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Advertise in the Exnmicer Utah We ether tha pnea It charges. It la the advertising medium In the Tha Examiner reaches the M well as the city. Our JjJHptieo book are open to Forecast 1 i a. VOL. HL (RECEIVES FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES) NO. 235 1EASE OGDEN CITY, . AUGUST 23, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS one cau not be fioete before ike arPacific rival of assistance from ' : coast, if even then. IN 1 Disaffection UTAH, THURSDAY MORNING. Fair Thursday and Friday. Has Spread in Santa Clara gents in Havana Province Rural Guards CUBA Many Sympathize With Insur. Skirmishes Between and Rebels. E. H Wodehouse. ie.nentiug l.liyd a. haa gone to the The steamer Alameda wtich startnow ed for San Francisco toJa ; passing quite close to the stranded (tesmer. The fate of the Manchuria depends Operalargely cn weather condi'lcu tion are beng directed as much toward holding tho vessel undamaged until Captain Metcalf arrives from Ban Francisco with wrecking apparatus a to floating her Immediate. y There la believed t. be a fair chance for her to last until the arrival of the Ventura with Metcalf's wrecking plant. A later report from the irrne nf the rfck says that efforts to Post the Manchuria have been abandoned until (he arrival of Captain Meiralf WILL EXCEED TWO Four-fifth- of the Houses in Valparaiso Were Totally Destroyed Thousand People Will Leave the City Populace s Still the in Camped Hills ROOT ON WAV TO MAGELLAN. .OOOOOOOOOOOOOO to Aaaaaaiate Gavarner. C o Attempt Havana. Aug. Si. An as made this evening 0 tempt Gen. aeeaeelnate Eiullo 1 0 Nunes, governor ' of .the provA man had a 0 Ian of Havana. at the gov- 0 lerolver leveled 0 emor ae he was entering hit was ) lame. Another man who would-b- e 0 gassing by caw the 0 ifcaaaln and cried out, where- 0 span Gov. Nunec turned, and. 0 irawlui hla revolver, fired upon head. The mlacreant'a 0 tie 0 Inter waa eo surprised that he He waa 0 dropped hla revolver. O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ( promptly arreated. Hla idea- - O ( tlty la not known, but he la a O ( white man and waa well O at- - 0 drvseJ. S 300000000000000 Hanna, Aug. 21 Gen. Rodrigues, Hwmander of the rural guard, tonight, relating the Incidents of the day, ifier Press: Ton can tell the American people kit Cuba is entirely competent to .ipe with the insurrection. The (land rumor In all directions about the jirgtalzation of insurrectionary bands numbers art not borne out by jurgreat reports or. so far as ca he learned, r the facta. The result cf the at San Lula la still not known aid to the Associated that wa some loaaea on the enemy In The much talked of hat vicinity. aoreaent In 8anta Clara province has nt ben encountered, and no lnsurrec-Mi- l bare been seen there by our Wlnitely. but It la known ..... hreea. "We have today equipped and aent cp In varioua directions 3uO volunteara portion of tha Insurgent force continues in occupation of Ban Luis. There 1 an report from Pinar del Rio that Lieut. Ascay was captured and that only nine of hit detachment reached Pinar del Ria Gen. Jnee Miguel Gomel, who was arrested Tuesday, waa formerly governor of 8anta Clara province, and a the Utieral candidate for the presidency last year. He la expected to arrive in Havana early tomorrow. The government always suspected Gomel, along with other liberal lead-eof conspiring or conniving at insurrectionary schemes, but there waa n definite evidence until It developed that he waa planning to take the field at the head of the Santa Clara insurrectionists. Had Gen. Gomes taken the field It would hare had an immense Influence, aa he ia a strung, magnetic military leader. Oreites Ferrera. who was General Gomezr campaign secretary and manager, and who waa with him In New York several moniha ago after the relinquishment cf Goniex cf hla political campaign, arrived from New York today. A warrant is out fur hi arrest on the charge of conspiracy. Ferrera is aiwpected cf tying to procure arms and munitions in the United States for the Insurgents. The art nearest approaching insurrection in Havana prov. Ince was the aela'ng today of several horsea which were being loaded on a train of the Western railway at Saluda, a suburb west of the city. r. Aajumsd Formidable Proposition. New Orleans, La., Aug. 22. The Picayune's special cable from Hav- ana says: In spite of government denials, the aier competent officera. Wa hive movement In Cuba haa revolutionary rifles for of ammunition end ,!ntT ti who enlist at present, and more assumed formidable proportion. The la lu a ferment over the kvt been ordered from" Unted whole Island uprising, and It la Impossible to preof we Bealdea thousand have tit, final result dd hut serviceable guns. We believe dict at thla time what the that le loyal people are taking up arms wlil lx. .The government rlaima fir the government fester than the it will be able, to suppress the revolution within two or three weeks, but twrgeuts are Increasing." .people who have teen White the foregoing la typca of the conservativertteranccs of government officials, elocely watching the drift of events do not believe that the revolution can there are evidences of threatening be crushed eo esslly. ' The revolution-latIn the numbers qf the have been preparing for the airug-gl- e In the province of Santa ever since the presidential elecfkn the disaffection la wMeipread, ad In the province of Havana a great tion, and the Palme administration had it la uay people are In sympathy with the underestimated their strength, arms known that several cargoea of In some cases whole terargents. appear to bare been carried and ammunition have been landed in my by the recrudescence of iniurree-ttiiar- r' Cuba from Florida coast during the time. The extent to which past two moniha and the insurgent d!i will lead to open rebellion la still are abundantly supplied with war maascertain. terial. It le believed by many Havana A gentleman who just returned from business men that it will be necessary igurate. where he spent several days, for the United Slates to intervene and sited to the Associated Press that aa annex tha island before the revoluAnnexation Is rifiy as sno men. most of them armed. tion will be crushed. Inere riding about the vicinity openly favored by the commercial Insurrectionary ideas. The terests In all of the large cities and event todav was the light-b- towns In Cuba. The revolutionary principal at San Luis. The reporta of the leaders even prefer annexation to the are emmandcr of the rural guards United States to a continuation of prest the effect that the bands of Guerra, ent conditions. abotit be! and others, aggregating The American residents on the Isle F men. concentrated this morning In of Pines have taken sides with the 1 vicinity of Ban Lula. 8evnlv rpral revolutionists against the Palma govpsrds under commend of Ml Jot Lau-m- r ernment, and they are gtolng tho Inwere to attack the Insurgents surgents all the aid possible. The Isle '"m the east, and thirty men under of Pines will be an Important, base of the from lut A"cuy were to attack for the revolutionists. operation Into vs Arruy arrived flrat and got sua is engagement with far Conference In Havana. perior detachment with the result that Aug. 22.' Havana, to i wa forced to retreat hastily ha Lula, pursued by a portion of the Mendex Capote returned to Havana over The rural guarda took rtfuge thla evening and had a conference h their quarters, and Guerra's men the situation with President Palma. Canadian wnalned In possession of the town. Cuban. Spanish. American. bankers tonight and Tali afternoon Major Laurent had a and German lit light with the Insurgents under visited President Palma and offered him thely aasiajnce. Guerra and other insurgent commander. and reports that several were killed or wounded. He pursued Guar-HOLD but so fiar aa known did not retake DEMOCRATS tie town. According to other, frage STATE CONVENTIONS mentary reports the insurgent in poise salon of San iaila. Rail-- i train have not been Interfered with. Ohioans Hold an Exciting Session On hundred recruit were started Georgians Hold a Moat Strenuestward thla evening on beard a ape-1- 1 ous Convention. train, but It ia not likely that they fl! he to reach Ban Lula. permitted Columbus. O.. Aftg. 22. Samuel A. A detachment of 100 recruits on the Hosklna for secretary of state: Chat. ; to Guinea had a (light encounter V. Haupert for state school commistHt:- wTh Insurgents, hut no one on sioner; Rodney J. Dlegle for state filler nlde was hurt. and fond commissioner, and Geo. An attempt la being made with 101 dairy conatiiuted the ticket "timed rural guards and regular to E. Wyawonger Ohio Democrats here 160 named by the evn- who with Bandera, Quentin a cession frvld In temperatolar In os ea continuing hla dodging tactic I story and In methods of the western part of the province of ture.' in voting. Havana The day was close and sultry, few Wee large bands of insurgents are delegates wore coats and many sought JJ 'n the provlnree of Santa Clara, cooler places outside the hall before b insurrection appears to be grow-h- r this last fact makbut the lovallata of the towns final adjournment, possible the casting of the votes ing lm tha- resist to he able will they of several delegations by unaulborize.-fte moi eitifnt. persona during the lgt few ballots. A It" movement ia of counties were challenged In the province of Matanxad. number aeveial person put out of the hall Is the stronghold of the moder-- ' and for inch Improper voting. but ft did party, beyond a band of twenty. not seem to affect the result materi,a1 none in the easier province In any case. bandit band of Enrique ally During the first hour snd a half of a, which for weeks ha eluded pur-:- today's seaslnn the question cf an Santiago. of county cption In temfrom . aa government' later report legislation was under dlscus-sl- o Lu's. which significantly ere dated perance an attempt by W. L. Finley to otT Pinar del Rio. ere to the effect amend the platform and give such an t afternoon' Major Laurent in this endorsement being defeated on a roll .aagoir.ent ki'led four Imurgen's and call. The diaensaien developed opposi2- - fed a few horses and munition to the general lea of county option maim- arrive! at, tion while some delegates Instated that in r aa- - col R0.has not yet "approved unqualifiedly Gov6 to the government late having !earm ernor Pattlscn's policies" the platforn BV stated that Major Laurent. already was strong enough on the .. hs detachment of rural guard. err point for wh;ch Mr. Finley conGuerra and h'a oi men for tended. I thla afternoon, completely , him. killing or wounding '"r.e . Georgia Deroerats. sr-Inurgenta and taking three pris-Th- e Atlanta. Ga., Aug. 22. The state dispatch adds that the Democrat'c primaries tolar resulted dtspersed in all direction, None cf li a victory for Hoke Smith, candilop disUnc-- a. rira! guarda was hurt. Aaother date for governor, unprecedented In 'id' e Inaur-wtkwlat- s. g g T con-ifnu- - l d ex-th- e n - the size of the majority. Of the 145 counties In the aiaie he has carried probably 110. By the returns available at U o'clock tonight. Clark How. ell carried tlx counties: J. H. Ratlll of Savannah, two: R. B. Rusvell, eight, 'and James M. Smith, thiee. leaving sixteen to hear from. This result wilt give Hoke Smith 219 votes in the state convention out of a total of ZtiG. Mr. Howell' paper, the Constitution. In Its flrat edition, concede more than luO countlea to Hoke Smith, and say hia nomination for governor on the fit at ballot In the convention Is practically assured. One of the Atlanta. Ga., Aug. most strenuous political campaigns in the history of Georgia was concluded today by the atate Democratic primaries.' which were held throughout the state to nominate complete state and county tickets, candidate for supreme Justice, United State senator to succeed Senator A. O. Bacon, and to name congressional candidates in each of Washington. Aug. 22. Secretary Root, who Is on hla way to the strait cf Magellan, will probably not be heard from again until lie reaches Puma Arenas, the only atop he Is to make In the strait. The distance from Bahia Blanca, the port from which Secretary Root emharged August 20, to Puma Arenas is about .0hi miles, and ft la aald that the Charlea-tnwill reach the letter place about August 24. It Is not known by the state department whether the disaster In Chile has changed the plana for Mr. Rnnt'a trip on a Chilean man of war. 22- .- J the eleven districts of the atate. At thla hour 111 p. m l the returns seem to Indicate that Hoke Smith, candidate for governor, haa carried 145 countlea not only a majority of the of the mate, but hat a majority over ell opposing candidates, which will insure hla nomination on the first ballot Hoke Smith in the state convention. carried Fulton coun'y. the home of hlmaelf and Clark, J. Howell, by more than 1,500 majority. The particular Interest In the campaign was between Clark Howell, V11-lof the Atlanta Constitution, and Hoke Smith. The letter began hla campaign through the auie more than fourteen month ego. He opposed Mr. Howell with the charge of being tha representative of the ervcalled "railroad ring." For the remainder of the stele ticket there wee little opposition, all the Incumbents of the varioua stats offices being candidate; for r election. Senator Bacoe wss unopposed. 1Yie state convention will be held at Macon. September. 4.. MRS. lYAW WILL BY NEBRASKANS ATTORNEY GENERAL NOMINATED FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. SHELDON NAMED FOR GOVERNOR Valparaiso. Aug. 22. From the Plaza de U Victoria aa far aa the plaza in the section calli-- la Delulas. four-fiftof the house ere completely destroyed and the remaining fifth la badly damaged. From the Plaza de la Victoria down to the custom house d of the bouse susonly about tained damage. The baeke of tha city and the customs warehouse ware not With the exception of damaged. Santa, all the churches in the city were destroyed at were the hospital and the theaters. The number of dead la more than 2.000. The offices of the Havaa Agency, although seriously damaged, are still being used for the company's business. The tragle scenes of the Ban Francisco disaster were reproduced here. There wee tha fight against fire, the lack of water and roblrery and pillage. The authorities are now beginning to get in provisions and water again I being supplied. All the fires have been extinguished. The flrat shock lasted four minutes and a half end the second two minutes. Moat of the houses were thrown down hr the second shock. Estimate of the damage range from 125.000.000 to 150.000.000. The Atom-ndrquarter haa heirn absolutely destroyed. The people are atlll camping on the surrounding bills and In the t reel a and plaaaa and only today ere calm and courageous. The declaration la mad that 80,000 people will leave the city. The lack of food la not yet eerione. Telegraphic communication with purest In the world? If you do you elect rongivikfiuen xml renalor who will aid President Kwwevull in hla policy of puritlcatbin. iHi you believe In Increasing the prosperity of the nation end at the same time up lifting the morality of the nation? if you do you will elect cougrosstuen and senators who will aggreaidtely support President Roosevelt a policy of conservative righteousness. 'The glorious American people, will one-thir- - Platform Adopted la In Seme Respects a Radical Departure from Peat Party Declaration Demands "New Deal. Santiago sat reestablished yesterday. A number of steamers are engaged la moving the people at tho city to polnta to tha north and tooth. Liuooln, Neb., Aug. 22. la strenuThe governor of the province of Valous seaalon of twelve hnnra today and paraiso today Issued the fallowing tonight the Republican state conven- proclamation: tion nominated a ticket heeded by At"la thla hour of adveralty all Inhabitorney Norris Brawn tar I'nitsd States tants must know that every kind of which and a senator, resources is ready; that the efty 1 adopted platform is In some respects sfidloal depar- well protected against disorder snd ture from peat party declarations In that the police, naval and military that ft demands a "tew deal In the forces are arriving In large numbrra; levying of railroad regulation, and that authority will proceed inczoribly commits tb party to the direct prim- In any attempt at disturbance against ary method of nominating officera; uroperty or persona, and that food and The principal fight waa on aenatc uedtcln ere sufficient. Authority nix ballots being required to nomlnui end to Brown. Hie leading competitor we appeals of energy, all the Inhebltaeta for cothe veteran, Omaha editor, Edward operation for public order end safety." Rosewater-- who accepted hia defeat President-elec- t Pedro Monti arrived gracefully and in a speech pledged here on Tueaday and conferred with and to the ticket congratulated the authorities. He said ft was nesupport the party on Ito Inaagaratton of new cessary to restore communication la the ticket: with tha utmost principle's. Following celerity, and give For United fltatee aenetor Norrle free passage on steamers In order to Brown of Buffalo county. population off For governor George L. Sheldon of reduce theandexcessive famine. Honor prevent Valparaiso Cana. Montt started immediately far SantiaMelville For lieutenant governor go. Intending to make the Journey ft. Hopewell of Burt. For railroad commissioners Hudwon partly on horseback.will he At least top days necessary 3. Wlnnett of Lancaster; Robert the operation of the of Douglas; Andrew J. Williams to wore ia In street ear lines. Active of Ploche. of the elecFor secretary of state George C. progress far the restoringMar. tric railroad to Vine Del Jnnkin of Ceeper. , new fire waa Tueaday night For auditor Edward M. Besrle, Jr., started. Firmen blew up buildings of Keith. J. with dynamite to cheek the flames. For atate treasurer Law sen Walla that were considered dangerous Bryan of Boone. For attorney general'William T. also were torn down. The south wind today wa not ao Thompson of Merrick. For superintendent of public in- strong as it haa been moat .of the struction Jasper L MrBrien of John- time since-- Thursday, but cola and rain are feared, a the entire populason. For commissioner of public lands tion of Valparaiso la sleeping in the and buildings Henry M. Eaton of open air. Tents are srarre. including the suDodge. The convention sdkmrned at 2 burb of Vina Del Mar tome 2d.0fl o'clock Thursday morning. people form a dossal encampment. Hundreds of corpses are carried Beginning at 2 o'clock (hit afternoon, with a brief recess for supper, the Re- daily to the Plaza Ancha cemetery. Some twenty robbers and two or publican slate convention at 11 o'clock ft throe incendiaries have been shot and tonight had net yet completed , ticket or adopted a rlatfnrm. bearing the thalr bodies The two chief plarrs on the ticket word, For robber." afternoon session were filled at the by the nomlnsUon of Attorney General Norris Brawn for United Htates sena- SENATOR BEVERIDGE tor snd State Senator George L. Sheldon for governor. BEFORE REPUBLICANS was nominated Melville R. Hop-weat the night for lieutenant governor self-denia- l BE CHIEF WITNESS It Hae Been Deelded That Harry's Wife Will Testify That He Waa Insane Whan He Killed White. New- - York, Aug. 22. A decision was reached today by the attorneys for Harry K. Thaw that Thaw's defense to the charge of killing Stanford White would bn a plea of emotional Inunity. This will Ineluda as a part of the defense the declaration that Thaw's insanity existed only until after White was killed, and that Thaw la now sane again and haa Doan since the killing. The decision to make this plea was reached after the representative of two alienists who visited Thaw In the Tcmbs yesterday had been communicated to Clifford W. Harirldge of Thaw' countel. It waa decided alio today that Mr. Harry K. Thaw will be the chief witness of the defense In its effort to prove that Thaw was Insane when he killed White. It was over tha question of whether the plea cf Insanity should he made that Thaw and hla former counsel disagreed. resulting in the dismissal of the lawyers. The plea Insisted upon by Thaw's former counsel Included the admission that he Is now Insane, and If aerepted by the court and Jury would have caused his confinement In an Insane asrlum. The plea now decided upon makes no such admission. JAMESTOWN WANTS CONVENTION The Virginia City Is After Next Maet of Irrigation Congress. Boise. Idaho. Aug. 22. A letter ceived leday at the headquarter re- nf the National Irrigation congress conthe first positive intimation tain that JoincEtov-n- . Va., where the Jauiea-towexposition is to be held next year, will come to Boise and ask that the fifteenth annual session of the congress he held there. The letrer is from Robert H. Sexton, chief of the department ft congresses and special events of the exposition, who that a commodious end hull will he provided and a day in the expcsltion program be set aside aa National Irrigation Qay." A number of wrestern cities have started a movement for the entertainment of the mngrei hi 1907. among them being Dcadwnod. S. D. It is c' ed that Denver and probably Cheyenne will also ask for the next and there ia some talk of having the meeting in Wakhlngton. 1). C.. at a time when congress will be in session, to Impicss the national with the imrttrtance cf he movrnient for national reclamation. n satisfactory n-- ex-pe- mn-grra- hw-make- TO. AID THE MANCHURIA. The Manchuria the struck. put out to prevent Achors ere being further toward the her from drifting The revenue eutter Manning hore is the onJv vessel now logging at the The cable ship Restorer, big which itM vevy powerful engines, has will render all gone to the scene and the assistance possible. The Manchuria1 compartment have water to fll4 purposely beenmore firmly end prevent make her feat It ia believed that further damageHonsiplu. Aug. 22. rcmalncn the ref - when? Co-we- ll . exin-aed- ll seaalon. After the temporary organization had been made permanent the convenof the tion voiced its disapproval committee applatform drafted b pointed in advance, and a new committee cn rer elution was selected. The following wen- - placed in nomination for United Stale senator: Norris Brawn of Buffalo county. Edward Rosewater of Douglas county. Frank M. Currie of fuster. Joseph H. Millard of Douglas and I J. Evans of Platte. The result cf he first ballot was: Brown. 401: Itocwater. 273 Currie. 65: Millard, to Meikeljohn, 21; Crcunse. JO: Evans. 21: Mickey, 1. The vote for Mickey waa v. cat by Cuming courtvu'e on the secBrown gained four ond ballot, but fell to ton on the tnird. and hi supporters, wiio bad counted eminently cn hi tirmlnatSon on the second ballot. dispia'C. alarm. The fourth ballot shewed a gain of five for Brcwn and giter gain for mild attempt Rosewater. There ws at a etsmpele for Cnrri. but It failed. Brown gained two mi's on the fifth. Attention was called to the fact that or three counties were not Tot'ng. hot the chair. In the face i? of n protest, ruled that required 419 rote to nominate, an actual majority of the dtflegates entitled to neats In tb convention. The excitement, which had been great, became Intense lh the beginning of the sixth ballot. There wa practically no change until Omtha county, which had been splitting Ita rote among three or tour candidates, went eolldly for Brown. Two or three other small counties followed. With the announcement f r (Continued n Face Eight) of 1'berty; thla American republic, hope at the world; this Ameriran land, so nobly placed, so rich In ell that make to human use and That people will not be haiqdneMi corrupted by their prosperity because that prosperity will lie honest and pure; that republic will not decay, because Its government will be kept ckta to that people: that land will not be spoiled end rifled by crazy efforts for haaiy wealth but made richer by Intelligent Industry end care. Dw velopment, not eiploltatUma; progress, mu decadence, whereto shines tbs brighter freedom that men call 'equality before the Jaw,' outward and upward, carried by the American millions as they- press forward In the strength of Joy and righteous thing, passes by the gods of gold and leaving behind them the false worship of the brokee Ideals of the market plsc- -a market cleansed, set In order and regenerated. Bo ahall American civilisation he made Immortal and Americas Institution g bleaalng to mankind." Waa Principal Speaker at State Convention Htld in Portland, Ms. Indlanian Sergeant Can, nf the Twenty seventh Infantry Leeds. Chicago, Ilia., Aug. 22. At the end of the flrat day's record firing, of ih army riltr competition, being held et Fort Sheridan, Sergeant Cox, of the Twenty-aeveminfantry, led the tram with e acnr of 2te out of a poaaihle h point. Todays program rnnaiitrd Uiw and rapid Bring at etatiouary tarxenta, the rangea being 2U0, 4041, Itihi of hmi and lat sent the regular army at the aatinaal rtyla shoot to bo hold at Beg Girt, N. J. MINE WORKERS MEET IN HELENA, Latin-Americ- Trans-porefio- 16-2- Latin-America- n Tmtln-Amerir- a . : I . . i . g w 1 r yards. dys of Ookmulo. However, 'he qualified the announcement hr adding: 1 would not accept a nomination the Democratic ttcket'unleai the mi'-n'lou gives the party organiza-t- i :i .ind machinery to Democrats in thla (Denver) - thefastl-corpo-latlo- o . county." Judge LJndsev mentions various re- form laws which he would advocate. He cays that while all the railroad would receive a equal deal .ha would the nor. accept or knowingly permit state coitimlrtee to accept any contribution from them. - COPP WON GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. Former . en-to- (ton In the tepid fire thirty seconds wee given In which to fire the five shot. . Tomorrow the cuiiipeUtor will be given the skirmish firing. Friday toprogram will be repeated and on Saturday, the day of the shoot, the gkeruilsh firing will foe gives geld. The twelfth, man making the beet records In tha four days' shoot arlll constitute the team which will repre- AFTER-MEXICA- - 1 . Reeo-lutinn- m-r- ' ARMY RIFLE COMPETITION. Haleaa. Mont, Aug. 21. J The fourth , annuel convention here of the United ORGANIZE LATIN- Mine Workers of America, district No. 22. comprising Montana and Wyoming, AMERICAN CLl'B today paused reaohitloaa denouncing ' the method pursued agatoet Moyer, Haywood end Petti bane tad expressa for the accused. Will Prepared te Oppeea the ing sympathy were also adopted urging proaa. United States in Its Work f cutloa of officer of the Northwestern Annliiftatien f Impertanea, Improvement company, naming the coel mines at Red Uidge, Moot., in Baa Joes, Cneta Rice. Aug. IS. At which eight miners perished last June preliminary meeting of the American far alleged cereleeeneee. club today the views and object of CONCERN. that organization were formulated. It Is declared to be the purpose of the a club "to work for the unioa of Chicago. Aug.. 22. Operations of the n and to be prepared to oppose Tabaaro-- f blapas Trading and the United Stalea le lie work of ancompany and tha La Me Ha commerMills company, Mexican investment nihilation of 0 fUver cial Importance. The Monroe doctrine oonceme. with afilrei at In I resident Ruoeevelt'n point of view street, were stopped today by the In declared to be a menace to all United States postal authorities, countries. Henry D. BuehnelL president, and I. B. The programme adopted declare Miller, secretary and treasurer, were that the gaanelattcm in not formed arreated and arraigned before U. B. against the United Btalea, hut in op Commleainner Foot, who held them in poalilnu to the alleged purpose of that bo nil of 22.000 each end continued the cohntry. The motto of the dub, with case until August 10th. which it propoaea to conduct a propaIt is dortered by thegmatal authorifor the ties that tha opemtkma of BuahneU ganda la: world and the world far humanity." end Miller; which have covered a period of flvp years have net bed them 6850,000 from innocent investors. The . SCRIBES TO TRAVEL two oompaniea together were capital- lead for $2.00,ftuii and according te IN ROYAL STYLE their literature they operated largo coffee plantations) end owned several lines of steamers. Tho postal authoriOne of tha Flneet Trains I vat Run on ties declare that such ia not tho case, and that Miller and Buehnall have v Reck Island Will Carry Pencil been paying dividends to investors Puehera te Denver, N from the money token In for stock in the concerns. Denver. Aug. 22. Royal alyl exVESSEL ASHORE. presses the arrangementa which have been made by the Rock Island eyatem to carry the delegatee to the sixteenth Ran PYanciano, Cal., Aag. 22. 1 dim annual convention of tb International patch received in this city today re-- . league of Proas clubs, from Chicago porta that the aitlp Mary L. Chatting, to Denver. The convention will be laden with coal from New Castle, Ausheld In Denver next week, end leading tralia. arrived at Macetlan aa August i newapapsr men from all parts of the 18, and that the vessel, li eome manUnited State end Canada will be ner not elated, went oaliore during the earns night. The ship is aald to foe preaent. One of the finest trains which bee leaking badly with IS feet of water in ' ever been run over the Rock Island her hold. The Mery L. Otehlng is com- rood will leave Chicago on Bun day owned by the Californls-Sblpplnmorning. August 26. arriving In Colo- pany. rado the fallowing day. Benjamin L. Winchell, president cf the Rock Island road, who extends the JUDGE LINDSAY IS ccurteay f the trip to the newspaper men. probably will accompany the AFTER GOVERNORSHIP train. A e alight evidence cf the appreciation of the courtesy Mr. Wlnehell is The Juvenile Judge of Deinter Anto be made an honorary member of nounces Cendfdooy fee (ha, Demothe Denver Pros chib and the intercratic NomlnaMon. Press clnba. Theca national League President of the doro Roosevelt. United State, la the only one who Denver, Colo., Aug. 23-- Judge Ben heretofore has had thet honor con- B. Lindsey of the' Denver orwintv court, ferred upon him whore methods in treatment of juvenThe delegates to the convention will ile delinquents have attracted attenspend e week on a Junket through the tion throughout the oouufrg, today anstate after their arrival in Colorado nounced his candidacy far the Demoaa guests cf the Denver Proaa dub.- cratic nomination for tho governorship Portland. Me.. Aug. campaign In the Kiret congressional district whs tomially opened here tonight with a raiiy at which Senator Albert J Heveiidpe of waa the ape her. Senaior Beveridge dltcuaaed national affairs and drged that ccngrcaanien and renatora be elected who will aid President Roosevelt to purify Arnerlran huzlneaa AMERICAN TOl'RISTS nd asgreaalvely aid hi policy of Inof the muntry. creasing the prosperity SEVERELY INJURED In part he apoke as follow-Thnat'-nal issue in t!r isther than campaign la al Mist Van Norden of New York and ft In not the tariff exclueconomic, peimanent Companions Severely Injured in sively protection I a Runaway in Scotland. American policy, leu tor ff will receive all necessary attention betici'-the fore the next eleciiom 22. Aug. Blairgowrie. Scotland. whole polio- of the administration: 11 a not so much a mere partisan at niggle While a party of American tour a the on were driving from Gienahee to Blairfar more pm aurce moral gowrie on Tuesday the'r horse bolted going of the movement for the a the fiaotof a hill, overturning the regeneration nf American not the condition of the country alone carriage and throwing out the passengers with much force. M;a Elma heh but that condition nrerd and secured and the execution Van Norden. daughter of Warner Van of existing law bv Theodro Roose- Norden. a retired financier of New Ycrk City, snd who wa far tome velt and the moral advance foi he i'anda. Whoever fleht under that years private erretary 5o Gen Wilappeals to the liam Booth, snd had ahnwn much pracflag will win: will ware tical merest in the Bsivatlon Aimy. people on any smaller issue was pitched against a dike, aiiatainma a harder end more doubtful battle Ronze-veila frae.turod ahull, a portion nf the "Do you believe in Theodore . toIf von do brain protruding. Fb repo-ro- d the quez-tonThat and night at doing fairly well. you will elect v.nerosmen Mias Van Kordena cousin. Ouomar who will support him. Do you should H. Van Norden. sustained a dislocated believe that American burin not only be the greatest hut also the chnulder. Rev. Oliver Hart B ronton, 22.--T- another of the party, received scalp wounds, while Edward B. Avery waa rut un the keg. The coachman had hla car alnmet torn off. The carriage was wrecked. Salt Laker Carries Honor In Chicago. - Off 22. Arthur W. Copft tha Chicago office of the Aetoclarod champion Pro. 'n the amateur golftornoament chip of Chicago in the which was finished today at Jackson Park. Hla opponent wa R. C-- Knickerbocker of the Jackson Turk club. Cppp won by two up. His medal score and hie opponents eighty-tw- o Chicago. Aug of eighty-'.- .