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TIMES TBEMONT PI Jil.I.ollEU WEKKLY W. Uf TREXOMT TIMES COMPANY H. Capwell, Editor and Manager TKIMONTON I UTAH STATE A new IN IS I SUPPLY ADVICE of com Of irrigation company for Green River has been Incorporated. TIM new company ha.-- , a capital of $100,-000- . UTAH UifilMM IN CAPSIZING DROWNED Of LAUNCH Great Railroad Man Predicts Coal Shortage This Winter, Because of Expansion of All Lines of Industry. mm urn PRESS SERVICE AH NEWS IM STRIKE PARALYZES f ri:asure ed 0A-rato- rs Who Furnish the News to Wre on Bear River Are Into the Water and Two Unable t0 Reach Shore. Party E ;ht Hundred Papers Thiough- OJt United States Wa!!: Out. iiiu ' flood rniMn l iitnn 1 i MIL. People of Japan Suffer From Three Cornered Disaster, Many Lives JEWS ANO ASSAULT WOMEN Warfare at Casablanca Gives Arabs to Wreak and Moors Chance Vengeance Upon Inhabitants. of the of the most disTangier. Horrible details Logan. Utah and Much Property Being Lost. Omaha E. H. Ilarrlnian and his of Jews, the maltreatment accidents ever has that been (laughter tressing was thrown Thomas, aged two sons attended church at Trinity jf women and the pillage and burning reported in Cache valley was the acfrom a buggy during a runaway In Kpiscopal cathedral here Sunday dur of shops at Casablanca are told by cidental evendrowning Tuesday Bait lake City and almost instantly ing a break in the westward vacation passengers who have arrived here by Now Reaches ing of W illiam B. Preston, Jr., and Strike killed. Villages Flooded and Houses Carried steamer from that port. trip which the railroad magnate Ik Telegraphers Solon both whom were of They say Barber, From Canadian Line to the Gulf A movement has been started by Away, Ground Subsides and Homes making on his special train. In answer the bombardment of the after that the best in known men among young lookthe reform element of Park city of Mexico. to questions during the afternoon, Mr. Railway Teleg Are Destroyed, While Ships this section of the state. Frank K. place began the Moorish soldiers and ing to the closing of the red lig it Ilarrlnian said: raphers May Also Join in Are Sent to Bottom by the Arabs revenged themselves upon former Nebefcer, district attorney, district. I think we shall have a coal shori the Movement. the inhabitants, plundering, killing and Dreaded Typhoon. and his brother, Horace Nebeker, toFor stealing a watch valued at $2..i0, age this winter due to the general inburning on all sides. They sacked gether with Ir. Charles Gowans and Emmet t Ilrady of Salt Lake was last crease of the consumption of coal by the custom house and burned a large Roy S. McAllister, narrowly escaped week sentenced to two years in the reason of the great expansion of all -at 7:30 th'- fate of Preslon and Barber. night part of the city, whose streets are Monday Chicago Is B. C. life of loss Heavy Victoria, state prison. lines of industry all over the country 'clock over BOO operators of the AsThe six men were riding on Bear reported from central Japan because filled with decomposed bodies. ' nd also to the fact that some mlne3 The First State bank of Salina has sociated Press closed their keys and river near the Benson district in a Df floods, according to advices reAmong the Jews killed was a man been incorporated, with a capita! of are not able to turn out as much as walked out of their offices from New under the protection of the British 8 o'clock Tnes-laabout sevlaunch, gasoline ceived steamer the by Athenian, $25,000. Local capitalists are back of they might because of lack of labor, York to San Francisco, from the Cananight, when they attended to eral hundred being killed in all and consulate. His sisters were assaulted and then there Is the shortage of dian line to the the enterprise. Gulf, leaving the 8 to p.iss under a railroad biidge. The many injured. The property loss was and carried off by Moors. Paving contracts have been award- freight cars to be reckoned with. And newspapers in the United States who launch struck one of the supporting very heroism both by Many feats of great. A score of lives were ed by the Nephi city council and that as to this car shortage, 1 want to say are members of the association comand soldiers are reFrench Spanish sank almost piles and, over, off an turning ilso lost at Island Kozushima, town will soon have substantial ce- a word in reply to the charge that the without telegraphic news counted. The two Nebekers, ('.owpletely instantly. in an which Izu, earthquake destroyed railroads are wholly to blame for the ment sidewalks. Arab tribesmen who had gathered ns and .McAllister were thrown clear many homes and sent the islanders to The unimproved portion of the city car shortage. The charge is unjust in The strike follows the peremptoiy ninl managed to swim safely to shore. :he hills in paic. At from the surrounding country to the the Takigawa hall square in Ogden is being parked, many respects. Numerous causes con- demand of the Associated Press oper Preston and Barber were, it is beground subsided twenty feet and a number of 5,000 or 6,000 swept down most of the work being done by the spire to bring about a shortage or con- ators for an increased scale of wa; lie', ed, caught under the launch. upon General Drudes' camp, outside As large number were killed and injured gestion in cars of which the people und a decrease in working hours, em- fa as prisoners In the city jail. member Cosablanca, of the Friday afternoon. any They The knows, sent party the government Japanese A young man named Hutterworth know nothing, and they ate causes for bodied in which demand was an ulti- neither came to the surface after the steamer Tenshin Maru with relief off with considerable loss. were drixen sup which the are not railroads responsiwas accidentally shot while on an outLater they renewed the atack and matum of 21 hours for an affirmative disaster. plies were repulsed. The French again with an alternative of a genei-aing In Logan canyon. He is In the hos- ble and cannot avoid." The disaster has great-es- l answer, caused the In Hiroshima the floods; Mr. Harriman deprecated the recent troops are in splendid condition and pital at Logan and will recover. distress in Logan, where Barber RCro most severe.province strike. Ihe banks of the spirits. The warships supported them tendency of rate legislation. Said he: A general strike of all the switch There are indications that the Na- and Preston were most highly regard- Seno river gave wav and the the "In vlll'gea during the attack by keeping up a and ed. is W. B. Preston development son the PresImprove of men on the Denver & Rio tional Order of Railway Telegrapheis Grande of Yano, Nakano and Okukaila in Akl steady shell fire on the horsemen. ment of railroads one factor of vital. the Morof ton, the presiding bishop railroad between Denver and be into ihe drawn also Salt giganuc mon church at may were flooded and houses When the French consul from province, consideration Is Salt He Lake. had the of cost relative memis Lake as In several places the possible In the near future. arrived here on Friday he , been engaged in business here for washed away and many drowned. The material and labor and the scale of struggle, Cliff Anderson, a carpenter, collided bers of the order have refused to han- some years. a letter from Muley Amin, the ol Kure a was Barber also suffered of consider brother city rales for traffic. Labor is scarce and dle Western Union business. Should with an automobile in Salt Lake City of Casablanc i, offi A. G. Barber, former governor military senator. state ably. The Futagawa and Sakaigawa much higher paid than ever, material this move become while riding his bicycle, and was serapproving the action oi the general the railroad He was connected by blood or overflowed, carried nil Ihe bridges cially is often hard to get and costs more, business of the forces and asking the aid of will be at least with many iously Injured, his skull being fracprominent Cache away and the district west of the riv French in yet rates have been reduced and taxes badly crippled. countiy France inflicting punishment upon tured. valley families. ers was cut from Kure. increased. This is not a consideration agitators. Isaac Hatch, aged 12, was accidentGreat was also a caused damage by which holds out either to the people RAILROAD STRIKE SETTLED. MANY SPEAKERS ON HAND. ally shot and killed by his cousin, or the railroads MEXICAN PLOT DISCOVERED. typhoon which raged at Kobe and vithe brightest prosGeorge Hatch, while the two boys pects. Under the Several lighters were sunk in Men on the Colorado & Southern Go cinity. Men of National Prominence Will Adof conditions present were bunting chickens near Koosh-arem- . Kobe harbor and the steamer Nachi-gaw- a Revolutionists Said to Have Planned the higher cost of labor and material Back to Work. dress lirigation Congress. Assassination of Diaz and Maru collided with the break the tendency of rates should remalo & water at Osaka and foundered Sacramento. The prcgram of the fif Denver, Colo. The Colorado .1. H. McConnell within Roosevelt. attempted to stationery, but is it?" leenth national irrigation congress, Southern strike is over. There will five minutes. Excepting one woman board a moving train in Ogden, Los Angeles. The Herald says: In & a on in be few on no which strike will those Rio announced Denver were be board the saved. days, was thrown under the wheels and his COMMENDED FOR HEROISM. a dingy building on San Fernando Bet Grande. This is the result of the conwill consist of about twenty-fivright foot crushed so badly that ampuis the headquarters of La street JUDGE CHARGED WITH MURDER. ferences Tuesday afternoon and evenGunner's Mate Risked Life to Save His speeches and papers, by men of nationtation was necessary. the Mexican Sons of Liberty, al all ing between the railroad officials and prominence, covering practically A Halt Lake man has sued the loComrade. a in party Suit When organized for the overthrow Arrest Engaged Trying questions of national and state policy, Grand 'Master Morrissey. At an adcal street car company for $,1,000 of the present government of Mexico. Washington. Acting Secretary New- present and contemplated, having to journed conference an agreement was Was Made. damages because a conductor broke berry has formally placed on record the (!o Back of the publication is a junta with the conservation, development arrived at. The conferences throughHouston, Texas Judge H. B. Short his nose and blackened his eyes dur- navy department's of fifteen members, which composed hearty commend of or of out resources concontrol the was were natural of amicable and talk at on Saturarrested Center, Tex., ing an argument on a street car. controls a membership of more than Hon of the and bravery the country. The program wiU be cessions raised a rancor. day while holding court on an indictAn ordinance limiting the speed ot exhibited by Edward Wade Whitehead, 20.000 Mexican laborers calling themin order to give ampte time for The agreement, in writing, pro- ment charging him with the murder of automobiles on all public highways first class gunner's mate, in fearlessly brief, discussion and short speeches trom the vides that on next Tuesday, in Den- Dr. Mike Paul last fall. He was en- selves patriots. in Salt Lake county, outside the city, risking his own life to save that of u The object of the organization is the to make this ver, there is to be a meeting of gen gaged in trying an important civil suit, overthrow of the Diax to fifteen miles an hour has been comrade. The details of the act for floor are expected government, the an exceedingly snappy and interesting eral managers and other railroad ofbut the arrest caused a postponement assassination of President Diaz and of Which Whitehead Is commended are session. passed by the county commissioners. leials. representing every road to the until he could fmtnish bond of $1Q,000. President Roosevelt and the converMike Seppala, aged 23, was killed set forth In the letter of Acting SecreAmong the men of national promi- coast. The two cent demand of the Dr. Paul was one of a crowd pursuing sion into a dictatorship with Ricardo in the Vampa mine at tary Newberry to the commandant ot nence who will be heard are Vice Presl py a cave-iswitchmen will be taken up and what- a negro, Dick Garrett. Garrett took Magon as the head and members of Bingham, his skull being crushed. It the station at Tutitila, Samoa, from dent Fairbanks, United States Senatois ever settlement is made will be rati-tiein the home of of Judge Short the local junta as his advisers. refuge , is not known how the accident oc- which it, appears that a landslide hail Newlands of Nevada, Bankhead it in railroad the by every In La Revolution the killing of Presterritory and fired on the pursuers, killing Dr. curred as Seppala was alone at the destroyed the barracks at that station Dick of Ohio, Smoot of Utah. affected. Every man is to be restored ident Diaz and of President Roosevelt Paul. a had Garrett preliminary is time. and Whitehead at great risk and with Hey burn and Clark of Wyoming and to his former position and the strike trial, while the court house was guaid-e- theadvocated. They are condemned by breakers discharged. All the CaliFlint of California. Miss Blanche Musser, one of the his own body had prevented Sergeant i junta because they are accused of with militia, and was hanged for fornia congressmen will be in passengers on the Columbia, whicn lohn K. COX from being crushed bo- the murder. Two gfand juiies have having entered into a conspiracy to LAW AND ORDER VICTORIOUS. was wrecked on the California coast, neath a slowly advancing avalanche of met since Dr. Paul Was killed, and oppress the Mexican laborers 4n this country and rob them of their just when a large number of the passeu- - concrete and earth until a relief partv A HAIR RAISING INVITATION. San Francisco Primaries Show That no indictment was Returned against dues as until the Short met. gers were drowned, arrived home last from the United States ship Adams third ludge jury Are Tired of Grafters. People week. was able to extricate the men. Italian at Paterson, N. J., Tells Secrets TRYING TO EVADE PAYMENT. San Francisco. The returns from GIANT POWDER STORED IN CITY. Imagining that she has attained a of Black Hand Society. show follow the RAILS SPREADING CAUSED IT. primaries Tuesday's (date of perfect exaltation and has beNew York. As a result of the atCatches Fire and Frightful Standard Oil Corrpany Opens Up Fight Building ing results: come a god, Mrs. Clara Sullivan, aged N. in men several of test J., Against Verdict. Paterson, in Twenty-Siy Wreck on The People Hurt Explosion Follows. 29 years, a Salt. Lake woman, has regular or Hand'' "Black lor operations alleged The attorneys for the the Great Northern. has Chicago. been adjudged insane and sent to the ganization completely triumphed Boulder, Colo. Fire, originating the police have learned some of tiie in the struggle to control the union from Standard Oil company on Friday bled State Mental hospital. westthe an iu unknown cause, Wash. Eastbound Spokane, passen The work of taking the school cen- ger train No. 4 on the Great North secrets of that dreaded band of plot labor parly. They have defeated the ern end of the Colorado & Southern the company's assignment of errors in sus for Lehi has been completed. It ern was wrecked about a milo west of ters. The information came fronl one Casey tickets iu every district in the freight depot at 1 o'clock Sunday the I'nited States district court. They of the men under arrest, who claims shows an Increase of twenty over last Milan. Washington. city. The wreck oc- he was morning, destroyed the depot with a then went before Judge Grosscup in decoyed into the "Black Hand." The Ryan Republican league has vast quantity of freight, in half an the I'nited States circuit court of apThere are 519 boys and 490 curred as the train was rounding a year The man, George Sportally, was decisively beaten Postmaster Arthur hour, and, spreading a distance of 100 peals, and made application for an girls between t and 18 years of age, sharp curve and was caused by the to become a member of a "pa- Fisk and the regular Herrin Republimaking a total of 1,039. rails spivading. F.very car left the triotic Italian feet, enveloped a powder house con- appeal, a writ of error, and supersociety," with offices in can organization, winning practically A Salt 4d(0 hoy dropped a lighted track excepting the engine, mall and 1,000 pounds of dynamite, sedeas. New York. He took the initiation 142 out of 149 delegates. This means taining The Standard Oil attorneys contendmatch into the biinghcle of a whisky baggage car. The smoker turned com which was a which a tremendous ed that the exploded with the continuation of the performance. prosegraft supei'sedeas should be barrel on which he was sitting and pletely over and rolled down a twenty Drops of blood were drawn from his cutions and the turning over of the shock, throwing firemen and hundreds granted upon a bond no larger than was blown fifteen feel into the air. foot embankment. The Interior of this arm nf to the mixed from with that drawn and ground, fatally sufficient to cover the costs. It was spectators local organization Trom Herrin and The lad was not badly hurt, but bis car was injuring two men and breaking the claimed by the government, however, badly wrecked. The day car another member of the society. He was Harriman to President Roosevelt. face was slightly burned. In the minor Democratic fight beplate glass in every business house in that the bond should be fixed at and tourist sleeper lay on their sides, compelled to swear eternal allegiame Three young Ml convicted of con- the diner left the track but did not up and obediance on crossed daggc tween the Bylngton-Mahone- y faction town, as well as hundreds of resitiie amount of the fine at by Judge Landis, In order toimposed secure cealing themselves In bathrooms at set. The Pullman also left the track while another dagger was pressed and the old McNab organization, the dences. The loss is estimated control remains with McN'ab. T ough 1250,000. the government, pending a stay of exSaltalr and taking kodack pictures of and lay on Its side Just at the edge against his breast. His name was A J. J. brick house black by in formidable book, in a occupied the Democrats hold a few more votes ecution in the judgment. The assignwomen as they were unmbed, pre- of the river. The Injured will numhalf a block from the freight ment of error contained 116 citations, the cover of which was painted a dag- than they have irt some previous priparatory to donning their bathing ber twenty six two of them seriously. house, was wrecked. ger dripping with blood. maries their showing was not Imprest which Judge Landis is said to have suits, were fined $10 each In his decision during the trial. give. erred HUNDRED HOUSES BURNED. Because of a blunder of the last legWILL BE FIGHT TO FINISH. Liquor Makes Boy Insane and He islature there Is danger that the state Set Fire to Depot. Salt Lake Operators Strike. Shoots Himself. Fire in Manila Leaves Six Hundred experimental farms, run in cMMCttOfl Colo. J. W. Reeves has Telegraph Companies and Operators Boulder, Salt Lake City. Thirty-siseven After Nevada. Reno, Homeless. drinking opera People with the Agricultural college at Ulii Engaged in Struggle Over Wages. tors in the Western Union office at to have made confessed to the authorities that he and St. George, will have to be Manila Fire In Manila on Sunday beers, that are supposed started the fire burning the freight, Chicago. Encouraged by their suc- Salt Lake went on strike. Filday aft closed, owing to a lack of funds. afternoon destroyed 120 native houses him insane. James Walter Mackey. & Southern in hampering both commercial ernoon. of the Colorado cess, depot This number included three of a and Lake Salt grandson boy, The Robinson flour mills, near and made 000 people homeless. The Boulder mornthe women and half a dozen check at last load companies in Chicago, telegraph Saturday girls American Fork were destroyed by flr damage is estimated at C8.00O pesos. Mrs. Taylor, one of the pioneers of ing. In the fire a car of dynamite striking operators arc now planning to and telephone girls also joined in the last week, entailing a loss of 18,000, The fiii originated from an electric I'tah. grabbed a pistol from the hands exploded, killing three persons, doing to all parts of the walkout. The strike was called becarry the warfare A lanteni was overwire and swept over a space of loo of a bartender in the Gem saloon at half a million dollars' worth of damaccidentally I'nited States and Canada. Instruc- cause Rodney W. Bart let t, one of the turned near the elevator shaft, and yards square A heavy rain prevented Spark', and blew his brains out. For age and injuring a score. Reeves, tions were on Sunday telegraphed by operators, was discharged by Manager the blaze was soon beyond control. the flames from spreading. No one twenty hours the youth lived, but died since his arrest Saturday, has mainNational Russell to the men W. A. Long about 10:15 o'clock MonSecretary consciousness. regaining Late silence. tained a stubborn Mortimer Harrows, aged 6, while was Injured. The homeless are be- without In New and York other cities where day morning lor the reason that he was the agent of the Dennison Tuesday Mackay afternoon. however. his playing In the bath tub at the family ing cared for. He had made but one courage forsook him and he made a they are still at work to "save their refused to handle a wire which was News company from residence In Ogden, fell backwards being operatoki Chicago, the trip between Ogden and Sparks. complete breast of it. Reeves was a money and await orders." Soldiers and Civilians Clash. union operators at Chicago having out of the tub and struck u pile of to was Another Presi& sent Northbrakoman on the Colorado telegram struck. broken glass. He was badly cut. but llelfast. Serious disorders occurred Woman Saves Passengers. ern railway. dent Small of the telegraphers' union it Is not thought that his Injuries are here again on Sunday. Numerous in San Francisco, urging him to take Kansas City. Mrs Minnie Houdt fatal Murphy Will Recover. Island Disappears. strike meetings were held In the altei wife of a trackman, living In a the first train to Chicago, as it is the shell, Denver. Atoniey John H. Murphy, The July report of the Salt Lake noon, which led to some wild Luke C. The schooner Honolulu. nnounoed Intention of the men to entent beside the tracks three miles west health shows a in the dock quarters general counsel for the Western Fed City department Opposl.u. Olson has returned from a voyage 'o gineer the fight from Chicago. Mo.. Lift miles east of Kan eration of Miners, who was believed death rate of 1.04 per 1.000 of popu- crowds of men In Queen's square In of Ethel, a The are small one of preisland, telegraph companies group Callfor Iaysan lation. There were NX deaths and 21.1 dulged In free fighting and the troeps sas City, saved the Her captain re- paring to meet the Issue and declare to be dying a week ago, is now thought northwest of Hawaii nla limited passenger train on the San fo be on the road to health. births dining the month. Mr Of thi not being on duly, the police had hard ports that though he cruised for twelve they will fight to a finish. They debirths there were in.'t mrles and lit) tasks to control the situation. Several ta Fe railway from going through a days in the locality, he was unable clare they have been temporizing with Murphy's illness was due to his hard wrecked bridge. As a result of very to find females. Iaysan It is apprehended that the union for months, and that they work In connection with the Haywood times reinforcements were called for Llllle Fowler, aged X. was burned to and charged with clubs, the mob re heavy rains the abutment had crumb the Island has been sunk by seismic will hold no further negotiations with case. At the opening of the trial he w led and fallen Into the river. It is The island of Laysau It. Cots have been Installed in the was suffering from a slight attack of death In Sail Lake City while play plying with stones. Many persons on almost time lor me limited to arrive, disturbance Max was inhabited by Sciiiemmor building of both companies in Chica- tuberculosis. Against the advice of ing with matches, her clothing catch- both sides were Injured. I Ate at when Mrs Houdeshell discovered the and his family and a number of Jap- go for the accommodation of strike- physicians he went into the case and on fire and ing being burned from her night the troops had to be called upon accident and built a Are to flag the and other preparations for n remained at work until he was a nervThe I'nited States breakers, anese laborers body, the flesh being cooked to (he and made several bayonet charges. train. bitter struggle are being perfected. ous wreck. The officials are now congovernment tug Iroquois Is searchbone, death after eight resulting fident he will regain his health. hours of suffering Sultan of Morocco Says He is Sorry Steamer Believed to Have Been Lost. ing for the island. Anti Monarchist Rebels to Land in .1 William New York No word having been reCoda, the aeronaut who Officer Shoots Montana Man as He is New Yory Police Service Commission China in Three Bands. Tangier The Sultan of Morocco, fell among live electric wires while through Hen Sllnian, the Moroccan ceived regarding the British freight Is After Street Car Company. Taking a Bath. B. C The steamer AthenVictoria. making a parachute jump at Ogden, foreign minister, has transmitted to steamer Nlcaraguan since she passt il SamAnaconda. Mont. Patrolman New York. It is announced that one ian news lethat, the Chinese brought is dead from his Injuries. Godii was the Fiench consul at Fez an expres- the Virginia capes on June 8, hop. uel Emmons has been placed und-gation at Tokio telegraphed to the Chi- ivstilt of the Investigation of the local so badly burned that an arm and leg sion of grief with which he learned for her safety has been given up at In the assault with nese government that an invasion of railroads by the public service comarrest, charged liad to be amputated, and he ilid nut of the assassination of the Europeans Dublin, where she should have arrived first degree for the reckless shooting China by rebels Is be- mission which Is being conducted by survive the shock. at Casablanca, saying that no one not later than June 22. The Nicara of Arthur Kelly. Kelly was taking a ing planned, the intention being to ef- William IVina, as counsel, will be an I'tsh's crop of girl operatives may more than he condemned the art Mian Is one of the Leyland fleet, a In fect a landing at Yangchoti, and ad order to the Interborough-Mofropolitaof the International marine, and bath at 'he time, and Bmmons. be dtawn iijKin to operate th e which cost five French lives." The bteamed out of Port vance in three hands, one on Tientsin, company to change the of a fugitive whom he had on June quest Tampi In was type of car In he to rendered idle sultan said Montana, accord She changes by ready a second on Wuchang and a third on the into he five to Norfolk a put had later thinking days subway. Cars with side ioors. it Mcape, the strike of the hello girls there in any satisfaction demanded, notably by lor bunker coal and t passed out of tn gun. charged upon the door of Kelly's Nanking Japanese newspaper say lis Is stated, will be ordered and It Is exsympathy with the linemen, who are dismissal of i the pasha of Casablanca capes the same day Captain Shacke liuth rOOM, Kelly refused to give his Chinese legation became alarmed at a pected they will do with ihe of punl-lthe the and inept a in gnalty with strike the engaged Rocky shadow and that nothlir; Is known of rrude station' now so away lock and a crew of 140 men WON. name to the ottCOT, when It was much complaln-Mountain Hell Telephone company for board the Nlcuruiun and the of. The Innovation will cost $1.000,. I red, any such prcparalic n policeman ' i wages. 000 or more. Ftrtklng Kelt in 'he arm. Alma o, y sci-vic- e. l e mat-mitr- Lih-teita- e d d wage.-earner- x . 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