|Paper||Juab County Times|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Juab County Times|
J t i CHAS. PYPER PLOT NIPPED IN BUD REAL WAR IN CHINA FATE Everything Electrical 4 Soo ras on any electrical job for an estimate. House wiring a specialty. All kinds of Electrical Supplies. Tantalum and Tungsten Lamps. ATTEMPT MADE TO BLOW UP OVEN WHICH PRESI- DENT'S TRAIrt SHOULD PASS. TO GOVERNMENT ENDEAVORING ISOLATE PROVINCES AFFECTED BY REVOLUTION. Probable Tragedy Averted by the Vigilance of Bridge Watchman-Susp- ect Believed to Have Fled to the Mountains. on Telegraph Restrictions Places Llnea and Refuses to Reveal the Number or Destination of Troops Being Sent Out from Pekin. Santa Barbara, Cat. What la pronounced by Sheriff Nat Stewart of Santa narbara county and W. F. Wines of San Francisco, special agent for the Southern Pacific railroad, to have been a deliberate attempt to dynamite an 800-fobridge twenty-fivmilcg north of here, over which President Taft's special train passed early Monday, was frustrated by the vigilance of a Mexican bridge watchman. It is said that the evidence of the plot is complete. Although the suspect has disappeared, the officers say they have certain clews, and already have several men on the case. Secret service men have been summoned from be placed on San Franclaco and-wil- l the case. It has been ascertained the man has not left the mountains and a close watch Is being kept on all passes. President Taft beard nothing of the allotted attempt to dynamite the bridge until late at night. The only Information then available was the press reports. The president's train followed the regular train from San Frsclsco, ten minutes behind, and if any trouble had been encountered there would have been plenty of time to flag the special. AH of the railroads are handling the Taft train with the greatest care. Pekin. The Chinese government has placed several restrictions on the telegraph lines, evidently for the purpose of preventing communication between the rebels. The telegraph administration- refuses to transmit messages either to or from the provinces of Hu Peh, Hunan, Klang Si, Sze Chuen, Kwal Chow and Yunan. On this account, Hankow where the revolution is at its height, Is cut off. H is not considered possible that the wires have been cut throughout theso six provinces. Until lately the revolutionaries, having free use of the wires, received and disseminated information, plans EMPEROR FOR PEACE concerning the progress of their ' in all quarters. The government refuses to reveal the number or the destination of the troops who are being sent southward. INVITES ITALIAN AMBASSADOR Only a eingle first class train will be TO A CONFERENCE ON THE run daily between Pekin and POLITICAL SITUATION. about seventy miles to tho. southeast of the capital. This is due to heavy troop traffic and for the purpose of preventing any great number The War King Now Evidently Occu- of rebels from coming Into Pekin. Pas. pies the Position of Peacemaker senger and freight traffic has been Between the Warring Turks entirely suspended between Pekin and and Italians. Hankow. So far the government has refused to permit correspondents to accomV are anBerIInbe emperor, at his hunt- pany the army. Both sides ing lodge nearJWald, Prussia, on xious to favor foreigners, and it Is beSunday invited Pansa, lieved that the government will reItalian ambassador, to conference consider this refusal If the Imperialon the political situation The Ger- ists meet with Initial success. man Imperial chancellor a.jBo attendThe last dispatch received from ed. The Italian arnbassafdQr had ar- Hankow said that the revolutionaries ranged to meet the Germau, foreign had organized a Red Cross society of and had Invited the minister, Herr Von Klderlen-W'y.ch-ter, at the foreign office, to diaowtrf tSo American Frdsconal mission. This matters connected with the Turco-Italla- ittvltatlou wrn",jl cepted provisionally. war, but hastily cancelled this HONOR CARDINAL GIBB0NS7""" engagement upon receiving the emperor's message. All Over The German emperor holds him- Prelates and Laymen From the World Present at Doubts self responsible in a great degree for Jubilee. the present armistice between Italy and Turky. and evidently hopes to Baltimore. In the cathedral here, successfully play the part of peace-- ' where fifty years &ko he was ordainmaker between the warring nation ed a priest, then successively conseIt is understood the transportation crated a bishop. Invested with the of the Italian military expedition will not be interfered with, but that hostilities in all quarters will cease. This Is considered In Rerlin as equivalent to the ending of the war. or at least the warlike movements, which will tiow be succeeded by negot.'atlons looking to a settlement. BRIDGE CHANGE IN WOMAN'S One block west of Court House City Meat Co. Mtngeltoo & Garrett, Pioprietora All Kinds of Home Cured and Fresh Meats Kept in Refrigerator up-to-d- business being run on cash basis, enables us to sell at very reasonable prices. Courteous Treatment to All e Will Wear Twice as Long. Ask any farmer if our handmade harness doesn't wear twice s long as the factory harness. We make It and guarantee H. Briny in your old harness, saddles, etc, and have tbem repaired good a new. Complete outfitters whips, bridles, spurs, Navajo blankets, and everything in harness and saddlery. OSTLER CB, ALLEN Scream vt i.ira.TPEOPi,r what vnn'rn but take a tip, selling, brother, you'll break ear drums, not pocket books. nnnitt mm $00 Sane advertising in this paper makes thinking people buy. mm mi ?v rr u 0 C fl If you're not in the ad. van, isn't it time you took a flyer? w 0 00 You nave our word you'll never regret it fConvrlrht ItlL) HARLAN THE- - MAJORITY JOINS Eldest Chief Justice, Who Had Served Hia Country for Thirty-thre- e Years, Succumb to Grim Reaper. Tlent-slng-F- Associate Justice Washington. John M. Harlan of the supreme court of the United States, often acclaimed the greatest constitutional authority of the day, once a conspicuous figure In national and Kentucky politics and long a leader In Presbyterian church councils, died Saturday, aged 78 years. lie has been 111 less than a week. Justice Harlan served on the suWILL LEAD INSURGENTS. preme court thirty-threyears, ten LaFollette Indorsed for President by months and twenty-fivdays, and had he lived until next Juno would have Republican Progressive League. eclipsed the record of Justice Field, RobAn of endorsement Chicago. who served thirty-fou- r six ert Marion LaFollette of Wisconsin months and ten duys, and years, Chief Jus- for president of the United States was the net result of the meeting of the National Progressive league held at the Hotel Lasalle on Monday. Three hundred insurgents from thirty states were present. The resolutions adopted set forth, not a Republican platform, but the personal platform of Senator LaFollette. Tbey contain a plank for the control of corporatlona'by the government with an inferential attack upon the the president for prosecuting trusts; a plank (the Dourne suggestion) for a popular vote on the candidates for president, whether compelled by law or not, and the endorsement of Senator LaFollette. e e widely-heralde- n Man and Wife and Three Small Chil- R ememDer We build New Machinery, make Harrows, Cultivators, Wagons and Scrapers. We 'can save you money See us First R osenvaii s Black smithing and Machinery Repair Shop Word-of-Mout- h Tasting encomiums, only over your store counter, about the quality of what you've got to sell, results in about as much satisfaction at you f wile would get if you gave her a Vjx of cigars for Christmas. Advertising ia This Paper T, u. PEXTON NHI. UTAH rvi. a. at. aL.w ' PSBWSHBjJ.Sa, r". 1 '.DONT BORROW from your neighbof when you can get it for leis than TThree Cents Per Wee! A e lo, i Iim a.u W'" The Times stok-holder- Increase in Co'd Production. Wsnhington. Utah's gold production in 1?H amounted to $l,S12.i!0. uet'nnl t4.?11.3'9 in according to report made Monday by the bureau of mlrit anl g!ogral survey. t '7 ' !FT in I OFT IO? f'r-ll- 1 emov'is?eq 611,t0i in IS "9. OtM . I ,', agairsi 119, 1 Land Show Opens. i- - - Fiend Beaten by Mob, Omaha. Address ,y the g'.v rLouisville, Ky. Within two squares were nor of a il'ijfti sfrn states of here a mob headquarter police Vest-erIn'lndel on the pt'urram of the a nezrn who ha I si tick"- two land show, whl. h opri4 Hs ee- - sfized srd tiieir ni iher anil h here tn Monday; tiiis end annual i he can 'n ba''!y It Is 'a'pn over two to extend weks f.Ot fer'-ver- Seized by Bandits. Pantiago, Chili Pedro Aguiler, a mining eneineer, part owner and erlran Irai mrmber of the Fii3n r comparr, arrordine to a report here, was i?ed by ban'litg a ransom of and Is held Woman's AsssifaM Lynched. a City. Ark Nathan nexro. who. it Is a'takd ! h'-horn" near Mrs. Thnmas Co ForeM IVr, was taken frr.m the local prison: Monday Bight by a mob i and lyarliM. Noted Author Dead. Winnemueea, Nev, riiillp Verrill Migheln, the well krrrwn author ard piaywright, died hfe Thursday night ss the renlt ef an accidental gunshot wound self inflicted. Tbe accident oc-- 1 curied near Golconda. -' a i!fia rfi rrir1. l'j, Dervousuoea Com-poun- Lytila E. linkham'a Vetretable Compound has done for ma durinir this tryinpr period. Complete restoration to health means bo much to me that for the sake of other suffer, infr women I am willing to make my trouble publlo so you may publish this letter." Mna. Ciias. IUkclay. 1LF.D., GranitevUle, Vt. Xo other medicine for woman's ilia and has received such wide-sprea-d endorsement. Ko other medicine we know of has such a record of cures as has Lydia E. llnkbam'a Vegetable Compound. For more than 80 years It has been rnring woman's ills such as intlatnma-tio- n. ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodlo pains and nervous prostration, and it Is unequalled for carrying women safely through, tho period of change of life. cd Mrs. PInkliam, at Lynn, tvrito Invites all sick 'women to Ma., her for advice. Her advice la fru ami ulwuys helpf uL Is I 1 na a WWW 1 aw s" name to remember you need a remedy for COUGHS and COLD3 t FOR AIL EYE PAINS WrU,8alt Lake City, No. NATURALLY 42-19- 11. A HIT. M. HARLAN. r Van Bil- l- la Dead. News was received Mont. Helena, In Helena Monday of the death In Fp"ne, Wash, rf W. C. Ttuskett, one of the bent known of Montana pioneer. Mr. Ilimketi was a close friend of the late Kucene Field and w the or isr trial 'IVnn Tan H;ll" In Field's well known poem of that name. trom and other annoylug jyraptoms, aim i can truly say tuata nuitnam l.yaia d Vetretable haa proved worth mountains of gold to me, as it restored my health and strength. I never forfret to tell my friends what I COST OF LIVING. 1 Pn talks to evervbodv at mem and make thm tiiik m.k with nxr!y. HIGH Unrest Among People Because of ln crease in Living Expenses Had Much to do With War. uce Marshall, who served thirty-fou- r years, five months and five days. Vienna. Reyond the desfre of Italy Justico Harlan was born In Boyle to take Tripoli, so that her surplus county. Ky.. In 18UJ. population might find a place to grow Justice lUrhin was above all things while still under the Italian flag, the an Independent. In Court he was often cause of the declaration of an unflinching minority of one. He war against precipitate Turkey was that feeling was simple In his tastes. He became of unrest among the people which Is a member of the supreme court withIn every country in Kurope present out a fortune and at bis death be and which Is giving the governments left a very small estate. more concern than any of them woul 1 CARDINAL JAMES GIBBONS. care to acknowledge. The constantly Walsh Granted Parole. between ccst the i'iillium c.f an archbishop, and twen-Leavenworth, Kan. An order from Increaing divergence years after bis ordination reWashington, paroling John K. Walsh, of living and the Increase of the great the former Chicago banker and rail- mass of people Is at the bottom of it ceived the rd beret ta of a cardinal, way president, waa received at the and nelthf-- statesmen nor economists i James C'anllmil Giblons, arcbblshnp of Baltimore, on Sunday received federal penitentiary here Saturday have been able to find any remedy. Conditions all over Kurope are not homage from illustrious prelates and morning. The prisoner Immediately began preparations for the start dissimilar to those existing Jut prior laymen from both this country and home. Mr. Walxh, up to the time of to the French revolution, and there is foreign lands, the occasion being the his parole, had served one year, grave fear that If some way Is not ecclesiastical celebration of the car-- i eight months and tweaty-days of found to meet the cry for food the d'.nal's dual jubilee. whole social fabric may be shaken. bis five years' sentence. In the procession, which for probably never has been BERBER ENCAMPMENT NEAR TRIPOLI surpassed In this country, were nine iif America's twelve art hbiahopa and about thirty bishops Capital of Moffat Road Dsubttd. Ienvr, Colo. The capital stork of of tbe I)enver, Northwestern & Pacific railway, the Moffat road, was Increased from 120,000,000 to 000.000 at a special meeting of held Haturday forenoon. A bond issu of 140,000.000 was al.ui authorized, the same to t scurrd by a deel of trust mor1eae upon all property within the holding of the company. Misunderstood Orders. Omaha, Neb Seven people were killed and twenty-onInjured, four of thrm serinnoir. In a coilition between a Missouri Pacific passenger en rou'e for Ciis train north-boundcity, and a fast freignt fain. Th wreck, wtkh ocnrred at Fort Crook, ten trriles south of here, at t o'clock Punilay morning. Is believed io hav resuPrd frr.m a misunders'andint cf orders oo the part tt the freleht ' crew. " JOHN Situation Regarded as Crave and Powers May Intervene. Washington. An order has been Issued by the navy department for the Immediate transfer of 100 marines from Maniir i Pekin to guard the t'nllcd States legation there. The situation In t'hlna U retarded as et reed in sly grave and It Is feared that the powers tnay be forced to Intervene. In stieh an event the t'nlted states would probably be forced to take a leading part, ss being the power most iriniy to i nina. Advertising t BLAMES dren Brutally Murdered. Kllsworth, Kan. Slain as they slept Sunday night, the bodies of Will Showman, a chauffeur, his wife and three small children, were discovered Monday In the Showman home by a neighbor who chanced to call and who entered the house when no one responded to bis knocks. The features of the victims were battered beyond recognition by the blows of an ax, which the slayer had used. The youngest member of the family, a baby, had been beaten until Its bead w as severed from the body. All three children were under S years old. The authorities have failed to find anything pointing to a cause for the crime, or a clew to the guilty pernio. MARINES ORDERED TO CHINA. u, Made Safe by Ly dla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Granite vlHo, Vt "I was passlna throtiRh the Chanpo of Life ind sutferoa 1 d ENTIRE FAMILY BUTCHERED. i LIFE v - -- Otero Resigns. fUnt Fe. X. M. -- Territorial Treas 'irer Mie'ipl A. O'ero resigned Y'iSAdj. A'ter servg as governor for nine was appointed territorial ars Otf-rtreasurer and served In that capacity five years. fr j ! s Tb Rooster Our young friend, l'ig. Is making a Lit on the mage. The Duck What Is he playing? The Booster Ham let. 15 r. To Mend an Umbrella. mend an umbrella that tears brella and bringing th cloth sition, insert a small hairpin In poIn tbe To tooe from the rib at the point, wbea you are on the street and needle aol thread are not available, c!oe the um- hole of tbe rib, and wind securely orund cloth. This "first aid to tbe injured" Is so efficient you will be tempted to leave It permanently. National Magazine. Peculiar Industry. Industry end one pe cullar to Spain is tbe manufacture of jute and hemp sandals. . An Important FROM TEXAS Soma Ceffcs Facts Frem the Lone tar State. FVorn a beautiful farm down la Tea as. where guehing springs unite t form babbling brooks that wind their sparkling way through flowery meads, comes a note of gratitude for delivery from tbe coffee habit "When my baby boy came to mo five years ago, t beran to drink Tostum, having a feeling U.ol It woq!4 t tretler for blm and me than tbn old kind of drug laden coffee. I tiA flissppolnted In It, for it enabled roaTV' small, delicate womaa, to tiurca a bouncirig, healthy baby 14 tnnnlba. "I have since continued the ee vt Tostura lor 1 have grown fond ftf IL and have discovered to my )oy that It has entirety relieved me of a billons habit which used in trolrafe me two or three times a year, iliscomffTft te my family ud stiffering to myself. "My brother Jn law was cnre4 g rr'h chronic ecrnitiptln ty katir.g of earthquake it Sicily. cc,ffe and lisirg, Tostom. He fcas b Ca,iT!i' An earthquake of hrief come even jr.ore ff.rd of it than ha occurred in Si- ily Punday. was of the old coffee. f lt at The Mroneest shnrk 'In fart, the entire family, from the arriral (a cf Mmt tJisrre, st tk east ta vhi always F;tr.a, MacrMa. fiiarla. l!oulfnlii talis for h s Vtie' fir?t la the and Santa VenerWa. d of the bon', mmT.ingl, up ta thi think there Is t,o arir.it o g'od or Steamer en the Rocks. w h'.!iM as V(ftu,m." glvea Victoria, It (" Th fa ladian fey lm!om (n . Mi'b- j cifli e. the Utile rrineeys "The Road to ranning between Vire;iv r. Trince Wellvilie.- - in fig. TheTe's a and the fionbe-- n rann'rles. ee4 lfc e fWfm tntn l ft mt TWr ilttipert on Noble I!ai1 ani 4 tell f kwma trmt, , lalemu fat on the rcki. ;dwt'on ! laet - r Rd thg t:r, tk, ttt,tt rf"