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TKEMONT TIMES UTAH WON GRAND PRIZE HIE BY C. E. SHERMAN FOB HER FRUIT EXHIBIT UTAH. THEtflONTON CANS BUILDERS IN GIVEN IS FORTY-SECO- DECISION GUNS ROUND ND at National Irrigation Congress Awarded Silver Cup Against All Competitors. Much of the wheat In the Monroe Is rusty, and a very light jrield it iug Is expected. Fourteenth Session of Irriga ONLY OE PLEASURE DEIGN OF TERROR FORTH WELCOME One of the Greatest Display THINK DUHING MEET IN BOISE UTAH STATE NEWS BELCHED Fights In Pugilistic History Brought to An End When Nelson Fouled the Colored Man. tion Congress Held in Idaho's Capital. A Magnificent Array of War ships of Every Class Re- Russians Seem Indifferent to Fate, Having No Thought of Tomorrow, Spending Vast Sums in Riotous Living. Ida. I' tah won back on viewed by President. GoMfleld, Nevada. In the Wednesday the supremacy in fruits 9t Petersburg. The renewal of terwhich it lost to Idaho at Ogden three round of one of the greatest rorism on a large scale has greatly inyears ago. The victory was decisive pugilistic battles in the history of the tensified the hostility of the ruling and the unanimous decision of the Utah Man Has Honor of of the classes against the Jews, who long Presiding at country, Battling Nelson fouled Joe Representative Gathering the colored fighter, and Referee Can judges was approved by 95 per cent American Navy, About One-thirOpening Session Vice President have been regarded as the brains of or more of Boise's inhabitants and vis Siler gave the fight to Gans. of the Fighting Forces Being Fairbanks is Present, While tho revolution, and, it is believed, itors. Referee Siler claims the foul was in the Review, Affording President Roosevelt Sends has correspondingly diminished the hour silver loving cups were ofaltogether a palpable one. After the Greeting. Imposing Spectacle. chances of the Jews obtaining more fered by the congress. That for fruits blow was struck, Gans slowly sank to than a nominal enlargement of their was won by Utah; grains and grasses the floor and was carried to his cor rights. Every official report of assasCanyon county, Idaho; vegetables, Ada ner. Referee Siler immediately disBoise, da. More than a thousand Oyster Bay, N. Y. Under skies that sination or other crime emphasizes the county, Idaho. The cup for sugar delegates, representing about half of qualified Nelson and gave the fight to broke brilliantly blue before a whisrole played in it by Jews; and the last beett has not been awarded. The the states of the Union, were present Gans on a foul. The blow was struck tling gale which swept down Long week saw the launching of two parjudges have examined the displays and on Monday when the National Irriga- low, after Nelson apparently felt Island Sound and blew out to sea the ties, "the at St. Petersburg, National," sent the beets to the chemist of the tion congress assembled for its four- around on the negro for a vital point sullen clouds and tempestuous rains and the "Russian Popular party," at Nampa sugar factory for a test as to teenth annual session. to place it. The decision of Siler met which had threatened to immeasur Moscow, the principal planks in whose rugar contents, on which the decision Oregon was represented by nearly with the approval of nearly every one ably mar the spectacle, President platforms are for tho exclusion of will be based. 200 delegates, i'tah scjnt nearly as present. At the time the blow was Roosevelt on Monday, within hailing Jews from all political activity ana At the morning session of the con and the California many, delegation of struck the final outcome was still in distance of his summer home, re from service an the army, the latter to Dick Mooneye, ai Indian, tilled up on gress on Wednesday William K. Mc doubt. Gans had a long lead on viewed the most magnificent naval be commuted, as in the cases of Tarabout sixty was third incumbers. bad whisky in Salt Lake one night Allister of Denver, the first sneaker. but the Battler was still com fleet ever assembled under the Amer tars and Finns, for a Vice President who ar points, Fairbanks, last week, and almost scared a score dealt with money considerthe immigration question rived at Boise before daylight, was ing on for more and was apparently ican nag. rorty-nvof the most ation. The Moscow organization proof women to death, before being and raised issues that involved the escorted to the theatre in Riverside as strong as Gans. Twice during the splendid types of the fighting vessel rounded up by the police. poses to rid the country of Jews by congress In most earnest discussion 11 o'clock at and a battle Nelson was knocked down, but afloat lay at anchor in three long col endorsing the Zionist movement and received park The Coloradoan advocated foreign im a Reginald Jackson, migration. John P. Irish of California hearty welcome, the audience standing in each case came up as strong as if unins as the naval yacht Mayflower urging the government to assist it. Bait Lake boy, was struck by an autoasked the congress if it would not be and applauding for fully a minute. t did not affect him. After the fight wnich just a year ago was written It is remarkable that amid all the mobile and his leg broken, while he, better to close the Gans claimed he broke his right hand into history as the meeting ground of crime, bloodshed and horror with country's gad s to the after of arrival the Immediately in company with a number of other the more than 1,000,000 of foreign vice president the congress wars called in the thirty-thirround and fought the peace plenipotentiaries of Russia which the country is filled, the music immigrants who were coming annual lads, was playing in the street. to order by L. W. Shurtliff of Ogden, from that time until the end of the and Japan, passed up and down the hall and cafes are thronged nightly by and the of ly own our land give youth The Rio Grande Western is double-trackina higher opportunity. The Califor- - first vice president. Governor George contest entirely with his left hand. lines. The Mayflower's journey was gay crowds. A brother of Premier its main line from Soldier nian declared that the immigration C. Pardee of California, made amid a continuous boom of sa Stolypin, writing in the Novoe Vrem-yof Referee Siler warned Nelson against president a was not to to Summit today Colton, at the branch patriotic immigration. the was detained in Cali fouling by butting with his head sevluting cannons, and gun after gun calls attention to this weakness of B parasitic immigration. C. W forniacongress, the Scofield and Winter Quarters but and will eral times during the contest, and spoke the navy's honor to the com his countrymen, who, in the presence not be present. Mott of St. Paul, general immigration mines, a distance of seven miles. James A. Pinney, mayor of Boise, said he did not disqualify Nelson at mander in chief of all America's mili of the greatest crisis, he says, think agent of the Northern Pacific railroad Joseph C. Jones died at Mammoth agreed with Colonel Irish. and Governor Frank R. Gooding wel the time because he believed Gans tary forces. only of pleasure. M. Stolypin says it The morning session closed with an comed from the effects of chloroform while the delegates to the capital of was not hurt and the crowd wanted to President Roosevelt as had his was always thus in Russia; that ofW. address II. Newell of the reela by undergoing an operation for a dissee a fight. guests on board the Mayflower the ficers on the eve of a battle carouse matron service on tne motnoi's under the Gem state. located hip, caused by a fall while which Irrigation projects are con President "Tex" Rickard announced secretary of the navy and several oth and spend money that would feed vfovernor uooaing spoke at some ducted. before the fight that the actual purse er government officials, members of attending to some duties near the of the several great irrigation length starving peasant families. He calls it At the afternoon session discussion was 33,500, of which Nelson was to house. tne senate and house committee on the spirit which inspired the orgies of of "Laws Governing Water Rights projects now in course of completion get $22,500 and Gans $11,000. naval affairs, and the naval attaches the middle ages, while thousands were Henry M. Hansen, post quarterand Methods of Appropriating Water in Idaho. of eight of the powers of the world The convention was roused to ap master sergeant, U. S. A., who has by Different States" was introduced AWFUL CRIME OF YOUTH. dying of the plague. The only reacThere was something of an object les plause when Governor Gooding re been on duty In Ogden for some by Dr. Elwood Mead of the reclama tion noticeable is the increase in the tion service. State engineers repre rerred to President Roosevelt, stating Stuns Boy With Brick and Then son in this gathering of a representa months, has received orders to protive array of the American navy activity of the Black Hundred organ periling ten states were present, but that it was at St. Anthony, in the Buries Him Aliv-jceed to Manila on the first available of the fighting forces ization. Count Konovnitsin, the head about the only speakers were John W. Lewis state of Idaho, where President Roose six velt his made first of Oregon and John W. Wado of Helyears ago Robert Gordon, aged 16. being in the review. of the organization Chicago. transport. known as the When the parade of the Mayflower "True Russian promise to the west to give his sup has confessed that he struck Joseph ena, Mont., president of the State En whose life In a runaway accident near Elsln-orPeople." was over and the president had looked port to the movement for the enact association. 8 years old. with a brick, stunwas attempted recently, calls on his a party of young people were gineers' with critical eye at each of the Richard W. Young of Salt Lake City ment of a national reclamation law Reed, The great irrigation works in Idaho ning him, and then buried him alive thrown from the vehicle, Miss Belle read a paper on "Sugar Beet Iegisla vessels, his yacht came to followers to revenge his death by the Silvester sustaining a broken leg, lion." His argument was against the now nearing completion, he said, were beneath the sidewalk in front of his anchor and he received on board the destruction of thousands of those "who the fruition of this promise made by father's home, 2878 Archer avenue. commanding officers of the fleet. Then are terrorizing the nation under the while Dan Washburn had one of his free admission of sugar from the Phil President Roosevelt. followed a gala luncheon, at which the ippines, as has been persistently advo Gorof liberty," in case the next atars badly torn. United States Senator Fred T. Du The boy's body was found where cated before congress. officers, the government officials, the flag inan he had buried it. After don said is successful. tempt of H. Idaho Colonel bois voiced Robert Idaho's of senators welcome the and Arthur Messenger, under arrest In congressmen Harrington attaches, In the vendetta between the govern South Carolina delegation presented to Vice President Fairbanks, and vestigation by the police Gordon was were guests, together with a number Bait Lake City, is accused of desert"The Drainage Needs of South Caro when he touched upon national poli 'aken Into custody. When taken to of the persona! friends of the ment and revolujgmarles, women, and ing his wife and four children at Den- Una." tics, referring to the vice president asd the station and questioned by the poespecially giriBwho have always ver, and without going to the trouble of Questions of climatology and rain the liberation Gordon pnmvinntjMKin broke down and confessed lice,, discussed by Mr. Branden convention responded with the hearti MURDEROUSLY INSANE. getting a divorce, marrying Miss fall were movement, continue to ten act leadPite he baseto in charge of the weather bureau est applause. that enticed the the boy burg, roles. Many of them are high born. Laura Nelson of Bingham. at Denver. Senator Dubois declared that If it ment of the Reed home, mistreatea Iowa Maniac is After Princess Obolenski was arrested Sat Overpowered A large number of Indin war vetershould transpire that the vice presi- him, and when he to escape urday at Rybinsk, near Yaroslav, for Shooting Several Men. GRAND UPRISING PLANNED. ans and their families from Utah coundent should lead the great party of struck him on the attempted participating in a conspiracy. head with brick. a which he Is a distinguished member. Council Bluffs. Ia. August Kruger, ty and the surrounding country and if fate should decree that he be He then buried him alive. Five other a wealthy Pottawatomie county man. NTERVENTION THE ONLY HOPE. n All Central American Regathered at the Provo lake resort for People the next president, the people of Idaho boys, ranging in age from 15 to 20 went insane to Rise. publics & four suddenly Saturday afterdays' campfire of the Black would feel assured that they had a years old, who had been drinking with New Orleans. The existence of an most ardent supporter in the presiden Gordon at the rear of the Reed home noon at his residence in the town of Uncle Sam Must Step in and Settle Hawk Veterans, last week. Trouble in Cuba. tial office, for the vice president, said before the murder became known. Hancock. From his front porch he The sum of $1,400 was paid last alleged junta which is said to be wore Reed taken into The custody. the of one has been Senator Havana. "Neither side can whip Dubois, fired a rifle into a crowd of men who funds and supplies for a revo week to the farmers about Sprlng-vlllmost consistent advocates of legisla- and Gordon families live near one an- were the other," is the concise statement woundand passing dangerously and been other friends for have for cucumbers. The money was lution to be started simultaneously years. tion for the reclamation of the arid now heard everywhere in Havana, and"" ed Dr. Albert Stevens. He shot sevabout November in the five Central regions. paid by the National Pickle company NO RELAXATION OP VIGILANCE. Sidebot-tom- , it mey also be fairly construed to be eral Jesse HonAmerican Costa A times, from President Roosevelt letter wounding Rica, republics, of Salt Iake, one of the largest food duras. Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatethe the members of the congress was to Dun Johnson James Frank and growing conviction of thoughtful In Utah, has ware- mala, is announced here. producing plants Don read and received with warm ap Russian Cabinet Decides to Continue can, all well known residents of Han persons throughout the island. At houses at Kaysville, Ijehi, Sprlngvllie Urgatel, who says he Is a cousin plause. The following message was Revolutionists. Fight Against at A this hab Havana, mob cock. citizens of least, separation organized of Pollcarpo Honilla, brother of the sent by the congress to the president: and Spanish Fork. St Petersburg. At a protracted armed witn revolvers and guns, stir led, among all unprejudiced persons, president of Honduras, said in an in"The fourteenth national Irrigation At a meeting of the business men terview: to expressions of an ardent hope that congress, by resolution adopted, re- session of the cabinet Friday evening rounded Kruger's house and riddle of Ogden held at the Weber club "I am Informed that there is to be a turns sincere thanks for the prerogative of the Piatt resoluyour splendid the conclusion was readied that, in it with bullets. Kruger was shot fou arte times, but not dangerously, rooms, It was decided to inaugurate general uprising in the five republics. message to the congress, delivered view of the will soon be utilized by the United tion conditions, any existing was he which captured. a "feet acquainted" trip to Ely, Nev., My mission is to collect funds for a through your personal representative. relaxation in the for the purpose of effectually States of the governrigor revolution In Honduras, where Hon. Gilford Pinchot." some time during the month. The 'FRISCO'S DEATH ROLL. ment's policy is utterly out of the Ronllla. my cousin, will lead tho putting an end to a condition that president and secretary of the club Insurgent forces The people of the WOULD EXCLUDE JAPANESE. question, and that it is necessary to everybody believes is otherwise bound were authorized to complete arrange- five republics in Central America are Number of Victims in Great Disaste to continue the battle against the revolugrow more and more intolerable. all dissatisfied with their rulers." ments for a special train to carry the the Senator Stirs State California Five Hundred. Up Nearly Nobody appears to believe that the forces at with all the means tionary I'rgalel added that he believed an atOgden people. command. It also was decided that Republican Clubs. San Francisc j. In all 452 people insurgents will take Havana, although tempt at revolution In Salvador will this is not regarded as impossible, eselections for members of parliaR. EL Little and C. D. Hagerty, who be In a failure, but that he hopes for Santa Cruz, Cel. A spirited debate the perished as the result of the disaster pecially when it is considered that coment on be should same held the date success other in the republics. have been trying to break the transof April 18. the local health depart was created at the convention of the operation in such a movement assur throughout the empire, instead of over would come from within. continental automobile record, aban- MOROCCO WILL MAKE NO clubs a period of several weeks, as was the ment so stated in a formal report sen of edly State Republican league FUSS. to doned the attempt at Kelton, owing in the of Senator former case state State when Edward board health. the elections, in order Tuesday, NEW BANKS ORGANIZED. to the condition of the roads. They Uncle Sam May Have Stensland and Wolfe, a delegate from San Francisco, to prevent the opponents of tl)6 govOf the victims 2C0 were killed hv in ernment efforts their concentrating found the desert so badly soaked by Introduced a resolution placing the the falling walls, 177 perished by fire Utah, Idaho. Nevada and Welcome. Wyoming Beconvention on record as favoring the various districts in succession. the recent rains that It would be im. were shot and two died as the seven to All were the ministers instructed The With authoriBankMoorish ing Washington. Supplied those of exclusion Among Japanese. possible to equal the present record. ties all of ptomaine poisoning due to result for submission have and ready prepare no to exFacilities. In the of the favor ing who spoke Objection interpose not later than Sept. 11 the projects of eating "emergency" canned goods 0 Sampling of the sugar beet fields at removal to America of Paul O. Btens-lanclusion of Japanese were Judge Washington. The comptroller of accessary legislation which will be poor quality; .151 were femaleR and Lehi shows that the beets will be H. W. Golden San of Francisco, Avepresident of the Milwaukee the first two into the divided currency has Issued a statement seventy-sevemales; 420 are believed Ilriggs of Stockton and Assemblyman those which are categories A disready for harvesting in about twj nue State bank of Ohleigo and should be to have been white, urgent the number of national banks L of The showing Grove Johnson Chines Sacramento. eighteen weeks The beets never looked better patch to this effect has been received resolution was adopted by a viva voce enacted immediately in the form of and four Japanese. Eleven were less organized In the various states bea the Minister state from departmen' and the prospects for a record breaklaws or administrative temporary vote. than a year old. The figures given re tween March 14, 1900. and August 81, Gummere at Tangier, dated Wednes edicts, and the second, such as will late to the deaths proved to have or 1906. Utah organized five, with a ing yield are flattering. The Htcns added tha day. dispatch MORE SHIPS NEEDED. require to be polished by the cabinet curred. capital of less than $50,000, and two The Perry Irrigation company of land Is a prisoner in the American le- before submission to parliament when with a capital of $50,000 or over gallon there Weber county has filed articles of init assembles. ANOTHER PRISON SCANDAL. Hamburg-AmericaLine Will Increase Idaho organized twenty-sevein all. corporation with the secretary of Nevada three and Wyoming sixteen. Service. The Balloon Exploded. Meets Death Through Suffocation. New Mexico Official Found to Be Short State. The company Is formed for Hub burg. The Hamburg-America- n Wichita, Kan. A special to tin In His Accounts. Searching for Mexican Murderer. the purpose of controlling and operatBingham, Utah. Mm McOee was Steamship company has announced a Ragle from Mcl'hei u s iys: Wiilh In Is of his Txis cabin front dead und N. in A the M. subAngeles. Cal. A long Jtr.iancr- the Weber ing Perry rights Albuquerque. report plan to issue $.".000,000 new capital, filling a balloon preparing to make Death river. caused by mitted to Governor Hagerman by ex- telephone Bingham. message from Monrovia I'pper a:i ascension. Jack Leroy was fatally making a total of $3o.000.ooo The of suffocation, as when found he was atates that Alfonso Albitre, a Mexican William Chapney, aged 16, of Salt of who the affairs Inperts Investigated statement ficial that the explains burned as a result of the explosion of Lake City, went to hang up his coat crease is necessary to build new iving on the ground with his face 'he New Mexico penitentiary states employed until lately at the Pattinger the balloon, when gasdine was thrown In the pocket of which was a pistol, on steamers, and says the America and hurled In deep mud. It Is supposed there is a shortage of $7,000 In Sanitarium, shot and killed his wife. the fire Burning from head to Kalserin Augusto Victoria have hith- that upon emerging from his cabin that H. C. and is now hiding among the chaparral of the Institution. 'he funds when the weapon fell to the floor and foot, he broke through ti e CTOIrd of to lit. an seized with epileptic erto been nnalile to take more than he was who managed the affairs of and cactus or the San Hursum. was discharged, the bullet entering ter--;rdleken Gabriel river Sevc.al half the spectators. which he was frequently subject, and the peeeengeri nsking for accom prison up to April 12 last, is held wash, somewhere between Monrovia CSUSi mud Into the forward fell Inthe boy's foot, Inflicting a painful men cn.ight him and ton' his Clothe modatlons. deep the company responsible by the accountants for the fr ,i hint, but he was so severely tends to build Hence, wouud. others of the same type lv the heavy rains. McGeo was I!5 alleged shortage of lunds. Rtirsnm is and Irwl ,dale. Through this Jungle work-iburned that no hopes for his recovery ami establish a a of breast-higold and drinker, brush an armed band heavy regular weekly service years n'so charged with having destroyed the of At the State Sunday School Eistedd are entertained. fifty men circled and beat all day only at Intervals New ork of thai class of vessels to records. fod. held at Saltalr on the 28th, the long, but without success. Oakland Man Killed by Auto. Terrible Crime of Negro. Kaysville choir won first prize for Explosion in Big Winery. Stanford Jewel Collection to Be Sold. Seattle Shoemaker Carelessly Steps in Oakland. While returning from a choirs of thirty voices, while the Su Oakland. Cal. William Wells, a nc Fresno. Cal As a result of a San Francisco - The Front of Machine and Dies. to at 3 Jose San House about choir o'clock the shot winner in of gar San Francisco, the trip tiu explosion the shock of which was gro teamster collection of precious stones and Jew Seattle Lauritz contest between choirs of twenty-fou- r Wednesday morning. In a heavy tout- felt for a radius of ten mnr Bakken, a shoe times. several wife Inflicting miles, one dry, the properly of the late Mrs. Jane maker, about Si voices. ing car. Leo C. Rowley, the owner of man was killed and another of age, was the fired shots Into years the three nl wounds, danger The farmers of Hyrum are some the machine, and a party of friends ously wounded and $300,000 worth of ilidomen of Kdv.ard D. Jones, a mi Stanford, valued at nearly $1,000,000. victim of the first fatal automobile ac will be sold by the trustees of Inland were thrown Into a ditch about a mile wbat concerned over their potato crop pnd a half east of Alvamlo. red stevedore, and then sent a bullet Stanford. Jr. I'nivefslty association, cldent In Seattle. Shortly after noon Rowley property was destroyed on Tuesday It is observed that after the new was Saturday, becoming confused at the pitched forward over the frottt at the big Calwa winery of the Cali through his own brain. The tragedy as soon as possible This action was OnH f of Pine and First avenue, he potatoes had rrnwn to the 0f a wheels of the machine mil was Inat a decided of trus the Wine upon 'meeting association, about three mill place at 750 Campbell street, the In front of a touring tepped hen's egg they started to sprout iJ stantly killed. The other members of fornia directly tees of week. held last Part the miles from town, on the Malaga road car driven by Its owner, John Megrath. of John Austin, where Weill the ground After the sprouts came the party were uninjured. nnte lection will be disposed of at private was Tho explosion was followed by fire to the pavement and died round the potato starts Rowley was the son of Dr M M Young through th How 'ale. many offers from leading eastern withinthrown which completed the havoc and was a fe was boarding. Mrs Wells recent a few minutes as the result of to live to decay. refused and !.ft her husband Jewelers heine already on flic. Tho-- e 'ey. wh" resides In Berkeley. There) responsible for the major portion of fracture on the bark of his skull Both of Wells' victims will unsold will be put up at auction In th him were rlx people In the party. the loss. Mr Mtgiath Is a ptumnent contractor die. New York and LondOl of Seattle. Boise, Willis Parkinson, of Hyrum, who sustained serious injuries b) thrown from a horse about a ago, is recovering. The farmers in the vicinity of Hyde Park were heavy losers as the result of the recent storm, much hay and rain beir.g rendered worthless. Joe Dcuglas. a laborer, was run over by a milk wagon in Salt Lake City and is in the hospital suffering irom internal injuries of a serious character. Terrance McGuirk, a miner in the Mining comemploy of the pany at their workings in Park City, was killed at that property by being caved on. . Daly-Judg- forty-secon- d . -- e d g a, . one-thir- d e, - g e An-gel- o Poli-carp- -- Isa-dor- n n Trans-Atlanti- c : m i ter-rifi- world-famou- . .