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Constant C on t ntan and d persistent j ad advertising a d ¬ TTTT I Q A T TT < T A TTT7 Advertising Ad ertisirig is like > throwing th1o g a arubber
I vertising is a sure prelude to towealth T FIlE IrLc R E ojeJbl S SALT T JLAJJi L LAIiE H IIERALD I E LD rubber it the ball quicker theharder it conies you youthrow back backThe throw throwit
wealth wealthStephen Stephen Girard
0 0Established The TheFoiiith Fourth Estate EstateEstablished EstateEstablished
J Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY I OCTOBER 7 1907 10 PAGES Price PricePiveCents Five Cents
DEATH DEATHTwenty i
0 FOR FOUR MEN MENTwenty MENTwenty
Twenty Others Fatally Injured Injuredand Injuredand Injuredand
and Two Score or More Se Seriously Seriously Seriously ¬
riously Hurt HurtUPSETTING HurtUPSETTING HurtUPSETTING
UPSETTING OF METAL POT POTHORRIBLE POTHORRIBLE POTHORRIBLE
HORRIBLE ACCIDENT AT STAND STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD
ARD STEEL WORKS WORKSButler WORKSButler
1 1Butler
Butler Pa Oct 6 GAn An explosion explosioncaused explosioncaused explosioncaused
caused by the upsetting of the metal metalpot metalpot metalpot
pot in No 1 cupola of the Standard StandardSteel StandardSteel StandardSteel
Steel company today caused the death deathof deathof deathof
of four men fatally injured twenty twentyand twentyand twedtyand
and seriously hurt twenty others othersXearly othersNearly othersNearly
Nearly all the men were foreigners foreignersThe
The large wheel whe l plant was demol demolished demolIshcd demolIshed ¬
ished causing a loss estimated at 100
000
The Dead DeadNick DeadNick DeadNick
Nick Dorna DornaNicholas DornaNicholas DornaNicholas
Nicholas Blotar BlotarJohn BlotarJohn BiotarJohn
John Verreck VerreckUnidentified VerreckUnidentified VerreckUnidentified
Unidentified man manThe manfhe manhe
The he condition of the men Injured is ispitiable IsplUable ispitiable
pitiable Although still alive the fea features features features ¬
tures of a majority are mutilated be beyond beond beyond ¬
yond ond recognition The hot metal was wasshowered wasshowered wasshowered
showered over them causing horrible horribleinjuries horribleInJuries horribleinjuries
injuries Arms fingers and ears were weretorn weretorn weretorn
torn off and a number of men lost losteyes losteyes losteyes
eyes burned out Several men are in inthe Inthe inthe
the hospital with their legs burned In Into Into Into ¬
to a crisp
Metal Pot Upset UpsetThe UpsetThe UpsetThe
The explosion was caused by the up upsetting upsetting upsetting ¬
setting of a metal pot In the cupola cupolawhich cupolawhich cupolawhich
which contained 5000 pounds of molten moltenmetal moltenmetal moltenmetal
metal ready for casting A span in inthe Inthe inthe
the pot broke allowing the liquid iron ironto ironto
to spill over the wet sand An explosion explosionfollowed explosionollowed explosioniollowed
followed so quickly that not one of the theworkmen theworkmen theworkmen
workmen in the building had a chance chanceto
to escape Streams of the burning burningmetal burningm burningmetal
metal m tal poured out on the workmen workmensome workmensome workmensome
some of whom were literally engulfed engulfedand engulfedand engulfedand
and literally cooked Twenty men near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the cupola had every shred of cloth clothing clothIng clothing ¬
ing blown off by the explosion Many Manywere Manywere Manywere
were burled under the wreckage and andwere andwere andwere
were not rescued for an hour after the thecatastrophe thecatastrophe thecatastrophe
catastrophe Buildings in the city
from the force of the explosion shiv shivered shl shlered shivered ¬
ered as as s if shaken by an earthquake earthquakeand
and people rushed from their homes homespanic homespanic homespanic
panic stricken strickenAwful strickenAwful strickenAwful
Awful Suffering SufferingWhen SufferingWhen SufferingWhen
When flames flam s shot from the burning burningcar
car works ten thousand frtm people rushed rushedto
to the scene blocking streets and in interfering Interfering interfering ¬
terfering with fire companies and am ambulances ambulances ambulances ¬
bulances Through lack of room many manyof manyot manyof
of the Injured were compelled to lie Henaked liet1aked lieriaked
naked forari for foraihour an hour on cotsin cotslnthe the street streetcars streetcarsbef streetcars
cars carsbef before r reaching the hospital At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the gate of the car plant men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women struggled to gain admission and andwere andwere andwere
were kept out only by b the assistance of ofa ofa ofz
z a force of policemen In the crush crushmany crushmany crushmany
many women were injured and their theircries theircries theircries
cries of pain and anguish could be beheard beheard beheard
heard blocks away The car wheel wheelplant wheelplant wheelplant
plant was finished last year at a cost costof costof costof
of 200000 The wrecked cupola alone alonecost alonecost alonecost
cost 30000 The car works proper propercosting propercosting propercosting
costing 3000000 was in danger of de destruction destruction destruction ¬
struction but the fire department soon soonhad soonhad soonhad
had the blaze under control
POLICEMAN SHOOTS SHOOTSWITH SHOOTSWITH SHOOTSWITHFATAL
WITH WITHFATAL FATAL EFFECT EFFECTNew EFFECTNeW
New York Oct 6 6I5aac Isaac Jaffe Junior Juniormember juniormember juniormember
member of the firm of Jaffe Co ci cigar cigar cigar ¬
gar manufacturers of Brooklyn was wasshot wasshot wasshot
shot and nd instantly killed tonight by Pa Patrolman Patrolman Patrolman ¬
trolman Shuttleworth In Saratoga park parkWllllamsburg parkl1l1amsbutg parkWilliamsburg
Wllllamsburg The patrolman was waslocked waslocked waslocked
locked up charged with homicide He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said the shooting was accidental He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that about twelve young men were wereannoying wereannoying wereannoying
annoying people In the park and among
them was Jaffe He placed Jaffo un under under under ¬
der arrest and was starting ztartin off to the thestation thestation thestation
station with him when several friends friendsof
of the prisoner came to his rescue They
kicked him and beat him with his own ownstick ownstick ownstick
stick the policeman says s s In the fight fightJaffe tightJaffe fightTaffo
Jaffe broke away and ran across the thelawn thelawn thelawn
lawn Shuttelworth drew his revolver revolverand revoherand revolverI
I and fired ho asserts In the air Jaffe Jaffedropped Jaffedropped Jaffedropped
dropped dead with a bullet bulietinhis in his brain brainEFFORT brainEFFORT brainEFFORT
EFFORT TO SETTLE THE THESTRIKE THESTRIKE THESTRIKE
STRIKE AT TONOPAH TONOPAHTonopah TONOPAHTonopah TONOPAHTonopab
Tonopah Nev Oct 6 GThe The Tonopah TonopahGoldfleld TonopahGoldfield TonopahGoldfleld
Goldfleld Railroad company made a aproposal nproposal aproposal
proposal to former employes through throughI
I the board of trade that they would take takeall takeall takeall
all men back at their old standing with withthe withthe withthe
the exception of Conductor Cowan who whowas whowas whowas
was discharged for insubordination insubordinationFurther Insubordlnatloni insubordinationFurther
Further two other men must go These Thesewero Thesewore i
wero not named but butthelr their names were wereplaced wereplaced wereplaced
placed in a sealed envelope with the theagreement theagreement theagreement
agreement that If their resignations resignationswould resignationswould resignationswould
would be received they would be given givenclearances glenclearances givenclearances
clearances which would entitle them to togo togo togo
go to work on any other railroad with without without without ¬
out prejudice A committee from the theemployes theemployes theemployes
employes met and agreed to accept the thesacrifice thesacrlce thesacritico
sacrifice of Cowan but would not agree agreeto agreeto agreeto
to forcing out two other men
Stamboul La Oct 6 6The The president presidentspent presidentspent presidentspent
spent the day quietly In his camp on onTensas onTensas onTensas
Tensas bayou with the Intention of be beginning beinning beginning ¬
ginning his hunt early tomorrow This Thisreport Thisreport Thisreport
report Is not official but cornea through throughnatives throushnatives throughnatives
natives who ho are keeping as close an eye eyeupon eeupon eyeupon
upon themovements the movements of the chief execu executive executle executive ¬
tive as the courtesies will permit permitAt permitAt permitAt
At 5 oclock Assistant SecretaryLatta SecretaryLattawho Secretary Latta Lattawho
who is located about ten miles from the thecamp thtcamp thecamp
camp reported to the theress iress ress represents representafctlves repr represents1tives sentll sentllt
fctlves t 1tives thes here that he has not received a aword aword aword
< word from his chief since he landed in incamp Incamp incamp
camp but he added that he was certain certainthat certainthat certainthat
that he hohad had not attended atte led church Res Residents Residents Residents ¬
idents who heard this thi statement con confirmed confirmed confinned ¬
firmed it because there is they say sa no nochurch nochurch nochurch
church for him to attend attendA attendA attendA
A Canvas Village VillageThere VillageThere VillageThere
There is quite a canvas village where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the camp Is pitched It consists ofseven ofseventents ofseentents ofseventents
tents most of which are occupied as liv living livIng living ¬
ing apartments by the president and his hisparty hisparty hisparty
party The presidents own tent is a awalled awalled awalled
walled structure about fifteen feet feetsquare feetsquare feetsquare
square and andthere > there is a large mess tentand tent tentand tentand
and a cooking tent floored The pres president presIdent presidcnt ¬
ident has been supplied suppll d with a big bay bayhorse bayborseby bayhorse
horse borseby by Manager 1J nager Shields of the Parker Parkerplantations Parkerplantations ParkerplantaUon5
plantations but will not use him when whenea whengn whenU
ea U the bunt trained ponies pan Ie being sup
FATAL QUARREL QUARRELLouis
AI SUNNYSIDE SUNNYSIDEL
Louis L uis Saresena Killed by John JohnTallericod JohnTallericod JohnTallericod
Tallericod in a Saloon in the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Coal Camp CampVICTIM CampVICTIM CampVICTIM
VICTIM FIRED THREE SHOTS SHOTSTHEN SHOTSTHEN SHOTSTHEN
THEN RECEIVED BULLET FROM FROMHIS FROMHIS
1
HIS OWN GUN GUNSpecial GUNSpecial GUNSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice HeraldPrice
Price Utah Oct 6 GAt At Sunnyside Sunnysidelast
last night Louis Saresena anItalian anItaliancoal an anltaiiancoal Italian Italiancoal
coal miner was murdered with his own owngun owngun owngun
gun by John Tallericod a fellow coun countryman countryman countryman ¬
tryman Saresena Joseph Granda Grandannd GrandanndTalJerlcod and andTallericod andTallericod
Tallericod were ere at the saloon of the theSunnyside theSunnyside theSunnyside
Sunnyside Liquor company Tibout bout 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock and were discussing matters In Inconnection Inconnection inconnection
connection with the Italian lodge of the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp The discussion in their own owntongue owntongue owntongue
tongue grew heated when Saresena Saresenadrew Saresenadrew Saresenadrew
drew his automatic revolver and fired firedthree tlr firedthree < > d dthree
three shots at Tallericod but none of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them took effect effectTallericod etrcctTallericod effectTallericod
Tallericod Was Quick QuickWith QuickVlth QuickWith
With catlike agility Tallericod Tallericodgrabbed Tallerlcodgrabbed Tallericodgrabbed
grabbed the sixshooter from Saresena Saresenaand Saresenaand Saresenaand
and with the latters own fUn Un put one onebullet onebullet onebullet
bullet through Saresenas head and the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second through his right side After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the shooting Tallericod and Granda left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the saloon and have not since been seen seenor seenor seenor
or heard of by the officers Owing to tothe tothe tothe
the telephone line being in bad b d order orderthe orderthe orderthe
the news n ws did not reach Sheriff Kelter Kelterat
at Price until late this morning morningIt
It Is the belief that the murderer and andGranda andGranda andGranda
Granda left the coal camp Immediately Immediatelyafter Immedlatelafter Immediatelyafter
after the murder and went to the hills hillsbehind hillsbehind hillsbehind
behind Sunnyside where they are In Inhiding Inhiding inhiding
hiding at some sheep camp temporarily temporarilyor
or have gone to some of their country countrymen countrymen countrymen ¬
men who may be in the hills hunting huntingat
at this season of the year Sheriff Kel Kelter Kelter Kelter
ter has telegrams out as far as Grand GrandJunction GrandJunction GrandJunction
Junction to the east and Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and Intermediate points to the west westand westand westand
and believes he will get Tallericod and andGranda andGranda andGranda
Granda before many hours have haveelapsed haveelapsed haveelapsed
elapsed It may be however that they theyare the theare theyare
are in hiding with countrymen in the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp as this is not infrequently the thecase thecase thecase
case with the Italian population when whensuch whensuch whensuch
such trouble occurs occursDead occursDead occursDead
Dead Man the Aggressor AggressorFrom AggressorFrom AggressorFrom
From all accounts Saresena was the theaggressor theaggressor theaggressor
aggressor The men are ar all compara comparatively comparatively comparatively ¬
tively new in the camp earn and little Httlels Httlelsknown is isknown Isknown
known of them by the Italian popula population population population ¬
tion there It is possible that the mur murder murder murder ¬
der is the settlement of some feud from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the old country of which no one hero heroknows h hereknows re reknows
knows anything Sheriff Kelter will to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow make a search of every for foreigners forelgn foreignors ¬
eigners elgn rs house at Sunnyside to satisfy satisfyhimself satlsf satlsfhimself satisfyhimself
himself whether Tallericod and Granda Grandaarc Grandaare
are in seclusion seclusionKICKED seclusionKICKED seclusionkICKED
KICKED AND SHOT TO DEATH DEATHMob
Mob of 100 Men Wreaks Vengeance Vengeanceon
on Negro Who Killed 1 illed Police Policeman Foliceman Policeman ¬
man in Maryland Maryl d
Cumberland CumberlanC < C Md Oct 6 GThe The first firstlynching firstlynching firstlynching
lynching in tne history of Cumberland Cumberlandoccurred Cumberlandoccurred Cumberlandoccurred
occurred early today toda For shooting Po Policeman Policeman P0liceman ¬
liceman August Banter Thursday night nightAVilliam nightVlllfam nightWilliam
AVilliam Burns a negro desperado was waskicked waskicked waskicked
kicked and shot to death deathOnly deathOnly deathOnly
Only Deputy eputy Sheriff Pendley Pendle was at atthe atthe atthe
the Jail when after midnight a hundred hundredmen hundredmen hundredmen
men a few of whom were disguised dlssulsedde dlssulseddemanded de demandeo demanded
manded the keys These being refused refuseda
a telegraph pole was used as a batter battering batterIng battering ¬
ing ram and entrance to the building buildingwas
was forced Other negroes In neighbor neighborIng neighboring i
Ing cells were careful to guide the lynch lynchers lynchem I Iers
ers to that of Burns and here again the thebattering thei thebattering
battering ram was used The lynchers lynchersfound lynchersfound I Ifound
found their victim crouched behind his hiscot hiscot
cot and seizing him by the feet dragged draggedhim draggedhim draggedhim I
him Into the street where within a few fewyards fewards fewyards
yards ards of the Jail Burns was tyas kicked and andshot andshot I
shot to death Rev W C Hicks HI < ks did didhis didhis didhis
his best to save the negro negro and after afterwords afterwords afterwords ¬
words protected the body until the ar arrival arrival tfrhal ¬
rival of Judge A H Boyd Bo d and the po police pollee police ¬
lice Judge Boyd ordered the crowd to todisperse todIsperse todisperse
disperse and he was obeyed The body bodywaa bod bodwas bodywas
was removed to an undertaking estab establishment establishment establishment ¬
lishment and ten thousand persons personsviewed personsviewed personsviewed
viewed it today todaySUSPICION toda todaSUSPICION todaySUSPICION
SUSPICION AROUSED AROUSEDAND AROUSEDAND AROUSEDAND
AND JAP LOCKED UP UPNagasaki UPNagnsakl UPNagasaki
Nagasaki Oct Oct6Durlng 6 GDuring During the trip of the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer Minnesota on which Secretary of ofWar ofVar ofWar
War Var William H Taft and his party part were werepassengers iere ierepass werepassengers
passengers pass ngers from Kobe to this port a Jap JapSnese Japitnes6 Japkaneso
Snese passenger was imprisoned in his hiscabin hiscabin hiscabin
cabin by order of the captain of the ves vessel vessel yessd ¬
sel sd on account of his suspicious notions notionsHe notionsHo notionsHe
He said he was a member of the Taft Taftparty Taftpart Taftparty
party part He was turned over to the police policehere polleehere policehere
here and it was developed that the th man roanhad man11nd manhad
had been drinking The affair was exag exaggerated exaggerated exaggerated ¬
gerated Into an attempt to Injure Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Taft TaftLORD TaftLORD TaftLORD
LORD BRAMPTON DEAD DEADLondon DEADLondon DEADLondon
London Oct O t 6 6Lord Lord Brampton who whowas whowas whowas
was Sir Henry Hawkins Is dead aged
90 years ears He won great fame as counsel counselIn
In the Tlchborne case
NO CHURCH TO ATTEND ATT ND SO ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTSPENT ROOSEVELTSPENT ROOSEVELTSPENT
SPENT SUNDAY QUIETLY IN HIS CAMP
pUed for this purpose The hunting force forceof forceof forceof
of the party has ha been reinforced by b the theaddition theaddition theaddition
addition of Ben Lilley a professional professionalsportsman protesslonalsportsman professionalsportsman
sportsman who migrated from this see section seetlon seetion ¬
tion to Texas many years ago but who whoeven whoeven whoeven
even then made so excellent a areputa areputatlon reputa reputation reputation ¬
tion as a Nimrod that it has survived survivedall
all this time and was strong enough to tocause tocause tocause
cause him to be sent for and brought broughtall
all the way from Texas for the emer emergency emergenc ernergency ¬
gency genc He has In former days hunted huntedall
all the canebrakes hereabouts and Is Issaid issaid Issaid
said to know every nook and cranny In Inthem Inthem inthem
them
Great Things Expected ExpectedThe
The people hereabouts express confi confidence confIdence confidence ¬
dence that some ofhe of te he bears will be bebagged bebasged bebagged
bagged and there are more assurances assuranceson
on the he subject of venison They The say the thewoods thewoods thewoods
woods are ar full of Virginia deer but the thedisquieting thedisquieting thedisquieting
disquieting rumor has gone abroad that thatmany thatman thatmany
many man of them are dylpg of the disease diseaseknown dlsealleknown diseaseknown
known as > black tongue tongueThe tongueThe tongueThe
The party will be augmentedtomorrow augmentedtomorrowof
by the addition of a a Mr Ietcalf a friend friendof
of Messrs Mcllhenny and Parker who whowill whowill whowill
will escort the negro bear killer Holt HoltCollier HoltCollier HoltCollier
Collier who will bring with him twenty twentyone twentyone twentyOne
one of his dogs There will be there thereore thereore thereore
ore three professional hunters In xh xhcrowd h hcrowdColller hcrowdCollier
crowd crowdColller Collier Lllley and a negronamed negronamedBrutus negro named namedBrntus namedBrutus
Brutus Jackson All have their own owndocs owndos owndogs
docs I
i S
II I I THE THEMODEL MODEL MODEL WIFE WIFEDO DO YOU KNOW HER I
I
Why it doesnt matter that youre oure late except that No we cannot cannotlPcnd gpend pend tho evening playiAg bridge with
Ive missed you ou The dinner isnt spoiled and I know you ou I prefer to stay here with my husband and children
youve been working hard all day Henry Is tired tonight and I dont don want him to go out outI
> I I V t I II t
Heres the hat youve ouve been wanting me to buy They Yes the cook left today to get married It wont wontwanted wontwanted wontI
I wanted me to take a much more expensive one but I hurt me to do a little work for a l few days I didnt tell tellknew tellknew tellknew
knew we could not afford it Theres no use pretending you because I dont like to worry YQU with my petty pettywere
were rich when we arent And besides these very fash troubles troubleslonable troubleslonable troublesionable
lonable hats are so heavy they the make your head ache
I I r
J 4 L LI
I never saw a man who loves children as much as asyou Now that were alone Henry tell that funny story storyyou storyOU storyyou
you OU do Henry And theyre the re all angels too you tell so well I love to hear you tell your our stories storiesChicago storiesChicago storiesChicago
Chicago Tribune
SECURED ABOUT ABOUTHALF ABOUTHALF
HALF A MILLION MILLIONHartford
Hartford Manufacturing Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany Accused of Swindling SwindlingPostoffice SwindlingPostoffice SwindlingPostoffice
Postoffice Department DepartmentWashington Departmentrashlngton DepartmentyasliIngton
Washington Oct 6 6Postmaster Gen General General General ¬
eral Meyer has suspended the payment paymentof
of moneys due from his department to tothe tothe tothe
the Hartford Manufacturing company of ofHartford ofHartford ofHartford
Hartford Conn and has submitted the thematter thematter thematter
matter to the attorney general for such suchfurther suchfurther suchfurther
further action as may be deemed proper properThe properThe properThe
The Hartford Manufacturing Mann facturing company companyup
up to July last supplied the stamped stampedemelopes stamledemelopes stampedenvelopes
emelopes and newspaper wrappers sold soldat soldat soldat
at postofflces postofficesChemlcal Chemical analysis of sam samples sampies sampies ¬
pies has disclosed the fact that the com composition composition cornposition ¬
position of the envelope paper has been beenbelow beenbelow beenbelow
below the requirements of the contract contractand contractand contractand
and according to the computations of ofthe otthe ofthe
the experts of the postoffice department departmentthe
the company has In the last four years yearswrongfully yearswronsfully yearswrongfully
wrongfully benefited to the extent of ofabout ofabout
about J425000 J425000Ono 12000One 125000 125000Ono
Ono of the manufacturers who supplied suppliedpaper suppliedpaper suppliedpaper
paper to the company has admitted to tothe tothe tothe
the postmaster generals agents that his hisfirm hisfirm hisfirm
firm furnished different and cheaper ma material material material ¬
terial than specified in the con contract contract contract ¬
tract and that it was so made at the theinstance theInstance theinstance
instance of the Hartford Manufacturing Manufacturingcompany Manufacturingcompany Manufacturingcompany
company companyDuring companyDuring companyDuring
During the Investigation a new con contract contract contract ¬
tract was entered Into for the supplying supplyingof
of stamped envelopes and newspaper newspaperwrappers newspaperwrappers newspaperwrappers
wrappers with the Mercantile Corpora Corporation Corporation Corporation ¬
tion of Dayton O beginning July 1 As Asthe Asthe Asthe
the Hartford company com pan had carried on onsuccessive onsuccessive onsuccessive
successive contracts for nearly nearl thirty thirtyyears thirtyears thirtyyears
years ears naturally natural there was no other plant plantin
in existence to do this particular class classof classof classof
of work but the guarantees furnished by bythe bythe bythe
the new company showing Its financial financialstanding financialstanding financialstanding
standing and ability to obtain a plant plantpaper plantpaper plantpaper
paper machinery and labor satisfied tho thopostmaster thopostmaster thepostmaster
postmaster general after several weelcs weeksnersonal weelcspersonal weelcspersonal
personal inquiry In Washington and
elsewhereThe
The product must average nearly neari four fourmillion fourmillion fourmillion
million envelopes every eve working day in inthe Inthe inthe
the year Of these 30 0 per cent are plain plainstamped plainstamped plainstamped
stamped envelopes the remaining 70 7 per percent percent percent
cent bearing the return cards names namesand namesand namesand
and addresses of the senders The two twoconcerns twoconcerns twoconcerns
concerns mentioned were tIle only com competitors cornpetitors j jpetltors
petitors for the new contract the bid of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Hartford company being 5537635 5537 5537figured 3537G5figured i ifigured
figured on the basis of the estimated estimatedquantities estimatedquantities j jquantities
quantities required during the four years yearsof yearsof ears earsof
of the contract term while the bid of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Mercantile Corporation was 162231 162231Under 1tn51less ii5iless
less lessUnder Under the specifications of the present presentcontract presentcontract presentcontract
contract advertised Jan 15 1907 and andMarch andMarch andMarch
March 2 1907 the formula as to the qual quality qualIt quality ¬
ity It of the paper IJ < ler was changed to a slight slightly ¬
ly lower grade a small sma proportion of ofsulphite ofsulphite ofsulphite
sulphite being beln used with the rag which whichdoes whichdoeR whichdoes
does not affectthe affect the weight or strength strengthUnder strengthUnder strengthUnder
Under the specifications of the former formercontract formecontract formercontract
contract the Hartford Manufacturing Manufacturingcompany Manufpcturlngcompany M nufcturingcompany
company was called upon the supply all allrag allrag allrag
rag paper During the last few months monthsof
of its contract the Hartford Manufac Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing ¬
turing company furnished envelopes up upto upto upto
to the contract contrtctreQu1ements contrtctreQu1ementsHOSPITAL requirements requirementsHOSPITAL requlernentsHOSPITAL
HOSPITAL QUARANTINED QUARANTINEDPhiladelphia QUARANTINEDPhiladelphia QUARANTINEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 6 GThe The University Universityhospital Universityhospital UniversItyhospital
hospital of the University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania was quarantined tonight because becauseIt
It was discovered that Henry Yankun a apatient apatient apatient
patient had developed smallpox smalJpoXAbout About
200 patients andas andiR and many employes s are areshut areshut areshut
shut up In the institution
IMPORTANT EVENTS SCHEDULED TO TOTAK TOTAKEPLACE
TAK TAKEPLACE PLACE DURING PRESENT WEEK WEEKTwo
Two Great Church Conferences ConferencesAnnual Annual Meetings of North Northern Northern Northem ¬
ern em Pacific and Union Pacific Railroad Companies C
The president presldtnt will spend the week hunt huntIng huntInl1 huntln
Ing ln bears inthe in the Louisiana canebrakes canebrakesSecretary canebrakesSecretary canebrakesSecretary
Secretary of War Tar Taft wilV wll wIlJarrive arrive at Ma Manila Manila Manila ¬
nila to take part partln In the opening of the thefirst thefIrst thefirst
first Philippine legislature and Secretary Secretaryof
of State Root will continue his tour of ofMexico ofl1 ofMexico
Mexico MexicoThe MexicoThe l1 exI co coThe
The governing bodies of two great re religious religIous religious ¬
ligious denominations will meet during the theweek theweCk theweek
week the general conference of the theEpiscopal theEpIscopal theEpiscopal
Episcopal church convening at Richmond RichmondVa
Va and the council of the Congregational CongregationalChurch CongregationalChurch CongregationalChurch
Church of the United States in Cleveland Cleveland1MED ClevelandMURDERED ClevelandMIIUDED
MURDERED AND MUTILATED MUTILATEDThree MUIILA TED TEDThree
Three Suspects Held on Suspicion Suspici n in inConnection inConnection inConnection
Connection With Butchery Butcheryof
p of Ethel Nevins NevinsCamden NevinsCamden NevinsCamden
Camden N J Oct 6 5The The murder of ofnineyearold ofnlneearold ornineyearold
nineyearold Ethel Nevins or Marx of ofEast otEast ofEast
East Camden whose mutilated body was wasfound wastound wasfound
found In a thicket not far from her home homeyesterday homeesterday homeyesterday
yesterday Is a complete omplet mystery though thoughthe thoughthe thoughthe
the police today arrested August Dongas Dongasof
of Philadelphia In connection with the thecase thecase thecase
case He is held for examination together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with Joseph Wood IG years old who was wasarrested was wasarrested wasarrested
arrested last night nightDongas nlshtDongas nightDongas
Dongas was arrested after he had h d been beenacting beenlcUng beenacting
acting queerly Que rl near the spot where thebody the thebody thebody
body of the child was found He burst burstinto burstinto burstinto
into tears when taken in hand by the po police 1 pelice ¬
lice The detectives say they have wit witnesses wltnesses witnesses ¬
nesses who saw him near the scene of the thecrime thecrlmo thecrime
crime on oh Thursday afternoon n when the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little girl disappeared Dongas declares declareshe
he was in Philadelphia Wood was arrest arrested arrestedptimErlly arrested ¬
ed edptimErlly primarily because Mrs Irs Harry Marx Marxmother Marxmother Marxmother
mother of tho murdered girl was wont wontto wontto wontto
to leave him In charge of her children childrenwhile childrenwhile childrenwhile
while she was on shopping tours and andEthel andEthel andEthel
Ethel had said she was afraid of him himHe himHe himlie
He denies khowledge ot the crime Since Sincehis Sincehis Sincehis
his arrest the police say they have found founda
a witness who saw him on Thursday Thursd y in inthe Inthe inthe
the brush near where the body was wasfound wasfoundarmed wasfoundarmed found foundarmed
armed with a hatchet hatchetAn h hthchetAn tchet tchetAn
An autopsy performed perf9rn d by County Phy Physician Physician Physictan ¬
sician Jone > today shows that the childs childshead childshead childshead
head had been cleft with a hatchet Her HerJaw Herjaw Herjaw
Jaw had been broken on the left side arm arttlthere armthere az azthere
there were sveral cuts over the eyes In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the opinion of the physician the child had hadbeen 11adbeen hadbeen
been maltreated after aft r she had been felled felledby felledb felledby
by b a blow on the head headHarry headHarry headHarry
Harry Marx stepfatherof of the mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered gllr is also held by the police pena penflIng penaIng penilag
Ing an Investigation into the family his history hlsto history ¬
tory to The father of the girl Is frank frankKevins FrankNevins rank rankNevins
Nevins whose home Is in Cayuga county countynear countnear countynear
near Ithaca N Y YROSTANDS YROSTANDS
p 0 0ROST
ROSTANDS ROST AN DS CONDITIONS CONDITIONSBayonne CON CONDITION1Bayonne DITION DITIONBayonne
Bayonne France Oct 6 GThe The condition conditionof
of Edmand Rostand who was operated operatedupon operatedupon operatedupon
upon recently for appendicitis was said
today to be satisfactory satisfactoryV satlsfacto
0 0 0MARY S SMARY
V MARY J HOLMES DEAD DEADRochester DEADRochester DEADRochester
Rochester Oct 6 5Mrs Mrs Mary J
Holmes the thea1tho1 author died today at her
home In Brookport
S
Cotton 9ottOn iottongrowers growers and spinners will hold holda
a arge convention at Atlanta Among the thedelegates theeleates thedeleates
delegates will be 150 15 Europeans EuropeansThe
The annual meetings of the Northern NorthernPacific NorthernPacific NorthernPacific
Pacific and Union Pacific Railroad com companies companles conipanics ¬
panics will be held on Tuesday Tuesc1a the former formerIn
In New York and the latter in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City CityEighteen CityEighteen CityEighteen
Eighteen defendants who formerly were wereofficials wereofficials wereofficials
officials of Insurance companies are ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected to appear in the criminal courts In InNew inNew inNew
New York on Monday to answer to sixty sixtyone slxtyone sixtyone
one indictments growing out of the life lifeinsurance lifeinsurance lifeinsurance
insurance Investigation InvestigationPIONEER InvesugatlonPIONEER
PIONEER LIVES
TO RIPE RIPEOLD OLD LDAGE LDAGERev AGE AGERev
Rev Dr George F Whitworth WhitworthWho WhitworthWho WhitworthWho
Who Went to Oregon in
1853 Dead at Seattle SeattleSeattle SeattleSeattle SeattleSeattle
Seattle Oct 6 GRev Rev Dr George P PWhitworth FVhltworth PWhltworth
Whitworth the venerable pioneer who whocame whocame whocame
came to Puget PugetSound Sound In 1S53 and whodur whodurIng whodurIng whoduring
Ing his long career filled many maa public po positions position positions ¬
sitions and was closely close I Identified with the thepoliticalrellgious th thpOlltlcalrelIgjous thhpohiticalreliglous
politicalrellgious and educational life of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state died today at the age of 9L 91He 9LHe 9Lfle
He was born in England and came to this thiscountry thisc thiscountry
country c untry when a boy bo He graduated gradu ted from fromHanover fromHanover fromHanover
Hanover college in 1838 practiced law add artdlater a addlater d dlater
later took up theology graduating from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th New Albany Theological seminary In In1S53
1S53 he came across theplains to the Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon ¬
gon country countryVhlle countryWhile
1 While Washington was a territory he hewas hewas Ie Iewas
was United States deputy surveyor dep deputy deputy deputy ¬
uty collector of customs for the Puget PugetSound PugetSound PugetSound
Sound district twice president of the theterritorial theterritorial theterritorial
territorial university twice chief clerk of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the superintendency of Indian affairs and andsecretary andsecretary andsecretary
secretary of the commission which made madethe madethe madethe
the treaty with the Nez Perce Indians at atLapwai atLapwai atLapwal
Lapwai Dr Whitworth was the founder founderof
of the college at Tacoma which bears his hisROOSEVELTS hisname hisname
name nameROOSEVELTS nameROOSEVELTS
ROOSEVELTS IDEA IDEAATTACKED IDEAATTACKED IDEAATTACKED
ATTACKED BY BRYAN BRYANSt
St Louis Oct 6 GWllllam William J Bryan Bryanwaa Btyanwas Bryanwas
was In St Louis today to fill a lecture lectureengagement lectureengagement lectureengagement
engagement and in an interview he at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked President Roosevelts Idea of cen centralized centrallled centralized ¬
tralized federal control of corporations corporationsas
as outlined in his speech here last Wed Wednesday Wednesday Vednesda ¬
nesday nesda Mr Bryan also said the me memorial memorial memortal ¬
morial to congress asking for the limit limitIng limiting i iIng
Ing Of powers of the lower federal courts courtsIn
In suspending laws adopted at the meet meetIng meeting I
Ing of attorneys general last week re reflected1 re refleeted reu1ecte ¬
fleeted u1ecte the sentiment of the people Mr MrBryan MrBryan Ir I IBryan
Bryan arrived at 7 oclock this morning morningand morningnnd morningand
and departed at 9 oclock tonight for forLouisville forLouisville
Louisville Ky
ARRIVINg AT AN ANALARMING AN4LAMING
ALARMING RATE RATEISecretary RATESecretary
Secretary Straus Trying to toStop tostop toStop
Stop the Immigration of Japs Japsto Japsto Japsto
to the United States StatesPATROL StatesPATROL StatesPATROL
PATROL ALONG THE BORDER BORDERHORDES BORDERHORDES BORDERHORDES
HORDES OF ASIATICS IN BRITISH BRITISHCOLUMBIA BRITISHCOLUMBIA BRITISHCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA COLUMBIAWashington COLUMBIAashlngton COLUMBIAWashington
Washington Oct 6 Immigration of ofJapanese orJapanese ofJapanese
Japanese into America is s increasing at so soalarming soalarming soalarmIng
alarming a rate that It t has been deter determined determined determined ¬
mined to adopt extraordinary extraorinary measures to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the Introduction into the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States not only of Japanese but of other otherAsiatic otherAsiatic otherAsiatic
Asiatic coolie labor One result of the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip of Secretary Straus has been an in increase Increaso increase ¬
crease in the force of immigration Inspec Inspectors Inspectors Inspectors ¬
tors along the Canadian border with a aview aview aview
view to controlling the flood of Asiatic Asiaticimmigration AsiaticImmigration Asiaticimmigration
immigration It Is known that more than thandouble thandoublE thandoubled
double the number of Japanese have come comeInto comeInto comeinto
Into the United States thus far In the theyear theear theyear
year ear 1907 than came here during the same sameperiod sameperiod sameperiod
period last year ear Naturally Naturatl the figures figuresof
of the government do not include the thehundreds thehundreds thehundreds
hundreds of Japanese who have come comeinto comeInto comeinto
into the country surreptitiously They Theyhave Theynave Theyhave
have come across from the Canadian and andMexican andIexlcan andMexican
Mexican borders principally without hind hindrance 11lndrance hindrance ¬
rance despite the means adopted by the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government to prevent the Introduction of ofJapanese ofJapmese ofJapanese
Japanese laborers laborersBound laborersBound laborersBound
Bound for This Country CountryFor
For many months the government has hashad hashad hashad
had immigration commissioners in Mexico Mexicoand Mexicoand Mexicoand
and Canada In practically every instance instancethe Instancethe instancethe
the inspectors have reported that the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese who reach Mexico or Canada are arebound arebound arebound
bound for the United States Inquiries Inquiriesin
in the Hawaiian islands have revealed or organizations orsanlzatlorrs organizations ¬
ganizations whose business it Is to pro procure procure procure ¬
cure Japanese laborers to work in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States They not only provide providethe providethe providethe
the means but pave the way by which whichJapanese whichJapanese whichJapanese
Japanese may easily obtain entrance to tothis tothis tothis
this country through Mexico and Canada CanadaIt
It Is this sort of position that the gov government government governnient ¬
ernment proposes to combat In the ap appointment appc appointment ¬
pointment pc > lntment of what principally constitutes constitutesa
a patrol guard of the northern and south southern southera
era borders of the country Secretary SecretaryStraus SecretaryStraus SecretaryStraus
Straus hopes to reduce the number of ofAsiatic otAsiatic ofAsiatic
Asiatic who dally are coming across the theborders theborders theborders
borders In great and increasing numbers numbersHindus numbersHindus numbersHindus
Hindus and Japs JapsReturns JapsReturns JapsReturns
Returns from the Canadian immigra immigration Immigration immigration ¬
tion offices show that 8286 Asiatics land landed landed landed ¬
ed at the British Columbia ports of Vic Victoria Victoria Victorla ¬
toria and Vancouver between January 1 1and 1and 1and
and September 18 1907 Of this number
2872 were Hindus and and811 4Sll were Japanese Japanesemost Japanesemost Japanesemost
most of the latter reaching Canada from fromHonolulu fromHonolulu fromHonolulu
Honolulu The remainder were Chinese Chinesewho Chinesewho Chinesewho
who paid admission fees of J100 100 for the theprivilege theprivilege theprivilege
privilege of landing in Canada The field fieldof fieldot fieldof
of labor in that section of Canada is lim limited limIted urnIted ¬
ited and the Investigations of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Immigration inspectors have shown shownthat shownthat shownthat
that most of the Japanese and Chinese ex expect expect expect ¬
pect ultimately to get Into the theUnited theUnitedStates N United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesFarmers StatesfiNDINGS StatesFINDINGS
fiNDINGS IN INSMOKE USMOKE CASE CASEFarmers CASEFarmers
Farmers Damaged by Arsenic but butNot butot butNot
Not ot by Sulphur SulphurOpinion Opinion of ofMontana ofMontana ofMontana
Montana Lawyers LawyersSpecialto LawyersSpecialfto LawyersSpeciaIto
Specialto Specialfto The Herald HeraldButte HeraldButte HeraldButte
Butte Mont Oct 6 6Master Master in inChancery InChancerj inChancery
Chancery Crane yesterday sub submi submUted submitted
mi mUted tied his findings in the cele celebrated celebrated celebrated
brated smoke case in which whichWilliam whichVIIUam whichWilliam
> William Bliss sought to recover recoverdamages recoverdamages recoverdamages
damages and to secure an injunc injunction Injunctlon injunction >
tion against the Anaconda Cop Copper Copper Copper
per company and the Washoe Waahoecompany Washoecompany Washoecompany
company restraining the com companies companles cornpanics
panics from further damaging the thelands thelands thelands
lands of Deer Lodge valley by the theprecipitation theprecipitation
5 precipitation of arsenic and sul sulphur sulphur sulphur
phur fumes from the smoke of the theWashoe theWashoe theWashoe +
Washoe smelter The master finds findsthat findsthat findsthat
that the farmers of the valley valleyhave valleyhave valleyhave +
have been injured by the arsenic arsenicbut arsenicbut arsenicbut
but not from the sulphur fumes fumesbut fumesbut fumesbut +
but in conclusion he finds that the thedamage thedamage thedamage
damage to the ranchers would be befar befar befar
far greater if by order of the thecourt thecourt thecourt >
court the smelter were closed closeddown closeddown closeddown
> down as irreparable loss would wouldresult wouldresult wouldresult
result from such action both to toButte toButte toButte
Butte and Anaconda and the cop copper copper copper >
per industry throughout the thestate thestate thestate +
state stateThere stateThere stateThere
There is a wide diversity of ofopinion ofopinion ofopinion +
opinion concerning the findings of ofthe ofthe ofthe +
the master While a large major majority majorIty +
5 ity of the lawyers look upon It as asfavorable asfayorable asfavorable
favorable to the companies there thereare thereareA thereare <
> are areA some Qme mie and very prominent prominentones
ones vho ho say that It is decidedly decidedlyunfavorable decidedlyunfavorable decidedlyunfavorable +
unfavorable unfavorableJ
J
BANDIT BANDITRAISULI f RAISULI WINS WINSWill WINSWill WINSWill
Will Get 150000 and British Pro Protection Protectlon Protectlon
tectlon for Release of MacLean MacLeanTangier MacLeanTangier MatLeanTangier
Tangier Oct 6 GThe The release of Cald Sir SirHarry SirHarry SirBarry
Harry MacLean who for some time has hasbeen hasbeen
been held captive by the bandit Ralgull Ralgullat I
at last seems tQ be within measurable measurabledistance mea measurabledistance urable urabledistance
distance The Associated Press Jwas was In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed today on responsible r onslble authority autnorlt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the acceptance by the British government governmentof
of Raisulis terms for MacLeans release releasethe releasethe releasethe
the principal Items being 150000 ransom ransomand ransomand ransomand
and British protection for Ralsull and andhls andhlsfamily his hisfamily hisfamily
family Great Britains advance of the theransom theransom theransom
ransom will be b guaranteed by Sultan SultanAbdel SultanAbdel SultanAbdel
Abdel Aziz AzizSir AzlzSIt AzizSir
Sir Harry MacLeans brother Is now at atRabat atRabatbrlngln atRabat
Rabat Rabatbrlngln bringing the negotiations with the thesultan thesultan thesultan
sultan to t a cke ckeVERDICT clleVERDICT ckSeVERDICT
VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL ACQUITTALRaleigh ACQUITTALltalelgh ACQUITTALaleigh
Raleigh N C Oct6 octLGThe Oct6The The Jury In the theRowland theRowland theRowland
Rowland murder trial trl l this morning re returned returned returned ¬
turned a verdict of acquittal Dr and andMrs andlIrs andMrs
Mrs David Rowland were charged with withpoisoning withpoisoning Withpoisoning
poisoning the womans former husband husbandCharles husbandCharles husbandCharles
Charles R Strange Stran e I
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Oct 6 6The The forest service servicehas servicehIlS servicehas
has recently been beenappealed appealed to to take takesteps takesteps takesteps
steps to break brea up the practice of rus rustling rustling rustiing ¬
tling that prevails on many of the theranges theranges theranges
ranges within forest reserves and 1C 1 is isquite IsqUite isquite
quite probable that when the next graz grazing grazIng grazing ¬
ing season opens some general policy will willbe willbe willbe
be laid down whereby forest rangers will
b bi able to put an end to stock stockstealfl1g stockstealfl1gwithin stealing stealingwithin stealingwithin
within the limits of federal forest re reserves reserves reserves ¬
serves Nothing of a general character characterwill characterwill characterwill
will be done this season except In the
Elkhorn national forest In Montana Montanawhere Montanawhere Montanawhere
where conditions condltlonsare are exceptionally bad
There a special agent has been appointed appointedwith appolnte1with appointedwith
with orders to make his headquarters headquarterswhere headquarterswhere headquarterswhere
where rustlers have been accustomed
to congregate con egate and It Is believed that his hisj
j
NEW APOSTLE APOSTLESEIECTE APOSTLEIS APOSTLEISSELECTED
IS ISSELECTED ISSELECTEDAnthony SEIECTEAnthony SELECTED SELECTEDAnthony
Anthony Woodward Ivins of ofJuarez ofJuarez ofJuarez
Juarez Stake Chosen as Suc Successor Successor Successor ¬
cessor to Apostle Teasdale TeasdaleIMMENSE TeasdaleIMMENSE TeasdaleIMMENSE
IMMENSE THRONGS ATTEND ATTENDTHREE ATTENDTHREE ATTENDTHREE
THREE GREAT MEETINGS DUR DURING DURING DURING ¬
ING AFTERNOON AFTERNOONM
+ + M + + M f t M + i4 + t t + I t + H HCHALLENGES t so soCHALLENGES
+ +
4 CHALLENGES SMITH AND ANDi
i 4 + f MAKES A HASTY EXIT EXITThe 1 + +
+ 4 The reading by President Joseph 4 +
+ F Smith of his own name for in +
4 f dorsemcnt was the occasion for a abrl6l 4 +
4 brie sensation In the conference yes yest yesterda +
4 + t terday terda A man said to be James JamesCharles 4 4 +
+ Charles Bowen arose and chal chali +
i + 4 lenged the president of the church churchi churchon +
i + on the ground that he had broken brokenthe 4 4i 4
4 i the civil law lawAt 4 +
4 At first President Smith paid no noattentIon 4 4attention 4attention
+ + attention to the Interruption but butwhen + 4when
4 + > when the man persisted he said saidHere +
4 Here you ou sit down there 4 +
4 Still persisting the president dl dlrected 4 +
4 4 + rected that some one attend to 4
4 + him He was attended to by being beingsummarll 4 +
t summarily summarll ejected from the hall hallMr 4 +
4 Mr Bpwen Bowen has attained some no notorIety 4
4 4 torIety In the past through his re ralations relations +
+ lations with the Mormon church He Hewas Hewas 4 4i +
i + + was formerly employed as a janitor 4
4 4 In one of the public schools and cast 4 4 +
4 < his lot with a Gentile candidate who whowas 4 4 4was
4 + was running against a Mormon for formember 4 + 4
4 member of the board His break breakwith 4
4 with the church Is said to have dated datedrom 4 4 4rom
+ from rom that time 4 4M + +
+ M + + + 4 MM 4 + 4 4 timeH 4 + + H M H < Hi M M H MM + + + + + +
Anthony Woodward Ivins president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Juarez stake In Mexico was yesterday yesterdayselected yesterdayselected esterdayselected
selected by the seventyeighth conference conferenceof
of the church of Latterday Saints to fill fillthe fillthe flitthe
the vacancy caused by b the death of Apostle Apos Apostle Apostie ¬
tle George Teasdale Apostle Ivins is a RnatIve anative anative
native of New Jersey is 53 years of age ageana ageanU agoantj
ana lives with his family In Colonia ColoniaJuarez
Juarez Chihuahua Mexico The election electioiwas l lwas
was unanimous unanimousPresident unanimousPresident unanimousPresident
President Joseph F Smith and the pres present preseat ¬
ent authorities of the church were sus sustained filStalned reistamed ¬
tamed tainedThe talnedThe tamedThe
The conference decided to suspend the thaorgan theorgan hl hlorgan
organ recitals until the April conference conferenceand conferenceand conferenceand
and during the course of the day listened
to a number of addresses chief long aiongwhich t10ngwhich longwhich
which was one by Brigham H Roberts
in which Mr Roberts reviewed the history historyof
of the state of Missouri so far as It Str 1 1lated ¬
lated to the part taken by the Saints In
their early efforts to found settlements
Mr Roberts severely scored those who whowere whowere whowere
were responsible for the sufferings Inflict Inflicted Inflicted Inflicted ¬
ed on the Mormons and declared in con conclusion ¬
clusion that the state as a state had hadsown hadsown hadsown
sown the wind and reaped the whirlwind
that its chastisement had been complete completeApostle completeApostle completeApostle
Apostle Smoots Warning WarningAn
An address by Apostle Reed Smoot was
largely devoted to a warning against be becoming b bcoming bcoming ¬
coming the prey of fakers patent medi medicine medicine ¬
cine agents eye glass vendors and tho
like Senator Smoot urged his brothers brothersand brothersand brothersand
and sisters to keep out of debt and spoko spokoearnestly spokoearnestly spokeearnestly
earnestly against investing money mone In Inspeculation 111speculation inspeculation
speculation speculationApostle speculationApostle speculationApostle
Apostle David 0 McKay spoke of the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of internal strength saying that all
the Internal organs must be healthy if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the outer body b dy would stand standThe standThe standThe
The president of the central states mi mision mllsion mlsion
sion spoke briefly on the progress of tho thochurch thochurch thechurch
church in his section and reported the
headquarters at Independence Mo to be
In a flourishing condition conditionJoseph conditIonJoseph conditionJoseph
Joseph S Wells delivered an address on
the growth of the church and expressed
the gratification felt by b himself and all allof allof allof
of his people that this Is so soOverflow soOverflowmeetlngs soOverflow
Overflow Overflowmeetlngs meetings were held heldin In Barratt
hall and in the assembly hall The serv ¬
ices in the former place were In charge of
Seymour Se mour B Young and Apostle Rudger
Clawson presided in the assembly hall
Both halls were filled filledAt filledAt filledAt
At both the forenoon and afternoon afternoonsenices afternoonsenIces afternoonservices
senices In the tabernacle the great audi ¬
torium was crowded to the doors and be beyond beond be3Ofld ¬
yond ond Every available inch of seating and
standing capacity was taken advan ¬
tage of
Great Throngs Present PresentWhen PresentWhen PresentWhen
When the Immense throng left the thagrounds th8grounds thegrounds
grounds after the afternoon > session the thaestimate thoestimate theestimate
estimate was made that more than 30000 30000persons 30000persons 0O0Opersons
persons had passed through the gates dur ¬
ing the day which is a figure apparently
not a particle too high in view Iew of the
fact that the tabernacle was twice filled filledand tilledand filledand
and the assembly hall once and that there therewere therewere therewere
were hundreds of persons on the grounds groundsat
at all hours of the day
Forbidding weather greeted the saints saintsand saintsand saintsand
and the peonle of Salt Lake when they t ey
awoke yesterday morning and looked out outof outof outof
of their windows The rain came In a asteaBy asteaBy asteady
steaBy downpour and continued fallhig
until nearly 11 oclock In spite of this
fact however the forenoon session did not notsuffer notsuffer notsuffer
suffer in poiit of attendance The aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon was as beautiful as though it had
been made to prder prderThis prdeThis prderThis
This forenoon In the assembly hall at
10 oclock there will bj b a meeting of all
the high church authorities The priest ¬
hood meeting meetln will be private The numer numerout numerout nurnerout
out reunions that have been In progress
during the last three days will come to a aclose aclose
close today
Off for Home HorrieA
A large number of conference visitors
left the city last evening on the earlier
trains tralnsand and there will be more departures
today toda As Is usual however many of the thavisitors thevIsitors thevisitors
visitors who have relatives In this city
will remain for several days Many Man too toowill toowIll toowilt
will remain to transact business
It Is the testimony of the church offi officials officials officials ¬
cials that the th conference has been the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest In the history of the Latterday
Saints in point of attendance The re reports reports reports ¬
ports presented have been uniformly of ofan otan ofan
an encouraging nature and as stated so sooften 110often sooften
often on the rostrum during the confer conference conference conference ¬
ence there is every reason for congratu ¬
lation
MISSOURI MISSOURI IS CHASTISED CHASTISEDThe
The principal address at yesterdays yesterdaysconference yesterdaysconference yesterdaysconference
conference sessions was delivered In the thoafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon when Brigham H Roberts Rpberts one oneContinued onaContinued oneContinued
Continued on Page 2
FOREST SERVICE WILL TRY TO BREAK BREAKUP BREAKUP
UP U RUSTLING HABIT IN THE RESERVES
presence will tend to restrict thieving for forthe forthe forthe
the balance of the next season seasonThe seasonThe seasonThe
The forest reserve however has in con contemplation contemplation contempiation ¬
templation a plan whereby the authorized authorizedusers authorizedusers authorizedusers
users of the range within any forest re reservecan reserve reserve ¬
servecan serve can secure the benefit of federal federalprotection federalprotection federalprotection
protection of their stock The plan is ismerely ismerely Ismerely
merely to authorize font officers to re restrict restrict restrict ¬
strict the removal of stock from rom forest re reserves reserves reserves ¬
serves unless the party part removing It can canshow canshow canshow
show the proper written authority from
the holder of the government permit It
is anticipated that this plan will meet meetwith meetwith meetwith
with general approval among western westernstockmen westerastockmen Westernstockmen
stockmen and if so Bosuch such a plan is likely
to be enforced next nextseaspn seaspn While such sucha
a system will not notbo be an absolute bar to tothe tothe tothe
the operation of otrustIers rustlers It will never nevertheless nevertheless nevertheless ¬
theless tend togreatly tQllr aUy reduce their oper operations operations oeratlons ¬
ations ationsI
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