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NUMBER NU IBER 180 8O
rYlrlRST YEAH MONDAY JUNE 18 1900 SALT S Lrl LAKE CITY UTAH
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HYING TO CROWD CROWDOUT CROWDOUTROOSEVELTa
OUT OUTROOSEVELTa OUTROOSEVELTaId ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTId
Id Politicians Want the Popular Soldier SoldierGovernor So SoIdieiOoveriior diel dielovernor
Governor to Say lie Wdnftbe WdnftbeVice W WthibVii l t tVi
Vice Vi e President PresidentL Presfdent5hoS
L Stows No o Inclination to Take That CourseHis Final Re ReplyHanna ReplytIanfla Replylianna
plyHanna Lodge Young and a Host of Others Urge UrgeHim UrgeJlim UrgeIltni
Him lie Would Rather be Governor of New York ork and andNot andNot andNot
Not be Vice lcc President PrcsidentNot Not Bigheadcd to Refuse Ref sc if the thepeople thePeople thepcopI
people Insist InsistA A Dilemma for Teddy1 TeddyAlOst Alost M st of the States Statesant Statesant Slates1ant
1ant ant Him on the Ticket
F i h1 1 June IS lBFrom from a Rtnt at atthe I Ithe
> tnt the ther convention 1 1v ta taI
I v mr r night the city bl blr b bL Iu IuI <
r I L iiuuer tltI r gardtn rd n Drl Drli rlJht rlJhti
I i i > I u 001 brceae breellflinatilled Inatlll InatlllI
I M Mnn Into the conatan conatanx conltnUy conltnUyg
g 1 i 1 < Hy every train th thf they theyn tI
0 n f h Ii th thf city and nd the to town townIi toI
t Ii L 001lnll 11 linn of martial mui muiL mualo mualoIII mtI
L 1 it miichlng club iwung iwungi up upI
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i I 1 by a brass band pl pliiMitlon phiatbil plA1 plA1IIII1IllIn
iiMitlon dejiended up upi upon uponi u uIIIt
i i HMD IIIt the muiic There 1 1n baa baaII I Ifl
II n hour lnce when the th thi1 i iiU Ir IrIIlk
IIlk iU i1 > i with ith music and In whl wht fhlch
11 1111 it t I Lt Icen < > en E parading In Inr aoi aoir IOme IOmer
r tii < ity and andclubu eicortlng t tc tbe tbettl
c iU i > Kutre > ttl cluba and andd andLE nd d dtIl dll dlld
d I iIIIIII iIIIIIIPII
tIl LE WANT VANTtr nOOSEVBLT nOOSEVBLTne
kl > ne tr It e being serenaded renadedH a avi and andH
H I nilurH I < lur are Jammed with withJ w wI wl wli
i PM < KKllnit crowd And t tit tbe tbet I It
T Tmi Tlie Tlietn I IlL
it t u II1Cn iKicinl II 1 everywhere
< mi tn v lllh uti delight at the th prc prci proa proaIi pt ptI
I i Ii hi initiation ft Ill budge budget I IY
Y t h liJ I > Hlft 111 name U I on eve evelinr v vtu Iry
linr 11111 M I 1 la talked of In t tih the theth I IIt
ih i < ftbo sbtyR bu11 > H dinned It In InI Inro Inrolid Ii IiftI
lid I tiif II Ii fakirs with an n endle endlei Indleas IndleasIhouted ndl ndlehouted
i 11 mi shouted their war warpiu wanoparlancE wapartanct
piu parlancE lance of their kli kliin kiI kind kindIii
in I Ionflevelt tOI eYe1t for a aI plac plactiggeit llclI <
> I I biggest IJlltlr t kind of a turn turi turnI
i I nmrii and almost wit witn with withh
n thf lb h > were wiarlng arInr t ts the theh I Ith
s ill h Empire State governor govermh
h i puluce > > la iiI concernedIM concerned It Itf
f I IM r inic ft d l that the ticket ticketi I Ii
L i i Xho h crowds will wllllJot not ot II IIix JIll JIllI I Ih
> I h kiggt4tiUfl ix iHtlun that thatthO Itootevti Itootevt
TbL Th Thattempt They TheyI
i 11 iii > t the program
L < I > II attempt to toatar 11 tay tayM 4 4tNL11 the theall
all alljI
M KlNLKi AS 8 LBADER LBADERh LIMl > EIt EItI
h I i the delegates 1eleg ltll were bui bUy bUytI but
4 tI t XliwtlngS Mdcctlng MI uwloetingdistributIng < > etln roil roili om omn
n i mi distributIngy distributing badge badgei bad a aI
i I y i t i I the handsomest hiu1dsometIh set een eenrh
1 rh h r > imlsl of simple broil bronH bronae
H i n I 1 by ribbons rtbbonRI from fromu a aI
I III u the tb modal are the fari farinit rala ralatill ra ratcint
tcint nit and McKlnley McRinIeyfth super supeu
u < fth n other McKlnley McKlnleyi
I i I must The leaders a aThf aTh aro
1 rh Thf national commit commlttle commlttleI d
1 MI 1IlIng II ting to clear the th derl derlna dcnd l kI kInl
na nl the convention oila oil 0111ej ot otL
> ej L > a I In the th distribution distributionI ot otr
S r P I in adjusting the theIet1I thoU thoiirtalls thoUIdalia
< irtalls which remain remaint remainMKRENCB remain1EitENCE to toI toIfjrnNCE
t
MKRENCB 1EitENCEI HELD HELDt
I t 1 i June ILTowardaIvrnor 18 l8Towardll Towards Towardsjernor 11
jernor < Roosevelt ltooeveltk li liik lie <
111 k ik to t Klein the tide lldei tld < ot
i in n fuMir of his noinlnatlo noinlnatloif
I if l uncvs rt fli > 1 with Henry Henrs lItnrynln > 4 4ufl4ffl <
s M nnln Senator Harm Hanmi
i T r Lodge ot Mawtarlu Mawtarlui MaiumachiIflflllttflafl
d > i > inmlUeemttn Iflflllttflaflrt Glbbsi Glbbsir
r rt I njamln t 11 Odell OdeIlhr 1 1Hi In In1liltEra
Hi hr r loaders liuderit
it i U i Is l stated advise adviseUr advilledOIUIII
OIUIII Ur UI > for htm to putM put
r M I i statement posltlvel posltlveli
i i munition i ImitIon It will willut he 1 1It
ut It with your prevlou prevlounitir llr prmvlottur vlou vlouc
c nitir I till Hanna Is said lIal < 1 t tind to I IILI
hi ILI r I nIl will convince prop propumt people peopleI pcopiuN
I umt II I none of your dcMi diOU dc
4 Mi n > ou set out Juttu to Hccoin HccoinI
I I i NEVER REFUSED REFUSEDi
i I i n I vvr VT r asserted ° argue arguelt < 1
1 I I lt that I would iti it dtotd dido
otd i I I do not want th thin tbe tbenol tilUrc
in not sure that I ca can caiIefltllfl an anII
n iIefltllfl vent Ion falls to lisle lisleHIT lIattnIt lIstetake
It HIT r take a ramr an ant n nt nd ndt
t suggested eutfeiledline Henatu Henatuline nRtor nRtorlint
line the nomination nomlnatloitj
tj I as fatal fatalt ftIlttaUfr
ittaurr another of th thnal thInal thflat
t flat > friends In Ne New NoI Nelie >
I 11 < lie thing has gone to tot too tooI tot
ih I h appeals to the d dele deler le lebe
t t I r be slopped Ito ptd In tha thart tttajy
> rt 1 ty > y Is a for the gover goverwill govlrh
> h tu will not accept un uni IInancell
j i iunrefl We Ve wool wotiligeneral woolt
t > 11 ho < general belief that thatt thelit
t his lit word wo and of de deriond l1et l1efrlndJotthegovemoi dorlefl
t
frlndJotthegovemoi frlndJotthegovemoiI riond of the governo governor governomaitIyely
r I i iitltlrely 1Mltlnl decline dcllnet am ami and andI
i > d i lie e was wa about equal equalu equallyII
0 u t aides lid of the theIrsonhI contro controtnonal
1 personal friends h he hei iit
i 1 i he would come to toi t a atICk I IlI
i lI oclock tICk this afternoon afternoonn
n > vXTS TS ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTs
t s f from om Kansas headex headexf
t f frr < lr r United Stat Pen seni
J I i n ailed and the gov govwth gOYI
I wth II Ith I him Turning t tw ti to tor toI1a ti tiL <
i I1a ts 5 they were leaving leavingt Ialn IalnP
w r
P 1 I want to do wha whairty whatIany whar
t r be beJ be1lIh betub
irty > but I honestly
J i tub ih uf duty dut lie In New NewMr Nwi NettMr
i Mr Burton ° If we don donlr ° I II Ir
r I Wood Wcodf 000 000f
I win 11I vote Ole for
f Iowa men also had luUwith hadvUh h hwith
with Roosevelt Alf Al Alf AtlIt
lIt f the interview th thinumed tbft tbft1IIumtd thii
i inumed upas up as follows tollo bj bjii byd b bheeded
d ii < > headed the delega delegai elarlllt
I i rlllt i it say he would and andwould amidi lId lIdh
h i > would not and andf nd ai aif
f hl his > room Mark Hann nannat
1 fcie him to urge u him to toiinatlon tolinatilln
iinatlon and Henry I enr3 C Ci Ca Calaltlng CMaitIng >
0 i veiling to t urge him t ti to toI tt
I i the situatIon na we wed weeornpoed
d 11 in n was composed ofrt of ofi
i I ° i rIR rt tn director or thu thuiii thlI thofinch
I I I finch iii II gellcl 8lllIcllor or of the thoff thpI theli
I I li < ff r TU feulg B Trot A Alltor AI AlI
I tHor ot the lteIEw of offti orIInled offez4
fez4 fti IInled > nl d th the party rty ProC1 Pro
C1 11 III u warm friend of Coy 00
ernor ItooMVtit noo wJt and hela itron tro In Indenunciation Indenunciation hi hidenundation
denunciation of the effort to force forcenontination I Inomination tltl tltlnomlDUon
nomination upon toe tblrovernor tblrovernorURPHP governor governorURPKD governorUROI
URPKD BY DOLUVICHS MIN 1IKNThe MINTho IJUNTbo
The Interview opened by a lUtMM lUtMMby taletDfnt ttasnby
by 11 Mr Young to Governor Rooaev Rooaevlo ROQIItvelt
lo the effect efte < t tlwt the Dolliver met menstied i iIred de
Ired 1 if iKHttlbte IlOI Ib tu gain 111 some deftIdea deft deHnIdea deftliite deftliiteIdM
Idea H ire to what be desIred or Intent Intentto Inlended Inlendedto Intento
to do doIt doIt doJt
It li miy y to My M what I desire dealredo dell to
do replied the governor Rf or with a laui lauiI lauh lauhJ au
I desire to lw 1 avtrnor gOvltnor of New Yc Ycagain York Yorkallaln Y Yagain
again and I do < not desire to be not notnat nOIDI nOIDInated fbinated
nat nated d for or Vice President of the Unit UnitStatea Unllltl Unllltl8tatee UntStatel
Statea StateaCan 8tateeCan StatelCan
Can you give g ui u an n Idea of wl wlyou wha whayou w wyou
you Intend to da dllf asked Mr Ilober IloberWell Itoh ItohWell I IWell
Well ° replied the governor vernor tin tinfellow tllfello tbfellow
fellow have placed me In an n awi awiposition awlul awlulposition ascposition
position I want to lit governor governorNew governorNew ot otNew
New York for another term at lea leaand Je Jeand least leastnd
and nd Ido I do not care to be 1 nominated nomInatedVite i iVUe tor torVlte
VUe 1realdent But they are re ford fordthe torelnthe fortthe
the matter on all II sides and It Is going goingbe goIngbe to toe
be e very ery difficult to decline It If I Ituae Ifuse i ifuse
fuse It people will say that Roocethee Rootev Rootevha Rooallll Rooallllhall
ha the big head and thinks he Is Iimuch t tmuch too tooInuch
much a man to be Vice President Presidentdo I Ido
do not care to be placed in such a poi poitlon JIOIII JIOIIIlion pction
lion for It Is I not true that I ho hoany h01l1 h01l1any h hany
any such opinion of myself myMlfThen m myselfThen lt ltThen °
Then why wh governor g vernor said saidOConnell J JOTonnell 11r 11rOonnell
OTonnell dont you ou take the etataken eta staitaken etand etandtkpn
taken by b Senator Allison when th thtried they theytrlpd Litried
tried to get him to take the place placeHe place11e picmlie
He simply said I I dont want It gf gfUemen jmtiernen n nUempn
Uemen I will not take it good day dayNOT da daNOT dayNOT
NOT IN ALLISONS S1IOE8 S1IOE8the SIIOESIOfIIlbl 1IOESPoeslbly
IOfIIlbl the preeeure brought broughtbear broughtber to tolJear
bear upon me IB wmeMhat strong strongthan atrollJerthn tron tronthan
than that placed upon the senator senatorplied nator r rpiled re repllpd
piled Itooaevftlt ItooaevftltThe
The situation Is rltjht here govt govtnor governor govinor
nor said Mr Young YUI I g These injwho pent pentwho IlP1ple IlP1plewho
who am trying to toltt Wt you t te take u uplace UtJ UtJplce ti tiplace
place do not care cii anything for yc ycThey ymritey ou ouT1tey
They rttnply tlilnlc that yft t a of all 11 mi mican men mencall m mcalm
can lend strength to tb the ticket Th ThtMnk Thetldnk Ththink <
think you 111 ran an earn lie State of Ne NeYork New NewYork NiYork
York They do not care to l have > are y ycarry yearn OU OUcarr <
carry carr It for the Ripubllean HI1u1l11 an part Tin Tinknow Theknow Tbknow
know you OU can carry carr it either as a Rove Rovenor JIOvprnor govtnom
nor or a all Vice lCe President They The wai waiyou wnt wntyou weyou
you to carry It an Vice Preuldenttheir President fi fitheir tor tortheir
their own purpose IUrl ° eli and they the are ui uiwilling un unwlilinr u uwilling
willing that you ou should carry It for yoown yoi yoiown your yourown
own purposes l or far or the good of t tiwrty the theIJart t tIrty
iwrty Now If you accept pt the nomliu nomliutlon nooll118lion nouItition
lion you are simply playing Into the thehands theIr theIrbndl thiliatids
hands and making yourself a pan panto prtto parto
to their schemes schemesOh
Oh come now Young you ou are re U Uhard too toohrd tihard
hard on them said the governor overnor wit wita with witha WIa
a laugh laughI
I am not hard at t all replied M MYoung Mr MrYoung l lYoung
Young I am simply stating the sitution situ situitlon Illuetloll
tlon as 8 I know It exists as you ati atieverybody and andevtrbod Uteverybody
everybody else know It exists Th Thman Thill Thilln TbJuan
man n cannot hurt you if you ou decllr decllrto dfClineto
to take the nomination No man CM CMhurt cihurt Rn Rnhurt
hurt ROOtItI1t How veil save Roosevelt hitriself him hlnself himMlr
self
WOULD NOT PROMISE PROMISEWell IRO IflOMISIWell USE USEWell
Well gentlemen said the governo governoI
I have ba ve eald alt 11 that t I can My at tipresent tli tlipresent the theprtllent
present time Mr Hanna and a nur nurber ntmJer nuuber
ber Jer of other gentlemen are waltliv waItin t tMe tu tulee I Isee
Me me and I will be glad to eee yo yofill y ytill ou oufill
fill at any time timeThen UmfTbtn timeThen
Then you cannot give us any posl posllive posllive poeire
live assurance at t this lbl time as a to whs whsyou whirot hat hatyou
you rot will 11 do asked k Mr OVonnvll OVonnvllI
I have said all that I can say 18 at t th thpresent the thePIIlIelit thirpieimt
present rpieimt time w wa wee i the n rlllt rllltAt rplyAt > ply plyAt
At 12 1 oclock Senator Hanna camout cam cameout careut
lie said saidThe paidThe Id IdThf
out ut ot Koosrvelts room lU m
The governor vernor stands Just where h hhas he heh
h has 5 always been He dues not want thnomination th thtnomInation Lbiomntion
nomination It la Isaquestlon a question whether whetherlot o onot or ornut
not the convention will be stampede stampedeCor atampldedfor
for or him himWill himWIII hImifl
Will ifl you try and andlreent ai4 prevent the stain Mainde stainpede attnpeI
pede de he wee w weeI aks ulaKtI l lI
I cannot an not say That must be determined deter dttrmlnf deterflhtlfi
mined later I Im am looking uut for th thIntereats tbe tbeIntHtHII tbnterts
Intereats of the Republican party a awe and andwe ai aicc
we cc will try tl and nd do what Is best t for th thWhen thpart LiiWhen
part partWbn When the deflator descended to hi hiroom hiroum hioom
room he wae wa e met by y Mr r Bliss Mr Mr3rosvenor MrOrolenor MiIroeveflor
3rosvenor and other men clOH to th thadministration the theadmlnltraUon thdmfnitrIUOfl <
administration and nd they the Immediate Immediatewent Immlldleteltwent
went Into a private conference In Han HanMS Unnai Hanas
MS roomJANNA room roomUANNA roolnIIANNA
UANNA OIUBCTO TO R008EVBIT R008EVBITIt
It transpired that during tbe con confertnce cont conercnce
t fertnce tnce In HooaereUa OCI eHj room Senato SenatoHanna snatorI1ann Senatofanna
Hanna combatted the popular Imprea Impreailon Impreelion Impreion
lion that Roosevelt RIMItt t Is the lb only onl mat mativho manwho matho
who ho can be nominated d and a am nil Aid aaldI AidthInk meldoojl
oojl I think we can nominate some onislue one oneellle Oflile
slue lieslden HooeevelL HooeevelLTor nooteWttFur RGoeeVILFor
Fur Od Gods jI sake k go ahead and do It Itwinded ItrellluDded Itealonded
winded the governorThats governor goveynorThata oeIJIOIThais
Thais rlfht rltll Mid Id Senator I Lodge Iodgets LodgeLets odgeLets
Lets ts go ahead and nominate BOrn somirther BOrnother mcmither
other man manWhat manWhlit manWhat
What Is I a the rontter mn tlr with Hh Longuke1 Long Longkel Ion Ionkel
kel Hanna HannaNothing IIAnnaNothI8 a aNothial
Nothing ren1l renlla d Lodge Lodgedo LotI
00 ahead and ant nominate him himNO hlmH hlmHNO hImNO
NO ONB ON HUSH YRT YRTGathering YmOathering YICTGathering
Gathering from the tone of Senator SenatorxKlges SenatoredgeI nator natorJAtlgea
xKlges remark hat although the thilenator theIIfDator thenator
lenator was supporting Long he had hadery hadel
little hop that Louis Loll would be betomlnated benondnated beomlnated
ery el
tomlnated Senator H henna n a continued continuedWell
Well 111 what is 1 th thtJ matter with Fair PalrNotlilng Fairbanu1 FairthIug
banu1 banu1Notbltli
Notlilng thIug in Ute world responded respondedx relpondedLodge
Lodge x dge > Clo ho ahead and d nominate him himDominate htmNndnle himonInhte
Dominate anybody We are all 11 stand standng
ID ng I ready to help you youMr 101Ir youMr
Mr Ir ODell aaaured 881U the conference conferencebat
bat New York would take no action actionorclng actionrottlng actionriolflg
orclng Governor overnor Roosevelt on the eonrnIon eon conenlon eonen
not take taken tkeAny
enlon en IcJn and would probably
artlun at all on the vice tic 11 prert preelncy prertlenry
Any n ly
deny ncy tonight tonightTRIPF8 uallhtTmpS toaiKhLTRIPPB
TRIPF8 ITtlBNDa ANXIOUS ANXIOUSA
A delegation frota South Dakota Dakotahlch Dakotahlh Dakotahleh
hlch called upon Governor Roosevelt Rooseveltbout ROOIf < velt veltabnut
the clearest clearesttatemcnt cIareltIItatmrnt clearestatement
Ot perhaps
abnut bout noon got
tatemcnt from him that baa yet been bwnut betnput
quotation marks He U said In InMpons insponme Inr
put ut It in Quer from the head of ofhe ofthe ofe
to a query
r Mpons
the he e delegation Kipll NlIlIlIntnch NlIlIlIntnchOenUentn Hranch llranchOanUenlP Hranchasntlenien
asntlenien I am placed 1aeed In a great rtSt
and serious rloua quandry I am not notrolndtul notmindful un unmindful
mindful of the honor which you youwant youwant n nWRt
want to confer upon me I do not s sIt so soIt aoorn aoornIt
It or scoff at It but 1 believe tbs tbscan tbt tim timse 1 1better
can se better serve no my party Ut1la la New Newstate Y Y8Ute York YorkState
State than in the notion and I Ittlak i ithink UII UIIthInk
think that I should nut be nomine nominefor botflhltfor lftlnaft lftlnaftlor
for Vie President but for gorernoiNew gorernoi gov rn rnNew elf elfNew
New York YorkOne York0Ia YorkOne
One of tbe delegation aakexlt aA41Wilt aakexltWill ukfdtWill
Will you refuse refuseRoosevelt retuleRooatvolt refriesfloosevolt
Roosevelt Hushed and theiTMld theiTMldv Ilow IlowIv p > <
Iv 1 v and distinctively dilltlnctlvelI
I dont see bow I could ana qnlc qnlcadded qulekl qulekldded quladded
added but I have not yet entli entlimade enUI enUIma4t ntl ntlmade
made up my m mind mindWILL mlDdWILL mindWILL
WILL DC U HO08EVBLT HO08EVBLTTbeae Ll LlIbeae
These remarks were repeated to toPtatt toPlatI Mr MrPlatt
Platt and he Mid I think that thatout wl wlout with without
out doubt Mr Roosevelt will be beeftndldHte beeAtidIdale tile
eftndldHte for Vice Ice PrealdentBy Prealdent PresidentBy I
By Invitation General Aahton AahtonWashington AahtonWeshiniton of ofWuhlnrton
Washington bad a conference to towith toM toMwith tewith <
with Governor Roosevelt fie He Ie told toldgovernor tol4governor tile tilelOemor
governor that the Northwest waot waated Wanteknow c cknow to tonow
know exactly l8cU what him hi position Ii Iithe Is Istbe I ItM
the vice presidential matter No 14mmsHy hur hurall I Ially
ally all His h section was favorable to fto ftolett Bart BartItt 11 111tt
Itt Trlpp but If Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltlo wu wuto
to be a candidate they saw the rut futllof tulIIt tulIItot rutof
of their efforts effortsThe etlQrTbco aftortTb
The Tb governor rcpllfd that h hI did lidwant i iwant n t tnt
want nt the office but that hi feared f fthe fr frthe from fromtile
the shape IIhR P the matter bad taken takenwould takenworild h hwOlild
would have to take It ItHANNA 11lIANN ItIIANNA
HANNA WILL WAIT WAITThe WAITIha WAITTim
The conference In Senator Hann Hannroom nnnaroom Rantroom
room ended at 2X > without any act actresult actual actualrenlt eelresult
result being law accomplished Sent SenaHanna Senator SenatorUanna SentIlanna
Hanna said saidIt meldIt I IIt
It seems to me that t h8 t It would be beam ji jias JUlit JUlital
as well to wait until the delegate delegatesnyc i irive are arerlv
rive rlv and see what they want to toabout toabout o oabout
about the vice presidency presidencyHe pretd ncy ncylie
lie declared that the tim odrotnlstratl odrotnlstratlhad udmlnlstraUonha
had no candidate candidatePersonal canldtPelllOnal1 canIdatePermonahil
Personal he thought 8 nreti nretiLong cretLong try trylonr
Long wan In every way qualified qualifiedthe tor torthe
the position The senator believes U UIf that thatIt t tif
If Governor Roosevelt will take takeseine I Isame the theulne
same decided stand now that be to toa took tookIi t ta
a few weeks ago 0 in Washington hlnfton It Itput itput will willput
put a stot > to the talk about him Tt Ttstand Tht Thttand T Tstand
stand was 1 that he would not accept acceptnomination acceptnominatIon the thenonllnatlon
nomination even If It were tendered tenderedhim tnde tenderedhim to tohltn
him himAfter After the conference with Cover OoveriIlooMvelt Oovernor OovernorJtOOMvelt CoverRoosevelt
Roosevelt Senator Hanna was w asked askedBo alketlDo askeilDo
Do you think Roosevelt wants wantsnotnlnattoti t tnomination the thenomlnAUon
nomination nominationWell
Well coli I dont know l < now He knows knowscan be betan
can stop It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The latest candidate for Vice Ioe Pre Prelldent Petdent Predent
dent Is Senator N B Scott of W WVirginia Wt WtVInlnla V VVirginia <
Virginia Senator Scott waj j been brouiout brouhl brouhlout beenout
out by th the Virginia delegation wh whdecided whl whldecided whoh whohdecided
decided to give him her entire suppo suppoHis sup supIlls UlJllOrL
His 111 name will be Je presented re ented by b H HJ HOIl HOIlJ <
J Hampton Hoge of Roanoke T Tunderstanding The Theunderatandlnl I Iunderstanding
understanding Is l that Wit Vlrgti Vlrgtialso Virgialso lr5InIa lr5InIaallO
also will throw here twelve votes votesSenator votesSenator to toSenator
Senator Scott ScottROOSEVELT ScottnOOSEELT ScottIIOOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT DOES NOT NO DBCLIN1 DBCLIN1Gov DECI1NBIGov DECLINcloy
Gov Roosevelt today gave out outstatement tl tlstatement thl thlstatement
statement statementIn
In view of the revival Ivl of the talk talkmyself talkmyself ot otmyaelt
myself as a vice vlotpretJldenU1 presidential candidate candldiI candidateI
I have this to say sayIt la laIt mayIt
It Is I Impossible to express how del delly dMp dMpI tiely
ly I touched I am m bv b the attitude of the thedelegates thou thoudelept lbdelejates
delegates who ho have wished me to ta tathis takl taklthl Uthis
this thl nomination Moreover It Is Ignecesesry r rneceeaary not notn
neceeaary n 1 to say 18 how thoroughly I Iteritand u uderstand un undentlld
derstand the high honor and the digittf digit dignlof dlpltot
of the oftVv o lCt > an n omce ao high and andHonorable a anduinorsbie l1 10 10honorable
Honorable that It II well worth the at atbillon am amblUon a altIon
billon of any man In the lit United Stat StatiBut StatHut Stathut
Hut while wid 11 I appreciate all U thin to t tfull the thetull I Iruu
full extent nevertbetee nevert I feel rn rnlIyIast rnt rntfleW mOit mOitliaat
lIyIast liaat thIfiell the fleW if t my mtatn mtatnulnqee lINt tmtthe tile tilet11I48
ujnws to tola the ii public and ndlo to th the party partyYork rty Is Isl
l la 13 Ker h 1fe York Y YI Suit and It the par parshould partslOultlllet patIllouhi
should slOultlllet see tit to renominate me for go goernor gov govefUBr gctiiar
ernor I can In that t position help t tnational the thenational Iiattonal
national ticket as In no other way wayvery wayfery I Ivery
very earnestly Ilk that every friend friendnine friendnine ot otIRllito
nine In the convention respect my rn with withand vl vland vlimid
and my Judgment In this matter matterVOICB mailerYOICE matterVOICE
VOICE OF TUB STATES STATESThe
The Main deltgatlon delt atlon arrived at tl tlWalton the theWalton I IValton
Walton today tod The delegation la fi fiLong tor torLotIg C CThe
Long LotIgTbe LongThe
The Kansas delegation arrived Jh Jhmorning t tnorning hll hllmornln
morning < < and nl1 a number ot 0 delegati delegatirepresented dellgtrepntedthAt delegatepreaenteil
repntedthAt represented that th the sentiment for or Vli Vliresident Vice ViceIrealdnt ViresIdent
resident was w nearly unanimous ft ftloose tor torUOQIItvelt f ftooseveit
UOQIItvelt loose veil Deliver being second cholc cholcThe cholThe chokThe
The West Vrglnla rllnl delegates del tetl have s strrlved all allarrived m mwived
arrived Morris Herkhelmer the prol prolible probe probeRbi prolble
Rbi chairman of the delegation eel eelve Mid MidWI ak akWe
We are for Roosevelt It he can be Je per peiuaded perauac1ed p puntied
untied to take the nomination If t tannul he heeannut I Imnnot
annul be Induced to run we will go 0 f folllver tor torPotllvrr filolilver <
> olllver the greater part ttartof of UK UKVirginias UIVlrelnla usVirginias
Virginias contingent also 110 declareteelf declariself declare declaredHaelt
self for Roosevelt If he could be In Induced Iiriced li liuced
uced to make the race After ROOM ROOMelt Jtoovelt Itoceelt
velt elt they the were inclined to favor Doller Doll Dolllver Doller
ver er
erSenator Senator Mason of Illinois was A timerte amon amonhe IUMIIIthe
he te early arrivals He H loat no time I Iakin In Inlaklnlr I Iiking
laklnlr akin positive position agalaet Ooi Ooiujnws GovRllevelt GeI
Rllevelt RlleveltI
I am for one on of the candidates fo folce tor torIel frlee
lee President he said Id It matter mattertot InaUlnanot
tot t which who bo want the office and ar arrilling amhung re rewlllln
rilling to say A they want ant It It do no nowllfve not notbelltve n nihve
wllfve that Mr 11 Itoosevelt can In hone honeccept 1I0000racept itoacCeIt
ccept It If tendered t dret1 him himAmong blmH blmHAIn himMncng
Among AIn > 1Uf the most active people abouhr eliot eliotIi bout boutthf
thf hr Ii Walton corridors today tada was MM Mrslien IN J JIllcn J JlIpn
lien Poster president o ot UK Women Womenipubllcan WOIMDI Womenopubllcn
ipubllcan league She Is a atauncl ataunclupportrr etaunciiporter taunehIUliJl
I IUliJl upportrr < lrtfr of Mr Uolllver UolllverChairman DolliverChairman 1ohilverChaIrman
Chairman McCamtnam of the Orgolegatiorm Orogoi Orogoiflegatlnn ONClndlltJtln
flegatlnn said today I hope to hsvhe bay blvethe baye
the he e honor of placing In nomination fcIce fo foIce for forIte
Ice President Judge Trlpp of Soutl Soutlakota tIouthDakota Soutikot
Dakota kot In the event of Roosevelt Rooseveltomlratlon ROMeveltnomlratlon flooseveitmiration
omlratlon of course I shall not preeen preeenudgp pre preseridge nt ntJud
Jud udgp Trlpp Judge Ju < l < < e Tripp and nd ou ouelegatlon our ourdellatlon ottirgatlon
elegatlon believe lIeve that Roosevelt alioulinl about allouldIIIlt
IIIlt nl t be n > forced to take the nomination nominationloose nomlntlonRooteelt nontinatloiioaevelt
Rooteelt loose oaevelt velt will make a popular caadl caadlate cudlJate candiitO
< ate itO however but we believe Judfiirlpp Judfii JullleTrtpp Judgirnm
rlpp will be a strcnger man In tin tinObcv thetit tbeIt
tit
IuHt Obey the Court CourtSon Courtlilan Courtan
Son an Fraaclsco June IS 11The The trial o oie of oftb 0p
tb ie p contempt proceedings laatmitetgalnit laatmitet 1 ieetPdeiunit 1ec1 1ec1Iplt
unit Iplt Dr Klnyoun the federal quit nusrntlne quaraUnl quittin
ntlne tin officer for violating the Injtmc Injtmcon InJunotlOft
tlOft on n jMUed by Judge Morrow of Uiintt tile tilelftltftd thutited
lftltftd ntt tited d States court forbidding lorbl dlu him t tmtinus to tocontinue Ii Iimilan
continue any aD quarantine la I this tit Stati Statii Itteon Statiaccount
on i account of the alUfied IIk ecJ plague in thltty thlt thl1city
city ty 1 wa wu noatnoned today todaU1 Ui oourl oourlsting 001111etaU QOUFIltIn
etaU sting ltIn c that he might call the case atI at atanr i iay
anr ay I time after the tim answer nIW to the com comialai romplaInt corntint
plaInt tint had been filed one week w ws having havingNn IIlvlllIn haveIn
which hick flU flUID nlethe liltanswer
In Nn In granted defendant In to
the ID answer The Tim court made It tfelr tfelrthe leln lelnto inirthe
to > the attorneys tat any aRreeneat aRreeneatitered igreemealteresi Rl lea leaonteretl
itered IntA by counsel with a v vIew w t tvtlUog 10 10t1Ittll tetflsmg
t1Ittll vtlUog UM case would not be ben rsjcftg rsjcftgjfd eeojptl
n jfd tl by r the court who ho In lite h Mate Matent tltafePltnt wtatent
Pltnt nt from the UI bench stated tate that the thetfendant tbedel theentient
del tfendant t must mu show ahA proper cause why whyshould wit witlie wgshould
lie should not be punished for torgartlblg mUses dlsreirdlng mUsesilhtg
gartlblg irdlng the order of the court courtInillnns CIOQrlIUI1IIn8 courtIndIans
IndIans Startlnp StartlnpChicago StnlIIIJrChleao Stnrvittghlcago
Chicago June U 11A A special to th thImesHvrald the theTlmIUrald theneIftrald
ImesHvrald from Phoenix Artwma ArtwmaJfeht Artroaaht
Pu
Jfeht ht thousand Pima Indian ou toe toela tbeOlla timea
Olla la a reservation thirty miles from fromlosntr frontoentx fromPhoenlx4I
Phoenlx4I losntr ore at destitute and a like num numr number numof
ber r of Papagos are on the verge of ofirvfttlon ottuvaUon ofrvatlon
irvfttlon irvfttlonS
S H McCowen superintendent of the theaoenlx thePhoenix tIreoenIx
Phoenix Indian Industrial School hool has hasen hall1ln hasn
1ln en n directed by the Interior depart departpnt
l1I pnt ft to make an examination Into thq thqmillion thQcnDdltion thqimiflion
million of th the Plma He II declares declaresat dfOCla dfOClathat
that at 1 tbe Ml sole salvation lUOI of th tbe Indian IadlDI1t IadlDI1tIn It Itfederal infederal
In federal appropriation ap > > rnprl t1on for the th con eonSictlon conruction conatrvctlon
ruction of a utarsge rrvolr rrvolrAn rettrolrAn
An n appropriation of itlOM hIL said saidr MidMcCowen laidMr
Mr r MrCowen has been made for the tbelief tbllralltt thePt
ralltt lief Pt of the destitute Plmas Rations RationsII
111 II I be distributed before the end of ofr otthl ofeummer
thl r summer but the appropriation will willt willriot willpreelude
riot t preelude preclude a recurrence of the fam fami famIne
Ine i
ARGUMENTS AGUMENT8INHAWORTh A IN INHAWORTH INHAWORTH
HAWORTH CASICommenced OASCommeacd CASE CASECIo
CIo CIoCommenced
Commenced Tis 1 is Afternoon t tCounty by byCounty I ICounty
County Attjjijpfy At JY Slrwper Slrwperj SlrwperWILL StreeperlWILL Streoper1ViLI4
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or lr Wed Weitlisidny utility aiurnliis lo UlIlIli llhl More JloreISPKCIAL JlureJbler Morelixhoerl
Jbler TIItll TebtiIiII ur lOdIlJ lOdIlJISPBCtAL lOduiISPECIAL
ISPKCIAL TO T tJJII 1X 1B NEWSPurmulngton NEWS NEWSKarmlngton NEWSJnrwlltltOJl
Karmlngton July JI Je1yIn fIn In all 11 probi probiblllty probabillty probibUhty
blllty th tINt Hawortb Aurder arl ardl1r ease wll WI WIgo l lgo
go to the Jury on IjfewUy eiday ay night nightWednesday ntahtVedneeday < or orII
Wednesday VedneedayThe II e < tneada morning morningThe moral moralThe
The IMtlmony MJtn in before th thnoon thnoon Unoun
19 19p t30 t30P 1 1p
noon recess rteellva teattmoiitn WM tajfwtoday oda and at
cow cowraenctd Cilmhtn eonnieneed
p m County AttffWw At Btreeper
raenctd htn ed lh opening u Dlni turgament gument lI Il1nt for th thStato thl thl8tto LiState
State He 11 will be followed by Attorney AttorneyWeber AUorneWltKor Atlornelubcr
Weber ubcr and Hamlltoi 1flOllto for the detentand detent defensand detenrMIaDd
and E M Allison will close for Ui UiState U1State LImorning
State StateThis StateTIIII
This morning th t thi State te called Dr DrI I II
I Rich of Olden to UM stand lie tea teatided te teuntlll teltitled
tided that on May MI Sth t he bad an Intel Intelview InterleW Intelview
view with Haworth to the Jail and andthat e ethat t tthat
that time found him IU to be perfect perfectsane pert perleetidefense t1y t1yne
sane saneThe ne neThe
The defense as agrwd nt that Dr E ERich C Clllch CJUeh
lllch would testify Mlb I Mine lA Ie effect effectcalled I Icalled It Itraltd
called ao the iSamlwIWon na 11 ot ° that witness wit wHonea wilness
ness WM nude madey unttfMMtry unttfMMtryBy un unBy
By y stipulation it wtt w wsgred agreed reed that II IIP 11F IF
F Q Orallt rant of Salt Saltt Utfc delivered l lee leeturu lectures c cture
ture In th the Third w w4rd M at Ogden pi piJanuary on onJanuAry o oJanuary
January llth and nd JIftlWi I aMi IU lUll > laW II Th Tbpoint Thpoint Tblpoint <
point In Oils Ud1I U that fttUww for 101 the de defns detn detense
tense teitlfltd 1Iaworlavn lUworju llawo Having been aa a aa t ta
a lecture delivered ttr Mr Grant on thi thinlzbt tbanltbt lbnIght
nIght of Ut the murder murderII
II 0 Grant R ton W bbs dealer of SaiFrancIsco Sat SatFranclaco SailFraDC8eO
FrancIsco was es called calltO1I l bi y the State ti titeallfy to totnUfr t ttestify
testify to a certain murtnatlon ha hawith hawith had hadwith <
with Reaves at Ret Re4IMt WMg Cal C on thi thiUy thllar tbtlaj
Uy before beto the tb lau lattis r arrest Phi Thliwa Thlaw Phiwas
wa w was objected to by th tl t defense on th thground the theKtOun tbground
ground KtOun that tbAtll It was not ptoper per rebuttal rebuttalthe
the same question Rot having beer beeraaked beenked beeiuked
aaked ked Reave la lime ooHrt t t4rt sustained th thobjection tllobjection tbDbjectlon
objection but nermlttM tbe e State to re recall reocall reiII
call IUav Iteavea a who on ttta stand denied denleihaving deniedhvln denlethaving
having bad such a conversation conversationGrant o y tlon tlonGrant
Grant WM 111 then th call celled IMd sd staled thuLb thai thaithe tlaathe
the Lb day beftr the arret be asked uk hire hirewhy himh binwhy
why h he didnt return to Utah Reavei ReaveiMid Beavetmaid RMVAiel
Mid that he would own cemetnly only Ir It be did didth dl4tll di diib
th d dMroinona Mromona ro 10flll OCIii woud w put a rope rojxarSund ropear ropiir5und
arSund ar und his neck and hlR kI Him HimWhy himWhy 1m 1mWhy
Why ao Inquired the witness wltneBecauae wltnBeeutI witnessIineau
Becauae I was will fll Nick on the thenight Uwtnlht Ibmiight
night when h be killed th the old > M d man manThe manTh manThe
The detente undertook lo get the wit witnew wit1e55 It Itne
new ne to modify tlili statement lt tement and anddiked an ansited nd ndIkell
sited If Heaves did I1ldMat Mt ot say IA 5 slmpl slmplthat alm 11mphhit l lthat
that he was with Ntateap Nr the vihleheli nlrhl nlhtwbt1l nlrhlwhen
when the old train W kUlad BUI 1JUtGrat blilrant BUIGrant
Grant rant stuck to hia ateteAqt ateteAqtDr itt ataDr ittDr
Dr Scott wa was failed ta alI II WflU den dcfenaito
to 0 reply to Mine statement made by byDr byDr b br
Dr r Glvlns the famous Idaho expert expertbut txpeortbut exportlut
but this was all ruled out and both tldei tldeie aldeltlted aidetested
e tlted tltedThe ted tedThe > 4The
The arguments are now In progress progressFOR progr progrI progrFOR progreOR
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FOR OR ASSISTING ASSISTINGBROWN ASSISTINGBROWN ASSISTINBROWN
BROWN TO ESCAPE ESCAPEJohn
John Gray Ora a little man with a de deSdedly deIdedl deIdediy
Sdedly Idedl bad record wa brought down downram downfrom downrem
from ram the State prison today tOOa and anIIIctd anIIIctdon placed placedM
M a trial before beto Jude Norrell and andJUf1 a aury ary
JUf1 ury ry on th the charge of assisting Golden OoldenUrown Golden1Irown GoldenIrown
Urown to escape from th the pt on onruly onJUly onuly
JUly lilt th lies Assistant County Attor Attorley Attorny Attorcy
ley W T Ounter Is prosecuting and antile andhe andthe
he le defendant to represented by Attor Attoriey Attorney Attorsir
sir San Sanford SantordTn ford fordTn
Tn defendant Is I being prosecuted prosecutedinder proeecutedunder
under section 4M7 of the th revised revl ed stat statitee at attat stattee
tat tee known at a the habitual criminal criminalicl
act rt and nd sections fUG and 4117 defining definingnd
antI > nd d providing lrov l1lnlt the punishment for M Milallng yIIIIUn assting
IIIIUn sting < < 11 prisoner prl ontr to escape escapeThe eaea14The escapeThe
The Information alleges all that on July JulyI July3m
I 111 1 Golden Drown was undergoing undergoingmpriaonment underrolncImprllonment undergoingpriacnment
mpriaonment for burglary when he heraa hew heU
w raa U aited e < l to escape by Gray OI and anducceeded anelu endmeceeded
ucceeded u tdd in getting away U In further furtherllwed furtbtralleged furtherlmged
alleged that in April 18K the defendant defendantta
ta 81 convicted of burglary and nd semi semineed senenced n ntnced
need to four years In the th Utah State Staterison StteIlrllOn Statehon
IlrllOn hon In May of last year he was con conlrtd conIrtfld conelmti
lrtd of ltoiMebi IlOIItItbkkln uklng and nd sentenced sentencedo sentencedthree
to o three yen which hlch he Is now serving servingWhile 118rvlnlrWhile servinghle
While hle th UII lad trial wag W on the th de tiendattt depnd defendartt
fendartt pnd ni It will be b remembered made a atralhardy atoolbrdr aolbardy
tralhardy brck for liberty llberl which near nearf nNrlY neercolt
lY f cost < bin his life During n recess rec of oflie otthl ofC
thl lie C court It IK 1 dashed through tike U door doorf doorthe Ioorot
ot f the court room and succeeded In BPI BPIiK Kpttlng getg
tlng iK g out of the building and on to State Stateir tato tatorest
ir rest et t pursued by Guard Ihlneas Ihlneasoung IhlneYoung Phincasrung
Young rung who ran the culprit down after afterring afterRig ttertlrlNf
tlrlNf ring a few shots at t him himThe himTht himme
The prosecution thought It would UM
Drown a as a witness wIUI against Gray Ora ai aib a ahe 1 1he
b he Wa brought down today from U USlat Ute Ute1Ial I Ihale
Slat prison for th the purpose He ak asicto akto <
to b be fatc xcued Xcmjsedand arul nd Mr GrimIer oonclui ooncluied OODelutleel
ed it he would wo l4 not call him himBrown blmBrown himBrown
Brown I II now serving three tb es esten i iUnos n nIaruM
Unos IaruM ten two of three lb year are each ft ftbAfgltty tor torbOIdtI I IlJOSflhi1
bAfgltty bOIdtI and nouMbrcaklng JIobrea III nr end nd 0 cof ot otof 0ot
of tm and U4k i I half year 7ears for or ecplr ecplrfrom HCaplfro ecapiifront
from fro prien prienTh lIOn rlsoLThe lIOnrIae
Th tMthnody against Gray Ora wu wu1ft Jili Jilim mgien
m by Warda WI Dow Clerk Itow ItowPtOatu toit toitPbp Owe OweItIkItI
PtOatu Toung Iou D Detective Dtlect tactlv ve Sheets Sei Seiffesnit IIIneftt i igedt
ffesnit Janney 1an and otter offlcer famllli famllliwith fllllUarwltlltlll tenthwithtb
with wltlltlll the defendant record recordTB recontTIlt recordTbe
TB trial had not concluded whn tit thireport titPort IiiPeport
report closed clovedJACK ef closedtltclt d dJACJt
JACK ItlCHAUUSOX ItIChlAitizs DISOHAKGII DISOHAKGIIItHrbttr HISOUUQJIU1htrlJ IISCIIAIIQIIihirber
1htrlJ ItHrbttr Aooiifiexl Acctmcethorifpitei4iiit OClS of ICiiteHiiK ICiiteHiiKIMuie ICllt tofJlIt Jal JallIqulrM JeflquIroa
lIqulrM IMuie I la Now n Pros Mun MunJack 3IMIIhek ltiui ltiuiJack
Jack Richardson the barber arnal arnaled artas1J t tftI
ed 1J jUt April for burglary and held heldt o othat 011 011UJ4t
that t charge to the district court b bJudge bt1 1 1JUdGe
Judge t1 Timmony wa discharged b bJudg br 1 1Judge
Judge 1114 Norrell today tod upon u > n motionAssistant motion c cAssistant of oflatnt
Assistant latnt County Count y Attorney Ounter OunterRichardson GuntBltbantaon GunteyRiebardion
Richardson va 111 accused of breal brealIng brealcInwlnto breilleg
leg Inwlnto Into the barber shop of JaiM JaiMStiulr Ja Ja8t1ut SeSIluirds
Stiulr 21 2 east t First South street tnetUI au augetting i igettiflJ
getting UI away with Ub numerous raaon raaonetc ralOte rasoree
etc te The prosecution did not ot believe believecould I Icould It Itt
could t < Iuld make out a case ca agalast the difetmdant di difetidant detetldant
fetidant hence th the motion to dlmtiMTrlnl dlmtiM 4 41lnl dinntlamImlni
Trlnl of n Hoplovln Bull BullJudge 8ultJude StiltJudge
Judge Bootu and a Jury occupied th thsupreme the theallllrt1D1 IImimitrem
supreme court room today In a trial trialthe of oftbe i ithe
the cue of William J Crowther v vJftlu VI VIJoJUI t tJelui
Jftlu O Mattel th tbe estray tray ann IlOUnd IlOUndII hiOriflhastier annXsut
hastier XsutThis II hastierThis
This 1111 U a suit to replevin a browmare brow brvwnmareot browmare
mare mareot ot the tb value of S75 76 and 114 a col colof cc ccof OIl OIlor
of tM th value of NO 10 alleged to have bavbeen haveb hatben
been b en wrongfully WIOp tull held by It the defendant defendantThe WenaltThl defendinThe
The paw Me was w tried before Justle JustleKroeger JUlU08Kroep JmisticKroeger
Kroeger lilt February Jlebru and judgmsirndred judgmcn judgmcnrendered JudPlntrendfred
rendered In favor of plaintiff Fronthis Prom Promtl Pestthis
this tl Judgment the defendant appealed appealedThe appaemThe
The attorney lu the cue are Ray Vai VaiOott VaDott al1 al1OoU
Oott for or plaintiff and D N Straup am amF atmFr llIt llItJI
F Jo J Qustln for the th defendantWntttr defendant defendantWntor defendntJntttr
Wntor Wntttr Jntttr Onno on III Trial TrialTbe TrlliTbe TriulThe
Tbe case cAe of Frank Frk Thompson Thon ThompsonLepben r rStephen ySlepbf
Stephen Hay et t al was called l11 for tria triabfor trialtlt tria4S0r
Ia
Slepbf bfor tlt Judge Jd JUlea nu today toY with stphn stphnahd 5tepbe 5tepbeaM
Frank heft Hoffman heftiran
ahd Smith for plaintiff pllnUI and Ink Jot
man for the defendant defendantThe
tl dfecnt
m The action involve title Ut to certali certaliwater ertln ertlnW certalaUtr
To acUn
W water right In the th Brown Sinfonttch Sanfon Sanfonditch Snton
d ditch tch tr In Buttervllle ButtervllleUWBPN DutUrle DutUrleIJWSON fluttrvlhieLAWSON
LAWSON AXDEMBRY AXDEMBRYWill AND E EMERY EMERYlviii mRY mRYWi
Wi Will Ilaco on 01 tlio Saucer Track To Tomorrow Tomorr Tomorrow
morrow morr Kvonliiff KvonliiffTomorrow RctiIiiTomorrow ellll I
Tomorrow Tmorrw night nllht race rc at t the saucereck sauce sauceLrack Aucr Aucrtck
tck Lrack will wl make the star race meat m o oLhts of oftlS airis
tlS iris Mon Mln The fifteen ffeen mile mie match mlch rae rc rcbtn raewteen racij
btn j wteen tVtei John Lawaon Lwln the Tecrtbli TecrtbliIw Teble TebleB TeerihiIwd
B Iw Iwd < l who hold hQlc the th worlds recon reconor ron
to or twenlyfour hour and 0 E Btnery Btneryhe Ber Berte Imerhe
te he bttt bt of local loallnr long distance dltnc men wll wlll wi
bl l > is the thefeaturi feature They will wi run rn for i itnr a aPI i ilure
PI tnr lure of 110 180 M given rven by b th the Salt Slt Palaci Palacimauagement PIc PIcmalpment Psiacnezisgement
mauagement and ad will wll be paced by y Join JoinLawwbM JohnWl Johiawonii
malpment pe
LawwbM red devil motor cycle rid ridlen riden
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Wl l r King and Wily Vaughn Vaughnwo
len en by b Billy Bly ICII ahl Uly
two wo California CaUlrn cracks oks Otcar Olr Juliusnother Julius Juliusmother JuIU JuIUathr
mother favorite rlte of last year yer Is ex exect exllte cxocted
t
athr > octed ect d to arrive arrl In the morning mornnr am amiho aiimhotUd nd ndlbQla
lbQla llte iho hotUd W he b get gt hr he In time tme will m cute enteior cuteor ntertor
tor or tomorrow night 1111 nlghmtsraces nlghmtsracesJmj1 t races racesand rac racan4
Jmj1 unorw and Iver Liwons Law LWa ons younjes yotingesrethr younjeswho
rethr who IriU mad m remarlcljl4 remarlcljl4or rrJ1
1 edtd or 01 a li younswtcr otlte I ii al alomlnp aIim aIimaming ll llmln
omlnp mln on and will Wn soon 1 b be sn N on 0 Uu Uuucer U 1kmarjter
ucer arjterOther ucerOthw
Other urr urrOthe events tpr tomorrow tomorw night wll wllnclutl wl ttIIwhude
Include Othe two amateur mteur fr ease In which w1I 1 al alhe anthe iibe
he popular pulr young rider will wi take tke part partrtcluainr prt prtIlcludlnr parttclumhlng
youn <
rtcluainr Meakin A W Smith ham Bainiridga hamridge In Inbrllg
Ilcludlnr brllg ridge SamuelMn SmuelROn Gramet o rm llodgen llodgenmd lodlert lodlertand
md I apworth lpwortl IapworthLOSTIIIS > apworthLOST
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LOSTIIIS LOST HIS JI8GOIJD GOLD WATCH WATCHrlsco WNfCHFrisco
Frisco Saloon Sa1001 Jinn Mauls fnl is Entertained Jntertalnel bj bja I b bit
a I Woman WomanA WOUln WOUlnA olilahl olilahlA
A liquor lquor dealer deler from Frisco Frco Utah UtahMMnted UtahIInt Utahrasonted
IInt MMnted himself at police 11108 beadquarrc beadquar bdquartel
Saturday evening and VOwed forth forthtal rortha forthtale
tel rc Sturday evelin anllllul
a tal tale of woe wo He le said that he had beep beepntertalnlng bp bpentrt beepitirtihnini
entrt ntertalnlng 111 a young woman w mn who took tookill tookhll
UM 1O gold watch to remember him htmy
hll ill Ii 11 t wtch rmemler
b > y it The Th victim vctm outlined outn the days a pro proram proIt promm
the theik thelll theks
ram mm which Included the race rac
It ik ks and Dually tnlY ending enlnc up ut at Fair Falrhllua 11lrchlu8 Fairitids
lll hllua roadhouse rdh on State road rl1 At Athat Attht Atlit
chlu8 tht hat lit place nle he mid lid his bl female temle com comnlon cm cmInlon cornmien
Inlon mien took hi hi his watch wtel while he wa wabulging wahtulrlng wasdulIng
bulging In slumber Ilul1r The woman na naen h has haswit
htulrlng bn en located lote as a a denizen denizn ot Cojn CojnlifKOUMATIUX C CTnercial TI TImralltretJl
ercial street
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lifKOUMATIUX ISFOlfAlIX WANTKD WANTKDDaniel WATEDPanlel 1LT1DDaniel
Daniel Oullfoyle of Dover New NewiBrniwlilre NewUamphlre Newarnpshlrs
Uamphlre iBrniwlilre write to the News New on enulrlpg onqUlrJI onmiilpg
ulrlpg after afte the lb whereabouts wheot of one onehomas oneThoms onetoniC
toniC qUlrJI Oullfoyle Oultole who left If his hil New NewIngland NewIlglnd Newigland
Ingland home hom In 1 118 liO W with wJh the avowed avowedumtlon avowltlInteUol avowedtunUoti
Ilglnd InteUol umtlon of 011nr going west wt He le would wou11 now nowe nowbe nowaborit
be e aboui 40 year old Any Infonna Infonnalon Intonntot
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tot lon it abut that tbt can be b b given yen to Daniel Dniel Gull Cullie Gullyle Oul
tole yle ie will wi be b highly I IOJIDBST appreciated appreciatedUBST apprlte appreciatedBIST
UBST MBMBKUOPTHKCilUHCII MBMBKUOPTHKCilUHCIIA 31I31IhIClt flm 0 OF TIlE 1E CIUHCI CIUHCIleter CIIUILCI CIIUILCIletter
A letter leter haa h been bn benreoeived received rived by thews th thN the theNew
New N Wi from Mr lIr Lucy D W Allen Allenrittw Alen Alenwrte Allenittun
wrte rittw Jiy J henMf hrC In her he eightynfth eightynfthear ellltylttth ellltylttth1ear
1ear ear ar and without the aid ltI of spectacle spectaclelalmlng spectaclesiitning ptce ptcecllline
cllline lalmlng to be bltht the oldest oldllt living mereer mere tnember
Church having been hap bapzed hapied
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November 15 1K8
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I
UTAHANS PHILADELPHIA AT PtILADELPlIA PARepublican PA PAlRepublcan PARepublican
OthersDelegatcs Delegates for McKinley and andRoosevelt nodRoosevel andRoosevelt
Republican Republcan Delegation Delegato1 and Ollicrs
Roosevelt Roosevel if i the Latter Later Wishes WishesC C E I Loose and Silver SilverRepublicans Siver SiverRCIHblcansntonnl SilverReptiblicansNatlonal
Republicans RCIHblcansntonnl ReptiblicansNatlonal National Committeeman Commiteeman
SPBCIAL IPOIAL TO TUB NEWS NEWSl NRW3lhila4elptmia WI WIItlpla
l hlbuMphla Itlpla Pa Jun Jun Jung 18Tue 1Bbe rage rsular r ragelar >
lar delegates I to th the convention eeDCI are all allhere al allhere
here Governor GDr Well Velt and aD Messrs MessrsKearn iessrsXearnu
Kearn erna and ad LOOM J0 ar ue comfortably comfortablyhomed cmOby cmObybo comfortabLyhoused
homed bo at the Continental Contlnntl whit wl Seoa Seoalor I Sceatoe
toe lr Brown Drwn and ad Messrs er Satherlaisi Itbr and aadHanson andhanson
Hanson IaneD are 1 at the th Flanders 1dN Other OtherUtah Olr OlrUth OtherUtah
Utah Uth poid Ip P ° 14 in evidence evlD are aN State ButeChairman BtateCharn StateChairman
Chairman Charn Walton Judge JUde Barter Brtel Ur UrP MeP r rJI
P H 1 Unnan and nd Alternate Alerte Clark ClarkHomer CIrk ClarkHomer
Homer Homr and Mm i JonesThe Jones JonesThe Jon Jonl
The l Tlsh 1111 headquarters bd4uartt1 are at t the theContinental IbeConUnell1 theContitieralal
Continental ConUnell1 and Ind Governor WeDs Wfll who whoprovides whoprldl whoprueldcmm
provides prldl there the w was buny b y all al day yesterday yester Itfrday estrr estrrday ¬
day making th the acquaintance aqualntnC of vlslt vlsltln II IIIn Islt Isltlug
ln lug d dthsles l j < it and at n newspaper pa 1 r men nwnTbe nn nnThe menThe
The morning papers all a1 have brief briefsketche brt brtIk4tche briefsketches
mlg papre
sketches Ik4tche at Utah delegate dltl Mrs MrsKrarn MI MessrsICearnu
Krarn JCfn and a IXK J Iooes > HI coming comln in for the thelare th thelargest
lare largest < t share ai har h of attention because buf if iftheir < > f ftheir rthlr
Irfft
their i pronounced > ron un d silver 1evhwI views four yean yeanago yearsaIu 181 181ao
ago end prlnu their th perfect ptt aNentmrjt aUtnllt with withthe withthe wltt
the Republican Jlllbln en party partyMr lrLIr partyMr
Mr Ir Looe Lle is I quoted quotHl8 as being Wn the au author author nuher ¬
thor ot a saying aa11 which Is I regarded rtilnO as a
Stiver Republkan in inUtah InUth Intitsh
tiromb wnong Rebln
pr uJ 11f for torm forma
Utah No more paramount IMUM I t01
mor pramount
Uth want ant my vote be has hasHot tea teamgot
ma m If any 11 man Jn I l
Hot to b be o my l tloketAU ticket Utke ticketAll
b
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8t AU tb the delegate of course cur are for or Mc McKlnley McIChnisy > c cIt1 ¬
Klnley 1 l for dt President Peldenl o and tIln In case Roe Roeel Roan Booseveil Roanveil
It1 veil will accept pt the nomination nominaton they theyar t timeasa
asa ar el for Wil him 11 a fr fe Vice President Paldat though thoughthajr thoUh thoUhh thoug thougthu
thajr h l ar 0 unwilling unwllato to fore tOI it upon him himnrtsilnm 11m 11mlw himhi
nrtsilnm hi will willOoVernor willQovernor
OoVernor rnor lw wU V U ha b strong Itrol leaning Inlq In Infavw I Infewee
favw Of Judge U Bartlett Trlpp TrllP lor Vice VkePlvsMent VrPNt VicePreeldenc
PlvsMent f O ut on account Brtet ont of his hil friendship friendshipfor trlendahlpt
for PNt Utah and Oi nd the West WHt and thinks the theothr theo theothet
othr t Ut delegates Itea from ttah will support nupportTrlpp auppot auppotIt supportFttuft
Trlpp o If be develop tVlop strength wtrenth en en emough < m h In Inother Inole inother
other western m States to warrant it itMuch I itMuck
ole Much wf lliteYs inter lat centers tnttr In the mating matingto mtlnto
MtJ
to take place at t noon non today toy at a tire th ttah ttahheadquarters trulhh4larter tumhwsdtpaarters
1
headquarters pa when th tbl the delegates will wtldecide willdeckle il
deckle h4larter who is I to be b national commllu commlluman commltj commltjfro comnmlttiimin > <
man df from fro Itah tta It I I I Ii believed bl vt thrrr thrrrwHI thlrlw thepewg1
wHI w be a deadlock deadlockPhtiadMphla d ddlk dloek dloekPhfladetphla
Phfladetphla Pa June une ItAfter lAtt a atw atwo atwo
ephl
tw two hour meelliiB tnF the th delegates delt failed failedto talJ
to agree crt on national committeeman commltleemanTb rmltemn rmltemnT
Tb t vote itood Well ell Kearn Klrn and andLOOM andL andLoose
LOOM T far 0 IItO J 1 Salletwry SIIIII Brown Suth Sutherland Sutimerlerid luth luth4f1 ¬
erland L and Hanen Hanson for W B McCor McCornlK MeCurhit1 lcur lcurnl
4f1 nlK nlKAdjourned nl
nlAdjOurned Adjourned till tl evening eVlnl
CHINA OPENS WAR WARON WARON
ON OTHERNATIONS1 OTHERNATIONS1Seventeen OTHER NA TION8a TION8aSeventeen
Seventeen Forts at Taku Fire on 01 the Warships War Wareships Varships <
ships and Are Quickly Quicdy Silenced Silencedand Silencedd Sienced Siencedand
and d Captured CapturedAlagazine CapturedMagaziiie CapturedI CapturedMagazinc
I
Alagazine Exploded ExplodedBriish l3xplodedBrilishi British Have Four Men Wounded and a Gun Gunboat Ounboat Gunboat
boat Damaged DnmngedJapnn Japan and Russia Landing Large Forces ForcesNo Forccs
No Word from Pekin PekinForeign Foreign Legations There are Taken TakenNinth TakenNinth TakenNinth
Ninth U S Infantry Ready to Sailbut Saibut Delayed by a Typhoon TyphoonInternational fyphoonInternational phool phoolInteratonal
International Interatonal Troops Reported Back ack at Then Tsin TsinTroops TsinTroopsScnt Troops TroopsSent
Sent From Fron British riish India IndinI IndiaRussia Russia Demands Indemnity
Washington 8tlno June llbe lIThe IS The navy 10Y d dparUnem de depre m mPertinent
Pertinent pre t baa h been bn Informed Info by bymital A Amlral Ad AdIaral
mlral Iaral Kempff that the Tsku Tllu fortt t ha1 ha1fired hav Ii Iitired
fired fn on the foreign toNl1 warships wnlhlt and aft afta afe afea sf1a
a brief e engagement t surrendered surrenderedLondon urrnre urrnreLnfon urrenderedLoniQon
London Lnfon LoniQon June Jun IS 1A 1ZA A dispatch cth fro froChe trom tromCl friCbs
Cbs Cl Poe Joo under unla todays to dale BOTH BOTHTlit soyaTile YI YIThe
The forces 10r of the combined cmbln1111 Heels heelscupled o ocupled 0 0cple
cupled cple the Taku north forts to ywlardt ywlardtafter rteray rterayaler yestardafter
after aler ex exploding lolnr a magailn plln Th Te The liri lirilah Url Drlb
lah I gunboat Ilbt Algerlne Alprne was WI damage damageand dmge damigiand
and two of her he oittcers n and 811 tour mi miwere tI tIwe niwere
were we wounded woundedJapan woundedJIn woundedJapan
Japan and all Russia nu are ar reported reprted to tolanding I Ilanding be belanding
landing a large I force tor of troops troopsvAH tlpL
vAH 1 Ui 1 is quiet here hereKEMPPP hee heeKJ lureICEIfPFP
KEMPPP aUNDi THIS FIRST NKW NKWLondon NEWILndon NEVLondon
KJ 11lJ IJND TIC FIS
London Lndon June 11 1 5 515 IS 1 p InThe mnThe in The dl dlnatch dta dtapth dIpatch
patch of the thf Associated AIIted Pr Pre Press M from A Amlral Ad Admlral Antlrai <
mlral pth Kempff ICempt dated dte Washington cottalnlng cot contllnn co cotainting
tainting the admirals report rpr of the ei eigagement en enement e egagement
tllnn amrala
gagement ement at Takn Takt was the ti first llt ne neLord n new newLrd v vLord
Lord Lrd Salisbury SIbur received reIved of the captu captuof cpur cpurot
of he Taku fort f fortsThe t tThe
The British government wa awa awathat awithat wr wrthat
Brltlh genmnt
that an engagement enent was proceedtn proceedtnbut preln prelnbut
but U I waa w Ignorant Igort of the result lult s sthe ai aithe ad adthe
the greatest satisfaction U I evinced evincedThe e evincedImbe uc
The gtet oOotJfi oT the th foreign for gn olflce ulce M Mno s sno y yno
no Te word oo liflf teen lwn o received rle from tl tlBritish the theBrltah II IIBritish
British Brltah wor tnlnlier mlnlar fJ at Pekln Plkln 81 Sir r Claui ClauiMaxDonald ClaudMaDlald ClauMacDonald
MacDonald sine aJno June 12 and the th go goerament goennment gv gvernment
erament MaDlald la Ignorant aa to whether tl tllegations the theleUoB t tlegatiotte
legations I at Irnorant th the Chinese capital ha habeen habeen ve vebn
leUoB been bn captured rAptur or not The aflinlrals aCmlrl ainirhsthe c cthe on ontb
the tb spot ar re relied rele on to overcome ovorlne a adifficulties al I Idiffirtdtlee
difficulties p Admiral Admirl Seymour the liiilab Ilrli IlrliIsh 1IritIh
dlncutn lab Ih commander not nl being bl 8ymot hampered hmlJr t torders by byoren I Iorders
orders and ni any A requests ruta wIde It he ma mamake mar marmke rntntake
oren make mke will wl be b promptly llrmpUy met metGERMANY metOEHMANY metGERMANY
GERMANY RBPORT8 RBPORT8Itarlln RJPORT RJPORTln tICPOILTSlenin
lenin June JII II 1 139 13 P II i ra mhe znflta Tie Oar Qeiman Oarmn Cuman
man ln ooasul at Chi Pea l oaulee cebl cb that tltatpw I Itmetut 1m 1mlbt
tmetut mn pw Olul ment la pracatdlag at a TaXu Tku U Utweeu b Iitwen <
tweeu WWl lbt tin Ut CMneee ChM pl forts Crt and the th forvig forvigjraraJUpa rurlAt foreillvftrskips
jraraJUpa jraraJUpaSEVENTEEN lvftrskipsSEVRNTIEN JUsIJ
SEVENTEEN N FORTS KNQAQBD KNQAQBDIxtudon HNOAOGDlondon ENOACaDLondon
london June li 1abnpl ILShanghai Shanghai is I to tlfront tl thfront tIfront
front again with the statement Itatmllt that tli tliTaku lh tITtrku
Taku TA ku forts for wth have been bn occupied otlied by b tli tliinternational the theIntentonl Uinternational
international troops According Ang to toChe toCite a aChe
Intentonl trp
Che P Puo < x > special seventeen nte forts tomolwmed tomolwmedlire oHrne oHrnelire opernlire
lire upon F pl the warships warhlp whereupon whereupn th thfleet the thetNt UElect
fleet upn replied In II kind and silenced aJltnet tli tliChine thl LiChinese
Chine tNt rple guns The International Intertonl fore lor lorubuent forcimubesquentiy foresubsequently
CIn subsequently ubuent gna landed lnde and ald seized Ize th thforte th tIforts
forte forteThe fortsTime I IThe
The news of this engagement tntementla is staleto stiltto stale tltedto
to have hae been brought Iroulht to Clue Ch Foe F by byJapanese byJapanea 1 1Jpne
Japanese ln warship but the date of th thoccurrence the theourn tIoccurrence
Jpne occurrence is not given eD According Acrln to todispatch todlptch todispatch
ourn dispatch dlptch the rhlnee ehtne bombardment bmbrdment fo folowed fo tolowed
lowed an ultimatum ultmtum sent by the com commandera commndr conmanders
mandera mndr of the fleet fleetFOREIGN tletFOREIGN Uet UetFORllN
FOREIGN FORllN LEGATIONS LBATJONS TAKEN TAKENAn TAICEN TAICENAn
An official omel dispatch from trm the Germs Qermaconsul Grman Grmanclul Germsconsul
consul clul ut Che Foe 10 received ree1 In Berltt Berlttconfirms l3rlliconfirms ln lncnfrna
confirms the th arrival of a Japanese Japne totiwdo tot torII tothub
cnfrna
hub boat bt with the th following tolowln message messageThe Plgehl
II The Tht hl Japanese JAIn torp torpe torpedo 4o boat bl reportLimit report reportlliat rllrta rllrtathat
that the Ispatlons Ilrtol at t Itikln ltkln have hvE betaKo be beeWhether n ntlkD
taKo taKoWhthr
tlkD tlkDWheUr Whether taken by the Boxers Bxlr or th thChlnesje thChin thuThineae
Chlnesje Chin troops tr or the mob mol la apparent apparently pprent pprentI
ly I not staled staledA
atte
A later dispatch from the earn ln const constin tnlul tnlulIn conann
in n lenin llrlln this tli morning morlDg states Iat that U t ai aiengagement a amngagrnent sn snenggement
engagement is proceeding lllng to Taku Iw Iwtwen 1 litwean
wean twen enggement the Chinese Cblne force torc an anti n the for forelgn for forign
elgn wareblpg wareblpgIlerlln varehuipaIlerlin
en Ilerlln lrJn wslhlp also has ha olllclal ole1 iaformatlui iaformatluifratn Informatluntrom intormatluruin
fratn ruin Shanghai Sh Iba I referring rlering to the interuption Inter Interruptlon Inte
ruptlon rpton of Ulecraph line lnn No trust trustworthy trulltwurlhy trusiworthy
worthy news newl whatever IH obtainable o oth ot otthe clI
th the lI events event troniplrlng tranplrllC In Pekln PeklnNINTH JelJ isklqINThI
NINTH U S INFANTRY JIANTRY BN 1 ROUTH ROUTHWashington nOUG nOUGWalDton ItOUTSVuhrington
Washington WalDton June Jun 18 lBTbe ILThe Tlw war de department df tieurrtment
partment prtmet confirms cnfnl the report rlr that thiNinth thi tbeNlntb tbImnth
Ninth infantry haa ha been bn ordered ordlr from fronManila fromMnla Ironlanhla
Manila Mnla to China Colonel Ltarom L m com commsnds cm cmmanda cornnands
msnds the regiment remeat which has h Itheadquarters iteatiquarters It IUh
h headquarters dquaell at t Tarlac Trlac about abut tw two twohoun twiiours twhour <
hour distance dlatanO by b rail rll from fr Manilaar Manila ManilaWar IIa
War ar department dvrtenl officiate ofclal sa I say > that thiregiment the therclnt timegiment
rclnt regiment probably probly Is I already lly aboart aboartthe abr aboarmhe
the China transport trann tran lr < ort and ready r to ton sail foi foiChina rorChina tobina
HBLD l LD BV A TYPHOON TYPHOONWashington TYPHOONWaanrt TflHOONWasidngtoe
Washington Waanrt June U hIrbe The war wa de deitartment deIlartment tieartment
itartment ha h received rived the lh following tollwln ca caItletrram c calegrein <
Itletrram llrrl from f Qeu MacArthar XaArtbr at t Ma Mailte Maifl la lanl
nl ilte ifl dated dte yesterday yesterdayNinth 7eutrdaytnth er
Ninth nth infantry 1lltl Col LUcam Laom ordered orderedTaku order ordereda
to a Taku on Login lntrpnaUon transportation Port PortUbert lio P011lbrt
Ubert probably start Iart flth Jth Typhoon TyphoonMay 1phon 1phonIrfv Typhoortsy
Irfv May tsy inovatnt inovatntCOMMUNICATION movornentCOMMUNICATION t tC
COMMUNICATION C tUICAON 11BOIJRNED 11BOIJRNEDNew lDOUlED lDOUlEDNe
New Ne York 1o June Jun lBTe iLThe The Great North Northen
en > rn Telegraph J company Olpn y has 11 Issued laued lauednoto a atotloe adice
noto dice to t the th Commercial Commeral Cable cble com comanr col coinsf2
> anr Dt to the t effect te that the li line I to the thear tlt tltFar thiar
Far ar Raat t are ar In order oer araln aralnThe anne aaInTb
The Tb central enlrl cable cbl otto 0 of th tb the W U UP UT tCo
T In P ng Co 0 this morning Jrlr Issued le th the follow followng tolow tolowIn followTelegraphic
Inllblo ngTelegraphic Telegraphic llblo communication tnunlot with withrku wltbTlku withaku
rku and Ties Tl TEn 11 has 11 bm b reesiab reemiabuhed reesiabIshed elb elbIlht
route Ilht Ished outeThe tuteThe via th ti tire Siberian Slbrr and a Helamoro Helamorooute lelamoro lelamororoute
routeTe The Te Commercial ComlJIaI Cable Cblf company Ompey alsoakes also alsonakes 11
nakes a similar Imllr announcement announcementNTBRNATIONAL announcementtTRNtfIONAL nnuncmnt nnuncmntINTERNATIONAl
INTERNATIONAl TROO1 TnO1 S RETI RE RETrRN mTln
TrRN TrRNLondun Tln TI RN RNLoiidun
Londun Lnluo June Jla IS 1 4K 4 p m rnTime mThe The ad adtilralty admily adIrsity
mily tilralty offlce otc oce han b received rvf the follow followng folow folowInl
Inl ng It oniclal olll1 dls disiatch > atch from tro Che Ce Fcc Fo un unfr undrr usr
drr fr r todays toyl date 4ateThe dateThe tatt tattThe
The Japanese Jplnt manofwar mnofa Teyaahl Teyaahla
haa II a just arrived arrlvl from Taku TJu She Kh report reporthat rpr reportsat
hat at the rommandertnchlef romnandrInchlet and troops troopsTV tr
or TV v back bck at t Tien Ten Tsln TslnIR1TISH TllnJnUTI TuinRITISII
JnUTI IR1TISH l TROOPS THOI TO T Fl TUB FRONT KKONTMJmla 1RONT 1RONTml FRONTmIa
MJmla ml mIa June 15la It lLl la oonaqviie o1eo ofIC of ofh o
th h IC gravity vlt of n th th the China Cln situation situationbe Ituate
the be C seventh lventh Bengal oQ Infantry Infantr ha lisa been beenrdered bn bnorder beendered
order rdered to proceed lr to Honekeng HonekengRUSSIA lQkeng lQkengnUI81A hlungkengItUSSlA
RUSSIA nUI81A DEMANDS DAMAGES DAMAGESIxjndon DAMAGESJAndon DAMAGESLndon
Ixjndon June 18 IA 15A A dispatch dllptch from fromhanebal ffGmShansbal fromanhai
Shansbal hanebal aayg Ys Russia lu1 has ha d naudd IllmAdt clsanazudadty nauddty
nfr ty million milion tools tall Indemnity Indlnty for f the thec
c
damage dmc done doe to th t Chin Chln Chinese railroads railroadsin mllds mlldsIn
in which hle Russians are ar Ire Interested InterestedPiclilT tnteretUFIQIIT InttellFI0nT
FIQIIT LASTED L8TED SEVEN SIVJN HOURS HOURSBerlin JOtJS JOtJSBln HOURSorftn
Berlin June 11 1The Tli German aern eon oontut on onul eonmu
Bln
tut mu ul at Cb Foo Fu telegraphs teliph that thta a aJaiMtn aJsimsnsae
Jsimsnsae JaiMtn ID torpedo tOrdt boat bt from trm torn Tuku has haabtvttgtll hnsblUlltthl hasbtiught
btvttgtll th the following followingTh tollowlngTh followingThe
blUlltthl Th Chinese Clne laid lad torpdos toro In the theTaku th theThlcu
Taku Tku Th the and nd collected culecte trooo Il from fromShan tromShan frqmnShan
Shan lieu Kwun The Tb foreign tutln com command Ot Otmanlll centinanders ¬
mand inanders sr assembled on the RussIan Tluselanllaiehland RussIanIlauahlpand HUNlnnl1phlllad
llaiehland manlll addressed adretI an n ultlmttuin ultmaum to tothe totht tothe
the l1phlllad commanders ommndel of the Taku forts fortssutirinoning fortflsummoning fort
summoning lunmonlq tht them to te withdraw wihrw their tlielrtroopsj thtr thtrtroJ theirtroop
troop before beror t oclock oclok June 17 1 At 1 1 a am 1 ain
m I troJ June Junlltbe 17 the guns of the forte opened openedlire opene
lire to which the Russian British BritishFrn Dr4IIIII11ruieh dtlh dtlhFh
11ruieh Frn Fh h and ad Japanese Jpan warship WRrhlps replied repliedT1it rple repliedTime
Time Tn bombardment lollbrment lasted lutf seven Vn hours hoursTwo houraTwo hoursTwo
Two British trlllh shlpn IhlPI In Il the river rvr between betweenth betwe
th the forts are art reported reporte to have been beensunk bnaunk beenstink
sunk The telegraph line In un and railroad railroadbetween rirod rirodbetw railroadbetween
between betw n Tien Tn rain and Taku was m dl dM dMtroyed deettoyed eM eMtrYed
troyed trYed Communication by b water Is Isalso Isall Iaalso
also all threatened threatenedKBMPFF Utratenlld UtratenlldICMIJl threatenedJigMIlrp
KBMPFF ICMIJl WANTS WANT INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONSWashington ISTRUCIONS INSPIIUCTIONSWuhhigton
Washington Wublhton June U 11he The navy depertinent de department dlprtment ¬
pertinent has b acknowledged the Ulr re recelui toceilt
prtment celui I t of two cablegrams Icknuledg received reed fromAdmiral from fromAdmiral trr
Admiral Kemey and nd Iomraander t olidander Tuus Tuussig Tul Teussig
sig The first tnt II as a follows followsCavlle folon folonCal followsCsvite
Cavlle Cal June 18 S40 14 a m mBrau rnBureau Bureau of ofNavigation atNavrtlun ofNavigation
Navigation Washington Wublntonu11 Tausalg ca cable e eablea ¬
ble Navrtlun that Taku + aku forces ort tired fre upon upn for forelen forelit torel
elen el gun vessels uell and then surrendered surrenderedto lurclder
to the gn allied aled forces tn on the morning motnlDJ of ofJune otJune ofJune
June 17 KcnipCt Kpmpl asks Instructions Inltructlol about aboutjoining aboutjoining but butJolnln
joining other othfr j llWlrl Powers owcr > who are taking takingunited tanl takingunited
that th thTaku be beTaku
united unl action in demanding dlmndln th
Taku Tku forces fore be b turned over 1 r to them to tosecure tolur tosecure
secure lur favorable favuIblA termination trminaton of the thetrouble tMtrobl thetrouble
trouble trobl Will II the department instruct instructKemMT IDltrct IDltrctKelNt InstructKempff
KemMT KelNt through Taku Tku at Che Fcc F Fccgive and andgive an
give inc m the same information informationREMIT IntormatOI
gve m REMIT REMITTh nElB
The telegram tl4ram of tho tl oonunamlir aotpsandsrTauusig oonunamlirTausslg OJntr OJntrTaul
Tausslg of the Yorktown Yortown to a as flt fltCh ZOIIwss ZOIIwssCbs U WS WSCh
Taul Ch Cbs Foo F JMM JI 17 JTku h7JXiku < Tahu fime fimeflred te tef e efired
fired Upon foreign t ln veeto v nVxwt bt 114 II n nm nI aIn
m f AmviMiersd S p to silted t feecas fott t 8 8in IIn I II
I in I Th Th The British DrUll r admiral admirl a M TAUSSIG TAUSSIOTHIS TAUSSIGT11 TAUSSIGTilIg at Then TienTAUSSIO Ti Tlt Pilfli PilfliTAUSSIG
THIS T11 WILL FETCH HIM HItParis HIMParti 1m 1mparll
Paris June U hRM M f DtoiM De 1 ha hv hair now nowsummoned nw nwInlle4 nowrumnmonod
summoned Inlle4 the Chinese minister mlnJtAr to Parlft Parlftand P Ppriaand rl rln4
and n4 h baa B requested rellte him to Immediately Immediatelytelegraph Immeitey ImmeiteytkgJ1lh immedIatelyLele7ruIb
telegraph tkgJ1lh the viceroy vicroy of Yunn lunnan lunnanthat tunnanen tunnanenthat n 8n 8nthai
that France will hold him pwaooally pwaooallyrMponelble peraoiuthlyreeponeibto
lrn wi PY PYrNllnble
rMponelble rNllnble zeus uni for the lines lne of French oltf oltfMHS of ofuni cltfzeus
ANOTHER INTERRUI INTERRUPTION INTERRUIIONNew TION TIONNw
Nw York Juno Jun 18 18 6 1 p m mTht nrTh Th Com Commercial Corntuercial < m mnarl ¬
mercial narl Cable company has just ju t s sent Hntot sentntt nt ntout
out th the following notice noticeAccording noticeAeoln noticeAccording
ot According Aeoln th to t the tb latest advices adl land landlinen landInl landlines
linen Inl between btwen < Taku and n Lutat Ca a tale taleitnph UleBttiph tte ttefrpl
Bttiph station on the Hetampo lemp route routeoontlKiioue rute ruteontguol mutexrntiguou
frpl ontguol oontlKiioue to and ntI to the northward northwar of ofTaku otTk ofPaku
Tk Taku are now nw Interrupted interrupledBATTLE tnterruptltlDATLE InterruptedDATTLE
BATTLE DATLE WAS ON SUNDAY SUNDAYWashington SUNDAYWashington 1 1Wuhlngton
Washington June 18 1The 18The The actual actualnewt aotualn actuallewe
n newt of the situation situaton in China vraa f rnse1vsth re received reove ¬
ceived by the navy n nit department In two twocablegrams twoOblegrr twoobuegranrs
Oblegrr cablegrams ove the contents ot which were weremade weremade verenado
made known as follows followsThe followsTire
koWI II 1010a 1010aThe
The department has ha received reho n nol ca cabtogmm ondsgrnmmi
11glun btogmm from frm Admiral Admirl llemey at CaIt Ca Cavlte C4vt
vlte It dated 18 that Informs the depart departtnent dePrt dePrtDnt departDent
vt Dent Dnt that the commander of the Taunlg Titus Tu TuBt Tituspig
lg oable obl tt that the Taku laku forts at the theouter theouter theruler
Bt outer river Pel Ho lb tired frf on the foreign foreigneun fOr1
run v veusei l8 l and surrendered surrendere to tire tht niled al allied alle ¬
le rn lied forces for on the morning of the 17th 17thThe 1th 1thThe 17thThe
The department dettartnent ban ha Instructed lntruete Adninth Ad Admiral Admlral ¬
ninth Kempff Kempl to concur with wih the Other Otherpower Qthorpwers otherwers
power wers In taking tkIng all IIItep8 steps necessary nerr to toprotect toImutset I Iprtet
pwers prtet protect all American Amercan Internals InternalsA Intert IntertA t tP
A dispatch dlptch from trJm TausalB TAUSI dated dted Che ChePoo Cheoo
I Ion
P Poo oo IT says say ay that the Taku torts fired flradon fre
on foreign torlgn war vessels vel at 1245 I4 In the thelaornlng theIlng thesorning
Ilng laornlng and reiwlft rfrortl that Uie tb Brillsh Brillshadmiral DrltlsbImlrall hIritishLdmiral
Imlrall admiral U at t Tien Tim TimGAVE Tsln TslnGAVE TllnOAYl
GAVE OAYl AWAY THE TJ SECRBT SECRBTTh 8 CRI I IT
Th T press pr dispatches dlptcbe from Manila Manlllast Manlllastnlht last lastnight battight t tha
night saying Aln that the Ninth Infantry Infantryi Intantt
ha i ad d been In ordered < d to Manila nlla for tr Mrviee Mrvieem nl
11 m U Chine exposed onl the secret aret plans piN of trm trmwar thl thnear
wa war department xp to dispatch troop t P tohe to tohe I Ithe
he scene tnl of trouble in China lbIDA Secret Sr or orler ordra orIt
dra ler were sent to Lien MacArthar aeArtntr a fw fewlays fwlay tlWda
da lay ago a to prepare prpare for th the prompt promptilspatch prompt promptdlapt promptippatch
dlapt ilspatch h of troops tn to Tuku but It I was wastot w5n I t tnl
nl tot Intended Intenle that the matter tnate should lbuld berime ba baome b boe
rime oe public publc until tbe movement r v met was at atearn at1lt attest
earn under udfr way ay Now that tt th th the maltir mIUarciked maltirwaked mUlr mUlrItked
Itked waked out from Manila tli the officials otall of ofhe oflie I Itbe
he war department admit admi that tba th th time ml mlntntatratlon administration S Smnttlon
ministration has h concluded < to semi aantlroopi semimops
mnttlon
tP mops to China < 11 for tu the protection proteton of s the theIve theye 1
1 Ive ye and ad property of Ainerlcan A rlcn citizens citizensACT citlwngACT cUUM cUUMACT
ACT OF AV WAR Ml AGAINST AOAN8 FRANCE FRAN FRANCElaris CD i iParis I Ilarl
Paris Jun JUI < is 1 645 4S p m mhl The Frenoh Frenohoasul Ituh ItuhCI Itranchisati
CI oasul genet pnellilln general ul in south luth China Cn who was wasaatnicted wasIgtrricted s sIructe
Iructe aatnicted to mend nd into Int Tonquln all al the tireeitchi theVettcli thePt
Pt Vettcli cltlscn at t YunnanSen YUbIIn cabled cabledrom clt cabled0ut
fr rom tbe latter later plaro plal under Uder date dt ofhuriday of ofrhuraday ofThy
Thy June 14 1 that he h had II Un Uninvented beanrevenled n nrvnte
invented rvnte from leaving Ivr with wih his hl com comlanlons compa0 coinInions
lanlons by the viceroy vicroy and that tbatbou Ma Malouse kinisie
pa0 bou louse and all al the tb mbwlons IJn have been beenlaraed beeniruied n nb
b laraed He UP add ad that tlt everything erthln In InItMllni Inrtllf liiinihug
rtllf ItMllni their tber clothe dot have bve been bn stolen Jttolennd Btol Btoland <
and nd that lht they t y an practically prtcaly prisoner prisonerTh prlD prisonersThe
The Th Th forgoing lorloln is the situation r refereed rel reltt refereedty femdi
tt i > by ty thtf tb F Ftnl French nch h minister mnlte of foreign toretl itf itfsirs It IttI atIii
tI sirs Iii U 1 Deicasim Deica Dlc In I hi h his speech Ih of JuneIlZIi June JuneItlXU
1 1SIZI
SIZI ItlXU IKlMGOiV UUuGOA Ml SSli SSliInn HAY IAY HA1IAVAV HA1IAVAVMl UIWAY UIWAYllln
llln Inn of I ortl < Huberts lub rl8 to Cut Off 01 tho thollttor timeliner 0 0Heir
liner Heir Army ArmyLondon Arm ArmIdon Antilondon
London June U UA A belated blate dispatch dispatchrom dlteb dltebr
r rom Lord Robert Rb sent nt from Pretoria Pretoriaun Pret
June un In it II IL give an otnolal olkt1 vorsion elID of an antuck a antack I Iauek
tuck on gv a British Uh putt pt at JS 11 7sd d river rlvrun riverme t tJun
Jun un me U 1 by MO 1 Doera Di with three tr gun gunssays gunt p pI
I t says ay that tlt Oewral 01 Knox Klx with a mixed nrixodore ma mixedrca
to ore rca I drove oft or the Boer D who left llt tour tourt IQUrted our ouread
t ted and a4 four tr t prisoners > rtoner rne on th tte the told toldh hi ekIllrltitth
Th h British lee I wa w Major Maor 8 S1 Seytniut SeytniuttO > in r rnd i iand
and nd two men me killed kllf and nd nine nln wound woundA wol wouaie4 wouaie4A
A rumor rmor at Capetown cJton that Lord IM nout Rob RoUrt RobIs
t rt Is I I Is abt about to eelse f11 the Delagoa Dtlar Bay Bayllroad D DayIhread
ralr1 llroad at a strong tron strategic atrtelc point Put and andh af
the h a announcement announm nt of tb the tmp < ompstlon Uon at attie 1
the tie 0 new cabinet cblnt constitute rnllUlle th tht the ardy ardythcr ny nyother i it iU
other news 11 of the South Africuvioday Afrlot0ay
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