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DR COOK WITHST WITHSTANDS AN OS RIGID QUESTIONING QUESTIONINGSTILL
STILL DECLARES HE REACHED NORTH POLE POLEI
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1 HE IS 51VEN 51VENAN 6IVENA 6IVENAN
AN OVATION OVATIONAmerican
American A Explorer Reaches ReachesCopenhagen ReachesCopenhagen
Copenhagen and the Danish DlLnishKing DanishKing
King Officially Accepts Him Himas
as Man an Who Reached Pole PoleLEADING PoleLEADING
LEADING MEN DENMARK OFDENMARKTENDER OF DENMARKTENDER
TENDER HIM BANQUET BANQUETNewspaper
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Newsp Newspaper per Correspondents CorrespondentsQuiz
Quiz Dr Cook for Long Pe Period Periodi
riod but He Gives Satisfac Satisfactory Satisfactory
tory Answers to Questions QuestionsOUTFITTED QuestionsrOUTFITTED
OUTFITTED BY THE KING KINGCOPENHAGEN KINGOPENHAGEN
COPENHAGEN OPENHAGEN Sept 4Dr 4DrFrederick d Dr DrFrederick
Frederick A Cook stepped from fromthe fromthe
the steamer Hans Egede iJi Copenha Copenhagen
gen harbor on the arm of the Crown CrownPrince CrownPrince
Prince of Denmark at 10 oclock this thismorning thismorning
morning unshorn and lookin looking like a asailor asailor
sailor before the mast mastHe mastHe
He sat down to dinner at 8 oolook oolooktonight oclocktonight
tonight in the city hall the guest of ofa ofa
a brilliant company of the capitalsmost capitals capitalsmost
most distinguished men and women womenarrayed womenarrayed
arrayed in evenm evening dress provided by bythe bythe
the kings tailor tailorThe tailorThe
The hours between thee events eventswere eventswere
were the busiest of his lifePolar life lifePolar
Polar exploration never afforded any anything aa aathing
thing half so crowded with variety and andexcitement andexcitement
excitement They were hours of speechmaking speech speechmakigg
making hand shaking bowing to clam clamoring clamoring
oring crowds and then after addressing addreulngthe
the people who a almoe ao8ttore tore him to toJiieces topieces
pieces In their esserneeas emea to see the thediscoverer thediscoverer
discoverer of the pole Dr Cook was wasthe wasr
r the recipient of formal welcomes at atthe atthe
the hotel where he is the governments governmentsguest
guest guestThere guestThere
There be passed through the hands handsof
of tailor outfttters and barbers Later Laterhe
he lunch l with Dr Maurice F Egan Eganthe Bpnthe
the AJOerIean II JI minister J11 v being pUed ID IDcesl8ittly incessantly i
cesl8ittly for an D hour with qQe questions questionsHe tooa tooaHe
He went through hnndnds gE tele telegrams telegrams
grams including congratuJUl u from fromgeograpltteal fromgeographical
geographical aocIetes soelet + es of several neraltions W Wlions
lions explorers and friends offers of ofexplottatioll ofexploitation
exploitation ranging from book to mu mu5h music
5h hall engagement and then hurried hurriedto
to t thtt palace and gave the king and andother andother
other n Jqep1bers of the roYal tPU7 a aong atong
+ tong ong account of his adventures adenturetlTalks adventuresTalks
Talks to NewspapersReturning Newspapers NewspapersReturning
Returning to his hotel tel he received a abattalion abattalion
battalion of correspondents who sub subjfcted subJtcted
jfcted him for aD another hour to a amerciless amerciless
merciless cl08 crossexamination examlDUon demanding demand demandIng
Ing explanation of aU criticisms that thathave thathave
have been levied against his claims claimsThese claimsThese
These questions Dr Cook answeredfrankly answered answeredfrankly
i frankly and tully tullyWhatever
Whatever may be thought of Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook elsewhere be has impressed all allwho allwho
who talked with him here as a modest modeststralptfo modeststraightforw4td
straightforw4td stralptfo an and able man Danlllb Danlllbexplorentana Danishexplorersand
explorentana Denmark la tb this home homeor
or Arctic pioneelllwere the first to toendoIWI toendorse
endorse Cooks claims to the discoveryof discovery
of the pole and his methods of petti pettito getting gettingto I
to the goal Their opinions were based baeedprimarily basedT
T primarily on personal knowledge of Dr DrCooks i
Cooks character and former achieve achievementa achievements
menta mentaOnly mentsL
L Only after eon consulting ultingthem them conftden conftdenUaHy confldentially
UaHy and receiving Ivtng the fullest pro pronouncement pronouncement
nouncement of their belief In the gen genuinenNB genuineness
uinenNB of his feat did the Danish DanishgoVeIDJQeDt Danishgoverns
governs goVeIDJQeDt ent give It Its ofticlal seal by to todays todays
days reception to Dr Cooks good goodfaith i ifaith
faith
Guest at Banquet BanquetThe
The banquet t this evening was held heldIn heldin
In the magnlftc1ent municipal building buildingFour
11 Four hundred persons many of them themr themwomen
women attended while thousands con congregated congregated
r
gregated in the streets In a drenching drenchingrain
rain storm to catch si sight ht of the ex explorer explorer
plorer when he entered enteredThere enteredThere
There was a preliminary reception In Inthe inthe
the lofty and spacious eatraDce hall hallThe hallThe
The company marched upstairs to the theair theair
air of the StarSpangled saner Af After Alter
ter all had been seated the minister of ofcommerce ofcommerce
commerce John Ban Hansen en escorted Dr DrCook Drnok
Cook nok to the chair of honor amid a ademonstration ademonstration
demonstration which caused him to toolor tocolor
color deeply deeplyMinister deeplyMinister
Minister Egan sat t at Dr Cooks Cooksright Cooksright
right with the mayor of Copenhagen Copenhagenand
and Miss MIII Egan beyond Mrs Mr Garnet Gameta
h a wealthy Copenhagen woman who whohas whohas
has contrIbuted extensively to Arctic AretlcexploratltJr Arcticexploratturr
exploratltJr and has been closely Iden IdentUled Identified
tUled with it was at the chairman chairmanleft chairmanileft
left The menu was an example of en enterprise
1 terprise with a lithograph of the crown crownpTlnce crownprince
prince greeting Dr Cook and a map of ofthe ofthe
the Arctic circle giving Dr Cooks Cooksroute Cooksr
r route and a fa fac similE > of his auto autoContinued autoContinued
Continued on Page 3
JOHN R BRADLEY BRADLEYWho
Who furnished the money to semI Dr Cook to the North Pole and who ac accompanied accompanied
companied him a part of the way wayPRESIDENT wayPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT RECOGNIZES THE THEAMERICAN THEAMERICANEXPLORERS
AMERICAN AMERICANEXPLORERS EXPLORERS FEAT FEATMr I
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Mr Taft Cables Dr Cook H His HisOfficial s sOfficial
Official Congratulations Over OverHis Overi
His i s Reaching Pole PoleB a
EPERLY XS6l Mass Sept 4P 4President esident T Taft t today made his firstoffiQial firstoffiQialcomment first offigial offigialcomment
BEVERLY B comment upon the re reportedd orted discovery of the North Pole byDr by Dr Fred Frederick Prederick
erick A Cook
In atUwnc a cablegram sent to tohim tohim
him by Dr r Cook reperUng hat he had hadreached hadreached
reached the he cov coveted ted potnt1 point v qjt t ca cabled cabled
bled h his l warmest congratUTationb congrat TaUoni de deelartn declaring
elartn that the pride e qf of all Americans Americanshad
had been stirred by the news and the thereport thereport
report that the baffling feat ha had been beenaccomplished beenaccomplished
accomplished by an American citizen citizenThe citizenThe
The exchange of cablegrams gas a8 as asfollow asfollows
follow followCopenhacen followsCopenhagen
Copenhagen Sept 41908 4 1908The The Prceident Pres PresIdent
Ident White House Wa Washington hlngton J Jhave 1 1have
have the honor to report to the chief chiefmagt chiefmagistrate
magt magistrate trate of the United States that I Ihave Ihave
have returned b8vtnc reached the north northpole northpole
pole poleSigned poleSigned
Signed FREDERICK A COOK COOKBeverly COOKBeverly
Beverly Mass Sept 4 11OtFred 11OtFrederlck 1901Frederick
erick A Cook Copenhagen Denmark DenmarkYour DenmarkYour
Your dispatch received Your report reportthat reportthat
that you have reached the north pole polecans palecalls
cans for my heartiest congratulations congratuJatlonland
and stirs the pride of all Americans Americansthat
that this feat which has so long baffled baffledthe baffledthe
the world has been accom accomplished Ushed by the theInteJUcent theintelligent
intelligent energy and wonderful endur endurance endurance
ance of a fellow countr countryman countrymanSigned man manSigned
Signed WILLIAM I H TAFT TAFTPresident TAFTPresident
President Taft ha has taken the keenest keenestInterest keenestInterest
Interest in th the news regarding the Us discovery Uscover
cover covery ever since the brief bulletin was wasreceived wasreceived
received on Wednesday Vedne da afternoon AI AIway8 Always
ways a great newspaper reAder he has hastaken hastaken
taken a deep Interest In the controversy controversywhich controversywhich
which Dr Cooks feat has aroused arousedamonc arousedamong
among the Arctic experts expertsMInister expertsMinister
MInister Egans ca cablegram ram of last lastThursday lastThursday
Thursday to the state department an announclnc announcing
nounclnc that Dr Cooks accomplish accomplishment
ment had been confirmed b t the Dan Danish Danish
ish cdmmlssloner for Greenlahd was wasrepeated wasrepeated
repeated to the president but he with withheld withheld
held any comment until receiving today todaythe todaythe
the personal cablegram which Dr Cook Cookevidently Cookevidently
evidently filed 88 soon as he reached the theDanish theDanish
Danish capital capitalGIANT capitalGIANT
I
GIANT WIFEMURDERER WIFEMURDERERREFUSES WIFEMURDERERREFUSES
REFUSES TO TAKE FOOD FOODSpokane FOODSpokane
Spokane Wash Sept 4Handcuffed 4Handcuffedand
and shackled John GUnderman the theAiant theant
Aiant ant wife murderer lies starving In inle
III le cell In the county jail Since his hiscapture hiscapture
capture after the murder Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning
morning be has refused all foods At Attim Attimes
tim times he rave In unintelligible words wordsor
or shouts at Intervalll but refuses to totalk totalk
talk to anyone any one Officers believe the thehu thehuge
hu huge < < e maniac IB Bulking and that he hewill hewill
will soon accept food Should he be become become
come more docile his shackles will be beremoved beremoved
removed but as he Is a trained trainedwrestler trainedwrestler
wrestler and a man of ugly temper temperthe
the sheriff Is taking no chances
AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT DIES DIESFOLLOWING
FOLLOWING AN OPERATION OPERATIONClyde
Clyde Fitch Succumbs to Attack of ofen f flppendic
t i lppendic en icItis t s Following tIle tIleUse thet
Use se of o the t e Knife KnifeC KnifeAZOIISSURMARNE
AL01iSSURVRKE Sept 4CIyde Pitch Am American rican playwright playwrightdied t tdied
C died at 9 930 30 tonight The doctors and his friend Eugene Gauthier GauthierW
W were re present at the bedside bedsideDeath bedsideDeath
Death was due to appendicitis following an operation
Yr 1Itteh was stricken with an acute acuteattack 8 < 1t 1tattcl
attack SVLiie w i1f trvt tratieling > ling f m lerninnv lerninnvand f t > rmdn rmdnand i
and k 5 q r iral Lr p lip lipwent IITI IITIwen1
went iti t tier tl LnrI > f 1 1Aigt jJ jJAlql
Alql r r rJ
J vat after the operation and yesterday yesterrlaystwed yesterdaysLnved
A stwed some signs < of lmpnemerL He Her
r
suffered a rJa relapse M last t nlht however howevera
arrd a n although he wa fully conscious consciousduring
during the Early rl hoses today t the e hp hpwVem h
1 wVem fmp r In ids conditIon was not notlinliJiJ noti
i linliJiJ 1 tf ftpT er marked delirium he heL
L + Ii i7 IITISini VnS i sresS 41 abo7t abo7tt > I t 3
c c the t + e afternoon at which whichtime
time the attending physicians gave no nohpe nohope
hope of 1 Jis recovery
JAPAt JAPANESE tSt WANT WANTS1RONGR VYANTSTRONGER
STRONGER NAVY NAVYAgitation NAVYAgitation
Agitation Is Said to Have Been BeenStarted BeenStarted
Started for forBuilding Building of Fif Fifteen Fifteen
teen Dreadnaughts DreadnaughtsVictoria
Victoria B c Sept 4ACQOrdlng to toad toadvices
ad advices brought by the steamer r Cyclops Cyclowhich Cyclopswhich
which reached port toda today from Y Yoko Yokohama > k kharna < >
harna there i2 an agitation in Jap Japan n for a alarle alarge
large Increase of the nav navy 111 Yamnka Yamnkaooinellor Yatnnkacounsellor
ooinellor for the na navy department depal tment said saidthat saidthat
that Japan must build and fttickly fif fifteen fifteen
teen Dreadnaughts He said saiduAt saidAt
uAt At present the naval power 01 a mln country mlntry
try Is calculated on the basis of battle battleships battleships
ships of the Dreadnaught type Is po posses possessee es essea
sea and If Japan were to Imitate imUste the pol polIcy polIcy
Icy of the British navy half her pr present presentwarships 8ent 8entwarships
warships would be wlthdra1I1 from com commission commission
missionWhile mission missionhlle
While hlle other nations are buildIng buildIngDreadnaughtb buildingDreadnaughts
Dreadnaughtb Japan has only one hip shipof hipof
of that type the S Sgtsuma tsuml a v vexed l interior In Interior
terior to the Dreadnaugnt type and two twonew twonew
new battleships under construction The Thethlr Therivalry
rivalry thlr and pro progress rM of the Orient will willcompel willcompel
compel Japan to have at beast flfte fifteen fifteenships n nships
ships of the Dreadnllught tJ type typeThe
The Toklo Yamoto reports that the war wardt8rtments wardepartments
departments estimate fO for next year wih wihprovide wihprovide
provide for the expenditure of forty mil million muHon
lion dollars a ctecr decrease a8e of more than two twoand twoand
and a halt million from this year An AnIncreaSed Anincreased
IncreaSed approprlaUo i Is provided for forToklo forToklo
Toklo bay and for the study of balloons balloonsand
and aeroplanes aeroplanesFORrdfR aeroplanesFORMER
I
FORMER ClUBMAN IS ISRLfASED ISRftASDFROM
RLfASED RftASDFROM fROM JAIL JAILLos
Los Angeles Sept 4Llonel R Hare Hareformerly Hareformerly
formerly a wealthy club man of New NewYork NewYork
York and San Francisco vas releas releasfrom released releasedfrom
from the count county jail today utter he had hadsurrendered hadsurrendered
surrendered to his is creditors securities securitiesworth securitiesworth
worth 2O OO to apply on lL judgment of off1iOOO
f1iOOO obtldned obtained scme s < me days 210 by v F E
Powers and other residents ot New York YorkBttfore YorkBefore
Before his release Hare took the pauper paupercath paupercat
cath cathMEMBER cat catMEMBER
MEMBER OF NOBILITY NOBILITYIS
IS BURIED AT SEA SEASan
San Diego Cat Sept 4In compliance compIlnncewith
with his deathbed request a member of ofthe ofthe
the French nObility who shrouded his hisreal hisreal
real Identity under the name ot John JohnStrube JohnStrube
Strube was buried at sea just off Point PointLoma PointLoma
Loma today Strube who died here hereThursday hereThursday
Thursday was born In the province of ofAlaace ofAlsace
Alsace Dec 4 18111 His mother was a acountess acountess
countess Who his father was Strube Strubewould Strubewould
would never tell tealIn tellIn
In l85Z a political IntrIgue drove Strube StrubeInto Strubeinto
Into exile In this country He engaged engagedIn
In the civil war as a soldIer In the north northern northern
ern Army and later came to San Diego DiegoThe DiegoThe
The funeral services at sea were under underthe underthe
the auspices of Datus E Coon post postG
G A R the heavily weIghted body being beinglowered beanlowered
lowered over the side ot a launch and andconalsned andconsigned
consigned tp the ocean oceanTEXAS
0 0TEXAS
TEXAS MAN IS DEAD DEADAT DEADAT
AT THE AGE OF 121 121Waco 121Waco
Waco Tex Sept 4Isaac Brock who whoelahned whoclaimed
claimed to have seen twentysix presl presl4iePts presiients
4iePts elected is dead here at an a age e saId saIdto saidto
to be In years According to Brocks BrocksfamilY Brocksfamily
familY Bible and other documents he hewas hewas
was born In Duncombe county North NorthCarollan NorthCarollea
Carollan March 1 1l18 1l18I 1788CAPTAIN
I I ICAPTAIN
CAPTAIN LEMLEY DEAD DEADWashington I IWasblngton
Washington S Sept L Captain Samuel SamuelC
C Lemly formerly judge advocate gen general general
eral of the navy who became ptornlllcnt ptornlllcntIn
In connection with the famous Schl Schley Schleycourt y yCourt
Court ot Inquiry died at St ElizabeUl Ellzabeth9hospital
hospItal in thIs City last night I
DATE fOR Blfill BlfillMEETlN6 B16 B16MEETING
MEETING TO TONAME TONEXT
NAME NEXT NEXTMAYOR NEXTMAYOR
MAYOR MAYORRepublican
Republican City Convention ConventionWill i
Will Be Held at Salt Lake LakeTheatre i iThe
The Theatre tre Where Winning WinningTicket lil nning nningTicket
Ticket Will Be Nominated NominatedOVER I I II IOVER
OVER ER SIX HUNDRED HUNDREDDELEGATES i
DELEGATES TO O ATTEND ATTENDCommittees i i ii iCorpmittees
Committees Are Nam3d to toMake I
Make Arrangements for aGreat a aGreat
Great Meeting and Candi Candid
d dates tes Will Soon Begin Work WorkBIG I IBIG i I
BIG VICTORY IS CERTAIN CERTAINHE I ITHE
THE HE Republican city convention conventionfor I Ifor
for the nomination of a com complete cornPlete
plete Republican city ticket will beheld be beheld
held at the Salt Lake theatre Weine3 Weine3day Weanesday
day Septemler 29 29Primaries 9Primaries
Primaries will be held in the vari various various
ous districts Monday September 27 27and 27and
and on the following day the precinct precinctconventions precinctconventions
conventions will be held heldArrangements heldArrangements
Arrangements for the primaries nd ndprecinct j jprecinct
precinct conventions will be made by bythe bythe
the respective committees committeesT committeesThese
T These ese details of the campaign were weredecided weredecided
decided at a meeting of the committee committeeof
of the city committeemen held yester yesterday
day afternoon fo following owing tIle unani unanimous unanimous
mous decision of the Republican city citycommittee citycommittee
committee to hold primaries during duringI
the later part of this month monthIn
In the apportionment of delegates on onbaal ona
a baal of one for every 10 votes or major majorfraction majorfraction
fraction of 80 vote east for the Repub Republican Republican
lican candidate for congress at the last lastelection lastelection
election It was found that the conven convention convention
tion would consist of 614 delegates Instead Insteadof
of GOt as was estimated without consid coneidering considering
ering the fractions In the various die dlatricta dietheta
theta trictaAt thetaAt
At the meeting of the cI city y committee comQ11tteeyesterday committeeyesterday
yesterday the following committees were wereapp wereappointed
app appointed blte4 COlWI Committee ltee on ClDaAcean4 finance and ar arrqi arA
rqi A tJ JatneeCObtsdit Jmee DeviDe tesPos tesPosdecorations 1 > t oTI oTIUd
Ud totimftttee 0II1IIwiI ancJ ancJdecoraUon
decorations for the convention T JGreenwald J JGreenewald
Greenewald Harry Anderson a and cI A L LHamlin LHamuin
Hamlin committee to procure headquar headquarters
ters Jo Joseph eph Sharp J J GreenwaldWilliam GreeneWald GreeneWaldWilliam
William Edward 1 U EJdnMIse jr and alufScott andScott
Scott Anderson CIty Chairman Ja JaDevine James JamesDevine
Devine and Sec Secretary trY ParleyJen Parley Jensen ott were wereauthoriaed wereauthorised
authoriaed to issue the regular call for forthe forthe
the convention and to elect > > temporaryofficers temporary temporaryofftcers
officers for the convention Sept 31 31Enthusiasm I IEnt1iuslasm
Enthusiasm Shown ShownThe
The action of the city committee Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight
night In decIding on a convention for fornomlnt1n fornominating
nominating a full city ticket stirred Uli Ulienthusiasm ujrenthusiasm
enthusiasm In the Republican ranks to a adecided adecided
decided degree and IncindentaUy it start started started
ed a lot of more or less serious specula speculation speculation
tion as to who might come before the theconvention theconvention
convention for nomination to the pdnci pdncipal principal
pal places on the ticket ticketSo ticketSo
So far there are none who have for formally tormally
mally announced themselves as candl candldate eandidates
date for any positions but the talk of ofthe ofthe
the party workers has Included the names namesof
of many prominent Republicans any of ofwhom ofwhom
whom would grace the winning ticket ticketThere ticketThere
There is no question of an abundance abundallceof
of excellent material and when the con convention convention
vention meets It will have the names ot otmany ofmany
many stalwart Repullltcans of true worth worthto
to consider In making up the ticket ticketWithin ticketWithin
Within the next few days It Is expected expectedthat
that many candidates for the various variousnomlnaUOIS variousnominations
nominations win begin their York and of official official
ficial announcements will be forthcom forthcoming
ing Among t the e rank and file of the theparty theparty
party there is 11 sentiment of confidence confidenceexpreaed confidenceexpressed
expressed on all sides coupled with the thefirm thefirm
firm belle that with a strong ticket in inthe inthe
the field the Republicans will 8 sweep the thecity thecity
city with a much larger majority than thanwa thanwas
wa BeeR at the last election In which wblchnearly whichnearly
nearly every man on tM Rppublioaa ubUoan city cityContinued cityContinued
Continued on Page 2 2SUPPLY 2suri3i
SUPPLY SHIP si IS DISABLED DISABLEDUnited
United States Boat licked Up by aSteamer a aSteamer
Steamer in in the China Sea and andTowed andTowed
Towed to Port lortVictoria PortVictoria
Victoria B C Sept 4Thl3 United Unlt6dState UnitedStates
State supply ship Rainbow of the China ChlnlIIQuadron Chinasquadron
squadron lying helplESS with her ma maclhlery machinery
clhlery disabled In the China sea off offPEdro offPedro
PEdro Blanco nearly alO miles from fromHongkoog fromHongkong
Hongkoog was picked up by the th Blue BlueFLilmel BlueFunnel
Funnel line steamer 8mer ArtllochU according Rccordlnto accordingto
to advices brought by her sister liner the theCyclopa theCyclops
Cyclops which arrlred here today todayAccording todayAccording
According to these advices tt Rain Rainbows aln alnbows
bows machinery was disabled And she shewas shewas
was nailing d < < for Wlsl assistance tan H was as Ie Ieported toported
ported that the mishap was due tt 11 11boiler Aboiler
boiler accident The w warship rshlp waif an anchJred anehared
chJred jn a t omparaUveiy e cposed < pose < pu pusitton lO lOsltlon
sltlon Three typhoons warn fI 1J repnrGd > t In Inthe inthe
the China sea and her commander r eagerly eavellvaceeptfd eagerlyaccepted
accepted the c ffer of the AnUlh s i t ttaken to tobe
be taken In tow The t Cnltetl States t tIY tIYofftoen vy vyofficers
officers expressed to the newsPft newspapers at atHongkong atHongkong
Hongkong great admiration for the work workdone worcdone
done by the AnUlochus In towing the theRainbow theRainbow
Rainbow No arrangements was made madewith madewith
with regard to salvage this being left to tothe tothe
the United States government and Lloyds LloydsMILITARY LloydsMILITARY
MILITARY AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILEIS
IS MAKING FAST TIME TIMECheyenne TIMECheyenne
Cheyenne WyO Sept 4Bearlng 4Bearlngmesuges 4Bearingmessages
messages from General Leonard Wood Woodcommanding Voodcommandlnc
commanding the department of the theeast theeast
east at New York to General John F FWeston FWeston
Weston commanding the department departmentof
of California at San Francisco an automobile au automobile
tomobile party composed of > IeuteR Aeutenant IeuteRant
ant B B Rosenthal SpanlshAmerlccin SpanlshAmerlccinwar
war veteran PrIvates Malcolm I1 m Par Parrot Parrot
rot New York National Guard an anDriver and andDriver
Driver Frank X Zirble left here to tonIght tonight
nIght for the west one day behind behindschedule behindschedule
schedule The car arrived here last laatHight lastnight
night having been delayed In Nebraska Nebraskaby
by a brakedown The trip Is being beingtaken beingtaken
taken to test the reliability of the au automobile automobile
tomobile as a messen messenger messengerPROSPECT er erI erPROSPECT
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PROSPECT GOOD FOR FORWINDOW FORWINDOW
WINDOW GLASS STRIKE STRIKEPlttsburg STRIIEPittsburg
Plttsburg Sept 4A strike stri3 e of win wlndow window
flatteiters
dow cla glass cutters and fiatteders ot the tbecountry thecountry
country has been ordered by Presi President President
dent Shinn of the National union effective ef efteeUvp
teeUvp fh t 3 Tfn trn1 the new scale scaleadvancmg scaleadvancing
advancing wages 211 per cent Is ac accepted accepted
cepted by the American Window Glass Glaascompany Glasscompany
company
AIL
LAKE CADETS CAVE TS REA EACH CH HOME HOMEIAPPYANDLOADEDWITHHONORS
IAPPYANDLOADEDWITHHONORS AND LOADED WITH HONORS
Camn m > Jackling home of the Salt Lake High S School holl cadets during their stay at t11 tlta AYl exposition
I
SPRfCKfLS HEIRS HflRSBRING HEIRSBRINGBIG
BRING BRINGBIG BIG sun sunTwo
Two Sons as Executors of the theEstate theEstate
Estate Ask for Removal Removalof
of the Trustee Trustee9IpI TrusteeFrane1ses
9IpI lIranci84iM St 4Sult was wasbroupt wasbrought
brought broupt today by Rudolph Irpreck Irpreckanil pB pBClaus
anil Claus A Sprecel S reekelJr Jr lxecu lxecutots xecu xecuto
to tots totsS of tbe lheto eatal oftbe tat TTrrust TTrrustcomep eta etaSpleekehl
Spleekehl S rcke o te ehalve have theLimon the UJilen Trult TrultcomllltrtY
comllltrtY comep y ot f this city cif removed fto fFom the tltetruste thetrustedslilp
trustedslilp truste lilp of the estate TIt The com compl colnplatin
pl platin ln alleges that the trust company is isdornlnated isdominated
dominated by John D Spreckela who whohaa whohas
has caused It to refuse to foreclose forecloseupon forecloseupon
upon tile Oceanic teamahlp company companywhich companywhich
which Is e a debtor to the estate estateIt
It Is alleged that the OceallleSteam OceallleSteamship Oceatde Stsam Stsamship
ship company the majority GC t the e Stock Stocksf oek oekof
of which is owned by JohaD John D SPt Speok Speokcia Ck CkeJa
cia has Nilad ftil d to pay the emtaDwt1I eemtannualInterest emtaDwt1IInterest
Interest on 606 08 of Its bonds of the thepar t11epar
par value of 1000 each belonging belpI r1ng to tothe tohe
par the estate thfLt the trust company has hasmade hasmade
made no efforL to coUe collecx l Ute amount amountdue amountdue
due and has refused to foreclose foreclosela as asis
la stipulated ht the deed of trust given gtenwhen givenwhen
when the bonds were I issued issuedThe ued uedthe
the court la asked to appoint an another another
other tr trtistee stee Dot named or influenced InfJuencedb
b by the Oceanic Steamtthlpcom Steamship company any or orJohn i iJohn
John D Spreckels TheItr I Is con conte contesting
te testing tlng the will of hletather his father Claus CIusSpreckehl ClausSprec
Sprec Spreckehl els who left the entire estate estatevalued estatevalued
valued valued at over 100001 to the widow widowandtwo widowand
andtwo and two sons Rudolph and Claus A ASpreckels i iSpreckels
Spreckels SpreckelsTHlRTY SpreckelsTHIRTYFUR
THlRTY THIRTYFUR FnUR INCENDIARY INCENDIARYFIRES INCENDiARYFIS
FIRES IN ONE WEfK WEfKlv
i lv vsasvltle vi1le Ind Sept tThe Incen Incendiary incendiary
diary who has been startlrag a number num1Jerof
of fires continued his work last night nightand nightand
and seven more fires were started mak makIng making
Ing a total of thirtyfour fO for the week weekThe weekThe
The police have no clue clueI clueGRAY clueGRAY
I
GRAY WOLVES C CAUSING CAUSINGALARM USING USINGALARM
ALARM IN MONTANA MONTANAButte
Butte Mont Sept 4A Virginia VlrglnaCity VirginiaCity
City Jtlont dispatch says saysParties saysParties
Parties In from the upper Ruby val valey valley
ley ey report that the gray wolves In Inthat Inthat
that section are Increasing In numbers numbersat
at an alarming r rateIt te It Is not uncom uncommon uncommon
mon to see them In packs of from a adozen adozen
dozen t to twentylive Unless something sometblngIs
Is done soon In the way of extermlpa extermlpatlon
tlon they win become so numerouSalt numerouSaltto
to be a serious menace to the live Hvestock livestock
stock industry industrySince Indu try trySInce
SInce the beginning of the year the theBrook theBrook
Brook Nook stock farm has lost no less lessthan lessthan
than eight standard bred colts and andeight andeight
eight or ten cattle of the Ruby Val Valley ValIcy
Icy herd have gone the same route routeCONSTABLES routeCONSTABLES
CONSTABLES HOLD UP UPPRESIDENTS UPPRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILENewburyport AUTOMOBILENewburrport
Newburyport MIUIII Sept 4It be became became
came known here today that four con constables constables
stables operating an automobile speed speedtrap speedtrap
trap In Newbury last night held up upthe upthe
the presidential automobile for aneged anegedspeeding aile ed edspeeding
Taft Taftaifew
speeding and detained Prealdelt Taft Taftfew
aifew few minutes minutesThe minutesThe
The preSident was driving from fromBeerly fromBeverly
Beverly to Hverltlll to see Associate AssociateJustice AssociateJustice
Justice Moody The constables did not notrecognize notrecognize
recognize the occupants at first Pros Presdent Prosdent
dent Taft expressed regret that his oar oarhad carhad
had been traveling at a speed consld consldered conssdeyed
eyed above the limit and he Instructed instruotedhis
his chauffeur to drive slower slowerLIFE slowerLIFE
LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR FORCORPORAL FORCORPORAL
CORPORAL CRABTREE CRABTREEOmaha
Omaha Sept 4Corporal LYBie LYBieCrabtree LysleCrabtree
Crabtree of Troop B Second cavalry cavalrychArlad cavalrycharged
charged with the killing of his troop troopcommander troopcommander
commander Captain John C Raymond Raymond1s
111 guilty and his punishment has been beenflxedat beenflxedat
flxedat liCe imprisonment lathe mil military military
itary prison at t tort Leavenworth Kan KanBIG KanBIG
BIG FIRE IN TEXICO TEXICOTexlco TEXiCOTexico
Texlco TeXN M Sept 4Onefourth 4Onefourthot
ot the Qusi eJ18 eenter cent r of this town whh wblqh wblqhIs h hIs
Is situated aituatedon on 11Je t tHlrdr rd r nt Texasand TexasandNew Texas and andNew
New Mextr Mex vcae U d dorr rvt i by fire tolemernirg tbJs tbJsmemtng
memtng A 1103 of Sate If ° r ilId d The Theblaze Theblaze
blaze 18 believed to ha have ve been ot moon moondiary ncendaTy
diary origin No less than a dozen busl buslnss business
ness houses were destroyed
JAPS GH BEST 8f81OF BESTOF
OF THE THEDISPUTE THEDISPUTEFinal Dlspun
Final Draft of Agreement on onManchurian onManchurian
Manchurian Question Is IsSigned IstS
tS Signed ned at Peking PekingPektIIlr PekingPeking
Peking Sept The 4 final draft fit the theRpment theagreement
agreement I between China and 1a Japan in intJement Insettlement
settlement tJement of the various Manchurian Manchurianquestions KancburIaDquuUena
questions that have be been n lu dispute for forMmetlm forsometime
sometime was signed at 4 t ocloclt thI thIafternoon this thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe
The agreement seta forth that 1 China lna and andJapan andJapan
Japan entered upon the und undertaking rtakml with withthe withthe
the object O of se settling UinC five uoInUi oncem oncemIng oneetnin
in Ing Manchuria It consists co of two partswhich parts partswbich
wbich which are divided Into twelve article aiid aiidfour attffour
four subarticles and is pff effcetive tlve from fromtod fromtoddy
tod toddy It win be published o flClly on onSept onSept
Sept 8 8ChJna 8China
China will open the towns of Lunch LunchInchun L1m h hInehun
Inehun Chutuurha Taotoku and Plet PletSfkou Iietsokou
Sfkou and ChieRtao district na won OOnOeslble as aspossible
possible She will aJ also o open the Chlentao ChlentaocJ hientaodistrict
cJ district rict to settlement Japan recognizes lpcopUesthe
the Tumen river IUI the boundary line be between between
tween Korea and Manchuria an and with wthdraws withdraw
draw an her officials from tb the Chientao
district completing the evacuation in two twomontbS twomonths
months time She will appoint consuls In
Chlentao The opening of the KinJi ran ranread railroad
read extension Is to be decided metualSy metualSyand
and official are to be appointed to Ik Iktermine d dtermtne
termine the boundaries of the loushun and
Ylental mining districts districtsThe dletri t tIh
The Ih Japanese are pleased with It but
the Chinese declared the themscives llklv J a as being te ng
In a position ot a man coerced by successive suc succe
ce cessive lw blows blowsWISH blowsWISH
WISH TO SUPPLANT SUPPLANTTHE
THE TEXAS COWMEN COWMENBRtUes111e COWMENBartlesville
BRtUes111e Ok Okla Sept 4A dOlleD dOlleDprominent dosenprominent
prominent business men of 0 Osage reset reseration resetration
ration here today issued a call for a amaN amass
maN meeting of land owners to prevent preventfurther preventfurther
further Importatlol8 of Texas cattle cattleThe cattleThe
The time hascome says 8 the can to tosupplant tosupplant
supplant Texas cowmen by Industrious induatrlouareliable Industriousreliable
reliable farmers farmersrhe farmersThe
The Osage reservation III to be thrown throwuopen thrownopen
open to settlement by the government governmentthis
this month monthMRS monthMRS
MRS ROOSEVELT PLANS PLANSTO
TO MEET EXPLORERS EXPLORERSBerlin
Berlin Sept 4Adolph Adolph Mayer a
kinsman of KIng Ienelik of Abyl Abylslnla Abyssinia
slnla whO Is Iq Berlin with a com commlslon commission
mission from the Abyssinian govern government government
ment to purchase supplies said today
that Mrs Theodore Roosevelt had en engaged engaged
gaged a hou house e at Khartoum where she shewould shewould
would meet her husband when he earn earnout cameout
out of the jungle According to May Mayer
er Mrs Roosevelt Intends to spend spenda
a couple of months In Khartoum early
In 1910
HEROES RETURN RETURNWARMLY RETURNWARMLYGREETED
WARMLY WARMLYGREETED WARMLYGREETEDBear GRHUO GRHUOBear
Bear Letters of Praise From FromChief FromChief
Chief Officials of the Great GreatExposition GreatExposition
Exposition Expositionto
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
6 to Through the gentle drizzle of If t tevemu d
4 evening 2 happy victorious Hih Hih8Chool Hi h hk
+ k school cadets marched home frh frhZ r h
Z from a thousand triumphs IrH IrHt Fr ni nitheir
t their expedition of peace tht + a ato s sd
d to dats returned crowned with addd adddJaUeIs addedd
d + JaUeIs Seattle was captured th thAlaaka the g gAlaskaYukonPacific
+ Alaaka AlaskaYukonPacific YukonPactftc exposition 0
10 1 surrendered Portland was taken taknby takenby
+ by norm the army and navy de defeated deP
+ P tested and even the United States Statesaenate
4 senate committee on military atO atOfairs at 4 4i
+ i fairs overwhelmed In the triumphal triumphalJ
J b march of the Salt Lake cadetsrrfi cadets cadetsThe
+ rrfi + + + + + 3 + + rrt4 rrt4The + + + +
The special train bearing the cadets cadetsback cadetsback
back to their horn homes from their victor vlCtorloua victorone
one battleftelds reached Salt alt Lake at
525 oclock It carried home every boy boythat boythat
that It took away and brought him himhome hinthome
home weD and happy There was not a acar ascar
car to mar their victories When thetrain the thetrain
train reached the d depot pot there was a asUcht aslight
slight rain falling but it was nothing nothlnllIn
In comparison with some ot the down downpours downpours
pours that they had encountered while whilethey whilethey
they were away and It did not prevent preventthem preventthem
them marching through the streets of oftheir oftheir
their home city cItJaeaded cityIeeded
aeaded by their military band the thecadets thecadets
cadets marched to Main street on South SouthTemple outi1Temple
Temple and then down Main Street tJ tJthe tothe
the front of The HeraldRepublicanbuilding HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanbuilding
building There the boy formed 111 111battalion inbattalion
battalion front aDd executed a short shortdrln shortdrill
drill From The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanbulldJn HeraldRepublicanbuilding
building the boys matched to toarmory toarmory
armory then disbanded and wen tIenNo tIenNotheir o otheir
their homes
bomeaPral
Pral Praise for Hot HotFrom HostsFrom
From Captain William C Webb the thecommandant thecommandant
commandant who baa 110 successfully luccessfullydrilled successfullydrilled
drilled and trained the body of young youngsoldiery youngsoldiery
soldiery down own to the youngest cadet cadetthe cadetthe
the boys an praise the people of Seattle Seattland Seattleand
and Portland and the otftclals o cials of theexposition the theexpoe1tlon
exposition Whose solicitous hospltalit hospltalttgtmade hospltalitmade
made of their trip a great success BUCCasTo successTo
To Captain Webb to the boys them themselveJJ themselves
selves to the people of Salt Lake whose whosegeneroalty whosgenero
genero generoalty lty made the trip possible po alble and andmoH andmost
most of an to the parents of the boys bosthe boysthe
the word of commendation for the mil mlnary milltary
nary appearance and gentlemanly con conContinued cotsContinued
Continued on Page 2
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CITIZENS AND MiliTIAMEN MiliTIAMENENGAGE MILITIAMENENGAGE
ENGAGE IN FIERCE RIOTING RIOTINGOne
One Soldier and an One Civilian Iva r ban banWhile r Killed KilledWhile
While Several Others Are AreFatally AreFatally
Fatally Shot ShotFRANKFORT ShotF
RANKFORT Ky Sept 4In a leree riot Htw eJl militiaJllen andcivilians and andcivilians
FRANKFORT F
civilians Sergeant Ingram Tate of Somerset a member of company companyG
G Kentucky state g guards ards and Jeff Cook a ciYiJiu were killed while whilAWilliam whileWilliam
William Nichols Joe Conway and Alexander Iclfally were fatally shot
The riot began hi a saloon following a abrawl abrawl
brawl Private William PbIHlps and C CE CE
E Toadevtne members of Company G Gwho Gwho
who were standing neal Tat when he hewas hewas
was killed Identified Joe Nichols as the theman theman
man whoflrd who fired the fatal shot Nichols Nicholsand ihllisand
and eighteen others were arr > tfd strdThe tfdThe
The house was almost sli t hI pi prby piby
by soldIers In trying to gain an TtrJrl tunafter I Iafter
after their comrade had b HI n k kmore kmore
more than an hour the eighteen 11 11held rtat rtatheld
held the fort against the regiment and j
>
the residents of that section of the eit eittied city
tied to cellars for safety safetyEvery safetyEvery
Every p peon on who attempted to le + re rewas
was haltEd and evr every wagon was s ar a kd kdtor d dfor
for the men who had started the rt rtFlna1 rtFinally
Flna1 Finally after a conference < moue J L LAll Eo EoAlln
Alln All n mamarding nun < lndinb tl tll Scond egiment egimentand
and 1 ha i ff f UI t < 1 by Put Putdi 11 11di
di r I Hj d I I C ir i d In thq th tht
t t t in n i 1 j idled to tof
1 f I I 1 uder ard ar
1 C r1 h t < I Is being beingto
to 11 11I
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