FULL ADVERTISE IN IHfc EXAMINER THE PRICE FOR ASSOCIATED DISPATCHES PRESS UTAH WEATHER FORECAST I it charges, it is medium advertising the bestCITY THE EXAMINER IN THE reaches the county as well THE INDICATIONS FAIR SUBSCRIPOUR A3 THE CITY. TION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO AD- - NO. OGDEN ;6i CITY, UTAH. rotary Taft and Assistant Secretary of State Bacon. HOSTILITIES SUSPENDED KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. Sept. 17. The Kentucky state fair opened today with a card of tour running races, and despite the fact that the exhibits are not all placed, people passed through the gatee. Results: First race, five and a half furlongs, selling Princess Marie won, Boaaer-iaOuardl third. Time. seoond, Louisville, AROUND CUBAN CAPITAL Definite Settlement of the Difficulties Now Seems Possible Outrage Re- ported From Southern Coast. The only re.ulta of President Palma'a order for tbr suspension of hostilities have I) eon thai Liberal leadtra a ho hitherto have had every ressou for anticipating ar-rare circulating oiienly In Havana tad even conferring with members of the government with regard to peace and that auch Insurgent. In the Held ai have been consulted, while they to netptvH themaelvee aa agreable tling matter amicably, at the came time assume an Independent attitude which cannot be aald to be particularly well for a prompt aett lament of existing difference. In the meanwhile Cienfuego la In a Kite of elege, communication by being severed only In the direction of Havana and to Santiago ae well. It 1. knogn Clenfucgoa had been attached up to midnight Snnday, but what has transpired since that time 1. All account agree not known here. that there easily are 3,000 insurgents a few mile, southeast of Havana, and ramora are In circulation that they will enter the city peaceably If they art nt molested, but they will light.. K they meet with rental an ce. All visitors in inshurgent camps In Havana province are of the same Impression, but It la believed no attempt will be made against Havana until the arrival of Pino Guerra's force, which ia now variously reported to be from twenty to forty miles distant. The general Impression I that the presence In Havana harbor of the American cruiser Denver will not act was edterrenl to such a movement, the auaillary cruiser Dixie haring gone to Clenfuegua and the cruiser Dea Monen haring gone, presumably, to bring to Luba Been urjr of War Taft and Assistant Sec- n h retary of Siata Bacon. The announcement from Washington that American Teasels of war will protect British aa well aa American la taken applying aspedally to flenfuegoa, where the English own- ed Cuban Central railroad has been obliged to suspend operations and has suffered considerable damage to . Ira Ilhe Western railroad, also property. . vans, telegraphed the navy department today that all uaa quiet In Havana. Hostilities formally ceased yesterday and a definite settlement of the trouble seemed possible today. The r aaauriug dispatch, together with the visit or Secretary Taft and Acting Secretary Bacon Indicated thai the move-meitoward peace lu Cuba la all under way . At the same time no changes have been made in the naval program. The Imulatana, Virginia and New Jersey are now on their way to Havana. The Newark sailed from Norfolk this afternoon and the Minneapolis will sail from league island tomiwrow. With the force already at Havana and that which will be there in a few days the navy department feels assured that It wtll be amply able to prevent any irouble in Havana, and it appear tht the movement of such a force toward the Cuban capital wa due to the fet that there waa grave danger to the capital of Cuba. The navy department has been informed that the Dea Moines passed Tortugaa this morning and will arrive In Tampa bay at midnight. The train bearing Secretaries Taft and Baoon and party wa reported three hours late this afternoon, so thst the Des Moines will be ahead of time aui ready to take them aboard when they arive. The Dixie, which left Havana last night, la expected to arrive at Ctanfue-gu- a tomorrow. A report has been received from Ctanfuegoa saying that outrages have been committed in that vicinity and plantation next to the Constsnelata plantation has been b tirade and the Constancla threatened. A demand waa made upon the Con ranrta plantation for 1,800' rounds of ammunition and the Insurgent threatened the place If their demands were not complied with. Every confidence la felt at the navy department la the forces which have been sent to Cuba to meet any slui tlon which arises. While there la a pacific feeling, preparation are going forward by the war department to meet anything that may arise if it should be necessary for a strong force to Intervene. It is stated that troops and tranat-pur- s will aoon be available and only await orders in cane the mission of Secretary Taft fails and hostilities are renewed and are beyond the control of the Cuban government. Felipe Romero, who waa instrumental in reviving the peace negotiation, e aid tonight that the insurgent of Havana were ready to resort to arma at a moments notice if evidence developed of lack of faith on the part of the government, but that they were anxious to accelerate the peace efforts if Justice was done. He aid that at present they have no intention of entering the capital, but Instead were showing their strength outside. He added that the pretence of the cruiser Denver bad nothing to do with their remaining out of Havana. Romero asserted that until now President Palma was not fully cog. nlxant of the strength of the insurgents. The Liberals,' he aald, are satisfied that President Palma la conscientious, btft Insist that alleged election illegalities and injustice must be rect-fle- Havana, Sept, 17. thus far a British enterprise, la not now Buffering special damage except In the vicinity of Havana, and It la expected that traffic on this latter line will be completely reopened tomorrow. Three represent live of the Liberal piny started eastward tonight to confer with the Insurgents In Santa Clara and other eastern provinces. Several automobiles loaded with more or leaa mtlnrixed peacemakers went , but were ohllged to return, not having either government paasea for louring or credentlula for definite negotiations. Secretary Montalvo has refused to issic permtii to various parsons denir-ii- g to make these Journeys, among them Senator Sangullly, Independent. Gen. Menoral had a conference this evening with Vice President Mendes Capote and arranged for a satisfactory committee of veterans to make iuihnrised visit a to Insurgent's camps. Alfredo Zayan. the president of the Liberal party, moved freely about the city today and even visited the palace, where he had a conference with cScreigry Montalvo relative to means of aepuring peace. Benor Zayas told the Aasnctaied Preaa that he waa hopeful nf the Anal outcome, although nothing like a definite haaia for agreement had yet been considered. For the present. he Mid, be was largely devoting himielf io securing the release of all wapected conspirator. He slad that ly tomorrow fae hoped something would hae beenacoompUshed , Tne peace endeavors hare really d themselves more into negotiation between the Moderates and Liberal than between the government and insurgents. The Moderate!, while entirely val to President Palma, ja'eni now tn lie leaa concerned over hi continuance In office than with the perpetuation of the control by their Mende Capote as president '"e Moderate organisation, and At ,r"d" Zayna aa president of the Ub-Ttparty, will largely be able la dominate the situation. ton. Men oral is g industriously with both these political lead- out-aid- y Gen. Rodrigue with Ms city forces haa returned into the city and Its environs. Gen. Castillo, the commander of the Insurgents In Havana province, haa ent the following letter to Mr. Bleeper. the American charge daffaires here: In view of the letter of the president of the United States to the Palma government, I hare the honor to inform you that we are disposed to auspend hostilities in order to facilitate peace efforts, provided these are baaed on new general elections, with guarantees of Justice and legality, and on the resignation of the present forced administration and guarantee that the peace be lasting. The revolutionists do not intend to permit government by force. They inalat that the people posses the Inviolable right of er Th veterans have resumed their electing congresa and provincial and no can- We Hvcr meetings and the offleea. negotiations municipal but we shall hare never 'tii thr permit will be chiefly insurgents Ktt f hrHI (HAwllMsIaf Ail anil HoE cl) re-lte- a' oon-Crin- ,iat, hpjn Thp executive committee of the party at s meeting this afternorm 'ii continue its efforts for peace, rmi. sere Informally discussed. It "Breed thst Secretary of Mod-t- e il T mut he the eventual arbi-- r and both in Cuban and foreign hitsi- - t. circles the hope Is freely expresa- only will the United States he present strife, but that the cnran government will retain '' on Cuban affairs to pro-"repetition or the past month's ti'.- - a A . Washington, Sept. 17w The Cuban gunboat went to Mariel to. legation late tonight received a cable, the Havana government hrln ! Havana A quantity of gram from snA '",ian wmnctai SenorHevla. the ammunition stored in the lent It fall into the i rector of the atate department of haa resigned: that hit resignation haa insurgents. An ben CCpPted and that Pedro Dlago, hind insurgent 'Ilf province of Puerto Prineinl ie tbe director of the department of Jue tice, haa .been appointed to aucceed Mr. Hevia. The appointment of a to Mr. Dlago as director of the department, of Justice la not announced. Mr. Dlago haa been an official of the Cuban government for the paat eight year. While the Cuban . . legation haa no advices Indicating the W1T rro,0B ,or th cbnFe. and Charge wmhaTi t , Pedro y Almeida will not dtacuaa It, u believed hero thst It grows out ' of dlsaenslon between Prexident Palma 'ss!.:r.c;on ' "a Mr-- D1Ko over the forthcoming &!:; of ill' cruiser 'nl5 at"ndel Ha- of the situation !? rani k.lands hi station of ihe 1 sue-cesa- d'-h- MORNING. SEPTEMBER the quartermaster department. The extreme dampness of one and the heat of another veu,!.r the constone or lumber struction of permanent buildings Imperative. Thu. In me matter of ultimate eoononn aui the to only means of affording Mwunty army si ores from the efiect of violent storms of frequent ocrui retire It ha been demonstrated that the temporary shelter construction of ham mm and nips, and materials of a simitar character. become unfit for occupsucy within three years." Gen. Weston adds thai in the event of the construction of another large post n the Island of LiKon. Batangaa offers the beat she fioin t lie standpoint of economy f administration, easy embarkation, a good country for tactical instruction and point of strategic value. 18. iqo6 PRICE TUES- the Panama government will require coairadurs who furnish the Chinese U borer u give a bund of Oou.Cimi for the Aral 2.50 Chtnamrn, hiid f:n each Air laborers in any number In exerts f byrhewnrT lntcitlgatlon by RAILROAD LINE Harriman to Obtain Control of the Baltimore and Ohio Road and Prodably the Alton. y ' - t. Vladl-vonto- STEWART DECLINES THE x Writes Letter to Chiarman of Republican Committee Stating his Declination No Reason is Given. s, TO OCEAN OCEAN to -- CENTS fROli 2,500. cord-anc- ht FIVE The fr sitf-10- perit-iireg- TUESDAY This Information as conveyed to all wlui have algnlfled their intention of tdiiding for Lhe contract io aupply the Chinese laborer by the isthmian canal commission. In the form of the following circular lettn, sent out tonight: "We ore (drived by cable that the 1:08 4 8. the contractor will be reSeoond race, six furlongs, selling quired to give io the Panama government under article 3 of the invitation Ingolthrift won. Airship second, Ida to furnish Cbineae labor, dated August Dana third. Time, 1:15 3 6. 2'), 190b. will for the flrat draft of 2.5UO Third race. Merchants and Manufalaborers a single bond in the approxcturer' handicap, steeplechase, short imate penal aum of faiM'im. with pen course Bam Hoffheimer won. Onyx II !t thai the contractor pay 5toi' fr second, Rigmund third. Time, 3:56 each Cbineae which should not be Fourth race. Retail Merchants' at the conclusion of service, purse, mile and a sixteenth Uolden MEXICANS CAY the bond to be increased at the rate Mineral won, inspector Girl seoond, of 820 per Chluese for all Chinese mi Precious Stone third. Time, 1:50. LIVE THE ASEF1CANS the lathmua at any one time in excess New Yotk. Bept. 17. The Tribune of 2.5ou." tomurow sill : INDIAN DIFFICULTIES. E. H. Harrinian und bis aMM'iaiea, it was said yesterday in c Washington, Sept. 17. In a quarter usualTheir Celebrations Takes Place With TEEPOFF RECEIVED ly well informed, have acquired conwith a recommendation of Suout Disturbance Expressions trol nf the Baltimore A Ohio railroad perintendent Lemmon of the Moqui of Good Will. A DEATH SENTENCE company, aud purpose using it, nil It Indian reservation in Arinina, the commissioner of Indian affairs haa decidprobably the Chicago A Alton aa th" ThompWashington, Bept. ed that the hoetile members of the son, connecting link. In foinung with the the American ambstsarior to Mrx He Hal Bean Condemned line from Oraibl village be located a few miles too, lr by the Rev- Union Fa rifle a through to the state departtelegram ocean to oreau. olutionist and Ropolled by distant from the village, wheer they ment today from Mexico City, said that Mr. Harrinian and Jame Stillman the Cxar. will lie out of the way of conflict with the Mexican national celebrahave tor aonie lime been direrturs of the frlendltea. Mr. Lemmon waa slsu during tion yesterday during the period of Vienne, Bept. 17. -- According to In- the Baltimore A Ohio, and presumably instructed to warn the Indiana remain- which so much trouble was prophePaing in the village that they should mo- sied for Mexico, not a disturbance of formation received by the Neuee Wie- with olhtr members of the Union lest the other faction and both parties the smallest degree came to his atten- ner Tagblatt from a distinguished cific party have been extensive holdare informed that they must keep the tion, but the moat profound order and Russian auihrotlv.'' Gen. Trepoff, at ers of It stork, it i now aald that of 84i),iMitt,ti(Ki in round numtier peace until all difficulties are adjusted. good will wsa noticeable over all the the counril at Fcterbof August 15, re- the Baltimore A Ohio stark recently sold marked: It ia announced that the superintendgreat mass of people.' "We have made a fearful mistake In by the Pennsylvania railroad company ent haa anadequaie police force tor During the celebration, he said, not to Kuhn, l.oeli A Co. have lieen disthat purpose. haring formed a rabluei reprethere were heard throughout the poned nf by the banking house tn of sentative The Oraibl school, which waa closed cries of Live America and Live city eocleiy. the The PennsylUnion Parlflc as a result of the recent disturbances, Americana." Emperor Nicholas, Indignant at the vania, t the Interests. of the year, beginning Is to be reopened os ioo non practicaavoided observation, Gen, Trepoff owned ('maul General Hanna at Monterey, henceforth, and 821,- ble and the Indiana re to ba required in hla Trepoff pre- 48u,UtHt directly Baltitelegraphic advice, says the vari- sented to the loiter, Gen. of the preferred stock to attend. emperor a project he had more A Ohio, ous American consuls in Mexico had aud held through its conelaborated respecting the sale of the trol to to celebrarelative the him 19.9Sti.UuO moro in the reported company crown lands, but the emperor coldly of that aturk, taking common and pretion, each saying that peace and orDESTRUCTIVE der prevailed. Consal Mills at Chi- ordered him to hand It tu Grand Duke ferred together. These holdings aggrehuahua, reported to him thst the situ- Nicholas, his hi merest enemy. The gated 671.3R7,9(HI, nr nearly 4tl per WIND STORM ation there and at Psral was "as grand duke, after reading the project, rent of the total stock of the Baltimore A Ohio. It la now understood peaceful and quiet- as' a Quaker meet- reamrked: It ia extraordinary that you have the holdings disponed of to Kuhn, ing. now become a Liberal after the at- that Jxieb A Co. comprised the $30,298,311(1 Inhabitants Cut Off from Mainland for to poison you. You are a Lib- of the common tempt and about $10.00(1, two ELEVATOR CASE REOPENED.. Six Hours and Much Property eral from fear of revolution, not from of the preferred stock oaned by Iho W conviction."' Destroyed. Pennsylvania, directly leaving that Chirago, Bept. 17. Member of the Gen. Trepoff took this treatment to company ill 11 the owner of about commerce ooramlHaion interstate today 17. N. For six those Bept. C., of hands from the Wilmington, heart, coming of directly held preferred or eight boura more than 200 men, reopened the old Feavey elevator caae to whom he had devoted hla entire life, took, and through Ita subsidiary comwomen and children were cut off from after listening to a long dispute be- and passed hla laat days in the closest panies of $19,808,000 additional stuck the mainland in imminent peril, while tween the Various lawyers represent- retirement, suffering Intensely from of th rlassea. suit to the the relative lo ing parties railroad hotel and property cottage, new enmiaon depression. Early on the morning of Of the 827.76V.OOO was damaged to the extent of $ 10,000 an agreement tor a continuance. September 13; Gen. Trepoff found on stuck offered by the Baltimore A' Ohio The after ended storm whlrh dispute east abruptly fierce north a by hii writing table a document which he last spring to Its atockoholdcrs, the swept Wrightsrllle teach, nine miles President A. R. Btlcknay if the Chi- knew, as he unfolded It, waa a death had the privilege of subeast of Wllmlagton, today. The storm cago Great Wester tailmid declared sentence from I ha revolution commit- Pennaylvanta le Ismt IIO.7tHl.iHHi. scribing he moat that between Its any aentth protested reached the vigorously of fury If, aa la belle d probable, tha Greatly agitated, he was seized further delay In. the hearing. Preal- - tee. 6 and. 7 o'clock thie morning. Hunwtih a cramp uf the heart, and It waa "rights'' went ailh the stock held by dent flrat their Btlrhaevjygjnpe ujf.the paUuonera a recurrence of this .that eventually the Pennsylvania, the Harriman Interdred of cottagers received upon arakeehUTyHyr rteTHfStftr.ng.OVn ue rasp; which caused his death. ' est have blitalned by exercising these involves the Union Pacific Railroad breakers sweeptble morning jjo find report being assumed right"-t- he comElevator to the beach the sound company, Peavey ing clear across the SUSPENDED. correct that they were the purrhaaer TRANSPORTATION Elevaand the Tranamlaalimippl and rolling high up on the mainland, pany of the holding sold to Kuhn, Ijneb A two mile beyond. Five trolley cars tor company. One of the chief alle17. A cablegram re. Co. an additional $8.000 ,000 or more Boston, 8ept. la risers gation! In the case that, the railroad ceivad here brought a number of early by E. F. Atkina from of the new common stork. across 'the sound on the trestle by company granted rebates to the Pea-ve- Cuba asys today conditions In the geaeral Elevator compny and gave It a the aouth Santa Clara province are which It la reached, while the waves POACHJAPANESE AND RUSSIAN wept the trestle. Those left at the monopoly of the grin along the line.' dekperale, but that the Atkina factory ERS CLASH. m Resides the Chirago Great Western and beach were afraid to cross the trestle, on manufacturing building which gave way immediately after the railroad, the petitioners ere the Chi- the atigar SoledHd estate have been saved 17. Advice Victoria, B. 45., last car reached the mainland. cago, Burlington and Quincy and the from the insurgents by the preacneC wore received from Sept. Japan today of a The etorm increased in fury until Atchison, Topeka and Bants Pe rail- of marines from the gunboat Marietta. fatal affray bqtwcen Japanese poachnoon, when the rescue work waa be- roads. The rebtlng la said to have About 2.IHH) people are employed on ers slid Huaaiana off the Kamchatkan Omha and Kansas I at been (tone gun. City.'' the doled ad estate, which one of ciCHNi which resulted In the killing of Surf boats were sent across the the largest In Cuba controlled by an RiiMlan officer and nineteen nten. channel at grant risk, bringing first beSTRIKE DECLARED OFF. American, and up to now It was and the killing nf a number nf Japathe women and children, then talar the lieved that the building on the prop- nese, Including IJent. Odake and t men, the last of the- number being ' Terre Haute, Ind., Bept. 17. Aa the erty were In danger from the revolu- Japanese raptain of a fishing vessel. brought over at 5 o'clock this after- result of overtures made today by the tionists, Six fishing vessels from NigHta, Kaka-t- a noon. Mr. Atkin aald today that all transofficials of the Ytndalla Coal comaud Hakodate, Japan, were fishing Sheriff Frank H. Steadman waa pany to the dintrlrt officials of the portation had been atiHpcnded In the party nf RussIudh seised the among those caught at the beach and miners of Indiana, the strike at the southern country and Inierior towns when a on Ihe charge of ptarliiiig, vessels at. once swore In a number of deputies, coal company, which in- were practically without auppllca and SiixiiM, an mines of the Interpreter, drew a sword who closed the barrooms and patrolled volved 3,000 men, has been declared more becoming A help!. and killed a Russian the beach tonight to prevent looting off and the miners will return to work dally melee ensued In which nineteen other of the places there. At Carolina tomorrow. The coal company grants HEADED INLAND. dozen Jaiianeae Russian and about Beach, further, down the mainland, all the demands of the miners. were killed before the Japanese got there waa tome damage to cottages, 17. storm The Bept. Washington. vessel awny. Another report but the residents had left there the day BONDS. which raged off the Carolina coast to- their PANAMA REQUIRE the firing on the fle Japanese of tella before on notice of falling barometer. eastern over centered ia tonight day bonis by the forts of VladivosAt Southport, at the mouth of the fishing anla17. bureau weather The Chinese Georgia. Washington, Sept. k had borers Journal at Cape Frar river, the harbor craft sevtaken to Panama for work on nounced tonight that the atorm I of a tok. The Russian's wa due to the ton the art say a narrow escape from the storm, In nf center will the be to character destructive the isthmian canal required eral at the, passenger boats being be deported at the conclusion of their the whirl, and that It probably la head- fact that the Japaneae were sketching fortification and Rounding. damaged. ' their entice. To Insure deportation ed inland tor lhe Mississippi valley. The Clyde liner Navahoe, due here EXECUTION OP COREANB. at 4 oclock this morning, had not yet arrived at 8 o'clock tonight. She probVictoria, B. C., Sepl. 17. Several ably encountered the gale off this coast and put to aea to escape it fury. Japaneae piper publish protest from Korea correspondents regarding barTonight the atorm abated and no further damage is expected. Wire barous public execution of Koreans by communication with Southport ha the Japanese administration In Korea, been cut off since early today. The Toklo Malnirhi publishes details with photographa of execution nf STATEHOOD CONVENTION. forty-siKoreans, among them a woalleged to be a banldt outside of man, Phoenix, Art., Bept 17. The terriTaiku. The correspondent writes: torial Joint atatehnod convention was The scene wm so terrible thst it AinsA. Charles held today, naming could hardly be described. The fsml-lie- e for candidate as Phoenix of worth and relstlven at the condemned delegate to congresa. The platform were present end ihey embraced the Roosevelt President endorsee adopted hanging dead and cried aloud while and invitee the labor rote. It waa a clinging to the bodies." convena then maas meeting rather The Manchurians warn Marquis Ito exno county organisation tion, for the bsrbaruiiH public executions that waa A. T. ist. The chairman the JointWilaon, be stopped. should Stateof who, aa p real dent convention and hood league, called the FUNERAL OF TREPOFF. of each fixed the apportionment county. . St. Petersburg, Bept. 17. The funeral of the late General Trepoff, comwho GENERAL WESTONS Denver, Sept. 17. Philip B. Stewart, I forwarded to the secretary of state mandant of the Imperialat palace, Peterhof of re- died Baturday evening the mnnlnation of for of declination my nominated governor recently take place WedRepublican ticket, cently tendered tne by Lhe staio Re- angina pectoris, will REPOST ON LUZON Colorado on the nesday morning. In accordance with sent a letter to the Republican publican convention. of the deceased, the cerestate chairman declining the nomina"I very deeply regret that a sudden the device will be conducted Aa the most monies atate does not letter the tion. While and severe attack f Hines prevented, with official Makes Recommendation Con earning It in so many worda, the reason Mr. under direction of my phyriefan. the simple manner constat ent the Erection of Government Btewart declined to run le on account report of the work of the convention usage. The body will be Interred in great palace of placing Justice William Gabbert being brought to mr attention prior the chapel attached to thewill Bulldinge. be anng Requiems on the ticket us candidate for to it a final adjournment on Saturday at Peterhof. twice a day and attended by the grand to the supreme bench. Beforff last. Washington, ' Sept. 17. Major Gen. dukes at Peterhof. John F. Weston, commanding the de- the convention Mr. Btewart- advised A later art of the convention, howThe appointment of Gen. De Duulln partment Of Luton. Philippine iatands. against the nomination of Gabbert. ever, makes It quite impossible me to aucceed General Trepoff has been In hla annual report, atatea that forty-- 1 When the nominathm was made Stewto the and state to render to the party one atatlona have been abandoned dur- art waa not present, being ill t hla the service which I had confidently made permanent aa acting commandant" of the Imperial palace. ing the year, and there are twenty-eig- hotel. He did not learn that Gabbert in the to perform coming Gen. De Dlonlin Ik too low in the atatlona. garrisoned by 7,3hi name was on the ticket until Sunday, hoped official hierarchy to iwlie the full American and 2.488 native troops. and it la said be declared to State "I wish to express through you to title. There are two brigade poets in the de- Chairman Vivian that he would not Republicans of the state my sinpartment, Fort McKinley and Fort run on the same ticket with a Popu- - the BUTCHER HAYDEN REPORTS. cere appreciation of the honor conand the latter la difficult Hat." Btotzenburg. and of the I A very diplomatic letter waa sen to ferred by my nomination of access and exposed. - For a good I personal assurance of regard, .London, Bept. 1 7. William Hayden, portion of the year the wagon roads Chief Justice (iabliert, who was elect- many to aasure you that my effort for representative of the Worshipful Com! there are impassable. Gen. Weaton ed to the supreme Itenrh six years ago and sucre of the party and It prln-c- l pany of Butchers of the city of Lonrooommeada that' no further perma- aa a Populist. Gabbert Is said to have the plea will txrln no wy relaxed. Very don at the recent convention of the nent or buildings be declared be would n" withdraw if (ho yours. Master Butchers' association of the erected there, and that no other targe entire Republican ticket refused to respectfully-- PHILIP B. STEWART." United States, which waa held at MiBtewart inland where then Mr. constructed suphim. with run be gave posts F. lwaukee, haa returned to London and it ia reported that Judge Charles plies are to he handled, either by the Republican state central commits with Mr. in an Interview tonight gave the rewa nominated who Gen. GabWeston to o'clock also 10 or Caswell, ralL until tee tonight get wagon supreme bench, will sult of hi observations to Tarious quotes from the chief quartermaster of bert off the ticket. As no move was Gabbert for the name from the ticket to- Chicago meat parking establishments. hie in that direction thla withdraw he made place apparently the department regarding Mr. Hayden eaya he made an exhaustmorrow. the issued following tonight: as follows: There waa alo a report current to- ive examination of the various opera"Denver, Bept. 17. "All commands ore quartered to would tions. from killing to rannlng. The night that the Republican nominate call either temporary, bulldinge or native "Hon. J. F. Vivian. Chairman Repuban slaughtering is carried out in the mo' and conanother convention lican Plate Committee. Denver: ' material, or permanent ban-arkDIPWflf humane and scientific manner, al "Dear Sir I beg to inform you that ullaa structed with but few exceptions by n A WARMER FOR DAY! WEDNESDAY FAIR. .ertisers VOL III AND ARE cam-palg- n. though it might seem repulsive to a n.iu pmcilcjil perxen. He fouad tbo employe clean In their pernm aud tins woik blocks and floors exceedingly clean and well kept. Bumming. up hla Mr. Hayden wild: expei The tlittiKh public, bus nothing to fear from purchssiiiK the inducts of these firms. 1 discuss d lth many people iu the United States and Canada the true Inwardness and sigutfi-rane- e of the agitation against tha packing house and the conclusion 1 have been forced to I that It' urine largely from political considerations. I wish to emphasise that, my visits were not announced In advance. I saw wiui an expert'll ej e. and ran conscientiously say 1 aw absolutely mulling to which exception could hi taken in the conduct of the iusineB. , SEVEN SCHOONERS ASHORE. Rt. Johns. X. V.' Bept. 17. Betide eleven schooners wrecked at Belle Isle recently bv storms, seven others, with moro than I'Ht persona on board, were drlien ashore on the Labrador roast Four fatalities only are reported thus far. It I feared worse disasters occurred on the northern part of the coast, word front whtfh la yet to la received. Over 250 castaway are now walling the arrival of a government learner to convey them imme. Thla la th worst disaster since 1888. OF NOME ON TRIAL Seattle, Wash., Kept. 17. The three dlocoverere of Nome E. O. Undhlom, Jafet. Under berg and John Brynaton together with J. K. Chllberg, president DISCOVERERS of the Alaska-Yuko- Pacific n exposi- tion; Albln Anderami, W. H. Metoon and Eugene Ubllhm-g- , are tha defendant In an action filed today In the King county aspertor oourt. Charges of misappropriation of fund f thu Pioneer Mining company, of which the defendants are (.nuteaa, it made, and Linderberg, Ltadblom aad Brynteaou are asked io produce 81,688,680 each, leaa the value of oartalx property for. merly owned by the Cap Nome Pioneer Mining company, aad which la alleged to be valued at 8500.000, but uni tuned Into the eompany In Ilea of about f6.000.00o rush. Undarberg, Undblom and Brynteaoa are alleged to have been interented In the Cape Nome company and organiand tha new concern, it la aald, to unload tha property onto the purchasers of stock fa the new concern. The action i brought by Glen T. Braden and T. N. Barns--du- ll aa owners of 70,noo shares of tji stock. it la also alleged that the trustee without authority loaned 1180.000 to the Nome Exploration Company, of which Undbloin and Lindcriierg are also alleged to he trustees, aid fur which they received occur! ty which they now declare to be worth only era Other minor charge $50,001). made against Ihe tnusteea. DELAYED AT HONOLULU. result of Honolulu, Bept. 17.-- A the stranding of the Pacific Mail liner Manchuria and the transport Sheridan, both on their way to the Orient, and now followed by the Mongolia striking a reef near Midway Island, all within lea than a month, there I much congestion of paengera hoie, and the loug Interruption of mail ! causing great Inconvenience. 51 any people who were traveling on Important biiaines are atranded here. Bonis nf them Intended Hailing on the Mongolia., others on the Bufort. The latter waa scheduled to sail from 8h Francisco tonight till 2 oclock this afternoon, when the order waa received to proceed to Midway Inland. The Midway trip is most unwelcome to steaniHhlp officers, as the locality is notoriously dangerous because nf lhe reefs and current. Tbo tug Iroquois Ihe largest and most powerful tug In Honolulu, will probably leave for Midway tomorrow. ADMIRAL' CHICHE8TE RDEAD, Gibraltar, Sept-- 17. Sir Edward Chichester, Rear Admiral who command- ed the British squadron at Manila durwar. dle.1 ing the Spanlsh-Amcrica- n thla morning of pneumonia after au illness oT a few day. Sir Edward' wife arrived here from England last night. Rear Admiral Chichester wan In charge of tha transport service due Ing the South African war. Hia work lntrgnsportiug a quarter of a million men 5.IHH) mile to South Africa won him great praise. K was Sir Edward Chichester who, according to report, stood by the Americans in Manila bay at a time when friction between Admiral Dewey and the German commander seemed likely to lead to serious consequence. HERBERT SHAW ARRESTED. Toulon. Sept. 17. Herbert 8haw. a voung American who .wa, arrasteil here yesterday on a charge of fraud, snya he la a student and eon of Leslie M. Shaw, secretary of the treasury of the United State, and that he arrived tn Toulon Saturday and went to the Grand hotel for the night, the next day for a engaging apartments In thu town afterprolonged stay here. Shortly ward. he says, a polios inspector rested him without any chai ge or complaint having been made. The young man say he protested to the central police commissary, bat, a be hadIden-no papers with him to establish hia at tity, and aa he was without money the time, pending the receipt of a check from the I'nlted State, he wa held in enstody until 8 o'clock this evening, when he was released at the Instance of the American consul here.