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4 J TIMES TREMONT FIBL1SUED WEEKLY TREMONT H Capwsll, FOB RICHARDSON LIFE TIMES COMPANY Editor and Manager TK1- MONTON UTAH FICHT JURY HAYWOOD'S LIFE STATE NEWS But for the Bravery of the Foreman Forty Laborers Would Have Perished n pnitn JAPANESE OFFICIALS THE KOREAN CONTROL MANIAC KILLS HIS GOVERNMENT FAMILY WITH SIXTY LIVES LOST SEWER (TAB Olie Johnson, a Pidsnl of Oasis, was drowned in the Beaver river while bathing. Utah had the second largest oeiega-tioat the National Educational convention at lyOB Angeles. Mrs. Spenst, an elderly woman of Logan, while attempting to board a train, fell and broke her .shoulder. Lawrence Miller, aged !), ol Ogden, Is dead as the result of injuries received by falling from an apple tree. The total assessed valuation of the property in Summit county for the present year Is over five million dollars. Chris Sorenson of Vineyard this year picked from two acres 601' cases of strawberries and sold them at it& tents a case. The Oregon Short Line has freed its racks from weeds by the use of salt water, taken from the lake and dlsti'i buted along the by means of a spritiKllng contrivance. A fight is on between the two gas companies In Salt Iake which will remit in material benefit to the consumer, both companies having reduced rates for light and fuel gas. The old people of Springville were given an outing at Castllla on the 17th by the old folks' committed. There were eight people over 70 eare of age present on the grounds. K. B. Stagg, while temporarily insane from drink, attempted suicide in rialt Lake by throwing himself in front f a street car. Stagg was not seriously hurt, and will be given a chance to FOR WITH PLEADS Denounces Orchard ano 8cathingly With SysCharges Pinkertons tematic Plot to Convict Labor Leaders. Boise. Idaho. One of the argu- in ;efenRe of William D. Hv Stood was concluded Tuesday evening. J5. F. Richardson, having spoken for ments Convention Concluded Between Japan and Korea, and Warships Will Enforce Order. New Reamer Columbia, Heavily Laden With Tourists. Run Down by Schooner. Toklo. Advices from Seoul say and Korea has been concluded. The text of the convention has not yet been made public, but it is reported Its to consist of seven articles. main feature is that it invests the resident general with complete control of the internal administration of Korea and appoints Japanese officials of the Korean government. states A message from Chemulpo that the Japanese war vessels Kasagi. Nitaska and Tsushima, have arrived there from Geusan with many blueand provincial troops on jackets board and will call at Seoul. Seoul is apparently calm but apprehension of further disturbances has not subsided. It is asserted that court spies are busily engaged in efof the attitude forts to ascertain A new press regulation proJapan of diplohibiting the publication matic and military secrets on anything injurious to the public peace is being enforced. s right-of-wa- I , e 1 I n ex-lo- g Don-jug- g I Kills His Wife, Son and Father-in-Laand in Turn is Shot Down by a Neighbor Whom He Had Attacked With an Ax. Munica, Mich. Henry' Scutcheon, a farmer about 50 years old, living near this village, on Sunday ran amuci with an ax, killing his invalid son. his wife and her father-in-law- . Scutcheon was later shot by Henry McClellan, a neighbor whom the crazed murderer had also attacked. The Scutcheon farm house had apparently always been a happy home, except for the cloud which the son's recent sickness cast over the family. On Sunday, with no warning so far as is known, Scutcheon suddenly murderously attacked his son with an ax. He crushed the boy's head frightfully. When his wife interfered he turned on her and pursued the frigiii-enefrom the screaming woman house to the road, where he knocked her down with his weapon. He then rushed back to the house and murdered his father-in-law- . Next he tried to destroy himself. The maddened man gashed his throat and wrists with a razor and took some parie green. His wounds did not weaken him and the poison did not take immediate effect. Ax in hand he returned to the road where he had felled his wife a few moments before. The first blow did not kill her and she had been carried into the house of Henry McClellan near by. McClellan rushed to another neighbor's for help. When Scutcheon found that his wife was in the McClellan home alive, he smashed a window with his ax. jumped through it and again attacked her. This time he crushed her skull. He then left the McClellan home ami returned to his own house, but when McClellan returned from his search for help, the crazed man came out and started over toward him, saying, "I want you, too." "I will shoot if you come across the road," replied McClellan, who had armed himself with a shotgun. Scutcheon Despite the warning came across. McClellan thereupon shot him dead. . peno-tiaie- wide-spiva- Man Runs Amuck and Perpetrates a Most Shocking: Tragedy Michigan that a new convention between Japan at Midnight, When nearly nine hours, wound up with i Dfcaster Occurred the In which Passengers and Crew Were he eloquently peroration pleaded with the j'ny not to convict wM Asleep, the Veisel Sinking. Haywood on the testimony of the Eight Minutes After Bewhose criminal. Orchard, of One Man. ing Struck. testimony, he said had not been corroborated by any testimony, standing Cat. bixty ran by itself and unsupported by Orchard, York. Forty laborers lives were New Eureka, with any con- lot in a collision between the steamer swam and fought for their lives when to connect Haywood spiracy to commit crime. Columbia and the steam launch schoonthe new sewer in West Forty-sixtMr. Richardson denounced and er San Pedro in Shelter Cove, twelve street was flooded Tuesday night, and the Pinkerton detective miles southwest of the Mendocino-Himhold- t but for the coolness of Foreman Ben charged agency with a systematic plot to seConners all would have perished. county line, between 12 and The men were working in the tube cure the conviction of Haywood, 1 o'clock Sunday morning. Mover and Pettibone as a means to which is eight leet in diameter, d Eight minutes from tne time the block in length and forty feet below the desired extei mination of the Sin Pedro struck the Columbia the lalei had filled full of water and sunk. the surface. Suddenly a break DC Western Federation of Miners. Dr. I, McOee. the witness for the The night saloon watchman notified curred in the old sewer above them was arrested on tho aI the who and the escaping water poured into defense paaaeagSBl to go to the up- was discharged per deck. Without clothing they Cue open end of the tune. The only charge of perjury, exit was at the opposite end. where from custody on Tuesday by the mag cllnbed out of their berths and rushistrate before whom the preliminary ed out. It was only two or three the air shaft led to the surface. The justice ruled minutes befoie the hearing was held, A moment deck was awash a stream first after the evidence RAILROADS. that by the six boats and three life rafts were cut DEADLY AMERICAN brought trickled into the tube the flood came and when the men turned to run the prosecuting attorney was insufficient loose, and as many passengers as pos- in biiu QOlOlBg Mctiee. In One Year 376,500 Persons Are Ingjule were crowded into them Ther water was at their knees and rapidly to warrant In the was Orchard was on the stand scarcely any evidence of a panrising. Then the men, panic st rieken, afternoon as a witness in again jured While Traveling. the McGee ic, the women acting with heroism. ran for the shaft, and In running fell Berlin. Heir Gurley, an official of case. The crew of the San Pedro immediatewent. ovei each other. When the the archive bureau of the Prussian of Mr. Richard Speaking Orchard, ly lowered a boat and picked up a half way to the shaft the water was administration, has prepared railway son said: number of while the a large survivors, at their waists. Screaming and fightcomparative table of statistics of "Do you suppose, gentlemen of the boats from the Columbia lay to by the those killed and ing, the men wedged themselves Into injured by railways a if murdi rous 'inner circle' San Pedro. that Jury, helpless mass. Then Conners, who of the Western Federation of Miners He finds that in various countries. When the Columbia carsank, she had led the way to the shaft, took a Foher up. both and the absolutely relatively had men these marked for death and ried down with her about seventy-fou- r The stockholders of the Utah, Idaho handi and, swinging an ugly club, had hired assassins to do their railroads in the United States are the work, This acestimate not is passengers. tnreatened to brain every man of and Western Idaho Sugar companies they would have been so easily and and the number cannct be most deadly. The United States has met in Salt Lake last week and ap- them if they did not. obey him. Then without a pa rent cause deterred from curate, determined until full pprticu-lar- s more mileage than all Europe, but definitely even taking that into consldeiatlon proved the new articles of Incorpora- he ordered them to form four sbreast carrying out their design? Do you are recjived from Bhleter Cove, the United tion in which the three companies are and march. Some marched, but mote States holds they would stop until their where four 'loats are said to have swam, as by that time Ihe water had imagine bad consolidated. in proportional figures. Out of every been been purpose landed. accomplished? Doran and First Captain whilt Sixty-ninapplicants to become reached the necks of the taller, When you consider all the testi Officer Whitney were on deck when thousand railway employes the ratio of lesser height had beet swept those oculists and eye practicing opticians, think you wilt the Columbia sank, the captain's last of the number injured each year is mony in this case as follows: United States, 43.5: specialists were accepted by the state from their feet. with nie the conclusion reach that words being: One by one they gained the shaft Switzerland, 25.3; England, 11.8; Belexamining board last week, in acman Orchard was possessed of this "God bless you." 2.4. cordance with the law passed by the and climbed the ladder to the street a mania to go out and kill. Some According to Purser J. E. Byrnes of gium, 11; Germany, Conners was the last to leave the last legislature. Out of every ten thousand employes his lust was greater than at the Columbia, there were 190 passentimes sewer, and when he did he rose from A distinct earthquake shock, lasting ethers and so It was that sometimes gers aboard 168 first, 22 in the steer- the relative figures of killed are: United States, 26.1: England. 12.3; about one minute, was recorded on sx feet of water. he was strong in his purpose and age, and 60 crew. the seismograph at the University of 8.2; Russia, 7.8; British Switzerland, sometimes His is It wavered. 107 known that testimony FROM AMBUSH. SHOT passengers Utah at noon on the 16th. The moveshows a desultory, maniacal method have been saved and 37 of the crew. India, 6.7; Belgium, 4.1. Herr Gurley finds that in a single ment was from east to west. The Notorious Character of Indian Terri- of pursuing the victims selected for The exact number at Shelter Cove is fiscal year of 1092376,50(1 shock was not violent. to some death for be fancied determined. Coyearthe as the Just yet grievance tory Probably Victim of Feud. Charles Johnson, who lives in Emagainst himself or perhaps the organ lumbia was sinking, her boilers ex- persons were injured in the United were emMuskogee, 1. T. Mac Alford, twice ization to which he belonged." pire canyon, above Park City, has ploded. This counteracted tht suction States, of whom 60,000 and it is feared he has fallen tried fej the murder of Cicero Davis, Richardson pointed out how eassf it and saved many lives. Husbands and ployes, ' and 9,800 killed, of whom Into Silver Creek and drowned. John- a wealthy ranchman, near Porum, and would have been for Orchard togBFve wives were separated and fathers 3,600 were employes. mothers son lived alone in a cabin and has not finally acquitted and who was indict killed General Sherman M. .Rell and and children become lost j NOT A MAN LEFT IN CITY. ed for the murder of old man been seen since July 7. been sy desired, am ae dOMeVfr to .each other la the excitement the was indictment and ...... umucu. , I f i quashed, Xaoinut ,ou anr nilli man . David Thompson, of Salt Iake, was II nnr woo ti,., O. Swanson, a sailor of the San PeAll the Men in run down by an automobile and ser- susslnated on Tuesday. Alford Hungarian Village om the Federation might feel re dro, was at the wheel when the fatal had and violent in man, engaged Have Come to America. it was snerman rseii, wno collision occurred. iously injured, the buggy in which In his to report fend with the Davis family, who spent dehe was riding being completely as in command of the militAa during Sailor's Agent John Erlckson the blame Buda Pest. The lure of the United molished. The automobile had gotton a fortune trying to convlejt, him. He the strike period in Colorado. But Is laid upon the shoulders of the Co- States as a land of opportunity and came Porum into Tuesday morning nothing waB done to Bell, nothing was lumbia's officers. Other members of wealth to the beyond control of the driver. people of Hungary has with an aimed automatic talked rifle, crew the of the to San Pedro done substantiate brought out a curious state of affairs Another man. an engineer, lias been tineral Bulkeley Wells. After reading lengthy extracts from the story of Swanson. He says that in the little arrested at Ogden, charged with being with the city marshal and said that village of Kriseva. near the was order given to him when the one of a gang of railroad men who he was leaving the Davlses alone. On the Denver newspapers printed at the lookout Lugos, that at the last census had a the Columbia to was fron sighted home his Alford shot put way time of the arrest of Orchard, all ot the wheel have been stealing from the Southern hard aport. Three points population of 3,500 souls. One by one Pacific cars. He is accused of taking ambush near the spot and at the Unit which, he said, showed the hand of aport carried the San Pedro seaward the male residents of Kerisova heard of day that Cicero Davis was slain. the Pinkerton detective agency in an apparently, and out of the way of the the call across the water, and two blankets from a sleeping car. endeavor to link the name of the approaching vessel, whose name at emigrated in batches until such they believe Southern Pacific officials, time WILL ATTACK RAISULI. Western Federation of Miners with that time was not known. Short toots as the mayor was the they have solved the labor problem so adult only the murderer. Richardson said that from the whistles of both vessels male to remain by the village. Finalfar as it applies to the men employed Mission to Rescue McLean Peacefully the governor of Idaho and the Pinker- warned the skippers, The Columbia on their sections west from Ogden, by ly he also succumbed to the reports Proves a Failure. ton agency knew when Steunenberg was on the coast side, the San Pedro oi importing a large number of Greeks goou wages ami gonten ctiances in on the sea side. Apparently both vesfrom Chicago to displace the Japanese. Tangier. The mission of Sherifl was murdered and Orchard was ar- sels were , America sent back by his at full proceeding speed. to Ouezzan obtain the freedom of Sir rested that he would make the con- If all had Melvin Christensen. aged about 15 his and, packing gone well, the San Pedro trunk, he would have clear the Columbia, but it made his way to the emigrant years, a son of John Christensen, of Henry MacLean, who is a prisoner of fession. ship the ConFor bandit the has failed. Pinkerton detective is evident that an order "put the wheel at Flume. year Raisull, Koosharem, was stnick by lightning As a result of this exodus of males during a thunderstorm which passed sequently ('aid Mehalla at the head ot agency had permeated the locals of hard astarboard" was given or the Coover a portion of Grass valley, and 1700 men has started for the Klknes the Western Federation with "secret lumbia. This sent her directly across the women of Kerisova have just was rendered unconscious for several territory, where Ralsuli is in hiding operatives, but had never been able to the .bow of the steam schooner. elected a young woman to the posispeed of either tion of hours, but will recover. with his prisoner, to bring about Mae fasten a single crime upon that organ- - Wnetnt,r or ot mayor, and other female resiwas Blacked is immaterial, for The Merchants and Manufacture! -' Lean's release by force. Another body lzation the only organization, said vessel dents have been elected to fill the re-- ' the crash of the was essels terrific. association of Utah has adopted a reso- of men under the command of Caul Mr. Richardson, which ever had the The Columbia, an iron ves-el- , boie mainder of the municipal offices. The lution expressing its thanks to the Bagdad! has left to with power and the courage to raise its the brunt of the impact, and her iron statutes of Hungary provide that no hand Against the mine owners. press of the state for the assistance ('aid Mehalla. cracked and a gash seven feet female shall hold office, and plates according rendered in the campaign of the asso- Taking up Orchard's life in the pen across the forward hatch alb wed the to the letter of the law the presence iation for the upbuilding of the indusStrike Grows Serious. free water Herniary at Boise, Richardson said ingress at a great velocity. of the women in office is illegal. trial Interests of the state. Moscow - The strike of the men the vile, loathsome creature had been City Marshal Robert Taylor, of Lehi, employed in the cotton mills of the petted ami coddled, fed from the war- Two Utah People on III Fated Ship. Searching for Bank Cashier. who was wounded while hunting rab- Sava Norosoff company at Orleckovo-zue- , den's tables, visited by the governor Salt l,ake City. Two ''tab people Colo PueblO, The police of this bi! near Saratoga Springs, died of his of the state and cajled in familiar are known to have been on the ill- in Vladimir province, has as city have made a diligent search for wounds. Some of the s.iot had pinned dangerous proportions Forty terms Harry'' by the governor and fated Columbia, which was si nk Mon William F. Walker, the absconding the peritoneum and caused per- thousand men are out Social Demo by the counsel engaged for the proseday morning on the California coast. bank cashier of New Britain, Conn., itonitis, which required an operation, i rati are bringing about sympathetic cution. They are Miss Blanche Musser, daugh- who is reported to have written from which the Injured man did not "Think of this creature associating ter of A. Milton Musser, 561 East friends from 'tikes and hundreds ot thousands Pueblo that he was rally. be involved. The movement is In ; friendly Way with a senator of Ninth South street, Salt Lake City, anxious to return to New Britain if I James Hoffman, of Salt !.;,. was may United States. do not the know and her companion. Miss Winona the by violent political agi authorities there would permit that Orchard calls Senator Borah White of Beaver. Utah. badly injured in an accident at the accompanied The two Several t.ilion. were big meetings I Bill.' but do know that the senator j mug women left here a week ago for him to enter a hospital for treatment Garfield smelter, his face and hands held m the suburbs yesterday. Troops calls orchard 'Harry.'" a vacation trio to tne coast, and nart of a disease from which he is sufferbeing badly liurned. Hoffman was en- were and had to fire be summoned, Richardson declared that none but in in j molten metal their plans was to make a steam- - ing instead of placing him in Jail, placing gaged fore the crowds dispersed. Mam were Orchard, the accursed criminal, had 0f The police have come to the com er trip from San Francisco to pot when the metal exploded, throwing been brought to court to defame the the heated liquid over Ills face and ft rested. that Walker is not In Pueb.o, name of Haywood -- a man who had l.snds. but that through a friend in this city Russian Justice. always been an exemplary citizen. Have Railroads Suppressed Inventions? he secured the mailing of letters to R It Hotiough. traveling freight proud of bis name, caring ever for the New Britain. St. Petersburg. The new regula P. Boraland, Washington.- -V agent ni the Oregou Short Line, was Invalid wite. who sat a. b,s side d. ..nd Maided to death tinder a switch en- lions concerning a mode of procedure " rai,Wil.v Pe,t' safety devices for the trial A Race With a Cloudburst. IMeritate Commerce commission, gine near Kemiiietvr, Wyo., the loco- for the military district courts, intro Richardson described Orchard as 20. have now began to dreaming that he was a dime Butte. Mont. Joseph H. Mc.Dermott, motive having struck a broken rail duced July novel announced Monday he would begin an bear fruit, and the results constitute hero. He wanted to be known as a investigation to determine and rolled down an embankment, whether a motorman, raced with the Cloudburst in Elk park canyon Monday night "bad BaftB." He had his picture tftket manufacturing e porations and being pinned beneath the engine a close approach to the notorious a of and saved thirty lives. Pursued by a the drumhead a revolve! over reign courtsniartiti smoking sunn sed on and have Mr. inventions of mads old daughter The Mrs. Alvin Benson was drowned In which were abolished by the late companion lying In a position of dead onnliances that wo Id be valuable in wall of water fifteen feet high, over a card table. This photo, sah; put on full speed down grade an irrigating ditch at I'mowaii. The dOUaa The innovations shorten the the preventing railroad accidents. Inven course of the inquest and trial, entire lawyer, depicted the character Df tors and. clinging to the track by a miracle have that mother missed the little one and charged corporations onh seventy two hours be Harry Orchard, "the tinsel hero" and valuable and sup- - reached high land just as the flood. patents started out to March for her and allowing 'ween indictment and execution, in showed tin' hereditary taint m hi: bought them to keep cf com tearing up the rails and sweeping all out them pressed atsmt block a a found her half eluding the and suicidi appeal of the prisoner to blood an untie committed below the house, washed up on the the military court of cassation, ami while woiTylng over some imnginarv petition with Inefficient appliances now before it, obliterated the road behind in use. him. The flood left six feet of mud crime bank of the ditch, dead the decision of this court. in the Great Northern tunnel. Out of more than 500 Utah teacher A Score of Workmen Drop Into River. China Ripe for Rebellion. who took the anual examinations in Enough to Make Russell Turn in His Lorain, O. A score of men were Trap m Mine. New York. A letter has been r Grave. June, over half of them failed to reach the on into here river precipitated Ilelleville. Ill Joseph Gennett. In the standard required hy law. There Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs Russell Sage reived at the headquarters of the board Monday and several were drowned, a Jail here, has confessed to setting a of missions of the be rlll fotvign another series of examinations has sent her cheek for $100,000 to l'resbvtei bridge crashing beneath them. death trap in the Consolidated coal In Angus'. Those who failed in ,iunt Chancellor J R. Day as a gift to the Isn church from one of the medical The men used a footbridge near the mine at Colllnsville, III.. will lie permitted to take the August Teachers' college of missionaries of the board now in Chi July 1. The Syracuse univerPlate railroad bridge to cross trap killed his cousin. Nickel examinations. na, the This conditions around describing Qen August sity college occupies fourteen Monday netii and also klk,d L(mU 0o)oRna James A. Strain-- , an instructor in nefM of land and a large castle of Canton. According to the writer ol the river to the,,- work. of the the footbridge lie implicates another coal miner who pontoon the university of Utah at Salt Lake, NorBMB style Of architecture, adjoin the letter, only a leader is neressatv morning to permit a vess-to pass. is not under srrest. The was drowned In the Minnesota river iig the campus, which was the home for a rebellion in that was Open motive for near Fort gnelrfag, Mint' Strane, ho ot Mrs Sage In her childhood She part of China He says that certalnlv The men were leaning agalust a rail- the crime, according to the coufes It a to iias desire that bo snail before expressed had hen pending his vacation with b months have pnssed a ing waiting for the bridge slon, was August's objection to his the permanent home of the Teach decided twelve stoned when the railing troke and i hanue in the parents, wna canoeing on the Minsister Kate Oennetl's msrrlage to nu government women is' that and al shall college, men went the river. In'o about twenty nesota witl, a when the be expected. , mpainou The authorities ate skeptics! Joseph. be to its admitted ways privileges uat ca Baited about (ieneti s tatem.nt thst he hsd sn accomplice. Water Pours Into Tube in Which Men Are Working, and They Are Only Prevented From Drowning Like Rats in Trap by Coo!-nes- U POACHING JAPS ARRESTED. Now We May Expect Another Howl From the Brown Men. The state department Washington has heen informed that the revenue cutter Manning, upon the 5th inst., seized two Japanese fishing schooners, the Nitto Maru and the Naimo, near the boat landing within about a mile of the seal island of St. Paul. Both the vessels were fully equipped for sealing and there were evidences that they had been plying their craft in the shape of fresh sealskins in the small boats. The seized vessels were taken to Unalaska and left in charge of the United Sttes marshal. The crews were taken aboard the Manning and conveyed to I'ngi in charge of a United States where marshal, they will be tried before a United States commissioner upon the charge of violating the sealing regulations. The Japanese embassy has been notified by the state department, but as the case appears to lie an ordinary one of poaching it is not expected that any diplomatic incidents will result. i Lost Life Saving His Companions. Atlantic City, N. J. It develops, according to persons who witnessed the incident, that Colonel Augusto Az zalli, leader of the Banda Gendarme of Guadalajara, Mexico, who was drowned in the surf, died a hero. There of Azzai s comrades, it appears, waded into deep water and began to struggle for their lives. Azzalli went to their assistance without consider ing or realizing the danger. He man aged to push the drowning men to ward shore until they found a foot tag, but his struggle exhausted Dim and he sank. Coolness of Soldier Prevents Trouble. Hahnville, l,a. A dozen militiamen faced a mob of loo would-blynchen here early Saturday and without fil ing a shot sent them peaceably back to New Orleans. Control over the mob was gained at the moment when an unequal fight was prevented by a remark drawled in softest accent bv a militiaman, who remarked: "Anv ot you fellows got a cigarette?" A laugh run through the crowd, and with this break in the tension an ugly situa tion cleared up. The posse had arrived at Hahnville on a freight train Miners Listen to Reason. A settlement has been reached of the question that was raised some weeks ago at Silver City and le Lamar, relating to wages of min ers The men made a romir.nl th.nl an increase of '.". cents all around be made. This was rgftWred to the home offices of the companies interested. The replies showed that It was not practicab'e to make a raise in the pa, and the showlnir made was so satisfactory to the men that both unions voted acre,, i (he exclusions of the companies and leave the old scale in effect Boise, Idaho. ' '