V - o C ft. JOKES, a4 Mat. M fcwa4-C- t MM 1UH. BssImM m tha FoituBct la star - Ultor Clvtll. Vtah, IUU. mu or iiMcumox. la Maaaaa. FegaMe OM U Msadw wwi HHXl Mam twa e Tfciaa r4C MWMta Mlfli M MUM M 4 W aaaa aa a a UTAH STATE NEWS. Lehl a til have the greatsct Fourth of July relebraltoo In It history. ' 8. T. Whitaker of Bait Lake "been made of l director-genera- has the Utah exhibit at the St. Ixmis fair ' A Salt Lake paln'er last week slipped from a acaffoldlng and fell forty feet, escaping without a scratch. The brown scale of the elm are said to fce killing the elm trees in the city parks of Balt Lake. The smallpox epidemic In Nephi continues to spread, despite all the precautions taken. Or'o Ilerrico. an Italian miner, was fatally injured at Castle Gate by rook falling upon him. The coke oren men at Castle Gate went, on a strike one day last week demanding the removal of a foreman. The ton of D. C. Jenson of Ephraim was thrown from s horse last week, escaping with a broken arm. Several hundred dollars has been raised for outdoor sports during the Fourth of July celebration st Rich-fol- CUBA WAMs REVOLT OF CONVICTS. COALVILLE TIMES. Prisoners in Colorado Penitentiary Make Desperate Dash for Freedom. Kirs h KuyWobdall, a convict at tbe Coloiado slate penitentiary, located at Canon City, wa4 shot and killed early Monday while attempting to escape with five other desperate prisoners. As Dr. T D. Calmer and the hospital steward were making the morning round, Kuykendall complained of be ing ill. and the doctor prepared Jor The prisoner drea an examination contain nitroglyto a bottle supposed cerine and ordered the two men to throw np their hands. They did, and five other conikta then overpowered Cell Housekeeper Clarence (.leghorn and Steward John li Keefe. The four prison offifials hus made prisoners were stripped of their clothing, which the convicts donned. Taking tbe d tor and the steward with them, they proceeded toward the gates On the way the mutineers raptured Warden John C. Cl eg horns wife and forced her to- go along, nging her ns a ahleld to prevent the guards from fir Ing at them. The inner and o iter gates were blown ofT their hinges with dynamite, vhhh.the Convhs nad somehow secured, but an attempt to force the armory was foiled Mean whilo Warden Cleghorn had armed from town, and, collecting the guards ordered them to shoot the fugitives whenever an opportunity presented Itself, but to do so without Injuring Mrx. Cleghorn. Holding knives over tha woman, the mutineers shouted that they would kill her if the guards fired. Mrs. Cleghorn fainted and the con vlcts then took to their heels, pursued by the guards. Kuykendall waa killed Sevier county now has an experimental farm. The land is being by Yardmaster John Clark after cleared and cropa will be planted in shouting: Ill never be taken alive! hole. Ill not go back to that August. Jamos Carroll, who robbed the post office at Sandy In March, has been sentenced to three months Imprisonment and fined $100. Florence, the little daughter of J. A. Wright of Salt Lake City, Is dead from burnt received by falling into a tab of hot water. A movement Is on foot to establish a fine sanitarium in Richfield. The water will be piped from the hot springs ten miles south. N. A. Hprton, manager of a Salt Lake dairy, disappeared on his wedding day before the ceremony was performed and foul play la feared.. The twentieth grand lodge, Knights f Pythias, domain of Utah, convened In Salt Lake last week, delegates from all over the flats being present, D(. E. 8. Payne, on trial in Sait Lake City for the murder of Misa Annie D. Hill, a school teacher who died In the doctors office on December 10 last, brought In a verdict of not guilty. - , Lee1 Pole, a lO y ear-ol- d Salt Lake boy, was accidentally shot, Saturday last, by bis brother, the bujlet striking him In the abdomen. The doctor claims the boy Is Ip no particular danger. The son of Mrs. Dellah Wilson of Wellsville wsa attacked tflr a lavage hog one day last week, and so badly torn and larerated. that bis life is despaired of, tbe boy being In Intense agony,, ,J. B, Crane was aertoualy Injured In a ball game at Ncphl last week, when he collided with another player, his face being badly bruised, a number of teeth knocked out, while he bare'y escaped losing an eye. Merrill Singleton, the 8 year-olson pf Mrs. Pheobe Singleton, a widow of was quite seriously hurl . Springvllle, the by explosion of a giant' cap. He found the cap and attempted to put It In a to shoot when It exJL ploded. James Erickson wga Injured In a runaway accident near Stockton last week. Erickson was thrown out of the xlg beside the road, where he lay helpless tor thirteen hours before a passek-bpicked him np and took him ,to town. - . 4 It Is said that If the people of Chester do not turn out en masse and wage Hwar on the grasshoppers, all the grain twill be destroyed,11 The peats are sc nnmerons In the meadowa that there la scarcely room oa the surface of the ground for them. Richard McAllister was found In a -- d e y James Armstrong was overtaken by Will Cleghorn, son of the warden, and was severely beaten over the head with a revolver, hilt was not fatally wounded. The other fugitives were taken alive. NEGRO BURNED AT STAKE. Northern Mob Exscutss a Negro Murder of Girl. A northern mob, led b a Virginian, burned a negro at the stage Monday night within a fe,w mile above the Mason nnd Dixon line at Wilmington, Delaware. The victim waa George F. White, n negro, Just out of tho work house, who wss accused of having feloniously assaulted and stabbed to deajh Misa Heleu 8. Bishop, the B. A daughter of Rev.Dr. T Bishop.""' The prison authorities attempted 1o prevent the lynching, and, when the mob came for the man, poured a volley Into tha crowd, several being Injured. Tho mob .finally overpowered the Jailer, however, and" took tbe negro to the scene of bis crime, where be was burned, at the stake, after having confessed his crime. There were, many negroea confined In the prison where White waa secured, but none of them were molested by the mob. i FEUDISTS FIGHT. Cs f News will err FBw5pJlt)tio tectiomsts Of States Most Unwelcw, D Pro- - ia Cubnt. Man Charged With Killing Two Help-mates in Nine Weeka A Halifax, X. 8., special says: Dougall, who is on trial in London for the moat house murders, came to Hal-- 1 (fax several years ago as a quartermasters sergeant. He waa accompanied by a wife and two children, and two more children were born in Halifax. Mrs. Dougall became suddenly ill, died and was buried the next day. Three weeks afterward Dougall left for England, but returned five weeks later with another woman, whom he Introduced as his wife. She was young and good looking and it was said that she had considerable money. She seemed to be In excellent health, but in fourteen days she was a corpse Soon afterward Dougatl departed for good. elved h li ana of renew uleCtsinlrts in opposition of the I nited Slates confirmation of the Cuban recipt t trety ia par fUb at this tuularly unweleen juncture, as it bad Lv u hoped that the Cuban senate Lj , (bs adjournment of tbe rat presej MoB would ify ail the treaties ling with the United States Ah, .a Cuba is bound, under the Put amendment, to tarry out all the ok-- r pending treat leg, it is feared tin may make the addi-GIRL FIGHTS COUGAR. that the reciprocity treaty 1 encounOregon Girl Drives Wild Beast Away tering at Washing:,, :an cuge With Buggy Whip. the ratlficafiun' or ither treaties go over untU nutsr session Miss Ida Grimes, a young woman of the Cuban congr?, living on the Washington side of the Columbia, .three miles north of WoodNEGRO JACKfHt KIPPER- land, Ore., on the Kalama road, beat Colored Fiend With fcania lor Killing off a young cougar with her riding Women Turns Up in 81 Louis. whip and made her escape Wednesday Two women, one vhit sod the morning. other colored, were mtKed end left Miss Grimes lives with her nncle, for dead about thret idaakalf miles and every morning and evening rides east of East SL Losix Tuesday after- on horseback to a hill ranch to assist noon, and a posse is out looking for a in milking. She waa making her renegro described by gs of kli victims, turn trip Wednesday morning when tf he should be captured ft Is be- she was ferociously attacked by a lieved there will be a lym hist, tor the young cougar, receiving several body News rt-- i ip u SIX THOUSAND SLAIN NEWS SUMMARY. f V Is now generally admitted tjurf S. Grant is a easdidate forihvire U. RESULT CF DESPERATE BATTLE It IN MOROCCO. Forces of the Sultan, Led by the Moorish War Minister, Meet With Heavy Losses in Encounter With Rebels. According to a dispatch froitpTan. gfer, El Metnetsh, the Mgeflsh war minister, has lost 6,0ui,Hlu in a battle fought with the rebels at Amniedinna The Madrid Correspondencias at Tajngtec telegraphs that the Scuhaya and Ergunba Kaby-iesurprised the sultans are y, inflicting a loss of 6,000 men. The pretender to the tin one, the Correspondencias representathe adds Is as' yet ignorant of the x ir tory of his supporters. s presidency. The striking mlocfs at Sunl'. i Colo., are still Wt, and the end of tU strike is nof in bight new Washington state la iuh il,i. nquiring barber ships to ckse in the comtb tcbtod Sunday is to be As the result of the collapse ot . bridge at Eau Claire. WIs . six pi rs injured ami tb'n, were seriously lighily injured Five men were killed by an t xi sion winch completed wrecked Vn 3 oi the Raton Ci a! &. Coke ion. pany at Blosbtmrg. N M. It is ri isirted from Abpa"g that t i persons were burned ia a fire that ib strrjei the prater part of the villa;. 'of Moenc h Kirr hen. lower Austr.a THE SKY. Edward Hoetkle, aged 12 years, was and killed by his older brolhei shot Causes the Death of Six Men and SeriFrank in San Framlsio the aec ide i ous Injury of a Score. being caused by a friendly stuffle over Lightning struck a house stored a to rifle. with 8,000 pounds of dynamite at the Father John Cronsta.lt of St. PetersChris-tionnew mines now being opened near burg. aays that the Jews, not Senecaville, Ohio, during a Btorm, and are to blame for the Kishineff killed six men and injured a score of ntbsaere. and that the Christians sufothers, besides ruining the mine shaft fered worse. and breaknlg nearly all the windows Chaunoey Dewey, Clyde Wilson and' in Senecaville, a mining town of 300 W. J. McBride, charged with the murpeople, half a mile from the mine. der of the -- Berry family in Kansas, The men killed and wounded were have been bound over to the distru t carpenters. When the storm came up court without bail. the men took refuge in dohn Saltzbur-ger'- s The Venezuela government has paid barn, some distance from- - fhe to Germany $00,000 due this month, mine, and suddenly a blinding flaau as stipulated in the protocol. In partial- TOO DEEP FOR WORDS. came and in an instant the barn was liquidation of the German claims demolished and the men scattered against Venezuela. within a radius of 100 feet, over a Arthur Gibbs, aged 18, and Annie score bleeding from Injuries sustained Reardon, 13 years old, were drowned from heavy rorks torn from the earth near the MeCausland opera house in and from the timbers from the black- East St. Louis by falling from a raft smith shop. on which they were playing. While trying to arrest a mysterious Railroad For Central Alaska,. mnn In the fashionable Rochelle park The gold output of Alaska is nov residence section of New Rochelle, N. 830,000,000 per year, and will be great Y., Policeman OHern was shot and ly increased by the early building of :i new railroad from the southern coast killed. The murderer escaped. The crops in the valley between of Resurrection bay northward to the lone and Heppner, Ore., were deTanana river, definite announcement of which was made in Chicago Satui-day- . stroyed by the recent flood. This, with t The Reward Construction com the damage to the railway, will bring pany of Chicago has secured the con the total property loss to $1,090,000. tract for the building and equipping Major James G. Pond, the well of 413 miles of Alaska Central railway, known manager of lectures and sing-e- rs, la dead at his home in Jersey City, from Resurrection bay northward through the Cook Inlet country and up as the result of an operation on June the Sussitna valley to the Tanana 17, In which his right leg was ampuriver, 150 miles above Its Junction tated. with the Yukon. Opinion at Bogota Is changing favorably regarding tho ratification of thw-- -' Uncle Bam Does Not Recognize King Ky:Herran canal treaty. The anPeter. nouncement nnd names of the presld- a Little Russian tanment but let of (news item)', thinking. 4 The United States government has Ing officers of congress are anxiously 'i crime has caused great exdtement scratches. Her clothing was badly adopted an attitude similar to that of awaited. . r and indignation among tto farmers of torn. England toward, tbe new Servian dyThe court of appeals at Frankfort. the American bottoms, vbre it oc- 'Miss Grimes 'vigorously defended nasty. It will be In no haste to recog- Ky., has declined to grant a hearing curred. herself with a riding whip, and finally nize the new government In the ab- of the cases of Claude O'Brien and j One of the victims, Mils. Annie pulled her horse away from the sence of some exhibition of a dispoal- - Earl Whitney, the Memphis boys conGreen, a colored woman, iged 28, wax hungry, cub. The animal waf about jtion to' punish he guilty. Therefore, victed of the murder of A. B. Chinn at clubbed about the head, her akull the size of a hog and had evidently Mr. Jackson, who, besides being min- Lexington fractured and left arm troken. Just been weaned by the mother cougar. ister to Greece, is also minister to The engagement is announced of before relapsing Into unansciousness feervla, will not present his credentials Miss Ella Clark of Ixs Angeles, sister tbe told of the assault nd described A special meeting of the stockmen to the government of King Peter at of a light yellow negro, axed 25 years, W. A. Clsrk United States Senator as her assailant. She as evidently of Big from county, has been called to present. In fact, these credentials of M. Newell, Rev. and J. not have Montana, been prepared. tbe first victim of the field, who later meet at Meeteetse, Wyo., for July 15, of the Behtesda Presbyterian pastor to of home the John Bruno, proceeded to take action on the forest reserve Foreigners Like Our Boots and Shoes. church of Los Angeles. a well-to-dfarmer Ilvhg between East 8L Louis and BdleUleii sad questions and other matters pertaining Exports of boots and shoes In the Militia companies from Independenc e, to their interests. committed the second ertme. fiscal year about to end seem likely to Waterloo and Marquoketa have ar-- . exceed those of any preceding year, rived at Dubuque, Ioya, and are IIDDEI PICTURE PUZZLE. both In quantity and value. In 18SU the property of the street car the number of pAlrs of boots and shoes company. Operation of cars will ho exported was 370,074; In 1890 the resumed under militia guard. number had only Increased to 587,108 n Investlgaton will be made of letpairs; by t900 the number had grown order bureau and to 3,010,720 pairs, and in 1902 the to- ter Office. Both of the bureaus handle tal was 3,966,766 pairs, and in the fiscal year about to end, the total will considerable money, and the investigation Is to make sure of precaution. pass the 4,000,000 line. There are no specific charges. KISSES DONT COUNT. The emigration figures for May, Indiana Judge Decides Wife May Kiss 1903, show that more than twice as Whom She Pleases. many persona emigrated from DenAn Indianapolis dispatch says: TJp mark to America as during the sanu-at Kokomo yesterday a judge. In de- period last year,, and the American ciding a unique case, held that a wife fever shows fio signs 6f abating. E. T. Fetch of Jefferson, O., and M. may kiss whoever she pleases and as often as she likes without violating C. Krarup erf New York left San Franher marriage vows. 'Kisses, the judge cisco last, week in a twelve horseheld, are ft wifes personal property, power single cylinder gasoline motor and may be distributed to her friends car of, American make, with the Inregardless of race, colort sex or tention of traveling through to New condition of servitude. York. . Stockmen Fight Duel. In a fight between three striking man ft In.News reached Holbrook, Ariz, of a linemen and a C. A. Havens, a strikdesperate battle between cattlemen on dianapolis, Ind., the Apache Indian reservation, , ten er, was shot In the shoulder. George miles south of Holbrook, in which H. Dean, the man, was arHenry Barrett was killed and Prime rested. He says he was attacked by Coleman was probably fatally wounde- the strikers. d.- Both etc prOmtneht cattlemen Mide deeperate by theTeatedT re and have lived in Apache county forfuBal of Ollve.Foeter, a concert hail -many years. Only meager reports wre singer, to marry him Edward Teets, 21 obtainable, but it appears that the years old, shot and probably fatally men became Involved ft a dispute over wounded the girl as she sat In the their respectiye1 grazing permits on crowded balcony of a music hall In the reservation. Thar shs comas." Do you ace hrT Coney Island. Decided to Dio Together. Stores of Dynamite In Prisom RAN FROM A BEAR. John Edelstein of Jersey City dreamed and Jennie Brennan that bnrgiafs had entered his drank carbolic acid Enough giant powder And Found a Man Ha Had Been Huntwas found in the Colorado pent at Scranton, Pa., Sunday, and will home. He sprang out of bed and ing for Bom Time." tentlary Tuesday fo blow up the en- die, and Ernest Schmich shot himself struck his head on a projection. The William Robinson, who - escaped tire prison. This discovery waa made ft the heart They were lovers, but shock caused a clot of blood to aettle from the convicts' camp near Las after the convicts had attempted to another , woman sought to hold on his bralft, resulting In meningits, - -- Vegas,, N. M., several days ago, has escape on; the previous day .were put Schmich to an aUegel Wgagment to which caused death been recaptured .by The guard froid killed A stroke of lightning that the sweating process. The her. Friends had noticed the auspici- whom he escaped. ' The guard was through were concealed ft the wall ous actions ot tho couple, and when Martin Condon, superintendent of the explosives to from a after failing running bear, at IadTUle, was almoet kill it, when he ran on to Robinson of ore of the shops. It Is believed they came in .sight Miss Brenuaiv 1 Penn waa manufac- drained a bottle of acid.- - As she did th cause of an accident that would As the bear did not chase the guard that the he turned hla attention to , tbe con tured by Kirk Kuykendall, the con- so Schmich started to run and fired have killed four of his miners, the vict. who, having had a strenuous ex- vict who waa killed at the time ot the three shots at the crowd toat followed Lhock cau8, the englncjr to lose perience, waa ouite willing ta return. revolt of the convicts. Finally be stopped and shot himself. Dfln. or a BOment A BOLT FROM ng ' -- I. i o Virginians Put Up Fight That Would MakCowhoya Ashamed. A party of (mountaineera, led by Flbyd McCoy, a member of the feudist, created a disturbance at the mining town of Keystone, McDowell county. West Monday night. Thetr disorderly conduct wss resented by John Vlr-ginl- Rey-nold- whereupon McCoy's crowd opened fire on Reynolds. A large crowd gathered and the entire pollcs force waa In pursuit , McCoy and party opened fire on the officer and a pitched battle ensued ft the darkness. One of McCoy's mea wss killed and another fatally wound ed, other being also Injured, The police escaped injury. The McCoy crowd escaped' to the mouyatns,taklngthctr dead and Wounded with them. The names are unknown. Shot by Highwayman M. Calof was shot, and perhaps mop tally wounded by two highwaymen In his barn at Portland Monday night Calor eon was In the barn when the highwayufen entered and attempted to rob him. Young Calof resisted and made an outcry, when the robbers fired a shot at him. The shot aroused dyLngcondiU9aaJthflitnlraoLlhe his father, who came to his sons resWhite House hotel In Salt Lake,' cue. Just as he Was entering the bare al-i day morning, hit death occurring most Immediately after the discovery door, one of the robbers fired, striking of his condition. Death was due to Cslof over the heart. Inflicting a wound which in alt probability will prove acute alcoholism. fatal.- - . Russell Plats, aged I, stepped In BY POPULAR VOTE. front of a passenger train on the Short , Line, north of Salt Lake City, and waa Instantly killed. The boy was Mississippi tha Flrat State to Thua Elect a Senator. on one track and saw a train coming state The board of election commisand atepped onto another track direct- sioners of of has ordered in front train. Mississippi the ly Miss Elizabeth Fink of Providence State primary election to be held oa This action mean that the dcawned .at Arlmo,- - Idaho, last August Miss Fink, who was about 18 next United State senator from Misyears of age, was on a visit with sissippi will be chosen by popular balfriends at Arimo, and went bathing lot ; Senator Money, the present In alone in the river, so It U not known cambent,,and Governor Longlno are candidates, and are now prosecuting how she cams to meet death. an active canvass of the state. -- THAT FEAR I English bluebeard. rKEATY the-dea- pre-viou- a non-unio- n non-unio- n j nltro-gly-serin- e -- I - nitro-glyrertn- e u V J - '