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TIMES THE MONT BLISUED WEKKLV PI TIMES COMPANY H. Cipwell, Editor and Manager FIVE YEARS FOR TREMONT W. UAH IREMONTON UTAH STATE son A of J. NEWS C. John-ba- ly son, of Logan, had his hand crushed in a hay pulley. The Sail Lane route has ordered locomotives from the twenty-threAmerican Locomotive company. Ed Madsen, of Mount Vleasant, is suffering with a broken collarbone, caused by falling against a table. Twent) pejple were injured at Park City on the 4th as the result of reckless handling of fireworks and firearms. Mrs. W. E. Brown while walking across the floor in her home at Mount Pleasant slipped and fell, breaking her ankle. At Redmond, near the southern end of Sanpete county, are deposits of salt in quantities almost large enough to be culled mountains. Former Wisconsin people now resident in Utah, and In Salt Lake particularly, will form a social club to be known as the Wisconsin Society. The Great Salt lake has risen nearThe ly five inches in two weeks. level is 3 feet above the zero feet higher than on mark, or 2 M MIKES ITI GENERAL DENIAL I Sensational Scene at Senten cing of San Francisco's Chief Executive Orchard iu Spokane a month before he killed Steunenberg, testified that Orchard said that it was because of IN THE HAYWOOD CASE Steunenberg that he lost hi6 interest in the Hercules mine. Other than for the interest and reof lief afforded by the introduction the witnesses three entire named, day Both Sides Profess Their Satisfaction was given over to reading the rest of Over Showings Made at Monday's the San Francisco deK)sitious. Hearing. IT WOULD PLEASE RUSSIA. DEPOSITIONS Never Talked With Orchard About Committing: Crimes of Any Character. JHE READ HP I T REALLY ST Such is Opinion of a London Corresponaentat the Peace Conference. Part of the San Fran Leading St. Petesburg Paper Hopes Boise, Idaho. cisco deposition dealing with the America and Papan Will Fight. Bradley explosion were read on MonSt. The Novoe Vre-my-a Petersburg. day to the jury that is trying William at the present express delight D. Haywood for his life on the charge Convicted Man Talks Back to th Head of Western Federation of Miners he murdered Frank Steunenberg state of the relations between Japan Says Japan is Insisting on the Right that Court, Declaring That Humiliating Placed on the Witness Stand In and the rest of them were presented and the United States; says that it to Deal Directly With California Remarks Should be Desisted Behalf of Haywood and Makes Tuesday. The reading began directly hopes for the worst; states that the Unless the Powers at WashingFrom and Sentence be ProSltef the court sat with Clarence controversy over minor happenings Complete Denial of Important ton Are Able to Control in is nounced at Once. California mere "a blind"; Harrow and Senator Borah alternating Statements of Orchard. That State. conthat Japan is ambitious to tor their respective sides. Both sides seemed to be satisfied trol the trade of the Pacific bv the with the showing made by depositions quasi open door, and adds that she is San Francisco. The sentence of Boise, Idaho Charles H. Mover London. The correspondent of the E their contents will probably fur- representing herself as being the inand five to Schmitz Mayor Eugene went to the stand on jured side. Daily Telegraph at The Hague sends opyears in San Queruln penitentiary for 10. a witness for his Wednesday,' July nish much material for Continuing, the Novoe Vremya re- in a dispatch which purports to reextortion, and the commencement and William D. posed contention when the trial reachHaywood, and besides es the flect the views prevailing there on , One objec- marks: partial completion of the selection of argument stage. making positive denial of all thb tion from the state constituted the Japanese-Americasituation, a jury to try VkSS President lxiuis crimes cleverly negotiated agree- the "Japan attributed to him and the other sole Glass of the Pacific States Telegraph for the day, and dur- ments and alliances with European which he declares to be more absorbinterruption Federation leaders by Harry Orchard, ing all the rest of the time counsel powers, warded off the possibility of ing than the conference itself. company on the first of ten charges The correspondent says that as a refor both sides seemed united in get- a coalition against her, and narrowed of bribing- - supervisors, were the fea- offered an explanation of the unsolicited appearance of the Western Fedtures of Monday in the bribery-graf- t ting all the matter in the sworn her opponents down to a single sult of his inquiries he learns the siteration of Miners as a defender oi statements before the enemy, this time America, who, like uation is really strained, although proceedings. jury. The state counted it a victory that Russia, is at a disadvantage, lacking both governments are trying to con The sentencing of Schmit. was one Harry Orchard immediately after his of the most dramatic scenes ever arrest at Caldwell for the murder ot Fred Bradley had receded from his an army and navy on two oceans. ceal the fact. He asserts that since first and positive statement that it The American tenure of the Philip- June 20 the question has entered upon witnessed in a western court. The Steunen berg. Moyer swore that it was Jack Simowas a gas explosion and was prepared pines is virtually a sufferance at the an acute phase. Japan has been sendeffectiveness of the fearful denuncia kins who engaged .Attorney Fred Milto believe that a bomb might have will of Japan, but it will give Ameri- ing the United States extremely catedelivlion of as the convicted mayor . . . . f a i. June 1, l'JOG. II. c ui oinmane co go to uaidwell to been used. ered Frank Bradley's first statement ca time to prepare for their defense." gorical notes stating without bitterby Superior Judge 11 Frank Ward, an year-olOrchard, then known as was made before he knew of The Novoe Vremya indicates that ness but in the clearest terms the Dunne prior to the passing of judg- represent Harry Thomas Hogan, and that it was at the boy celebrated Independence day ment was that unless Washington is able s will be forced to observe 3 Russia Orchard confession or the of demeanor any heightened by the, request of Simpkins that the witness other evidence by exploding a can filled with powder, of to control California, Japan will conOn-harattitude. neutral the who time and again and in locating prisoner, Haywood subsequently advanced the and as a result has a broken jawbouu sider herself free to act directly vicinity of his house. interrupted the court to demand that $1,500 from the funds of the Federa and may lose the sight of one eye. MOFFAT PROJECT FINANCED. California. Nothing, however, The prosecution was also pleased to "these humiliating remarks" be de- tion to meet the expense of against defending John Doolslne and Joseph Smith sisted from yet has been exchanged precluding a and that "the court do its Orchard. At various stages of the re have it shown that while Bradley was Denver Raise Half a fired off seventy-fivCapitalists pounds of dyna- duty" by pronouncing the pacific settlement, but many of sentence at cital the defense offered in evidencea still Inside the door when the explomite at Alta on the 4th, wrecking the once. to Million Utah Reclaim Land. at The Hague are of the sion occurred, particles of glass from At the conclusion, as the words number of documents Japanese including-rfront end of a saloon. The men have "be undisclosed cipher- tele the door, hairs from the nig that was confined in the state penitentiary heretofore Denver, Colo. Extensive irrigation opinion that the Japanese government been sentenced to 100 days In Jail. outside the door and pieces of stone development in Utah is contemplated ought to act without delay and not at San Quentin for a term of five gram which Simpkins sent to Federa-tiSergeant K. D. Drickner, stationed ve.us" fell from Judge Dunne's lips, headquarters and the union at Sil- and cement from the mosaic floor of by Denver citizens who have organ- give America time to utilize her vast ver City, Idaho, covering the moves the vestibule were blown at Fort Douglas, lost the sight of one the into his ized a company for the purpose of resources and economic potentiality, a great crowd that packed the court iu jinneci ine reiteration which was eye on the 4th, as the result of the room burst into a cheer. hundred fold greater than Japan s, to body. It will be contended that this reclaiming a large tract of government with the crime within a explosion of a glaut firecracker which shows land in This Uintah land lies Hats were thrown into the air, arms charged that perfect warlike preparations. county. the conclusively explosion after it occurred. some unknown person threw at him. was from the outside and could not along the .Moffat road in Northeastern were waved and there was such an unbegan by saying that he got Could Fight Japs While Getting Rich, John T. Thain, of Igan, is dead. restrained clatter of applause that the hisMoyer first knowledge of the crime from have been caused by gas inside the Utah, and the center of operations will He and his wife pulled a handcart bailiffs pounding for order could not the Denver house. be of Moffat. town the near The Says Congressman Hull. newspapers ami that on across the plaus, coming with tiie first be heard. The defense, on Lie other hand, is company is known as the Moffat Des Moines, Iowa. the evening of January 4. five days "Neither Japan & Development company and nor the United States waut a war at satisfied that the depositions show that company of the handcart brigade to Once, while the sentence impended, after the crime, a telegram in the FedUtah in 1850. He was 78 yeai-- of the judge threatened to send Attor- eration's cipher a code in which cei it would have been impossible for Or- is incorporated for $500,000. this time," said Congressman Hull, age. chard to have reached the vestibule Two large reservoirs are to be built chairman of the house committee on ney Metson of the mayor's counsel to fain numerals represented the alphaMrs. W. A. McEnery, who died in jail for contempt because he decried bet and published in the ritual of the and placed the bomb in the manner by the company, one north and the military affairs, Tuesday morning. Sau Francisco last week from heart the court's comments as "cruel and organization, was used to transmit, and time described by him, that the other a little south of the town of "There is a big element in Japan who the password to local unions came to evidence and disease, was born In Summit county. unusual punishment," particularly the effect Moffat. Ditches will also be construct- would welcome war, but the ruling and Metson Her first husband was U. C. McLaugh- was told by Dunne that he ought to Haywood from Spokane. It was long of the explosion shows that a gas leak ed, and the whole system will irri- classes are too wise to pick a quarrel and the translation was difficult and was the lin, the wealthy mining man of Park be "begging a day in court to defend cause, that there were not gate 30, (MIO acres of government laud. with the United States. If there is uncertain, but he and Haywood fig- two is This land City. now, worth $1.25 per acre, war we will at first lose the Philiphimself against the charge of having ured the next day that it was explosions, and that Orchard's signed as to his movements in the but members of the company say it pines and Hawaiian islands, but we Orange J. Salisbury, of Salt Lake, tampered with a witness in the case.' by Simpkins and read: "Cannot get testimony rear of the building when he claims he is similar to the land around Grand would triumph in the end, for the who died while en route to Europe for Again, resultant of the crowd's cheera lawyer to. defend Hogan. Answer.' poisoned the milk is shown by physi- 'Junction, which is worth $1,000 per United States would build warships his health, leaves an estate valued at ing of the sentence, Judge Dunne obtestified was he that Moyer suspical conditions to be false. It is well adapted for fruit. and fight out a acre. cious about the message, the newspa $:500,000, according to the petition filed served that "if we had a sheriff victory. We are the Seventy-fiv- e hundred acres have al- only nation which can conduct a war in the probate court last week by his worthy the name pers having already charged the crime the disturbance WAS A M'PARLAND CONSPIRATOR widow. would have beeen squelched." Sher- up to the Federation, and that he deready been filed upon. The water is and get rich at the same time." to be taken from the Uintah river. The federal government will expend iff O'Neil protested that "nobody cided to consult John Murphy, genDeclaration Made That He Tried to eral counsel for the Federation, beThe appropriations now include 300 OPENING OF NEW ROAD. tJi.000 during the next two years iu could stop it." P Manufacture Evidence for State. fore he took any steps. second feet and 38,000 acre feet, the The defense filed a bill of exeep-tionwith the state in irrigaMoyer said he left for Chicago that Boise. The defense in the Steunenafter motion for a" new trial and latter to be used for storage purposes. Western Pacific Will Soon Run Trains tion and drainage t investigations. afternoon, but that Havwood took the berg murder case on July 9th charged The company will absorb the Uintah The work will be done at the Agricul- motion for an arrest of judgment had matter Out of Salt Lake. and communication up opened been denied, and Judge Dunne granted that Detective James McParland has River Irrigation company which has tural college. with the union San at Silver Francisco. It is announced City and a certificate of probable cause, upon been guilty of an attempt to manufac- already constructed a ditch ten miles The that the Western Pacific will begin daughter of Ro- which Schmitz will go to the district made arrangements to engage Attoi ture testimony against. D. William to Moffat. almost long, bert Eito was drowned ou the 4th, court of appeals for a new trial. ney John Nugent to look after the running its first passenger and freight Haywood, but was unsuccessful in getof the Federation and to while the family was spending the day trains by the end of this month or earUSED INFERNAL MACHINE. ting the basis and details of the Orchard if necessary. The dein City Creek canyon, near Salt Lake. THINKS WAR SURE. ly in August. It will be operated for before court the and charge fense jury. produced copies of the correThe little one strayed away and fell Killed in Explosion 156 miles between Salt Lake City and Alva A. Swain, a newspaper corre- Two Miners Senator Taylor of Tennessee Indulges spondence and all of it was read into into the creek. Steptoe. Nev a station on the NePlanned by Unknown Persons. the record. spondent who represents the Pueblo in Some Jingo Talk. H. S. Pitkin, whose home was in vada toad. The latter runs between Chieftain Attorwas at said to that called thu Moyer Denver, Continuing, Collinsville, 111. Investigation by Provo, died in a Salt Lake hospital Oklahoma City, Okla. United States ney Miller came to Denver about the stand and and Pacific, as to a conversa- State Mine Inspector Walton Rutledge Toano, on the Central last week as the result of an accident Senator Robert Taylor of Tennessee, first of the following month, bringing tion he hadquestioned with Detective McParland has revealed, according to his state- Ely. The Western Pacific crosses it at Steptoe. at Knowls, near the with him the record of Orchard's pre line, in an interview here, said: in Denver last fall, Senator Borah for Between Oakland and a point fourhe being caught between a car and his "War with Japan is bound to come limi nary hearing. Miller went to Den the state, objected to the conversation ment, that an infernal machine, made by placing a loaded revolver in a teen miles northeast of Steptoe. the I am right leg crushed. eventually. glad that sixteen ver at tin' suggestion ot Simpkins, so on the ground that no foundation had tool box containing twenty-fivpounds present end of the track, the WestJohn Drown, a teamster, was struck battleships have been sent to the Pa. the witness testified, and brought a been laid for it. of the ern Pacific has 7,000 from any powder, Fedconnecting giant the that request Simpkins ciflc If coast. war were to be declared by a train in Salt Lake, while engraders and 5,000 Clarence Darrow for the defense, eration furnish the large sum of mon trigger by copper wire to the lid of t'sms at work, and is rapidly accumuwas who deavoring to save his horses which now Japan could easily gobble up all ey that would be needed examining Swain, explained the box, caused the explosion in ConOrto defend lating at Oakland and Marysville, in had become Perma and leaped of our far east possessions. that the testimony was offered for the solidated Mine No. 17, frightened Mover said that he and Hav costing the this state, aud Winnemucca and Wells, upon the track, his collar bono and nent peace can come to the United wood conferred with of that existed purpose there showing Uvea of Louis Colonia and Attorneys Mur August in Nevada, large quantities of ties and States by a large navy and I trust pny four ribs being broken. i Miner and suosequentiy gave a conspiracy between the mine owners Genetti. John W. Elsh, a miner, was rails. The new road some will cross the day this country will have one Miller $1,000. and the Pinkertons to secure the conErnest Fisher of Salt Lake was serCentral Pacific at Palisade. Nev.. and I consider the Mover denied that he had ever dis viction and execution of the prisoners. dangerously injured. iously injured and five others were hundred battleships. Fred of Houck the Superintendent will slightly Injured by the overturning of building of the Panama canal the cussed any kind of criminal act with "McParland approached this witness mine found a blackened revolver near 187 closely parallel the latter for the miles between Wells and' Winnean automobile near Ogden, Mr. Fish- greatest achievement of the age. The Orchard or any one else or that he in an attempt to manufacture test! the tool box with a wire fastened to mucca. W.iile the t er being pinned underneath the ma- fact that, with Its completion we could had ever given him a cent except for mony," he declared, "and I believe we thy He called the evidence the Goshute mountains of tunnel in trigger. assemble the Pacific and the Atlantic expenses made to Ouray as a bodyNevada is have a right to show it." chine and badly crushed. to the attention of the state mine in- being bored the He said that he had for him company will lay temWood said there was nothing Judge James M. Donaldson, a Salt Laics war fleets within five days is alone guard an and no personal feeling of hostility for in investigation resulted. porary rails over the spector worth the money." the evidence that furnished range in order to a gambler, was found guilty on Saturday Houck said he had not expedite track Steunen berg, and there were no cirSuperintendent laying. foundation for the introduction s proper of stealing 10,8T3 from the McWhirt-ercumstances that would make him debeen able to learn that any trouble AUTO CAUSES SHOOTING. in the famous bunko game iu sire the life of John Xevllle. whom of such testimony and sustained the existed among the miners and could Aims at Target, Shoots Sister. State's objection. which Chief of Police Sheets was ac Quarrel Over Price of Repairs Leads Orchard testified Mover wanted killed. not account for the evident attempt at Salt Lake City. Marguerite Goldis It Mcclaimed by the defense that Mover said that Neville came to him cusal Of having taken part. wholesale killing. to Probably Fatal Affray. ing, aged 20, was accidentally shot after his hi rest for aleged complicity Parland told Swain that he had a letMrs. George Tristram, aged 84 years, and probably fatally wounded bv her St. Louis. As- the result of a quar- in the independence station affair ter from Harry Orchard saying that is dead at Henefei WINE GROWERS AGAIN. She had been au rel over brother. Brigham Golding, 12 years. for repairing an au- and asked thai the Federation give when Haywood paid him for the Vln invalid, caused from a fall, for the last tomobile charges R. B. Haughton, formerly a him 200 to reimburse him for the exold, luesday evening. She is now at dlcator took him one to of the ,iobhe four years. She kept a store there of the peace, shot and probably pense that he had incurred in clearing Denver banks to draw the money and Situation in South of France is Serious St. Mark's hospital and is believed tr for over thirty years, and was well Justice nce More- be fatally injured. The little boy was but this was himself, refused. that when they came out of the bank request mortally wounded John Berry, presi known and hlg.ily respected by all. Mover denied that he participated dent of an automobile company. Two shooting with a Swain was standing at. the door and from rifle at a Paris. the of south Dispatches The application mude by a pmiui shots were saw them. It Is said that Swain told France report that the situation there target on the wall of the coal shed at fired, one bullet passing in the conference in Pettibone's backBent Salt Laker for an injunction where Orchard said he, HayMcParland that he could not remem- - is again growing serious. The dlssat-be- r the Golding residence. Miss Golding entirely through Berry's body Hough- yard Hg.unst In.s neighbor, from ton was arrested. At the city hosplt wood and Petti bona had discussed the Incident, whereupon McPar- - isfaction with the new wine fraud pasted through the shed Just as the acts of various violence, denied knowlptrmltting roosters to crow on he: al, where Berry was taken, It was land impressed him with the Import-- i law and the supplementary measure boy fired. The bullet went through ur the subsequent meeting at ance preatsss, this keeping him awake, said he will pmhnhly die. Berr win edge the thin wall and struck her back of of it as evidence and significantly now under consideration by parlia-tirgeFederation headquarters, where has been denied iii i he district court prominent as the inventor of an the- left ear The bullet him to recall it and become a ment, together with the arrest of swore the Steunenberg and For the quarter year the skull and lodged in the penetrated witness in the case. of brain. Neville executions were planned, deending June 30 persons thirty suspected complicthe secretary of state's office received Detective McParland denies that he ity in the burning of the prefecture nied practical SVeir material stateFairbanks Saves Girl's Life. in fees $41,516.25. ment in nil of Orchard's testimony. ever suggested anything Improper to at Narbonne, has reinflamed the peo- Defaulting Teler May Pead Inanity. Of this amount New York $25,otHi came fron U Tnat a plea of Insanltv Chicago. -- A special to the Herald Mover explained that Orchard accon Swain. Union Pacific ple. be the defense of Chester B. to him may railroad for amending its articles ot from Yellowstone national park says Allen F. because panied or. Ouray GUI, formerly master me The mayor and other municipal offchanic of the Tiger and Poorman icers are holding meetings and have de- Runyan. the paying teller of the Windincorporation and increasing Its capi- Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks chard was going to Sllverton and they on Monday risked his life to save Miss made the lourney together as a mattal stock $100,000,000. mine and later city engineer or Spo- cided to again resign their offices un- sor Trust company, who R charged The body oi ihe 2 year Old babv girl Lena Waters, a waitress al the Park ter (if eonvenleee. Representatives of kane, and his wife. Mrs. Olll, were less the arrested are released, with abstracting 9O,OO0 or the trust the United Mine Workers hud been also witnesses hotel. While on the of Mr. and Mrs. Moroni hotel for the defense on sitting the Hainev troops withdrawn and the wine company's funds, was indicated by his beaten up bj thugs employed by the which will be remembered was drown- veranda the vice president heard mine owners related Tuesday. that bill Is modified. They fraud jointly General Bail-lou- counsel when Runvan was arraigned and the witness mid Orin court on Tuesday, On behalf or Orchard ed in the Brooklyn canal about two streams from the lake fmm the young chard took to , sell them Harry of attempted commander the sixteenth along cut off shotguns for his his counsel said he had been Inin interest the Hercules months ago. was found on the 2nd by lady, who was struggling to keep her their own protection. In mine has issued Instructions to army corps, Mover swore Mr. Fairbanks leaped Into self afloat February and March, 1899, which was pn serve order and all troops in the formed that the prisoner's maternal that his was not siihseqiioutlv George Blaln, a farmer of Brooklyn. the lake, and. with the assistance of used to killgunLvte The body had lodged In some driftjust prior to his departure from tho disturbed region have been confined grandmother had died In an Insane Gregory, hut thai Oranother uuin. saved the girl. asylum and that Mrs. Runvan wood chard returned it to the witness after Coeur d'Alencs, and Mr. Olll who saw- to barracks. her husband's mind affected. believed to back Denver got they From Vernal comes the report of Race Riot in Indiana. AN INVASION OF JAPANESE. the birth of a freak lamb. The lamli Alleged Thief Caught After Fleeing New Mayor for San Francisco. Mhlchigan City. 1ml Government Crop Report. Following a or lambs were fully developed, but drunken From to Liverpool. Portland more than fifty SyrSan carouse, Francisco. A new angle was Hundreds of Orientals Arriving irt The Department of were killed in being born, as also the Washington New York. J. F, Townsend, for ians and Turks ttgagi d in a riot the municipal situation given Vancouver from Honolulu.. mother had to be killed Tuesday The lamb among themselves In a suburb known Agriculture reports conditions or cnjM merly a bartender In Winter's cafe afternoon, when the board of superon July as follows: Corn An. age, had six legs, two tails and two ner- - as Vancouver, B. C laboring men of visors met and Portland, Oregon, who Is alleged to the Syrian sell lenient. Their weap a vote of 10 to 2 fect heads, the nee! condition. 80.1. Winter have stolen $2. .".on from the cafe and this city and province are up in arms elected Charles by ing at the ons were knives, clubs and stones. 28.099.490; A. Boxton, shoulders one of :; wheat 7s over Condition. the threatened thouInvasion of Spring wheat fie to HexloO, Canada and Uverpool, Several of the rioters were wounded their number, acting mayor to succeed Condition. 87.3. Utah doeB not grow as many pota Two All of wheat sands from Honolulu. The Japanese was over who from ij.y to brought undertook James J. Gallagher, who since policemen England on quell Amount in runners hands contoes today as the state did In Hum. the disturbance mo were one Saturday upon the steamer Campania. labor market is already overstocked viction of Mayor Eugene n. the bushels; equivalent to To,', per ceil of He wax In Schmitz In that year we raised nearly 1,500,000 of them, William A ovei)owered, will not stand for the com- on the custody of a Portland de- a,K' "'ey Warner, Oelng the crop last year. The average conbushels and ranked thirty-firs- t leitive anil win e taken to thai cltv In:; ot such numbers of Oriental tm. acting ascharge of extortion has been in the badly beaten and stabbed seriously. or dition winter on l wheat mayor The two votes opJuly was for trial The entire police force and a comwith migration records show that 2.500 have posed to Hoxton production of potatoes mher were those of Hnner Townsend whs traced to Liverpool arrived In British Columbia since visors tales. The production of the sugar pany of firemen raided lb settlement 78.3, as compared with 77.4 iagt O'Neil and Tveitmos, who were month. V.fi on July lMur,, y on by rls mall, which wan forwarded to January 1. most of them from beet now taken precedence gang the and quelled the rowappointed to the board to fill vacanJuly I, I90f. and a ten year ave age hiui a lhat city pvta'o cultivation. cies, by Mayor Sen ml t.. of 80.1. I as-ter- ts dii-ectl- fellow-defendan- 0 Og-de- n di-le- e few-day- s n three-year-ol- d d Utah-Nevad- a e i i fi.OOO-foo- next-doo- Or-cha- - pei-son- s Hun-yan- 1 - .