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DESERET EVENING EVENI NEWS FRIDAY Jj JTItfE JU E 29 1900 1900I
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i FOR FORWant NOMINA OM1NATiON OM1NATiONi TlON TlONI
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Want a Meeting of DemocratsPop DemocratsPopulists ¬
ulists and ahdSIIver Sliver Republicans RepublicansDEMOCRATS RopubflonnsI RopubflonnsDEIOORATS
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DEMOCRATS AUE VERY Sl iIfl iIflioyernent IY IYi i iMovement
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I Movement for un K Jlutlfll ttrn Democrat Democratfor ieiiiooror
i for or Vice ate Vrcildehllnl Itrcah nUnl Cnndldnte CnndldnteIlls CntdldiitcIl1SIhCT
Ills Il1SIhCT Silver Vle VleKansascity Ie IeJ 1c1cunA >
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Kansascity IanSa tf W Nt I Jun Jungroatiwt un ghe ghet h hI
I groatiwt nrtivljimnlfeetBdl nrtivljimnlfeetBdlpresidential RcuvIJ mnlt UICd u4Jh Iti Jlh flee fleepreslaenUal fC1prrtdenU1
presidential canvas before the conven convention oonvennon OonYeUtian ¬
non l It shown by the manasers ma 8erl of t1r t1rI ZIrChrZa ilr ilrCharles
I Charles rl A Town TowneQen TownOen ToWnsUen
Qen B 1 S Corsw of Minnesota who whoIs
i Is I now here II making arrangements arrangementsfor
for the th Silver Republican convention conventionand
and at t ih the same time is I dolns a lns all he hecan becan b bcan
nomination pos possible 101I P PelUe ¬
can to mi mlako ko Townes Town
I sible It Is the tli present 111t ent intention to tohave tohl1e tohtve
tl tlcommittee t1lomnilttee thomiiUttee
have an early conference betwen
committee ot the flu PopuUt par party and andthe andI sndthe
I the Sliver Republican party rty and the theD theDm theI
D Dm Dmrcratlc nu erotic national n tlonAI oommltt with witha
I H a view of o securlnr curIn some kind of an anORttement fIPII enngftement
II ORttement n for furthering Mr Townes TownescncOdaoy 1on 1onI Townescndao
I cncOdaoy cncOdaoyit
I it is I quite probable however that the theDenwcratlc thei
I i Democratic national tIona1 committee will willrefuse willI
I refuse to take any responsibility In the thematter themntter therncttter
matter on the ground that It Is a aject sub subject subject ¬
ject for the convention and not the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee to consider considerIt
Ii It is l argued that Townea name on onthe onIi onthe
Ii the ticket would serve to emphasize the thesilver theslher thesliver
silver Issue In the campaign cam 1l n Just at a atime LItime
time when there Is I a a disposition to toleave toluave
II leave the endorsement of silver to the thereu therealnlmatlon there
reu realnlmatlon re nimatlon < of the Chicago Chl ago platform platformVjoi platformt
Vjoi t > OIl the other hand in trying to con concllUte concllldtQ concilILt
cllUte the be eastern Democrats on the themoney the1110ne themoney
money question it has been suggested suggestedtlut
that some eastern man whose wio e silver silvervlewa IIIrI suverviews
I view are not so radical should be se selected Stlccted a alected ¬
lected lectedMr lcctedII
II Mr Sr Towno will arrive tomorrow and andwill anllII andwiH
will confer with the Democratic lead leadcri leadI
II I cri er who are exaected about the s 841me 841metime me tmetime metime
time timeThomas timeThomaa timeThomas
Thomas Maloney chairman of the theWashington theWIl8IUII theVa3hlnton
Washington WIl8IUII ton delegation Is here a U e the thecustodian thecutodlnn thecustodian
custodian of the vice presidential can candidacy candldac candtdacy ¬
didacy of James Hamilton Lewis l wl of ofthat ofth1t ofthat
that State Mr Maloney says the theStates theStates theStates
States of o Oregon Washington and Ida Idaho Idaho da daho ¬
ho are for Lewis and It IB expected expectedtlut ulHtedthllt exeetedthat
that six additional additional votes will be riven rivenhim rivenhim Ienhim
him for Alaska AlaskaDr Ala ka kaDr
I Dr c D Rorers member of the na natlonal natlonaJ naI
I tlonal committee and a del delIIte ste from fromAlaska tromAll1ska fromA1nka
Alaska says the delegation has ha not notconferred notconferred notconferred
conferred with him on the matter but butnit butnl4 butnIao
nit nl4 cost Its U vote ote for the Washington Washingtoncandidate WashlntonI WashingtoncAndidate
I candidate Dr Rogers says his delega delegation dlleptllln delgation ¬
tion U much Interested In eettln a atlank Iit1 aulank
tlank t1 nk in the platform s against carpet carpetbag car carpetbw et etbog ¬
bag ofllcials In the Territories as a there tiierearc tllerearc thereare
arc plenty onty of good men in Alaska 4uas to tonil toI tonil
I nil all tit > federal redt > r1 oHlces L J L WI1 WI1liamp WIIIIIme IVilhams
liamp another Alaska delegate Is here hereHe hereI hereHe
I He U l to be the next member of tho thonational thoi homtloILal
i national committee from that State StateBoth Stl1teDoth StateBoth
Both Itoevrn and Williams are from fromJunoau tromJUI fromJuqau
Junoau JunoauEXPECT JUI JuqauEXPECT u uE
EXPECT E P OT RECORD BREAKING BREAKINGBright BIt1ttjIaI G Gif
if Bright Anticipations Antlolprt for tho Inter InterIlucu IntercolleIRto Interill
colleIRto Ilucu IlucuPoughkeepsle HltcoPoughkeepsie ItuwPoughkeepsle
Poughkeepsle N Y June 29 29The 29Thecouches 29Thecoacbea The Thecoaches
ill coaches predict recordbreaking time If Iftomorrows ICtJmorrows ittuniorrows
tomorrows weather la a repetition of oftodays ottools oftoday
tools warm sun cloudiest sky and andlack
I lack of more than a l11Jlea pleasant ant breeze breezeAll brHuAll bszeAll I
All of the coaches busied themselves themselvesin
in giving preparatory touches to the theboats thili th thboata
i boats in which the men wilt row ro and nndtomorrow andtomorrow andtomorrow
tomorrow they will go over them again againcarefully againcarefully againcarefully
carefully The coaches declare their theirmen th tiWirmen r
II men are re la the pink of condition Added Addedto
Ii to this satisfactory report is the admis admission admtein ¬
1 sion of everybody concerned that they theyare thyj
j I are all satisfied with the court as asdrawn
I Ii drawn by them in the various races racesThere raeeTher reeseThere
There does not seem to be any disposi disposition dl8l1011ltlon ¬
i i tlon on either the parts J of the crewe or orthe ortllo ori
i I the adherents of tho college to make makeany
any excuses for their representatives representativesIn
In the he races All concede that the races raceswill racewill raceswilt
will be rowed on merit alone aloneIn aloneII aloneIt
In It the selection of courses Cornell CornellC Cornellcets
C cets ta the middle course in the tour fouroared touroared touroared
oared race the outside course In the thefreshman th8Creehman thefreshman
freshman and the outside course In th thVarsity thValt the
f Varsity race so she has a U try at nil
kinds of position Pennsylvania Beta Betathe te
i I the Inside couree in the freshman event eventthe eventth nt
I the th outside course m n the fouroared fouroaredrace
l i I S race and second from the short In the theI
Varsity so she too has a variety arlat arlatWisconsin
Wisconsin who rowod BO well on the theI
Inside course last year lOr gets sand sandwiched sendwiched nd ¬
I wiched In each race being boln number 3 3from Itrom 3from
t from the shore In the freshman race raceand 11108Clnd raoeand
and next to the outside In the Varelty
L Columbia eeto oto the Inside position In the thefouroared thei thefouroared
i I fouroared event number S In the theI
I Freshman race and the outside in the
t i Varalty while Georgetown eats lt8 number
3 In the th only anI race she enters entersThe IInte11lI
I 1 I The following named have been ap eppointed p ppointed
i pointed ocflllals or the race tomorrow tomorrowReferee tomorrowItetereRtcha
1 Referee IteterelRlchard Richard Armatrong Yale YalTlmekeepuEvert
Timekeeper TlmekeepuEvert Evert Jansen Wendell WentltllI
Harvard HarvardCollege 1 1COllcge
V College Timekeepers TimeheeperaWalton Walton L Oak ¬
I Icy Columbia Frank G SchollelJ Cor Cornell Cornellj Cotnell ¬
nell W K Johnson Georgetown Wm WmI
I H Patterson Pennsylvania Fred FredI
I Brown Wisconsin WisconsinJudges WisconsinJudlfes WisconsinJudges
Judges on Referees Boat DoatHlram Hiram
1 q Thomas Columbia Charles 8 Francis FrancllIii
I Ii i Cornell COrneUbClaude Claude R Soaphone George ¬
Iii I I town Dr r Charles S Potu Penney PenlleylJ Penseylvanla
J vanlo and E E Haskln Wlnconeln Wlnconeln4ud8 WIIKOOIInI
I 4ud8 J iUdaatth dS at th h PtnUh PlntahFred Pred R Fort Forti
i i t i Association meyer T llr Poushkeepsle Highland Roixing
T j College Judge at the FlnlshW H
11 Wallace Jr Columbia
I Herbert How 110wI
I I land Cornell J Hadley Doyle DoI George GeGr
I I town D H Le Routefller Pennsylva ¬
I I nia and Wm Jloffatt 1 Wisconsin WisconsinTrinidad Wlseonslnt WiseonsinTrinidad
t Trinidad Dissatisfied DissatisfiedKingston JJsllatlsllcdII fllssatIIIcdingston
II Kingston Jamaica June t ItInter Inter la
land I nd news received here today says Ia
I Trinidad Is dissatisfied with the delay clela clelat
t In the ratification of the treaty with the
united State and an nd that the legislative legislativecouncil leglitathOduneli
council o Uncll has h passed p t a resolution declin
Ing to agree to the delay and nd setting tUnr
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forth that It considers itself at liberty
I to make other arrangements arrangementsDrops arranmentaDrolls arrangeznentsDO15
Drops a Murder Prosecution ProsecutionMexlca Irosoclltoni Iroso titioy titioyMexica
i Mexlca Mo June 2 2It It Is I said here Iere
that John W Gates Oat e the Chicago capi ¬
talist has ha derided de < lded to drop the prose prosecution prOMcutlon prosecation ¬
cution of the famous case of Alexander
Jester charged with klllng his brother brotherert
Ollbtrt ert Gates Gal in Missouri twentynine
years ago Jester while under Indict
went for the murder escaped from
prison twentyeight years yea ago and was wasIn wa waonlr
onlr arrested a year e Ii was tried
i In DM but the Jury dlsmrreed AMMDI A secowl e nJ
trial has he been set for to noit week at New
Louden Jlo O Jester Jeet Is 1110 W 0 years eare old oldWar oldI
I War lu In Colombia ColombiaKingston ColombiaI ColoniblaICingeton
I Kingston Jamaica June A prl prlI
I J Tatt iS tifrni telegram received here hrtoday today from
Colombia says the situation at Car
thagena tha ena and Savanllla is i very It grave
that lighting is proceeding procetfl and atI that thai
I the foreign tor r resident are a et leaving bag hur hurc hurriedly ¬
riedly
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I TfiEFIREMEN TfiEFIREMENTWVQ rHE FIREM EN ENrW
TWVQ rW lvD Victims of a Mnohine 31notilne Shop ShopFin ShopFire ShopFlreIn
Fin FlreIn in PHtJBurgONE PHtJBurg PK Ptburg19P rg rgONE
ONE 9P BSAD 1li D OTHERS MAY MYTlpii AY DIE
11 31011 Weri on O 1119 VIro Il JhcU11Dlth JhcU11DlthJl hiscupo cui p with withIieit I111iIIo
Jl IIo l Wli WliIb Iieit l the WiillsuP niia nIIs ui It thQ thQu th liifl liiflIlhrpiii < r rlliirjilnc
lliirjilnc u lrII HiitlUlnsr l IIUdlll 1cll ItlllPlttebu1 iroliThttibtr 1cllJune
Plttebu1 Thttibtr June 8 ane njl flremnn ftremAnklOed was waskilled washilled
killed and Iliven Itftot oHj4r ttremon meft injured injuredand
and nearly n arlT 800000 worth of property propertywas propertu
was u destroyed in a fire re In the machine machineshop machlnhop machineshop
shop of the Beet Manufacturing com comp cornpear company ¬
pear p o on Tweqty 1eqtyfttth fth street today todayDead todalDea4 todayDead
Dead DavId Williams WilliamsInjure WIJUamlIJlJurt4 WilliamInjur
Injure Captain Hubert Ddwardt of ofNo ofNo ofNo
No 8S engine company Peter Vanilla Vanillater tan Uta nIInar Utar
ter r wr m die cll dlTtmothy Timothy Murphy Lieut LieutWw LleutWm LicutWin
Ww 7Jp 101 1pe Plr Ftrtmn m n XeltUr Z lgler Blrtwan BlrtwanCavanaugh IMrtlttncnah flrmanCavanaugh
Cavanaugh Captain MoQQulr Harry HarryHart IIaITYHart ferryfart
Hart George Prenter and n B 1Jert rt Linux LenoxThe IAnoxThe LinuxThe
The fire was discovered at Qll Ii 1 and the theflames th th8am titsflames
flames 8am ijiread no rapidly that in 1 1thAn lessthan less lessthan
than half an hour the entire t1r plant four tourIItortei fourBtories fourstories
stories high and 100 feet square aqua aquabUrln was wasburning weburning
burning and ld it wu feared that adjoining a adjoining adjoin 1JolnIng
ing property wotdd go goThree goThree go1ltree
Three districts of the flr ftre department departmentwere
were re on the Ui ground however and by byhard byhrd byhard
hard work the tire wan kept wltfeln wlt ln the theoriflnal theorllnalllmltl theoriginal
original orllnalllmltl limits Dy 780 oclock the thlal1e thlal1etrueture large largestructure largestructure
structure was In ruins ruinsThe ruinThe ruinsThe
The firemen w were re standing on a lire flretcape dre8tCPt lireescape
escape on the side of the building They Theyhad Th Thhad Theyhad
had two streams of hose out and were wereplaying Wertplarlng wareplaying
playing on the fire when suddenly the thewall thewaU thewall
wall began to topple to ple and rnl In spite of ofshout otshoUlI ofshouts
shout of warning the men were we caught caughtand caughtAnd caughtand
and carried to the ground by the muses inaaseaof
of brick and timber which fell Wit Williams WIIlIalne Witllama ¬
llama was taken out from under a m ma mPwi mPwiof mat matof
of a brick and atone His head wag wagcrushed wosclUlhec1 wascrushed
crushed Six others were so badly In Injured InJured injuxei1 ¬
jured that they were removed to the thehospital theJlolpltal thehospital
hospitalThe hospital JlolpltalTh hospitalThe
The Th property destroyed cle troed was valu alu Vi at atIJOOGNW atZOOoeo
IJOOGNW and the stock of patterns arid aridmachinery lu thl thlmachinery d dmachinery
machinery probably 100000more 100000 more Many Manyof IRn1ot
of the th patterns oannot be replaced The Thecompany Thecompany Tb Tbcompany
company manufactured pipe fittings fittingsand fitUngand fittingsanti
and valves valvesBuffalo valvesBuffalo 1111IDuffalo
Buffalo N Y June 2t tTh TheMtlMn TheMtlMnPandering TheMilaonender1ng lIllOn lIllOnfendering
Pandering works near ChMktowaga ChMktowagaturned ChktowagnIUfnecl Chssktowagnturned
turned today Loss 100 100With 300900 300900AVitli 300 300lth
With lth Tnuimitlnntlo Liners LinersRotterdam J Litioraflottardam llIcrlRotterdaln
Rotterdam June 9 9A Arrived rl d Ipnarn Ipnarnt SplarndRhl purn purndeh4
dRhl t tom New N York via 14 Vouloene VouloeneNew VJuloCiNew
New rorkJune ItArrtm Arrived Steamer SteamerKaiser Stmrlalr SteamerKaser
Kaiser Frederlch from Hamburg HamburgHavre Uamburnvre hIarnburilavre
Havre June MArrived La Cham Champagne CltamJlltgn Champagne ¬
pagne from New York YorkCherbourg YorkCherbourr YorkCherbourg
Cherbourg June M LArrtved Arrived Au Auguste Auguste Augusts
guste Victoria from New ew York YorkBryans YorkI1rnlle YorkBryans
Bryans Nomination July Jul 4 4Kansas 1 1ICaoM 11niam
Kansas City Mo June 86 18A A story storyhas storyhas torrh
has h been In circulation Indicating Indl ftlng that thatplans thAtplallS thatplans
plans have already been perfected to tonominate tonominate tonominate
nominate Bryan on July 4th even If Ifthe Itth ifthe
the th other business of the convention conventionsuch i isuch
such as permanent organization orpnl aUon report reportof I Iot
of the committee on credentials and andeven andeen andoven
even the platform should have to be bepeatponed bepe bepeetpoited
peatponed pe tpoJled The few delegates here do donot 110not 10net
not take kindly to the suggestion and andsay and11M andMy
say that I the convention con ntlon should pro prooeed proeeed proceetl
oeed in the usual order While there Is Isa IIa Isa
a sentiment In making the nomination nominationon
on the Fourth it Is thought It would be becarrying b bcarrying becarrying
carrying sentiment too far farOUTING farOUTING
0 0OUTINC
OUTING OF THE HE OLD FOLKS FOLKSGrand
Grand Excursion E to LagOonA free Ride to toAll toAll IaAll
All Over Seventy Years of Age AgeSalt Agefinlt AgeSuit
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Salt Luke nnd Ogden 1tnilr Unllrond n l nnd nndSalt nndSaU andSalt
Salt Lulco CUr Street Itallvvnj 1 II h1 1 will willTr willfreat willTreat i
Tr Treat ut the As Ad d to u 1rce Hide HideThe UldeTh ItIdcThe
The Th old o d f folks lk committee of Salt Lake LakeCity JkeClt LakeCity
City takes great pleasure In announcing announcingtlut
that President Simon Bilboo Bambergtr ef efthe otthe ofthe
the Salt Lake andOfdeji and Orct Ogdei JI Itallroad hu hukindly halklndl hCikindly
kindly klndl offered the use u of his famous re resort rtIKIrt tasort ¬
sort Lagoon near Farmlngton and andrailroad Andrailroad andrailroad
railroad frwtoaH fr frwtoalttizeng to nl dtltens of 70 years yearsof ea eaor
of age and upwards uPwQrds residing in Salt SaltLake SaltLllk SaitLake
Lake City and Center Cannon Urlgh Urlghten lJrllten hJrlgIwt
ten wt and Pleasant Green wards on Fri Friday I Fri Friday rl rlda ¬
day da July Jul C 1900 The committee there therefore thereCore therefore ¬
fore extends an invltfUlpn to all per persons IMlr80M persong ¬
sons of the age named without regard regardto If rd rdto
to faith lalthrace race or social condition to par parttcipate participate parttclpate
ttcipate in I the excursion A a special specialtrain Ifleelaltratll specialtrain
train will leave II e Salt Lake L k City at 10 a am am am
m m unde the special lpea oar of the com committee committee cornmitt ¬
mitt mittee and their aide but all regular regulartrains regulartrains gulartrain
trains will also carry carr tilt vderaus ttera > 1 The Thefirst TheI1l11t Thefirst
first train leaves leu the city cll depot at t 9 9oclock toclock Coclock
oclock In the morning then cornea com the thespecial Uleflileclal thesPecial
special train at 10 oclock and another anotherregular anotherrgullll anotherregular
regular train at 11 a a m From 1 to 7 7oclock 1ooluck 7ocluck
oclock p m trains will leave for the UieLagoon UleLalOOn thelAgoon
Lagoon every half hour The special specialtrain IfRItrain specialtrain
train will 1111I10 go o through without stopping stoppingwhereaa ItolJplnrwher stoppingWherese
whereaa wher regular trains atop Ito > at nil eta stations etatoni t ttlona ¬
toni to pick up passengers The old oldfolks ohltolkll oldfolks
folks and their helpers whose dui duty > It In Into IIIto isto
to watt upon them during the day will willbe willbe villbe
be carried free to and from the Lagoon Lagoonon u On Onon
on all tin regular trains No o person Persontides personrides
rides 1111 free on tiny of these trains un unless unless ¬
less provided with a ticket from the theold theold theold
old folks committee and It must be bedistinctly bedlltlncll bedistinctly
distinctly understood that the tickets ticketsdistributed tlokehldlltrlbuted ticketsdistributed
distributed to the old folks are not nottransferable notttanaCtrable nuttransferable
transferable If presented by b any an other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than the original holders the ticket will
be taken up by the conductor and far farcollected tarcollected tarscolleetet
collected collectedIt
It I Is particularly requested reque ted that all
the old folks who ho oartlchmt Drtle t In the theexcursion thefJurICII the1ZcUticn
excursion wear the badees Indicating Indlatlntbelr
their utftg namely 70 to in A red rib ¬
bon on the right breast M 0 to M K blue blueribbozi
ribbon M to 100 a white rosette The Theoonnllanca ThecOlDnlllLn ThecomlIanc
oonnllanca with this rule Is I of special specialadvantage lpeelaladvlutae specialadvatae
advantage In Salt Lake City CIt as a the thesuperintendents the1Jtrlntendent theabzierlntendants
superintendents of both the Salt Lake
City and Rrapld Transit companies compe om nl ii ice
have kindly offered to honor for pas passage pajsage ¬
sage > to and from the depot the wearers wearersof
of o I U to I red blue and nd whit wh white derot te
Tickets may ma be b beobtalnrd obtained from Mr
John Klrkman at th the General Tithing Tithingoffice Tlthlnotlke Tithing0111cc
office ID SIlt Lake City on the 2nd 2nd2rd 3nclrd 2ndrcl
2rd rd and 3th th of July
The old folks r lkl are rwnlested on this thisi thl thlf thisOne
f 1
One Dose DoseTolhg
i Tolls U the t1 story When your head headaches heathand
fT aches and you foel bilious constl1 constl1naUd conltl conltlpat constipted i
pat < mul out ut of tune with your rourtolDSth yourstomach I Istomach
stomach K lOur ir and no appetite Just justIod
t buy a package of ofUrxJ otI
And A Iod taVe a due If from P1Is P1IsAnd 1 to 4 pills pillsI i
I I You will be surprised at hoW easily IUy
they wnido will do their work ort cure your youracbl I
headache acbl and hlltousntJ I rouse th thliter the
liter and ve you feel happy b pP1l11Oln again againi
4 i tt cents a by all medicine dealers
t =
occasion to furnish furnlshnd nd Dei care t tot rol XO theJij theJijown ihtld ihtldown theIi theIiown
own jrtcnlcj cnie arid In eases a where r they theyre tl1 tl1rt tbYra
re not able to aId flo 0 no soth the UflIKlP W tl P Hb HbSocieties tteief tteiefocliLi > < fIocILII
Societies ocliLi and others hfrl are areklndll kindly re reijtieeted Hqted Nqueted
ijtieeted tfl aid them themBilbo themBllbo1 themDtlhos
Bilbo of the various wards will willpleas willt wilthaa
pleas > haa xet et t up their lists asusul l Min Ministers Mm Mmisters lInIterl ¬
isters of any denomination can also all ob obtain obtht ohciii ¬
tain tickets for their aged people at atthe atthe atthe
the DIe mentioned also persona I un unconneced uncunoecec1 Onconneeed
conneced with Ith any nr sect sectThe lIeetThe sectThe
The oh folks choir will accompany accompanythe ecompanythe
the th exeuralenlsti e ureianliti and render te r choice ie ielections sehectionu e electlon
lections on the grounds roIlPd Every Ev effort effortwill effortwAil
will 411 be made to give Ive Joy comfort and andhaprrinen andha nd ndhpptpqu
haprrinen ha > Ip to O our sires Ilr ir and grandairee grandaireeWeupedaliy gran rln rlnV r8 r8WI
Weupedaliy WI V u iii41llz 11111 Uk our llberaUbeirte Ubtral 1tbrattSrtedc1t1n rtl rtlcttllJ1t l lcltlxeai
cltlxeai who VI 0 are at In full pojlM bO dIOH lbn I of oflitalth olheelth 01htsltb
litalth and n4 vor to show tM 1 baflgo baflgoWMMert ba btd btdwpajrni lgo lgow
WMMert w on old folka roll 1 day d ill ll the Wn3 Wn3neo ln lnIheiF nc1
neo 1 aottibie I If ydu Oq nate fa k A convey conveyance OOD OODa1lGe coeveanee ¬
ance to take kt one or more tothe LO the depot depotdo 4otcS dII9Otdo
do to orif or II you desire c1II to h IIIP i the com committee CUtmlttte cOrnmitt ¬
mittee mitt in a financial way way70W a 1Ilte ind DII awnic awnicjrottr anlQIU
jrottr contribution conIributlons1trr le C J Saityg SaitygArFBoiar v Ct CtArrJaIr
1trr ArFBoiar ArFBoiarWiL flezer
flezerVM WiL B PHKSTON PHKSTONCIU11LK PJ PRKTONChTAflTE TON TONCItARUCt
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The newsboys wb will 1llbave have their nnuusl nnuuslouting mluillouttae nuuklouting
outing at Calders Park on July JUI n the theevent theevent theevelit
event will be under the management of ofOral orOrat ofOrit
Oral Scott who proposes to visit Uie Uiebusiness Oaebula Uiebusiness
business bula hOI l in quest of of Prison tor torthe1 tortM icrthe
the various snort Orar Scott will willgive willve willgive
give ve tli tht boys a rattling good time timeduring timedurA timduring
during durA the Ut day d and in the evening there therewill therewill therewill
will be a priae prl dancing danel s contest air airScott MrBcoU lr lr8cott
Scott will start in Monday to gather gatherprises rathlrPrll gatherprices
prices Prll He IT will alone have charge of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the outing and do all the work himself himselfso hlmNlt1
so U he b tityi you wont be b bothered botheredto bothrisdto
to death with donation letters by every everyboy evrrbo everyboy
boy bo In town townTOOK townTOOK
l ei eiTOOK
TOOK ANOTHER JUMP JUMPShortly JtJlShortly J3I1Stortly
Shortly before beto 8 oclock ocJ k this after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon the thermometer went up to IOU 1096and IOUalld ioejand
and fell back jk half a degree leaving It Itexactly ItexoUy itexactly
exactly 100 degrees degr at SSO SSOLOOKS 130IJOOIB 30 301ms
1ms 1msLOOKS
LOOKS LIKE DISAGREEMENT DISAGREEMENTJury DISAGHEE EN ENJilt
Jury Jilt In Dlckert Uaiunjjo Suit has Been BeenOut I1ccnOut IleetiOut
Out Severn Hours HoursThe HoursThe IloureThe
The eniflof CI ot Lorcnx Dickert against againttthe
the tb Salt Lake City Oft Railroad company companythe
the trial of which began pn before Judjru JudjruBooth JudioDooth JudgaBooth
Booth on Wednesday was submitted submittedto
to the jury 11 oclock todAY but up to toa toIi toml
a late hour this afternoon no verdict verdicthad verdicthad udlrthad
had been returned It looked like a adisagreement adlPreement adlsflgreernnt
disagreement disagreementPlairtlft dlsflgreernntPiavtlff
Plairtlft 1la tJtt sued to recover the sum of ofJIOOW o ohOOO oCSld000
JIOOW for Injuries received by his bl wife wifewho wifewho wifewho
who was 11 a paaeenger on one on of be de defendant detelldant defondant ¬
fondant Companys omn cars Mrs Dlckert Dlckertdied Dlckrtdied Diokertdied
died uihtMn months after the occur occurrence occurrence occurrenceand ¬
rence renceand and her husband attributes her herdeath heJdeatll herdeath
death to the Injuries received in the theaccident theIIcldflt theacUdent
accident
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FROM SUSSY ITALY ITALYMichael rrALYMlehul 1PALYMichael
Michael Veltlr a native of Italy but butnow butnow butnow
now of Salt Lake was admitted to citl citlzenshlp cltlzenlhlp eltizenehlp
zenshlp by Judge Hll lIlies s this thl afternoon afternoonPhilip atternoonI afternoonIThillp
Philip I IIp Veltlr a brother of the first firstnamed firatnamet1 firstnamed
named also applied for admission adml elon but butwas butWft butwail
was told be would have to wait three threeyears threerears threeyears
years he being but IS S years old oldLi oldL oldL
L D 1 S COlmliGE ciiiEOE Silh SilhTransfer S1lErlallsfcr SIT1Lfratisfer
Transfer of the Property Filed for forRecord forRccortllotIn forflecorml
Record RccortllotIn RccortllotInJ Today TodayA
A J warranty deed was tiled In the of office oCtic oftIcs ¬
tIcs tic of the county recorder today eon conveying eoneYlng eonseylng ¬
veying from James Jack and wife to toLorenzo toLorenzq toLoreazo
Lorenzo SnowLtruitee now < tl1lItle In trust for the theChurch theChurch theChutclt
Church of Jeeruj Christ of Latterdtfy LaUrUiySaInts LattrdiySaints LatterdtfySalnta
SaInts for the sum um of t S00 lexlt rod rodof rodaot rodsof
of ground und In lot 5 block SI plat A ASalt ASalt ASalt
Salt Lake City survey UMt the same lee facIng tacIng leeIng
Ing North on North Temple Tem > le street streetbetween ettbetn atratbetween
between Kant Temple and First East Eaststreets ESlLr coststreets
streets This property was formerly formerlyoccupied ormer1oocuplfd
occupied by John Parrlngton F8rrln ton the liv livery IIverr livery ¬
ery man and Is part of the site lte for forthe torthe forthe
the new Latterday JaUr y Saints Ints College CollegeAnother ColleAnother CollegeAnother
Another deed filed for record today todayconveys todayConvey todayconveys
conveys from John Henry Smith and andwife andwlte andwife
wife Sarah F Smith to Lorenzo Snow Snowtrustee Snowtrustee
trustee etc for JSOOO sOxlUH IOx116 feet lh lhlot 1ftlot iiilot
lot 1 1 block WpUxt Afarlng east on onTemple Bust BustTemple t tTemple
Temple between teen North Temple and andFirst andFIrst
First North streets streetsLIBRARY streetLmUAUY streetsLIBRARY
LIBRARY TKUSTKKS1 jUUS Jos ilKETJXO ilKETJXOThe
The public library trustees truet will 11 hold holdtheir holdtheir holdtheir
their regular monthly meeting In the theoffice theoillce theofilce
office of o librarian Chapman at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock next Tuesday morning morningEnnnninnnruuuunnnnnnn morningl morningJUDGE
l 0
EnJlJ1JJI Ennnninnnruuuunnnnnnn EnnnninnnruuuunnnnnnnTIAIMONYS JUDGE TIAIMONYS 11UU1IS1JJMM 11UU1IS1JJMMJUDGE COURT COURTinnruuuuiruiJ COURT1l1JlUWJU1JU COURTiiumutruuumnxu
iiumutruuumnxu innruuuuiruiJ tnnnnruuun tnnnnruuunM 1IU1JlluuG 1IU1JlluuGM
M J 1 Crawfey was the first today todayHe todane todaylie
He was w drunk lie admitted U Il but ekt ektit 4 < l lIt 1It
It was whiskey hllk and not beer that WR WRresponsible waresponalble waaresponsible
responsible for It He usually drank drunkbeer drankbeer drankbeer
beer and nd It was never known to affect affecthim etfthim t thim
him to any an alarming axtent Ha was wasallowed Williallowed wasallowed
allowed to go goMrs goMrs
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Mrs Whlteeotton Viewed up again againon
on the charge ch lt af drunkenness and rfe rfesent 108ent v4ssent
sent up for five days daysWm dasWm dayaS
S S S SWin
Wm E Bddlngton who slttjck J T TTate TTate TTate
Tate a colored man on the th head with witha
a billiard ball wu convicted of u usault uMUIt assault
sault and battery and nd sent up tor fifty fiftydays I1ftyda fiftydays
days da
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Argued Ar lIo11 and Submitted SubmittedTho SUIIIIUtIlIrho
Tho oas OIl of D H Sch SOhUIr Uler vs E I P PLynch PLYCh PLycIi
Lynch et t al 1 Involving a right ot way wayon wayon wayon
on Church and nll recently tried before beforeJudge bttQreJUdge beforeJudge
Judge files flIl was arguedtoday argued 114 todsy sub submitted Bubmlttet1 submuted ¬
muted and taken under advisement advtaementLATE advteenltntto advisementLATE
to toLATE I
LATE LOCAL NEWS NEWSAugust NEWSAUgtlit NEWSAugust
August Matson a native of o Sweden Swedennow IIwdnnow wedcnnow
now of Salt Lake was admitted to cUt cltlzenshlp cUtzenlblp citizenship
zenshlp by b Judge Cherry this afternoon afternoonAt
At the Democratic judicial conven convention connntlon convention ¬
tion the name of Justice McMaster will willbe willbe willbe
be presented as a candidate for district districtjudge dlstrtctjUd8 districtjudge
judge and It Is asserted thatMr that Mr Mo MeMaster Moruter MoMaster
Master has enthusiastic support supportChris IUPPOrthrlll supportitris
Chris Christensen and his Brig BrigCity flrtthsm flrtthsmCity
City military band arrived here hereafternoon tIs tIsafternoon I IAternoon
Brltrim BrltrimCity
afternoon They will give an 01 01air 0 oj4n oj4nair h haIr
air concert on Kolltzs pOrch P rch mst eastTmpl mstTemple t I ITlIl1pJe
Temple street cummeneJnV at 7 7oclock K Koclock 1oclook >
oclock
An effort to reorganize the battery
band Is being made by Mr Klenke who whowa whowas 0 0Willi
wa a member of the organization It Itla ItII ItIs
la the lb Intention to get a position her tror herfor r rfor
for or Bandmaster Aldraeh eo that he hemay hemy hemay
may be b at headquarters all the time timeDirector tlmDirector timeDirector
Director Knslfn Is specially pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith lleaHC1wltb
with the way wa his singers and their theirfriends theirrrlendll theirfriends
friends turned out to honor the birth birthday blrUtdy birthday ¬
day of the absent leader of the choir choirHe choirHe choirHe
He says too that he h was al more than thangratified tbanlratlft thangrattfled
gratified lratlft d to note that the bar room roomwas rooDwu roonwas
was vacant a big pert of the day and andthat andthat andthat
that the soda fountains and temperance temperancedrlok temPiruotdrtDk temperanesthrtuk
drlok counters were unable to supply supplythe
the demands upon u nt their theirresoroa theirresoroat tlr reeoureee reeoureeeruinnnnnnnnnnnnnr ION IONruuu1lIn1JllUJ1lW1l
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II H Clifton was on trial late this thisafternoon thisatternool1 thisafternoos
afternoon on the charge of embezzling
Ill 11 from the Hanson Produce com company oompany cornpany ¬
pany The young man was acquitted df dfa
a similar charge In Judge Tlramonya Tlramonyacourt Tlmmonscourt
court a few te days ago
LEAGUE CAME GAMETOMORROW CAMETOMORROW CAMETOMORROW
TOMORROW TOMORROWGimlins
Gimlins GimllnsBand Band to Contest WithRio WithRioG With WithRioGrandos Rio RioJ
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10 Get t firmer lr ror time UI Top In the IlioCliuiiiploniltli CboCb theCliiiiiiplotiultlp
Cliuiiiploniltli CliuiiiploniltliTomorrow Cb CliiiiiiplotiultlpToiziorr lUlllunlhlllTomorrf
Tomorrow w afternoon at t > 110 M at Walk Walkers WnlktIl Walkers ¬
ers Held 1n flickers baseballlsU will willendeavor willI willendeavor III IIIuleavorto
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endeavor to wallop Father Qlmlins GlmllnlIferatlon ag aggregation aggregatton ¬
gregation from Ogden The game Will Willundoubtedly willtldoubttl WIltUlidOUbtedt7
undoubtedly tldoubttl be b highly 1ghly Interfiling aa aasome asaetna I
some 811 ctoftngN o1ahll have ha been bn made mde In both bothclubs bth bthclub bothclubs
clubs club and both tl are 8relmht somewhat strength strengthened strengthened trgth trgthenI ¬
ened enI and 6IIbttr better prepared Irepar for a I hard hardbattle hlr hardbattle
battle batte There Tr will wi also as be b a game Iaml be between b between ¬
tween twel the same Ime teams tenl Sunday after afternoon arer arerI afternoon ¬
noon I but It I will tl be an exhibition exhibiton game gameFollowing gmeFolowing gameFollowing
Following Folowing will 1 b bi be the line lne up upnio UIJ uphlio
nio Ro QnuidM Gnndt Ogden OgdenSeam OgdenStr OgdenS
Seam Str S ears < c e Henry HenryPetidergraft Ulnr henryIendergraft
Petidergraft Pendrgrt p Oarhardt OarhardtShannon Gehrdt GehrdtSlumnon
Shannon o 1 b o Grwnwatd GrwnwatdMlenecke Gmlld GmlldMhnlk OreenwaidMieneeke2
Mlenecke Mhnlk Mieneeke2 Ib Z Casey CaseyMortln CaseyIordn
Merlin as a 8 PJak PJakFerrin llk llkFerrin I1akeP
Ferrin P I b Clark ClarkSears ClarkSr ClarkSears
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Hopkins c 0 f iGlmiln iGlmilnDonavon Olmln OlmlnDonAon OlmlInEl
Donavon El onevon r f fBoylan tBoylan e efaylen
Boylan i tub tubTHIS subTillS t tTIS
THIS TIS AFTERNOONS AFFHSQ wrhiJtNOtNS SS GAME GAMEHnnkcrs OA18Dnlkcrs aAMfBankers
Bankers Dnlkcrs and nnl City Olt and nnl County COUllt Teams Teamsnrc
nrc llnhlJ Playing PlnylnjrThe
The Bankers Bnkers and an City and Ind County Countybaseball CountybHbel Countybeeebail
baseball bHbel nines nln lined lne up at 4 oclock at atWalkers atWalker atWalkers
Walkers Walker this afternoonu aCernoonu to do battle battleThe battleThe battleThe
The game aa Is being played for fM 60 0 a aBide n11e asloe
Bide 11e and will 1 be b closely cosely contested Both Bothaggregations Dothagregtons Bothaggregations
aggregations agregtons have been ben practicing pfCtlclng hard hardof hnr hardof
of late and are r re In good go condition conditon to toplay topllY toplay
play pllY ball bal The line lne UI Is as follows followsBankers tollowsDnker followsTMnker5
Bankers Dnker City and County CountyNels CountyNls CountyNels
Nels MargottsM Afargots o Dart Int Margetta Margettallomney MargettmmitOmney
llomney 1 mne t p Brig SmithOrlbek SmithOroesbeck Smith SmithQrotabeck
Qrotabeck Orlbek 1 b Nnylor NnylorBadger Nnlorldger NaylorBadger
Badger ldger Jb 2 b iiGrimths iiGrimthsSSollS Griffiths GriffithsWolfs Orlfths OrlfthsbUs
Wolfs bUs 8b 1 b Marks MarksOftler MarksOstler rlrks rlrksOtler
Oftler sa s i Castleton CastletonGrlggs CasUtonGrggs Castletonarigga
Grlggs Grggs I f Swonson SwonsonCoflln SWonsonCtn Swensontotfln
Coflln Ctn c f Nicholson NicholsonYdung NicholsonYjnf IcholsonYdung
Ydung rf r f Thatcher ThatcherHoebe Thatohernob Thatcherhhob
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STANDING STANDINO mHE OP THE CLUBS CLUB3National CLUBSSatlon CLUBSNatlonnl
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hut out ut today for the first frst time this thisseason ti thiseasn Is Istn
season In one of the beat bt games glrH played playedhere playe playedhere
tn here her Both 1th pitchers Illchr were wer In fine fet fettle fetU letU ¬
tle U Leerer remarkably rarkably so When two twomen twornen twomen
men wore wer out in the ninth only twenty twentysix twentstx
six batters bUer had faced Leever 8r he J 23ebit thin thinalt thinllt
alt llt Fraaer Pruer and 11 spoiled spie the record rd he hewas heWI hewits
was WI trying to make Frazern Flz Fraz r rs game gamewaa gme gmeA gamewas
was A Unit 1t cla 01 class a also al8 The three tre rune runecored runred runsacored
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a wild wid throw thrw and a batter btter hit At Attendance Attendance t ttendanee ¬
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Willis Wll In Good Goot Form FormCincinnati FormClnclnnU FormCincinnati
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form tArm today toar lotting1 the Reds Uedulown down with withfour withtour withfour
four hits hit Phillip Phllp gave gn four rours8 foUriese bases on onballs 01 onballs
balls bll Allowed mowe two hit htwhlh hits which wfil h to together toleh togethtr ¬
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last la t night nightSHAIIICISV nltt nlttSHAHmy nlgbLUIIAItICIY
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The Te Chicago Chlcao Tribune today tOa June 89 89fys I 29I7s
fys 11 Pugilist PUIIt Tom Tor Sharkay and Mrs MrsUIHao MrsLliitau lrlIJItaa
UIHao IJItaa Bauer naUf a widow of a well 01 known
Chicago ChicS saloonkeeper 110n kepr will wi be married marriednext marriednxt marriednext
next nxt week Wek Sharkey met mit Mrs 2M Bauer Bauerwhile DRuerwhl Bauerwhile
while whl In rhlrnffo Chlcf this tl spring prnf Mrs
Bauw Iu Is I at pitsent JIIMnt In Now York ork but butwill butwi butwill
will wi return tur to Chicago Chca accompanied accmpnl by b
her h1 future Utura husband or r the marriage marriageceremony morrlle morrlleeer marriageceremony
ceremony ceremonyHiVHDY eer ceremonylitBlY onr onrJI1U1
HiVHDY JI1U1 imOTHEKS nnOTJEH8 IN IT ITDouble ITDouble
Double Tennis Champions Champios to Com Compete Cm Cmpete Cornpete
pete In n Eastern Ealern Events EventsA BrenU
A San Francisco Frnca dispatch today says
TheJ0ardy Te The Jjardy Qrdy Brothers Drthpr Samuel P 1 lIa1 and
Charlos Chnrls Summer double tennis cham champions champion chainp10mm ¬
pions of the th PacIHe coast oat will wi enter all alltho al
tho Important tournament tournlunent In the te eat
thte tlt BQ HMlr iIopThair on Thalr Thtr flrtt f f tournament t will willbe wl willbe
be b at Chicago Cllogo July Jul Jti 9 on tie t > ixjutia ixjutiaof OUW OUWo ooutjsof
of o the tie KenwoocJ tnwo Country t4untry elub for the tnetvesterh thewest beItr
tvesterh west Itr th championship ollunplonkl In singles lngl Ingf next nextthey nxt nxttly nextthey
they tly will wJ eroM Ir riuMuets rMet at the tli iPn iPntournament Cjn Cjntournament tpintournament
tournament at Magnolia ilarnola Mass MAl On July
84 JLthy they will wULlntt enter the eastern elten chain championship olln ollnplonlhlp chainpionship ¬
pionship doubles and 0 singles 11 lel for the theJjongwood theIng theLingwoed
Jjongwood Ing cup p at t thel thtLngw theLongwood ongwood Cricket Cricketelub CrleketIub CricketClub
Club Boston ton Mat W On July 31 they theywill theywill
will 1 play at Newcastle Nwcule N H I on the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel Wentworth courts eurt August 14 14will 1 14will
will wIl find fnd them tll At t Newport NeWfKrt entered Inter for forUnited torUnHt forUnited
United UnHt States Slt national natonl nationalchsplonsIlp nationalchsplonsIlpI I clmplonsljlp clmplonsljlpLIST cIRplonlllp cIRplonlllpLIST
LIST OF LETTERS LETTERStemalnlng LETTERSemJnlnr LETTERSteme1niiig
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oc ohIo Salt ait It Lake Lk City CI Utah Uth June 88 881MO 1 9 9iso
iso 1 To obtain these th letters leter the tbennt ap apnilettnt apnJlea
nilettnt nJlea ntt must iUit call eal for tr Advertised Lit Littons Littel Letisis
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tons tel and give the date of the list lst If Ifnot I Ifnot
not n called Ud for within hln two weeks wek they theywill thlYrt theyv1l1
will rt be i sent nt to the D Dead ad Letter Lter Ofllee OflleeIADIBS Ofoe OfilceLADhIS
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Barrett Jrrt C D Mrs lr8 Mnybln Aggie Arle E BSarnea EDan E3arnee
Sarnea Dan Cablne Mrs 11s Mitchell Michel Stella StellaBarclay Stela StelaDlrolny SteiiiroIay
Barclay Dlrolny Leona Lna McCown S D Mrs MrsBennett Mr1nnet MrsBennett
1nnet Bennett Nora Malen talel Jane Mrs MrsBolen MrsIlolen Ir IrJlen
Bolen Jlen Alice Al F 1 Mrs lr Nelson 1ellon T Mrs MrsCady MrsCathy r rCat
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The high lh Council Counci of the Granite GraniteStake Granio GranioStake GraniteStake
Stake of Zion will wi hold its Is regular recularnidntlr rcullr rcullrnidntl regularulOntla
nidntlr session In the Farmers ward wardmeetlrtt wardmt wardrmtestlr
meetlrtt house houl on Saturday next June June301h June3th Juneth
301h mt th cummenclng clmmenclng at 9 oclock a a m The Thegeneral Thereral ThereueraI
general reral 3th Priesthood Priestho meeting meting of said saidStake 81d 81dSLIUI saidSlake
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Florence Florenc museum A French expedition expeditionIn
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land flndln I1ndll therein no human Inhab InhabHants InhabHants inhabItants
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and emus Three of the emus were weretaken weretaken weretaken
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bore while the air enters as a natural naturalblast nnturalblnlt naturalblast
blast from the side Every thing Is au automatic automntlr nutomatie ¬
tomatic and the heat Is sufficient to tomelt tomelt tomelt
melt any metal except platinum platinumHuman platinuml1uman platinumHuman
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flight practical by b moans of the verti vertical vertical vertlcal ¬
cal screw Lord Rayleigh calculates calculatesthat caloulatesthat calculatesthat
that to support his own weight a man manworking manworkln manworking
working at the average power to be bemaintained bemaintained bemaintained
maintained for eight Jiours hours ours a day daywould daywould dayWould
would require a screw about 300 feet In Indiameter Indiameter indiameter
diameter and It would w uld be necessary necessarythat nece necessarythat sary sarythat
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weight and should be workable without withoutloss withoutloss withoutlois
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tamed from the waste souses a ses of blast blastfurnaces blastfurnacee t tturnaces
furnaces Is the following In Germany Germanyfortyone Oermanyrortyono Germanyfortyone
fortyone engines are run yielding a atotal ntotal atotal
total of 22000 horse power in Luxen Luxenburff Luxenburq
burl twelve t weh engines of 9760 horse horsepower horsepower
power Belgium eight of 3700 horso horsopower horsovowar horsopower
power France eight of 3250 horse horaepower hOrlepower horsepower
power Great Britain six of 2060 horse horsepower horsepower horsepower
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The greatest possible duration of a atotal ILtotal atotal
total eclipse ol o the sun has been accur accurately 1100urately accurately ¬
ately computed by the president of the theLeeds theLeoos theLeeds
Leeds Astronomical Society whose de determination determination datermination ¬
termination will succeed a more Im Imperfect Imperfect urnperfect ¬
perfect one made 123 years ago Five Fiveconditions Flvoconditions Fiveconditions
conditions are necessary to give tho tholongest tholongest thelongest
longest totality The new moon at or orvery orvery orvery
very near the point where the orbit orbitcrowes orbitcroIISes orbitcrosses
crosses that of the earth must also be beat beat beat
at Its nearest approach to the earth earththe earththe earththe
the sum must be at Its greatest dis distance distAnce thistance ¬
tance away totality should occur at atlocal atlOCAl atlocal
local noon with the shadow moving movingalong movingalong movingalong
along a parallel of latitude In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the diurnal motion of the observer observermay observerII1IlY observermay
may have Its full effect In detaining detaininghim latalnlnhim <
him within the shadow till sun and andmoon andmoon andmoon
moon should be In tho ho zenith HO that thatthe thatthe thattime
the shadow may be as large ns possible possibletho
tho observer should Be on the equator equatorso
so that his motion may ma be as rapid as aspossible nspossible aspossible
possible The fourth and fifth condi conditions condltiling conditi9ns ¬
tiling cannot occur simultaneously the thefifth thetltth thefifth
fifth being the more favorable The Theearths Theearths Theearths
earths radius or semidiameter being beingtaken beingtaken hein heintaken
taken as 3963295 miles and the moons moonsradius moonsradius moonsradius
radius us 1080 miles it Is found that the themaximum themaximum i iaxlmum
maximum totality will be about seven sevenminutes sevenminutes I Iminutes
minutes forty seconds and the eclipse eclipseshould oollpseshouleI eclipseshould
should be observed at noon near the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth parallel of north latitude about abouthe nboutthe aboutthe
the beginning of July JUI The longest longesteclipse longeatpcllpse longesteclipse
eclipse of the twentieth century will willoccur willoccur willOccur
occur June SO 0 19U and will wllll1nve have a to totality totality totality ¬
tality of 7 minutes SUi 4G seconds the thenoon thenoon thenoon
noon point being at 117 degrees east eastlongitude eastlongitude eastlongitude
longitude and 15 degrees north latitude latitudeTho latitudeTho latitudeThe
Tho plan of using floating o tlng net to re reduce reduce iiduce ¬
duce the force of waves at sea or at atthe attho atthe
the mouths of barbara is being tested testedby testCltIby testedby
by Baron Benvanuto dAlessandro dAle sllndlo an anItalian I1nItalian anItalian
Italian living in Paris Such nets form forma
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climb and under which they become becomemuch becombmuch ecombmuch
much flattened out A not lately made madeis
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square meshes of 1 Y1 Inches the ma material l1Iaterlal tim timterial ¬
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square foot Thin Thlllwll8 was anchored at the theport theport theport
port of Havre to pruUct some unfin unfinished un unfinished n nlshed ¬
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From the experiments at Sassnrl SassnrlSardinia SassnrlSardlnln SasanriSardinla
Sardinia It in l estimated that a town of
50000 inhabitants may be kept free from frommosquitoes trommosqultoos frommosquitoes
mosquitoes for 260 a year The swamps swampsand IIwaml1saOd swampsad
and other breeding spats are covered coveredwith coveredVlth coveredwith
with petroleum to kill the larvro and andUie imdUle andthe
the mosquitoes are exterminated by bymeans bymenns bymoans
means of o chlorine and other powerful powerfulchemicals powerfulchemicals powerfulchemicals
chemicals chemicalsThe
The peat bogs of Ireland and othor othorcountries othorcountries Othorcountries
countries are likely to have much great greator reat reator
or value In the future than they have havehad havehneI harehad
had In the past The possibilities of ofpeat orpeat ofpeat
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twelve years ear atll by Herr Zschorner ot otVienna orVlonna ofVionnu
Vienna and he has found that while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the grasses and seeds composing It have havebecome lIa lIaoocome havebecome
become chemically changed the fibers fibershave fiberhave fibershave
have not decayed but that they the m melastic arllIlnstic areelastic
elastic durable nonconductors of heat heatand heatnnd heatand
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