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Many Important Measures Are Areed ArePassed ArePassed
Passed and Others Expect Expected
ed to Go Through ThroughHeads ThroughHeads
Heads of Departments Will Hereafter HereafterBe I
Be e Compelled to Obey the thex theLetter
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W MJ IRJ Te e 34 34Lniprtant Important nt meas measures measUres measlires ¬
ures extending exteD ltng federal feder l regulation awl awlcontrol aiHicontrol U1tlcontrol
control have b bt tIft m enacted at the first firstsession firstsemen flrstseesin
session of the Fiftyninth congress The Therailroad Therafroed TheraUrod
railroad rate a aad aad d the meat inspection iD J > ooUon bills billswill billswill billswill
will soon become laws aws and before adjourn adjournment adjournment adjourninent ¬
ment both houses will have passed pure purefood purefood purefood
food biBs which though diselmilar In Interms Intrms Interms
terms are re both based on i the same prin principle priniple principie ¬
ciple < iple bC C federal control It is the pres present 1r85ent prenent ¬
ent inteattoa int tlotl to try and fld adjust these dif differences differences diferenceg ¬
ferences erenceg before adjournment adjournmentThere adournmentThere adjournmentThere
There hac h hA been no marked division on onparty emparty anparty
party lines ia effecting the above results resultsthe resultsthe reaultsthe
the difference being only as to ways and andmeans anameans andmeans
means rather than as to policy policyNew polleyNew policyNew
New Star in the Flag FlagBesides FlagBestde FlagBesiden
Besides branching off into this new newfield newfield newfeld
field of legislative endeavor the present presentsession presentsession presentsession
session has made Itself Important in oth other OUler 0ther ¬
er ways It has added one and perhaps perhapstwo perhapstwo
two rw w states to the union and by b so sodoing sodoing sodoing
doing has ha disposed of four territories territoriesGreat territoriesGreat trItorIesGreat
Great results to the people are expected expectedfrom expectedfrom expectedfrom
from the removal of tax on denatured al alrohol alrhol alrhol
rhol < and If predictions are fulfilled heat heatlight beatJight heatight
light and power are to be supplied by al alohol alohol alvohol
ohol < made from the cornfields of the thecountry thecountry theenuntry
country from sugar beets and sugar cane canefrom canefrom I
from fruits and other vegetation vegetationBy vegetationBy
By a a deft turn of legislative points of ofview ofvIew I Iview
view the questions that have perplexed perplexedcongress perplexedtOngrees perplexedongts
congress for f r some time regarding the thePanama t tPanama thePanama
Panama canal have been settled settledPresident settledPresident settledPresident
President Can 3n Dig Canal CanalThe Can CanalThe l lTbe
The proaid prQ prqm4dit idet Bt may ma dig a lock lockQUt etuiaJ aaJ J as asfast 83fasi 8 8fast
fast as he ttfIeasea e pleases A jaiat rseoratien rseoratienwas 6etuunWM
was age 8Gd a tO trttiifciAg 1 eti85 aAl supplies suppliesto upUeito pplles ppllesto
to be made de of oAm American iertvn rt n jpanufacture jpanufacturefongrese 1n1factWeongiae factU factUongre
fongrese ongre has nt dwelt 4Iw lt with the f e foreign foreignsituation foreignftuation foreignItuattnn
situation to any extent An act making makingmuch m makingl klng klngmuch
l much needed reorganisation of f the con consular consular conaular ¬
sular service was passed pS pasae eL Nothing Netldngwas Netldngwasone was wasdone wasi1on
done i1on one in the Santo Domingo controversy controversyand cOntrt > ietSy ietSynd
4 and nd tbe legislation affecting our colonial colonialj colontalro4geaslons
j nssesskms was meager and unimportant unimportantalthough unimportantt
t 1 although tariff revision revt on for the tbeJ Philip Philippines Philippinps > > nlllp nlllprinfS ¬
pines receivedthe vedthp attention and approval approvalof
F of r 1 the house and an act was paaaed re revising reilng revistng ¬
vising ilng the tariff collected by the Philip Philippine PhilipJine Philiprne ¬
pine government A coinage act for the theislands thei81an theIslands
islands i81an s also Iso was passed passedTalks pas psendTalks ed edTalks
Talks on the Tariff TariffBut TariffBut TariffBut
But congress talked about our own tar tarJff tartff tar1ff
Jff law It broke the record for words wordsThousands wordsThoUsaDds wordsThousands
Thousands and hundreds of thousands thousandsmore thousandsmore thousandsmore
more than have been uttered at any other otherone otherone otherone
one session BIon were compiled in the Con Congressional CongresslolN Congressional ¬
gressional Record Not only on the floors floorsof floorsof floorsof
of the two houses baa the word record recordbeen recordbeen recordbeen
been heavy but the publications pu Ucations from fromcommittee fromommlttee fromcommittee
committee sessions of subjects are larger largerand largernd largersnd
and nd more numerous than at any previous previoussession previouslIe8lon previoussesalon
session A large number of bills were wereintroduced wereintroduced wereintroduced
introduced in the two houses The cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar records that the number has hasreached hasr
reached r + ahed nearly 30090 503 iO OG more than were wereintroduced werentioduced wereintrdueed
introduced during the entire three ses sessions sessionR seaSifl5 ¬
sions of the th last congress congressBefore con conBpfore congressBefore I
Before discuetag the number of acts actspassed actspassed actspassed
passed it is interesting to note that with withall withS ith ithII
all S II I I the strenuous exertions of f an au appro appropriation apprepriatJon approprlation ¬
priation committee in the Muse with a anew aJH aT
new JH T ew chairman chalrmanRppr ehalrnanBepresautatfre Representative eRtatJve Tawney It Ithas Itas Itbas
has as been n Impossible to hold the appro appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
priations down downHearings downHearIngs downHearings
Hearings During the Session SessionOne SessionOne SessiOnone
One of the important features of the theFusion theFI thes4sion
FI Fusion > Eion has been the careful scrutiny with withwhfch WitHwhich withwhich
which the demands of the different gov government govprnment gayrnment ¬
ernment departments has been received receivedby retelvedb receivedby
by b the house appropriations committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The bearings be s accorded to government governmentofficiate gQvenameatffidals governmentffidl5
officiate asking for money te run their theirdepartments theirdf thefrdpartneta
departments df > Jaltmeab and bureaus bure mJ have been n more moreexhaustive moraxhaU8te morexhaustlve
exhaustive than ever before The result resultlias result1as resultas
lias 1as as been the enactment of restraining rtrallli leg legislation leg1Sation legsJation ¬
islation on nearly every appropriation appropriationbill
bill which it is intended vdll have a ben beneficial benff1cIa1 benefkiai ¬
eficial effect hereafter hereafterIn
In this class is undoubtedly that re requiring requiring requiring ¬
quiring the heads of all executive depart departments departmenta depart3nentn ¬
ments to apportion the appropriations appropriationsthev
thy t hey receive in ir equal parts to avoid J de
rtciencie This Is > s to e under pen penalty penalty penaity ¬
alty The only excuse will w l be some un unforeseen UDforeseen unforeseen ¬
foreseen emergency and unless this can canbf canb canh
b bf shown sb wn the head of a department ask asking askIng asking ¬
ing for a deficiency appropriation shall shallbe shanhf shallhe
be > summarily summar y removed and lays himself himselfliable himself1hble himselfliable
liable In the future te fine ne aDd even im imprisonment imriaoRmeat finrjsmflt ¬
prisonment prisonmentRestrictions riaoRmeatRestiictions rjsmfltRestiictions
Restiictions on Clerks ClerksAnother ClerksA ClerksAnother
Another A matter of economy is the Ik tak ¬
ing away from the clerk the right to s scure M Me
cure e ure a transfer tiaJ1IIIf r to another department at ata atA ata
a higher hi ec salary Jary until he has served three threeyears threers threeyears
years rs in the position he wishes to aban abandon abandon abandon ¬
don The prompt turning into the treas treasury treasI tress1u7 ¬
ury 1u7 I n of all moneys collected by heads of ofdepartments ofdebartments ofdepartments
departments as government revenues is isanother Isanother 1 1another
another safeguard against extravagance
11 was found that during the past year yearone yearone yearone
one department had collected revenue to tothe toth tothe
the th amount of iT 799009 t 00 and disbursed it itwithout t twithout It Itwithout
without authority of Oa1T Oa1TA law lawreceived lawstrict
A strict accounting Is hereafter to toTPCehTed be berceIved
received from all United States court courterks C4turtrks courterks
erks rks A revelation that one Ofl such clerk clerkhad clerkhd clerkreceived
had received emoluments amounting to toin
36 36 in one day brought about this tht pro provision proyieion provielon ¬
Raid on the Treasury TreasuryAlthough 1reasury 1reasuryAlthough TreasuryAlthough
Although there UW has been an effort to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the enlargement of 0 what w at is known knownas
as the permanent annual appropriations appropriationsthis
this t his character of expense has Increased Increasedduring Increasedduring Increasedduring
during the session se to1 to the extent of nearly nearlvSdoo nearlymaking
Sdoo 5 000009 > OOO making a total permanent annual annualappropriati annu annualspproprItt l la
appropriati a > n of more than 140000000 140000000Measures 140000000Measures
Measures were Introduced in which action actionniH actioniI actionwill
will iI be pressed at the next session to re reveal reI rera1 ¬
I veal ra1 a portion of the permanent annual annuals I
s pproprfations lproprlation of the he government governmentOr governmentOrganized
V Organized Or labor has succeeded in its lt re request ¬
quest 4 L1est of the present session of congress to towhat tot
1 he extent or securln the enactment ot otwhat ofwhat
what is known as the employers l1abnitbill liability liabilitybill I Ibllt
bill This enactment eD a ctment will make it poss possible poseIhie ¬
ible i le for an fl employe to o secure damages for forMs forJIS forns
Ms injury notwithstanding uotwtth tsndt g his own nag nepligence nO nagligence =
ligence may ms have been In part responsible responsiblef re ponst1He ponst1Hefur
f fur > r that injury injuryHours iftjryHours InjuryHours ji jiHgence
Hours of Work Limited Limitednother Limitednother Limitednother
nother MB that doubtless lJou tIeIiS will become becomes I IIt
s law Is that limiting JirnftJn the hours of con continuous conttnuous eontnU0us ¬
tinuous service of railway trainmen to toftxteen tohteen toilxteen
ftxteen consecutive hours work to be fol folowed folowed Lolowed
owed by ten hour of rest The Themttch much
agitated eightb eighthour ur day bill received a f4k f4korabl f a
voraMfe orabl vote ote from the house from the th la lb ¬
bor committee but too late to secure sooureac ac ¬
tion at the bands of congress The a anti ti
injunction bill was postponed in commit ¬
tee until the next session
One of tha novel features of law mak ¬
ing was the enactment of a a measure to topreserve toJreserve tapreserve
preserve the cenIc beauty of Niagara
Palls Thisaction This a act1o tioq was in direct response res
to a oppular demand that the falls be not
denuded of their beauty to serve the pur purposes purpo putposes ¬
poses po es of commerce commerceNaval commerceNaval commerceNaval
Naval Legislation LegislationEnthusiasts Legisl LegislationEnthusiasts tion tionEnthusiasts
Enthusiasts for the greater navy re ¬
gard the legislation of the session as ini ¬
tial to proper growth of that arm of our
fighting t force Congress authorized the theconstruction theconstructivn th thconstruction
construction of the biggest battleship
aflowt JOBIt with the provision that before the th thplans
plans are submitted or bids received or oraccepted oraccepted oraccepted
accepted the plans of the ship must be
submitted to congress at its next session
This provision was fought in the house housewith housewith
with great zeal and was carried by but a asmall asmall asmall
small majority j
Hazing at the naval academy academ W was s given givena
a further legislative rebuke by the pas passage passage passage ¬
sage of a bill lll giving the secretary of the thenavy theDa7 thenavy
navy discretion dl retion to dismiss or other otherwise i < ca
punIsh at that institution institutionI
I A law was passed p seed which will result in inappropriate inappropriate Inappropriate
appropriate markings marJ fngs being made over the thegraves thegraves thegraes
graves of confederate veterans y terans of the thearmy thearmy thearmy
army and navy who dieX dic dIe3 In northern northernprisons northernproolJS northernprisons
prisons during the civil wan The wearing I Iof
of the insignia of the GrandArmy Grand Army of the
Republic or other soldier ihsignlas f by
other than members of theseorganiza these ganIza
Uons tion is made ma a misdemeanor rnisd meanor Ehe pres ¬
ident Id nt was authorized to take ta k e the t he necessa necessas essa
rr SJOe s to preserve American ai aiDelegate htlqtti qt1i
tiel d 17 Ort8Atfm Vftnm1 tr 1lS 1lS1ft
1ft locations tions ihe Wh ie such antfQultl exist exisDelegate existDekgate
Delegate for Alaska AlaskaAlaska AlaskaAJuu AlaskaAlaska
Alaska was given gi n the right to send a aesate
delegate esate to congress and an act a t was waspassed waspQsS waspsssad
passed pQsS Q whereby that teirltory t tOrItoi rltor will w lJtve lJtvea hare harea
a larger J rger school and public improvement
fund The Th secretary of the interior was wasalso wanaIo
also Iso authorized to allot homesteads to the thenatives thenatives thenativse
natives of Alaska AlaskaAlthough AlaskaAlthough Ala ka kaAlthough
Although the ship subsidy subsld measure did didnot didnot didnot
not become a law twentyfour public acts actsrelative actsrlaUe ac acrelative
relative to shipping were enacted These Thesewere TItesewere Thesewere
were all minor in character and inaugu inaugurated inaugurated inaugurated ¬
rated no new policy The application of ofpostponed
the coastwis6 laws to the Philippines was waspostponed waspostponed
postponed until 1MQ An omnibus bill au ¬
thorizing the erection of a number of aids
to navigation nayi tlon became a Jaw JawLiberality JawLiberality JawLiberality
Liberality toward the Indian the wards wardsof wardsof
of the nation characterized the several severalenactments severalenactments severalenactments
enactments on that subject The tendency tendencyshown tendencyshov tendencyshown
shown shov > D was to grant full citizenship to tothose tothose tothose
those Indians who show capability for it itto Itto Itto
to open for settlement certain of the res reservations reservatloM rcaervatlons ¬
ervations the proceeds to go to the In ¬
dians and in in one instance to provide for forthe forthe forthe
the distribution of the tribal property to tothe tothe tothe
the individuals of the tribe tribeTen tribeTen tribeTen
Ten bills relative to the courts of the tneLnited theUnited
United States were passed The import important important important
ant measure relative to court procedure procedureis
is that which prescribes the exact pro procedure procedure procedure ¬
cedure which must be followed by wit witnesses wltJleSGS wItieasoe ¬
nesses to secure immunity from prosecu prosecution prosecution proseculion ¬
tion later
Roosevelts 25000 25OOOPresident 25000President
I IPresident
President Roosevelt was given g en J25COO 5 OO to topay topay topay
pay traveling expenses of himself and in invited inThed invtted ¬
vited guests guestsThe guestsTM guestsThe
The private pri te pension legislation of the thesession tnesession thesesloit
session was heavy and many hundred hundredsuch hUndredsueh hundredsuch
such acts will be signed before the end endcomes eoocomes endcomes
comes comesThe comesThe comesThe
The Jamestown Tam esto wn Virginia Centennial is isexpected is6XPe isaxpeuted
expected 6XPe ted to be recognized by law before
the session ends endsA endsA endsA
A bill introduced by Representative
Sherman of New York was passed and aadthe 8DdwIn andwill
wIn mAke Itunlawful hereafter to stamp
the words Government assay on ar ¬
ticles manufactured of gold and silver sliverDR silverDR J JDR
Queenstown June 24 24A A number of Irish Irishpresident
deputations greeted Dr Douglass HYde
president of the Gaelic league eague when he
debarked from the liner Celtic
yesterday yesterdaylatlng
and presented to him addresses con cOnatu atu =
latlng him on his splendid reception in
the United States and especially for the
honor of being received by President
Roosevelt President Hyde said he would wouldnever wouldnever wouldnever
never forget the kindness and munificence munificenceof
of the American people and the Irish peo peothink peopIe
pIe owe them much gratitude Although Althoughmission
Be his mission was successful he did not
think tll nk there is any prospect of spreading
the Gaelic language in the United States Statesor
or Canada No language would live there therewould thereexcept tnereexcept
except the English German Jte he believed believedwould believedwould
would becone becomegeneration extinct there m the next nextNEW nextxeneraUon nextgeneration
generation generationNEW
Hamburg June 24 24The The Hamburg
American line intends In
starting July JulyNew a aservice aservice
service between Llbau and Dover and
New York in competition with wit the Rus Russian Rus8n Rusalan ¬
alan line of vessels of the volunteer fleet fleetwhich fleetwhich fleetwhich
which will inaugurate its service with ith
the sailing saJJf g from Ltibau Aug 8 of the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer Smolensk SmolenskIt
It is said that Russia is trying to con ¬
trol 11 01 the emigration traffic and that If
the new volunteer fleet line is a success
this traffic no longer will go to the same sameextent sameextent sameextent
extent by way of Hamburg and Bremen BremenSCHOOLS BremenSCHOOLS BrernenSCHOOLS
SCHOOLS ON CANAL ZONE ZONEWashington ZONEWasblngton ZONEWashington
Washington June 24 24Twentytbree Twentythree pub ¬
lic schools with an attendance
of 1128 1j
pu pupils pupils p ¬
pils and with twentysix teachers have
been established on the canal zone by the
various municipalities under the direction directionof
of the canal zone government Five of
the six municipalities have
adopted com compulsory cotspulsory om ompulsory ¬
pulsory education laws and wellattended
schools are developing rapidly in a coun ¬
try that knew nothing of free schools be ¬
fore the establishment of f the canal zone zonegovernment zonegovernment
government governmentELECTION governmentELECTION I
Washington June 24 24The The anneal oan oanGPFT c
ventlon oC the International SteA1 anA
GPFT CoppL Plate lA Printers union union last rifglft rir ijfJ fit
elocifcd William Foley of Boston Bosoon11ra Bost n nroir rQ J
dt and T L tafean forv of Washington Wasii hirmton to
sff s socrOtnr7troasurer el ar 17trOBsurer roasu 8r The Th next n Jt convention conventionwiH conv 1tlon
will wDlbebGId bo Jiald ld at t Chicago J
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Omaha WorIdHerald WorIdHeraldI
I 1 The Republican Party Is Celebrating Its Fiftieth Anniversary
ANALYSIS nUnivoK1 nc ur OF liupit UNCLE llNC oflHo SAMS cnnnni FOREIGN iu LU LUFortyEight COMf COMMERCE COMMERCEFortyEight ERCE ERCEFortyEight
FortyEight Per Cent of Imports Irnportslnto Into This Country Came From FromEurope FromEur FromEurope
Europe Eur pe Last Year and 67 Per Cent of the theExports theExports theExports
Exports Go G in That Direction
Washington June 24 24Att An analysisof the theforeign theforeign theforeign
foreign commerce oftheIgnited ofethe 1t Ltd States StatesKo0ntaiadd St StatesiontahpOd tcg tcgQOntaflJM
Ko0ntaiadd i Ill a bulletin bullet 1 issued 158 uedijY tfy ythe the de dethat dep doparfmeat
p parfmeat r meftt 0 oC cgmm commee iiffl f l1 Iabor > Sm siy siythat Ya Yathat
that In the lear JS r year eal 9Q5rfdfcper 905A fJ > l cem cen4f ce of otim o otheniports
thft theniports imports im orts into the United Stalest St Statoswas Statoswasdraitrom test Vas VasdrawrrN W Wdraw
drawrrN draw draitrom rom Europe 20 0 per cent ce t from fro fromNorth 111 111North
North AAterica A ca3 IS per r ceatfr6Ym c ntcfr mSouUi mSouUiAI South SouthAmerica SouthAner1ca
America AI erlca 14 pec he cent eentfro from Asia Of the theexports theexports theexports
exports from the t e United States Stnt s in the thesame thesame thesame
same year 87 per cent c nt went to Europe 17 17per 17per
per cent to Asia 2 per cent to Oceanica Oceanicaand Oceanicaand Oceanicaand
and 1 per cent to Africa AfricaA
A comparison comp rlson with the figures of earlier earlieryears e earlieryears rJier rJierVeArs
years shows a gradual decline in the theshare theshare
share of our imports supplied by b Europe Europeand Europeand Europeand
and In the share which Europe takes of ofour orour ofour
our exports eX Orts This regulation is due large largeXPECT largeEXPECT largeEXPECT
Idaho Fruit Growers Determined to toHang toHang toaang
Hang onto on to Cup Given by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Clark ClarkSpecial ClarkSpecial ClarkSpecial
+ Special to The Herald Heraldf HeraldBoise HeraldBoise +
+ f Boise Ida June 24 24It IIt It is the un understandlng understanding 4 +
4 + derstanidlng that Utah will challenge cballengefor + f
4 + for the great silver cup given by 4 +
4 + Senator W V A Clark for the best dis display dieplay + + f
4 + play of fruit at the irrigation con congress 4 +
4 + 4 gress at Ogden two years ears ago In Inview 4 + 4 4view
4 + view of this proposed challenge challengeIdaho
4 + Idaho fruit growers are preparing to tomake tomake i <
+ make an exhibit that will be of in Interest 4
4 + 4 terest to all visitors They think thinkthey thinkthey + f
4 + they can hold the cup against all allcomers allcomets 4 +
4 + comers The exhibit will be during duringthe duringthe 4 +
4 + the meeting of the Irrigation con congress congress 4 4gress +
+ gress in September SeptembernEATHS SeptemberDEATHS 4 4DEATHS +
Accidents Recorded on Bay and Riv Rivers RiversThirteen RiversThirteen ¬
ers ersThirteen Thirteen Victims Satur Saturday Saturday
day and Sunday
Redbank N J June 24 240ne One of the theboats theboats theboats
boats overtur overturned ed and sunk in Raritan bay baySaturday baySaturday baySaturday
Saturday afternoon when two squalls squallsmet squallsmet squallsmet
met in the bay and wrought havoc to tosmall tosmaJI tosmall
small craft was the twomasted schooner
Emma Hendrix of Perth Amboy for Red
bank with a load of coal Captain Mor Morris Morris Morne ¬
ris Brown and his son William 12 years yearsold yearsold Tears Tearsold
old and one of the crew were drowned drownedCaptain drowne1captain
Captain Theodore Wilson 1I80n and his helper helperwere helprwere helperwere
were drowned by b the capsizing of the theschooner theschooner theschooner
schooner Buena vista iTIstaWashington vistaWashington ista istaTashington
Washington June 24 4Edward Edward R Saal
bach and lid his wife while canoeing in the
Potomac river above the Aqueduct bridge bridgetliis bridgetills
tills afternoon were drowned the boat boatupsetting boatups boatupsetting
upsetting ups U1ng Saalbach was a clerk in the thewar thewar thewar
war department and was about 45 4 years yearsold yearsold ears earsold
old He was appointed from California CaliforniaRedwing CalirorniaRedwlng CaliforniaRedwing
Redwing Minn June 24 24DurJng During a pan panic panic panIc ¬
ic caused by the explosion of an alcohol alcohollamp alcohollamp alcohollamp
lamp on board a launch conveying a pic picnic picnic plcsic ¬
nic party up the Mississippi this afternoon afternoonEdith afternoonEdith
Edith and Grace Nettum sisters aged 12 12and 12and i2and
and 14 years fell overboard and were weredrowned weredrowned weredrowned
drowned drownedNewport drownedNewport drownedNewport
Newport Vt Juno 24 24Four Four persons personswere personswere personswere
were drowned in Lake Memphramagog
late today by the overturning of a canoe canoeCHINESE canoeJ canoeCHINESE canoeCHINESE
London June 25 35The The Daily Telegraphs Telegraphscorrespondent TelegraphscorresJOndent Telegraphscorrespondent
correspondent at Tokio says It is stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that Yuan Shai Kl governor of the prov province pro proince province ¬
ince of Chi Li and commanderinchief of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Chinese force will be appointed Chi Chinese Chlneqe Chinese ¬
nese governor of Manchuria and that this thisindicates thisindicates thisIndicates
indicates that China intends to pursue a astrong astrong astrong
strong policy there thereSEA thereSEA thereSEA
Madrid June 24 JKinS King Alfonso AI onso and
Queen Victoria will leave San an Sebastian SebastianJuly SebastianJu17 SebastianJuly
July 2 on board the royal yacht acht Glralda GlraldaI Glraldafor Giraldafor
I for the isle of Wight WightTREACHERY WightTREACHERY WightTREACHERY
Essen June SL MTwo Two workman em amted emp10yed employed
p10yed In the ltnIpp war1 Wor have blC beenar beenarrested ar arrested
rested ted charged with betraying betraylnginThtary military
secre socrets socretsS
T 1 Iy to the enlargement of or our trade with
the orient orientfrom
Imports f from IJEurOP Europa l1 have ve ovt1 from
US400I000 hi 6 1O S110 41OO1Jl In JIOf ii0 trmn
liort Ab ilitlda tr m S i iOOOiUiS > in tqjto
j mi 22TeXTAAI trD05 hr Jt m A
from jn20M mo T12OIeOCIJ OCIJ > 00 to JfflLOOOOO JItIOOCOO1rtt but tbebuJf the buIi
tin add that In J9W they will fall about ab ut
41400 41IOOG10G t < MX below 1S ow those of 1995 iiIe chiefly chi tl on onaccount OUaccount onaccount
account of a reduction in the quantity of ofAsia ofcoffee
I coffee and India rubber Imported From
I Asia the imports have grown from fromtS fromtSI 78
I 000000 OO OOO to J1620WOOO In 1905 905 905I
j I Exports to Europe have grown gr own from
08000000 in 1S5 St to 1 lt1000tOO 21000J800 In 19 1916 6
North America from iaSE6e000 to toSro 260 260cOO000 00
cOO000 0000 QOO South America from mooofJOO 33000 00 to toI
I 57000000 and toAsia to Asia from 17339000 to
The Th sections in which the exports of
the United States make the least progress a
are within the tropics tropicsPolicyholders tropiCSNEWHOUSE tropicsNftJHOIISE
Policyholders to Select Candidates Candidatesfor
for Directors of Mutual and andNew andNew andNew
New York Life LifeNew LifeXow LifeNow
New York YorkTune June 34 HThe The following gen gentlemen gent1em gaittleinen ¬
tlemen t1em n have consented to act In conjunc conjunction conjunction conjunetion ¬
tion with the international policyholders policyholderscommittee poUcyholderscommittee policyholderscommittee
committee in the selection of suitable can candidates candldat candidatos ¬
didates dldat for directors at the annual elec election eloct10n election ¬
tion of the New York Life Insurance com company com company cornpany ¬
pany and the Mutual Life Insurance com ¬
pany to be held next fall
Governor N B Broward of Florida
Governor N C Blanchard of Louisiana
Dr Russell H Conwell of the Baptist
church President E E Clarke of the Or
j der of Railway Conductors of Iowa Car
dinal Gibbons of the Roman Catholic
church Judge George Gray Gra of Delaware
Governor J Frank Hanley of Indiana
j Hon John C Hemphill of South Caro ¬
lina Harlow N Higglnbotham of Illi Illinois Illinois 1111nois ¬
nois Governor J W T Johnson of Minne ¬
sota Hon Z A Leash K C of Can Canada Canada Caniida ¬
ada Hon Nicholas Longworth of Ohio
Hon F B Neldringhaus of Missouri
Samuel Newhouse of Utah Bishop Chas I
C McCabe of the Methodist Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch
church Fremont C Older of California
Hon Richard Olney of Massachusetts
Governor S W Pennypacker of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvani Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Judge Alton B Parker Parl er of New
York Governor Henry Hen Roberts of Con Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut Colonel A M Shook of Ten Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee ¬
nessee Hon Charles Emory Emor Smith of
Pennsylvania General Benjamin F Tracy
of New York TThomas homas B Wanamaker of
Pennsylvania Herr Helnrlch Weigand of
Germany nominated by German commit ¬
tee and representatives represe tatives of English and
French committees committ es who are In course of ofselection orselection o oselection
selection and will be announced announc later laterMORE laterMORE laterMORE
Foreign Merchants Merch nts Expect Japan to toKeepIts toKeep toKeep
KeepIts Keep ts Promises PromisesPeking PromisesPeking PromisesPeking
Peking June f5 The leading commer commercial commercial commercial ¬
cial men are ndvr njw w taking a more hopeful hopefulview hopefulview hopefulvlewof
view vlewof of the prefepects pr pr spects for securing a share shareof shareof
of the trade tr de of 0 of Manchuria and it appears appearsthat apPC8nfthat
that the Japanese Ta
Japanese anese government
appears appearswilling appearJwilling appearswilling
willing to fulfill f1 fijifllI fill Its promise of an open
door in that country countljat at least It has
shown a better b ter disposition than the mili ¬
tary tar authorities au autho tho ties There has been friction
between tIre t c civil I and military authori ¬
ties concerning the policy to be pursued
as to foreign trade privileges s In Manchu Manchuria ¬
ria Thecivil Th The idyll civll authorities are more lib liberal liberal fiberal ¬
eral and It tis is believed that when the mili ¬
tary administration ad nlstratlon is withdrawn foreign foreigners foreignera ¬
ers will pe e given greater freedom freedomThe freedomThe freedomThe
The newspapers n wspapers urge the establishment establishmentof
of Chinese customs at Dalny to t1COUect collect
duties on n goods destined for the interior interioron
on thesame basis as the arrangement with
Germany at Kiaochou KiaochouPARSED KiaochouI KtaochouPSSED
Colon Col n June 24 21The The municipal elections
in Colon today passed off quietly It is isunderstood 1sunderstood isunderstood
understood that the government was vic ¬
torious but tho results have not been beenannounced beenannounced beenannounced
announced Early this morning clubs clubswere clubswere clubswere
were freely used by both political fac factlons factiDB factiona
tlons and several persons received broken
heads headsBRYAN headsBRYAN headsBRYAN
TrondhJam T nd1 Qm Norway Norna June Tup 24v 1Mr Mr 3rtd 3rtdIrs and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Irs William J 3 Bryan lef IhftTrOndhjem Trbndhjem C ttf t
day for North Northeape cape
Sympathetic Nature Sends SendsQrepjan Sendsr SendsQrecian
Qrepjan r can < Behind Bapsor BapsorHiza Bars for forre forlisa
re klriG h1e k w wIDza
lisa Petkaros is a Grecian Unlike a
Greek whose higher ideals consist eon fstof of sue successfully suece8sfulb suecessfully ¬
cessfully manipulating the btishtese biism se end endof endof endof
of a pick lck a Grecian soul s ul yearns YearM for some something sometiling something ¬
thing more inspiring than building grades
for a heartless railroad corporation Some Sometimes S Sometimes me mettmes ¬
times these Grecians carve marble into 1ntofigures intofigures
figures that take lifelike form others otherswrite otherswrite otherswrite
write verses which are handed down as assome assome assome
some of the worlds greatest literature literaturewhile literatureVahlle literaturewhile
while a few have been soldiers whose whosnames whosenames
names are household words and whose
feats changed the entire course of the theuniverse theunlerse theuniVerse
universe universeHiza unlerseHtza uniVerseHIza
Hiza Petkaros comes from the latter latterstock latterstock latterstock
stock and while he has done nothing nOthln to towarrant toarrant towarrant
warrant his wearing > medals an incident
has occurred In his daily ally Hfe which shows showsa
a heart beats within his Is breast out of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which pours only kindness to helpless helplessanimal helplessanimal helplessanimal
animal life It is this loving disposition
for a weaker creature that stamps Pet Petknros ¬
karos a Grecian and not a plain Greek GreekA GreekA reek reekA
A couple of months ago while his Greek Greekcompanions Greekcompanions Greekcompan
companions compan ons were spending the Sabbath Sabbathday Sabbathday
day in fighting booze Petkaros left his histent histent histent
tent at Garfield to take a days da s rest in inthe inthe inthe
the hills there to commune with nature naturedream naturedream naturedream
dream of his faraway native land gather gatherfresh gatbClfresh gatherfresh
fresh strength from the sweet scent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sagebrush and broaden his mind on onthe ontbe onthe
the lesson taught by mother earth in the theupheaval theupheaval theupheaval
upheaval of the t a surrounding ° mountains mountainsall
all of which Is as a man should do doHis dofDs doIlls
His wanderings wandcrln s brought him across a ahelpless ahelpless ahelpless
helpless fawn weak and wobbly which whichin whichin
in some manner had lost its mother Pet Petkaros Petkaros Petkaros ¬
karos sympathetic nature at once went wentout wentout wentout
out to the poor thing and andgathering gathering it up upin upin upIn
in his strong arms he carried ca ed It home to tohis tohis tohis
his tent t nt at Garfield Here he nursed It Itand itand Itand
and cared for It even better than Its own ownmother ownmother ownmother
mother could hope to do The fawn grew grewinto grewinto grewinto
into a young deer and learned to love loveits loveits loveits
its foster parent It came and went at atPetkaros atPetkaros
Petkaros call lived in the same tent t nt and andslept andslept andslept atI I
slept at his side at night knowing full fullWCll fullwe
wen we WCll I no 11U harm II IIwas could come while Petkaros Petkarosvas Petkarotwas
was near nearj nearAbollt nearAboOt
j About this time Bill Bingley the dep deputy deputy deputy ¬
uty game warden learned of the inci incident Incident lncldent ¬
dent and started an investigation Now NowBill NowuB1Jl NonBiji
uB1Jl Bill in one respect is like Battling Nel Nelson Nelsonto ¬
son sonto to both any an human being who was wasborn wasborn watborn I
born under the tropical rays of the tqua equators tquators tquatars ¬
tors sun is a dago Bill cannot tell the thedifference thedifference thtdifference
difference between a Grecian and a aGreek aGreek a aGreek
Greek and when he learned that Fetkaros Fetkaroshad Petkaroshad Fetkaroihad
had a deer in his possesison po sesison he promptly promptlyput promptlyput prompt1ut
put ut it down that one of them themdagoes dagoes has hasConsequently hasbeen hatcon
been con breaking the game me 1awsn 1awsnConsequenthT laws lawsConsequently
Consequently IIBIII Bill buckled on his hisstoutest hisstoutest hitstoutest
stoutest wooden leg yesterday and hiked hikedout hikedont hikecout
out to Garfield The story of the Grecian Greciandid Greciandid Greciardid
did not melt the stony heart cart of Bill Billand Bi1Iand Billand
and he promptly arrested Petkaros and andthe andthe andthe
the deer and brought them both to Salt SaltSheriff SaltLake SailLake
Lake where they were turned over to toSheriff tcSheriff
Sheriff C D Emery Bill entered a acharge acharge acharge
charge of capturing and holding a game gameanimal gameanlmftl gameanimal
animal which is against the rules In InGame inGame inGame
Game Warden John Sharps dopobook dopobookThe dopobookThe dopohookThe
The hearing is booked for this afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and one cannot help but wonder if it Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not better In the long run to fight booze boozeon boozeon
on Sunday Sunda than to start a getbetterac getbetteracquaintedwlthnature getbetteracQuaintedwithnature getbetteracquaintedwithflatUre
quaintedwlthnature idea ideaMRS IdeaMRS IdeaMRS
Sioux Falls S D June 31 21At At mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night last night Circuit Judge Jones ap approved approved approved ¬
proved the 2iOOQ bond furnished for the therelease therelease theeiease
release of Mrs Kauffman accused of the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Agnes Polrels her maid It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was decided however that the woman womanshould womnnshould womanshould
should be kept in custody until 3Ionday 3Iondaymorning lIondaymorning 3londaymorning
morning when she will be taken to her herhome herhome herhome
home The Th excited condition of the pub public public publie ¬
lic mind has somewhat subsided but the thepolice thepolice thepollee
police guard around her residence will be bemaintained bemalntalnep bemaintainel
maintained for the present presentKILLED presenKI presentKILLED
Warsaw June S 5ln In the suburb of Wo Wola Wola WoIa
la this afternoon a band of terrorists terroristskilled terroristski11ed terroristskilled
killed two policemen and wounded another anotherpoliceman anotherpoliceman anotherpoliceman
policeman who were sitting drinking In Ina Ina Ina
a restaurant An hour later the t e same band bandshot bandshot bandshot
shot and killed a police sergeant sergeantVICTIM sergeantVICTIM sergeantS sergeantVICTIM
T TGunri
Cedar Rapids la 1 June 24 24Thomas Thomas F FGunn FGutin
Gunn rector of f the Church of the Im Immaculate Imriiaculate Imthaculate ¬
maculate Conoepolon Cqnieplojtfor for f0rQ fort 9rf r years died diedsuddenly dlel1sudaenly diedsuddenly
suddenly today from a stroke strbkeot of apo apoplexy apop1exy apeplexy ¬
Lauritz ParseAccused Farse Accused of At Attempting Attempting Attempting ¬
tempting to Kill Ora S Page Pagein
in Ogden Canyon CanyonJEALOUSY CanyonJEALOUSY CanyonJEALOUSY
Special Sp Speclalto clalto to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden June 24 24LaurItz Lauritz Farse a Salt SaltLake St SaltLake t tLake
Lake painter is In the Weber reber county Jail Jailcharged jailcharged Jailcharged
charged with attempting to kill Ora S SPage SPage SPage
Page a young man half h li his age in Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den canyon this afternoon Page is held heldas heldas heldas
as a witness According to Page Farse Farsewas Farsewas Farsewas
was jealous of Pages attention to his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife Page came to Ogden only a a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time ago and says sa s he left Salt Lake be because because because ¬
cause Farse was jealous of him Farse Farselives Farselives Parselives
lives at 825 East Tenth South street Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakePages LakePages LakePages
Pages story is that when he lived in inSalt InSaIt InSalt
Salt Lake he occasionally called at the theFarse theFarse theFarse
Farse home to see the daughter of 0 the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house who Is about 24 years old He says saysthat ea saysthat s sthat
that Mrs Farse was always cordial in inher Inher inher
her treatment of him and that when she shewould shewould
would meet him on the street they would wouldstop wouldstop wouldstop
stop and chat awhile There was noth nothing nothing nothlug ¬
ing wrong about It he said but Farse Farsethought Farsethought Parsethought
thought there was and became exceed exceedingly exceedingl exceedingly ¬
ingly ingl jealous jealousVisits jealousVisits jealousVisits
Visits Pages Room RoomSome RoomSome RoomSome
Some weeks ago Page says Fare called calledat
at his Pages room in Salt Lake and andwaited andwaited andwalLed
waited until Page returned meanwhile meanwhiletelling meanwhilete11fng meanwhiletelling
telling his troubles to the landlady andlad When WhenPage WhenPage WhenPage
Page came in he says Farse upbraided upbraidedhim
him for his alleged attentions to his wife wifebut wIfebut I
but before the conversation was over overPage overPage I IPage
Page says sa s he convinced Farse that there therewas therewas therewas
was nothing wrong wrongIn wrongIn wrongIn
In view of the trouble however Page Pagesays PagesaYS Pagesays
says that he thought it was his duty to toleave toleave toleave
leave Salt Lake so that he would ould no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer be a source of domestic difficulty difficultyin
in the Farse family He came to Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den and secured employment with the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific Transfer company companyApparently companyApparently
Apparently Lured to Tragedy TragedyHe Tl Igedy
He did not see Farse again until today todaywhen toda7when todaywhen
when he met him on the street In Ogden OgdenFarse OgdenFarse OgdenParse
Farse he says greeted him cordially told toldhim toldhim
him that he no longer felt 111 toward him himand himand himand I
and suggested that they take a little Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day afternoon trip up Ogden canyon Page Pageconsented Pageconsented Pageconsented
consented he says and they took a bus busto busto busto
to the Hermitage Farse paying the fare fareWhen fareWhen fareWhen
When the Hermitage H amltage ssas w as raechad Fars Farssuggested Farssugbested Parse Parsesugeatnd
suggested they th y go up to thJkQgks ttJ QdkS 1I 1ts th thfarthest tllfarthest the thefarthest
farthest point in the canytftu c nyQi fen n nTiiisThby foot footThis tQOilf
This TiiisThby lf st1i they y diQ C1i When they reached rek n d what whatis
is known as 5 the Win Winslow Vh ovr T property Prfpe ty they theytufchefl theytUtne8 theituithefi
tufchefl tJ dfr f vdh On nfO foot t path tiailL tt and started trtell tar tarwalk tcrwwk tawalk
walk up the mountain Jt side Farae goingahead going goingahead olngahead
ahead and Page following followingHit followingHit followingHit
Hit in Head With Stone StonePage StonePage StonePage
Page says that when they had pro progressed progrestMd progreased ¬
greased a short distance he turned his hisback hisback h hback
back to Farse and started to admire the thescenerv thecenery thescenery
scenery Suddenly he h says Farse struck struckhiw struckbiw struckhiw
hiw with a stone in the back of the head headand headand headand
and knocked him a distance of fifty fift feet feetdown teetdown feetdown
down the mountain side He was stunned stunnedfor stunnedfor stunnedfor
for a moment and when he came to he hewas hewas
was in a clump of bushes He looked up upand upand
and saw Farse running toward him himDazed himDazed himDazed
Dazed as he was tis he ran down the foot footpath footpath footpath ¬
path to the main road where he en encountered encourtered encourtered ¬
courtered Sheriff G A Sebring and Coun County County County ¬
ty Commissioner Comm ssioner O B Madsen in an au automobile automobf1e antornoblie ¬
tomobile Seeing that he was wounded woundedSheriff woundedSheriff woundedSheriff
Sheriff Sebring stopped the automobile automobiletook automobiletook
took him aboard and drove to the Her Hermitage H Herinitage er ermltage ¬
mitage Then after hearing the story storythe 9toOthe storythe
the sheriff went back met Farse and andtook andtook Pd Pdtook
took him into custody p Both were brought broughtto
to Ogden and locked up in the county countyjail comityJan countyJail
jail Page has a cut three inches long longand longand longand
and clear to the bone in the back of his Mshead hishead hishead
head and his hands and face are severe severely severeh severely ¬
ly scratched Sheriff Sebring will go to tothe tothe tothe
the scene of the alleged crime with him himIn himin himIn
In the morning and inspect the ground groundSays groundSays groundSays
Says Page Started Trouble TroubleFarse TroubleFarse TroubleFarse
Farse would say sa little nttl in the county jail jailtonfght jaJltontght Jailtonfght
tonfght He declared however that he hehad hehad hehad
had no illfeeling toward Page and andcharges andcharges andcharges
charges the latter with assaulting him himfirst himfirst himfirst
first This is not believed beli Yed by b the offi officers officers officers ¬
cers however who say sa that Pages story storyparticularly storyparticularly storyparticularly
particularly his running away is verified verifiedbv verifiedby
b bv the circumstances circumstancesFarse circumstancesFarse circumstancesFarse
Farse is about 50 years ofage of age and Page Pageis Pa e I
is 24 34No 24No 24No
No one was at home at the Farse real residence lt8Idence realdence ¬
dence 825 East Tenth South street last lastnight bu bunight lastnight
night Neighbors say ay that Mrs Farse Farseleft Farseleft Farseleft
left home about two weeks v ks ago and that thatFarse thatFarse thatParse
Farse told a friend in the neighborhood neighborhoodthat
that his wife had deserted him The Thedaughter Thedaughter Thedaughter
daughter has not beenseen been S seen en about the theplace theplace theplace
place for at least two days daysThe daysTile daysThe
The neighbors say that until Mrs Fame Farseleft FalM FalMleft Fameleft
left home there never was the slightest slightestsuspicion slightestsuspicion slightestsuspicion
suspicion on the part of anyone that she sheand 811eand sheand
and her husband were not living happily happilytogether happilytogether happilytogether
together Page is not known in the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood so far as could be learned learnedlate learnedlate learnedlate
late last night night1MAH nightYJOMAM nightIOMAN
Automobile Going Sixty Miles an anHour anHour ansour
Hour Overturned at Pasa Pasadena Pasadena ¬
dena Cal I I I
Los Angeles Cal June 24 4In In the over overturning overturning overturning ¬
turning of an automobile on Colorado Coloradostreet Coloradostreet Coloradostreet
street in Pasadena > at 3 oclock this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing while it was being driven sixty miles milesan milesan milesan
an hour and the subsequent explosion explosionof
of the engine and setting settlngfire fire to the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine Mrs MrsT J J Cordon 2S years ears of age agethe agethe agethe
the wife of James J Cordori a local bus business busIness busmess ¬
iness man was pinioned down and roast roasted roasted roasted ¬
ed to death and Jack Henderson a Pas Pasadena Pasadena Pasadena ¬
adena chauffeur was so badly burned burnedthat burnedthat burnedthat
that he will Ill probably die Mrs Ella May MasMorris MayMorris Ia IaMorris
Morris an artist from Pueblo Colo Cob was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also slightly lightl burned and bruised Mr MrCordori MrCordorI iirCordon
Cordori the husband of the dead woman womanand womanand womanand
and C White who were also in the au automobile automobiIe antomoblie ¬
tomobile escaped practically uninjured uninjuredPueblo uninjuredPueblo uninjuredPueblo
Pueblo Colo Cob June 24 2tMrs Mrs John Norris Norrisis
is the wife of a retired furniture dealer dealerin
in this city She went to Los Angeles last lastJanuary lastJanuary lastJanuary
January on a visit isU Her husband is ill illat IIIat 81at
at their home In this city and has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been Informed of the injuries to his wife wifeNEW wiCeNEW wifeN
Chicago June 24 2tTold Told in the Hills Hillsa
a play written from Marah arah Ellis Ryans Ryansstory Ryansstory Ryansstory
story of the same name was given its itsfirst itsfirst itsfirst
first production tonight at Powers the theater theater theater ¬
ater The dramatization is the work of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the authoress and McPherson Turnbull TurnbullThe TurnbulIThe TumnbullThe
The production is In the hands of a capa capable capable capable ¬
ble company headed by Edwin Arden Ardenwho Ardeswho Ardenwho
who takes the part of Jack Genosee the thehero thehero thehero
hero of the play The work of Miss Mabel MabelRoebuck MabelRoebuck MabelRoebuck
Roebuck as Rachel Hardy as well as asthat asthat asthat
that of Mr Ir Arden was given hearty ap approval approval upproval ¬
proval by the audience At the close of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the third act Mr Arden Mrs Ryan and andmembersof andmembers andmembers
membersof members of the company were called be ¬
fore the curtain several times
Oregon Short Line Gang of La Laborers Laborers Laborers ¬
borers Lays Tracks Across AcrossRio AcrossRio AcrossRio
Rio Grande GrandeWHILE GrandeWHILE GrandeWHILE
The Rio Grande Wester night J ght watch watchman watchMalt watchnail ¬
man 9tef 8t t early earl yesterday morning mor fg whii whiithe whiitne whUe whUethe
the Oregon Ore n Short LIne construction gang gangconsisting gangCOA8l gangconsisting
consisting COA8l tl of 300 00 Japanese laid a track trackin tracKin trackin
in the darkness s on a disputed right of ofway o oway IF IFway
way along Fifth West between Fifth and amiSixth andSixth anISixth
Sixth North streets to the site where a acar acar acar
car wheel and casting manufacturing es ¬
tablishment is to be erected by Rudolpti 1
Ortmann of Greenwood Va
Not until the track was half completed d
did the watchman placed there to guard guardagainst gua guariagainst 1 1asRinst
against the operations of the Oregon
Short Line awaken to find that posses possesJrfon possessluR poef
sluR 8 of the right rl ht of way wy had ha been bn gained
by the Oregon Short Line g8nf
b Org Lne It was th thrattling thrlng thrattling
rattling rlng of the tle flat fat cars car loaded lde with wih tips tipsand tipsand te5and
and rails being shoved
rals befn shove along alng the unbal
lasted lste track trck the th clink clnk of the spike unbl mauls maulsand mauland maulsand
and the dull dul thud of the ties bein
dropped dropp into place plae the aroused a d te him bin For Fo
fully fuly two hours he slumbered siumbre in front m mthe I n nthe I
the dying embers embr of a fire he h had bd built builtwhile bultwhie buiftwhile
while whie on watch When VThen he awakened awaened tin th
Oregon Short Sort Line track t was w a reality
The Rio Grande GrUde officials offcias were reaty notified notifiedas notiiFdas
notfifd notfifda
as a soon 8n as possfbla pbt possiblothat that the te track trc was wa
being bng laid Attorney Atorny Walderaar Walder Van Cot Cottwas Cotw t twas
was w called cle and an an injunction Inuncton was w place pC l I
before bfore Judge Charles Charle W Morse Mors who whosigned whl whosigned
signed sned it i Sheriff Sherff C F Emery Emer was given
the paper ppr to serve srve Deputy Deuty Sheriff Shnff W B
Booth Both served srved the th injunction inuncton but bt the fore foreman forf foreman B ¬
man of the construction contrton gang gag ignored
the service serviceBy srvic serviceBy ignore
By this time tme thy t tra trk traek < ck was almost almo com completed compiee cornpieted ¬
pleted piee and ad work wOk was not stopped until untilthe unt1the unt I Ithe
the ties t were wer fairly fairy ballasted bla stp The Te track trackwas tra trackwas k
was W filled fle with a line Jn of cars cr The Te mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of right rght of way wy will wi be carried Crd before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the district distrct court as 8 soon sn as a possible possibleHow pble pbleHow possibleHow
How Trouble Arose AroseThe AroseTe AroseThe
The Te Rio Graade Grde Western Wetern railroad rird com company rm rmpny om ompony ¬
pony pny secured sure a franchise fncble last lt Januarr Januarrfrom Janua
from the council cuncl for a right rht of way W fora fUr for
a doable dobl track trck along aJn Fifth Ffth West ebtwelt bet betweet wee it
Fifth FIlth and an Sixth North Noth streets strets The Th tracks tracksTrere trackswhe trackswere
were whe to be b used u for passenger pr cars C
When the the property propery plat C block bk bkconlstng blockconsisting S Sconsisting
consisting conlstng of ten te acres cr of land Jn was wa pur purchased purcha purchased
chased cha by b Attorney AtorY Frank B Stephens
fop Iv Mr r Ortmann Ortn for 21JG application applicationwishmda applicationsInado Sebe1
wishmda sInado d t to the Oregon Orego Short Sot aplcaton Line rom rompGuy corni nm
pGuy i > fr f r tvnkThe ti ck s Th e rxllrmd tl com company rm rmpny cornpuny
puny pny applied appli for a franchise Oehl along alng tin tineast h heat
east e side id of o Fifth Flft West W ateeefc ae It I w Wpud wits witsgrnnted < a agranted
granted pud tothe t to the Oregon Or Short S Ltlk com company rm rmpy corny
pany y by the te council conf two t weeks ago o
William Ashton chief resident
Wiim Ahtn r engi engineer tnS eng ¬
fleet night nightWe ne of the Oregon Or n Short Line Ln said sid last lastnight las lastnight t tBit
We had the th track trck practically pctely comple compleed cmple cmplee
ed e when whe the injunction injunton was served ne h hDeputy I bDeputy
Deputy Dputy Sheriff Booth Bth The Th foreman for callrd callrdme calpd calpdm ealI d drae
me m up by telephone telephon and an told tol me about abut thp thpserving t1A t1Asn th thserving
serving sn of the papers ppr No 10 more mrt track trackwas trackwas
was Tas laid after afer that but Dt it was straigh straighened srigh atmaighcoed
coed eed up and an the track trac will wl undoubted undoubtedstand uubted uubtedstand undoubteItstand
stand when the case c is i brought up in lh lhcourts 1hcourts thcourts
courts The Th Oregon Oren Short bugt Line track trck in inno inno n nno
no way interferes interfee with wih the Rio Ri Grands Grandstracks Grnd Gmandestracks g gtack
tracks tack They have a franchise frhise for a don
We be track trk a alog along Ion Fifth Fft West 1et street stret but butonly bu buonly bitonly
only one track trk is laid id There are a few fewrails few fewrls fewrails
rails rls put down dow on the th east eet side of th thstreet thstrt the thestreet
street but bt the operations oprtons of the construc construction contnJ constrmtion ¬
tion gang gg did di not interfere with wlb this thlfMr tbf tbfMr thisMr
Mr Ashton said s that the construction constructionof CtrclnT
of this tis spur had been bn under consideration cnratIl i
for some sme time tme before boe it i was wa decided deie t tpetition tpttion tpetition <
petition pttion for a right rght of way He said I th tht thtthe j r rthe tth
the th Rio Grande Grnde objected objte to its Is being bi bui
The company compy claimed claime that it I would inter interfere interfare ¬
fere with their double dube tracks trcs Mr Ash Ashten Asht Ashton
ten t admitted admite that trouble troubl was anticipated anticipatedand d dan
and an that tht the darkness dak of the antpt night nightcon was waschosen wschosen
chosen con to cover their tnel operations oplon It I was
known kown that tht a watchman wteh n had been b placed placedon pl d don
on guard rd there thee to notify ntly the Rio lo Grande Grandeofficials Grandoffcal Grandnofficials
officials offcal of any movement mvemnt of the th part fJ fJtbe > tthe r rthe
the Short Line In order that Prt
Shrt ore tht an injunction injunctionmight injunctiortmight
inunction inunctionmight
might be b secured sred to prohibit phibt the tl laying layingof
of the th track trackThe tek tekThe trackThe
The name n of the night nibt watchman who whoslept wh whslept whoslept
slept at his hi post pt could not be b learned lerned lernedSn As Assoon e esoon
soon Sn as as he was aroused arusf from his slum slum ¬
bets br he notified ntfed the officials ofcils of the Ri Rio < >
Grande Grd and aD disappeared disappearedSTRIKE dlppae dlppaeSTRIKE dIsappearedSTRiKE
Entire Entre Police Polce Force Called Caled Into IntoService IntoService IntoService
Service at Allentown Alentown Pa PaAHentowa PaAJentowJ PaAllentown
Allentown AJentowJ Pa June St aA ILA A strike ske rr rrmotorme ofinotormen < f fmotormen
motormen motorme and conductors cutr of f the Lehigh LehighValiey LehighValey LehighValley
Valley Valey Transit Trsit company cmpny today toay led l to dis disturbances di diturbnee disturbances ¬
turbances turbnee here tonight tonht that tht ended ee in th thmayor thmyor the themayor
mayor myor ordering orde out the etie entire poll polifforce plk pollforce
force Tonight T nlckt a crowd of 46W 4 persons personsgathered personsgathered
gathered tbe at a the Ue transfer tRf point pit Sixth Sxth pronc and
Haion Hamilton streets atrt and began bn interferinwith Intoteng Intotengwih Interfering Interferingwith <
with wih the running of cars cr Trolley Trley ropes ropeswere ropf ropswere
were cut cars cr were Tere stalled stle and the crews crewsgreeted cr crgreted crwrgreeted
greeted greted with jeers js Nearly Neq NearI a every ear c was wasthen wa wathen wasthen
then run rn into the barns b bar Along A1 eve the th lines linescrowds 1nf linescrowds
crowds gathered thered hooting hota and A in n a few fewinstances fewInstanc fewInstances
instances Instanc stones stne were thrown thrownThe tow thrownThe
The strikers strer demand deman the t recognition r recognitiontheir niUon f ftheir rtheir
their union and the reinstatement retet of fif fifteen fi fifteen r rten ¬
teen ten organization men me discharged dihge for belonging to t t the theorganization theorsaui2mtlon
Body of John Shears Found in Slate SlateCanyon SlateCanyon SlateCanyon
Canyon CanyonSpecial CanyonSci1 CanyonSpecial
Special Sci1 to The Herald HeraldProve Hel HeraldProve
Prove Prvo Utah Urh June une 24 4John John Shear Sher an aninmate aninmate aninmate
inmate of the county cny infirmary ifrar wandered wanderedaway wnerfd wnerfdaay wanderedaway
away from fm that institution instution a week ago ag
His Hi dead body by was wa found foun today toa at the
foot fot of a cliff in Slate Slte canyon cnyon east est of th >
infirmary Dr Christensen and Oscar I
Inflrn1r Christee Iiec > i
found fond the body by where It had evklentl evklentltoppled evkientItoppled Ll
eVlent eVlenttopple
toppled topple from the te rock rok above abve Shears She wa waye was <
76 years ye of age e Up to ten te years r ago h hwas hwas he hewas
was well known kW in the camps cl of o o oand 1tah 1tahand tall talland
and Nevada Nevad a ea a miner and prospector
He became bm ill at th tt that t time tme proptol and sinr 8inl
has been be in the Infirmary Infrma He leavrs leavrsdaughter leps lepsdaughter leavvsdaughter
daughter Mrs Caroline Whitney
lIl Caroln Vitey whj wh whJve
lives Jve at Ypsilanti Ypiat N D DDRUMMERS 1 1DRUMMERS DDRUMMERS
4 + Spokane Spke Wab Wash June 24 2One One of ofthe +
4 the Howard Howad street stret bridges brcge over the thef + 4
+ f Spokane Spkne river 18 li l yards yrd east e of the theH themain +
i H 4 main falls fals collapsed clapsed this thi afternoon afternoonshortly teron teronshorty +
4 shortly shorty after ater a street steet car had passed +
4 over John H Beem a commercial commercialtraveler comercial comercialt commercialtraveler + +
+ traveler from Honey Hone3 Creek Crek Wis WisH Wiswa +
t H 4 was wa carried down In the te wreck wrek but butbis +
4 f his clothing caught cught suspending suspening him himon hhnon hunon +
+ on the brink brnk of the upper uppe falls fall He Hewas 4 4 4was
twas + was removed unhurt unhurt No other othe per person perSft person +
+ son Sft was ws injured injuredFOUND injure +
+ t + 4 + I + + I + i4 + J + t I 4 t + 44 + f fFOUND f C + t
e r rFOUND
Manila Mania June Ju 34 24Colonel Colonel James Jae Resan Resanof Reganof
of the Ninth Nth United States Stte infantry Ren Renof 1
found dead In bed today inty ws
foau ded be toay Death Doth was u
caused cue by heart hear failure falure

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