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ItrMountain Jnt JntI I Iountaln Republican p SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 29 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Her ltry < t tVol Ila
t 15 Xo Vol V > 1 136 1 N n < > >
Seattle Eisteddfod Manage Management Managemont ¬ j jment
ment Attempts to Charge ChargeEach ChargeEach Chargeyt
Each Individual Member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Choir an Admission Fee FeeCHOIR FeeI FeeCHOIR FeeCHOIR I
TO ENTER THE CONTEST CONTESTvlanagement CONTESTlvanagement CONTESTvianaement
lvanagement vlanagement Realizes Gravity Gravityof
of It Later L ator but Director Evan EvanStophens EvanStephens EvanStephens
Stephens Stands StandsFirm Firm and andChair andChair andChair
Speoial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanQ Hemkl He 1dRepu11icnS Republ c n nSEATTLE
Q BATTLE A AWl g 28 28Those Those e in inO inohArge inohrge
O oharg of the Eisteddfod program programat
at the AlaskaYukonPaeific exposi exposition exposition exposition ¬
tion blundered tonight and tried to toforce toforce toforce
force the tabernacle choir from Salt Saltlake SaltLake
1 lake to pay an n admission admis ion fee as in individuals indiviJuals indivi3uals ¬
dividuals dividualsThe diviJualsThe
The choir refused to sing left the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door of the hall in disgust and scat scattered soattered scattered ¬
tered to all parts of the fair grounds groundsand
and when the fair management re repented repented repented ¬
pented and attempted to hunt up the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt lake visitors only a few fe of them themcould themcould themcould
could be found They refused to re return retnrn return ¬
turn tnrnAooordb Aooordinf Aooordb to Evan Stephens di diirctor diector director
rector of the choir his singers have havenever havenever havenever
never before ItoMcdM011 b en offered suoh suohan an in insult iasuIt iiisuit ¬
suIt suItTh
Th i u has appeared apJ > > antnn in five Eistedd Eisteddi Jl Jtedd Jteddf
f 1 ai aitoi a i i > > ii < onteate declared tho di didiil dinpPI dito
toi toiKed diil neer before bcti i re WWI we We e been beanjiv beenI beenhe1
Ked I i inr pay admiesion to balls Co Myt Mytwe WIi WIitlf W Wr
tlf nr nrmed n r we huve always bpon bponth bs 1 1ino rdrtel
med ino l b bIPS 1 th < Klbteddfod Jo < l conuBltt colttIf1I s sThi e ewtifl
IPS t hi his when singers hv vttted e Salt Saltke SaltJ Saltke
J ake ke d hr 11 Eisteddfod committse has enter enterme eDrIdeCl enter5iiied
IdeCl me < l them Ow 11 elaborate i I hare ha never neverard neverard nev nevard
ard If > f in u1t ii a thing thineVl thl thlVt thingVe
Vl Ve H i r y t holr apared pj reil at the doors doorsth
t cr f th hall tonight ach laepaber Was Wasked
ked t fn i > r rlne < > iiioe 75 c Cllt < nts tor torrefused forCOli W WU
U n J oou ooulated 1 W P refused Had It been beenti beeelatedi b55la
lated la ted i ti C h original program that thatl
rs w gtE4I l to iIi > 1iy It might have havel havehn vs vslin
l hn n iif Irrrnt r nt We to nug IUIJ1 ii not have com comO COllIeto colg
g O to t Seuttl Se t i
Vote Not to Sing SingWi SingW1p
Wi i h 1 1 il I f hoir gatUer gatllroJd jd at the hall It Ita Ititl ItCj
a itl < i eXj 1 iid d to us 1M that we were expected expectedti
ti f pav pe T tT > r julnussion It was the lI th unani unaDllJlOlI1 unsaltfloe unanimous ¬
mous YI s t f t the ship rs that We not nottiK 1I0tIdy notv
< tiK v iM d not pa but would not stag stagiat sIDCIa singLt4T
iat Lt4T T m tiit > enln venlnf when It wa ruTJOre rurore1 ru ruriored
riored TJOre l an ailut ut tu hall fiat iiattbe the Salt Lake Lakecingeis Lakesingels Lakesingers
singers h hat ni infused to be b IMpeaed Infpe ed upon uponHMmbfie uun1ufmbr 1 1Hwmbr
HMmbfie i i tilt ElaTiildfod committee committeesought commlttbeSOIJfht commlttuesought
sought Mr Ir Stephens St phens and tried to ex exjilain exJlain oxjain
jilain Mi II Stephens ri jfretted much that thatthe thfttthe thatthe
the nr IIILlIfr utfr had taken thin tl a turn and nd one onenan oneman onenian
nan onnd < > t r a to pa > the admission adm elon It Itwas ItWRS Itcas
was I < > i at atThe a atTh It ItTht >
The > Sah 8 < 1lt Lake > binders had scattered ttered to touiou toIou toIious
uiou Iou parts iriits of f the grounds and even evenbid eveoIlad evenbad
bid tli thy > it tted i ted to return to the hall It Hwould Itwould Itwould
would Vim h hi v been impossible to collect collectif
th t h tn tnCoattJm inCOflitt1fl
CoattJm if non thus being Impossible the thet thetJO
t 000 pr Irh i > ffTed ff > led by the exposlUon for fortie torIle tsri1e
tie tvii ir Jr f the contest for mixed mixedloroses mtx mixedrus
loroses of seventyfive members wall walld re reduced isliieed ¬
duced d to JTO 70 o and awarded to the St StVrrkS Stfrk StNrl
VrrkS Nrl frk I chorus of Seattle attle by default to tonight toTlIght tornght ¬
night TlIghtTWO
Carthage cartha Mo o Aug U 38 38Two Two men menv menpre menvere
v vere ere killed an anJ a third suffered inju injuies
ies from which he UI die early to today todllY toidy ¬
day when a boiler in the plant ot the theHow theIow theSlow
How Iow FVPTJ fTrn Mining oompony at Neck Neaktity Neckt Iseakfity
fity t ity iito titetu 11 miles northwest north e t of here herexptoil herexplod herexpIoi
xptoil u leaking the plant and afaat afaatttring abatftrln sMtttrln
ttring ftrln imiov lll14 in this city The dead deadG deadGPOjie deadGoc
G GPOjie > oge tit straIn ram Webb City lineman linemanOeorce flnemaneore lInemanieorge
Oeorce eore Wltkansky Webb City fire firen ftrefilII liisri
n filII ia a n nFatally nFlltally flI
I Fatally injured InjuredEd
Ed Hlffclns stoker badly mangled mangledThe manledThe
The explosion followed a misreading misreadingrf
rf f the water pup I
Official organist of the tabernacle who accompanied great choir on its itstriumphal itstriumphal I Itriumphal
triumphal trip
Moors Inflict InflictjHeayy yHeayy Blow on onwSpaniardsr4fterHavjjig onSl3aniard5jAfterH onSpaniardsTAfterFjayJjig
wSpaniardsr4fterHavjjig Sl3aniard5jAfterH J1g Been BeenDriven BeenDriven BeenDriven
Driven From FromPosition FromPositionLisbon Position PositionLisbon sition sitionLisbon
Lisbon Aug 28 28El El l Mundo ttnolhhes p pIhhes Iul IulIhhes >
Ihhes a iU dispatch p teb from Penon ilf iaGomera ia iaGomera taGomera
Gomera today saying SBpngthc the Spaniuius Spaniuiusin Span SpanLtIn ilnl ilnlin
in Morocco exploded several liev re1 vin vinkillias mlnkUUuS iiInltUlhig
killias lOt 10 Moors The Spaniards wc wcretoymg Wtc Wtcrelaying wrrelaying
relaying the th mines In the darkne darknewhen daTkmn darkn3When >
when n the Moors returned and atta < kr k 1 1tbem 1tllem 1them
them savagely Three Spanish Spanishcore off uficer offIS >
core IS and fifty men were killed killedMelilla killedMelllle killedMelilla
Melilla Aug IS tOfficlal Official details f fthe fthe fthe
the capture of Tasaquln near Cap dt dt1Bau cJ cJrEa dcrau
1Bau show that the he Moors made a astubborn aIt astubborn
stubborn It bvrn and brave resistance resistanceThe re lstance lstanceThe
The Moors opened o ed the engagement engagementwith t ttth
with tth fierce fighting but after a pro prolongd proJoupd prolonged
longed struggle the Spaniards gained gainedthe gain < 1 1tht
the top of the hill and drove tle tIeenemy tleenemy tleenemy
enemy back The casualties are not notknown notknown notknown
known knownDALLAS
Dallas Tex Aug 28JK R Flanary Flanarjsuperintendent FlanarysuperlJitendent Flanarysaiertfltendent
superintendent et the lsitstry registry depart department departt departinent ¬
ment t of the Dallas postoffice was shot shotand shotalMl shotand
and fatally wounded by MB hi divorced wife wifeat
at noon today toll in the business district of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the city The woman was arrested arrestedTHREE arre arrestedU arrestedThREE ted tedI tedTHREE
Bowling Green 0 Aug 2S 2SDurlng During a aheavy aheavy I
heavy electrical storm this morning morninglightning morningUtbtnlng mornIngIlhtnIng
lightning fired three oil tanks of the theOhio theOnlo theOhio
Ohio CHI company at Cygnet each con containing conwining contaming ¬
wining 35600 barrels causing a probable probableloss
loss of liIe09 sioeoePASTOR M liIe09PASTOR 9 9PASTOR
Butte Mont Aug S IThe The Rev John JohnHosking Joh1Hoeklsg JohiIloekiag
Hosking putor of ute Unity church of ofWalkerville otYalken1I1e ofWalkerville
Walkerville today was found guilty on ontwo ontwo ontwo
two out of three counts of unminlsterial unminlsterialconduct unmlnlsterlaleoJHIuet unminlsterlaleomiuct
conduct and high imprudence Im n1dnce by the trial trialcourt trialcourt trialcourt
court of ministers appointed by Bishop BishopSpellmeyer BishopSpeUmeer BishopSpelltneyer
Spellmeyer This was the principal fea feature feature featels ¬
ture of the annual stat conference confel of ofth ofthl ofthe
th the Methodist chur chucn > n today The appoint appointments IIppointmeDia appointmenta ¬
meDia will be announced an olD d Saturday night
Glenn H Curtiss Makes Fastest FastestAerial FastestAerial FastestAerial
Aerial Journey Ever Accomplished EverAccomplIshedby Accomplishedby
by a Human Being
HElMS Aug 28 2BThe 28The The international int rnational onp cupof of aviation avia on known also as asthe asthe asthe
the Gordon Bennett trophy was won on today t day by Glenn H Curfiss CurfissAmerican C CtirtissAmerican rfiss rfissAmerican
American aviator in the fastest aerial journey of 20 kilometers ki1 meteII 1242 1242milas 142miles 242milas
milas ever awainplished aot mplished by man manHis manHis manHis
His time 15 minutes 5035 50 35 seconds was only 535 seconds fastei fasteithan fastelthan fastetthan
than that made by Blwtiot over the same course
Th The iior I rJr two French Pre eb pilots LathamLind Lathamid Latham Lathamund
und I If M tn I > finished respectively 4t4 vriJ in
17 mi mill i I icoonds lNfl5 and 20 minutes
47 35 I 1 tockburn an English Englishman ngIIshnian ¬
man ru M il1l 11 nt to a i hay haYMtak taok a an < he hems wa wam waiin9neUV
ms m in9neUV neuvt neuvtrose i f fIr ir the start and did not notit
< rose th thicarters I it 1 There > were fOri > no other otherhmpen othertarterii
> carters cartersTh1 tarteriiThe a rtertl rtertlTb
The rat race 4 M hmpen Ulenot and ur urwith urif urtuts
if tll8 with Latham as a possible out outLfiebre IUtt outy
t Fdr kr Lfiebre 111 n previous perform performiue
iue u es ajipitrentU had no chance For Fortui tortw < or ortw
tw f fli ii r < the Vmericaii Amt > rlcan An ii 11 Atr i iful
111 r I t l It H a 1 t nlrit TiIri s sfia r rful
ful fast t m madl < i < ti ii I > u Itl i wlii Ytbkh h ht h h hd lu I
tile lap record was a serious Imndicap Imndicapsince ll1m lmndkapsince kap1
since he had h6dlIo no opportunity to try out outthe outthe outthe
the repaired machine machineCurtim maeklneCUrt machineCurtl
Curtim CUrt s stole a march on his rivals by bygetting byKettia bygetting
getting < < away early earl Finding conditions conditionsfavorable conditIonsfavorable ndlUon6fa
favorable fa rable at 10 oclock in the morning morninghe
he decided to take no chances in the thefickle thefickle
fickle weather and after u trial trip tripin triPIn tripIn
in which he mode the circuit of the thecourse thense thecourse
course nse in 7 minutes 55 15 seconds s low lowering 10werlnc lowerlng ¬
ering the worlds record nine seconds secondshe 8tcondRhe
he started Immediately on his attempt attemptto
to win the up upHe upHe upHe
He hctnUkrl hndl > his machine in mafcterly mafcterlyContinued mntfryContinued rnaterIyContinued
Continued on Page 7
tKur tvArt ovA iltPriENS iltPriENSDirector iPilNSDirector
Director of the Tabernacle choir who whodeclined whodeclined
declined to permit his organization organizationto
to enter the Eisteddfod after the theshabby theshabby theshabby
shabby treatment the choir re received reoceived received ¬
ceived ceivedGrace ceivedMAY ceivedMAY
Grace Snell Takes the Seventh SeventhPlunge eventhPlunge
Plunge Into Matrimonial Sea Seain Seain Seain
in California CaliforniaLos
Los Angeles Cal Aug ug 28 2Mrs 8 Mrs lrs Grace GraceSnellCofflnCoffinWalker GraceSneJlCotflnCoftlnWalker GraceSnellCoffluCoffInWalker
SnellCofflnCoffinWalker Coffin Lay LaymanLove LaymanLove LaymanLove ¬
manLove daughter of Amos J Snell the theformer theformer theform
former form Chicago millionaire made what whatmay whAtmay whatmay
may be the worlds record yesterday by bytaking bytaklDg bytaking
taking her sevenjth plunge in the sea of ofmatrimony ofmatrimony ofmatrimony
matrimony when she cohtraoted her sec second second seeond ¬
ond marriage with Hugh Love a news newspaperman newspaPilMnan newslperinan ¬
paperman of this city cityNews cityNews cityNews
News of the event wbs is s received here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today Mrs Irs Love married her present presenthusband preeenthusband presenthusband
husband in 1906 Mrs Loves Lovesflrst first matri matrimonial matrimonIal matrimonlal ¬
monial experience was In 1884 when she shemarried themarried bemarried
married Frank H Coffin They were di divorced divOroell dlvorceil ¬
vorced in 1891 remarried in 18BS 1 and re redivoreed redlvoreed redivurced
divoreed In 1S99 i She Shemarrled married and d di 411T IIii
ii T Tn C tIi IIr In I 1M nn A + h
later in that year a she married l and di divorced divorced ¬
vorced Coffin for the third time lbs ihewedding lbswedding 1new
wedding w ddlng took place in October and the thedivorce thedIvorce thedivorce
divorce In November of o that year 8r In Inaoo in1O8
1603 she married Perkins A Layman and anddivorced andd1orced anddivorced
divorced him in 1904 1904Following 100FoHoning 1O4Following
Following the first marriage with wlt Love Lovein LevIn
in 1908 came his divorce in I9R The sec second Meond eecond ¬
ond marriage with Love took place yester yesterday yesterday e ter terday ¬
day at t Santa Ana Cal CaGLOUCESTER catU
Many Attend Eeception Held at John JohnHays JohnHays ohnHays
Hays Hammonds HammondsHome HammondsHome HammondsHome
Home HomeBeverly HomeDeverly HomeBeverly
Beverly Mass Aug 2 RTbe The quaint ualnt
little city of Gloucester GiOllce ter bed the honor te todtr
ft dill dtr ef f eBtftallifnl eawrtal t g President P Ptdentit stdent TWt ff t at at1t180I8t t
llta 1t180I8t first public appaaranor ap 3arancw since th the theginning be beginning begtnttlng ¬
ginning of o hip vacation Mr Ir Teas Ta vfejtt vfejttwlhy vtidtwas viejtwu
was wu ia compensation for his Ina Inaattend Inabflfly Tauoc wlhy to toattend toattend
attend the pageant of the Canterbury C8n ry
Pilgrims held there tb re just prior to the u tltoad tltoadJourument ad adjournment adurnment ¬
journment urnment of congress congressToday congressToday congressToday
Today the members of tho pageant com eommlUee cornmittee committee ¬
mittee and od many other prominent citizens citizensof
of Gloucester were invited to the home homeof I
of John Hays Hammond to meet the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president Mr Taft Secretary of UiQ th thNavy
Navy and Mrs Meyer and npd half a doaen doaenothers dOleItothers dosenothers
others were guests of Mr and Mrs Ham Hammond Harnmond Hammood ¬
mond Luncheon was served on the lawn lawnMr lawnlIr lawnMr
Mr Hammond will leave for Arizona ArizonaMonday ArizonaMonday ArizonaMonday
Monday aDd todays Iqncheon tendered tenderedby
by him to his summer neighbors of the thefishing tIwfl5hlng theftshthg
fishing port rt was w in tho paure nature tof Jt a fare farewell fareen farewell ¬
well en party partyFROSTS partyFROSTS y yFROSTS
Winfflpg Vinmp < g Aug 2S 2SFrost Frost Was reported reportedlast rt > poTtdlast
last night er a Eperal points in Saskauiie Saskauiiewa
wa wan i tr prvird > v > r f Vinda Ida Baitleford Edm Edmuu EdmuuUJIl EdrnILtoIl u utun
toIl algar I aiE rj ana Swift Current
Salt Lake High School Boys BoysEnjoy BoysEnjoy BoysEnjoy
Enjoy HundredMile Cruise CruiseAbout CruiseAbout CruiseAbout
About the Sound and Had Hadthe Hadthe Hadthe I
the Time of Their Lives LivesTURNED LivesTURNED LivesIURNED
Governor Spry and the Mem Members Members Members ¬
bers of His Party Leave on onthe onthe onthe
the Return Trip and Will Ar Arrive Arrive Arrive ¬
rive Home Monday Morning MorningHAD Mornng1HAD
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSEATTLE HeraldRepublicanEATTLE
SEATTLE EATTLE Aug 28 28The The big bigevent bigevent
event of today in the state of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington from the standpoint of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Salt lake high school cadets Was wfesthe Wasthe wisthe
the cruise of the good ship Waiaileal Waiailealof
of the Inland Navigation squadron squadronThe
The cadets were aboard the ship shipaforesaid shipaforesaid shipaforesaid
aforesaid Nobody knows how to pro pronounce pronounce pronounce ¬
nounce the name or where it came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from and they had the time of their theirbright th theirbright ir irbright
bright young lives livesi
T i 1 lit I time s Nt t for the departure was waslook wu wuok raa b bIok
< look thf ttr morning pleat early enough enoughMiiing sasoughwho ougb ougbolll1g
Miiing tir r who didnt leave th the Pay Payak pt pti
i ak i IT r il In ii last night this especially especiallyi
i hn 1 1 r TmetrJh rmentis nu pih < rs that they had to toemi
5 emi 1 Ifl > it ir t o clock In ord fdPTto r to be at atdo attic
do 101 K > in ii tim But the ship didnt didnti
i r IB l n Iii 110 < > JO much to the grief grttfii
ii 1 nN I Ii
i V i < H casiom d b by > the failure failurel
< h i U Utod aiIJ flal l > al a to arrive from her Bel Beln
> w n Ii j m n time ati She was chartered charteredanion charter charterloJ d dasion
tod < anion Nobody was wasd op opfroti oiI
d I 11 Ii from the cadets and a few fewium fewi
4 < i IiUUjU 1utt ium fl Qm TIM vtBti t ttbSttLle rmrtjpi Mt MtOV i ii
i SttLle uJJf > OV EWinr BW My ty and au4dsdstj M btaTf e cam camtliev to tod
d dsdstj l aL tll tliewOud tliev ywoudtatlitt nrould ratSf a t1n O Oinpr ttPing I Iing
Ping inpr th ho fair and arth th th9 did dl bttt btt Allar Allarlrth Ah Aht
t l > i i tvrtIwIes lrth rtheless lpslI pnjoed > d each ana anar an anf I Iry
r ry f f in in n1 rr mJlnent rnnnentVisit ment menti
Visit Shipyards ShipyardsFirst
First the they were taken t tb the Moral MoraRfiis shIPr shIPrardlt sh shvtriis
fiis where hr the th Nebraska was wasi wasIt buBtJ buBtJ1It
i xt th > i irrled around through the Pa Pan
n i i > fit f t later they vlclted Grays bar hari herk4fl1
i Hiid < < n n i < sl t of all Bremerton navy yard yardtogfth yamtogpth yardtgth
togfth r the I hI journey Included more than thanmile thanmile thanmie
mile nt so sound md voyaging The home homek
1 k we w r rahc ai hjd > d at 530 OOp p m mI mTlwy mIhy
Tlwy I to saw a the th unbolt Run boat Boston Bo ton that thatjjght tbatught thatUgIlt
jjght with Iee Dewey at Manila bay bayhe baythe bayhe
he baUp battleship = hip Oregon famed through throughnit
nit the world for her rusn toward towardthe
the battle of Santiago Santla o her magnificent magnificentpart
part in It the training ship shl Philadelphia Philadelphiath
th cruier > r Milwaukee the greatest dry
dock in the th world all at Bremerton The Theboys Theboys I Iboys
boys will have much to tell when they theyreach theyreach theyreach
reach home They will also tell of choppy choppywaves choppywave choppywave
wave that swept the sound on their east eastbound eastboUDd eastbound
bound join journey ne > and the millpond stillness stillnessof
of the water homeward bound boundPerhaps boundPt boundPerhaps
Perhaps Pt > rhJJS they will roll a little in their theirwalk theirwalk theirwalk
walk as becomes omes a company company of Jolly tars tarsand tarsand tarsand
and sprinkle their conversation with sea seasayings seasaying seasayings
sayings It Is possible too that some somepeople somepeople somepeople
people will add a pinch of salt to th thcadet tipradt tlitcadet
cadet narrathes but the salt will not Ue Uenecessary lieneceualY benecessary
necessary necessaryIt
It really was a wonderfully beautiful beautifulinteresting beauUfulinteresting beauUfutinteresting
interesting and instructive outing One of ofth ofth ofth
th ° best features is found Jn n the fact that thatall t1lfttall thatall
all were able to take the trip a special specialguard specialruard specialguard
guard of regular being left in charge of ofCamp 0 ofCamp
Camp Jackling Not one was sick not notone notOne
one on was guilty of misbehavior The Thelunch Thelunch Thelunch
lunch served by the cook outfit Was af afthat a1that atthat
that could have been desired and ever eveiboy everboy everboy
boy went w nt back to camp cam happy Tonight Tonightthey Tonightthey Tonightthey
they all are busy on the Pay Streak Streakspending StreakIpendln Streakspending
spending the cash Dr O B Pfoutz die disbursing dlsbunlin dieburaing ¬
bursing bunlin officer handed to each ch man on onhte 00hili emhis
his arrival at camp Th aide shows are arereaping alireaping ai4reaping
reaping a little harvest and everybody te tehappy Iehappy Ishappy
A Quiet Sunday SundayTomorrow SundayTOMorrow SundayTomorrow
Tomorrow promises a quiet day in inCamp IBCamp InCamp
Camp Jackllng no special entertainment entertainmentfcTing enteltalnmeRtIng entertaInmentsIing
fcTing Ing been n scheduled The boys will mil milin putIn ut utIn
in their time listening lIetenl to band b nd eoaeertsi eoaeertsiand oo eoneertand eer eerand
and looking the exposition over Governor GovernorSprv Gcw GovecnoSpry nor norSpry
Spry and the members of the executive executiveparty executiveparty executiveparty
party left tonight for Utah They win winmake winmake wlflmake
make a close connection In Portland ar arrhtng arIhIng arriving
riving III Salt Lake Monday morning morningThe
The Tabernacle choir was heard In I the theEisteddfod theEIsteddfod theFIIateddfOd
Eisteddfod competition at the exposition expositiontodav expoettlolltOlla expositiontoday
today A trem tremendous ° ndouB audience cheered cheeredthe
the ITUih singers 8Ingf > rs
Many Casualties Are Reported Reportedas
as Result of a Headon HeadonCollision HeadonCollision HeadonCOIiSiOnU
Collision CollisionGtennwood CollisionGlennw COIiSiOnUGienuwood
Gtennwood Glennw od Mo Aug S ZITwu Two persons nereonsare penJOIISare
are dead and a score injured sIx danger dangerously dangerously ¬
ously 0081 as tht tb result of a headon ool oolHslon eolIWon colheIm
Hslon between a neavllyloaded beavUYl aded Wabash Wabashparsenrer WabashplUl8enrer Wabeshpassenger
passenger train and a freight train en R the these tbe8BIDe thesame ¬
se same me road nar n ar here today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The accident hapmned on a curve The Thecause lheetI8e thecause
cause of the wreck ia not known knowne
Jefferson Jetr City Mo Aug Aug X ZAter After re reviewing reviewing ¬
viewing vl ng the testimony 1 I1Y and affidavits sub submitted svbmUted subinitted ¬
mUted In the hearing of the requisition requteitteaof requt ldeB ldeBof
of the return of Mrs Stella tell Barclay and andJohn aDdJohn andJohn
John W Gentry to Kansas Acting ctlng Gov Governor Governor Goyernor ¬
ernor Qmellch late today honored the therequisition therequlsUioR therequisition
requisition Mrs Barclay and Gentry Gentrymust Gentrymust Gentrymust
must return to Kansas Kan as to stand trial trl l on onthe onthe onthe
the charge of kidnaping Marian Blrake Blrakely
ly the inoibator baby and answer an Wer the therliargr therlJarg thechargt
rliargr m oi aaeault aaeaultRAILROAD 8 aaultRAILROAD UIt UItRAILROAD
Berkeley < al Aug 28 28ChaII18 Iharles J JWllrtti JVII1I JVllthr
Wllrtti freight auditor of < of f the th Southern SoutlurnPa SouthernPalf SouthernPaefl
Pa Palf < ifi Kailinail Hair lai i ompan fn for nearlv n aTI thn thni
t i d < 1 j i di ii i li6 is 8 hn nip t in tin t tits titsIi cttii it itIt
Ii VidLituinlt v i 110 in tt It ta a N 1 I
Eigh Hundred Persons Are AreDrowned AreDrowned AreDrowned
Drowned in Northern N Mexi Mexico
co More Than Fifteen Thou Thousand Thousand Thousand
sand Left Without Homes HomesDAMAGE HomesDAMAGE HomesDAMAGE
Santa Catarina CatarinRiver River Over Overflows Overflows ¬
flows and Inhabitants Flee Fleefor Fleefor Fleefor
for Their Lives Many Fail Failing F ail ailing ¬ I Iing
ing to Reach High Ground GroundWIRES GroundlWIRES Ground1WIRES
LAREDO T T AREDO Tex Aug Au 28 2jWord 2WordLreached Word Wordi I Ireached
i Lreached > reached here late this afternoon of ofone ofone I Ione
one of the moat disastrous floods ever everknown everknown
known northern in northern Mexieo MexieoIt I
It was caused by the overflow of ofthe ofthe I
the Santa Catarina riverEjght river riverEjght I
Ejght Bj ht hundred were drowned and andfifteen andfifteen andfifteen
fifteen thousand are homeless homelessThe homelessThe omlessT
The T e financial al damage ii estimated estimatedat
at 12000000 12000000For
For F i the last fortyeight hours a verit veritable veritable ventable ¬
able deluge of rain has been falling fallingwhich famnKwhich fallingwhich
which together to ether with the How of water waterfrom wterfrom waterfrom
from the adjacent mountains into intoSanta intoSaota intoSanta
Santa Catarina river swelled that thatstream thatstream thatstream
stream and it reached a width idth of a mile mileand mileand mileand
and a half and nd completely overflowed overflowedcertain ovetllowedcertain overflowedcertain
certain portions of the city of Monte Monterey Monterey Monteroy ¬
rey wrecking houses ho es and causing causinglosses causinglooses < u tng tnglo
losses lo es of life It is certain that the theflood theJ100d theflood
flood was the most disastrous in the thfmemory tbPmemory thememory
memory of the oldest mnabitants and andthat andthat andthat
that the loss of life will be great greatNot greatNot greatNot
Not a train has reached this city thus thusfar thusfar thusfar
far today Telegraphic lc communication communicationis
is crippled and d the exact location of ofsome oflJOfI1e ofsome
some trains is unknown unknownStreet unknoWDStreet unknownStreet
Street Cars Stopped StoppedIn
In the city of Monterey telephone telephonecomouraicatktn telephonecoml telephonecomunkatIon
comouraicatktn coml nmieaUOll Ia impossible the elec electric elepJaftt eleclrk ¬
tric plant Is halt V wider wdrnasPat wat 1IJ v tb civatreet dW dW1It1eet Ur Urstreet
street < atr P s rVK < ii paralysed 7u and the t1Ka theat th thvater
vater a at r r1iiLormtIofl tnialt iT II fe If t tnt crip
informhltotf nt X yesclng ciUng here ureliable U 1irW 1irWreliable > reu b breliable
reliable sources states atat that so severe severewaa fleWwu seenwaa
waa the Hood od that PIe th inhabitants in inthe IntM inthe
the vicinity of oethe the stream bad ba4barely ba4barelytime barely barelytime barelytime
time to flee Oeef01 for their lives IIY that the on onrush ODtuM onrush ¬
rush of 1 waters < < 8 carried < 1 away a their theirhomes tbeIrhomes theirhomes
homes and chattels and in many manya8 manya8droned manydrowned cases casesdrov
drov droned ned occupants of small huts used usedby ulledby usedby
by natives It Is saM that conditions conditionsare onditlonare
are chaotic and that the plazas are arecrowded arecrowded arecrowded
crowded with homeless natives nativesBuildings nativesBuildings nativesBuildings
Buildings of f Monterey are in most mostcases mostcases mostcases
cases built of adobe and when struck struckby struckby struckby
by the flood literally dissolved dl solved In many manyInstances manyInstanCts manyinstances
Instances Inhabitants are reported to tohave tohae tohave
have been caught in the falling mate material material matenat ¬
rial and drowned like rats in a trap trapFlood trapFlood
Flood conditions extend as far south southas out outas
as Saltillo although no great damage damagebeyond damagebeyond damagebeyond
beyond Inconvenience to the citizens citisensand citizensand citiseneand
and minor damage to the roadbeds of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the railroads is reported south of Mon Monterey Monterey Momterey ¬
terey Telegraphic communication to tothe tothe tothe
the north is partly interrupted but K Kwag It1Ias I Iwas
wag learned tonight tonl ht that there had hadbeen hadbetn hadbeen
been no loss of life reported south of ofMonterev ofMonterey ofMonterey
Many Mills Damaged DamagedMonterey DamagedMonterey DamagedMonterey
Monterey is a city of approximately
70000 inhabitants located 180 mile mtletlsouth mitessouth milesouth
south of Laredo It Is set in a valley valleybetween valleybeteen valleybetween
between huge hu mountains and is trav traversed travI traycreed ¬
ersed by the Santa Catarina river riverAmong riverAmong riverAmong
I Among some of the plants that were weremore Weftmore weremore
more or less Je s damaged are Electric Electriclight ElfIttrllight Electriclight
light plant water works yards of the theNational thtNational theNational I
National Railway of Mexico and sev several lleVera several ¬
eral era warehouses 8 of private individuals individualsin
in that vicinity smelters and steel steelplant steelplant steelplant
plant which latter are reported to be bebadly bebadly bebadly
badly damaged by water waterAccording waterAccording waterAccording
According to advices from Federal Federaltelegraphic Fed Federaltelegraphic + ral ralt
telegraphic t > l phlc authorities wires Mouth are areparalyzed aJfparalY2td areparalyzed I
paralyzed Onlv one wire Is wOTklnsouth workingsouth working workingsouth
south of Laredo and communication communicationwith
with lth Monterey Mont Y was severed red over this thiswire thllwire thhwire
wire via Cludad Porflrio Diaz and andChihuahua andChihuahua andChihuahua
Chihuahua a circuitous route routeFrom routeFrom routeFrom
From a reliable source which cnnnot cnnnotVH tnnot1W9
VH ouoted information is gleaned that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the loss of life In Monterey as a result resultof ult ultof
of th the overflow of the santa Catarina Catarinariver Crtarinariver tart tartriver
river is placed at from 100 to 300 per persons perSons pr prIOn ¬
sons sonsUntil SonsUntil IOn
Until communication is reestab reestablished rftfItRbIIshfd reestablished ¬
lished however it will be impossible impossibleto
to rive accurate figures on the number numberof n nrnberof ber berof
of lives lost J 8f
Cities of San Pedro and Wilmington WilmingtonAre I IAre
Are Merged With Greater GreaterMunicipality GreaterMuniciplity GreaterMunicipality
Municipality MunicipalityLoe
Los Angeles An elee Aug 88 28With With appro appropriate approprmte apjwoprigte ¬
priate ceremonies C81tJft Ies the cities of San SanPedro 8aaPedro Iua IuaPedro
Pedro and Wilmington were Wf > le merged mergedtoday mel1eCltoday mergedtoday
today with the city of Los Angeles and andbecame antib andbcame
became b me an integral part 8rt of the latter latterin
in conformity with the result of oftlte the tnecansottdation theceneottlatlon
cansottdation ejections several Beveral11IO weeks Waskeago weeksago
ago This gives Los Angeles her herharbor CTWB CTWBharbor ew ewharbor
St Petersburg Aug J8J J > seph Meacs MeacsOf Meags8IIImOeP I 8g8 8g8iJf
Of Baltimore and two local engineer to today toclay today ¬
day were indicted for Ia huk < k of f caution in inthe Inthe inthe
the matter of the explosion August 14 14on 14on iion
on board the xubmarlne t > Dragon In which whichMeags whIchlleap whichMeags
Meags and sixteen Russians RUJAll ns were in injured tnjunod injured ¬
jured Jleatrs is emplop t > < i b by a Con Connecticut Connectkut Connecticut ¬
necticut constructor of the > marine m rlne and andwas andwas endwas
was in charge at the time of tlio acci accident QCIdnt aecident ¬
rfan an Jose Cal Auy 2s 2aJudge IIJu Judge g Uobe Uobeof G Gosbeyof ODe ODeof
of the Juvenllt court today remanded the theoung thtoung theyoung
oung hank robbers I 10 o Nevin ein and amiFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank Smith Who tnlf J7 Km from th thValley thVilli tha1y
Valley Villi tuiiik of f Sanli arit < 1 ltru i i < ir ii ictl ictlT ti > l lpril
pril pniTt T t t > It ll i > iv isd hri H > tb I h hj t t tD
D n T if j t f3 fn1 mi < ii i d Iti1 ell tJ tJWill oJ >
Will taK t i Ii r < jrw TU >
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From photograph made during his last western trip
l t3 MASl OlE OlEC
South Carolirfa Car lirfa is Said to Have HaveShown H HaVShown v8 v8hoWn
Shown + Heiiselr Jer eeitjeedit eeitjeediti 8It Speediest SpeediestPhiladelphia e
11 < i oftaf tS tSlI <
Philadelphia lI deIPbia Aug 2S 2fThe The battle battleship bat bathlp battleship ¬
ship South Carolina returned to Cramps Crampsshipyard Crampshipyard Crampsshipyard
shipyard today toda y after having completed completeda
a successful trial trip off the Delaware DelawareCapes DelawareCapes DelawareCapes
Capes in which it was demonstrated demonstratedthat demon trated tratedthat
that the vessel i Is the fastest fast ship of its itsclass Itsclass itsclass
class in the navy In the fourhour fourhourfull
full speed run the South Carolina Carolinamade Carolinamade Carolinamade
made 1888 knots the contract 11QO 11QOment requfrement require requirement ¬
ment being only 185 knots In the five fivehigh ftyhIgh fivehigh
high speed runs over the measured measuredmile
mile the battleship batt1e lp attained a mean meanspeed meanspeed means
speed s of 1925 knots During the stand standardixation Rand7IUdisaUon standrardixatton
ardixation run the fastest time was
3662 knots knotsCoal knotLCoal knotsCoal
Coal consumption n of the battJe battieshllikewise battleship battleshiplikewise hl hlUkewl
likewise e was superior to that of other otherships otherblps otherships
ships in the fourhour trial only 133 133pounds 131pouDds L35pounds I
pounds per indicated horsepower being beingused beingused beingused
used usedC usedCHAUFFEUR
Three Other Occupants of Machine MtehineAre
Are Injured but Not HotSeriously NotSeriouily NotSeriously
Seriously SeriouslySan
San Francisco Aug 28 28WllltaDl William Bar Barrington BarringtOft Barrlngtoii
rington chauffeur for Earl Rogers Rog lll one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the attorneys for Patrick Calhoun was waskilled waskilled
killed in Golden Gate park early today todaywhen todaywheD todaywhen
when his hi automobile with three passen passengers psesengore ea eaeen ¬
gore crashed into another machine machineAccording machineActOIdIng machineAccording
According to members of the party Bar Barnnston Baritnpton ar arTinton
nnston was driving drtvill at a vei velS < high rate rateof ratet rateotpeed
of otpeed t meed when the collision oolll on occurred Mrs MrsKftrringtoa liraHnrrlplrtOll Mrsltnrrlpgton
Kftrringtoa Miss MI Grace Williams and a aman alllan aman
man whose identity was not revealed revealedwere
were injured but not seriously seriouslyThe
The machine driven by Barrington Barringtonturned Barringtonturned Barringtonturned
turned oxer and pinned the driver be beneath beneath beneath ¬
neath killing him instantly instantlyFrleiids InstantlyFrle11dlt instantlyFrirlids
Frleiids of otth the th dead chauffeur say he hewas heu hewas
was u the sole her to the estate of his hismother hl8mother hiSmother
mother Mts McGrath who recently diet dedin
in Tacoma TI1 omH His father William Barring Barrington
ton sr ia said to bi a resident of that
Jacob JacohH H Schiff Calls at the theHouse theB theand
House B ua and Goes GoesAway GoesAwayRefieved GoesAwy
Away AwayRefieved AwayRefievedL Relieved RelievedH
+ K4 + 4 + t 4 + + + 4V 4 + 4 4 + t H I + + q qtA 4 + + + + + + + T Tt
t A RDEN N Y Aug R SE E H HH HK4 iitjf1 I IfarTiman +
tA tjf1 V H Harriman notwlt notwtlltandll notwtlltandllthe istandii istandiiT +
T e t1 the flurry of ye yeeterdi eetero terdi < t > is is isto i a n nto j jto +
+ to undergo a surgical operation operationT operationpresent 1 1present +
T + present presentAside presentI +
I Aside from this announce announcempnl m > m i imost Ii Iimost + 1 1i
f i most important Incident beani beaniupon lxarIllupon a ri n +
4 upon his illness 111 today wa a vii i i 4
T 1 from Jacob Jac b H Schlff BcblffOIe the th N Nw w Vrk VrkMM r rbanker +
MM t L banker the first promteeiu fi fIII fIIIIn ut f j
4 4 In the financial world to sec secHarrinian 8t > I r rHarri1UD rHarriman < +
+ Harriman since his return from El1 El1rope Eu4TOpO > i +
4 4TOpO + rope ropeMr ropeMr +
+ 4 Mr Sohlff hlff came apparently wii wiithe wlt1 wlt1the t tthe +
the idea of ascertaining Just I Iill 1U1111r < v + p
4 ill U1111r Mr Harriman is He did not talk talkbusln0 ta 1 14buslnE38 < +
4 4buslnE38 business busln0 1l8 and when he left he ji Iad Iadr ai aiHarriman i iMr +
+ Mr r Harriman is better bettervrTt bettert better4yy +
+ + + t 4yy + vrTt + f + t4bWhether fW + + + + t f + + + tWhether f fWhether + + + + + +
Whether the decision not to operate operateMr opt operatMr > latp latpIIr
Mr Harriman H rrtmaD was reached i Iwc Iwchis hchis > 1 1his
his physical condition would mK makoperatio mahoperation i ioperatioa
operation unwise now or whether whet he r no noeration 11 11eratlon iieration
eration iS s necessary eaary must remain un unswered unswered urir urirswered
swered 90 long as the Harriman fan fanII1lntalns ftiimaintains tii tiimaintains >
maintains its policy iey of rigid si1 si1nce si1nceBut n > nce nceBut nceBut
But on authority al bortty which co could ild not 1 1confirmed 1conflnned 1confirmed
confirmed it was learned th that < < t aftr aftrconsultation artrcon aftrconsuktation
consultation con UtattoD physicians physic report 1 toda todathe a t tthe Ithe
the family and lid to the tnterens in inBtreet V < I IIItreet 1street
street most deeply pi concerned In I n Un > II IIriman Ifrlman I I Iriman
riman a 8oeC1IrltIe8 c rtties that It ws tx best > st t tthe tthe I Ithe <
the patient patrentmalre mate a fall trial of th thcure the a t tcure r rcure
cure recommended recom Dded at Bad Oa Gstelll Gateina teln N Na tod toda
a more heroic alternative is consider considerDr e r rDr d dDr <
Dr Crlle Cr There ThereDr
Dr George W Grits the Clt Cleveland veland ii iieon i igeon igoon
goon eon who was reported to hav h hvsummoned l i isummoned If Ifsummo
summoned summo d for consultation was n nognised aognised
ognised OS llIedtoda today as 8 an arriving or < j jIns i iing ilag
Ins passenger at either Turn urer or A Astations r r88t1ons rettlon
stations It is probable ho hoepr < e ei i ihe Ibe the
he stpfed eltpi through the Itai of o r fspondents < r rapondents rspondenu
apondents vnrecognised nreco ntaed took < art n t tconsultation Iconlul tconsultitIou
consultation conlul consultitIou tlon and departed departedMr
Mr 8hiff hiff denied here today that t i 1rile iPrile ICrile >
Prile rile WuI is still at the hOTi hOTJf e M Mwas Mr Mrwas S > i iWIl8
was atL at Arden Hout > c > four ur hour houiImportance hourImportance hoursimportance >
Importance of his visit cannot 1 Iestlmakd h r restimated restimated
estimated Mr Schilf James StH Stl1and St1i5 St1i5and u uand
and James Speyer are the three np npatively I IaUvely xi xiatively
atively aggressive brokers who a as > r rContinued rContlnued rContinued
Continued on Page 2
Chief Forester Is Greeted With WithProlonged WithProlonged WithProlonged
Prolonged Applause e When He HeRises HeRise8 HeRisee
Rises to Spook SpookS
j i
EATTLE Aug 2The 28 The National Conservation congress today effected effecteda
a permanent permanentorganIatton organization I = aUQn adopted a radical water right resolution resolutionafter resolutionater resolutionafter
after a vigorousu debate in which radical sentiment was expressed by a amajority amajority amajority
majority of the delegates listened to addresses by Secretary of the Inter Interior InterIor Interbr ¬
ior Richard A Ballinger Francis JHoney the San Francisco Prosecutor Prosecutorand
and by Chief Forester Eor ster G Gifford if ford Pinchot and adjourned
Learning > alninJ tliat t S StrtnTY > < T > > tarv Kall Bnln ia lingr lingrwould < nr nrwould r rwould
would arrive from eastern Waaiiuigion Waaiiuigionwhere W Waahin tnglon tnglonwhere Len Lenwhere
where he has been be n with the senate irri irrigation inlatioR irrigatlon ¬
gation atioR committee on an afternoon train traina
a committee was wa wnt < f > nt to > th station to tom toIJ1Pet toinset
m inset t him Mr BallniRer v va a < Rivet Ml d In Inloud It ItI byloud
I loud applause > anti was HI on lntr intrluci intrluciH < lnt < I IHt
Ht H 1 > spoke but y 0 ff fpw > w iniiiut1 s sH sHe
I H He ij ud itl I ff f t 1 Jill iiir Intt i H t in if On Onors i hi hiurtnizatin
ors or urtnizatin tllZti nizalill i a 1 s I acMUf a iist 1 il 1 t r < r n r t tarticles Iarticle tarticles
I articles < of incorporation to put putfor putistent i iItt
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for A Altr ii Ii it Mantis Mantist Sta d8 i ITaCI r afi w Will siflth tli tiiii 1J lW1 < > in inItT
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B Bsllingr llmgr h left > ft tl tie It P > hall hallcallr r ViTC Vir loll loni loniralla I IKinailt
callr alh f fr r Chief I Fortr r n > r I > i iMr Finall Kinailttli FinallMr FinallTr
Mr Tr Plmliot wit ln t v v M Mait tli ha bniHis haFart haa1t
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