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2 Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY sm1 Y SEPTEMBER SEPTE rnER 2 1906 34 PAGES Price Five Cents r
Made Several Speeches in New NewJersey NewJersey
4 Jersey to Thousands of ofCheering ofJ ofCheering ofCheering
J Cheering People PeopleDINEDB PeopleDINED PeopleDlNEDBNEWSpApER
New Torkt Sept 1 1Thre6 Three cities citiesjqlnqd citiesjqinQd citIesiqin
jqlnqd iqin d today toa todar1n r in fJ paying puin the thefh filial l tributes tributesof tributesofth tributesofthe
of ofth the continuous welcome accorded to toWilliam toVJlIfam toWilliam
William J j T Bryan since his arrival
Thursday from his tour aroUnd aro nd the theworld theworld
world worldReturning worldReturning worldReturning
Returning from Bridgeport this morn ¬
ing Mr Bryan after devoting scant
time to personal business was escorted
to the National Democratic club where wherean wherean
an enthusiastic welcome was sas accorded accorded111m
him Im and where he spoke briefly From
q the club he was escorted es orted by former
Senator James Smith Smlthrand and other promi promiaddressed promiJ1ent prom promfont
font Democrats to Newark where he headdressed headdressed
addressed an audience of 10000 In Mili Military Milltary ¬
tary park and afterward held an in ¬
formal reception shaking hands with
hundreds who crowded around the thespeakers thespeakors thespeakers
speakers stand Hailed with cheers as
ho drove rove to the railroad station sta tlon Mr 1lrBryan MrBryan
Bryan hurried to Jersey Jer ey City where he liemade hemade hemade
made three addresses and reviewed a aparade nparade aparade
parade of the Hudson County Democ Democracy Democracy Democracy ¬
racy and returne1 r turne1 to New Ne York and andfinished andfinished
finished the day with an informal din dinner dinner dinnor ¬
ner given in his honor by 200 of the theworking theworking theworking
working newspaper men of the me metropolis metro metronolls ¬
tropolis tro tronollsMr > olis i iMr I11r
Mr Bryan will rest until unt 11 tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorrowQvonlng tomorrowevoning
evening when he will start on his Jour Journey journey journey ¬
ney in company with the homefolks homefolkson
on their th lr special train They expect tc tordadh tcIoa tcrOah
rdadh Ioa h Lincoln on Wednesday after afterstopsTat afterRJOpS aftersLoa7
stopsTat RJOpS sLoa7 7ft Lt Detroit Detr lt and Chicago ChicagoSPEECH ChicagoSPEECH ChicagoSPEECHAT
Straight Democracy Preached to Au Audience Audlencc Audience ¬
dience of 10000 People PeopleNonark PeopleNownrlc PeopleNewark
Newark N J Sept 1 lVi1llam William J JBrtLn JBryan
Bryan was given a warm recption hero herotoday herctoday
1J today The streets stre t were lined and
r the visitor was cheered continuously
He told his 10000 auditors that he could couldspeak couldspeak I Ispeak
speak to them bnly on time that really
belonged to Jersey City CityBut CityBut CityBut
But I remembered that Essex county countygav countyga1t countyavG
gav avG me a majority of 10000 in i 1900 so soI soI scI
I Just had to come to see you ou said he heand hend heitnd
and nd I hoped that by coining hero I Icould roul I Icould
could oul I help a Democrat to be elected to tothe tothe tcthe
the United States Stat s senate over vtr Senator SenatorDryden SenatorDryden SenatotDryden
Dryden and two Democrats to be beelected beelected beelected
elected to toN tocongress N congress congressMr congressMr congressifr
Mr Bryan BrY n declared declar d that Republican Republicanstrength Republfcanstrength L Lstrength
strength is waning aria that the time timefor timefo timefor
for fo Democratic success succ ss Is not far dis distant distant Ustaut ¬
tant In 1896 they won 011 by b a tremen tremendous tremendous tremendous ¬
dous majority mnj majlt I said he and they also alsohad alsohad als alshad
had a ve veh y icspectable lead over us in
1800 I
Wanted to Convert ConvertHim ConvertHimI ConvertHimI ConvertHim4iid Him HimArid I
I Arid ria theyll do it again shouted a aman aman s sman
man to tho right of the stand Instantly Instantlyhalf InstantlyhUe Instantbht
half a dozen policemen had seized 5 lzed the theinterrupter th thInterrupter thcinterrupter
interrupter and were rushing him himthrough him1hrough lilathrough
through they the park when Mr Ir Bryan Bryancried Bryanrlcdout L Lcried
cried < rlcdout out 4 Dont < put that man out outofficer outoCflcer outofficer
officer dont put him out Hes the theman themaD tlumaLi
man I am amrylng irying to reach reachContinuing reachContinuing reachContinuing
Continuing he said that the Repub Republicans RepubHeftns ¬
licans now admit that if a presidential presidentialelection presidentialtlattlon presidentiaeledtlon I
election were to be held at this time timethey tlmty tlm tlmthey
y they 1ho have only one man who could cou1 1 have haveany hayean havany
any an chnnce of success successHo successuHo successHo
uHo Ho would have that chance only be because becauso because ¬
cause he has followed the Democratic Democraticpjlform Democraticp Democrathiiiztfoim
pjlform p 7lform said Mr Jr Bryan Roosevelt Roosevelthas Roosevelthas
has not one atom of popularity that thatlie thatlIe thahe t
lie does not owe to the fact that he hediffers hediffers h hdiffers
differs from Tom the thcpnrty > party which ho leads leadsand leadand leadsand
and if Rbosovelt R osovolt osovoltcan can become ns popular popularas populaias
as he is by occasionally occaslona1 doing some something something ¬ i
thing Democratic what would be the thepopularity thepopularity th thpopultirity
popularity of a president who always is isa Isa h ha
a democrat d < < JmocratI
I Tariff Triff and Trusts TrustsMr Trusts11r TrustsMr
Mr Bryan Brynn djscussed dJ cuS5ed the tariff and nd the thetrust thetrust tthtruSt
trust Ho s said id that if the tariff isto istoba is lo lob t the
ba b reformed it must be done by thos thosewho thoswho thoswho
who believe in the tariff reform He Hedeclared Hedeclared Hi Hidalared
declared that while he is vHng to togive togive t
give Republicans Repu1 > UoaJ credit forwhat they theyhave theyIO tlie 1
have IO done toward the regulation of oftrusts oftrusts o otrusts i
trusts they have not n yet begun even evento evento
to scratch the surface of that thatscourge thutscourgc thu thuscourge t
scourge scourgeAt scourgcAt scourgep
p At the conclusion of his address Mr MrBryan MrBryan lr lrB
Bryan B nn shook hands withhundreds who whocrowded whocrowdoo wh
crowded around him and then left r leftJersey rt for forJersey r rJersc
Jersey Jersc City CityMADE CityMADE CityMADE
MrBryarisTIme1 Mr Bryalis11me BryarsTimcFUlIY Fully lI Occupied at atJersey atJersey a aJersey
Jersey City CityJarsoy Cityasoy City3rsoyClty
Jarsoy 3rsoyClty City Cil N J Sept l IThe The series seriesof seriesof serieoC
of welcoming public receptions x ar arranged arntn ariitnged ¬
ranged ntn ed in the east for the homecoming homecomingof homecon1Iiiof
of William J Bryan were w re brought to toan toan ti tian
an end by three meetings in Jersey orsey Cit Clttonight City Citytonight Cittonight j
tonight In the course of one of his hisspeeches hl3speeches hi hispeeches 3
speeches at those meetings Mr Bryan Bryandeclared Br30undeclared Bryaideclared I
declared it to be his intention to use usehis usehis us usliii
his utmost effort to purge his own ownparty ownparty
party and the Republican party as wel wellin wel1n welIn 1 t
in the interest of pure politics politicsI
I am going to insist he said that thatno thuno t
no man connected with any fayor fayorsjoking layorHucklng fayorseeking
seeking organization shall be permitted permittedto I Ito 7
to become a member of the Democratic Democraticorganization Democraticorganization B aorganization
organization to the end that he may be betray betray betray ¬
tray it When a man accepts a posi position positIon position ¬
tion in any great corporation he should shouldbo shouldbo ibe I
bo made to know that he will not be bepermitted bepormltted I eLi P e
permitted to serve In any capacity with withthe withtbe witithe Li 1
the Democratic organization or as n nDemocratic flD4l11ocrntlc i 1 1Dvnocratie
Democratic candidate for public office officeI off icc
t I r shall insist also that my party shall shallnot shalln shalnot 1 i
not n t accept one oncdollir dollar doIlr from any cor corporation or orporatlon
4 poratlon or any individual who expects expectsto 5
1 2 to crnment get it back in favors fa vorn from the gov govcrnment gOYclnment government
Continuous Corit n u us Cheers CheersTh6 Che CheersThe rs rsThe
The Nebraskan was given a heartyelcome hearty heartywelcome y ywelcome 7
welcome here The streets streetsw were w re repackei packed packedand packedand 3 rIand
and there was a parade in hishonor hishonorHe his honor honorHe honoxHe
He was cheeredsteadily c1te redsteadl1 by the crowds crowdswho crowdswho crowthwho
who represented r prcented not only Jersey City Citybut Citybut Citybut
but Hobokeii Hobo < cli Bayonne Bay nne and other otherplaces otherplaces otheplaces
places A committee com 1tteo imet Mr Bryan Bryanoil Bl Bryaion an
oil his arrival from Newark and he was wastaken wastaken va Staken s
taken to the Carteret club a nonpo nonpoIfticnl nonpol nonpoltIeitl
Ifticnl l ti nlor organization anlz tlon He held an in informal Informal informal ¬
formal reception meeting Republicans Republicansas s
as well as a Democrats Following this thishQ thi Sjhe s
jhe hQ reviewed the parade which was of ofContinued ofContinued a t
1110 4 I Continued 1on on Page 2 2I
Russians Throng Music Halls Hallsand Hallsand Hallsand
and Cafes During Reign Reignof
of Terror TerrorSEEM TerrorSEEM TerrorSEEM
St Petersburg P tersburg Sept l IThe The renewal of ofterrorism ofterrorism ofterrorism
terrorism on a large scale has greatly in intensified intensified Intensified ¬
tensified the hostility of the ruling classes classesagainst classe5against classesagainst
against the Jews who long have been re regarded r rgarded x xgarded ¬
garded as tho brains of the revolution revolutionand revolutionand revolutionand
and it is believed has correspondingly
diminished the chances of the Jews oh obtaining ohtaInlng ohtainiiig ¬
taining more than a nominal enlargement enlargementof
of their rights Every official report of ofassassination ffassassination ofassassination
assassination or other crime emphasizes
the role played in it by b Jews andthe and the
last week saw the launching of two par parand
ties the national at St Petersburg
and the Russian popular party at
Moscow the principal planks in whose whoseplatforms whoseplattorms whoseplatforms
platforms are for the exclusion of Jows
from all political activity and from serv ¬
ice in the army the latter to be con commuted conmutetI conmutoti ¬
muted as in the cases of Tartars and an
Finns for a money consideration The
Moscow organization proposes to rid the thecountry thecountry thecouflti7
country of Jews by b endorsing the Zionist Zionistmovement Zionistmovement ZionistI
movement and urging the government to toassist toassist toassist I
assist it
Orgies on Eve of Death DeathIt
It is remarkable that amid all the crime
bloodshed and horror with which the thecountry thecountry
country is filled fl1l d the music haIl and cafes cafesare c cafesare fES fESare
are thronged nightly by gay crowds A
brother of Premier Stotypin Sto pin writing in
the Novoo Yremyo remo callsattention calls attention to this thisweakness thisweakness thisweakness
weakness of or his countrymen country en who 4n the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of the greatest crisis he says
think only of pleasure M Stolypln says
it was always thus in Russia that off officers offlCE offcers ¬
cers CE > rs on the eve of a battle carouse and aivlspend andspend n1 n1spend
spend money that thatvoutd would feed starving
peasant families He calls It the spirit spiritwhich spiritwhich spiritwhich
which Inspired the orgies of the middle middleages middlages middiages
ages while thousands were dying of the theplague theplague theplague
plague The only reaction noticeable is isthe
I the Incr increase ase In the activity of the Black
Hundred organIzation Count Konvnltsin
the head of the organization known as
the True Russian people whose life was wasattempted wasattempted wasattempted
attempted recently recentl calls 1Jls on his followers
to revenge his death d ath by the > destruction destructionof
of thousands of those who are terroriz ¬
ing the nation under the flag lag of liberty llbCJt
in case the next attempt is successful successfulWomen successfulWomen successfulWomen
Women Play Prominent Promin nt Part PartJn PartIn PartIn
Jn In the thevmddta vendetta between the government governmentand
and revolutionaries women and especial ¬
ly girls who have always played a a prom ¬
inent part in the liberation movement movementcontinue movementcontinue movementcontinue
continue to enact leading roles Many of
them are high born Princess ObolenskI ObolenskIwas 1 1was
was arrested today at Rybinsk near
Yaroslav for participating in a conspir conspiracy conspiracy conspiracy ¬
acy acyAll All eyes e es are now directed toward the thecountry thecountr
country countr where here within the next few weeKs
the peasants will have finished the har harvest harpst hatvest ¬
vest pst In the cities the theg government i v rJlment has hasmo16tratd hascjtrnorstrated
d morstratpd its ability to hold down dow tho thoproletariat I
proletariat and unless the peasants rise I
little beyond Individual acts of terrorism terrorismare
are expected Some renewals of agrarJiil agrnrj 1t
disorders have already alread been reported but
details are meager meagerREACHED meagerREACHED meagerREACflD
Boycott of the Goldfield Nev Sun SunThreatens SunThreatens SunThreatens
Threatens to Involve all allthe allthe allthe
the Labor Unions UnionsSpecial UnionsSpecial UnionsSpecial
Special to The Herald Heraldf HeraldGoldfleld
f f Goldfield Nev Sept l IThe The boycott boycottwhich boycottwhich boycottwhich
which was declared against the Gold Goldfield GoldCfeld Goldfield
field Sun by the I W W three weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago reached an acute stage yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen esterda esterdawhen
when the officialu representative of the
latter In tter organization notified the presi ¬
dent of the Typographical T pographlcnl union that thatall thatall thatall
all members must join the I W V W V or
be declcred unfair The members re ¬
fused All day da I V V W V members have haveparaded haveparaded haveparaded
paraded the th sidewalks In front of the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of the Sun declaring the paper paperunfair paperunfair paperunfair
unfair and frequent snap shots were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken of 0 persons entering the office of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the paper which are to be posted on onthe onthe onthe
the bulletin board in front of union unionheadquarters unionheadquartrsas unionheadquarters
headquarters as patrons of the Sun SunTonight SunTonight SunTonight
Tonight boys are parading the streets streetswith streetswith streetswith
with banners declaring the Sun affair affairThis affairThl5 affairThis
This afternoon the printers and press pressmen pressmen pressmen ¬
men of the Sun wearing badges an announcing announcing anflouncing ¬
nouncing them as union printers sold soldpapers soldrapers soldpapers
papers in the streets the first which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have been sold since the boycott boycottYesterday boycottYesterday boycottYesterday
Yesterday the I W W V also notified notifiedthe noUfledthe notifiedthe
the carpenters carpencrs > > painters and paper paperhangers paperhangers paperhangers
hangers that they must Join the organi organization organization organlzatlon ¬
zation but met with opposition They Theyas
as well as the printers in the Sun are areunion areunion areunion
union men The trouble threatens to in includeall Includeall Includuall
cludeall newspapers published here and andat andut andat
at Tonopah It originated at Tonopah Tonopahwhere Tonopahwhere Tonopahwhere
where Branson who owns the Sun there thereand thereand theieand
and here opposed the organizations organizationswork
work workCURE workCURE
J f
German Physician Succeeds in Mak Making Nakjug
ing Cultures of Bacillus BacillusI BacillusScientists
Scientists S Skeptical SkepticalBerlin SkepticalBerlin SkepticalBerlin
Berlin Sept 1 lDr Dr Schmidt of Colon Colonhns Colonhas
has succeeded in making cultures of the thecancer thecancor
cancer baccilua in a certain mildew mildewfbrmll1g m1ldefbrmipg r
forming on plants When transferred to toanimals toanimals u uanimals
animals the baccilus caused carsed caysed genuine can cancY cancer
cerIn In an interview with f the correspondent correspondentof
of the Lokal Anzeiger Dr Schmidt said saidI
I am the first man to prove that can cancer eancer cancer
cer can be e artificially produced on anl anlmals anlmats
mats malsDr
Dr Schmidt showed the correspondent eOlrespondcntsoeral correspondeniseveral
several animals with cancer communi coinmuntcated
cated through Injection lie declared that thati
a remedy for cancer was now possible possibleSince possibleSince possibleSince
Since he discovered dls ovcred the baccilus Dr DrSchmidt DrSchmidt
Schmidt has boon b on experimenting with the theremedy theromcd
remedy which has given good results but butapparently butapparently butt E
apparently a cure is only possible when whenthe whrthe t
the case is little advanced Where here the theulceration theulceration th thulceration
ulceration was old however howe r the disease diseasewas dlseasewas discaswas
was brought to a standstill and the con condition condltlon condition ¬
dition of the oatlent showed great im improvement Improvoment miprovoment ¬
provoment provomentDr
Dr Schmidt apparently has not told tollwhat Loftwhat 1
what his romedy rome is but it fs not a serum serumPhysicians serumPhysicians serji serjiPhysicians
Physicians maintain a cautious attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward attitudtoward
toward Dr Schmidts discovery discoveryBONDS dlficoerI discoveryBONDS
Special to 0 The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBostofl
Boston Mass Sept 1 1There There are be beIng being beIng
Ing offered offeredOfl On the Boston market by E EH EH EL I
H Rollins Sons Boston bankers a ablock n L
block of 25000 worth of Jordan school schooldistrict schoodistrict nI I i
district Salt Lake county Utah bonds bondsThe bondsThe
The bonds are 4 Phs s due July 19111926 19111926and 19111926and 19111926apd
and yield about 4 per gent ent The block blockIs
Is meeting withgopd wlth good demand
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Charges Filed FiledWith With Interstate InterstateCommerce Interst te teConlmerce
Commerce Commission CommissionAgainst ComroissionAgainst CornrissionAgainstRaliroath
Against AgainstRaliroath Railroads RailroadsWashington RailroadsWashington
Washington Sept 1 1DlscxJmin 1LbIscr1miiut19n Discrimination Discriminationand UQn UQnand
and unjust charges filediiththe filed fth th inter interstate Intcr5tate ¬
state commerce commission today todayaVainst tod y ya
aVainst a against ainst many of the th important lm > rt il linespf linespfrailroad linesofrailroad lle r rratlroad
railroad of the counjry by Q shippersOne shippersOneof shlppers One Oneof
of the important case filed which will willlikely willlIItelv willlikely
likely result later in a hearing was one oneIn oneIn
In I n which the Merchants Traffic asso association association assoelation ¬
ciation of Denver complains that the UteNew
New York New Haven Hiirtfqrfl LirtfQr RaMl RaMlroad R Bdflroad H Hroa
road road company and all of the theimportalit important
lines lI l cs of railways doing business betvrfferi betvrfferithe betwtarithe
the North Atlantic coast and the t e Pacific Pacificcoast PaclJccoast Pacificcoast
coast discriminate clls rlmln tc ugalnat Denver mer merchants merchants marchants ¬
chants and Jobbers in favor of those of
San Francisco and nd other Pacific P lfic coast coastpoints coastpoints coastpoints
points of 1 per pcrjiundrod hundred pounds poun s on car ¬
load lots and 5L50 15O O per hundred on less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than carload lots whereas to Denver Denverand Delerand Deierand
and Colorado common points they the charge
179 per hundred with withtno tno 110 reduction for forcarload forcarload forcarload
carload lots 10t On other classes lassesof of mer merchandise merchandl merchanditie ¬
chandise chandl e such as cotton cottonsheeUngs sheetings cot ¬
ton duck etc the defendants deC ndants charge a arate arate arate
rate of 90 cents per hundred on carload
lots and 5135 135 Ocr hundred for a less lessamountthan lessamount lessamountthan
amountthan amount than a carloqd while 1ile the th rate on n
the same goodS to Denver and Colorado Coloradocommon Coloradocommon Coloradocommon
common points is 179 per hundred ir irrespective IrresDecUve Irresnective ¬
respective of amount amountIt
It is urged that this is a case in which
the shorter haul Is Included in the longer longerand longcrand longerand
and the charges to Denver are excessive excessiveunjust excessiveunjust excessiveunjust
unjust and unreasonable unreasonableand and discrimina ¬
tory toryThe toryThe toryThe I
The complaint asks the commission to toestablish toestablish toestablish
establish proper rules to Denver from
Atlantic coast points andto and to order that
they the v in no event shall exceed the thaTates rates
to the Pacific coast points pointsAnother >
Another case involves the freight rates ratescharged r ratescharged tes tescharged
charged by southern roads for the th shipT
nient of fruit to the northern markets marketsMODE marketsMORE rketS rketSMORE
Annual Report of General Williams WilliamsCommanding WilliamsCommanding WiffiamsCommanding
Commanding Department Departmentof
of the Colorado ColoradoWashington ColoradoWashington ColoradoWashington
Washington Sept 1 Conditions exist existing existIng existing ¬
ing at this time call for an increase J iiir 1 rcasein asein in the thepay thepay thepay
pay of army says Brigadfer General Con cConstant Constant Constant
stant Williams commanding the depart department departmont departmont ¬
mont of the Colorado In hisannual hIs I annual re report report report ¬
port which was made public today toda He Heasserts Heasserts Heasserts
asserts that the increased cost of living livingsince livingsince livingsince
since 1S72 lS 2 when the present rate of pay pn pnwas
was fixed the frequent changes of sta ¬
tions sending officers to Alaska and au
island possessions necessitating the keep ¬
ing of two separate establishments in inmany Inmany n nman
many man cases work a hardship especially
on line officers officersYears officersYcars officersYears
Years ago changes of stations were not notso notso notso
so frequent and officers had opportunity
to save General Williams says this is isnot Isnot Isnot
not now the case and changes come so sooften sooften o ooften
often and with such little warning that
debts are contracted that might other otherwise othewise othervise ¬
wise be avoided by b the careful officer to tobo t tbe tobe
be always ready for the demands of the themilitary th thmilitary thmilitary
military service He renews r > newshls his recom recommendation rCCOIllmendatlon recoinmendatlon ¬
mendatlon of last year that officers quar quarters qtiarters quarters ¬
ters be heated and lighted without ex expense expense cxperuse ¬
pense to occupants as are other public publicbuildings publicbuildings publicbuildings
buildings buildingsGeneral buildingsGeneral buildingsGeneral
General Williams recommends that arti articles articles artides
cles needed n ed for or the proper care of the theface theface theface
face shall sh 11 be added to the list that Nxnay may
be purchased purc sed from the army storehouses storehousesthe storehousesHe
He thinks also that soldlUS should have havethe havethe
the privilege privilege of buying thread and needles needlesat necdlZ5at needicuat
Iowa low Maniac Overpowered After AfterShootingSeveral AfterShootingSeveral AfterShootingSeveral
ShootingSeveral MenCouncil Men MenCouncil MenCouncil
Council Bluffs Ia Sept 1 1August 1AugustKruger August AugustKruger AugustKruger
Kruger a wealthy Pottawatomie county countyman countyman countymen
man went cnt insane suddenly this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at his residence r idence in the tQwn of ofHencock ofHlncock ol olHencock
Hencock From his front porch J > orch he hefired hefired hcfired
fired a rifle into a crowd of men who whowere whowere whcwere
were passing and dangerouslywounded dangerouslywoundedDr I
Dr Albert SteVens St vens He shot several severaltimes severaltimes severaltimes I
times wounding Jesse Sldebottom SldebottomFrank SidebottomFrank
Frank Johnson and James Duncan all allswell allwen allSwell I
swell known residents of Hancock Hancockmob A Amob
mob of citizens organized armed with withrevolvers withrevolvers wItFrevolvers ftI I
revolvers and guns surrounded Kru Krugrcrs Krurers Krucrs
grcrs rers house and riddled It with bullets bulletsKruger bulletsKruger
Kruger Kruger was shot four times but butrbt not rbtdangerously notdangerously I
dangerously The mob went to a hard hardware hardWarO ¬ I
ware store made a large iron shield shieldwhich shl shieldwhich Id Idwhich
which was fastened to a acart cart and under undercover undcrcover undexcover
cover of this approached the house houseThe houSeThe houeThe
The doorivas door doorwaSbroken was broken down when Kru Kruger Kruger ¬
ger was overpowered and held until untilof untilofficers untilofficei I
of officers fleersarrived arrived < <
Citizens Citizertsof of Alta File Charges Against A M Pautsch and Allege AllegeHe AII AUgeHe ge geHe
He Terrorized Them The m While oh o Wild WildDebauch WildDebauch WildDebauch
M 111 Pautsch P utsoh tsob deputy sheriff at Alta is ischargedNby isch ishargedby
chargedNby ch c rged b citizens elt zens of that mining camp campwith campwj campwith
with wj h having Imbibed of Alta Altatklizer vltalizer not notwisely notvdsely notwisely
wisely but too well last Thursday and andwith andIUl andwith
with IUl shooting up the town Sheriff SheriffC sherIffPrank herlf herlfC
C Co Frank Emery Eme Mr Pautschs superior superiorofficer superiorofncer superiorfficer
officer o Cb Cu is In Wyoming on a fishing trip triput
but b ut in his absence some of his office dep deputies ¬
uties u ties will investigate the charges made madeagainst madeagaInst madegainst
against a Mr Pautsch PautschThe PautschThe PaptschThe
The story of the charges which hl h have havebeen havebeen haveeen
been b een made m deagall1st against Pautsch are reiterated reiteratedin
in f n the following letter to The Herald Heraldwritten Heraldwritten Heraldwritten
written by a citizen of Alta AltaAt AltaAt AltaAt
At S30 a m Aug 30 O M Pautsch Pautschdeputy PautschdcV Pautscheputy
deputy dcV d eputy ty sheriff of this camp accompanied accompaniedbya accomnanledbya accompaniedby
bya by a man named Cook who wh was appoint appointed ¬
ed c d deputy by Pautsch during the tbelatters tbelattersbsen latters lattersabsence lattersabsenqe
absence bsen on the Fourth of July Jul terrorized terrorizedmenwpmen terrorIzedmeI terrorIzednen
menwpmen T meI wQtncn and d children chlldrenQf of this camp
by li by their th lr drunken drunkenbohavjor behavior yelling shout shouting shoutI1nI shoutngand ¬
I1nI I1nIatndAtdISCh ing i ngand and atndAtdISCh discharging glng firearms fIrearn irearmLin on Ah < thepub thepubi the pub publidstreet p1bc
lidstreet i i c s street ree
streetKept reeKept Kept It Up for Hours HoursThey HoursTh HoursThCy
They Th y kept it up until 10 a m Then ThenDeputy ThenDeput ThenDepUty
Deputy Sheriff Pautsch left on the after afternoon aft afternoon t tnoon ¬
noon stage st ge for the City lt while his partner partnerin
in i n the high lonesome is still in charge of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th camp gloriously gl ribush full with his six sixshooters sixshooters sixSshooters
shooters strapped to him We have writ written written
1 ten Sheriff Emery and the board o ot coun counNeither counINT counINTERVENTION
Neither Party in Cuba Can CanHope CanHope CanHbpeto
Hope Hbpeto to Gain Complete Completex Compb te teMastery
x Mastery MateryOver Over Other OtherHavana OtherEavana
Havana 1 avana Sept 1 1CfNvlther Nolther side can canwhip canWhip canwhIp
whip the pther is the concise state statement statezn stateiht ¬
ment zn r nt nowMieard nO eard everywhere ev ywhere in Havana Havanaanji Havanaanl HavanaaM
anji it may also be fairly construed to tobe tobe tobe
be the thb th growing conviction conviction of thought thoughtful ¬
ful persons throughout the island At AtHavana AtHav AtHavana
Havana Hav na at least this this separation has haslead haslead haslead
lead among amongall all unprejudiced unpr judiccd persons personsto personsto
to expressions of olan an ardent hODe that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the prerogative of the Platt resolution resolutionwill resolutionwill resolutionsviil
will soon soon be e utilized by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates I
States for the th purpose of the effectually effectuallyputting effectuatIyputting effectuallyputting r
putting an end to a condition that thateverybody thateverybOdy thateverybody
everybody believes is otherwise bound boundto bounCto
to grow more and more intolerable intolerablePossible intolerablePosslble IntolerablePossible
Possible to Take Havane HavaneNobody HavaneNobody HavaneNobody
Nobody appears to believe that the theinsurgents theInsurgents theinsurgents
insurgents will take Havana although althoughthis aUhoughthis althoughthis
this is not regarded as impossible espe especially espetiaIly espedIal1y ¬
cially when it is considered con idered that Ico Icooperation 1cooperation co cooperation
operation in such a 3 movement assuredly assuredlywould as5Ur assuredlywould dly dlywould
would come from within Everybody Everybodyconcedes Everybo Everybodyconcedes y yconedes
concedes that the government troops troopscan troopscan troopscan
can continue their record of victories victoriesin
in almost all open fights with the In Insurgents Inurgents insurgents ¬
surgents but how the government with withthe withthe withthe
the forces now at its command and in inview Inview Inview
view of the small number of enlist enlistments enlistmen enlistments ¬
ments men ts ever can prevail against its itsjbriemies itsrtemies Itsiiiemies
jbriemies who fight in the same old oldmethod oldmethod oldmethod
method of guerrilla warfare is a conun conundrum co conundrum hun hunrum ¬
drum rum which nobody pretends to solve solveThat solveThat solveThat
That the insurrection Is growing con constantly contant1y contantly ¬
stantly is undeniably evidenced eylden ed every everyday eerydaya everyday
day daya and d the decree of pardon recently recentlyextended recentlyextended recentlyeidended
extended by the government has hasbrought hasbrought hasbrought
brought no appreciable change in the thesituation thesituatlon thesituation
An American Insurgent InsurgentOne
One of the few Americans who joined joinedthe joinedthe joinedthe
the insurgent ranks came into Havana Havanatonight Havanatonight Havanatonight
tonight He has been a farmer in Cuba Cubafor Cubafor Cubafor
for several s veral years and presumably Is a areliable b breliable ftreflable
reliable source of information He In Informed Informed Informed ¬
formed the correspondent of the Asso Associated Associated Assodated ¬
ciated Press that the th insurgents now nowsouth nowsouth nowsouth
south of Artemisa are re in scattered scatteredparties scatteredparties scatteredparties
parties but surely will concentrate withothers with withothers withothers
others in the vicinity of Guanajay with withthe withthe withthe
the Intention of capturing both Arte Artemisa Artemlsa Artemisa ¬
misa and nd Guanay and holding the en entire entire entire ¬
tire width of eastern PInar del Rio Hioprovince Riopr9vlnce Rioprpvince
province They will thus control the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation far better than did the Spanish Spanishtroops Spanishtroops
troops in the days of the th famous trocha trochaanM trochaarj4
anM al1J at precisely the same points The Theinsurgents Theins Theinsurgents
insurgents ins rgents have taken Cabanas and andBahia amIBallia andBahia
Bahia Honda on the north coast of ofPinar ofPinal ofPinar
Pinar del Rio province and according accordingto
to conservative statements they Have
75 per percent cent centofthepeople of ofthepeople the people thatdIstrlct inthatdistrictwith in thatdIstrlctwith
with them tll m
ty commissioners commlsslon rs concerning con < erningthis this affair
It is known that Pautsch was in the thecity thecit thecity
city cit Friday Frida though so far as coUld be
learned he did not call at the sheriffs sheriffsoffice shUrlfrsoffice shCriffsoffice
office He returned to Alta Friday Frida morn ¬
ing Formal charges embodying prac ¬
tically the same statements as those con ¬
tained In the letter to The Herald were werereceived wererec werereceived
received rec ived at the sheriffs office yesterday yesterdayRow yesterdayRow yesterdayRow
Row at a Dance DanceFriday DanceFrIday DanceFriday
Friday evening Pautsch telephoned the thecounty thecounty I Icounty
county jail saying sa lng that a large number numberof numbeof I Io
of o men were drunk at a dance at Alta Altathat Altathat 1
that he was unable to control the crowd crowdand crowdand crowdarid
and asking for help from the city Dep ¬
uty Sheriff Joseph C Sharp directed him i
to deputize citizens to help him Later Laterhe Laterha
he telephoned that he had deputized dcp tl ed fif ¬
teen men and that all of them had re ¬
fused to act actSharp nctSharp actSharp
Sharp then directed him to place the th
fifteen fIft cn men under arrest for refusing to te J
help keep the peace Since then nothing nothIn
has been heard from Pautsch and the thesheriffs thesheriffs tlusheriffs
sheriffs office does not know as yet yetwhether yetwhether yelwhether C
whether the row at the dance had any an ¬
thing to do with the alleged shooting r
up of the camp Thursday
Pautsch has been serving as deputy deputysheriff deput3sheriff r r I
sheriff at Alta only a shbrt time His
home Is In this city cityEfforts cft cftHARD cityUARII
Efforts to Float the Transport Sher Sheridan Sheridan Slieridan ¬
idan at High Tide TideProved TideProved TideProved
Proved Futile FutileHonolulu FutileHonolulu FutileHonolulu
Honolulu Sept 1 lThe The effort to float floatthe floatthe tthe t
the transport Sheridan at high tide to today today today ¬
day resulted in failure A discouraging discouragingreport discouragingreport discouraginreport
report comes from the wreck The Thesteamer Th Thsteamer Thsteamer
steamer is reporter reporterto to be leaking The Theultimate Theultimate Thiultimate
ultimate saving of the vessel is depend dependent dependent dependent ¬
ent upon pon the weather The Sheridan SheridanIs i 1islying
Is islying lying in such h a n position that a south southerly southerly southerly ¬
erly storm would quickly smash her on onthe onthe oi i 1the
the sharp rocks According to the thestatements thestatemen tliistatements
statements s of passengers who have ar arrived arrIved arrived ¬
rived there was much alarm when the theSheridans theSheridan th Q aSheridart
Sheridan steam pipe burst after the thevessel thevessel th C Cvessel
vessel stranded stf nded All state rooms were wereimmediately wereImmediately wer Q aimmediately
immediately filled with steam and andthinking andthinking 1 1thinking
thinking the th thq vessel was afire the pas passengers passengers pazsengers ¬
sengers rushed out in their night dress dressin dressin dres S SIn
in great confusion confusionCaptain confusionCaptain confusionCaptain
Captain Peabody thinks that the ves vessel vessel yessd ¬
sel sd was carried ca lied out of her course by byphenomenal a aphenomenal aphenomenal
phenomenal current as her course was wasset wasset wa S
set 5 for more than four miles off land landPie landHe I IHe
He is confident that the vessel can be beoil b
Famous New York Democrat DemocratSays Democratsays DemocratSaysNebraskan
Says SaysNebraskan Nebraskan Is the thePopular thePopular thePopular
Popular Choice ChoicePARTYIS ChoicePARTYIS ChoicePARfYIS
Wt r Bourko Cockran Democratic con congressman congressman congressmun ¬
gressman from New York grand sachem sachemof
of Tammany T mmal and one of the leaders of the theDemocratic theDemocratIcarty I
Demoeratfcparty Democratic party in the Empire state Is
in enthusiastic enthu 13stic admirer of William Jen Jennings JenI Jennlngs Jenflings ¬ I
flings Bryan and declared to a Herald Heraldreporter Heraldreporter Heraldreporter
reporter last night that if the public con conscience concience conciience ¬
science is sufficiently awakened to the
nfauity of private graft and public plun ¬
der the Nebraska statesman will Plun be
elected as president of the United States
in 1908 1908When 1908Vhen 1905When
When seen at the Knutsford Mr Cock
ran said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It looks as though Mr Bryan is as ¬
sured of the Democratic nomination by b
popular voice When you OU consider that he
left the country one year ago without
any an demonstration and at a time when whenmost whenmost
most people regarded him as being per ¬
manently out of the running for the presi ¬
dency denc and that he returns now to find a awelcome awelcome awelcome
welcome unparalleled in the history histor of
the country this to my mind shows one
tbing thingthe the hunger of the nation for a man
wholly embodying the fundamental mor ¬
alities to which every American is ar
dently dentJ attached attachedPeople attachedPeople attachedPeople
People Awake at Last LastMr LastMr LastMr
Mr Bryan has said nothing and has
done nothing during the last year ear that
would explain the wonderful burst of en ¬
thusiasm with which hich he was greeted upon
his return The people have awakaned a to
a conception of his great personal merit
to the simplicity of his character the
spotless purity of his life and the single sIngleness singleness ¬
ness of his patriotism and I am sorry
to say to the rarity of o these qualities
in our public life lifeI
I have not read Mr tr Bryans speech In
I Madison Square Garden and cannot ex express expreS5 cxpress ¬
press an opinion as to its probable ef ¬
fect as a declaration of policy polic v vThis
This demonstration was not evoked
by what he said on this occasion It was wasa wasa
a tribute to the character which he has
built up during the fifteen years of his hisactive hisactive
active participation In politics It Is a agreat agreat agreat
great tribute to him and also a striking
evidence of how highly hlghl the American peo people peop1e peopIe ¬
pIe prize the qualities which he possesses
in an eminent degree and how quick they
are to discover the existence of them In a aman aman aman
man who has enjoyed no particular pnrU ular favor favorwith favorwith favorwith
with the press but who has madeamanl madeamanlv
fest v 9k his ma juuiui moral tTAVJWjiuuut excellence through tiirouyii uiuuus louds loudsof houdsof
of misrepresentation and in spite of f wide widespread widespread widespread
spread misapprehension misapprehensioni misapprehensionMission
Mission fv1 ission of Democracy DemocracyThe
The mission mistlon of the Democratic party
is to end e d graft without impairing the security se security security ¬
curity of property The safety of prop proprorty
orty Is theobject the obj objct ct for which whlchocfety society is h horganized s sorganized 1
organized That must be the th capital aim aimand aimand L Lapd
and purpose of all political effort
Late revelations of corruption more morewlclespread morewidespread
widespread and sinister In business busln SS life lif
than any an that have ever existed In politi political political
cal life have awakened the public con conscience COltscience couiscience
science to a demand for purification The Theperpetrators Theperpetrators
perpetrators of the wrongs denounce every ever everattempt
attempt to remedy r medy them every evel attempt
to reform as an aspault on property
Some of o the remedies suggested unfor ¬
tunately have been born of enthusiasm enthusiasmrather enthusiasmrather i Lrather
rather than of sound thinking thlnklnghavt have been beenso beenso I Iso i
so ill considered as to lend vnme me color of
justification to this contention The prob prob10m ¬
lem of the theDemocratl Democratic party part now is to
devise d > vlse methods for the purification of our
business busine and political life so that Industry Industrywill industrywJ1l industr industrwill owr r
will become secure In the enjoyment of ofall ofall ol olall
all that it can produce when no man manwill manwl11 1 Iwill
will be b > allowed to seize s lze by b violence or ou
fraud through partial laws on the viola violation violation
tion of the laws one single thing produced I
by the labor of the land landDepends landoDepends landDepends
Depends on Conscience ConscienceWhat ConscienceUThat ConscienceThat
What That is the outlook for Democratic Democraticsuccess Democraticsuccess Democratiisuccess
success in the coming campaign campaignThat 7 7That j
That depends on how far the con conscience conscience conscience ¬
science of the th > people is awakened The Thecorruptions Thecorruptions Thtcorruptions
corruptions which have shocked the pub
lie conscience have ave flourished under the
dominion of the Republican party part I Ithink Ithink i
think it can be shown that they th > arc art artthe
the direct and inevitable fruits of that tim I
Republican policy of protection which whichavowedly whichavowedly i iavowediy
avowedly aims to enrich < some fom < men by byallowing byallowing b ballowing
allowing them to exact excessive excessive prices S
from the body of the people for necessi necessities necessities necessities ¬
ties of life and th t the > essentials of labor laborThis laborThis
This has bred a general disposition In Inmen ii 1 1men
men to seek for profits through thlou h the favor favorof favorof r rof
of government rather than the Imnrovo Imnrovament Imnrovomerit imnrovoment
ment of industries It has resulted in inperversion a aperversion L Lperversion
perversion of morals which has been the thefountain thefountain tb tbfountain
fountain head of all this corruption It Ithas Ithas T Thas
has disturbed the conscience and threat threatened threatened threatimned ¬
ened the security of the th < country If the theconscience theconsclencc th thconscience
conscience of the peoole is sufficiently sufficientlyaroused ufClclentJ suffIcientlaroused ufClclentJaroused
aroused they the will end It ItThe ItThe itThe
The first step toward ending it will willbe nfl i ibe
be the th election of a Democratic congress congressIf congressfurtherrevelations
If further furtherrevelations revelations of business and po poContinued poContinued
Continued on Page 2
W Bourke oue Cockran
Vice President Is Coming on onWay onWay onWay
Way to National Irrigation IrrigationCongress IrrigationC IrrigationCOngress
Congress C ngress at Boise BoiseNEWSPAPER BoiseNEWPAPER BoiseNEWSPAPER
Vice President CharlosW Charl05 W Y Fairbanks ijt aIrbnks b nks is isexpected Isexpected 1 1expected
expected to arrive In Sulk SI1JtrLak Saltakete Lak ille te this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon on his way to BojseI3a B ls raa to toattend toattend toattend
attend the national Irrigation congress congressAccording COlgressAccordIng congressAccording
According to hisitlndrary hlSiUnGrar he Ig Itt t Denver Denverlast penverlast Denverlast
last night and will come to Salt Lakewhere Lake Lakewhere Lakewhere
where he will take the S oclock special specialcarrying specialcarrlng specialcarrying
carrying the Utah delegates to Boise BoiseOwing BoiseOwing BoiseOwing
Owing to the uncertainty uncertaint of his coming coming1and comln comlnand
and the short time he will be in the city
no arrangements have been made for the th thentertainment
entertainment of Mr Fairbanks It was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not known until unUII08t lost night that ho wouldi wouldicome woukLcome
come to Salt Lake and make connections
here tQtake the special sp > cIal to Boise Boise11r
Mr Fairbanks will be given a hearty
reception however as soon as he ar arrlvesjn arrIYe arrivesjn
rlvesjn rIYe n Boise BoiseHis BoiseHis
His car has ha been on the Limited and
he has made short stops at Chicago
Omaha and Denver
Attached to the same train Is a special specialcar specialcar
car carrying carr lng a joyous jo ous bunch of news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper correspondents from the east They
will arrive here at 415 oclock this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon on the Los Angeles Limited Ar Arrangements Arrangements Arrangemen ¬
rangements have been made by the local localnewspaper localnewspaper localnewspaper
newspaper writers to meet them at the
depot and escort them to the Commercial Commercialcluti Commercialcluo
club where they will be entertained until
the special leaves which will carry theic theiccar th theigcar < il ilcar
Many Going on Special SpecialAbout SpecialAbout SpecialAbout
About twenty more Pullman reserva ¬
tions were secured yesterday ye tetda by Utah
delegates and their wives It Is now no be b4 ¬
lieved that their number will be swelled swellerto
to iso 50 persons Recruits will be picked pickedup
up at Ogden Cache Cach Junction and Pres Preston Preston ¬
ton Ida Several peraone are expected
from the southern part of the state to today tnda today ¬
day da who will join the delegates on the thespecial th thspecial thspecial
special train trainFred trainFred trainFred
Fred J T Kiesel of Ogden will be b master masterof
of ceremonies Holds Held military band con consisting conslstIng consisting ¬
sisting of twentyfive pieces will accom accompany accompan accompany ¬
pany pan the delegates and furnish music du during diiring u uring ¬
ring the sessions of the irrigation con congress congress congress ¬
gress Fisher Harris is the only onl member memberof membtot
of the Utah delegation who will take part
in the program He Is billed to speak on
the See America First movement in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon of the second days session sessionGood s sessionGood lon lonGood
Good Position for Exhibit ExhibitThomas ExhibitThomas ExhibitThomas
Thomas Judd Jr of St George prosi prosident plfsident
dent of the state board of horticulture horticulturehas <
has provided the best exhibit for the con congress congress congzess ¬
gress that Utah has produced He wlrr wlrtd wlrtdesterda wirodyesterday > d dyesterday
yesterday esterda that the exhibit bad a good lo location InaUon hocation ¬
cation and that it wa Was csaic in good condition conditionThe conditionrrhe con4ttlonThe
The Utah delegation hopes to bring the
Clark cup home fipr a > r the t th prize exhibit exhlbftlhomas
Thomas JudtUwfll Jud vl11 have charee of f the theexhIbit theexhibit
exhibit and nn will have on his list U t of as usslstants assistants assistants
sistants the best agricultural a ricultural and horti horticultural horticultural horncultural
cultural experts in this ntrat t te Thi list listincludes lIf1tInclud listIncludes
includes Includ S Professor E B Ball entomolo entomologist entomologist entomologist
gist and Professor Robert S Northrup
horticulturist of the Agricultural A leulturl col college college cotlege
lege C A Hickenlooper W V D Wad Wadleigh Wadleigh Vadlelgh
leigh and J T Edwin Taylor Tayloro of the state statoboard stat statboard stateboard
board of horticulture Robert Wilson WilsonHenry WIlsonHenry WilsonHenry
Henry Knudsen J T T Atkin and John JohnJudd JohnJudd JohnJudd
Judd county count fruit inspectors President PresldEntJudd PresidentJudd
Judd of the state board of horticulture horticulturei
has been b en a member of that body for foreleven foreleven foreleven
eleven years and a director qr officer of ofthe otthe ofthe
the state or territorial fairs for over overtwentyfive overtwenty1ve overtwentyfive
twentyfive years yearsUtahs yearsUtahs yearsUtahs
Utahs exhibit will Include almonds almondscotton almondscotton
cotton and figs besides a display of offruits otfruits offruits
fruits grains and grasses Outside states statfSwill stateswill
will learn that Utahs crx crops > ps range from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the hardiest plants to the semitropical semitropicalproducts semitropicalproducts semitropicalproducts
products R I Holbrook of Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles
geles is arranging the decorations to add addto addto addto
to the beauty of the display The ceiling ceilingof
of the Utah booth will be made of grains grainsad fnLinsd grainsad
ad d grasses which will be brought bark barkto bakto bnkto
to this state after the congress congre s Almonds Almondsfrom Almondsfrom Almondsfrom
from Mr Judds farm will be exhibited exhibitedin
in Utahs booth boothMore boothMore boothMore
More Delegates to Leave Leaverhe LeaveThe
The following were added last evening eveningto
to the list of those who will go on th the thespecial thespecial
special train tonight W H Hague of ofTaylorsvllle orTn ofTaylorsville
Taylorsvllle Tn lorsvme appointed delegate from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake county count by thecommissioners A J JHill JHill JHill
Hill and P S Witcher of Granger appointed appointed ap tippointed ¬
pointed by the North Jordan Irrigation Irrigationcompany Irrigationcompany Irrigationcompany
company and N C Peterso nand nandJoseph nandJosephLindsu nandJosephLindsay Joseph JosephLindsay
Lindsay Lindsu of Taylorsvllle appointed by b the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Jordan Canal company companyWI companyMUSIC
It Is Incorporated I ncorporat = d With a Capitali Capitalization Capitalization Capitallzation ¬
zation of 25000 25000Tlxe 25ODOThe 25000Tine
The Hobbs Music company of Logan Logansecretary Loganfiled Loganfiled
filed articles of ncorporntJon with th thseeretJtr thsecretary
secretary seeretJtr of state yorterday ycrt rday The com company company coinpany ¬
pany has h s a capital stock of 25000 di divided flvided l lvlded ¬
vided into shares of the theupsr par vaUip vaJamDf nW of f W Weach sieach I1 I1each
each The officers are President Pretd eQt JainpjHobbs Jatn JatnHobbs James JamesHobbs >
Hobbs vice president Peter FrOst sec secretary seerotary eC eCr ¬
rotary r tary and treasurer Eugene L Taylor Taylorgeneral TaIJ TaIJgoneral TayIgeneral
general manager James Hobbs jr jrThe jrThe JrThe
The MerriellBollnger lI Lumber company companyincorporated companyIncorporated companyincorporated
incorporated under the laws of Colorado Coloradofiled Coloratlfiled
filed n certified copy cop of its articles of In Incorporation fncorpomUon incorporbtion ¬
corporation with the secretary of stato statoyesterdcy statoycsterdGyThe stateyesterdny
yesterdcy ycsterdGyThe The company comp ny has a capital capitalstock capitaltock capittIstock
stock of S300CO i00GO David Glick of Emery Emirycounty Emerycounty Emerycounty
county is named 09 a the Utah agent of tM tMconcern t tconcern th thconcern
concern concernMANY concernMANY
Boise Boise1dz NIdJi dll Sept l lTh The > week closes closeswith closeswith closeswith
with thOvpreparation th pr p ration for the meeting m etlng of ofthe ottho ofthe
the irrigation congress virtually lrtuall com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted Tho delegates have begun to ar arrive arrie arnyc ¬
rive nyc and it Is estimated that 300 OO nre al already 01r already ¬
ready r a y In town Among the prominent prominentones
ones to arrive arr C today were Senator Car Carter Cartor Carter ¬
ter of Montana Vice President Fairbanks Fairbankswill Fnlrbank4wiU Fairbankswill
will arrive Monday morning Tho peo people people peoPIG ¬
ple of the city cIt have done their utmost to todo todo todo
do everything that Is possible for tho thocomfort thoComfort thetomfort
comfort and entertainment of the guests guestsand guestsand guestsand
and the congress con ress promises to pass off ot In Ina Inamost ina
a amost most satisfactory manner mannerFATAL mannerc mannerFATAL mannerFATAL
c =
Portland Sept 1 lA A special dispatch to tothe tothe tothe
the Evening Telegram from Aberdeen AberdeenWash Abcrdeel1raeh Aberdeenyash
Wash raeh says thatA A 4 Wahlgren is dead deadHarry dMidJiIaro deadJffarr
Harry Wilson Is in the hospital suffering sufferingfrom sUfferingfrom sufferingfrom
from a serious shot wound in the hip and andabdomen an1abdomen anilabdomen
abdomen and John Jones is in jail with withseveral withseveral wit I Iseveral
several bad cuts In the head the result r Sult of ofa ofa ofa
a fight In a dance hall at Aberdeen at atmidnight atmidnIght atmidnight
midnight It is asserted that union labor labortroubles labortroubles labortroubles
troubles are at the bottom of the assault assaultNO assaultNO assaultNO
Pittsburg Sept 1 IAU All reports to the thoeffeot theetfeaf theeffect
effect that arrangements were ere being made madeto madeto
to settle the Hartje divorce case before it itwent itwent itwent
went to a decision before Judge Robert S SFraser SFraser SFraser
Fraser were set at rest today by Attor Attorney Attornc Attoriiey ¬
ney nc J Scott Ferguson of counsel for forHartje torHartje forHartie
Hartje who said his client was simply simplyawaiting simplYavaIUng simplyawaiting
awaiting the decision d < clslon Attorney John M MFreeman lrFreeman MFreeman
Freeman and Detective Gilbert B Per Perkins Perkins Perkins ¬
kins have received threatening letters said saidto saidto saidto
to be In a similar hand to that rcelved rcelvedby rceivedby
by b Mrs Slocum during the trial No name nameIs 11Rme1s imameIs
Is signed I d tothose letters lettersI

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