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r TIMES TREMONT FIBI.I8UED WEtKLV REVOLT IH MiTtira I Diphtheria lias made its appearance la Morgan county. Several persons nave been stricken. The governor anu till staff will attend the closing of the public vhools CHty on "May freak calf with iwo perfect beads on one body is on exhibition in a Bhow window in Ogden. The Team Owners' Union of Salt, Lake has been organized with a membership that controls about YLl Utah is to have a state fair this fall, the date being set for September 30 to October 5, and the place, Salt Lake City. At Ferron Bishop Lyman S. Beach was kicked and dangerously Injured by a horse. If he recovers he will likely lose an eye. Miss Ruby (lee, of Fayette, disappointed over a love affair, attempted suicide by drinking wood alcohol. She will recover. The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company will restore the free county rate which has heretofore prevailed in Sanpete county. man. an ice John D. Lynch, ia troubUi, heart from dead dropped Salt Lake City, as he was delivering ice to a customer. The quorum of seventies of Manti are making preparations to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their existence. Ralph L. Miller, of Fayette, who was ehot In the hand several days since, is rapidly recovering. He will lose two of his fingers. It is estimated that 1,000 men are at work improving the streets of Salt Lake, and that the work being done will cost $2,300,000. A sm; boy and a big match started a Are at Will Hadden's, near Ephraim. About thirty tons of hay went up in the flames. The Abraham Canal company will plant this year in Millard county 300 acres to apple orchard and 2,000 acres to small grain and lucerne. Mrs. Elizabeth P. Kendall, a pioneer of Nephi, is dead, aged 74 years. Nine children, forty-fivgranchildren survive and six great grandchildren her. George Barnes and James Rowland, ttoiwere nun liijiue rimisiuu two engines at Mllford, succumbed to their injuries at a hospital in Salt Lake. A forty-eight- e uwu Henry McKean, B pioneer confectioner of Salt Lake, a native of Scotland and 70 years of age, died suddenparly last week from a stroke of alysis. Se'veralj Utah and Idaho , business men have formed a corporation to lr rigate 52,000 acres of land in Beavei county between Beaver City and Minersville. Alfred Nebeker and L. B. Pead. o(, Rich county, were seriously injured in a runaway. Mr. Pead suffered the unjointing of his knee, while Nebekei was badly bruised. Diamonds valued at from $12,000 ti $ir,000 and $15,000 in cash ate the loot secured by burglars who blew the safe of John Daynes & Sons, jewelers, of Salt Lake City. Hans Jacobson, aged IS, was proli while playlni ably fatally injured about a freight train In Salt Lake City, being caught between the drawhcads of two cars and internally injured. Goudy, who is considered one of the moat promising aeronauts in the country, met with a mishap in Salt Lake last week which resulted in a broken leg The baloon failed to work properly and he fell a distance of 100 feet. Orson Park was stiot and Instantly killed at Nephi, by Sterling Vickers. The young men were bosom friends, and were hunting together, and the tragic accident was the result of extreme carelessness. May 10 was the date on which the RicUyield schools were to close for the season. The date lias been changed, and one week longer will be spent by the pedagogues In teaching the young idea how to shoot. The teachers are busily engaged prepnring an entertainment for school closing The fourteen year-olson of Robert Bennett, of Alpine, was badly burned about the face and will probably lose the sight of one eye by the explosion of a can of powder, with which ho and eome other boys were playing. While taking a load of truck to his farm south of Hyruni. James L. Jensen met with an accident. Tho reach of his wagon broke and he was thrown to the ground, breaking his leg above the ankle The break is a very bad one, as the bone protruded through the clothing which he had on. The town of Mapleton has filed suit agHlnst Sprlngvllie city, asking that the city be enjoined from ttalr.g twenty cubic feet of water from Hobble creek for power purposes, the appropriation of which was granted by State Eper Tanner d Military Government Has been Pro claimed as Result of Serious S'.reet Fighting at six-inc- e d g d a Fol-HM- it I Slot Machines Doctored. Butte, Mont Hurled from the third Rtory of the county court house, after being condemned to incineration by Judge BOurquin, what remained of slot machines, after they twenty-fivhit the ground, were publicly burned In the yard Monday morning by SherThe aggregate value iff Henderson. of the gambling de ires was more Without exception, when than $3.0oiiseize!, It was found that the machines had been plugged so that the lilguor premiums would not pay. e Husband Proved to be a Traitor and Wife Takes Her Own Life. St. Petersburg. The funeral of Mine. Madehda Baradina, a well tnowa revolutionist, who committed lUlclde, aroused the greatest interest n revolutionary circles on account of vet romantic history. Mine. Bnrndina vas the daughter of a rich manufac-ure- r of good social position, and left ler home to engage in the revolution She was tent to try propaganda. iev. Where she was arrested and for two years, being released n October, P.mli, ()n condition that she ;o abroad, where she met M. Bara-lina- , who was known as an energetic BSmber of the organization, and marfew days ago Mme. Bara-Unled him. accidentally opened a letter ihowing that her husband was a trai-owho had planned the arrest of an mportant group of terrorists, and ven proposed to bring his wife back o Russia in Order to deliver her Into the hands of the police. The police advised him to delay the matter in order to avert suspicion. Mme Bara-liua- . after reading the letter, took poison r Editor Killed a Gambler. Jobs p. McManus, Pendleton, editor of the Pilot Rock leader. was acquitted of the charge of murdering Robert Kstees McManus, while under the Influence of liquor imagined he was being robbed, and mistaking Kstees, a gambler, for the robber, McManus never denied shot him. killing Kstees. but alleged he was justified In shooting because he was being robbed. The jury which acquitted the editor was. with but one exception, made nil of farmer and represented an aggregate weabh of Ore.- - ROOM Chicago. Forty women were In- SJLT LAKE British Government Fears Trouble Sentiment in From are and Enlisting Lahore Complete Tie-u- p of Streetcar System, Patrons Being Compelled to Walk. jured in a fire that broke out Wednesday In the building at 255 Wabash avenue. The first floor was occupied Attempt of Company to Operate Iti Labor Reby the Story & ClarK Piano company Cars With and the three upper floors by the sults in Sympathizers of StrikLotus Lunch club, patronized excluers Bombarding Cars and sively by women. Crew With Eggs. When the flames were discovered 200 women, including the employees, were in the place, and at the first cry Salt Lake City. The street car of fire panic ensued. A number of strike in Salt Lake is now history, the women leaped from the windows of men having won out after two days the second and third stories. By far in which no cars were allowed to run. the greater number, however, .rushed The strike occurred Sunday morning, to the fire escapes. These were filled in a few second with a struggling and on Tuesday morning the men were mass of women, making desperate ef- bck at work, the company having acforts to climb down. Several of them ceded to their demands, which were: lost their holds and fell to the street For first years' service, motormen and others were pushed off. 25 cents per hour; and conductors, The flames started in the basement and ran up an elevator shaft with thereafter :10 cents per hour. Barn terrific speed, cutting off several wo- men, 10 per cent increase over premen in the front part of the building. sent wages. of these, despite the warnnew scale is to continue for This ings of the spectators, leaped to the The company promises ground. The others wno remained two years. were taken out by the firemen without not to discriminate against the men being injured. It is not believed that who took an active part in the trouany of the women will die from their ble, nor on account of affiliaton with injuries. any organization. KITCHEN FALLS DOWN SHAFT. When the men walked out on Sunday morning, the company attempted Peculiar Accident Happens in Butte to run a few cars with the assistance Cafe When Dropped Into Hole. of labor, but failed and Butte, Mont. With a crash that soon abandoned the idea, large crowds gOttld be heard half a mile away, a of sympathizers of union men taking house dropped 30 feet into the shaft a hand in the controversy. of the Phoenix Mining company on Trolley ropes were cut; eggs, deof in rear the Wednesday morning, cayed and fresh, were thrown at the the city hall. of the car. epithets were operators Five men were beneath the building hurled at the men who dared to work when the north bank began to cave for the company under such strenuous and the dropping of rocks and crashcircumstances; blows were struck, and ing of timbers warned them of the in one instance an officer Joseph Superintendent approaching danger. J S. Davidson, in charge of tne work, Jones, a speciaT agent of the Harri-maand Will Owsley had narrow escapes, lines was mobbed by a crowd being the last, to get from under when of frenzied strike sympathizers. Only e house dropped into the hole. the timely interference of the police The building was the kitchen of e June Cafe, and when it dropped saved Jones, who had drawn his gun. ft took with it ham, soup, potatoes and from exceedingly rough usage at the eggs, which caromed against the sides hands of the mob. of the hoisting shaft and which lies It is said that the union men themtoday in one conglomerate mass in selves took no part in these demonthe big hole. The hole is nearly a sympathizers being responhundred feet square and in the center strations, sible. a hoisting shaft took the dirt from The has caused much inconthe tunnels which are being driven veniencestrike to residents of Salt Lake, under the streets. many people being forced to walk miles to their work. POLICE ATTACK SEAMEN. 4 PEARY WANTS MORE FUNDS. I Ruction at Santiago Which Results in Suspension of Officers. Needs About $60,000 for Dash to North Pole. Santiago, Cuba. A conflict here between sailors and police followed an New York Lack of about $60,000 orderly banquet which was given at to finance the expedition may mean the Cafe Leon de Oro by a party of the abandonment of the dash to the first class seamen of the cruiser north pole, which Commander R. E A number of the seamen were Peary has planned for this summer. The badly beaten up and at least one will explorer, who has earned the distincprobably die. The attack was made tion of having reach "The Farthest by the police, and the seamen resistand who truly may be said alNorth," a ed arrest, and put up game fight, to live for the purpose of revealing to though unarmed. The captain and all the policeman the world the mysteries of the pole who took part in the affair have been itself, is deeply downcast at the possisuspended by order of the civil governor of Santiago, upon the representa bility that he may not be able to try tions of Commander Tappan of the Ta- - again. "This is a work which I must do, a coma and American Consul Holaday, who affirm that the lives of the Ameri- great work for which I was intended," can officers and men who go ashore said Commander Peary, and with a are not safe while such men are per- confidence that his work must be helped from somewhere, he added: mitted to act as agents of the law. "The money will come: somehow I feel certain of that. But if I was only, WILL SPEND A MILLION. assured now, what a relief it would Postal Telegraph Company to Extend be, and how I could concentrate all my energies on the details of the exIts Line to Frisco. pedition. Remember, we were but 174 Los Angeles. Clarence H. Mackay. nautical miles from the goal on our trip. It would be a pity indeed if president of the Postal Telegraph last we could not try again." Los in who arrived Angeles company, Wednesday after a huiried trip of inRural Delivery Costs Money. spection of the Postal lines in CaliPostmaster General Washington. fornia. Nevada and Utah, announced that the Postal company will shortly Meyer has approved the detailed adcommence the construction of a new justment of salaries of rural free deroute, beginning at Salt Lake and livery carriers as submitted by Assistending at San Francisco. At a point ant Postmaster General Degrew. The midway, probably at Reno, a connectnew schedule, which will become efing route will be run south in Nevada, fective July 1 next, will make a graded ManhatQoldfleld, Tonopah, touching tan, Rhyollte, Beatty and other towns, Increase in the compensation of carto a point on the main line of the Sanriers of from 9 to 25 per cent, based ta Fe. A thousand or 1.200 miles of upon the number of miles traversed. the new line will be constructed, at The readjustment adopted will involve an approximate cost of $1,000,000. an aggregate expenditure for rural service, during the nxet fiscal vear of Leaders. Labor by Standing nearly $35,000,000. New York. Singing the "MarseilTo Welcome Kuroki. laise," more than 6,000 Socialists and Wash. Lieutenant General Seattle, bor unionists paraded through the Brownsville and east New York sec- Arthur MacArthur, ranking officer of tions of Brooklyn on Wednesday to the United States army, accompanied show their sympathy for Moyer, Hay- by staff officers, has arrived here from wood and Pettibone. tne labor leaders San Francisco. General MacArthur is with the here to meet General under Indictment charged Kuroki, the fammurder of former Governor Bteun-- ous Japanese soldier, who will arive wore man a of Idaho Every ruhcrg her" May 2. The ranking will picture button of the accused men and be the spec ial representativegeneral of Presiseveral large banners picturing t ISO dent Roosevelt and will martyrs In a righteous cause were General Kuroki across the accompany continent n displayed to Jamestown, where he will be the nation's guest. Explosion in Mine. Havana Cigarmakers Out. Charleston. Va. Three men were Killed, four were severely burned and Havana. In consequence of the four others entombed and are probab- lockout in all the Independent cigar ly dead as a result of a mine dlsas-!factories in Havana 9.0oo cigarmakers at the vYhlllo mines, in the Leap have joined the ranks of the 3,000 Creek district. Wednesday afternoon. of the Havana Tobacco The mine where She explosion oc-- i employes It company who struck two months ago, iirred Is a shaft 450 feet deep belongs to the Dixson interests, who rtemandlng that their wages be paid In tlae own the Stuart mine, where an American Instead of the Spanish gold. explosion occurred last January that A committee of the strikers visited men. The explosion Governor Magooti and told him killed eighiy-sithey occurred at' 1:80 In the. afternoon In had decided not to hold nny meeting Hi.malr ending. or demonstrations and would guaran tee the preservation of order. Non-Unio- n Two-third- s non-unio- n n a- h UPRISING OF FINE Panic Follows Breaking Out of Flames in Lotus Club, Chicago, and Many Excited Women Leap From Windows. Johnstown Miners Saved by the Persistent Efforts of Heroic Workers. resi-denc- Killed by Hit Wife. Her mind unbalProvidence. K. it is believed, by nervous trouanced, ble. Mrs. Louisa Hohlon, 40 years of age shot and killed her husband, I.iee Holden, then turned the revolver on her son, Loull Williams, 15 years of She age, inflicting a fatal wound. then killed herself. The tragedy occurred at the boms of the Holdens, The. husband was 97 Tabor avenue a dealer in oils and paints, and the The couple family Is well known. had been married for about five years. CLUB UN STRIKE CARMEN III Vienna. Dispatches received here report an outbreak of a revolt and grave political crisis in Montenegro. A military government has been proMine Exploded by Conspirators, Killclaimed, and Premier Tomanovies has ing the Horses Attached to the tendered the resignation of the cabiPresidential Carriage, and Innet which Prince Nicholas has rejuring Several Staff Officers. fused to accept Armed bands are reported to be Guatemala city. Guatemala. Esmarching on Cettinje. Serious street Guatefights have occurred at Podigretza, trada Cabrera, president Of thirty eight miles north of Souptari mala, narrowly escaped assassination and having u population of about on Tuesday. He left his private 7,000. Several persons are reported at 7:30 in the morning for his to have been killed or wounded. The customary drive, accompanied by his militia has been called out and further staff. While passing along Seventh conflicts are feared. avenue an explosion, at first supposed The trouble in Montenegro has to have been caused by a bomb, ocarisen becar.se of the campaign the curred, killing the horses attached to cabinet has been inaugurating against the presidential carriage, wounding the radical party. The government is several coachman and injuring the destruction accused of Instigating the staff officers, including General Orel-lenof the principal officers of the t.w the chief of staff. The" president, principal radical papers at Nikeeas, which had attacked the government who was not Injured, displayed great and Prince Nicholas. This action has aroused anger throughout the country. presence of mind. Alighting from the carriage, he inLOSE IN CIRCUIT COURT. spected the surroundings and then returned on foot to his residence. Fines Assessed Against Packers Ara A careful examination showed that Allowed to Stand. the explosion had been caused by a St. Paul. Judge Sanborn on Mon- mine. The conspirators dug a tunnel day filed the opinion of the United from one of a group of houses rented States circuit court of appeals which by a man named Rafael Rodil, placed he had written, affirming the judg- explosives under (he roadway and ments of the United States district connected them by wire with a bat- court for tho western district of Mis- tery In Rodel's house, and from there the mine. Many suspects souri against certain packing compan- discharged have been arrested. Peace ies for accepting concessions of 12 throughout Guatemala and theprevails govcents per hundred pounds from the ernment officials say they have the portion of the established rate for the situation well in hand. on of provisions transportation GUY ROPE BROKE. through bills of lading from Kansas City to Christiana and other points in Solid Shot Fired Into Portland House foreign countries. Judge Hook and From Steamer Costa Rica. Judge Adams concur in the opinion. Ore. A solid Portland, The defendants in the cases inthree inches in buried shot, diameter, volved In the decision are the Armour Packing company, Swift & Co., Morris Itself in the side of an empty house & Co., and the Cudahy Packing comat the corner of Fifteenth and Petty-grovpany. streets Tuesday afternoon, afThese cases are the first of the ter narrowly missing a planing mill, tha rebate cases brought by United States against the packers and frightening into consternation the which were determined by the appei men, women and children in the neighlate court and this will form tha borhood. The source of the shot, basis for future action until the su- which was one such as is used In preme court reviews the decision. apparatus on shipboard, was a mystery until tonight, when it was REGULATION OF RAILROADS. ascertained that it was fired from One Company Must Connect Closely cannon on board the San Francisco With Another. and Portland steamer Costa Rica. The supreme court of Government regulations require the Washington. firing of this cannon once in three the United States has decided in ef- months. The officers were complying fect that the railroad commission of with this regulation, when one of the state of North Carolina can com- the guy ropes broke, allowing the of the gun to veer around pel a railroad company operating in muzzle the toward city. that state to so adjust Its schedule on to as accommodate passengers FLOUR TO SUCCOR STARVING. other lines from any particular part The opinion was de- Transport Buford Sails for China of the state. With Load of Provisions. livered by Justice White in the case or the Atlantic Coast Railroad comSan Francisco. Conveyed into the pany vs. the Corporation Commission stream by the army tug Slocum, with of North Carolina. the Twenty-seconband Infantry the playing martial airs, the directed The commissioners crowds on company to make connection at Sel-m- the quay cheering and waving a farewith a train on another line. The well salute, the government transport company resisted on the ground that the order could not lie complied with Buford sailed Tuesday from the Without putting on a special train. street dock for Chinkiang with This, It was contended, amounted to 1,009,000 pounds of American flour on taking property without due process board for the famine sufferers in of law. The supreme court of North northwestern China, contributed and Carolina held against the railroad ollected through the efforts of the company and its decision was con- Christian Herald of New York. The firmed by Monday's action on the 'ranspori Logan will sail May 6 for ground that the order does not affect hlnkhtng with 2.000,000 pounds ad-lrates, but it is a proper act of stato ional. I regulation. ROMANCE OF REVOLUTIONISTS. JAIL AND $1,000 FINE. Cnauffeur Who Ran Down and Killed Man Is Sentenced. Kenosha, Wis. Edward Collier, an automobile chauffeur, charged with killing William Brevet by running him down while driving In an automobile on the night of July 23 last, has been M&te&ce4 to pay a fine of $1,000 and costs and undergo six months' ImprisCollier onment in the county jail. recently was found guilty of manslaughter in the second degree. J! OF SIGNS INJURED RESCUED ARE I AH UTAH STATK NEWS at Park WOMEN IN TREMONT TIMES COMPANY W. H. Cipwell. Editor and Manager TREMdMOS IN Entombed FORTY Lahore, British India. Rifles and twenty rounds of ball cartridges have been served out to the local volunteers in consequence of sign of marked unrest among the Hindoo student element. The publication of inflammatory articles in the native newspapers, inciting race hatred against and demanding the Europeans native control of India by means has elected an parliament, of been followed recently by riots at Lahore and elsewhere in the Punjab and by attac ks on Europeans. Professional and political agitators are now tormenting strikes on the railroads and the government has concluded that it is time to suppress the rioting by forceful means if necessary. The authorities are satisfied that a determined front will speedily end the outward signs of disaffection, especially as they have the unanimous support of the great Mohammedan population, who at numerous mass meet condemned ings have emphatically movement. Recent the events have given a remarkable in pulse to enlistment in the volunteers The recruits include five judges oi the supreme court, the directors ol public instruction, university profe and Bors, high government officials leading bankers and merchants, all ol whom have entered the ranks of the privates. n CONDUCTOR A HERO. Fatally Injured in Wreck He Flags Train and Falls Unconscious. O'Fallon, Mo The boiler of a freight engine drawing a caboos6 and running at a high rate of speed exploded near here Saturday, wreck ing the engine and caboose and kill ing Engineer Paul Lynch, Fireman Frank Appleby and Brakeman George Brown, all of Moberly, Mo., and in juring Conductor Dessert and an un known brakeman. Notwithstanding his injuries, Conductor Dessert ran a quarter of a mile west of the scene and flagged a swiftly approaching passenger train from Kansas City, then fell unconscious. His warning saved the passenger train from plunging into the wreckage ahead. It Is believed he will die. WITTE IS LIBERAL. Former Premier Does Not Hesitate to Criticise Council of Empire. St. Petersburg. Count Witte, premier, in a characteristic speech in the council of Empire, dealt with the question of the statutes in regard to experts assisting committees in the Douma. He took an advanced stand, to a certain extent bidding for Liberal support, criticised the paralysis of the council of Empire and said it was unworthy of being called the upper house. "What sort of an institution is ours?" asked Count Witte. "Drifting aimlessly, avoiding its work, afraid to assert its will or proclaim its existence. Let us follow the Douma's example and take part in the country's business; otherwise we will be swept away as a useless piece of state mechanism." Count Witte's action is approval by the Liberal press. r hail-wit- BINGER HERMANN NOT GUILTY. Is Acquitted of Charge of Destroying Records. Washington. Binger Hermann, for mer congressman from Oregon, and former commissioner of the general land office, was acquitted of the charge of destroying public records, by a verdict of the jury at 12:40 o'clock Saturday. The trial had progressed for twelve weeks and the jury deiih erated twenty-onhours. Mr. Her , maim expressed thanks to each as did his counsel. e jurv-tnan- DOCTORS BAFFLED. Mysterious Disease Spreading Death Through Mexican Mining Camps. El Paso, Texas. A mysterious disease which baffles medical skill is reported to be spreading among the inhabitants of some of tho mining camps In Durango, Mexico. It Is said that a large number of cases have proved fatal. Word has been received since of the death of Antonio Alvadez. Garcia and Alfonso Brassarl. both prominent mine operators of Torreoo. Tornado in Texas. Fort Worth. Texas. One town is destroyed, extensive damage done to property and crops at other points and eight lives are known to have been lost as a result of a storm which was general over this state Saturday night and at some points assumed the of a tornado. , Tho village of Humming was practically 'wiped oik and five persons killed. The dead v. Alexander, a -- child named Wilkinson, Iwo voting M) and a little girL ' '