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DESERET ± EVENINGEWSTESDAY EVENING NE1YS TrESDAY JUNE 10 1900
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RUN OVER AND ANDKILLED
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KILLED BY CAR CARJijhn GARc GARJ9hn CAlJQn
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p before JwJte Cherry aw ana a Jurf JUrfwtlh jUrftp jUrftpWtth da1 da1Mllh
Mllh Twomer Twom Twomey TwolRfylor tor plalntlf plalntlfand pllntlfIInd patnUnd
and nd Waldwln ft 4 Rlcketta for the tll d dftqdant 4e 4eftqdant dfqdnt
ftqdant ftqdantThe
The plaintiff to thta action II > the fi fither t tCt tther
ther or G Herbert U Welenkamp a a11ymold I I11yurod n nII
Ct 11ymold boy who vrm al killed kIII t tliroug tlirougbelnft throuchbelnt tIwouibeing
II being run over by on of the th defend defendant lIfeDdlint defenMIt
ant companys cars at t the tit Intirwctlo Intirwctloot Intrtt < tlon tlonof
ot State and nd Ninth South streets trwtaSunday o oSunday on onSunda
Sunday afternoon July Jul tt 19M 19MThe 1 1The 1The
The aomplalnt alleges IIeie that th the inotoi inotoirain motoJun notorman
rain In n ohnrifa of the Ii car failed fUdMund t tMund to tolIOund
Mund the alarm gone or give any anynM AI 11 11II Ii IiTu1
II nM or warning to the deceaeed deoe td of ti tiCRYe th thcars the thecar
cars car approach approachIt
It It I further alleged alleg that at t the tlmof time timeof tinof
of the accident the car waa w wa runnln runnlnat runlltnrat runflhlst
at a rate of speed In exceta of twelve iwelvmilts twelvemiles well wellinhlia
milts per hour contrary to the ordln ordlnance ardlllIlnCI ordhiauce
ance and resolution re olutlon by which th the dc dcfendant defendant d dendant
fendant company obtained IU fran franohlto franohlao iriJ3y
ohlto ohltoBy ohlaoDy
By reason et the Jwb < of hie Mr MrHerbert IOnUrbert ec ecIfrbert
Herbert the father wynh etye 1JIt hi has beei beeidemoted b be bedomned n nt
t demoted In the cum of oUIGOOO oUIGOOOThe of1OOOThe J 10000 10000The
The defendant In ltd answer dent denlethe dentt denhite
the t e alleeatlens set forth In plaintiffcomplaint plaintiff pJaII1I1IC8o palntlduompIftlnt
o complaint oo lalnt and further anawerlns sneweringlltei al alKits aiUtt
Kits that the accident Injury am amdtath ami ardeath
1 death of Herbert H Watenkamp wer werwholly welwhohlr ere erewholly
wholly the result of his hI own negligent negligentand
and that of his father fatherThe fatherThe
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The taking of testimony had not oon ooneluded ooicluded ooncla
11 eluded cla e4 when this report closed closedYOUNG oloeedI oloeedYOUNG
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1 YOUNG MAN KILLED KILLEDBobcrt KLLEDl lULLEDRobert
l Robert Allen of Lewiston ton Victim of 01 01Accident Rn Rnt ii iiAc1dcnt
t Accident AccidenttBPECIAk AecldcntI Ac1dcnttBPECIAL
I SPECIAL TO TUB TIWLogai NBWS NBWSLogan NRwar
r Logan June 19 19Wold Word has just Uat bMi bMireceived b breceived n nrtCelvoo
received here of the violent death a aLewliton at atLew1eton I ILewieton
Lewliton on Sunday nlffht nl < < hl of Rober RoberAllen flob flobAllen1
01 Allen the nineteenyearold eon o oWilliam of ofWUllllm I IWilliam
William and the late lat Miranda Allen AllenThe AIIna AllenThe
a The young man was riding a fraction fractionhdrae fractlO1Ihdre fratIothzie
hdrae that reared backwards and fell felharlly fellhI1Vlly isbavily
harlly killing him Instantly InstantlyHo
c Ho was a student of the Brlfehaii BrlfehaiiYoung DrtghmYeung ilrlghaiYoung
Young college and will w 1I and wWel wWelknown wdlyknown widelknown
known Ills funeral will take plac plactomorrow plcetomarrow p1sttomorrow
tomorrowMISS tomorrow tomarrowI tomarrowMISS
I sI sIMISSSADIE
MISS MISSSADIE SADIE AMERICAN AMERICANThe A lElUCANI
I The Recipient of Many lIuII Honors Ionol Ltgoon La LaKoon
1 1 goon Today TodnySn1tar rodn Saltutr Tomorrow TomorrowSUM
b SUM Sadie American the able am amwall aat1 anw1l
1 wall 1 known organiser of the CouncilJewish Council o oJewish of oft
t Jewish Women and secretary of th thNational the theNIlUo Ii IiaU
National NIlUo aU nal t association l 141 being beln road th thrtplplent the theV thrtplent <
V rtplplent of numerous well deeerv deserveiwnors deeervhonors d ertd ertdhonors
honors while in this thl city She WM w mos mosroyally mott mottr moroyally
royally r entertained at the residence residenceirs o oMr of ofIr
Mr Ir irs i Simon UamberAr Iiamb rser yesterday e terda after afternoon aftrd oCtalnoon
noon ThIs morning she talked Inter Interegtlngly Intratlngy Interetlngly
d egtlngly to the Jewish women and thti thtiafternoon thlafternoon hi hiafternoon
afternoon she was the guest of a pleas pleasant plsallt plesrant
ant party pelrt to Lagoon Tonight eh he h will wlltalk willtalk wItak
talk to the th women of Salt Lake taktt at the thiJewish thJewish
1 Jewish synagogue Tomorrow tnornlni tnornlnishe momlntr
tr she will be prsenl at the graduatlni graduatlnixerclses graduatlnrI graduathnexerclus
xerclses IXrel of the University at the Sal SalLake SaltIAike SalLake
I Lake Theater and ant1ln In the afternoon will wllbe willbe wI wIbe
be the guest of the onicen of the > tw twlargest ho twlargest
11 largest branches of the National Coun Counoil Counall Couno4i
oil of Women and b be taken to Saltalwhere Saltal Iallallwhere Saitalwhere
where an excellent program will 111 be car carrled carD carTied
D Tied out and where a banquet will b btendered be ber bteflered <
tendered tend red her Mrs Susie Young Youn Gate Oateiwill Gates1ll
r will 111 be the toast toastmaster matter of the otcasloi otcasloiand OtculonIln otcealoand
and Iln Mrs B I n Wells will respond relvondthe ti tith to tothe
th the best Women of the Far West Westwhile WHthlle Westwhile
while hlle Miss JI American will in speak ak k to th thsentiment Ihe Iher thsentiment <
r sentiment Women of the Far Boat 3atldri BoatMrs DIutI
I Mrs Ida M Bamberger will n npond npondto respon responto pon ponto
to Friendshipit Frlend bIJl1I Tie Mrs Blmlna ZimInaTaylor 3 3Tayler SI
I Tayler to Woroana Voice Mist Row Rowg RoeGoldberg
1 g Goldberg ° lflbrg Old Hopoa no Old Friends an anOld and andOld inOld <
Old Tl TI86 a Mrs Loulee B Felt l elt The TheChild TIleChlt4 TbC1IId
Child of the Pa Put t Mrs O F Young YoungThe YounThe
The Child of th the Future Dr Ro Romania Romania itomania ¬
mania U Pratt the Western eetrn lionsWeman lions PlonwiWeman PlonHrWeman
Weman Mrs Annie Bcfllller Th ThTwentieth The TheTventlelh ThTwentleih
Twentieth Century ntur Woman Mm MrsllIia Ira IraBIIa
Bllia Boyle Hopes Realized1 Mrs MrsEmma MrsEmma OlraEmma
Emma J McVlckle The Link lktweeIthe Hetweer Hetweerthe netwfnthe
the Home and nd the World Mrs MrsSHnnle Mra1 Mrsflnne
SHnnle J Snow Speed the Parting PartlnjSBVBXTEEVT11 PartiniIaI
Ouut OuutSRV
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SBVBXTEEVT11 SRV TEE TJl WARD FESTIVAL FESTIVALThe
The Seventeenth ward people hay havtarranged bavarmnged hayarraige
arranged for a festival to be given thli thlierenlng thuevening
IC evening at the home of Mrs Ir Mina Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non 74 north First We West t street The
lawn and ground have been wired for foreleetrlo forelectrto foielect1o
eleetrlo lights and Newton band hai
been engaged for the th oM oooalon lon while
Phil Margetts will entertain with corn somtof cornof omeot
of his speclaltleit speclaltleitCHURCH 8111I11IellT
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CHURCH NEWS NEWSTh
Th The regular monthly meeting of the th th111gb
T 1
High Prints of the Granite 8takf of
Zton Zc will convene In the Farmers ward wardmeeting wardmettllt wardrnstlDr
meeting house on Saturday lard day of
June at 10 oclock a ra A full at ¬
tendance of High Priests II requested
John Cook N V Jones Chilian L MIL Mu Mu1es 111
ler presidency of quorum quorumI quorumlJLE
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nl I THE HE MILLSPAUGH11ECEPTION 31ILLSjA IIIJLSPAUOn1tECKrTIONAI 0011 ItECEPTION ItECEPTIONIt
AI 1 It Will lie at attlic Ibo Conjrreiratlonttl ConjrreiratlonttlChurch CohlgIeatfona1CIrnroI
Church Chnr h Friday Jn 8 Evontnir EvontnirTh
Th the U WacIt Wacjsts > ebn in Inubk th the public schools met mettod mlttoday mettasv
tod today and perfected arrangements rraft JMftta forth for fortht for1M
tht th reception reet ton to tl be given dV IN honor of ofJ ofJ
J V Mllletwugh for many ma years Ian IU IUMrtJitdtt auertstenesrt u uiwtatendent
iwtatendent of th the Salt Lak City Citysjeheota Ctt CttICbook CityEhook
sjeheota sjeheotaThe ICbookrl EhookThi
rl The reception will b be ilrea III at the theI thepsijori
11 I partott of the Pint Coairsfatlonal CoagrssUonalcvreh
dwirh la corner of Fourth Bait st and nd ndUW
Plm IAt UW Boatb street on Friday mnlnt IftltlnWlU
aud wIll be quit informal In Chaise ehracer ChaiseOwha
t er r
erOWl Owha Owinf rOwinf OWl to olrcttiMtancec the com commHtee como cornmitt
o mHtee mitt tlt will b be obliged to confine roIIft Invi InvtaUoM InviUttoiu
Uttoiu to teacher III n the public school schoolpMt ICboolind schoollpast
pMt and nd prevent and to the U present presentand presentsad nt
1 and 4 former form members of th the board of ofeducation ofon
1 l 1 education IIttet 110ft on
There wUl b be no formal program of ofany ofti4 ofw51
any ti4 w51 w51but be served servedWill tort but ut light refrehm refreshmwu will willUI willa willSIL1
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UI Will BB HEARD FRIDAY FRIDAYTwtlwoor FRIDAYTNt1aoey JUDA JUDAr
r Twtlwoor T r lit h l t BftJoitn Bva inog r rtameMt lit litIe
Ie tameMt proceeding will wttlM w tak takall n b bfire M Mfr bsfire
fire BfMwtai 4al 1 Master TwAmey TWlme M MFriday 1iFrida 2 VeIosk VeIoskPrday
Friday Frida JIMmi rns ta
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MRS IRJGASKEY IRJGASKEYBADLY R JI i CASKEYBADLY CASKEY CASKEYBADLY
BADLY INJURED INJUREtSerious IWJURESertous
1 1Serious
Serious Accident Up City Cre CreTdls Cr CrThis Creek CreekTf1Is <
This TdlsFALL Afternoon ANerneonItALfJ AfternoonFALLi
FALL 0 VBR OlUt AtfBMBANIQIBN AtfBMBANIQIBNLlttln Nl NlLilli
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Llttln Cktrul Ifjl Cn enlUfOJ bieP hf > yllnii Jlnlliler line Her Arm rm rs Iii llrkg IIro IIroklI Iii1ii <
kg klI li 0 01111 CuriditttU nUIItil of 111 lbs Jlollior SBdrlrUig Herl SB itrl >
rl II IIaUJIqIIOJpliCileIt IIaUJIqIIOJpliCileItW1 IJJ 9 Jlob ICIlut ICIlutiWhue4rlyir
iWhue4rlyir W1 1s4dYlu drlrUig CUr Cltrthis CII CNk Ccani CcaniIbis lanon lanontbll
this afternoon Robert J Caaky ea ey prliclpal prli prlnrtpal pr prciptil
clpal of lb > lltlate Institute a aldpjMly at atlUsfnjjrtly and andItll1Ipfty
lUsfnjjrtly met t wKh w h an a accident accidentwhich t twhich bl blhlch
which Mr Cafkef WM u dangerous dangerousInjured danre1OulyInjured danerouInjured
Injured whlle her little daughterCart daughterCarthod
hud her right arm nn broken and tl tlother th thotberl I Iothers
other were all more or lest injured injuredThe tnJuredthe InjuredThe
The party rt con colJllJllted iited besides Idel a Mr lr ar arMr aRlt a aMn
Mr 11 Caakey Cuk of their three childn childnand dlUdrenanti childiand
and Mia Cukey cuk of f Illinois who whovlRltlng whovldtIn I Ivilli
vlRltlng villi tin thvm thvmAll tllvmAll thunAll
All went ent well with them until aft aftthe aner anerIhe sf1the
the Drat brick tank WM pawed and andpoint tt ttpoint tha thapulnt
point where wh the thJlronerl prisoners ar are re at wot wotwa work workwal wewas
wa reached lere on one of the horsi horsishitd horlellahled IorIhId
hId and aa A man rushed forward to toth totb get getthe
th the animal by the bits bit I The horseonce horse i ione at atonce
once commenced to back and In an It Itslant In Intant I Istint
slant the 01 carriage carrla and nd Its It occupant occupantplunged occupantsIIUnced occuparplunged
plunged over th the embankment ftftee ftfteeor ftttNnor flitsor
or twenty t went feet t high All were WI throw throwout thrownout throtout
out except Mr MrCaaltey Cak + ey y and th the young youngichild Joungrrhlld youngchild
child Mr CMkey was hurt by U Ufall the thet1I t tfall
fall an n dthe wheel ran over her Hbdc Hbdcmen abdomen abdmen
men causing serious internal InjurliIhs injurlt injurltTh InJurtth
Th Ihs child Carol was thrown with HUC HUCfore lIuch lIuchforce eu euforce
force that the right ant rni wu broken brokenIn
In th the dash down Ui U the hlllilde tt ttback the theck t tback
back ck of one hone Was broken brokenDr
Dr 1 > r King wan w notified notfft of th the accident acctdetand accidentand aeckliand
and as a 1 quickly M possIble OII I went to tt ttscene the thelCene t tscene
scene with lth the St Marks ambulant ambulantand ambulanand mbulanceand
and conveyed Mrs Ira alky Ca key to her haireast horn hornSOS
SOS 05 east First South street streetThe streetThe treetThe
The precIse nature of the lady lad Ir Irjuries InJurl1 I Ijuries
juries are not yet et known but they the ai aivery are arevrr a avery
very Mriou rlOUI and nd at thIs thl time fear f fher fi fiher fur furher
her recover ar are entertained entertainedGRADUATES
4 1 IGRADUATES 1CRADUATES
GRADUATES HOLD FORTH FORTHFourth FORTIFourth
Fourth r Year Y ir Normal Class of the UnTytriGIvs Unlyers UnlyersGlvw Vnlverslly VnlversllyGives
Gives Interesting Program ProgramClass
Class JI Jongt HOII and 8pe Speeches clu > Ucro ero Ib Ibcciitiuuully Jlxeelll1uulollr Ii Iiceptluuhl1
cciitiuuully Ilne Lnree Au Audlcnto Audlente 1iiidicirco
dlcnto IVoent lrcIitThi IVoentTh IruentThe
tl tlUniversity tht thtUnlTemt 1 1University
Th The normal grauatlng claag ela of
University held Itil It exercises l > In room rooiN roomII rooII
II of the main building thte monitniThey monitni monllngTbe morninThey
They Tbe wer W of an n exceptionally tine tin 01 01der or ortler o oThr
der abounding with wit vr t humor and tl tlIlth till tillPith t tPith
Pith o clinic nII The room WM beaut beautfully beauttfuJlr besUlfully
fully decorated with bunting an anstreamer altrsaiiera lId lIdI
and blue bluTh blueh blueLbs
streamer I amera of red white
Th Lbs h fifty ftft graduates fOrtyBli yew younladles yewiift ounl ounlJa
ladles Ja iift I and four young men occupie occupieseats occupletats occuptseats
their brlgt brlgtand brlhtand brlgand
seats ats on the nMtrum trum and
and happy f tllClt c w were r refreshing rfrehlnglook to tolook
look upon uponTh uponTh uponThe
Th The exercIses netcl were opened with withpiano wIthpiano lth a aptano
piano stlection Iectlon by Mis 11111 Gertrude Felt Felwhich Feltwhloh e ewhich
which WM artl l1tllltlolIy lo Ily rendered Th Thcam TlHtn TlHtncam Thicams
cam a aong by iy K quartet ompoeed ompoeedfour oC oCfour
four young ladle IIt ot the claw Th Thsong The Thelonlt TIsong
song WM a lPoe mot ipo clever parody pI1r parodyOnly o oOnly on onOnly
Only a Dream1 DI98ntrand and evoked vok d rounds roundsappluui rom reundsappliluN s of ofapplau
appluui appluuiA
A report ofth third yes cla ClaM ej IXrdN ejtret a arclsei
tret rdN held the day before was mad madby madeb rna rnabp
by b one of th gradual it was ver veramuilng velaualng rr rrJ1Iulng
amuilng being full of pleasant ccl ccllaP rail raillery all allIt
lery It
leryMU MU 111I Ida 14 Parrott proved a trmcur trmcurhouse trlurehou treocuhouse
house hou of bright thought and rich hu humor humor himor
mor in her paper on Cuu I History HistoryThe 1IItorThe HistoryThe
The claM cl song IOn which followed prove proveto proVlt proVltto provito
to b be on one of tht th moat amuflnsr amun fen features fentum feitures
tures of the day da It wu a parody o oBleep on onlleII a a8leap
Bleep Kentucky Babe It contalnmany contalne contalnemany coatlnedmany
many local hits and tId pointed thrust an anth atthe nd ndthe
th the third year claw el and some om of th thInstructors fJIe fJIeIntructura UInstruclurs
Instructors Including Mr lr It L McQnii McQniiMl 1lcOlUe111u MCOhIMiii
Ml 111u Ruth Palmer followed a at Ot Otorator t1rutor 11 11orator
orator of the CM cI chess Her theme wa waAre 11 11Ar viAre
Are Ar We Worthy The address WI wathoughtful WIthourhtful WIthoughtful
thoughtful and was w worded in a ver verfelicitous very veryteUrltou verfelicitous
felicitous manner The central thoutwas though thoughwa thoubtwas
wa was the conldrlng of th the question a ato as asto i ito
to whether or not the youth of th thcountry the thecount t trountr
country count are worthy ot the th free C aduca aducatlonal eductlonal aduelLional
tlonal system which entails suoh suohhigh auahIh a ahilt
high Ih tux to maintain maintainThe maintainTh maintainThe
The Th W glee gl club created great amum amumment amUDment amusinent
ment In a very clever original dltt dlttwhich ditty dittyhtch dlttwhich
which htch WM full of humIiui hum I jus thrusts a avarious I Irarioua t tvarloua
various member of the faculty and Ib Ibthird tbe tbethird Uhlrd
third yfar ilaaA d dA ilaa iauA
A esrise rill of picture were then IX IXhlblted e elbItsd x xblotted
blotted which were very amusing Th Thfirst Tbll Tbllftret Tblist
first one of which was Why WI th thJunior the theJunlora Diluniore
Junior Didnt go to War Then fol followed followtd telowed
lowed a bnrleequ on Mile Dabcoek b bMlas bMill bIIUSI
Mill Ituth Palmer which hlch WM u Intent Intentamudnx IntenMly IntenMlyamulnJr Intenasltrnuslnx
amudnx amudnxMl trnuslnxMiss
Ml Miss 111 Annie Moore exhibited much o othe oC oCtht che
the he spirit of Tennyson in a beautlfuand beautiful beautifuland baautlftiiid
and original daM poem poemTli poemTh poemTb
Tli clan song ngl were the principal princlpfactor principalftt principsactors
factor ftt of the da clay and th the one which whlclfollowed whichtollowed whicoliowd
followed the poem was 8 among the bee beeon beetoa IMnw
on onMl nw nwMIss Ml MIss IIII Blanch Thomas Thorn distinguish distinguishherself dlUDIUtlhedhemiC diatinguleheeiself
herself in a prognoetloatlon It was W8ImOlt wasfloat i imost
most splendid effort achieving th thhigh the thehlh th1gb
high literary merit that ha haa character charactericed cha characterged cJer cJerlied
iced this young ladys Id efforts In the thipMt theUt thast
pMt Ut The thought were w re exceedlngl exceedlngloriginal ncMdlnIorl1nll xcedInglri1na
original ri1na and very humorous If the thivarious therlou DrRrhoui
various rlou member mtm of this W lllustriou lllustriouclas lIIultrlOUSrI Illustrisulass
lass rI attain I talnl to th tM grMtnee points JI04ntedout Mntaut pointsout
out ut for them by Ml Mise Thomas Irnaalnn Irnaalnntlon tmlnaHon Imatnaion
Hon the universe will be tilled will willtheir witht WItIheir
their t glory gloryThe gloryTh 101 101Thll
The Th burlesque on th thin year r elsa clMiilnirlng cl clIln elsatngthg
Iln ilnirlng < < ln practice conwltal the th audltnoi audltnoiwith audtwnerith udt4tnoewith
with It Itl flaring dUxwilg and the Uiemodlc U lpal epseodIc lpalmod
mod modlc odIc Ie grratloM of the genius wh whwielded whowtfl Whirieltied <
wtfl wielded ed the baton batonTh batonTh batonTte
Th Th normal norm I scholarship which whl h wa waInstituted WII WIIInlmuted W Wnstltuted
Instituted by th the clam 1 ot 5 M wu pre preiionted piented Ire Irel14ntf
iionted nted > cl by John Condle president o othe of ofthe o1w
the 1w eta clue In a few well worded remark remarkThe remarklThe remark1be
The 1be gift consisted of fifty dollars llars li licash Incub Iiash
cash President Klngabury r responderiefl reaPGntJed reaPGntJedbrlelly ondt ondtbriefly
briefly riefl thanking the th dais for Its gen generous geniou n neroul
erous iou rift riftMr giltMr s ft ftlr
Mr lr Franklin Keel ltl In a few wel welchosen w1IchOlen wsihosen
chosen remark marks preMl d to the thINear thin thinyear thirdyear
year ear claa d cia a hatchet through the mean meanof mMnsot mesaC
of C which they the might be able to fight Itiway Iti Itaw lt ltray
w way through the Institution In connie connootlon connectlon connieIon
tlon with th the hatchet he e alto 110 prevent preventpipe PrtHfltlda presesitapipe
a pipe of PMOO OII Th perfprinanct perfprinanctcreated pert perfrmaneirested unnee unneecrf
crf created > atecl much laughter ubter fir Calder CallIerpUf re repiled ralied
pUf piled lied > d briefly in I behalf of the class clftMThe ell ellTbe classTb
The Tb sxsrcIs Uftl rcis wr W 1110ttd k ed with t trl a acolull rlas
colull rl las song which wa w a very er clevi clevirreatlon clevrrrllatlon elvejrestlen
rreatlon put to the tune of Teatlni TeatlniTonight TentlnTnnllht Testinionight
Tonight on the Old Camp Cm Ground GroundIf OroundfligIDt
71 olight olightIf
If your liver is out ot order causing causingBiltoutuess cauilnBhIiouneu us1ng us1ngDliiousufs
Biltoutuess Sick Headache IIltdaehelIeart IIltdaehelIeartborn Heart Heartbora
born or Constipation loll tipgtionl take a dose olFkod9s ol olOn ofHoods
Hoods Pills PillsOn
On retiring and tomorrow your our dl dlgeetlvo dlgoetlve dlgotro
geetlvo organs will 10 regulated and andyou nndyou andYou
you will be bright active and nd read readlor ready tMdyfor readybr
for any kind of work This bat batbeen habeen haibeen
been the experience of others H Hwill Itwlll HviIi
will be yours OOfI HOODS TILLS are areBold areB arecold
Bold B ld by all mfcdlclno mbdl Lno dealers 26 eta
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5Ld t tVacation
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Vacation VacationSeason VacationSeason VacationSeason
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Season SeasonU
U now at 1 hand when wb the th summer n out outIns outInll out outing
Ins will be taken and It > general mot mottime oc octurn
time enjoyed Dont unt forget Inmoklui Inmokluioat la = 1IJ 1IJout I IOllt
oat your our lint of article to tMjt e etbat M she shethat m mthat
that baking powder that I Is eMMtlal UI UImake V Vmake I Imake
make good biscuit and cakwJMtotal cakwJMtotalyour cak aho tell tellf
your f ur grocer rocer you want Three Tb Crown Crowifor Crowntor Crowfor
for It will IU Insure the best of succise succe I li lithe I IU Ithe
the U cooking Three Crown roS Baklai BaklaiPowder Bakl IISkItIPowder g gPowder
Powder Bxtracto and Spice are N soli soliby 1014br aol aolby
by all grocer 1Of1tI Why not use them ai aithev u uthtv a athey
they will save avl you money and give Ive foot footsatisfaction podtIactlon oo oosatisfaction
satisfaction satisfactionHewlett satisfactionhewlett tIactlonHewlett
Hewlett Bros Co CoJOHN COJOHN CoJOHN
JOHN GRAY CRAYIS IS CONVICTED CONVICTEDJury CON VIOlEt VIOlEtJury
Jury FWs Him Guilty as Charged In l Iror Irormatlen mitmaLlen f r rnultan <
nultan nultanAVIII matlenWill maLlenII1
I
AVIII II1 be Sentenced Tomorrow Wl WlGel Vil VilGot 11I 11Iel 1
Got el from Ilriccu III fieIII to Klgtiieen KlgtiieenYears JtlllIteenear ItIghteenYears
Years YearsThe YearsThe ear earTh
The Th CAM oa of John Gray charged with wlttAMUtlng withua18Unc witassisting
assisting a prisoner to escape from tin tinStale theState thState
State prison antI with being an habitu habitual ¬
al criminal reached the jury late yetterdy yet yetterdajr yetterd <
terdajr terd afternoon and a Verdlot ol olguilty ofguilty C Cguilty
guilty as charged was all returned r Tin Tinjirlsoner TheJ1rleonr Ilr Ilrprisoner
prisoner will be sentenced by Judge JudgeNorrell JudgeNorreU JuOgNorrell
Norrell at 10 oclock o loek tomorrow morn morning mornInr morning ¬
ing InrThat That Gray Ora will get a heavy sentence wntencfla
la certain The maximum penalty tosiding for foiaiding forIdlng
aiding a prisoner to escape It I thru thruyear threyears
year and for being an habitual crimi criminal orimlnal ¬ i inal
nal the tile 1 minimum penalty Is flfteer flfteeryear nettenyear fifteeyears
year Bo the th least the prisoner car carget canIfet catget
get under the law Is I fifteen years Ir Irthe Inthe Ii Iithe
the State tat prison which added to th then tbe tbeten thten <
ten en yean he h has already been sen sentenced Hntenced sentenced ¬
tenced to means that It will be twenty twentyfive twentylive twentyfive
five years yeari before Gray regains his free freedom freedom treedom ¬
dom domlIe domlie
domHe lIe will then be an old man being beintnow beingnow belanow
now almost forty fort years of age ageHe ag aglIe agelie
lIe I II understood to be b th the first mar marconvicted mnconvlcttd mciconvIcted
convicted In Utah under the habitual habitualcriminal habitualcriminal habituecriminal
criminal actTENDERTO act actTENDER ct ctTENDER
TENDER TENDERTO TO PROF WIDT80E WIDT80EIs I II IIs
Is Offered I the Presidency of the B Y Col College College College
lege at Logan LoganA LogannCl11r
A Itcply Not Yet et Itecclrrd need nil from Him HimThe 11111Tile liltTho
The Trustees Will 111 Meet ou ouIrlilny Oal17rl1111 onliridny
Irlilny Next NextIl 1IXtIIt it itU
U Menu ma not unlikely that Prof John JohrA JohiA
A WldUoe Wldt e will 111 become the prwldinl prwldinlof prt ldlnt ldlntOf
of the II Y College at Logan LoganThe LqanThft Loganma
The trustees trust of that Institution hay havdAcldd ha hadllCllttd haydecided
decided to tender him the position and anda an ana
a cablegram eKble ram was sent to hit last ad addrn addr addries
dries dr In London yesterday Nterda making tb tboffer tbe tbeottr thiotter4 <
offer but no reply has h yet bn re received reIved reeeIvd ¬
ceived Ived H lie hu Just computed a pMt pMtgraduate pOItgraduate pealgraduate
graduate course In chemistry In Ger Germany OrI Germany ¬
I many and It Is Just poibl he h haialready hai haaI haialraady
already I y sailed lied from England where he heha hehaw Ii Iihc
ha been visiting 1IUn for home Th true truelees trulltees truetee
lees tee will meet on Friday when hm the thematter thematter tiumatter
matter will doubtleu be dtflnlUly de dctermined determined determlntd ¬
termined terminedProf termlntdProt terminedProf
Prof Wlduoe ha ha won the Ut highest highesthonor hlghPlthonore highesthonors
honor In the department of chemistry chemistryand
and Is widely ldly known through his con connection connection In InncUon ¬
nection with the Agricultural College Collegeat Collt ColltIt Collegat
at Logan from llll to ISIS Recently he hewa hewu hiWI
wa elected director of the experiment experimentstation e experimentstation JItrlmnttaUon
station of that Institution InstitutionJOHNSON institutIonJOHNSON InututlonJOHNSON
JOHNSON BROS BANKRUPT BANKRUPTPetition
Petition filed by Well Known Kane County CountyFirm CoortyFirm CouttyFirm
Firm FirmInrtnertlilp Firml FirmInrtcrilIp
Inrtnertlilp l Llnblllllei Amount lo loOver 10Onr toOver
Over f 25000 OOO with Uh Crush A Auetl Auetls1t teed teedslt eli eliSill
Sill slt Lake Creditor CredItorsJohnson CreditorJohnwn CredllonJoh
Johnson Joh Nn Brothers the well known knownmerchants knownmerehantl knownmerchants
merchants of Kanab tan county countyhave coulIyhae countylive
have filed a 1 petition In bankruptcy The Thetotal Tnetotal Thetotal
total of the liabilities of the Di firmamount firm firmamount firmmount
amount to UISUW lUll with a aMi sset seU ot otJ19W oflj
J19W lj 1 The additional dl1lt1onalllblJlUee llabllltlea and a aMtB y ytl aspeta
MtB tl of the Individual member are areJol areJoel areJoel
Joel H Johnson lUbllltkw H1TS 1IT u usel utll asNIC
sel NIC tll tLSM lS Nephl Johnson Jr llsblll llsbllltie UbUlt liablilLIes
tie t LIes SIlO MO amt t8 170 Juetln JC 3 Jofen Jofennon JolinMn Joirnrnn
non llablllUtfl none assets t JIM 101 Sbctw llxtusJohnon SbctwB
B Johneon liabilities 1008 1008SAW aeses aesesI JI
I 1 1SAIIl I ISALT
SAW iALACH WINS WINSFor WISSFor WINSFor
For Mm tlm past pae the professionals profelonalswho
who have been riding at t the saucer saucertraek saucerraek NUCVt
traek t ak have been making makll a stand tat tatbigger fotbtllr forlgger
bigger btllr < < prices lrI and threatened tht d to to with withdraw Wllhdraw wishlr ¬
draw lr w This threatened difficulty difficultyfinally wa waanall wasthally
anall finally dUpOMd dll of today and Nd the jire jirefMtonal 11Mflllioula iesasIonaIi
fMtonal will all ride next Friday Fridaynight FJ1 FJ1nlllht 1IIdIyiight
night
U
JUNE 1VBDUIKGS 1VBDUIKGSFollowing WHDDISOSFoUo1ng WHUDINOSFollowing
Following are the th marriage mrria t license licenselttd IlcanasesaueI IIc IIcluuid
lttd by II the county clerk today todayPrank to4a to4aJlrallk todayraiilc
Prank H Cannegteter Can ertetr M 8 and BlM BlMbeth WIIAbeth lClIzeth
beth eth HitHer 91 I both of Murray MurrayAlexander MumrAlc1r MurrayUezazrd
Alexander r E Carr N K1I4 1 and Carolhie CarolhieBdwarda Crolhewarda caroItaegdwardi
Bdwarda warda M both of Salt Lake City CityJamee CityJam Cit Citlames
lames Jam Thurgood thurgood U and Grace Orsos1rkbam R RXlrkbam KKirkham
Xlrkbam 2 Jt both of Bountiful AlbertTenor Albert AlbertP
P Tenor K l and Gertrude J Der Derbidtfe Derbldtll Derldg
bidtfe ldg U 3 both of this city Le Roy RoySouthmayd Rorlouthm14 RoyIouthmsyd
Southmayd II of Great Falls Mont Montand Montnd MontLnd
and nd Edith Jell iu Porrect orrst M 1 of Stork Storkton ltorkton stockon
ton on 01 C Pred red Bchade cha4 SI I and andMary andMary and4ary
Mary Wangtgard 22 both of Hunts Huntsvllle Jluntllvllle llunsnIle
vllle Weber county count Jam James W V Hudson
40 0 and Ellen J Jackltn H both ofmerioan of otAmerican ofAmerloan
American Pork PorkCITY
1 1CITY I ICITY
CITY EM tLOYBS PAID TODAY TODAYTh
Th sum of sun 7S 74LN < 6 was va paid out by byTreasurer bYT tryrecure
Treasurer T recure rer Morris today representing represenllngthe
the eenrfmnthly salaries alarl du due the theem theemPMe m theyes mpteyes
pteyes eyes of the vatloui altcu elty Itt department
CLOSING SCENES SCENESIN
IN HAWORTH CASILikely GASLteIy GAS GASELikely
Likely to Go to tho Jury ThiEvening This ThisEvcnlngl ThEvening
Evening EveningS EveningIftI
IftI JIA IlIlO IQS S LAST AFIEAlie A1TUI llEAIJr1
r1 J Jllel
11 lie lcillov Attorney llorll Wttiir am amIukrn and andhkfll a allukes
Iukrn the th 1lhul Vrgiinifu furJLutdrI1tllIeoI fur furllnxVorihAlllioii fllrlIj
llnxVorihAlllioii lIj > orlh1lhon Closci CloscitIPKCIAL CloellrKCIAL C1OICICECIAL
tIPKCIAL TO TIn T1I NEWS NBWSParmtnfton NEWSartnbagton i iFarmlDttoJl
Parmtnfton June Itrhe The Hawortlmurder haven I1worthmini havenmurder
murder CM ca I II llktly ilk ly to reach toe Suithl jur jurthi jul1tbJl
thi ovenliB unlwc hiss Judge JtoUp JtoUpbould JOlappoultlpreltr tola1should
should oultlpreltr praftr to AI give hi bla charge In tft tftmorning the themorn 1 1morning
morning morningAttorney morn morningAttorney I IAltornl
Attorney Weber V ur mad th the openly openlyargument openlncAflUment openirargument
argument for Uw defense this morning nwtnlncHUB morpin1Is
HUB effort WM 11 an abl ble one on He rtvlcwei rtvlcweiall miewiall
all u th the h evidence hltnet In the caw 0tI with grea greaiklll great greatIklll greiskill
iklll and after calling ftttentloito ftttentloi Itle1tOnto
to the fact that the prosicuticrested proMoatloi proMoatloiretted pro cuUon cuUonIIIted
retted wholly upon clrcumsuntl clrcumsuntlevidence clrcum circumatentitevidence tallUI tallUIevldnce
evidence undertook to point ou oucertain out outcrtaln 01 01certain
certain feature that threw ear eareqs eerl eerlon 1111OUI
on OUI doubt upon the defendant gull gulllie ullL ullLII I IH
H lie dwell especially upon the tMtlmou tMtlmouoffered tastirnotoffered y yoffred
offered to how ho that Haworth wa wasOgden li liOflden In InOS1n
Ogden on th the night of the murder an anclaimed and andclaimed orcltmid
claimed that thy wan w conclusive on oneunlolent and andfufficlent ateurnolent <
eunlolent of Itself to justify a verdict verdictnot rdlet o onot ot
not guilty guiltyHe guiltlie
He wa w followed tlila afternoon I IAttorney b bAttorney
Attorney J M Hamilton of Salt Lak Lakwho LIIkwwho Lukvito <
who Is making an effective plea fo foHaworth tur turlit fi fillawerth
Haworth HaworthMr lit worth worthIr
Mr Ir Allison for the ho State IIat will clo clothtt elGl41 elGl41thlt doithe
the argument ar mnt and he la I anxious ti tiflnlih to toOnreh I Ifinish
finish this evening If this te 1 don donsIs I IIs It ItIs
Is Jlot iot dennltely Known whether th thcourt tht thtcourt Ucourt
court will at once Instruct the Jury jurynot o onot or ornot
not but It Is I presumed that he will willCHINESE willIaU
IaU IaUCHINESE 1 1CHINESE
CHINESE REVOLT REVOLTIS T TIS
IS SPREADING WEST WESTContinued WESTContinued WES1Continued
Continued from paGe one oneedly oneedly oneadiy
edly be by means of military wIre wlreiwhich wlrelhloh wIrewhich
which hloh will be taxed to the utmost b bIh by bythe Ithe
Ih the demands of the commanders of th thvarious the thearioul UVarious
various nation So complete In th thdestruction the thedeetructlon Udestruction
destruction of the companys wires be between between hitween
tween TIn Tsln Tam and Pekln that it itsaId I Iaid 1ft 1ftId
aid Id It will 11I take many days to reetor reetorthem reetorethem reatolthem
them even after the united forces con control control cottrol
trol that portion of the country Henoall Heno 1InceAll hlencall
all signs point to long lapeea between betweoidirect betweendirect betwecdirect
direct nw and the little that leak ou ouexcept out outexcept or orexcept
except such official report as II the trOY government trOYernment goeminent ¬
ernment chooeee to give out outFRENCH outFnRNCII outF8itNCIt
FRENCH WARSHIPS W TO SAIL SAILPartg amPart SAILParl
Part June 10Th French coniu coniual conul conulat consiat
at Shanghai telegraphs that compile compilestiona compilelion aomplloatJou
lion In th the Yang Tw Klang vail valleand valland vailand
and the province of TiaJchuan Czes Czesohuan CJI8ohuan Czeiohuan
ohuan appear to be diminishing diminishingThe
The minister ot 0 lto marine M O De LaneiIan Lanes Lenean
an n announces that the French ar armored armored ainored
mored orulier arulltrGulrhen Qulchen will wlllisave leave Ie Fran Pranefor Frantor Pronefor
for Taku June JII SI tat and that the armoret armoretcrur armored armoredcru armorecruiser
cru cruiser r Admiral Charmer and the eec eecondclau MCondd eecandclass
ondclau ondd cruller Friar will sail Jun <
29 H added that the two transport transportconveying tranlportsconeylng transporteonveylng
conveying two battalions of Infantn Infantnand infantrmad
and 111 two batterlen of artillery woulleave wouli woulileave woutdIa
leave Ia at th the Wine tlm tlmOKLY tlmO tImebLY
OKLY O LY ONE ON U S RBGIMBNTWaihlnfiton RBGIMBNT REOl nEaIIENzWeshIriton m T Tblnlton
Waihlnfiton blnlton Jun 11AdJutant K Adjutant 0evIral Gen General Oenertl
eral Cerbln declares that up to dationly datItaly late lateo
only o y one on regiment the Ninth Infantry Infantryhad Infantrhad Infantr3had
had bean ordered from Manila to China ChinaIh ChincIn
Ih addition to the tit Oregon orer on which lito li IIto I Ito
to RO up to Taku from Hoiigkonff I OlllloIonl th thItuffalo the thelIurrJo thittifralo <
Ituffalo with m green landinxr landinxraboard Ilndlmnaboarel landurnaiboard
aboard ha hal been ordered from South Southampton Soulhampton Southimpton
ampton England to th the Philippine Philippinewhile PhlllpplnwhU PhIiIpplnIvjtii4
while the gunboat Princeton am amMarietta nndMarltt antiarletta
Marietta which blch are admirably suited suitedisrvice t tservice to toIce <
service Ice In the Pel Ho lb river have beer beerheld been1Ield beeteld
held eld at t Cavlte under orders to be read readfor redy redyfor readrot
for Mrvlce nlc at any moment momentThe momntTkf momentThg
The Staflro ha h1 been held at th the sam samplace samiaee ml mlplatt <
place iaee In readiness to take tk on supplier supplierfor 8Upplltor
for or th the naval contingent at t Taku li lithe Ifthe I Ihe
the Princeton and Marietta Join Ad Admiral AllInlral Adniral ¬
miral Kemplt u seem probable now nowhe nowhe nowe
he e will have at hi his command a more marrumerous mornumerou morenumerou <
numerou and effective fleet of gun gunboat runboatl gun05t ¬
boat 05t adapted to service on the Pel Heriver He Jloriver liiiver
river M far up a II Tier Ttln Tim than thorn thornof thOleof hoef
of f other nation nationsNo nationNo nationNo
No report were receive at the tb state statedepartment etatelIpartmnt stabIepartment
department today toda from any of Its offi official omclall of oflaIg ¬
clall cial In China ChinaIt
It Is not known consequently con equentlr wheth whether ¬
er r or not our naval veeel were oe with withthe withthe wIlthe
the other foreign hlp In an engage engagement engaGmenl ngagenent ¬
ment at Taku on Saturday
In the absence of a copy of th the orders ordersto ordlrto
to 0 Admiral Kempff I < It Is not possible possibleto IO Itble Itbleto
to 0 give a precise definition of his pool poaUtlon pOllItlon poollan
tlon but the th facts are wider than was was8uppo Walsuppo waruppoced
8uppo uppoced ld 0 H lie is not limited to theustectlon the theprotection thepretectlon
protection to American life and proper property ¬
ty y but may do anything In his Jutls Jutlsraent Jurlgment judgsent
sent to conserve American Interests of ofnny of1n1Y 01fly
nny fly kind in China This instruction instructionepen InfitrucUonepene
pens up unexpected unf > xpected possibilities In Involving Inoh1ng Inolving ¬
volving even n analllgnment of the United UnitedBute UnitedSlAt UnItedlIaise
SlAt with China In rate It may be liefound befouad beound
found necessary nltC lat In that manner to pre prevent prent promt ¬
vent nt the usurpation or destruction by byother byother byther
other power of such trade privileges privilegesis
is 5 we now enjoy jO In China Improbable ImprobableM
M a such alignment may be beNO beNO beo
NO o WAR WITH UNITBD STATHS STATHSA
A significant fact In this connection connectionIB oonn Uon UonII
IB I that lh the official view here l IJI still stillther ItllIthere etlllhere
there 1 II not yet a slat of war betwan betwanhlna tJtwenChilla betwanhlna
hlna and th the United State StateIt Itat8lIt
It It I contended that the Rtlrrlng ntirrthgvents Rtlrrlngi Rlltrtngnntll
i vent of Sunday Bund morning do not of tie tieseceJty n nCllldty ussesity
seceJty Involving UH In warand that the theictlon theaction th thcilon
action ot the Chinese commander at atFaku atTaku ataku
Faku may yet b be dleavownd or prove proveto pro proto
to r have been baited upon Ignorance Or Oruteunderstandlng 6rmlaunderllUldlng orisundersturding
uteunderstandlng In this case It still stillfive atihilvss UI1gt1II
five lvss opportunity for explanation by byihe bythe byie
the ie Chinese government and xaltable CflItabiepmrthon xaltableeparatton III table tablereparation
reparation will close this incident with withut without
out > ut war warThe warThe ar arThe
The Russian charge here Mr Woll Wollmte Wollnle Wellrite
rite today notified < Secretary Hay that thaiils thatIs thathte
ils Is government ha dispatched 4000 4000roops 41100tIOOJMI 4000sops
sops from Port Arthur to Taku The Thelepartment Thertment Theplrtmnt
lepartment rtment accepted ellt4 this statement ttatemenlvkhout ttatemntkhout statementkhout
khout comment It is 1 known to the thetfUclal theotDeIal theIhelals
tfUclal here that Japan also Ieo la II sending sendingi Hndlneorr sendingcorresponding
i corresponding eorr pondlnc number of troops to tolie tothe toI
the lie I seat t of the th trouble and ntt that Eng Engnd England Engnd
land nd Germany and France are doing doingIkewlw doIngewls olllgUkeIN
Ikewlw It I II believed that with our ouriwn ourown ourrn
own force numbering about 20ft In InilqOlng Inolu41ng Inpdfng
ilqOlng the Ninth Infantry th the Inter Interwtlooal IntrftRtlonal Interitlonal
wtlooal army will be quit strong strongmough strongrough tnlngnolla1I
rough to relieve rI1 the Ih siege of the em emlM emMulti emissies
Multi lM and nd legations at Pekln PeklnPerfect Iek1nPerfect Iekinrfect
Perfect rfect Digestion DigestionDeans
Deans health Both may be secured red by byfaithful bya b bfaithful
a faithful u Ufte e of Hostellers Stomach Stomachlitters StomRehDIU Stomactier
DIU litters tier it i jll the th one 8n medicine that thainay thatmay thatI
nay I be > depended df > 1nded upon when there Is Isny isI IIafl
afl ny I derangement of the th stomach 8t mcb liver liverr liverkidneys
or r kidney It 1 III the greatest health healthrullder hNltbbulldM healthilIder
rullder in the world and an II a 1 Wood Woodu bloopurlfter bloodrifler
purlfter u rlfler run cannot not b be equalled For fifty 1IftyJearl fiftyare fiftyer
Jearl er are it has ha cured Indigestion dyspep dyspepla
814 la I and conettpatlon S See e that a Prl Prlate Prlvate Prite
vate ate te Revenue Stamp covers the neck n k of ofhe otthe ofe
the he e bottle beltleYOU bottleIPYOU battleYOU
IPYOU YOU fosiellers Hostellers HostellersAlUE fosiellersVAlUe
VAlUe lug HEALTH Stomach StomachVOID St moch mochrAVOI
rAVOI VOID olp SUBSTITUTE Billers tters ttersoj
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GREAT ENTHUSIASM ENTHUSIASMOFREPUBLICAH ENTHUSIASMeentinuea ENTHUSIASMOFREPUBLICAUS
OFREPUBLICAH OFREPUBLICAHContinued
Continued c ntJnue from page l re one oneof o oof oneof =
of the soil oll brave resolute having havinggrestef fi figreater tar tarruter
greater ruter InUllutcnca and character thi thithe thlLl thlLlthe I Ithe
the Tall disputed our possession possessionsent V Vent Wv Wvtent
tent Andrew Jackson down to ngl nglthMn tllht tllhtthttn tli tlithem
them eld nd It tbdk lt twentyone tnt one yea yeato yean yeanto yetto
to subdue them and 4 Mad Del what ws le leof left leftof I Iof
of them U w west t of the Mlnrtwlppl Mlnrtwlpplth AIIllrtlll pt If IfU
th the AmifvtrythkiKMiad AnUyl7tltlftp had lived the thethey thellt1l th thUi
they t1l would 01111 I suppuft so Imve aYJ urged urgedto i ito u uto
to turn over Ov FToHiia ofh a to oceola tl tlAgulntldo tbe tbeAllllaldo I IAguinaldo
Agulntldo of the Semln SemlnII Wou Wouyou lould louldyou 0I 0Iyou
you after th the war with Mexico and nd li liQadMn tb tbadldn I IQatisdin
QadMn purchase purch have given Iven tl tlgreat tb tbmlt I Igroat
great area a south a Afid d weat of I IArkanp U UArkMM tII tIIMAD
MAD to Ih the red Apache Not Notdid i idid 80 80did
did our fatlier construe thlr dut dutnd duW dud
nd 4 a as 1 thy built to sotahall 0 shall we w lh lhContinuing their theirDI ii iiContinuing
DI DIConUnulnr
Continuing on Ih the subject of th the Phi PhiIpplnee l1IUIPI1 Pblppinee
Ipplnee IPI1 Mr r Woloott showed IIIOW the thttltrtor ntcei ntceiwty mcisity
wty tltrtor for continued American control controlhi I Itli In Inthe
tli the island and said saidAMUUlrfvNB 114AJlIUtN8 saidAMR1
AMUUlrfvNB AJlIUtN8 AMR1 NB NOT POLTROONS POLTROONSThe
The Th American people are nelthj tltlthtrpoUlOtl1I ireltt irelttpoltroOns
poltroOns nor peaJmllt pe mlti and they wnot w wnot will willnot
not olimallie the dawn of the new ew eel eeltun cntUf ci citury
tun tUf by the surrender of either convti convtilion convtetiaRa conyions
lion or territory Every wJOJer bao baofrom baok baokfrom ha hatrout
from the islands and they are N inmost In a amost at atmoll
most every hamlet In the land retun retunn retutlllIIn retutan
IIn n adv ad sdvecate te of their retention Oi Oidead Our Ourdll4l 0 0ksiI
dead are sr buried along Ion the sands and nd of Li LiMO IuJIOu L Leon
MO and on Its it ItlllOlI soil no foreign flag II sha shaever shiever hall hallevet
ever Mute the dawn dawnMr dawhllr dawnMr
Mr Wolcott said Id the nation woul woulmeet woultJmeet wot wotmeet
meet Ita high destiny with caution bi binot but butnot b bnut
not with fear thai Its duty was 1 wasbless t tblew 0 0bl
blew bl not to destroy And with n ngard re reJIIrtl i igaul
gaul to the administration a < now In poner pow power pc pcer
er at the dawn of a new century centuryBepublican tt ttRepublican tbRepublican
Republican party which for forty tort yea yeaihu yeahas
hu 11 been Identified with everything et etnoMlng a anoWIng n nno
noMlng no flnC and uplifting In our hlstor hlstorwan bltorrwa hub hubwas
wan wa never a as vital < M virile andVigOroUs and andvigorous andllOrol1
vigorous a as today And the heritage heritageahall w wshall we weIh1I
shall transmit to the new century centurythe I Ithe to tothe
the coming generation and to their theirchlhtren thichildrefl the thechildren
children and to their childrens ohdreir chl chldreb cl1l1drea
dreb shall be a record clean and ntl ur urtarnished untamillhed u utarnished
tarnished an 11 unquenchable faith faithfree 1 1free In Intree
free Institutions an unalterable bell bellIn btoUf btoUfIn bellIn
In the patriotism of th the people andundying and a aundying an anum1ylng
undying love of liberty and of country countryREPUBLICAN countr countrnmpUDLICAN countrIIitPUDLICAN
REPUBLICAN TRIUMPH IN NO NOVKMBKIt NOEM NOVIIM8EII
VKMBKIt VKMBKItSenator VIIM8EIISenator EM 1CIt 1CItSenator
Senator Wolcott bas a clear resonai resonaivole rtIOftlllt rtIOftllltvo rosonavoice
vole vo which penetrated lit i net ntrated rated to th the furth furthrecM turthtlll turthtlllrtelle furthireceve
recM of the hall lIe speaks however howevwith howeverwith howsviwIth
with great rapidity rapid It and lid this pubs pubssomewhat prltammwhal perllapl perllaplotnwbtlt
somewhat spoiled the effect of ofspeech h hspeech hi hiIIpteCh
speech But the thousand before hli hliwere him himwre hi hiwire
were In thorough sympathy and h M ha hano hall hallno hi hino
no dltllculty in striking a responsh rtllJOn81echord respond respondchord responshchord
chord When with outstretched an anhe arm armhe atlie
he predicted the triumphant election electionthe i ithe of ofthe
the Republican ticket in November tl tlaudience tile tileaudience t taudience
audience surrendered and when he Eli flnmentioned Elimenticnel IIrat IIratmentioned
mentioned President McKlnleyto name namhe namehe natihe
he could not proceed for a minute ow owIng owIng orInc
Ing to the demonstration As A he n nhearsed r rhearHd rhearsed
hearsed the history ot the four yeaof yean yeaiof yeanof
of Republican administration tl tlprosperity the theproperltr It Itprosperity
prosperity which has bld It the vlitorlee vli Vlotorlee vi vitotlee
properltr
torlee it had lad won the glorious outcon outconof ollicomilof
of the SpanishAmerican n war wart the earpaign can canpalgn empalgn
palgn In connection with the tsr Phllli Phlllipines Ihillpines htllpplntfl
pines which Its enemies had tnaugi tnaugirated Inau1rted inau inaurated
rated and which it had met the OlIn corvenllon OlInentlon covention
venllon repeatedly broke Into applatw applatwIt allPl allPlIt
It t was a key not speech s h covering li lilegislation C ClegislatIon 11 11lellllIUlon
legislation which had been placed on U Ustatute the theatatute C Cstatute
statute book and It its note no Ie wu the pro properity IfOIpetit properil
petit of this country and the legal legUUtlon llIIaIatlon legallIon
tlon which had made It Ite oontlnuationoMrible oontlnuatio oontbluion1OI continuattipossible
possible 1OI 1bltt That was It the th theme to which whicth whichthl withthe
th the demonstratIons of the th convenHo convenHoclung comenllonChIDI conventhiciurnf
clung When he said of tho th old iwiof IMV IMVof Muof
of the Democrats Dtm rat that they were we drive driveto drlflnto dunto
to find new issue In a war ar whk whkthey whbthey hlch hlchth
they th had been most anxious to I Iclpltatel icipltat vn vnclpltat
clpltat clpltatel the convention row at t him be beth bat batthe btthe
th the outburst was even greater when ti tideclared he hedeclared I Ideclared
declared that the division among U URepublican tJIRellubllcan URepublicans
Republican of lh the But and the WM WMon Wilton Ve Veon
on the financial Ontilllcialislue issue was n thing of Upast U Upast t tJIIlt
past and nt1 that those who had left th thparty the theparty ti tiparty
party four years ears ago In th the West wereturning wer werreturning rt rtneturnlng
returning on the Issue of expatuloi expatuloiTh eX Mlon MlonThe
Th The fret mention of expansion e < was all allthe allO allOthe au authe
the eignal for a demonstration demonstrationSenator demo demonstratIonSenator ltratlon ltratlonSenator
Senator Wolootl concluded his spM spMal I ape apeat h hat
at 21 212 p m mAPPLAlSH mAPPLAtS mAPPLAVSI
APPLAlSH FOR WOLCOTT WOLCOTTThe
The Indiana delegation start started th thapplause the thea 1 1applause
a applause when Senator Woloott ar arnounced nnnounctfl arnounced
nounced that the thieving poctorniolilcials poxtolllc poxtolllcolllelalB poBwOIceolllelalJl
olllelalB in Cuba would b w hunted dowrProbably down downProbably dowiProbably
Probably the greatest demotxtratle demotxtratleoccurred demouatmtlonoccurred demoristnrtleoccurred
occurred when he saId that we woul woulestablish woulcIeSlabllllh wouestablish
establish law and order In the PliIIU Philipines PliIIUpines 11111I110Pines
pines and that the last thing to b bconsidered bit bitconlderetl I Iconsidered
considered was to gin up the IslandThe Island IiiandLThe IstandThe
The delegate got on their feet an ancheered and andchHred ascheered
cheered when he declared thai o osoldIers ou ousoldiers our ourIOldl
soldiers IOldl wer burled In th the sands c cLuaon of ofLUJOn i iLuson
Luaon and nd w we would ould never give up th thsoil the Usoil
soil that held our dead deadHe deadH
He 11 spoke 11Ok an hour and ten minute mlnuteiand minutesire mlnutnd
and sire nd M I hi hY brilliant peroration aloe clowrithere clOMdthere aloethere
there wa another enthusiastic demon demonstratlon demonstration demoritration
stratlon of applause the delegate delegatestanding delegatestandlng delegathanding
standing on chairs and waving htimbrelias Hati Hatiumbrellas hatlumbreUII
umbrellas end an handkerchiefs while a athe at atthe iihe
the he same me time the band added th the en enlivening IIn1Inlnr erIvening
livening strains of a patriotic air airMr airIr airMr
Mr Ir Payne of New York anmounced an anaounced anIJouncetl
aounced the chairman and again againtes al alye allJee
Jee ye turned to lh the center of the hall hallwhere hallwhre halrhere
where this thl time the chairman of th thways th6 th6wa1 Dirays
ways and means committee was Watlie teen teenHe seefe
He fe moved that the rule rul of the lag lagconvention Iltconvlntlon isainnventlon
convention prevail until other nil nilwere MIle rulwere
were e adopted ado ted and this prevailed with wilhout wtthout withut
out ut dissentThe dlMent dlMentThe dlMentTh
The Th call of the roll of State for th thsubmission thl thllubmillton Diubinlaslon
submission of members of th the vsrioui vsriouicommittee YartOUlcommIU arIouommittees
committee then began It proved provededious i itedious a atedtou
tedious process and the convention wai waivirtually Wairtually ft ftlrtuaJl
virtually lrtuaJl In reeees as the names wen wenhanded wirehanded werranded
handed In InROOSBVBLT InnOOSICVRLT InI100SICVI1IJT
ROOSBVBLT IS POPULAR POPULARWhile POPULARWhl1 POPLLAflWhile
While the lists were being brought broughito
to 0 the stage Governor Roosevelt wai waiholding wuboldlng Waolding
holding a regular levee III iev In the pit Dele Delegates Delegat8 Ddeales
gates ales swarmed toward him from alunction al aldirection alldlstlon
direction The Ti New Mexico delegate delegatewith deisgateith tlegatYoith
with ith broad LOtllombrero sombreros climbed over th thwats the theHlta thisle <
isle In their eagerness efern to get to bin binand himand bInnd
and nd shake his hi hand handPeople handIlOple handPeople
People leaned over the rail of the pit pitWitching pitwatching phuatchlng
Witching hi his every movement movementWhen lnovementWhen movementWhen
When order bad U beth n restored afteithe aftei arlerthe at let lethe
the confusion Incident to Ihls hi scne seineii scneMr eeenelU
Mr ii Wolcotl announced that the MOre secretary MOretary cecrecry ¬
tary would read th the list of the various variousDommltteM nrt varlouiommltteS uft uftoommlU
DommltteM Thee e committees he an announced announced anounoed ¬
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