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INSANITY Will RE THE THlPlA THEPLEA
PLEA OF OFHARRY H RRY K THAW THAWSlayer THAWSlayer
Slayer of Stanford Sta ford White Ex Exby Examined Examined
amined by Alienists in theTombs the theTragedy theTombs
Tombs Prison PrisonTragedy PrisonTragedy
Tragedy Creates Creat s Greatest Sensation S nsation intham inGtham in iniQoitham
iQoitham tham Since the Killing of ofJimFisk ofJim ofJim
Jim JimFisk Fisk
New York June 36 3IFnu1kly Frankly admitting admittinghat
hat he killed ki led Stanford White the fa famous famous Ianous ¬
mous architect and pleading in justifica justification justltJ03110n just11cation ¬
tion of o the deed that White hd ruined ruinedthe ruinedthe ruinedthe
the life of his wife the beautiful former formerhorus formerhorus formerhorns
< horus girl and artists model Florence FlorenceKvelyn FJerenceEvehl1 FlorenceEvelyn
Evelyn Nesblt Harry Kendall Thaw of ofPittsburg ofPittsburg ofPittsburg
Pittsburg brother of the Countess of ofYarmouth ofYarmouth ofYarmouth
Yarmouth occupies a cell In the Tombs Tombsawaiting Tombswafting Tombswaiting
awaiting the action of the grand jury on onP onp
P 1 charge of murder His counsel will of offer offer ofthe ¬
fer the defense of insanity and today todaythe tode tode1h today1hc
the 1h prisoner prisoner was examined by eminent eminentAlienists eminents eminentUenists
Alienists s Uenists retained on His behalf and by bythf by111P bythe
the district attorneys office officeInquest offloeInquest officeInquest
Inquest Thursday ThursdayThe
The Th > coroners inquest will be heM he3 on onThursday ORThursda o oThursday
Thursday Thursda and in all probability the case casewill Ciisewl1l ae aeciil
will then be considered by b the grand grandjiry grandwIlen grandiry
jiry when the prisoners wife will be re required reQulred required ¬
quired to appear before that body she shehaving shealng sheh
having h been served serv with a subpoena to today todty toclny ¬
day while In consultation at the offlces offlcesof offcesf
of If f her husbands counsel Every E eiy effort effortIs fortnow
Is l now being made by b both sides to ex expedite expedite exiodtte ¬
pedite the legal preliminaries so that the thearraignment thearraignment thetrraignment
arraignment and trial may m y take place at atthp atthp atthc
thp earliest possible date dateNot dateot dateNot
Not ot since sinceUie tile kilting of James Jam FIsk Jr Jrby jrIn Jrby
by Edward Stokes on the t e staircase of the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Central hotel more than thirty thirtyrars thtrtytars th4rtyam
tars am ago has the metropolis been beenshocked beeRR beenscked
shocked R ocked by so startling and dramatic a atragedy aragedy aagedy
tragedy as that which was enacted last lastr
r r ght in the view of an audience of more moreman morean
man 1 an 1000 persons In the roof theatre of ofMadison of1ladison ofMadison
Madison Square Garden G rden Not the least leastdramatic JQRstdraJIlatic leastdramatic
dramatic feature ot the tragedy is the thefact tIlefact thetart
fact that Mr White met t his death do th in the thestructure thestructure thestructure
structure wltf wh4c rcMch 1 is igpeJlh petiiaps ps the most con conspicuous conpicuous conpiuous ¬
spicuous memorial m < < n rJal of his architectural architecturalgenius architecturalgf architecturalgenIus
genius gf = nfus
Events vent Moved Rapidly RapidlyRarely R ipidIyTd Pidly PidlyRarel
Rarely Rarel Td rely ha 1wfiM in dtes se agjftlgt WML J Pgpn Pgpnr Ui Jl Jlnton
4 r moved nton mo ed d with more re raarSsty then 41Id d the thej theJroceeding theroc1Seding
j > roweding to4ay which W ended in Thaws Thawsformal Thawsforma Thawsf
formal f rmal coramitxftent com to tile Tombs Save Saven S Skyethis ve
n 1 this unusual atMIImo aftd 1 aljo Insoet t frenated haste hastefVr bastethr
fVr + 1 r routiiH ffeHowed a4 the treatment treatmentr treatmentcordt treatmeotordd
r corded cordt > d to Thaw differed in no respect respectcm
V cm m that meted out to any prisoner prisonernarged prisonerilarged prisonerirged
< narged with a capital offense offenseHoused offenseRoused offenseThused
Housed early this morning from his cell cellin celli cellthe
in i the West Thirtieth street station stationJuse stationJS
Juse I JS Thaw attired in n fresh clothing clothingbrought c1otblnglQught clothingiought
brought to him by his valet was wasshackled W85shackled wassdkled
shackled inspite In Ii spite plte5of of his Jrote protestations ltaUons to toa toa toa
a detective and taken in the patrol wagon wagonto
to police headquarters Thereafter Thereafterawaiting1 Thereaftera Thereafterawaiting
awaiting a ait1nJhls his turn in the long ong line of petty pettyi
i S nmmals arrested during the night he hewas hewa hewas
was wa photographed and his measurements measurementstaken measurementsI
taken 1 ken on the Bertillon system Again in inihp inthp inlip
ihp lip patrol wagon he was taken to the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal
criminal court building where a great greatmultitude greatmultitude greatmultitude
multitude gathered to catch amassing amassingglimpse 8 AYasslng AYasslngslimpsfI jassingglimpse
glimpse of him and was arraignecrin the thepolice theIH1i thep1iee
police IH1i < f court There the proceedings were wereof wereIf
of If r the briefest and after the bare for formality formality ¬ I Iroa1it
mality roa1it of arraignment had been under undergone underbon undergone ¬
gone bon Thaw was remanded to the custody custodrf custodyof I IIf
of If f the coroner and on his order commit committ oommft1d
t 1d d to the Tombs to await the result of ofhis of11is ofh1S
his trial trialThaw trialThaw trialThaw
Thaw Retained Composure ComposureThroughout Composure1hrougltout ComposureThroughout
Throughout the proceedings Thaw Thawshowed Thawshowed Thawshowed
showed little evidence of o agitation except exceptwhen excepthEn exceptwhen
when hEn the detective approached him in the thestatfon thestatfon thestation
statfon to affix the handcuffs to his wrist wristThrn wristThfn wristThcn
Thrn he protested But on being beIngassured beIngassuredthat assured assuredfiat red redt1at
fiat this was the invariable practice he hesubmitted hesubmitted hesubmtted
submitted without further rther words While Whileleaving WhileIfavIng WhileiavIn
leaving iavIn the station sta and even in the t e court courtTt courtroom courtmom
room b h as compelled to run the gaunt gauntT
Tt T r t of batteries of 0 cameras from which whichh whichhr
h hr shielded bitJde himself Aim elf as well as he could couldT could1n
T 1n w rovering his face with his unshackled unshackledlinml unshackled11nd unshackledI
linml linmlThaw 11ndThaw I n d dThaw
Thaw was registered at the Tombs as asHarry asHarn asHarry
Harry Thaw born in the United States Statesyears StatesyeaLS Statesyears
years old student and was assigned assignedt
t coil 230 G cw the th second tier tie Shortly af after afpr afhis
ter pr his arrival he was visited in his cell cellhv cenJ
hv J h Dr Aurtin Flint FJI t Dr Carlos F Mac MacDonald MacJnald MacPnald
Donald and Dr Mabon on behalf it was wast WSsaid
t said aid of the district attorneys office and andiv and7i
iv 7i y v Dr Maguire the Tombs physician physicianwho physicianWh
Wh who was required to make an examination examinationof
of the prisoners mental condition byrounsel byrounsel by bycounsel
rounsel for the defense Drs MacDon MacDonrld
rld ld and Flint later declined to say any anything anything anything ¬
thing but Dr Maguire said that he be befiered befIed beeyed
eyed he discovered symptoms of emo emotional emotional omolIonel ¬
tional insanity and possible indications of ofSnipient ofniIl ofnipIent
Snipient niIl > nt paresis pare js The alienists will make makea
a further examination of the prisoner to toirrrow tonrro torrrflw
irrrow rrrflw Dr Maguire a tre meantime keeping keepingv keepingunder
v 1 under observation observationPhysical obsenaUonPhysical observationPhysical
Physical Condition Perfect PerfectMr
Mr Ir Maguire said that Thaws physical physicalCondition physical1Jlldition physicaljiidition
Condition was 9JiS almost perfect and his ap apjiftite apftite aprtite
jiftite excellent excel nt Louis Delafield who took tookcharge tookrhargE tookcharge
charge of Thaws interests immediately immediatelyifter Immediatelyftlr
< ifter ftlr his arrest announced that the firm firmi firmlor firmur
i lor Black Olcott Bonynge of which for former former former ¬
mer Governor Frank S Black is the senior seniorpartner seniorpartner seniorpartner
partner had been retained to conduct the thedefense th thdffense thedefense
defense Later Mr Delafield and Mr Ol Oliott OII
iott I ltt had an interview with the prisoner prisonerin
in the th consulting1 room in the prison after afterwhich afterhieh afterhich
which hieh Mr r Delafield declined to say any anytiiing anytling anyI
tiiing I i n g about the case except ex ept to say that it itnas ItWa ItWI
Wa nas now entirely m In the hands of Mr Mrlack lrM
M 1 lack wk L 1c and Mr Olcott Mr Olcott de delined deIjiled dond
Ijiled lined nd to make any statement statementfc statementAppearance statementAppearance
fc Appearance of Mrs Thaw Thawfe Thawwhereabo Thawwhereabouts
fe whereabouts ts of Mrs Thaw Th who whosafe whod whosared
d safe sared ared red from Madison Jradi on Square Garden Gardenn
m n 1 the th confusion that followed the trag tragedy tra traId tragremained ¬
edy Id remained rm 1ned a a mystery until this after afternoon aftert1fl ¬
noon t1fl m when accompanied by a1 a friend Miss MissMay MissMav MissMay
May McKinsey she arrived at the offices officesof officesDeIafleld
of I > S Delafield Longfellow on Wall street streetwhere streetwhere streetiere
where iere she remalrfed in consultation with withlier withllPr withr
lier r counsel for fo several hours hoursWhile hoursWhile hoursWhile
While there she be was served en ed with wlt a sub subruena ub ubT
ruena T T lena na requTf9igher re4Ult r attendance ttGnd nce before b Core the thegand thednd themd
gand dnd jury on Thursday Mrs rs Thaw wasr was MiShd
1 Mnd r hd in l plain brown bro wn automobile costume costumei21 costume1SI
1SI i21 1 i appeared ill and nervous and plainly plainlyTiage plainlyardly
31 ¼ ardly strong enough to walk from t the theTriage e eTiage
Triage Tiage to the door At the lawyers of ofV orr otk5
k5 k5Mrs V f Mrs Thaw was joined by Mr and and5rs andr4 antirs
5rs r4 rs George Carnegie said to be relatives relativesof
of her husband husbandMrs husbandllrs husbandMrs
Mrs Thaw was not seen to leave the thebuilding theb thebuilding
building b ildingWhleh which was closely watched by bylearned byleporters bynrters
leporters nrters and late in the afternoon It was was1earned W2ciried
learned that she and Miss 1t ss McKlasey t lnsey had hadft bad1n hadI
1n I ft the lawyers s of OffiCe fie on the e thirteenth thirteenthfloor t thirteenthr irteenth irteenthflttt
floor r crossed the therooCs roofs ofjtwo ot tWO wO adjacent adjacentfuHdings adjacent1uUdins adjacentlitldifl5
fuHdings 1uUdins and andenter entered a 1 wBKtow of the theCt theCity thetv
Ct City tv National bank building bu ldiDg in front of ofwhich othlh
which 1 hlh a carriage ca ge was waiting for them themWill themWill themWill
Will RJmain main Close at Hand HandMr HandS
S Mr r Delaflaltl Del Delaf fJ Id d declined to make any anystatement any8uttement mytatement
statement on t1 JJefta Ju J alr of ofcept Mrs Tbaw ex except oxcept
cept to say s y that she would not be spir ¬
f
ited away and would respond to any sum summons sumI summons suminons ¬ I
mons of the authorities authoritiesAssistant authoritiesAssistant authoritiesAssistant
Assistant District Attorney Attomc Nott who whohas whohas whohas
has charge of the prosecution said all allthe allthe allthe
the witnesses would be examined by b him himbut bimbut himbut
but that Mrs Thaws appearance at the tinsinquest theinquest theinquest
inquest would not be required It was wasunderstood wasunderstood as asunderstood
understood that this action was decided decidedon
on because Mrs Thaw could stand on her herright herright herright
right as a wife and refuse to testify testifyagainst testifyagainst testifyagainst
against her husband She will be required requirodto
to appear appearbefore before the grand jury however howeverMaking boweverMaking howeverMaking
Making an Investigation InvestigationThe
The district attorneys office is busily busilyengaged busilyengaged j jengaged
engaged in looking up Thaws ante antecedents antecedents antecedents ¬
cedents his mode of living I 1 ng reported dis dissipations dissipations ¬
sipations and indulgences with a view to toanalyzing toaaalyzing toanalyzing
analyzing their bearing on his mental mentalcondition mentaladltion mentalcnditlon i
condition adltion On this subject Mr Ir Nott said saidHe saidHe saidHe
He Is not insane now nor was he in insaae insaDe insane
saDe at the time he shot White WhiteAsked WhiteAsked WhiteAsked
Asked concerning the probable date of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trial Assistant District Attorney Nott Notts ott ottsaid
s said id
idI
I know of no reason why wh Thaw should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be tr treated ted any differently dlfferentl than an ordi ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
nary accused ufred murderer He will have haveto haveto haveto
to wait his turn to be tried in all proba probability probabilit probability ¬
bility bilit However Mr 3erome will be back backin backin backin
in town on Monday Iond y next and will decide decidethat deci decidethat e etbat
that
Grief Gri f of the Widow WidowUp WidowI
I Up p to tonight the district attorneys of office office offlee ¬
fice has received no communication from frommembers frommembCl frommembers
members of Mr Whites hites family famil Mrs MrsWhite MrsWhite MrsWhite
White came in this thi morning from her hersummer hersummer hersummer
summer home at St James Long Isl Island Island 1stand ¬
and accompanied aceomp nied by her sister Mrs MrsPrescott MrsPrescott errsPrescott
Prescott H Butler and went to the town townhouse t tOwnhouse v1l v1lMuse
house in Gramercy Park where she now nowIs DeWis newis
Is with her son Lawrence who came camedown camedown camedown
down from Harvard university yesterday yesterdayand
and parted with his father only onl an hour houror houror houror
or so before the tragedy tra y Mrs White is isr IsreHrted IsJeprtsd
pfrted r to be completely prostrated by byshook byshook byshook
shook and grief rief riefML eL eLJIr i iMe
Me White s body was removed to the thehouse thehouse Uhehouse
house thfe th tterweon tterweonThe tterueenThe fter t on onThe
The autopsy held today showed thai thaithree tIt8fthree tltathree
three bullets bad taken effeet one in inthe intbe inthe
the corner rftt rflerof of the left eye e e which w1c pene penetrated peneLrated penstrated ¬
trated the brain and was Instantly ffc ffctai ittal 1 1tal
tal and one in the upper lip knocking knockingout
out several teeth and striking the left leftshoulder leftshoulder
shoulder shoulderFuneral sbouk1erFuReral shoulderFuneral I
Funeral services serri s will be held at St Bar Barthotemews Bartho1 Bartholomews
thotemews tho1 mews church with Coadjutor Bish Bishop Blsbp Bishep ¬
op p Green officiating officiatingThaws officiatingThawtsAppctite officiatingThaws
Thaws ThawtsAppctite Appetite Good GoodThaws GoodThaws GoodThaws
Thaws bearing in the Tombs was a asource asource asource
source of much wonder to the wardens wardenswho wardenswho wardenswho
who hid him in charge While lle he ap appeared appearoo appeared ¬
peared to be in a sort of a daze and un unable unable unahie ¬
able to comprehend his position his ap appetite appEltite appetite ¬
petite was unimpaired for he disposed disposedof dlspo ed edof
of three substantial sub taltial meals during the aft afternoon a alternoon t ternoon ¬
ernoon and having dined at 6 oclock oclockwith oclockwith oclockwith
with every appearance of enjoyment he heremarked heTe herernake
Te remarked Jitked that he expected cted to spend a acomfortable acomfertable acomfortable
comfortable night nig nightDID t tDID j jDID
DID NOT KNOW WHITE WHITEMother WHITEMother WHITEMother
Mother of Mrs Harry K Thaw Ap Apprised Apprised Apprised ¬
prised of the Tragedy TragedyPittaburg TragedyPlttsburg TragedyPittsburg
Pittaburg June 26 6Mrs Mrs Charles J JHolman JHolman THolman
Holman mother of Mrs Harry Kendall KendallThaw KendallThaw KendallThaw
Thaw who lives Uvesat t Broojkline a suburb suburbof
of this citY was apprised today toda of the theshooting thehooting theshooting
shooting of Stanford White ite by Mr Thaw ThawShe TbawShe ThawShe
She said she did not know Stanford StanfordWhite StanfordWhite StanfordWhite
White the dead architect had in fact factnever factnever factnever
never heard of him himWilliam WmWiltlam himWilliam
William Thaw jr a a brother of Harry Harrycame Harrycame Harrycame
came from his home in Sewickley this tbJsmorning tbismorning thismorning
morning and left Jeftat at 10 oclock for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkAt YorkAt YorkAt
At the home of Mrs frs William Thaw Thawmother Thawmoth6l Thawmother
mother of Harry who sailed from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York last Saturday to spend the summer summerwith summerwith summerwith
with her daughter Alice the Countess of ofYarmouth ofYrmOu ofYarmouth
Yarmouth it was said that she would be bereached bereacbed bereached
reached as quickly as possible and noti notified notified not notlied ¬
fied of f the unfortunate affair It wasUkely waslikely was waslikely
likely It was said that she would take takethe takethe takethe
the first vessel for home homeMother homeMother homeMother
Mother Far From Well WellMrs WellMrs WellMrs
Mrs Thaw was not in the best of health healthwhen healthwhen healthwhen
when she left the city and it is expected expectedthe expectedthe xpectedthe
the news will have a serious effect on onher onber onher
her condition conditionUp conditionUx conditionTJil
Up until a comparatively short time ago agobut ag agbut agObut
but little had been seen of Harry Kendall KendallThaw KendallThaw KendallThaw
Thaw In Plttsburg for fo a number of yars yarsShortly Jar5Shortly yarsShortly
Shortly aftr his fathers death he went wentabroad wentabroad wentabroad
abroad and there made his residence r liv living living flytug ¬
ing most of the time in Paris After his hisreturn hisreturn hisreturn
return from Europe and his marriage he hepurchased bepurchased hepurchased
purchased a fln fine piece of property in inFifth inFifth InFifth
Fifth avenue and it was said that it was washis washis washis
his intention to put p t up a handsome home homeOne homeOne homeOne
One of the th reports current here today todaywas todaywas todaywas
was that Thaw had had some talk with withthe withthe withthe
the man killed relative to some of the thearchitectural tbearcbltectural thearchitectural
architectural features of the house houseTHAW bouseTHAW houseTHAW
THAW RESIDENCE ROBBED ROBBEDMurder ROBBEDMurder ROBBEDMurder
Murder Brings to Light an Occur Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence ¬
rence Suppressed by Police PolicePittsburg PolicePtttsburg PolicePittsburg
Pittsburg June 2S 2WhhIe fi While ile seeking in information information information ¬
formation of the Thaw family it was waslearned waslearned waslearned
learned tonight that the home of Mrs AirsWilliam MrsVllllam MrsWilliam
William Thaw mother motberof of Harry Thaw Thawwho Thawwho Thawwho
who is charged withthe with witthgjnurdQr h xaurder of Stan Stanford Stanford Stanford ¬
ford White WhlteJn In Newrork Newi New TYork fKlast last nfght was wasrobbed wasrobbed wasrobbed
robbed of o jewels and silver s ver plate within withinthe witblnthe withinthe
the past few weeks the value of which is issaid Issaid issaid
said to amount to S 65WO tOO The matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was reported to the police but because becauseof
of the prominence of the family the inci incident Incident mcdent ¬
dent was suppressed All the cities of the thecountry thecount thecountry
country count have been notified of the rob robbery robbery robbery ¬
bery and a description of the jewels has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been sent to the various police depart departments departments departmeats ¬
ments mentsDisclosures mentsDisclosures meatsDisclosures
Disclosures of Ute robebry were made madethrough madethrough madethrough
through a leak unconsciously dropped droppedby
by y on veiy v lY close to the family The Theexact Tbeeoract Theexact
exact time of the robbery is not known knownbet knownbut knownbet
bet it occurred while the Thaw family familywa familywatt
wa watt in the city cIt and nd although the police policeand pOliceand policeand
and detective forces of the city were im immediately immediately immediately ¬
mediately notified the matter has been beenkept beenkept beenkept
kept under cover until the present time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The jewels are sa4d to be some of rare rarevalue rarevalue rarevalue
value gathered gath red by b Mrs Irs William Thaw in inh Inher inher
h her r travelings ann Include IiCIUder Stfinga tln of ofpearls orpearls Ofpearls
pearls diamonds of rare value va ue and per perfe perfett perfedI
fe fett t color and silver plate that was con convenient convenient eonySnient ¬
venient for the Obbers to take away awayHeavier awa awaH awayHeavier
Heavier H Rer pieces or plate of cumbersome cumbersomebalk cumbersomebalk cumbersomebeik
balk were left behind behindThe behiudThe behindThe
The PittsburgPost Plttsburg Pest tomorrow will say sayof sayof
of 0 the robbery robberQpntiJ1le99n robberyQpntIepfiea
QpntiJ1le99n pas 2
I ImpJied I
VANISHED WITH WITHEACHROLL i
EACH EACHROLL ROLL CALL CALliQuorum CALLQuorum I
Quorum in the Senate Was WasLacking Waslacking WasLacking
Lacking Every Time Vote VoteWas VoteWas i
Was Taken TakenWashington TakenWashington j jWasblngtoD
Washington June 31 I8enttor Senator LaFol LaFoltetie LaFoltte LaFolJtte
tetie tte made a determined effort hi the thesenate thesptate thespase
sptate senate today t ay t t1I secure S8CUrecOftSlderatio consideration of the thebin thebftl j jbill
bill Mmltinj Jlml flmIungte ngte io sIxteen sl t Hours the time timeduring timeduriztg timeduring
during which wk dh rsiiraadi r ihaad d wniriayos connected connectedwiththa iWnnactedwltbtha epnnectedwlththeopgation
withtha wlththeopgation operation of 0 trains may be kept keptOR kepton I IOft
OR duty dutyThele There w wa was a no n smilldegreeo 9m ni3Zdogrecfapposition iJldogrec f fapposition 1 1Apposition
apposition UUinit manifested 8ted wfeen w wen ea the hip was wascalled waseJ1ed wascalled
called up and en a viva vlY voce Vote the themotion themotiOn themotion
motion was declared lost A Aronedl roHcsii was wasthen wastllen wasthen
then ordered The result was 29 to t li lione iione I IORe
one less than a quorum A series of quo quorum quoruin quoruM ¬
rum ruin caljs alternating with votes followed followedeach ft ftillowedeach > > lIowedeaeh
each of the former developing the pres presence presence prosonce ¬
ence and each e ch of the latter the absence absenceof
of a quorum quorumMeasure quorumMeasure quorumMeasure
Measure Taken Up UpFinally UpFinally UpFinally
Finally enough enou h votes were secured and andtbe andthe i ithe
the motion to take up the bill was wnseCar wnseCarried washarned car i irled
ned 96 to 11 Senator McCumber spoke spokein
in opposition to the measure saying that thatit thatit thatit
it would be impracticable of application applicationon
on the long runs across the western plains plainswhere plainswhere plainswhere
where delays are frequent and runs long longSenator longSenator longSenator
Senator Warren said he had heard no nocomplaint nocomplalnt nocomplaint
complaint about the length of hours in his hispart hispart hispart
part of the country He also criticised criticisedthe criticiscdthe criticisedthe
the bill as imperfect imperfectSenator ImperfectSenator imperfectSenator
Senator Bailey supported the bill but butsaid butsaid butsaid
said that in the Interest of public safety safetythe safetythe safetythe
the limit of time of continuous work workshould workshouJd workshould
should be reduced to twelve hours hoursForaker hoursForaker hoursForaker
Foraker Finds Fault FaultSenator FaultSenator FaultSenator
Senator Foraker found fault with the theprovision theprovision theprovision
provision prohibiting men returning to towork toWork towork
work after having had less than ten hours hoursrest boursrest hoursrest
rest saying the emergencies might fre frequently frequently Irequently ¬
quently arise in which it would be desir desirable desirable desirable ¬
able to all concerned to have the rest resttime resttime resttime
time diminished He also said the rail railroads ralIroadfS railroads ¬
roads are as much interested as the pub public Plblie publie ¬
lie in keeping their employes In good con condition condition condition ¬
dition which could not be accomplished if ifthey Ifthey ifthey
they worked overtime He thought that thatemployes thatemployes thatemployes
employes securing by deception far more morethan morethan morethan
than the regular time should be penalized penalizedand penalizedand penalizedand
and offered an amendment providing a afiae afine afine
fine of not more than 1000 1000The 1000The j jThe
The bill was still under consideration consideratIonwben considerationwhen j jwhen
when at 4 p m the senate went into intoexecutive intoexecutive intoexecutive
executive session sessionPLAN sessionPLAN sessionPLAN
PLAN PARTIALLY P ARTIAtl Y FAILED FAILEDIdaho
Idaho Wool Growers Cannot Dispose Disposeof
of Their Clip in One OneBatch OneBatch OneBatch
Batch BatchSpecial BatchSDCiCiaI BatchSpecial
Special to The Herald Her3dBoise HeraldBoise j jBoise
Boise Ida June 26 GThe The effort by the theIdaho theIdaho j
Idaho Wool Growers association to make makearrangements makcarrangements makearrangements
arrangements for consigning the wool clip clipseems clipseems clipseems
seems to have been a partial failure failureFred failureFred failureFred
Fred W Gooding president of the asso association association assoelation ¬
ciation went to Boston to make the neces necessary necessaI3arrangements fleeceSal ¬
sary saI3arrangements Sal arrangements He has returned returnedwjthout returnedthout returnedwithout
without thout having fully accomplished his hispurpose hispurpose hispurpose
purpose He has not been to Boise since sincegetting sincegetting sincegetting
getting back b ek but It appears he met with withconcerted withconcerted withconcerted
concerted refusal on the part of the Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton banks to advance ad ance the necessary mon money money money ¬
ey for movement of > f the entire clip
Some money was secured and a a portion portionof
of the wool can be shipped but but as a mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of fact It is understood there can canbe canbe canbe
be no such general Consignings Onslgnin s as had hadbeen hadbeen i ibeen
been planned It is the understanding understandingthat
that the banks acted on suggestion from fromserious fromthe fromthe
the wool dealers these consIdering It a aserious aserious
serious menace to their th r business for such sucha
a step to be taken by producers producersBEHIND producersBEHIND producersBEHIND
BEHIND IN THEIR WORK WORKContractors WQRKContractors WORKContractors
Contractors on BoisePayette BOiiePayette Project ProjectWill ProjectWill ProjectWill
Will Have to Austle AustleSpecial AustleSpecial Au5tiSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWshington HeraldWashington
Washington D C June 25 26BecauSb Becausfe of ofdelays ofdelays ofdelays
delays in securing laborers and delivery of ofmachinery otmachinery ofmachinery
machinery work on the BoisePayette BoisePayetteIrrigation BoisePayctteirrigation BoisePayetteIrrigation
Irrigation project Idaho has fallen be ¬
hind To complete construction In con ¬
tract time it will be necessary for the themen themen themen
men to work workmore more than eight hours Sec Secretary SecretarY 5ccretarv ¬
retary HItchcock today declared that ex extraordinary extraordinary cxtraorlinary ¬
traordinary emergency exists on this work workand workand workand
and the reclamation engineers have been
instructed thtit they and all workmen em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by b the government can work more morethan moretban morethan
than eight hours bo rs a 8 day While the gov government government goveminent ¬
ernment cannot require contractors to ex exceed exceed cxceed ¬
ceed the eighthour limit the secretarys secretarysaction secretarysaction secretarysaction
action indirectly notifies them that If they thcywork the thework theywork
work their men more than eight hours hoursthey hoursthey hoursthey
they will be protected under the eight eighthour elghthour eighthour
hour law The effect probably will be bethat bethat bethat
that all workmen will w l put in long days daysin daysin
in order to complete the project in con contract contract contract ¬
tract time
PRHISTO PRHISTOECRUCS IC RELICS fOUND IN MONTANA MONTANA MONTANAButte
Butte Mont Juc Ju 26 iR R B Strong who is working a mine near Anai Anaiconda Ana Anaond Anaonda
conda ond Mont today brought into that city eit a knife of stone sto carved with
heads of anhMJe urfeartlied rthed sixtyfive feet from the mouth of a tunnel driven
into a hill 38 fe f feot t wni m the peak Mr Strong also found near the knife a
huge stone in tile j1rthed sftape pe of an altar and 11 nd believed to have been the sacrificial sacrificialstone sacrIficialstone sacrificialstone
stone of a prehisarJe preh prehls4o people A peculiar nauseating odor unlike anything
encountered in nunal 1I nd in Montana ontana leads Mr Strong Stro to believe that further furtheralong furtheralong furtheralong
along his w workingae rki will encounter en < ounter either mummies or 01 a charnel house The
knife will be 0 s se sent nt to the he Smithsonian institution at a WashingtonLocal WashingtonLocal Washington WashingtonLocal
Local archaeoidttiets arcba s believe that Mr Strong has stumbled upon the an ancient ancient andent ¬
cient burying groom grot 1 of those tt ose vanished races niC S wiiose 108e traces races are seen in insouthern insouthern insouthern
southern Colorado in if Wyoming and in western Nebraska and to study studywhose studywbose studywhose
whose forts and burled cities an expedition from the University of Nebraska is issoon issoon issoon
soon to leave for fo Wyoming
CONGRESS MUST MUSTCOMPLETE
COMPLEfEWORK COMPLEfEWORKHouse COMPLETE WLTRK WLTRKHouse
House Leaders Determined Not Notto Notto Notto
to Allow the Slaughter of ofCertain ofCertain ofCertain
Certain Bills BillsWashington BillsWnshi BillsWashington
Washington Wnshi June J e 38 ICongre Congress will stay stayin stayin stayin
in session until its work Is finished This Thisis Thlis ThisIs
is the dictum of Speaker Cannon and his hislieutenants hisJieutenants hislieutenants
lieutenants and nd is being emphasized at atthis atthi atthis
this thi time to counteract eGUnteract any impression impressionthat impressionthat impressionthat
that the pure food bill at least might go goover goover goover
over until the next session sessionThere sessionThere sessionThere
There is also trouble on the meat inspec inspection Inspection Inspeclion ¬
tion bill and the tieup on the railroad railroadrate railroadrate railroadrate
rate bill indicates delay The immigra immigration immigration immigration ¬
tion bill is also In conference as a are sev several scveral sevcml ¬
eral of the appropriation bills billsAll billsAU billsAll
All of thees things must be worked out outwithout outwithout outwithout
without any date of adjournment being beingset beingse beingset
set se according to the decision of the house houseleaders houseleaders houseleaders
leaders When the work is done an ad adjournment adjournment adjournment ¬
journment resolution will m be forthcoming forthcomingin
in short order orderWhile orderWhile orderWhile
While the situation today to ay spells delay delayuntil delayuntil delayuntil
until next week the work on the floor is isprogressing isprogressing isprogressing
progressing Members say there is no noneed 110need noneed
need of prolonging the session beyond beyondFriday beondFriday beyondFriday
Friday if the conferees make up their theirminds theirminds theirminds
minds that the work must be done or that thatagreements thatagreements thatagreements
agreements which hich will meet all demands demandscan
can be arranged arraD ed on all matters before beforethat beforethat beforethat
that time and that if the idea of prolong prolonging prolongIng prolonging ¬
ing the session for the purpose of killing killtngcertain killingcertain killingcertain
certain bills Is abandoned this week will willsee willsee willsee
see the end endOfficials endWHOLE endWIIOIE
WHOLE AFFAIR AFFAIRIILOYS BLOWS OVER OVEROfficials DYEROfficials
Officials in Salt SaitLake Lake Postoffice Will WillNot WillNot WillNot
Not lose Their TheirHeads TheirReads TheirKeads
Heads Headsf ReadsSpecial KeadsSpecial
+ f Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWShington HeraldWashington +
+ Washington D C June 26 26Actlon 26Actlonmay Action + f ff
+ f may be looked for within a few days dRYSupon 4 4upon 4 4upon
+ + upon the Salt Lake City postoffice postofficefIK postofficeinvestigation +
IK 4 investigation First Assistant Post Postmaster +
4 4 master General Hitchcock has re ret recently +
+ 4 cently been in consultation with In Inspector 4 f
t 4 4 spector Keene who made the exam examination examInatlon Um Uminatlon
+ inatlon and will shortly be prepared preparedto
+ 4 4 to act It is believed that the earlier earlierrecommendations + +
+ 4 recommendations of Inspector Keene Keenethat Keenethat +
4 + that some officials In the Salt Lake LakeCity 4 4City f
4 + City office should be removed will be bemodified 4
4 + modified and that beyond some re reductions 4
4 + 1 ductions iIi rank and reprimands reprimandspunishments i 4
+ 4 punishments will be light The post postoffice postoffice
4 + office department te I convinced that thatthe 4 4the f fi
+ the troubles in the Salt Lake City of
+ 4 flee have been magnifIed from orl in interested
4 terested motives and Is Inclined to togive
i + 4 give the postoffice officials and em employes 4 +
4 + 4 ployes further opportunity to redeem redeetthemselves redeemthemselves 4 +
4 + themselves themselvest 4 4PULAJANES + f fPULAJANES
t t t t t tt t t I I I I I t t t t t tPULAJANES
PULAJANES GIVE UP UPManila UPMan1
4 + Manila Man1 June 26 2The The Pulajane lead leaders 4 4L +
4 L ers Quientin and Adva have surren 3urreni surrena 4 4constabulary +
a dered to Governor Osmena and the theconstabulary +
3 constabulary These were the last lastof lastot lasth +
i h of the men arrayed against the theAmericans theAmericans
t trifles
4 Americans on the island of Cebu The Therifles
4 + rifles fIes and ammunition of the mem members 4 4
+ 4 bern of their bands were also sur surrendcred surrendered +
4 + rendered renderedNOMINATED rendcredNOMINATED renderedNOMINATED +
e
NOMINATED FOR CONGRESS CONGRESSEmporia CONGRESSEmporfa CONGRESSEmporla
Emporia Kan June M 26The The Democrats Democratsof
of the Fourth congressional district today todaynominated todaynominated todaynominated
nominated John Wesley Moore of ofllarion ofllarionas Marion Marionas
as candidate for congress from the dis district district dlstrict ¬
trict on the Democratic ticket Moore Moorowill Moorew1Il Moorewill
will run as a tariff reform Republican RepublicanFirst RepublicanFirst RepublicanFirst
First Maine district districtAmos Amos B Allen Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican renominated James C Hamlin HamllnDemocrat HamlinDemocrat HamlinDemocrat
Democrat DemocratSecond DemocratSecond DemocratSecond
Second Maine district districtCharl Charles S E Little Littlefield Littlefield Littlefield
field Republican renominated renomlnatedThird renominatedThIrd renominatedThird
Third Maine district dlstrlctLlewelln Llewellyn Powers PowersRepublican PowcrsRepublican PowersRepublican
Republican renominated
BOUTEll TRIES TRIESETU
TO BE HUMORnHS HUMORnHSIllinois
Illinois Senator Wears Cap and andBells andBells nd ndBells
Bells at Night Session Sessionof
of House HouseWashington Houserubia HouseWashington
Washington rubia tOR June 36 The house to tonight tonitht tonight ¬
night in a session lasting three hours hourswas hoursoccupietl hourswas
was occupied with speeches on a a variety varietyof varletJoC
of political subjects although the pend pending pending pending ¬
ing measure was the bill to simplify the thelaws theJaws thelaws
laws in relation to the collection of the therevenue therevenue therevenue
revenue Mr Boutell of Illinois replied repliedto
to the speeches of Messrs Rainey an anWilliams amViIIlams anWilliams
Williams on the watch trust Mr M Bou Boutell BouteU Boutell ¬
tell spoke in a humorous vein referring referringto I
to the subject as a great drama to towhich towhich towhich
which he gave the title Government by byadvertisement byadvertisement byadvertisement
advertisement or who gets sold most in inthe inthe inthe
the watch trade Mr Boutell referred referredto
to Mr Williams position lioll regarding the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff on watches and said that Mr MrRainey llrRainey MrRainey
Rainey standing like Teneriffe smote smotehim smotehim smotehim
him Williams with his eyes Mr Ir Bop Boutell Boptell Boptell ¬
tell humorously pictured what he termed termedthe termedthe termedthe
the different acts and drew on Shakes Shakespeare Shakespeare Shakespeare ¬
peare to Hustrate lIu trate his point and con convulsed convulsed convused ¬
vulsed the house and galleries with pa paraphrases paraphrases paraphrases ¬
raphrases of well known street car ad advertisements advertisements advertisements ¬
vertisements He referred to SunnyJack Sunny SunnyJack SunnyJck
Jack the statemans breakfast food foodone foodone foodone
one meal of which he said will make a aDemocratic aDemocratic aDemocratic
Democratic congressman con es man feel so buoyant buoyantand buoyantand buoyantand
and gay that he can contemplate the all allpervading al1pervading allpervading
pervading prosperity of his country with withequaniminity withequanlmlnlty withequanlminlty
equaniminity Roast em which he hesaid besaid hesaId
said cools the blood soothes the nerves nerveswarms nerveswarms nerves5 nerves5warms
warms the feet he prescribed for those thosewhose thosewhose
whose nights are made miserable by
frightful visions of avaricious trusts trustsglaring trustsglaring trustsglaring
glaring at them out of the darkness at atthe atthe
the foot of the bed bedMr bedMr bedMr I
Mr Payne sought to prevent Mr Wil Williams Williams Wilhams ¬
liams from replying by b suggesting that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Democrats had occupied thirtyfive thirtyfiveminutes thirtfheminutes thirtyfiveminutes
minutes more than the Republicans Mr MrWilliams MrWilliams MrWilliams
Williams replied to Mr Payne and Mr MrDalzell 1frDalzell MrDalzehl
Dalzell called for the regular order as the thedisputants thedisputants thedisputants
disputants glared at each other across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the aisle aisleWhy aisleWhy
Why didnt you ou call the gentleman gentlemanfrom gentlemanfrom gentlemanfrom
from New York to order howling like a awild awUd awild
wild demon around here called Mr MrWilliams lIrWilliams MrWilliams
Williams WilliamsThis WilliamsThis WilliamsThis
This evoked applause from the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrate ¬
crats cratsMr cratsMr crateMr
Mr Deamond of Missouri discussed discussedgovernment discussedgovernment discussedgovernment
government by injunction and asked askedwhere askedere askedwhere
where ere the invoking of the writ of injunc injunction injunction Injunction ¬
tion is going to stop The house adjourned adjournedat
at 11 p m until tomorrow tomorrowWORK tomorrowWORK
0 0WORK
WORK TIED TI ED UP UPSpecial UPSpecial UPSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Ida June 26 SL L C Vanriper Vanriperhas
has the construction work on the P I IN IN IN
N road tied up by an attachment attachm nt taken takenout takenout takenout
out in connection with the suit brought broughtin
in the name of the Idaho Construction Constructioncompany Constructioncompany Constructioncompany
company against the railway ranwa company It Itis Itis Itis
is not thought the tieup will continue continuelong continuelong continuelong
long but for the present everything Is Isstopped Isstopped isstopped
stopped all the construction material be being being belug ¬
ing under attachment Bond will be giv given given given ¬
en and the attachment released permit permitting permittlng permitling ¬
ting the company to continue work workDOWIE workDOWIE workDOWIE
DOWIE OUT OF HIS HEAD HEADChicago HEADChicago HEADChicago
Chicago June 38 CMiss Miss Elizabeth Mc McGlennan MeGlennau McGlennan
Glennan a nurse who accompanied John JohnAlexander JohnAlexande JohnAlexander
Alexander Dowie to Mexico and Jamaica Jamaicatestified Jamaicatestified Jamaica5testified
testified today in the hearing before Judge JudgeLandis JudgeLandis JudgeLandis
Landis to determine the ownership > of ofZion ofZion ofZion
Zion City properties that DowJe during duringthat duringthat duringthat
that trip was delirious a greater part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the time While bUe in Jamaica she declared declaredho
ho was continually under the impression impressionthat improssiothat
that the emperor of Germany was coming comingto
to visit islt him and at times sent the wit witness witness witness ¬
ness to the port to watch for the imperial imperialfleet ImperiaIfleet Imperialfleet
fleet
r t tMINERS IMINERS
MINERS FINED 10 EACH EACHSt
St Louis June 86 iAt At a meeting today toda todaof
of the th United Mine Workers Association Associationof SBoci tion tionof
of Illinois fines of tt each were assessed assessedagainst assesse assessea assessedagainst
against a inst 40Q 4 miners employed emt Ioyed in a mine minenear minenear minenear
near Collinsville 111 for violating the thearbitration thearbitration thearbitration
arbitration agreement with 1th their employ employers ¬
ers r
HIRAM I BOOTH BOOTHIS
IS CONFIRMED CONFIRMEDMotion
Motion to Reconsider May Be BeMade BeMade BeMade
Made at the Next Exec Executive Executive Executive ¬
utive Session SessionDUBOiS SessionDUBOIS SessionDUBOIS
DUBOiS ALSO LOSES FIGHT FIGHTHOWELL FIGHTHOWELL FIGHTHOWELL
HOWELL BOTHERED ABOUT ABOUTBILL ABOUTBILL ABOUTBILL
BILL GLASMANN GLASMANNSpecial GLASMANNSpecial GLASMANNSpecial
Special to The Th Herald HeraldWashington HeralWashington HeraldWashington
Washington June 23 2 26In In executive see session se sesion seesion ¬
sion this evening the senate confirmed tho thonomination thonomination thenomination
nomination of o HJram E Booth as United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States attorney for Utah and Prancjff Franc M MWinters MeWinters MWinters
Winters as postmaster at Montpelier Ida IdaWhile IdaiIe IdaWhile
While iIe Booth has advanced one more morestep morestep morestep
step towards receiving his commission commissionthe
the matter possibly is not entirely set settled settled settied ¬
tled as a motion motion5te to reconsider may be beoffered beoffered beoffered
offered at the next executive session If Ifsuch Ifsuch Ifsuch
such a motion is presented It will be of offered offered offered ¬
fered by Senator nator Bailey who was not notBooth notpresent notpresent
present in executive session tOdlJ when whenBooth whoaBooth
Booth was confirmed and who expressed expressedmuch expressedmuch expressedmuch
much surprise when informed that Booths Boothsnomination Boothsnomination Boothsnomination
nomination had been acted upon A mo motion motion metion ¬
tion to reconsider would only tie up the thenomination thenomination thenomination
nomination two days but this would wouldbring wouldbring wouldbring
bring Booth perilously near to the end endof endof endof
of the session without actual and final finalconfirmation finalconfirmation finalconfirmation
confirmation confirmationDubois confirmationDubois confirmationDubois
Dubois Also Absent AbsentThe AbsentThe AbsentThe
The nomination of Winters as post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master at Montpelier has been tried up upIn
in In the SCnate several months at the th in instance instance Instance ¬
stance of Senator Dubois through whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the residents of Montpelier protested protestedagainst protestedagainst protestedagainst
against Winters on account of his of official official offidel ¬
ficial connection with tIle Mormon church churchSenator churchSenator churchSenator
Senator Dubois J who has been absent absentfrom ab absentfrom ent enti
i from the senate several veral days was not notpresent notI notpresent
I present firmed today when Winters was con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
Protests Pouring In InRepresentative InRepresentative InRepresentative
Representative Howell is still in a aquandary aQuandary aquandary
quandary over the Ogden postmastership postmastershipRecently postmastershipRecently
Recently his mail has been swollen with withletters withletters withletters
letters of o protest and warnings against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the appointment of Glasmann All de details details details ¬
tails and official papers in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with recent suits brought against Glas Glasmann Glasmann Glasmann ¬
mann for criminal libel have been for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬
warded to Howell He has enough Glas Glasmann Glasmann Ginsmann ¬
mann material or hand to publish a ahistory ahistOI ahistory
history histOI of his life None one of these charges chargesand chargesand chargessnd
and protests have been formally sent to tothe tothe j jthe
the president or the postmaster general generalso
so far as could be learned today toda but all allmembers allmembers allmembers
members of the Utah delegation d egatlon have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been well supplied Mr fr Howell will reach reacha
a conclusion conclu on in the matter soon but not notsoon notsoon notsoon
soon enough to secure confirmation at atthis atthis i ithis
this session of congress of his choice choiceCteus cboiceI choiceFAITH
I I IFAITH
FAITH IN SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOri
Claus Spreckels Sprec els Believes J3e ev s His Bi I HomeGity KomeCity Home I IOlty
City Will Become ecome Greater GreaterThan GreaterTitan I IThan
Than Ever EverChicago EverChicago EverChicago
Chicago June 2 2SSan San Francisco will willsoon wiIIsoon wihisoon
soon be greater Frisco In deed d ed as wel welas wellas welas
as in name Things have settled them themselves themsehes themselves ¬
selves since our terrible disaster capital capitalists capitalists capitalists ¬
ists are putting their money into rebuild rebuilding rebuildhig rebuildin ¬
ing in and enlarging and In beautifying and andthe andthe j
the people generally are exercising a great greatdegree greatdegree greatdegree
degree of confidence in the citys future futureprosperity futureprosperity futureprosperity
prosperity prosperityClaus prosperityClaus prosperityClaus
Claus Spreckels of San Francisco who whowith whowIth whowith
with his wife was in Chicago today thus thusexpressed t11USexpressed tItusexpressed
expressed himself in discussing the fu fufuture fufuture fufuture
future of his home city All financial financialinterests financialinterests financialinterests
interests he said although he spoke spokepeclaII spokepecially es especially ¬
pecially for the sugar interests are firm 111 111the Jothe HI HIthe
the belief that San Francisco will be become become become ¬
come the largest and most important port portWhen portof portof
of entry in the western hemisphere hemisphereThen hemisphereWhen
When Then our Oriental trade already large largehas JargelIas largehas
has become still larger and when new newmodern newmodern newmodern
modern buildings have sprung up out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ruins as they surely will Frisco will willbe wUlbe willbe
be a greater city in all ways he said saidMr saidIr saidMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Spreckels are en route to toNew toNew toNew
New York and may decide to go to Lon London London London ¬
don before they return to the west westIYI westLYING westIYINt
IYI LYING AT POINT OF DEATH DEATHi DEATHDisaster DEATHDisaster DEATHDisaster i
Disaster Follows Attempt of Salt Saltlake SaltLake SaltLake
lake lad to See Something Somethingof
of the World WorldSpecial W WorldSpecial orId orIdSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPortland HeraldPortland HeraldPortland
Portland Or June 26 26Don Don Jensen aged
16 of Salt Lake may lose his life as the theresult thoresult theresult
result of carrying out his desire to see seethe seethe seethe
the world He is almost at the point of ofdeath ofdenth ofdeath
death at the Good Samaritan hospital re recovering recovering recovering ¬
covering from an operation for appendi appendicitis appendicitis appendicltls ¬
citis while an anxious mother called here hereby hereb hereby
by b wire from home Is nursing him The Thelad Thelad Thelad
lad with a companion n of about the same sameage samcage sameage
age ran away from Salt Lake several severalweeks severalweeks severalweeks
weeks ago and arrived at Troutdale this thisstate thisstate thisstate
state last week half starved and ex exhausted exhausted cxhaunted ¬
hausted Jensen was taken suddenly sudden III illand IIIand IIIand
and sent his companion in search of a adoctor adoctor adoctor
doctor after suffering a whole day da In n si silence silence sllence ¬
lence Dr W C Belt realizing the boys boysdangerous boysdangerous boysdangerous
dangerous condition immediately wired wiredhis wiredhis wiredhis
his mother and took the lad to a local localhospital localhospital localhospital
hospital where an operation was per performed performed performed ¬
formed a few days ago He Is now in a amost amost amost
most critical condition with the th chances chancesfor chancesfor chancesfor
for recovery against him himWESTERN himWESTERN himWESTERN
WESTERN STOCKMEN STOCKMENGET STOCKMENGET STOCKMENGET
GET TIME EXTENDED EXTENDEDSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C June 26 GWestern 2gWesternstockmen GWesternstockmen Western Westernstockmen
stockmen secured a substantial victory
in the house today in the passage of the theHepburn theHepburn I
Hepburn bill permitting shippers of live livestock livestock I Istock
stock to have the time extended e tended from fromtwentyeight fromtwentyeight fromtwentyeight
twentyeight to thirtysix hours in which whichstock whichstock whichstock
stock may be kept in continuous transit transitwhen transitwhen transitwhen
when found expedient and necessary to so soextend soextend soextend
extend the time The bill was passed J > Rsd in inthe inthe Inthe
the senate June 12 through the efforts of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Warren who was opposed by bySenators b bSenators bySenators
Senators Lodge Spooner and other east eastern eastern eastera ¬
ern members The house today adopted adoptedthe adoptedthe adoptedthe
the senate bill without amendment and andIt andit
It now goes to the president for signa signature signature signature ¬
ture
0 0OBJECT
OBJECT TO REDUCTION REDUCTIONRock
Rock Island and andSanta Santa Fe F Officials OfficialsProtest OfficialsProtest OfficialsProtest
Protest to Stickney StickneySt
St Paul June 25 2 2A A delegation of offi officials officials offdais ¬
cials of the RockIsland Rock Island and Santa lte lteroads Feroads e eroads
roads who In reality represented a num numbfir numbpr number
bfir of western fines operating between betweenChicago betweenChicago betweenChicago
Chicago and the Missouri river called on onPresident onPresident onPresident
President A B Stickney of the Great GreatWestern GreatWestern GreatWestern
Western at his office today urging him himto himto himto
to withdraw what the called call a reduction reductionin
in the grain rates ratesMr ratesIr ratesMr
Mr Ir Stickney St ckne3 refused to recede from the theposition theposition titoposition
position he took last week when he or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered the elevator rebate dispontinusd
TWO BRAKEMEN BRAKEMENBLOWN BRAKEMENBLOWN
BLOWN TO ATOMS ATOMSFreight
Freight Car Loaded With Dyna Dynamite Dynamite Dynamite ¬
mite Jumps the Track on onSierra onSierra onSierra
Sierra Railway RailwayEXPLOSION RailwayEXPLOSION RailwayEXPLOSION
EXPLOSION IS TERRIFIC TERRIFICSHOCK TERRIFICSHOCK TERRIFiCSHOCK
SHOCK FELT fELT AT STOCKTON SIX SIXTY SIXTY SIXTV ¬
TY MILES AWAY AWAYAagtiis AWAYA AWAYAngela
Angela A Cal June XTIM 3C The over overturning overt1Iputng overthruing ¬
turning of a freight car of a a train tmln run running running ¬
ning ning on the Sierra railway between James Jamestown Jameston Jamestown ¬
town and Angels this afternoon at lao laoexploded 1 1exploded li liexploded
exploded one and a half tons of dynamite dynamiteand d dnamIteand namite namiteand
and killed two brakemen on the train trainnamed tral11named tralitnamed
named Hoagland and Brown The con conductor eonductor conduetor ¬
ductor named Hawkins was injured an anti antia l la
a passenger E A Roberts of Sawsalito Sawsalitowas
was 58verel severely hurt but will recover Hong
lands body was badly b dJy mutilated InuUlat d and but
a few small pieces of Browns body were
recovered so o terrible was the th shock shockCar shockCar shockCar
Car Jumped the Track TrackThe TrackThe TrackThe
The explosion explo lon was caused caus d by b the car C8
carrying dynamite jumping the track
when CODling up out ot the great canyon
2 of the Stanislaus river at a curve In n th
road i about six miles from this place Th ThA
car SLf8 was turedJ turedJcompletely turned completely over and th
impact exploded the dynamite That car
was completely destroyed and parts of tha
wheels were thrown one and a half mllej mUE
from the scene and landed on Bear moun ¬
tain tam On two of the five cars of the trait
were two traction engines coming here for
l the e Union Lnl ° n Construction company On OnenSnes
of the engines was not badly damaged
but the other was blown into pieces and
scattered so It cannot be located A piec
of the engine a stringer strln r eight by ten and
fourteen feetlong feet long was thrown a distance distanceof
of half a mile and struck the ground at
the Jones mine mineShock mineShock mineShock
Shock Felt Miles M Hes Away Awayi08111 AwayThe AwayThe
The CX explonjon i08111 lo8Ion wrecked the chlorination
rSfLtLthe works Orks at the Jones ime mine and although the
SSlPf explo explosion ioo ufaf was heard here no Damage was W8
done in this town Word comes from Mil M1Itr
ton twentyone miles west of Angels
that tr 3B 3Bshockw8 the shockw8 shock Wa was felt thereand there and win
dow glass gl was broken in the village but
strange ste to say sy the railroad rairoad vilage track wa
hardly hrdl3 damaged damage by the great geat force of waR the
explosion explosionfc61011 exploon exploonA explosionA
A fc61011 report was wa brought brught here that
possibly pobly a second snd passenger might have
Pseger
been ben killed kie in the tb wreck wrek and search sech was wa
a
made for another
fo ather victim victm but bt railroad men
rirOd
say sy only oly th t the two brakemen brkemo were killed killedThought kUed kUedThoght killedThought
Thought It an Earthquake EarthquakeTwo Earhquake EarhquakeTwo
Two wheels wheel of one of the five cars in i
fve
the t freight feght train tn were found OR 01 the cs rail ¬
road rCd track tk a a half h mile this tis side of ral the thewreck thpwrek thewreck
wreck wrek The Te explosion was wa felt se as a far faraway farawy faraway
away awy as a Stockton Stet epo sixty st mites mil mil s where < it itwas itw itwas
w was beMeyed be t that another oer earthquake eerthak had hadBb hadebe
Bb ebe wjt m > lb the t eotrarry eU 4 but t tb tl the force to or orthe
the shock sho seemed sme to travel down do stream
il In tHe t the e deep dee ce csnjren ° r sd aR tve di dW not com cme sm over overGREAT
tN t hl 11W t to Angd AngdREA1 g n
I e I IGREAT
GREAT PEOPLE PEOPtEDYER HERTO HERTOMr OVER THERE THEREM TIIEREMr
Mr M and Mrs Ms Nick NickLongworth longworth Longorh Re Recipients Recipient Recipients ¬
cipients cipient of JTuch uch Atten Attention Atn Atnton Attention ¬
tion ton in i Europe EuropeKiet EuopeKie
Kiet Kie June Jun 28 SCongeman Congressman Longworth Longworthand Longorth LongorthalIr
and alIr Mrs Longworth left Kiel this
let Iel thi even evening evenIng evenIng ¬
ing for London They will wH be present preent at atthe atthe atthe
the ball bl to be given at the American
gven a AmeriCf em embassy embaS cutbassy ¬
bassy baS tomorrow tomoow evening and ad at the draw drawingroom drawingrom draw1mgroom ¬
ingroom ingrom at Buckingham Bucingham palace paace on Thurs Thursday Tur Turda Thursday ¬
day da Mr r Longworth Longortb desired d lre that their theirvisit theirvisit
visit visi to Kiel should shuld be b regarded regrde simph simphas
as part of their wedding trip They The are
most mt pleased plese with wih all al the courtesies cortees shown
them and found the
an emperor very kind kindcheerful kindcherful kindcheerful
cheerful cherful attentive atentve and complimentary compUmentr to
America Amera He sent set messages mege to President
Roosevelt Roolvelt Prince August Augst fourth forth son so of ot
the emperor who was Mrs Mr LongwortiVs
table companion at the dinner Longortl Sunday Suny on
the Hamburg Hambur today sent her his hi photo photograph phoo photograph ¬
graph h which is autographed autographedThe autoaphed autoaphedTe
The emperor mentioned to
Te mentone members of r
his suite suie his pleasure plesureover pleasureover over the opportunitv
he had to talk tak with the daughter opportnnt and andsoninlaw andsnInlaw andsoninlaw
soninlaw snInlaw of President PeIdent Roosevelt Rosevel and andexpressed andexpred andexpressed
expressed expred the hope that they the would wold take
tka
home agreeable ageeble impressions impresion of Germany Gnn GermanyAbout
About but 500 5 persons pens assembled aembd at the rail railroad ri railroad ¬
road rod station staton to see Mr and Mrs M Long Longworth Ln Lnwoh Longworth
worth woh off The crowd gave them tlme tlmecheers threcer thrcecheers
cheers cer as the th train trin pulled puled out outGROUND outS outGROUND
S I S SGROUND
GROUND TO PIECES PIECESBodies PIECESBodies PIECESBodies
Bodies of Murdered Negroes Placed Placedon
on Railroad Rairoad Track TrackMuskogee TrackMukoge TrackMuskogee
Muskogee Mukoge L LT I T June 26 2MJtken 26Mistaken Mistaken for foran foran foran
an ash ab heap bep by the engineer engqee three un unknown unknown Unknown ¬
known negroes negroe were run over ove by a a Mis Missouri Missouri n nsouri ¬
souri Kansas Kans Texas Teas southbound soutbound train
today at Welch Welch I T near the Kansas Ksas
line lne and ground gund to pieces piec Fragments Fagent of
the bodies bie were gathered gthered by the train trainmen tran tranmen trainmen ¬
b
men and an founl fon I to be cold which showed showedthey showedthey
they were wee dead before run over swe A re revolver rf revolver ¬
volver v her was found near ner where wher they lay
tey
The Te bodies bies were so badly bdl cut up that th thmanner thmanner the themanner
manner In which whh they met death deat cannot cnnot
be b ascertained ascertainedCUPID aertined aertinedI aertinedCUPID ascertainedCUPID I
CUPID BREAKS RECORD RECORDMore
More Licenses Lcenses Issued IssuedYesterday Yesterday Than ThanEver ThanEver ThanEver
Ever Before In One Day Dayi DayCupid
4 + Cupid broke boke his record reord in the coun cun cunt 4
4 ty t clerks office yesterday Twenty Twentyeght 4 + +
i 4 eight eght marriage maiage licenses lcese were issued Ise +
+ f during durig the day more than were wee ever everiue 4 +
4 + 4 issued iue on one day in the history histo1 of 4 4f +
+ Salt Lake county cunt The Te next highest highestwa 4 4
4 + 4day ay was wa June 13 13 1903 l0 19O when twenty twentysL twentysix 4 +
4 six licenses liense were Issued issed The licenses JcnsEs JcnsEsIse lIcensesissued 4 +
+ issued Ise yesterday yeterJay are arE printed as usual usualon usualon 4 +
+ on the editorial edlorp1 page pge of The Herald Heraldthis + 4
Herd Herdthis
4 + this morning moring moringt moringTO 4 4 4TO
+ 444 4 4TO t
TO BUILD ELECTRIC ROAD ROADSouthern ROADSouthern ROADSouthern
Southern Pacific Pacifc Will Wi Connect Taco Tacoma Tacoma Tacoma
ma and Portland PortlandTaeoma Portand PortandTm PortlandTaeoma
Taeoma Tm Wash Wah June 26 26C C M Leroy Leveythird Len Lenthird Leroythird
third vice vic president preident of the Northern Norther Pa Pacific P Pacific ¬
cific ciic announces anounces that tha the Northern Northcr Pad Pacific Pac Padlie ¬
lie fc will wi at a once build buid a 8 steam stem or electric electricrailroad eletc eletcraJrod electricrailroad
railroad raJrod probably electric eectrc on Of the old oldUnion oldUnion oldUnion
Union Pacific Pacfl grade ga e from Tacoma Taoma to toPortland toPortand toPortland
Portland Portand The Northern Norer Pacific Pacua will w also alsobuild alsobul alsobuild
build bul Seattle Sette an a electric electrc line Jne a from Tacoma Tacma to toSeattle toSette toSeattle
MOVEMENT SPREADING SPREADINGYelets SPREAD1NGYelet
Yelets Yelet Province Provin of Orel o reI June 28 tThO tThOagrarian The Theagrarian Theg
agrarian g rIan movement is spreading spredln through throughout ¬
out this province prvince and the te peasants peants and andestate andestte andestate
estate estte employes emlOE are aremakn making common commoncause cmmon cmmoncuse commoncause
cause against t the landlords The
cuse te ladlords Te rural ruralguards ru ruguards
I
guards gard have had several severl encounters cncunter in inwhich
which many mny were 1ee wounded wounde and a klUefl kec

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