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THE DESERET EVENING NEWS NEWStltul1I
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THE BIG PROBLEM PROBLEMOF
OF WATER SCARCITY SCARCITYShall
Shall the theLiberty Liberty Park Wells be Utilized UtilizedIs UtilizedIs
Is the Scheme Practicable Some SomeOther S SonicOther I IC ICOther
Other Important Questions Questi ns I
The question of a sufficient watej watejor wat watuJIIly wtesup1y
uJIIly > or rather the lack of It Is I one oneUui QneUla qnwtfl4I
Uui I l Ii beginning to agitate ltte the public publicM pubitoaclrvey
M scarcely no other l Jeal al problem baa baathe buCIm baac
CIm c the last few year alL Varlout Varloutii Vrlout
ii t L nun nit fli for relief ar are being suggested suggestedi
i of them partially practicable practicablecihit
cihit ctli Ih r entirely ntlrel chimerical and nd absurd absurdimt aburdWllut abiurdWhat
What imt thu result will 1tI b I not many tax taxIK
1 IK venture nture to prognoatlcate Only Onlyu
u t lucratively few have given the theKuije the8rIOUI th thU
Kuije U t serious consideration Nearly Nearlyit
11 < it are re aware of the fact that the thtaltrtllgt th thI theahiruge
ahiruge I rttge In the he water supply It begin beginning baginnwg n nMIl ¬
MIl to assumeIn tact has already alreadykui klreadyhhll
hhll < kui on serious proportion The Th way waya
a IIf < > f the difficulty has yet to be de deM1 11 11t tiejI
t M1 Ij ei upon Couservattv Co rvative men agree agreeiiit agreethe r rhal
< iiit the question II not a political one oneIn oneIn onetn
In any all sense that partlaanihlp should ehoultiwI
1 ana Itn wI cannot < be made to out any con conciii conEIJlaLJlc conCrable
ciii EIJlaLJlc i able figure In the aettlsmtnt of the thetiuuble thetluulIl theti
tiuuble ti
AS TO BONDING BONDINGThe
The Th > proposition to raft money moneyenough moneytlluulb moneyeuugh
enough to increase the water supply by bymeans bynJtan bynwau
means of bonding Is receiving more morat moreI moreatttitlun
I at intiun perhaps ptr gpc tlmn any other Said Saida
a Imrimg business man today I shall shalln
n nut t ihjMt to the bonding Idea If I can canli CAnto canIe
li to injured 1I ufld that the money thus raised raisedwin ralllldIII
win III intually Il tuII be utilized In Increasing Increasingtin Increflntbe
tin tIi lajiwity of our present water eye systm IY IYtern eyetin
tm We V hae a lIne city here a city citythat cUytliat citythat
that lg the wonder of visitor who whoiiim whol
iiim l lIIl from the leading wealth and pop population 1101Ulatln P011IBtIufl ¬
ulation tenters of our countryand from fromituiia fromu1 1tI 1tII
ituiia Ulr the seas a city of which hloh we weHumid weHllul weNwutd
I
Humid l be much prouder than we ar aru are areII
u L uty ty with an almost a1m et matchless IMtchl cli climate eftInnt cli7nae ¬
mate a city that has more natural at attiaitluus athal atthl
tiaitluus hal tIlI than any an of which blch I have haveuny ha hauny havetiny
uny knowledgea a city with Innumera InnumeraI
H 1 I pleasure and health resorts within withinM withincv
eJ cv < M Y access acll hut what we w want just justiiv Just2iW
iiv almoat above bov any ny other one thing thingli thtn
li I an Increased supply supplyntinulnR supplyfltiiuIng upplyntlnulng
ntinulnR the gentlemen said The Thefn Thefilet ThefK
fn filet < t is I Wt e have got to have It Our city cityIf
If I growing rapidly ral > ldly It Is I a filling up with withhi with1J
hi 1J yrekers t tket and homebuilders from fromtlhr tromI fromClftT
tlhr I hJ tUatfs ttat who have been drawn drawnhiti drawnhithr tirawnhithr
hiti hithr r by y Us II many Plan advantage chief of ofvhi othi ofhI
vhi hi u I are re those of a social and educa educati educatlnd
ti tlnd t tai t haracter < But the limit hat hatuiuu h hulu baaffltw
uiuu bttn ii > rn reached A halt will come cometiiii oomeIllI
tiiii SB 4 we have hu I more 1110 water fat Now how howget howIdl
Idl II u > I gt it t It should not be dllll dllllfwer dliiiI
I 11 l t lot > oTl fwer II r that question All II that thatry
I L II ry is the application ot apt capltntly CIIpl1Il
14 1Il tntly applied There are am amkujipiy amIe amle
Ie II kujipiy source within com comany cornLy
paratu paratuuii 1 lrIIIly < any y reach The cost need netnlnut needntI neednt
nut ntI t > gn rat at I venture th the aawftlon aawftlonthut aaaertlonthat Uon Uonthat
that t tdl tr u ur r nft I1fttn en thousand dollars at atmost atPlu atmust
most t wm iI1 v t1t > M n 1 > tory ry great rut relief to the thecitizens theCftlZIJ8 thecJtlztiie
citizens or Salt Lake But If this thist thieEh I Ifhnlt
t fhnlt Eh h > mt > I haH h ha m mind Is not adopted
I hmld like to s see e tome other obtain obtainunj obtaintifl1
unj that too as a quickly Qulckl ae It can bo
pat in force What we need U water waterunl waterLIIJ waterffll
unl We should notbe not 1 too particular as
t t I hw w we w get It at long as we get It It1ultimately
1ultimately 1ultimatelyTUB Igtt isuatly isuatlyrI1F
TUB LIBERTV IAIIIC WELLS WELLSVlu WELLSlI VELLSAlu
Vlu < gintleman when asked as to
V tn I re any considerable supply could be
BfKurd Ei < lItd for at small a alum turn an that
vhi hlh li he named replied Why It IB
fuiii fUIIllIt at our very doors dooraln in the tplendld
wtun IIJ wells fII that were sunk by the
t i tv y v 4 rw w
year ago at a time when Its B Bitr
itr tI nupply was scarce as It It into thl
Jfar fur it will be remembered that a
Brut furnre fllrll was w va raised at the tlm
MU the th copiousness u upIuUn of this now which
rnH tiI i tontlnuc1
uninterruptedly In tea
F n > and a out neither n lther raising nor lower lowcru lowcrparatu
Ir1I the quontit thrown out dunn < that
11 tUR All ur which IndleteJ perma
r hI lOt the supply and It Is rood w Wa
f r I J It f
ou dont believe It come comeLl
L uii Ll and I will convince ynu of the
r ttivaa tte 88 of my statement We liav liavn h have
Ih < n now of according a rcSlng
t h tie tL
iigures of City Engineer Kel
t fo OIC f om million eight hundred
iund ltI gallon every twentyfour
UM u There are Home officials l who whoatefltifl
we a e 11 irn n intention to the question
1 11 er K 1 clare Ie lhat tte flow Is l ev eVen Uf great t
h
I that a Hut
fto noooptlng oPtlng this e eI
flIt it a 1I boing btfl lln
I correct It can be readl readlr
I fhHt ll t would add ud greatly to the tb
r i IS h f i Ih
city dt at the present time
t r k a i laat II volume of water and
111010 < Jl JlIft Iu Immense tlfli
good
Itt It can be put
th thFr priwnt frl nt system teln at a cost not notJl
Fr r at t I
Kuarantee than that stated stat cJ
I f thirty thlrl days daysHK dayTJI daysUhf
Uhf HK HCHBMB OPPOSBD OPPOSBDti
jt I rubPrll of the City ctt Council had
t th 0 i themselves th mll Iel In opposition to
if hne me only aa late aa a yesterday
L Lr I
the > h hail i opiKMed In strong Ian
f gu Y 11 h n18tallraent of a pumplns pumplnft
i r r 1 Ii
ti ftr t bUilding of the tit reservoir rYoir or orof
1
of f
It tho th water from these wells
Th 110 writer concluded to accept acceptj
I tatlon i n visit the
Around and IIndlit
j
tt lit r l himself l 1 A All It t was I evident
tttt n hr r this thl gentleman
waa
right
tt ttIS I
1 It
IS ISk tI tty councllmen wrong or that
k L unplim unrllrntn n were right and that thatr
II Tong TongII
II 1 Hi ILr r T TUB NBWSMAN FOUND FOUNDa
it 1 II UM
a referred to
lit are tt most
r Crt liT aware situated IJtu ted on n a tract tracted
iI dlirJ Wled lI ed d by the city Sajoinlng adjoining MJoInlnrL
I rom
L VTC futheastern corner of ofI
I lark iJk At present It Moms to toV toII
II I ftRlure V l land n < 1 for a herd of otI
I I nibbling th the grass and wal w wL whI
L Me hI n lip pln p In th the w Iter < t r course co
II I nicy nl the various Btreamt etrwa mI Into hi to toII
1 i u
hannel outttWImI
t on the outside outsideH
1 I II lfOr flOe beauUf I
II lr H IIte1 life f r
entbualaatically
in I IS
i h
S 1t J th 1 friend who had h driven the tinlr theIt
It rlroIMnta rIrntatire IrtIHnl tlv tin > to the UJ wells 1 and andIr
Ir lr I r by > V > 2 Jd < i < i to ° answer w r the query lUffdpcIt1ng queryr
r l declaring I am mt sure you
tk lily Ihp Water Wg u clear and
111 r
I Mllre th than n ntc Ut It WM COOl COOly
rr r Ii 1 hiliI and entirely y Without Withoutr
Inl or r Inlredlf B d
Ih nta t so far aa aafc
1 1
Ibr tc Wltll able ble t to detect and yet et
11t z IU mthlnr about It that did
Ih th4 Just the th fc tame s th the 1UlI UPI1Y ly
lIhl ti II through the water ter plllN PI with
111 It I is threRhd
t 101
1 plained was as account
r1
r I
> the Ih fact that
hn1 4 b bh bt tr that It was purer PU r
tht h ht < > tn n all fetiirrtt 1eIJ > ft Of court oou
t f t f I mthn that the lb Wilier did
Dn n i iiMn geth r pr nptnt OI > n to paw
l1lnr that th
> Imparity Kiul
to vn vnBUI n
tt1t II BUI n nut ill Utke4 t kf1t v In j ty the oIrt t artt water
ventured as a aUggeeUo Ul eUon
however how vr that the water flowing from fromthese tromUeee fromthee
these wells II Impure Im urt for to all ordinary ordinaryappearances ordln ordlnpCft ordinarypiiarancs
appearances ute contrary GOntra would wouldto Meta Metato sieito
to be true Kcverthelesa that Is some IOnttblll sconething something ¬
thing tblll that can caniy > > iy be determined by bycareful bycatul bycareful
careful analysis Bucli a determination determlnatiorwould
would be of no Inconsiderable value at atthis atthil atthis
this time
A OR GREAT BAT WASTe WASTHOne WASTeOne WASTILOne
One fact II very patent however and nndthat andthat andthat
that Is that there Is an almost entire entirewaste enUrewaltl entirewaste
waste of this more rno than one and a half halfmillion halfInlllioll half1nhIIio
million gallons of cer cool coo and spark sparkling lparkIIn sparkling
ling IIn water each day It has been said saidthat saidthat It Itthat
that It Is used for Irrigating purposes purposesbv
bv cltlMns living along alo Its It course be between between between ¬
tween the tb Park and the tb Jordan Hut Hutthis Jutthl flutthis
this thl doe not am m to be the case The Thestream ThItream Thestream
stream was followed by b the News Newsman NewIInan Newman
man for a condUarable distance and andwas andwu andwas
was found tountilO so far farbelow below the level of the theground theround theground
ground that apparently a arenU no effort Is Ismade Ismade ismade
made to raise rat it to the tb surface for use useof UHof useof
of any kind except pt to supply a spunk sprinkling IprlnkIIn spunkling ¬
ling IIn wagon or two on the Eat Uoule Uoulevan UoulVlrd liouleyard
van yard just west eet of Liberty Park ParkJust larkJut ParkJust
Just why this great waste t li I permit permitted ¬
ted at thw particular tune of water waterscarcity wltersoardty waterscarcity
scarcity It a question that the layman laymancannot larmanCAnnot laymancannot
cannot answer Perhaps ltrh8 some of th thcity the thecity thecity
city ofllclals will be able to do so al although althoUCh 1 1though
though not one on of those tho seen today todaywould todayould todaywould
would evtti make the attempt The Thetruth Thetruth Thetruth
truth Is I that they the letmeeS med astonished astonishedwhen utonlshe1when utonlhedwhen
when apprised of the real 1 condition of ofn ottlftalltl ofnaairs
n tlftalltl tlftalltlSOMPJ naairsSOM1 flair flair80MB
80MB IMPOItTANT 1 QUESTIONS QUESTIONSThere QUIUBTIONSThre
There are several 1IIarallmlOrtant Important questions questionsthat
that will have to be decided In eon connection eonnecUon eonnection ¬
nection with the plan to utilise the thewater thewater thewater
water from these wells If an anaylals anaylalsehould ansylsisshould nlyl11Ihoul4
should prove that they produced a awholesome awbolelOlne awholesome
wholesome How and the th Council should shoulddecide IhouldIteclde shoulddecide
decide to toerect erect a pumping plant and andforce andforte andforce
force the water Into the mains It should shouldbe
be demonstrated to a definite certainty certaintythat
that the maiM are siren strong enough and andlarge aDdlare andlarge
large enough and just how ho far north norththe norththe norththe
the extra supply can be forced and how howgreat howgreat howgreat
great a section of the city will be given givenrelief livenrelleC givenrelief
relief It IB I prwumed of course that all allthis allthis n ntl1I1
this will rc 1eC4IIve lve due consideration be before botfort befor ¬
fore final action hi taken It may be bethat bethat bethat
that this water rill not b be put to ute at atall atall atall
all But that again BUKBMU th the quet quettlon QU8ltlon question
tlon of continuous waste followed by
the repeated re tld query lOb Is this flow 110 never neverto ntl ntlto
to be utilised T No citizen who will take takethe takethe takethe
the trouble to visit the well and look lockat lookt
at t them for a single moment will be beraih beralh beenough
raih enough to ay that they should not netbe notbe notbe
be put to some wrvlce wrvlceNOT aeryiceNOT rYlee rYleeNOT
NOT SUHFACB WATER WATERIt
It w Wit < u demonstrated in the driving 01 ofthe 01thll 01the
the well that the water coming from fromthem frcunthem fromthem
them la I not a seepage Ip tre product of a asur asurSee Bur surface Burtllfe ¬
face See How The depth of the wells wellllis Is g only onlyabout onl onlbout onlyabout
about seventy feet but overlaying the thewater thetr thewater
water tr channel or cavern l Ia lea strong and andthick anllthick andthick
thick stratum of hard pan through throughwhich throughwhich
which when pierced the water rushes rusheswith rusheswith rusheswith I
with a force Indicating heavy pressure pressureand
and a source altogether different from fromthat fromtht fromthat I
that of a surfaoti character There are aretome areIOme areseine
tome men of thought and conservatism conservatismwho
who believe that an inexhaustible Inethall tlbl sup supply supply up uppi ¬
ply pi can be drawn from here It simply
being a question a alt to how many man holes holesare holesare holesare
are driven through this stratum or orhardpan orhardpan orhardpan
hardpan that has been referred to toAS toAS toAS
AS TO PROBABLE PROD LE VALUE VALUEThose VALUEtho VALUEIhuoe
Those tho who advocate the tb utilisation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the water ater from tliete wells say I that If Ifthis Itthll Ifthis
this water did not belong to the city cityand cIUIIntl cityand
and that It was owned by private In Individuals Inchldullll induiduahs ¬
dividuals either In or near this locality loclltythe
the city fathers would not hesitate hesitateto
to purchase It oven at fancy figures In Insubstantiation Jraub Znsubstantiation
substantiation ub t nUation of this attention IB IBcalled IIcall Iscalled
called call d to the recent purchased In Km KmIzration EmIratlon KNhigration
Izration canyon which It Is claimed claimeddid claimeddid
did not bring anywhere near as large largean
an augmentation as a the wells would wouldfurnish wouldfurnllh wouldfurnish
furnish Tills the th they cite to show that It Itseems Itltm Itseems
seems ltm to be human nature to forget forgettoat for forgetteat t ttnat
teat which It hog ha and strive for that thatwhich thntwhich thatwhich
which It hM not notTUB notTUE notTIlE
TUB LIBBKTT PARK SPRINGS SPRINGSThere SPRINGSTherc SPRINGSThere
There are az two kinds of water on the thetract thetract thetract
tract of ground where the wells > veH are arelocated arelJeQt arelucatedthe
located lJeQt lucatedthe the th now from the well and andthe andthe andthe
the flow from the sprlns there being beingseveral beingtI8tral beingseveral
several ot the latter In the vicinity vlclnltJUtloltnS
Judging from external appearances the thecprlng theflprlnl thespring
spring water In of a surface nature and andentirely andentirety andentirely
entirely dlaerent than that which whichcomes whichcome whichcomes
comes up through the artesian nrtettl n shafts shaftsmade flhdtBmde shaftsmade
made by b the city 011 ypors f1re ago In addi addition addItion addition ¬
tion to that the ipnnc l1tfn water seems to tobe tobe tobe
be very ver uninviting uninvitingAN unlnvltlnAN
AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE COMMITTEEA CO MITTRS MITTRSA
A Mntltn NWnnt nt woe W enocuntered during
the th day da that favored the appointment appointmentof
of on advisory committee of Influential Influentialcitliens Influflttalctllenl influentialcitileni
citliens regardless of politics or re reoUglon ¬
ligion to act with the Council In the thesolution theeoluUol theoiutlop
solution of the th present difficulty of an anInlideuuat aninadeounte
Inadequate water supply It was wa not notrlatai notIatclll notpitacJ
rlatai In what way wa this would be
done but It was s thought that the City CityomcJ1 Citycornal
Cotincl would not be unwilling to toIe re receive reeoie ¬
ceive Ie such MslsUnoe In fact that It Itwould Itwoultl itwould
would be glAd to get It it In this con connection conneetlon eonniction ¬
nection It wan suggested IUJ tlltecl that mass massmeetlnz mMInJl massmeotIn
meetlnz nJl lln = of citizens would probably be becalled becUtd becalled
called to make the appointment and to totake totake totake
take such other step In the premls premlsan IIremllllOM
an mlht be deemed necessary Mean Meanwhile Mnwhll Meanwhile ¬
while all concerned will await awaitwith with In ¬
terest the meeting of the City Council Councilthat Councilthat
that will be held tonight tonlthtCIIOPPEDJJJS tonlhtCJIOPP tonightI
I S SCHOPPEDillS
CIIOPPEDJJJS CJIOPP CHOPPEDillS m HIS HAND HANDLlttlo HANDWtlo hANDLtttlo
Llttlo Fonr onrYoorOltlUls YearOld Has tho Member MemberSjillt Yem1l1rSlllIt Memberbidltfroin
Sjillt bidltfroin from Top to liottoni liottoniLMt 1I0ttomwt iJottoillLast
Last night a little 4yearold boy boynamed boynalneel boynamed
named Nelson whose parents reside on onKlghth on1mhth onICihth
Klghth South between Fourth and andPlftli anclJllLUI andP1U
Plftli Bait streets II atrsqtpwae tIM I xwas wall at a play with withMm with101M withsome
Mm other little fellow whose identity IdentityII
II at present unknown and In some someway IIOmewY someWay
way the not hold nt an n a axe < AH a n reo 1w >
suit on one of the th little IIttlN Nelson lO boys
hands was split almost alm t from fro the th wrist
to between the second and third finger tln ra
No one on saw w tbe accident a ldnt and the little
fellow being so young a lucid explana
tlon can not be had It is evident
however that the other little boy In
flirted the wound as it would be 1m 1mPosalble 1mP imPossible
Possible P for th the Nelson boy to have
done It himself The Th Injury wan very ery
painful but it Is thought that tbe t e hand
wilt 111 recover Its normal condition again
Dr Wllopx attended the juvenile pa ¬
tInt The family or aN Mid to be nut
ferine fer1n from what hat may be called caJl a astreak
streak of 111 luck A short Urn ago agoanother
another little boy in the family was 8 at
tacked with poison Ivy and reached r a avery avel avery
very vel dangerous caErUI condition cldllon The Te mothst motI
Is I Ill I and e the tb father ftbr has been bn out Olt of ofwork oCwork ofwork
work for a long ln time tlt until unt yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdeywhen teq teqwhen
when b bl began again aaln At night how however howeer however
ever eer he h bn came Gle home with Ith nlrt a spraineil spraineilback IPrni IPrnibck pralnsdback
back bck having hng attempted aUenpted to t lift IUtoo IUtoomuch toomuch too toomuch
much He Is I now In a painful state stateIll ltt lttI
Ill I luck seems am to pursue IIue the t poor pr people peopleDESTRUCTIVE Ilple IlpleD POPILt
t S SDESTJtUGIl
DESTRUCTIVE D SlJUC IE E BLAKE BLAKEHoeltlcnoe ULAZnOI BbAERoldoiioe
Hoeltlcnoe nOI clo fll nut nnd Horn 1kl 114111101 of WUHnm Wllom Hart HartUiitf 1lnrtug lnrtifug
Uiitf ug Destroyed Votocd This Ills Afternoon AfternoonAt Atmnon AtmnonAt
At 4 oclock oclok this thlsatternoon afternoon Informs Information InCor InformsUon ¬
tion was telephoned telpho to the Newt Nt that thata t
a fire nr cause cau unknown had completely completelydestroyed cpletel cpleteltroye eompletelydestroyed
destroyed troye th the residence Iden and barn b of ofWilliam otWila ofWilliam
William Wila Battling Blllr proprietor liroprtor of the th New NewTork NewYork Newrork
York Cash store 1 near Fourth Plh Bast Jt uI and andTenth audTetb andTroth
Tenth Tetb South S streets streetsTh at atT streetsThe
Th T flee Ar department rteDt was w called cUI to t the theMne theI theseine
seine I shortly lhlr after after ft I oclock oclok and 4 had hadnot bd bdM hadnot
not M returned um at ai th time tlnt of going rll to toru toI tolIlU
I lIlU > ru In fact tat It WM 1 still tIJa engaged In Inth 10th inha
th ha fight tt of extinguishing exflbln the tb blue blateTh bl blr blueTb
Th rang r and anI a 1 few articles acl of fund furnltur furl furlture fundturs
tur It Is said 14 were we th the only onl thing thingsaved Ut thingssaved
saved e The Th lose of both bth house ho and andbarn aAdbrn andbarn
barn brn ar ar are thus thl almost allt complete olplCte Some BomInsurance 1 SomeInsurance
Insurance Ilurance was w wa carried cr but lt the amount amountof aunt auntat
of It could not Dt be l learned learnedA lem lemA
A RAVING iA lNG MADMAN MADMANJohn lAD IAN IANJohn
John Switrtz Swnltz Ilocomas OCIIS Violent 1ont nt lie thuCounty thoCOlntJ lieCoiiiity
County JutJohn lull lullJohn JII JIIJohn
John Swarta Swart tit the man who wh was ar arrested arteel arrested ¬
rested teel In II Caldert Clder 1ark last Friday Fridayevening lrday lrdayCvenln Fridayevening
evening Cvenln for taking undue liberties IbrUe with witha wllbgrl
a ninepearold girl grl was 1U to t have gone gonebefore gonebefore one onebtore
before btore Judge McMaater this morning morningto mornlnatt
to tt enter his plea ple but blt he Is I now a rav ravIng rar raving
Ing In maniac and has been bn making times timesllvelv tme timeslively
lively Ivlv at the county jail Jai ever e r since last lastevening lutvenln lastevening
evening venln Saturday Stura afternoon atemon he WM WMliave wuaq wastSIU
tSIU aq SOUI UII JaM pus n tv U 1 ° qU poes poeshave II IIhave
have recurred rUITd at frequent CUtt Interval IICrval un until unt unUI
til t they thlY culminated last lit evening In de dethroning d dthronln 4throning ¬
throning his 111 reason rUn and nd transforming transforminghim tntntormlnhlrn transtotininghim
him Into a madman Ills JI struggles trulll last lastevening Illt Illteenl lastevening
evening eenl to get free tre were wr terrific terril and it itrequired Itruir Itrequired
required ruir six men to pinion him down downwhile downwhie downWluile
while whie the muffs muc were we put on him All Allnlfht Al Allnight
night long lon he raved wildly wI41 and made madenight madenllt madenl11t
night nllt hideous Idtul for the other prisoners prisonersHe prlonene
He seems am to be b getting geting more mor violent all allthe al allthe
the tll time and it is probable prbable that ho howill hewi howill
will wi be b taken to the asylum aylum at once onceThose onceTioe onceThose
Those Tioe who have ha teen an him say IY that It IB IBImpossible I IIrpOIble inimpossible
Impossible IrpOIble that he could culd be b feigning feigningSCOPIELD felrnIDSCOr feigningSCOFIEI1I
SCOPIELD SCOPIELDExecutive SCOr JIJD H iti1IFFUN1 iti1IFFUN11xecutlvo JgH rfUND rfUNDXCCltC
Executive XCCltC Committee Cmmltec COllllfllttcOWill Mil 1 Make akc Iur IurtltU InrtRI Iarthu
tltU tRI Distribution DistributionThe IBtl11ItOI IBtl11ItOIThe
The executive exeutve committee Olnlt of the State StateSconeld SttSI1 StateScotleki
Sconeld SI1 relief fund has ha been bn In Inteaalon Inacn insession
session acn the whole of today to for or the tb pur purpose purpe purpose ¬
pose pe of making a partial pata dittributoton dittributotonof dlltrtbutln dlltrtbutlnot
of the funds tne on hand bn to those tho an entitled entitledto ntte tit led ledto
to relief rllet In accordance acr41ce with wit the plan planadopted IIIndopte planadopted
adopted dopte some time tme ago at Those Tloe present presentwere prant prantwert presentWere
were Charlman James T Hammond HammondMsdames Hammond1ltru hammondMiidainei
Msdames 1ltru O J Salisbury Sallbur and Abbott AbbottR Abbt
R Heywood Iyo the latter latt r of Ogden and andMessrs andMeisri
Messrs 1lera C W Wilson Wlln and at W V Colton ColtonUp Col4n Col4nUp CottonUp ant
Up to a I late hour this afternoon afternon Chair Chairman clllr clllrman Chairman ¬
man Hammond announced announce that the thecommittee thermmlte thecommIttee
committee rmmlte had h nothing thus far to give givecut giveout givecut
cut for publication publicationCASE pubUaton pubUatonOASE publicationLtSE
CASE OF Ol DEPUTY JIEASTON JIEASTONJHnRliani lEASTON lEASTONllngha iIEASTONlilngbani
JHnRliani llngha Ponce PICO Officer Ofccl diii Appfara AlllltOld Heoro HeoroCounty Ielol IletoioCOuIIltytlOilrd
County COl COuIIltytlOilrd COuIIltytlOilrdThe I t tlotird tlotirdThe UOlr UOlrThe
The petition ptton of Illngliam Dn < hrn citizens citzen filed filedA lelt leltA
A week wek ago ar asking Iklna for the removal of ofDeputy oCJtputy ofDeputy
Deputy Jtputy Sheriff ehrl A U I Heaston n ton on the theground thegrnd theground
ground grnd that he h wit wu not attending at dlng to bin hlBduties ht binduties
duties dUtN was w taken up at a meeting mtng of ofthe orthe ofthe
the board brd of county commissioners cmmlonr held heldyesterday heldretnday heldyesterday
yesterday retnday afternoon alroon A number of the thepetitioners thepttoner thepetitioners I
petitioners pttoner were present rnt as a also alo was wasMr wa WasMr
Mr Heaston Heaton at A t th tM Invitation 11taton of the theboard thebar theboard
board bar and addraased addr the meeting ltDS It Itwas Itwa Itwas
was represented relrante that Deputy Dputy Heaston Heastonhad ntonh Ileaatonhad
had h on numerous occasions oclonl failed tate to toarreet torret toarrest
arrest rret petty t offenders o ndera the th consequence consequencebelnz consequencebun < onaulnc
belnz bun = that numerous guilty ruly ones on es escaped e cicaped ¬
caped punishment punlhment and furthermore trermor that thatdrunkenness thtdrunkl thatdrunkenness
ap
drunkenness drunkl neu and nd Indecent conduct conductwere conductwere conductWere
were on the Increase IncreaseMr IneNUIr
Mr Ir Heaston 1eaton talked tlke in his hi own behalf behalfand bhalt bhaltand behalfand
and a number of cltltent clUan 00 talked for forhm forhim forhim
him The officer said ald that lie always alwaysarrested alwysarltet alwaysarrested
arrested arltet an offender otendr when hen caught cught In the theact theact theact
act but when people Ppl complained cmplaine to tohim tohim
him of someone 10mene having hlvln done this that thator
or the other he advised Id11 such persons personsto vr I
to go a and ald swear out a warrant warnt and he hewould hl hewould
would make the arrest He 1 did not be belleve beleve beliee
lleve leve the law la authorised authorla him to arrest arrestpeople arrt arrtptple arrestpeople
people ptple Indiscriminately Indl8rlmnately The Te board boardtook b boardtook
took the matter under advisement advliementGRANTS adlemnt adlemntOUA advisementa1rsvItJts
GRANTS OUA a1rsvItJts rS VIMjff 8 QUOTA QUOTAThe
The good God people pple or QrantsvllloTooele QrantsvllloTooelecounty GrantsIIT le lecounty
county have been circulating cirlatng a list lst for forsubscriptions forlub forsubsaiptlons
subscriptions lub ttpt oll to the Seofleld enld relief fund fundand tundand fundand
and today toay sent through the News the thesubstantial thesubtantal thesubstantial
substantial subtantal result of U12M U12MY 11290S
S 4 4V U2 U2y
Y JI M J A OFFICERS mFlEHS MEETING MEETINGThe IElIXO IElIXOThe
The regular monthly month officers ofctr meeting meetingof meelng meelngot
of the Y M M I X A A of Salt Slt Lake Lkt Stake Stakewill Stkewi Stakewill
will wi be b held In the Social SIBllall Hall Wednee Wedneeday Wene Wdneeday
day da July llth 1h at I pm Rider Ildtr B H HRoberts nRobrti IIRoberts
Roberts Robrti will wi continue cnUn his hillltur lectures upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the work of the manual A full at attendance attendn attentiane ¬
tendance tendn of all ofllcers oft Is 1 expected epte and andall andal andall
all al M I A workers worker ar a are Invited Imle to be bepresent beprant bepresent
present prant JBSSU J SG O Hia IIGS IIGSStke 111005 111005Stake < 3S 3SStake
Stake Stke Secretary S tr Y M 1 M I I A A1ILNBII AmXBI A31flRll
1ILNBII mXBI CBBAXBS CIKAlR THOUBLE THOUBLEHamlln rllWUI4F LROUBLFhlamlin
Hamlln Hamln Millar MIr a German miner thir thirtytwo thlrttwo thirtytwo ¬
tytwo years ers of age ag created crte a disturb disturbance disturban disturbanos ¬
ance an at the DIakeinore House 10ul on Sec Second Se Seeond
ond South Suth this afternoon afternon by throwing throwinga thrwing thrwingn
a n bowl and miter rter pincher Ilacher out of the thewindow thewIndow thewindow
window to the pavement Jement below belol Officer Ofcer
William Wilam Hilton 11on arrested arrted Miller Mier and
took tok him to the station e Uon where he vas wasbooked vasbooked
booked bke for drunkenness drnkenne and disturb disturbing dllturbIn I ¬
ing In the peace pece Miller Mier claims caIm he was wasrobbed Wa wasrobbed
robbed rbbe and proceeded proed to t get revenge In
the manner above stated elte
GOLNO aoiJ EAST EASTW JSl JSlW
W H I Needhom Neham Nedhamhead head h8d of Z C JL 1t IB IBdry rsdr Igdry
dry dr goods g department accompanied llomPnle by byhis byhI byhis
his hI son ln Imrl will wllMve leave for the large largeeastern largetern largeeastern
eastern tern marts this thl evening oellnl for fO the pur purpose purC purpose ¬
pose C of buying fall tnl goods Mr Need
gos Ne
weeks wHkl barn hr expects 8Ptl to be gone about lbut six sixweeks Ilx IlxwHkl sixweeks
Window 1110 Gln Glass n Ciiltnra Cutor League LeagueCleveland lnjue lnjueClevelnd LoaguucCleveland
Cleveland 0 July loTlie annual annualconvention AnnualenYeMlon annualConvention
convention enYeMlon of the Window Glass Oll Cut ¬
ters league JgU of America Amtc began here to ¬
bn lere
day with about ninety
wih delegates delpte p present pres present ¬
ent The most mot Important nprlnt business bllne to tocome tocome tocome
come before the convention cnvenUon will W1 be ar arrangement arrangemnt atrangement ¬
rangement of the scale Ile for th tl the ensuing enulnger
year er Recently Jent the officers oters of the Win
dow dlw aiaasblowers union adopted adopt an anagreement anagreement anagreement
agreement with the American merIOn Window
Glass company omPn by which the trust trultlll Is to toiuve
have the best bet workmen In return rturn for a
block blek of stock stok given lven to t th the union unlcl This Thisaction Thlaoton Thisaction
action aoton of the Blowers Dowera union officers omcl will willmoat wi willmost
moat mt likely lkly be b severely condemned fndlmnM and
It IB said ak that the window winow glass Ci cutters cuttersmay wll cuttermay
may ma take some oie action which will offset
the h he trust wi olaet
tNt
FOREIGNERS TAKE TAKEA TAKEAPRIMUES
A PRINCES PALACE PALACEIt
It is s in Pekin arjtl a Opposite Oppo ltQ the theBritlih theBrlh theBrltlh
Britlih Brlh Lotion Lotiony LotionBOMBARDMENT Ltlon1 Ltlon1flOMHARDM1NI1 ar y ton tonlmlAnD
BOMBARDMENT lmlAnD 1N OFTKIN OFlEJN IIUN TSIN TSINUptvnrd TSINUlird IN INUlifrd
Uptvnrd Ulifrd of a llimijril mid 011 lirtjf lirtjfNliolU ItnrhClh vtrt vtrtShells
Shells hClh Throivu jtron1 IH Ii to lli at ibs C Ceu CeuCflol eui euiee u uTH
Cflol ee iou
1 1I
TH 1 I Tata I July irU Lti to reported Nprte from I feeniCbl fromChins
Chins c Cbl BMtroea that th t foreigners linei at atkin Pa Pakin 1
11 kin in taken t poeaetyon of one oe Ofl of o DM DMprince thepslnces
prince pln J p51ss nalae oppftite ot opp lte and nd cow cowBMndlnff 1 caseissnding
BMndlnff mt th the Britteb Drt latm Jton and ne that thatthe Ut Utt Usitthe
the t native btl Chriatiatkifhave Crul ChrIaiiai4 have been bn In Installed InI Installed ¬
stalled I therein thereinTie tr thereinnob >
Tie nob e Talus T Wednesday 8r July Jul 4TN 4TNChines 4 4Cln 4rheChines
Chines Cln shelled ele the foreign settlement settlementnil Ittlen
nil day d leu lent July J111 1 3 ppwrds T Tpwarde warcSII of i iiMils 110 110hells 11
hells ahl fetl I into th C co eontjetsion + lon ud nd uurny uurnyhotis umyhouse
house 1 wer w were partially Iltlau lRtIli wrecked wrlke The ThecatualtiM Thecalusitles s scnI
catualtiM cnI however bw tert were few the thootvtliatt tkece theolviusas
otvtliatt ce and a4 women WOI womeaai4d an a 1 children rhtdrn being beingrdrd bl beingsrdiid
rdrd to seek k shelter aele In the cellars cella of ofth otti ofthe
th ti the town kR hall hl and ad the te tor Hotel HotelThnw 1otel 1otelCaJnt Hotelht
Thnw ht companies CaJnt of oftry aranese rann Infnn Infnnand Infantry infntry
try a mountain llntl batter batterIlUMtana IHtr and a body b of ofhlnese otnU ofRussians
Russians nU 1 engaged tale the thetat u hlnese Inf1 artillery artilleryle utle
tat with wlt little lit effect eteet T Tthe re le e 12pounder 1punde of ofrulier e ofthe
the te Uritlah IU first Ilt claw clawth ClA rulier Ilfr Terrible Terriblebut Ttrrlbl Terriblethin
th tn thin n came MO Into action acti setlon4tut but ut the enemy enemyrHcd en enp cnmeaplsced
rHcd two tW shells aell fairly tllr fsiriyunder Under nder the gui gvadamaging paoong guidarag1n
damaging oong p the carriage Irag and wounding woundhtgtM uune
tM t tie crew e The T gun was wa walthdrawn withdrawn tbdrwn and andreplaced andteplscdby
In an
replaced tpllll teplscdby by b a French g gn n which whch had ba a aalmllar a111r asimilar
similar 111r experience rnc agl slull oil I bursting butnc In Inthe Inthe inlee
the midst nlt of Its It I crow crw crwTh crewfl1e t tThe
The Th Japanese JaD caeual easuIles es during th thdy thdT the thedays
dy dT flsbUni I were e an ifllcer clr and two tworn twomel twomen
rn mel men n MUM JnJ and twentymen twnt men wounded woundedTli woundedTue ouna
The cmnmltieti CMl11 casualties t of th t the other oer er forces for en engaged engaged n nQt ¬
gaged Qt at ate not Pt yet known knownTh know
Th Th Chinese Chin In Uie Ul Ut vicinity of Ties TienTain TII TiesTIn
TIn hav hM been 1n relnfortjed relflto vllnt during durig the thelaw thelest
law 1 fortyateht toht hours bf b several averal thou thouBand tu tuaud thousssd
Band of Ocneral Qerl Ma1 and General GeneralSoar GeneralSungs
o M an
Soar Saa troop tr from P Pklj kl > L The Chinese Chinesehav CbM Chinesehave
have tN alto a mounted 1ti a nuipbrr aU iuber br of heavy heavygwa hv heavyguns
guns l commanding eMlln tit the etttlementt etttlementtA Uementator
A fore tor QSee of Boxers Iun numbering IU brtn abut abutS about3NO about aboutSMO
SMO S men m was seen an entering enteing the thetie na native n ¬
tive t tie city cty yeaterday erday
Vice Vic Admiral Adsusiral1tlxiIt clrlrl Jlexll Alexiett has arrived arrve here hereand h herarid
and command commandTbe ad commd commdT la I expected ext to toII assume supreme tuprtmecommand supremecommand uprel
The T allied al force torc now JIU wimbw about abt abt1G
10000 1G men mel Including hlludlnr theHoo thll th IdO Japanese Japanesewho pn
who wh arrived n yesterday eterda eterdaArllnt t JArrangements tArnuijpnenta
mad dl send sendAll sendall
Arrangements Arllnt are re being to ld
All 11 the tb women WOll and children cblt bli to Japan JaPn by bywy byw byway
wy w of Taku Tku and Cbs Ci Poi PoiBMlRHSB FotIpRl8s t tRMJ
BMlRHSB RMJ DOWAGER DOWAGERu DOWAJ NSATJON NSATJONn 9T1ONIuhi4Dfl
Iuhi4Dfl u July JII lv lvfurowh iss 011 011Rtnllh olitoial olitoialssutoss
ssutoss n furowh Rtnllh aaotiwr aaotiwrIn 10 tsy tsytn
In ftntiBundng nMunah that tha the 1 the4aiter w Her HerpreM Jr sin sinpress m mwt
press who wt had been bn Ittf reported re rted within withintwo withintwo lhln lhlntwo
two weeks Wel dead de fled poisoned pllnt and andhorlesly aO andhopeleealyxnad
horlesly hupll hopeleealyxnad mad has ha resumed relume the reins relntof r
of power we The Th date given U I June JO JOthe 3 3Uthe
the th Mine me on which wlth the wholesale mae massacre In maeCaere ¬
sacre ac of foreigners lorllel Is alleged aleg to have havoccurred h haveoccurred
occurred occurredThe OcU occurredThe r
The telegram tegm of Sheng the adminis administrator admlnlstrator adminitrator ¬
trator of telegraphs teera h and railroads rair to tothe t tothe
the Chlntue Qtnle minister at Washington WashingtonWu Wuhlnrn WuhlnrnWu
Wu Ting Tn Fang Fn saying Inl the tit imperial imperialgovernment Imprl Imprlgovemnt Imperialgovernment
government govemnt to protecting protectoc the legation legationappear leraUoA legationsappears
appear ap h to nt ft In with the dispatch dlptch from fromShanglwl frm frmShanlhal fretsShanghai
Shanghai of o this morning lornlnl particularly particularlywith partkulay partkulaywith
with reference fe to the alleged aleltd directions directionsgiven dl directionsgiven ton
given rlve br be b4he k dowager empress relative relativeto relatve relatveto
to the prtion protection of foreigners forelner At tb tbsain tl the theseine
seine All time tm people lie continue contnue to ask why whyIf wh
If the legations le are protected prtKte the min minister minlete mm mmIsters ¬
ister lete are a nt permitted prmitted to communi communicate commuelcats ¬
cat with the Ut outer oter world orld Shengs Shen ex exprMMd cxpressed
pressed fear that the th food too and ammu ammunlUoiw ammunitlens mmunIU
nlUoiw nIU of o the iii legations lelalon are exhausted exhaustedare Ihaul
are ar counteracted cuAtote by b the news that thatPrince tht thtPnce thatPrince
Prince Pnce CMnc CI the commander conunnder of the theMancbu theIanchu theManehu
Mancbu Med A forces foret Is II rtvlctuallng rtvlctuallngthem rltualq rltualqthem
them beside bd which wltch It I Is I now known knownthat knw knownthat
that In the last Jt resort rrt there are ae avail available aa available
able for to food 4 eeveral Inerl hundred hundr ponies poniesumiajly 1m poniesusually
usually u8 1 kept within wihin the walls aUI of th thIlrlftfh th the theiritEh
Ilrlftfh Jrlt legation Iltln Meantime Mentme according accordingto acorg acorgto
to the t legation llon of Japan Jpn here th thJapanese tb the theJapansee
Japanese JaJA by no n moans Ieanl share the geese gewcal p
al fplnfon fntn that tlt the advance on Pekin Pekinmutt Pl PekInmust
mutt Iut be t Indefinitely Intnltel > delayed delae The offl offlciaU 01 o odale I
dale ll assert I that the tb Japanese Japn have no noIntention noIntnLln nointeLion
Intention IntnLln of halting at Taku or Ties TienTste TiesTale e
Tale T but IUt propose p to advance advno on IeMn IeMnduring IMn IMnurng Ps4dnduring
during the te present week w k Their helr milL military miUtA milLtar ¬
urng pnt
tary tA tar auth0ritl autIHtl s express the th opinion opinionthat oplnlDnthat opinionthat
that MOM O O of tbllr their troops trp In addition additon to tothe toth tothe
the th tnlernatonl International forces fonel already 1 re avail available avai available ¬
able RbI sill 11Itlce suffice to force an entry et Into Intothe Int IntotIle
the th Chinese ChlnU capital capitalKmparer Olitl capitalEmperor
Emperor Bp8rr William Wiiam despatched dettpatche the lee German ai leemiii ¬
man wamblp fbil Bustard from ICier for forChina lorChina forChIna
China this tl morning while the German Germancrulftera Gnln Gnlncruln Germancruiser
cruiser cruln Ofcler and Steadier Seldler have been beenordered b beenonlered
ordered oner to t proceed pt to China as rapidly rapidlyHH
HH RI llbie peodble from their th lr American Ameican and andAustralian andBtrln andtmtrallan
Australian Btrln motions Ilalonl respectively respectivelyIt rtplvely
It 1 has be b been n learned leand by b the Associated Alate AssociatedPress d dPrtfs
Press Pre that the thl Chinese ChinH legation here herethough her herethough
though apparently npprcmt unable to communi communicate commanlcate ¬
rate cate directly dlrey with Pekln Ptkln It getting gettingnews Rttlng Rttlngntwl gettingnews
news ntwl from there the Indirectly The e officials officialsof ofcals ofcalsof
of the th legation declare delare the present presenttrouble prnt prnttrouble presenttrouble
trouble Is entirely the work of Prince PrlnoTuan Prin PrinceTuan
Tuan Tua and nd that the government Ivernmlnt the thedowager thed thedowager
dowager d ager empress eP and the Chines Chin gen generally ien ieneraly genorally ¬
orally eraly ar 1 are against the tht Boxers 10XI The of ofn ofnlals offlaialn
n nlals Iata ale al toy M they the have hve rean reason to hope hopethat hop hopethat
that tbt the situation siuation at Pekln is Improving Islmp1ngnd Improvingand
and nd that Prince Chlng will 11 succeed sue In Inprotecting Inprotetng inprotecting
protecting protetng the foreigners They scouted scoutedtbe IUte
the stories fore of the massacre of the people peopleIn
In the legation lepUol and nd the poisoning plenlnr pp of ofthe of ofthe
the tle emperor smlJrr and dowager empress empre er erpre cxIlteaS x
pre Ilre IlteaS the th opinion that thlt Prince ClUng and amithe anI anIIhe andthe
the loyal 1011 viceroys vlcoYI could best b b be assisted asalsteOby aYste
by b > the promised prml d dispatch dllptch of Interna International Intrnatlon1 international ¬
tional reinforcements rslnformentl and the premise premiseof IrelHleo IrelHleoot
of help In the formation tormaton of a strong stronggovernment stronggovernment stronggovernment
government government
Sheet fionlc Swtle8igncd Sinned for Mill MillsNew MillNew 111
New York York July Jul 10 10A A rcprenntatlve rcprenntatlveof reetUve reetUveot I
of U > o finest Steel St 1 company cmln Bald Ild today
tr
In rezard Iad to t the th advices adI from tr PUts Plttoburg PUt PUtsburg
burg that the company empU1 had rtsnarf Ih1 the thesh thelMI thesheet
sh lMI sheet el scale le of o the th Araaleanaated Amltnte Asso Association A AcaHon Asesciatien ¬
ciation era caHon er en of Iron Irn and nd Steel Ste and Tin Tn Work Workera Worker Worken
eraThe The e scale Ile WM Wa signed Ine only onl for talUs inUIarunnln talUsrunnin Wa Wannnl
runnln as union unio mills mia The Tb Independ Independent Icld Icldnt ¬
ent nt or nonunion Inunln mills mii arranged urn with withth withthe
th th the company ePIU practically prttealy the same 11 rates ratesM ratNN wtb wtbth
M N those th of la last t year yearObrrlln yearOlerlln er erOhlrlu
Obrrlln Ohlrlu CnriorCiiM CnriorCiiMNew Carter Cato CnoNi CatoNew
New Ni York York July UProoeedlngs UProoeedlngss 11rlss 11rlssa
s against = alnst II D Own V 1 V F Gaynor GaynorIv K J
II Oaynw Oa nC and W V K J Qaynor GynCr all al of ofGeorgia ofGft ofGeor1a
Georgia Gft to have them removed movd to the thejurisdiction thejrtalcton thesriadiction
jurisdiction jrtalcton of the federal flfrl courts CUrl In 1 that tht
State ftale wore eN resumed umed before ICo United Unle
Stated SCt Commissioner Cmml8lon Shield Shttd today to
The Te chars against alanst the th Qayuors and
Green Ofn in I complicity Dmpllct In the Ue frauds rutll an re reBardlng ro roPlng megarding
Bardlng Plng the contracts ontrartl for rolmproRultl Improvement
In n Savnnnah harbor harr for which Former
JOI
Captain C tln O M Carter Crter was 1 ree recently ntly wn
tensed tenoe to Fort rt IvtIwort Leavenworth I aven tirth prlton prtln tJ
The examination emlnaUon of J W O Stlrley SUrlelor1rl
formerly lor1rl chief citric elu In the engtnetrs enltrl
department dfrrment on 0 whose wbO testimony tlo Cap Captain Cp Cptaln Capthin ¬
thin tinued tinuednuoTHKiiiiooiTbi Unue Unue110rUml tlnuodIIIIOTIL1CIIJOO1 Carter Cr was WI coflcU CILd l was con continued on onUnue contlnuod ¬
nuoTHKiiiiooiTbi IIIIOTIL1CIIJOO1 ol TAHOHH TAHOHHTlioy TUIonNThoy TtIIOlt8They
110rUml
They Aro Ar l Jrolnrlnl ropnrlii to IniuiRtirnto IniuiRtirntoAnother Jnlfnrlto JnlfnrltoAlothor ltinugtirato4tnutluor
Another Alothor Htrlko HtrlkoNew Strlko StrlkoNf dtrlkuNew
New Nf York York July 10Tb members membl of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Brotherhood Brothrho of Tailors Tlol who are artsaid area areiaid
said a to 0 number flumbr some Imt 11000 10 are ar again againgetting aplnrette againettlng
getting rette ready rdy for a genetel ener enerl I strike They Theysay The Thetbt Theysty
say that tbt alt e the Ul advantages dvrt which they theywoneevera thrver theywosacevenil
woneevera ver years ago have bve been ln gradu gradually gradusv ¬
ally aU lost and aa lcan that tha the thlatloton con eanirnotoni t motors gu guaU have haveIn hve
In most JOt instances returned reture to the task tasksystem tul tasksystem
system tm under which a man has h to work workit worl
it day da and ad a half hlf or two days for one oneflie ObiI oneers
flie feoders ers I however howeve arc al trying trln hard hardto har
to prevent the men from trm going out ot otle as asthey isthey
they le pvtnt think a general strike Itke would wOlld be III IIIadvbMd I illadvised
advised aY at t present plnt Secretary Srtl Henry HenryWhite Inl hLeflr1Whit
White ni of o the tie United Unied Garment GRrent Workers Workerssaid Workol Workerssaid
said that tl If the men were to strike Ilrk now nowth 101 flowthe
th tit the United tt Garment Oaent Worker Workel with withwhich withwM withwhich
which wM the Brotherhood Brotbero Is I affiliated affiliatedWould aUtt aStliatidWould
Would not recognise rnl the strike strikeMolilunn Itrlkeuhlu strikelkOhuiUnhl
Molilunn uhlu n to bttTiit haPI711 lie Ittt In Cominlnslon Cominlnslonten CorrlPsloI CorrlPsloII
ten I Francisco Prencla July 10 10Tbl The training trainingship ulnlnl trainingship
ship h Mohican > ohlan Cant Drake Is about abut to togo I Ialto toso
go alto Mito commission cmmllon at Mare are Island IInd to today tod today ¬
day d and ald within w a few days will Wl take t on onboard onbl onboard
board bl about abut MO 1 landsmen who have havebeerf hve hveed havebeefl
beerf ed recruited rruled In the Eat and ard are aredally a aredaily
dally dly expected by b train The Mohican Mohicanwill Iohlcanwi
will wi then Iptt go 0 on an eighteen elhten months monthscruise monthlol monthscruise
cruise ol which will wi probably probbly extend to toAustralia toAUrana toAustrafla
Australia AUrana and ant the Philippines PhilippinesHoer8 Iblllln IbllllnUoer Philippinesliners
liners Kvnuunto flynuuntorlioir Thulr Positions Positionstenekal ln osiIIOflsSinekal lIHIR lIHIRekal
tenekal ekal Orange One River Colony Mon Mondty Monday Mondsy
day July Jul 9An An extended extende reconnals reconnalssanoe rnnall rnnalln recobnaisense
sense n today resulted rulted In II the tb discovery discoverythat dllovery dlloverytht
that tht the Boers Bor had evacuated evcuate all their theirpositions ther therpton theirpositIons
positions around arun BcneKal 8enell Numbers Nlmbl ap appear appa appear ¬
pton pear pa to t have gone ont towards towarl OTcksburg OTcksburgand Jklburg Jklburgand
and the t tit remainder r mander In the direction dirton ol olUetfllehem oCllUIbem ofIkthlehem
Uetfllehem llUIbem The liritlih lrta commanders commandersexprass commnd1 commandersexpress
express exl the opinion that the retirement retirementof retrment retrmentof
of the Ul Boers Dre foreihadpwa a speedy lll end endof enl endof
of the tb war In thin thll section acton of the lb coun country eountl couritry ¬
try tryIorolRnors tl tllnrulnor tryIoroIgicrs
IorolRnors lnrulnor in II IVkln llkln Tako n Pnlnoo PnlnooTien Illnoo IllnooTt IalncoTin
Tin Tt TaUt TI July IH II U I reported rprte from fromChlRMe frm frmChi fromChIe
ChlRMe Chi e sources lurel that foreigners tlpere at Pe Pekln I Ikn Pckin ¬
kin kn have taken possession fealon of one of the theprinces theprA1 theprince
princes prA1 palaces Iiala opposite oPPOlt and ald com commanding tornnuanding o ¬
manding mnl the tb British Drtth legation and nd that thatthe that thatth thatthe
the th native Ittve Christians Chratlanl have hae bee b be n In Installed Instll installed
stalled stll th therin therinLCjntloll therein thereinLogatlonn reln relnLocations
Locations LCjntloll StnnUliift SllntlnK July 0 0Washington nWMhngtoll PWashington
WMhngtoll Washington July 10 10Th The secretary secretaryof aretary aretaryo
of o state tat has received reeive a distich from fromMr tromMr fromMr
Mr Goodnow Goo U 8 consul COIul tit ItShang ItShangz Shang Shanghai ¬
hai z stating tUlr that it II given out by 1 the thegovernor th theEGeethor
governor Pnr of Shantung that gven the tb legations legationswet IRaUoD
wet w standing Itadlnr on July I and ad that the theoutlaws theoutal theoutlts
outlaws outal were dispersing dllprng Mr r Qoodnon Qoodnonadds Gonow Gonowad 000dnowadds
adds ad that tat this thl statement does dol do not ou outain OUtall outam
tain tall tam general credence credenceST crence crenceST
ST LOUIS CAll C I BTIUK11 BTIUK11Boycott HTII HTIIBocot STittiCliHoyuott
Boycott Bocot Is On 0 and nll Wiigun WIOII Arc Car CarStLouls Cnr1lnJ Carryiuig
1lnJ ryiuig 1IsHunlor 1IsHunlorItLut Insaouigor InsaouigorStLouia
StLouls ItLut July 10The boycott byct which whichhurt whic whichhurt
hurt the Transit company considerably considerablyduring Cldebly Cldeblydlrnr considerablyduring
during dlrnr the tie recent rent contest was w renewed renewedtoday renewe renewedloday
today Wa and wagons WD are re again alaln carrying carryingnaaeencera carrng carrngInlr oaryinlflaere
naaeencera Inlr especially elpKlall In the North and andSouth an andSouth
South Sth sides 1 There has h bean bn no notrouble notruble notrouble
trouble truble reported reportedDonations reportedDatonl reportedDoustloni
Donations Datonl for the fund to buy wagons wagonsfor wanll wanllto
for to th th the strikers l bus bu line ln are ar again aplnIU be belug belug
lug vigorously solicited iollcitedI5fore
Ilcttc1 Ilcttc1ltto
IU Bl ° ltto I5fore for 8ul the strike Irke wa WY declared dMlre off offaafd of offsaid
said Id Treasurer Trsrr Isaac laO of the te execu executive eu eute ezecutive ¬
tive te board br we had 160 1 wagon wanln In com communion cm cmmlon cornmission ¬
mission We have not disposed of any anyand ay ayand anyand
number numberWe and we W expect upt to largely clap Increase Incr the thenumber thenumber timenumber
lW We have decided deided to buy wagons wagonsvery wagonser wagonsvery
very er much like Ik the th carettes cartt that tlat were wereused WNud wereused
used ud successfully uCfully In Chicago Chleal We will willgive willgive I
give the public publc aa 1 good go service rvk as pos possible pI pIlble pciaible ¬
sible and we e will wi charge only five v cents centsfare ontl ontltre centsfare
fare Bach Ecb wagon waln will wi bear br a sign signprominently signprominently lgnprominently
prominently displayed to show that It Itis ItJ itIs
is J owned and operated o rate by b the union unionMUSSIAH unkmI unionMHSSitiL
I l MUSSIAH mSSII SCinVHIMUHTII SCinVHIMUHTIIHo sel WmSI UlTl UlTlI
I i Ho IloniMiucos lonOlnl08 tho Faith ntul nlcl Will WillImiiitMllately Wi 1SIllhuulIlltMillltCly
ImiiitMllately IlltUlnlclyJcnvo Leave the llonvon llonvonChicago 10101 10101Chiro llcnvouiChicago
Chicago Chiro July 10 1GA A special plal to the theNews th theNews
News Nes from Rockford Rokfor III 11 Maya MayaGeorge MI MIOrlt saysGeorge
George Orlt Jacob Schwelnfurth claimed claimedby
by b his hi followers folowers to be b the tb true tre Messiah Messiahand Melall Melallad Messiahand
and ad the te son 11 of God Go has renounced the thefaith tb tbtaUI thefaith
faith and nd announced annount that he h will wi leave leavethe lev leavethe
the til heaven bI ven at once onceCondition Olc OlcOondltlon onceCondition
Condition of Cotton COlOI Crop CropWashington CrollWhlnlton Cr01Washington
Washington Whlnlton July 10 10be The monthly monthlyreport monUa monthlyreport
report rprt of the statistician llttilltcan of the depart department tpr departmeat ¬
meat Ilat of agriculture agriculure will wi show eho the aver average aer aerage average ¬
age condition odlton of cotton ton on July Jul 1 to have havebeen hve hveb havebeen
been b T88 11 an a compared clrpar with Uh tt5 81 last lastmonth latmnth sitmonth
month S7S on July Jul 1 ISM 1S 911 91 at the thecorresponding thecorndlnr thecorrespondIng
corresponding corndlnr date In 1SK 1n and a ten tenyear tnYer tenyear
year Yer average a vere of ST9 ST9Not SUNt 979Not
Not only on I was wa the condition cnltlon for the thecotton thecott thecotton
cotton cott region ng a whole whoe the lowest lowestJuly lowlt lowltJuly lowestJuly
July condition andltol on recordbut reo but In Georgia GeorgiaFlorida Gerg GeorgiaFlorida
Florida Fortda Alabama Alabm and Mississippi Miallllpi It Itwas ItWI itWas
was WI the thl lowest In the entire period prio of ofli otIt
li 4 years Nr for which records recre are avails available avla avlabl availsbIn ¬
bIn bl while whl In Tennessee TenneP It was R the low lowest lowN loweat ¬
est N with wih one exception and In South SouthCarolina Suth SuthCarln SouthCarolina
Carolina Carln Texas and Arkansas Arkan the th low loweat lowet lowest
eat et with wih two exceptions ltptlonl In the tame tameperiod sameperiod me meprto
period prto Bxcenlve Elcef rains drowning drwnln out outthe outthe outthe
the crop followed folowed by b an n extraordinary extraordinarygrowth extraoldlnar extraordinarygrowth
growth gwth of grass gN and weeds w d are a report reported rprt rprte ¬
ed e 4 from frm almost every State and the thegravity tbegrty thegravity
gravity grty of o the situation Iltuton Is greatly In Increae Iner Increased
creae er creased d by the general rnral scarcity Krclr of la labor labr Labar ¬
bar br In South Slt Carolina Crolln Georgia Oerla Ala Alabama Alabarns Ia Iabl ¬
barns bl Louisiana LIII1 and Texas Teu consider considerable coulde considerable
able areas ares will wi have to be b abandoned abandonedVollott a1ndont abandonedYoiiot
Vollott 1010 Fever Jolr nt lt Qiicinmlos Qnclncml
Havana lann July 10 IOTbe The yellow fever feversituation fvl feversituation
situation 81tuUon At Quemados QUeOI ban b probably probablyreached Irobbly Irobblyrachl probablyreached
reached rachl an end there tber not being blnr any anynew al1 al1ne anynew
new ne case cal reported rprllt In over ove ten tr days dayswhen dAI dAIwbtn dayswhen
when Ma May Surgeon Surg Ducker Dlcker was strick stricken Itrck Itrcken ¬
en with wih the disease dl He le U a noted yel yellow yellow 1 1low ¬
low fever ffr export eprt and nd his case c Is the only onlyserious ol olserlDu onlyserious
serious one fle at present prent There Tre are ar but buttwo buttwo buttwo
two oilier patients and nd they tbe are coif coifvaloecent co coIn coilaieeuent
valoecent In the meantime the work workof worko workof
of o dtMnfectlng dllnfetng the premises Jrltl remes In the In Inlectad Intted Inlected
lectad tone Zne Is being completed eplte
ICOOROvolts UOIOOl Doings DoingsKew Hollll HollllNew 1olngnNew
New York York July lOGovernor 10Qror Reese ItaOMvelt RO Reesevelt
velt elt passed II through thusb the te city rU en 1 rout routto rt routto
to t Albany He will Wll return rurn to New N York Yorkby Yorkby ierkby
by tomorrow tW to prepare plllre for the recap reception rl rltOR recaptics ¬
tics tOR of the te ratification rtltcUon commute comite of the theRepublican thentpblC theRepublican
Republican ntpblC national ntion committee committeeIlro colmlt colmltJlr committee1rc
Ilro Jlr on Hull nul Mountain lontnll Itnllwny ItnllwnyBilling nulwn nulwn11R ItnllwityIMliings
Billing 11R Mont ont July 10A disastrous disastrousfire dlr
fire fre U raging ral on o Bull Bul Mountain Koutan railroad railroadIronworkers ralr8 ralr8Ironorkou railroadIronworkorn
Ironworkers WIIKON WCI Reduced ReducedPittsirarg Hoclcocl HoclcoclAttlr ItetiocodPlttburg
Pittsirarg Attlr July Jul lOThe lUO 10 Iron Ironworkers Irn Irnork lionworkers
workers ork employed eploye by Spang Spnr Chalfant Chalfantft ChUant ChUanta ChalfantCsstmpsny
ft a Company cp were wN notified notfe today toay of a re reduction ro rocueU meduelion ¬
duction cueU In wages waI ranging rnln from fm 11 to toI toper W Wper
per I cent Ot to take tk effect etet at t once onc A vol voluntary TI TIuatar voltrntary ¬
untary IncreaM of a similar
uatar 11t1 ItmIar p percentage percentagewon
won I adopted acopte by the flrra 1m about but six ax ntl weks weksago wl wekeago
ago a and nd it Is I thought the cut will 11 be ac accepted ac accepted ¬
cepted tepte Without 1ttout protest protestCity prtHt prtHtCiy protestCity
City Ciy Marshal rCnhal and nnl Outlaws OutawR Killed KilledQlanooe 1101 KilletiOlnoo
Qlanooe Gltn 0 T F July 10 Information 10Inforton
has hUlen been received ire here hef to lbs th effect et that thatthe tht thtte thatthe
the te ally marshal marl was u killed kil and an three thr
desperadoes dHp do mortally mtl wounded wouneln In a bt btte battIe bat battle ¬
tIe te east t of here he The city tt marshal tral ft r IB IBunderstood II IiUnderstood
understood untertoo was endeavoring edMorlng to arrest nrr lt
th the outuwi outaw when b ha n m ml met t his h death dath
h = =
AMERICAN AMER 1dA1IAtT ATTITUDE ATTITUDEIN = ITUD ITUDa
a IN CHINA DEFINED DEFINEDText I IText
Text of Hays tays Note to the Powers PowersPolicy PowersPolicySame Policy PolicySame
Same as That Inaugurated in 1857 1857For 1857Por 1857For
For an Open Door
WMbin WALJI WMh1ntosiJiUy U vJttly 18 11T ILTb TJi state de departreent dertt depertinent
pertinent rtt has I flually 11 concluded Col14 to make makpublic makepubli makepublic
public publi the Ie Identical kltcl note It wlh which was wtarecently wuDt wasrecently
recently Dt delivered dUe to the th power pw M de defining defllin defining ¬
fining fllin th time position pOton of the Uulted Utted State Staterespecting Ittrpctlr Statenrespecting
respecting rpctlr the Chinese Chi trouble tuble It la launderstood I Isunderstood
understood uodetu that this circular cirular Instruc Instruction Intrle Intrleon instructies ¬
ties on WM drawn up on the tb tfth Ih of JUDe Junand JUDeand Jusand
and transmitted to Canton for
trnlmlte the ap approval ipproval approval
proval of the President Prl4ent and ane coratnunl coratnunlrated commun commualcated
rated eatec to the power IKWe concerned ocr1 on tot totJrd t the3rd
Jrd of July Jul It I embodies mbdl the view to towhich towhloh towhich
which this government ovrOnent has strictly Itrlety ad ¬
bend h1 fr from the very beginning of the thepresent th theneseent
present troubles troule and ad which the differ different flter flterent liftersilt ¬
ent powers pwre have one on by one taken tken Into Intofavorable lat Intofavorable
favorable fuole consideration 014rton The an announcement annOrtent announeeament ¬
nouncement nOrtent by the President Pelldent at the theetart tb tbtr thestart
start tr that tht we dll not consider our ourselyea ou oureiyea
selyea HI at at war wit Wlt4 a the Chinese Clnee nation nationana nationand
and that all 1 our efforts ttorl should naton natonand be di directed d dlrectad ¬
rected It toward towar localising IOalllnr the th dlstucb dlstucbancea dlstubances
ancea nc In the province flrClne of Chlh dlltac Id 1 and ae
keeping them tlm from fm spreadingthrough spreadingthroughout spreading rdln tbruh tbruhout through throughout ¬
out Uie U empire en r by enlisting enlltns on the th side sideof Iideot sideof
of paaoa p the I power of the th viceroys of ofcentral otcentr ofcentral
pYer VoYI
central centr and ad southern luthen China Chi has h ha now nowapparently MWapprntly nowapparently
apparently apprntly been bp adopted Idopte by b aU the oth other OUIr other ¬
er r power Jw It 1 Is I too to soon lon to prophesy
the ultimate results Nlulu but thus prpe far fa the
Indications Indlcatou are ar all al favorable tavorabe It will wi
be h seen len that no answer from fa the te dif dl ¬
ferent terfnt powers wei was required ruire or expected expectedto
to the circular cllula of July J but It ept la un unIeratod ¬
derstood Ieratod it I hat been bn everywhere eVIWhN favor favorably tavorably favorably
ably received relvt and that no objection
10
ObeUoD
have been ben made mle to It I In any a quarter
It I la not 10t true that there hM been ba any
formation toraton of t groups IroU or combination combinton of ofpowers otpw ofpowers
powers pw of any sort It whatever 1hatr It I may ma
be positively polltvel asserted re for C instance instancethat Inlnthat
that the tlt oooperatlon oprato of ol Prance Prucf and the
United Unie States Stt has been bn moat mOt constant constantand conatt conattand constantand
and moat UOt cordial cordialTEXT cordial cordialTEXT cordialTEXT
TEXT OFTHH OF TIe CIRCULAR CIRCULARThe CmCULR CmCULRTh
The Th circular cirular which WM sent to t our or
foreign forwn representatives preantatlV Is aa follows tolowl
Department Dtment of State Washington
D C July I UN UNIn 1 1In 1100In Wblnc
In this critical crttal posture Itur of atfalrs aai in
BOYS IN BLUE FOR CHINA CHINAFourteenth CHINAi CHINAFoutteth
i Fourteenth r ot lnf Infantry riry and an Fifth nlh Artillery Artily to t Qe QeTliere 0 GoThere
There TliereThey Tere Terefhey Thereriser i
They Leuve Manila llnl Irldny 11rllnTnncr 11rllnTnncrahur l7rluinyMnctr l7rluinyMnctrthur JIncAr JIncArHi
Hi ahur u r robin lbl Uorllcpt tar lr lell Jell Full 11ullelal lletnlU lletnlUof
of Irepuratloua or Uxiedllloii UxiedllloiiWashington 1xllcdllon 1xllcdllonWUhlngton JiZlcdlIloiiWashington
Washington July VQen 0Genthur n MaclVr MaclVrtliur Ma r rthur
thur cable cab the war department dlrtment that tlwtthe thtthe thatthe
the Fourteenth Fourtenth Infantry and the Fifth Fifthartillery Fifh Fifhrtler FIfthartillery
artillery rtler will 1 leave Ie on Friday Fd for to Taku TakuOthar Tafu TafuOhe TakuOthir
Othar Ohe troops trll are ar being bing sent t to t replo replacetliee replace replacethe
the theIn th8 tlieeIn
In reply rply to Instruction IltrctoD of the M seers seerstary ecr ecrtarr
tarr 11 of war of July Jul 7 len MacArthui MacArthuicable MacArtliutcables aArbul aArbulcbl
cable cbl the adjutant general gnerl the follow followID folow
ID under date of July Jul tth 1040 p m mDaggetts mDaRttl mDaggetts
Daggetts DaRttl regiment Fourteenth Frent1 U US US
S Infantry Intantr Relllys RetTs rerment battery btery Fifth FUh ar artilery arUIr artIler
tilery UIr tIler will wi leave on Itth 1th for fo Taku on ontransport ontrnJrt ontransport
transport trnJrt Indiana Flintshire Fltllre and andWyeneld ad adWneld andWyefleid
Wyeneld Taylor in Samar not avail available aai ¬
able al For other Infantry Infantr regiments r mtntl for forChinese forChIn forChines
Chinese ChIn service r1ee recommend rpommend nlt first one oneleaving on onIwln oneleaving
leaving Iwln States Btt Manila nla nicely nlee cared cad for foruntil forunt foruntil
until unt arrival of new lew troops trp without withoutdrawlnr withoutdraln withoutdrawIng
drawIng on Anderson Andeln Dullard ula or Sat Sargent Sr Srnt Satgent ¬
gent nt which hleh Is now Impractcble Impracticable In Inaddition Innddlln Inaddition
addition nddlln to one onl months mnth subsistence subsistencesupplies nbtlt nbtlteUf esbaistencenupIien
supplies eUf le with the troops trp send an4 with withDaggett wlUIDt withDnggett
Daggett Dt to t establish ellt bUlh depot 1t three threemonths thr threemonths
months subsistence wbllten for five fv thoaaand thoaaandmen thoun
men Regiments Rementl have ha five hundred hundredrounds hundr hundredrounds
rounds rndl of ammunition ammuniton per pl man rosier rmlercarries Crler Crlercane rosiercarries
carries cane one one million milon reserve rr saul nc such suchmiscellaneous luckmllUaneul suckmiscellaneous
miscellaneous mllUaneul ordnance onnanee supplies PIIN M a can canbe cal canbe
be spared Ilar from fr here her With view ew to tomedical tomeICl tomedical
medical meICl supply depot dep stores eO1 three threemonths th thmouth threemonths
months for five t thousand thoUn men mn go gowith 1 gewith
with wit DstK DAftU Daggett tt there will wl be b eight elh medi medical mfl mflra mcdical ¬
cal ra olllcers olUcel In China from fr Philippines PhilippinesSend Pllpptn PllpptnSfnd
Send three thr months forage 360 3f i5 animals animalsend
end partial rtRI supply winter clothing uiothln lot 11 for forNinth forNinth forNinth
Ninth Infantry Shall Shal keep Indiana and andPlntshlr ad adFntlhlr andPtnthlre
Plntshlr Fntlhlr In China waters wattn for local ser service Mrvic pervice ¬
vice vic therein Order Orr all llar large transports tranlrl
home to expedite xJlte transfer tran ftr of troops troopshere tl
here h re For FNlolnl ForegoIng K < > lnp arrangement alhpenl easily easilyrhanred easilyehaned ly
rhanred han = l If department dfarnnt wishes ca cabled a abl abled ¬
bled bl quickly levl Seven evan companies comlt Hordln Hordlnregiment HordlnreJlment h1ordiregiment
regiment reJlment Parlors Tvlor battery btey have hII been betnsent b beensent
sent to Samar S mar replacing nplln Hugh Hughtr Jalb Jalbtro hughestroow
tr tro troow < x > r = there ther which have bUf been bn conceit concentrated ronr conceittratd ¬
trated trt In Ltyte Lye Request RtUt authority athoty athotyprnfntr t tpermanently th thpermanent
permanently prnfntr transfer trnfr Satnar Ir depart department dert dertnnt department ¬
ment nnt to t MMithern thr LAI IJln Lnmion son
Signed SI MAC AC AhtrrnR
= RTJnR
Senator fcnntor Jonon to Itoinnlti Jornln In Chicago ChlonijoChicago Chlonlo ChlonloChlcl ChicagoChicago
Chicago Chlcl JulMo JulIIOnator Kenator nto J K Jones Jonescharlatan Jo Jonesoharhasan
charlatan chrmn of the national natonal committee llte J JO JG
O Johnson Jonn chairman ehlra of the th IeUU IeUUommlte executivecommittee executive executivecommittee
committee C A Walsh
ommlte Wlh national natoal sec secretary 1 sueretary ¬
retary rftI National Nalonal Committeeman Cnmmltf D J JCampau JCampt 3Campau
Campau Campt Senator snator White Wble jC of California Californiaand CaUrernla
and an J Hamilton namltln Lewis Lwl of Washington Washingtonarrived Wblnlo Washingtonarrived
arrived arrte here today toy from tr Lincoln Unrln Neb NebSenator NhSenator tb tblnator
Senator lnator Jones will Wn remain rmin net Ire bite to di direct 41ret dimeet ¬
meet ret the th campaign campaignnirotrlonl cam campaignhlicotrioni lr lrrotrlonl
nirotrlonl Supplies Sll11llcI JfaVrrx fnkN Pall PallMilwaukee IPnl PallIlliwanke
Milwaukee WlwakM July Jul 10 10Th 10The The Julius An Andra Aatl Andma
dma tl Sons SD Co makers make of electrical electricalsupplies fletr alectricalsupplies
supplies supplll and bkyctou bktI today t o placed plled It Itaffairs It iii iiiaffairs
affairs aalre In the hands hndl of Its Il creditor creditorLiabilities cr creditorsUabIlitIes dlo
Liabilities LabfU are a placed Pl at t J1MOOO 100 with withassets wh wIthassets I Iat
erence assets er 0 at IIVWO There Thr are a no plot preference pr plotererees ¬
Goftbol Mimlor rureor Onsf OnsfOeorgetown Cf OnenGeorgetown
Georgetown orltow Ky J July ieTh d dfendant dtenat dfendsnt
fendant tenat I s not ready td far f trial trl was the theannouncement tb tbnnOUD lbannouncement
announcement nnOUD mCnt made madl by b eKOovernor eKOovernorIlrown IOovelOr IOovelOrIrown uGovernorIlrown
Ilrown leading counsel Caleb Pow Powers Powor
Irown cou for C Clb Pw PwtlL ¬
ers or when the th call al of the th list h of wit witnesses Wt Wtn witnees ¬
nesses n nees for the defense defe was w completed completedIbis cmpl
Ibis tl morning mofllnl One O hundred hundr and anc seven seventeen seventeen n ntM ¬
tM teen witnesses ivitne tnel were wer called cle and only ont onttentynh
twentynine answered anerd pnent pDt Th Thcommonwealth T The Thecommonwealth
commonwealth emmonw a1b attorney aI Franklin Prlulktn ob obcted obejte obejeted
ejte ejeted > cted to the continuance etnull and asked askedthat askedthat ke
that tha attachments att < bmPtl be b Issued lu for absent absentwitnesses ablnt ablntwln absentwitness
witnesses Instead of
wln Inlte postponing tt mn The Thedefense TI Thedefens
defense dtfen asked until unt i ocuock ocOk to lie af affidavits a atildavit ¬
fidavits In rapport of the tb mutln rlln for a acontinuance aOltlOUat aOontiuuince I
continuance OltlOUat pp and an court Ort adojuroed adum un until untn usIll ¬
Ill that tht hour hourNational hor horntonnt hourNatIonal
National ntonnt IMuontlonM UlllCAtonlt Asuoolntlon AsuoolntlonCharleston R scoulsttionCharleston eCtnton eCtntonChrltoa
Charleston Chrltoa 8 I C July 1Irbe Tb Na National Natonl National ¬
JUI Ib
tional tonl Mducutloasl Ilhactol as ocMUoii a lOI was u wel welcomed weieomed el elDme ¬
comed Dme to Charleston Cbar lon today teA at the U open openng on
111 lag ng session I on of the annual anul convention cOMQnUon
China ChIna It II deemed 41mt appropriate apPf atA to de
I fine fn the tbt attitude Qtlude of the Unitwl nld States
as far a I prevent lleOt circumstances cireultanci permit ptI init
thl to be dune We pelolt
adhere adhet to th tbl the < > pull ¬
cy InltlutM Inl huf by us u In 1W7 18 of IWUPI I arp aee with J
the tb Chlnme Chlnf nation natln of furtluT trtlnnf furtliranP n < H ot
lawful commerce cummtre and of protection of
ltrU1
the lives Ivn and Ind property of our cltUens
ly l > y all means mRI guaranteed raanted under undtr estrn
txrl
territorial teritoral treaty teat rights rIhtllaM ana b I > the lhLlaw law
of nations If be
wrong done to t our
cltliens we propose to hold the th respon
Bible authors to the tb uttermost account
ability ablllt We regard the condition at
Pekln as alone a one of virtual anon anorthy hy where
by b power and responsibility arc prac ¬
tically devolved upon the th local pruvln pruvlnrial previncial
rial Ial authorities go long as they th are
not In overt collusion with lth rebellion r
and use their power to protect foreign C <
life and property proJl < rty we regard them Ihlmrepreaentln as
representing the Chinese people with
whom we I sp seek k to remain In peace and
friendship friendshipPtWPOBE IrlendlhlpIUnPOBE friendshipIIJIIPOSE
PtWPOBE OF THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThe
The purpose pur ORI > of the President Is I u
It has been heretofore beretofo to o act concur ¬
rently with the other powers JlGw Urn In Inopening Inopenln Inopening
opening up communication with Pekln Iekl Iekland
and rescuing the tb American officials officialsmissionaries ollcla ollclamllllonrps
missionaries and other Americans who whoare wbore whoare
are re In danger secondly affording all allpossible
possible < lbll protection everywhere In China
to Aroerlian llfV lit ant property thlrlly
in guarding antI IIn protecting all legltl legltlmatee leItImatte kgitimate
matte American Intiresta and fourth ¬
ly I In aiding al 1lnl < to prvttmt a spread of the
disorders to it the other provinces ot t the theempln theemplr theempir
empln and a recurrence of such dis disasters dllutera dl dlasters ¬
asters It is ii of course too early to to10leCut
forecast the means of attaining attalnl this last
result but the policy of the government governmentof
of the 1nlted States Is I to seek a solu J Iu Iu110n ¬
lion which may bring brln ahuut permanent permanentaafety
aafety tet fety and peace to China preserve pre ere
territorial and administrative entity
protect 1 rotfCt all rights guaranteeed to friend
ly powers by treaty t aty and nd International InternaUonnlaw
law aw and safeguard for the world the
principle of if equal and Impartial trade tradewith tradwith tradewith
with all parts of the Chinese empire
You will communicate the purport purportof
of if this Instruction to the minister r for
foreign torel affairs HAT UA Y
Nearly tooo delegates w wre > re pros prosnt pMnt peeeat
eat nt In the Auditorium when
when the assembly was called to toorder tfoser tqOrder
order by W H Welch Ieb halrman of the h
local eiecutlve committee AMUISM AMUISMof AH A
of welcome Wl < on1o wr made by Uo 0 Me
Sweeney John J McMahon state su superintendent IIUperlntendent superhntemdnt ¬
perintendent of public Instruction and
Mayor J M l Bmythe BmytheB IImytbtbsrJMrJ SmytheRios
B Rios JK > MM for or tke edttcter wan sa4 sa4y
bsrJMrJ by y fJK an STO 0 Lyie in oTMBIersvllle 01VlaTra of MlerviIle fiTT
J 1 W Carr of Anderson Ind and F A
Fo POIb Posbey hay y of Los Angeles Aql The idlrena idlrenaof
of the president was delivered by II the theincumbent thllIncumbent theincumbent
incumbent Prof O T 1 Corson of
Columbus 0 0Dr ODr
4 Dr Wm R Harper president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the University of Chicago was wasthe walthe wasthe
the principal speaker at t todays todayscouncil todY1fcounrll todayscouncil
council of the national educational educationalcouncil eductlonalcouncil educationalcouncil
council which Is being beln held In Charles Charleston ¬
ton In conjunction with the educational educationalassociation educationalallOClation educationalisuoclation
association Dr Harper made a per personal peranal peronai ¬
anal report as a chairman of the com committee oommltt cornmitt ¬
mittee mitt on a national university The Thereport Tb Tbrepart Thereport
report recommended that such a uni university unlV univeraity ¬
versity V ralt be not established He believed believedthat believedthat believedthat
that a museum ol a national character charactershould rharacterboultt charactershould
should be placed In Washington M Mthere Ithere anthere
there were many splendid Institutions fnstltutlonathere hultltutlonlltbre Institutionsthere
there any ny one of which would form a asplendid apl asplendid
splendid pl ncUd nucleus for such a school schoolThe acboolThe schoolThe
The delegates seemed of the opinion opinionthat opiniontbat opInionthat
that an Institution of this bll kind would lul4 be beused beultd beused
used to foster certain colleges colle while whileother whileother whileother
other Institutions of learning would de derive dtrive derlve ¬
rive no benefit Dr Harpers report was waareceived W88rectlvd wasreceived
received by the delegates but a resolu resolution Iftolutlora resolution ¬
tion wan adopted continuing the th com committee rommltte corninittee ¬
mittee and recommending that further furtherresearch furlherreeN furthermeeearch
research reeN h and Investigation Invltl tlol1 be male maleThree maJTh maleThree
Three Th names have havebefn been mentioned mnllt for forpresident torIINlldnt foriresidnt
president Prof J A Foshay Fo hlr euperln euperlntendent luperlntendent uperintendent
tendent of city schools r hool Lout Angeles AngelesOal Jl8fICal AngelesCal
Cal Col Francis W V Parker president presidentChicago pretldntChlo presidentChicago
Chicago Institute and Mr 8 C Greens Oreeaeof CJreeauf
of New Jersey Jerseymo Jeree11I0
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Om tntlnr PopuINt AusplolM Was WasHold AI5 AI5Ilelil
Hold In the Grout Auditorium AuditoriumLincoln AudltortumIIncoln Iiuiitor1uuuuiLincoln
Lincoln Neb July WTwo poWlo poWlomeeting pabllomeetlnlfl pubiiomeetings
meeting were tre scheduled for today tocll The Theafternoon beaftenroon Theafternoon
afternoon meeting under the auspices auspicesof 9 9of
of the Popallstn was 1o 1 held at the Audi Auditorlum Auditorium Auditoriutn
torlum which was 11 packed to suffoca suffocation suftucation ulfucalion ¬
tion long Ion before the th hour set t for the thespeaking tbepekln thespeaking
speaking The program Included speech speeches M h htoS
es by b Webster Davis Da 1 II former assistant assistantsecretary uststantsecretary ttnt ttntIOCrtary
secretary of th the Interior Cyclone CycloneDavis CrclonrDavl CycloneDavis
Davis of Texas and others othe Mr Bryan Bryunand Srrllnand Bryanand
and Mr Stevenson were scheduled to topreaent be bepresent hepresent
present at both meetings The evening eveningmass evening eenll1KIDaII eveningmass
mass meeting m tlnr which will be presided presidedover
over by Chairman Hall of the Derno Defl
critic Stale central committee win i M Mhtld Ce Ceheld > a aheld
held on n the capitol grounds at I oclock oclockweather ur oclockweather ock ockwlathtr
weather permitting permittingCharles pemlltllnChrl permittingCharles
Charles A Tuwne of Minnesota MinnesotaJames Mlnn MlnnJamfll MinnesotaJames
James B Weaver of lows and cun cunrlftlmn Coflgreesman on ongressman
gressman Phafrotn of Colorado C will be beAlden bethe b bthe
the speakers speakersAlden elll elllAld
Alden Ald n JSethen J Ulethcon of the Seattle Times Timeswho Tim Timwho Timeswho
who was I a delegate to the recent N Silver SilverRepublican IlInrRepaabUcan SilverRepublican
Republican national convention spent IIntthe spentthe pntthe
the day In Lincoln at t the Invitation vt vtMr LitMr utMr
Mr Bryan together with thu has A ATowne Alon ATowns
lon and Mr Stwvenson on The sltua sltuation IIltuatlon eltunlion
lion of the Pacific coast was II thoruugh thoruughly
ly I canvasid canvI d Mr Blethen said the thefeeling IhefHlI thefeeling
feeling fHlI among the Sliver Republicans of ofth ottb ofthe
th the coast WM w quite blttpr on account accountof count countnt
of Mr Townes Ton defeat ffOat at t the ivra ivratratic ntmllratlc 11cmcratic
tratic national convention but hi h be believed beUcovtd tielieved ¬
lieved that should they the and the Iopu IopuItsts JoJlulIIt Iopulisle
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