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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, June 17, 1906, Section One, Image 2

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Fire Puts Papers Entire Bat Battery Battery Batetery ¬
tery of Typesetting Ma Machines fJlachines Machines
+ chines 0u euf5 of Commission CommissionLOSS CommissionLOSS CommissionLOSS
r F1e 4 i broke out I in It tiJe TnbP IM lauiWIng UfId U Ing
tre at 0 eclt eJ4ec Y Ytrdy y mon ointng be b
r the tle fkm l were extln exUnguisitect uiihed < over
sw S40000 OO
worth of
been machinery and stock bad
destrOYed Eight U lfftotype mac machines hlnes
of an aggregate aggreg value vaIu DC
ca war to totne
tahUy tally JtroYed Other ttAUres ° applied by
the t e management man ement inclua 3 3J00 3 ulTyDe type and
supplf nrPl UP daltlapd rmE2 m IOO OOI drivlnlC driv1n rfvl5 rfvl another aother and other
rnachlner clJlSfPIi s 0u ° PaPer p3per and 13000 OOO dam damjf
a ae done to the Job dtputment b by water
The buildn bufidng jf js located locat d on West Temple
street between First and Second South th
streets and mi is J owned wne < f by P iTXS H Lann
The T e linotyperoom suffered ttrom
most mo from fromwr
the fl8I flames JF11 EIglt Irt M MrgenthJer i8rent reentbajer aJar wjuftine wjuftinerqc4to liChiJt
wr wfre rqc4to reduced to Srap scrapiron ron The water watercelling
dqrlng the tight against the t1atn8jf leake4
through the celling eeUln < from the third floor floors
where the liIJOtHHtroo Is located to the
1W wr r floors s Stock toek stored in the job
JrintlnS pr4ntln oflfee fiee was ruined ln4 Type used by
lh the frf Tribwfi tnu eaid U1d d JEvftnln venlltg Telegram T m was washave w
tfestro 4estroye tf P Ppe the therf Set el tatt
rof th the Jitteeted Pflrs will 10M boa a single
dltton as The HeraJdS and ether Itlants
have been placed at their disposal a1
The type tyj for th the Telegram yesterday
was set et in The T e Heralds Hen Jds composing room 106mnf
The nf > paper pa was wa print4 prtnt as 1JitUa usual on the
Tribune s prees re s Beginning tomorrow the thepaprs thepapers
papers will be b printed on the Republicans RapuhUe Republicansmachines fts ftsmachln
machines The Deseret De eret News as well as
The rho Herald offered the use of Its plant plaJitesterday ptaytyesterday
yesterday to the Telegram TelegramInsurance TelegramInsuran TejgrainInsurance
Insurance Insuran e Will Not Cover Loss LossThe LossTbe LossThe
The insurance on the stock destroyed destrae is i
JisiOtu s i OW Of this thf sum J3flfl wu carried crrl on o
the linotype machines Wchi s P H J Lannan fig ¬
ures the t e low I on the building buildi at 5W dOO The rn
building b Udjn is Insured i ured for faoflbo t cm The Tele T le
crams gam loss as figured fieur tt urud by Manager aJtqer F I
Sfrit frht of the Tribune trnn e will iqt exceed exe
MJOO 1fh It consists
of neadtype and some so
material fire stored in the rooms TOO oom gutted gntt by y the thtflrders
Orders have bMx been bee eN wir wired ° J te t t v vtine YeEen
thaler compu compaiy y ot Ntw fork BY Ute Trlb rib
tine for eight new machines to take the th
place lace of those destroyed de trQyect Answer was re ¬
ceived that machines fIac lne s en route to other
papers would ould be diverted and sent ent to the tu 1
Tribune Manager Mana r Sefrit expects these th to t
arriv arr < > within Uhln two weeks and allowing
another P othier week to insUlt them the he believes beU v b
that the Tribune will haver hv va all Its ts depart ¬
ments ment in operation within a month Mr
Sefrjt said the Tribune and Telegram T I m were wer
appreciative of the kindness shown I them themprinting
by Y The Her Her1d d other Salt Lake datlle an Bd I
5Q printing I1nth offfees 00 Representatives of if r rC
Tf e Herald were here shortly after the th
fire had broken out with offers off rs of assist st stanrC
anrC We 1T are grateful he e said
The employee emplo e of thJ th Tribuna had gone Ofte Ofte1nme
home with the exception exce jon of t W H Per ¬
kins k l1S a linotype machinist and the jani ¬
tor Mr Perkins was passing p pssin through the
linotyperoom Jlt when he saw fams > s burst burs ¬
ing forth hi the metefvreefn mttt r9thS Janitor JaJUtoraett Sen en enaiin
lamin atitttey > I4JY discovered lb the tire f Te about
the t hE sam time Both men turned in i an JUIa aj
a aarm arm and nd the fire department wjth Chief Cu te
f T Vail 4n < charts ha reached r aehe4 tbe building i in
n a recordbreaking1 run A few minutes inlnutoatr
later lat atr f T five fiv leads lead of hose ho were directed upon U upo PDn
the flames which bv b this tht time had spread spreadthroughout sPr spea d dthroughout II
throughout the linotyperoom The build bqUtlllg b lld lldng
in llg geemed emed doomed to destruttJafi as the thervafls thi i ia11
rvafls ani a11 cefljng ceflhi SB anti floor af t thfeTf t rtment rtlBentl I I
hurnefl hurn fiercely Iy One lead Of Vf j dose e was Was u I
taken takei from the front of the fctdfdin I IdItflag d1ng r into
the burnint room ron while others otheNWe were re scat sc t ¬ j
tered te ed tp all sides aid of the structure structurefcfeat stzoIotCUtJeIf strcrejcat
fcfeat If at Was Intense IntenseNit
Nit heat w WU t Firt FirtJns I d dry dryTig
Jns iN Tig wbeeis h eel xml xmldoors lbd T d j IP i 1tJe lie bi WI g
tvmlA r If J the th I
In useq 1Vr e ItJ e He seornd
rnd tJootothe tl oi the ttM ftp bOrP4d t thr rough ugh the th
doors making the hall a furnace The ThiclT1ngs t tcelUngs I
celUngs on the t second floor were stripped strippedc I Ic1
c c1 f plaster in patches s leaving the laths ex exposed exrospd e epsPL ¬ I
posed These Tht caught < fire rapidly The
flames spread sprt > ad so quickly that the firemen
had difficulty in keeping the Ore jrtthin jrtthinthe Uhlntr1E 1 1tile
the one room By y effectual and strenuous strenuouswArk ttIU1UOWSwork tgeiuouiwArk
wArk this was as accomplished accomplishedThe accempllfhThe
The business bu le office on the first tfeor f fo and an I
the offices and editorial rooms on the see seernd MCend seend
end nd floor were net damaged These e were werevr werefpnes wer wernes
vr fpnes nes of usual activity during durl the day
The he rear rooms 01 the second floor r ruding tl tlaiding
> aiding the teterraph te pn library and art arturns sr sroms rt i ioms
oms were wer slightly damaged da by water wattaking i
I akin aklnG from the third t ird floor The stereo stereot ste18otpingrOOlftI stereotpingrooms
t pingrooms > QB the third floor were not noti no t t1ached
i 1ached ached by the flames The press in th tftA t thsemt
basement also escaped qaped ped damage These two tw D Dnts
depawJWnts epa nt Kb to oagatfng o fft nl yesterday yesterdayand 1trd 1trd211d
and wp be Wfe vje e regule rep repG reguy reguyCausc y yCause
Cause G of Fire FireThe FireThe FireThe
The cause of the fire is uncertain al although a ¬
though it te thought thougkt static electricity in inA
d dcced lced 1IY the friction of bel belts A M ntight j t HW HWstarted hay T Tstarted C Cstarted
started a flame in the motorroom mot moterrog lIOOIIJ An Another Anot Another ¬
other ot er probable robabI cause is defective wiring wiringcausing wirin wirincausing
causing aU5ln a short circuit on the eleetrfe eleetrfev ectri trtc trtcfires a
v fires firesEquipment ires iresEquipment iresEquipment
Equipment from station 9 and Headquar Headquarters It par ¬
ters responded to 1 the alarms StUt nt t jn Cap ap
tain William tUll F Gaboon Jt of th Utiit headquar i iters
ters firefighters fJra li teN was ov ovroi re m by smoke smokenhije ke C Cvhle
nhije hi1e fordng to forc2flaR an entrance entra info I the t e Use linotyperoom UsetperOOlq ¬
typeroom He jte was w confined ted te his bed bedet ectlIt be bet
et t the station yesterday felt 1KJ during duri the themechanic tbeafternoon Hi Hiafternoon
afternoon reaovJWett eeov e4 sutneuy to get liP liPt1nd p
t1nd walk around Aa U th noo ot the theJUEcbnical Hi Himechauicl
mechanic department were saturated saturatedwith saturatewith
with gasoline and oil the fire made saturatrg rapid rapidheadway r rbeadwM ra raheadway
headway Work of repairing tie damaged damagedportions dam1ortlons 1 1portions
portions ortlons of the building < rewirmfr vwirl g the va various varous vsrous ¬
rous departments clearimr away the de debsis debJ debs
bsis bJ is and pqttl putting the tb building into shape aha ahafor skafor
for the rajtimpuofl 1Qao of wwrk WILl trtarted trtartedesterday Rart Rartesterdy starteesterdy
J Surrender of Macaro Sakay SakayPresident SakayPresident SakayPresident
President of ofthe the FiIi Filipino FiIipino FiIipino ¬
pino Republic RepublicManila
Manila June IS UMacaro Macaro Sakey Sake self selfstylad sellstyled e1f e1ftyled
styled s president and Francisco Carion Carionvic CarionvjcePAllWfMtt Canonicpsetdeiit
vjcePAllWfMtt vic pf Wlent of the Mliplno ItItll oo republic repu Ue swcrendered suit suitendered I Irendered
rendered r at the constabulary headquarters headquartersin be dquarters dquartersIn
in I n Manila today The e military and civil civilauthorities civilauthorities civilauthorities
authorities are muchelated muc1 elated as Sakay was waschief waschief washief
chief c of L adronism LadronlsJJlIp > in LKon L on and a d his sur surrender surrEh surender ¬
render rEh r er means an end e I of the campaigns in inthis Inthis Inhis
this t section sectionThe sectionThe sectionThe
The surrender of this Ladrone chieftain chieftainWM chieftainW chieftainwas
WM W aeoampUshed pUshed through the U lnfluance lnfluanceof JlJfJQ ftce ftceat
of Villafuarte a former form offloial of notal of S Skays Sa Sakays Sekays
kays government The acting chief of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the constabulary conferred with Villa Villafuerte Villafuerte Villauerte
fuerte f two months ago and when the thelatter theIUer theafler
latter l gave va himself up he 1 nnomtefd 1II to touse touse touse
use his Influence with Sakay Sa ay to persuade persuadehim persuadehim persuadehim
him to surrender He met m Sakay in the theprovinces theprovinces theprovinces
provinces recently for a long conference conferenceand conferenceand conferenceand
and which resulted in the letters sur surrender surrender surrender ¬
I render
An Uphill Game GameI
I r surrendered urrnre said Sakay because ffbeustlgh becausefightmg becausefighting
fighting tlgh g is an n uphill game and the Pil Pilpfnos FilI P11pints
I pints will never suoeeed in gaining inde independence indeI ladependenes ¬
pendence Qeneit until ntH they show themselves themselvesworthy th themnajveiworthy ves vesworthy
I worthy of it it There is s nothing to toI be begained isgained
I gained by opposing the Americans AmericansHis 4pzerlcansHis
His surrender is regarded r rded as the most mostrtion iiostmportant
hnP I Ktant < sI stboe e the ef close 88 ot the Jrusurrec Jrusurrectlon Insurroction
I rtion tlon Sakay Sakays js an educated Filipino and andafter anaafter
after giving the American J authorities authoritleeniuoh
1 II mueh uClh trouble In and around Manila pro propublic proclaImed proclaimed
claImed himself supreme h head d ot the ra rapubUc ro ropublic
public with headquarters In tha tb Tagftleg Taga1osland gal6g
islands i sland formed a large staff and Issued Issuedcommissions Issuedcommissions
commissions c to generals and other offi officers off offcers ofuIcers ¬
cers cersHe He went Into the provinces years ye rs ago agoand agoand
and started a eampaign ealJtPl gn of robbery and andgeneral andg anig ageI I
general g neral depredation JL A t rewar4 of one onethousand OflEtbotisnd e etta
thousand tta nd dollars 4 naT was offered for his hiscapture hiscltpture hhcapture
capture Sakay fought several battles battleswith ltt1ewith ttea tteawlt
with wlt thtf tb t constabulary and nd was twice re reported re reported reported ¬
ported killed but always evaded arrest arrestCONGRESSMAN arreste arrestCONGRESSMAN arrestCONGRESSMAN
Washington VaJi linato June JuneRufus 16 Representative epr 5entative
Rufus E eJtjel aekiel fester of Savannah S vanna Ga
died at the tb Cairo apartment apart111 nt house oqse to tonight tonight ¬
night at 822 2 oclock as the result of in ¬
juries he sustained in a fall through t rough a askylight askyJl L Lskyhiht
skylight skyJl ht last night Although Mr Lee ¬
ter recovered consciousness sufficiently to torecognize tor t trecognize
recognize r ize his wife and nd young grand ¬
daughters he said nothing nothin which threw threwjured thr w
light on the manner in w which ch he was In inured
jured juredLester juredLester ured uredLester
Lester had only one child living Mrs
Edward Karrow of Savannah who is at atsea atsea a asea
sea on her way from Savannah to Bee ¬
ton and cannot be reached with the news
of her fathers death until the arrival of o f
the steamer at Breton Bo ton tomorrow tOJ orrew Al ¬
though funeral arrangements JTJtD entents cannot be hi S Scompleted
completed until Mrs Karrow lands it is i
likely that t the body will be taken from
this city Monday evening and that burial burialwill buriawill
will be in Savannah probably Wednes ¬
day Mr Lester was born in Georgia Geor Georgiayears a 69 69years Iyean
years ago He was aa prominent in south southern southern southerR
ern politics for more than t an forty years yearsFINE yeariiFINE yearsFINE
Cleveland June 16 16In In accordance accordancewith accordanceith C Cwith
with ith the wishes of Mrs Cassie L LChadwick > IChadwick
Chadwick who is now confined in the theOhio theOhio Us S SOhio
Ohio peuitntiar all her personal personaleJfecUf personaleffects persona 1 1effects
effects wSoh k b1Oh Jh were exempt from from seiz seizure seizure seizuic ¬
ure by creditors when w en she he was declared declaredbankrupt d8ekredbankrupt doelereia
a bankrupt will m b be sold II at public aue auethm aucthen
then here next nautWedne Wednesday day Mrs MrsCh MiSChadwicks L LChdwicks
Ch Chadwicks dwicks wardrobe consisting of ofthree ofIW o I ItIre
three e IW > r four hundred dresses M includQJ includ1zg includ including ¬
ing QJ ntftny suits of the most elaborate elaborated4iigitand elaboi1Ltd4llgn C Cd4gn
d4llgn d4iigitand and expensive expen tVe material ivlll 111 b bIncluded be beiRcluded S SThCiUdOd
Included In the tit sale Many rare and andvaluable andvaJuable ani I Ivaluable
valuable furs will m also go under the thehammer t ti e ehammer Shammer
hammer as well as a number of ofVernis ofVernIs o I IVernis
Vernis Martin cabinets and bedsteads bedsteadsIt I IIt
It is said id to be the purpose H of Mrs MrsChadwick 1IniChadwick MrsChadwIck
Chadwick to apply the funds received receivedfrom l8e ived ivedfrom I Ifrom
from the sale to the liquidation of ofdebts ofdebts u I Idebts
debts incurred during d ring her trial trialMINING tri trialMINING J JMINING
< Special to The Theeise Herald HeraldBois UeraldJJi
Bois JJi eise ise Ida June IS 16J J C Johnson the thewellknown thewetlkfton th thwellknown
wellknown mining man was brought into intotown hiwtc tnt tnttown
town tc WB today from fro Pearl suffering from fro frot freethe
the t ramiits of a a remarkable remr Rbl accident He Heand Heand H Hapd
and tala MI son were attempting ttemptin to start an anold Jmold a U Uold
old hoisting engine for f the purpose of oflifting ofJilting a 1 1hitting
lifting the bucket out of the shaft The Theengine Theen5l Tb Tbengine
engine en5l e started while Johnson was press preJng presslug ¬
lug on one of the spokes of the fly wheel wheelwith wheelwith t
with his h foot The foot caught c ght in a asharp aiibrp ta
sharp angle made between the spoke and andthe andthe an d
the belt et wheel and was thrown around aroundtwice aroundtwice aroun arountwice and d
twice before the boy could stop the en engne engine L
gne gist When Vhe it was stopped Johnson Johnsonsot Johsonsfoot LS S
foot ot had worked wor ed through and was just justabout Joe Joeabout t tahout
about to be caught in the eog g gearing ge rlng t
Mr Johnson will m recover There are no i 0 a
bones broken brokenGRADUATE brokenGRADJATEFROM
Special to The HeraldUtah aftra1dUtalt Herald gra1dJrLai
Utah has ene en representative in the theradwating theuathg th thrduatIng
radwating uathg class of the academic de deprtmwit d8p
prtmwit p rtmt at t Harvard H rvrd University he is isCharter isCb I IChestar 5
Charter Cb Snow 1now of Qgdn a university universityof y yof
of Idaho Ida graduate Louis Alvn Tur Turtey Tury
Joy y will ali gradual at Barvurd tfc tfccommencenMnt Ule Ulecoe tbcofflepeefllet LS
coe commencenMnt t will IM bald Juno 27th 7th i
Get a Sunday Suit uit you youwont yo yowont TOU TOUwont I
wont be ashamed of ofThat oE1hat S SThat
That means an aniry HS HSM M Mif I
r1im I iry This G Good oocl a Clothes 101h siop siopx Sb ShQp ShQpis x f fis 1 1 1I
is getting ge ti 1g a better repu FepltatiPQ repitatior t I Ii
f i tatipq r with every every J Jsijts one on of off 9fbJ ofthesc
thesc bJ c sijts suits we V sell sellp f ft
p pr
r fj
T = f
Czar C ar to Cruise in the Finnish FinnishFjords FinnishFjords
Fjords While the Trou Trouble Trouble Trouble ¬
ble Continues ContinuesSt
St Petersburg June 16 16The The Asso Associated Assoelated sso ssoclated ¬
elated Press Is reliably informed that thatEmperor thatEmperor
Emperor imperor Nicholas has definitely decid decided decIded ¬
ed to declare a recess of parliament parliamentJune parliamentJ
June J ne 28 and that his majesty and the theroyal therOYJlI
royal family will immediately there thereafter t ere ereafter
after leave on a cruise crIs of the Finnish Jinni h
fjords on beard the Imperial yaoht
Standard which is being fitted fitt d out for torsignal forsignal
signal for anfn immediate i edltte and bloody blooQ
executed It is almost certain to be pe the thesignal thesi
signal si Dal for f r an immediate and bloody
struggle struggleT
The T e group of toll as R an outcome of
its open declaration declaratlo lJ against a a recess re reoaspased s spas
passed pas ed a resolution declaring that thatreither thatlelt
reither lelt er now no nor In the near future can
parliament be recessed that the mom m m
bers will not leave leav8tthelr their posts and that thatso
so long ag i the arbitrariness arbitI1lrIn and out outrages outntg8B outrages
rages ef the government continue and andthe
the terrors ef Impending outbreaks outbreaksand outbreaksand
and the sufferings of the peasantry pea antry and andworkmen andworkmen andworkmen
workmen reign parliament must con continue
tinue until it has ha achieved a land of offreetlom
freedom or exhausted all means to tothis
this end
Probably Untrue UntrueThe UntrueThe
The conservativeliberal newspaper newspaperStrana newspaperStrana
Strana prints a story that Emperor EmperorWilUam
William has promised his support to toEmperor toEmperor toEmperor
Emperor Nicholas if the Russian ruler ruleradopts ruleradopts ruleradopts
adopts a firm policy But this report is isclearly isclearly isclearly
clearly traceable tra eable to surces hostile hostileto
to Germany and which have tried triedmake trIedmake triedmake
make it appear that William is the theevil theevil theevil
evil genius of Nicholas NicholasUndoubtedly NicholasUndoubtedly NicholasUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly It is true that Germany
is concerned over the situation on her herwestern herestern
western frontier and over the main maintenance
tenance of the monarchy a principle principlein
in Russia and Is quite probable that thatGrand
Grand Duke Vladimir on behalf of ofBJmperer offmleI6r
BJmperer Nicholas discussed the 5lt 5ltatJon sit situation ¬
uation with the Berlin government governmentBut governmentBut
But there is no more evidence that thatKmperor thatXmP
Kmperor XmP ror William is counseling Em Emperor Emperer ¬
peror Nicholas in a a reactionary sense sensethan sensetban
than there was in the statement that
he tried to influence him against peace peaceat peaceat I
at Portsmouth an accusation which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was fully disproved disprovedIt
It Is quite natural that Russia and andGermany andG I IGrrnsny
Germany G rmny should have an understand understanding
ing covering a possible uprising In InRussian inRU5IJlan L
Russian Poland which might spread to toGerman toGerman I
German Poland but the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPre8fo teI I
Press is assured there is no question questionof I
of employing German Germ l1 troops across acrossthe acrossthe
the border
0 0BAD
Assault Upon Roman Catholic CatholicBishop CatholicBishop
Bishop at Seoul by Soldiers Soldiersof SoIdjeof
of the Mikadoi Mikado Mik o oVieto
i Victoria Vieto June If lNews News of an assault assaultUB as assaulloDes auU auUYOQit
UB oDes Monsignor YOQit ftor Mutel Roman Catholic
bisbop at Seoul is brought by the Tartar TartarIt T rtar rtarIt
It saints that some Japanese soldiang solq oldier erij qn qntered Qnt
red t the catnedraj during servjoe imok joI nok
Ing and laughing dirtarblng the th service serce
The bishop bi hop went to ti the men smoking an anc1 anc < I
toid them they must desist or leave the th I
edifice iPJnslJy one of the Japanese e sol solsfruck ¬
diers dl struck str u k the bishop a heavy blow bl w in
the face f e Gendarmes were sent for the th
soldiers JdMrrsarr8a arrested ted and the bishop proceeded proceO 1i < I
with the service
Trouble has ha arisen between Japan and anc I
Russia ja regarding the delay of the new r
Russian consulgeneral c nsulg n J in Korea oroa M Plat Platcon
con Japan owing tQ difficulties S over his hisexequatur hiseXeCHatur hhexe
exequatur exe atur which Russia U86ja holds must be b H
signed by the emperor of Korea while
Japan declines to indorse that t at view hold
ine Iu the mikado to be the proper source
Dalny will be opened by the Japanese Japanesegovernment Japanasegovernment
government as a a fr free a port this move bo bo
ing due to the th e efforts to draw the e trade tr de of Qi
tho thoe
Manchuria from YinskQWt the South I4ao
tung port portRussian portRQs
Russian RQs hm merchants at Vladivostok are areagitating anagitating an anagitating 1
agitating for the opening of that port portSWEEPING porta portSWEEPING portSWEEPINGINJUNCTION
Judge J V Quarles Q arle Goes After AH r the theIron theIron tt
Iron Molders MoldersMilwaukee MoldersMilwaukee
Milwaukee June 16 IfiIn In a most sweep ¬
ing injunction Judge J V Quarles tpday tpdayenjoined tpdayenjoined tpda T
enjoined four lodges of the iron molders moldersunions moldersunions moldersunions
unions and sixtyone individual members memberswho memberswile 5 5who
who were employed by the AlJlsChalmers AlUsChalmerCOIftINUy I
company from in ii any way Interfering with wlt 1
the tlteltu business lness of that oompany on whose whosepetition whosepetition
petition the injuncUonal order was wasgranted wasl wa
granted grantedThe l nted ntedTte
The striking molders fRode are enjoined from i
impeding Im ding hindering obstructing o or or inter ¬
fering with 1tl any of t the tb business of the Al
HsChalmers company in the operation of o I
its works and foundries s and from entering
the grounds or premises pre mises of thQ complain complainant complainant ¬
ant against its wish They are enjoined I
from oampelHnsr or attempting to compel compelor comps 1
or induce by y He of threat or intimidation intimidationof r 1r
of any sort or by b fraud or deception or orviolence o r
violence 1 ten any person to leave the employ employmt employmont ¬
mont of the eompany and also from at ¬
tempting to por persuade ua4 the employes of the thecompany thecoPRny tb S Scompany
company to break their contracts and andand anqand api apiand
and leave its employ Individually they theyare the r
are jtre prohibited from picketing guarding guardingstreets
obstructing Impeding or b tettIn U18 U18str Hi
streets str contiguous to th tht < premises p miies The Theorder Theor4er Tb HiC C
order alto provides thai U l the defendants defendantsare dete defendantf fats TbS S
are are not to go o to the homes hOIJ1 of any of o f
the employes for the 11 purpose of persuad persuadug ¬
ing In l ug or coercIng them into leaving the Al
JteChalmers 1Ch In1 company companyTRIED COtft companyTRIED ny nyf
Two Boys Desert Ship in New i iHarbor rk rkHarbor ri k kHarbor
Harbor HarborNew HarborNew HarborNew
New York June 16 liRather Bather than voyage voyageto oyageto e eI
to China Cl n as seamen in a Standard oj On sail sailing saUi sailin I ¬
ing i in veaeal 81 two brothers John and Louis LouisIxinsbers Ui UiromtberJr Eg EgLonnher
Ixinsbers of Brooklyn jumj jumjl411 u into th thlower t s slow
lower low baY IMaIly i arjy nly two miJau mU o Oi i t hors hut from fromthe fromtlte rot rotthe n 5n
the bark Arrow and nd attempts tt Jl IpbKI tu h xwim NWI m to toten t 0 0eten
eten ten Island John JO I1 wag W urov t1rQled rupj jfed d Ix Louis Louisw > uls L5 L5was
w was picki4 iek 4 UP uoconsuiGUB U conlulG > anti revived revivedard revivedIln d dalter
Iln alter r nard ard worK wor He accuues hi h his fj rather ther of ofily c if
fWdJly ily putting putU him fl iiid na his brother r rahoar1
illioari J the Arrow rrow for or the Chime Ctiin trip triptheir
Younl ounK Lonshier r sys 11 that hut t lather ther Ind Indthe an anthe d
the captain of the Arrow completed a a ce ell ellwhereby ti tik
whereby the two youths wore to work worktheir war wartheir k
their way to China ChIn and and back They were werefor weretaken wer 0 0faken
taken aboard the A118W by a subterfuge subterfugeE i iaccording
cording to Ute beis ys story and were 111 111onned hr I
E I onned that telr fM Iftther r had signed t1em t1emw tliei U U4j
for w the vpyage vpyageThe vpyaalh
The lh 4j young men J1I n protested protest d put 1 ut the cap ca catam ¬
tain tam retuaea retusecf to release rel ase them and they de decided det dcdd ¬
cided t id to desert the ship and swim to Stat Statjgian StatIIflana Statof
jgian < J JMembers
Members of the Ocean Oc jtn n Yacht club and andtha andU n d
U tha crew orew of the tU tugboat 1Kt t heard the cries crie criefor 3
for aselatanoe a oe and hurried to their aid i
They rescued Louis just as he was about aboutgive abgutto aboi 1L
to in UP t the e struggle lhe oth other r aboiI fug I
ttYa waS not found oun Kn and hIs b body o p probabi Tobab fUiI fUiIttYa y ywu ywas
wu swept out to sea oms refused 1 0 0pe 0give
give his tather address addressDREYFUS addressDREYFUS s st sDREYFUS
Paris Jvpe 1rrke supreme coprt rt Qe hi i
bind closed doors door today completed its ex exmfpatjon exalfttDltJon c C Cmtnat1Qn
mfpatjon of the t e recent documents of the thevor tnemlnf U te teipinItri
mlnf ipinItri tri of war and ot tore torelrmn m affairs affairsceneetalng a aoeemstng
ceneetalng the De Dpevfur us ca eie e ThQ JUJbUq JUJbUqsegsJns nubi nubito
to tosessions
sessions will begin Monday ond l30 whqn the at a
tel tsineys u Ys for the Vr praeutIon B i9Utloll and delenBo defeni defeniwill
Ill sum JIP A JJIInor vrnor gained n 4 clrcUlatf n
tQ toasir MY tbat U at a a Weftil eu fnya aIwnss fin showed W rtft flu < t ta
a mjOrf mjorIty ot Ute court i a IItreac1r fn fa faor f fvor
vor or of quashing the judgment Ju gment of the ti je
Beones courtmartial j
Offl Office e 2484 WashIngton Avenue AvenuOgden AvenueOgden
Ogden Sunday June 17
Uulllib OUTING O flllTIHP llT1N flC Or OF oEiciAs SCOTIASsot QPnTIIlQ DbUlIAo QfiMQ soNs aufidGrand S SGrand
Grand G Programme Arranged for the theI theEntertainment
I Entertainment at lagoon lagoonI LagoonNext
I Next Priday PridayThe
The Scottish people of the state have havearranged l1avearranged
arranged ar far their annual outing at La Lagoon Lagoon
goon g oon next Friday Ogden will send a alarge alarSe
large la rge delegation on a special train that thatwill thatwfU
wb will w ill leave l ave here hr at 189 1 p m There will
be b e an exhibition sword dance danc Highland
fling fIIn fl ing and sailors hornpipe danoap both bothafternoon oth othafternoon
aw afternoon a i and evening and a p grand rand ball ballwill bJHwill
i will w ill be given The programme of games pmes
Js as follow
Tugofwar prize box of cigars
Mflyard race first prIce a 8 8 cash sea secfond seaond
ond o nd prize I 1 cash cash50yard cashii
50yard ii yard race boys under 12 years ye Mi first firstprize tir t tprize
j prize p rize one cap second prize one necktie
5flyard 5Oy r4 race girls girl under 12 year first firstprize firstprle flrstrize
1 prize p rize bracelet second nd prize box pandy
JO JQ1ard yard race for girls J rJs aver 32 l first firstprize firstprIze irt
prize p rize large box bo sandy second prize prt p lze e one onepound onepounq oneound
pound p ound box candy
Skipping rope contest co teit for ladles first firstprize firstprize firstrize
I prize p rize one handbag second ie o d prize one
ladles la dles belt belt80yard beltiOyard beltSOyard
80yard rape ra e for men pen over 50 years yearsrst
first fi rst prize one hat second Je < Qnd prize one onepair onepair
pair p air suspenders suspendersEgg suspendersEgg
Egg and spepn race for boys boy and girls girlsj
j I boys boysfirst b bs first prize necktie second prize prizesuspenders fze fzesuspenderJJ
j suspenders s girts girlfiiit first prize box pro bon bonrbons
bons b oss secnd prize pair pfttr supporters supportersAssociation JHlpporiersAssocIaU supportersAssociation
Association n football foot all game case root
I beer beerOldest b eer
Oldest Seoteh S oteh lady present shoulder shouldarshawl shoulditrshawl
J shawl shawlOldest shawlOIde s
Oldest OIde t Seoteh S teb gentleman present pre ent bot bottie battle
t tie ti e Seeteh h whisky whiskySTATE wl1ls1CSTATE
Annual A nnual Meeting Will Be Held In Og Ogden Ogpen
den June 22 and 23 23The 23The 23The
The annual meeting of the Utah State StateDental StatDental
Dental D ental society which should have taken takenplace takenIace
2 place p lace at Ogden June 8 and 9 was post postponed postponed
poned p oned on account of the U C T gath gathering gathering
ering e at that time until June 22 and 23 23at 23at 23t
at a t which time the meeting will be held at atthe attll athe
the tll t he Reed hotel otel Ogden All members mamlfs of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he society are especially requested to be bepresent bepresent beresent
present p resent as a s splendid ledld programme progt mrpe has hasbeen hasbeen
bd been b een prepared for the occasion A cor cordial cordial
dial d ial invitation has bean extended to all allethical allethical allthical
ethical e practitioners of the state desiring desiringto
to t o become members to be present and andpresent andpresentapplieatJon andresent L
present presentapplieatJon p resent application through the member membership membership
ship s hip committee committeeElection committeeElection
Election of Officers OfficersHiawatha OfficersHlawath
Hiawatha tribe No 3 I O R M held heldtheir heldtheir I
j their t annual election of ofotttcers officers yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day d < ay with the following result C M MLaedom Meedom I ILeedQm
Laedom L sachem scnemL A B Wright senior seniorof seniorsagamore
sagamore s F G li Bomry ITY junior sagamore sagamoreH
H L Gent prophet F M r Whipple chief chiefof chielf
of o f records W D Blosser er collector on onwampum orampum I Iwampum
wampum w Joseph Baumeister keeper of ofwanpum ofwanpum olanpum
i wanpum w Thomas C Morris trustee trust e Dr DrH ProH r
H wH B Forbes Perbeemdielne medicine man manHer manHer manHer
Her Arm Broken BrokenMrs BrokenMrs
Mrs N A He Heath th who la visiting with withi withher L
i her h er son C F Heath at 4W O Thirtieth Thirtiethstreet Thirtiethstreet I
street s while using usin a garden hose in the theyard therd thEard 1
yard y ard rd yesterday tripped and fell to the theground thelound
ground g yg round with such force as to fracture fractureher fractureher fracturEer
hs her h er Itt arm The Theaccidnt Tb accident was quite a ashock asnock e
shock s to t the woman but she was wa report reported repor reporcd ¬
ed e d to be renting we well 1 last t evening eveningContract eveningOontr
Contract Oontr ct Awarded AwardedJones AwardedJon8fi
Jones Wright Wris t local contractor have t v vbeen
been b bt een awardeB a award w rd8ll the contract for building
the th t h new Barton Implement jiimpentmuctWre dompany MmpnyI5truct1lra
s structure It is expeotad expeot d d that t at the work wor worwU1 c
will w ill be completed within the next sixty stxtiays r cr
days d ays
Salt Lake < e Speakers SpeakersC
C R Savage and Andrew Jenson of ofSalt ofSaJt ol olalt r
Salt S alt Lake wilt address s the peonleof P90Dle or Off Offden 01deR 0gen
den d en st t the tabernacle this afternoon In Inconnection InbOlUleotion It Iti
connection b with the old folks day t t4t be beheld beutkl b beld i
held h eld here June St StOgden tQgden S
Ogden Society SocietyMrs SocietyIIn
Mrs A P Hibbs entertained a number numberof numberof
of o f her friends at euchre eue re on Friday evening eveningat e nlng nlngat
at a t her home on Twentyfifth street The Thehome ThehOme Thti i
home h ome was prettily decorated eoor t d Afterwards Afterwardsrefreshments AfterwirdsTafres Afterwardii i
refreshments Tafres r ments were served The guests guestswere gQestswere gueshi i
were w ere Mrs H H Spencer Mrs Abe AbeKuhn AbeKuhn AbiCuba i
Kuhn i Mrs rs T H Fitzgerald Mrs O M MRunyon MRUftren r
Runyon Mrs Becker Mrs J L Herriek HerriekMrs HerrlekMl1i HernickI
Mrs J S Lewis Mrs llr J T Hurst HurstMrg and andMrs d dMrs I
Mrs R T 1 Hume HumeAmong HQDeAmong HpnieAmong
Among the weddings of the week was wasthe wasth wa t tthe
the th marriage of Lawrence Van Dyke who whois whois whis
is i s connected QOnno ted with wlt the Pullman company
in I Id n this city and 00 Miss Uss Alice Pinsdale Pinsdaledaughter Dinedieaughter
daughter d of James JamesR R Dlnsdale Dlnl dal which oc occurred 00 00curr 0 0umred ¬
curred curr c 1 at the t e Salt Lake Temple on onWednesday oqWool1 oi I
Wednesday Wool1 fK1ay On Wednesday evening the theyoung theyoung tb tboung S IS
young y ye oung couple left for Omaha and n 1 other othereastern oihereastern I Iastern
eastern e points on their wedding w tour tourThey tourThey
They will live in Ogden OgdenLester OgdenLOiter OgdenLester
Lester S Scoville and nd Miss Ruby M MStevens 1t 1tStevens
Stevens S two of Ogdens prominent yeyng yeyngpeople YQyngpaopJe
people p were married in the Salt S lt YllflIS Lake Laketemple L Lakemple 8 8temple S
temple t on on Wednesday The groom Is con connected connected conected ¬
nected n with the Scoville Broom company companyin compenn
in I n Ogden and the bride is the daughter daughterof d daughtf tmhtJtr tmhtJtrof
of o f Mrs lrs Ellen ElIe Stevens Both have a host hostof hostof
of o f friends and nd will make their home hoei in inthis Inthis ii iithis i
this city cityOn cityOn
On Monday evening President Pr ident L W WShurtliff WShurtliff
Shurtliff entertained about bout two hundred hundredand hundredand huridreiand WI I
and fifty guests gue ts at his home here in inhoner Inhgner ii iihener
honer of the Ogden tabernacle choir The Theevent Theevent Tb Tbcvoflt
event proved PTQv d to be a most enjoyable lIt afrfair lItfair at atair i
fair f air A A delicious deU toua luncheon lun heop was served servedduring SQrveddurinG serveddurln
during durln whieh a r number num r of toasts were wereresponded wereres waresponded
responded res r nded to Dancing Danci was also indulged indulgedin In IndulgeThe ulg8d ulg8dIn
in The most pleasant pl ant feature connected connectedwith oonueoteiwith
with the evening ag the presentation presentationto
to Mr ShUPtHff S ultliff of a diamond diam nd stud as asoken a atoken atoken 5
token t of esteem teem from the members of the thechoir theohoir th 6 6choir
choir choirMrs ohoirMrs choirMrs
Mrs S J Griffin entertained on onWednesday onWodnaaday a 0
Wednesday In honor of E B Warman Warmanwlie Warmanwho Warpiarwe
who we has ha just closed a series of lectures lectureshare 16ltureshere lecturehere
here hareThe hereThe hereThe
The home Culture club met on Thursday Thursdayafternoon Thursdayafternoon y yafternoon
afternoon at the home of o Mrs E B BIvnspp BKnapp BIi
Knapp on Jeffersen avenue The olub olubwill olu oluwill ub ubwIll Ii
will meet next with Mrs r J B MqCracfc MqCracfcen rr Craok Craoken
en at 3550 Washington avenue Mrs MrsKnapp MrSKnapp MnKnapp 3
Knapp will act as s the leader leaderMr leaQ8r11r
Mr and Mrs One Orl Brown of Sacramen Sacramento SaaramentoC I ¬
to toC Cal J are visiting Mrs Browns par parents pare pa paeats ¬
eats e ts Mr and Mrs George IP Brown BrownMr BrownMr BrownMr
Mr and Mrs P M Drlggs have gone goneto goneto gon e eto
to Plttssurg Pitts urg to attend the national naUo al con convention Knvent10n I Iventlon ¬
vention of teachers Of t the deaf deafMrs deafMra deafMrs
Mrs W A McGraw will entertain ths thsLueKy thElLucky th Lt LtLucky
Lucky Thirteen club on Tuesday Tue aY after afternoon afternoon
noon noonMrs noonMrs
Mrs S N Mann ann and eon on of Salt Lake Lakespent Lakespent Laic e
spent the Qe week In the city with Mrs MrsManng MrsManB MrManns 5
Manng sister Mrq Mr C W Llpplncott LlpplncottMrs
Mrs Irs David Llttlefjeld 1 and an 1 little daugh daughter daugbtor 1 1tar ¬
tar of Dae Ore are spending a few days daysn dayJn da 5 5n
Jn n the city with relatives relativesMrs retatlvesMfS relativesMrs
Mrs F 1 A Hamilton of Denver who whohas whohas wh o
has been the guest of Mrs S J Qriffin Qriffinleft GrfUInJeft Gnifflileft i oi
left Wednesday for her home homeProfessor hOIpeProfessor
Professor Austin of the high school schoolwill soboolwill ii
will spend part of his h vacation at the theYellowstone theYellowstone t1 t1Yellowstone I0
Yellowstone park parkMiss parkMiss parkMiss
Miss Frances Franc Eddy entertained at break breakfast breakfast brealfast ¬
fast on Tuesday morning at the Virginia VirginiaMiss VIrginIaMiss VirgiribMiss
Miss Blanch Madson la making a brief briefvisit briefvisit brli brlivisit
visit with friends at t Reno and Sparks SparksThe Spar SparThe
The Tolstoi T lstQJ circle will meet with Mrs MrsMiller Mrs1I1Ier MrMiller S
Miller 1I1Ier at Riverside on June 19 19Mrs 19Mrs 19Mrs
Mrs Abbott R Heywood spent Tuesday TuesdayIn Tuesda y yin
In Salt Lake La e with relatives relativesMrs relativesMrs
Mrs Fred Tout and eon have gone to toPooatello toPocJltell I IPootehiO 0
Pooatello for or a months visit visitMrg vialtMm
Mrg T C Brown rown of Salt Lake spent spentWednesday spentw spet spetW 1
Wednesday w dnol dne5c1Y 1y < In the city cityOgden cityOgden < t tOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsMias Briefs BriefsMiss
Miss Alice Allen AHa daughter of alS S J Al Allen AlIen A At I ¬
len left yesterday for an extended visit visitwith vIsitwith via viawith t
with relatives rel ttve In Portland PortlandThe P rtlQn t tThe
The county bowel of education met yes yesterday y yterda a ¬
terday and disposed dtfi1nsr of a i number of rou routinerijuutir routln roitine i ¬
tinerijuutir tln tine mlJtt Blfs Btl Bills In th t sum S m of iai709 iai709were m700wer 317 00 00alInWrd
were ajtew aU alInWrd wt An n IJRpn aplicstiqu tll wtUn ti tp leo l lqsq g H Hmercantile MporUnD aIn
porUnD pomt1Q or th the school roPftr IU lufor Jit8i Jit8ifor In
for U the o pW1 pUrpee ttM of ereotInf thereon Ii IiTDercantlle
mercantile House was made by L r 1C BPetcrson I 3
Peterson and was referred to the build II I
inm ings in gs and grounds committee C E Pal PImer
mer m er was elected as a teacher teacherThe teacherThe
The Ogden Concert bond will give gh a aconcert aconcert
concert co coIn ncert at the city hall square commenc commencing commencing ¬
ing In g at 4 oclock k this afternoon afternoonResolutions afternoonResolutlops
Resolutions of condolence In memory memoryof memo memoof memorythe
of the late H H Holbrook were adopted adoptedby
by b bM y Musicians union local 365 A F of ofM ofM
M yesterday yesterdayEL yesterdayE
EL E E Stewart Stew t manager of the Simmons SimmonsHardware SimmonsHardWale
Hardware H Hn companys interests in the theleft thenort
nort n orthwest west with head headquarters rters in Ogden Ogdenleft
left le ft yesterday for San Francisco to be begone
gone g one about three months JQOftthsPreparatJons
Preparations are under way to make makethe makethe makee
the th e celebration of Labor day in Ogden Ogdenthis Ogqenthis Og4enis
this th is year greater than ever before La Labor Laor ¬
bor b or unions from all parts of the state te tewfll
will w ill be invited If the present plans are re rerried
carried c rried out outJseph
Joseph Ainsworth who Wh confessed to tostealing toste1h
stealing ste1h st g several articles from the Ar Aroada r rotie
oada o de roominghouse Friday was ar arraigned arraigned
raigned r in police court yesterday on a acharge
charge c of burglary He was held under uer uerHIJO
909 I W bail for a future hearing hearingRUSSIAN heangTO
Continued from page 1 1troops 1troops 1
troops tr oope continued until late last night nightMany
Many 1 anY Jews Boles and Russians civ civilians QivUiaps ¬
ilians il and soldiers Miers were killed or orwounded orwoqndq
wounded w The Tb suburb burb of Bojary was wastotally wastotally
totally t burned and eight streets at atBialystok atBialystok
Bialystok B were completely comJ etely sacked The Therioting TherIoting
rioting rI is Ss said to have extended to toLapy toLaPY
Lapy L apy station on the St Petersburg rail rallroadi unroad
road r oad and to Staroselce station of the thesouthwestern thesouth1estern
southwestern s railroad l8Ilr At both bo b places placesthe placest
the t he e Jewish shops were looted and Jews JewsW Jewsware
W ware ere re murdered or beaten beatenA beatenA
A mob devastated the tit Jewish shops shopsIn
In I n the town af Cbernayawiez eY1lwiez the first firststation firststation
station s sG out of Bialystok on the line of ofGrodna ofGrodna
Grodna GrodnaIn GrodnaIn G rodna
In Warsaw Tarsaw two pplfce sergeants were wereshot wereshot
shot s and killed and another policeman policemanwas
was w as wounded by Terrorists and a po policeman pocenian ¬
iceman hi cenian who pursued ursued the assassins was washot washot washot
s hot and killed by a passing woman womanOutrages womanOutrages
Outrages Continue ContinueGrodno ContilueGrOOno
Grodno Russia June IS 16Accor 1gAccording According fng
to t o messages received here late today
the th e firing continues continu at Bialystok 3iaJ3stokThe
The governor of Grodno and the th local localrabbi localrabbi
rabbi r left here this afternoon for Bialy Bialystok Bialystok
stok s toic with provisions for the destitute d BtltuteLater
Later massages m6 < from Bialystok say
that t none of the clergy In the proces procession prQession ¬
sion s iGn June 14 was u injured by the expio ctXpJosian
sion s ion of the bomb thrown from the thehouse thehouse
house h ouse In Alexander street streetSix streetSIx
Six Jewish travelers tr vlers were murdered mUrd ed edat
at a t the Bialystok B llyst k railroad station yester yesterday
day d ay
News Is Censored CensoredSt
St Petersburg teNeur June if 1 490 4 1 n ep
The r he direct telegrams fror Bialystok to tothe tothe tehe
the t he n newspaper sppe here today to y contain no 110fresh
fresh f information No doubt < the cen censor cenSOl ¬
SOl n or controls the telegraph Dispatches Dispatchessent DIp8tchesSent
sent s by the Associated Press remain remainunanswered remainunansw I
unanswered unansweredThe unansw u red redTh
The Th Bourse Gazette prints a special specialdispatph specialdfspat I
dispatph d h from Grodno declaring that thatthe thatthe
the t he governor of that city has expressed expresseddm I
hh himsf h dm t to the effect ell t that there is i no nohope I
hope h ope of stopping the butchery of f Jews J Jffwt ev s sat I
at a t Bialystok for two or three days
He h ie is quoted quot d a II saying that mob JDqbIIare JDqbIIare1nva are au
Invading 1nva l ing the trains pooping patl JtK through throughBialystok throughBialystok L LBfalytok
Bialystok and are dragging dNl out and andkillIng ani aniilling nd ndkilling
killing k illing passengers Th The Jews Ie who whoescaped whoescaped wh whscaped
escaped e front BialystoR are re wandering wanderingstarving
starving tarvln in the fields ft lds or woods woodsMassacre
Massacre at Kishinev KishinevOdassa KishinevOdessa
Odessa June If ItThe The Jews at Kish Kisnn Kshiev ¬
inev h n iev v are in a state of panic in view of ofreports ofrep o oeports
reports rep r rts that a a Jewish massacre is isthreatened ist ishreeteneel
rt rb threatened t r at They hastily closed ed and andbarricaded andarricaded
barricaded b all their house h6u and storesat stores atorest
at a t noon today and the town to is now nowpatroled nowpatroled nowatroled
patroled p atroled by cavalry while hUe pickets of ofinfantry ofInfantry ofnfantry
infantry i are stationed tatlOft at Strategic Strategicpoints StrateSlpoints Strategicpoints
points pointsMessages pointsMessget
Messages esillg from YeUsabethgrad Ydtsabeth 11Ld and andKrementchuf andKrement andKrementcbug
Krement Krementchuf tug report J1 antiJewish anUJew ex excesses exC cxeases ¬
eases C lii are also l apprehended there thereFury tltereFury thereFury
Fury Unrestrained UnrestrainedSt
St Petersburg June Jf 1 1 235 31 3 p m mM IQM niM
M Viifaver a Constitutional Demo Democratic Dem8entia Demoratie ¬
cratic c member of the Lower House of ofParliament ofParliament ofParliament
Parliament ha J lies reeetveo re t the following
despatch from Bfalystck dated 245 245this 45 45this 45his
this t his mornina morninaThe morBinThe rnornInThe
The rioting proceeded throughout throughoutthe
the t he day with unabated ed fury ad jd is still stillcontinuing 8tlIlcontinuing stillcontinuing
continuing with no signs of cessation cessationIt ees
It I t is impossible to send ftd particulars of ofth oftbtt oftihe
th tbtt horrors horrorsAntiJewish horrorsAntiJewish horrorsAntiJewish
AntiJewish Outbreaks OutbreaksSt < s sSt
St Petersburg June 18 1 41 418 p ni niUnconfirmed QlUnconA1med piUncoprnied
Unconfirmed rumors are in circulation circulationto
to t o the effect that antiJewish out outbreaks aqtbleaJ outbrescs ¬
breaks s have occurred at BrestLitoysH BrestLitoysHend
end Vilna VilnaIt Vll VllH
It is also KI reported t that at a catholic eathoUcpriest catholicpriest
priest has ba been torn to pieces at Bialy Bialystok 13laJytok BIaiystok ¬
stok but this is officially denied deniedArmy ciledArmy deniedArmy
Army Instructions InstructionsOdessa InstructionsOdessa InstructionsOdessa
Odessa June If 1IInatructfons Instructions have havebeen havebtteJt havebsen
been issued to the effect ect that nil n the theInfantry U1einfantry theInfantry
Infantry regiments r imefttii and d army reserve reservemen Je reservemen ne nemon
men in the th southern and nd southwestern southwesternprovinces iIOutbwesUtrnprovInces southwesternprovInces
provinces are to be temporarily placed placedon
on n a home war footing fooU in view of the thapossibility tb tbpOssIbIlity thepossibility
possibility of the peasants rising risingagainst risingJgainst risingagainst
against the nobles The Cossacks are areto artto ar arto
to be mobilized into flying brigades brigadesIt
It t is stated that similar instructions instructionshave instructionshave instructionshave
have been issued to the provincial cora coramandersinchtaf comml1derstnchJef cornpigpdrInchkf
mandersinchtaf in Central and North NorthCossacks NorthGrn ogth ogthera ¬
era Rt RUs1 RUs1Ccssacks i1J i1JCQssacks
Cossacks Given iven Land LilndSt LandTotersburL LandSt
St Petersburg tersbur June If UEMl 1LThnperarNicholas Umperor UmperorNicholas f fNlcQotas
Nicholas has u issued a jeecript crlpt to the theSiberian t theSlherien e eSibert
Siberian Sibert n Coeatcfes granflUifuj grpfttt then t en in inperpetuity i iperpetuity inperpetuity
perpetuity the lands which wa tk they now nowoooupy nflWOQoupy nowoccupy
Even the Women Killed KilledSimferopol KiHecfSlmoropol Killed1mfaropol
Simferopol Province roy tce of Taurida TauridaRussia T TnnrldaRunsia riQa riQaR113Si
Russia June If 115even Seven revoluUonJfteinoluding revolutkmJtsIn revolutionIsts revolutionIstsia1udipg
inoluding In luding we women wasnenwho who wr agitat agitating agf UI UI1l1g tat tatIng ¬
ing for a political strike here were werekilled werekU1Id werekilled
killed py y a n mob yesterday yeat8fCaY1J ysstdayKENTUCKYTRAGEDY yesterdayKENTUCKY
Baseball Game the Cause of Possibly PossiblyTwo PossiblyTwo PossiblyTwo
Two Peaths PeathsMount Pe PeathsMount ths thsMount
Mount Sterling < Ky June It 1A A base baseball baseball baseball ¬
ball game at Grassy Lock this county countywas countywas countywas
was the background of a killing this aft afternoon aftrnoon aftemnoon ¬
ernoon rnoon and possibly po8Sib y two as the brother of otthe
the first victim seriously rioWl Y and perhaps fa fatally fataUy Istally ¬
tally wounded his brothers slayer A Agame Agame Agame
game between bQ betwe n the local 1 1 teams was in inprogress Inprogrj inprogress
progress when John Iiarrien b aged sd If 1 be became becaJIle became ¬
came involved in a fight with B Puck Puckett PAcKett Puckett
ett Ha struck Puckett uckett with wJt a list to crush ¬
ing his skull and causing almost instant instantdeath inSblntdeath instaptdeath
death deathWhile deathWhile deathWhile
While the th other players yers stood about bout pan panicstricken panIcstrlck panIcstricken ¬
icstricken n Pucketts elder brother rushed rushedupon rushedupop rusheduo
uo upon Karrloh h with another bat and inflict inflictEANP nfJlote jpQlcte4
e e4 fiilurie urIef which estate h his c1IRtJt ath athe athBA14bQQNRT
0 0aANP
Holds band will give a free eonoart at atthe a athe atthe
the Salt Palace at S oclock this evening
Continued from page 1 1Wadsworth 1WadS1Orth 1Wadsworth
Wadsworth regarding th 1M night inspec ln pec ¬
tion clause of the amendment to the ag e ericultural ¬
ricultural bill reported by Mr Wai Waiworths Wad Wadworths Wa WaworthS
worths committee committeeIn
In my TDJoplnion opinion the Wadsworth adsworth substi ¬
tute does make the omission omis ion referred to toprovides
It Itex provides to use its ejeaat ec ttot t Jangu legge JUUtCB ge an anexamination anexamInation
i examination ex and nd Inspection Inp tloft ot nil meat meatod
food fo od products pr duett and for Ute pur purpose ¬
pose p ose of suoh examination and inspection inspectionsaid
said sa id inspectors shall have access at all allmes
times ti mes to every part of said d establish establishments eatabUshmonts establishents ¬
ments mentsi montsThe in ents entsThe
i The Wadsworth substitute do doss not pre prevent prevmt proent ¬
vent v ent Inspectors In the t e peeking Houses for forany forany forny
any a ny oUiar purpose qrpOse But at night time timewhen timewhen
when w hen no work is supposed to be done doneand doneand donend
and a nd no meat supposed to be Inspected is ise
the th e time when improper practices ract es are said saidoeeur
to occur in the packing PtLQ Ing houses h uses Certain ¬
j ly then Is the time when any improper improperpractices Improperpractices improperractiets
j practices p ractiets weqld ooour ooourOmitted oooqrOmitted esoqrOmitted
Omitted by Wadsworth WadsworthTherefore WadsworthTherefore WadsworthTherefore
Therefore my bill provides that the thespectors
in j inspectors shall have access during the thenighttime thenighttime theghttime
j nighttime ni as well as during the daytime daytimeto daytimeevery
t to every V IT part of any y establishment estlW hntent herein hereinefore
before b described without respect as s to towhether t tw
whether w ether or not any slaughtering or other otherwork otherwork otherork
work w ork is being done therein The purpose purposeof
f of o f his bill is to put the packing pacJd houses housesunder housesAnder housesnder
t under u the surveillance C8 af t the inspectors inspectorswhen i of1l of1lwhen
when w hen closed as well as when open This Thisprovision Thlaprovision Thisrovision
provision p wp wth rovision which I deem d most important importante
the th e Wadsworth substitute omits omitsMr omitsuMr omitsMr
Mr Wadsworth thinks his language languagecovers lan languageovers e ecovers
covers c this serious point I do not At Ate
the th thp thla least therefore
e very there is an em emphatic emlftatic ¬
phatic htlc difference of inion
p opinion And in a aw
law la w as 8 vital as a this affecting the health healthand healthnd
and a ad lIves of the people its previsions previsionsshould pr vtions vtionsshOUJd
should s be made clear beyond dispute The Thepresident Tevr1ent Theresident
president p sp resident Mr McCabe and Mr Reynolds Reynoldsall
all al l agree that the language of my amend amendment amendnt ¬
ment me in nt t is far preferable to that of the theadsworth
Wadsworth W adsworth substitute The amendments
to the house substitute which they have havesent haveMftt haveent
sent s to Mr Adams of the House commit n t ¬
tee te tee e have been submitted te ma e If adopt adonte4
e4 e d these amendment will make the house
bill b ill substantially sub tantially the same as my m bill to toall o oall
all al l Intents and purposes pu although altbou < h the theaDguage thenguage
language la aDguage Is not so clear clea and plain The Thepresident Thepresident Theresident
president p has u read and approved this thisstatement thisiatem8Qt
statement statementday iatem8QtThe s tatementThe
The report of the cQl1fer8Bcc members
qf the house commtttee Ofl MrlcuIture to to
day d ay was a decision decisI0 for a regular commit C lI1it
tee te e meeting Monday when the suggestions
of the president as to the submeat IJUbm t in ¬
spection s bill of o the house will be formally
L considered consideredtion co
Not Radical Enough EnoughThe
The presidents dOldre to prDb prohibit blt court t
review re rep view of the inspection Is rar4egj as
perkap p te qUMU queetion ft which will be most
ditfktutt dt dtti tfutt to settle There Is little oppom
t tion ti tit to striking out the omirtj OOI ooqrtrevlew t1 View > pro n ra
ston gl en but the
president Wishes es to 30 oa o a
step st tep ep farther according a rdln to the 1 representa representaon ¬
t lion ti on of Mr Adams AdamsIn
In several places pee in the substitute sub tltute he beahes
wishes wialt w ahes the t e discretion of the t e secr secragriculture secretary of
agriculture a J icutllre to be made the th final decision decisionregarding decCalonregarding decisiongarding
regarding re inspection and the th final healthfnlneae healthfnlneaeof hea thful thfulof
fl of o f the product productThe productThe productThe
The lawyers on the committee pointed out
t today to day that to strike out the th court review reviewand reYiewnd reviewnd
and a nd insert in rt these clauses olau e would take awav
the th e right of appeal to the U courts except excepton exceptn
on o n the constitutional con titutiqnal ground of COn confisca conflscaon sca ¬
t tion H on of property The courts have held
tm t they said that where the leaw leaves leav a amatter amatter aatter
T matter m atter to the discretion of an executive executiveepartment
department d head the courts cannot c ot review reyiewthe
the t he exercise of that disci discietion etion on unless it itresults itraults itesults
results r i in confiscation confiscationQuestion OOIf1seatiol1Question conflscatinQuestion
Question of Labels LabelsThe L LabelsThe bels belsThe
The president t wishes the labels on os the thepackages thepackages I Iackages
packages p of f meat foods to bear the ds Uu Uuof
of O f manufacture and the discussion of this thissugjestion Uti UtisugJestion this thisugjeetioit
sugjestion s is said to have developed some someopposition someopJ semspposition
opposition opJ o llition also alsoAnother allil6Another alsoAnother
Another of the sq suggestions ge U s for change c
is that a time limit be fixed during dqrt whioh whiohthe w toh
the t he packers pac peckere en must dispose of their t eir stock on or orand
band b and before the 3 3this Inspection plO provsloh oe oei oeito
j Int In to effect The sub submUtte tJtqt is sHout Oil °
i this t point WithouFfiiVHra Wltbo Without t eeh a irmitaUon limitation it iiM5 t
j has M5 bean pointed oit oU M jIp fce stock stco of o the thetime theII th thoods
j oods II on hand could Increased 1ro 1rot Iron Ironime
time t ime to o time and in thtaTfyay t products put puton pu puon puln
J on o n the market without inspection inspectionSENTENCE i inupectionSENTENCE lOR lORf lORSENTENCE
3 uueapolis June 16 16Dr Dr Jacob F PForce FForee Force
Force F orce former form r president of the North Northwestern iiorthetemn ¬
i western w National Ntiona Life Insurance t rance corn conipany co copewy cornany
pany p wp any of this city who was convicted of ofgrand Qtgra ci r rrsnd
grand gra g d larceny was as today sentenced 9 to toserve toserve ti tierve
serve s gs three an4 a a half years in the pen penitentiary pe penary ¬
itentiary ary
Petermans Roach Food FoodA
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bOWIe ho s of large or small roaches is to touse tous touse
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it on joints so some of it will penetrate penetrateand penetrateand
and remain to keep the premises con continuously continuously continuously ¬
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this earth ar 11 to them and it will not scat scatter scatter scatter ¬
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