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I MO 111 tot indictments indictmentsi
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applying l1 m fund tUD4II
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T IIi ii > iirmv dIsagree dUHfrreeof dl llLTee llLTeeI
I of tin tll Philip Philipt
t M I by The press pressihlnr pre preI preePthIng
thIng I hln seems to toItating 10j totatlng
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inplved I j yed informs informsM
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of Iah Craze has hasi ha hahrl beeIre
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nut Ulh h Importance ImportancethiM Im lortance
thiM 1 develop developi
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It < h lriaUo1 f Uoi IrJp t ro o oiPteg
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ulan arS and 33000 OIUIIII olum i II iiy iiyof JII July 1 1or Ior
or next ytur tur ur all tu Ih8 < ge Vuluflh ulunitori erg taU tAVhuve taUhave zSit zSithave
have be been n dl dIehargU ohntK > a from the RAfVta RAfVtaiind I rntiYtaeand m mnd
and nd the entire rc rulur uiur army on dut dutIn dutIn duty dutyIn
In the United Stat Stats and the Island Islandmuit IIIlandtmUll Ielandgmud
mUll be reduced tu 7 iOW ow Allowing il ilthousand sir sirthoucand Ix Ixthouland
thousand regulura reula ror duty In the Unit United UnIted United
ed Static Porto RIo Alaska and Ii Iiwall IfU l1wall
wall U at least 43000 men must b bbrought be bebroulIt bebrought
brought home from the th Philippine be before Ittore before
fore the end of the th next fltcal ftte1WIth year veaiWith yearWith
With the preaent ouan o < l1n trangport soil facllItles cI1lUll soilitlee
lUll neglecting ihartered tram tramIteamere tramp trampiteameri
Iteamere which are hardly fit to carr carrtnulei carry catITmulti carrymule
multi and forage it will take at least leaiIx I IIlx leastclx
Ilx Ix monthi to return and discharge dl8char th thnumber the thenumber thenumber
number of men essentIal n entla1 to reduae redu th tharmy tbe tbearm thaarmy
arm army to Ita authorized strength It I Ideclared II IIdtelN4 Isdeclared
declared to be out of the question to a atemPt attempt at attempt
tempt any n reduction of the force In th thPhilippine the tbePhtlJppln thePhilIppines
Philippine Joat now when aa a matter matteof matterot
t
of fact many mn operation have been In Ineffoftttve Inff Inffcdtlve
effoftttve ff tlve for lack of force and It I Ifeared II IIfeared Sfeared
feared that when reduction begin Ii IiNovember In InNovembtor InNovember
November the tll departure of troopa wll wllhave will willhave wIllhave
have a dIsastrous effect by b giving vln en eneouragement enoursgemeflt n neouratlmebt
eouragement to Tagal leaden leadenBut leadertBut leadena
a But tide ti I nothing compared to th thganger the theanger
anger of protracted debate over th thpropoaed titprop0 the theproposed
proposed 4 permanent Increase In th thnext the theext thenest
next ext eeeilon Ion of Congress Con Little caibe cai c1fbe eatTbe
be expected In the way W of such leglila leglilatlon 11111atlon legIelatlon
tlon In December tit r January am amprominent and andpromhlrtlt andprominent
prominent officer frankly declare lIecl that thathe thatthe thatthe
the matter ilioulfl be icttled ttled thli turn turnmer summen umm umHERESA
men merHERESASAMPLEPREACHEH m menHERESA
HERESASAMPLEPREACHEH HERESASAMPLEPREACHEHPrwbjftwian HERESA SAMPLE PREACHER PREACHERPrbyterian PREACHERPresbytrlan
Prwbjftwian Tell Some Awful FslieHoodi FslieHoodiAbout rlsehoodAbout FalseltcodtAbout
About Utih UtihIfAlllIU UtihIr
IfAlllIU Ir tlI 11111 liii Neriiion U I Mile That It Itef h htJlIflrth IIViiVtlnttI
tJlIflrth ef Itellolllo Iol IolloV Iullue ul ulJuw
loV bIUII inttii Wvll WvllBt tttilt II II8t
Bt t Uuls May 1IIa ITThs PresbyterIan PrtIbterlaeaeral PresbyterIanenerel Prnbyterlsrgeneral
general assembly lDI mbly ly vet l t her h today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The Rev Re Dr Robert P BanDle 01 the thiretiring thefeUrl thefetirini
retiring feUrl moderator outlines the priv privileges prtvlIel81 prvliege ¬
liege and n4 duties duU of th the church Ills Hlispeech 111tpeech Illsspeech
speech was in art as follows followsSpeak 111I0wspeak followSpask
Speak unto the children of Israel Israelthat lIra1tht Israelthat
that they tbo go 0 forward Bsodus lh odUI tv 11 IfMooes 1111011I 11Moses
Moses waved his mysterious rod over overthe OYerthe overthe
the sea and down the long Ion line of Isra Isral leratl luraCl
tl l sent the divine command For Forward Forward rorward ¬
ward Israel obeyed and having de descended ct cttcende4 tiecended ¬
scended the th shelving hel beach the waters watersdivided wttrtdIvIded watersdivIded
divided as a they went on onThus onTbu onThu
Thus God triumphed gloriously and andthe aadtbe andthe
the pursuing hosts of o Pharaoh horse horseand hOllend horseand
and nd rider alike wore overthrown In the thesea tbeand thesea
sea and Israel saw w their enemies no nomore nomore nomore
more The typical scene of the text textsuggests tutqII textsuggests
suggests qII our duty dut and nd God through throughHis throurhHit
His work and n4 words and girdling < prov providences proVoIdene provIdencee ¬
idences bid us u go 0 on to the tb worlds worldsconquest worldsconquect ortd ortdconqu
conquest conqu lt and nd Messiahs glorious reign reignProtestant rellnProtetnt reIgnProtestant
Protestant Christianity has planted It Itself IIlelf Itedt
self under the eaves eav of the tb Madeleine Madeleineand adelelMnd
and nd Notre Dame In Paris and entered enteredmany tntfte4mny enteredmany
many of the clUe of Prance In Rill Russia RillIa fleecia ¬
cia Ia religious toleration baa h been greatly greatlyextended IrHtlyutlnde4 greatlyextended
extended and Proteatant churches have havebeen hveblen havebeen
been erected In St Petersburg near by bySt b bIt byt
St t Isaacs cathedral Protestantism Protestantismbuilds
builds Its It sanctuaries In Rome and nd the theBible theBlbll theRIble
Bible house on the Cone looks across acrossthe acro acrotbe scrothe
the Tiber on the toward of St Peter Peterand Petend Peterand
and nd Vatican In Spain liberty libert of wor worship worhlp or orIp ¬
ship Ip has found a pace In South SouthAmerica SouthAmerica SouthAmerica
America In the tb old homes of the tb As Astecs AIttC Astee
tee tecs in Madagascar and nd the once paganIslands pagan paganislands papn1IIInd
islands of the Pacific the truth has hasbeen bubeen hubeen
been Joyfully received receivedTo
To limit our view to the last decade decadewe
we observe this significant fact that thatduring thatdurin thatduring
during the year KM In which th thchurch the thehureh thechurch
church was w occupied with two Import Important ¬
ant nt ecclesiastics trials there the occurred occurredthe
the greatest atllt number of additions on onconfession oncuatlon onconfession
confession of faith fait In the entire history historyof
of the denomination Th lbs year fol folowln Col10lng folSowing
Sowing owln publicity having been given to todoctrinal to400t110 todoctrinal
doctrinal rUbJlelt1 errors and confidence oe In the theessentials thenenUall theessentials
essentials of Christianity have been beenweakened btetwkened beeflweikenpd
weakened there set t In a period of ofspiritual ofIlrlto ofaplr1tua
spiritual Ilrlto decline Tet the net increases increasesof Incr IncroC
of our church In 18W 1S was w about tOOO tOOOthat 5000that 000 000tllat
that of the Congregational ConlttptlonRlllartcb ehwch being beingabout belnrahOut beingatut
about 2400 tloo whIlst the Methodist BpI Rplsropal Cplrop1 BpItopal
ropal church North had a net loss 10 of
1700 1 In later year In a great t majority majoritynf
nf the Christian denomination there therehas thereh therehas
has h been so far as a Indicated by b eon conversions eonfTlnn eonversions ¬
versions a marked religious rfl ou decline declineand declIneand ecllneand
and for this condition some general generalnot IIral IIralnot
not local cause mu mut t tx > assigned assignedThe psignedThe nt ntThe
The problem of the city The oen oentrallsnMon oentrallnHon aentralIsnilon
trallsnMon of population rapidly ad advancing advanclng d dyanclllit ¬
vancing has been a marked feature of ofthis ofIhl ofthis
this country One hundred year ago 0 3 3per 3per 3per
per cent of our population J1O ulatlon was urban urbannow urbannoW urbannow
I Iulale
now 80 per cent Vice Is I ure to slim stlnvplate slimplate tlm
plate vlo and nd crime begets crime crimeHere crImeHerf crimehere
Here te fine fin general moral corruption corruptionthe
the tli Idolatry of wraith devotion to sin sinful slittel In Intol ¬
tel pleasure wickedness In high places placesthe placltth placesthe
the th beintlinemi uf < > f O tll t ii impurity doe closeted dOlIeted doeeted ¬
eted skeleton of virtue every shame shamelea shameless hameI
lea I form of Iniquity and absolute In Indifference IndlftlrenCl Indifference ¬
difference to all no woe save p its own ownThe 01111The ownThe
The problem of Intemperance most ap appalling appalling p ppaUln ¬
palling In great eat cItIes still waits a so solution 10lullon solutlon ¬
lution LUjuor Interests dominate leg legislature I I1lalur leglslatures ¬
islature corrupt courts bribe execu executives 1tetUtlve executlvee ¬
tives debauch bauch rulers desecrate the theSabbath theabbath theSabbath
Sabbath and turn many n away from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the house hou of prayer Just Ju t now the thetraffic thetratlle thetratlic
traffic In Intoxicants as In Manila Ha Havana Havan Havans ¬
vans van Porto Rlro and Alaska misrep misrepresents mlnpruentl mlsreprepente ¬
resents Christian civilisation and sets setsthe 1111tht setthe
the worlds salvation far down own th thyears tl1ytlrt the theyesra
years yearsAnother ytlrtAnolher yesraAnother
Another problem demands notation notationThe RIIUtioflTh solutloitThe
The most thoroughly organised hier hierarchy hlerrchy hierarehy ¬
archy In the world Rome excepted excepteilhide ulptedhid exceptedhides
hide among the mountain ranges of ofUtah otUlab ofUtah
Utah builds Its harem In secluded secludedvslleyr 1eludtdvellef secludedvulleyf
vslleyr defies the government which whichwould whichwould hlehwoul1t
would suppress Its It I crimp rim PI seeks to teestablish totIIlabUlb toestabllh
establish an empire of lt Itl own and andsends andit andsends
sends it nd Its mUslonarle throughout the thecivilised tteclvlll theclvlliecd
civilised clvlll d world orld to delude the Ignorant lirnorantand
and entrap the tb unwary Thin Is I Satan Satansmasterpiece BatllnmterpltCe Satanmastrplece
masterpiece and nd one of the darkest darkestbiota darkestblotll darkestblot
biota on civilisation the ages hare hareknown hanknown haveknown
known knownAnother knownAnother knownAnother
Another problem Yonder It lies lIe In Inour Inour Inour
our beautiful southland It Is a con condition condltloQ condItlon ¬
dition for which generations gone one and andourselves andIIurelvtl andrurselve
ourselves are ar responsible repon lblf Klfht mil million mullotis ¬
lion of our population belong to the thecolored thpco10te4 thecolored
colored race 10 0 per cent of whom have havefceon hlpbecn havebeen
been born since slavery rpa teas1 aIt oi to ex exist exIt CXst ¬
ist st A stupendous enigma confronts confrontsus ronfronIII
us Pstrlotlsm philanthropy and andpiety andpll andpiety
piety pll demand action and raise the IInr IInrIoUI anrions nx nxions
ions question What shall Iba II be done doneThere 11onlTberl doneThere
There Is I a philosophy nocelled Hellpr1IIHftIlaly a aseemingly aseemiegly
seemingly misguided reaction from ma materlaHim mitrlaHlm materlalfem
terlaHim It denies a persons God an anIncarnate antncat anIncarsate
Incarnate Christ a Savior fom pin ln It ItIs ItI Itis
Is I largely a revival on ancient gnos gnosticism motlcism nol nolUclm ¬
ticism It Is I gaining ground with an analarming analmlln analarming
alarming rapidity and Is I wrecking wreckingsouls 1rerklnlIOtlle wrecklnsouls
souls homes hom and communities nvei nveiwhich 01wbleh Ottwhich
which one fell the light of happiness happinessand hRwlneand
and peace peaceThe ppateTh
The Th Increasing desecration of ° f the theLords thpl theLords
Lords l rf1 day presents a serious erlou prnMm prnMmPtllU prohlmtIIl prnhlmStill
Still another problem II assorlued assorluedwith UIOI associtpdwith lpi lpilth
with lth the rationalism of the age It Itthreatens Itthretlen Itiii
threatens iii eni th the foundations of pnhltc pnhltcmorality Jluhllrmollllt piUlIcma
morality ma ity and of all n saving truth Wher Wherever WhplIt thereven ¬
ever It It extends eft religions experlrnr experlrnrlose tXplrlllIrIotIeI Xperienrleaes
lose In depth and In power revlvnN revlvnNart rvIvatare 101 101a
art a few or unknown worldllneu In Innrae InaII Increases
creases symbolism gains ground and andformal andfQmal andformal
formal ceremonies Impair spiritual spiritualworship plritullin plrltualwershIp
worship
Again n we cannot detach tah ourselves ourielveafrom ourJehlstrem ourselvesfrom
from existing social conditions conditionsConcentration condltlonlon condItionsConcentration
Concentration on PntretOft of force II required by bythe byth bythe
the th exigencies ml of our age The exist existeno exltMlOf exIstPnOe
eno of denomination Is I not to be con condemned eonlpmird nnmftfld ¬
demned mftfld They y mar ma conserve truth truthThe trtlthTh truthThe
Th The church when an organic unit be bename btIam becaine
name corrupt Churches of the sam samfaith lAmeflth rainsfaith <
faith and notify should be united L vt Letup t tu
1111 u maintain this conviction In the fare faref faeuf faceDr
uf f every difficulty and IIn discouragement discouragementand
a1 and go forward in n hope btJlti bpep
w w w wLIVEn
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Good Pills
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BEEGWS BE FILLS PILLSt
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TOO LATE TO TOSAVE TOSAVE TOSAVE
SAVE HIS LIFE LIFENews LIFENews
News of ofGood Good Fortune toH to H Thale ThaleArrives TholeArrIves ThaloArrives
Arrives as He Falls to His Death DeathSLIPS DeathSMPS Death1SLIPS
SLIPS PROM SCAFFOLDING SCAFFOLDINGJiut U UJut
Jut ii He ii Ho Wits S IloUrd Up Dfiul IItn IItnLerllilue n nLawyer aLecrtuIue
Lawyer Lerllilue fume to SlAY Sit He had Inher Inherited IllhorIItd IuiiiorIted ¬
ited a Ioriune creiOUOOO creiOUOOOEarly utlOtOOOfjy f 1100000Barlr
Early Dispatches OltpatcbeilChicago DlspatcbesCblco DispatchesChicago
Chicago Mar ra 17 11Wbl1e While a lawyer lawyerwho Iwerbo lawyerWho
who bo had come from Colorado was waihunting WUbunUIII washunting
hunting yesterday for Henry ThaI an anIron anlroa anIron
Iron worker who had been employed on onthe onIbe onthe
the Western Electric betiding to in inform InCorm inform ¬
form him that be had fallen heir to the theproperty theproperl theproperty
property of an uncle who bad died In InColorado InColorado inColorado
Colorado leaving ley the Iron worker an aneatate antt anestate
estate tt valued ValU at tloeOOO I0G 100000 the tb mangled mangledbody manledod mangledbody
body od of the h beneficiary was being tak taken tak1ft taken ¬
en to the couaty morgue In a patrol patrolwagon patrolwqon patrolwagon
wagon Thale and W C Keitler a fel fellowworknan fellowworleman tellowworkman
lowworknan were w on a scaffold scaffoldiwuns scaffoldswung CilloidIun
swung Iun between tw WIngs fl of the building bulldl
78 feet from the tb ground The men bad badjuet badjUlt hadjust
just lifted a heavy V1 piece of iron and andwere andwere pd pdwert
were carrying their burden across a aplank IIplaale aplank
plank Joining two of the swinging wlnlnllOt wlnlnllOtColdt scat acaffoldi scatfolds
folds when Thale lot his footing footingWith toulnlWltb toutingWith
With a cry which caused Ke Kettler KettlerwhOll Kestlerwhop tler tlerwhoM
whoM back waa wutovsrd toward Thale to drop drophli drophi drophIs
hIs hi end of tb the Iron It q and clutch the rope ropeivf ropeIII
vf the swaying In platform ThaI plunged plungedto
to hi his death Whin the unfortunate unfortunatemani utortunamaD
maD body bod was picked up p by workmen workmenwho orkmenwho
who had heard the cry and rushed to tothe totbe tothe
the scene life wai extinct extinctJuit etUntJut extinctJust
Jut ai a willing wll1ln hand lifted the man mangled titangled ¬
gled 14 body bod Into a waiting patrol wagon wagona
a tall atranger puttied his way w through throughthe tbrouhthe
the little knot of workmen workmenCan
Can any nr one tell me It Henry HenryThale nenrThle JlenrPhale
Thale works here he Inquired InquiredOne
One On of the workmen pointed to the theform lb lbCorm theform
form being lifted Into the patrol wag wagon w woa wagOs ¬
on onThati That him he h saId Id a II he h doffed dottedhli doffedhll doffedhis
his hat hatThe htThe hatThe
The atrancer lt r showed considerable conilderabletellnff couldrabletMlln considerablefeeling
feeling tMlln aa he asked question In order orderto
to be certain regarding rdln Thalei Thai Identity IdentityHe IdenUtHe
He then told the men that he had come cometo comto
to tell the workman of the fortune fortuneawaltln tort fortuneawaItIng un unawaltln
awaltln him himThale blmThale hImThaI
Thale bad been employed on 0 the thebuilding Olebulldlq thebuildIng
building only three th weeks He n has b tel rtlatlvei telatives 1 1atlve
atlvei In Helena Montana and Johns Johnitown Jobnttown Johnstown
town XIo XIoHOPICriKSShV 1101IOlICfJCSSIy MouoiicricsstY
HOPICriKSShV IWAIHOCKRI IWAIHOCKRISettlement lI0tDI1OClCI1Scttloniont Ho1HOClOmSettlomont
Settlement or Mnolilnliu Strike StrikeBooms Alrlko8001M I4trlkoBoolnO
Booms 1nrtlior on Than liver IOvorNew liverNew 1vorNew
New York May Ma 17U I 11 feared that thatthe tbtthe thatthe
the arbitration committee of the thetional Na National N Ntlonal ¬
tional Metal Ial Trade association oclatlon and of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the International Aaaoclatlon A of Ma Machlnlati i ichlnlt Machinlstu
chlnlati who have been In aeeelon Ion for fornearly torIlerlr fornearly
nearly a week are nopeleaaly dead deadlocked deadlock deadlocked ¬
locked lockedMuch lock lockedMuch
lockMuch
Much depend upon reaching an amlc amlcable alnlcable amicable
able adjustment especially to manu manufacturers mnufaclurert menufacturars ¬
facturers and nd machinists in the West WestUnless WtU1I1 West1iiIess
Unless U1I1 matters are adjusted the coun country counIT coontry ¬
try IT will witness one Ob of the most setIons setIonsdisputes aexiousdisputes 110 110dlputll
disputes between capital and nd labor that thathas tbth thathas
has h been seen In yean yeanA
A member of the National Meta MetaTrade Ml1Trudel MetalTrudei
Trade association who declined to topermit tormtt topertilt
permit rmtt the use of Ills III name said saidI
I am discouraged A few minutes minutesago mInuteIto
ago I believed a satisfactory tlttctor settlement settlemenIn
In sight Now everything has gone l b btb by bythe > y ythe
the tb board The Th demands made by th thInternational the tbeInterntlon1 theInternatIonal
International Association of MachInists MachinlstBconstitute MachInistsconstitute > 01lInlt8 01lInlt8conmut
constitute the toughest proposition the themanufacturers tbemnutactultll themanufacturers
manufacturers of the country eve evewent nrnt everwent
went nt up against Int I dont believe now nowthat nowth nowthat
that th there Is much chance for a settle settleroent settleInent Ule Ulemnt
roent I think the best thing tllln we w can cando cando cando
do Is to present our side Id of the ques question qUtlllion queLIon ¬
lion In an address to the th people peopleNo peoPlINo
No member of their committee would wouldgive wouldIIv wouldgive
give any IIn Information relative to the thepoints theolnt thepoInts
points In dIspute dtiputeUnless dllputeUnlen dIsputeUnless
Unless a settlement II reached not notonly lotonl notonly
only onl will wlllstrlkt strikes which were temporari temporarily ¬
ly declared d l off pending arbitration be berenewed bewed berenewed
renewed wed but the trouble will 11I spread spreadIronoli spreadIrrmioli d drolluh
Ironoli Morrow Money MoneyNew Moiioyew JoIIOJNew
New ew York May X 17It is stated that thatwithin thatWitbln thatwithin
within he 11 last fortnight banker oi oiParis oC oCParll ofParis
Paris have through the Dank of ofPrance oClIranc1 ofPrance
Prance lIranc1 negotiated a loan of llWOWO llWOWOfrom UOOOIOOtrom 11000000from
from New < 8 ew York bankers bankersThis bnkeThl bankersThis
This money mone II needed to finance TO TOUrprisea enterpris n nlrvrlaea
Urprisea Incident to the exposition year yearIn rarIn yeariii
In Pads While 111 France JIr Is I one of the therichest therloh therichest
richest rloh t countries In the world its stock stockof ItO < t tnr
of it gold waa w Insufficient to meet all 11 the thedemands theamnd thedemand
demands that have sprung up this thisyear tblltar thisyear
year tar and the banker of Paris have haveborrowed haveborrowed haveborrowed
borrowed here at comparatively low in intercet tntrnt Interest
tercet rates In order to prevent any en enterprise entrprl enterprl ¬
terprise trprl from lagging laggingSince larlnSince laggingSince
Since January 1 the Parisian bankers bankershave 1Jfnk 1Jfnkbave bankershare
have been attempting to make t this thisloan thlloan thisloan
loan They tried in vain to borrow borrowmoney botTOWmoney borrowmoney
money ThJ In Berlin but funds were high highthere hlrhthere highthere
there England E nd had all she be could do to tomeet toIIMItt tomeet
meet the expenses of the tbeBoer Boer war and andprevent udpreent andprevent
prevent Industrial stagnation at t borne borneRussia homeRul 1mmRussIa
Russia baa b plenty of gold but she sheneeds th thnttd abeneeds
needs most of it for her transSiberian transSiberianline
line and other enterprises enterprisesThe enltrprlThe
The blr loan Is I to be shipped In In Inbailments 111tallrnefttlvran
bailments tallrnefttlvran averaging about 0000000a 1000000 1000000week
a week The rh second Installment will willgo wIllgo
go 0 today and the movement will con continue conUnue eontinue ¬
tinue for about three weeks longer longerThe lonrThe longerThe
The loan was w negotiated by IIr the Nation National Nall n nal nal ¬
al city bank alia ah mast of 0 the foreign foreignbanking twelnbanklnr foreIgnbanking
banking houses participate In It ItAn Ittit
An 1 Idaho Tornado TornadoBoise ToruRl10DoIII TortindoBoise
Boise Ida 14 M May lkr y U 1CA A storm struck struckthis ItruekIhl struckthis
this Ihl section at S oclock orlo this morning morningand
and assumed the proportions of a tor tornado tornadn tornada ¬
nada at Wiper Wf causing damage to the thetown tbetown thetown
town amounting to WJOO l1 tOO The roof roofwas roota roofwas
was a torn from the V Vendoin ndome hotel tli tlicourthouse tM tMourthoull thecourthouse
courthouse and school I house were Jam dmwred darnaged Jamtired
tired to the extent of 11061 1 and several severalother severalother till tillthlr
other buildings were more or lea 1 dam damabed damlbed damabed
abed There waa w wa also severe re loss In Inthe Inthe
the 111 surrounding country many insn or orchard 01tllrtl orehartis ¬
chard being bln r partly > destroyed dlro and nd the thefruit thetrult thefruit
fruit being stripped from tom many of the thetrees tbet thetrees
trees t left standing stsndlnzlno standingNine
Nine lno Hurt at n PI rlre rlreTlcom PireTacoma re reTacoma
Tacoma Wash May ICWhlle a aflre aAre aAre
Are at t the lh Addison mill was In pro proirreM proKrlil proSTCKP
irreM tonight a stairway 11 which was wascrowded WAIrrnwcle wagcrowded
crowded t with people watching tcblnr the lire flref lirefli
f 11 < > ll Nine persons 1IOn were Injured those thoseiiitalnlng th1elll1talnln thosenistainini
iiitalnlng the moat serious injuries be beIng beIne beag
Ing ag th the following Tludotph Ru40l h Martin Martinucorne Martin44enrge IarllnHp
ucorne Hp f W V Lary Claude Maxwell MaxwellRalph MaxwellRRlph axwe1l axwe1lRalph
Ralph Robinson and Frank Bttel BttelThe EUelTh littelThe
The Th fire fir originated In the dry kiln kilnfthlch kilnh kilnwhteh
fthlch h rh with the engine room T was des destroyed tllstToyfd dcctroyed ¬
troyed causing a loss 10 of several severalthousand IveralthoutaD4 severalthousfld
thousand dollars dollarsDEAP clol1araDEAD dollarsDEAi
DEAD LVgANT 1NIiI FOUND FOUNDlYcrafltnrdy FOUNDlltn FOUND1i0flh1lttIll3
lltn lYcrafltnrdy lurel Ilorn Itaby Jlab Discovered in inAqueduct InMuetlucl Intqll1tICL
Aqueduct by Somo Joys HoysA
A amber of bon who were w playing playingilong pJaylnaJOftI playingalong
along the City Itf er creek k aqueduct naar naarFifth J1I1rJtftJa nairFIfth
Fifth West on Nwth Temple last even evening evenIq evenIng ¬
ing found ad th the body ef f a prematurely prtmaturelrtern prtmaturelborn
born Infant girl girlTh 1Mh girl1h
Th h > body bad evidently been lying In Inth IntIl Intho
th tho water tot 01 tome hour Offlear Oil Oili 011took
1 i pip pl took it to the pollee station stationAliit IIlaUnhtr etatlentitre
Aliit htr Dr tilesy Olel put It in alcohol
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The Improvements to the citys clt water watersystem waterYltm wtersystem
system received further attention at atlast alIut atlast
last evenings IVenln City Council meeting meetingRegarding mUIIIReardln meetingRegarding
Regarding the recommendation of the thsboard tb tbboard theboard
board of public works to use cast Iron IronInstead IronInltead IronInstead
Instead of woodentav pipe for Corportloa a aportion aportion
portion of th the new water mains In the thseastern tb tbetem theeastern
eastern portion of th the city elt City Bn Bnglneer JDnIneer n ngineer
glneer Kelsey sent In another commu communication communlcatlon communication ¬
nication In which h Jut Informed th thCouncil the tbeCouncil theCouncil
Council that if It was 11 the Intention of ofthr oCthe ofthe
the members to a a4o < rtopt OIK this plan It would wouldIncrease wouldIncreue wouldincrease
Increase the coat of the enttr Im Improvements 1mprovemnta unprovementi ¬
provements by byt at least t WOOOOO He Hefurther 11 11furtbeto IIfurthet
further suggested that If the pl plan pls of ofconstruction oCconltructlon ofconstrtlctlon
construction Was to be changed t 11 e all allcast allcast n ncut
cast Iron pip that h he b Informed of ofIt ofIt ofIt
It before the plan are drawn and nd bids bidsasked bIdalced bidsasked
asked for Upon motion tit the whole wholematter wholIIIIoUr wholematter
matter was w laid over until next TDM TDMday Ttttada TessIay
day da when It will b be be made the ecIalorder flclal flclalorder
order of th the < meet meetln meetlnA inetlntWA Inf InfWANES
WANES WA A S WATER RiqUTS RiqUTSA RI UTS UTSA
A B Hyde In a communication oommul oatJon ad addreused addrewae4 addrettsed
dreused to the I e Council stated ted that un under undtr ontier ¬
tier an agreement made between him himself hImIt himself ¬
self It exMayor Jennings Jennln Aurellus Mi Miner lIner Mitier ¬
ner and F H Hyde he was w entitled to tofree totree tofree
free water for hi his residence and andgrounda andrround andgrounds
grounds 40 west Kprtb Tempi TtI e street streetthat streetthat treettllat
that his hI righthad been reoof rtCIOtInl1l4 tilted by byprevious byvtoul byprevious
previous vtoul administrations but the thepresent tbepnt thepresent
present authorities utborltl disputed It and andthreatened andthll1ted andthreatened
threatened on shut off tn tM water lIe Heasked lIeaaked lieasked
asked to be given an opportunity to tostate totllle tostate
state his case before the Council or a acommittee acommltlee acommittee
committee so that the question might mightbs
be settled ttled for good Committee on wa waterworks WIttrWorka waterworks ¬
terworks terworksM
M L M Kalghn I < Ibn uked th the Coo Count no to tomake toIlIIke tomake
make an appropriation pp prla on of UN to aid Id In Indefraying Indfrayln Indefraying
defraying the expenses pen of celebrating celebratingMemorial ct1lIntlndemorlal celebrtlngMemorial <
Memorial day da Referred to the Mayor MayorR
R a I Bosley asked ked to b be given ea suf sufficient sufAclent ur urIclent ¬
ficient sewer water to Irrigate six sixacres sixacres Ix Ixurea
acres of land near the sewerage w farm farmfor tarmtor fsnnfor
for which he offered to par the city 1 1ler 1 1per 1per
per acre Sent to committee oh sew sewerage w werage i
erage erageDuncan erageDuncan
Duncan McFaden and others peti petitioned petltlODed petitInned ¬
tInned the Council to open Kaae aae street streeton
on Capital Hill which connect COD with withWall wIthWall I
Wall and nd Green streets tree and which pe petitioners petltloners e etlUone ¬
titioners say 1 should b be a continuation continuationof
of Peach strut Referred to commit committee committee ¬
tee on street streetJ tree treeJ
J H Griffin per er C H 1I8tI Steels In Inletter a aletter aletter
letter addressed to the Council COU cll of offered ottre offered ¬
fered to sell the tb city clt eight sprinkling sprinklingwagons sprinklingwagoie prlllkllnrWIO
WIO wagons to be picked from twentyfive twentyfivefor
for 1000 Referred ReferredMRS ReferredHS ReferredMRS
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Lovo In Which Decinscd Was Hold HoldThe Holl1The Loldml
The funeral of Mr > 1 Byron Crosby Crobyras Croallyheld
was held from the Nineteenth ward wardmeeting WardmNUn wardmeetIng
meeting < house yesterday afternoon afternoonhat
hat building being beln entirely Ailed by byMends byfriends byfriends
friends who came to manifest IIII Ut their love lovefor 101tor lorelot
for th the deceased There The was a pro proUflon protulloh profusion
fusion of beautiful flower whWtlttr whWtlttrally which liter literilly literally
ally covered the th casket There were werewo wretwo weretwo
two wo magnificent offerinn oltrI oK rh4s from the theBremen tbet1telMn thefiremen
Bremen and 1Id the K O T 1 M MRemarks MRemarkl MRemarks
Remarks which were 11 consoling In Inheir Intbelr intheIr
heir nature and eulogistic of the de dexeaed deceue4 dereseed
reseed were made by APostle Grant Grantresident Grant1reald4nt QrantPresident
resident Angus M Cannon and Elder KlderF
n F Cummings The ThHIn pall bearer IJ ren were werebe Weretll werethe
be tll following member of the tire d dMirtment dl dlPIIrtment dtpertinent
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Hoe Reed William Aylund Frank FrankVngell FrnkAqell FrankAngell
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The b ward choir assisted alte Ur Mrs 1 Liz LIsile LIIi Lizale
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sc sic ilc At the grave va y the firemen frln quartet quarteteudered qurtel qurtelrdpre quartetrendered
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Now York Did 11 It but ut Lost 108 Loads on ontho ontho onthe
tho linns linnsSt nnj8 nnj8i
St i Iouls Mar l aTe 34The Th Nw Yorks Yorksout Yor Yoikioutltted
out otbttt outltted batted St Louis LI today tay but they tier tier10t
lost 10t their tlter lead I on Of the bag b In th thsixth the thesxtb thesixth
sixth sxtb inntnr IM they th made 11a four hits hlb but butfailed buttal butfailed
Attendano Attnan failed tal to get t S 70 a man tl acroa Un th the plat platAttendano plate plateAttentisnos lt
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New Ne Yotk ok oek 6 I 14 1 T TBatteries 1DttYo iflattirleeYoting
Batteries DttYo flattirleeYoting Young Thomas T and Rob RobInaon Iob IobInni Itohlnson
Inaon wartwood Inni Iwartwo Doheny DII and r Warner a Umpire Umpirewartwood Umpir UmpireSwartwood
THEJACES THEJACESIxiuUvlllo THE THERACESI THERACESILouisville RACES RACESIul8vlo
IxiuUvlllo IxiuUvllloUulsvllle Iul8vlo Iul8vloLlle LouisvilleLosiavllle
Uulsvllle Llle May a 17Two nTo of th U the Oakes Oakescandidates Olt Oak Oakcandidates
candidates edlt that have been ba the most mosttalked muttl1e musttalked
talked tl1e about but were w beaten today tQa In a away away
way 1 that shows they are re either eIter not notquite Botqui notgull
quite qui up to a a good lc race r or are r not of aa aahigh ub ashigh
high b class 11 as a they have hae been bn consid considered conldr consldend ¬
end r Anna Rain nln who was w an a oddson oddsonfavorite oddln oddlnfuorlte oddsonfavorite
favorite In the first ft race of the day dayran dayran dayran
ran second ond to neuron with ScarletL4ly Scarlet 8rletII ScarletLily
Lily II third thir Unsightly finished fifth In Inth Inthe inthe
th the Premier stakes Ita ki after fr tiptoeing tlptoln her herfield herneld herfield
field to the head bla of the stretch A great greatwad greatwad reat reatwa
wad wa of money went In on Indian In the thethird thethln thethird
third thln and from fm the opening < 00 1 to 1 he hewas b bwu liewas
was backed lk down to 15 1 He le got ot off of bad badly badly ¬ I
ly I however and nd cut ut no n figure ngul In the therace therce therace
race rce finishIng fntllnc next tnt to last 18t Results ResultsFirst flult ResultFirst
First 1 It race seven furlongs furlonFleurn furlonFleurnWon furlongsPIuronwon FIturon FIturonwon
won Anna ham second eond Scarlet Srlt Lily Lilythird Liy Liythird LIlythird
third Time 127 127Second 1 127Second 2 2Ind
Second Ind rare rarf four furlong turlonFncy Fancy
Wood Woo won Ksther Ihpr Rlfg second Bthel Ebel
Pace lAcf third Time Tme 48 4 seconds secondsThird secondsThird Iondl
Third race rac mile ie and an eighth llbtbHand eighthRandrress llbtbHandPrHi Hand HandPrtnxwon
Prtnxwon PrHi rress won Ollle Ole Dixon DIIOI second I ond Ylrgtthird Ylrgt VIrgiwI 11
P I third thl Time IM IMFourth 1 1Fturlh 154Furl
Fourth race re Premier 1lmlr stakes mile mileM mi milet1rifas
t t1rifas M Irll < rltas won Th T Monk olk second MDd Cleora CleoratinrJ Cler ClerI Cleoratitirl
tinrJ I hir Time Tme 14 14 140Fifth H HFifth
Fifth Firh race rae flve furlongsflllverdsle furlongsflllverdslen tlrlonUVrdle tlrlonUVrdleon
vofl on n Slnri Slntm second Th Conqueror Cqaer third thirdTim thlnl thirtLTim
Tim lmp l 11 11I 101 101l4ixth 01 K Ksixth
sixth I tb race rac six furlongs flrl telling UI
Hoiiie Inlle Welthoff Wllthol tx won wn Ocmtwr Olr second secondBelle secondI3elle
10nl
Belle Dele of Orleans Ol third 01r Tim Tm 114H 114HSt 11 11SI 114 114St
St LoulH fll KntrloH JCnlrlol Today TwlnySt Todnrat
St at Louis Lu I Mo o May M liThe lCe race racemoting rcer1tlnl racefllttlflg
moting of the ti St Louis Lul Fair associa association aesociation 11 ¬
t tion open tomorrow tomow under the most mostrromlnlng motfroml most7omiping
froml rromlnlng lnr auspices aUlplC The e stake Itk feature featuretomonow fulur featuretomorrow
tomorrow tmorrow will wi be b the Inaugural handi handicap bandlrap handicap ¬
cap at one on mile In which the tht crack crackCalifornia crackCalornla crckCalifornia
Calornla California colt 01 Yellow Yelow Tall will wi meet meetthe mHtthe meetthe
the cracks erak of the lh western tern division Th Thweather Thwather The Theweather
weather is I threatening thrttnlng tonight but th thprospects tIIJuOpll the theprospects
JuOpll prospects are re fairly alr good for a fast fasttrack fai fasttraek
track trck The entries antr and nd r weights Ight for to the theinaugural tb theInaugural
Inurrl inaugural handicap hndip follow Lady L Cal CalIfthon e
Ifthon IAbn Itt II Nan Na Dora Dra V C 5 Plno Plnhl Pinohe he ifc I 5S 5SDuke
Duko of Undid Lndll 1M 10 Yellow Tlow Tall Tal 197 197Uurcato lOT
Uurcato Lrcato Wi 1 Thrive hl IOC lOG
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Prospect ProspectsWeather Weather cloudf cloudffast I li hu 1111 will ni i i 1 i DK lh bestlooking girls who whoi management mana < < of Walkers Wltker Park o orr < r > 9 9use I cfast
fast 111 I i the he hniKi htdsjne one men mln In this honor honorable bOor use ule of mentof the grounds rountH and the th knt kntgames In kn knFirst i iI
fastFirst First race mile sellS MlUFree able I auI I idy jld 1 Auditor Aldltlr RelieF will wi N b games lml will wi accordingly orclnly be b conthr 1 1thsre 1Free
Free Lady 91 l Abusive I inrH Ih rp flpr r th purpose IUIOO of checking ehecln any a en there tbr Word has ben sent ent to Po Pocal < at atlo l ltlI >
91 1 Can an f I See ISm Ill IllKlondike i di tlI iHMim If tu tate a riot rot that Oat may ma lo and ld Ogden that all al Is I now O K KOOXTXtl KIrl KKlovidlke
Klondike Queen IWi IWiRussell 07 jriac Irl arI in 111 My thi h spectators Jlp rtator Treasurer TreasurerRussell
Russell R M Helm r rry ls Jiorrij Iurrl irri i iM unused to see t that Into tbl hon honh OOXTXtl OOXTNC CVCLB C1Cr MEI3T MEI3TPriaec 4EIIry U 1
ry Yocum tt Sun God GodSecond I ora flIC hi h hI hIy > i > IH I nt Jt bunkoed at the tbte gate gates gateSecond
Second rare mil and tw twJim t lIIU s 111 m win 11 iing sIng In every Iv1 time tm w wn we Priaec 11 to IMS b Omen OIII at t Salt It Paine PalncpThe raln PaineJim
Jim Conway lIt Bm BmLee < kil 111 111 n Elk License Oollector olatur Halver Mal Halvern Ju Inh
Lee 14 19t Celtic Bar Bard U Jh n uiu ill i uk k to II I it I that no undue undu license Ict liceneill Jun
ill Roug et Noir Sli UJ 14i Ii i is ink lakn n Ilih nh tin feelings of any an of the theimmb The first lllt cycle meet at t th the < > Salt Pi Piac 11 11rm rt rtsBrt
Brt Davis 107 B el3IatI1 UI a I IThird immb rm I11 i r t this 111 hot or rather ral august uut ac aNt Is I scheduled ch dule for June Junt th end endrludes nd ndI
57 I j by bud l > > II 1llh lib Commissioner tommllone King KID must eludes Iudel a very vor Interesting program prgram I 1 it itThIrd t 9 9following
Third race nTelEli nTelElirearolds be b b hoir h lr 1 10 1 curt cur for the dead and ea x xamr > following fdlowln prises prlt will wi bo b given givenNovice givenyearold
dea anl lven lvenBlc
rearolds purse ourseThi Th ThOver t amr Blc tim the Ih wounds ounl of the living Ivlq Noleo Novice race one ml mlle4Jold mile < Joll ol medal medalQuarter medatOver
Over II 1M 8acX 8acXHesslg 1H Tl 1 rolice lolr nil i be given Ivtn a holiday holday Quarter Qurlftr mile amateur champions championAiliessig i n nCold 1
Hesslg 10S Blrtt StonJack Ston and 11 th chief In requested to arm armmem rm Cold ld and silver Ilver medals medalsMile meall meallII medalJack
Jack 105 105Fourth y t mem II m with wih MauBeis lauRel and ute have them pre prefnt pr Mile Mi handicap baDellp amateur 130 2 110 10 and nnlI oMi andFourth
Fourth race Iiuuigurll IiuuigurllmlleUdy I nn fnt nt to t protect the populace populac from fr the I In merchandise merchandiseMile merchaJI merchaJIIndlnat merchandisemilelady
mlleUdy callahan Ii IiI Indignation Indlnat n of his Ihl honorable body Mile MIa open on prof6silonal50 profeloall 20 2 1 110 110I I1lU 14 14and
1
U I IHnoche M lIcks DuJtTellow Of I shoulj we V 1 Uncover lyer any an rotten rottn eggs In and X > 1 In cash cashMil cubI cashYellow
Yellow Tall 107 Laurast 1 I he air Tu T keep kpe us cool the chief Of Mil Mie race 210 class c professional prottlonal3 prottlonal3I J35 J35lit
103 I he h tirt trt fir dllilmllt ariment Is I requested Nuete to toia lit 1nd 11 and 110 to In cash cashFOU cuhlaI cashFifth
103Fifth Fifth race raceMarl threequar ia tat a starrier Ftlm r and ant hose hO line lne on hand 0 0Marie
Marl Q Brown BrownHI 140 out n P n wOrr nr nr l ii scarce we w woold wotil sos u 1M sins lrtI r antrio antrioIII
HI Nocker 102 Miss MlMlent MM 6 gut t that rtt In r spraying F us U h e usewell usewellperhaps uwel FOU UV1 V THE ltJI IlL D CIVIL tt 114 J SERVICE SERVICESecretary SER1Lgut 1eftt 1efttlent fJ fJperhals
lent Friend 105 Id IdCave Ida IaIt perhaps perhals ju Juke < e Morlts would oul4 supply U the themuisjn th thnlar theCave
Cave 100 Tom Olltnor 11 muisjn nlar ssdry CommUnloner l omml ltne W Wetfeld Westerdeid sterfl Jly ld ldwin Secretary Stl Williams WUIt lter ltt Receives im lfll a Srlirtl Srlirtlnle Srhfl1 Srhfl1wil
110 win wil iII aili ahII advise e everybody everybod Chairman Ct nle for Jbrmnlmtloni in TbUClt TbUCltSecretary This fbl Cit
110llxth
Sixth race one mile selli ellta elltaHighway Unolv Jol and in his understudies undertudl on the theuoar theHighway f JbmIIDtlonln f fbarllr
Highway IN 1O IJequeatli 105 105pie I barllr uoar btrI < if f public pulle works will 11 be present prHnt to tondverticp Secretary a Williams iti of C the II e Civil S 8f Srpie < r rvlce
pie M Qulde Rock 107 U UIDS ndverticp erIPP for bids for the repairing r lrtq of ofall ofni 8cret Wiim Chl
IDS Cannonade 106 Kosclo Kosclodla I all ni hlrn hJM h s in II the Ihl air made by the tl bat bt of oftli vice commission cmmltlon hM h rer reclved lvcd the f > i ilowing 1Ihl Idii
dla 106 Sir Oataln 1M 1MLord r tli Ihl rnuniilmmi ClunlnIU n llmau from the second tnd lowing schedules Ibul fur civil chl service serviceamlnatlons rvlce s sLord x xFnHol
Lord Nerllle 10 Funeral FnHol Sunday lunda Interment Interent private plvtp amlnatlons to be held In II this city cityJune clt cityxcYok
10Xow No towers Makeup tUOfthe tUOftheNew of the council councilmsnlar amlnat b tbs
lower Iaku > Cuncl June llth21st for mechanical draft draftman drartman >
Xow xcYok cw York YorkNtw maniac nine will wi be b presented Prnted later laterHAXKMIW t IlhJlt mecholCal >
man for the ordnance ornce bureau war warpartment ar arw < >
New w York May IS lcnel 1llesUlti nUlU nUlUrace HAXKMIW Ims ANIimOKlDllS ANIimOKlDllSMeet n partment prment salary Iar flMO 10 rr nr annum f fr frrace < r rRuvemment rrce
race rce seven vn furlongs turlopeJtIL furlongsKnight Knifllt KniflltOartar JA nnOICts Ruvemment IveMlrent lumberman lubfttaf dIvisIon tlyl n of f rr rrGartr frGarter T Teatry
Garter won Lambent Imbnt second secotwthird i It Meet Iet Thin Anrrinmn nt walkers ANulkersPark eatry eb department dprment of agriculture IgrclJltrc aln IIMII saluthird y ythIrd >
third Time TmeI 11 11Second 111 AIIIOI lt Wldkrs 11500 111 per annum Junior junl < r civil cvl etigin etigindepartment ellh ellhleond enginSecond
Second leond race Ix six Ix furlongs furlongsKeuilngton turlol Park I ark to Play 11M I liti fir Ir 400 400Fur dO 0 department dePrment of New Ne Orleann Orleonl salary II i iper Li LiXeiiington i iKenllnton >
Keuilngton Kenllnton won Dan Dn ftlet ftletPrestidigitator mo Fur a purse of ISO 0 and all 11 the glory gloryand per month for assistant ltan t section Ielon o oiPrestIdigitator of i ilustratlons i iIrtldllttor
Prestidigitator third Time H HThird I and honor fura lustratlons of publication publicationdepartment pubiicatioThird
Irtldllttor thir Tim attached ataehl to such luch games the lutratlln department depmlnt pUblc41u pUblc41uThird
Third race the Laureate Lurlel A Alongs Hankers Hanker and lirokers Broker meet met this rall thl after afternoon tte th ¬ department deprtment of o agriculture atcuJur salary alar t 1 1per 110nrBonnlberl IlongsBonnibert
longs 10nrBonnlberl Bonnlhert won Stnil StnilContend SIII noon at Viilkor Park P to play playball ball It per pr annum for draftsman marine marineSneers m marIneContend rlM > L LConlend
Contend third TIme St Mi MiFourth Ii I the intention Intrnton of both rl teams tem lubl to play pl I Sneers salary 110 1408 per pr annum f r rpublic rFourth rFourth
Fourth race five fv dv furlong furlongwon trloI furlongeIr ball bal for keeps for both have been prac practlclnn public publi Inert document dumlt indeier and catal cataiL cataiLwon atalwon < L Lor
won Golden An A second secondTime eond MIflIOn Ihl I tlclnn telhg hard an and < l are determined dterl bn to make m po or Ir salary uiar II I 1 per r day June 2Mh27i 2Mh27ifor 2 25th2Time th2iI1Tlmt
Time 100 IMFifth L the contest t a warm one oneLeague for draftsman dratlmaD marine engine and m mchlnery 1 rnIlftli
Fifth Ftth race rc six Ix furlong turlonrDIU furlongsIllu Bltt Blttwon MJ I chlnery chlner In the ofllre of the 1nlt Unl1 Unl1won 1 1Stated Iwon
won The Th Benedict Bnedlct second Ilnd ly Lady Ladysey I TlOUmH TItOLJ1Il1 itLI rl SBrrlIW Stated ftatel Inspector Inlptor nf f machinery > at W Wmouth Wy Wisey
sey y third thIr Time 111 111Sixth > mouth Masa Ma salary luy H 4 I llr > < T day da JIM JIMLMhWlh Jil JilIlth JniSixth > >
Sixth Ilth race the Knlcker Knlckercap Knlokeb Knickerboekc League Lague GMMIM GAIN Will 1 1m Played nt ntWalkers LMhWlh Slh3th for or mechanical draftsman draftsmanthe I Iop
cap mile and threequarters threequarterswon thrqUorll threequarterlLa 4 Walkers Irk 1arkThe the tll league 1itp island navy yard AI s salary lar > > l lPIT Iwon lwon
won Fllon 1lon dOr Mnd second OPT OPTthird 00 PIT day July 5th7th for ship tnf < 1rnf 1rnfinin 1rafthird
third Tim Tme 111 111ChlCAgO The nianagHinnt IAhai mnt of the Rio Grande Grandeand inin lan and assistant aliitani ship OrnftBinnn lr8ft m n I IMi iand n nand
and t < hoit h11 tin 1n baseball a bal teams have ha at atlait Mi Mare Island navy yard salary alnrr 74 74tn 74Chicago t tClloajo
Chicago ChlCAgOChicago Clloajo last lit icitlcd 111 1 the difficult with the tn II W I 1 Per > < r day dayHoiiseworkisliadworkwitlioutGoMDusn dayChlca dayChicago
Chicago Chlca May ICWeatber ICWeatbertrack lS lStrack
track fast tat at t Lakeside I1a today toar toarFIrt f fFirst Reseib ReseibPint
First FIrt race four and nd onehalf onhal fuofh fuofhBonnie h fur furf
T Tenny Second Bonnie n Belle race Hallle third one r won Time mile Bonltary nllar GoWfox f 1 = seconds secondsSecond Maw MawTenny wei weiWalkeiuhaw 1 IH HoiiseworkisliadworkwitlioutGoMDusn HoiiseworkisliadworkwitlioutGoMDusnWASHING Iouscwork ueor k 18 is h hai u WOfl work Wl withofit th 01 tG Gold Om LiD Dust DustWalkenhaw U t
Walkeiuhaw second eond Cariboo Carlbo thin thlrtTime thlr j
Time Tm 111 111Third 1 141Third U UTIrd
Third TIrd race four and onehalf onebait fir firlong t tlonll Celongs
long Hammond stake stnkeOnrry Iakenrr Gurry Her Herman Ie listThue55
man won Money Mone Moneyeoond second end Possort 110lrt thin thinTime thlr I WASHING CROCKS AND ANDMILK ANDlourth
Time Thue55 MH 5 seconds secondsFourth Itcondl WAHING
Fourth race five fve furlong furlon1W furlongsMw Ms MsBeach MILK VESSELS VESSELSA 1 r rSixth
Beach won on Hermoso tocond Hen Lei I Ithird VESEL
Jermolo eend JIl A deil it the of I Ior
third Time 101 101Fifth irtit rru tipt dfpt4a upn upon ctre crocll cth
101 or pula IBI IB blob milt Ii I kept Tbtr T btr bould t
Fifth Ftt race mile mie and a 1 quartir s at1 l lIng miL kp b
Ing InOenboro Owensboro won nl Mlcroaoon Mlcroaoonond > I vukid hl H I Kx t I pMtlble fllble liter lier beiot ui uud uudond d I
ond Schellauffer Shela uter third thlN1 Mlorsop Tim TIme JWR JeI 1 RlDtt RIDI fifil Ii wild li Mid vntr ltlbee then vnh h Ihorouiblr IhorooahlrSixth I IJ
Sixth race mile mie selling MlngLn raIlingLa La Prinsa Prinsawon Pnn J lailde IUi4D ltd out olll outwitbhotwiter lthbotw bOIltlnhicb er Utthicbcaouibolf UtthicbcaouibolfGold iavhichenoujhol eDouahol eDouaholwon IIr IIrsecond
won Time Barney llrney 14114 14114Seventh 14 F second eonl Tlllle Tle W thjrt thjrtTime Gold G 0 Id Dust D US tn Wasting n a h Ing Powder Powderhtib P 0 d cr crSeventh 4
Parstar Seventh second leond race mile mieDu Hub Dlu rPather Ltk Lk thm thmTlm w wParstar wj htib II bD < odlMolve4UMikei dll4 Ie r diudi Flilihl Flallb
Tlm l41H l41HLOCAfEYENTS thll 1 br I rliiiit IUi li w Mldl ldiij iturj t wipe drr lod i ICI t c ci JI JILOCAL
Tme 14 i Mt I iih il rltht Il4 aidep up It ibt th Irtth ilr ind alaul iun iunM >
LOCAfEYENTS LOCAfEYENTSHOW LOCAL L EVENTS Ihla M ltd Ib thywillbe her will 111 be b dun 111 ckrsudswut ckrsudswutuirL5 nd I iwMt iwMtTti tl
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Counol Council Commit COluul Comniltteo too on n Ilnsobnll Inobll Plln PllnIts PI Fib FibIts ilf ilfThe 1lo 1loJs
Its Js Kcjiort KcjiortThe 11 ltOrt ltOrtTie
The Tie Council Counci committee commite on bMfcl bMfclcomposed bseshelcomposed 1 1C
and ad C composed Robertson Robertln ed of Whlttemore Whitemore appointed pplnte HartawMi HartawMiind Ir to t arrfl arrflirith Rrragg r rWth OLIVER 0 L i I I Iwith i iand V E R R MEREDITH MEREDITHis M E R E D I T H
with Wth the Klks Ek for a game an of ofnade buielL buielLmad
tde mad its report relrt last night On Of O b mi mif tt mitle is SALT LAKES LEADINC I BIKE MAN MANREPAIRIN8 MArJot
ot > f Edgar Jpr Howe owe the til report reportver rflrt rflrtove w wo
ove o > ver for or one On week Wik Her I 1 1K 11 Is 11I i REPAIRIN8 REPAIRINI NEATLY NIATLV AND ANDPROMPTLY BICYCLES tJOYCLES AT ALL PRIOES WITH WITHOEST WITHIort WITHI WITHOntiemenWe
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nltte mIte on baseball bleb11 Ug g leave ltv to tois repgti 29 E First South WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED GUARANTEEDjJ GUARANTID GUARANTIDa
a is follows follows1e r
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We would recommend rmmtnd that the thell Clog Clogoil
el oil > ll when It I doe do adjourn adjour on onMay onMy Tuijij u
of May > f battle bttt ttnd lnd ajour adjourn better btter known ktl to inset laet aa 18 an anf OJU tbl V Vmseball Wl Wlb1 jJ li I THE TH T Ii E GOOD GOODHOUSEWIFE 0 0 0 D DWednesday
mseball b1 ground rundl upon up th thiVednesday tha thaWednda V 40
Wednesday at four hour r rnlnutes ni t1iiTi v
nlnutes wIth 8 the past Elks noon non with wih there thr bat bt and andurther n to tovlih < 1 1 I IwIth 3 L I HOUSEWIFE HOUSEWIFEbusy II OUSEWI FF3 FF3further
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further trthe suggested Ulteetet that tht as a far fl flilble ri k
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iresent to assist this thl honorable hnorab et ol be ue ueteeplnr WhilSt Ust busy but with her spring < clean cleaning rteankeepln cleankeeping ¬
keeping up Its II present repntattan repntattanIsylng e r I ing l should remember that now Is I the thitime thP
lould remembr O
Isylng 1 > ball Mayor for Tliotnpsoon Tliotnpsoonits Tom rflauni time to exterminate te Bugs Cockroaches CockroachesMoths Cockroachesin
its iamannot man not Friday FrI4aYtAUILIs but blt Denila Denilan t I IIn tie ftermln BUl CoeIrcbp
In his hi best veto Du1 1 Moths etc Our Japanese Powder Li 11Ion LIsion Liquid ¬
n pen 1n so 1 that U Uilon Kotblte Japneee Pwder
Ion arises Irl be may veto th thif the I I quid Insecticide InHClde and nd Camphor Camphr Cakd Cakdwill Ckelof
of if the umpire umpir on the pot potleer ot tht tbaUlll will wt do ta the work effectually elfetUalr Tot 1or sain sainenlr tlt saI saImen
leer will wil be b oreaent nt with wih n nnen t wor
for the 1 only by th Ute old reliable reliableGodbe reliableacid Uabl UablfelC
men purpose lr ot IIUv survayleg tar tarleld I
acid felC from the grand stand standndent ii SI
ndent lImes In of the water waterwjuested ate j I I f I I I S 5 5ir1y
Iueted wjuested to be l along alOI1 with withody w y I t 1 I Godbe PiUs Drug Co CoSALT iothat
lod ody Jr It I will l b b their ir1y 4 4hat PitS
hat no n reckless rrkl person ltl take takelllllwnJr t lty a sl jj 11 SALT LAKE I A Ashle n CITY CITYMONTROSE OITYot
ot lllllwnJr killing any Jy Jl meber member lnbr of th tu i
able ble body by bringing water on o M 5p
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leld during rl the game Street t Sit Sitendent Q l lpe
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endent I Condte will w please l lx lxilth I MONTROSE
tI ilth I h his hI street t Ilt sweeping IWI II mad madrather naolin j i v BIOYGLEtFREE BIOYGLEtFREEI
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aft rather e up what ut may be left pt ft of ofihen 0 ft the ju 1I is SEND ouvo111ol us YOUR OflOti WllOUAOENII J 0
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hen en this tbl honorable l hoy ody > gets tl throsel throselrlth tbr1 1 9 SEID > hMI p l riMif1 It r hrlcht OnDCI ot tntut rl in n4 5r o r wmuJ MK fl xd M OJ K Y M ILL IL LL SHIi SHIiTllV IIIU IIIUWllh lItItwith
with them Recorder Nsylor tm 1 keif t TllV Tit ilil I U 1 III lnI iuiii 11 ir o I Ii 10 I on VIAL pr > in ii 111U you vu t L an Ufnl tlflmIr ml and andI iJ iJMIIII
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