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12 Theres work for a want THE METALS WeatherSliver Weather Weatheradwhen
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t I Ival val valnter3Lounta nter3Lounta fr 1b un No ir R R1b publlcan SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 f Price 5 Cents The Vol Salt l Ib7 ltkeN ltkeNra Ltke Kos Herald ra 3 3
Member interstate commerce commission who is presiding at the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake hearing
Presenting a I mass of tabulated sta statistics staof
tistics showing how the freight business bU8inessof
of the west has grown In the l last t ten tenyears tenyears
years and making a play for public favor fav favor
or with statements showing how muchthe much muchtIll
tIll street railway company of SaltLake Salt SaltLake
Lake bas paid for supplies the Harri Harriman Harriman
man lines closed their ca case e before the theInterstate theinterstate
Interstate commerce commission commis lon yeti yetiterday yesterday
terday afternoon afternoonIt
It is said that the tabulated evidencepresented evidence evidencepresented
presented by the Harriman lines yester yesterday yesterday
day cost 200000 in clerk hire and oneof one oneof
of the men representing repre entlng the people of ofttah ofUtah
Utah at the hearing remarked that the theraUroads therailroads
railroads would get It back In leas time timethan timethan
than it took to prepare the statementsSome statements statementaSome
Some of the WltnessC6 WltnessC6G
G 1V Luce general freight agent for folthe forthe
the Southern Pacific r road d L J JStence JSpence
Spence general freight t for the theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman steamship 1 lines In the east eastJ
J A Monroe general freight agent for forthe forthe
the Union Pacific H A Jones traffic trafficmanager trafficmanager
manager for the Southern Pacific J JB JB
B D Durham rham chief clerk to the generalpassenger general generalpassenger
passenger agent for the Oregon Short ShortLIne ShortLine
LIne were the witnessed examined ined ye yeterday yes yesterday
terday and at the clo close e of the session sessionE O OJ
J E N Clark counsel for the De Denver ver R RRic t tRi
Ri Ric Grande outlined the defense to be begien begiven
given by the Gould roads and the thefion tan tanHon
Hon adjourned until 10 oclock this tblsmorninr thismorning
Babcock Comes Back BackThe BackThe
The proceedings were marked with a alrier abrief
brief wordy tilt between H A Jones
Enthusiasm as Shown Pre Preo
o sages an Energetic and andVictorious andVictorious
Victorious Campaign CampaignTn
Tn each of the fittfour election precincts pre preInets
Inets of the city Jut night the members membenof
of the publfftn party held enthusiastic eathuUcJrimariei enthusiasticirimariel
Jrimariei and hose delegates to name the thedty theity
dty ity oUkl i s lit Salt Lake In slmot slmotevery t tfvery
every one Oil of the districts there was an anJnusu8l1y anunusually
unusually large attendance attendanceWith attendanceWith
With but few exceptions all of the dele deleeates delegates
gates chosen favor a straight Republican Republicantkktt
ticket throughout Most of them are un unInstructfd uninstructed
instructed all1 au will go to the conventions conventionsfrepared conventionsprepared
prepared tu select a8 the next oft1clala of ofthe ofthe
the cit city th the very bt best > st men In the party partyaalIable partyavailable
available for the positions In a few In InHane intances I
Hane tances candidates for the city council councDwprp councilwere
were endorsed At one primary A H HCrabbf Ht
Crabbf t was mentioned for mayor and the thedlgatls thedeiegatts
dlgatls from that district are under understood understood
stood to favor him though there were wereJIIJ werenu
JIIJ instructions instructionsTlw
The delegates ele ates chO choeen fn at last night pri prim primaries
m maries < ries will act as delegates to the dif dlfContinued difContinued
Continued on P Page ige2 2
The cornerstone of the monument to toHnry toHenry
Henry Hudson on o1purten Duyvll Hill Hiliwas Hillwas
was laid later In the day In a drizzling drizzlingt
1 aln The norm kept down the attend attendnu attendance
ance nu but did I not < ot bother Governor GovernorHughes GovernorHughes
Hughes who had ha come over from Pal Palisades Palisades
isades perk hi time to deliver an eulogy eulOSIJ eulogynn
nn < IJ the discoverer of the Hudson The TheJ Thegovernor
J governor < Iernor Ioke standing bnreh aded In Intilt ina
a tilt open am and declining all offers of um umbrf umhr
brf ellas ellasI > Jss JssThe
I The mon monument mtnt location Is close to the thepot theFpnt
pot > = whrr tha th > 1 > lend places the first flnltbndlng firstlsndhtg
bndlng f the j discoverer di frr on his trip up upthe upthe
the river rherPreparations riverPreparations
Preparations fer r the great historical poi poirade parude
rude which will start early tomorrow afternoon af aftrrnoon
trrnoon went on today unhindered by the therdin therain
rain rdinIn rainIn
In preparation for the large t crowd crowdwhich
f which the city has ever seen shopkeepers shopkeepersil
traffic manager for the Southern Pa Pacific Pacific
cific and S H Ba Babcock ock traffic com commissioner commissioner
missioner for the Commercial club traf traffic traffic
fic bureau when Mr Ir Jones on thewitness the thewitness
witness stand remarked that the game gameof
of the people o of Utah with the rail railroads railroads
roads seemed to be a case of heads I Iwin IWin
win and tails you lose Well isnt isntthat isntthat
that the I8J game e the railroads have been beenplaying beenplaying
playing 8uece successfully fully with the shippers shippersof
of Utah all the time asked Mr Bab Babocck Babocek
occk The prospect for something out outof outof
of the ordinary routine was spoiled by bythe bythe
the remark of Commissioner E EClark E EClark
Clark to the effect that such matters mattersonl1 mattersonly
only extended the time timeProbably timeProbably
Probably the most important point pointBhtout pointkought
kought Bhtout out in behalf of the Utah Utah Utahshippers shlp shlppent
pent yesterday was the admission from fromthe fromthe
the railroads that the transcontinental transcontinentalrate
rate were remunerative inasmuch as asthey asthey
they paid a profit over cost of service Bervlceand serviceand
and applied something to fixed charges chargesQuestion chargesQuestion
Question Not Answered AnweredIf
If the rate from New York to San SanFrancl5CO SanFrancisco
Francisco Is a fAirly remunerative one oneIs oneis
Is U not more than II fairly remunerative remunera remunerative
tive rat when you chArge the through throughrate
rate to the coast and the local rate to toan toan
an Interior point for hauling to a p point pointIn lnt lntin
in Nevada or Utah was asked and andfol andfor
for once the railroad officials and at attorneys attorneys
torneys were stumped stumpedlIurther stumpedFurther
Further testimony developed the line Uneof lineof
of defense e proPo proposed ed by the railroads inthe In Intile
tile threats that it the Utah petition petitionwere
were granted it would re result ult In a gen genContinued genContinued
Continued on Page 2
Federal Grand Jury Investigates InvestigatesUnited InvestigatesUnited
United Copper and Several of ofthe ofthe
the Steamship Companies CompaniesNew
New York Sept 7After investigating imestlgatlngthe
the affairs of F Augustus Heinzes HeinzesUnited HeinzesUnited
United Copper company as well as ascba ascharges
cba charges of rebating against several Im Important Important
portant transAtlantic steamship lines linesand linesand
and railroads the federal grand jul jury re
turned several sealed Indictments today
which were handed into the crimina criminal tOdaYi
branch of the United States circuit court
Bench warrants were issued on the In
dictments but they the will be kept underseal under underIleal
seal until the grand gran jury Investigation of
the stelmshlprallroads Is completed completedill completedRECEIVERS
Two Trust Companies at Plttsburg PlttsburgGo
Go to the Wall WallPlttsburg WallPittsburg
Plttsburg Sept tThe Land Trust Trustcompany Trustcompany
company and th the Mercantile Trust com eomJany comrany
Jany both state In institutions did n not t open
for business today James 1 L White state
bank examiner Is temporarily receiver for
both banks banksThe banksThe
The trust companies consolidated re recently recently
cently It 18 said Id they were unable to tocarry tocarry
carry out the merger and made arrange arrangements arrangements
ments Saturday to assign voluntarily Ac According According
cording to the officials the depositors will willbe willbe
be paid In full fullThe fullThe
The capital stock or the two companies companiesII
II is 11210IOO =
WORTH 75 TO 100 EACH EACHGrandstand EACHGrandstand
Grandstand Tickets 8 to t 25 25Great 25Great
Great Historical Parade in inNew inew
New ew York oirk Today TodayNew o ay ayNew
New York Sept 27An 27 An appeal by Governor Hughes to the people of ofNew ofNew
New York and Hew Jersey to oonserve their rivers and for forests sts was a lea feature leatore
tore of the HudsonFnltozi celebr celebration tion today The governor spoke at the thededication thededication
dedication of Palisades park the new interstate intentatepr65ervealongthe preservealong the lower lowerHudson lowerHudson
along the route of tomorrows parade paradehave
have shuttered > > their windows with
boards aDd householders Jave barricaded barricadedtbemselves barricadedthemselves
themselves behind strong picket fences fencswhleh fenceswhich
which the crowds will be unable to scale scaliGrandatand scaleGrandstand
Grandstand tickets sold tonight at price pricerunnl pricesrunning
runnl running from 3 8 to S25 gi apiece Hotel HotelrOOJD Hotelrooms
rooms fronting on the line of parade are areworth areworth
worth from m to 310 IO Oooch OoochFour a aFour
Four hundred officers of the visiting visitingwanhlp visitingwarships
warships were entertained on Governors GovernorsIsland Governorsisland
Island this afternoon hy Major General Genemland
and Mrs Leonard WoodAt Wood WoodAt
At a dance In the evening there was a
large civilian addition to the company
Wu ring Fang j > ling Chinese minister proved provedone
one of the centers of attraction for the theforeign theforeign
foreign officers at the reception receptionThe
The rain caused a postponement Qf the thepropoe theproposed
propoe proposed aropllme flights and the bal balloon halloon
loon race to Albany
° NERNING ° the fabrication that Governor William Spry would not enter the First Unitarian church on onSunday onSunday
Sunday where President Taft attended services until forced to do so by the President through his aide ai4eArchibald aideArchibald
Archibald Butt and that Senator Reed Smoot did not enter the church at all The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanJs HeraldRepublicanJssecured has hassecured
secured the following statements from the persons most likely to know the facts factsFROM factsFROM
ISSOULA Mont Iont Sept 27Captaln 27 Captain Butt chief of bodyguard to President Taft In an interview here toIIIght de denled denledln
M nledln nled in tote the statements emanating from Salt Lake that he was compelled to force Governor Spry ry and andSenator andSenator
Senator Smoot to enter the Unitarian church with President Taft yesterday Captain Butt S stigmatized gma Z d the thestory thestory
story as being malicious and utterly groundless and stated there was positively no reason tor for suck a statelDeat Both Bothnotor BothSenator
Senator notor Smoot and Governor Spry entered the Unitarian church of their own volition and without the neceselQ of even eventhe eventhe
the mildest form of urging
BRAND th the article appearing in the Salt Lake Tribune this morning under the heading Governor Sprys Breach BreachCauses BreachCauses
I Causes Comment as wilfully and maliciously false The statements In th the article referred to are a reflection UPOn the thegovernor thegovernor
governor of the state of Utah and it is in my official capacity that I den denounce unce them as untrue It is l Incompatible with withthe withthe
the dignity of the office I hold to indulge the strong language that I am Inclined to use In expressing myself upon this thsmendacious thismendacious
mendacious article andl will 111 curtail my desire to denounce the author and publishers of the falsehood and connne myself myselfto
to a mere statement of fact factThe factThe
The Presidents wish expressed through his aide Captain Archibald Butt Was that his worship at the Usll Unitarian Unitarianchurch irlan irlanchurch
church be conducted without ostentation and that so far as possible anything savoring of officialdom be eliminated from fromthe fromthe
the service serviceWith serviceWith
With a knowledge of the Presidents wishes In the premises I alighted from the automobile at the Unitarian church churchand churchand
and Captain Butt turning to me said Governor you will walt outside I answered Yes and the President Captain CaptainButt CaptainButt
Butt and two secret service men entered the church It had been the understanding of the entire part thAt thAtthe thatthe
the church would be filled before the arrival of the President but to my surprise the people began filing Into the edifice edificeafter dlnceafter
after the President A few minutes later Judge Straup came to me and invited me In and I entered and took my place placebefore placebefore
before the minister began his sermon As I understand the Unitarian service the opening musical selection was being beingplayed beingplayed
played as I entered It was before the minister offered the opening prayer before he made the weekly announcements announcementsand
and before he commenced his hermon hermonCaptain ermon ermonCaptain
Captain Butt did not speak to me concerning my attending the service aside from his remark as we left the auto automobile automobile
mobile I did not enter the church with the President as I understood he desired to go to his pew alone aloneThe aloneThe
The picture published In the Tribune this morning has an Inscription beneath It of a nature to reflect upon the gov governor governor
ernor of the state The wording beneath this picture ts ae maliciously false as the statement regarding my attendance at the theCnltRrlan theUnitarian
Unitarian church The Tribune attempts to create the lmprC6Slon that I did not remove my hat at the Living P1a Flag I did didremove didremove
remove my hat and never placed it 011 my head until the automobile moved from the flag Cnfortunately the Tribune Tribunepicture Tribunepicture
picture Itself shows that the Presidents a automobile < had left the Living Flag It Is true that I did not remove my hat hatwhile hatwhile
while Ute President reviewed the citizens and children of Salt Lake but I felt the people were gathered to do hcHior to tothe tothe
the first citizen of the land and not to the governor of Utah UtahFROM UtahFROM
HE governor was not In front of the church when I arrived there In my machine with Senator Reed Smeot and Con Congressman Congreesman
THE T gressman Joseph Howell Ve got there about five minute after the President arrived with Governor Spry and the thegovernor thegovernor
governor could not therefore have 1een seen out of the church for long There was such a crowd In front of the church churchthat churchthat
that we did not know whether there would be room Ve had not been told that re reservations bad beeR made for any of UI UIand usand
and dOubted whether we could find seats inside insideBut insideBut
But just as we got in front of the church Senator Smoot took his watch out of his pocket and looked at It Well Wellmayor Wellmayor
mayor he sadl we have about an hour before the Presidents train leaves Lets go Inside and attend the service So Sothe Sothe
the three of us got out of tho machine and went In That was aU there was to It When we were IlIIIIde we Te were given givenseats givenseats
seats In front near the President and Governor Spry SpryThe SpryThe
The story in the Tribune that I was not given space In the Presidents car on the SaJtalr trip il not true Spa Spawas Space Spacewas
was re reserved erved for me In the Presidents car and I was going In there But John Hays a a Hammond asked me if there wasnt wasntsome wasntsome
some place where we could smoke I told Mr Hammond I gue guessed ed we could find a ear ahead where we could smoke and andSO andso
SO we went there The governor was taking care of President Taft anyway and I thought I had better take care of Mr MrHammond Ir IrHammond
Hammond so as he would not think he was being slighted slightedYe
Ye found a car ahead where we were smoking when 11r Lan Langford ord came through He told me I was suppo supposed ed to be beIn bein
In the Presidents car as a seat had been reserved for me there But I told him I knew It but was all right where I wasas was wasas
as I wanted to smoke with Mr Ir Hammond Ve were having a good chat anyway and I knew the President was being beingtaken beingtaken
taken care of I knew aU the time that a seat had been Ieft for me near the President in his car carI carI
I do not think I was slighted at any thneI wasnt looking for slights All I wanted to do was to have Ute Frost President Frostdent
dent and his friends have a good time and was kept busy hustling around with the committee taking care of tbelll But I Inever Inever
never thought I had been slighted or snubbed at all allFROnr allFROM
FROM J E JENNINGS Master of Transportation During Presidents Visit VisitWHEN VisitW
HEN the secret service agent Mr 11 Wheeler first came to Salt Lake he and i I went to emery place the Pre Prekiint Prekiintwas l nt ntwas
WHEN W was to visit More than once Mr Ir Wheeler said to tome me The President does not desire any attendants at atchurch atchurch
church He dislikes any ostentation at such times tinresLast timesLast
Last Friday evening after President Taft aAd hI his suite retu returned from the banquet at Fort Douglas I had a confer conferenee conferrace
race with Captain Archibald Butt about the program for Sudsy Captain Butt said Now ple piMse se remember that Pres President PresMent
ident Taft does not want anyone to accompany him to the church Ve want two pews ODe for Pre Prudent t e t Taft and one onefor onefor
for myself and the secret service agents agentsI
I called up Mrs Irs Brown wife of the pastor of the Unitarian church and although It was after 1 oclock In the themorning themorning
morning we arranged that Judge D N Straup should meet Captain Butt at the hotel to tell him that the pews had hadbeen hadbeen
been reserved Judge Straup kept the appointment appointmentSunday appointmentSunday
Sunday morning before we started out Captain Butt reminded mfI that Pre President ldent Taft when he went to church churchwanled churchwanted
wanted no one to accompany hIm except the ver persons ons Captain Butt had mentioned There and then I went to Govern GovernorSpry r rSpry
Spry and to Senator Smoot and told them of President Tafts wiJhes I also spoke to the military officers Then I ar arranged arranged
ranged that when the President started for the church all the automobiles except the Presidents and those CODtalnl g the thesecret theesecret
secret service men and the police should be left behind for the time being This was satisfactory at1 faetor to alt cCQcer cogoerrted cogoerrtedJust d dJust
Just as we were ere starting out Captain Butt came up to me hastl hastily and said The Pre President td6llt wllIltt to vhllt t the Y YlL YM
lL C A before he goes to church churchAfter churchAfter
After the living flag I asked and Captain Butt said YesWhen Yes YesWtle
When we got to the living n flag g I went on ahead to 0 tell I some others about the chang of program and as passed Ipse4the I passedb
b tile Presidents halted auto I n noticed Ueed that the Pr President ldent Governor Spry and Senator nator Stnoot were lltaD41 standng t1 with hats hatsoff hatsoff
off reviewing the living lag I particularly noticed that aU three had removed their hats as the they stood there We went wenton wenton
on to theY the Y M r c A where the President and lOpe of his attendants IJtte ants went In InW1teh inWheh
W1teh they came out I arranged so that the automobiles containing Mr Ir Taft Governor Spry Captain Butt the se secret secret
cret serum men and the local police should get to the church eon considerably iderably in advance of all the other ears Meanwhile InwltlleI
I again reminded Governor Spry about the President not desiring an any attendant when he went Into the church and the thegovernor thegovernor
governor nodded that he understood These three autos got to the church several minutes advance in of the others When Whenthe Whenthe
the rest of us came up Senator Smoot who had been riding with us got out and without hesitation be ltstloo went Into thechurch the thechurch
church I saw him go In and know that Governor Spry had alreadY entered the church The re reason n be dill not march marchIn
In at the Pre Presidents ldents side was because of the repeated requests of Captain Butt acting for the P President nt tralllHRltted tralllHRlttedthrough transmittedthrough
through me to Governor Spry SpryThere Spryhere
There was no scene ot any kind outside or Inside the church Everything went off smoothly aDd without any hUM hUMThe hitchThe
The President was smiling and In good humor when he came out and when he left town he tha k ind Senator Se ater StRoot StRootand Smootand
and Goerner Spl Spry and even thanked me for the way we had taken him about aboutI
I am absolutely sure there was absolutely no foundation whatever for the statements made In the TrtiMItHt aM am amsure amsure
sure that everyone else who was In a position to know will agree with me meFROM meFROM
HE facts are these Late Saturday I was notified that Captain Butt de desired Jred to see someone of the Unitarian church churchat
THE T at the Knutsford hotel I L being the president of the board of trustees of that church was requested to Bee BeeCaptain seeCaptain
Captain Butt I did so He informed me that the President desired the services of the chureh to be conducted 111 inour 111OUr
OUr usual way and In a quiet and retiring manner I asked him how many there would be of the Presidents immediate Immedlatparty immediateparty
party who likely would attend He toll me only two or three besides the President and asked me to reserve seats for torthem forthem
them Sunday morning I received a message from the Knutstord stating that the Pre President fdent desired to meet me at the thechurch thechurch
church upon the arrival of his automobile and to sit with him during the ser ices icesI
I reserved the seats and a number of others about twentyfive In all I had no opportunity of notifying Governor GovernorSpry GovernorSpry
Spry nor Senators Smoot and Sutherland nor others who had accomp accompanied nled the president on his visits l ttB while In Utah UtahThe UtahThey
The They had received no Information from me of the reservation which had been made In that regard When the Pre President Presidentarrived ldent ldentarrived
arrived I met him In front of the church A As soon a as he alighted Captain Butt preceded us and started up the steps stepsand stepsand
and entered the church We were met by an usher who took us to the seats seatsAfter seatsAfter
After we were seated Captain Butt sitting behind the President I obserVed that Governor Spry who bad arrived arrhedwith arrivedwith
with the President in the same automobile was not with us I called attention to it excused myself and immediately left leftthe leftthe
the church and went on the outside where I saw the governor and Invited him to attend the services He told me that thathe thathe
he had no desire to Intrude but when I informed him that I had a seat reserved for him he gladly and willingly ac accompanied accompanied
companied me into the church and expressed his plea pleasure ure in doing so He entered the church with me and was seated seatedon fed fedon
on the right of the President before the services commenced The lady at the Piano had just commenced and was pIa pIaing play playing
ing the opening voluntary as we entered The governor was seated e tffi before It was concluded concludedAfter concludedAfter
After he was seated and before the minister entered upon his discourse Or sermon a hymn was sung by the con congregation congregation
gregation a selection was rendered by the quartet the scriptural lesson read the Invocation given the usual church an ann announcements
n uncements made and a solo rendered I should say that the governor was In his seat fully fifteen minutes before the tbeminister theminister
minister commenced his sermon I know that Captain Butt did not leave his seat nor the church from the time hi first ftrstentered firstentered
entered the church and was ushered to his seat until the services were concluded He wu In his seat slttt sitting behind 1iehbHlthe behindthe
the President when I left the church to go out and I found him In his seat at the same place when I returned NJturnedAfter returnedAfter
After the Governor entered the church and was seated Senator Smoot Congressman Howell and Mayor Bran Bransford Branford
ford arrived and were escorted to the eats < reserved for them The mayor sat to my left and Senator Smoot sat t to the theleft theleft
left of the mayor Congressman Howell sat in a row of seats behind them themI
I was roque requested ted to make a brief statement of the facts and am vel very glad to do so soFROd soFROM
AYOR Bransford and I were in the second automobile in the party when we left the Y M C A When the p party partyleft rty rtyleft
MAYOR M left the Y M C A the Presidents automobile went ahead The order had been given to J E Jennings In charge Of Ofthe dEthe
the car to walt a few minutes as the President wished to enter the church alone Mr rr Jennings Informed us of tI tIrequest tle tlerequest
request and we remained at the Y M C A for probably about seven minutes Then Mr Jennings drove the car to the thechurch thechurch
church and Mayor Bransford and I entered and remained through the service serviceThat serviceThat
That stOl story In the Tribune is simply one of the kind to be found in that paper every morning and personally I would wouldprefer wouldprefer
prefer to take no notice of it
Wilbur Wright and Glenn H HCurtiss HCurtiss
Curtiss Unable to Make MakeFlights MakeFlights
Flights FlightsNew
New York Sept 2iIf the wind does doesDOt doesnot
DOt ex exceed eed five or six miles an hour and andtile andthe
tile w weather tber otherwise is propitious both bothWilbur bothWilbur
Wilbur Wright and Glenn H Curtiss will willmake willmake
make nights In their aeroplanes at Gov Governors Governors
ernors leland tomorrow Thelrmachlnos Thelrmachlnoshave Their machines machineshave
have been thoroughly overhauled leaving leavingn leavingnothing
n nothing thing unprepared In the event of good goodweather goodweather
weather weatherFlights weatherFlights
Flights toda today were made impossible on onaccount onaccount
account of an eighteenmile wind which whichgV whichve
gV ve way to a steady rain After waiting walUngfor
for for several hours for the wlndto wind to fall fallWright fallWright
Wright crossed to the city from the theIsland theIsland
Island and obtained a canoe to attach to tothe tothe
the under J8rt ia rt of his machine as a safe safoguard safeguard
guard against sinking If the aeroplane aeroplaneshould aeroplaneshould
should alight In the water waterCurtisss waterCurtisss
Curtisss Great Flyer FlyerThe
The Curtiss flyer Is a counterpart or orthe ofthe
the machine Curtiss used In his recent recentrecordmaking recentrecordmaking
recordmaking flights at Rhelms and andBrescia andBrescia
Brescia It Is equipped however with 0 0fourcylinder afourcylinder
fourcylinder watercooled motor instead insteadof
of the eightcylinder motor used abroad abroadVlIbur abroadWilbur
Wilbur Wright Vrl ht was not very sanguine sanguinetonight sanguinetonight
tonight over ver the outlook for tomorrow tomorrowIt
It looks to me as though this weather weatherwill
will continue for a day or two he said aaldIf saidIf
If I were to take the machine out In Inthis inthis
this rain + t wo would ld be weighted down with wflhthe withthe
the dampness In a very short time
War Practically Over and the theCortes theCortes
I Cortes Summoned for forOctober forOctober
October 15 15Madrid 15Madrid
Madrid Sept 7Following satisfactory satisfactorynews
news of Sp Spanish nlsh successes uece fleS In Morocco tM tMcabinet thecabinet
cabinet has decided to restore censtlw censtlwtlanal eenstitutional
tlanal guarantees except In the provinces provincetlof
of Barcelona and Gerona and to summon summonthe summonthe
the tortes on Oct 1i 1iThe 15The
The occupation of Zeluan was made by byUectlve bygffective
gffective Uectlve sbelllng of the prtlllery Actual Act Actual
ual storml storming of the town was accom accomplished accom accomplished
plished by General Toers brigade Gen General General
eral Orozoos effecting the enveloping emeloplngmovement envelopingmovement
movement movementOnly movementOnly
Only a feW of the Sp Spaniards nlards were werewounded ere erewounded
wounded but the casualties among the
Moors were great greatAlhucemas greatAlhucemas
Alhucemas Morocco Sept 27The en
tire coast line here Is Illuminated with the
fires of the burning Moorish villages Af After After
ter the Spanish batteries In the fighting
or yesterday had silenced the native ar
tillery the Infantry advanced and drove drovethe drovethe
the Moors from their positions poslUonsJOHN positionsJOHN
Chicago Sept 1John ONeill scout scoutIndian scoutIndian
Indian fighter CIvil War veteran for former former
mer alderman and father of track eleva elevation elevation
tion In Chicago died yesterday at his hishome hishome
home here aged 71 years ears He Joined JoinedKit joinedKit
Kit Carson In a tour through New NewMexico I
Mexico which was a constant succession successionof
of tights with Indians I
Six Survivors Out of a Crew of ofEighteenName ofEighteenName
EighteenName of Ves Vessel Vessel
sel Unknown UnknownBaltimore UnknownBaltimore
Baltimore Sept 21SIx survivors surYlors of a aceew acrew
crew of eighteen are aboard Winter ter Quar Quarter Quarter
ter lightship the remaining twelve men menhaving menhiving
having perished according to a report reportmade reportmade
made by Captain Delano of the steamer steamerPorto steamerPorto
Porto Rice which arrived here today
from NW York YorkThe YorkThe
The name or kind of ve vessel sel could not be
learned learnedCaptain learnedCaptain
Captain Delano stated as t the e Porto Rico Ricowas Ricowas
was passing Winter Quarter lightship
yesterday morning a signal Was seen from
the lightship A he heavy vy northeast gale galeprevailed ale aleprevailed
prevailed He ordered his ship run close closeto close closeto
to the light station and an attempt was wasmade wasmade
made to communicate by megaphones
It was difficult work but enough was
learned by those on the Porto Rico for
them to realize that a ship had foundered founderedTRAIN ounderedTRAIN
Wausau Wis Sept iFour pers persons personswere < lns lnswere
were killed and three others Injured last lastnight lastnight
night In a colllston between a freight train trainqnd trainand
and a handcar one tnllewest mile west of Edgarthis Edgar
this county countyA
A party of nine persons were returning
from church at Poniatowski and had ar arrive arrived
rive at a rocky cut on the road when whenthe whenthe
the freight train crashed Into them themthrowing themthrowing
throwing them against the rocks The Thedead Thedead
dead Include Joseph Kaul and his two twoyoung twoyoung
young children and Victor Lltenokl LltenoklMrs LiterakiMrs
Mrs Kaul was badly injured
Who had Dr Cooks proofs that he had reached the North Pole which whichproofs r rproofs
proofs Peary refused to let Whitney brin home
Bar Harbor lie Sept rCommandlr 277CommanderRobert rCommandlrRobert
Robert E Peary ary reached here tonight tonightfrom tonightfrom
from Portland and within halt an hour hourentered hourentered
entered Into conference with General GeneralThomas GeneralThomas
Thomas H Hubbard president of the thePeary thePeary
Peary Arctic club concerning the state statement statemeat
meat which soon will 111 be made public by byCommander byCommander
Commander Peary In an effort to sup support support
port his contention that Dr Cook did not notreac notreach
reac reach the pole poleIirom poleFrom
From what can be learned of the con conference COllference
ference tonight Peary ery went over every everyphase
phase ha of Ids alleged evidence against a 1 Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook dating from the time the Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn
lyn explorer r began p preparing arln to go o north DOrthmOle northmore
mOle ext than two years ea1ll ago CO and tad until after aftmPeArys afterPearys
PeArys Interviews with Cooks Eskimos Eskimosat klmoaat
at Etah Generai eral Hubbard has been ar arra arragging
ra ragging glng this material In order as pet petsonal personal
sonal CQun counsel el for Peary PearySpeaks PearySpeaks
Speaks of Harry Whitney WhitneyDuring WhitneyDuring
During the trip to Bar Harbor Peary Pearyspoke Pearyspoke
spoke frequently of Harry Whitney WhitneyThere WhitneyThere
There might have been some strange atranpreasons strangereasons
reasons why Whitney Vhitn y did not go back
Theodore Rizzo of Utica N Y At Attacked Attacked
tacked Two Little GirlsKilled GirlsKilledOne
One of Them and a BoyUtica Boy 11oyUUca
Utica N Y Sept 21Theodore Uazo Rizzowho Uazowho
who has been in Jail here on su suspicion suspicionof plclon plclonor
or beans connected with the kidnaping kidnapingof
of two little girls and a boy and killing Jdfllngof
of one or the girls and the boy was to today today
day formally charged with the crime crtmeRizzo crimeRizzo
Rizzo collapsed colla when informed of the thenature thenature
nature of the accusation accuaatlonFOI
For three hours according to the police policethey policethey
they had been endeavoring to secure an anadmlMJion anadmisslon
admlMJion from Rizzo and finally he told toldthe toldthe
the story storyRizzo storyRizzo
Rizzo It Is claimed attacked the two twolittle twolittle
little girls but when they threatened to totell totell
tell their fathers he hot them and tb tblittle the thelittle
little boy as well leaving all three for fordead fordead
dead One or the girls revived revivedFollowing revivedFollowing
Following the confession a charge of ofmurder ofmurder
murder In the first degree Walll made madeagainst madeagainst
against Rizzo RizzoTRAGEDY RizzoTRAGEDY
Friends of an Aged Oregon Farmer FarmerAttempt FarmerAttempt
Attempt to Charivari Him HimMc HimMcMinnville
Mc McMinnville nnnvllle Ore Sept t1ameIJ Lau Laurence Lanrence
rence a farmer and father of ten children chil children
dren Wall shot and killed last night by byJesee byJesse
Jesse Townsend white engllff8d with a anumber anumber
number of the latters friends In a chart charivari chartvanl
vari party partyTownsend partyTownsend
Townsend who Is said to have grand grandchildren grandchildren
children was married recently When Whenmerlmakrs Whenmerrymakers
merrymakers call celled d at his home last night nighthe
he had retired Townsend arose in a belligerent bel belligerent
ligerent mood and ordered them awa awaThey away awayThey
They left the house but soon returned returnedAs
As the they reached the door Townsend fired firedthe firedthe
the single shot that killed Laurence
Washington Sept 21Neltber In instru instruments tru trunwnts
nwnts of the weather bureau nor the thecoa thecoast
coa coast t and geodetic survey recorded tile theearthquake tileearthquake
earthquake reported In the middle wet wetThe westThe
The officials regard the shocks as cov covering covering
ering only a very small urea ureaCleeland areaCleveland
Cleveland Sept 21Barth vibrations vibrationslasting vibrationslasting
lasting for 0118 minute were Corded r at
346 oclock this morning at St Ignatius Ignatiusobservatory Ignatiusobservatory
observatory At the college It was said sakithat saidthat
that the movement was from north to tosouth tosouth
south and Ht II dIStance of between JO to
400 miles The shock was not severe severeLouisville vere vereLouisville
Louisville Sept Dispatches 27 from i
to Etah In the Jeanie for Dr Conks Conksstuff OKA OKAstuff
stuff he said I cannot understand understandhow < t thow
how anyone could let such records get getout tt ttout
out of his hands I would not give 1Il 1Ilrecords my myrecords
records to my dearest relative I say sayagain I ICaln
again I dont see how Cook could have haveturned haveturned
turned his stuff over to Whitney or any anybody anybody
body else I secured my instruments m mIt ina
It bag and the fl flag < < which I took to the thepole thepole
pole I sewed In my clot clothes and I wore woraIt
It UJ until I reached Battle Harbor HarborI
1 kept my records under watch day dayand dayand
and night and I was prepared in cas casthe a athe
the Roosevelt oo evelt Wall crushed In the ice to tothrow tothrow
throw them overboard 80 that they odd couldfloat oddfloat
float Iu their cases Can you imagin imaginme +
me giving u up tho those e records to a perfect perfectatlanaer perfectstranger
stranger atlanaerBarry strangerHarry
Barry WhItney cUd not tell me w whet whetwas hat hatwu
wu In Dr Cooks stuff e except pt six fn fnln foe foeskins
skins ln a narwhal born and some otter otlrtrophlelJ ottertrophies
trophies I could not Me why I shouldhave should shouldhave
have carried the stuff when Cook coulll coulllban couldhave
ban taken It If Dr Cooks stuff was 1aSContinued wasContinued
Continued on Pale 2
Goes Twelve Hundred Feet Una Unaderground Un Underground
derground Into Old Leonard LeonardCopper LeonardCopper
Copper Mine MineHelena MineHelena
Helena Mont Sept J7Attlred tn a alinen alinen
linen duster an old black slouch hat hatand hatand
and swinging an electric lantern at his hisBIde hisside
BIde President Taft wu locked in a anarrow anarrow
narrow Iron ca cage e and dropped 1200 feet feetthJOUfh feetthrough
through midnight blackness Into the thedepths thedepths
depths of the famous old Uoooard cop copper copper
per mine at Butte today and had the therare therare
rare experience of seeing miners at atwork atwork
work with a giant drill In a vein o ohighgrade of ofhighgrade
highgrade ore that sparkled green with withIta withits
its wealth ot mineral When he had hada hadascended
a ascended cendedwlth with R whiz after half an anhour anhour
hour underground the President t bUnk bUnkIng blinklug
lug In the glare of the noonda noonday sun was wascheered w wcheered
cheered to the echo by the crowd fit fitcurious ofcurious
curious people gathered at the hoist and anddlalfd anddeclared
declared enthu enthusiastically la8ticall 1 wouldnt wouldnthave wouldnthave
have mllllled It for the world worldIt
It was the Presidents tint visit to tothe tothe
the Montana copper district and be between between
tween t the e smelters at Anaconda and andthe andthe
the mines at Butte he had a series o oContlnLled oZ oZContinued
Continued on Page 2
Tremors Tremors Came at an Early Hour HourN our ourNo
N No 0 Damage Done So Far Faras
as Known KnownSt y
St Louis Sept 27 27A A slight earthquake whioh was felt throughout throughoutsoutheastern throughoutsoutheastern
southeastern Missouri and in southern and central DlinMs and Indiana Indianaoccurred Indianaoccurred
occurred early to today ay In St Louis uis the tremor came at 3 347 47 oolock So Sofar Sofar
far as has been learned little or no damage has resulted
Padpcah Henderson Owenaboto Perkins PerkinsvUle Perkinsyule
yule and Mayfield report a very per pelceptlble perceptible
ceptlble shock over the western section ICctionof
of Kentucky but no damage damageThe damageThe
The Quake was felt In Loulavllle and andmany andmany
many people In the southern section ot otthe ofthe
the city were awakened awaktntdMadison awakenedMadison
Madison Inri Sept 27A light earth earthvlhratlon earthvibration
vibration lasting one minute wu felt felthere felthere
here at 31j oclock this morning mornlDIPeoria morningPeoria
Peoria III Sept nResldnt of this thiscity thiscity
city were awakened at 4 oclock this thismorning thismorning
morning bv the general earthquake whkh whkhcanw whlehramC
canw fronl from th southeast No damage was wasdone
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