquor shops which for the most uan naretosed
1 wew closed t teds day will be opened am amwhen ll llWhen
when the agitators aftor att a days incendi incendiV
< t3 V apeeci speees s may be able to work a por porlion
lion of titip thepopulation population to the point of ofgtriouB i irios
gtriouB rios eacountcr with the troopsor wiLl witlthe wiLlthe
the royalists royalistsSoldiers royalletaSoldiers
Soldiers Helped Celebrate CelebrateThe
The soldiers off duty today miaglei miagleifreely gilngletfreely
freely with th the demonstrators ant antfraternized an anfraternized
fraternized with the populace populaceA
A number of them including s eevora eevoraoffleers vora voraofficers
officers placed themselves at the head ol olone o oone
one procession provoking wild cheers cheersA
A feature of the day was the Intensi Intensianmlty intensenmity
enmity displayed by the orators against againstGeneral againsGeneral
General Trepoff the agitators universally universallydemanding universall3demanding
demanding his removal and at sreal srealmeeting grealmeeting
meeting in the university tonight on onorator ouiOrator
orator openly called for a volunteer t tkill tkill
kill him Count AVitte however does doesnot dowiwat
not seen ser i inclined to throw him overboard over overboard
board at least for th the present and ha haalso healso
also refused the pronosals for tho th re removal rernoval
moval of the troops as sheer folly follyTne follyIlii
Tne Ilii forthcoming amnesty for polltlca polltlcaprisoners Poilticaprisopers
prisoners announced by Count With Withserved VltUserved
served to defeat a number of attempts attemptsmade uttemphI
I made by agitators to stir the crowds u uto ui uito
to attack the St Petersburg Institutlor Institutlorin
in which political prisoners are detained detainedand detainedttiul
and whleh whle1lib is strongly guarded by troops troopsUniversal troopsUniversal
Universal Suffrage SuffrageDuring SuffrageDuring
During the afternoon Count Vitte an announcdd anflounced
flounced to a friend that he was not with without without
out hope that universal suffrage would wouldbe woukbe
be introduced before the elections for thcstate the thestate
state douma took place placeThis placeThis
This announcement where It spread spreadamong sprea spreaamong
among the liberals will enroll many ol olthe ohthe
the latter among th the e friends of the new newgovernment flO flOgovernment
government against the Socialists who whoannounce whCannounce
announce that they will be satisfied with withnothing withnothing
nothing leas than a democratic republic republicon repubhion
on ti L3ie basis of state socialism nocutlUmIf
If the agitators fore a collision and andthe andthe
the army stands firm the resultant blood bloodshed lIOQIshed
shed will be apt to react against thorn tfcemand thornand
and to drive all except ee pt the r radlesi radlesiment ta ei eiment
ment into the government camp assur assuring assurlag ¬
lag Count WKtft WNt a Htvmig majority in the tliedouma thedounia
douma when it assembles asemblesCONFERRED assemblesCONFERRED
CONFERRED WITH EDITORS EDITORSCount EDITORSCount
Count Wittc Relies Upon the Press Pressfor Presfor
for Support SupportSt
St Petersburg Oct aCount Witte to today today ¬
day summoned a conference of the editors editorsof
of all the St Petersburg newspapers and anda afldIaked
Iaked a ked their aid anQ cooperation In restor restorinr resterleg
leg normal conditions and securing the thecoufidente theoonfldenre
coufidente of tho people In the new re regime regirne ¬
gime the purpose of which which was to give givethe givethe
the fullest measure of liberty outlined ifl iflthe > n nThe
the manifesto manifestoThe
The count said he had telegraphed to tomany tomany
many eminent liberals to come to St Pe Petersburg PCteisburg ¬
tersburg and assist in putting the new newadministration newfldlulfliatrutiOfl
administration on a solid and acceptable acceptabletotting acceptablefooting
totting but while the railroad strike pre prevented prevented ¬
vented their arrival he was forced to torclv torely
rely on the sober sense of the St Pe Fetersburg Petersburg ¬
tersburg pr prss as without whose assistance assistancein
in calming the people the government governmentcould governmentcould
could do nothing positive and would be beobliged beobliged
obliged to content Itself with negative negativeand negativeand
and even reactionary measures measuresThe measuresihe
The editors present expressed tile full fullest fullset ¬
est confidence in Count ditto but de declared dodared ¬
dared that they could not publish their theirnapera theirpapers
papers without the consent of the strike strikecommittee strikecommittee
committee The editors of the radical radicalpapers radicalpnprs
papers said thttt to content the people peopleft
ft was necessary to give the fullest amnesty am amnesty ¬
nesty to iralttical prisoners and remove removeGeneral removehneriil
General Trepoff the Coaaackx and the theother theother
other military forces from the city cityCount cItyCouflt
Count Wltte said the government in inlanded intended
landed to proclaim amnesty A manl manlf 2nanifssto
fssto f to wait being prepared but everythingcould everything everythingcould
could not be done in a day lie added addedthat addedthat
that it would be marines to remove the thetroope thetroops
troops from the city at suck a juncture junctureWILD junctureWILD
WILD SCENES OF REJOICING REJOICINGRussian REJOICINGRussian
Russian Capital Decorated With WithFlags WithFlags
Flags and Bunting BuntingSL
SL Petersburg Oct 31 1230 2 p mThe mTheRuMHhui mTheItuipsiaji
RuMHhui capital blossomed with flags and andbunting andbunung
bunting today All the troops were with withdrawn withiraVlt ¬
drawn from the streets and the city pre presented preseated ¬
seated almost It its normal appearance The Theiwrvousneiui nm nmnsrvousiiess
iwrvousneiui of the people has suddenlydharnared suddenly suddenlydiaaniteared
diaaniteared Workmen by the thousands thousandsflocked thousandsflocked
flocked back to the shops and factories factorieswithout factorIeswithout
without waiting the permission of the thestrike thestrike
strike committee The authorities did all allin allin
in their poww pow to encourage the spirit of ofrejoicing ofrejoicing
rejoicing over the newlygranted liberties libertiesIt
It wa svas by order of General Tretwff that thatthe thatths
the regulation decorations were 1 lung ung out outand outnd
and nd the troops were instructed to permit permitthe Permitthe
the people to vent their feelings feelingsMad feelingsMad
Mad With RejoicingBefore Rejoicing RejoicingBefore
Before noon the e celebrators l sbr tore bean and andthe andthe
the city soon oon appeared to have gone mad madSuch madSuch
Such seenee had never before been o en wit witnessed witnessed ¬
nessed In Russia Unrestrained by word worder worder
er deed tli the crowds did and said what whatthey whatthe
they the liked Despotism seemed suddenly suddenlyto
to have been replaced by license and andflags andwere
flags w were re everywhere in evidence In Intho InLix
tho Lix churches devout men and women on onbended onhowled
bended knees l Ijetore efore the image of St StNicholas StNicholas
Nicholas the Mlracta Worker renderedthanks rendered renderedthanks
thanks for the blessings of liberty white whitet
St t the corners of thronged streets orators oratorsHftntticued oratorsrsngued
Hftntticued rsngued the he fKM populace > ulace The people as assetabled asieinbled
setabled principally on the JCevaky Pros Prospect Prosreel ¬
reel i VnBi > the Kazan cathedral to the thetown thetown
town haP opposite the Hotel DC LEuro LEu LEuroj
roj ro tnufic wa was blocked Fully 3000 3000workmen OOOQworkmen
workmen were massed there listening to tostudent totudit
student on ortturs U n wno wh delivered ImpafWioned ImpafWionedspeeches irnpaesionedpeehes
speeches from the steps of the town tall tallRed ballmd
md cathedral cathedralRed
Red Flags Waved on HighRit High HighRed
Red flags showed above the denee black blackmass blackease
mass of cheering humanity The potloe potloekt poilosCet
kt I the background not even trying tryingLt
U K Letp p List street open Passim patrols patrolsOA
OA thoir th way to their barracks would wouldhare wouldmare
hare mare ben mobbed had It not bn for forthe forh
the h tu acpeajs > petUK ef the coolheaded who de deoktred domktred
oktred to the aeoonipaniment of ehe heers heershat rs rsthat
that the troop were henceforth with the theenple theeeie
enple enpleTne eeie eeieThe
The bi blxeat scst demonstration was organzed organ organzed
zed by student tud nte mat wl workmen A great mrentrooe greatnOeeson
nOeeson > rooe Jon was formed Starting from the theinlvertity theuniversity
university K ietov > OOV strong it increased in inlumbers iniuhi1bers
lumbers as > the demonstrators marched marchedicroiw
icroiw th the river and up the Netnicy Pros IrosBt
100 Bt as tar us the Kazan cathedral slug singiig slugre
iig to Marsetlaise A dozen rmid bap baplore
lore re inscribed with U the e word Svoboda SvobodaLlbertj
Llbertj Iber j were carried at the bead cf the thersde 1h 1haraihe
rsde which toDj tonied > ad at the places placesitads ilaceschore
chore the troop fired Ga time iuoOplo Jan Janarv
arv wi the JaZdors with bared barediead
itads iead chanted fiin unura1 ral dirges Tbu crowds crowdsn
n I tiiu Lli streets imcoverod their heads as
lie precession MtMed MtMedContinued iasedContinued
Continued on Page 2 i
NO OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONCAN OPPOSITIONCAN
CAN STOPRQA STOPRQAThis STOP ROA ROAThis
This Is Official Statement Eegardini EegardiniBurlington Reg rdin rdinBurlington
Burlington Extension to Salt Lake LakeTRAFFIC LakeTRAFFIC
TRAFFIC DEMANDS MOV MOVDENIALS rovDENiALS
DENIALS ARE TAKEN WITH WITHGRAIN WITHGRAIN
GRAIN OF SALT SALTSpecial SALTSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldNEW lj rald raldI
I EW YORK Oct 3Timo 31 The New Tor TorCom YorlI
NEW I Com Commercial marc lal says In viqw iqw pf the nu nui fluamorous
amorous denials widely circulated with withstatements wItIstatements
i
statements designed to discredit recenl recenlannouncements recen recenannouneenments
announcements of the Burlington building buildingfrom bpildIlmfrom
from the Missouri river to Suit Lake City Cityit Cityit
it would seem that some one has eitnei eitneitalked eithetalked
talked too much or too soon or hag beer beermtaquoted beamndsquoted
mtaquoted The announcement of the theBurlingtons tb tbIiurllngtons
Burlingtons plans and preparations come comefrom comefrom
from Omaha and was made upon the au authority autlmority ¬
thority of G W V Holdrege of that city cityciierui citYgeneral
tile urliugton wes wesof
general ciierui maziagr iiiHiuif i vi of x ij i i > m i iof
of the Missouri river who by the virtu virtuof virtulof
of his position known what he is talkin talkinabout talidniabout
about aboutWhat aboutWhat
What Mr Holdrcge said was a semicl t tthe ti tithe
the filing of ai an amendment to the article articlaIf articledf
df If incorporation of the Nebraska Wyom WyomIng WyolnIng
Ing f Western of which Mr Holdregi Holdregiis
is president The amendment in question questioncovers questIorcovers
covers the building of a branch line of M Mmiles 2Pmiles
miles which is to be begun at the pres present pre preent ¬
ent junction of the Burlington and tim tlrPlatte timPlatte
Platte river at Bridgeport in Cncyenn Cncyenncounty Clicmyenflcounty
county Nebraska ana an run in a south southeasterly southeasterly
easterly direction through Cheyenne Deu Deuel Deuci
el Keith Lincoln Davlson Frontier Gee GOSpel Geeiel
pel Phillips and Buffalo counties to som sompoint soimpoint
point either on the line of the JsebrasKi JsebrasKiColorado ebraslaColorado
Colorado between Somerset and Hoi Hoidrege lioltirmage
drege or a point on the line of the Bur Burlington Burhlngton
lington Missouri River between Ivear Ivearney Kearimey
ney and Lowell LowellThe LowellThe
The statement credited to Mr Holdreg Holdregafter ioldregafter
after the filing of the amendment is am amfollows a afollows
follows followsIn
In 1000 the Burlington constructed a aline ii iiline
line between Alliance and Brush forming formingthe forininttime
the best line between Denver and tho thoBlack tiitBlack
Black Hills Montana points Spokane Se Seattle SoattIc ¬
attIc and the northwest This line crosse crossethe croaselthe
the north fork of the Platte river at oli oliCamp okCamp
Camp Clarke now Bridgeport on the thesouth thcsouth
south and Northport on the north bank bankLong bankLong
Long Under Consideration ConsiderationIn
In the same year a line was con constructed conatructed ¬
structed from this crossing of the river riverup rivalup
up the valley along the historic Oregon OregonTrail OregotTrait
Trail to the iron mines at Guernsey Guernseywhere Gemernseywlimre
where 2000 OOt tons of ore arc now being beingmined belntmined
mined daily and shipped to Pueblo Colo ColoAt Cob CobAt
At the same time the location for a first firstclasa firstclass
class line was completed between Guern Guernsey Guernsey ¬
sey and Salt Lake Manifestly it was al always aiways ¬
ways a part of this thii plan to construct a adirect H Hdirect
direct lowgrade line from this crossing crossingof crossintof
of the north fork of the Platte river to tothe tCtiit
the town of North Platte and to a con connection conmmection ¬
nection with the main line of the road at atthe 11 11time
the most convenient point east thereof thereofThe thereofThe
The Burlington has for some time con considered cOfialdered ¬
sidered an additional line between the theMissouri thiMissouri
Missouri river and Salt Lake a legitimate legitimateenterprise beitlmattenterprise
enterprise that would be well supported supportedby upport01by
by the growing traffic at Salt ait Lake City CityIn Cityiii
In Utah and in the contiguous territory territoryfrom territorrfrom
from Guernsey west westIt westIt
It never has boon the policy of the theBurlington th thBurlington
Burlington to construct roads that are not notdemanded notdemanded
demanded by the natural development and andresources aneresources
resources of the country This company companyhas companline
has always sought to avoid building un unnecessary unmcessary ¬
necessary feeders that would create no ad additional additional ¬
ditional traffic ard serve no other pur purpose purpose ¬
pose than to damage existing legit1matrailroads legitimate legitimateuTs
railroads railroadsIt uTs It is confidently believed that this itae itaethrough IhiC IhiCthrough
through the North Platte viley vileythrough r rthe
through the town of Nerth Thidt anti antithe
the extension to Suit Lake L ke will develop developsufficient deVMOhsufficient
sufficient traffic to be of no disadvantage disadvantageto
to other railroads that have been con constructed consiructed ¬
structed and that these Improvements Improvementswill
addi additions additions ¬
will form necessary and Important
tions to the existing Burlington lines now nowIn flowin
In operation in the territory west of the theMissouri thtMissouri
Missouri river riverComing riverComing
Coming Without Doubt DoubtIt
It is rumored that some opposi opposition opposition ¬
tion may arise from competing cornpanics com companies ¬
panics to these plans but whatever whateverobstacles whateverobstacles
obstacles may arise this work that thathas thathas
has been fully fuliydetermiflcd determined upon will willbe willbe
be carried through Construction is isnew itncw
new under way and will be prosecut prosecuted ¬
ed vigorously vigorouslyWhen vigorousiyWhen
When asked as to the probable time the theBurlington theBurlington
Burlington would build the line now un under unmier ¬
der construction from rota Frannle to Basin Basinon Basilin
on n the ThermopoUe Air Jloldredge said saidThis sal salThis
This is a progressive ace and there therewill therewill
will be plenty of business In that territory territoryand territoryintl
and the Burlington probably will go o right rightafter rilmtafter
after it Thtre Is quite a gap between betweenthe etweenLime
the Northwesterns linesand the Burling Burlingtons miningLolls ¬
tons In Wyoming but there will be plenty plentyol
ol building In the near future futureN
N > 13C i e doubts the ability of the Bur Burlington Barlington ¬
lington to reach out with Its lines to the thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast under easy financial circum circumstances circumatanees ¬
stances if so dtopos dispOsed d as it has an 11 enor enormous enUrmona ¬
mona surplus In the treasury which whichmakes whichmakes
makes it possible to extend its system im immensely mmimmensely ¬
immensely without borrowing a dollar from froma
a 4 new ne bond itysue If f the tfle new line in inQuestion inriuestion
Question U built iSO mile of track will willt will1w
1w > t added to the Burlingtons system systemTlwre systemFhiera
Tlwre Is a big surveying party In the field fieldwhich fieldwlmleh
which ia said to have received instructions instructionsto
to follow the line of survey laid acrossWyoming across acrossWyoming
Wyoming about four years ago It box boxbeen lameeen
been een intimated that certain operations operationspoint operationspoint
point to th possible sale to the Bnrllng Bnrllngtion BumrhingLioum
tion of the north brunch of the Colorado ColoradoSouthern ColoradoSotitlierit
Southern Tni would give th the Burlington Burlingtona
a north and south line from Denver to toOrln toOrin
Orln Junction and a further extension extensionwould extonIonwould
would enable it to connect with the north northbranch northbranch
branch probably at Newcastle NewcastleIt
It has been often said that the Burling Burlington l3unlington ¬
ton would build wet through through Guernsey to toSalt tcSalt
Salt Lake ttty Surveys for or such a awere line linewere
were completed and official statementwere statement statementswe
were then made that this wag wu preliminary preliminaryto preliminaryto
to preparations for meeting future eon eonUnzoncie eonUnrencios
UnzoncieHas Unzoncie UnrenciosHas
Has Bought Much Coal Land LandIt
It is sl elammtfleant = nficant that for several yearn yearnthe yearsthe
the road has ha been acquiring rights to coal coalhuidtf coallands
lands in Sweetwater Carbon and Albany Albanycounties Albanyounties
counties An Ord Neb eomoany which whichis
is supposed to be working Mr the Burling Burlington BurlingIon ¬
ton has recently bought vast areas of coal coallands coalLands
lands in southern central Wyoming yoming ami amithese an anLhese
these it is assumed will bo turned ov over overto r rto
to the Burlington when the road is com completed coinpleted ¬
pleted Time holdings of this compan are areso are3o
so vast that it has taken nearly OOOOI OOOOILo OW OWto
to seeura patent rights thereon thertoiiIn
In vew ot 0 the n movements > of the Bur ¬
lington and tint Union Pacific and the un ¬
doubted Intention of the St Paul also to tomuch toQuelL
much the Pacific Pacif e count with its it own lines linespresumably hinespresumably
presumably In aite pite of dentals bymeans bymeansof by means meansf
of f what h bias t l bean > een Incorporated as the Pa Palfic
< lfic Railroad company a period of ac ¬
tivity Livit lies begun which m is accepted ox oxnrooi anro
nrooi ro Positive of the successful develop development developiment ¬
ment ot a transcontinental scheme iienie to ob obtain ohalim ¬
tain a western OUtlet Such Sue a trovt al alwayu alays
wayu ays act acts a as a stimulant on others No Noone Nome
one doubts that Important operations have havewiiiiuntiuA haveicon
icon secretly utIer way for a long per4od per4odumd
umd which wiiiiuntiuA mu flOw come ip the th surface aurfacon
in n spite of the desire to keep tUwn them still stillconcealed stillmoncealed
concealed localise bcapse conditions oomp Compel l pro procedures promedures ¬
cedures which like atrato tra s show hiwhat n vhtit
direction the wind Is blowing blowingAfter blowingAfter
After Oriental Traffic TrafficOf
Of course the desire to keep these mat maters matore
ers under cover for the longest possible possibleline pomiblotime
time that rival might sot anticipate anticipatevlwtt anticipatechat
< chat Is being planned has bees natural auturalnd naturaltn4i
nd necessary The rivalry for a share sharef
> f th the Pacific bttnin bnaineias s has been con constantly conneatly ¬
neatly growing more and more Intense Intenseetweon Intenseetween
etweon the big railroad systems of theountry the theountry
ountry Strenuous effects to reach th thoast the theosat
oast at as ear earb y a date an possible possiii relL1cIt e have havehown haveImown
hown conclusively how fully alive each eachs
s 3 to the commercial development taking takingilace
ilace on the Pacific and their earnest de deIre deire
Ire to be ready and equipped to handle handlehe bundlelie
he commerce of the tI Orient which it i iwcpected is isxpected
wcpected xll bo carried acrow the Pa Palfle Palfle
lfle It is quite clear that they have long longippraclated brigppraeiated
ippraclated the situation and realize howemmentiat how howeaentlol
eaentlol It was wasfor for their greatest pros jiroswrity prosority
writy that they should extend their lines lineso linestime
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POLICE OBTAIN OBTAINFULL OBTAINFULL
FULL DETAILS DETAILSNathan UETAILNathan
Nathan Tells All He Knows Abou AbouMiss AboulHiss
Miss Gearys Death DeathARRESTS DeathARRESTS
ARRESTS EXPECTED SOON SOONYOUNG SOONYOUNG
YOUNG MAN RETURNS TO BOS BOSTON BOSTON
TON VOLUNTARILY VOLUNTARILYOSTON VOLUNTARILYI
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f OSTON Oct 31 31ChIef Chief Inspector W Wi WD
D i B i Watts stated tonight that tludoctor tlu tlmtdoctor
doctor who dismembered the body bodyof bodyof
of Susanna A Geary the suitcase vic victim vietim ¬
tim had been located He did not ex expect ngpoet ¬
poet however that any arrest would wouldbo wouldbe
bo made for a day or twa Intimating Intimatingthat lnthputhmsthat
that the police were waiting something somethingmore someLlilnnmore
more definita from Morris Nathan the thelover thelover
lover of the girl who is now in custody custodyin custojy1mm
in Pittsburgh PittsburghThe PittsburgThe
The theory of the police regarding regardingthe regardingthe
the whole affair hi which the most selious se serious ¬
rious charge in connection with it can canonly canonly
only be manslaughter is that Miss MissGeary iIiaGeary
Geary went to a woman and submitted submittedto
to an illegal operation The operation operationwas
was not a success but before the girl girldied gIrldied
died a male physician was wa called In Inand liiaimd
and he attempted to save the girls life lifeby lifeby
by a second operation for peritonitis peritonitisMiss peritonitisMiss
Miss Geary diod the doctor then die diemnenibered dismembered ¬
membered the body and distributed distributedportions dstributct1portions
portions of it in two suit cases Which Whichwere whichwere
were subsequently found foundThe foundTue
The charge against the woman can canonly camonly
only be one oim of manslaughter while according ac according ¬
cording to Superintendent Pierce o of the thelocal theloeni
local police force it will be b dUHcult to tobrins tCbring
bring any charge against Nathan athan un unless unless ¬
less he should ba accused of coiicenling coiicenlinga concea1in concea1ina
a crime
WENT VOLUNTARILY VOLUNTARILYMorris VOLUNTARILYMorris
Morris Nathan Taken to Boston byState by byState
State Constable ConstablePittsburg ConstablePittsbumg
Pittsburg Oct 31 31MorrIs Morris Nathan Nathanarrested Nathanarrested
arrested here in connection with tho thoWinthrop thitWinthrop
Winthrop suit case mystery voluif voluiftarlly voluimtanily
tarlly left the city tonight toniglltat at U oclock oclockfor oclockfor
for Boston in the custody of o SMas P PSmith PSmith
Smith of the Massachusetts stato tat comm oonstabulary commstabubary
stabulary stabularyThere stabubaryThere
There is no doubt in my mind thatthis that thatthis
this socalled Winthrop suit case mys mysjtery mystery
jtery tery has been cleared up Morris Na Nathan Natiman
than the young man now in custody custodyhas custodyhas
has admitted this afternoon that lie liehad hehad
had been responsible for Miss Qearytcondition Gearys Gearyscondition
condition and that he endeavored to toset tcget
set her out of the trouble While the thedemands thudemands
demands of courtesy prohibit me from fromgiving fromgiving
giving out information which right rightfully rightfully ¬
fully belongs to the Boston authorities authoritiesI
I 1 will say that a man and woman will willbe willb
be b arrested shortly and this suit cuss cosemystery cusslnyutGty
mystery will bo cleared clearedThe OleaLeUTime
The above statement was given bj bjDirector byDirector <
Director Harry Moore of the public publicsafety publicsafaty
safety department this afternoon afternoonThat afternoonThat
That a man located at Boston Js lairs lairsfdicuted im implicated ¬
plicated in the murder of Mia G Geary GearyIt ary aryis
is It a new development brought out by byI byadmissions
I admissions mado by Nathan today todayStatement todayStatement
Statement of Attorney AttorneyAttorney AttorneyAttormmev
Attorney Henry Siskand accompanied accompaniedNathan neeommmpaniedNtithtut
Nathan to Boston and while waiting for forhis forhis
his train at the Union station startler the tlienewspaper thenewspaper
newspaper men by saying that Gui ex expects expects ¬
pects to produce Miss Geary alive aliveIt aliveIt
It has not yet been proven said he hethat bethat
that the parts of tlie time bidy b idy found In the theault thesuit
suit case were members of the body of ofSusan O OSusan
Susan Geary The lies head has not been beenfound beenfound
found and the only means of identifica identification idenuficmaLion ¬
Lion are chean rlnss of whleh there see ttrothoumndf seethousands
thousands of Identical declaims on display displayWo dioplayVe
Wo Ve will endeavor to produce Mine Geary Gearyalive Gearyalive
alive aliveHo aliveHe
Ho refused to say to what extent tent his hisfirm hisfirm
firm had information that Miss Geary was wasalivebut wasalive
alivebut alive but said that he exnect exuacted S to flnjl flnjlher iin iinher
her Inspector John R McCarr of Boston Bostontha Bostonaccompkimied
accompkimied by local detectives seareheti searehetithem
them rooms of Nathan today and secured socurodfrom securedfrom
from his trunk and from members of tim thoShepherd timSlmopllerd
Shepherd Kins company six letters lattaniwhch letterswheh
whch arc aliened to contain hicrimlnat hicrimlnatinsr hmvrlmiriatevidence
insr evidence Some of tho letters U Ui Uisaid 1 1said
said were written by b Miss Geary to tofriends tOfriends
friends of 0 hrs In the theatrical compa company onmpa onmpany ¬
ny and three were written to MfegGeary MfegGearyby I1 Oetry OetryImy
by Nathan The letters from the mother motherare
are alleged to have told Nathan of tin tincondition th4 th4Cii1iUon
condition of her daughter anQ begged beggeuhim beggedhim
him him to take some action in thb jnmtttflr jnmtttflrtftld jptttqrho
rho reason timey were hot nrLiltAViiii nrLiltAViiiimaid
maid TVSM win to a suddwi suibbaminl ujfcUR ujfcURlrl
lrl conceived for Nutlum
PRINCE LOUIS LOUISARRIVES WULSARRIVES
ARRIVES TODAY TODAYBeginning TODAYBginning
Beginning of a Gala Week in Nava Navai
i Circles CirclesIS CirclesEYTHIN
EYTHIN IS PREPARE PREPARECLe1ea PREPAREPROGRAM
Le1ea Le1eaPROGRAMME t
PROGRAM PROGRAMME NE FOR ENTERTAIN ENTERTAINWENT ENTERTAINMENT
WENT OF THE VISITOR VISITORNNAPOLIS VISITORA
A NNAPOLIS Md Oct 3lTlie 31 Tho begln beglni
I i ningr of the gala week of the visit of ofPrince ofPrince
Prince Louis of Battenberg and Ms Msfleet 115 115fleet
fleet to those waters was marked this thismorning thismorning
morning by the official visiting between betweenAdmiral betwemlAdmIral
Admiral Robley D Evans commanding commandingofficer comnmandlngoficnr
officer of the North Atlantic fleet Ad Admiral Admimi ¬
mimi Sands superintendent of the naval navalacademy mtavaiacademy
academy and Goyernor Varflcld ot otMaryland ofMaryland
Maryland The fleetof battleships its now nowlying nOWlying
lying in the bay off Annapolis with the theMaine thetaine
Maine the flagship farthest to the north northand northand
and the others strung out at intervals or orabout ofabout
about a quarter of a mile There are also alsoseveral aioseveial
several small auxiliary vessels rhm rhmcruiser iho ihocruiser
cruiser division under Admiral drnIrOi Brownaon Brownaonand Browneolland
and the British fleet arc expected to tomorrow torsorrow ¬
morrow morning morningWhen morningWhen
When Prince Louis arrives the superin superintendent supenllmtendent ¬
tendent and governor will both receive receivethe receivetime
the visitor who comes as a rear admiral admiralin
in the British navy Both will return the thecall timecall
call promptly the governor being accom accompanied accomnpanied ¬
panied by John D Douw mayor of An Annapolis Anliapohls ¬
napolis who will extend the freedom of oftho ottIme
tIme city cityTho cityrho
Tho academy authorities are now ableto able ableto
to give out rliedefinite programme for forthe fotthe
the entertainment of Prince Louis and andthe andtime
the officers of his fleet It IH as fol follows fohlows ¬
lows
The Weeks Programme ProgrammeNov Programme1Arrival
Nov 1 1Arrival Arrival of British fleet and andexchange andoxcaunge
exchange of visits between Prince Lous Lousand Lou5amid
and the superintendent of the naval acad acadomy acadwmmy
omy I INov INov
Nov 2 Review of brigade of midship midshipmen midshipimmen ¬
men followed by drill from rein 330 3O p m to to4SD
4SD 45 p m Reception by Admiral Sands to tovlHitlns tOvisiting
visiting officers officersNov officersNov
Nov S Departure of Prince Louis with withadmirals withadmirals
admirals and captains of both fleets for forWashington forVashfmigton
Washington WashingtonNov VashfmigtonNov
Nov 4 4Britlshm British officers junior in rank rankto vanUto
to those in Washington will be special specialupon specialiiests
iiests at tue football game in the after afteranon
upon between midshipmen and Pennsyl Pennsylvanias Iennsylvirmilas ¬
vanias state college Officers and mid mldghlpnicn midshipnmen
ghlpnicn will attend hop in armory m mNo 1 1tIme
tIme eyuning eyuningNor
No Nor fiTrince Louis Admiral I3van I3vanand Evaflaitd
and Englldli and American officers will willreturn willreturn
return from from Washington At S p m Ad Admiral Admiliral ¬
miral Sands will give dinner in honor orPrince or ofPriuc
Prince Louis to which senior officers or orfleets 01fleets
fleets will be invited Junior officers will willattend willattend
attend smoker at Officers club clubNoV clubNor
NoV 7 7Admiral Admiral Brownson commed commedins commding
ins cruiser division will give dinner on onboard oilboard
board time West Virginia American fleets flaetsfor fleetsfor
for New York in evening eveningNov eveningNov
Nov 8BrltIsh fleet leaves for New NewYork aw awYork
York in morning moninginspircd
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4 4Inspired
+ Inspired by confidence in int f
t 4 Mayor Morris plans now in inprogress inprogress +
> progress to increase the city cityvater
4 water supply capitalists are in inI investing
I vesting over fourteen million milliondollar i idollars
dollars in and around Salt Lake Lakein Lakein
± in Various enterprises The op oppositionto opt
t positionto Mayor Morris pro prox 4 4poses
x poses to stop the work he has hasundertaken 4 4undertaken
+ undertaken which if they theyshould theyshould
+ should succeed would result In InT int
T t frightening capital away awayBURNED H HBURNED
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BURNED TO A CRISP CRISPTwo CRISPTwo
Two Men Under the Influence of ofLiquor ofLiquor
Liquor Food for Flames FlamesBellingham FlamesBehhinghanm
Bellingham Wash Oct 31 31John John King Kingand KingSf1
and Sf1 an unknown man wore found burneil burneilto
to a crisp in the ashos of their cabin cabinabout cabinaboqt
about half way between Chuckanut bay bayand bayand
and Chuckanut stone quarry two miles milessouth nmiiessouth
south of here ut J ii > oclock lust night Al Although Although ¬
though It is impossible to determine the theqauBO theqauso
qauBO of the fire it Ja thought that It Itwas Itwils
was started while whii the men were cooking cookingIn
In iI their room It was first discovered by byan byan
an employe at the quarry juar about a half halfhpur halfhpupgfter
hpur hpupgfter after the cabin had been consumed consumeditlrf consumedjtjIiflanmes
> itlrf jtjIiflanmes lames King was an employe oc ocjjlajRluiirry ofiloUm
jjlajRluiirry Botlj man ar are < thought to toll4wiUfecn to1i4ef4ecu
ll4wiUfecn under the influence p tf liquor
INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONIs INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATIONIS
IS BENEFICIAl BENEFICIA1Good
Good Bound to Result to the Insur Insurance Insurance ¬
ance Companies Companiesi CompaniesRATES CompaniesRATES
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RATES WONT WONTBE BE CHEAPEF CHEAPEFkj
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PAUL MORTONS OPINION OF THE THiSITUATION THESITUATION
SITUATION SITUATIONnHICAGO
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nHICAGO 1 HICAGO Oct 3LPaul 31 Paul Mortont Morton Mortonj
t j president of the Equitable Life LifeAssurance LifeAssurance
Assurance company believes great greatgood greatgood
good will result from the investigutlor investigutlorof
of the affairs of the Insurance compa compuflies companies ¬
flies fliesTime
Time result of the present Investiga Investigation investigation ¬
tion he said today will be beneficia beneficianot beneticianot
not only to time insurance companies companiesbut
but to all corporations The inquiry inquirjwill inquirymill
will have the effect of forcing incur insurance incurance ¬
ance companies and other corporations corporationsupon
upon a firmer and sounder basis II IIwill iiwill
will promote a conservatism that will wllinsure willinsure
insure a safety of investment whicl whiclI wlmicltime
I the public desires I do not care to talfc talfcabout talliabout
about the extravagance which has beer beerexposed beerexposed
exposed further than to say that ir irmy inmy
my judgment such a thing will be im impossible iniIOSslbbe ¬
possible after the present Investigation invostigatloris
is concluded concludedWill concludedWill
Will Not Be Cheaper CheaperAsked CheaperAsked
Asked if he thought one result woult woultbe woulibe
be time placing placldgof of insurance on a cheap cheapi
i er basis Mr Morton replied repliedj
j I hardly think so The people dc dci dcnot
i not want cheap Insurance but they d dwant dc dcwant <
want safe insurance My observation obscrvatiorhas observationhs
has been that cheap insurance is novel novelsafe imevemsafe
safe insurance Insurance has bocomt bocomtan
an acknowledged investment one ir iri inwhich
i which a man does not have to wailfor wail wallfor
for death before anybody can obtain obtalrI obtainany
I any good from it Being a legitimate legitimateand lerttlmatcand
and good investment and being recog recognized meeogimized ¬
nized as such the public has a right t tdemand tc tcdemand <
demand that it be safe safeMy safeMy
My belief is that the present agita agitation agltation ¬
tion is going to bring about just thai thairesult thairesuhttiie
result resuhttiie the guarantee of a safe invest investment investmemmt ¬
ment in insurance Hereafter men wh whrun wlmcrun <
run insurance companies will not dar darto dareto <
to do anything that will make invest investment investmept
ment in their companies other thai thaisafe thatsafe
safe for fear of exposure and condem condemnatm condenmnatin
natm by b the public publicPROMISES publicPROMISES
PROMISES TO PROSECUTE PROSECUTJerome PROSECUTEJeromc
Jerome Pledges PledgesKilnself Himself to Go Afte Aftethe Afteithe
the Insurance Companies ifElected if ifElected
Elected Next Tuesday TuesdayNew
New York Oct 31 21Further Further promise promiseto
to prosecute persons shown to be guilt guilto
o 01 crimes by the revelation of life in insurance iiisuranee ¬
surance company officers now being mad madby madel <
by l the New York legislative InveetTgatuiE InveetTgatuiEcommittee inveetigatincommittee
committee were made today by Districi DistriciAttorney DistriciAttorney
Attorney Jerome the promises wen wenmade weremade
made in reply to the construction whichills which whlcrhla
ills rival for office James VI V OHborne OHborneput OsbornePut
put upon Air Jeromes recent statemeni statemenitlmt statenmeniGmat
tlmt If reelected he would einploj einplojCharles eimipioyCharles
Charles E Hughes now counsel for time thtInvestigating timeinvestigating
Investigating conunlttee to conduct the theprosecution tiaprosecution
prosecution of insurance offenders ilr ilrOsborne 1r 1rOsbovne
Osborne asked Mr Jerome if he wanted wanieeto wantedto
to use Mr Hughes in order to shirk the theconduct theconduct
conduct of the insurance prosecutions prosecutionshimself prosecutlonihimself
himself Mr Jerome Jeromesaid said in reply replyJ
J have felt all along in regard to these theseinsurance thesaInsurance
insurance matters that crimes have been beencommitted beemicommitted
committed and that tliatthe the persons guilty ol olthese ofthese
these crimes must bo prosecuted and it itIs itis
Is my Intention as I have said on sev several sevoral ¬
oral occasions to prosecute to the bitter bltteiond bitterend
end evsry person connected with these theseInsurance theseinsurance
Insurance matters against whom It is ispossible ispoosiblo
possible to obtain evidence showing the thecommission tilecommission
commission of a criminal offense offenseIf
If elected In such prosecutions I shall shallavail shallavail
avail myself without reserve of every everyaid everyaid
aid and assistance that I can obtain from fromany fromamw
any quarter I have absolutely no ru rulaUon ruiatioli
laUon with any one connected with these theseinsurance theseinsurance
insurance troubles that would hamper or orentbJtrpiHsine orembarrass
entbJtrpiHsine embarrass me In tIme slightest degree lu luthe Inth
the th prosecution of those who have com committed cornumittod ¬
mitted a crime crimeSCOTT crimeSCOTT
SCOTT WILL RECOVER RECOVERLos
Los Angeles ngeles Oct 31 31Walter Walter Scott Scottthe Scottthe
the Death Valley miner who was wasthrown wasthroWn
thrown from an au automobile last night nightwhile mmightwhile
while running fifty miles an hour is isalthOuglu isnot
not tJaxgexpus 4 urher oxampinatiomi oxampinatiomialtiIOugli
althOuglu ST ia iavcruly
vcruly Imurt te11lecovcr
NEW SMELTER SMELTERFOR SMELTERFOR
FOR SALT LAKENhada LAKE LAKEi LAKENevada
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Nevada Nhada Operators Reported Iep rted to Be In Investigating Investigating
vestigating the Subject SubjectSCHWAB SubjectSCHWAB
SCHWAB PROBABLY BACKS BACKSMINE BACKSMINE
MINE PRODUCTION AND DEVEL DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT ¬
OPMENT AHEAD OF SMELTERS SMELTERSS
A S A RESULT of the dteumtent that Uiatis thatI
I is being engendered In UK ranks ranksof rauksof
of the Nevada producers another anothersmelting anothersmelting
smelting concern is likely soon to go gointo gointo
into business in Sale Lake Since SinceCharlos SinceChrlee
Charlos M Schwabs visit to Nevaoa afew a afev
few weeks ago when he declared that thatsome thatsome
some means would have to be provided providedto
to give the producing mine of that re region region ¬
gion a chance to market their ores oreseven oreseven
even though now smelters bad to be beerected beerected
erected to relieve the situation steps stepshave stepsImave
have been taken in this direction directionA
A dispatch from San Francisco says saysthat saysthat
that prominent Nevada operators have havetheir havetheir
their experts in the Salt Lake valley valleylooking valleylooking
looking for a smelter site In view of ofthe ofthe
the talk that Charles M Schwab contemplated con conStompiated ¬
templated building a smelter in the thedesert thedesert
desert to meet the roQuirements of his hisown hisown
own and other mines the rumor concorning con concorning
corning the search for a site in this thisvalley thisvalley
valley la considered to have some foun foundation teem teemdatlon ¬
dation in fact because no one familiar familiarwith familiarwIth
with conditions in Nevada and partic particularly partieularly ¬
ularly the TnnopahGoldfieidBulifrog TnnopahGoldfieidBulifrogrdgion
rdgion will think for a moment that a asmelter asmelter
smelter of any magnitude will ever be bebuilt bebuilt
built there Water might b be secured securedbut securedbut
but when it comes to securing coke cokecoal cokecoal
coal fluxes and other things so essen essential essential ¬
tial to the conduct of smelting works worksthey worksthey
they must be located where these thesethings thesetl3lmmgs
things are available Utah i is conceded concededto
to be the place placethe the place of places in inthis Inthis
this western country countryand and if Mr MrSchwab MrSchwab
Schwab and other big operators of Ne Nevada Nevada ¬
vada are determined to make them themselves themselves ¬
selves independent of the American AmericanSmelting AmericanEnumiting
Smelting Refining company and its itsplan itsplan
plan of accenting only such ores as it itneeds Itneeds
needs ajid in quantity named by it itrather Itrallier
rather than the producer works will willundoubtedly wiilundoubtedly
undoubtedly be erected here hereMore hereMore
More Smelters Needed
I am not in a position to sy what whatmay whatmay
may be done in the future said a aprominent aprominent
prominent local operator who is largely largelyinterested largelyinterested
interested in Nevada properties and andwho andwho
who makes occasional trips through throughthe throughthe
the various camps from Tonopah south southbut southbut
but I can tell you this With all the thesmeltflr thesmelter
smelter building that is now going on onhere onhere
here and counting in all the plans that thatare thatare
are talked of I fail to see where the thesmelting thespieithmmg
smelting companies expect to keep pace pacewith pacewith
with the increased production of the thelocal thelocal
local and Nevada camps More smelt smelters macitore ¬
ers have got to be built Thats all allthere allthere
there is about it Whether they will be bebuilt bebuilt
built in Utah or Nevada will depend in ina Ina
a great measure on eu what an investiga investigation investigation ¬
tion of the subjtct may determine determineTonopnh determineTonopalt
Tonopnh is already clamerj clmorJng gfor for a amarket amnmyrket
market for many times as much or ore as asthe asthe
the present smelting facilities of the theAmerican theAmonlcfan
American Smelting S iUIng Penning com company cornpaay ¬
pany is idila aJil to provide and a a year yearhQncg yearluiflect
hQncg wlien the jWt t lARe rants ha haIts hat hatIts
Its tracks laid to Builfro Bullfrog and the other othercamps otheremps
camps there will be such a tremendous tremendoustonnage tremendoustonnage
tonnage of ore and concentrates headed headedthis headedthis
this way that another smelting com company cornpany ¬
pany should it jump into the field fieldnow fieldnow
now would get all the business it could couldprepare couldprepare
prepare to handle in two years time timeShould timeShould
Should Go After the Ores OresTo OresTo
To get at the proposition right Mr MrSchwab MrSchwab
Schwab or his representatives If it Ishe is ishe
he that is behind the movement should shouldbegin shouldbegin
begin hustling right now for the char characters characters ¬
acters of ore Unit will lie required for forfluxing furfluxing
fluxing purposes Pioche and some of ofthe oftime
the other southern camps should be belooked helooked
looked to for they will be able to meet meeta
a large demand before long Stockton StocktonOphir StocktonOphhl
Ophir Dugway Deep Creek and some someof someof
of the older camps nearer to Salt Lake Lakei lAkecould
i could also be depended upon to help helpout helpout
out materially for in all of them great greatheadway greatheadway
headway is now being made in the thematter timemattet
matter of development This is the thenatural timenatural
natural smelting center for all of the thewestern tuewestern
western country If the Nevada men menwant menwant
want works of their own this valley valleyI
I believe is where they should come to tobuild tolUild
build them themINCIDENT thmeumINCIDENT
INCIDENT IS CLOSED CLOSEDChinese CLOSEDChinese
Chinese Apologized for the WomanWho Woman WomanWho
Who Got in the Way of AH AHmiral A Amual
miral Trains Gun GunWashington GunWashington
Washington Oct 31 3 1The The incident incidentgrowing incidentI
I growing out of the attack on Admiral AdmiralTrain AdtnitalTrahim
Train and his son by a Chinese mob mobnear mobnear
near Nankin has been adjusted The Thestate Thestate
state department te tepatch today received a dis dispatch
patch which read readAdmiral rendAdmiral
Admiral Train hag just arrived at atShanghai atSliamighmai
Shanghai The incident occurred near nearNankin nearNanltin
Nankin Oct 24 Train and his party partywere partywere
were shooting when a woman was acci accidentally mmcidentally ¬
dentally wounded by Trains son but buther buther
her injuries were slight The son was wasdetained wasdetained
detained by the mob but an amicable amicablesettlement amicablesettlement
settlement was made The mob after afterwards afterwards ¬
wards attacked them and two Chinese Chinesewere Chinesewere
were wounded by two civilians Nosailors No Not
t sailors took part in the engagement engagementThe entageinenLTime
The governor of Nankin apologised to tothe totime
the officers restored their guns and andpunished andpunisimed
punished the ringleaders of the mob mobThe mobThe
The incident is regarded as closed closedof closedShanghai
Shanghai 90t 31Charles It Train Trainof
of the American gunboat Quloros with withhis withhiS
his father Rear Admiral Charles J Ji JTrain
i Train was attacked by a mob of Chi Chlj Chinamen
j namen outside of Nankin recently recentlyj recentlywhile
j while pheasalit shooting during which whichthe whichthe
the admiral accidentally shot a Chinese Chinesewoman ChIneswoman
woman attempted to escape in the en ensuing ensuing ¬
suing scuffle and wounded two China Chinamen Chinamcmi ¬
men with revolver shots shotsi shotsuch
i Such uch Incidents as the accidental accidentali accidentalshootIng
i shooting of a Chinese with blrdshot are arenot re renot
not uncommon and are usually settled settledby settledby
by the payment of a dollar or two twoAdmiral twoAdmiral
Admiral Train and Llaijtanant Train Trainthe TrainpromIsed
promIsed to sei a doctor to attend to totime
the injured woman and to t4 compensate compensateher
her for her injuries injuriesThe injuriesTime
The two officers had started to return returnto
to their ships when the woman becam becamhysterical beeamnhysterical
hysterical and a mob surrounded the tbeAmericans theAmericans
Americans AmericansGOVERNMENT AmericansGOVER
GOVERNMENT GOVER r MENT SELLS SELLSBLACK SELLSBLACK
BLACK HILLS TIMBER TIMBERSpeeinI TIMBERSpecial
Special to The II iiqn mkL mkLWashington Iti ItiWaslmington
Washington OcLj Oct 2l iiStt1 8xfc > has been beenmade bao baomade
made by the government forest service of ofapproximately ofapproximately
approximately 50WXvJ 0 fet of dead and anUInnectlnfcsled andInsectinfested
Innectlnfcsled western yellovr pin jiamo tira tirabor tftflbar
bar in the J3k Jilock > ck Hills fere > t reserve In InSouth IiiSouth
South Dakota DqkOLa and Wyoming tc > the Me MelAughllu MeLaughhimm
lAughllu Tie Timber c mpj j ny y A t cop coptract < ou outracit
tract retrulaUnR logging haw as bevn eec agreed igreolupon agreedupon
upon and the cutting qf flmber mher for which whichthe whichthe
the Government received approxiinutely approxiinutely5S00r Sppruxiinteiviclh
5S00r iclh is about to begin The tiniyyr ilimmier ii iisituated iiisituated
situated in tIme norihwesterp part tho thotiAtntr thureserve
reserve extending tiAtntr fi frifl the lw 1 < hia htotv ittit ittitliimgtop
liimgtop tcumquIncy tracks w wostward etwirti a aroad teroes teroesthe
the 1i1flI1II50t state lii iuo Vuni VuniingihrPi
ingihrPi ip mit 1 fttgehg rail railroad
road vill btf b conatructed
KNOCKERS ARE AREUP AREup
UP IN THE AIR AIRJuaypr AIR1tayor
Juaypr Kichard Ii hard P Morris Outs the theGround theGround
Ground From TJuder UndcrThem UndcrThemJAP Them ThemJAP
JAP LABOR A BOOMERANG BOOMERANGWORK
WORK FOR ALL WHITE MEN MENWHEN MENWHEN
WHEN THEY ARE READY READYODOCW READYflitODUOI
flitODUOI ODOCW your white men aud jd tla y ywitt vr
r witt be cubstituted mbetitut for the JapanThis Japan JapanThl
This to I the thi challenge that Mayor Kki Kkiard 1tiiaid
aid P1 P Mania burls at the feet of th thknocker II IIknockers >
knocker who have been trying to mA mApolitical mnakpoMt1tsi
political eayltal against him because u uAmerican t tAniedcast
American party subcontractor him himemployed i iemployed
employed thirtyfive Japanese to work workon vorKon
on the Hi Blsr Cottonwood conduR conduRNeftlier cosduitNetthdr
Neftlier Mayor Morris nor his admin adminiatratton adminIstratbn
iatratton te responsible for the emplov emplovmfKt emplumiles
miles ot Uie thirtyfive Japaneee Thw Thwwr rutvWere
wr Were employed by Albert 8how Shewejh U whosn whosnfather wlmosnfather
father is OJM of the most rabid Awe Anjencans Awecaas
cans in th city Mr howell the thwyonnger theyounger
younger has some sort of a subcon subcontratt aubeoritrat
tratt under P J Moran P J Moran Moranliaa Moranhae
liaa the contract from the city t < > buii buiithe builtI builtIthe <
the Big Cottonwood conduit and th thcontraat time timeeontraet <
contraat calls for the completion of tin tinwork ti tiwork
work by July 15 next nextThe nextThe
The contract under which P J Mon Momis i iI
I is working baa thin clause No 51 Ill Illsaid
said contractor agrees that t preferut preferutshall preiere ii to toshall
shall be given to bona fide residtute iff iffSalt 5 5Salt
Salt Lake county for employment eumjgy up mlpet mlpetthe < > i ithe
the work andthat all laborers employ employupon empTuyiiupon
upon the work shall be paid weekly weeklyAlbert weaklyAlbert
Albert Showell iowelI the American part partcontractor rtantcontractor
contractor claims that he is complying complyingwith compi yi it itwith
with the terms of the contract as asforth asforth
forth above He asserts that he has be beunable litunable
unable to set home labor that h he lui luioffered h hoffered
offered work wo k to home labor in prvferen prvferento
to the Japanese that he has failed to s scure acure
cure the home labor at 2 a day tr thi thithe ii iithe
the terms of the contract call for tt ttcompletion tL tLcompletion
completion of the work by a certain tim timmInd t inl inland ¬
and that for these reasons lie was run runpelle eiflpeiled >
pelle < to take what labor he could get getWith getWith
With a full knowledge of Uia these e fiKt fiKtthe 1tttthe
the knockers of the city whose rut rutpurpose titpurpose
purpose Is to defeat altogether the btntu btntuing btuitlug
lug of the Big Cottonmrood conduit aui t tlefeat tdefeat >
defeat the plan for bringing tho tim In InCottonwood J JCottonwood
Cottonwood water into the city KO KOmade t tmade
made a cowardly and dishonest a atc atcupon t tupon
upon Mayor Richard P Morris try trylmake JUT f fi
i make it appear that he is disrrimitvuu disrrimitvuuagainst diarriminttiigainst
against home labor and hi favor ot t
Japanese JapaneseA
A dastardly effort has been ma rn < Ti l lswing ti tiawing
awing the Utah Federation of lul lulagainst I Iagainst >
against Mayor Richard P Morris on ci cifaise i r rfalse
false issue raised by small bore boreclans i iclai > < >
clans for selfish purposes An attmiK attmiKwas aUm aUmwas
was made to jam through the Federate Federatea Fed r t ta
a resolution condemning the adrninisition adminisu adminisutlon
tlon The attempt was foiled by p si t tand
and fairminded working men wh < v vnot mtnot >
not to be carried off their feet feetspasm by byspasm
spasm of emotional insanity In Intea1 Intea1passing > t ad o opawing
pawing the resolution the Federali i ipointed < > r rpointed <
pointed a committee to call upon M V VMorris i iMorris >
Morris and ascertain the facts factsThe factsThe
The coMmittee under the lead < > f J JSpalding 1 1Spaiding < >
Spalding and Daniel I Elton ca c cthe ui uithe
the maypr Tbey were courteously courteoulceived i iceivedaod
° ceivedaod ceived agq1 the exact ftKpmtkm exoia exoiato es i ito
to them The mayor closed the tb tbeco < i ieoce >
eco with this challenge challengeThe challeageThe
The Jap Japanese nase are employed fap fapcause b bcause
cause white labor could not be sc scqred sccared
cared ft theUtah Federation of La Labor Labar
bar or any other citizens will suppiy suppiywhite supiywhite
white laborers to do the work on the theconduit theconduit
conduit within the contract time the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese laborers will be dispensed dispensedTheres dispensedwith
with withThers
Theres th the challenge l Let > t him tak takup ma maup
up who thinks he can produce whit iiit iiitto < n nto
to take the place of the thirtyfive JJP JJPsse 1 1eso
sse now at work wo If the Utah Ked i U I ICan i ican
can produce the men Mayor Richur Ithh m < i iMorris i iMorris
Morris will make good his ti tithey hIthey
they cannot produce the men they tli ii t tno 4 4no
no case caseThe caseIbe
The fact of the matter IB and U 1 1fact i ifoct
fact known throughout the entir entirthat < if ifthat
that it is absolutely Impossible t to tothe snir snirtbe
the demand fojr tabec iat On every everythe M Mthe
the eye te met with call for mciismelters men M Msmelters
smelters the railroads the contraitoi oontraiittall v vall
all lines of development work th tImdepartment i idepartment
department of the city cityall all are cryiim cryiimfor cry i ifor
for men menThe meii meiiThe
The knockers and th their r cheap toois tooibeeti u ubeen
been driven into a hole en the Japan Japanlabor Jztimilabor
labor question They fired the wron wronof wrt wrtof
of the gun and MOW they are trying trynigto i ito
to discover what it was that lilt th 1 n nTheir 1 1Their
Their Incoherent cries fool none m J A Athemselves
I themselves themselvesMURDERED IlelflselcsMURDERED
MURDERED IN BOX CAR CARFrenchman CARPreliohullahi
Frenchman loses His life While Try Trying Trying ¬
ing to Defend Himielf Against AgainstTwo AgainstTwo
Two Robbers RobbersRed RobbersRed
Red Bluff Cal Oct SI ZlGuiLt ZlGuiLtLawrent GastuV GastuVLawrent
Lawrent a frenchman was shot sb t anI anIinstantly m minstantly
instantly Wiled by men who were wt wttemptifti t ttempting
tempting to rob him and Ws partn r raI ii iiaji
this morning The mur murder ilildec ¬
aji aI eariy eterlhour hjour
about aboutflve hn hnfive
dec occured ou a freight train
five miles south of Bedding His i1i part partner mr mrncr
ncr remained on the train with the Uoat Uoatbody i ibeiy
body until Red Bluff was reached v In Inboth ii iiboth
both were discovered by the tram < rfv rfvand r rarid
and Sheriff Boyd notified The body bodywa hovwan
wa wan brought to the morgue and an in inquestheld ii iiquest ¬
questheld quest held this afternoon afternoonLawrents afternoonLawreats
Lawrents companion who is also aloFrenchman alsoFrenchman
Frenchman Is in jail here and through throughan
an interpreter told the coroner s 3nry 3nrythe jumvthe
the facts of the affair He stated that thathis thatlilt
his name is Louis Avenel and that th thdead thit thitdead <
dead mans name was Gustave Law Lawrent Lrarent
rent Both he said were traveling for fora fema
a nejrapaper in Canada and being beinrshort beingshort
short of funds were beating then way wayon waron
train When near Red Reddinr fledding
on a freight
ding two men came in the car which whichwas whit whitwas
was laden with ties on which they tim y were wererkltar we ie ieriding
riding and covering them with revol revIvera j jvers
vera ordered their haml up < P Aytn vut vutcomplied t tcomiJlled
complied with the couimund but Law Lanrent J Jrent
rent drew a revolver and fired at o oof one oneof
who returned the tire ti tishooting i ishooting
of the men
shooting him through the heart Th Thwouldb TI TIwouldbe
wouldb robbers then jumped off oh th i itrain j jtrain
train Avenel give a fairly good goodseriptlon < l lscription <
seriptlon of the two men He says saysthat si q qthat
that they ai about 25 2 year pf a i iand j jand
and their weight is about WO or orpounds orpounds >
pounds poundsCOLORADO j jCOLORADO
COLORADO FUEL FUELIRON FUELIRON
IRON COMPANY REPORT REPORTNew
New York Ot 31 31The The reportColorado report f U UColorado
Colorado Fuel INTO company fr r th thyear m myear <
year eDdki Jul51 shows a dcfi m mpayment
payment of Intiest md m mof
of Dl1IN Tim if f mime prtc prtcyear
year was 51tt4 15Ms TIS l company mrmmmnjs mrmmmnjsinca s sInes
inca for tiiis ia u 1 > jv S1stil ILjIl ni7 n ri riASSERTS I t tof
of 99Ml41 I j ra g v
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ASSERTS HIS W40GENOkiahoma W40GEN lNtOCENQOklahoma
Oklahoma City Oi OiDavis <
Davis charged with Wf beaziei l lDenver cit citDenver
Denver In connection wltii wltiiSnvings llW2etm llW2etmSammac
Snvings bank trouble wasMf wasMfher was washer
her > today t04 He baa bee i edStt edSttwith f im imwith
with t < harsk at WaupaKuka I IDivis IDavs
Divis asserts tss rt his innocence irmweenieleged tit titta
leged 4taiig imh l
ta t Denver Dtl er witmii ri pozer pozert
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