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Famous amous PinchotBallinger Con Controversy Controversy Controversy
troversy Is Finally Ended at atDenver atDenver atDenver
Denver by the Adoption of ofSeveral ofSeveral ofSeveral
Several Resolutions ResolutionsDIVISION ResolutionsDIVISION ResolutionsDIVISION
Tariff Commission and Law LawRegulating LawRegulating LawRegulating
Regulating the Use of Graz Grazing Grazing Grazing ¬
ing Lands Are Among Mat Matters Matters Matters ¬
ters Wanted by Delegates DelegatesAS
ENVER Colo Aug 20 20The 20TheD 20TheD The Theagitation
D agitation a itation over the Colorado Coloradoforest Coloradoforest Coloradoforest
forest reserves and the activ activities activities activities ¬
ities of Gifford Pinchot broke into intoopen intoopen intoopen
open fire before the transMississippi transMississippicongress
congress this afternoon and after a ahot ahot ahot
hot debate a resolution calling upon uponcongress uponcongress uponcongress
congress for a law declaring for a adivision adivision adivision
division of the agricultural mineral mineraland mineraland mineraland
and forest lands was passed passedThe
I The resolution was the one present presented ¬
ed d by b Former Senator T M Patterson Pattersonof
of Colorado It had been in committee committeefor
for two days and the feeling was wasabioad wasabroad wasabroad
abroad in the congress that it was an anovert anovert anovert
overt attack on Pinchot and this assertion asser assertion assertion ¬
tion was made on tne door by Frank FrankGowdy FrankGowdy FrankGowdy
Gowdy of Denver who opposed oppos th the ac action actlOl acting ¬
ting tionMr
Mr Ir Patterson Pttlter on said > he had no inten intention Intention intention ¬
tion of attacking Mr Pinchot and andn andWante andwanted
anted n < l merely a settlement once for all allof allof ailofl
of ofl the Pinchot controversy in which it itliid ItlJa ithad
had lJa be been n charged that Mr r Pinchot has hasoverlooked hasnverlooktwf hasoverlooked
overlooked technicalities in reserving reservingforest reservingf vlnb vlnbtrest
forest f rest lands landsInstantly landsInstantly landsInstantly
Instantly the floor was alive with withprospecthe withprospective i iprospective
prospective speakers for and against againstthe
the resolution and it continued to be so sountil 110lmtll sountil
until Mr CJovdjr offered an amendment amendmentcommending amendmentlIrnmendlng amendmentrommending
commending the forestry policies p Ucies of ofti oftl oftln
ti tln administration adn D ltltI This was 11ii accepted acceptedl
1 by > Mr Ir Patterson and in turn Mr Gow Gowii Go GoJ Gowtlr
ii tlr J < accepted the Patterson resolution resolutionBoth t tesoWtIeuBnth ohJtlonBoth
Both were passed paa ed and this thlllet effeptively effeptivelyit thtlY thtlYIt
it is believed lteved stops the fore forestry try die dispute dlslUte dielute ¬
lute lUte which hleh has ha been n the factor most mostft mOltffared
a ft feared ared through the session sessionResolutions sessionResolutions sessionResolutions
Resolutions Are Reported ReportedThe
The resolution committee presented presenteda
a partial report and the clauses on the thefollowing th thfol1owlng thefnllow
following fnllow ing subjects were adopted adoptedThat adoptedThat adoptedThat
That the income tax measure become becomea
a law lawThat la lawThat
That a tariff commission of experts expertsbe
be b placed in service serviceThat serviceThat ervj ervjThat
That coiigrfes con pass a law regulating regulatingthe
the use of grazing lands landsThat JanasThat leansThat
That Alaska Ala k be given a territorial territoriallegislature territoriallq territoriallegislature
legislatureThat legislature legislatureThat lq islature islatureThat
That congress con pass a ala law preventing preventingthe
the collection of federal liquor revenue revenuein
in prohibition territory territoryThat territoryThat territoryThat
That aW be extended American n ship shipping sh1pping shlpping = ¬
ping pingThe pingThe pingThe
The principal speaker of the after afternoon afternnon afternoon ¬
noon was Governor HadleY of Missouri Missouriv M1seourlwho IhlMur1who
v who ho dealt with the rate question in his hisMate histlate hisMate
Mate MateCovernor tlatel Matetovernor
Covernor l overuor Hartley HadJe declared that the therailway therailway ther
railway r < rebate and not t the e tariff is istlu isth isthe
the mother of trusts tru u He said that one onejntn oneman oneroan
man was responsible for placing the theblame theblame theblame
blame where it belonged and for put putting putting putting ¬
ting a quietus on the rate evil with withsvuli withsuch withsuch
such force that it has not shown its itshead Itfihead itshead
head since and that man was Rooseplt RooseWIt Roose Rooselt
WIt plt lt He said he was not in favor of ofthe oftllf ofthe
the government ownership of railroads railroadsbut
but he said he would rather see govern government governJ11nt government ¬
ment ownership of railroads than the theg thegllyernment thegovernment
g government < > eminent owned by the railroads railroadsHe
He closed lIo his address by b declaring declaringthat
that he believes the answer to the rate ratequestion ratequstion ratequestion
question lies in making navigable the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great inland waterways waterwaysYOUNG waterwaysYOUNG vjterwavMakes
Makes Effort to Save Lawyer and Is IsCaught IsCaught IsCaught
Caught by Swift SwiftCurrent SwiftCurrent SwiftCurrent
Current CurrentAildwood CurrentWildwood CurrentWildw
Wildw Wildwood oud N Y Aug 20 20111 In a futile futileeifort futilejfnrt futileeifart
eifort to save the life of W Yo Brooke Lee Leea Le LeMET Lei
MET i a well ell known Philadelphia lawyer lawyerIth
v ith whom she was swimming in the theMff thenrf thesurf
surf at Wildwood Crest today Miss Missirginia MissVirginia I1S8Virginia
Virginia Paul one of the leaders in the thevninger thellll1ger theounger
vninger set > = et t of Philadelphia society societyPJO so societyalso < iety ietyJ
also J 10 was drowned in the win swan swannrrent o < pan eanirreni pannrn
irreni nrn > nl Neither r body was recovered T
Before a strike is called Mahon un under under under ¬
der his organizations constitution must mustattempt mustaftempt mustattempt
attempt to nettle the matters in die dispute dlsput dieputt ¬
put and failing this he mut > t fall on onthe onthe onthe
the general executive board of the or organization organlzatin organization ¬
ganization to fl authorize a strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The r rpit red lotion + nn by the north and west westFide westtddf westside
Fide Ht Htrpp ft ear < ar mens union last night nightof nJhtof
of the pi TtIPfPi postd wage PI schedule offered offeredl
1 PreMiimt Koaeh Hoa < h of the th Chicago ChicagoRallwav Chlca ChlcaRallwli ChicagoRaliwars
Rallwav s + < ornriam reopened the con controvera conrOVfrs controvere
trovera rtvittn race t + 11 the street car ar com companies companies companies ¬
panies rJ 1 t fir l1Iploye > mplo es and all again againbrings a mainbrings 11t 11tbrings
brings iv wrt n I r ange of f possibility possibilityn
n strike cf f a ail l i + tort tar nit men n of + f thu thuAn tldC1t lliscity
C1t city
cityAn An amicable settlement of the dis dispute dispute dispute ¬
pute however is still hoped for based
The railroad wizard whose health is the subjeot of Wall street concern
New York Aug 2ft Declaring that re reports reports reports ¬
ports of Edward H Harrimans ill health healthwere healthwere healthwere
were gretrtly r ly exaggerated and that the thefinancier thettnancler thefinancier
financier was almost ahn t in his normal healthAlevander health healthAlexander healthAl
Alexander Al vQilder Sillier secretary of f the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union and Southern Pacifies returned to today today today ¬
day from Europe In the Cunard liner linerMauritania linerMaun linerMauretanla
Mauritania Maun > tanla having been b n abroad with Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman MrHarriman
Harriman who is returning aboard the
The men did not come to blows be because because because ¬
cause they were on opposite sides of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the table but the lie was practically practicallypassed practicallypused practicallypassed
passed between them before their argu argument argument argument ¬
ment over the faulty pipe wan w finished finishedAfter finishedAfter nl bed bedAfter
After the board had considered the theMoran theMoran theMoran
Moran bill for more than half an hour houra
a vote was taken on the motion of ofMr ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir Hallpran that it be paid and was waslost waslost waslost
lost by a tie vote Which means that thatone thatone thatone
one P J Moran official contractor for forthe forthe forthe
the city Ity will have h w to wait some S0 t8 more morebefore morebefore morebefore
before he gets his money The motion motionto
to pay the bill according to the esti estimates e estimates tl tlmates ¬
mates of the city engineer which gives givesMoran givesMoran givesMoran
Moran 2045867 20 15S0 Was voted for by AV AVJ WJ V VJ
J HalloraTi and Thomas J Armstrong Armstrongand Armstrongand
and against by Chairman H G McMIIian McMil McMillan lcMIIJan ¬
lan and andC C D Rooklidge Charles P PBrooks PBrooks PBrooks
Brooks the fifth member of the board boardwas boardwas boardwas
was not present and so the motion was waslost wal08t wad
lost and Moran will have to wait waitCity waltCity waitCity
City Engineers Estimate EstimateThe
The estimate of the city engineer for forthis forthis forthis
this work wor estimated from his own men menwho menwho menwho
who visited the work had got into the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the council without the theknowledge theknowledge theknowledge
knowledge of the > board and was sent sentback Sfntha senthark
back ha < k to the board last night with the
K Kaiser Wllbelat11r WUbelM WNIeJ duo here acct 1 vaekChen vpek vpekWhen eke ekeWhen
When I left l tt Mr 1 t Harrtrnan man two weeks weeksAgo w weeksago ks ksago
Ago said Mr Miller he was rapidly rapldtyreturning rapidlyreturning rapidlyretdrnlng
returning to his wonted health When in inwent mwent Iwwent
went away Mr Harriman was suffer suffering 8uttering suffering ¬
ing from the aftereffects of ptomaine ptomainepolftoning ptomainepolllOnlng ptomainepoisoning
polftoning I went with him to the th baths bathsand bathsand bathsand
and if they did id himas much good as asthev asI asthey
I they did mo he is Isf feeling fine
Moran Bill Sets City Officials to toQuarreling toQuarreling toQuarreling
Quarreling Again and andIsnt andIsnt andIsnt
Isnt Paid PaidWHAT ut utW
HAT came near being a free fight between C D Rooklidge member mem member ¬
ber of the board of public works and City Engineer L C Kelsey Kelseygrew Kelseygr Kelseygrev
grev grew gr 10ut out of the X20000 20000 bill of P J Moran for repairs on the wooden woodenstave woodenstave woodenstave
stave outlet pipe at the meeting of the board of works last night nightIt
It was only the timely intervention of W J Halloran member of the theboard theboard theboard
board that ended hostilities for the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The break was the result of an old grade between Mr Rooklidge and andChairman andChairman andChairman
Chairman H G McMillan of the board on the one side and City Engi Engineer Engineer Engineer ¬
neer Kelsey on the other
CHICAGO C HICAGO Aug 20 2UWilliam O William D Mahon president of the theVJ theInternational theInternational
VJ International Streetcar Mens union who is expected here heretomorrow heretomorrow heretonwrrow
tomorrow to take charge of the threatening street railway sit situation situation sitiiation ¬
uation is depended upon by the local union leaders and by the theofficials theofficials theofficials
officials of the railway companies to bring permanent peace
on the efforts which will probably be bemade betnade bemade
made by President Mahon MahonPossibility MahonPo MahonPossibility
Possibility Po lblUty of a strike prompted Act ActIng ActIng Acting
Ing Chief of Police Schuettler to issue issuean
an order today instructing In > commanding commandingofficers commandingofficers commandingofficers
officers to cancel all applications of ofpolicemen ofpolicemen ofpolicemen
policemen for furloughs and also to tolearn tolearn tolearn
learn the whereabout of all policemen policemennow
now of ofdut dutyGERMANY duty dutyGERMANY
Berlin Aug SB 3IGermany Germany has accepted acceptedthe
the invitation of the United Unltedijtate Spates to tosend tomd tosend
send md naval nBa representation repre ntatlon to tile Portola Portolacelebration PortolaceI Portolacelebration
celebration ceI Uon at San Francisco next Oote October Ooteber Ooteber ¬
ber and orders have been sent to the thecruiser therulser thecruiser
cruiser Arcona now In Pacific waters to tobe tobe tobe
be present
request that the notea notellj of the inspectors inspectorsbe In pectorsbe
be shown to check up on the tblalms claims of ofMoran ofIoran ofMoran
I Moran The contractors final liB estimate estimateaske estimateask estimateasks
ask for about 2SOO eO more than the thecity thecity thecity
city engineers en n rs figures figuresIt ft gu res resIt
It was developed at the meeting last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night that the records of the inspec inspectors inlV4ct018 inepectors ¬
tors of the board are absolutely ab olutelyworth olutelyworthless worthless worth worthless ¬
less as they cover only eight hours of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each day whereas Morans gangs gangsworked gangsworked gangsworked
worked twelve hours And even at atthat atthat atthat
that the proportion shown by b the In Inspectors Insp4ctors Inspectors ¬
spectors reports was far out of the theway theway theway
way It was another example of the theabsolute theabsolute theabsolute
absolute Inefficiency of the system systemof systeminspecting
of inspecting provided by the beard on onall onaU onall
all public contract jobs No check at atall atall atall
all was kept by the inspectors on the theameunt theamount
ameunt of sand and gravel used by b the theconstractor t tcons theconstractor
I constractor cons tractor on this work nor the theamount theamount theamount
amount of steel used for the reinforce reinforcements reinforcements reinforcements ¬
ments mentsThe mentsThe mentsThe
The talk over the bill wont back over overthe overth0 < rverth
the th ground on which the board has hasstood hasstood hasstood
stood for weeks and for which Chair Chairman ChalrmaR Chairman ¬
man McMillan Mr Brooks and Mr MrRooklidge MrRookJldge MrRooklidge
Rooklidge came near losing login their heads headsabout headsabout headsabout
about a month ago when the mayor de demanded demanded demanded
manded that they order the payment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the money to Moran or he would put putIn putIn putin
In a new board At that time they theyagreed the theagreed theyagreed
agreed to pay the money but have haveagain haveagain haveagain
again balked and there may still be beserious beserIous beserious
serious trouble troubleChairman troubleChRlrmkn troubleChalrmkn
Chairman McMillan last night took tookthe too toothe tookthe
the stand that the board had li no way wayauthorized wayauthorlzEd wayauthorized
authorized any of the work with the theContinued theContinued theContinued
Continued on Page 2 2Wisconsin 2I 2PRIMARY 2PRIMARY
Wisconsin Politicians Tell legisla legislative ¬
tive Committee That Measure MeasureIncreases 1tleasureIncreases MeasureIncreases
Increases Expenses ExpensesMilwaukee ExpensesMilwaukee ExpensesMilwaukee
Milwaukee Aug 30 20One One Republican Republicanand
and two Democrats today appeared be before before before ¬
fore the Nev Ne v York legislative commit committee ¬
tee which Is investigating the primary primaryelection primaryeleetkm primaryelection
election law of various states all voicing voicingstrong vOIcingstrong voicingstrong
strong sentiment against the Wisconsin Wisconsinlaw scon ln lnlaw
law lawState State Senator Fairchild Republican Republicansaid
said the law added to election expenses expensesof t expansesof > xpenseBof
of candidates rather than leantting them themas
as compared compare to convention methods and andthat andthat andthat
that the poor had little chance In a polltical po political poUtlcal ¬
litical struggle struggleMayor struggleMayor struggleMayor
Mayor David Rose Democrat < riM riMcized riticized
cized the law and said Senator LaFoliette LaFoliettedid
did not live 11 up to the principle of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law of which be was the father
Taft Is Planning Planninga
a Trip to Mexico
President of United States and andPresident andPresident andPresident
President of Mexico Will Ex Exchange Exchange Exchange ¬
change Visits on Occasion of ofSouthern ofSouthern ofSouthern
Southern Trip TripGIVES TripI TripGIVES
Taft Already at Work Getting GettingTogether GettingTogether GettingTogether
Together Topics for Consid Consideration Consideration Consideration ¬
eration by Congress at the theNext theNext theNext
Next Regular Session SessionWMIm SessionTALKS SessionTALKS
EVERLY Mass Aug 20 President OPrfSidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
BEVERLY B Taft today accepted an invitation to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit Mexican territory on October OctoberIb
Ib next when he will ill exchange visitswith visits visitswith vJsltswith
with President Diaz of Mexico at El Paso Pasoand Pasoand Pasoand
and Juarez Senor De la Barra the Mex Mexican MexIcan Mexican ¬
ican ambassador personally conveyed a amessage amesAge amessage
message from President Diaz to President PresidentTaft PresIdentTatt PresidentTaft
Taft today Mr Taft is looking for forward forward forward ¬
ward with keen delight to his meeting meetingwith meetingwith meetingwith
with President Diaz He expressed expres ed last lastwinter lastwinter lastwinter
winter a desire de lre for a personal interview interviewwith Interview1th interviewwith
with the man who ho for so o long has been beenat beenat beenat
at the head of affairs in the southern re republic republic republic ¬
public and the meeting was arranged for foron forOR foron
on the occasion of the presidents trip tripthrough tripthrough
through the southPresident south couthPresident southPrelldent
President Diaz first will ill visit Mr Taft Taftin Taftin Taftin
in Et 1 Paso Then the president pre tdent cross crossing crossIng crosslug ¬
ing the bridge over the Rio Grande willreturn will willreturn 111 111return
return the call in the quaint Mexican Mexicanvillage Mexican111qe Mexicanvillage
village of Ciudad Juarez United States Statestroops Statestroo Statestroops
troops troo will w l b be gathered at El Paso and andMexican andKxlean andMexican
Mexican troops at Ciudad Juarez JuarezPresident JuarezPreaJdent JuarezPresident
President Taft had a brief talk with withAttorney withAttorney withAttorney
Attorney General Ge ral Wickersham this aft afternoon aftI afternoon ¬
ernoon but put off until tomorrow the thetertoua theIIf theserious
I serious IIf > rioua consideration of the outline of pro proposed propOlled proposed ¬
posed changes chan in the interstate commerce commercand commereand commerceand
and antitrust laws which hlch Mr Wickerahaw Wicker Wickerbaw Vickerahaw
ahaw has been considering
After wrestling with Colenel Bogey Bogeyall
all moraine nin < < on the golf olf links of the My Myopia Myopia Myopia ¬
opia club President Taft granted an audience audi audience audltoday ¬
ence today to Senor De la Barra the theMexican theMexican theMexican
Mexican ambassador to Washington The Toeobject Theobjeet Theobject
object 1ft f the tb diplomats visit It was said saidwas Aidwaa saidwas
was to talk ta over details of Precedent PrecedentTafts Prd PresfdatTafts t tTatts
Tafts meeting with Present Diaz of ofMextr oft ofat
Mextr at t E4 Pa Paid Oeceer 1 16 16next next It Itpractically npracticallT Itpractically
practically has been decided that Pres President PretId Preeident ¬
ident Id nt Bias will call upon President Taft Taftat
at El Paso and that later that day Pres President PresId President ¬
ident Id nt Taft will enter Mexican territory territoryto
to return the visit at Cludad Juarez Juarezarrow Juarez8r088 Juarezacross
arrow th the RIo Grande river The wld widu widuing < n ning nIRtf
ing of the combined Influence > In the the1nlted thenlte4
United States and Mexico over the little littlerepublics littlerepublics littlerepublics
republics of Central America Amc > rlcjl also en enter enter enteredinto
ter teredinto d into todays discussion discussionReforms dlacu discussionr ton tonI
I Reforms Urged by Taft TaftAn TaftAn TaftAn
An International incorporation act leg ¬
islative approval of railroad 1 traffic agree agreements agreements > e ements ¬
ments and 1I 41 prevention pr ventlon of the overcapital ¬
ization of the corporations engaged in n
interstate commerce are three of the re ¬
forms that will be urged ur ed upon congress
by President Taft next December To Tothese Tothese Tothese
these will be added a fourth fourthan an inter ¬
diction against < t any Interstate railway rallwa ac acquiring acquiring acquiring ¬
quiring stock in a competing line
These reforms all of them part of the theexecutive tlt4fxecutlve theexecutive
executive program of the president will will1M
be > taken up early next week at a con ¬
ference to be held in New York Yorkttweep between
Attornv Attor V General Wickersham Solicitor
General Bowers Interstate Commerce
Commissioners Prouty and Knapp Secre ¬
tary Nagel of the department of com commerce commerce commerce ¬
merce and labor and Representative
Townsend TOW end of Michigan MichiganThe
The attorney general neral visited vtsltf > d the pres ¬
ident today to take up these problems
but owing owln to the presidents pret dents engagements enga ements
the conference was leferred until tomor ¬
row afternoon at 3 oclock Mr MrWicker r Wicker
sham said on leaving the presidents pre kJents cot ¬
tage that the task ahead of the commit ¬
tee was a big one 01 and that they were
going ahead slowly investigating everj ever
phase of the intestate commerce law as I Iwell
well as the Sherman antitrust law the
rate law and all similar legislation No
report he eaW would be made to the
president president until after the return of the t
LatJ latter to Washington By that time it is
hoped 2 f tohav to have a definite and compre tom pre
hlmllive n nsiv6 plan to recommend to the pres nresSS
Ident tn SS such shape y t that t he can make use
of It in the t final
draft of his message mee age to
congress congressOne congreuOne congressOne
One of the reforms which the attorney
general will urge uoor the president Is
altogether Iikol m likely I > to be > the j subject of one oneContinued oneContinued oneContinued
Continued on Page 7 7Counsel 7TIREDOFBUNG
Counsel for Man Concerned in inWindsor inWindsor inWindsor
Windsor Loan Case So Ex Expresses Expresses Expresses ¬
presses Himself HimselfNew
New York Aug 39 30Sterling Sterling lilrminghani Birming Birmingham Birmingham ¬
ham the dismissed loan clerk of the theWindsor theWindsor theWindsor
Windsor Trust company said today todaythrough todaylhrougb todaythrough
through his counsel that he was tired tiredof
of eIng > > made the goat An invest1 investiga ImoettIgatlon a ¬
tion was what he would most welcome It Itwould Itwould itwould
would give him the chance to show that thatthroughout thatthroughout thatthroughout
throughout his connection with the loan loanof
of 30000 0 to M M Joyce a broker for forAugustus F FAugustus FAugustus
Augustus Heinae he acted under orders ordersfrom ordersfrom ordersfrom
from his superiors superiorsThe
The grand jury is anxious to determine determinethis
this point as it was on the affidavit of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Young that Birmingham was wastoday wastoday Va Vatoday
today arraigned in police poll e court charged chargedwith chSrgedwith chargedwith
with a misdemeanor in accepting 230 90 90a as asa asa
a fee for his services in pushing the loan loanthrough loerithrough loanthrough
through throughThree throughThree throughThree
Three other men who are now under in indictment Indiclment indictment ¬
dictment appeared before Judge Jlld 8 MulqueentodayCharles Mulqueen Mulqueentoday 11ulqueentodayCharlts
today todayCharlts Charles Katz president of the theRastern theKa8b theJaaetern
Rastern Ka8b > rn Brewing company A D S Adams Ad Adams Adama ¬
ams of Boston and W Walter lter I Clark a anote anote anote
note broker brokerIn
In Clarks case the records of the th court courtof
of general sessions siOM which show that he hehas habaa hehas
has been previously indicted for forgery forgeryand
and has done time In Elmira were pro produced produced produced ¬
duced before the grand Jury JuryAdams jurAdams juryAdams
Adams bail was set at 12000 more morethan morethan morethan
than he could find and he was vasaent sent to tothe toth tothe
the th To Tombs nbs Katz had to furnish JKOOO JKOOOand 16000and 1000nll
and nll Clarks bail of 312ttM 11 was continued continuedM
M l th the > request rpq Ufst of counsel < pleading in all allthrfp alltIlTf allthree
three tIlTf O caf + as PS was postponed T > ostponedunUl until next nextTuf nextTuf nextTuesdi
Tuf Tuesdi1h Tuf TufTh sd i iilif +
Th ilif 11 sent attitude of the district at attorneys attomeY1 attorneys ¬
torneys office is that nothing criminal criminalhas
has been proved pro d against the trust com companj compan cornpuny
pan or its officers
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Boston Aug Discontinuance 20 of ofquotations ofquotations ofquotations
quotations on shares of the Newhouse Newhousemines Newhousemines Newliousemines
mines and smelter on the New York Yorkstock Yorkstock Yorkstock
stock exchange exchan e is due to the fact that
92 per cent of the stock has been de deposited deposited rIeposited ¬
posited under a plan of reorganization reorganizationThe
The name of the new company will willbe willbe willbe
be the South Utah Mines and Smelters SmeltersIt
It will have the same capitalization as asthe
the old company 1306006 bonds and andKi000 andIKJOOO and6ooooo
Ki000 < shares of stock only the new newbonat newbon newbonds
bonds bon b will be income bonds instead in tead of offirst offirst offirst
first mortgage and the par value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new ne stock will m be 5 instead of 10 10The 10The 10The
The reorganization has not been completely com completely ompletely ¬
pletely effected as yet pt As the property propertypasses propertypalilsel propertypasses
passes to the reorganized rc > company it itwill itwill
will immediately resume active opera operations operations operations ¬
tions tionsPeoria tionsPASStNGfRS J I
Peoria Ill I Aug 20 2OThe The steamer Fred FredSwain JoTIdSwain FredSwain
Swain owned by the Peoria La Salle SallePacket SallePacket SallePacket
Packet company caught fire in mid midstream mIdstlfam midstream ¬
stream this afternoon and burned to the thewater thewaters I Iwaters
waters a edge d There were about 1W peo people people ¬ I IpIe
ple on board but all were rescued One Onenan Oneman i iman
man suffered a broken arm but no one oneelse oneelse I Ielse
else was Injured InjuredThe InjuredThe i
The origin of the fire is not knewn knewnThe knownThe knewnThe
The escapes from the blazing vessel vesselwere veuelwere vesselwere
were miraculous A wild panic reigned reignedThe reignedThe reignedThe
The gangplank was thrown down to al allow allow allow ¬
low the passenger pa8 4nge to board rowboats rowboatsthat rowboatsthat rowboatsthat
that had been hurried to the rescue butIt butit
it burned throwing fifteen people into the thewitter thewater thewater
water These The e were rescued ued with diffi difficulty difficulty dUllculty ¬
culty Two men who fell with the gang gangplank gangplank gangplank ¬
plank seized two little children and swam swamto
to shore with them themCaptain themCaptaIn themCaptain
Captain Swain ordered the boatbeaded boat boatbeached boatbeached
beached beaded Life preservers prl ervtnJ were distributed distributedand
and the crew helped the frightened pas passengers pasRngers passengers ¬
sengers into the rowboats by which the thewere thewere they theywere
were taken ashore safely safelyEmma safelySHE afelySHe
Emma Hatfield Prominent in Eng English English English ¬
lish Womans Suffrage Movement MovementStops MovementStops MovementStops
Stops in Salt LakeEmma Lake LakeEmma LakeEmma
Emma Hatfield noted English writer writeron
on woman suffrage and prominently iden identified Ide Idetined idetitled ¬
tined with the recent demonstrations In InLondon InLondon inLondon
London and other large lar cities of Eng ¬
land is II at the KnuUford en n route to toChina toChina toChina
China where she will spend six lx wont montw montwwith bI bIwith iswith
with a brother who im engaged in the thotea thetea thetea
tea business at Canton C < < nt n She will return returnto
to England via the Suez Suc > z canal thus thuscircling thusclrcUn thuscircling
circling the globe globeSpeaking globeSpeaking globeSpeaking
Speaking of conditions in England con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning the suffrag mo movement enient Miss Hat HatfleJd HattIeJd Hatfield
field declared that it was but a matter matterOf
Of a very short time until Inti at action tion suffi sufficiently 8ufflclentl sufficlently ¬
ciently radical as < to gin worn11 vorn n the th < un nnqualificrl unqualitirij unQualiflfd
qualitirij right to t > yot > otr js taken M th thBritish thBritish thBritish
British iHrli p t arliani < < rJiannt rJianntMiss rn ut utMiss it itMiss
Miss Hatfield leaves this morning for forSan forSan forSan
San Francisco from where she he will sail sailAug sailAug sailAug
Aug J6 6
Chosen c Judge of the Juvenile Court ourt
Prominent Congressman Says SaysSenator SaysSenator SaysSenator
Senator Smoot Made Great GreatName GreatName GreatName
Name for Himself HimselfJ
J 3 M Miller of Council Grove Kan KancongresBman KULcolJgrtWIman Kaucotigre
congresBman cotigre nsan from f oIn the Fourth district of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that state for twelve yesft yei y and Dd promi prominent ProInent prominent ¬
nent in national polities stopped over in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake yesterday to visit his former formerlaw formerlaw formerlaw
law partner Judge M L 1 Ritchie of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Congressman Miller goes to the theHawaiian tileHawaIIan theHawaiian
Hawaiian islands as a member of the theHawaiian theIla theh
Hawaiian Ila h wallan commission appointed by the thecongress theIongre thecongress
congress to investigate conditions in the theinsular theInsular theinsular
insular possessions He sails Tuesday TuesdaySpeaking Tue8dayS TueadaySpeaking
Speaking S klng of his acquaintance with the theTtah theFtah theUtah
Utah men in Washington Congressman CongressmanMiller Conere man manMiller
Miller declared that no state in the union unionwas unionwas unionwas
was better represented repre ented than Utah H Hsaid Hsaid I Isaid
said that Senator Reed Smoot in connec eotinection connection connection ¬
tion with the tariff reform had made a anational anational anational
national name for himself and a more morefavorable morefavorable morefavorable
favorable name than Senator Aldrich Aldrichchairman Aldrichchairman Aldrichchairman
chairman of otthe the finance committee had haddone haddone haddone
done Smoot is a big man and a grow growing growIng growing ¬
ing one one declared Miller and the coun country country country ¬
try a as a whole will hear of him in many manynational manynaOonal manynational
national Issues yet to come comeMiller comeMiller comeMiller
Miller Is also a personal friend of Con Congressman Conreuman Congreaeman ¬
gressman Joseph Jo eph Howell with whom he hewas hewas hewas
was associated alllilO < Utted in several house commit committees committees committees ¬
tees teesDiscussing Discussing the tariff Congressman Mil Miller Killer MIIler ¬
ler was of the opinion that the present presentsolution presentsolution presentsolution
solution would be final for many years to tocome tocome tocome
come and although there existed some somedissatisfaction BOmedi88tl somedissatisfaction
dissatisfaction di88tl factkm the future workings of the thebill thebill thebill
bill would pVjve e Its general adequacy
The Kansas Kan a congressman was consider considerably coruriderably considerably ¬
ably identified with the western Issue of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tariff and a in that line succeeded in inforcing Inforcing inforcing
forcing even the Kansas City Star for foryears foryean foryears
years politically opposed to him to admit admitthe admitthe admitthe
the value of his hi services servicesMiller aervlcesKiller servicesMiller
Miller is perhaps p best known at the na national national national ¬
tional capital as chairman of the commit committee ¬
tee tc > e on interstate inter ute and foreign affairs affairswhich affairswhich tfainwhich
which has ha most to do with the Panama Panamacanal Panacanal Panamacanal
canal Miller recently returned from the thecanal theanal thecanal
canal zone and reports favorable progrese prog progress ¬
ress ressHelena 1811SAYS
Helena Mont Aug 20 OCongressmanCharlel Congressman DCongressmanCharles CongressmanCharles
Charles N Pray who has arrived in thiscity this thiscity thllcity
city from the national capital in an in interview Interview interview ¬
terview today predicted that under the thenext thenext
next ne t federal census Montana would have havethree havethree havethree
three eougree congressmen nen instead of one onetas > as at atpresent atpre atpresent
present pre ent The basis for representation is is206eoo < s sM6COO
M6COO and Congressman Congr man Pray expects expectsthat expectsthat expectsthat
that Montana will show a population ef efapproximately ofapproximately f fapproximately
approximately 000000 under the new census cen census en ensus ¬
sus He calls attention to the fact that thatIt
It has been n necessary to establish 1 16 1t6 1t6new 5 5new
new postoffices within the last year to toprovide toproIdemaii toprovide
provide proIdemaii mail facilities for the new set settlers settlers et ettlenc ¬
Alexander McMaster aster the We WeKnown WcKnown WrKnown
Known local Attorney Is IsSelected IsSele IsSelepted
Selected Sele ted fnr f Race RaceA PlaceA PlpceA
LEXANDER McMASTEK of ofSoutfi 2 2So n nSouth
A South So tltj Minth Fut street streetwell streetwell w wwell <
well known local attorney was wasen cl chr chre r s sen
en e as juvenile court judge for ti tiSalt t tii tiisalt IF IFslt > >
Salt Lake district trict at the meeting isthe c cthe or orthe
the thejuvenile juvenile lcourt court commission in the tlieoffice t theoffice le leoftice
office of Governor William Spry Spryterday JC JCterda ycyterday
terday terda afternoonThe afternoon afternoonThe
The meeting lasted from 2 oclountil oclo oclountil odoluntil <
until nearly 0 with a short sh rt inteir inteirsion intnnlision intcrnSion
sion when the governor went to t tShort tw twShort tlhShort >
Short Line depot to see let the HICU HICUSchool JU HigiSchool g gSchool
School cadets off daring which tim timthe timo timothe tiuithe
the several candidates were consul consulered consulend consl conslerect
end separately 1y and Jtr r JtcMast1 JtcMast1finished cMastlfinilhecl cMast4rkiehed
finished in i tjie t te leadMr lead leadMr leadMr
Mr McMaHter received notice > r rappointmentfrom < f fappointment f fappointment
appointment appointmentfrom from The Herald H HeraldUllcan raldHI raldHIIican R i ilican
lican shortly shortlyafter 1 after his selection b bcommission hcommission by bycommission
commission He had not made a aited s sited I IIted
ited race forthe Judgeship judge lUp and tl tilection t tlection tllectlon >
lection camels a surprise e even even t tHe tHe tHe
He wan something of a adark dark ji hIn i iin
in the race Xor Xor the office though thotiMiqualifications thoUglquaUftcationw thoughqualifications
qualifications to handle the imp > i iposition 1po r rposition
position po JtJon are pot questioned que tio d The Thecandidates Thecandidates j jcandidates
candidates tor f < < the office were V VBreeden r rB rBreeden
Breeden B den J 1red red red Anderson Natb NatbTanner Natht NathTanner > F FTanner
Tanner Haify Ha S Harper GeoiK GeoiKGibba GflJrGibbs GeurgGibbs
Gibbs D Bj B Richards and Nf Nfvir NfvirSonnedecker1 NevinSonnedeckert H HSonnedecker1
Sonnedecker1 All are attorney attorneymembers attornfmembers attorneysmembers
members of he state bar barN barAttorn barAttorney
N Attorney Attorn y ior or r Fifteen Years YearsMr
Mr XcMaer xcxa ter has been well w ell k kas kr kras < t tas
as an attorney attorn y for fifteen years it ita I Ia 1ia <
a member mem ofthe state bar bar8lld and ha haried has hasvied I Iried
ried on an extensive en lve practice in thtrict th thtrict t h htrict >
trict courts and the United st stcourt i icourt s scourt
court For i three iree terms he was ju juof j 11 t tof tof
of the peace peaces and declined the nun no nortion 111 j i itlon ttlon
tlon the fourth time to take u upractice up II > I Ipractice rpractice +
practice of taw aw Team ago Mr Ir M MMaster 1 1Master
Master was i tDemocrat Democrat and waseel was wased c ced t
ed from the Fifth FIfth precinct as a Pcratthe P Pcrat pcratthe
crat cratthe the on y time 1 a Democrat Democmtever < t 1 j jcver s sever
ever held the th position po ition In that pr < < n relected nelected nelected
elected on thfe th Democratic ticket ticketJudge ticketJudge ticketJudge
Judge MJcMaster Master is a Salt T Tproduct Tproduct 1 1product
product all tale way through II J lIborn IIborn If Ifborn >
born in Sal Salk Lake City Aug U Uwent I Iwent L Lwent
went through the elementary s sof i iof Iof
of those day and was graduated graduatedthe gr duaterl duaterlthe r rthe
the University of Utah He ent gntrr t 1 1political i ipolitical
political field when about 30 ye yeand V f fand J Jand
and for thre + t successive terms IT 11 + bI bIContinued I IContinued IContinued
Continued on Page 7
QPOKANE POKANE Wash Aug 20 20Dattling Battling desperately despera ly but almost almoatv3 helpl hetples1 s ly
v3 300 farmers farm rs and timber men are fighting hti R great forest file three thieemiles thleemiles threemiles
miles wide which is sweeping through the splendid spleDcd splent Id fir and tamarack tim timber timber timber ¬
ber north and west of Lake Coeur dAlene dAleneFor j
For forty hours the fire has defied all efforts to cheek it Mid lid as the thefames treflames t 1 1flames
flames neared Rookeford bay they split in two lisle erne e wall of ire moving movingnortheast movin movinnortheast a anortheast
northeast the other southeast beyond control 1
Railroad crew en the Oregon Railroad RailroadNavigation RallrQadNavfgatl RailroadNavigation
Navigation ri companys new branch line lineat litlEat lineat
at Camp 8 where the th fire in said to have havestarted have9tatted haveetatted
started tanners tor organizations artizattons and town townfire townfire
fire fighters nr trs have rushed 10 the thescene theselle thescene I
scene to relieve the first gang of nonwho nn nnwho n I Iwho
who have worked work > d in vain for tw Un twtty twttyfour itj itjfour
four hours to subdue tin t blaze hlazfI1e blazeThe > ldKpTTie
The fire which is n now w a1 ohIt nt it taenty taentyfive t < > itv itvfive I Ithp
five mil miles southeast of S Spnk 5pnkane ok > iP i is urn urning IIrning urning
ing a Iatl > at three miles nli wide i + im imalreadj I1 I1alrpad nt ntahead
ahead gout mot tViii Gds i > 1 s i isterns iSeems
sterns to bi r nn > i ynssil it + I Lh t imr mi i d dgaining i igaining
gaining iOc control t lF For every mile it 1 moves ntuvranow n movesnow i i inow
now it is estimated JloiniM hr 001 OI i worth of Jf iin iintimber rrutimber
timber > r ia destroyed desUo d and the total OlIO j
up to noon Ujday was estimate at atCW atCQO 1 r rC90
The fire IK Junlng Mitring over one onef f t r rEat I Iat
f Eat at t bodies of ofton timber In eastern easternem I Iton des k kton
ton and nortl nortlhaing em l 14nh1 < Ji ho much mucheeir u Ithalnlr trhaying
haying Just Justthe teem nil ni o 1 It 4 to toviene i Ulcll 1lal1 dturrthe < 1lal1tlw
the Coeur d dThfre viene tm triiThere 1 ri i iThpre
There are i ih 10 0 whit > i ilamet the thh theIn
h In > ide the thft lamet 1am t Ih h hpeneo ruin < on w wt
t < tin thn newly newlyM peneo i i iWB8 01 vi virIi >
111 M drawing firawingI was I r I In ago JKiiai ag agoh
1 I h rashlag rashlagas rn > n aid c iai iaito Ian r tL ra8
L as be beBlackwMl bee 1 In 11 h be I
BlackwMl Lu Luthe tuber i eomp > C is h e ar arthe
the damage dama to tl this < com omvanJs pan s sWill prv pruytt pruyttwill It
Will Lit Jt Uoato dv tv l1AOW 1 l1AOWt < V > OU6
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