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Basin Republican (Newspaper) - May 24, 1905, Basin, Wyoming MAY' 17 JUNE JULY Vol. 1. COOP SKIPS dHclni ttam CoakMafry iiakhu up i Hour ofgolngto.-pi'ffa no afcount ,of to tight. The ateumstenees attending the af- fair Socks rather shady. Fuller has for! the-past three months been employed J by Mr; iGook bar tender in MB saloon j had mafie many friends. taking leave he received a check t H. Sahin Shell sreek for poSit to Mr. Sabin's account, also a fine gpld watch, a present to Mr. Sabin' iby Colsnel Torrey, which money could not have purchased from him of which he was very particular. The watch sent in for repairs and -the check if or'deposit, have both disappeared with 'Puller. j A reward has Jbeejs offered for his .ap-; prehensibn and the telephone tele-: graph lines have been kept busy. i Besides the firie team, buggy, and Jiarness .Mr. Cook lost spins jn rnoney which the srithl him. I Among his effects bitoiiJ are keys from as many different t Jiotejs and bilb from tailprsijltindlords, whjch rsits the genyeman in ai K' 1 "It lips "beeji north and the supositiqu.js that be wttl be taken irf'Montan8'.as theoffjcetj! have been notified snA it-is fceleised to be only a question of a few days pntil iie-will be captured.. Woods editor of the Billion Doable- Double Jack, will moveliis plant .to Cheyenne ..and will issue mining journal. Washingwm, D. C., May BO. -Paul .M o.r ton, secretary .of the n av y ;desires to leave public life as soon as possible, and by July 1 he will iave re- linquished his position. Miles City, Mont. May 22. -The Jiighest price received for .-a Wool clip in twenty-five years is reported here. Hunter Anderson sold pounds to-Silverton Bros, of Chicago for 26 cents per pound. Within the past two days aorefoiof rich Jead carrying eighty .ounces of silver and a vein of zinc, believed to be very high grade, haa been discovered east of iaramie in the Laramie mountains. Miners broke through the wall, of the mine in the same mountain, .re- vealing a large body of grade .co_p- jpJW.ore. After jive months Of test -the igre.at .aeaial tramway from the, Ferris-Hag- mine to thfl Works ,at Encampment, sixteen rnijija.frlength, has commenced its labors of bringing down ore7 The mill will begin opera- tions in a" few dajw, by vTOr.riewJyJin- Austrian ;ihe aiexoJM JMI has-been testfd.and OF Emperor NieholasMjirthday eelejjrat- at St. Petersburg, Russia. Sunday. 'Eighteen people wore injure4-foy a railroad ivreck.iri.lhe Indian Territory last Saturday. and wife of Udall, Kan- sas.were-lmmed to death -by a lamp explosion vonthe 17th. "Christiana, Marchioness, of Waterford, i -mother (tf Vice- Admiral J-ord Charles Beres-' fprd, died Saturday, has appointed Frederick Kfo- of Brooklyn, New York, to the cormuk of Zanzibar. :Mrs. .Alice Stocham of Chicago -was re- cently indicted on the charge of using the mails for unmailable matter. rtiram Pronk, the last survivor of the war lSi2 who recently died, New on Wednesday last Thtiintep-natiosol yacht racerfor the KaU Wffliam .cup was started across .the At- lantic at last Wednesday. f in Paris, Mrs. Pot- :teriPalnxer is .bankrupt Shevwent Srokein on MfClure, .-a tropper steSaqed at PesMoines, Iowa, was sentenced '-to serve for forgwy; recently. r -.George Borvri, St. Paul, Minnesota, vowel ioat jporrtaining an injured companion se ver> teen miles and saved his life, last Saturday; It is reported from 'Belgrade, Atbinians have svrronnded the town of own wedding in a "tlack marie" recently. It is stated that 50Q people assembled to -ivateh the wedding procession. Emperor Nicholas -has -raised Bishop Tik- ho'n of thy diocese of the Aleution islands -and America to the rank at in consideration of his distinguished services and In a street holdup at New York, JoSana Preferrs the sixteen-year-old daughter of a tailor, put to Bight a thug. She sack containing came out of rnelee -with the goods. "j.iGaptainClad-ofSt. Petersburg, Russia, still ignoreathc order tt submit sllartielee for pub- JUs -and it that executive offiter of the arm- cancelled. t the TeimiitfrM' .ftrtkm that dtftropttt '.fry Joint tonight and dtcltiett to The' cpiripanieg -were the oftly element of the Employers' association which held off from giving any conces- sions whatevej, .the other employers- having promised to take backfuch.mee as they had worn far. This was the day of the strike, which started from a small cause and has .had such disastrous effect, both to 'the way of voiience and damage to commerical 'interests. On September .la, nineteen garment -workers in the Montgomery Ward Company -mail order house struck because, they claimed, the firm seitUjng VoHenee 'began with the sttefnUt of Montgomery Sard Company tp send out wagons, -and became steadily worse until ten persons had been killed and 250 injured. Thirty-three hundred police have been kept on dutyf }p the business part of .the city. The sheriff employs nenrJjrJ.OOO spec- ial deputies and it is estimated that the extra c6et.jtp the city of the unjens, nave ibeehaaseesed Mr. rSbeasays: "We are not v And the enjl fajurt yet! STATE ..NEWS. S6; thou- uV" eve- His funeral at by hundreds of peofUe the .of and by all those "MormoM or Mrs. H. E. tee, Captain Lee of the EBeventh infantry, idied afcFort j D. A, Russell on the morning of theJZOth. Frank Stover, fifty years of 1 age, employed in digging a well near Thermopolis was killed by the caving in of a--wqll in .which he was working on the morning of the 2J.. Superintendent of ming division .announced .the following promotions the Union Pacific. J. gurtpn from Chey- enne to Council Bluffs, lOTafE. iah from "W. EramoM from Rawlins to'Larantie and E. C. Wrights from fianna to Bawling. In ihe federal .court this morning verdict .for was retarned.for the jllajntiff case pf Sheep Company vs the 'Union 'TRcttp railway. claiming that-failure of the defendant to supply -cats sldtmpit of sheep at Eawlinsxjn November it lost.an amount equal to that.sum. The engageraen of of Alyin J. .Mather of Cheyenne; and Miss Lydia Lampey of Denver, Is announced. Mr. jMather is private secretary to Goveraot B. 'B. Brooks and a resident of Buffalo. Hiss Jjampey ia thjejltubghter of Mr. sind Mrs, G. Miss Lampey Is one of mem- bers of younger social sefij She is of the High
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