Document 22803

THE
SUNDAY
PKEGONIAff,
PORTLAND,
190f.
12,
of the members of the various .unions in
rado authorities in dumping the deported
LIFE SAVED BY SWAMPiROOT,
'the district, which left the matter en- I
minima m tne stale, iso iroume is- ex
f
tirely in the hands of properly delegated
pected, however.
authorities for adjudication and settle
Th Wonderful Kidney, Liver and
W. J.,.. Black, general .passenger and
ments
ticket agent of the Santa Fe, has been noJ. no
Bladder Remedy.
twelfths annual convention re
tified that the miners will have to depend
cently held in Denver, appointed a spe
on the farmers for their food. The region
cial investigating committee, cons is tin
SAMPLE BOTTLE BENX.FRKTS BY HAIL.
they were put oft the train is very
of Malcolm Crillis, ol Butte, Mont.; EL Kansas Sheriff Will Not Allow wnere
sparsely settled, and it will be no easy Colorado Bandits Make Sen
B. Seaman, of Rossland, B. C. and R.
discovered by the eminent
, Swamp-Romatter lor the residents to care for them
Kianey ana bladder specialist
Coloradans to Cross LinBr- - properly.
E. Allen, oi Dillon, Wyo.. which com
promptly
sational
Escape,
cures Kidney, liver, bladder and uric .acid
mittee made a personal investigation by
TneSanta
Combined with cow's milk
not
to
Fe
be
asked
will
let
troubles.
a visit to the Cripple Creek district only
any more men OK the train at that point.
k duplicates the esseazkl
Somo of the early symptoms of weak
last wee, and reported to the conven
they
If
must come to this state, it is the
kidneys are pain or dull ache In the back,
Properties of mother's milk
tion that the constitution of the ".Vestera
of the Kansas people that they be
rheumatism, dizziness, headache, nerDELICIOUS
Federation of Miners had been observed TRAIN FROM VICTOR STOPPED wish
NUTRmni
Drougnt rarther east.
ARE SEEN . AT TWO POINTS vousness, catarrh of, the bladder, gravel
to the minutest detail during the entire
The Kansas officials are united in the
or calculi, bloating-- sallow complexion, iSotng Food fcr ocr tabr'am
prosecution of the contest.
opinion that Sheriff Brady made a mis
puffy or dark circles under the eyes, sup- - LrUck tia fc:
"Absolutely, no deaths have occurred
tt$xd. rrc
take in sending the men back as there Is
Mfes poma&. K Ud
or urine, or compelled to pass
EIGHT-HOU- R
DAY IS ISSUE during. th. contest for, which the Western
no law to warrant his action- - If any lawla fad caadBM.
water often day and night
Ht!
Federation of aUnenr can jor ought to be
The
less
mild
acts
are
and extraordinary effect of the
committed by the miners, say When Officers Believe They
a o toprw ted Uti
held responsible. Some 15 men were Men Are Unloaded at an Early Hour
Have
tne
omclals,
easily
kidney
Kilcan
the
be
Kansas
laws
remedy,
Dr.
killed in the Strattoa Independence mine
"w bew ck tfiy tfcxa. HhJ
on the Prairie, Told to Keep Movmer's Swamp-Roenforced, but they cannot be prevented
Them Surrounded In Gulch, Train
is soon realized. It
i
tn rough the Incompetency of the men
Xit
aa and a Ubiffew
ing and Shots Fired to Emstands the highest for Its wonderful cures
irom coming to the state.
employed and the culpable negligence of
I
Robbers Appear at Farm, and
tax.
tin litotes caaftdcaM taf
of
the
most
distressing
you
cases.
need
If
phasize
tne- management.
men
Command.
were
These
the
un
Sasirtjto
scptclartn- then 3 kej
Colorado" Citizens' Alliances familiar with the work, and were
Secure Fresh Mounts.
meoicme you. should have the best
WIVES SHALL NOT SUFFER.
such
awamp-RoMn. H.
tabr food.
is not recommended for
as this mine and other mines in-- the diseverything, but if you have kidney, liver,
Held Responsible for Grime.' trict have been compelled to employ at
x k v Kib ir-- 37IS Fckaa
r
Federation Will Care for the Loved
bladder
or
uric
you
will
FrtTwtwty
find
trouble
CtL
add
ScSia
tne oenesc or the Mlneowners Employ
One3 of the Deported Miners.
tne remedy you need.
ii
ment Agency.
DENVER, Colo., June 11. A sp'ecial to
T
MOMMTS
Sold
by
GLENWOOD
druggists
SPRINGS,
fifty-ce11.
Colo.,
June
in
and
DENVER, June 11. Supplying the wives
"We are unfortunately- - forced to abide the Post from Holly, Colo., says:
sizes. You may have a sample
The bandits who heia un tha ntn
by the acts of an unbridled military desWith a parting volley of rifle bul- and children of the union miners in the Grande
bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rotrain
at
Parachute
and a 11
Tuesday
S JU5T rte"Modus'Tor FrrBibjSkef!
Cripple
last
Creek
potism-thadistrict
provisions,
with
and
fired
is
driving our members from lets
over their heads by the
FORTITUDE OF MEN IS MARVEL pillar t Book"
escaped for the time at least. How pamphlet that tells all about it including
to post Their fortitude under militia and deputies to warn them taking care of deported men, are serious nave
ot tne t&ousanda of letters received
CAXJFOS?ftt
before the executive board of the they eluded the large posse which was many
tae3e circumstances ia the marvel of tho to "hike" eastward as fast as their problems
5
FOOD
from
y-sufferers cured, both Rent free bv
a?.
to surround them Is not known,
age, and shows the Western Federation legs could carry them, and never Western Federation of Miners at the supposea
malL Write Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blngham- CM.
present time. At the meeting of the board and until late this afternoon It was supof Miners is composed of the highest type again set foot on Colorado soil, 91 union today
xx. x., ana please be sure to mention
ion,
posed
they
were
neighborhood
still
the
in
was
decided that commission!
it
citizenship.
of
American
miners
U
Our
you
attitude
from
Cripple
the
Creek
that
district shall be immediately established at Crip of Divide Creek.
read this generous offer in the
Explosion at Independence Is Con fully expressed by tho following tele were unloaded
from a special Santa Fe ple treeic,
Sunday Oregonian. Don't make
During the afternoon, however, word
victor and Anaconda. Whether
gram:
nected With the Startling .Preany
train on the prairie this morning,
lf
mistake,
was
but remember the name.
willreceived
bv
the
sheriff
tne
fmm
win or lose in the present
" 'Hon. Theodore Ttoosevelt, President of mile from the Colorado-KansSwamp-Rostate line, strike,miners
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rovious 'Confession of Employe
the board is determined that the lams' ranch, just below Rifle, that two and
the united States, Washington. D. C. and left to shift for themselves. The exthe
address,
Blnghamton, N. Y., on
navmg
men,
the annearance of tha mh- little ones shall not suffer.
of the- Mlneowners.
"A duty devolves upon you. as Presi iles were disembarked In haste and with- wives and
deportation of the men to Kansas Ders, naa Deen seen going westward on every bottle.
dent of the United States to investigate out ceremony. The guards and deputies is "The
a problem that Is still confronting us. norseDacK.
the terrible crimes that are being perpe- were tired out and in
from their
Shortly before 6 o'clock another mas the
one of the members today, "but mat
trated in Colorado in the name of law long, tedious trip from the Teller County said
of the evidence taken at
ters
would be more comnlicated bv hav sage was received saying the mon were the transcript
Inquest Over tha hodv nf Manual
and order. We will render every possible gold camp, and were In no mood to ex ing the
For the return of that youthful feellnc ot
men
brought
jiicumr8 ranch, three miles east of Cereva,
to
at
Denver..
two
a prominent Detroit physician ana
DENVER.
June 1L The. executive assistance to the proper authorities
the
bullfighter,
tend any special courtesies or kindness to or three weeks threshing will be onIn
who was killed by manhood
Parachute,
they
and
Is in possession of a receipt
savant
securing
were
that
in
the
.
ho
board of the "Western Federation of Min such investigation, to the end that the their unfortunate charges.
western part of Kansas and harvest hands provisions and fresh mounts. A snaalni Wednesday, ftis3. me American mataaor, has himself used in his own eitenulvewhich
ptivata
country
people
might
up
of
the
the prosecuting attorney di- practice with the most startling success.
Jiurry there, you fellows," cried Lieu are always hard to get. The men could train with a large posse at once started
ers today Issued a statement regarding
realize the
Though the years have passed Its equal has
rected today to release Bass.
hB
In stopped In the find plenty of work there during the Sum
the situation In Cripple Creek, In reply to outrages that are being inflicted on Inno
never been found, and with it thousands oC
ior
word was sent ahead
persons by thoso in temporary off! midst of theWh,1n
Tha evidence showed to his satisfaction weak
sand dunes that dot mer months, while. In Denver therft jcnulri to have mountswniie
men have brought about
the statements made by General. Sherman cent
cures they
to
readv
and
alarm
tha
power.
BaSS
that
had
in
In so much longed for. The doctor the
aetad
the prairie In the vicinity of the eastern De nothing whatever for them.'
willingly
or
M. Bell and. Secretary C. C. Hamlin, of the ciai
residents
tho locality.
Sboothu?
entirely free to any man sends
Cereva.
the
formula
was
who
nn
him
"W. D. HAYWOOD, Secretary."
part
or Prowers County, near the Kan
mshlntr
who
William" D. Haywood, secrotary-trea- s
they
It,
for
writes
and
Cripple Creek District Mlneowners Asso
him
will
find it a gift
with a butcherknlfe when the shot was of lasting value.
sas line.
urer of the Federation, said the men de.
Is good for sexual weakIt
Believed
to
fired.
Be
Again.
elation. It is as follows:
Surrounded
ness, lost manhood, nervousness, weak back,
"We haven't got time to waste out ported to the Kansas line who' are now at
ORDERS WRONG MEN AWAY.
emissions, varicocele lack of force, prostatio
'Th,e cause of the .strike of the, Western
nere, ana no time was wasted. The speLEADVILLE. Colo., June 1L A spetioiiy will he brought to Denver at the
trouble, night sweats. Inability and the many
Nonunion
Men
to
cial, which consisted of an engine, a com- - expense of the Federation If they wish
Attacked.
cial
the
Federation of Miners In Colorado is one of Committee on Safety Puts
Parafrom
other embarrassing conditions that befall the
to
of
Names
NEW YORK, June
man. It creates an imive
mnatlon baggage-ca- r
and smoker, and two come. He sent money to Holly today for chute says that deputies have the Rio
long standing and involves the failure on
nonunion sexually Imperfect
social feeling, warmth and good nav
Deputies on List.
day coaches, had no sooner come to a their expenses. Secretary Haywood re- trranae bandits surrounded In a cabin men who had been engaged to fill the mediate
the part cf mine managers in various
ture, forces active blood to the muscular tls- -.
places
striking
of
escape
ceived
standstill
firemen on a coastthe car doors were un
Information from Victor today to unii mat tneir
is impossible.
tones the nervous system and arouses bodparts of tle state to live .up. to their pwn CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo.. June. 1L Gen locked andthan
wise steamer were attacked and roughly cue,
ily confidence.
thrown open and the order the effect that members of tha mllitJa hnn
It makes the man of 65 as
cral Bell was In consultation for two
written agreements. As far back as 1SS4, hours
good as at S3, and the young man again eager
handled by a score or more of the striktoday with the citizens' committee given by Lieutenant Cole for the exiles tq broken Into the Engineers' Club in Victor
SAYS
WITNESS
society
SHOW
WILL
fit
UP.
marriage and parenthood.
and
for
ers
today.
as a result of a strike at that time, the that has been Investigating the records of leave the train.
The
ana tnorougniy wrecked It Tho letter
strikers threw the men's Satisfactory resultsfor are
produced in a day's
baggage Into the river.
"Step lively, you fellows. steD llvelv." which contained this news stated that the
mlneowners agreed that eight hours tno- imprisoned union men. and unon
use, and a perfect cure In a few weeks, reMrs.
n
Patterson Declares Broth
gardless of age. or the cause ot your condition.
should constitute a day's work, that the whose recommendations deportations are admonished Deputy Benton, who was in doors had been broken' In with axes and
If you need such a remedy eend your namo
that these had also been used in smashLaw Will Be on Hand Tomorrow.
command or the civil force of the exoedl
minimum day wage sbould be $3 and ordered.
and address today to the Dr. Knapp Med. Co
M0ET0NS DEMAND A DIVORCE.
d
have decided upon a few who must tion, and in less time than it takes to tell ing numerous
1722 Hull bldg., Detroit, Mich., and in an unmodYORK,
NEW
11.
that there should be. no discrimination go,"Wesaid
June
Counsel
for
marked envelope the doctor will at once send
upon leaving the it, the three cars were emptied of their els of engines, built by members of the "Nan" Patterson has Informal a rnnrnagainst union men in the hiring and dis- commutee-roo- Generalat Bell,
the receipt; as promised, explaining In
unfortunate and unwilling passengers and ciuu. uesKs naa been torn down and de sentatlve of the District Attorney, and Their Daughter Will Allege Count you what
tho Alliance headquar
ingredients to use and how to comcharging of labor.
was
airoyea.
way
lers, out l don't want to send them out
pound them so that any weak man can euro
started on Its
back to La Junta.
Her.
tne
aiso
detectives
who
have
been
searchIn his own home without being under
Tho secretary further said the Enrf ing for him.
himself
"At the outset of the trouble Manager until we have sifted out all the candidates
The men were dumped on the cheer
that J Morgan Smith,
obligations to anyone. It costs you nothing and
MacNelll. of the Standard Mill at Colo- for release and Imprisonment. We will less prairie without food or water, for neers clubroom was one of the
law
you write the sooner you will ba
of .the woman who is fcaM non fl
PARIS. June 11. Tha TTlPTTlhpN of tha the sooner
clubs in the state, and that the ing Investigation
.
the soldiers and deputies, in their haste
rado City, peremptorily discharged 45 send out all future deportees on one train
into
the
'Bookof
death
Morton
are
familv
nnlnad hir tho cured.
srraatlv
were
models
probably
Sunday.
get
to
used
in
save
will
This
the
forgotten
ex
home,
the
had
instruction of maKer i?ranK
to unload
xoung, last Saturday, publicity given to the domestic misfor
men, members of tho Westefti Federation pense of more
young engineers and had proved of much Will
than one special train."
tne small stock of commissary sunn II
be surrendered next Mnndnv. Af tho tunes or tne uucnesa De Valencay,
of Miners, for no other reason than that
ocvuiuu in mis way.
The committee today made the signifi
tne
same
when
carried
train
Victor
left
assurance
it
time
was cvcn that curring as it does at the same tlma an tha
they had become union: men. All of these cant mistake of recommending for de- yesterday afternoon.
appear
Smith
will
then
before
grand
the
Of
Miss
death
Morton
Lena
With
th
were old employes of from two to six portation some of the men who had been
CLUBBED BY MILITIAMEN.
jury .to purge himself of tho contempt of view to the avoidance- - of further speculaA Cheerless Lot, Indeed.
years standing. Mill men are affiliated sworn In as deputies. Many persons have
court wnicn he committed when lie failed tive reports, the following additional
The
TRUE TO NATURE.
changed
were
exiles
sympathies
their
a
In
cheerless
from
unionism
lot
answer a subpena.
with the Western Federation of Miners to the
statement comes from the friends of the
correspondent and Business Men toSmith
gained
side
now
which
un- - deed. Without even a' light and miles
has
he
is now outside the state, and is iamiiy:
and are entitled to all of the protection per hand during the week.
from the nearest habitation, they hudQuite Badly Beaten.
saie irom arrest on the warrant of at'Mutual friends of tha twa famlllas had START YOUR BABY ON
that goes with such membership.
Nearly all the union men remainlner at dled together in groups on either side
DENVER, Colo., June 11. A special to tachment issued last Thursday by Judge sought to effect a reconciliation between
THE PROPER DIET
Alliance headquarters after yesterday's of the Santa Fe track and discussed ujb
The Only Question Involved.
Newbereer.
but It had been tha intantirm tne jjuKe ana juuehess de valencay, and
iimes irom L& junta, Colo., says
numbering 40. were taken to tneir plight. Warned to move east
"Today tho only questions involved are deportation,
Deven members of the state militia of the District Attorney to have him ar- - the mother of the Duke had expressed
county
tne
on
today.
pain
Jail
ward
The
of
being
mlneowners
rearrested arid which had accompanied tha minora to
restea on another charge and brought her desire to withdraw the application she
day, the say they will be charged with various severely handled, and notified
enforcement of the eight-hobv the
line, missed their train this morning back to this city. The promise to surrennaa maae to tne Vatican for the annulright of men to organize in the unions grave offenses.
Kansas authorities that they would not state
der
him probably will cause
AtTint tha family of
Fifteen men remain at the old prison,
do allowed to seek refuge in that state, un meir reium irom the state line and torney Jerome to abandon District plan, ment Of the marrlaara.
and to prevent discrimination against
that
the Duchess Irrevocably declared a reaia not leave here until noon today. though the police
Some will be deported and some released. the spirit of th men broke.
union men of all kinds. The responsibilwill
continue
the
search
Among
Lieutenant-Cninwas
conciliation
them
imnossihla
was
and thnt tha
Is
w
also a squad at the Victor Ar
When the special bearim? the deDort- - Kennedy,
tne missing witness.
ity for the lawlessness connected with the There
THE 70 OD TOR
Duchess should secure a legal annulment
mory, variously estimated at 23 to S5. ed miners
Denver, who was in charge iorCaptain
half a mile of tha of the trainoflast
Swenev In whnsA ntvtrtt v,n of her marriage.
contest rests entirely on the shoulders of awaiting deportation.
To that end, proper
night One of tho militia- shooting occurred, believes no great difBut few arrests Kansas line it was stopped by Sheriff
Infants
and
invalids
steps
legal
men,
the mine operators, the Citizens' Alliance have been made today.
In
while
have
In
been
this city, struck the Santa ficulty will be experienced In persuading
taken
behalf of
.oraciy or Hamilton County, and. 40
the Duchess to secure an annulment The Insures Proper Nourishment
Expressmen In this city and Victor are deputies, who notified Lieutenant'
and their allies, backed up by the ready
Cole Fe ticket agent, Balchrach. over the head omnn to ten an he knows about the death grounds
are
doing a rushing business In hauling that under no circumstances would
without anv al Provides Natural Digestion
inflicting a very bad Of Youncr and the causes landlnrr im tn it
power of the state government.
the witn a
trunks to the various depots for the de
train be allowed to cross, the Kansas araup u.wouna, ana threatened to kill him There are reports, which as yet are un- legation of scandal."
"Tho responsibility has been placed on ported
people, and also of people who pro.
seeiy
M.
and
M. O'Nell were confirmed, that the attitude of the
line, and, futher, that the unionists
those persons and organizations by Dis- pose to aeport tnemselves. Much furni
Commercial Travelers Elect.
were not wanted in the Sunflower Druiany treated by the militiamen when win cnange next weeK. and that defense
an ex
trict Judge Theron Stevens, who de- ture Is being stored.
ujey passea tnroufth ror tho stnto iin
SALT LAKE CITY. Utah. Juna 11. Tha
Brady
State.
Sheriff
emphatic
planation or the tragedy of tho cab will
was
In
nounced tho military usurpation in Tellu-rld- e
The mlneowners and Citizens' Alliance nis remarks, and Lieutenant Cole as .oir. seeiy is a newspaper corresnondent be offered bv
annual irrand council of tho nmnd T.nAtra
the woman urfin
and endeavored to get ah Interview with xoungs companion "when he was shot
In strong language, from the bench; have rtalned Attorney John M. Waldron. sured him that the train would pro
of United Commercial Travelers of Amer
by District Judge J. Walter Dixon. Re of Denver, to prosecute the prisoners who ceed no further. Then the order to quit some or tno militiamen, but they walked
ica, embracing Montana, Idaho and Utah,
will be tried for murder, attempt to kill mo train was given in aliurry. Sheriff him off the platform at the poind of a
today elected the following- officers:
A Mother's Food for Bahv
publican, who openly condemns Governor ana
Wife on
rioting. Tne plan Inaugurated In Brady called for the leaders of the rifle.
Mr. O'Nell, a business man. was
Grand counselor. Charles R. Sutton. Wat.
Peabody and severely criticises his acts Cripple Creek of
refusing employment to unionists and notified them
standing on tho platform, when flvo of
ena; grand junior counselor, W. D. McAl A Counterpart of Mother's Milk
they
that
Involving the deportation of men from all union men In any branch of trade In
the militiamen attacked him. pushing him Colorado Liveryman Also Takes the lister, aait ilkb- - past grand counselor, C.
not cross the Kansas line.
the state without trial or other chance of any way affiliated with unions allied to must
H. McMahon. Salt Lake: erand secratarv
Many of them walked back westward and striking him with the points tif their
Life of Another Woman.
the
Western
Federation
of Miners has on the railroad to Holly, the Salvation guns, ana because he would not run to
hearing; by
Charles S
James G. Evans, Butte; grand treasurer,
CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN.
11
Colo..
PUEBLO.
xr
been
to
carried
Juna
Victor,
where
committees
obhot
get
out
way.
uscar Ji. teu, uutte; grand conductor, H.
of their
Thomns, who plainly points to the MineAIX DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
he was bpntn Dodge, a llverykeeper,
or the Citizens Alliance are obtaining the Army settlement in Colorado, where thrown into
shot
King,
and
waiting-rookilled
Butte:
PREPARED BY
A.
rrand
the
Dace.
Ttatnid
J.
charitable inhabitants provided
and nut his wife and Mrs. Maud McKInney
owners" Association and Citizens' Alliance signatures or nusmess men to
boycot the
the
on
grand
Ogden;
uuuer
sentinel,
suura.
uneers
R.
were
Ball,
P.
given
Salt
them.
Some
breakfast
for
of
for
them
the tne principal business street this,
as being responsible for the many out ting agreement.
Milk Co
after.untie, viranu executive committee Two
later started to walk to Lamar. Colo, miners by the crowd gathered around the
'
rages committed on the persons of help
The women wore slttine- - in a r. years, George
SEATTLE, WASH.
A. Jeffrey, Helena, and
The miners say they were driven Into the station while a change of engines on the noon.
rlage
In
less and innocent miners; by tho recent
front of a fish market. Dodge j&ari Aiurpny, .Butte; one year, Gus
MINERS ARE FIRED UPON.
cars like cattle. They are expecting military train was being made.
aismouniea irom a horse on which he
Butte, and S, M. Barlow, Salt Lake.
Democratic State Convention, which detransportation from Denver, so that they
riding,
was
shot one woman In the head
The next annual council will ha haid in
nounced in unscathlng terms the line of
Is Emptied Into a Crowd, may return at once. They seemed to be Union Men Fast Leaving Colorado.
In
and
the
other
the
and
Butte.
heart
then
The report of the grand treasurer
tried
policy pursued.
well supplied with money and peaceable.
DENVER, June 11. A
to kill himself, but did not succeed before snowea a membership or 360 In the
but No One Is Injured.
of mln
three
"The events of the present week in the
oi wem nave xamuies. uney say ers and citizens of Cripple number
Deing
Creek
by
police.
have
states.
nr.
Mcaisarmea
the
Mrs.
COLORADO SPRINGS. June 11. A spe
that their wives and children wished to
Cripple Creek district justify every accuIn Denver bound for other points KInney is Said to bfl tha tvifa nf rhn.l.a
cial to the Gazette from Cripple Creek come with them, but the militia beat rlved
where they can secure work and remain McKInney, of Cripple Creek, who was
sation contained above. The following says:
Wonderful Discovery of Teacher.
them off with their guns
unmolested. In one party was
unuer arrest on tne cnarge or being one
crimes upon citizenship have followed
"It is said in General Bell's headquarters- CHICAGO. June 11. A rtisnatah tn thn
M.
J.
Robertson,
of
men
who
the
was
deposed
who
wrecked
the
Short
from
swiftly upon one another:
Line
150
tonight that on Monday
arrests will
from Peoria. 111., says: Miss Adeomce, ana about a dozen others.
WILL NOT MOLEST THEM.
train bearing nonunion miners some Tribune
be made.
laide Mlckel, a teacher In the art depart
Crimes Upon Citizenship.
we are getting out" said one of them, months ago. The case dragged through
"The night shift at the Stratton Inde
or
ment
tne Bradley Polytechnic Insti"The resignation of Sheriff Robertson, pendence was fired on by some unknown Kansas Only Asks That the Deported "because we want to keen out of inn the 'courts for soma mnnths
tute. In nn attamnt tn rBdlccAuor mori..
Union men are now leavincr as mnMiv Weeks ago the case neainst MnTT?noof Toller County, forced by a mob at the party as the men were going off work. A
has disenvararl a rhumlral in
Be
as possiDie to avoia oeing placed in the was decided In the courts at Cripple PrlntlnC
point of a pistol and a coil of rope; the man concealed below the old camn at
sistent that, when used on white duck
ST. LOUIS, June 1L Governor Willis J. ouiipen.
ureeK.
with
a
stenciled
into the Bailey, of Kansas,
forced resignation ,of Coroner Doran, of Goldfield emptied a
makes possible
When the men were discharged thv
who is visiting the
In a statement Dodrra snlri ha mnnt n dyeing In blue anddesign,
white.
Teller County; of the City Marshal, of crowd, but hit no one.
World's Fair, said today in regard to the v.cie uuvibeu 10 remain in the vicinity, kill his- wife and her companion because
une
Kyner.
applied
"Editor
of
the
resistent
is
Victor Record. report that striking Colorado miners were as the Portland mine
with a
Victor, of various Aldermen and Justices
would soon be nis wiie naa Deen untrue, and the woman throuEh the stencil, and tha matariai brush
said tonight he would get out his paper to be deported
th.i
into Kansas, that he knew working again, they were told, with a with her was responsible for leading his designed
of tho Poace in the district, the entire under
Ic thmim in
raststant
with
tha
military protection. He is publish.
nothing officially of the matter.
force of both union and nonunion men. wiie astray.
.official directory of the City of Goldfield, ing only a handbill now, to save his
a
blue
vat
removed.
when
The design Js
title.
"You may say, however," continued the as heretofore.
assault upon and demolition of the union but expects to have his plant repaired In Governor,
clear, there being no evidence of running
"that If the miners are coming
The camp is being deDomilatprt nf it
process
xne
coiors.
is
to
hall in Victor, forcible entrance Into tho two weeks.
similar
ROBBERS
Are
to Kansas as peaceful and
union labor, said James Baker,
It
work.
"Deputies today found another Infernal citizens,
four union
stores and de
Dr. W. Norton Davis
looking for employment, they will win taice it months to get over tho"and
blow."
machine
in the home of W. B. Easterly, be made welcome.
Two Men Save $8000, but Horses
structlon of the contents, destruction of
Many of the men were en routn tn th
No
Easterly
Altman.
could
at
not
Free
Fireworks
be
Chicago.
at
found.
"Should, on the other hand, a body of Eastern states to go to work In the mines
the Victor Daily Record by an armed
Are Shot From Under Them.
CHICAGO. June 11. The nrolaat inofi.
mob, invasion of Dunnvllie, outside the and it is supposed he Is in Denver. The lawless men seeK to invade Kansas, Kan
machine consisted of an electric battery sas wm take care of them. I believe mere.
JOHNSTOWN. Pa.. June 11.A
tuted bv the Chicaxro Amnsampnt a con- military lines, by an armed force under worked by means of a pumping apparatus.
attempt
ate
was
made this afternoon by elation for the celebration of a "sane"
we are able to enforce the laws of
Asks Rehearing for Moyer.
military command, arrest of men at their
"General Bell said tonight that a numiour masKea bandits to rob Superintendstate, and If the occasion arises we will
Fourth of July by subscription has been
DENVER, June 11. An aDDlication ent W. H. C. Ramsav
&onMox,
work and incarceration within the mill ber of miners had been decided on for de- do so.
formally abandoned at a meeting held for
Wo
treat successfully all private
portation,
tary lines. Hundreds of men confined in
but he would wait until the
Later Governor Bailey, after statlnc for a rehearing in the case of Charles Frank" Howard, of the Johnstown Water that nurnose. Tha funds raleo.l ir&n - nervous
and chronic diseases of men. also
unsanitary bullpens. forcible shutdown of committee bad finished Its work and send he had received no official notice of the H. Moyer, president of the Western company, or about JS00O in cash, which sufficient. The plan included free fire- blood, stomach,
liver, kidney and
all at one time. He also made the fol- action toward the deported men taken by Federation of Miners, who is a mintarv they were conveying to the new Dalton works by the children under the super- throat troubles. heart,
We cure SYPHILIS
the great Portland mine, employing union out
lowing statement.
(without metcury) to stay cured forever.
jjriauuer ut leuunae, ana whose peti Run dam. near this city, to nav ntr th vision Of aDDOintees Of the asonaloHr.
omciais,
ivnnsaa
said:
men, by order of the military command
30 to 60 days. We remove STRICTURE,
"I have Indisputable evidence la my posbelieve Sheriff Brady made a mistaltn tion tor release on a writ of. habeas 400 men employed there. The two men with physicians and the fire department In
without operation or ain. in fifteen days.
ant, on tho plea of military necessity, and session which will lead to the conviction in"Iturning
the
out of the state un- corpus was denied by the Supreme made a pluciy run for it and escaped, but near at iiu.nu.
We stop drains, the result of self abuse,
George
subsequent deportation of the men therein of a number of union men for the murder less they had miners
Fabyan.
Colonel
nresldant nf th
onri
committed some unlawful Court last Monday, was made bv At not until two norses bad haan Mll
We can restore the sexual
association, declared the nonnlo nt m,i immediately.
employed.
of the nonunion miners who were killed act. Doubtless he believed he had
vigor of any man under 50, by means of
good torney E. F. Richardson in the Supreme about 25 shots had been exchanged.
cago
were
Illiberal.
In
The
Independence
today.
peculiar to ourselves.
local
treatment
the
depot
directors
explosion.
Court
reason
his
In
doing
application,
'Concerning
for
asked
explosion
We
what
which
he did."
tho
Mr.
Richardson cites the 4th,5th, 6th and Hoodlums Attack Auto From Ambush ior ou.wv. ine amount euDsenbea slightGovernor Bailey stated to the Associ
wrorJccd the depot at Independence and have between 35 and 40 men in the bullpen
11 A WEEK
WE CURE GONORRHOEA
$6000.
ly
exceeded
who
will swing for
crime. We are only ated Press that he would return homo to. 14th amendments to the Constitution
n
killed 16 unfortunate
miners, waiting to capture this
NEW YORK. June 1L From an
two or three more men night. He said while he does not fear of the United States, and claims that
of this institute are all regThe
doctors
v
It need only be said a
shrubbery
Pari-wthe
in
alone Eastern
we tell what our evidence it."
any serious trouble he has decided to the decision of the court allows tha
ular graduates, have had many years exAttitude of Sultan Satisfactory.
r,
in tho employ of the before
Brooklyn, a gang of hoodlums has at- perience, have been known in Portland
return to his home state durfnir tha military arm of the Government to tacKea
"WASHINGTON. Juna 11 Tho
15 years, have a reputatlonto mainMlneownors' Association, had, a few Special Will
a
for
passing
automobile
by
driven
Moyer
hold
in
present
violation
phase of the Colorado minere
of the termsr Dr. H. L. Miller. Tha doctor's wlfa on
Take Them to Denver,
cablegram has been raaaivar? fmm
tain, and will undertake no case unless
days previously been released from cusof the Federal Constitution
certain cure can be effected.
SYRACUSE, Kan.. Juno 11. The 98 troubles.
tody nt the behest of the attorney for
Mrs. Gunderche. who occunied tha sant nt Admiral Chadwick, dated Tangier:
We guarantee a cure in every case wa
"The Minister of Foralr-- Arfni nr nx- - undertake
tne association, and that this same man deported Colorado miners are at Holly
her side, were badly hurt and it is feared
or charee no fee. Consultation
Deputies Return to District.
Advice of Attorney-Genera- l.
was observed going down Potts Canyon, tonight, just across the Colorado line.
airs. Ciunderche will not recover. Stones, rocco expects- - on June 11 to lay before free. Letters confidential.
Instructive
BOOK FOR MEN mailed free in plain
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. June 11
bricks and tin cans were showered on tha itaisuu wnat nas been proposed. The at- wrapper.
in the immediate vicinity of the wreck- They were notified tonight that a speTOPEKA. Kan.. June 1L A .teleCTara
titude Of the Moorish aiithnrltloo "I'JJTOtJ
onr.An.n
age only a short time after tho disas- cial train would be sent to take them was received at the Governor's office to The military and deputies who escorted party as they passed the ambush. Dr. to
It you cannot call at office, write for
be satisfactory."
The miners held a day from Sheriff John Brady, of Hamilton the 76 men to the Kansas line returned Miller's arm was paralyzed by a blow and
ter, and that the bloodhounds used, to all to Denver.
Question blank. Home treatment successmeeting tonight and discussed the sit- County, apprising the Governor
follow the trail of the criminal went diful.
of the to this city this evening and left at onm the machine collided with the curb. Both
women were thrown Into the driveway,
rectly to a house occupied by a 'detective uation with the officials of the Western coming of the deported Colorado miners for Cripple Creek.
Office hours 9 to 5. and 7 to 8. Sundays
They decided into Kansas. The dispatch was as folOne militiaman, speaking to the renra- - adding to the hurts they had already susin the employ of the Mlneowners' As- Federation of Miners.
and holidays. 10 to 12.
to
wait
tained. Several firemen who hatwnsd
instructions
from
the
sentatlve of the Associated Press, said:
officers of lows:
sociation, and was promptly called off.
near hy hastened to the rescue, but the
tho Federation in Denver as to their
This man stated under
"Special train, with 140 deported miners
dumped tbcm just over the line
W.
& Co.
Dr.
They are consider- from Cripple Creek, arrived at Coollden We fired six volleys at the side of the hoodlums escaped. Despite vigorous ac- Means loss
during the trial of the union miners who future movements.
ing the advisability of returning to at 10:30 P. M."
were accused of tho attempted
tracK and tney made their getaway. We tion by the doIIcc- attacks unon antomn.
No Instructions were asked for. but H. then boarded tho train, and started back blllsts In various sections' of the city are
that he and other detectives Cripple Creek, and have not decided
and is
Offices in Van Noy Hotel. 52 Third BL
did agree, for a money consideration, to about returning1 in a body. The Fed W. Brient, executive clerk in charge dur for Colorado, crossing the line a few min reported almost dally.
Corner Pine. Portland. Or.
Miners
eration of
has furnished the ing tne uovernor s absence in St. Louis. utes aiter.
pull spikes and wredc a train.
sick
men with sufficient money to pay their referred the matter to- the Attorney-GeStabbed to Death in Duel.
Photographs of Marked .Miners.
expenses at Holley, and there is no Im- erars omce tor advice. Acting
ness.
nis is
is
Troops Leave for Denver.
the
OGDEN, Utah, June 11. William E- "Photographs of marked miners re- mediate necessity for them to move to advice of that office, Mr. Brientonwired
was stabbed at the Hermitage, in serious.
Stone
best,
TRINIDAD, Colo., June 1L Maior TTfll
thing
ferred to by General Bell, whom, he another town. All tho miners were the Sheriff Brady that "The Attorney-GenerOgden Canyon, last evening, by Harry
alleges, were marked for death, must be guests of the Mayor of Holly at dlnuer advises no aggressiveness on your part." and his troop of SO soldiers, who hava Moss,
Our Improved
Treatdo is
and died this morning. Moss Is un
on duty in Las Animas County since
ment Is a decided and
regarded as an Invention of his own today.
is the opinion of the lawyers In the been
It
der arrest Participants In the fight,
23 last left at 10 o'clock tonitrht
March
Modadvance
distinct
in
Sheriff Brady, notwithstanding' in Attorney-General- 's
brain. The photographs. In .question are
and
office that Kansas has
the Rio Grande for Denver, on a spe which ended in the tragedy, assert that
ern Medical Science. It
tho&o of
and were kept structions from Topeka, kept his force no legal right to stop the deportation of via
Moss was the aggressor, but It is believed
LTUJIl.
revolutionized
cial
baa
tho
for the purpose of publishing a stab list of deputies at the state line until late miners Into this state. About the only
The rumor became current that Jxratnr that both men used knives, as Mos3 is
methods. We want
?Q
I older
this afternoon to prevent any of the thing the Kansas officials can do is to Hill's
with the pictures of the men accompanyVftAK
every Weak or Undevelwas bound for the Cripple suffering from a number of severe gashes.
ing their description, so that members miners from coming across.
The Col- exercise their persuasive powers to keep Creek command
.Moss took exception to a remark Stone Winch has
oped man to write for
district but this was danfart hthousands.
of organized labor all over the country orado authorities will ndt be allowed the train officials from dumping Oho men the military
our profusely illustrated,
officials.' All the'mlnes in this made to a companion, and the fight folon Kansas solL
would become thoroughly acquainted to dump their deported men into Ham
lowed.
sep
When
copyrighted book No. 23.
the
combatants
were
are running, an no further trouble
with these men who have committed ilton.
"Common sense would indicate that it county
arated, both men were covered with knife
It fully explains our reanticipated.
treason to themselves and to their
Is a very poor thing to dump destitute is
markable
and most sucwounds. Stone Is a son of L P. Stone, a
cessful Home Treatment.
Theso pictures are nothing
classes.
Peabody Sure They Won't Return. men on a small community to be fed,"
prominent citizen of Ogden.
quickly
restores lost
It
Soldiers
In
Payday
Attorney-Genermore than those havinc charge of the
Riot
Pestan-au1L When asked what said Assistant
DENVER,
Strength and Power.
strike in the district have publicly used he thought ofJune
NEW YORK, June 1L Pavdav at Fnrf
"I understand that these men have
Flavoring
Used with oar Improved
protest
by
and
Wlfebeater
of
Slain
tho
Daughter.
the
Kansas
but they would, have to be fed Ethan Allen resulted In another rint
for many months.
Soluble Medicated Cray- Sheriff against the intrusion of deported no money,
TOPEKA, Kan., June 11. A special to Spices are
Men Alone Can Bring On Strike.
Colorado miners. Governor Peabody said: Just the same, and that would be no easy among the soldiers, says a Times dispatch the State Journal from Norton,
to
apt
be
coarse
sparsely
Kan.
a
Burlington,
from"
matter
in
region
rettled
like
Errs
Vt It occurred
.Kansas cannot prevent a man from that in Western Kansas."
"Charges that miners are not allowed coming
a trolley-ca- r going from Wlnodskl abnM
to the says:
into the state, but may throw him
to voto on questional of striko are ut- out
A. C Jenkins, living six miles east of or weak; Schilling's Best are cures quickly where all else falls, losses.
post
From
some
unknown
cause
If
the
good
he
not
become
does
a
citizen.
Dralna,
"Weakness,
Seminal
Varicocele,
terly absurd. As a matter of fact, acmen got into a free fight The guards Norton, while beating his wife today, was
Wants Men Taken Further On.
as we did. But if those deported men
Premature Decay, Prostatitis,
cording to tho Constitution of the West- Just
daughter. as fine and strong as nature Stricture,
their revolvers and used them freely shot dead by his
etc-- "We have the best Home Treatment
are sent back to Colorado," the Governor
TOPEKA, Kan.. June U. Governor drew
no
was
ern Federation of Miners. It is absolutedoubt
insane, as he had
In the world and send it on 10 days trial
continued, "God help them I do not be- Bailey has notified his officers here that on the heads of the fighting; soldiers. The-ca- Jenkins
ly impossible for tho executive board to lieve,
and approval.
No C O. D. fraud scheme.
were broken and many, sol- often threatened to kill his whole family. affords.
that there are enough Con- he will be back from St Louis tomorrow dierswindows
book sent securely sealed free. "Wo
call a strike of Its own volition. The stableshowever,
were
Several,
men
hurt
have been
In Kansas to drive "them back to to take charge' of any develoDments thnf placed,
no
have
branch
offices and our improvepresent striko Is a result of a direct vote Cripple Creek."
Atyonr ureter!; tsautjiaek,
Bullfighter Is Released.
ments are not sold by others.
may. arise from the action from the Colo- - missing inon the guardhouse. Thirty were
rollcall.
ST. LOUISr June 1L After soinjr overj
HEALTH APPLIANCE COMPANY,
6 OTarrell St San Francisco, CaL
MINERS
KEEPS MINERS BACK
N REPLY
-
ELUDE
THE
POSSE
;
FOOE
ot
Federation Takes Up
Statement of Hamlin.
.
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bniknb.
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.
world-famo-
tesh
ot
.
dn-.-
-
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ot
jut
nt
one-doll- ar
ot
Q
one-ha-
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ot
ot
Makes Mm Vigorous
.
Herald-Democr-
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U.-F-
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delicately-constructe-
de-t-
brother-in--
t.
SAIN! PURE
SAINIPURE
ni
was-withi-
SAINIPURE
shoots
street.
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.
-
Sanitas Condensed
Gal-Hc- k,
-
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.
beaten off.
zinc-etchi-
IN A WEEK
nr
non-unio-
train-wrecke-
t..
No
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-
g,
-
Appetite
NoronDavis
of vitality, vigor
or tone,
often a pre
cursor of prostrating
why it
I
WEAK MEN CURED
The
you can
to take the
n-
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great, alterative
strike-breaker- s,
tonic
Hood's Sarsaparilla
cared
al
d.
extracts
100-pa-se
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