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Vol 01 15 No 51 y OCT 2 1909 1 Price 5 Cents > Vol 157 No r < o r
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I PEARY PREPARTO PREPARES STATEMENT STATEMENTTO TATEM
TO FIRE AT EXPLORER COOK
b i1KEEPS KEEPS SllfNT SllfNTfOR SLEWTF
fOR F RPRESENTPeary RSfNTI RSfNTICommander
Commander Peary Is Given theWelcome the theWelcome i iWelcome
Welcome of a Returning ReturningHero I I
Hero by Great Crowds in the theNew theNew i iNew
New York Celebration CelebrationHIS I II I IHIS
HIS SHIP ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTAPPEARED ROOSEVELTAPPEARED ROOSEVELTAPPEARED
APPEARED IN BIG PARADE PARADEMany PARADEMany PARADEMany
Many Residents of Brooklyn BrooklynDr
Dr Cooks Home Give Their TheirNeighbors TheirNeighbors TheirNeighbors
Neighbors Great Polar Rival Rivala
a Most Rousing Reception ReceptionGETS ReceptionGETS ReceptionI
I + GETS FLATTERING LETTER LETTERNew
I
New York Oct 1 INew New York City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and state today gave Commander CommanderRobert CommanderRobert CommanderRobert
Robert E Peary a welcome home homesuch homesuch homesuch
such as few returning heroes can canhope canhope canhope
hope to receiveFrom receive receiveFrom receiveFrom
From the bridge of his Arctic ship shipRoosevelt SIDpRoosevelt shipRoosevelt
Roosevelt Commander Peary was the themost themost themost
most prominent feature of the sixty sixtymile sixtymile sixtymile
mile HudsonFulton naval parade paradefrom paradefrom paradefrom
from New York to Newburgh NewburghIaptaln Newburgl1I Newburghtaptain
Iaptaln I Bartlett was kept at work so soIn soli
In 11 essantly with the whistle cord answer answerit answerthe
it 1 s the salutes of passing craft that thatmef thathief thatrhief
rhief mef Engineer Wardwell called up from fromt
t engine room that he would not have havescam haveitm haves
scam s am enough to move the vessel if theydid thty thtyd
d did iil < 1 not stop the whistle whistleHaving whistlehaving
Having 1 successfully sUCC < 98tully buffeted the ice icepacks Irelacks icepacks
4 packs of Smith Sound and proved herself herselfFI
FI E stout a ship that no sea or ice floe floecould floeould floecould
could turn her back the Roo Roosevelt evelt met metnun metWilh metwith
nun an accident in the most tranquil tranquilT tranquilpart tranquilpart
T part > art of the Hudson just below belo West WestPoint WestPoint VestPoint
Point this afternoon She parted her port porttiller porttillpr porttiller
tiller rope and came to a stop The Themishap Themishap Themishap
mishap was quickly discovered by Com Commander Commander
111 mander incler Peary and anchor was dropped droppedv
v hire the rope was spliced But there was wasa
a delay del of nearly an hour before the boat boatjiioceeded boatloceeded boatproceeded
proceeded toward Xewmjrgh NewbQrghPeary NewburghPeary
x xPeary
Peary Feels Gratified GratifiedIt
It baa been most gratifying g gtY 1fxhs to toIra toIrataktn 00 00takn k v vtaken
taken part in the parade Jllild aid ld Com Comnionder Commnder Commander
nionder Peary tonight and I am deeply deeplyappreciative deeplyappreciative deeplyappredUre
appreciative of the reception that has hasT hasgtven hasbren
T bren en gtv gtven n t the officers and crew of the theRoosevelt theRoosevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt and my myself elt It was magnifi magnifint
c nt ntJ ntJ ntJ
J Pierpont Morgan on his big steam steamu steamcacht
cacht < u ht Corsair with a party of friends friendssue friendsJle friendsgive
sue Commander Peary and the Roose RooseIt
T It a graceful greeting off Stony Point PointTl Pointre
Tl re e Rooaewelt dropped anchor near JH > ar the thelnited theI
1 lnited nlted States flotilla of scout cruisersibmarines cruisers cruisersF cruiserslilnmarinezs
F ibmarines and torpedo boats off New New1lrgh
1 1lrgh irch in the evening The lateness of the the1Ul the1ur
1Ul 1 > ir did not diminish the noisy greeting greetingfrom greetlnfTom greetingfrnm
from vessels there Commander Peary Pearyand Pearynlll Pearyaid
and party boarded a tug and went ashore ashoreat
7 at Fishklll Landing where they took tooka
a train for New York YorkPeary YorkIeary YorkPeary
Peary declined to talk about the Cook Cookcontroversy Cookmtroversy Cookcontroversy
controversy except to say that General GeneralHubbard GeneralHubbard GeneralHubbard
Hubbard would make public a statement statementon
on the subject early in the coming week weekIommander weekCommander weektommander
Commander Peary had scarcely mounted mountedthe
the bridge of the Roosevelt today and andheaded
1 leaded 11 her up stream when hen the marine marinedemonstration marinedemonstration rlne rlnedemonlotration I
demonstration began the long file of offoreign oft offoreign
t foreign relgn and American battleships at anchor an anchor anlOr ¬
chor lOr dipping their colors as the Rouse Roosei Roo e ed
v i d It t passed
Cheered by People PeopleThe
The Roo Roosevelt evelt moved lowly up stream streamnliie streamhile streamwhile
while hile crowds on passing excursion excur lon boats boatsBW boatsswarmed boatsswarmed
BW swarmed armed to the rails and cheered The Thebinds Thebllds Thebands
binds on the pleasure craft played pa pat patriotic patliotiC
t triotic no tic airs while one excursion boatcrowded boat boatcrowded boatcrowded
crowded with people from Brooklyn Brooklynwhere Brooknhere Brooklynhere
here Dr Cook lives gave Peary rmJlj ronsia ro rmJljbit > j j1ic
bit ia ch LhWrs LhWrsCommander afterst ers ersCommander
t Commander Robert E Peary today rec re reied reind
c teed the following letter from Mrs MrsIionald MrsInnald MrsILOnald
Iionald McLean honorary president gen general senHal general ¬
eral of the > National Daughters of the theAmerican theAmertcan theAmerican
American Re Resolution ReolutionWelcome ResolutionWelcome olufion olufionWelcome
Welcome to the pole discoverer flag
bearer of his country When hen you sailed sailedrioth sailedJIwth sailednorth
north my dear Commander Peary in inJills InJuly induly
July 1308 you carried with you the naUms na nati nati
Ums ti n IIS s star spangled banner mounted mountedion
I ion on the great white order of peace This
I h linner inner was given you as you know knowthrOlugh knowthrough
through myself then active president presidentneral
r neral of the National Society Daughters Daughtersi
rf < i f the American Revolution a society societyTI societyJImberlng
TI inhering over SOflea 50 members repre repres
s a rated In every state in the Union and
foreign lands landsIn
° In response to this gift you wrote me meiii meII
iii II would plant the banner at the north northI northTI northpar
I TI 1 You hate done so In this as is in inil inalI
alI il els you justify the faith reposed in inMHI Inou inou
MHI ou Knowledge Knowled is power Power means meansPI meansptee
PI ptee p toe that is the ability to preserve it itnu
You nu now give to jour our country supreme
knowledge knwl ledge < dgp thus the th peace flag was well welliifided wellnfidfd wellnfided
iifided to your > our care
I
PRINCE MIGUEL IS SUED I
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7 x < < 4 = =
and PrincesJiIiguel Princes lfigqel Braganza Princess Braganza was formerly formerlyMiss formerlyM formerlyMiss
Miss M ssAnita Anita Stewart St w tal a leader in the younger set of New York society
Viejsna Vie ta Oct 1 ISuit Suit was brought today
tile commercial eommpr < al justice court against
Migu i Braganza who recently
Mist lis J Anita AnltaStewa Stewart rt for a debt
6000 eroyuiN crowns borrowed from an usurer
n the prince was unable to pay his hisPans hisParis hisParis
Paris hotel hill or to hu buy > a ticket to
of to Scotland w wh where hre re Miss Stew ¬
waited for him Th The judge jncj Inqlird ur d
strenuously into the facts to team earn what whatamount whatamount whatamount
I amount of cash the prince received for forthe forthe forthe
the bill less the Interest The usurer usurerfaring usurerBaring
I fearing he might b arrested withdrew witadrewthe withdrewj
j + the suit The princes aunts Arch Archduchess ArchI
I I duchess Maria Theresa and Duchess Par ParI Parma
I I ma are prepai prepared ed to repay the debt with withnasonable withreasonable withreasonable
reasonable interest but not the usurious usuriouscharge usuriouscharge
I charge
IPEARYWILLING PEARY WILLING BUT COOKREFUSES COOKSuggestion COOK COOKREFUSES
REFUSES TO FOLLOW SUIT SUITSuggestion SUITSuggestion SUITat
Suggestion SuggestionREFUSES That at Explorers Submit SubmitData Submitr t tData
Data to o Competent Scientific ScientificCommission ScientificCommission cIenti r c c0mmIssion
Commission
New York Oct 1 IDr Dr Cooks refusal to submit his observations notes
other data at once to a competent scientific commission is all that
in the way of compliance with the suggestion of the National Geo ¬
society today that such a step stepon on the impart part of both Cook and
should precede any official recognition of the explorers claims I
Correspondence made public here to ¬
shows that Commander Peary has
formally signified his willing ¬
to comply with the th condition but
Cook in a letter to Archer Hunting
president pre ident of the American Geo ¬
society has declared that he
continue In his determination to lay
his records and instruments first be ¬
the University of Copenhagen CopenhagenProfessor CopenhaifenProfe9801 CopenhagenProfessor
Professor Ira Remsen president ol 0
Hopkins university was asked sev ¬
days ago by Henry F Osborn O born pres ¬
of the American Am rican Museum Iu eum of Na ¬
History and by Mr Ir Huntington to
through his authority as presi ¬
of the National Academy of Sci ¬
a committee of astronomers ge ¬
and zoologists to whom the i
ords of Peary Pear and Cook should be
bmlttedDr
Dr Remsen in reply telegraphed as
It would be idle for me to appoint a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee to investigate the north pole poleproblem poleproblem poleproblem
problem unless it were clearly clearl under understood understood understood ¬
stood that Commander Peary and Dr DrCook DrCook DrCook
Cook are willing to submit their evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence If they are willing to do so I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall not hesitate to appoint such a acommittee aCmmlttee acommittee
committee as you suggest suggestMr
Mr Osborn at once took steps to obtain ob obtain obtain ¬
tain the consent of Peary and Cook He Hereceived Hereceived Hereceived
received the following dispatch from fromGeneral fromGeneraJ fromGeneral
General Thomas II Hubbard on behalf behalfof
of Commander Peary PearyPeary PearyPear PearyPeary
Peary Pear willing and desirous to submit submitall
all his records and data to National NationalAcademy NatlonaJAcadem NationalAcademy
Academy committee or other scientists scientistsimpartially sclentlatImpartiall scientistsimpartially
impartially selected selectedDr
Dr Cook at first fell in with the sug suggestion sugeBtion suggestion ¬
gestion He agreed with Mr Ir Hunting Huntington
ton that there would be no better person personto rson rsonto
to call together a number of scientists scientiststhan scientiststhan scientiststhan
than Professor Remsen but later recon reconContinued reconContinued reconContinued
Continued on Page 2
i WILLIE BOY A BAD PIUTE PIUTEMURDERS PIUTEMURDERS MUTEMURDERS
MURDERS HIS SWEETHEART SWEETHEARTTragedy
Tragedy of the California Desert DesertFurnishes DesertFurn DesertFurnishes
Furnishes Furn shes Groundwork for forDime forDime forDime
Dime Novel
San Bernardino Cal Oct 1 Developments today in the ohaseacross ohaseacrossthe
4 the desert wastes of San Bernardino county after Willie Boy a bad badPiute badPiu badPiute
Piute Piu e Indian form as thrilling a chapter in this state of real life as was wasever wasever wasever
ever written into a dime novel
Willie Boy murdered in cold blood his hi8H hisIIyearold
11 IIyearold earold sweetheart whom he carried carriedmay carriedt carriedtwat
may t from the home of her father at atBanning atHanning atBanning
Banning four days ago after he had hadkilled halllilhd hadkilled
killed her father Old Boniface a reservation reser reserition reliervatlton
vation ition Indian when the latter refused to tot tokt to1st
kt < t his hisdn d < Jriiphter fighter hter go away with the young
P Piut ute ion llIle k A purse p 8e of deputies led by
Sheriff t11 iNon Ii OIn with Indian trailers to toguide toguide toguide
guide Ifii 1 ii rn r riss s the wide stretches of ofdeport ofdsert ofdesert
deport ui uni i through il rn iil > ttii t i tortuous mountain mountainpasses mountainllwn mountainpasses
passes im rm > it t 0 llwn iwn t todJY < > cia upon the thebodv thebod thebody
body Of fl l Girl irl it t The > Pipes pj eil a water waterhole waterhole waterhole
hole 3T m c f w v cy i Tht The ie was a bullet buHethole bunet101f bulletIle
hole thr thrh h f t sir ir s heart and her herbody herbody herbody
body was r i li v t > TI by thorns and andjagged andjagged andjagged
jagged rocks ar1 01 vJ T l fet blistered and andcut andcut andcut
cut from the long and hurried flight over overmiviiitain overIDollntain overm
miviiitain m and cieseit cieseitt dc < I c P rt rtFr
t Ftprilt Fr ifpm t > around where hpr ti body lay lavto laytoI la latot
to siintlnno S f Iu di okt tprt e t tr trg trgd g o Ir Indlr Irdli Irdl
dli dlr r t < j r v J tj t t tn i tnt tntlie < i t Vj Vjlie i ilie
lie B Jcl > d r orsd jr 1 dprt dprtdragsed 1 rrt rrtdragged tt ttdr
dragged dr < lggcd We girl lrl t n r aftr Lr t te ic was r <
longer able to walk by his side He had hadgone hadgODe hadgone
gone on for a little way without her he and andthen IUI IUIthen andthen
then came back and shot her through throu < 11 the thsheart th2he theheart
heart he rt Father rather than let her fall Into the thehands thehands thehands
hands of her friends alive aliveFor aliveFor aliveFor
For three days and nights the Indian Indianand Indianand Indianand
and the girl had kept ahead of their pur pursuers pursuers pursuers ¬
suers the Indian showing sho 1ng all the cunning cun cunning CUDnlnAr ¬
ning of his race in the race with the sheriff sher sheriff sheICf ¬
iff and his posse posseWillie poseWillie posseWillie
Willie Boy Is believed to have made madehis madehis madehis
his escape e to the Arizona border The TheIndian TheIndian TheIndian
Indian trailers returned to the reserva reservation re reservation erva ervaHon ¬
tion bringing the body of the girl and andtired andtired andtired
tired out with their long chose over the thedesert thedesert thedesert
desert desertIt
It was but two hours or so after she shehad shehad shehad
had been shot down that the posse came cameupon cameupon amel1pm
upon the t body of the girl but the th trailers trailerswei
wei > b so > exhausted that thry could follow followno
no furtti turn1T further furtherTir f fTJ
Tir TJ r r iff ffi r rs i lnd d two Irlan IrI san traikr traikrt
a ft t t n ri a jj J fi frr r IEgf Il > gftt gf It hoping to head headcff headdt bradft
cff ft ttt Iiiiin or pick up his trail
fCONOMY AT VJASHINGTON VJASHINGTONCut 1 1Cut
Cut of Several Million Dollars in Ex Expenditures Expenditures Expenditures ¬
penditures While Revenue RevenueIs
Is Increasing IncreasingWashington Increasingashington IncreasingWashington
Washington Oct 1 1A A cut of prac practically practically practically ¬
tically 8300000 in excess of ordinary ordlnaI dis disbursements disbursements diebursements ¬
bursements over ordinary receipts so far farthis farthla farthis
this fiscal year as compared with the thecorresponding thecorreaponcllng thecorresponding
corresponding period of last year yeer1000 yeer100000l ear 1000
000 a month gain In Internal InternaJreonue revenue and andan andan andan
an increase of almost 19099000 in cue customs CUIItOtfl8 cueterns ¬
toms for July August and September as ascompared ascompared ascompared
compared with the same period a year yearago yearago yearago
ago are shown in the monthly treasury treasuryreport trealluryreport treasuryreport
report issued IS8U today
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTSYoungstown
Youngstown 0 Oct 1 1Vhlle AVhile entering
Youngstown under lull steam a Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsyJvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania passenger ll train was struck by a atrain atnln atrain
train of cars being backed out out of a local localsteel localsteel localsteel
steel plant tonight the collision separat ¬
ing the engine from the tender and train trainFireman trainFireman trainFireman
Fireman Kent Stafford and Engineer B BF BF
F Cummins were injured injuredFor InjuredFor injuredFor
For two m males les the engine ran wild wildthrough wildthrough wildthrough
through the city Near the Carnegie C rnesfe Steel Steelcompany Steeleompnny Steelcompany
company it struck a switch engine knock knocking knockIng knocking ¬
ing It off the track Engineer Charles CharlesA
A Slmpeor of the switch engine was se seriously Benoual soriously ¬
riously noual injured injuredAn
An ambulance being driven rapidly mpl I to tothe tothe tothe
the scene of the wreck upset spilling the
doctors out on the street streetI
I
TRIAL POSTPONED POSTPONEDSan
San Francisco Oct 1 IThe The trial ot j
Patrick Calhoun ail onn on a charge of leaving
of offered ft red a bribe bribecortit to a supervisor ws wseortti WJHcor
eortti cor tlt1Cd ird u < i today t ay until Nov 13 1 at thercgacst the tt I Irequest
request rC Cst of tie defense
SET SPEECHES ARE AREENDED AREENDED
ENDED BY MR T TAP TAFGreatQuestions TAPAudiences AF AFGreatQuestions
GreatQuestions Disposed o oPresident of ofPresident
President Will Look to toAudiences toAudiences
Audiences for Topics TopicsTacoma
Tacoma Oct 1 tAfter After spending two days in and about Seattle Presi ¬
Taft came to Tacoma tonight and received from an audience that
the big armory one of the most cordial greetings of his trip tripThe tripThe tripThe
The President was entertained at dinner at the Union club after mak ¬
the trip from Seattle on board the yacht El Primero owned by Ches ¬
Thorne The torpedo boat destroyer Perry escorted the yacht
n
no m n n
a last visit to the exposition to view
big livestock exhibit All the prize prizeattie
horses hor8 pigs and sheep were on
fw their heads and horns decorated
blue ribbons Mr Taft apparently
great Interest in the exhibit and
more than twice the th length of time
allotted to It He patted some I I
the cattle and horses on the head
asked many questions of the breed br ¬
Finally from the Judges stand he
a brief speech amid a chorus o of
and grunts and the lowing of
complimenting compllm ntiDg the exhibitors on
fine showing and the progress that
been made in this country count in the last
years In the way of scientific
and breeding breedingMr
Mr Taft Plays Golf GolfFrom GolfFrom GolfFrom
From the exposition grounds gro oos the Presi ¬
nt motored to the Seattle Country club
he took luncheon and spent the thearly
afternoon on the golf links The lh
on the sound from Seattle to Ta
occupied occJ > led two hours hoursPresident hoursPresident hoursPresident
President Taft promised today to attend
exposition to be held on the Pa ¬
coast in 1915 in the celebration of I
completio i of the Panama canal Mr
said the date was beyond his term
office but that his Interest In the
caul ca lal and the extension of trade
the Pacific had been so great for so
years that he readily gave his
< rnis ° to attend attendThe attendThe attendThe
The invitation ImItlt < Jn was extended by Colonel
f C Collier < director general g neral of the Pan ¬
exposition which is to tl I
held in San Diego Cal the nearest
coast city to the Pacific entrance
the Panama canal and George Burn
a ur Jr a director of the exposition com
> fcii These men assured as ured Mr r Taft that
> would find a cordial welcome at SAn
and expressed on behalf of the
of San Dlgeo their regret that thatI
I Taft had found it impossible impo allble to in inlude Inlude
that city in the Itinerary of his hisrebent
> ent trip tripPanama tripPanama tripPanama
Panama Canal Date DatePiesident DatePresident DatePresident
President Tafts unqualified statement
his speeches 8peec 1I delivered here that the U
canal l1al would be completed in Ttta I
ed great at t enthusiasm enthlt tasm as the 8 soUra nUr lIr
C4Mt te expecting x tang to profit great
by UeTlK rtaHwater water route from Uw
seaboard and the opening O of Eu ¬
markets to this section All of
South and Central American Am ncan coon < <
especially those tho of the west coast st
to be invited Inl d to take a pretentious
in the th Parama exposition The ex ¬
of trade between the United
and South America the President Presidenteclared
was another feature of the ex ¬
which elicited deep Interest InterestWhen InterestVhen interestWhen
When the President left here at mid ¬
and headed aded to the south he had
5000 miles of o his 13000mile
In latter of elapsed time how ¬
nis journey was less than onethird on thlrd
During the time he has been on the tl
the President has made eight e ht
eeches of first importance which have
set forth his views on nearly
question of importance and he an ¬
tonight that he had completed
list of set t addresses which he had
before leaving Beverly Bever The Pres ¬
spenes spe hes during the remainder of
trip will be entirely extemporaneous extempor neous
character and will 111 consist con ist largely of
to and amplification of those ne
has made madeIn
In making his set speeches the Presi ¬
selected in the different cities vis ¬
the subjects which he believed to
of greatest Interest to his hearers hearersSpeech hearersSpeech hearersSpeech
Speech on Currency CurrencyStarting CurrencyStarting CurrencyStarting
Starting from Boston for instance he
there the first of his set speeches
finance and currency legislation
especially of the work the
commission c > appointed by con
s has undertaken At Chicago the
discussed dlscu labor and injunctions
Milwaukee he discussed and approved
establishment of a postal savings bank
at YlnonaMinn Ylnona linn he made plain plainContinued plainContinued plainContinued
Continued on Page 2
PLEA Of OFGUILTY OFGUILTYIN GUIlTY GUIlTYIN
IN REBATE CASE CASESouthern CAS CASSouthern
Southern Pacific Fined 1000for 1000 1000for 1000for
for Technical Violation Violationof
of f the Law LawLos
Los Angeles Cal Oct 1 IThe The South Southern ¬
ern Pacific railroad pleaded guilty to today today today ¬
day In the United States St tes district court courtto
to rebating and was fined 1000 by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge Wellborn Through Attorney C CM CM CM
M Durbow of San Franciscothe company com company company ¬
pany entered a plea of technical and andunintentional andunintentional andunintentional
unintentional guilt The > maximum pen penalty penalty penalty ¬
alty would have been 20000 20000The 20000The 20000The
The counts In the indictment on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the fines were imposed were the cases casesin
in which the Southern Pacific had grant granted ¬
ed rebates to the Penn Fruit company companyand
and the HarrisNewmark company companyConcerning companyConcerning companyConcerning
Concerning the Penn Fruit company companyrebate companyrebate companyrebate
rebate Attorney Durbrow said saidThis saidThis saidThis
This company shipped oranges from fromArlington fromArJlngton fromArlington
Arlington to Riverside over the Santa SantaFe
Fe and from Riverside the fruit was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried to its final destination in the theeast theeast theeast
east by the Southern Pacific PacificBecause PacificBecau PacificBecause
Because Becau it had been the custom of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Southern Pacific to make a half rate ratecharge rntecharge ratecharge
charge on shipments of fruit and other otherproducts otherproducts otherproducts
products of the soil between local points pointsin
in California the request for refund on onthese onthese onthese
these shipments was granted and the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law was violated inadvertently inadvertentlyAll
All other counts in the Indictment and andanother andanother andanother
another charge were dismissed at the therequest therequest therequest
request of the attorney attornelfor for the company companyand
and on motion of Oscar Lawler assist assistant assistant assistant ¬
ant attorney general of the United UnitedStates UnitedStales UnitedStates
States StatesThe StalesThe StatesThe
The indictment dismissed by the gov government gO gOernment government ¬
ernment was one In which rice wine wineand wineand wineand
and tapioca flour had been imported importedfrom Importldfrom
from Hongkong to San Francisco by the thePacific thePaclfl thePacific
Pacific Mall and brought to Los An Angpks Angfks Angeles
gpks over the Southern Pacific road It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was intended that the th rate between betweenPin bltw En Enf1T1 I
Pin Francisco Frntt < lsto and Los Angeles was ld loral ldan 10at
ral at an arI therefirr there had been b Cn no vio violation vlo1ation violation ¬ I
lation of the law
CENSUS JOBS GO GORequisite BEGGING BEGGINGNumber I
Requisite Number of Citizens in the theWestern theWestern
Western States Backward About AboutMaking AboutMaking AboutMaking
Making Application ApplicationWashington ApplicationYuhlngtan AplicationWashington
Washington Oct 1Unless 1 IUn Unless Jess more moreresidents morEresidents moreresidents
residents from states in the far west westmake westmake westmake
make application to the United States Statescivil Statescivil Statesclvil
civil service commission for the ex examination examtnation ¬ t tamlnaUon
amination to be held Oct 23 3 for pool positions ¬ t ttlo Itions
tions tlo s in the census bureau the states statesprobably statesprobabJy statesprobably
probably will fall to receive their full fullshare fuUshare fullshare
share of the appointments it wall waistated wallstated wasstated
stated at the civil service commission commissiontoday commissiontoday
today todayAs I
As the census act provides for the
distribution of appointments amon among I
the states and territories in accordance accordancewith accordancwith
with the law of apportionment tin tincivil theclvil
civil service commission is anxious t to > >
have applications from persons in inwestern inwestern inwestern
western states desiring appointments
in the census bureau bureauIt
It is expected that about three thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand appointments will be made from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the examinations to be held in all the thestates thestater thestates
states and territories These appointments appoint appointments appointments ¬
ments will be for terms of six months montlisto
to two years and will average about aboutone aboutone aboutone
one year ear in length
SPANISH AMBUSHED BY THEMOORS THEMOORS THE THEMOORS
MOORS ON THE RIFF COAST COASTGeneral COASTGeneral COASTGeneral
General Vicario J1 cario Killed Severe SevereFighting SevereFigl1ting
Fighting in Progress at atLast etLash
Last Accounts Acc unts
Y f
Melilla Oct 1 IA A Spanish force from Zeluan reconnoitering reconnoite yester yesterday yeateriay yesteri ¬
day i ay in the direction of Sokel Jemis encountered the Moors and met with witha
a serious serious reverse General Diez Vicario three other officers and fourteen fourteenmen
men were willed and 182 men wounded The Spanish force was under underthe underthe underthe
the command of General Orosco The other officers who lost their lives liveswere liveswere liveswere
were a lieutenant and two captains
supported on the left by b General Vi Vicarlos Vicarlos Vicarlos
carlos brigade and on the right by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two squadrons of cavalry and a bat battery batter battery ¬
tery ter of artillery made a reconnoissance reconnoissanceInto
Into the BenlBouriger llenl ourjger territory and andit
it was on their return in the direction directionof
of Zeluan that the Spaniards fell into intothe Intothe intothe
the Moorish lIoorl h ambush and were attacked attackedfuriously attackedfurlollsly attackedfuriously
furiously furiouslyThe
The fighting was > fierce and bloody
The Spaniards held their own until the thearrival thearrlvaJ thearrival
arrival of reinforcements consisting consistingof i
of two companies of Infantl infantry and a abattery abattery I
battery of machine guns with the aid aidof aidof I
of which they beat off the Moors but butwith butwith butwith
with a total of 200 OO dead and wounded woundedEarly woundedEarl woundedEarly
Early Earl this morning the Spaniards Spaniardsunder Spaniardsunder I
under General Marina again advanced advancedIn
In the direction of Sokel I Jemis but butwere butwere butwere
were attacked by b five thousand Moors Moorsin
in the front Last reports stated that thatsevere that4Ieere thatsevere
severe fighting was in progress progressMadrid progrelMadrid progressMadrid
Madrid Oct 1 IThe The latest Spanish Spanishdefeat Srlltnlshdefeat S nish nishdefeat
defeat in Morocco in which whl General GeneralDieg G1tteralDlea G era eraDies
Dies Vicario lost his life 13 not yet yetknown yetknown yetknown
known to the people of Madrid and andthe andthe andthe
the authorities are carefully suppress suppressing suppreStlIng suppressing ¬
ing the details of the activities of yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday and Wednesday which hlch indicated indi indicated indicated ¬
cated that the Moors were resuming resumingthe
the offensive offensiveIt
It is now known however that theSpaniards the theSpaniards theSpaniards
Spaniards retired from the summit of ofMount ofMoullt ofMount
Mount GuruSB Guru a because of the sudden suddenappearance suddenappearance suddenappearance
appearance of 1000 eo Moors whose at attack attack attack ¬
tack was expected momentarily momentarilyThe
The enthusiasm that followed the theannouncement theannouncement theannouncement
announcement of the possession of ofMount ofMount ofMount
Mount Guruga Is dampened today too by bythe bythe bythe
the news already made public and the thepeople thepeopl thepeople
people will be further dismayed when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they hear h ar of the reverse of yesterdayTangier yesterday yesterdayTangier yesterdayTangier
Tangier Morocco Oct 1 1News News ew re received received received ¬
ceived from the interior today was to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that the mountain tribes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Maz az region re lon are hurrying to the thesupport thesupport he hesupport
support of the Riffs who are fighting fightingSpain ftghtlngSpain fightingSpain
Spain around Melilla It is said that thatthe thatthe I Ith
the th tribesmen are acting upon orders ordersfrom ordersfrom I IfrOm
from Mulai Ilafid the sultan of Mo Morocco 110rocco Morocco ¬ I
rocco but this is not credited
ENGINffRS GINFERSBOOIIY BLOODY Dt D DMurdered I
Murdered His Wife Attempted to toKill toKill toKill
Kill a Baby and Then Fatally FatallyShot FatallyShot FatallyShot
Shot Himself HimselfOakland HimselfOaldand HimselfOakland
Oakland Cal Oct 1 Shattering IShatteringthe Shatteringthe
the windows and smashing In the thedoors thedoors thedoors
doors of his wifes home 5SS 55 Eighth Eighthstreet Elghthstreet Eighthstreet
street in a fury after he had stood stoodoutside stoodoutside stoodoutside
outside in the rain all night John H HManrow Hllanrow HMunrow
Manrow a veteran engineer in the theemploye theemploe theemploye
employe of the Southern Pacific com company company cornpany ¬
pany burst in to the womans bed bedroom bedroom bedroom ¬
room early today toda and as Mrs Mn Mlanrow Man Manrow Manrow
row ran screaming scre mlng into the yard with withher withher withher
her sisters 3yearold child in her herarms herarms herarms
arms sent a bullet into her brain brainThen brainThen brainThen
Then he fired twice at the baby the thebullets thebUllep thebulleFs
bullets ploughing through the little littleones littleones littleones
ones clothing
Finally turning the weapon on him himself himself himself ¬
self he inflicted a fatal wound Mrs MrsManrow MrsMan MrsManrow
Manrow Man row died on the way to a hospital hos hospital hospi ¬
pital pitalThe pi pitalThe tal talThe
The murderer and his victim fell fellside fellside fellside
side by b side on a wet pathway near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the house while the baby lay helpless helplesson
on the womans s breast strangling in inthe inthe inthe
the blood from the wound in Mrs MrsManrows MrsManrows MrsManrows
Manrows temple Manrow had de deserted deserted deserted ¬
serted his wife six months ago and andsince andsilice andsince
since that time had made frequent frequentthreats frequentthreats frequentthreats
threats to take her life lifeWhen lifehen lifeWhen
When hen he appeared at Mrs Manrows Manrowshome Manrowshome Manrowshome
home last night and demanded admit admittance admittance admittancetho ¬
tance tancetho the woman and her sister feared fearedto
to open the door
MURDERERS HANGED HANGEDNashville HANGEDNashville HANGEDNashville
Nashville Tenn Oct 1 1rmlam 1rmlam11thell 1WilliamMitchell William WilliamMitchell
Mitchell a white man convicted of the theniuniT themuru
niuniT mur r of t iuire W Yo H Hindman In InRutherford InRutillrford 1nRut
Rutherford Rut lierford rountv and Cecil H11 Palmer Paimercolored Pa Palmercolored mr
colored sritcrc d < l fo t Ifit1 f for r rim1 rrlminall rrittPnatty rim1nally
natty nall assaultirg a wnan v ian rear Leha Leharon I Lebanon > lha lharon
ron Ten vfrc hantl han > cJ J at the state stateprison stateprlsun stateprison
prison here today I
ALT SAL T LAKE OFFICE PRAISED PRAISEDBY PRAISEDBYPOSTAL
BY BYPOSTAL POSTAL SERVICE SEll VICE CHIEF CHIEFFRANK
FRANK H HITCHCOCK HITCHCOCKPostmaster HITCHCOCKPostmaster t tPostmaster I
Postmaster General of the United States who became enthusiastic last lastnight Iatnight lastnight I
night over the excellent management and condition of Salt Lake postofcca e
FINE COMPLIMENT COMPLIMENTFORGOV1THOMAS
I FORGOV1THOMAS fOR GOV THOMAS THOMASPostm
Postmaster Postm ster General Enthusias Enthusiastic ¬
tic Over Excellent Condition Conditionof
I
of IoJ 0 Salt Lake Office OfficeM
11 + M + M 1 + + M + + + f fThe + + + + + + + + + + +
+ The Salt aJt Lake postoffice po tofflce is one onef onethe onethe +
+ f the beat managed in the Unit UnitsStates Unitf UnitStates +
+ f States according to Postmaster Geral G n neral +
4 eral Frank Fa k H Hitchcock who sp spent spntyesterday spentyesterday < nt ntyestercSay +
+ yesterday here going over the r rport8 rports +
+ ports of the local office and mak makf maklog making +
+ ing aninspection an Inspection of the local office officMr otficMr officeMr +
+ Mr Hitchcock left President Pr tdent Taft at atHelena + y
+ 4 Helena Monday after accompanying accompanyinghim +
+ him from Butte But and after a hum hUnIng huntlog +
+ Ing trip trl through Arutona he will willf w1Iagain + rY
+ f again lOin the President Oct 11 and andfinish andfinish +
+ 4 finish lha the trip through the south south4MH southTbe southOt + +
+ 4MH + + + Ot H + + M M + + M + + M + + HHM4 HHM4The + + a aThe + + + + +
The postmaster general has been in J t tnorthwest tnorthwesi inorthwest
northwest attending state postmastri posGnastrrconventions postmastriconventions po tmastr tmastrconventl
conventions conventl s at Seattle Portland it < > tButte t iButte tButte
Butte where wJ ere he spoke last Saturday > 1 1joined 11 11Joined I IJoined <
joined tt1 tl e President there Monday a aent a1 a1went 1 1went
went ent with wi tt it the party to Helena Tn Tnwith TI1Aith Thwith
with F Fisk postmaster postma ter of San fradeco Fra Fracisco L LClKO
cisco anfl an Hary Hall Halleuperintendent Halleuperintendentpostal superintendent JluperlntendelllP06tal superintendentpostal >
postal service se vh a for the Pacific coast i Jwent iwent iwent
went thrugh Yellowstone park Yestday Yest Yestday i iday
day morning mo lng he spent In Ogden lookn looknover Jookirover lookitover
over the the new federal building and t told told tle tleold
old postcjffice coming to Salt Lake dt dtnoon atnoon < tt ttnoon
noon
Trip About Salt Lake LakeIn
In company with Governor Will WlIlirrr WlIlirrrSpry < ni niSpry inSpry
Spry Ptjstmaster Pc8 master A L Thomas P It ItLannan Ii1annan 1IIannan
Lannan ynd nd D E Burley Mr Hitch Hitchtook c ctook < i itook
took an i automobile trip about the theytsterdajf c cy ri riyesterday <
yesterday y terda visiting vl ttlng the state penitential penitentialwhere penitentiarwhere n nwhere
where thje new cell house was inspect lnspenand inspectand < j jIUld
and latex late going to the Country club clubDouglu i iDouglas IDouglas
Douglas And nd the A Alta Ha club At the p poffice poffice I Iof
of office flee Mr Hitchcock went ent through ev evdepartment HdpartmEJnt evdepartment
department and shook hands with cv < y yemploye i iemploye iemploye
employe in the local office Later u tiparty uparty tic ticparty
party wnt wtnt to the Alta club for dti dtiand dlliand dira > r rand
and Mr fr i Hitchcock left for Flagstaff Flagstaffthe
the Los Angeles Limited at 815 815Speaking 818peakltg S1aSpeaking
Speaking of the local postoffice 1 1postmaster fpostmast tpostmastler
postmaster r general said last night nightI
I was gratified to note the report reporlthe reportthe reportthe
the locil loe office showing a conuui conuuigain con continugain t i Ii Ii < i igain
gain In Business UBlnt88 and especially gla gladsee glasee i 1 1aee
see the local office and its It II affairs in inexcellent in inexcellent t texcellent
excellent condition Postmaster Thm Thmdeserves Th Thdeserves > n ndeserves
deserves great credit for his ex exult eXIImanageent exultmanagerent < > i imanagement >
management and administration admtnl tratlon of atSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt LaKe LaFre office and in the depart in I nt nfthis ntthis ntthis
this office offlt e is regarded as one of the bt btadministered h > > t tadministered t tadmlnisterfd
administered in the United States d dthe dthe drst drstthe <
the somtwhat difficult position in whthe v vthe Wh Whthe
the postmaster is placed on account accounttreat accountreat accountgreat
treat reat distances distancesYes di tances tancesYes
Yes I know Governor Thomas I r tontinued tContinued t tContinued
< Continued on Page 2
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UNION PACIfiC PACIfiCANtmAl PACIFICI
I ANtmAl ANNUALMEETINR ANNUALMEETINRForecast MfHING MfHINGForecast
Forecast of Action of o f Stock Stockholders Stockholders Stockholders ¬
holders in This City CityOct CityOct CityOct
Oct 12 12Special 12Special 12Special
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNew
New York Oct LIt L It is learned from fromauthoritative froQ1authorttattve fromauthoiItative
authoritative sources that there will be beno beno beno
no change with the possible exception exceptionof
of one addition in the directorate of the theUnion theLnton theUnion
Union Pacific Railroad company at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of stockholders to be held in inSalt InSltJt inSalt
Salt Lake City Clt on Oct 12 I and that there therehas therehas therehas
has been nj disposition anywhere to die dispute dlsrute dierute ¬
rute the present control of the property propertyImmediately propertyImm propertyImmediately
Immediately Imm dtately after the election of direc dlrectors directors directors ¬
tors the new board will convene to elect electofficers etectofficers electofficers
officers for the ensuing en ulnlJ year While no nodefinite noefinlte nodefinite
definite stet stataments ° mente nt are forthcoming as to towhom towhom towhom
whom the new now president will be it is in intimated Intimated intimated ¬
timated that no cue C e outside of the Harriman Har Harriman Harriman
riman staff will receive ve the appointment appointmentThe
The annual report of the Union Pacific Pacificwill Pacificwill Pacificwill
will be issued in about three weeks It Itwill It11I Itwill
will 11I reveal the sale of many man important importanttreasury Importanttreasury importanttreasury
treasury securities st > o uritles during the past year yearnotably yarnotably yearnotably
notably Atchison preferred Northern Pa Pacific PaIflc Pacific ¬
cific Great Northern preferred < > d Great GreatNorthern GrEatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern ore certificates s and Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPaclfie SouthernPacific
Pacific convertible announcement annOUlWoT nt of ofwhich ofwhich
which has already alrad open mad
HALF MOON AND LERMONT LERMONTAT VLERMONTANCHOR t
AT ANCHORTriumphant ANCHOR OFF NEWBURGTt NEWBURG NEWBURGFTriumphant
Triumphant Tt Progress o of Prototypes Prototypesof rotorA es esof
of Historic U stor c Vessels Vess 18 Up UptTze UptTzeJ the thei theHudson
Hudson
J i
Newburgh II Y YOct Yt Oct 1 IWith With the Half JKoon ooll and Clemwnt iwinging iwingingat 5 5at
at anchor off shore tonight against a b background ekgiounl of f illuminated warships warshipsand wanhipand
and fireworks Newburgh rounded out one ofthe of Jthe greatest days in her his history hisfu hisCory ¬
tory fu j
so prom prominent promInent prominent ¬
inent a part in the HudsonFulton week weekwere weekwere weekwere
were formally turned over today to the thekeeping thekeeping thekeeping
keeping of the celebrations upper Hud Hudson Hudson Hudson ¬
son commission eomm 88lon by General Stewart L LWoodford LWoodford LWoodford
Woodford president of the Lower Hud Hudson Hudson Hudson ¬
son commission commissionMayor comml commissionMayer lon lonMayor
Mayor Benjamin McClurg welcomed w < thi thodlstinguish thidistinguished tMdlstJngullh
distinguished d guests to Newburgh and andGovernor andGovernor andGovernor
Governor Hughes paid his tribute in a abrief abnef abrief
brief address addressLleuUiuuit addresLleuttnallt addressLleutcnaut
LleuUiuuit Lam irtpr inj r = onato 1ator of ofHenry < if ifHenry r rHenrv i
Henry Hulson Char s a > K > k 111 thRobert i 111Robert > i iRobert
Robert Fulton 1 > Jlt11 > f th pr prand I r it i iand 11 > 1 1and
and reprctett rerrentathrs ties of Tb Tbwere Y rh r rwere
were al a introrti iutTO J < r rl I 0 0ceremor di t i I Ictremonj
ceremony t IM the j jThe l lTIll iThe <
The steamer Trojan carr carrying arrtn > ms mtn mtnnf mY mYof c cIf
nf If the log jpghdatl1Tf sUtnre and state tat nfflas nfflastli1 nftl als w IS ISthe istltr
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were greeted bj b Ikla 11 < 1 SI II > I fa a f r
mer Odell and were escort lKortoj lKortoja t + d da l la
a detailof detail of mounted troopers to the i iwhere Iwhere
where tpte t e formal transfer of the H HK fjMoon I L LMoon
Moon and an Clermont took place placethe K i oi oitbe i ithe
the Cleijmont lay the Norwich o Ru Ruout Ruout Ruout
out N1 N < Y the oldest steamer steamerworldwhich inworld in inworld
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active lervlce leivice With lth her low I ill ihigher i iton L LblPH
higher high hove the water than a aand hi hiaDd hnipI hnipIand C
and her be saw pit engine she p r ra ton tonn S Sa i ia
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