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.-- HEPIII TEE CONGRESS NOW IN SESSION. RECORD. COAL MINERS STRIKE r" Colombia' means war. Flood of Bills Introduced In the House MEET DEATH IN MINE Senator Morgan Believes Uncle Sam MEN IN THE COLORADO DISTRICT ori First Day Has Series of Complications on NINE MEN PERISH IN A MON- . QUIT WORK. Senator Frye, president pro tem of His Hands. TANA GOLD MINE. MBPH1, UTAH. the senate, called that body together Senator Morgan, discussing the Col In the second extraordinary session of In Utah and Wyoming, However, the jombian situation, says: h Men Seem Satisfied and Will Prob the congress at noon Mon "This is the fourth time the United Mine a Blazing Tomb for Men Who UTAH STATE NEWS. day, and after prayer by Rev. F. J, Were Unable to Make Their ably Continue at Work. States has landed troops on the Isth mus under cloak of the treaty. HerePrettyman of Washington, the formal Escape After the Alarm Was A new theatre is to be opened tJt proclamation calling the congress In It Is now evident that the strike tofore it has been for the suppression Given. Ogden during the week. extraordinary session was read. The of the coal miners in the First or of the rioting and for the protection of At the recent election In Santaquln special session of the senate following Trinidad district of the Colorado Fuel Colombia. Now that It Is again the Fire in the Kearsarge mine, six & Iron company, Is no small affair. In wish of Colombia It votes were cast In both the adjournment of the only forty-ninwill miles from Virginia City, Mont., early undoubtedly congress last spring, eliminated much fact, It Is a strike all out of proportion provoke a polling places. just protest. Friday morning, killed nine men. of the routine work which would oth to that even hoped for by the officers The Citizens' Prohibition ticket at "Colombians mean war. Of that I The damage to surface buildings la Mon of the United Mine Workers of Amer. am certain.' This Cedar City was elected by an over- erwise have been performed at will find slight. Among the dead is Superingovernment senators New had gone lea, and ten times what was looked that It will have a day's session. whelming majority. series of complica- tendent R. B. Turner of Butte, one of the formality of taking oaths for by the coal operators. through tions on Its hands not unlike that of- the best known Tom Cunningham of Ogden was se of mining men In the office, seats had been assigned, and At the meeting of the superintend fered by the Indians when they were northwest. Four of. the bodies have riously Injured In a runaway accident with the exception of the appointment ents and held In the C. F. & met with the territorial aggression of bis spine being badly injured. oeen recovered. of some vacances all functions of the I. offices "in Trinidad last Thursday this government, and the trouble the It la expected that the telephone organization had been completed. All the dead miners are from Butte night, reports were made" that In no Colombians will make will be similar lystein at Malad will be in working At the roll call seventy senators an camp would enough men go out to to that of the Filipinos, with the con and were single men. The Kearsarge order before the close of the week. Is one of the principal gold mines of swered when President Pro Tem cause a shutdown. It Is doubtful if duct of warfare far more difficult." It Is claimed that trains will be run Frye declared a quorum present. the state, and is considered very valWILL COME TO TERMS. enough men can be found In the whole uable. Senators Hoar and Gorman were ap district to work the mines at Prlmero. nlng from Salt Lake to Los Angeles over the San Pedro road early In 1905. pointed by the senate to inform the About 5 o'clock fire was discovered At Gray Creek every miner but one Colombia and Panama Enter Upon Peace Negotiations. Mrs. Nalen of.Elsinore, while cut president that congress had organized has quit, and that camp is surrounded Issuing from the tunnel house on tunwas No. 1, At the time the flames were and nel to comA receive last any ready week, got her finger cablegram has been received at by armed guards. At Bowen the men ting cabbage discovered the timbers in the tunnel Panama under the knife and cut the end of It munication he had to make. from General Reyes containare quitting rapidly. At Tercio the A resolution offered by Mr. Cullom men were ablaze. How the fire originated Off. quit early. At Starkvllle, one of ing the Information that he has been 12 o'clock noon as the hour for the Is not fixing known, but at. the first alarm Peter Mortensen has asked the camps reported as being wholly appointed by the government of Col was sessions all daily the as convening ombia miners, carpenters and laboradopted. company men, nearly every man quit. peace commissioner with the state board of pardons to commute Senators on llanna and 170 in all, hastened across some of Gorman, At Peadmont, the new camp of the duty his sentence to that of life Imprison making arrangements with ers, account of the recent won victories the the the by Rocky Mountains Fuel company, the gulch to aid in subduing government of the republic of ment them In their respective states, were men took their tools home. There Is Panama flames. the end that national honor Woodey Hodgson died suddenly la the recipients of much attention. not one mine in this section that can may be saved. Everything In Panama Superintendent R B. Turner, whose n Ogden restaurant as the direct When Senator Hanna on arrived Is the start up with half a crew of miners. quiet today, but the circulation of temporary quarters are high on the of choking on a piece of beef-itea- floor of the senate he was greeted At least 800 miners joined the union the news of the appointment of Gen hill across the right fork of Alder with cheers, which Increased to thun In Trinidad on eral Reyes resulted In enthusiastic gulch, and but a short distance from Saturday. The Italians celebrations Mrs. Benson has secured a verdict derous aplause as he was followed a not only because the genalhave quit almost unanimously, eral has many friends here, but for the burning tunnel house, at once In the district court at Junction, for moment later by Senator Gorman and though they have not joined the union the reason that his mission Is looked went to the scene and assumed the $744 for breach of promise, against D. the two shook hands to any extent. cordially. upon as assuring the independence of directing of affairs and of giving orW. Stokes. The house of representatives of the ders in regard to the work of extinIn Wyoming it is not believed the the Isthmian territory. Two barns were destroyed by fire congress on Monday held men will strike. Efforts were made guishing the flames with the others, WILL MAKE A REPORT. at Manti last week as the result of Its first session, and except for the tome time ago to organize the miners entered the tunnel through the fire carelessness of small boys or cigar- naming of committees, which will fol- of Wyoming, but it proved a signal Admiral Walker Sent to Panama by and smoke to give warning to the low later, organization was completed. ette smokers. miners and to aid in their esthe President. Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois, whose failure. The chief objection to organThe Lehl sugar factory has cut election to the speakership was as- ization by the men was that they Rear Admiral Joseph Coghlan, who cape. Turner has not been seen since of the season's beet sured months ago. was formally elect- were receiving top wages" and were Is to assume about command of the naval entering the mine. He leaves a wlfo ed and inducted into office. , crop and has sacked nearly 11,000,000 The speaker forces on the Atlantic side of the and one child. old officers were and satisfied. of sugar. pounds A dispatch from Winter Quarters, Isthmus, was on the Mayflower, which the customary resolutions adopted CAME NEAR BEING BATTLE. cases of providing for the appointment of a Utah, says that regardless of the or- left for Panama, as was Admiral Jchn There were seventy-seveto notify the president and to strike, the' miners at G. Walker, president of the Isthmian typhoid fever reported In Salt Lake committee senate of the election of a sneaker ders Issued But for Cowardice of Columbians Our City during the month of October, a9 and clerk, and a committee to Join a that place will continue to work. canal commission. Admiral Walker. senate committee to notify the presi- There seems to be no dissatisfaction It Is stated, goes to Panama for the Marines Would Have Had to Fight. against 128 for September. Advices just received from Panama of the presence of a Quorum in In the camp. Two horses were stolen from the dent two purpose of observing conditions on the bodies. The ru'.ea of the the ground and reporting to the presi- give additional particulars of how nar barn of P. C. Jensen at Mt. Pleasant congress were adopted Russia and Japan Will Sette Differ dent on the situation and on any rowly a conflict between the Amerl- one night last week. It Is thought a, for the congress by an ences. changes that have occurred since the can marines from the gunboat Nashaye and nay vote after brief discussion, Isthmian canal commission made Its couple of tramps took the horses. ville and the Colombian troops under" The Russia between negotiations during which the minority sought to last report. B3" was 13. Ul O. Ull f secure an increase In the representa '. VglCll Colonel Abaos was avoided. and Japan have so far advanced that on the committee. Terely Injured by being thrown from tion set-- , COLOMBIA announcement Is a ma made the PROTESTS. to that the the According dispatches ' Several hundred bills were Intro her buggy In a collision with a street were landed In the morning and mar be expected soon. The tlement rines duced In sesthe house at the opening Strong Objection to Action of the threw up intrenehments car on the main street of the town. near the sion. A statehood bHl for New Mex- - terms of the agreement have not been United States. The report of the Salt Lake board ico, Introduced by Delegate Rodey, has disclosed. Ii Is only reported that were further eteamshlp pier. They It has been learned In official circles of health for the month of October the distinction of being the first house a friendly adjustment of the differcars near tho protected by freight bill of the congress, and ences between Russia and Japan Is In Washington that the United States trenches. Some 400 Colombian troops shows an annua! death rato of 8 per will be number one. nartholdt (Mo.), of Colombia has lodged a protest with were drawn 1,000, as against 10.40 for September. up near the American sought this, distinction for a bill re- now as good as reach ed.""Mid that all the state acthe department against war of collihas coma the car was The street but and lines As the result of army canteen, storing disappeared. prospect things looked threatening pelled to take second place, and this German foreign office-this tion of the United States In connec- for the handful of Atperlcans. Colonel sion In Salt Lake City, caused by the bill having is number two. A bill connas received the Vienna tion with the events that have oc- Abaos jumped out before his troops breaking of a brake chain, several gress the right to regulate giving the trusts knowledge, curred on the Isthmus of Panama, The and ordered them to advance on the was Introduced by Palmer (Rep.) report that the czar and Emperor Wilpeople were injured, but none liam have signed a far eastern al- terms of the protest could not be as Americans, The Colombians had no Pennsylvania. Chairman Hitt of the foreign affairs liance with smiling Incredulity. The certained, but It Is known that strong desire to Articles of Incorporation of the B. committee Impale themselves on the Is made to the attitude of offered the resoofficials at Berlin, say it Is one of objection of the marines and refused J. Lund company, organized at Mo lution: "Resolved, by following bayonets in the United States and general," the house of dena to carry on a general mercantile representatives. That the president those Idle Inventions that follow any against Interpretations made by this to advance. They retreated and were of sovereigns. government of the treaty of 1846 be followed by the combusiness, have been filed with the communicate to the house, if not In- meeting tween the United stars of America with the Interests of the compatible after he had broken mander his sword state. of secretary public service, all correspondence and Representative Canncn .of Illinois and the United States of Colombia. across his knee. Fifty American resChosen. Speaker of the House. Probably the flrrt charge of va- other official documents relating to Is Lake Salt Girl" Dead. idents of Panama had been armed In the recent "Sleeping in revolt the isthmus of grancy ever entered against a woman Panama." At the caucus of the Republican the meantime, and the lieutenant In Bessie Barbara Knecht. the "Sleep In Salt Lake City was placed on the members of the bouse of representaof the marines sent word command case so whose has attracted tives held In the hall of the house ing Girl," police register one night last week BATTLE AT THEATRE. to Colombian the much camp that while his and attention locally through against a colored woman. Saturday night, Representative Jo- out were men there at In died the country, her home simply to protect AmLouis Winders of Grant, Idaho, find- Two Men Killed and Two Wounded at seph O. Cannon of Illinois was unanierican Lake Last Febru Salt property, they had no Intention Entrance of Wallace, Idaho, City. Sunday. mously chosen as the candidate of the ing be had boarded the wrong train of was Miss Knecht to dodging any trouble that might ary St brought Opera House. majority as speaker of the bouse. jumped from a moving train In Salt come In their way. an Mark's or unconscious hospital Two dead and two wounded Is the A resolution was adopted making Lake City, sustaining injuries which In condition. She remained sleeping result of a shooting affray at the en- the elective officers of the house In that state for forty-sevewill probably prove fatal. OLD BOILER EXPLODED. days. The trance of the Wallace, Idaho, opera the last congress the nominees for doctors finally decided the disease The sugar beet harvest at Mt Pleaswas the result of an attack of scarlet Seven . congr People Are Injured While Har ant was finished last Saturday and bouse Monday night. The shooting the and pronounced the case Incur fever as contook the Just the of The rules place theatregoers fouran of vesting Field of Corn. the crop has made able. Miss Knecht was removed average were leaving the theatre, following a gress were adopted for the from the hospital to her home In May, teen tons to the acre, paying double, While students of the Agricultural It was rlecldei that fifty and although she recovered consciousNelll comJames the by performance name would have what the College at the Ohio State university acreage The trouble aroe over Wil- shall be the number necessary to call ness, has never wholly rallied. pany. In done caucus. at Columbus, O., were witnessing the grain. liam ClufT, a miner. Insisting on smok- a Their Tune. harvesting of a field of corn for en They'll Change George W. Chance, of New Orleans, ing a clear In the theatre. Policeman Pennsylvania Pugilist Meets Death in la In a Salt Lake Cily hospital suf- Rose B. A Vancouver. C, dispatch says: silage pnrpoHes by a machine, oper ejected ClufT from the building, a Prize Fight. excited fering from a broken nose and two when ClufT armed himself and took up Public resentment, by the suc- ated by an old traction engine, tho Clarence, Doollttle Is under arrest cess of the United States In the Alas boiler exploded, killing Engineer badly broken wrist, as the results of bis position at the, entrance of the falling down the flairs In the rlfy opera bouse. When the crowd began at Frar.Hln. Pa., charged with the ka boundary matter. Is not quickly Charles Pepper and injured seven murder of Willi M. KlngRley," a lor a! and county building while vlsting that to leave the one, Assistant Engineer John building, Cluff began to ath!eM and font ha player. IVoIlttle allayed, and at each possible occa- persona, Delsrarn, fire at Kn'f, Dr. W. F. Fims was shot building find"? fatally. the sion expression among In a fieht Hat- The include President VerBurinjured An effort is being made to secure In the brad nnd killed, while Rose and and K'ncs'ey engaged f.f this province. ral was de-l- y gr the public were rIirerrran and King-lwounded M'CJorn riebt. urday a non If. who of m!ntrel had Ms hand man-gteM. Davis, Is in, of who performancethe pardon Hoy Kalghn, ho in turn was shot three clared tl o dinner sflr t:,tf rcunds trout" last Cln;T. rnu-fof tho the evening and students. several now eervir.g a sentence In times by the pnlbrn-anliving at out had been fought. IWore he loft, the American anthem had no sooner ben The foree of the explosion was the state pri?on for the shooting of fifteen rnnu;es. There was a stamped? ring, however, it was discovered that recocn'zed thin the callery broke Into vessel, and ominous WilJard llaynes in Salt Lake City In amon the. (hefitre aoers. several be- he bad ruptured a piece of flying Iron were hurled and when the flag Ing l.tirt in the rush back to the foyer physicians were with him all night, formed itself In the stac the air and blew a great hole the IftOL through lights December, when the ooUng began. but could not save his life. so loud In a barn over Ho became of dis?ent expressions yards away. Messrs. Mo Johnson, T. H. Cutthat the curtain was hastily rung FIGHT FOR A LOVER. Will Enforce Chinese Immigration down. ler and H. T. Pyper of Logan, are GOVERNOR 13 NAMED. Law. Two Girls Engage in Prize Fight for organizing a company to present Germans Seek Revenge. Porfirio Melandes Is Executive of As the result of the annual eonfer Favor of Young Man. throughout the state. They A of from the government dispatch will leave about November 10th and nee of Immigration commissioners Two Schuylkill Haven. Pa., mill Africa, dated will play Cache Valley towns before girls. Millard Orlando of the former Just concluded. Commissioner General German Southwest The government of the republic of ma5. Nov. The Windhoek. says: ensouthward. more Panama much Fareent rigid Friday night appointed Senor proceeding predicts place, and taura Sarton of Cressona, colonial of tb forcement Chine of troops. the Including Immigration jority Porfirio Melandes civil and military emLineman Van Wagner, In the aged about 15. rivals for the hand of law than heretofore. Per ret a ry with a mounted 20 together battery, of Colon, pending the apcom& Tower a handsome young man. fought In a ploy of the Utah Light defines his policy to be rigid men have started for Warrnbad. It governor of new officials. Those of cn fair Is ssld pany In Salt Lake City, was struck suburb of Schuylkill for a half hour. enforcement of the laws, ba1 T?indetwar tribe, pointment fh that Chin-inof old number government have ben Impoby a current of electricity one night The Cressona girl was finally put out fieaJIcg. The which massacred the garrison of the the border Is MetUan tbe spectors along since the troops left. The prelast week which had a power of 2,000 with a black eye. The police arrest- to be Increased, In view of the report- fort at Warrnbad and the German In- tent a and fect, Sensr, Cuadros, and the Alcalde. volts and still lives, but he will loss ed the girls, but released them wits ed encouraeemenf of Chines immi- habitants of neighboring village families Fenor Guerrevo, are now nonentities. the took English prisoners. a hand. each of a portion reprimand. gration to that coufnry. Btiffibers aborj 5'') fighting ed.b. They bave not been arrested. 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