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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 241909 24 1909 1
NOVEMBER ORDER ORDERIS ORDERI
I IS NOT NOTPOPULAR NOTPOPULARRoosevelts POPULAR POPULARRoosevelts
Roosevelts Action in Regard Regardto
to Postmasters May End EndAbruptly EndAbruptly EndAbrupUy
Abruptly AbruptlyCIVIL AbruptlyCIVIL AbrupUyCIVIL
CIVIL SERVICE RULE RULEHITCHCOCK RULEHITCHCOCK RULEHITCHCOCK
HITCHCOCK RATHER BELIEVES BELIEVESIN ELIEVESIN
IN REWARDING PARTY PARTYWahil1 PARTYtach
Wahil1 tach I ngt ton Aug 23 SFormer Former Presi Preside PresldIIr PreId ¬
de dIIr d i v Roosevelts order r b Ily > which 16000 16000iomhclas liMit1Tthela 1000rnthdp
iomhclas ll jQtHla ijoiunibtera tel8 were put Into IntoU IntoiIasIflc
Ii U laKslriil i iil service at one oner Or1 Or1J
r I i J > f tli ti It i n ttaiida talld a sud g d chance chanceu
u J n Iotiug t ting with a sudden ind nd II ucoord ucoordti cord cordiP
iP ti t Informitio Iiirri < J obtain 1 at 1 tth t thf thfI th thlIUlco
lIUlco h I IUIc > f loo Uopartiiient A cording < to todepartmental toGI tode1arth1ItaE
> GI departmental offieluK 1 the the4a move movel 1I10veJai
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K J generally unceded that the remain remaini
i 111 c < 5 45000 pottrnast > rs wno vert W re n not t In IniJd In1i1
iJd 11 in tli NoMinber or rdtr er will ill not mit1aced
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Hit lIithlk licook retain hi his prsmt prtst it cabinet cabinetI
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iigre1 iigre1ri ul l national iuiiinilttee iuiiiniltteei
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t IJ r resign trnn r lit th countv nty Pinmlt PinmltIf
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i toirl > lioni attending ooiinty countyhtte ooiintyt
t lato ut 11 niioHa llill of a delegate delfgalet
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wher thi < iil i II j rvioe expert expertnml pXptlrlIt
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h 110 > no i p iii iiii j 1 JTI m n more in the naming namingi
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t 11 i r H J4i J4iij g l nianv year yearlUmiMl yarLItta 1NUtJl1a
ij tJl1a islni islniI Itta > 11 lUmiMl I tti ljIll1 Hitchcock is not nottln notlInl notr
I r i fOi iild s 1 till ii > ubject but some ot otsay ofl
1 i iiillnvit iiillnvitJtiu riw say y that In bis biswill blsIl hieitlUIttIflI
Jtiu itlUIttIflI 111111112 Il u 1IIrt nrt nrtto If h will UI have f soine soinethf SOUleto sonito
< to I h thf Iu > advisability of ofcxtriliin ofcxtcltling oftflIiug
cxtriliin t if f I Iteveht osfpt order to the theniiiiing the1lJl theITl1
niiiiing 1lJl iliug i JII1i fourthclass post posti postIcltrs posttcrs
i ttirs tcrs in tuf iruiito Mr Hitchcock HitchcockUt
Ut II L lon 10110 mi u ii I service when he heS hegtt heS
S < S S get t S i 1111 i itauvhwe h6 be beli
li 1 c < in rt iu truDR ing clip faithful in the theiV thei theric
i ric iV and fik or th the > party and with withis
S is i eer in mind It is i difficult to see seeuv 15fen
S n uv v the Roosevelt order can ever be ber behl
4 r hl 15 hi the forerunner of similar action actionli
i li lie < poatofflce department departmentWELSHMEN departmentWELSHMEN departmentS
S WELSHMEN WELSHMENARE ARE HERE HEREr HEREembers
r embers of Cambrian Society Enter Entertain Elltertaln ErtertainCol ¬
tain tainCol Col R A APhhIip APhhIipIt Phillips Phillipsni t
ni It K A Phillips of Scrantonr seranton serantonS nt n nlIt Hi Hiut
S ut of the Druid Publishing eom eomliieh eomillch 0O 0OV
V liieh prints a periodical devoted devotedNh I Idsh
dsh Nh interests in America merIc was the thei
c i of the local Cambrian wn lIodety let letT W Wt vct > >
T 1 av Coii Ce > 1 PIilh Ph Phihihips I iiIs s arrtAed in the thei theS1ilHja theSiixida
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< nabtei Vl qUr ur U J Thou a Yester Yesterlu Yea Yeac I
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j i f i II 1 l bali > a i i iimoiitf mete aggrega aggregan
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UHl t t n nSharoli t u Ij i an Informal reception 1ftI receptionnr ptloa
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t Sharoli Sharoligatli il U ding mg where many man Welsh Welshi WelshgaUt Ish Ishgattlnli
gatli gattlnli i ir i < i to meet him He left toftK
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t r 5 IIP > g i io preside pe at the great Na Nat
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5 5 S roun1s roun1sloond toUfl1S
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iil ii I Peinpyh Pfmrharla at ia which givts em emL em11It emtt
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KNOWS ABOUT PRISONS PRISONSRev
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Ways of Crime and Prison Life Lifei
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h Irtf 1a r i miii 111 HP U 1tv Mr 1J Ikllon n i n has hasi
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lev 1 111 ti f t the probaU oli oliUK In Inr 1it114
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of > us walls aIIm and ho h told of numenni mIIt1 m msti n nsta
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I gi uro are1 ra by men whose former lives livesT
T ul 1 n steeped t ped with crime and sin sinCHANGE aiaCHANGE sinCHANGE
CHANGE GARBAGE GA AGE ROUTE ROUTEAgi ROUTEAgreement
I Agi Agreement cement Reached Whereby Saltair SaltairRoad SaltairRo SaltairRoad
Road Ro j May Take Contract Contractiuugh ContractS
S rough rvu h an amicable agreement be bet
t MI 1 Sin SIflnti in Hamberger for the Salt Salti SaltTAk SaltLalt
TAk i A t OL OtjoII fl I n iiiliWd J 1 K l T tngford tngfordHi Langforllfo
fo ii Hi t flirt itA Ss Lake La k I Los Anjffles nKtlE > S road roadaiid road1nd road3id
aiid MPerul i icinbors l < ot tin olt city tItvt coun counc
c i it t Is a 1 p i Iljanlt IJabl that t Li i Kirbage Kirbaget
t 5 n < liNe h he inv 0 w wid i lu by Mr 11 Uainljerger UainljergerI
I J I Lc e tr tldrITtt i rcil to th tJw ulir u li r i aad Iad IadT
1 T i 1ia ial li i n much I1tI pioiiiliiK prtt IIIg over oerm over1IIllP
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T iK t Z in IU11 iii i i willing tt luiKlle the thetai theullgt thektl
tai ullgt ii igf > < > f sii 111 Lake l iko at tin t1 tjine itae terms termsLI
LI i MI 11 Band Banliger Ba t 1 t ktr and w wi il l buy a nuni nunih
h nf I PC IHV P w hcl < el ours foi thc tll purpose purposereiuse purposetr > e eor
or I i iilhii ulh t tn j reiuse It1MC finii Salt aJt I Lake Lakefrllit Laket > aken
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FOR THE OCCIDENTALS OCCIDENTALSiollorintr OCCIDENTALSioll
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to Hi uIic li laldIlcpubiican > last lastniinont lastI lastHalfiOUd
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S i agvr of ucuwteiital ucci ball team wire wiret
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gned d DiarevmUllle DlalftVn m Baseball Club ClubAYP ClubAYP
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AYP EXPOSITION RATES RATESVia
Via Oregon Short Line R Rl9JO R R39j3 R9t3
39j3 from Salt Lake to Seattle and andreturn aMreturn andtturfl
return on sale Ie daily commencing June JUIiAsk jUflA8k
3 Ask agents ents for further partlaulara partlaularacity partiauIAtrS11ty
city ticket tkket4mee office me 201 Main street streetIt streetIt
It Costs Us Moro MoroTo
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rnoio buslr frrv T M V day Ur T Post Postoffice Fnstoffle rtoflke
office pine placOpen plaeOpfD pineopen
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TRY n AGAIN AGAINBalloonist
Balloonist Will Reconstruct ReconstructMachine ReconstructMachine ReconstructMachine
Machine and Profit by byPast byPast byPast
Past Experiences ExperiencesCiunp
Camp Wellman Spitsbergen St2bersen Aup A 11 i
16 1 via Hammerfest Aug 23 3Yalter 3YalterVelIIDaH 23WaIterWehiman Walter WalterVellinan
Vellinan mad the following statement statementwith statementWith tatemaIitWith
with regard to hie unsuccessful unsu ful attempt attemptof tt8UIptoC
of ywtarday twdY to sail for the north pole poleHad poleHad poieiid
Had iid not the guide rope broken We WebKd webad e ehad
had an excellent chance of reaching the thepole thepote thepole
pole AVe certainly made a good tart atartwith atai1Ith tartwith
with Ith favorable weather The guile rope ropewas ropeat ropewas
was at of the same material weight wel ht and andworkmanship andworkmanship andWorkmanship
workmanship M the one so severely
tested on the trial I trip two years ye rs ago agoTherefore agoTberefore
Therefore its breaking Wall as amazing
The cause was a weak spot III the theleather HiEleather theleather
leather unsuspected unsuspectedThe
The America demonstrated her herstrength herstl herbtVflgth
strength stl ngth peed and adaptability to this thiswork thtwork thiswork
work in returning to Spltzbergen Spltzbergenwe
we made a mistake in not placing placingenough placingenough placingenough
enough confidence in our own ship and andengine andengine andenginei
engine > Had we not through over overcaution 01caution overCaution
caution giv glvtll en the tow line to tne Pram PramI I
I believe b lltve we could have landM land l thi thiAmerica th thtl1lcrlca thAiiwrlca
America safe In her house hou For some sometime sometiillC somethtic
time It was my intention to attempt attemptthi
thi t h j and a 1111 we made eight miles an hour hourugHiiibt hourIIgHint houreg1inst
ugHiiibt the wind towar1 to war tve e camp campt
t t laat the motor worked lincer lincertamb tinCtajlll nneertuiLily
tamb tajlll because e the equilibrium of the theliip th thIIIi thatlitlit
liip IIIi had been upset and thus de der deritilg doranged
r ritilg ranged iged C1 > the gasoline supply This led ledto ledtu ledto
to the unfortunate decision decl 10n to try tow towIng to toIng towlog
Ing The Th d dt decent scent < to the surface of the theowm theolan thetnctn
owm was not accidental aC < idental but deliberate deliberatein
in order to insure the saving sav1n of the m mfctrnneutH m8tnllleutli instrunertts
fctrnneutH and other valuable valuablefind vaIuabieJh1 l lJJ
find JJ the ship not broken up while whilelanding whUelanding whilelaiitiing
landing we e would have tried another anotherjge anothertyugf3 r ro
o tyugf3 age this month with a new guide guidero guiderUpt
ro rUpt roj te nothwithatandlng one mishap fol following following totlowing ¬
lowing fast upon U the heels of another anotherDoes anothelDoes anotherDoes
Does Not Give Up Fight FightI
1 I do not give e up the fight but ut hope hopet
1 j reconstruct the America enlarged enlargedritl
und ritl try again u taking advantage of all alloui allUl alltu1
oui Ul somewhat varied rled and extensive ex expeiirnces E EllElince cxIPtiCILCC
peiirnces Our faith in the practica practicability Jlactkabilit pructkability ¬
bility bilit of the project is no wise wisediminished wisediminished wisedlfl1iflISIled
diminished Throughout the voyage voyageo yor ge gen
o evn MI n in the moot trying moment in inth Intll Inth
th buds and In the seas 1i my three threeinirides tJtr tJtrIHrtdes threec
inirides c fl I rdes proved coolleaded and ef effit effidnt effkitnt
fit fidnt itnt My M thanks to them nnJ nJ to tile tnetuiMlly tilettitlany thecIftially
tuiMlly brave officers ana sailors of oftin oftJ ofthit
tin tJ Norwegian X n ship Fram PramTlio FramThe Framrtie
The attempt of WeUman to cross < the thenith thenlth thenrth
nith pole in an airship whlcn hogan bogunfen
fen Ii wi I t ended today markti his second secondBiUre eeundr secondfilire
BiUre r i IL r in thin hazardous undertaking
The T airship was taken out of his alied aliedthis sbedtbil ted tedthis
this morning and a d Wellman Veil man witi Loud Loudand Loudand Loudan1
and Popoff and nd Vanlinun took his hisplace htHplace hisplace
place in the car Vanlman who was wasthe VIiSthe wasthe
the chief engineer en tneer of the expedition expeditiongac
gac orders to the workman to cut cutlofse OutIOCI1 cutkaise
lofse the balloon which lifted by a astrong astrong astrong
strong gust of wind leaped into the theair theall theair
air The chip swung out over the bay baywith baywith baywith
with Wellman holding her steering steeringwLetl steeringwheiI I
wLetl wLetlThe wheiIThe 1 td tdThe
The effort was t < 3 made to get clear of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the narrow bay surrounded by high highmountains IIIrhmountains bightmountains
mountains where the crosscurrents cro of ofwinds ofInds ofwinds
winds Inds harassed the craft The course coursewa coursewas coursewas
was finally tinan set for Sterenberg the theAmerica theAmerica theAmerica
America passing over the place placeWellman placeWellman placeWelhnan
Wellman and Vanlman were de delighted del dolighted ¬
lighted l ted by the action or Ute DIg air airship alrMlp airship ¬
ship A quarter of an hour after the thestart thewas thestart
start was made they were seen over overthe overthe overthe
the open water and steering north northward northward northward ¬
ward wardIVellman wardVellnaan wardWeilnian
IVellman went to the navigation Dv tlon table tableand tableand tableand
and began hi ht log Io book turning over overthe OV6lthe overthe
the steering wheel to 1opoff The motor motorwas motOlwa motorwas
was rupning in KtirprislnRly easy easyfashion easyrash easyfashion
fashion rash Ion
Spectacle Was Glorious GloriousThe
The spectacle was s glorious said saidPopoff IBidPO saidPotoff
Popoff PO Off in relating his experience experienceNorthward epeneuceNorthward
Northward was the IbniUew UmtU sea of ofIce ofice I
I
Ice Just coming < Into view Welmwn Welmwncalmly Welhnancalmly I
calmly took not notes of course distance distanceand I Iand
and time Wellman shouted above the theroar theroar theroar
roar of the motor motor3y motorjy motorJiy
3y George we are started any anyway anyway ¬
way wayBur
Bur misfortune was dose at hand handAt handAt I
At noon Wellman who bowall wa lo tooklnl tooklnlave iking ikingovc
ave the side cried criedMy criedMy criedMy
My God look at that thatThe tbaVJbe thaCThe
The guide rope was falling It had hadparted badparted hadparted
parted near the upper end Relieved of ofover ofover ofover
over a thousand pounds of weight the theahp thelihlp theship
ship rove rapidly into the clouds a mile mileImmediately mileImmedlatly mileimmediately
Immediately above the sea At a great greatheight greatM
height M lght we met a strong current of wind windThe windThe windThe
The motor was then running smoothly smoothlyand amoothland
and we were traveling fifteen miles an anhour anhour anhour
hour northeast llorth t Land was disappear disappearing di appear appeari ¬
ing i in to the south Wellman left the thebridge thebrlI thebridge
bridge brlI t and went forward to consult consultVailman cotuJultasimnn consultaaimnh1
Vailman They agreed that the lotS IOPSf
< > f HIP t h guide rope which de destroyed tro ed ver vertita verthaI verthat
thaI > equilibrium of the ship made a acontinuance alnntilluance aiIfltiIlUaflce
continuance of the voyage impotatible impotatibleaii Impo lbk lbkal1l
aii al1l vc opened the valve lve to tt get et the theship theIIhip thetihip
ship lower lowerWellman lowPIetlman lowerWelhinan
Wellman took the wheel and steered steeredtow steeredtoward steeredtosvtrd
tow toward ird Vogelsang The propellers propellersworking propellersworkin propellersworking
working powerfully enabled u uti at times timesto
to gain a little but at oUter times we wel weItt
l Itt t ground We descended e8CeI1 ed slowly slowl and andiinally andUnaH andIhially
iinally UnaH we struck an altitude where the thevuml theiml themd
vuml iml was light and we were able to toMcK toII1H to1iho
McK about eight miles an hour Then Thenliu Thenth ThentIw
liu motor stopped probably on account accountof
of the thi > lost of equilibrium The engi engineers engiueers engineers ¬
neers set t about reinflatina the balloon balloonto
to restoic e its original form formWellman formYllman formWchhinau
Wellman called Vanlman to get out outthe outthe outthe
the retattler and to replace the guide guiderofx guideIOJX guideros
rofx in care we should get near the thewrfaio the11rfa thestirface
wrfaio 1 if f the water waterShips waterShips aterShips
Ships Are Sighted SightedWith
With the motor stopped we e drifted driftednorthward driftediolrlhwar driftedtrtliward
northward over the Ice fields In com complete com1Ietc cornplete ¬
plete silence Wellman caught sight of oftv ott oftwo
tv t two u ships hip far to the south which wh h proved provedt
t tn > l 11 > the Pram and the Arctic carry carrying c carrying rry rryin ¬
ing in a Norwegian expedition expeditionA
A c little later the engineer Vandi Vandiinan Vandlman Vandintab
man started the motor and our course coursewas coursewa coursewas
was d < t southward Wellman having de delureu dedarel delared
< lureu he h would return to his camp campTho campThe campThe
The nnvrder was floating over the sea seaor sear seaor
or r tlidniK tlIdill over ice fields fieldsNear fieldsXear fieldsNear
Near the edIe of the floating fklati Joe e the theliu theliu theliti
liu was caught and held fast gt by b an anre anI anne
I re kc flu hOC < The steamer Pram had seen seenus seenus seenus
us uud dC came near and Wellman shouted shoutedto
to th Ow crew to send off a boat to rc rcKat rcle rehcae
Kat le C the line which was done doneThe doneThe doneThe
The Fram took the airship in tow towand towind towtnd
and proceeded for two hours towing towingus
us slowly slow 1 The wind became stronger strongerand strolIrand
and the airship jerked and careened careenedfrom CIIlteeufrom careenedfrom
from tide to side Wellman finally nalJ de decided decl docitled ¬
cided cl ed to come down to the surface of ofthe orthe ofthe
the water in order to permit the taking takingoff
off of the instruments the crew and the thedocs the4op thedoes
docs docsThis
This was successfully carried out outand outand outand
and all were taken aboard the Pram PramThen FramThen FrainThen
Then the wind freshened suddenly and andthe andthe andthe
the cable tow parted The America Americafloated Americadoated Americaheated
floated away rapidly the Pram follow following followIng followtug ¬
ing and finally flnall recovering tar tarStrange 11StraJJae IterS
Strange S to my Y the America was lit 1fttl littie little ¬
tie tl damaged and all her parts will be beused beWJed beused
used In a anew new airship airshipPATENTS alrahipPATENTS airshipPATENTS
PATENTS AREISSUED AREISSUEDTO ARE ISSUED ISSUEDTO
TO CITIZENS OF UTAH UTAHWashington UTAHWuhlna1on UTAHWashington
Washington Vug Au 58 IPten Patents Issued IssuedUtah lasuodUthC leaned1thC
Utah UthC C D Armstrong Provo attach attnchment aUne11rnept attachmeat
meat for sewing 1Ie 1r machine G H Heinclsel Heinclselman
man Provo flatiron M Hermansaa And AndV
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V T 9 rsnx Ephralm electrically heated heatedg heat d dI
g goo v V T M m Ti BIt S t Lake device d 1ce for forapplying torappIylnK forapplying
applying protestors prot tors to fulminating caps capsC
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EVINCES EVINCESMUCHINTEREST 1
MUCH MUCHINTEREST MUCHINTERESTE INURtST i iE
E H Harriman Is Lauded to tothe tothe
the Sky By a Railroad RailroadOfficial RailroadOfficial RailroadOfficial
Official OfficialXrw
Xrw Kt York Aug 11 15As As the KafeerWfl KafeerWflhelm Ialli WD WDhelm
helm II hourly draws nearer n arer to nor pier pierIn
In New 1 York ork public interest m IS l H liar Harrunans llarrhnans liarlintans
runans return grows acute The vessel Is Isexpected isexpectd Laexpected
expected to arrive tomorrow General Generalanxiety Generalanxiety Generalanilety
anxiety as to his health has found ex expression expreYIoD oxpreselon ¬
pression In a series of published d appre appreciations apprelations appreelations ¬
elations of his personality and achieve achievements ncMeVem achieVemesas ¬
mesas m ll1ta such as probably never before has hasbeen habeen hasbeen >
been accorded a private citizen citizenThere cfllzenTtlere citizenThere
There is manifest disappointment in inWall InWan InWall
Wall street that Mr 11 Harrimans sojourn sojournabroad e sojournabroad joumabroad
abroad has not set him up sufficiently sufficientlythat
that he may ma resume at once active charge chargeOf
Of the great Interests l with hl hIM name is isassociated Isas5Gclated Isassociated
associated Tomorrow TO lotT W both the Southern Southernand
and the Union Pacific directors are to tomeet tomeet
meet but it has not even been b en suggested suggestedthat SUgse ttd ttdthllt I
that Mr Harriman will try to attend thesj thesjmeetings tIiesmeetings I Imeetings
meetings meetingsAlexander meetingsAlexander
Alexander Al xantltl Miller secretary of the liar llarrlman Harriman liarriman I
riman lines on one of Mr Harrimans most mosttrusted mosttruated mosttrusted
trusted lieutenant ptll spoke of his chief to today today today ¬
day with seriousness and warmth warmthMr
Mr Harriman saW he has been beenpictured beenpictured beenpictured
pictured as 5 an ogre a huge spider an anoctopus anO anOctopusyou
octopus O topU801l you do not know what a big bighearted blgMarted bighearted
hearted bigsouled man lie h really relY it I Icall Icl Icall
call cl him today tol the th biggest b t the t brainiest brainiestthe bainIet bainIetthe
the most Jot patriotic ptrlotl American Amerlcn wo have haveIf he heIf
If I should be b asked 8ke to toname name the chief chiefcharacteristics chef chiefeharactertidles i ioaractelitUe
characteristics oaractelitUe that have bye contributed cntribute to tohis tohis
his hi success I would oul say IY His HI wizrtr wizardrywith wizardry wizardrywith I
auee
with wth figures fu his faculty faculy for getting geting in instantly Inetuty inatantly ¬
stantly to the kernel ker1 of facts faot his judg judgment judgmet Jutigment ¬
etuty th
ment met of men and his Insight Inght into and andfaith andfaU andfaith
faith faU lu II the t future futureHe futu futuHe futurelIe
He makes Jnk changes bang but the very men menshifted mtn mtnsie menshifted
shifted sie will wl tell you they do better ter work workIn
In the Ue new positions positoneLike Jlong JlongLike positionsLike
Like all al big bi men m n he b 1 il Is not what wlat you youwould youwould OU OUwould
would call cl methodical methlad He le jumps jump to toconclusions toconclusions
conclusions r cluslons by b seeming 8ml intuition intUiton No Nodoubt o odoubt odoubt
doubt the tie logical processes pre are all al there therefor therf therefor I
for Mr 11 Harriman is no vlstonnry visinarbut visIonarybut visIonarybutthey but butthey I
they elude elude analysis ansls by their swiftness swiftnessDoes swlfnt swiftnessDoes
Does D he play plya as hard bar as I he works worksTo worksTo worksTo
To tell you the truth I never nee saw sw him himSluy himply himplay
ply exdppt exopt yu with wih his hi children cblflrn His chil chilren ehildren bU bUdren
Sluy
dren ren and his work worktMIo workthese tiwo are his hil life lifeKILLS nftt lifekIUS
t
i KILLS WIFE WIFEEanohman I1F AND HIMSflF HIMSflFRanchman
Ranchman Shoots Woman While Wie She SheIs SheIs SheIs
Is Making Purchases PUlCl1aSes in a aStore aStore aStore
Store StoreBrighton Storehirightoii I IHrightol
Brighton Hrightol Colo Aug S3 While Whle his hiswife hisife hiswife
wife from whom he had been en separated separatedfor
for some 8m time tme was making a purolifiwe prcl in ina Ina ina I
a grocery store stor here this morning moring Sam Samuel Samuel Samuci ¬
uel gr G Irvin u ranch nch employe eploye walked walkedInto walk walkedInto
Into the th place plce and shot her he In the te back backHe bck bckHe backHe I
He then s sent nt a bullet into his own head headfalling lled1 headfaUlug
falling to the floor flr beside b8de his hi wie wife lfe Both Bothdied Bth Bthdi Bothdied
died di shortly shorty afterward afterwardQUARANTINE afterwar afterwardQUARANTINETS i
QUARANTINE OUARANTINEr QUARANTINETSSecretary is IS RELEASED RELEASEDSecretary RELEASEDSecretary
I IDown
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Wison Lets LetsDown LetsDown
Down the Bars on Sheep SheepWashington SheepRshlngon SheepWashington
Washington Rshlngon Aug 2 Secretary 2Seerelar Wilson Wilsontoda Wilsontoday I
toda today > Issued Js ued an order effective Sept 1 re releasing releasing releasing ¬
leasing from quarantine on account of ofscabies ofseablee
scabies or mange In cattle from that por portion portion portion ¬ I
tion of North ortk Dakota lying south and andwest andwest
west of the Missouri river The entire entirestate entirestate I
state Is now pronounced free from the thedisease thedisease I
disease diseaseThe d S SThe
dThe The area still under federal quarantine quarantineon I Ion
on ° account of this disease comprises the thenortheast thenortheast i inorthea
northeast t part of Montana the southeast southeastern ¬ i iern
ern part of Wyoming eastern part of ofColorado ofColorado ofColorado
Colorado and New Mexico the western westernportion etern eternportion i
portion of South Dakota the Panhandle Panhandleof
of Texas and a small area in the extreme extremesouthern extremesouthern I Iouthern
southern part of Texas TexasBODY TexlUlBODY TexasBODY
BODY HALTED HALTEDAT AT GRAVE GRAVEUndertaken GRAVEUndertak GRAVEUndertaken
Undertaken n Claims Deceased Made MadeContract MadeContract I
Contract to Be Cremated CrematedOoshan CrematedGoshen CrematedOoehen
Goshen Ind Aug 23 IWhen When the t e fu funeral funeral ¬
neral cortege of Charles Crarjr reached reachedthe
the cemetery today tod y it was met by C CT CT CT
T Stiver an undertaker and his at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney and several policemen who pre prevented prevented prevented ¬
vented the coffin being lowered into intothe Intotbe Intothe
the grave on the contention that thatCrary thatCrary thatCrary
Crary six years ago entered into a acontract acontract acontract
contract with Stiver to have his body bodycremated bod bodycremated i icremated
cremated In Chicago ChicagoThe S
held vault until untilthe untilthe I Ithe
The body will be in a
the court decides the controversy controversyCrarys controversyCrarys
Crarys uncle alleges that he was not notmentally notmentall notmentally II IICrarys
mentally responsible when the con contract CORrtract contract ¬
tract with Stiver was made marteLARGE7UIERAL madeLARGE inaneLARGE
LARGE7UIERAL LARGE FUNERAL FOT FOTMRS FOR FORMRS FORMRSMARY
MRS MRSMARY MARY NELSON NELSONSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Aug 23 The funeral funeralOf
Of Irs May Nielsen wife of Arthur ArthurNielsen ArthurNielsen ArthurNielsen
Nielsen was held yesterday afternoon afternoonfrom afternoonfront
from rom th the North ward meeting house houseBUhop houMI houseflishop
BUhop I hop Justus B Seely presiding The Thehouse Th Thhouse
house was aa beautifully decorated In Inflora Inflora
flora and crepe and was packed with withpeople withpeople withpeople
people to its utmost capacity and the theprocession theprocsion theprocession
procession to the cemetery wa wu an un unusually Unusually ¬
usually large one The speakers at atthe atthe atthe
the services were Presidents C N NLund NLund
Lund and Peter fattflon Matt son who both bothspoke
spoke in term of highest praise of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deceased decea ed Mr Nielsen leaves a ahusband ahusband ahusband
husband and an infant babe babeHONDURAS babeHONDURAS
HONDURAS TO BORROW BORROWOF i iOF
OF MORGAN COMPANY COMPANYTegucigalpa COMPANYTegucigalpa I ITtguclgalpa
Tegucigalpa Honduras Aug AugIt 23 23It 2
S It is announced that th the foreign debt debtof debti debtof
i of Honduras will 111 be refunded by b the thenegotiation theI thenegotlatlon
I negotiation of a loan with J P Mor Morgan Morgan ¬
t gan I Co of New York YorkThe 1011I
I The government has appointed Senor SenorPeridea SenorI SenorPerides
I Peridea a former minister and Paulino PaulinoValladres lullnot
t Valladres to go to New York to ar arrange arrange arrange ¬
range the loan The American govern government governmeat ovtrn ovtrnment ¬
ment it is I also stated favors tho ulan ulaneo
eo that the financial affairs of Hon Honduras Honduras ¬
duras may ma be straightened out and andthe andI endthe
the resources of O the country c t developed developedEVANGELIsfANDWIFE 9velOpedEVANGELIST
I EVANGELIsfANDWIFE EVANGELIsfANDWIFEINJURED EVANGELIST EVANGELISTANDWIFE EVANGELISTANDWIFEINJURED AND WIFE WIFEINJURED
INJURED IN COLLISION COLLISIONIa i
la Porte Ind Aug SS 23In In a collision collisionbetween colllllioftbetween collisionbetween
between two tw automobiles near Yellow YellowCreek YeHowCreek YellowCreek
Creek today Billy B1I1 > Sunday the evaiig evaiiglist evan evanllat evungalist
list and his wife were injured The oaf oafwas cafwa caiwas
was overturned and they the were thrown into intoa
a ditch ditchMrs cHtchMrs ditchMrs
Mrs Sunday is in a serious condition conditionbut
but her husband Is only painfully bruised bruisedSundav brul8edSunday bruisedSunday
Sunday was driving at high speed and andstruck andtruck
struck another car In attempting to pass passIt paMIt
ItTEDDYS itTEDDYSTRUSTY It
TEDDYS TEDDYSTRUSTY TRUSTY RIFLE RIFLEBRINGS RIFLEBRINGS RIFLEBRINGS
BRINGS DOWN ELEPHANT ELEPHANTNairobi
Nairobi Aug 21Colonel Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreROOIIMJt TheodoreRoosevelt
Roosevelt who Is now hunting in Kenya Kenyaone
one of the seven en administrative provinces provincesof
of the British East African Afrlc n protectorate protectoratekilled protectoratekilled protectoratekilled
killed a bull eleyliant Saturday Colonel ColonelKoosevolt ColonelRooaevelllll ColonelRoosevelt
Koosevolt to I hunting without any oompan oompanIon ¬
ion towards Xwern XwernKermlt MweruKermit hvpn1Kermit
Kermit Roosevelt Ro and Lealtd Le 1to A Tarl Tarlton Tarlton Tarlton
ton of Nairobi art hunting along the theGwaao tlMG1r880 theGwaso
Gwaao Nyiro the principal stream in inKenya InICenya inIenyfl
Kenya KenyaMANY ICenyaMANY
f I IMANY
MANY AMERICAN J LAWYERS LAWYERSATTEND LAWYERSATTEND LAWYERSATTEND
ATTEND DETROIT MEETING MEETINGDetroit
Detroit Dc tJ t Aug Au 23 fOll Om hundred and fifty fiftyOf
Of Americas leading lawyers arc here heretonight htNtonight heretonight
tonight to attend the annual meeting of ofthe ofthe ofI
I the American Bar ar association al which will willopen willopen 11 11open
open tomorrow tomorrowAmong tomorrowAmong tomOrrowAmong
Among the distinguished dlsCngu1 htl1 visitors at the theconvention theconeDtloh thei
i convention are Secretary of 0 War Dkkin Dkkineon DloldnflOP
eon George S Harbor of France and 00 Sir SirFrederick SirFrederick lr lrFrederick
Frederick Pollock the great Bnglish Jur Jurlat jurlat jurlet
lat
I
PROPOSE TO REFUND DEBT DEBTWashington DEBTWashington DEBTWashington
Washington Aug 2t 2Th The government governmentof
of Honduras will appoint a i cmnrahatoT cmnrahatoTto comm n nto
to visit the United States Stl1 probably prOb bl in inSeptember lnSeStflmbor InSeptember
September to confer with leading bank bankers ¬
ers In this country with a view to work working workIng workIng ¬
ing cut a scheme for tho refunding of the theforegn thefOrlS1 thefcrgn
foregn debt of Honduras hondurasV
V
INCUBATOR BABY BABYTO BABYTO
TO BE PRODUCED BEPRODUCEDFamous PRODUCEDFamous
Famous Infant Must Be Taken TakenInto TakenInto TakenInto
Into Court Says the theJudge theJudge theJudge
Judge JudgeKaunas JudgeKaulaI JudgeKansas
Kansas City Aug 23 aAnother 23Anotherhabeas aAnotherhabeae Another Anotherhabeas
habeas corpus order furnished the fea featura feature teaturo
tura today in the case of Marian Bleak Bleakley DIkler I Ihey
hey the incubator baby of St Louis Ixraisworlds Louiswwldl5 I
worlds fair fame fameJudge faJneJudce fMuieJudge
Judge Porterfleld ordered Chief of ofPolice orPoll ofPolice
Police Poll Snow now to appear with the child childin
in court Wednesday Vedn At this time the thecourt thecourt theCourt
court will decide who shall have the thechtldlier thechU thechildtier
chtldlier chU her inother Mrs T J Bleak Bleakley BleakIe Bleakhey
hey Ie of Tppeka Kan or the woman who whoadopted whoadopted whoadopted
adopted her and now Is I Li being Ing held heldon
on a charge of kidnaping Mrs James JamesG
G Barclay of Buffalo X KAtturney NAttorneys V VAttorneys
Attorneys for Mrs Barclay Bar lay declared declaredto
to the court that Mrs r Barclay was wasthe wasUle wasthe
the legally adopted mother of the child childand chlhland childand
and that the motherhood motkerh od o of Mrs MrsBleakley MrBleAkley MrsBleakiey
Bleakley had not been proven con conclusively concluelvely conelusively ¬
elusively clusivelyIn
In the meantime the police retain retaincharge retaineharge retaincharge
charge of little Mariap Her mother motherMrs mQtherMrs motherMrs
Mrs Bleakley was not permitted tor torremain taremain toremain
remain with her tonight She left the thepolice
station weeping bat express expressing e1liIrtS5Ing exjresslug ¬
ing confidence that h her r child would wouldbe
be restored to her herA herA I
A hubwcrlptlon fund for the aid of ofMrs ofr of31cm
Mrs r Charlotte Bleakley mother of the thebaby thebaby I
baby has been started here One bank bankopened bankopened bankopened
opened an account for the baby today todaynaming tCI todaynaming i iJJamlng
naming it the Marian Bleakley account accountIt
It was not generally known that sub subscriptions subscription subscriptiona ¬
scriptions scription would be received until after afterbanking afterbanking afterbanking
banking hour > and a dozen people peoplecalled peoplecaHtl peop1ecalled
called at the hank to make subscrip ¬ I
tions at that time timeCorporal timeSOlDlfR timesoithEkTcEs
SOlDlfR soithEkTcEs soithEkTcEsSERIOUS fACES fACESSERIOUS
SERIOUS CHARGE CHARGECorporal
Corporal Lisle Crabtree Is on onTrial onTrial i
Trial for Killing and andWounding andWounding I IVounding
Wounding WoundingOmaha
Omaha Aug 23 2The The trial by general generalcourt generalcourtmartial generalcourtmartIal
court courtmartial martial of Corporal Lisle Crabtree Crabtreeof
of Troop B Second United States caval cavalry ¬
ry on the charge of killing his company companycommander companycommander companycommander
commander Captain John C Raymond Raymondat
at ort Des Moines > ol June 19 began at atPort atFort atFort
Fort Crook near this city elt today
The plea of the defense l Is < Insanity In Inconnection Inconnection Inconnection
connection with the murder r charge Cor Corporal Corporal Corporal ¬
poral frabtree is called to answer > r to the thecharge thecharg theeharg
charge of shooting with deadly intent intentFirst IntentFint IntentFirst
First Sergeant Se ant Waohburn and Corporal CorporalSuch CorporalSUCh CorporalSueh
Such ut t the time Captain Raymond was waskilled wallkilled waskilled
killed killedThe killedThe killedThe
The testimony brought out that Corpo Corporal Corporal ¬
ral Crabtree with Privates Faber and andDaroff andDaroU andDaroff
Daroff went to Des Moines June 12 the theday theday theday
day before the shooting Crabtree had hadashed utdasked hadasked
asked Corporal Such for a pass good un until until tintil ¬
til 7 oclock the night of June 13 Through Throughsome
some mistake m the pass was made to ex expire expire expire ¬
pire at 7 oclock a m Crabtree did not notnotice notnotice notnotice
notice the difference < c and overstayed his hisleave hieleave hisleave
leave For this Captain Raymond repel reprimanded reprllIJanded repelmended ¬
mended him but on Crabtrees explana explanation ¬
Hon the captain said he would let it go goCrabtree goCrabtree
Crabtree then asked ked to be relieved of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his duties as 11 corporal saying he did not notthink notthink notthink
think he was capable of discharging dischargingthem
them Captain Raymond said he would wouldconsider wouldcomalder wouldconsider
consider the matter matterA
A moment later Crabtree drew a pistol pistoland pletoland pistoland
and began shooting at the officer The Thefirst Theflnt Thefirst
first shot went wild He then turned the theweapon theweapon
weapon on Corporal Such and First Ser Sergent Sersent 5evgent i
gent Washburn wounding them both The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two men with Captain Raymond at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to disarm Crabtree and it was wasthen wasthen wasthen
then that Captain Raymond received the thewound thewound thewound
wound from which he died July 3 ZCAUSE
I
10000 TROPHY CUP IS ISCAUSE ISCAUSE
CAUSE OF SQUABBLE SQUABBLEIndianapolis SQUABBLEIntllanapolls SQUABBLEIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind Aug 23 23Tbe The execu executive execltUve executive ¬
tive committee of the American Automo Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
bile association probably will be called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon to decide the ownership of the big
JWOOO WhehelerSchebler Whehel rSchebler trophy cup of offered offered offeted ¬
fered for the winner of the 3UO 3JOmile > mile auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile race at the Indianapolis speedway
last Saturday which was called off in the the235th the15th theZth
235th mile because 1MM ause of the accident result resulting resultInr resultleg ¬
leg In the kilting of three men menThe menThe menThe
The Jackson Automobile company today todayentered tooayfntered todayentered
entered a claim for the trophy claiming claimingthat
that a Jackson Jack on car Lytle driving < had a asafe aIte asafe
safe lead whn the race was stopped and andthat andthat andthat
that the trophy should have been awarded awardedto
to Lytle LytleIt
It has ha been understood that the 300mile 300milerace 3IIOmltera 300mileesos
race ra would be started again in connection connectionwith
with th th twentyfourhour race planned plannedfor
for next month at the speedway speedwayPOLICEMAN speedwaPOLICEMAN speedwayPOLICEMAN
POLICEMAN ON TRIAL TRIALFOR TRIALFOR TRIALFOR
FOR ACCEPTING BRIBES BRIBESLos
Los Angeles Ans < Ies Aug 23 IThe The defense in the thetrial thetrial thetrial
trial of Thomas A Broadhead former formerchief fonnerehlflf formerchief
chief of police charged char < < d with accepting acceptingbribes aCl acceptingbribes ptlng ptlngbrlb
bribes brlb began be n today toda the presentation of ofIts ofill ofIts
Its ill main evidence evidenceE cvld nct nctE
E J Fleming former city prosecutor prosecutortold
told of the efforts made during durln the admin administration adminIstration adminIstration ¬
istration of former Mayor A C Harper Harperwhile IIa harperwhile r rwhU
while Broadhead was 11 a captain of ponce ponceto pollctto
to close up disorderly dl80rd rb houses Former Formermembers Formermembers Formermembers
members of he I police commission also alsotestified aIotestified alsotestIfied
testified to the same effect effectTho eUctThe effectThe
The fourth wOk w ° ek of the trial began begantodax begantoda begantoday
today todaxCHOIR todaCHOIR todayCHOIRLEADERS
CHOIR CHOIRLEADERS LEADERS GIVEN GIVENBOUQUETS GIJENBOUQUETS
AFTER CONCERT CONCERTSpecial CO JCERT JCERTSpeci1
Special to The TheBaker HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBaker HeraldRepublicanBakerClt
BakerClt Baker City Ore Aug Ci sThe The Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake tabernacle choir < ga gave e a a concert roll rt yes yesterday yesterday CS CSterday ¬
terday on the veranda of the DeWey Dee Pal Palace Palilce ¬
ace hotel after which Professor Evan EvanStephens EvanStephens Evanstephens
Stephens and J J McClellan were pr prsented pre prented °
sented nted with two mammoth bouquets of offlowers offlowers offlowers
flowers by Mayor Dewey The concert con rt was washeard waaheard washeard
heard and thoroughly enjoyed by hun hundreds hundreds bundreds ¬
dreds of people All in the party are well welland welland welland
and enjoying the trip immensely immenselySALE immenseSALE ImmenselySALE
SALE OF PROPERTY TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE ORDERED BY JUDGE JUDGEAustin
Austin Tex Te Aug 23 23Robert Robert J Eck Eckhart Eckhart Eckhart
hart receiver reC9l er for the WatersPierce Oil Oilcompany oncompan Oilcompany
company filed today an inventory of the thecorporations thecnrporaUofl1I thecorporations
corporations Texas property with the thecleric thec16rk theclerk
cleric of the district court here Judge JudgeVlicox JudpHcox JudgeWlicox
Vlicox will now order the sale of the theproperty thepOp4rty theproperty
property lo o the highest bidder The Wa WaterpPierre Watcrzlieree ra ratetlPlerce
terpPierre holdings in this stats ar ° val valu vatued
ued u < Hl l at 2090000 which Is the amount m unt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fine recently Imposed for alleged vio violations vioItUoma vielatlon ¬
lations of the Texas Tezasantitrust antitrust statutes
HURRICANE HURRICANEWARNINGS WARNINGS UP UPMasters UPMasters UPMasters
Masters of Vessels Out of New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans Report Rough Weather WeatherNew
New Orleans Aug 23 INo No serious dam damage damage ¬
age as a result of the storm today toda on ontile onthe
the gulf has been reported up to a late latehour latehonr latehour
hour tonight Masters Mut of vessels Ye Ies who whotro
were w in the gulf when the storm want wantings warnlags
Ins were t stued ls this morning reported reportedtonight reportedtonight
tonight that they the bad experienced some somerough somerougta somerough
rough weather and Mid it was still dan dangerous daDserous ¬
gerous for light craft to venture beyond beyondI i
the passes 8 8The
The seas were 18 running so high that thati thAtmuch
i much difficulty was experienced experl etl in reat reach ath athi h hi
i i mg th the steamer Momufl from New Ne lurk oik oikThe oihThe
The steamer reached port tiis aftem aH afternoon noon noonlieyeral < x > n nseveral
several hours late latePensaeola latePenli8eola latePensacola
Pensaeola Fin Ai A Atg < s JJ For the sec second 8t 8tontl seond ¬
ond time In the history of the eit ei > hur hurricane hurricane liurrirane ¬
ricane warnings arc displayed tonight by bythe bythf bythe
the wenth r bureau u and have caused causeduiich cauHd1Jtlch caused2ltclI
uiich uneasiness unt > atlneIilR mong the bay shore res resJellt yesiticlitS reslOtiits
lOtiits Jellt who fear n repetition of the hurri hurricane hurricane hiurricane ¬
cane ot i tie Uu jrjrs F llll ago agoMAYOR ag agP agMAYOR agoMAYOR
P
MAYOR BRAND NOMINATED NOMINATEDToledo NO NOFI1INATEDToledo INATED INATEDToledo
Toledo 0 Aug 25 3Mayot Mayor tR t Br Brnd BrndI Bru1dWhitloek aid aidi
i Whltlock Whlt1 ek was nominated for a third term termat
I I at the head h d of a full ticket tI < ket for city of offk offk offttes
fk fttes s by the Independents tonight
CHAINED TO HORSESSTRIKERS HORSES HORSESSTRIKERS HORSESSTRIKERS
STRIKERS ARE DRAGGED DRAGGEDTHROUGH DRAGGEDTHROUGH DRAGGEDTHROUGHTHE
THROUGH THROUGHTHE THE STREET STREETContinued STREETContinued STREETContInued
Continued from Page 1 1holding 1holding
holding of a mass meetinz me tln = at the historic historicIndian historicIndian historicIndian
Indian mound where ap tft t this time the themeetings themeeting themeetings
meetings of the idle men have been held helddally helddally helddaIly
dally Thousands of strikers began their theiiJourney tbelrjourney theirJourney
Journey to the mound early today but butmany butmany butmany
many of them were forcibly and abruptly abruptlyhalted abruptyhalted abruptlybaited
halted and started In an opposite direc direcOwing directlolL
tlolL tlolLOWing
tioSOwing Owing to the sullen demeanor of the thestrikers tbestrlke thestrikers
strikers the strength ef f the constabulary constabularyis
is concentrated to the vicinity of the In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian mound moun Thtopotet This point lila it tot believed will willnot 11111not willnot
not be the scene of et any further disorder disorderDuring dIsonIerDurlng disorderDuring
During the rioting last night several severalstreet seeralstreet severalstreet
street ears of the Plttsburg Railway com comaaay comR cornpeal
aaay w were damaged while tU bricks from fromfreight nomtabt fromteigbt
freight R teigbt tabt cars on a siding 8 BIdiU of the Plttsburg PlttsburgLake ttibu ttibuLake burr
Lake Erie railroad were used as sato satoriies 1DlaIte misS
sites by b the rioters and nd scattered ow 0 a aWide awide
S Wide Id e territory Valuable property of other othereommnie other00IDP81t1ea otherCOInpRRlea
eommnie was destroyed resulting to a ademfcnd adem ademand
demand dem nd l being ng made of Sheriff Oumbert Oumbertfor Oum rt rtfor
for more adequate ad < protection protectionPolice protectionPolIce
Police Search Pedestrians PedestriansEveryone PedestriansEeryQI1e PedestriansEveryone
Everyone within the strike district to today today ¬
day is l stopped by b the police and thorough thoroughly ¬
ly searched The possession poe of a t revolver revolvercaused revoiveicaused
caused detention in the box car Jails Jailsuhilo jailhllo jailswhim
whim hllo those carrying large si lllsed ed pen penknives penknles penknives
knives are relieved of them and escorted escortedoutride escortedoutside scortedouUfde
outride the strike one sone soneAn zoneAn oneAn
An Investigation by the A Associated octat d Press Pressshows Pressho1s Pressshows
shows last nights battle resulted from the thefact thefact thefact
fact that three new members of the state stateconstabulary I5tatecoDtltabulalY stateconstabulary
constabulary refused to obry the Ut com commands IOmmands cornmands ¬
mands of strikers when ordered from a acar arar aear
car These trooper on MIl way from fromUreensburg frODtGreensburg fromOreensburg
Ureensburg Pa to the plant were in cit citizens citIzenI elIizeris ¬
izens clothes For weeks the strikers strikershave 8trlkershave strikershave
have been holding street cars and ordering orderingthe
the occupants out Heretofore all have
obeyed obeyedLst obeyedlAst obeyedLast
lAst night however hOWEv the three troopers troopersand
and a deputy sheriff resisted the order orderand ol orderand r rand
and for twenty minutes a battlfi ensued ensuedIt
It is apparent today that all the dead deadand deadand deadand
and a majority of the injured fell in this thisbattle thisbattle thisbattle
battle I later ater when reinforcements ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived many more were clubbed and shot shotbut 8hotbut shotbut
but the first battle waged wa by b only four fourmen fourmen fourion
men against a mob was the fatal one Ott It Itis ItIs itIs
is said the three troopers had not yet yetjoined > et etjoined etjoined
joined the constabulary stationed at the theSix theplant theplant
plant plantSix plantSIx
Six weeks ago today toda 3500 employes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Pressed Steel Car company mostly mostlyforeigners m06tyforeigners mostlyforeigners
foreigners walked out on strike The men mendeclared mfndeclared mendeclared
declared they would not return to work workuntil workuntit workuntil
until a pooling system of r wages In force forceat foJat
at tho car plant at that time was as abol abolished abolIshed abelished ¬
ished By the pooling system the men de declared declared dodared ¬
clared the car company managed maaa ecl to get getmoro setmoro getmore
moro work out of them for less money moneythan moneytban moneythan
than under a straight oay wage scale scaleThe scalfThe scaleThe
The pooling system Involved a plan for forpaying forpaying forpaying
paying the men as each piece of work workwas workwas workwas
was completed each man working on the thepiece thepiece thepiece
piece receiving a percentage of the cost coutof COCftof costof
of the completed Job JobAt jobAt johiAt
At the inception of the strike President PresidentFrank Pr PresidentFrank ldmt ldmtJorank
Frank Hoffstol of the Pressed Steel Car Carcompany Carcompany Carcompany
company made the formal statement that thath thathe thathe
h he > would not treat with Ith the men in any anyway anyway
way expect as indl Intl1lduals duals and to date has hasstood hastGOd hasstood
stood by his h original derivation derivationSince dedraUonSince declarationSince I
Since the walkout the strikers have haveformed haveformed haveformed
formed an organization gathered u strike strikeand strikeand
and relief fund and through their attor attorneys 4ltorneys ttorneys ¬ I
neys have tried many unique ways wa s to tobring tobrinlr to5 to5bring
bring about either a peaceful settlement of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the strike by court Intervention arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion and by injunction Laws long for forgotten forgotten forgotten ¬
gotten have been brought to the atten attention atttntlon attenion ¬
ion of Jurists but In each instance the thestriken the8trlkera theaUthors
aUthors have lost before the courts courtsTh courtsThA courtsThA
ThA car company in explanation of its itsstand itsstand itsstand
stand against its striking < men declares declaresthal declaresthat ° laf8 laf8that
that on account of the inability of the theworklngmen theworkinKmen theWorkinglUen
worklngmen for the greater lIter part to either eitherread eitherread eitherread
read or write English It la Impossible Impo lble for forthe forthe forthe
the car company officials to convince convincethem convincethem convincethem
them that a pooling system whereby a aman aman aman
week ana analarge analarse analarge
man draws malt l wages one
large wages the next Is reasonable reasonableBAD relUlOna reasonableBAD e eBAD
BAD CAREER IS FINISHED RMSHEDContinued FINISHEDContinued FINISHEDContinued
Continued from Page 1 1after 1after 1after
after his release During the last few fewyears feTyelll fewyears
years Mrs Maxwell > and her daughter daughterhave daughterhave daughterhave
have been living in Salt Lake and It Itsaid Itaid ii iisaid
said that the daughter da Is now the wife wifeof wifeof wifeof
of a soldier stationed at Fort Douglas DouglasA l lA
A Spy at Goldfleld GoldfleldThree GoldfieldThree GoldfleldThree
Three years ago < 0 Maxwell went to Gold Goldfield Goldfield Goldfield
field at the time of the labor troubles troubleswhere trouWwhere truubleswhere
where he acted as a spy against the Min Miners XhIen Dn Dnera ¬
ers union by gaining admission to then thenmeetings tlteitmeetings theirmeetings
meetings as a member and making regu regular regular ¬
lar reports to the mine operators He Hewas ihewas
was Implicated In the murder of Joseph JosephSmith JOIIePhSmith JosephSmith
Smith a restaurant keeper la GoWfteldand GoWfteld QoIdfleldand
and appeared as an important t witness witnessIn wit witthe
In the prosecution Shortly after that he hereturned heretumed hereturned
returned to Utah and located at Helper HelperCarbon HelperCarbon HelperCarbon
Carbon county where he worked oMen ostensibly oeten8tbly oMensibly ¬
sibly as a gambler making occasional occasionalmysterious fonalmyllteriOue ocslonalmysterious
mysterious trips to the hills that were werefollowed werefollowed werefollowed
followed by shipments of horses from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the range rangeHe rnllelie rangelie
lie succeeded In terrorizing practically practicallyall
all of the Inhabitants of Helper and Price Pricewith l Pricewith r1cewith >
with the exception of Sheriff Thomas ThomasKeller TbomuKelter ThomasICelter
Keller and his favorite pastime for a afew afew afew
few months was shooting up the town townof townof townof
of Helper In July 1J07 07 he attacked L LC 1C LC
C Reidel a railroad fireman In a sa saloon 11Icon enIcon ¬
Icon at Helper and before the revolver revolverduel revolverduel revolverduel
duel was over both Maxwell and lleWel neidelhad hteidelhad lleWelhad
had been shot through the chest Both Bothmen Bothmen Bothmen
men were seriously wounded and it was wasthought WUthought wasthought
thought that Maxwell MaxweUwould would lose the use useof uof useof
of his arm but his recovery was com complete complfte cornplte ¬
plete pleteThere plfteThere plteThere
There was a farcical preliminary hear hearing Itearlng hearlug ¬
lug at which Ch Maxwell was discharged dischargedafter dlchar ed edafter
after he had been released on improper improperbonds improperbonds improperbond
bonds and Maxwell was given to under understand understand understand ¬
stand that he was not longer wanted in inCarbon InCartJon inCarbon
Carbon county Then he drifted to Call California Callfornta Callfwnta ¬
fornia where at San Francisco in April April1S68 April1tI8
1S68 he entered his hl second matrimonial matrimonialventure matrimonialventure matrimonialventure
venture marrying Mrs Bessie Hume Humewidow Humewidow hlumewidow
widow of one of the wealthy mining men menof menot menof
of the coast
coastRobs
Robs His Wife WifeIn
In San Francisco Maxwell became as associated asI asicociated ¬
sociated I with K R Burke alias E J JBoeekr JBoeCkf JHoecke
Boeekr a fugitive from Justice Ju tle in Xe XeYork NeYork New NewYork
York Burke won on the affections of Mrs MrsDodge MnaDodge M MDodge
Dodge the divorced wife of the assessor assessorof
of the city and county of San Francisco Franciscoand
and they were engagd to be married marriedThrough marriedThrough d dThrough
Through Mrs rs Dodge Maxwell procured procuredan
an introduction to Mrs Hume and nd after afteran
an acquaintance of only a few days they theywere theywere the thewere
were married Maxwell at that time took tookoath tookoath too toooat
oath oat that his name was wasC C W Seaman SeamanThey smalLThey SeamanThey
They started east for th their ir honeymoon honeymoonstopping honeymoonstopping honeymoonstopping
stopping at Reno Nov Ne where they were wersjoined werjoIned werejoined
joined by E It Burke and then more morethan morethan iitorethan
than 11001 M eO worth orth of jewelry heirlooms heirloomsof
of Mm rI Bessie Hume Hu Seaman Maxwelldisappeared Maxwelldisappeared Maxwell laXwelldlllappeared
disappeared Nearly all of the jewels Jevcwtswere je jewerE jewelswere
were recovered later In pawnshops where wherethey wberethe wherethey
they the were left at the time Maxwell went wentback wentback
back to catch the robber Mr and Sirs SirsMaxwell 1IrIMaxwell MrsMaxwell
I Maxwell or Seaman then contnued their theirinterrupted theirintarruptd theirinterrupted
interrupted honeymoon trip coming to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake where Maxwell under the theI thename
I name of W II Seaman aman engaged a suite suiteof suiteS
S of t rooms at the Wilson hotel hotelMaxwell hot hotMaxwell hotelMaxwell
Maxwell enlivened his visit to Salt SaltLake SaltLakt SaltLake
Lake by displaying an array of diamonds diamondswhich diamondswhich diamondswhich
which he carried fastened f tened to th the < lining liningof iiiingof
of his waistcoat and on one occasion he hedrew bedrew hedrew
drew a revolver In the barroom of the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local hotel and threatened to shoot every everyone eeryone everyone
one In the place While hi In Salt Lake LakeMrs 14IIke1Irs LakeMrs
Mrs Maxwells Jewels again disappeared disappearedafter
after they th had been l > placed m a safety safetydeposit safetydepmift safetydeposit
deposit box with a local trust company companyOn ompauyOn
On March 3 i 1WW Mr and Mm Maxwell Mttxwellleft 1I
left the Wilson hotel without paying their theirbills thElrbill theirbills
bills and nd trunks were held for security securityuntil securityuntil ecurltyuntil
until more u re than thantwo two t o months m ntM later When
¬
tied with the hotel hotelThe hotelThe hotelThe
The second disappearance of her Jew Jewels jtweis Jewel ¬
els el aroused the suspicions of Mrs Max Maxwell Maxwell Iax ¬
well Arid she sought 8Ou ht the advice advi of an at attorney attorne ¬
torney In Snn Francisco Oranll co During Durin this thistime thisUme
time Maxwell lax well deserted de erted her and went to toNevada ttNt toNirad
Nevada Nt ada where he was arrested for rob robbing robbing robbing ¬
bing a stage sta < c at Searchlight when hen JISW JISWwas SUiOOOwal l5iOwas
was taken from the WellsFargo strong strongbox strongbox
box He was arraigned at QoidfWd for forthis forthl
this robbery but the state assisted by bythe bythe bythe
the WellsFargo detective force wa was u un unable unable ¬
able to procure a conviction convictionPerjury Qv tlon tlonPerjury
Perjury and Bigamy BigamyTii
Till ° attorney engaged oy y Mrs Maxwell Maxwellsought MaowenslIlJiht MaxwelLsought
sought Hi irne prof thft h ho had hadcommitted committed committedperjurv cumltiedperjury
perjury in wooHrinlo m tlM1 Ill his name was wasStanu was8ounau wast3amnun
Stanu and bigamy lJlgli lY inasmuch as th there re revas
vas 110 ivcoiil of lil divorce from Ada AdaMixxrell
f Shaw haw Mixxrell > 11 An a alfWnl nt for the pro proiition proM proMlItilJ prosetuttoil
iition M jdtt luf I Itall tHli in 111 searched rched the theronntx tbeOlll thetotinty
ronntx Olll fioii I t it t 11 t jnd Vernal but butno butno butno
no record of his manias or of his di divorce dlorce divorce ¬
vorce front Ada Show Maxwell could be befcund befcund befcnnd
fcund fcundLtarnms fcundLtarning fcnndLtarning
Ltarning that hill latest at t wife vas inves investigating iD iDtlgAting ¬
tigating his rcrorcl Maxwell followed her herto herto herto
to San Frdm Frantisn i o and Inclined li i to I drop dropthe droptf dropt
the t lt ida > a o of prosecuting him ilifn there therewas thereWli therewas
was a rponi fpJodliatjj ill < itif i vi d i itnt < ut six sixivnths abctnt1ths l liiithS
ivnths go Maxnoil lal > il ira in i Ial rtuomte rtuomtettfc aIxornswCe omla omlaw
ttfc w witb i i r is 1iHoJd drcU < sot so appeared appearedIn
In Utah again They went to Oreen OreenRivor OreenHinr GreenPvr
Rivor where WI wIth th n complete outfit for forI
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to your relatives and friends who live in inotker i iother inlftTh
lftTh other states statesONE statesONE 8tatesONE
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11ijD Come in in before tne the supply is exhausted exhaustedThis exhaustedemployes
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1flI employes weekly half holiday holidayVisit
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something you need needthese needthese I iI
these warm days daysIts days1Its I IIts
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sparkling soda water watercool waterI watercool
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cool coo I refreshing rt7lras I ling invigo invigorating invigorating ¬ i irating
rating ratingPromptness ratingPromptness I IPromptness
Promptness civility civilitycleanliness civilitycleanliness civilitycleanllnes
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That you cannot get getdecent a adecent adecent
decent meal in Salt SaltLake kitLake SaltLake
Lake City at a moder moderate ¬
ate price prtceIf If you have havenot bavenot havenot
not tried the New NewNBsson NewNiIMoR NewNileson
NBsson Cafe 37 37South 1ft 1ftSoutb 3flSouth
South Main street streetMrs streetkits treetIlrs
Mrs 31 I Kibwon for formerly termerl feynierly ¬
merly merl proprietress prGprl trees of ofThe ofTIIe ofTh
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and noted for the thequality thequaUty thequallt3
quality of h her r whale whalesome whetl1IOJIIe wholeSeIne
some homecooked homecookedmeate home cooked cookedmeala
meate mea Is I now In hicharge Incbarp Incharge
charge and the open openmg openlog openlug
mg will take place placeWednesday placeWednesday placeWednesday
Wednesday August 25 25Two 25Two I
Two Doors South of Postoffioe PostoffioeTo
I To get your clothes clothescleaned clothescleaned clothesI
I cleaned right rightCall
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I Call Bell Exchange K S or Ind 1133 1133Regal 113Regal
Regal Cleaning DyeIng Co Coplacer Copla Coplacer
placer r mining they the went to the La Sal Saldistrict Sal4I8trict Saldistrict
district and began mining operations operationsbacked operationsbacked operationsbacked
backed by b the womans money monejMaxwells m moneyMaxwells 3 3Maxwells
Maxwells text escapade was at Green GreenRiver GreenRiver GreenRiver
River where he terrorised the town Un lining UnIn Unlug ¬
lug In up some ten or twelve men and shoot shooting IIDootIng shootleg ¬
ing holes bol s In the floor while they danced dancedHe C1aJJcedHe tiancedlie
He was w arrested and released on bonds bondsand bondsaDd bondsand
and won the good graces of the principal principalprosecuting principalplOoltCutiug principalprosecuting
prosecuting witness before the preliminary preliminaryhearing prelimlnarhearin preliminarytearing
hearing Maxwell then went to Colorado Coloradoand
and came near losing his life in Grand UrandJunction OrandJunction GrandJunction
Junction a few weeks ago when he at attempted attempled attempted ¬
tempted to settle air argument argum nt over a apoker apoker apoker
poker hand with his revolver In this thisinstance lItilihstan thislistanee
instance Maxwells revolver was taken takenfrom takenfnmJ takenfrom
from him and b he received a set severe ere beat bejtine beating beatlug
lug with hIs own gun gunOne sunOne gunOne
One of Maxwells axweU ways W8o of getting gettingmoney lettinmoney gettingmoney
money was by writing checks indiscrim indiscriminately lndl8crlmIlIatE tndlscriminatciy ¬
inately IlIatE > ly and so far as known he has liasnever hasn hasnever
never n ver been prosecuted pro nroted for this offense offenseFive offenstFive offenseFive
Five business bu ines men of Caliente Nev have havechecks hawchecks havecheeks
checks on the Utah National bank of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake in their possession which they theycashed tbeycuhed theycashed
cashed In January 10 lfIQIj and which were werereturned werereturned werereturned
returned marked no funds The author authorities autborIt authoritles ¬
ities It of Lincoln county Nevada sent a adeputy adeput adeputy
deputy sheriff ah rlff after him and he was wastraced waatraced wastraced
traced to Goldftela Gald eki and then lost lostLater loetLater lostLater
Later when he was found in Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and the authorities were notified the Ne Nevada oleada Nevada ¬
vada authorities would not send to Salt SaltLake SaltLake lt ltlab
Lake for him on account of the expense expenseWithin expenseWithin e eWithin
Within a few months of their refusal refusalto
to prosecute Maxwell for passing worth worthtea wortl1lea worthless
tea checks the state of Nevada paid eid ld out outseveral outseveral outseveral
several thousand dollars in an ineffec ineffectual Ineffectual lucifertual ¬
tual prosecution against the same man tor torstage torI forstage
stage I robbery robberyMOVEMENT ro robberyI robberyMOVEMENT bery beryMOVEMENT I
MOVEMENT OF FEDERAL FEDERALTROOPS FEDERALTROOPS FEDERALTROOPS
TROOPS IS DENIED DENIEDLaredo
Laredo Tex Aug a From a reliable reliablesource rpUabiesource reliablesource
source In Monterey it Is denied that there therehas therehas therehas
has been any concentrated movenxmt of offederal I Ifederal Ifederal
federal troops looking to the arrest t of ofGn ofhnral I InPlI
Gn nPlI ral Bernardo o Reyes governor of ofJseuvo ofNeuvo I
Jseuvo Nf > Uo Leon V on It Is also stated that Gen General Genfra1 Genersi ¬
eral RPJS H I still visiting in the neigh neighborhood neighlJorhol neighborhtood ¬
borhood of Galna Ga J8
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contains all three of the above abovequalities abovequKlitiM abovequalities
qualities It is one of exceptional exceptionalvalue
value Such a combination is isobtained isobtained isobtained
obtained in inIt inFisher InFisher
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drink for during the hot weather weatheryou
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only revive you but give givestrength 1estrength givestrength
strength and furnish a certain certainproportion oertainproportion certainproportion
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ficial effects e ecta are not merely tem temporary temporary ternporarir ¬
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Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid an irritating innammatorr innammatorraccumulation inflatnmatolaccumulation fnflammatoraccumulation
accumulation which gets into the circulation because of weak kidney kidneyconstipation kidneyconstipation kidneyconstipation
constipation indigestion and other physical ph irregularities which are usually usuallyconsidered usuallyconsidered usuallyconsidered
considered of no importance Nothing applied externally can ever reach reachthe reachthe reachthe
the seat of this trouble the most such treatment can do is soothe the pains painstemporarily painStemporarily pain3temporarily
temporarily while potash and other mineral medicines really add to tha thaacidity thaacidity thaacidity
acidity of the blood and this fluid therefore continually grows more acn actie actieand acrktand J Jand
and vitiated Then hcn instead of nourishing the different dl muscle and jont jontkeeping 3Ointkeeping U Ukeeping
keeping them in a normally supple and elastic condition it gradually hardens hardeIdand hardeband hardensand
and stiffens them by drying up the natural oils and fluids Rheumatism can cannever calnever cannever
never be cured until thoblood is purified S S S thoroughly cleanses an a1trenovates antI antIrenovates > I Irenovates
renovates the circulation by neutralizing the acids and driving the cau cauo cauofrom e efrom o ofrom
from the system It strengthens and invigorates tho blood so that instead insteadof
of a sour weak stream depositing acrid and painful corrosive matter in iitho intho intho
tho muscles joints and bones it nouriahee tho entire body with pare ricii riciiblood rJlblood riJblood
blood and permanently cures Rheumatism S 8 S oontain no potash potashalkali potashalkaU potashaiiaU
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