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T TWO THOUSAND ARE DEAD
MEXICANS IN INDIRE INDIRE
DIRE STRAITS STRAITSAn
An Urgent Appeal Is Made to tothe tothe
the People of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to Help the Hungry Hungryand
and Homeless in Monterey MontereyLIVING MontereyLIVING
LIVING SEARCH AMONG AMONGDEAD AMONGDEAD
DEAD FOR LOST ONES ONEST ONESTen
T Ten en Thousand Persons Are Be Being Being
ing Fed by Municipal Au Authoritiesl Authorties1
thoritiesl and the American AmericanConsul AmericanConsul
Consul Is Aiding Many Manyd ManyJITUATION
d ITUATION IS APPALLING APPALLINGLaredo APPALLINGLaredo
Laredo Te Texas as Aug 30 30Two 30Two
Two thl1lRnd dead in the theMonterey theMonterey
Monterey flood is the estimate estimateof
of the extent of Saturdays Saturdaysdisaster Saturdaysdisaster
disaster made tonight by Pedro PedroTiev PedroTfevino
Tiev Tfevino 11o a prominent capital capitalist
ist of Monterey MontereyOfficial MontereyOfficial
Official estimates do not go goso goso
so high ranging around 1200 1200or
or 1400 1400Certain 1400Certain
Certain it is however that thatthe thatA
A the list of dead constantly constantlygrows constantlygrows
grows growsThere growsThere
There are several pueblo vil villages villages
lages containing from fifty to
100 inhabitants located long alongthe longthe
the banks of the river to the thesouth thesouth
south of Monterey and it is re reported reported
ported that these have been beencompletely beencompletely
completely wiped out and their theirinhabitants i
inhabitants drowned drownedIt
It is on this ground that Mr Trevino Trevinolals Ttevlnoplats
plats lals his estimate of the loss of life at athigher
1 higher figure than baa yet been stated statedKo statedN
Ko N American lives were lot but MV MVel aevexal
el exal al Amfrkaps Amrians suffered property ao aoommltres Ion Ionornmltets
ommltres are endeav endeavItkntiflcation endeavorftx to aea aeafdtiIcaton
Itkntiflcation of the bodtes as They are arehnught ireIrught
hnught in by Starchen while others a aing sing
ing to tlw th slwltpring and feeding < < of the themsand
1 msand lSan of Iwnwlels Hundreds of the theilllms thev
v illlms wandcr 1Iand > l distractedly about the city cityainly cityainly
ainly hoping that they may be able ab to toollunter toC
ollunter C missing relativee or at least re recover rectver
cover their bode bodeSoup JodieSoup
Soup Kitchens Opened OpenedPrompt OpenedPrompt
Prompt nwasurps take to house alld alldfetd adfe
fetd fe d the hmelss h rneiss have proved effective effectiveDId
DId Ylr very fw f w if any haft been per perY
V Y mitr miucil to 0 go hungry Soup kitchens have haveb
1 b 1 estahlisilhl so that the refu refugees ee8 may mayted
1 ted fpdTile tedT
Tile T I e poIr po I are a rt the I tie areatellt Afferen the tbeflJuded thefluded
flJuded tli Iitrit trkt bing principally on the tbefats the1ats
fats along th cast side of the banks of oftl1 oft
tl1 t Santa Catarina river The bunted buntedwater buratedwater
water mains hnc > not as yet been re relairrl retjCd
lairrl tjCd bt it is expected the situation will willbp williiev
bp nliev iiev d tomorrow tomorrowRailway tomorrowRztilwav
Railway tpitphone and telecraPb com comInmidtlnll cornLs
Inmidtlnll is 0 badly crtpkd as to be beradic beraticaIly
radic raticaIly lh udtss The National Rail Rallay Railtay
tay ay of Mt xio xii u has lost s ventYflvemlles ventYflvemllesof
of track vora < Ta culverta and bridges bridgesTher bridgesThere
There is no ro 11111 service between Laredo Laredoand Laredoand
and MOIHny MOIHnyThe
The Iltilal 1i1way for the first time timesince timesifltC
since tht flo1 secured > telegraph connec connectblll connect1fl
tblll with tli tiis thy and Monterey tonight tonightmessag tonightmess
messag mess g was immediately rushed rushedthrough rushedthrngh I
through trtlI th latter city orderlo ordering the thehni thekcated
hni located In Laredo to tollITY toy
llITY y for a l all available material Sev SevI Seytran
I tran r I Mailed and It was not notdifinittlr notifinittiy i
difinittlr klln until tonight that th thWS thCTW5
CTW5 WS 11 < I SdC a e Indications B are that tbatjway thatIway
jway trtfi < will be Impeded unW unWTtursda untaN
Ttursda Friday FridayMoney FridayMoney
N
Money From United States StatesrJtelo StatesM1ter
rJtelo authorities appreciate the eon eont 00 00t
t utiJ1 f Boney from too United UnitedI UnitedzatS
zatS I < S it t difficulty wu experienced experiencedlWWSJq exper1encdS
S lWWSJq 2 l1rrtspondents In SEndlq SEndlqmatI s ndingI
I matI l r pints In the United States Stateswing Statesvi11g
wing to Ih p p1iar uJiar laws governing the the1InSIOi theiipnsIoi
1InSIOi Ir pro ss s rates aDd the recos recostdtin
tdtin of rrpo1Itnts In Mexico Mexicor
r to il pnH1ll jr nt time 5It bodies have havebn haverecrrd
bn recIr1 One entire fltmrtr of the theof thet
t of Mtrv was deFtroyd and 1000 1000r 1OOsTIS
r sTIS > 1S t y ar tre homess Th Thins watr watrinR
ins a1 a nIess S and th rit ety b one oneI Ofl5I
I ntly nt without wit flut drinking Water nithr is istlJt istlr
tlJt II in I r II Ireot > t car nil for the thepat thewtr
wtr pat h hs bp1 te seriously dama damaged damagedT d dT
T will j impossible to TP eJume ump train traintoo trainrvc
rvc too f r i1 w Ii and tile city Is threat thnatfn
fn j with a j fflmlne The slaughter slauhteres
es Ii I i dstroyed Ten tho thou thouperis l lF
F < rrl peris r n fing > fEd on brad bradfo If Iffp
fp and ko i I t iho h munielpal authorities authoritipsno
dThi no the im aii consulate III giving food foodt
t tI an who apply applyContinued applyContinued
Continued on Page 2
A ACCIDENT TO AIRSHIP I
GAS ESCAPES BUT BUTNO BUTNO
NO ONf ONEIS IS HURT HURTEmperor HURTEmperor
Emperor William Sends Aero Aeroplane Aeroplane
plane for Francis Joseph Josephto
to Inspect InspectBuebt InspectBueIntg
Buebt Getmay Aug lOT lOTZeppelin OTbe OTbeZeppelin
Zeppelin airShip which stated at
114 ocloek last night from the theTemplehof
Templehof parade ground on Its re retura
tuna voyage to Frlederlchshfen met metwltb metwith
with an accident early today arid aridlanded andlanded
landed here at 7 oclock oclockThe oclockThe
The two forward propellers were werebroken werebroken
broken and a fragment of one of ofthem ofthem
them ple pietced the envelope permit permittIn rmit rmittlng
tlng tIn the gas to e escape cape The airship
however was kept up by throwing throwingover
over ballast until a favorable landing Jandlnplace landingplace
place was reached The ship came camedown camedown
down gently and It now rests In a ameadow ameadow
meadow It will take at least two twodays twodays
days to complete repairs Telegrams Telegramshave
have been sent to Friederlch Friederlehehafen Friederlehehafenfor hafen hafenfor
for workmen materlalll and gas gasBerlin gasBerlin
Berlin Aug HIt had been the theItentlon theintention
intention to bow Zeppelin III to toEmperor toEmperor
Emperor William and to Francis
Joseph the emperor of AustrIa with withIn
In the same me week Emperor Francis FranciaJoaeph FrancisJoseph
Joseph had arran arranged to vllit the new newly
11 constructed airship works on the theLake theLake
Lake of Constance and see Zippelin ZippelinIII
III and hp hurried back to the so th thto thto
to reach he Jake tomorrow tqmorrowWhen tomorrowWhen
When the news of the breakdown breakdownwas
was transmitted to Emperor William Williamhe
he ordered tbat tbatppe1in i eppelln II the air airship
ship that already had been turned turnedoV4lr thrnedov
oV4lr ov r to the army be sent from the theRhIne theRhThe
RhIne depot to the Lake of Constance
for the Inspection of Empe1 Francis
Joseph JosephCHOOSE JosephCHOOSE
CHOOSE GEOLOGIS GEOLOGISAS
AS THEIR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTWinnipeg
Winnipeg MaD Aug 30The The educa educational educatknal
tional chemistry and agricultural sections sectionsof
01 the British Association for the Ad Adnncement Advancement
nncement of Science united today to lis liste han
te n to a number of interesting papers paperson
on the raIsing of o wheat and the mlllinc millingof
01 flour flourAmong our ourmong
Among mong the speakers were Professors R
Harcourt and L L S mink Des C Saun
ders and E F Armstrong A D flail and anflE
E J Russell RuslellDr
Dr T G Bonney p R S the eminent
British geologist WAIl elected president presidentof
of the assocIation assocIationThe 88OClatlonThe
The meeting DCxt year will be held In InSbeffleld InSheffield
Sheffield SbeffleldMONTANA
0 0MONTANA
MONTANA PIONEER IS DEAD DEADHelena DEADHelena
Helena Mont Aug 3OWUJIam WiI WiIllama Whlllama
llama a well known pioneer 18 dead at atHelmville atHelmville
Helmville aged ti6 6 He was a native of ofKentucky ofKentucky
Kentucky and came to Montana In 1864 1864locating ThMlocating
locating In Alder gulch the zone of the theflnt thefirst
first Important otd discovery Later be beremoved beremoved
removed t to Deer Lodge county which has hasbeen hasbeen
been his home since He was not married
TAFT SUMMONS BALLINGER BALLINGERTO
TO DISCUSS DISCUSSTHE THE OUARREL OVARRELPresident I IPresident
President Wants Light on Trouble TroubleBetween TroubleBetween
Between the Interior Secretary Secretaryand
t and His Chief Forester ForesterBEVERLY ForesterB
BEVERLY B EVERLY Mass Aug SOSecretary of the Interior Ballinger will willmake willmake
make a hurried trip here to see President Taft as soon as he can candispose candispose
dispose of some important matters in Washington VashingtonMr
Mr Ballinger notified the president today that he would endeavor to tobe tobe
be in Beverly within ten days Presi President ent Taft said there was no partic particular particular
ular matter he desired to take up with Mr Bal1inger
It Is understood however he has hasalled hascalled
I called on the ecretary of the In Intelor inr
r tenor for certa certain In reports regar regarding lng lngtIansa
I tIansa transaetiOP < UO W L h ae ngurerl in the rlJeforestry theforestry
forestry 1 rs rsSecreta i iSecreta
Secreta n i lspd Iil i iresident >
resident ident j 1 r daj tjk uf ufIeing
r tre Ieing WitEl nn PleliioJlint vut bI it A Aasc L I
lSC < Oct J 16 The arrangement for forte
tole Ex efla1Ige 1aliA < of courtesies art heing heingmale licingmae I
male tL10UglI tIle st state epaltment by I
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Count Zeppelins airship flying over German n city
direction ot Secretary Knox When Whenhe
he receives President DIaz at EI EIPaso ElPaso
Paso the president will be acoompa acoompanipd acoompanied
nipd b by four cabinet officersSecre officersSecretan
tan Knox Secretary DickInson DickInsonio Dickinsoniostmaste
io iostmaste tmaste General Hitchcock and andeUf andSecretary
Secretary eUf > tar Nagel A detacbment of ofnited ofntd
nited tates troops also will be bedrawn bedrawn
drawn up at attention to lend dig dlgContinued digContinued
Continued on Page 2
ARRAIGNED IN INKANSAS INKANSAS
KANSAS COURT COURTV
V Woman oman and Detective Who WhoTook WhoTook
Took Incubator Baby BabyHeld BabyHeld
Held Under Bonds BondsKal4as
0
0 0Ka
Ka Kal4as City Aug 3OloIrl James G GBarclay GBarclay
Barclay of Buffalo N Y and Jams N NGeJltQ NGeptry
GeJltQ the detective who ho a are charged chargedwith chargedwith
with the kldnaph1 or Marian Bleakle Bleaklethe Bleakleythe
the Incubator baby left for Topeka short shortly shortly
ly before noon today In Ute custody oC oCKanflls ofKansas
Kansas officers to stand trial trialMrs trialMrs
Mrs Barclay announced that her bond bondhad bondhad
had been perfected and she would return returnto
to Kansas CIt City immediately after pre pretenting preaenting
tenting It to the Kansas court TodaYll TodaYlla Todaysaction
a action on will not affect the habeas corpus corpulproceeding corpusproceeding
proceeding brought to prevent the return returnof
of Marian to Irs J J Bleakley the themother themother
mother Hearing on this case will be behad bebad
had here September 4 I before Judge 1or 1orterfleld iorterfield
terfleld It win be lengthy nd will In Include Inelude
elude the ntroductlon of much ten teninony i imony
mony bearing upon the birth of the child childMrs childMrs
Mrs Barclay declares that Mrs Irs Bleakley BleakleyIII
III not the natural mother and will pre presellt present
sent n much ch fIIUmony along this line linePreliminary linePreliminary
Preliminary Hearing Set SetTopeka SetTopeka
Topeka Aug 3OIrs Stella Barclay Barclaynd
nnd nd J N Gentry charged with kidnap
ing Iarlan Bleakle the Incubator baby babywer babywere
were analned before Judge Simon Sn Sntbectty n nthe
tbectty the city court at 2 oclock this afternoon afternoonThe
The fate for th their lr preliminary hearing hearingwas
was set for September r 8 Pending arrange arJBngeme arrangeinents
me inents ts for bpnds both prisoners are held heldat
at the county Jail There vas no demon demonstration demonstration
stration of hostility though the court courtroom courtroom
room was packed packdr packedEITRAISAUANT1C
r EW TRANSATLANTIC RECORD RECORDMauretania CORD CORDNauretania
Mauretania Clips Nearly Three Hours HoursFrom HoursProm
From Former Mark and British Britishers I I
ers Celebrate the Event EventQueen EvcntQueenstown
Queen Queenstown town Aug 3OThe steamer Iau Mauretania Iauretama
retama arrived here toda today from New NewYork NewYork
York over the short course and made tho thopa thopassage
pa passage age In four days fourteen hours and nndtwentyseven andtwentyseven
twentyseven minutes This bents the theprevious theprevious
previous record passage held by her by bytwo bytwo
two hours and fUtthrce minutes minutesTbe minutesThe
The auretanla arrived at 77 and andqUl andquickly
qUl quickly kly landed th the Irish contingent of her herpauengers herpassengers
passengers and malls She then continued continuedon
on to Fishguard where she dropped an anchor anchor
chor at 105 Her four tenders took off offthe offthe
the pas paseengrs engers and malls and Ii special specialetaff specialstaff
staff of customs officers was In waiting waitingto
to insure a speedy Inspection of the bag baggtlge baggage
gage Special trains were quickly on ontheir ontheir
their way to London where they are arescheduled arescheduled
scheduled to arrive at 635 p m mThe mThe
The journey from New York to Liver Liverpool Liverpool
pool will thus be completed In five days daysone daysone
one hour and thirtyfive minutes minutesNewport minutesNewport
Newport and FIShguard are lavishly be beflagged beflagged
flagged with the Stars and Stripes and andUnion andUnion
Union Jacks for the occasion The In Inhabitants Inhabitants
habitants turned out to cheer the Incoming Incomingliner
liner and a general holiday has been pro proclaimed proclaimed
claimed claimedNEW
NEW WAR IS DECLARED DECLAREDAGAINST DECLAREDAGAINST
AGAINST TOBACCO TRUST TRUSTInclnnatl TRUSTCincinnati
Cincinnati Aug 3OThe first gun of ofa
a new tobacco war In Kentucky was wasfired wastired
fired tOday when Clark and Scott Inde Indepen Independent
pen pendent nt tobacco manufacturers of Scran Scranton Scranton
ton Pa filed suit In the court In Coy Covington Coyington
ington Ky against the Burley Tobacco Tobaccosocl Tobaccosoclaty
socl soclaty ty Clarence Lobus the president presidentand
and ten otl1ermen other men as defendants They Theydemand Theydemand
demand S1355l 135 damages damagesThe
The suit Is flied under the Sherman Shermanantltruet Shermanantitrust
antitrust law and the Burley society Is Ischarg ischarged
charged d with being a monopoly in re restraint restraint
straint of trade tradeThe tradeThe
The attorneys for the plaintiffs declare declaretileY declarethey
they will also ask for Injunction against againstthe
the dlepooal of the assets ot the Burley BurleysoeIetv Burleysociety
society alleged to amountto 1500000 1500000CONSERVATION lOOOOOCONSERVATION
CONSERVATION OF TIMBER TIMBERWashlngton TIMBERWashington
Washington Aug 3Ocarelessness In Inthe Inthe
the prooueUon of timber and recklessness recklessnessIn
In Its use because It has been cheap and andabundant andabundant
abundant have brought upon the nation nationa
a menace which will take many years of ofeffort ofeffort
effort to overcome and to reach the nec necessary necessary
essary condition of equilibrium between betweentimber betweentimber
timber production and consumption says saysR saysIL
R S Kellogg assistant forester In 11 11forest aforest
forest publication issued today todayWe todayWe
We are cutting our forests three timQ timQall
all fast as they are growing said 1oIr 1oIrKellogg MrKellogg
Kellogg The yearly drain upon our for fortsts forests
tsts Is twenty billion cubic feet The an anntal
nual growth Is less than seven billion billioncubiC billioncubic
cubiC feet
bUMPERS IS ISCRITIGISED IsCRITICIS
CRITIGISED CRITIGISEDLabor ED EDLabor
Labor Leader Attacked at atParis atParis
Paris Conference for Sup Supposed Supposed
posed Attitude Toward In International International
ternational Unionism UnionismMAKES UnionismMAKES
MAKES EXPLANATION BUT BUTDELEGATES BUTDELEGATES
DELEGATES REFUSE IT ITExact
Exact Status of Gompers and andAmerican andAmerican
American Federation Is the theCause theCause
Cause of Clash at the Inter International International
national Labor Conference ConferenceDEFENDS Conference1DEFENDS
I
DEFENDS HIMSELF WELL WELLP i
ARTS Aug 30 Samuel Gom Gompers Gompers
PARlS P
pers president of the American AmericanFederation AmericanFederation
Federation of Labor was the dra dramatic ciramatic
matic center of the first days session sessionof
of the sixth International Trades TradesUnion TradesUnion
Union congress when several Euro Europ European
p pean an delegates bitterly denounced denouncedwhat
what they claimed to be the equivocal equivocalattitude equivocalattitude
attitude of the American Federation Federationof
of Labor with reference to joining the theinternational
international movement movementI
Mr Gompers in reply insisted that thatthe thatthe
the problems and policies of Amen Amencan
can trades unionism were so inter intermingled
mingled with American traditions traditionsand
and ideas that Americans could ill illspare illspare
spare the time to encounter the in influence in influence
fluence of European lenders where wherethe wherethe
the trades unionism tendencies were weretemperamentally weretemperamentally
temperamentally different differentXevertheless differentNevertheless
Nevertheless as an evidence that the theUnlt theUnited
Unlt United < < l States was anxious for Interna Internatlonal International
tlonal cooperation Mr Gompers Intro Introduced I
duced a proposal favoring worldwide worldwideorganization worldwideorganization
organization which would defend the therights therights
rights and interests ot aU and create createInternational createinternational
International fraternity and solidarity solidarityThe
The clash came over the question of ofthe ofthe
the exact status of Mr Gompers and the thefederation thefederation
federation In the conference Mr Corn Cornpets I Ipt
pt pets > rs statement was received coldly coldlySeveral coldlySeveral
Several delegates jumped to their feet feetto feetto
to protest Heuber an Austrian dele delegate delegate
gate vehemently characterIzed Mr MrGompers Ir IrGompers
Gompers explanation as mockery mockeryGompers mockeryGompers
Gompers Is Crltlcised CrltlcisedWe
We thank you for jouroplnlons he helei hed
lei d pointedly but we do not need needthem needthem
them Your policies may not permit you youto youto
to come to WI but one day American Americanworkmen Ainericanworkmen
workmen you will realize that your our pol polIcies p01ides
ides are erroneous and you will see the theueceulty thenecessity
necessity of joining the International InternationalConfederation InternationalConfederation
Confederation ConfederationMr
Mr Gompers stinging under the re rebuke rebuke
buke arose to reply I regret he ex exclalmedthat cxclaimed
clalmedthat claimed that you have misconstrued misconstruedmy
my remarks as an attack upon Euro European European
pean trades unionism I repeat we sin slncerelr sincerely
cerelr desire International f federation federationbut deratlonbut
but only so far as it preserves the Amer American Amerlean
lean conception of unionism If Europe Europedoes Europedoes
does not want us it will be unfortu unfortunate unfortunate
nate Nevertheless ii wc will continue to todo todo
do everything poe poosible lble to attain the goal goolfor goalfor
for which the human race Is struggling strugglinginternational strugglingInternational
international fraternity and unity unityHeubel UnityHeuber
Heubel retorted that it was Seven Sevenyears sevenyears
years since the Americans began talk talkIng talklug
lug about joining the International Con Contederation Confederation
federation and it was about time a de dechslon declalon
chslon was reached reachedControversy reachedControversy
Controversy Reviewed ReviewedI
M I Loin thE International secretary secretaryreviewed secretaryreviewed
reviewed the controversy with the state statement statement
ment that 111 Gompers was as only a aguest aguest
guest but he hoped that that official officialwas officialwas
was convinced that the moment had ar arrlved arrhed
rlved for the American Federation ot otLabor ofLabor
Labor to join forces with their Euro European Europenn
penn brethren brethrenThe brethrenThe
The regular business of the conference conferencewas
was then resumed and resolutions were wereadopted wereadopted
adopted In sympathy with the strikers strikersin
in Sweden and Barcelona and for an anappeal
appeal to the unionists of the world to tostrive
strive for the abolition of war warThe vaiThe
The newspapers devote much space to tothe tothe
the International congress s and the alg algnlficance significance
nlficance of the presence of Mr Gom Gompers Gompers
pers persThe persThe
The Journal des de Bats points out outthat outthat
that the American Federation of Labor Laborand Laborand
and the French General Federation of ofLabor ofLabor
Labor which did not join In the last lasttwo lasttwo
two conferences represent repres nt opposing opposingconceptions opposingconceptions
conceptions of trades unionism unionismIr
Mr Ir Gompers representing the Amer American Amerlean
lean sentiment the paper says Is ut utterly utterly
terly opposed to the building up of ofunionism ofunionism
unionism on a foundation of socialism socialismpolitics socialismpolitics
politics or open revolution Instead his hiswork hiswork
work lies In the direction of developing developingthe
the real Inter interests 8t8 of the workmen n and andsolving andsolving
solving the problem of labor and cap
Ital ItalVETERAN ItatVETERAN
VETERAN SHOWS BRAVERY BRAVERYProminent BRAVERYProminent
Prominent Grand Army Man Helps to toRescue toRescue
Rescue Others OthersSeattle OthersSeattle
Seattle Aug 39captaln S S Bur Burdette Burdette
dette formerly commanderInchief of the theG theG
G A R congressman from Mlssourl and andcommissioner nd ndcommlssfoner
commissioner of the general land office officewas officewas
was one of t the passengers on the lost loststeamer loststeamer
steamer Ohio snd nd was not taken oft by
the life boats but wa picked up b by a aboot aboat
boot while struggling In the water Cap
tain tam Burdette who lost all his personal personalefCectB personaleffects
effects arrived here today uninjured and andsays andsays
says that when the rescue work began beganhe
he helped to get the women children and pndoung andyoung
young men aboard thinking they were wereworth wereworth
worth more to the world than a man of ofWhen
76 When the vessel W was S engulted Cap
tain tam Burdette was on the deck For Fortunately Fortunately
tunately a wave swept him clear of the thewhirlpool thewhirlpool
whirlpool and as he Is a good swimmer swimmerhe
he kept afloat until picked up by a boat boatJAP oat oatu oatJAP
u
JAP COMMISSIONERS COMING COMINGSeattle COMINGSeattle
Seattle Aug 3OThe Great Northern Northernsteamer Northernsteamer
steamer Minnesota carrying Baron BaronShlbu BaronShibusawa
Shlbu Shibusawa awa and the other Japanese com commll6ioners cornmiseloners
mll6ioners to the United States and a aStOOOOOO
StOOOOOO cargo was reported by wireless wirelesstoday wirelesstoday
today 800 miles at 8a and will arrive arriveat
at Port TOW Townsend lend late tomorrow The TheI1nnellOt TheMinnesota
Minnesota had orders to make fast time timeand timeand
and would have broken her transPacific transPacificrecord transPacificrecord
record but for adverse gales It Is ex expected cxpected
pected the Japanese will arrive about 9 9oclock 9oclock
oclock Wednesday morning morningINJURED morningINJURED
I
INJURED IN CHICAGO WRECK WRECKChicago WRECKChicago I
Chicago Aug 3OA dozen or more per persone perSons
Sons were Injured here tOday when an anOgden anOgden
Ogden avenue street car jumped a tem temporary ternporary
porary track at West Twelfth street and andVashttnaw andWashtenaw
Vashttnaw avenue and overturned overturnedWhile overturnedWhile
While It Is said none will die the Injuries Injurieswere
were severe
HARRIMAN ISSUES 81 STATEMENT A YEMENT TO PRESS PRESSAND PRESSAND
AND DECLARES TN THATHE A T HE IS NOT IN DANGER
E H Harrimans new 2OOO000 home on the summit of Tower hill 1500 feet high at Arden New York
SALT T LAKE CADETS PREPARE PREPARETO
TO BEGIN THEIR TRIP HOME HOMEPresident HOMEPresident
President of Exposition Congratu Congratulates Con gratu gratulates
lates Them Upon Their Splendid SplendidAppearance SplendidAppearance
Appearance and Behavior BehaviorSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanS
BATTLE Aug 30The g god d of rain clo clouds d was kind to the high school sohoolcadets schoolcadets
S
cadets as they wrote fInis to the offICIal AYP pro program am m in the themusic themusic
music hall plaza this afternoon 2fternoonThe
The sky was almost as blue as the dome arches over them at home the thesunshine thesunshine
sunshine poured down upon them in a golden flood and all the surround surromdings surroundings
ings were very beautiful beautifulIn
In the full panoply of their dressiest uniforms the youngsters gave re retreat retreat
treat parade
Banked about the parade ground as astbickly asthickly
thickly as they could wedge themselves themselvetsIn
In It were not lees that 7500 persons In Inthe Inthe
the center W were re P President ldtnt Schal1letg DI DIractpr
r ractpr ewr GttfteCal G netal Nadeall and all the prln prlnclpal princlpah
clpal officials or the exposition Wash WashIngtons i iIngtons
Ingtons adjutant W V J Lamping wall waswtth i iWIth
WIth the official party To their left leftstood leftstood
stood United Stat States Senators Warren of ofVyomlD ofWyoming
Wyoming < < Piles of Washington Carter CaFterot
ot Montana and Chamberlain of Oregon OregonEvery OregonEvery
Every maneuver performed by the boys boyscreated boyscreated
created the utmost t enthusiasm and when whenthat whenthat
that band of youngsters played the Star StarSpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner every head was un uncovered uncovered
covered and tea teas o shone In the eyes of ofhundreds ofhundreds
hundreds of spectators It was one of the themOllt themost
most impressive sights o the exposition expositionPresident expositionPresident
President Scbalberg and party vlslt visited d the thecamp thecamp
camp after the parade and expressed exprelfB4dthemselves expressedthemselves
themselves In terms of highest appreda appredation
tion
Praises for Officers OfficersThe OfficersThey
The They are soMlers every Inch of them themsaJd themsaid
said General Lamping Your state stateIIhould stateshould
should be proud of them for I know of ofno ofno
no state In the union that can muster mustersuch mustersuch
such a magnificently drilled equipped equippedand
and altogether preeentable body of youth youthful
ful soldiers soldiersPresident soldiersPresident
President Schalberg speaking for th thexposition tht thtexposition
exposition officials declared that It had hadbeen hadbeen
been a great pleasure to have the cadets cadeteIn
In the grounds that they had formed the themOllt themost
most attractive exhibit any state had of offered offared
fared The boys have all behaved per perfecth perfeetly
fecth be said My guard commanders commanderstell
tell me they have dep deported rted themselves themselvesasgentlemen as asgentlem
gentlemen n throughout and we 111 always alwayshave lwayshae
have a warm welcome for them when they theycome theycome
come to Seattle SeattleCaptain SeattleCaptain
Captain Webb ebb and Dr G n Pfoutz Pfoutzupon Pfoutzupon
upon whom has devolved the great re responslbllitr responsibility
sponslbllitr of looking after the cadets cadetsare
are tired but happy tonight Thus far farthe farthe
the outing has been a 8M1tflctory one In Inever inevery
ever every respect reflecting credit not only onlyupon onlyupon
upon the boys but upon the dh andstate andstatethat andstatethat
that sent them to the fair and best of ofall ofall
all from the mothers standpoint there thereh therehas
h has s been no illness worthy of mention mentionThis mentionThis
This morning the battalion headed by bythe bythe
the band lined up In front of the Utah Utahbuilding Utahbuilding
building There after a concert a big biggroup biggroup
group picture was tak taken n for publication In Inone inone
one of the Seattle newspapers The ca cadets cadets
dets are at liberty tonight and will be at atliberty atliberty
liberty part of tomorrow Their special specialtrain specialtrain
train Is ICh scheduled uled to leave the expo exposition expositiongrounds ltlon ltlonKround
grounds at lOIO 30 oclock tomorrow night nightPortland nightPortland
Portland will be reached at Ii oclock and andthe andthe
the day will be spent there and the last
lap home started at midnight Wednesday Vedne day
Under the present schedule Salt Lake LakeRhould Lakeshould
should be reached a little after noon on
Friday FridayTHAW
0 0TIIAW
THAW IS APPOINTED APPOINTfDLIBRARIAN APPOINTEDUllRAIAN
LIBRARIAN AT HOSPITAL HOSPITALMatteawan
Matteawan N Y Aug 301n their theirsearch theirsearch
search for regular occupation for
Harr Harry K Thaw recently recommitted
to the state hospital for the criminal
Insance here the authorities of the In InstltuUon institution
stltuUon have appointed him to the thepost thepost
post ot librarian IIbJBrlanLORD librarianLORD
LORD ROSEBERY BOLTS BOLTSIN
IN BUDGET CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNLondon
London Aug 3OThe greatest sensa
tion of the resent budget campaign was
furnished today when Lord Rosebery ac accepted accepted
cepted an inVitation from the business businessmen
men of Glasgow 10 speak at an anti
budget meeting In GlasgOw Sept 10
Lord Roeeberys attitude on this sub
ject has up to the present time been
doubtful It he comes out strongly against againstthese againstthese
these financial propoeltlons he will sever
himself completely from his party and be
In a position of greater Isolation than
before beforeLord beforeLord
Lord Rosebery has a large following of ofIndependent ofindependent
Independent voters and his antagonism antagonismprobably antagonismprobably
probably will be a hard blow to the thebUdget thebudget
bUdget which recently has seemed to be begaining begaining
gaining In popularity with the masses mllsesWELLMAN massesWELLMAN
WELLMAN IN FULL RETREAT RETREATTromsoe RETREATTromsoe
Tromsoe Norway Aug toWalter 30WalterWellman toWalterWellman
Wellman who recently made an unsuc unsuccessful unsuccessfuh
cessful attempt to reach the north pole poleI
in a dirigible balloon arrived here to today
day from Spitzbergen He has left three threemen
men to guard the airship at the Spitzber Spitzbergen
gen camV campthrough through the winter winterAMERICAN winterAMERICAN
AMERICAN SQUADRON IN CHINA CHINAPeldn CHINAPekin
Peldn Aug roThe American squad squadron
ron under the command of Admiral G GR GB
R Harber has left Citing Wantao for forPort forPort
Port Daln Dalny
BIG IG FIRE LOSS LOSSMfN LOSSMEN
MEN ARE BURNED BURNfDGasoline
Gasoline Explosion Causes CausesHeavy CausesHeavy
Heavy DamagesPer DamagesPerhaps
I
haps Lives LivesSpokane LivesSpokane
Spokane Wash Aug 30A A special specialfrom peclalfrom
from Connell lash to the Spokesman SpokeamanReview SpokesmanReview
Review says Fire orl originating nating In the theFranklin theFranklin
Franklin hotel at 811I 6 oclock tonight tomrhtdeetroyed tonightdestroyed
destroyed the Franklin hotel building the there theresidence
re residence tdence of Mrs G K Mcllath a bak bakelT bakery
elT the Franklin county registers office officethe
the Brexson hotel and damaged Rvera Rveraother several severalother I
other buildings slightly
The fire originated from an explOlllon explOlllonof
of gasoline while nllln uiliing a tank In the
lighting plant of the Franklin hotel It Itspread Itspread
spread rapidly to other buildings There Therewas Therewas
was no wind otherwise the loa must mustbae musthave
have been much heavier heavierGeorge heavierGeorge
George Jennings was burned aboul the thehead thehead
head and arms He was filling the tank tankwhen tankwhen
when the eXploslon took place George GeorgeReynolds GeorgeReyiiokls
Reynolds was seriously burned all over overthe ovecthe
the body Ills condition Is critical Sev Several 3everal
eral other persons were slightly burned
Loss SiOtIO SiOtIOGOVERNMENT 5000 5000GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT APPEALS APPEALSWasQlngton APPEALSWasbington
WasQlngton Aug The ca case e of the theUnUEd theUnited
United States versus William B Ham Hammers Hammers
mers Involving the question whether a adesert adesert
desert land claim may be assigned before beforethe beforethe
the work of r reclamation III completed compltedwall
wall docketed today In too supreme court courtof courtof
of the United States The case was de decided docided
cided In Hammers favor by the United UnitedState UnitedStates
State district court but the government 80vernmentappealed governmentappealed
appealed appealedBURLINGTONS
5 5BURLINGTONS
BURLINGTONS NEW AIR LINE LINENaBhvllle LINENaahlIie
NaBhvllle Aug 30According Accordlng to re report report
port the Burlington system III shortly to toeetaJlIsh toestablish
establish an air line through Nashville NashvU1econnecting Nashvilleconnecting
connecting the grain grsinflelda fields of the north northwetst northwest
west with the Atlantic coast by acqulr acquiring
IDg too Ttnnes Tennessee ee Central This road roadwill roadwill
will bf the connecting link between the theBurlington theBurlington
Burlington at Paducah Jy and the Sea Seab SeabOard
b bOard ard AirLine Air Line at RutherCordton N C CCHILDRENS CS
S S SCHILDRENS
CHILDRENS SWING FOR A NOOSE NOOSESeattle NOOSESeattle
Seattle Aug aDHoward Stone a alaborer alaborer
laborer aged 49 a member of a Knights Knlgbtsof
of Pytbias lodge of Hiawatha Ken and anda
8 son of Irs Annie Stone of Clifton 0 0committed 0committed
committed suicide last night In a subur suburban suburban
ban school house by hanging himself with withthe withthe
the rope of the school childrens swing swingHe
H He had been drinking
Will TEll PUBliC PUBliCIf
If ii CHANGE COMES COMfSJizard
Wizard Is Merely Taking ih ihRest the theRest
Rest That Doctors Insist InsistUpon InsistUpon
Upon UponArlen
Arden N Y Aug aDEdward H Har Harriman Harrhnan
riman came out today with a ststerr > nt ntthat n t tthat
that be was aU right Though brief ti1o1 ti1o1lltatement t i istatement
statement III straightforward and explicit explicitwltb explicitwith
with perhaps a touch of patient rest resn resnmeat > nl nlmeat
meat at the surveillance to which he La Labeeo Iabeen
been subject and a request that rporttr rporttrwithdraw reportrwithdraw
withdraw not 110 much for bill sike ke hut hutfor hutfor
for hill friends who have been Intrcepte Intrcepttdaily < 1 1dally
dally coming to and from his ri resldn resldnby sldn sldnby
by aalous interviewers eager for t tJ tJlatat hlatest
latest bit of information informationTbe
The newspaper reporters drew up u p a aletter j jletter
letter and sent It to the Arden houa houaby housSby
by special delivery It read u follow5 follow5Owing fhlows0wtng
Owing to the national stories t r es frn frnIrre fr rn rnirresponsible
Irre irresponsible na1b1e soures we uk t ttat lat y yi yiissue 11 11Issue
Issue an authoritative statement In n r rard rgard
gard ard to your pbylllcal condition D Nothitl Nothitlbut Not h ii iibut
but that can refute these alam alarming ng r rports 1 1ports
ports portsOne portsOne
One ator story a says ya that an operation Wd Wdperformed w wperformed
performed oa you 0It Friday aacI that thatday t tday
day IB the first day you haw ben btenside t tside
side since Friday FridayHarriman JrIdayHarriman
Harriman Acts Quickly QuicklyMr
Mr Harriman evidently decided to it itgoon t tIIOOn
goon after the receipt of the letpr he i er 1 1at 1 1at
at t oclock this afternoon Superintend SuperintendFord
Ford of the estate brought his or 1Inloy oloy oloyanswer
answer down frorrrthe from the house JiI Mt MtHarriman ft ftHarrIman
HarrIman the railroad man lugL d ugl uglwrote I
wrote It at his dictation but ans a rss rsstop I I Itop
top of the tint page Mr HarrIman h hwritten h1 h1written
written this message with bill 01 Ililll IlilllGentlemenTbaDka iiaiiGentlemenThanks
GentlemenTbaDka for your I otter o1t o1ttoday f ftoday
today The statement below Wfl ni niby
by me over the telephone today I Ld Id Pil PilIlBbed r rfished
fished You see It coven the whlle wit de sUI sUIject i iject
ject jectBelieve Believe me yours sincerely sincerelyE
E H HARRIMAN HAlUUlIAXr
Xr Harriman admitted that there tberta wi t ta
a consultation between specialists at atboUlM athouse
house but they denied that there WI WIanytblng wa waanything
anything serious the matter with hi bin binWith fT fTWltb
With the reassuring newt of today t tNew i iNew
New York stock market settled lt itself elf and andadvances andadvance
advances were general generalMr generalMr
Mr Harrimans Statement StatementNew
New York Au Aug 30Mr Mr Harriman Harrlmnnbdictated i idictated
dictated the following statement for tie tiepreu thpress
press preuI
I am pursuing the course laId out outtore 1 1tore
tore 1 went abroad and adv18efl by tHphyalcllUlll tH thiphysicians
phyalcllUlll I intended taking a rt rest t < 3 3IIOOD ssoon
soon as my responsibilities wuld permiT permiTMy pcrmtMy
My treatment abroad reduced m mv jtrf trrtt trrttand > nt ntand
and vitality and weakened my digest digestThe thgestin thgestinThe >
The most expert physicians in Mum Mumadvised t tadvised
advised me to have an examinatim as asmatter > L Lmatter
matter of pre precaution < autlon This has 1een pen rlrr rlrrvery drnvery
very carefully by Dr Brewer and < ril rilIn ru ruhi
In conjunction with Dr Walter Valtp Junes ant HIilDr antDr
Dr Lyle but with the result that th thfound thfound
found nothing serious and rntw the ad advice d dvim
vice previously obtained that I BhJl1l BhJl1lhave shniflrhave
have rest and n not < Jt see my pcIIpl at aw awone ar arone
one time and this I am trying to do doThis diThis
This covers the whole case and lalt lalton <
on If the rf representatives > of tl1 the prc prcdesire rrdesire >
desire and there is any pUrrO to hH hHaccomplilhed h haccomplished
accomplished I will ill see them tp h rp h hnow l t tnow
now I ask that the sUfVpillanc o ot th thoperations thoperations
operations of my borne be withra wn nt nt1M
1M much on account of m my famil family or m mself mv mvself
self but that the coming and going f fany fany
any friends may not be interfered with withI ith ithI
I appreciate the Interest in my felcotte welcomOby felcotteby
by the press and friends in all sectjrm sectjrmand ectrnsand
and perhaps hy i some other If tl1r tl1rwas therowas
was or should be anything Hl1ous rious I Iwill Iwill
will let the press know and a I ha hanever have havenever
never deceived them I ask tl1t the press prESnow pressnow
now withdraw Its repre8entatiH and rely reIyupon relyupon
upon me
1 1CHOLERA f fCHOLERA
CHOLERA IN ROTTERDAM ROTTERDAMRotterdam ROTTERDAMRotterdam
Rotterdam Aug 3GThere There have hen henthree hecathree
three deaths from cholera In Rotterlam Rotterlamduring Rotterdanduring
during the last twentyfour hours Tw Twor Twof
or the dead are women
RAISE IN PRICE OF BUTTER BUTTERAND BUTTERAND
AND EGGS EGGSORDERED ORDERED AGAIN AGAINWholesalers AGAINWholesalers
Wholesalers Make ThreeCent In Increase Increase
crease and Retailers Add Two TwoCents TwoCen
Cents Cen ts More Mo re to Price PriceRETAIL Price5R
ETAIL dealers in butter and eggs aBno1l11ced to their customers customersyesterday customersyesterday
RETAIL R
yesterday that the price would be rAised from now Oil o to 40 cents centaper centsper
per pound for butter and 40 cents per dozen for eggs eggsThe eggsThe
The raise in price from an already high price m6l11t much to thou thousands thousands
sands of housekeepers in the city who had hoped that there would be no noincr n nincrease
incr increase aseover over the nrevailinl hilh nrices
v F Jensen manager of the Jen Jensen JensenCreamery en enCreamery
Creamery company said last night that tbatthe thatthe
the increase In price was due to the law lawof lawof
of supply and demand Butter andegg andeggaccording and eggs eggsaccording
according to his statements are not b bIng bIng
Ing produced In sufficient quantity and alJdcoupled andcoupled
coupled with this fact the price In t tm tmeast h heat
eat has Increased during the pa pat t fw fwdns fwdays
days dnsJ daysJensen
J Jensen nSEn says that there Is no desire to tohold tohold
hold the people up although the price pricehere pricehere
here where the cost of pr prxiw u lni the
eggs and the butter has not increaspd increaspdIII icreaslis
III being raised Although the cost of fh C 1
for both chickens and cows ws is dereasing easi easith
thp th Ofit t of f their Iroduets ta is i incnaslnR II aajni
Th ii wholesalr vh is r is of f coursE r n > onsib onsibfor onsof
for f t h raise t i hi I price pri Bt ti t etailr etailrha talrI
ha I > kn iJyanta e of I thoc ti I of the theI lit liti
I whoir i r n it1g ii an u t II two LV LVcenis
cents It ii wh c > ilr un s only onlythrent a athreecent
threecent raise In price while the r rta rtalk
ta talk IH r is charging five cents over the vic1 vic1pnces 4 4prices
prices
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