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June 6 1870 SALT TVAKF JJ RoE CITY UTAH UTAl1lI MONDAY 0ND A Y SEPTEMBER 3 1906 10 PAGES J Price Pive Cents I i I
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vania State Constabulary ConstabularyShot ConstabularySottoDeath
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LARGE POSSE POSSEPunxsutawney POSSEt POSSEPunxsutawne POSSEPunxsutawney
Punxsutawney Pa Sept 2 2In 2Inblo 2Inbloody In d
bloody blo dY battle this evening between for foreigners ¬
eigners and the twenty members of troop
T D > state constabulary In which five hun i
dr drtp jd shots were fired two troopers were
Killed 11led and one fatally wounded while
three other persons received bullet bulletwounds buUetv
wounds w v und5 The murderers mur murderer erers are tonight sur surrounded 6urrounded tur1ounded
rounded In a house at Florence mine mineseven mineseven
7p seven miles from here and at daylight daylightthe
i the attempt aU mpt to
capture pturo thorn will be re renewad renewEid renewotl
newad V Further lOBS of life is feared for
Til Tilwith
besieged Italians are well supplied
with arms and ammunition ammunitionr ammunitionThe
Ar r The Dead DeadPrivafu DeadPdvaf DeadPrivafe
Privafu u F Henry Honr aged 26 years ears
Private PrlvateFrancIs Frdncis Zehringer aged 30 30Fatally 30Fatally 30Fatally
Fatally Wounded WoundedPrivate WoundedPrlva WoundedPrivate
Private Prlva te William A Mullen of Harris
First Sergeant Joseph Logan of Dubois
quid George Felitzsky aged 12 received rec JYQd
mnor wounds woundsDesperate woundsDesperate woundsDesperate
Desperate Fight Started StartedThe StartedThe StartedThe
The struggle began when wh
1l Sergeant Lo i
jran gaQ went to Florence to search for Leo
vpold POld Scarlat who is charged with shoot ¬
ing his hl
brotherinlaw Salvatore Walt alt
zoch who is said to be one of the most
desperate members of the Black Hand
started a street fight with u countryman countr mun
tutU Logan placed him
under arrest An 4n
l Italian made an ineffectual lunge at Lo ¬
gan 9 n with a stiletto when another Italian
1 Opened Jened fire on him with a magazine shot ¬
gun Logan returned the fire and the
two men emptied their
weapons at each
other Logan received one buckshot
wound WoundIn jound in the foot and one Italian was wa
perhaps fatally wounded
O Sent for Help HelpLogan H lp lpLoban
Logan believing bellE lng that he had a Black
Hand man tc deal with telephoned to
the barracks at this place and a detach ¬
ment of five flv privates was detailed to go
to his assistance The detachment ar ¬
rived atFlorence at Florence at 430 4 O oclock Private
John Henry immediately
started for
Waltsochs ltochs house hotJ o where the trouble had
taken place but bu when about twenty foot
from from it was wa shot down Chambers and
Mullen in attempting the rescue of their
oompnnipn companl n were shot down before they the
raachod him himOfficers himOfficers
Officers Beaten Off OffA OffA
A telephone call was as then sent in for
the entire force and fifteen additional
tirooporsarrivod troopors arrived at at6iQ attk0oclock JSO eJock and while
twelve oIve of the constabulary kept firing into
thQ windows and front doors six police
men made > a rush for the side sld door which
they the battered in Three of the officers
fZeIirInr ZehringLt Gross and Cummings dashed
U up the stIrs but were era confronted by b
thr tHree < e of the desperadoeswho desperadoes s who opened fire
Zehringer Z hrlnger fell at the first volley volh but
the other men escaped The gung imme ¬
diately closed the door and the house was
rldOed rldl oo with bullets Realizing that lives
were being sacrificed uselessly and the
storm and darkness darkn Ss coming on the
troopers tt op sent s nt for carbines and prepared I
to koop thehouse the thethpuse hpuse surrounded until morn ¬
People Greatly Exerted ExcftedThe ExertedThe
The wildest jJd st excitement prevails in L
Punxsurawney and nearby towns Fif
4oan tQ n troopers and several policemen to ¬
gether with many citizens heavily armed
are on guard guardThe guardTho
The besieged Italians are evidently evldentJ r pre ¬
paring to sell their lives dearly Many Ian
citizens have brought brou ht dynamite d namlte and advo ¬
ctLto blowing blowln the buildhwr to atoms but
Llcutcnnrt Egle s determined d tprmined to capture
the murderers with his troopers by b lawful lawfulmoans 1awfulm I
moans m ans The police have arranged power powerUI ¬
ful UI searchlights so Sf that the th entire build
Ing is in plain 1Hn view viewilnion viewSTONES jew jewSTONES
i ilnion Miners and Farleys FarleysStrike Farlefs FarlefsStrike Farle Farlei FarleStrike
Strike Breakers Almost Get GetTogether GetTogether
Together in Nevada NevadaHazen Nev NevadaHazen da daHazen
Hazen Nev Sept 2 2Serlous Serious trouble troubleoccurred troubleccurred troubhQccurred
occurred here this I afternoon at the thefunction thejundtJon th th4indtlon
function of the Southern Pacific and andGoldfield andGoldfield an I Ioldfleld
Goldfield Tonopah railroads when the thesecond thesecond tinsecond
second section of the train carrying carryingstrike carryingstrike
strike breakers to San Francisco ar arrived arrived r rrived ¬ I
rived A number of union miners met metthe metthe me I
the train and hooted the strike break brcakers breakers breakers
ers Finally a stone was as hurled through througha I Ia
a car window lndow and it was answered by b
a a shot I A number of the men on the th
train jJmped off and for a time a se serious serious serious ¬
rious riot seemed imminent The con ¬
ductor gave the goahead signal but bu
the strikebreakers stopped the train trainand trainand traitand
and delayed It thirty minutes A hun ¬
dred or more dismounted ahd brand
Jqhlng revolvers hurled defiance at the theunion theunion thi thiunion
union men A crowd congregated about
Fifty or more delegates to the Repub ¬
lican state convention at Tonopah and anda ant I Ia
a crowd on their way to the Goldfield Goldfleldprizefight GoldfieldprJzefigbt I IprIzeflgt
prizefight took to the sagebrush
When the train was finally started a acrowd acrowd i icrowd
crowd with revolvers stood on the rear rearplatform rea r
i tplatform platform As s they passed p ssed several min minj minJrll mthpr
j Jrll pr > rB the latter hurled stones at them themfjFully
fjFully Fully fifty shots were tired from the thi C
train One of the boys hat was as struck
but no one was a hurt A A number of otahot8 o f fshots
shots struck the depot and several severalstruck severalstruc severa 1 1strucZ
struck struc a freight car on a sidetrack Not Notn NotIt No I Ia
n shot was fired by b the
miners who whowhere wh ha hawhere S Swhere
where the only ones left about the th C
depot excepting employes when the thestrikebreakers thestrikebteakers th e estrikebreakers
strikebreakers dismounted and an d ad adanced advanced ¬
vanced on the crowd More trouble Is I S
feared when the next section arrives arrivesLETTER arrivesLETTER arrivesLETTER
French Lick Ind Sent 2 2Thoma9 Thomas S
i1aggart Tagrgart chairman of ottpc the Democratic C
i committee said tonight ho had not re
1 Tcolved ClIcd as nsyct yet a letter from Charles A A
I ualsh alsh resigning as the member of the tb
J 1 national cOTnmltteeJrpnTi com mltte 1rpP1 Iowa and prior r
l o Its recclptOufdnot ecefptY o rdf f dJscuss it ito
Reaches Detroit This Morning MorningWHere MorningWliereThere MorningWUere
> WHere WliereThere There Will Be Day Dayand Dayand Dayand
and Night Reception ReceptionLANDS ReceptionLANDS ReceptionLANDS
New York Sept 2 2Escorted Escorted by bythe bytheNebraskan the
Nebraskan home folks more than a ahundred ahundred
hundred strong W J Bryan started on onthe
the home stretch of his progress around aroundthe aroundthe
the world in a special train of f five cars carswhich carswhich carswhich
which left Jersey City at 530 this aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon There was no demonstration demonstrationat
at the station but passengers in the thewaiting thewaiting thewaiting
waiting room introduced themselves to
Mr Bryan and shook hands with him
The special Is expected to reach De Detroit Dctrolt ¬
troit tomorrow morning and after a a
day and night reception will start at atmidnight atmidnIght atmidnight
midnight for Chicago where another anotherreception anoUerreception anothetreception
reception will be held Tuesday The T e
train Is scheduled to reach Lincoln
Neb Nebx Nebon x on Wednesday when a rousing rousi 3
reception reception Is promised by of Mayor Brown Brownwho Brownwho Brownwho
who headed the delegation of Nobras
Bryan Gives His Views ViewsOn ViewsOn ViewsOn
On the way over OV r the river in the th
ferry boat Mr Bryan smilingly said L
In an Interview InterviewSpeaking int InterviewSpeaking rvlew rvlewSpeaking
Speaking from a personal stand standpoint standpoint standpoint ¬
point the receptions accorded to me mewere mewere m mwere
were very gratifying Speaking from a apolitical apOlItical L Lpolitical
political standpoint I think that thqy th thshowed y yshowed
showed a a marked change In publlc publlcsentiment pubUcsentiment ublk ublksentiment
sentiment along the lines of economic economicquestions economicquestions econonikquestions
questions and especially those ques questions questiops questiops ¬
tiops relating to the trust issue The Theonly rrhaonly Tinonly
only unpleasantfeature unpleasant feature about there thereceptions thereceptlons thereceptions ¬
ceptions is that I have been so busy bus busspeaking
speaking and going from place to place
that I have not had time to shake
hands with all those who had come comegreat comtrrnt
great distances
The reception which my neighbors neighborsat
at a t home are preparing will be a great greatsatisfaction greatsatisfaction greatatisfaction
satisfaction s but it can hardly be more morecordial morecordial moreordial
cordial c than have been my receptions receptionsn
in I n the east eastKnows eastKnows eastKnows
Knows of No Dissenters DissentersReferring DissentersReferring DlsscntcrsReferring
Referring to the reported disagree disagreement dIsagreement disagreeent ¬
ment m ent with prominent Democrats With lto
his h is advocacy of the federal ownership
of o f railroads Mr Bryan said saidI
I have seen it stated that Worn romf romfn romient j
nd nent n ent nt men have protested against the theodtrine
doctrfne dO d odtrine trfne but
until the prominent p omlnent men mengive mengive
give g ive their names the objections cannot cannotave I
have h ave any an r influence I have not talked talkedmake talkedwith
with w i th aI1YDne 1habada who had a protest to tomak toake
make mak m ake But I have discussed the mat mater
ter t er both before and after aft r my speech speechwith speechwith
with w ith men wHo have hav agreed with me
I have talked the matter over for two twoyears twoyears twoears
years y ears or more moreMr morelIr moreMr1
Mr Bryan said that he was wa to speak speakn
in i n St Louis on September 11 Louis Louisville LouisvUte ¬
ville y ule September 12 Cincinnati Sep ¬
tember t 13 Radford Va September
15 1 5 He also Is to make two speeches speechesn
in i n North Carolina two In Alabama and
Tennessee but the dates have not as asyet asyet aset
yet y et been set He will give his time and andvoice an anvoice andoice
voice v oice to the congressional campaign campaignn
in i n October OctoberSpent OctoberSpent OctoberSpent
Spent Quiet Sunday SundayMr SundayBryan
Mr Bryan spent a comparatively comparativelyquiet
quiet q uiet Sunday mostly at the Victoria
hotel h otel where h hH received a number of ofvisitors ofvIsJtors
visitors v who called for a short chat and anda
a goodbye handshake Early in the theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon a Borough President Bird S
Coler arrived in an automobile and
took t Mr and Mrs Bryan to his home
in Brooklyn for luncheon Among
those t who called on Mr Bryan durki durkithe duriiS
the t he day were exGovernor Benton Mc ¬
Millan N illan of Tennessee Congressman
Ollie James ames of Kentucky John W
Tomllnson of Alabama Rufus R fus S
Rhoades of Alabama F A Hood of
Chattanooga Urey Woodson national nationalcommitteeman nationalcommitteeman
committeeman c from Kentucky Con Congressman Congressman ¬
gressman g ressman William Sulzer and Mrs 1lrsNorman
Norman E Mack lackPROGRAM
Mr Bryan Will Make Two Speeches Speechesto
to Assembled Thousands ThousandsDetroit
Detroit Sept 2 2Plans Plans for the he re reception reception ¬
ception c and entertainment of William WilIJamJ
J Bryan upon his visit to Detroit to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow were definitely completed to today ¬
day day1r
Mr Bryan and the party of Nebras Nebraskans NebrasJmns
hans accompanying him are scheduled scheduledto
to arrive here at noon They will be bemet bemet
met at the station by a reception r com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee composed of prominent local localand localand localand
and state Democrats and a d be escorted escortedI
to t o the Hotel Sadillac where Mayor MayorCodd MayorCodd Iaor IaorCodd
Codd will extend a formal formalwelcome formalwelcomeAfter welcome welcomeAfter welcomeAfter
After luncheon the party will be betaken betaken beaken
taken t to the state fair grounds where wherelIr whereMr
Mr Bryan will make makeI I a short address addressThe addressThe addressThe
The party will return to the city for tordinner fordinner
dinner and at 8 oclock Mr Bryan will willaddress w111address willaddress
address a mass meeting at the Light LightGuard LishtGuard LightGuard
Guard armory and an informal recep recep ¬
tion will follow He will leave for Chi Chicago Chlcagoat Chicago ¬
cago cagoat at 11 oclock oclockTHEIR oclockTH oclockTHEIR
Spoka Sept 2 2A A Spokesman Re Review Review Review ¬
view special from Curlew Wash says saysMartin saysMartln saysMartin
Martin Wonderlitch and William WilliamFullertbn WilliamFulIert WilliamFullerton
Fullerton FulIert n went to Republic yesterday yesterdayfor
for a load of lumber and started home homein homeIn
in I n an intoxicated condition Four miles milesfrom mUesfrom milesfrom
from town the team ran away Both Bothwere Bothwere Bothwere
were found dead their necks broken brokenthis brokenthis brokenthis
this morning Wonderllch comes from fromMoran fromMoran fromMoran
Moran Prairie near Spokane Both Bothmen Bothmen Bothmen
men lived on a ranch at Trout Creek Creeknine Creeknfne Creeknine
nine miles from RepubllcTWO Republic RepublicTWO RepublicTWO
Butte Mont Sept 2 2A A Miner spec special specIal specIa ¬
ial Ia from Livingston gives details of a adouble adouble adouble
double drowning at Yellowstone lake lakein lakein lakefl
in fl which W B Taylor a wellknown wellknowncitizen wellknowncttizen wellknowncitizen
citizen of Bozeman and a soldier soldiernamed Eoldienamed Eoldiernamed
named CharIeR Allen of Cincinnati lost losttheir losttheir losttheir
their lives With three ladles Taylor Taylorand Taylorand Taylorand
and Allen took a boat ride and when whenout whenout whenout
out but a l short tirno tho boat began beganleaking bcganlcaklnlr beganleaking
leaking BO 11I n badly that it capsized Tay Taylor Taybr ¬
lor 01 and Allen both tried to iswim vIm ashore nshorobut nnhorobut ashorebut
but were sero seized with cramps and sank sankThe flanltTho sankThe
The ladles clung to the boat and anc were wererescued wererceoued wererescued
rescued after tter great effort The mens menshnrtins menshntlfos menshnIInz
hnrtins weranot were not recovered
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Stuns S EightYearOld Eight YearOld Boy With Witha
a Brick Brickand and Then Buries BuriesHim BuriesHim BuriesHim
Him Alive AliveChicago AliveChicago AliveChicago
Chicago Sept 2 2Robert Robert Gordon Gordonaged Gordonaged Gordonged
aged a ged 16 today confessed that he struck struckJoseph struckJoseph struckoseph
Joseph J Rered 8 years old with a brick brickstunning brickstunning bricktunning
stunning s him and then buried him himalive himalive himlive
alive a live beneath the sidewalk in front of ofhis otI ofis
his I h is fathers home 2878 Archer avenue avenueTheyboys avcnueTheyboys avenuehey
Theyboys T hey boys body wasfound where Gor Gordon Gordon Goron ¬
don d on said he had buried ft After an in inestigatIon ¬
v by the police Gordon was wastaken wastaken wasaken
taken t into custody The absence of ofReed ofReed ofeed
Reed R eed Roy from his home was noticed noticedat noticedat
at a t 3 oclock Saturday afternopn attemo m and andsearch andsearch andearch
search s was immediately begun Gor Gordon Gordon Goron ¬
don d on led the father of the Reed boy boythrough boythrough boyhrough
through t the streets in the neighbor neighborhood nelghborhood neighborood ¬
hood h ood for several hours Finally Flna ly at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10clock
oclock o clock last night he took him to t where wherethe wherethe wherehe
the t he body was buried and assisted in indigging indigging inigging
digging d it up When taken to the sta station staion
tion t and questioned by the police Gor Gordon Gordon Gron
don d de on broke down and confessed that he heenticed heenticed henticed
enticed e the boy to the basement basementof of the theReed theRced theeed
Reed R Rh eed home mistreated him 11l1nal1d and when whenhe whenhe whene
he h J e attempted to escape struck him on onthe onthe onhe
the t he head with a brick He then buried buriedhim burledhim buriedim
him h im alive Five Fiveother other boys ranging rangingln ranginglnage in inage inge
f age a ge from 15 to 20 years old who had hadbeen hadbeen hadeen
been b een drinking with Gordon at the rear rearof rearof rearf
of o f the Reed home before the murder murderbecame murderbecame murderecame
became b ecame known were taken Into cus custody custody eusody ¬
tody t The Reed and Gordon families familieslive famUleslive familiesive
j live h near one another and have been beenfriends beenriends I
friends f for years
1 1LOS
Special Spe lal to The The Herald H rald
OgdenSept Ogden Sept 3 3Th TheLos Los Angeles lAm LtmIted lAmIted ¬
ited train No S eastbound on the the1Jnlon j
Vnlon 1Jnlon Pacific P clflc was wrecked at Wasatch Wasatchsixty Wasatchsixty Wasatchsixty
sixty miles ml1 s east of here about 1130 1130oclock 1130oclotk 1130oclock
oclock last evening The engine and five fivecarsv ff fhecats = e eears
ears were derailed Two employes emplo es and anda
a number of passeng pa sens > rs were injured InjuredThe
The accident happened while the train trainwas trainvas tralmiwas
was running at a high rate of speed on onwhat onwhat onwhat
what is known as the Wasatch hill The Theengine Thee Theengine
engine e glne jumped the track and was fol fol1awed folJawed ¬
lowed by b the five cars behind it A A spe special special spedial ¬
cial train left Ogden at 130 this Mon Monday lon londay ¬
day morning with Superintendent H V VHilliker VHihliker
Hilliker Assistant Superintendent H J JRoth JRoth JRoth
Roth Claim Agent Smith a number of
Los Angeles Cal Sept 2 2A A long longdistance longdistance longdistance
distance telephone message messagefrQm1Ioll messagefrQm1Iollrovla from Mon Monrovia Monrovia ¬
rovia states that Alfonso Albltre a aMexican a1Iexican aMexican
Mexican employed untillately until lately at the thePattinger thePattinser thePattinger
Pattinger Sanitarium this morning morningshot morningshot morningshot
shot and killed his wife and Is now nowhiding nowhiding nowhiding
hiding among the chaparral and cactus cactusof cactusof
of the San Gabriel river wash some somewhere som somwhere somewhere ¬
where between Monrovia and Irwin Irwindale Irwindale Irwindale
dale Through this jungle of breast breasthigh breasthigh breasthigh
high brush an armedband armed band of fifty men mensome mensome mensome
some in the saddle and some afoot afootcircled afootcircled afootcircled
circled and beat all day long but butthough butthough butthough
though they came upon the tracks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fugitive he hid successfully The Theman ThemaIl Themanhas
man manhas has relatives living near Whittier Whittierand Whittierand Whittierand
and it is the idea of the officers that thatin thatin thatIn
in tho darkness of tonight he will slip slipout
out of the wash and make his way to totheir totheir totheir
their habitation
other officials and physician aboard The Thewrecking Thewrecking Thewrecking
wrecking force from Evanston Wyo was wasstmt vtssent v s ssent
sent out to clear the wreck All traffic trafficwill trafficwlJI trafficwill
will be delayed from eight to twelve
hours Passenger train No No3 3 westbound
is behind the wreck wreckThe wreckThe
The wreckod wreck d train left Ogden at atoclock 7 7oclock 7Oclock
oclock last evening The cause of the
derailment is not known and the names namesof namesof namesof
of those injured cannot be learned at this
3 a m mIt It is learned that the electrician electricianon
on n the train whose name is Hanson was
injured about the legs and that the mall mallclerk manclerk mailclerk
clerk whose name cannot be learned was washurt wash washurt
hurt h rt in the back The engine turned tur turtle turtle turtie ¬
Albuquerque N M Sept 2 2A A report reportsubmitted reportsubmitted reportsubmitted
submitted to Governor Hagerman by ex experts experts cxperts ¬
perts who investigated the thoaffairs affairs of the theNew theNew theNew
New Mexico penitentiary states that there thereIs thereis
Is a shortage of 7000 000 in the funds of the
institution H Cr C Bursum who man managed mannged ¬
aged the affairs of the prison up to April L
12 last is held responsible by the ac accountants accountants accountants ¬
countants for the alleged shortage of offunds offunds
funds Bursum is also alsocl1arged charged with hav having having haylug ¬
ing destroyed the records recordsMINER recordsMINER recordsMINER
Goldfield Nev Sept 2 2J J J J Burns Burnscarman Burnscarman Burnsearnman
carman in the Combination Mine was waskilled waskilled wa wakilled
killed by an electric shock on the 200 200foot 200foot 200foot
foot level in the mine last night He Hewas Hewas H Hwas
was 26 years old and came from Halley HQile r rIdaho
Idaho A brother Ed Burns lives at atEureka atEureka ai aiEureka
Eureka Utah
W J Bryan and d James Dablm Dahlman n Omahas Cowboy Mayor on Nebraa Nebras Delegations ka Tug New York ork Bay
Boise Thronged With Iith Irrigation IrrigationAdvocates IrrigationAdvocates IrrigationAdvocates
Advocates From All Over OverI
j the theCountry theCountryCITY CountryCITYIS Country CountryCITY
Boise Bois Ida Sept 2 2The The fourteenth an annual arlual anflual
nual ual session sossl n of f the th National Irrigation IrrigationCongress IrrigationConsress IrrigationCongrets
Congress will convene tomorrow morning
A large number of delegates delegates have ar arrived arrhed arrived ¬
rived and nd others are on trains that will willarrive w1l1arrive willarrive
arrive durlnlg the night The city has hasbeen hasben hasbeen
been gaily decorated for the occasion and andpresents andpletl1t andpresomith
presents an attractive atttactl appearance a1 >
Governor ljara 1aniee < e of Ualilorma presi ¬
dent of congress was not able to come comeand comeand comeand
and the gatnering g tJ1 ring will be called to order
by b H W V ShurtiuTe ShUrt11 f of Ogden vice presi president preStGont presmcent ¬
dent dentVice GontVice
Vice President Fairbanks and party part will willarrive wUJarrive willarrive I
arrive in the early morning Governor Gov rnor
G Uooding odlng and all Senator uubois have gone
to Pocatello to meet him himWhen himhen himWhen
When hen the congress conSre assembles a umbles addresses addressesof addre8 e eof I Iof
of welcome will be delivered by Governor I Iloudmg
Hooding Senator Dubois and Mayor
Pinney lllIle liiiiey responses r being by b Governor GovernorChamberlain GovornurCh Governorchamoerlain
Chamberlain Ch muerJaln of Oregon Senator Clapp
j of Minnesota and Juujjc JUU C Cyrus Cru Happy u ua
Washington Washingtoni WathingtonGreeting a hlngton hlngtonGreeting
i Greeting by Roosevelt RooseveltThe Roosevelthe RooseveltThe
The he first business of the session will
be the reading readiugof of a letter of greeting sent
by President Roosevelt It twill will be read readby
by Gifford Pinchot head of the forest forestservice forestService foresiservice
service who is the bearer of the com communication communication cornmunicatiomi ¬
munication An address by Vice Presi President President
dent Fairbanks will follow The after afternoon afternoon tfternoon ¬
noon session will be held at the Columbia
theatre instead of the Riverside Park
theatre thcatreas as th the latter will be used by the theunion tinunion i iunion
union labor men for their Labor Day exj ex exerches cxercises
ercises ercisesFour erchesFour ercisesFour
Four special cars bearing baa b ring the Califor California California California ¬
nia delegation arrived during the night nightand nightand nightand
and early in the morning the Oregon dele delegates delesates delegates ¬
gates with members of the Oregon De Development Development ¬
velopment league will arrive on a special specialtrain specialtrain speciatrain L
train The Utah delegates will alsocome alsocomein also come comein comein
in the morning on a special specialSenator specialSnator
Senator Carter of Montana has been beentalked beent beettz1ked 1
talked t < 111 ed of for chairman of the convention conventionbut conventionbut
but a counter movement has been started startedin I
in favor of Senator Dubois There are aresix aresix ar arsix i
six places talked of for the next congress congressThese congressThese congressThese
These are Denver De ner Reno Santa Fe Bose Boseman Boseman
man man North Yakima and Deadwood Deadwoodlliere Dead wood wood111ere
lucre has been some suggestion that the themeeting themeeting tliimeeting i
meeting be held in the national capital capitalbut eapitalbut capitalbut
but that doesnot does not meet with withfavor withfavorThere favor favorThere favorThere
There will be an Interesting contest be between between ber ¬
tween several localities for the prize for forthe forthe fo r
the display of fruit TJtah Is making makingstrong a astrong astrong 1
strong effort to capture It Several lo localities localities 10calitics ¬
calities have have good exhibits and the con contest contest contest ¬
test is likely 111el r to be close
William Wells of San Francisco FranciscoShoots FranciscoShoots
Shoots His Wife and Man M Named NamedJones NamedJones
Jones and Kills Himself HimselfOakland HimselfOakland
Oakland Cal Sept 2WI11Iam 2 William WilliamWells 1V1lliamVeUs
Wells a negro teamster of San Fran Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco this afternoon shot his wife sev several several severa ¬
eral era times inflicting mortal wounds woundsfired woundsfired woundsfired
fired three shots into the abdomen of ofEdward orEdward
Edward D Jones a colored stevedore stevedoreand steyedoreand
and then sent a bullet through his own ownbrain ownbrain ownbrain
brain brainThe brainThe brainThe
The tragedy took place at 759 Camp ¬
bell street the home of John Austin Austinwhere AustInwhere Austinwhere
where Wells Tells wife wasboarding was boarding Mrs MrsWells MrsWells Irs IrsWelts
Wells recently left her husband and re refused refused refused
fused to live with him Shortly after
1 oclock today Wells called at Austins Austinshome Austlnshome Austinshome
home and asked for his wife She not notbeing notbeing notbeing
being in at theotime the time he waited for her herto herto herto
to return She arrived half an hour hourlateraccompanled hourlateraccompanled hourlateraccompanied
lateraccompanled by Jones JonesWells JonesWens JonesWells
Wells requested his wife to step into intothe intothe intothe
the parlor where he asked her to re return return return ¬
turn to him She refused and her hus husband husband husband ¬
band shot her the ball taking effect effectin effectin
in her breast The woman ran scream screamIng screamIng screamIng
Ing to the kitchen followed by byWeUs byWeUswho Wells Wellswho Wellswho
who fired three shots at Jones all tak ¬
ing effect effectThe effectlhe effectThe
The infuriated infuri ted man then turned and andagain andagain 1 1again
again began shooting at his wife After Aftershe Aftershe Afteishe
she fell unconscious Wells reloaded his hisrevolver hisrevoher hitrevolver
revolver and with insane fury fired firedshot fir d dshot I Ishot
shot after shot into her body Then Thenplacing Thenplacing Thenplacing
placing the gun against hit left tern temple ternpIe ternple ¬
ple he sent the last bullet In the re revolver revolver revolver ¬
volver through his brain brainJones brainJones brainJones
Jones and Mrs Irs Wells were taken to toa toa te tea
a hospital where the attending phy physicians physicians physiclans ¬
sicians stated that neither could re recover recover recover ¬
cover The woman statedthat she had hadmarried hadmarried ha 1 1married I
married Wells in Stockton
and left him 1 t
because of his continued abuse and andcruelty andcruelty ai I Icruelty I
cruelty crueltyHANGING crueltyHANGING
Efforts to Pull the Transport Sher Sheridan Sheridan Sheridan ¬
idan Off Abandoned AbandonedWill Will Prob Probably Probably Probably ¬
ably Be Total loss lossHonolulu LossHonolulu LossHonolulu
Honolulu Sept 2 2Etrort3 Efforts to pull the tb
transport Sheridan off the rocks have havebeen hay haybeen I
been abandoned and It is now believed believedthat beHevedthat ithat I
that the vessel will be a total loss The Thepeople Thepeople Th a apeople i
people aboard the Sheridan spent the thenight thenight tb C Cnight j
night In darkness the lighting machin machinery machlnery macbincry ¬
ery being disabled It is reported that thatthere thatthere tthere t
there Is now water In the th vessel abov abovethe abovthe e ethe i
the fire rooms The transport appears appearsto S Sto 3
to be pierced amidships by b the rock on onwhich onwhich oi ii iiwhich 1
which she hangs hangsSteamers hangsSteamers hangsSteamers
Steamers are now removing the cargo 0 3
from the Sheridans cold storage s orage and andvaluables lndvaluables tn d dvaluables 3
valuables It Is planned to anchor tho th 2
Sheridan and cable for orturthlr further assist assistance nssIstnnce assistance ¬
ance anceHonolulu nnceHonolulu
Honolulu Sept 2 2The The abandonment abandonmentof I Iof 4
of the transport Sheridan which went wenton werm ent enton Lt Lton 1
on the rocks a few days ago was be begun begun begun ¬
gun this evening cyenlngThe The tugs have hn ve taken a 1
been endeavoring to pull the Sheridan Sheridanoff n noff 1
off are leaving and all the baggage has ha s
been removed from the stranded vessel vesse IL
It is reported that there Js now four ¬
teen feet of water In the hold of the th C B
0 0Not
Not Yet Confirmed ConfirmedWashington ConfirmedWashington ConfirmedWashington
Washington Sept 2 2A A telegram re received received rcceived ¬
ceived at the state department from from n i
Sleeper American charge at Havana 1 i
today stated that the reported upris I ¬
ing In Santiago province had not been beenconfirmed beenconfirmed bee fl flconfirmed n
confirmed and added that It was be bc bcIleved ¬
lieved that the report was due > to the thecrossing thecrossing t1 IC ICcrossing e
crossing over of ota a small band from trot fl n
Santa Clara Province
Salt Lake L ke Organizations Will WillHave WillHave WILLHave
Have Extended Program at atx atSalt atSalt
x Salt Palace PalacePARADE PalacePARADE PalacePARADE
4 4 I 444 I + 44444444444mL411 i I t tThe
4 4 The Labor day parade wllXorm at +
41030 4 1030 oclock this morning mornln morning at the thei thet +
i t i > Federation of Labor hall Fourth +
HSouth 1 South and State streets The Hnf Iinpof hinof > + f
> of march will be north on State StatestrCQt 4 +
4 + 4 street from Fourth South to Third +
+ South street thence west on Third + >
+ f South to Main street tre t thence north on 4 f
+ 4 Main strefet str t to Brigham Youngs Youngsmonument Youngsmonument +
+ f monument thence countermarch countermarchs2uth + f
+ 4 4 sguth on Main street to the Salt y 4
+ f Palace PalaceHtttt 4 4Twentysix +
+ Htttt + + + + 44 t + + t + 4 t + f 4 t ± e + ± t f t t + t + f f 1Twentysix t t tTwent
Twentysix Twent slx affiliated trade unions 3000 3000strong 31110strong 3OWstrong
strong will ihI form In lin of march at 1030 1030oclock 1030oclock 1O3oclock
oclock this morning at the Federation uf ufLabor If IfLabor <
Labor halls and celebrate the working workingmans workingmans workingmans
mans holiday The details of o tlM t1 th paradft paradftwere paradAwere paradwere
were perfected yMtflrrday mornhl morning when whenthe Whllthe wheithe
the Labor dny committee met in labor
halls It promises promh es to be the greatest c P Pebratlon pI pIebratlon
ebratlon given in Salt Lake and evtrv evtrvunion PHVunion evrvunion
union has been asked to be repre repreeented repreeentedForming nt nte < Kl < 1 1Forming
Forming at the Federation building the thecolumn thlcolumn ttiacolumn
column will move north on State street streetto strPftto
to Third South street thence west on onThird 01Third ntThird
Third South street to Main street and andthence an anthence anilthence
thence north to the Brigham toung mon monument monument menument ¬
ument where theprocession will counter countermarch counttrmarch countermarch ¬
march to the Salt Palace rhe judges judgesstand jndgsstand
stand will be In front of the Federal Federalbuilding Federalbuilding Federalbuilding
building and prizes will be awarded to tothe t tthe < >
the Jjest appoofing organization in pa parade parade parade ¬
rade Nearly every union has built a afloat 3float afloat
float representing its members in their thHrdaily thl11da1Jy theirdaily
daily walks in life and the competition competitionamong competitionamong competitionamong
among them for or the prize showing is iskeen iskeen iskeen
keen keenAfter keenAfter keenAfter
After the parade the afternoon celebra celebration ce1 celebrathin bra bratfon ¬
thin will be held at the Salt Palace wh where whpraathletic whereathletic > re reathletic
athletic sports will be hfeld d In the even evening eyenIng evening ¬
ing there wilKbe wilY w1l be dancing and prizes will willbe wUlbe willbe
be given forahe for the best waltzers waltzersThe waltzersrne waltzersrhe
The Labor day da celebration will clo clothe clMA clMAthe clothe
the season at the resorts The banks banksstores bankstores banksstores
stores and business houses will close thiir thiirdoors thlirdoors thtirdoors
doors to allow an ow their employes to atterl attendthe atterlthe atterlthe
the celebration The poatofflce will ob observe u1senre observe ¬
serve the following hours hoursThe hoursThe hoursThe
The money mone order window will be closed closedall cIosIdaJl closedall
all day da The box window inquiry divi division dlislon di dision ¬
sion general delivery dellyer forwarding depart department department departmont ¬
ment stamp window and registry division divisionwill tIlYIsiNlwill thviaionwill
will be open from 11 a a m until 1 p m mThe mThe mThe
The carriers will make One ne morning de delivery dflIYer thIlycry ¬
livery lIYer covering the entire city cl The hot hott hottdelivery l ldelivery 1deUer
delivery deUer and collection COn UOt1 will w tl be made at
9 a m
Labor Union Sports SportsTIUI SportsThe
The Th labor unions TIUI will ii hold i their their prn pr o
gram g ram of sports at the Salt Palace A spe special sp spat ¬
cial d at wire giving returns retu ns by rounds on th thGansNelson thf thfGansNElson thapsNelson <
GansNelson G fight at Goldfield will be in installed tnstaUed intalled ¬
stalled s on onthe the front stetMrofthe ste1Mfof stel ofthe the theater theaterThe theatlIhe theaterhe
The T he program for the celebration was wastprinted wasprinted wasrinted
Tp printed p rinted In The Herald yesterday yesterdayAt
At Lagoon the Labor day committee committeehave commfttlehare committeeave
have h ave arranged for two sixround boxing boxingmatches boxin boxinmatches boxingmatches
matches The contestants are Terry Da Davis Davis Pais ¬
vis v is of Salt Lake and Joe Green of Chi Chicago hi hicaso hiago ¬
ago c and Jack Christy ChrI5t and Kid Bern Bernstein Blrnstein Berttein ¬
stein s cs of Salt Lake A baseball game will wiUbe willbe wille
be b e played in the afternoon between th thOBountiful timountiful j jBountiful
Bountiful B and Garland teams teamsThree teamgThree tenmThree
Three harness and one running event eventwill evt eventwill > nt ntwill
will be pulled off during the afternoon ou outhe onthe otthe
the t he Wandamere raco track The races raceswill mctswill raceswill
will start at 2 oclock and a number lit litthe if ifhe f fthe
the t he animals entered have raced in Salt SaleLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake before beforeFortyFive beforeGRANO beforeGRAND
FortyFive Ships of War in Po Positions Positions Positions
sitions Assigned Them Themat Themat Themat
at Oyster Bay BayOyster BayOyster r rOystet
Oyster Bay Sept 2 2The The United UnitedStates UnitedStates Un1teStates
States Atlantic fleet is ready for In Inspection inspection inspection ¬
spection of President Roosevelt when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the greatest American naval review in inhistory Inhistory inhistory
history takes place The fortyfive fortyfiveships fortYfiveships fortyfiveships
ships were In the th positions assigned assignedthem assignedthem assignedthem
them at noon They lie In three col columns columns columus
umns east and west Just outside the theentrance theentrance theentrance
entrance to Oyster Bay In Long Island Islandsound Islandsound Islandsound
sound soundJust soundJust
Just before dark the Dolphin flying fiylngthe flyingthe
the flag flagof of the secretary of the navy navysteamed navysteamed
steamed IntQ ths harbor and anchored anchoredThe anFhoredThe anhoredThe
j The M4k35flQ3y0h l rq r i which Vl1i h is to carry carryPresident carryPresident carryPresideift
President Roosevelt lies he tonight where wherehe wherehe
he will board her In mn the he morning In Inthe Inthe inthe
the harbor of Columbia Grove A num number number
ber of dispatch boats also are In the theharbor theharbor tiicharbor
harbor for readiness ss In the morning morningThe morningThe
The presidents guests tonight at Saga Sagamore Sagamore Sagamore
more hill include the secretary of the thenavy thena thenavy
navy na y and Mrs Bonaparte Speck Von VonSternburg VOIlSternburg VonSternburg
Sternburg the German ambassador ambassadorand ambassadorand ambassadorand
and Surgeon Surg on General Rixey RixeyHarbor RixeyHarbor
Harbor Is Crowded Cro CrowdedAlthough ded dedAlthough
Although a brisk breeze was blowing blowingand blowingand
and threatening rain the anchorage anchorageground anchorageground
ground of the fleet was a place of great greatattraction greatattraction greatattraction
attraction til day for pleasure craft of orevery ofevery
every description de cripUon The harbor tonight tonightIs
Is crowded with every type of craft craftthat craftthat
that can be pressed into service tomor tomorrow tomorrow
row rowOyster Oyster Oyster1 y Bay is overwhelmed with withguestsThe withguests
guests guestsThe yThe Ihe single hotel turned crowds crowdsa crowdsaway
away a wa r supperless tonight tonightIn
In making the review the Mayflower Mayflowerwill
will with President Roosevelt on onboard onboard onboard
board steam to the head of the center centercolumn centeolumr centercolumn
column olumr then along Its south side and andbetween andhetween andhetween
hetween it and the torpedo craft form forming forming
Ing the first column which lies nearest nearestthe nearestthe nearestthe
the shore In going down the line the thepresident thepmesldent
president will pass and receive the sa sal salutes
lutes l tes of twelve battleships eight cruis cruisers cruisem
ers em and four monitors The Mayflower Mayflowerwill
will then turn the column circle the thentlre the111t1re thet1re
111t1re ntlre t1re fleet and take up a position to toth tothe
the th east of Admiral Evans flagship flagship1Iaine
Maine thus heading the whole fleet fleetHere fleetHere fleetHere
Here the official calls by the command commanders comm nd nders ¬
ers of each ship will 111 be paid to the pres president presIdent
Ident who will entertain the command commanders
era em and his guests on the Mayflower Mayflowerat
at luncheon A salute In unison from fromthe frontthe
the entire fleet will be fired when the thepresident thepresident
president comes within withl1 withinfignallng A lgnaling ignal lng dis distance distance
tance and as the th MayfloVer Mayfl t clear olep1S clep the tbestern thestern
stern of each ship another an tler salute of
twentyone guns will ce oV fired by the theship theshlprevlewed theship
ship shlprevlewed reviewed
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