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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1905, Reno, Nevada                            RENO EVENING GAZETTE VrOL. LXX. RENO EVENING GAZETTE, RENO, NEVADA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1905. No. 17 NION OF BIG WATER AND LIGHT PLANTS HUNTER CREEK AND WASHOE GO'S. MERGED A DEAL involving the consolidation the Washoe Power and Development Company, the Hunter Creek Water Company, and the Wusmoe Deep Water Company, the latter a Sparks corporation, Is under way and there is no question about its being closed within a few daya. The Sparks, Humphrey. Kidman, Evans and Robinson interests, controlling the three corporations, are to be pooled, Hunter Creek Water is to be brought into Reno Imme- diately, thence taken to Sparks and run into the mains of the Deep Well Company; the tr, per cent rut of the Reno Power, Light and Water Company is to be met and all is to be managed by a central organization. Following the introduction of Richard Kit-man into the light as one of the heaviest stockholders in the lighting and the water com- pany, comes the news that Governor Sparks, who is now in Texas, Is disposing of his immense real estate holdings there in order to have sufficient capital to swing his end of the big deal. He is to retain control of hisr Hunter Creek stock and will continue to hold a large interest in the Wsishoe Company. DOESDAMAGE An Official Report Says That Two Russian Torpedo Boats "SVt- arc Just properly develop our said one of the most prominent members of the three companies, who declined to allow the use of Ills name, this morning. "As soon as Governor Sparks returns from Texas wt> will begin the extension of Hauler Creek j water mains to the city and the pletloi) of the reservoir. It will take at.j least to put the reservoir condition and will be spent in constructing the water system Into Reno. From Reno we will carry a main to Sparks where we will tap the s-'stem of the Deep Well Company, will be taken over. We will then meet Hit- 7G per cent cut In the lighting rate and we feel that we can Keep up the light as as nnvone else can." This is our he continued, 'and it will not miscarry. The Wash- o> stock, as you nutlet-stand, lias been pooled for six months ill order to pre- vent a consolidation with the Reno any consolidation with them. Now, fol- lowing this we will pool enough of the Washoe company stock to carry out the deal with the Hunter Creek I'ompany and the Deep Well Company, so there will be no chance for a slip. "There will be no trouble about (he finances. Richard Kirman has be- come heavily interested, taking over MO.OdO shares of stock that will be used in complete harmony with the I I in 1 hav; outlined. HP Is right in Stiarks with the others most heavily interested. Governor Sparks, too. will be able to throw a large amount of money into the deal as he intends to ivlease several thousand acres of Tex- H'-' laud for a large consideration. Humphrey Not Scared. John Humphrey is not worried about the threatened suit against him. Itf says nothing about the matter publication but hi." altorneys ad- vise him thut he is not liable on ac- count his failure to deliver a maloi- itv of the Wushoe stock to .Brown, companv and you might add right I Company. RUSSIANS NEAR According to an Unofficial Report About General Linevitch REGULARLY Strike of the Section Hands Does Not Affect Train Schedule STRENGTHENING FORCES MEN WILLING TO WORK i The Total Number of Men Is Estima-' It Is Claimed That Extra Gangs Num ted to Be Forerriost boring 1000 Men Who Are Not Mem the Tumen That the Lines of Communication Are Small. TOKIO, Aug. unofficial re- port has been received to the effect that General Llnevltch's first army Is disposed near Chungmumen, that the f-econd army holds the Fenghua-l-'a- Miienchlen line, and that the third ar- my occupies positions In the vicinity of Tuoma. Bodies of cavalry protect the extremities of either wing. bers of the Union, Will Not Go On Strike Now Prevailing. DENVER, Aug. strike o suction hands on the Denver and Rl Giande railroad, who are members c the International Brotherhood o Maintenance of Way Employes, whlc was inaugurated last evening, has no interfered in the least with the ontra tion of trains. According to reports received at th neiicr.il oftices oC the railroad in thi city today only about one-half of the AME TO CHUNG CHANG The Destroyers Fired Sixty Shots Sev- en of Which Hit the Port Side of the Engine Room, Killing the Cap- tain and a Boy. TOKIO, Aug. 8, 7 p. m- -It is offlclal- reported thai two Russian torpedo- boat destroyers appealed off Chung ;hing, on the northern coast of Korea, it 4.-IS o'clock this morning and at- tacked the Keisho, a small men-hunt steamer. The destroyers lirecl sixty shots, seven of which hit the port side of the engine room and bridge, killing Lhe captain and one buy and wound ng two'of the crew. The destroyers .hen ceased to lire and steamed to- ward Vladivostok at 5 o'clock. Keisho was able to continue on Her and escaped, SECOND DAY OFEXHQ5ES Commemoration of the Open- ing of St. Mays Ship Canal PROGRAM OF ADDRESS One of the Features of the Day Was the Address by Vioe-President Fair- Grounds Were Crowded With Thousands of People. SAULT S'L'K. MARIE, Mich., Aug. exercises in the government park here adjoining the ship canal made up the second day's program of the semi-centennial cele- bration of the opening of the St. Mary's ship canal, which connects Lake Superior with the loker lakes. The exercises took the form of a pro- gram of addresses, the feature of which was an address by Vlce-Presl dent C. W. Fairbanks. A concert by the Calumet and Hecla band at H o'clock opened the exercises. The park was well filled before the music begun and at Its conclusion the grounds were crowded with thousands of people. Arch-Deacon Lord of Sault Ste. Ma- He opened the exercises with an invo- cation, anil Hon. Charles S, Osborne of this city followed with an address in which In graceful words he made the Ihrungs welcome to the city. TRAIN WRECKED BY SPREAD RAILS J OHNSTOWN, Pa., Aug. morning train from Rcickwood to over the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, was wreck- ed today between Border and Foustwell, eight miles Irora this city. Miss Mabel Beech of Somerset, Pa., was fatally injured; Miss Kmma Vlckroy of Windber, Pa., received internal Injuries that may cause her death, and several others were so badly hurt that they had to be taken to the hospital, the injuries consisting bruises and broken bones. All the Injured are Pennsylvania people. Bxcept Miss Beech and Miss Vickroy none are fatally hurt. Owing to a brokn rail, the cars left the track, the engine uml ten- der remaining on the rails. Baggage car rolled down the long steep embankment, turning over and over and landed in the creek, stand- ing on the wheels. The smoker went only part way down the bank, turning over but once, and the following: coach did not go (ar from the tracks, helnp held tn place by a telegraph pole. A special train carrying physicians and nurses, brought the injured to this cltv INQUIRY STILL Naval Court of Inquiry on a Gunboat Disaster Still at Work WILL CREATE GOODJEELING Forth-coming Visit of British Fleet to the Baltic Sea [WITNESSES BEING HEARD'AID TO EDWARD'S DESIRE TAOiRT WAS VERY FOND OF BEER WOOSTEK, Ohio, Aug. With a request from Captain Taggart's attor- ney that tht- court order Mrs. Taggart to permit her husband to see their two 1m wife, declarim? that Rither was taking her to a resort In Newport. The witness .s.ild he never mentioned Rith- er'b o.iily morning call or UIP letter to Of Those Injured None of the Survi- vors Are Expected to day Eighteen of the Meri Were Dis- in Hospital. The Proposed Visit Was Known the German Foreign Office Months Ago and Suggestions Objections to It Were Unfounded. sons, the Taggart divorce hearing was his brother. .-esinned today. Judge Easton ruled Mr. Taggarl's alleged capacity for that bofii parlies had equal rights In I beer w.is given us live glasses at one Aug. forthcom- tic appears more thun likely to mark the beginning of more cordial ri'l.Uions between Germain" and Great Mritain. instead of. as Inn been sug- gcsli'd in .some quarters, adding to the friction now existing. The proposed vlsh to the Gei man foreign length of the inquiry is available. i "fhVe sn.gesiion that Of. the injured sen men remaining objections to il "HIV nil by Oer- I the military hospital, those still In! many ale unfounded. the most seiious c.imlltlon-MuHler H-'.iest George Prc-ttyman. secretary SAN DIEGO, Cal., Aug. na- val court ot inquiry into the Heiniing- ton disaster continues its see-ret ses- sions daily on hoard the llagship Chi- cago, It Is known testimony is still being heard and that no formal report has been made to the admiral, but no information as to the probable tin- though they were poraiily under the mother's care. will recover, tern-1 sitting, when the witness described a" imt i drinking bout between TaRgart and i so that nun there may he no further The Ill-it Howard Tag-girt, brother of the plaintiff, said he lived with the TaBBHi-ls at Fort Thomas, Ky., from ISPS lo ISDN, lie described] the V. Ire of another officer at Fort Thomas. The contest for the cham- pionship of the garrison the witness said, ami the visit of Lieutenant Tilt her to the) b-v oncers. contestants were backed Taggart told him af- Taggart house, where he had an Inter- view with Mrs. T.ig-garl in the parlor at 1.30 a. m., while Captain Taggart. was away. The witness discovered Rithei's presence, he said, and the lat- ter hurried away and did not call again. A week later Mrs. Taggnrt handed the witness fin anonymous letter ask- ing him if he knew the writing. The letter advised the caplain to watch BOY MURDERER terwards the witness said, opponent won the match. to Mrs. that her drinking Taggart's additions to the death list. Yesterday eighteen of the men were discharged and there are now only thirty-live 111 the hospital. Hospital Surgeon Klieod- ler speaks in terms oC praise of civil- ians who have assisted In the care of Injured men. nine goblets of b five. j Howard Taggart also testified that his .sister-in-law drank habitually with the officers and prided herself on tak- ing her whiskey straight, laughing1 lit; the men for using water with it. The I captain, the witnes said, objected to) hi.s wife giving their sons beer. i CONFESSES OAKLAND. Cal.. Aug. WILL INVEST It Is reported that the Russians are! regular force of 2000 traa.cmen have gradually strengthening the forces I null work and It is said the places of the strikers will be Immediately filled of the Tumen river in Northern u 1 with new men No difficulty will oe Korea. The total number of men is lt ls as extra gangs numbering 1000 men who are estimated at The force north of the Tumen allege the lines of com municatlon are said to be small not members of the union and will not strike are now working on the road. PASSENGER TRAIN JPROGRESS OF IN COLLISION YELLOW FEVER I Pembroke, one of a trio of boys, who says: are under arrest charged with the murder of T, W. Cook, has made a full confession, n his cell today, the 16- year-old boy broke down and told Sheriff Barnett the full story of the crime. Three boys, all under 17 years of MANY MILLIONS PORTLAND, Aug. The TRAIN WRECK NEAR PASADENA Caused by Dirt Piled on the K. H. Harriman -will spend 010 in railroad building in the spates of Oregon, Washington and Idaho within the next year. With the oiB- cial announcement of the fact that! the Southern Pacific is preparing: to, armed with bludgeons of lead pipe. PIiBASANT HILL; MO., Aug. cal passenger train No. 27 Jue here at a. m., was wrecked near the coal chutes this afternoon, mortally injuring Engineer Frank C. Berry of Sedalia, and painfully injuring Fire- man Raymond of the same place. Engineer Berry, in charge of a switch engine, was doing some switch- ing in the yards and pulled out on the main line when he discovered the passenger 'train coining around the curve at the rate of 35 miles an hour. He was unable to get control. of hla NKW ORLEANS, Aug. ed oases are considered responsible for the heavy mortality among the Italians who have falen victims to yellow fever. Milk Is princlpaldlet. engine in tfme to avoid a head-on col- lision and the two engines struck with tremendous force leaving them a com- plete wreck. All the cars left the track except one coach but aside from a good shaking Up, none of the passengers -were in- jurad: The track was torn for a dis- tance of 300 feet. dealt him a stunning blow with the pipe Cook fell and Pembroke ran from the scene of the crime, his maKer, to complete the robbery. Pern- broke exonerates Crowhurst, another portly bby Messrs. Hill and Track by the Workmen BUMPS ALONG THE TIES George Luce, the Engineer, Attempts to Jump and Is Be- comes Caught Between the tender and the engine, Causing Great Pain, j PASADENA, Cal., Aug. Fej Bay, Roseburg and Eastern road, j djno and Redlands, was wrecked with- in a few hundred yards of the station in this city at 10 o'clock this morning. Two persons were injured Dirt piled on the track at Union street by workmen grading the street caused the engine to leave the track. It bumped along on the ties the length to the admiralty, today, in reply to questions, said definitely no pro- tests regarding the visit of the fleet hud heeii r.-ceivcd. Frlemlly comment on lhe pending cruise from German I'.allic porls creates Ihe 'iplicf that it will help along King desire ['or good relations betwo'-n Germany and Great Hritain. COMPLAINS OE THEJ1NONA Governor Blanchard Says It Is Not Helping Quarantine REPLY OF SECT. SHAW Hill, it is stated, Harriman will spend In construction, included In which will be the cost of the Dual road ng between Biparia and Grange- the cost of which is shouldered of the suspects. The Japanese Loan. NEW YORK, Aug. of 5 per cent due on the latest Japan Mrs Chadwick Again. of the train struck a telegraph pole and rolled over into the ditch, carry- ing the tender with it. The mall car _____ j also left the track, but remaine-J on _ i its trucks. CLEVELAND, Aug. S.-Credltors of engme wgnt mto the Mrs. Cassie L. Chadwick will receive dltell lt fen toward the engineer's side of 5 per cent due on tne latest Japan-I -virs. uassie J-.. ditch it feu toward me engiucci ese loan was paid today. In a great i a total dividend of about seven mills and George Luce, the engineer, who _. attemted to jump, was caught by the The Revenue Cutter Has Been De- tailed to Assist in the Quarantine and Secretary Shaw Wants to Violations. WASHINGTON, Aug. ,iw has received a telegram from Governor Blanchard Louisiana complaining of the action of the reve- nue cutter Winona In connection with the quarantine established by the state of Mississippi and today sent the following reply: "As authorized by law, revenue cut- ter Winona has been detailed to assist public health and hospital service in maintenance of quarantine establish- ed by the state of Mississippi. The state of Mississippi having establish- ed quarantine, please advise if in your opinion, the act of confess approved February 15, 1803, has been violated, and if so, wherein." number of instances, subscribers availed themselves of the privilege rendered by the .-managing syndicate to pay the full amount of their sub- scriptions. on the dollar when the matter Is flnal: j attempted Jo was aauglrt by the ly settled. Net assets will amount to] about agaitisl in- and he was able to stand upon it. For more than 39 minutes, while a of men were attempting to jack the engine up and extricate him. he stood watching them at their work and di- recting them. Toward the last the INFAVSPAPERf lEWSPAPERf   

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