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Murder of Special Policeman PolicemanRiley PolicemanRiley
Riley Follows Capture by byHimof byHim
Himof Him of Two Footpads Who WhoHad o oHad
Had Just Held Up a Citizen CitizenLIVES CitizenLIVES CitizenLIVES
Miscreants Separate and Get GetAway GetAway GetAway
Away Although Search for forThem forThem forThem
Them Is Maintained by Au Authorities ¬
thorities Throughout Night NightCLUE NightCLUE Night1CLUE
Special Officer C CC C Riley Rileywas
was shot and almost instantly instantlykilled instantlykilled instantlykilled
killed at 9 oclock last night by bya
a holdup man whom he had hadunder hadunder hadunder
under arrest The murderer es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped immediately after the theshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting and has ha not been cap captured captured captured ¬
tured turedThe turedThe turedThe
The murder of Officer Riley Rileyhappened Rileyhappened
happened a few fewininutes minutes after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the highwayman and his ac accomplice accomplice acA ¬
A complice had held up Frank FrankNebeker FrankNebeker PrankNebeker
Nebeker of 958 East First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South street Riley had just justcaught justcaught justcaught
caught the highwaymen and andwas andwas andwas
was taking them to the station stationwhen stationwhen stationwhen
when one of them drew his re revolver revolver revolver ¬
volver and shot the officer officerdown offic officerdown r rdown
down downThe downThe downTue
The shooting occurred just justat
at the entrance to the alley alleynorth alleynorth
north of the Studebaker Broth Brothers ¬
ers companys building at 157 157South 157So 17Soith
South So thState State street It was wit witnessed witnesed witnessed ¬
nessed by 500 persons who were werestanding werestanding werestanding
standing in front of the thOr thOrpheum Or Orpheum Orpheum
pheum theatre during the in intermission intermission ¬
7 termission of ofthe the Orpheum per performance per performance r rformance ¬
formance formanceAfter
After the murder one of the highway highwaymen ¬
men ran east through the alley al1e and the theother theother theother
other one crossed the street and ran ranthrough ranthrough ranthrough
through Orpheum avenue Policeman PolicemanYoung PolicemanYoung PolicemanYoung
Young who was within half a block of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the shotting ran to Officer Rileys aid aidHe ahlHe aidlie
He found him lying unconscious in the thegutter thegutter thegutter
gutter bleeding from two wo bullet bulletwounds bulletwounds bulletwounds
wounds The wounded otecer was car carried carried earned ¬
ried to the station where he expired expiredwithin expiedwithin expiredwithin
within a few moments and without re regaining regaining regaining ¬
gaining consciousness consciousnessSuspect consciousnessSuspect consciousnessSuspect
Suspect Is Seen SeenReports SeenReports SeenReports
Reports came to the police station late latelast late1ast latelast
last night that a man thought to have havebeen havbeen havebeen >
been the highwayman hlghva man WR seen running runnin runninthrough
through the northwestern part of the thecity theIty theCity
city Ity A dozen policemen were sent sentthrough sentthrough sentthrough
through the north yards a s of the Oregon OregonShort Oregonfhort Oregonshort
Short Line railroad to watch for the themurderer themurderer themurderer
murderer Others are patrolling all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the railroad yards to prevent his es esc esape escpe
c cpe ape by train Policemen searched all allof allof allof
of the cheap rooming houses and main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained a guard over them themal1 all night nightlong nightlong nightbng
long There were no arrests however howeverThe
The prologue to the cowardly murder murderof mur murderof er erof
of the policeman occurrea shortly shortl be before before before ¬
fore 9 oclock o ° last night Frank Nebe Nebeker NtlxkCr Nebeher > ¬
her a young man living at 95S East EastContinued EastContinued EastContinued
Continued on Page 2
The flag which Commander Peary nailed to the North pole photographed on the Roosevelt when that ship shipreached shipreached shipreached
reached New York
New York Oct 5 5The The following followingmessage foUowlngmessage followingmessage
message from President J G Schur Schufman Schurman Schurman
man of Cornell university to Comman Commander ¬
der Peary has been received in this city cityfrom cityrom cityfrom
from rom Ithaca IthacaRobert IthacaRobert IthacaRobert
Robert E Peary Nqw York Cordial Cor Cordial Cordial ¬
dial congratulations on on your discovery discoveryof
of the north pole Superb triumph of oforganization oforganization oforganization
organization skill and endurance Re Regret Regret Regret ¬
gret Marvin Is not here to share in your yourtriumphs yourtriumpls yourtriumphs
triumphs J G SCHURMAN SCHURMANCopenhagen SCHURMANCopenhlgpn SCHURMANCopenhagen
Copenhagen Oct 5 Professor 5J > Torp Torpthe Torpthe Torpthe
the rector of the university here has
received rec lvro the following cablegram from fromDr fromDr fromDr
Dr Cook CookThe CookThe CookThe
The press reports are Incorrect My Myrecords Myrecords Myrecords
records will go to you first firstSigned firstSlgled firstSigned
Signed FREDERICK A COOK COOKAccording COOKAccording COOKAccording
According to a cablegram from Co Copenhagen Copen Copenhagen ¬
penhagen pen agen received yesterday it was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated that Dr Cooks willingness to re request request request ¬
quest the th University of Copenhagen to towaive towaive towaIve
waive its it claim to the first examination examinationof
of the records of his hi journey to the thenorth thnnorth thenorth
north pole had caused keen disappoint disappointment ¬
ment in Denmark
Dr Cook after his lecture in Baltimore Baltimorelast I
last night said A wrong Impression Impressionhas i ihas
has been received In Denmark as to tojust tojust tojust
just what I said In Washington I am amglad amglad amglad
glad to announce that I shall adhere to tothe tothe tothe
the original plan to have the Univer University University University ¬
sity of Copenhagen make the first ex examination examination exarnination ¬
amination of my records but I shall ask askthat askthat askthat
that university to withhold the an announcement annotmcement annotflwement ¬
nouncement of the result of such ex examinttten examlnatJen cxaminatIeH
aminttten until the records shall have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been examined simultaneously by all the theGeographical thegPOg theceographical
Geographical gPOg phkal societies of the world
Famous MillionDollar Million Dollar Mining MiningSuit MiningSuit MiningSuit
Suit Settled Out t of ofCourt OfCourt J JCourJ
Court CourtCouncil CourJCouncU CourtCouncil
Council Bluffs Ia bet c 5 5The The famous famousmilliondollar famousmll1londoUarDoyleBurns famousmilliondollar
mll1londoUarDoyleBurns milliondollar DoyleBurns mining suit tBultWhich suitwhich suitwhich
which has been in the courts of this state statefor statefor statefor
for several y years ars has been settled and andthis andthis andthis
this afternoon in the district court urt at atGlenwood atGlenwood atGlenwood
Glenwood Mills county where the case casewas caieWas casewas
was to have come co up again next week a astipulation astipulation astlpuatlOfl
stipulation was filed signed slgn d by attorneys attorneysfrom
from Council Bluffs and Denver repre representing representing represeating ¬
senting the litigants Each side is to pay payhalf payhalf payhalf
half the costsTn the case cask as which amount amountto amo nt ntto
to many thousands of dollars The terms termsef
ef the settlement are not notdivulged divulged in the thestipulation thetlpulatlon thestipulation
stipulation and cannot canDotbe be learned This Thiscase Thisease Thiscase
case has three times been tried triedDanver tri triedDenver d dDmver
Denver Oct 5 iThe The DoyleBurns Doyl Burns suit suitis
is one of the most mo t noted in the history of ofmining ofmlnln ofmining
mining mlnln litigation Doyle and Burnswere Burnswerethe Burnswerethe
the discoverers of the great Portland mine mineat mineat
at Cripple Creek After fter ditPQslQg disj > qslng g of the theproperty theproPirty theproperty
property to toa a stock company spit was wasfiled wasflied as asnlfd
filed in Colorado by Doyle against Burns Burnsasking Burnsaskln Burnsasking
asking a million dollars as his share of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the transaction Burns secured an In Injunction Injunction Injunction ¬
junction prohibiting Doyle from bringing bringingaction bringingaction bringingaction
action in Colorado courts which Injunc Injunction Injunction Injunclion ¬
tion was ignored by Doyle who spent spentsome spentsome spentsome
some months in prieon pr on for contempt of ofcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court After his release Doyle took the thecase thecaM thecase
case > to the Iowa courts and was given ien a ajudgment ajudgment aJudgment
judgment for 6WOW 009 Burns appealed the thecase thecalle thecase
case and secured a new trial He was wasKiven wasJlvtn wasgiven
given a verdict In his favor upon which whichDoyle whichDoyle whichDoyle
Doyle appealed the case again and it was wasthe wasth wasthe
the th retrial secured by Doyle which was wasto wasto wasto
to have been b n heard when the suit was wassettled wassettled wassettled
Fire FireFollowIng Following Follow ng a Terrible Explosion ExplosionPrevented ExplosionPrevented Explo ion ionPrevented
Prevented Rescue of oft ofMen ofMen
t Men Below BelowNanaimo
Nanaimo B C Oct 5 5Thirty Thirty lives are known to have been lost in inan inan inan
an explosion that entombed more than fifty men in the Extension mine mineof mineof
of the Wellington Colliery Coll ery company here this morning Twentyfive of the theimprisoned theimprisoned th thimprisoned
imprisoned men pten were rescued but the rapidly spreading fire prevented the therescuers therescuers therescUeIS
rescuers from completing their work
Eight bodies have been recovered recoveredand recoveredand recoveredand
and the tIl workers are bringing every enryef enryeffort ef effort efr ¬
r fort to force further entrance into the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two levels affected by b the explosion in inan Inan Inan
an effort to save any who may be living livingand livingand livingand
and to recover the bodies of the dead be before before before ¬
fore they the are consumed consumedPartial consumedPartial consumedPartial
Partial List of Dead DeadThomas DeadThomas DeadThomas
Thomas OConnell OConnellRobert OConnellRobert OConneliRobert
Robert White WhiteJames WhiteJames WhiteJames
James Mollneux MollneuxD
D Irving IrvingMcGulre IrvInglcGulre IrvingMcGulre
McGulre McGulreThe McGulreThe lcGulreThe
The accident occurred at 9 oclock oclockthis oelo oclockthia < k kthis
this nforning The force of the explo explosion exploIon xploaba ¬
aba Ion was terrific blowing out stoplngs stoplngsand
and unhinging doors The first effects effectswere eftectswere effectswere
were confined to the slope In which It Itoccurred Itoccurred Itoccurred
occurred but later the fire spread and andIn andis
In 1 now burning in two levelsResCuers levels levelsReseuers levelsRescuers
ResCuers hurried to the mine from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the neighboring towns t < wm of Nanaimo Nan lmo and andLadysmith anddysm1th anlLadysmith
Ladysmith While hundreds of mn
are available for rescue work condi conditions conditions condltions ¬
tions In the mine are such that not more morethan morethan morethan
than fifty men can thus be employed employedthe
the others being compelled to stand idly idlyby Idlyby Idlyby
by and watch the attempts of their fel fellows fellows idlows ¬
lows to force an entrance Into the theslopes theslopes theslopes
slopes where the miners are entombed entombedThe entombedTbe entombedThe
The fire is constantly gaining head headway hoodwa headway ¬
way wa and while It continues c there Is Islittle Islittle Islittle
little hope of the rescuers being able to toreach tor toreach
reach r ch the imprisoned imprisonedmen men should Sho ld the theflames thefiam thefIajes
flames fiam s die down the rescuers t cuers may be beable beable beable
able to force an entrance late tonight tonightAll
All the men rescued so so far farare are badly badlyinjured badlyInjured badlyinjured
injured injuredThe InjuredThe injuredThe
The men employed In the collieries on onVancouver onVahcouver onVaheouver
Vancouver Island are of the better bett class classof classof
of British miners and all aliare are well paid paidand paidnnd paidand
and have comfortable homes homesThe homesThe homesThe
The Wellington Colliery company companywhich companywhich companywhich
which owns the Extension mine is con controlled controlled ¬
trolled by British Columbia capitalists capitalistsLK capitalistsLiuttmiLt I
LK IkutenUit utfnu t GfV lJnvrer m r Jams Dunsmuir Dunsmuirbtiiis DunsmulrbcIng
btiiis t r Ijcad IjC1 of tin corporation I I
BEfilNS AT ON ONCE ONCERepublicans E ERepublicans
Republicans Open Headquar Headquarters ¬
ters and Prepare to Prose Prosecute Prosecute Prosecute ¬
cute Victorious Campaign CampaignAfter
After a short session last night of thejoint the theJoint thejoInt
Joint committee appointed by the Repub Republican Republican Republlcan ¬
lican Democratic and Citizens city cit com committees committees cornmittees ¬
mittees to consider fusion on the city cityticketthis citytkICet citytIciet
ticketthis tkICet this fall it was decided that it itwas i iwas itwas
was Impossible 1mp Ssible to aeree and the matter matterwas mattrwasdropned rnattrwas
was wasdropned droppeti Following a tentative disi disicusslon ills illscussion dlscussion
cussion of orilie the question with no possibil possibility ¬
ity that an agreement would be reached reacheda
a motion to adJourn adj > urn was made and car carried carried carned ¬
ried and the matter ended endedPoliticians endedPoliticlans endedPoliticians
Politicians last night were agreed agreedthat agreedthatthe that thatthe thatthe
the Citizens party has practically passed passedout pa sed sedout
out of existence and that it will cut lit little little littie ¬
tle figure In the campaign camp lgn It has been beenon
on the wane for weeks and those in the theranks theranks theranks
ranks of the new party have come to real realize real2e ¬
ize 2e that the only manner in which to get geta
a business administration in Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and one that will reflect credit upon the thecity thecity thecity
city is to work and vote for the Repub Republican Republican Repubbean ¬
lican ticket ticketHeadquarters ticketHeadquarters ticketHeadquarters
Headquarters were opened yesterday In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Dooly block by the Republican city citycommittee citycommittee citycommittee
committee under the direction of City CityChairman CityChairman CityChairman
Chairman Frederick C Loofbourow and andSecretary andSecretary andSecretary
Secretary Parley Jenson and anI the work workof
of the campaign will be prosecuted with witha
a will with every prospect pro pect of success successRepublican liuccessRepublican successRepublican
Republican workers were dropping in con constantly constantlydurlng constantly ¬
stantly stantlydurlng during the day dn and expressing expressingthe
the hope that the fusion Idea would be bedropped bedropped be1ropped
dropped as the chances for a Republican Republicanvictory Republicanvictory Republicanvictory
victory are excellent
HeadOn Collision Between Two Pas Passenger Passenger Passenger ¬
senger Trains on the Illi Illinois minois liiinois ¬
nois Central CentralFarmer CentralFarmer CentralFarmer
Farmer City 111 Oct 5 5In In a ahead aheadon head headon
on colllsoin three miles south of here at
11 oclock tonight between the state statefair statefair statefair
fair special from Springfield and an another another another ¬
other Illinois Central passenger train trainfour trainfoUf trainfour
four persons were killed and nd thirty In Injured injured injured ¬
jured several perhaps fatally fatallyThe fatallyThe fatallyThe
The wreck occurred on a curve while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the trains were running at a high speed speedThe speedThe speedThe
The northbound train was heavily load loaded loaded loaded ¬
ed with visitors returning home from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the state fair at Springfield SpringfieldIt
It was some time after the crash that thatword thatwoid thatword
word was sent by telephone tel phone to Clinton ClintonA
A special train was made up and with withall withall 1thall
all the physicians available left for the thescene thescene thescene
GuthriOj Okla Oct 5 5A A negro ne o Inter Interstate interstate interstate ¬
state paeseriger phase1gdrwho serlw Who > is ejected < froth fr m a atrain atrain atrain
train in Oklahoma for refusing to com comply comply cornply ¬
ply with the Jim Crow law cannot re recover recover r rCover ¬
cover damages from the railroad com company comiany cornpany ¬
panyThis panyThis pany ianyTIils
This was decided at Newkirk today t day by byJudge byJudle by1udge
Judge Bowles of the district distrlctcourt court That Thatfeature Thatfeature Thatfeature
feature of the th law had not been beenconsid beenconsidered consid consldered considered ¬
ered in court here before
Portland Ore Oct 5 5Arthur Arthur G GWright GWright GWright
Wright who was arrested last l st Saturday Saturdayduring Saturdayduring Saturdayduring
during the visit of President Taft to ths thjscity thsclty thscity
city while attempting to take a photo photograph photograph ¬
of the President Pr < Sldent pleaded guilty to today today ¬
day to thf th < > charge if f carrying a concealed concealedweapon concealedscapon d dwcapon
weapon and was r PltDed ico ed A revolver was wasfound
found upon Wright when he was arrested
Former Congressman Declares DeclaresOur DeclaresOurMerchant
Our OurMerchant Merchant Marine MarineIs
Is a Fiction FictionCincinnati FictionCincinnati FictionCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 Oct 6 fiThe The socalled socalledUnion 50canedUnlon socalledUnion
Union of Defense bjsfovpen betWentl the e United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and Great Britain to offset offsetthe offsetthegrowing the thegrowing thegrowing
growing naval nayalpower power ofGermany aa ad advocatedtoy advocated advoeatedby ¬
vocatedtoy vocated b Lords Northctiffe Ber Beresford Beresfordand sford sfordand
and Close of England is declared to ue heabsurd lieabsurd ueabsurd
absurd J in a resolution offered today in inthe inthe Inthe
the GermanAmerican G rmanAm r1pn an alliance national nationalconvention nationalconvenUon ntttlonalconvention
convention by Dr Ernst Richards I ch r s pro professor prof profsor ¬
fessor f of German in Columbia university universityNew
New rtOf fork oIk CityFormer City CltrFormer I IFormer
Former Congressman Charles B Landis Landisof
of Indiana representing the nayy league leaguespoke leaguespoke leaguespoke
spoke on The Jlferrtiant M rd1ant Marine and Its ItsInfluence ItsInfluence ItsInfluence
Influence for Universal Peace PeaceThe PeaceThe PeaceThe
The American merchant marine as con constituted constituted constituted ¬
stituted is a fiction declared Mr Lan Landls Landis Landis
dis We will have spent JWOOOODOO 5OOOOOI in the theconstruction theconstructton theconstruction
construction of the Panama canal by b the thetime thetime thetime
time that work Is completed and when whenit
it is finished d we will not have a single singleship single2hlp singleship
ship flying the American flog engaged in inovertheseas Inovertileseas inovertheseas
overtheseas commerce to pass through throughthe
the canal canalThese canalThese canalThese
These Americans who are informed informedconsider informedcon informedconsider
consider con lder our navy a bluff other nations nationsdo
I do not regard it seriously They know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that without practically anything In the theshape theshape theshape
shape of adequate merchant marine as asauxiliary asauxiliary asauxiliary
auxiliary in time of war Its effectiveness effectivenessis
is reduced to a minimum
Richest Man in British Colum Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
bia Tires of Cares Caresof
of Office OfficeVancouver OfficeVancouer OfficeVancouver
Vancouver B C Oct 5 5Announcement 5Announcementof
of the approaching dissolution of of ofthe the Brit British British British ¬
ish Columbia legislature probably will be bemade bemade bemade
made within a week by Premier McBride McBrideWho McBrideho IcBridewho
Who ho is waiting for the appointment of a anew anew anew
new lieutenant governor before applying applyingfor
for dissolution The election is expected expectedto
to take place about the end of November NovemberJames NovemberJames NovemberJames
James Dunsmuir the retiring lieutenant lieutenantgovernor lieutenantgovernor lieutenantgovernor
governor is the richest man in the prov province province preyInce ¬
ince The Canadian Pacific railway re recently recently recently ¬
cently purchased from him several hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred thousand acres of land on Vancou Vancouver ¬
ver island and the Esquimault Nanaimo Nanaimorailroad NanalmoraIlroad Nanaimorailroad
railroad is said to be negotiating for the theremaining theremaining theremaining
remaining Dunsmuir lands and the great greatcollieries greatcolllerips greatcoliieres
collieries Is behig Mr Dunsmufrs purpose purposeto purposeto
to retLe from active business R C CWade CWade CWade
Wade a Vancouver lawyer is his prob probable probable probable ¬
able successor as governor governorThe goernorThe governorThe
The railroad situation is hastening Fre Fremlef pret Prelmier
mier MbBrldes M Brldek appeal to the country c The TheCanadian TheCanadian Th ThCanadian
Canadian Northern and the Grand Trunk TrunkPacific TronkPacific TrunkPacific
Pacific are engaged in a neckandneck neckandneckrace
race through the Yellow Head pass west westof westpf westpf
pf Edmonton coming to the cast and It Itis ItIs itIs
is to decide some important irnportaritqnestlons questions re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding these lines that the premier premierwishes premierwishes premierwishes
wishes to address himself after his gov government government government ¬
ernment shall have been sustained at the thepolls thepons thepolls
polls as ashe he beli bellves ves it will be The gov government governmentundoubtedly government ¬
ernment ernmentundoubtedly undoubtedly will submit to the thenew thenew thenew
new legislature in February some pro proposal proposal proposal ¬
posal to assist the coming of the Cana Canldian ¬
dian Northern The Grand Trunk Pacific
is already alr ad heavily subsidized by the fed federal federal federal ¬
eral government
Antwerp Oct 5 5Van Van VanOrleys Orleys famous famouspicture famouspicture famouspicture
picture of The Last Judgment which whichwas whichWl3 whichwts
was painted on wood in 1535 has been sold soldto soldto soldto
to N Nlw w York Neither thp name of the thebuyer thebu thebuyer
buyer bu er nor the priJt rl t has been made pub public pUblic pubho ¬
Three Cities Visited by Presi President President President ¬
dent and Intense Enthusiasm EnthusiasmShown EnthusiasmShown EnthusiasmShown
Shown by the Patriotic Citi Citizens Citizens Citizens ¬
zens Whenever He Appeared AppearedSTREETS App AppearedSTREETS ared aredSTREETS
Goodbye Shouted to Soldiers Soldierson
on Transport Thomas as asThey asThey asThey
They Started on their Voy Voyage Voyage Voyage ¬
age to the Philippine Islands IslandsHONOR IslandsHONOR Islands1HONOR
San Francisco Oct 5 5After After spend spending spending spending
ing the entire forenoon in the cities citiesof
of Berkeley and Oakland across the thebay theI thebay
I bay President Taft was welcomed toSan to toSan toSan
San Francisco this afternoon by a athrong athrong athrong
throng which lined the walks in insome insome insome
some places ten deep along a line of ofmarch ofmarch ofmarch
march extending over nearly three threemiles threemiles threemiles
miles of the principal streets The Theschool Theschool Theschool
school children of this city Oakland Oaklandand Oaklandand Oaklandand
and Berkeley gave their joyous cheers cheersfor cheersfor cheersfor
for the President and as in most of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the other cities Mr Taft has visited visitedon
on this hip were one of the prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent features of his reception receptionVisiting receptionVisiting receptionVisiting
Visiting three cities and spending spendingthreequarters spendingthreequarters spendingthreequarters
threequarters of an hour on San Fran Francisco FrancIsco Francisco ¬
cisco bay the President had a busy day dayAs dayAs dayAs
As he was crossing from Oakland Mole Moleto
to San Francisco the army arm transport transportThomas transportThomas transportThomas
Thomas was setting sail for the Philip Philippine PhlUppine Philippine ¬
pine islands and by the Presidents re request request request ¬
quest the revenue cutter Golden Gate Gateon
on which he was a passenger was wasdrawn wasdrawn wasdrawn
drawn up alongside the big vessel vesselwhose yesselwhose vesselwhose
whose sides were lined with soldiers
and the families of officers On the thebridge thebridge thebridge
bridge of the transport the Philippine PhilippineConstabulary PhilippineConstabulary PhilippineConstabulary
Constabulary band which played at the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents inauguration in Washing Washington ¬
ton was with him recently at Seattle Seattleand Seattleand Seattleand
and was present this morning in the theGreek th thGreek theGreek
Greek theatre at Berkeley when he hemade hemade hemade
made an address In that classic amphi amphitheatre amphitheatre amphitheatre ¬
theatre was drawn UD and was play playing playing playing ¬
ing Hail to the Chief as the President Presidentshouted Presidentshouted Presidentshouted
shouted across the water to the khakl khaklolad khaklolad khakiolad
olad soldiers Goodbye boys I wish wishyou wishyou wishyou
you a pleasant voyage voyageAnswered voyageAnsWered voyageAnswered
Answered With a Cheer CheerAnswering CheerAnswering CheerAnswering
Answering cheers came back to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President The propeller of the trans transport transport transport ¬
port began to churn the water Into a afoam afoam afoam
foam a rippling wave Uve spread from the thebow thebOv thebow
bow as the vessel gay with flagsgained flags fiagsgained flagsgained
gained headway and the President Presidentlooked Presidentlooked
I looked wistfully wistful toward the Golden GoldenGate GoldenGate GoldenGate
Gate GateDoes
Does It make you ou feel homesick Mr MrPresident MrPresident MrPresident
President 7 asked Captain Butt his hisaide hisaide hisaide
aide who himself had seen long service serviceIn
In the Philippines PhilippinesIndeed PhilippinesIndeed PhilippinesIndeed
Indeed It does replied Mr Taft Taftand Taftand Taftand
and I would give anything If I were weregoing weregoing weregoing
going with them themThe themThe themThe
The President never loses an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity while on the coast to speak a agood agood agood
good word for the Philippines and he is isalways Isahvas isalways
always sure of a j responsive remo lve apprecia appreciation aprecIation ¬
tion Referring to his own experiences experiencesat
at Manila in one of his addresses today todayhe
he said You never can tell what the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future Is going to bring about It Itseemed Itseemed Itseemed
seemed a long way around to the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House to go out 10000 miles into the thetropics thetropics thetropics
tropics but there is where it landed landedme landedArrived
me m
Arrived In a Fog FogThe FogThe FogThe
The President reached the shores of ofSan ofSan ofSan
San Francisco bay early this morning morningwith morningwith morningwith
with a typical fog hanging over the thecities thecities thecities
cities that front the harbor Before 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock however the sun had burned burnedits
its way through the gray mist clouds cloudsand cIouasand clouasand
and when the President reached reach d San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco at 1 oclock the day was one oneof oneof oneof
of blueskied splendor splendorBerkeley splendorBerkele splendorBerkeley
Berkeley had the honor of being the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first city overlooking the bay to wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come the President Pr hd nt He was driven in inan inan inan
an automobile to the Greek theatre of ofttte oftlie ofthe
ttte University of California where he hewas hewas hewas
was greeted by Professor Bernard BernardMoses Bernard11oses BernardMoses
Moses who had served with Mr Taft Taftin
in the Philippines The President made madea
a brief address in which he declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that Ideals in popular government were werea
a splendid splendldthtng thing to cultivate but that thatthe thatthe thatthe
I the man at the helm must be content contentwith contentwith contentwith
with a compromise must accept his re responsibilities responllblllUes responelbilitles ¬
sponsibilities and play the game gamewhether gamewhether gamewhether
whether he succeeded In bringing the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people to follow him or had to follow followthe followthe followthe
the people peopleFrom peopleFrom peopleFrom
From Berkeley the President went to toOakland toOakland toOakland
Oakland and made an address to an anoutdoor anoutdoor anoutdoor
outdoor throng of several thousands thousandsIn
In both Berkeley and Oakland he re received received received ¬
ceived a hearty greeting from crowds crowdslining crowdslining crowdslining
lining the sidewalks of the long lines of ofmarch otmarch ofmarch
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Oklahoma City Okla Oct 5 5Upon Upon the theacceptance theacceptance theacceptance
acceptance of securities offered the state statebanking statebanking statebanking
banking board today by W L 1 Norton and andsome andsome andsonic
some associates It was said tonight on onauthority onauthority onauthority
authority that the Columbia Bank Trust Trustcompanys Trostcompanys Trustcompanys
companys bank will be b turned back Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the hands of Its owners probably tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row The securities offered are said to tohave tohave tohave
have been brought from the east to sup supplement supplement supplement ¬
plement other papers offered by I M MPutnam MPutnam 31Putnam
Putnam of Oklahoma City a prominent prominentfigure prominentfiguru prominentfigure
figure in the reorganization of the Insti Institution Instlt instititlon ¬
tution t tlon According to1 t MV fr Putnam the fhecompany thecompany thecompany
company will have a capital stock and andsurplus andsurplus andsurplus
surplus of 1600000 OOOOO when the transfer Is Isformally Isformally Isformally
formally executed
Wright Brothers Will Engage in inManufacture inManufacture InManufacture
Manufacture of Aeroplanes AeroplanesNew eroplanesNew
New York Oct 6 5Unless Unless some change changeof
of heart shall alter a decision announced announcedtoday announcedtoday announcedtoday
today by Wilbur Wright the spectacular spectacularflight spectacutarflight spectacularflight
flight made here yesterday bj b the Day Dayton DR DRton Dayton ¬
ton aviator is the last which he or his hisbrother hiSbrother hisbrother
brother Orville will make In public publicWright publicVrlght publicWright
Wright left for Washington tonight to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue the Instruction of army officers officersin
in aeroplaning He expects to pass two twoor twoor twoor
or three weeks In teaching Lieutenants LieutenantsLahm LieutenantsLahm LieutenantsLahrn
Lahm and Foulters and other officers officersAfter ofCIcersAtter officersAfter
After that he will go to Dayton O Oand 0and C Cand
and arrange for the manufacture of his hisaeroplanes hisaeroplanes hisaeroplanes
aeroplanes on an extensive scale
Vigorous Tremblings Sweep Sweepfrom Sweepfrom Sweepfrom
from Northeast to Southwest SouthwestOver SouthwestOver Southwe3tp
Over a Long Stretch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Intermountain Country CountryBRIGHAM CountryBRIGHAM CountryBRIGHAM
In I n Salt Lake Pictures Pictu res Are AreShaken AreShaken AreShaken
Shaken to the Floors Floorsof FloorsofMany of ofMany ofMany
Many North Bench Homes HomesWalls HomesWalls HomesWalls
Walls of Buildings Sag SagREPETITION SagREPETITION
Two distinct earthquake shocks shockspreceded shockspreceded shockspreceded
preceded by vigorous tremblings and andseismic andseismic andseismic
seismic waves swept from northeast northeastto
to the southwest over 150 miles of ofintennountain ofintermountain ofintermountain
intermountain territory between 730 730and 7 30 30and 30and
and 830 8 30 oclock last night nightFrom nightFrom nightProm
From as far north as Preston Ida Idato Idato Idato
to a point south of Salt Lake the tre tremors tremors iremors ¬
mors and alarming jarrings of the theearth theearth theearth
earth were felt in varying degrees of ofstrength ofstrength ofstrength
strength with withBrigbath Brigham City and Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den to the north registering the thestrongest thestrongest thestrongest
strongest waves indicating the cen center center center ¬
ter of o the disturbance disturbanceThe disturbanceThe
The seismograph at the University Universityof
of Utah registered the strongest local localdisturbance localdisturbance localdisturbance
disturbance in many years
The first shock at 741 7 41 p m sent the thesensitive thesensitive thesensitive
sensitive recording needle zigzagging zlgzagglngacross
across the he recording plate in a lively livelymannei JlvelymanneI livelymanner
mannei Fred J Pack profe 6 t in incharge incharge incharge
charge of the instrument hurrlfcd hurr1 from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his home and arrived In time to witness witnessthe wltnet8the witnesstli
the tli recording rt of the Jast tremor which whichbegan whichbegan whichbegai
began at 824 and lasted several min minutes minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes This was the first opportunity opportunityanyone opportunityanyone opperthnityanyone
anyone at the university has yet had of ofobserving ofobsening ofobserving
observing th the Instrument In action A Athe Ag Agthe Athe
the second shock came on the heavy heavyglass heav heavg heavyglass
glass g cases c in n which hl the th seismograph is isstationed Isstationed isstationed
stationed shook violently and for a mo moment moment momeat ¬
ment the needle threatened thre i ned to Jump Jumpfrom jumpfrom jumpfrom
from the recording sheet so wide was wagits wasIts wasIts
its zigzag path pathShocks pathShocks pathShocks
Shocks Felt Here HereThroughout HeroThroughout HereThroughout
Throughout the city clt the shocks were werevery werlVvery weravery
very distinctly felt On the north bench benchabsolute benchabsolute benchabsolute
absolute darkness reigned for several severalminutes severalminutes severalminutes
minutes following the first tremor and andIn andin andin
In some instances the thewaUs walls bulged bulgedslightly bUlgedsliShtly bulgedslightly
slightly and shook pictures to the floor floorTelephone floorTelephone floorTelephone
Telephone operators In the upper sto stories stori storide ¬
ride ri 8 of the Rocky Mountain Bell and the theIndependent theIndependent theIndependent
Independent Telephone companies sev several several several ¬
eral of whom had experienced the theshocks theshocks theshocks
shocks which destroyed San Francisco Franciscoreported Franciscoreported Franciscoreported
reported the same peculiar crackling of ofthe otthe ofthe
the wires as though the thesoqnd sound bad been beenpicked beenpicked beenpicked
picked up from the tb subterranean re regions regions reglons ¬
gions Many 11an were for the moment pan panicstricken panIcstricken panIcstricken ¬
icstricken but all stayed by their posts postsuntil I0818until postsuntil
until it was over overThe overThe overThe
The second shock was th the more vlof vloflent violent vk vklent
lent of the two It came on with a pe peculiar peculiar pecuhlar ¬
culiar tremor preceding it which greW grew1Into greWInto grewinto
Into a wave and ended abruptly with withthree withthree withthree
three Jarring movements of the earth earthThis earthThis I IThis
This last disturbance Creatpd reatp4sb4ne reatp4sb4nething Some Something something ¬
thing bordering on panic in several severaldowntown severaldowntown severaldowntown
downtown buildings Guests of the theKenyon UleKenyon theKenyon
Kenyon and Wilson hotels some of ofwhom otwhoW ofwhom
whom had been in the pan San an Francisco FranciscoeaHnquake Franciscoeatlhtuakerushed FranciscOeaifl
eaHnquake eatlhtuakerushed eaifl ake rushed from their rooms roomsand roomand toomand
and down the stairs in fright but the thesudden thesudden thesudden
sudden cessation c e atlon of the disturbance re reassured reassured reassured ¬
assured them Many people declared declaredthat
that the queer movements of the earth earthwere earthwere earthwere
were identical with those of the great greatSan greatSan greatSan
San Francisco quake quakeRock quakeRock quakeRock
Rock Ledge Settles SettlesProfessor SettlesProfessor SettlesProfessor
Professor Fred J Pack said that the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great fault plane or rock ledges ex extending extending extending ¬
tending along the western slope of the theWasatch theWasatch theWasatch
Wasatch mountains had settled slight slightly sUghtlYe ¬
ly The ledge which extends over 10 10miles 10milu lOG lOGmiles
miles Is a formation distinctly condu conduContlnued conduContinued conduContinued
Continued on Page 2
The Duchess of Manchester and her herchild herchild herchild
child childSpecial childSpeefal childSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanCincinnati HeraldRepublicanCincinnati 1
Cincinnati CincinnatlOct Oct 5 5Vfrd Wiprd was sva received receivedfrom receedfrom receivedfrom
from Salt Lake today that the Ohio so society soclet societyof ¬
ciety clet cietyof of Utah is preparing to give a re reception rece recQptIonte ¬
ception ce t1onta to th DukaandDucheee of Man Manchester Manchester Manchester ¬
chester upon their forthcoming visit to the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital of Utah The Th Duchess Duc of Man Manchester 1tanchester Maitchester ¬
chester is the daughter of Eugene EugeneZlm EugeneZlmmerman Zim Zimmerman Zirilmerinan ¬
merman of Cincinnati Cinoin ati the railroad mag magnate magnate inagnate ¬
nate and Her marriage to the he English Englishpeer Englisheer Englishpeer
peer eer is conceded to be b one of the few fewhappy fewl1app fewhappy
happy marriages between American girls girlsof
of wealth and European nobles noblesIt
It is the intention of the Manchestercouple Manchestercouple Manchester Ianchestercouple
couple to make a tour of the world ao accompanied aocompanied aocompanied ¬
companied by theJr young son before set settling settling settling ¬
tling down again at their English home homeThey homeThey homeThey
They plan to tour thewest theWestvilltlng visiting Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Denver Los Angeles San Fran Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco and Seattle then embark for the theOrient theOrient theOrient
Orient and making a tour of the world worldbefore worldbefore worldbefore
before they the finish their trip They appre appreciate appreciate appredate ¬
ciate the compliment tendered them by
the Ohio society soclel of Utah U h but have not notdetermined notdetermined notdetermined
determined whether they will be able to toattend toattend toattend
attend the reception rece tion They will make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their tour of this country in Mr Zim Zimmermans Zimmermans Zimmermans ¬
mermans private car which he uses by byvirtue b bvirtue byvirtue
virtue of the fact fa t that hq h is president of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several railroads
New York Oct 5 5The The fight for the theoffice theoffl theoffice
office offl e of district attorney of New York Yorkcourtly Yorkcourtty Yorkcounty
courtly became triangular today when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Democratic county convention nomi nominated nominated nominated ¬
nated George Gordon Battle an organi organization organization organizatlon ¬
zation Tammany man manand and former assist assistant asistnnt assistan ¬
ant an dtetj 4Jstjctl ctattorney ttorney for the place placeRJlKfit placejiJIn placeMi1ip
jiJIn RJlKfit t Travers ti VlS Jerome is running in independently Inependentlyfor ¬ I
dependently for reelection while the Re Republican RepUblican Repubiican ¬
publican nomination fell to Charles S SWhiteman SWhiteman SWhiteman
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpringfield HeraldRepublicanSpringfield IreraldRepublicanSpringfield
Springfield III Oct 5 governor Dp Dpneen DIneen D Dneen
neen today honored a requisition requi ltlon from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the governor of Utah for the tbereturn return to toOgden toOgden toOgden
Ogden of George L Gunther who is un under under under ¬
der arrest in Chiqago and who is want wanted wanted ¬
ed in Ogden on the charge of larceny on onSept onSept onSepL
Sept 8 91DOO 1900 iiy of J1SO iso the property of Hitdah HitdahRingdahl HlldahRingdahl HiidahRingdahl
Victoria B C Oct 5 5A A large quan quantity quantity quantity ¬
tity of opium in five tael tins was found foundtoday foundtoday foundtoday
today secreted in false bottoms and false falsesides falsesides falsesides
sides of trunks belonging to Chinese im immigrants immigrants liiimigrants ¬
migrants who were among the 663 6 that thatarrived thatarrived thatarrived
arrived last l st night on the steamer Kee Keemun Keemun Keemun
mun When the customs officials located locatedthe locatedthe locatedthe
the opium all the Chinese disclaimed disclal d own ownership ownership ownership ¬
President Taft Will Back Up Mon Monetary Monetary Monetary ¬
etary Commission in Annual AnnualMessage AnnualMessage AnnualMessage5
Message MessageWashington Message5Washington
Washington Oct 11 llOne One eloquent fact factthat that with coffers overflow overflowing oerflowing I Iing
ing with gold America was obliged to appeal to Europefor Europe for relief in the thepanic thepanic thepanic
panic of of1907is 1907 is a strong point of the argument that will be made to tocongress tocongress tocongress
congress by the advocates of a revision of the monetary system of the thecountry thecouxlt17
country r
According to the treasury statistics statisticsproduced statisticsRroauc statisticsprojucd
produced by George GeorgeH H Reynolds Re I101dspres I101dspresille pres president presMeht ¬
ident ille t of the American Bankers assb assbciatlon assoelation asaociation
elation In the course of his statement statementto
to that body when the first blast of ofevil o oevil oevil
evil timescame in 1907 the theUnited United States Statestreasury Statestreasury Statestreasury
treasury held over 100000000 more nore gold goldthan goldthan goldthati
than the great national banks of Eng England England England ¬
land Germany and nd France combined combinedwhile combinedwhile combinedwhile
while circulating outside the treasury treasuryamong treasuryamong treasuryamong
among the national and nd state banks banksand banksand banksand
and the people p ople was at least twice the thegold thegold thegold
gold treasure held by all of those great greatEuropean greatEuropean greatEuropean
European banks Yet this vast hoard in inthe IntheUnlted Inthe
the theUnlted United States was entirely entlr ly un unavailable unavailable unavailable ¬
available The credit of the national nationalgovernment nationalgovernment nationalgovernmeiit
government stood unimpaired but the thebusiness thebusIness thebusiness
business Interests int rests of the country were werecrippled werecrippled werecrippled
crippled for lack of the currency which whichis
is their lifeblood and only a resort to tothe tothe tothe
the issue of clearing house certificates certificatesprevented CErtlfiatesprevtnteQ certificatesprevented
prevented the panic from assuming assuminggreater assumingcreater assuminggreater
greater proportions than It did
Congress must meet this situation in inthe Inthe Inthe
the near future for the legislation that thatwas thatwa thatwas
was enacted a alIttie little over a y year er r ago was wasbut Walbut
but temporary in Its nature and must b beither W Weither Weither
either supplanted or reenacted Into per permanent permanent permanent ¬
manent law This realization of the need needfor netdfor needfor
for action by the national legislature has hasserved haflsented hasserved
served to direct attention to various pro projeots prOotjects protjeots
jeots that have been advanced as proper propersolutions propetsolutions propersolutions
solutions of the problem and first and andforemost andforemost andforemost
foremost among amQn them stands the proposed propo proposednational ecJ
national natl nRI central bank The scheme stands
In this relation to others far a double doublereason doublreason doubtreason
reason It Is the common belief that It Itwill Itwill I Iwihi
will form the basis of the curative legis legislation legislation legislation ¬
lation to be recommended by the mone monetary monetary monetary ¬
tary commission and President Taft In tnhis Inhis Inills
his recent Boston speech has signified his hisown hisown hisown
own favorable disposition towards the theproject theproject theproject
project Consequently it is timely and andappropriate andappropriate andappropriate
appropriate to disclose to the public just justwhat justwhat justwhat
what is believed to be In the minds of the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and Senator Aldrich and the lat latters latters hatters
ters seventeen colleagues on the mone monetary monetal monetary ¬
tary tal commission when they refer to the theContinued theContinued theContinued
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