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Four Amateur Seamen Are AreStranded AreStranded AreStranded
Stranded on Sand SandBar Bar for
36 Hours Without Food or orWater orWater orWater
Water in Sight of Saltair SaltairCRIES SaltairCRIES SaltairCRIES
For Two Nights and a Day the theLittle theLittle Thed
d Little Party Suffers Agoniz Agonizing Agonizing Agonizing ¬
ing Thirst and Awful Hunger HungerUntil HungerUntil HungerUntil
Until Rescuer Arrives ArrivesVISTA ArrivesVISTA Arrives1VISTA
T HILE a thousand dancers pleas pleasantly pleasIv pleasantly ¬
t 7
W3 antly flitted about the floor of ofthe ofthe orI orthe
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the Saltair dancing pavilion pavilionfour pavilionfJr pavilionkur
four amateur seamen clung despairingly despairinglyto
to a small launch stranded on a sutd sutdbar scndbar atndbar
bar only a few miles distant within withineight withinsight withinsight
sight of the shore but out of sight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the revellers at Saltair There they were weredestined weredestined weredestined
destined to cling to their frail support supportfur
fur thirtysix hours assailed a by the heavy heavywaves heavywaves heavywaves
waves famished with hunger and with withno
no drop of fresh water with which to toquench toquench toquench
quench their burning thin thlretIn thinIn
In this party were George Gl rge Bean of ofSouth 72 72South 72South
South Eighth East street Harry A Wag Wagner Wagxier Vagner ¬
ner of 829 29 West Second South street streeta
a friend named Brown and another com companion companion cornDanlon ¬
panion The four left Saltair early ear Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday evening in the launch of W V H HParker HParker HParker
Parker of 728 First avenue Their des destination destination destinatlon ¬
tination was Antelope Island On their theirreturn theirreturn theirreturn
return trip their engine broke down and andthe andthe I Ithe
the waves washed them onto a sand bar barnear barnear barnear
near the south point of the island And Andthere Andthere Andthere
there they the remained from 8 oclock Sat Saturday Saturday Sata ¬
a urday evening until 930 oclock yesterday yesterdayforenoon yesterdAYforenoon yesterdayb
b forenoon when they were ere rescued by byDewey byDewey byDewey
Dewey Davis the skipper of the Cam Cambria Cambria 7ambria ¬
bria IL ILWhen ILVhen irWhen
When they ran aground on the bar the thefour thefour thefour
four young men t nbrked hard for a couple coupleof
of hours endeavoring to start the engine engineend engineand engineend
end to shove the boat off the bar but buttheir buttheir buttheir
their efforts were unavailing Then they theybecame theybecame theybecame
became resigned to the long night on the thefand theFand theand
fand bar For hours they watched the thelights thelights thelights
lights at the pavilion twinkling from the theshadows theshadows theshadows
shadows of the dancers It wasnt very veryfar veryfar ery eryfar
far distant but a sea fathoms deep sep separated separated separdted ¬
arated them from the pleasure dome of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great pavilion It was nearer to the theinky theInkY theInky
inky blackness of th rocks on the shore shoreof
of Antelope island but it would have haveteen haveteen havebeen
teen certain death to have attempted to toreach toreach toIeach
reach them
Hunger Is Felt FeltAll FeltAll FeltAll
All night long lo they kept their watch watchAt watchAt watchAt
At first they feared ea that the great waves wavesof
of the silent sea now rising higher and andhigher andhigher andlngher
higher would < < wash them off Their bar barcf barof barcf
cf sand and dash their frail craft to toI toftces toTleces
I ftces teces on the rocks of the island Later LatertUej LatertJey Latert8y
tUej would have welcomed such an occur1 occur1rence oeeur oeeurrenee r rrence
rence as a pleasant ending of their suf suffering suffEring suffering ¬
fering During the night their diversion diversionwas
was nursing the nausea caused by the thec theOn8tant theconstant
c constant rocking of the boat by the waves wavesnot wavesnot wavesnot
not quite large enough to move the boat boatoff boatoff boatoff
off the bar but annoying enough to tothreaten tothreaten tothreaten
threaten the enforcement of a reluctant reluctanttribute reluctanttribute reluctanttribute
tribute to Neptune without reference to tothe tothe tothe
the time or place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The Day Dawns DawnsEvery DawnsEvery DawnsEvery
Every member of the party saw skaul skaultaneously slmultaneousl sknultaneously
taneously the first faint suggestion of the thegray thegray
4 gray in the east e ltt and each watched it itwith Itwith Itwith
with a shout of Joy from hi his burning burningthroat bumingthroat burningthroat
throat They watched eagerly and im impatiently Impatlenty Impatlerty ¬
patiently the streaks of gray growing growingbroader tlrowlngbroader growingbroader
broader watched them color slowly into intothe Intothe Intothe
the glorious aurora that betokened the thefirst theflrst thefirst
first peep of the sun over the peaks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Wasatch WasatchBreakfast WasatchBreakfast WasatchBreakfast
Breakfast and lunch time passed and andas andas andas
as the afternoon waned the pangs of ofhunger ofhunger ofhunger
hunger became as 8 relentless as their ter terrible terrible terrible ¬
rible thirst After hours had passed pa ed with withno withno withno
no sign of rescue the shipwrecked youths youthssaw
saw the rainclouds 8 of the west st become becomeilluminated becomeilluminated becomeIlluminated
illuminated with the setting tUng sun Then Thenthey Thenthey Thenthey
they knew they faced fa the certainty of ofanother otanother ofanother
another awful night on the sea of salt saltthat saltthat saltthat
that they the were now firmly convinced convincedwould convincedwould convincedwould
would be their tomb tombThe tombThe tombThe
The suffering of Sunday night was an anintensified anintensified anintensified
intensified repetition of the night before beforeThey beforeThey beforeThey
They werent afraid now The sufferings sufferingsthey sufterlnglithEY
they were enduring precluded any other otherfeeling otherfeeling otherfeeling
feeling Hope had gone and they were werenow werenow re renow
now waiting for the end endOnce endOnce endOnce
Once more they saw the rising of the theglorious theglorious theglorious
glorious mountain sun But with this thissunrise th1silnrise thissanrlse
sunrise there was scarcely a glimmer of ofhope ofhope ofhope
hope in the breasts of the shipwreck vic vicContlnued vieContinued vicContinued
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Burly Negro and a Masked MaskedWhite M MaskedWhite sked skedWhite
White Man Surprise Bar Bartender Bartender Bartender ¬
tender in Cozy Saloon and andSecure andSecure andSecure
Secure Cash From Register RegisterPOCKETS RegisterPOCKETS RegisterPOCKETS
Half an Hour Before Saloon SaloonRobbery SaloonRobbery SaloonRobbery1
Robbery a Man is Brutally BrutallyBeaten BrutallyBeaten BrutallyBeaten
Beaten in East Third South SouthStreet SouthStreet SouthStreet
Street and Valuables Taken TakenPOLICE TakenPOLICE Taken1POLICE
WO holdups within an hour both bothbearing bothbearing bothbearing
T Tr bearing the marks of o having been beencommitted beencommitted beencommitted
committed by the s same me hlgh hlghman highway highwayman ¬
early earlythis earl earlthla earlythis
man were reported to the police
this morning Billy Davis bartender bartenderat
at the Cozy bar on Second South and andSixth andSixth andSixth
Sixth West streets turning at the click clickof
th the of ofa ofa ofa
of a gun un hammer looked into eyes
a giant black man who crouched at the theend theend theend
end of the liar His companion a white whiteman whiteman whitemn
man masked with a red handkerchief handkerchieftcod
stead in the entrance with leveled gun gunDavis gunDavis gunDavis
Davis lunged for his own gun at the therear therear thereaz
rear of the bar but was a second too toolot toolate toolate
lot late A
lateThe The AThe negro secured It first and Davis Daviswas DalsW Daviswas
was W 8 struck in the mouth for his trouble troubleIt
It was half un hour after closing time timeand timeand timeand
and Davis vas as countipg the days re receipts receipts receipta ¬
ceipts as the highwaymen entered While Whilethe Whilethe hlle hllethe
the negro threatened th tened with ith his h1 revolver the thewhite
white man went hurriedly through the thecash thecash thecash
cash register securing something in the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood of ttflO 100 As an afterthought afterthoughtthe
the negro went through Daviss pockets pocketssecuring pocketsaecurlng pocketsaecuring
securing s 2Z The men separated on leav leaving leaving IeavIng ¬
ing the saloon and ran r n into the Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioOrande
Grande freight yards ya 8 in opposite direc directions directions directions ¬
tions The police arrived fifteen minutes minuteslater minutesater minuteslater
later and made thorough search of the thepremises thepremises thepremises
premises but without avail The bar bartender bartender bartender ¬
tender described the negro as a giant in instature Instature instature
stature while his companion was much muchsmaller muchsmaller muchsmaller
Exact Amount Unknown UnknownDavis UnknownDavis UnknownDavis
Davis was unable to estimate the exact exactamount eXlictamount exactamount
amount secured from tire t th cash register registerby
by the robbers He had Jus finished finishedclosing finishedclosing finishedclosing
closing up the saloon and was about to tocount tocount tocount
count the cash part of which was piled piledon
on the bar in front of him making a asmall asmall asmall
small mountain mount of nickels and dimes As Asthe Asthe Asthe
the white man advanced on the order orderI
of the negro to loot the cash register registerhe
he carelessly swept the small change into intohis Intoh1a intohis
his hat Then vaulting over the bar he heproceeded heproceeded heproceeded
proceeded to rifle the various compart compartments compartments compartmeats ¬
ments of the register regt ter some of which con contaraed contataed contalaed
taraed bills of large denomination As Asthey AstheY Asthey
they left each robber tucked a pint of ofwhiskey ofwhiskey ofwhiskey
whiskey into his pocket pocketThe pocketThe pocketThe
The negro appeared appeU I to 0 be the leader leaderordering leaderordering lenderordering
ordering his companion about in a domi domineering doo1ineenl1 domineering ¬
neering manner mannerHalf mannerHa1f mannerHalf
Half an hour before the saloon holdup holdupL
L M Larsen living at No o 25U South SouthSixth SouthSixth SouthSixth
Sixth East street walked into the police policestation policestation policestation
station in a darned condition and told of ofhaving ofhaving ofhaving
having been assaulted from the rear and androbbed androbbed androbbed
robbed of S36 38 at the corner of Third East Eastand Eastand Eastand
and Third South streets by a negro and anda
a white man Larsen was struck without withoutwarning withoutwarning withoutwarning
warning and rendered unconscious but butrevived butrevived butrevived
revived in time to catch a glimpse of his hisassailants hisassailants hisassailants
assailants as they crossed under the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street lamp running north on Third East Eaststreet EastIItreet Eaststreet
street Both were masked and carried carriedtheir carriedtheir carriedtheir
their guns as they ran Larsen with con considerable conlderable considerable ¬
siderable difficulty found his way wa to the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police station The blow on his head was wasinflicted W85Inflicted wasInflicted
inflicted with a blunt instrument sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to have been a sandbag He also alsoreceived alsoreceived alsoreceived
received a gash over the eye by striking strikingthe
the pavement as he fell fellThe fellThe fellThe
The police are confident that the high highwaymen highwaymen highwaymen ¬
waymen who assaulted Larsen Lar en robbed robbedthe robbedthe robbedthe
the saloon The big negro is thought to tobe tobe tobe
be the leader of a gang which has been beenoperating beenoperating beenoperating
operating in Salt Lake for several weeks weeksWilliam weeksWilliam weeksWilliam
William Powers who was badly beaten beatenwhen beatenwhen beatenwhen
when he attempted to hold up a Japanese Japaneserooming Japaneserooming e erooming
rooming house on West Second South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street Saturday night is suspected of be being being betog ¬
ing one of the gang Powerss com companion companion cornpanion ¬
panion who escaped e caped when the Japs over overpowered overpowered overpowered ¬
powered the former was said to be a anegro anegro anegro
negro of giant proportions proportionsAPPEAL proportionsAPPEAL
Melilla Aug 16 lGeneral General neral Marina com commander comman cornmaniier ¬
mander man ler of the Spanih forces which are areabout are1I00ut areabout
about to advance against the Moors has hasappealed hasappealed hasappealed
appealed to his men to show themselves themselvesworthy them themselvesworthy ehes ehesworthy
worthy sons of Spain He promises he hewill hewill hewill
will lead them to victory
General Engagement Between Forces Forcesof
of the Red and Blue is isExpected isExpected isExpected
Expected Soon
Rock Station Maas 1 Aug 16 16For 16Forthe For Forthe
the first time since the beginning of ofthe orthe ofthe
the war game between the armies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Red and Blue the two forces fo e to toright to1lght toLight
right were in very close touch A gen geneial geneal geneial
eial engagement is likely tomorrow tomorrowThe
The situation follows a day which whichproved whichproved whichproved
proved eventful eve ttul as deciding on which whichside whlchside whichside
side of the group of lakes General Tas Taskcr Tasker Thaher
her H Bliss commanding the Red Redarmy Redarm Redarmy
army arm would make his advance While Whilehe Whilehe Whilehe
he sent the Tenth cavalry and the theFourteenth theFourteenth theFourteenth
Fourteenth New York toward MJrlcks MJrlcksstation Mjrleksstation Urlcbstation
station on the extreme west this move movement movement movemont ¬
ment was only a feint and the real ad advance advance advance ¬
vance was along the eastern end of the theline theline
4 line Tonight the headquarters he of the thecommanderinqhief thecommanderinchlef thecommanderinchief
commanderinqhief are ar about four fourmiles foutmUes fourmiles
miles southeast of Middlesboro a most moststrategic moststrategic moststrategic
strategic position positionGeneral positionGeneral positionGeneral
General Bliss is so situated that he hestill hetill hertlil
still may have a II chance to move his hisarmy hiaanny hisarmy
army quickly around Assawontsett Assawontsettlake tt ttJake
lake and then swing hi his full strength strengthagainst strengthagaInst trengthagainst
against General William A Pews Blue Blueforces Blueforces Blueforces
forces on the latters right wing or orhe orhe orhe
he might even attempt to turn the theright theright theright
right in upon itself itwlfSeeking UHlrSeekIng itselfSeeking
Seeking Strategic Points PointsObservers PointsObservers PointsObservers
Observers here however were in inclined Inellned Indined ¬
dined to think that such a move would wouldbe
be less politic than a quick swing swingaround swingaround swingaround
around to the th left of the Blue army armyso
so as to force a path for the invaders invadersbetween invadersbetween Invadersbetween
between Middlesboro and Plympton PlymptonThat PlymptoDThat PlymptonThat
That would mean me n an attempt to turn turnthe turuthe
4 the left wing and would afford the ad advantage Il avantage J Jvantage ¬
vantage of more territory fur man manu maneuvering manuvering u uvering
vering plenty of fairly good main and andcrossroads androssroads andcrossroads
crossroads and what is theoretically theoreticallyan
an exceedingly ex strung cousideratiur
would give the Red army an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to work around to the west if ifit ifIt Ifit
it found itself in a dangerous position positionAs
As a result of the forward movement movementmost movementmost movementmost
most of the forces of General Bliss are areconcentrated areconcentrated areconcentrated
concentrated around Rock station and andMiddlesboro andMiddiesboro
Middlesboro which was occupied this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Just before the close clo e of the theperiod theperiod theperiod
period at 1 oclock General Bliss drew drewback drewb8ek drewbeck
back the Fourteenth New York and andthe andthe andthe
the Tenth cavalry cavall through East Free Freetown Freetown ¬
town the scene ne of Sunday nights en encampment encampment ¬
campment of the main body and hur hurriedly hurrtedl7 ¬
riedly marched them around Lakeside Lakesidepark Lakesidepark I Ipark
park where they camped tonight tonightSharp tonightSharp tonightSharp
Sharp Conflict Occurs OccursThere OccursThre OccursThere
There was a conflict between a mixed mixedpatrol mixedpatrol mixedpatrOI
patrol of cavalrymen from squadron A Aof Aof Aof
of New York and the Essex troop of ofNew ofN ofNw
New N w Jersey and a detachment of Dis District District Distriet ¬
trict of Columbia bicycle scouts rep representing represenUDg representing ¬
resenting the invaders and a portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Eighth Massachusetts Ma chu etts infantry on onoutpost onoutpost onoutpost
outpost for the defense This resulted resultedin
in the killing of ten cavalrymen and andsix andsix andsix
six infantrymen according to the um umpire umpire urnplre ¬
pire It was merely a skirmish and at atits atits atits
its cloae the two scouting parties fell fellback fellback fellback
back to their supporting bodies bodiesJust bodiesJust bodiesJust
Just to the north of this point six sixBlue sixBlue sixBlue
Blue scouts were captured by b a cavalry cavalryadvance cavalryadyaRee cavalryadvance
advance Without knowing it this ad advance advance advance ¬
vance was as within a very short distance distanceof
of a strong atron force of Blue infantry infantryThich InfantIwhih Infantrywhich
which was marching toward Middles Middlesboro Mlddlesboro Middlesboro ¬
boro It was said By one of the um umpirts umpirls urnrirts
pirts that had the Red cavalrymen cavalrymenb
b Ikn en sufficiently alert they could have havelocated ha halocated havelocated
located this body of Blue infantry and andContinued andContinued andContinued
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National Farmers Institute InstituteWorkers InstituteWorkers InstitUteWorkers
Workers Receive Advice AdviceFrom AdviceFrom AdviceFrom
From Their Officers OfficersPortland OfficersPortland OfficersPortland
Portland Ore Aug 16 16Belated Belated ar arrivals arrivals arrivals ¬
rivals delayed the assembling of the thefourteenth thefourteenth
fourteenth annual meeting of the Amer American Amerlean ¬ I Ilean
lean Association of Institute Workers Workerstoday Workerstoday l
today and it was well toward noon noonbefore ooonbefore moonbefore
before J Lewis Ellsworth called the or organisation organisation organisatlon ¬
ganisation to order orderPresident orderPresident OrderPresident
President Ellsworth in his annual annualad annualaddress ad address address ¬
dress this afternoon urged that the in institute Institute institute ¬
stitute work take a broader scope He Hedeclared Hedeclared Hedeciared
declared that too many men engaged in inthe Inthe Inthe
the work are theorists who ho have in insufficient insufllcfent Insufficient ¬
sufficient experience in farming An Another Another Another ¬
other evil according to the president presidentis
is institute work as carried on as a aside aside aside
side show to other agricultural in institutions institutions instltutlons ¬
stitutions He urged also that the work workbe workbe workbe
be kept entirely outside of politics politicsProfessor pollUcsProfessor politiesProfessor
Professor G A Putnam of Toronto TorontoOnt TorontoOnt
Ont created a lively discussion as the theresult theresult theresult
result of his address on Institute Or Organization Organization Organizatlon ¬
ganization He said the rarmers in institutes institutes InStitutes ¬
stitutes are not reaching the farmer to tothe tothe tothe
the extent they should principally be because because because ¬
cause they are re held in the towns He Hesaid Hesatd Hesaid
said the farmers generally will not come cometo cometo cometo
to the towns and it is difficult to con convince convlnce ¬
vince them from the t e platform platformJ Pla platformLiii form formJ
IN EfllE EfllEWashington ENTERTAINING JAPS JAPSWashington JAPSWashington
Washington Aug 16 IBSecretary Secretary Nagel Nagelof
of the department of commerce and labor labortoday labortoday labortoday
today decided to invite James J Hill Hillchairman Hillchairman Hillchairman
chairman of the Great Northern board boardto
to set as one of the governments agents agentsin
in the entertainment of the thirty or more morerepresentatives morerepresentaUvea morerepresentatives
representatives of Japanese chambers of ofcommerce ofcommerce ofcommerce
commerce who will vist this country in inSeptember InSeptember inSetitember
September SeptemberThe
The Japanese merchants and trade ex experts experts oxports ¬
perts comprising the party will be the theguests thegue8ts theguests
guests of the Associated 8OCll ed Chambers of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce of the Pacific slope slopeThe slopeThe elopeThe
The trip is being made in the interest interestot
ot furthering commercial interests of ofJapan otJapan ofJapan
Japan and the United States by inducing inducinga
a greater exchange of business businessFIRE businessFIRE businessFIRE
Tragedy Follows Dispute in Which WhichCharges WhichCharges WhichCharges
Charges Are Made MadeRoswell MadeRoeweU MadeRosweU
Roswell N M Aug 16 16Gustay Gustave Van VanElm VanElm VanElm
Elm fir fI fife chief at Clovis N M after afterbeing afterbeing afterbeing
being shot perhaps fatally by his an antagonist antagonist antagonist ¬
tagonist shot and killed John Childress Chlldreseduring Childressduring Childressduring
during a dispute dls > > ute in which Childress was wasaccused wasaccu wasaccused
accused accu ed of setting fire to his own home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The shooting occurred Saturday official officialnotice otficlulnotice officialnotice
notice of it being received here today todayVan tOdayVan todayVan
Van Elm declared when the fire depart department department department ¬
ment arrived at the Childress house that thatChildress thatChildress thatChlidress
Childress knocked down two Of f the fire firemen firemen firemen ¬
men with a revolver The chief was so sobadly sobadl sobadly
badly badl wounded that he had to support supporthimself supporthlm supporthimself
himself hlm elf against alaln t a tree while he returned returnedthe
the fire killing Childress ChildressCRIPPLE ChildressCRIPPLE ChlldressCRIPPLE
Goldfield Nev Aug 16 16Pa l6Par1ck Patrick rlck C CCasey CCasey CCasey
Casey formerly a railroad man of San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco tonight shot and Instantly Instantlykilled Instantlykilled Instantlykilled I
killed Mrs Thomas Heslip wife of a awell awell awell I
well known mlniiis engineer seriously seriouslywounded seriouslywounded seriouslywounded
wounded Mrs Alice Mann and stabbed stabbedFrank stabbedFrank stabbedFrank
Frank Dunn an undertaker undertakerCasey undertakerCasey undertakerCasey
Casey who came here four fourmoQths months ago agowas agowas agowas
was drinking tonight when he saw Mrs MrsHeslip MrslIealip MrsIlealip
Heslip and Mrs Mann sitting on the thedoorstep thedoorstep thedoorstep
doorstep of the Heslip home After kill killing killIng I lll lllIng ¬
ing Mrs Heslip he shot Mrs Mann twice twiceIn
In the leg Dunn Interferred and was wasstabbed wasstabbed wasstabbed
stabbed in the shoulder His injuries are arenot arenot arenot
not serious Mrs Mann may not recover recoverCasey recoverCasey recoverCasey
Casey who has but one leg made no noeffort noeffort noeffort
effort to escape After his arrest there therewere therewere therewere I
were threats of lynching lynchingTWO lynchingTWO lynchingTWO i
El Paso Aug 16 lINews News was received receivedhere receivedhere receivedhere
here today of the drowning near Shatter ShatterTexas ShatterTexas ShafterTexas
Texas Saturday night of United States StatesDeputy S SatasDeputy at1s at1sDeputy
Deputy Collector of Customs John JonnDonaldson JohnDonaldson JonoDonaldson
Donaldson and Immigration Inspector InspectorRobert InspectorRobert
Robert Hulde They attempted in the thedarkness thedarkness thedarkness I
darkness to cross a small stream which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been converted into a torrent by a aheavy aheavy
heavy rain They were in a hack with the thecurtains thecurtains thecurtains
curtains drawn The hack turned and andswept andswept andswept
swept down the current The two officers officersand officersand officersand
and the team were drowned but the thedriver th thdrlvcr thdriver
driver escaped The bodies were re reuv recuvred
Loerell uv ieJ Sund1 mvr nring ng I
A SQUARE DEAL DEALWashington DEALWashington DEALWashington
Washington Officials Have No NoKnowledge NoKnowledge NoKnowledge
Knowledge of Tariff Dis Discrimination Discrimination Discrimination ¬
crimination criminationWashington criminationWashington criminationWashington
Washington Aug 16 lSIf If there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been any discrimination against France Francein
in applying the provisions of the new newtariff neWtariff newtariff
tariff to that country officers of this thisgovernment thisgovernment thisgovernment
government are not aware of it accord according accordine according ¬
ing to the declaration made today toda They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are quite confident that the impression impressionin Impre on onIn
in France that such te i the t thecase ease eal618 is found founded ¬
ed upon a misunderstanding misunderstandingFrance uslsunder sunde tanding tandlngFrance tandingFrance
France together with Switzerland and andBulgaria andBulprla andBulgaria
Bulgaria has ha reciprocity arrangements arrangementswith ar1 m ementa ementawltb
with the United States under the terms termsof termof
of which certain other products were wereadmitted wereadmitted wereadmitted
admitted at t considerably reduced rates ratesbut ratesbut ratesbut
but other countries mostly in Europe Europeseeking Europeseeking Europeseeking
seeking the advantage these three coun countries countries countries ¬
tries are enjoying entered into similar similarreciprocity slmnarreciprocity similarreciprocity
reciprocity agreements with the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States In their case however the theprecaution theprecaution theprecaution
precaution was taken to state in the thebody thebody thebody
body of the treaties the exact period periodof
of the legal notice required to term terminate tennlnate termnate ¬
nate them themIn
In enacting the new tariff congress congressdirected congressdirected congressdirected
directed the president to have regard regardto
to the stipulated periods in terminating terminatingthe
the reciprocity arrangements with the thevarious thevarJOWI thevarious
various countries and also provided providedthat
that there was no stipulated term termsix termsixmonths termsixmonths six sixmonths
months from April 30 was to be re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as the date of termination terminationIt
It is said the president is entirely will willing willIng wIllIng ¬
ing to consider carefully any represen representations representations representations ¬
tations in the nature of a protest that thatmay thatmay thatmay
may be made madeInteresting madeWARDENS
ulNDIANA PLAN PLANInteresting PLAN3Interesting
Interesting Discussion Marks MarksSession MarksSession MarksSession
Session of Prison Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress at Seattle SeattleSeattle
Seattle Aug ItThe The debate in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Prison association a asso lation congress s to today today today ¬
day on the Indiana plan for preventing preventingthe
the propagation of criminals and idiot idiotby Idloub Idiotsby
by b operations developed almost unani unanimous unanimous unanimona ¬
mous sentiment in favor of the plan and andwas andwall andwas
was according to President J T Gilmour Gilmourof
of Toronto Canada the most profitable profitablediscussion profItabledl profitablediscussion
discussion dl ctHl8lon the association has held in inyears Inyear Inyears
years yearsThe yearThe yearsThe
The feature of tonights session was the thereport thereport thereport
report of the committee on prevention and andprobation andprobation andprobation
probation presented by Judge Ben Lind Lindsey Lindsey Lindsea
sey of the Denver Juvenile court courtMrs courtllrs courtMrs
Mrs J Ellen Foster of Washington Washingtonspoke Wuhingtonlpoke Washingtonspoke
spoke on The Harmony of Progress Progressand
and EH Brown of Frankfort Ky on onProbation onProbation onProbatlon
Probation in the South SouthThe SouthThe SouthThe
The association spent most of ofthe the morn morning mornIng mornIng ¬
ing in a debate on a paper written by byDr byDr byDr
Dr H C Sharp formerly surgeon in tha thaIndianapolis th thIndlanapol1 thaIndianapolis
Indianapolis reformatory on the In Indian Indian Indma ¬
dian plan planAt planAt planAt
At the afternoon session 101 there was wasa
a discussion on discharged prisoners prisonersopened prI prisonersopened oMrs oMrsopened
opened by the H Rev > v Emory Lyon super superintendent superIntendent superlntendeiit ¬
intendent of the Central Howard associa association a880ClaHon assoelation ¬
tion Chicago and the Rev E Freden Fredenhagen Fr Fredenhagen den denhagen
hagen superintendent of the society of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Friendless Kansas City Clt W A AGates AGates AGates
Gates secretary of the California board boardof
of charities spoke on County Jails JailsDisturbances JailsEARTHUAKEHOCKS
Disturbances Are Recorded d at Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington and Mexico City Early EarlyToday EarlyToday EarlyToday
Today TodayWashington TodayVashlngton TodayWashington
Washington Aug IS ItAn An earthquake earthquakeof
of moderate intensity was recorded early earlytoday earl earltoday earlytoday
today by the seismograph at the weather weatherbureau weatherbureau
bureau Beginning at 206 a m it con continued cOnUnued ¬
tinued nearly an hour It was estimated estimatedthat
that the origin of the disturbance was wasaftout wasaflout
aftout 2508 5O miles distant either in Call California CaIIfornla Callfornia ¬
fornia or on the Pacific coast of Mexico MexicoMexico MexicoMexico MexicoMexico
Mexico City Aug 16 1fjA A slight earth earthquake earthquake earthquake ¬
quake was felt here early earl today It is isbelieved Isbelieved isbelieved
believed to be the same shock that was wasregistered wasregistered wasregistered
registered in Washington WashingtonEDITORS WashingtonEDITORS VashlngtonEDITORS
Chambersburg Pa Au Aug 16 lBA A N NFomaroy NPomeroy NPomoroy
Fomaroy of this place president of the theNational theNaUonal theNational
National Editorial association today ap appointed appointed uppointed ¬
pointed a committee on legislation con consisting consisting conMeting ¬
sisting of G E Homer Denver F L LMcKenzle LMcKenzie LMcKenzie
McKenzie Tallahassee Ala S M MWells MWells MVells
Wells Crete Neb W L Black Elgin ElginIll
Ill and James A Metcalf Glendive GlendiveMont GlendiveMont GlendiveMUtAt
Delegates to TransMississippi TransMississippiMeeting
Meeting Will Be Welcomed Welcomedto
to Denver DenverDenver
Denver Colo Aug U leThe The Ballinger BallingerPinchot BallingerPlnchot BaflingerPinchot
Pinchot controversy may not be carried carriedfrom carriedfrom carriedfrom
from Spokane to Denver The differences differencesbetween dlftereracesbetween differencesbetween
between friends of the two officials officialswhich officialswhich officialswhich
which was noticed at the National Irri Irrigation InlgaUon Irigatlon ¬
gation Congress at Spokane last week weekwill weekwill weekwill
will not likely be resumed at sessions of ofthe ofthe o othe
the Traasanssissippi Commercial CO UIIe1CiaJ Con Congress CORPOIIII Congross ¬
gress which will be formally opened 0pE1 here heretomorrow heretomorrow heretomorrow
tomorrow morning Secretary Balllnger Balllngeris
is not coming but Pinchot Till 11l ll be here hereTomorrow hereTomorrow hereTomorrow
Tomorrow morning will be taken up Ii
largely with opening addresses addrea es The wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come will be delivered by Governor overnor Shaf Shafroth Shafroth Shatroth
roth United States Stat s Senator Hughes anl anlCongressman anlCongressman awlCongressman
Congressman A W Rucker will speak for forthe forthe forthe
the congressional delegation from Colo Colorado Colorado Cobiado ¬
rado Responses will be made by Gover Governor Governor Governor ¬
nor Brooks Wyoming Curry Curr New Mex Mexico Mexice lexlco ¬
ice Sloan ArisonA Hadley Missouri and andHay aadHay andHay
Hay Washington WashingtonIn
In the afternoon President Thomas F FWalsh FWalsh FWalsh
Walsh of Denver will deliver his address addressA a dre dreA
A Denver man Cornelius J Gavin will willpropose willpropose willpropose
propose that the congress endorse a puo puolic PUQnc puolie
lie highway from El Paso Texas through throughYellowstone throughYellowstone throughYellowstone
Yellowstone park to the Canadian border borderColonel borderColonel borderColonel
Colonel Ike T Pryor of San Antonia AntoniaTexas AntonIaTexas AntoniaTexas
Texas chairman of the executive commit committee ¬
tee is b being ing urged for the presidency His Hishome Riahome Elstwine
home city also is after the th next congress congressDIAZ conlrTeIITAFT congressTAFT
Kl Paso Aug 16 16Act 16AcCng Acting ng Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State Adee today telegraphed W A Swee Sweeney Sweeney Sweeney ¬
ney of this city that the Mexican ambas ambassador ambassador ambassador ¬
sador at Washington had informed him himthat himthat himthat
that President Diax had accepted the thefreedom thefreedom thefreedom
freedom of Kl Paso aad appreciated the thecourtesy thecourtesy thecourtesy
courtesy highly highlyThis highlyThis highlyThis
This sets at rest the apprehension that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the meeting would be confined to the theboundary theboundary theboundary
boundary line and fixes the place in this thiscity tlJiscity tiacity
city cityPresident
President Diax will visit President Taft Taftin
in El Paso and it is hoped in Jaurez Jaurezthat Jaurezthat Jauresthat
that the American president will return returnthe returnthe returnthe
the visit to President Diaz In Juarez Juarezwhere Juarevwhere
where the Mexican government has be begun begun begun ¬
gun great improvements in preparation preparationfor I
for the visit visitYOUTH visitYOUTH visitYOUTH
Niagara Falls N Y Aug l ItElgh ItElghteenyearold 1tEIghteenyearold Eigh Eighteenyearold
teenyearold August Sporer of this th city eft eftdrowned
drowned today in the Whirlpool rapids rapidsWith mpidsYlth rapIdsWith
With three companions Sporef went wentswimming wents1mmlng wentswimming
swimming in the river He struck out for forthe forthe forthe
the middle of the stream His compan companions companIons companions ¬
ions called to him to turn back for the thecurrent thecurrent thecurrent
current IB very swift but he kept on down downstream downstream downstream
stream and was caught in the great greatsweep greatsweep greatsweep
sweep sweepAlthough sweepAlthou sweepAlthough
Although Althou h but a frail boy he went into intothe Intothe Intothe
the rapids swimming strongly and held heldhis heldh1 heldhis
his h1 own until he struck the giant aat wave waveWhen waveWhen waveWhen
When within 300 yards of the Whirlpool Whirlpoolhis
his strength gave out and he ank sankEven ankEven ankEven
Even then he had swam perhaps WO WOyards troyards 100yards
yards further than did the great English Englishswimmer EnSJWl1swimmer Englishswimmer
swimmer Captain Webb WebbMAY WebbMAY ebb ebba ebbMAY
Vallejo Cal Aug 16 ItThe The navy de department department department ¬
partment having failed to issue orders orderstemporarily orderstemporarll orderstemporaril
temporarily detaching from the cruiser cruiserSouth crui cruiserSouth er erSouth
South Dakota Lieutenant Commander H HO HO
O Stickney and Lieutenant J O Fish Fisher ¬
er who are members of the board of otlft otlftqulry in inquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry into the charges of alleged moth inefficiency inemctency mothclency ¬
ciency preferred against Edward Kava Kavanaugh Kavanaugh Kavanaugh
naugh foreman of the Marine island boO bo4ler bo boer boOer
er shops it is expected that the South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota upon her return from Seattle Seattlewill Seattleill Seattlewill
will ill be ordered to return to Mare island islandthat Islandthat Islandthat
that the inquiry may be completed completedIDAHO completedIDAHO completedIDAHO
Spokane Aug IS lSThe The small town of ofIron ofIron ofIron
Iron Mountain Ida formerly known as asSuperior asSuperior asSuperior
Superior near Wallace was practically practicallywiped practicallywiped practicallywiped
wiped out by fire this morning The Thetown Thetown Thetown
town was built along one street and the theblase theblaze theblase
blase had full sweep One lone saloon saloonwas saloonwas saloonwas
was the only business house that escaped escapedThe escapedThe escapedThe
The loss was 35000 35000MORE 35000MORE
Washington Washington Aug 1 Approximately 16Approxlmately1811OO
188800 acres of nonIrrigable land lo located located located ¬
cated near Newcastle Wyo today were weredesignated weredesignated weredesignated
designated by b the secretary of the in interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior for settlement under the enlarged enlargedhomestead enlargedhomeltead enlargedhomestead
homestead act This makes the total of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such designations to date In Wj Wromfng omlng 11 119iObOO 119iOQO
9iObOO acres
Matters Are to Be BeSettled BeSettled BeSettled
Settled at Summer Capitol CapitolWhen CapitolWhen CapitolWhen
When Members of the Taft TaftCabinet TaftCabinet TaftCabinet
President Takes Luncheon LuncheonWith L LiicheonWith cheon cheonWith
With John Hays Hammond HammondWho
Who Is His Lucky Partner in ina ina ina
a Successful Golf Game GameSTEALS GameSTEALS Game1STEALS
TQEVERLY EVERLY Mass lla Aug 11Pre 16Presldent Preal PrealIj I Ident
BEVERLY B Ij dent Tart stole away from the thegolf thegolf thegolf
golf links this afternoon with without wlthout without ¬
out notifying the secret service men menSecretary menSecretary menSecretary
Secretary Carpenter or anybody else elseran el elseran e eran
ran over to old Gloucester to have haveluncheon ba haveluncheon e eluncheon
luncheon with John Hays Hammond HammondAlong HammondAlong HammondAlong
Along about 5 oclock after Secretary SecretaryCarpenter SecretaryCarpenter SecretaryCarpenter
Carpenter had waited an hour and a ahalf ahall ahalf
half at Burgess wondering what had hadbecome hadbecome hadbecome
become of his chief fend nd had returned returnedto
to the executive offices the president presidentcame
came bowling back in his machine a abroad ablOftd abroad
broad grin on his face and content contentment contentment contentment ¬
ment in his heart heartThere heartThere I IThere
There was reason for the content contentment contentmentTatt contentment ¬
ment mentTatt Taft and Hammond beat the theoctogenarians theoctogenarians theoctogenarlans
octogenarians at golf once more to today today today ¬
day and the score is now 2 to 2 with withone withone withone
one more game to play In the t e tourna tournament tournament tournament ¬
ment The score today was 1 up The Theopponents Theopponents Theopponents
opponents were General Ames and andWilliam andWilliam andWilliam
William J Boardman The golf game gameand gameaftd gameand
and the luncheon at Hammonds sup supplemented supplemented suppbeniented ¬
plemented by the daily motor run runAiled runfilled runfilled
filled out the day By stealing off to toGloucester toGloucester toGloucester
Gloucester the president dodged all allwork allwork allwork
work and left Secretary Carpenter and andAssistant andA88istant andAssistant
Assistant Secretary ForMer with port portfolios portfolios portfolios ¬
folios of mall and official documents to tobe tobe tobe
be looked after afterSome afterSome afterSome
Some day this week Attorney Gen General General Genera ¬
eral era Wickersham will be here and an another another another ¬
other day before the week is gone Sec Secretary Secretary Seerotary ¬
retary MacVeagh will be here With Withthe Withthe WIththe
the former important problems with withregard withregard withregard
regard to th the reorganization of the in interstate intenttate interstate ¬
terstate commerce commission the ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration of the Sherman antitrust antitrustlaw
law and the th defense e of the corporation corporationtax
tax t x are to be taken up With Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary MacVeagh the appointment of the thetariff thetarttf thetariff
tariff experts is 1 to be disposed 41spo ed of ofNo ofNo ofNo
No Invitations Accepted AcceptedThomas AcceptedThonuuI AcceptedThomas
Thomas W Lawsons lAw invitation to tothe tothe tothe
the president to attend the Manhfleld Manhfleldfair
fair on August 2C and take a peep peepat peepat peepat
at the potatoes pumpkins and cab cabbaged ca cabagel cabbage ¬
bagel which have never missed m1a ed the themouth themouth themouth
mouth of redblooded Americans has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been turned down So have all invita invitations inVitations iniltations ¬
tions to leave the quiet of Burgess BurgessPoint BurgessPotnt BurgessPoint
Point PointOn PotntOn PointOn
On September 9 however the presi president pl prealdent t tdent ¬
dent will entertain upon the yacht yachtMayflower yachtMayftower yachtMayflower
Mayflower the crews of the German and andAmerican andAme andAmerican
American Ame Ican yachts on which occasion he hewill hewill hewill
will present to the winners the Taft Taftand Tattand Taftand
and Draper cups This evening the thepresident theprestdent thepresident
president took dinner with his brother brotherCharles brotherCharles brotherCharles
Charles P Taft at the Boardman cot cottage cottQe cottage ¬
tage East Gloucester GloucesterThe
The president has determined he will willhave willhave willhave
have nothing to say about the quarrel quarrelwhich quarrelwbicb quarrelwhich
which is raging between Secretary of ofthe ofthe
the Interior Balllnger and Chief For Forester Forester Forester ¬
ester Pinchot To some this is a a hot hotweather botweather hotweather
weather row much of o which it is isthought 18thought Isthought
thought will blowover blow over before the bel belligerents belligerents bobhlgerents ¬
ligerents get back to Washington in inthe Inthe Inthe
the fall Whether this Is s so or not the theaffair theaffair theaffair
affair is so delicate just now that the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president could take no action without withouttaking withouttaking withouttaking
taking sides one way or the other and andit
it Is believed that this is what he hewants hewants hewants
wants to avoid doing at present presentIf
If the fight were only between Pin Pinchot Plnchot Pinchot ¬
chot and Balllnger it would not be so sodifficult 110dlfflcult sodifficult
difficult of adjustment But there is isa isa Isa
a growing belief that Secretary Secret ry of Ag Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture ¬
riculture Wilson is behind Plnchot and andContinued andContinued andContinued
Continued on Page 2
i I GREET TAFT TAFTEntertainment TAFTEntertainment TAFTEntertathment
Entertainment in Salt Lake LakeWill LakeNill LakeTwill
Will Twill Be One of the Greatest Greatestof
of f Its Kind That the State Stateof
of Utah Has Ever Known KnownPLANS KnownPWANS KnownPLANS
Virt Vi t of the President Will Be BeMade BeMade BeMade
Made the Occasion of Gath Gathjering Gathiering Gathering
jering of Republican League Leagueleaders leaguejLeaders LeagueLeaders
leaders of the West WestAN WestAN West1Ai
P 1 hr with John Hays Hammond and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their party will be elaborately elaboratelyentertained elaboratelyenterta1nod yo yoenfertainecl
entertained during durin their visit In InUtah inU InUtah
Utah U and the three or four fourdajs fourdata fourdaa
data they will spend in Utah wilt wiltbe wJUbe willbe
be made one of the biggest b celebrations celebrationsof
of its kind that Utah has ha ever known knownMr knownMr knownMr
Mr Hammond who is to accompany accompanyPresident accompanyPrt accompanyPrsldent
President Prt tdent Taft on his western trip 1 1president jJ jJp 1tprtldent
president p ldent of the National League of Re Republican RepurlIcan RepuWicazi ¬
publican clubs and the entertainment of ofPresident otPr ofPr
President Pr 8ldent Taft in Utah will be arranged arrangedby arrangeby arrangedbyand
by byand and under the direction of the Utah UtahLeague UtahLefgue UtahLegue
League of Republicans clubs which is isaffiliated isall Isafl1Iated
affiliated all fated with the National NaUonalleague league withheddquartera with witlvheadquarters I Ihetdquarters
headquarters in Washington WashingtonThe
The visit of President Taft and Mr MrHammond XtH8nmond MrHanmond
Hammond to Utah will be the occasion occasionfor
for a general meeting of leaders In the thaRepublican theRe theRepublican
Republican Re ublfcan League movement in thj th thwelt thejweht thjwest
west and prominent men in the league leaguework leaguework 1eagework
work from Idaho Montana and Wyo Wyomiag Woml WyomIig
miag ml g will attend the meetings in Salt SaltLake Sa1tLake SaltLake
Lake as well as representatives cf th thsccre thscdre tho thosere
sere scdre of local Republican clubs of Utaa Utaawhich rtaJ1wbJch ttaAwhich
which were wel organized last spring springthrough sprlngjthrough sprIngthrough
through the efforts of Jessie F Turner Turnerassistant Turneristant Turnerassistant
assistant istant national organizer and promi prominent prominent proniinett ¬
nent party workers of the state stateArrangements stateArrangements
1 Arrangements for Visit VisitTfhe Visithe
Tfhe he arrangements for a visit of three thrt1da threedajg threijdairs
dairs da in Utah to be made by the presi presidet preideNt president ¬
dent and his party had their beginning beginningwith beglnn1nwIb begthnInwith
with the organization of the league m mUtah j inUtah n nUt
Utah Ut h months ago when it was piannc planncito i ito
to hold the convention in Salt Lake Lakeinstead LakeilUitead LakeInMead
instead of at Seattle or at t San Fran Francisbo Franc Francisbo
cisbo c and with that end in view the thaorganisation tl16OrgaRlzatJon theorfaalzaUon
organisation OrgaRlzatJon of the Utah league vd vdmfde WHiJRlide va a amtde1
mfde mtde1 1L model for the western state stateThie HateTte statTk
Thie Tk aflbcess of this plan means that thu thupresident tlwprden thiprsIdent
president will make the longest stay MayinUtah stayinUtah stayIn
inUtah In Utah of any of the western tern statana stat statand tat tatand
and after his stay of three days h hre hrehe hrohewffl ra rahe
he hewffl will remain in Seattle at the Alaska AlaskaYukonPacific AlaskaYlikonPaclftc AlaskaTtkonacIflc
YukonPacific exposition expo ltlon only one dt dtbefore < i ibeore iny inybefore
before continuing his trip through to tha thasoath tbJJO tIaaoith
soath soathJesseF JJO aoithtesse tb tb3e8M
JesseF 3e8M F Turner assistant national or orgapizer orga orgaiIzer
gapizer ga lzer for the League of Republican Republicanclubs
clubs has been in Salt Lake for bonm bonmtittie 80mUue sonitiWe
tittie and is i now in communication wit witJotm wiz wizJoin i in inJom
Join Jotm Hays Hammond and J Sneu SneuSmith SmJlSmltb SnellSmith
Smith president and secretary of the theleague tl19leaigue tli tlileague
league regarding the arrangements t tbe tJ tJbe tibe >
be made for entertaining President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft t tTaitt
Taft in Utah Mr Smith will arm armfrom arri1 arri1from arrivafrqm
from Washington Wa hlngton next week to act witi1 witi1th wit a ath I Ithe
th the local officers of the Utah league m mperfecting 111pettecUng iupefectIng
perfecting these plans and will remain remainin remainini
in ini 1 Salt Lake until after the presidert presidentand presidertand
and Mr Hammond leave leaveSo leaveSo leaveSo
So far as outlined at a the present time tlmotha tlmth timethe
the th president and Mr Hammond TV will willsp willspak ill illspeak
speak sp ak at a monster mass ma a meeting m jnSalt inSalt mSalt
Salt Lake probably on the evening Ii Iithotr f fthair fth
thair th ir arrival in Salt alt Lake September
24 241 The next day there will be a gen genenil gne generl
enil e l meeting of the officers and workers workersin workersInothe workersinthe
in Inothe the Republican league of Utah held heldprpbably heldprPbably heldprbbably
prpbably in Salt Lake and in the even evenin eening evetIn
in ing there will be a a banquet given by bvMr byM byM
M Mr Hammond national president nf nfth otth c cth
th league to the league workers rJ rJUah rUah r > tf tfUzah
Uah and the western states statesThere statesThere statesThere
There are at present between twenty twentyand twentYanjl twentyaiji
and anjl thirty local Republican clubs in inUtah jnU inUiah
Utah U ah which are affiliated with the Utah UtahState rtahS ttaiStte
State S te league and the National league leagueand leagu leaguathl Oi OiaJJid
and each one of the Utah clubs will bac bacContinued b bContInued bContinued
Continued on Page 2
Much Suffering Results Re ults From High HighTemperatures HigltTemperatures HighTemperatures
Temperatures In in Missouri MissouriKansas MissouriKansas MissouriKansas
Kansas and Oklahoma
Kansas City Aug It liUnuauaJ1Y Unusually intense intenseheat Intenseheat e et
heat t officially recorded ore orded by the govern government pncrnment governIl4ent ¬
ment weather bureau as high as 1M de degrees decau86d degross ¬
gross caused several eral deaths numerous numerousprostrations numerousproetratkNuJ numerousprostrt10415
prostrations and much damage to crops cropstoday era eratoday cropstoday
today in Ml Missouri eun kansas and Oklahoma OklahomaThroughout OklahomanJrougheut OklahomaThroughout
Throughout the U southwest the day was wasthe waathe wasthe
the most mOl t trying since the devastation and anddrouth andtlreuth anddrouth
drouth at IWi As the withering winds windsswept wtnd8swept windsswept
swept aoroM aoco c the plains much vegetation vegetationfell
fell fellIn felLIn fellIn
In Kansas City the heat killed one and andprostrated andprostrattHl andprostrated
prostrated a score some of whom are in ina 111a Ina
a serious condition The Union depot was waslike waslike waslike
like an oven babies beeame b8 ame seriously ill illand mand Illand
and medical attention was needed before beforetheir befortheir beforetheir
their mothers could resume their Journeys JourneysThe
The distress J of a party of immigrants was wasgreat wuSTeat wasgreat
great The likelihood of an ice famine famineadded tamlneadded famineadded
added to the gravity of the situation here hereDealers hereDealers aere aereDealers
Dealers reported that the factories were wererunning wererunninl wererunning
running night and day but the unusual unusualdemand unusualdemand unusualdemand
demand had exhausted the th supply Most Mostof
of the dealers refused to deliver more morethan morethan morethan
than twentyfivo pounds to any residence residenceand
and feared they would have to cut this thisquota th thquota thisquota
quota down by tomorrow tomorrowAt
At Wellington Ian the official tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature was 108 Corn is suffering great greatly ¬
ly in that district on account of the heat heatand heatand heatand
and lack of f rain rainTopeka rainTopeka rainTopeka
Topeka Residents Suffer SufferThe SufferThe SufferThe
The day was the hottest Tepeka Tepekahu has had hadfor hadfor hadfor
for eight years lid degrees being offi officially offlclalIy of f I IdaIly ¬
daIly recorded Two prostrations pro tratlons resulted resultedthere resultedUtere resultedthere
there thereThe UtereThe thereThe
The last eight elghtdas days In Kansas each with witha
a maximum temperature abov 90 de degrees degreesand degreesand ¬
grees greesand and a minimum which has not bt bn bnbelow bflbelow70 n nbelow
below below70 79 Iff thehottest the hottest period for that thatlength thatlength t tlength
length of time since 1901 1901In 1901In 1901In
In Oklahoma City Clt the government th th2r th2rmometer r rmometer rniometer
mometer registered 103 while ther thermometers thermometers thermometers ¬
mometers In the business district reached reachedill
112 It was the hottest day retuiUed there
In fjfbeen tteen years Dispaiehee DI say Oki Okihcjma Okahcjma < J JhCpa
hcjma crops have been materially J erlally dsru dsrua 4 Wl WlaIed ni niaced
a aced ed by the sultry wind windAt wbIdAt wiodAt
At Muskogee the government thr thrm th thm thrm4neeter
m m4neeter meter registered 110 U This was t the tj6hI thehihet > a ahighest
highest hI recorded in the three states statesA stateshot
A 01 hot wind blew all day at McAlo ldcAffri ldcAffrib McAlcstrwfth r rwith >
with b the temperature at 108 1 Vegetal VegetatlIl VegetatlIlthere a athere rithhre
there is being killed k led Cotton is materia materiadoaged matHlaLdamaged materlaidamaged >
damaged doagedReports damagedteports
Reports teports from the panhandle district IM IMdi indite ir irdi
di dite ate that little more than modTato modTatotemperature modpratperature modrattenperature
temperature perature has ha prevailed on account o othp oth of ofthp
thp th altitude and prevailing windsik winds windst
ik t t Joseph Mo Mo Aug 16 16Three Three dcatl deatlwere deatwre 3 3were
were reported today toda due to the he h < t tantong tacionc taniong
antong acionc them being William A K Knyon n > n l tCHill i iCivil lCi
Civil Ci 11 war veteran aged seventyfour seventyfourt
11t t Louie Aug 16 16Two Two men died ff ffth f fthp fthi
thp th heat today and nine additional death deathwaloh deatbwiilch deathswilch
waloh occurred Saturday and Sunday a ai aiwhich L1 L1wideh 1 1waich
which had not been made public be b beraii beraiikrown < al alkriown 11 i iknown
known by the burial permits Th Thferhment gl gle1 gertunent
erhment e1 1ment thermometer registered reg terEd 90 90grees II O < d dgr dgrfes
grees gr s at noon noonTopfka noonTopeka noonTopeka
Topeka Kan Aug 16 16Lallt Last night Wa Wath9 watito n ntha
tha hottest of the season the thermomct thermomctregistering thrmomHre thermomerrelsterlng
registering re ltering St degrees at midnight midnIghtm midnightmst V Vm
m mst st the entire city slept outdoors out oors oorsporches i tpches iporches
porches lawns or wherever they cu ClUtll ClUtllget 1 1get I Iget
get a breath of air airThis airThis airThis
This has been the hottest period sin 81nup sinhIP
11 up JJ Th temperature has been abo above abovevery M Mfcr qpyrry
fcr very da day for eight days and has ha r rdrPPrl nt ntdrlpd c cdiopPd
diopPd below 70 any night In 19m 19 < 11 t tTIJtrur ti tirnr i ini
ni TIJtrur rnr T arv ir w WI v > s above 100 for nineteen < o oaeeutrve qi qi8eutie l lut
aeeutrve ut e days chtysChicago oy8Zhicago daysThlcago
Chicago Aug 18 16A A murder epidemii epidemiipr epIdemiprvalled
pr prvalled r ailed here today This is attribut attributtothe attrlbutIto A Ato
to tothe the peculiar weather conditions th thit thith t thavf 1 1hHve
havf h p prevailed since last Fr Frida Friday da > In nm nmmstince I1nin nniflatance
mstince in tmct a man nurdered his wife wound wounded ¬
ed hi his son probatm atallv and kiKtl kiKtlhin kkihiI1S kI 1 I Il1iTsef
hin l1iTsef = ef f In moth Dutllr r a woman was sti sht shti > t
= s1 155 i tmts and the th TTIHI wh < > is aecu accul acculf tl tlt
t f t in i 1ILr hT h < r a asaHat aii aiJalt t v < i rescued front frorumob frontIm frrn1mb
1mb mob b violence by the police Two m mr mrI H Hw awre
Im I w were rp shot in saloon brawls and andattempted 5eel 5eelattempttd I II
I attempted suicides were reported

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