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THE DESERET EVENING NEWS NEWSH
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AN AUTL ALLEGED ECEDPLOT ECEDPLOTTo PLOT PLOTTO
TO KILL KILLOdell MKINlEY MKINlEYOdell
Odell Makes a Statement StatelnentDid Did Report to toSecretary toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary Dick DickSays Says that He Discovered DiscoveredEither DiscoveredEither Discoveredl3ithlier
Either a Crank or a Munchausen
We c u < burgh N Y July llChalrman llChalrmanj
j J i Odell of the Republican State Statet
l ilttee 11 tte said tod dAr r concerning the tbed 01 01d
d 1 plot to tasasslnate Inat President Presidentt
t iley ileyi ileyead
i ead the account In a newspaper newspaperi
I i lornlng with reference to an al alplot alI
I plot to assassinate Ihate President tic ticand MeL
1 L and also M to the tb part which wblchB wblcbIlL
IlL I B t jppcaed to hsv taken In the mat matt
t I have nothing to say uvu up tin tinb1 liltbt tt1tr
r b1 bt I t except that I have ha inii II un unI
I gallon wbloh I ntarlf lit tart ar t l IMIM it h th thommtUee thomlnltt thomintttee
ommtUee detective delt < lhe n tn line linei 111 111I ir irt
I i t t I suppoesd to be r rdlllJ i In mf Inf Int
f Mon Slid tld 1 dl Hicove covv1 i mil 111111 r a ar I IIr ar
Ir > r a Baron Lul Muncha > n 11111 n nI nI nI
I nclple th thl t in u mine fiuvin fiuvint r vn vnt
t worth t i u und or o ur it Is Isr IIIr I II
r I e that I 111 F leport I s l lit < lIr lIrthe rv rvI v
1 r I j therausi the a aUI i rtheei I the eac eact 1 t 11 11l w wtaken
l < taken of th t < President Presid ft I II huo huor
r i J furtitr turt r t n say ur UrHI n this thl sub subept IOU suIepi h hI
I ept th < 1 ifgret I gret th th1 it Fmn F 111 > II III one oner n nn
r I n Indlf t t enough I Jinki if ifg t tmati 1S
g matt i ttii Rlgaui Irao I 11 l d dI < x xI XI
I i the th p pt rv rvKVVNA 11l r r1tNA
KVVNA l VlA SAVHT SA IT IS I NTKLR NTKLRi
i and 0 July Jul 11 ItIe Sen i or r Han Hanr
r > y den 1 ti rejiort that a pint plotMlnate pintIIlnat pintslnate
Mlnate V lI rIInt riMint McKinley lcKlftle had hadt iad iadI
t I icovered in Niw York Yorksaid YorkII1d Yorku1d
said Mi 1 Hnnna pointing nhInI to toy toy toI
I y of the JiiKfd 111 1 plot Iut published publishedi
L i morning imi J Jurs ulrll r Is I the flrst I Il II
I l 1Ir4 rd ot It There Is I absolutely absolutelybest lMIolutelrI
I best of my m Knowledge I no truth truthllus truthliul
1 llus lIu N Hllsf exsecretary of the theand OleI
I and National Na onal Committeeman Corumlttevmanof
I of o Wisconsin arrived here b early earlyBoth tIIrl tIIrlI >
I Both wero closeted do eted with Senator Senatorfor netor netorfor
for an n hour or more 11I0 discussing discussingl
I > i tnderstood the personml of the thel
l r itional executive ex utlve committee committeeitly oommIUeIlly
itly after noon Senator Lodge LodgeJ
J i the conference conferenceA
A A K s 11 J I If he would be a member of
TROUBLE FOR FUSIONISTS FUSIONISTST
T ntata NJK b P P to W Want M to Take 4U AlltbeNotiiMlltM 4Utile 4Uti
tbeNotiiMlltM tbeNotiiMlltMfar tile N NO IeaIloM IeaIloMSa
far Sa ay It I Only 0111 Just OBiiitxnintloii O Ibr IbrI Ibrih
I tllc ih he Tre relstII relstII1elcgtlons lin IlItfllt iiCl lIjJloilpn lIjJloilpnJIlelaltonl > f lJb Sli0 Sli0Holt
JIlelaltonl 1ln lny Holt Holtj huhI
I
j I ln Neb July Jul llThree ItTh fusion fusionE ttllononventlons
E Es onvduions the Populists Dtm Dtmc
c and Silver Republican met here heret
I to nominal a full state ticket ticketP
P I re T the conventions were called Iad to toc toc
c c ondltlom existed that threat threattr
tr 1 t result In a bolt In the Populist Popullitc
c lon of some of the tbelarat largest ooun oounIv
Iv 1 < < cations and a protracted session sessionvn sessionlied eNlonI
vn I ked for At t present the tb Popu PopuI
I itrol every e state office except
It i tenant governorship held by b a
I Republican and the attorney attorneJ
J hip by a Democrat The Dem DemL
L T leaders have been asking ukln for a
I uliable division but a strong tron
L C on was shown by the Populists
I > t that every nominee lie I a Popu Popui
I i li i they claimed was 1 no more
I r r on account ount of the defeat of ofi
i t Towne In the Democratic con
t I This feeling ftelln WaS w so keen In
r the tll Cuter and Saunders dele
t t had Instructions to bolt unless unlessf
f r tnlnee mill was a Popultit A brisk briski
i I i also looked for over the nom nomi
i for governor Opjiosltlon to
1 Poynters renomination renoml nation ap
I l orystallsed oryltall ed during dunn the day da on
a Yeller The conventions will
r 1 to order at I pm with pros
I i d > for an aflaflnIghf all night session 1011
a J IIRIIIC In Prexlilonts 1e hllIt8 Plans PlansU IJRIIHlJtol1 llntietj1on
lJtol1 T Jul July U 11Il It was e stated as LSS fd t
P u hits House that no word had
J r lved there UI to the 01 effect that
I I McRlnley r will return to
ton Saturday ktunl At A far as the theit
it the Ut 5 sxecutlve mansion know knowi
I i been no change in the UI PresI 111I1c
L Iclnal c plans plansI
I A W S Moot Mootke Mootkes t tkH
ke kH Wit W July llBrlght
today grswted re ed the M ICII OI cyclists
I t b here r to attend tbe National
1 I meet A cycle show in the therr
ry of the Ui exposition building
erythln In the th bicycle bICeI line Is Isf
f tlon l II an a attractive attraot va feature featurer
C t
tIt
r t It I IIUe ft Invitation straight
altlcyde race down Grand Grandi
> n i ths asphalt pavement and
r I obile race will take place late
1 noon noono nOOf1Ind noonnd
o md circuit races of the N a C
lth tomorrow tomorrowC toto totorulh
C rtiUor rlll lIr Hlona Ashore AshoreT hore horeN
T uj s N PH 11 July 11The colo
er r Fiona Y1o is ashore ON near Cod
n a few ssUee II of o the U scene of
of ofa ° the Urttlsh Udtisltstenierta steamer Mare
id from Montreal for Llver Uv Uvl
l II went ashore June Nth at
ullle on the southwest coast
oundUv d The Ploaa struck struckge
a 4m druse Ih anti It III I feared Ntl NtlI
I It agt agtto ge ft Tin T steamer Regu
I
1 t to t Lr r off bat failed failedtt
tur i ha t ben ordered to her herj herItIIIlt
< ItIIIlt tt IIht 10 1rook bllrCl j Train TrainJulr TrnillI TroltiJ4Iy
I Julr Ja H 11Aooordlng Accordlng to tol
l Haltlmore IUmore Ohio rail
I It te attempt aUftll t to wreck the
x Xjiress l8la to New NewsIng
sIng successful early
1 t short distance out
n The train which whichr
i IIJera prs ere two day 4a
r I H r harIa > iggage cars left leftt
t Lt M night It was
1 i L q rncrnlng An open o openrnrturn4 n nplturntf
1 M overturned plturntf the theth en
th three baggage 1 1f1Jl1It
1 11 injured jnju jnjus1 InJureds
1 s s1 I the fact that thatn
n f D11ld < mp red with withr
1 r 1 is I I hivi hi placed J5f J de detj deno detnd
tj anj no 1111 iiivi offered a atarr
r ntllt I rnnvle on
II o f tarr talrJlfrnl rnng With the switch Iwltchi i
i 1
the new executIve committee Mr lilies BU BUlaid liliessaid nilssaid
said that be preferred not to discuss discusstbe dlcutb
I the tb matter He stated that b he had come cometo
to Cleveland SO accompany th the notifica notification DOUI DOUItlO1 piuuecatioti ¬
tion committee onamtttr to Canton tomorrow tomorrowth aa aathe Uthe
the th guest unt of Senator Lor Henna HennaSTORY HanulrORY BannswroRy
STORY 01 TIlE PLOT TO KILL KILLNew ItILtNtlw lCIILiNew
New York July llThe World WorldA say sayA saTE saTEA
A plot to assassinate Iute President Mc McKlnley MeKinley MCKinley ¬
Kinley hat h been frustrated It was waaconcocted w wcncocted wascvncocted
concocted by a group of Spanish and andCuban an4Cuban andCuban
Cuban conspirators who had heodrjttar heodrjttartors
tots In New York YorkOne YorkOne Ycfl YcflOne
One of the plotters pl tra weakened ant amisent anIInt antsent
sent a warning warnlqlette1 letter to a member of ofthe orthe Ctthe
the Republican lWpublicannaUoul national committee committeeThe oommlttThe
The letter was placed In the hand of ofSecretary ofSIerttary ofSecretary
Secretary Charles PIck who referred referredit
it J Chairman Odsll of the New York YorkState YorkState YorkState
State committee for Or Investigation InvestigationChairman IlIvClltlcationChalrmall investigationChairman
Chairman Odril ad engaged a detective detectivewho
who ipw ip1f dlf < ll > verified certain taln allega allegation IlIe IlIetlur allegattor ¬
tion > inik in the tb warning letter letterTim letterThttIIJ letterThtu
Tim ThttIIJ upon p nn n Mr r Well reported to Seers Secretary 8l1cretJlr Seershtry ¬
tary tJlr Dick who laid all the facts before beforeChalruwut beforeChalrlAU beforeChairman
Chairman Mark Marknann MarknannMr Ilanna IlannaMr
Mr Odella report port caused great greatalarm rrtilium greataiarm
alarm amonc the Presidents close closefriends clOllefriend closefriends
friends and advisers Mr Odell made madeit 11 nadit
it plain laln that he regarded r rded the th plot as S 1 a amatter amatter amatter
matter of the tb Utmost sertofasness and andurged andurged andurged
urged that extreme xt precautions reOAution be tak taken takn talcen ¬
en n to keep kee the President out of harm harmreach harmrtach hiarmsreach
reach reachMessrs
Messrs Dick and till Hanna laid the thswhole thehol thewhole
whole hol matter before the President Presidentfore be before before ¬
fore he h departed for Canton They In Inttructed Inetrurtfd Instrueted
ttructed Mr Odell to continue his hi In Investlgatlon InIIUon inyetlgatlon
vestlgatlon IIUon and cautioned him to work workwith workwllb workwith
with the utmost secrecy secrecyTo
To a World reporter last night Mr MrOdell MrOdell r rOdell
Odell admitted that he and certain certainmembers certainmemblr certainmembers
members of the th national committee had haddlcnvered haddlrovered haddleovered
dlcnvered a plot to assassinate the thePresident thePtlldlnt thePresident
President Yea It Is true he said saidbut la14but saidbut
but I regret exceedingly uc 1Ingly that the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter has ha become public publiclie
lie was extremely Ixlrmel anxious that no noreference noreferpllce noreference
reference whatever should IM > made madetn
tn ii the matter Special detectives are areguarding areguardln areguarding
guarding th the President Pretld < nt In Canton
ASTORSCREATSOCIALFALL ASTORSCREATSOCIALFALLIt ASTORS CnEATSOGIALFALL CnEATSOGIALFALLIt
It Ii Open 0pf11y Declared In n Lwxki tINt Waist Waistflat Walesflu WaIeHat
flat Cut Him HimII 11ImIII lilninil
III II Nnmn lnii Conspicuously Alxeni bII from fromilio fromth fouL fouL7tiib
ilio th il forriioie r rn eI luvlicil fllf i iojilie iojilieueeiis tbIIiOQtieena il iltlleen
Qtieena tlleen ueeiis Garden re11 Party ParlyNew 1art 1arti PartyNew
New i York July 11 ItA A dispatch to tli tliJournal the theJournal theJournal
Journal and Advertiser from London Londoneays Lonl1oneal
eays eaysWilliam
William Waldorf Astor As tors sudden de departure dlflrturt departure ¬
parture for Germany at the thevery thevl theery
very ery height IRbt of the season ii ioit the cancelling cancellingof
of all his h engagements here and the re recall reooall recall ¬
call of the Invitations which he h had la laeusd IsIIUed Ineued
eusd for house hou parllM on next Sunday Sundsyand Sundyand
and on Sunday week at Cliveden are areuniversally Areunlvenall areUniversally
universally regarded as signalising l < the theclose thecloe theclose
close of his social career In London LondonIt
It la openly o nl declared here that the thePrince tll thePrince i iIrlnCfl
Prince of Wales who Is I the supreme ar ¬
biter of English society has cut him
In ooomquence of his Id Insulting treat treatment trtnwnt treatment ¬
ment of Captain Sir Milne last week weekand wekami weekand
and London Is I only too ready to take
Its It cue In this tit II matter from Its future tulu
king aa Mr Astor In spite plt of his hiswealth hllwealth hi hiwealth
wealth and of the tb magnificence of his hisentertslnmentshaa hi hientertalnmenthas hisefltertainmentihs
entertslnmentshaa made many man enemies neml
by his remarks and arrogance Confir Confirmation ConJ1rnlAtion Conflrmation ¬
mation Is I given to these stories Itorl of Mr
Astor tan from royal favor fa or by the fact
that his name Is conspicuously absent
from the list of guests asked to the
queens garden ard party at t Buckingham
palace fllace tomorrow for wblch a thousand
Invitations nltaUon have he been Issued
CKHMAV MIM8THII TO CHINA CHINAUr OHISIIr
Ur Minimi Von SolnvnreiiNtoln on Rolm MCIINIOIII Ap Appointed AIpoilltell itplohitotI
pointed UK Von on Hot Joltelor8811OC8 itOttOIOCSIIOUOSMOCBerllnjuly telura Successor SuccessornerlinJulyllDrMumm or orerllnJulr
nerlinJulyllDrMumm erllnJulr 1IDr l1DrMumm lumm von on Bcwar Bcwarleneteln ScwarMnteln Sewarantein
leneteln envoy ellvo extraordinary extra ldlnarr of Ocr ¬
many Inan to the Grand Duchy of Luxem ¬
burg bu hM been appointed German Germannlnlster OennanIIIlnlttr GermanmInister
nlnlster to China In succession to the
late Baron von Kettler lie starts for
Ih the he far east t In a few fs days dR accompanied
by b Baron von Der Ooltz OoltzMnrlboiviiKli OoltzHnrlhllltlIlKh GoUzMnrlhoroIgh
MnrlboiviiKli Snlln fbr UiiRlnnd UiiRlnndCape UIIJI hJiig1nndCape IltI IltICpe
Cape Town July llThe Duke of
Marlborough the Duke of Norfolk
Lady Sarah Wilson and Dr Conan
Doyle ail for England today todayKHNTUOKY todl todlImiTUOIY todayICINTIJCJ
KHNTUOKY Til THAIS TILt A IX HIJL1 JII II iLI Ln UP UPDetnuhrtl UPHctllohltJ lIPIetzujlieil
Detnuhrtl tIm Kt l Hcprcc rllr11111 > rrss Cnr nml Got GotAbout GotAbout GotAbotit
About Ton Thousand Dollars DollarsPaducah Dollnrs11lluoah IolinrePaduosh
Paducah Ky y July Jul llThe Illinois
Central fast train from New Ne Orleans to
Chicago was held up and robbed this thismorning thlmornlDl thismorning
morning at 110 oclock two miles mU south southOf
Of WIcBUfte Wicml Iclltr Ky It Tile train was flagged figg
and when It Hooped iU td the bandits en enered e
tired the lh cab The nt fireman J J Jmeh
meh was struck on the head with
lie butt tt ef t a revolver and badly hurt
The Th robbers six In number > r cut off tle tlenlne tlSenin
nlne 111 and express car and ran a mile mileand mileIIDd mileund
and a half to Fort Jefferson near the
Ohio river and within sight of the tb Mis Missouri MtalOun MtSouri ¬
souri shore Here they blew the ex express exprtn cxPleas ¬
press safe and mm secured red all the valuables vlluablIt
It t contained and crossed Into Missouri
The They hey dropped one on packaee containing I IStO
StO CO on the Kentucky side and another anotherpaokase anotherpark Snotherpackage
package park > on the Missouri side both of ofwhich ofwhich
which have ka been rtoovewd The rob
here 1 111 did not attempt to molest the pas passpecial pa palsnen
nen snenspecIal
nenQeclal special train with bloodhounds bloodhoundsnd
and nd an armed posse left Jackson
Penn for the th scene 1IfI and It Is I under understood ¬
load Missouri officers are hot on the therobbers tb tbrobbttl therobbers
robbers trail About tlONO WM se seinred Hc ascvyc4
inred c In addition te a the th money dropped droppedy
by y the robbers robbersJapans rob robJnll robbersJnluuln
Japans Jnll lI Chinese DlrUlon DlrUlonPart nJrlMlonIarlt 1IvlsionILtI
Part Iarlt July 1L 11At At a cabinet council nen
today toda the minister of foreign affairs M 74 74read
lleM t > rani read 1 a telegram from Toklo Tokloconflnnins Tokwollnnln TOICIUcoflirtnin
conflnnins ollnnln the news M that Japan J ln will willnd willird tit tit1Itltd
1Itltd nd Immediately Imm dlatl to Ta1o 1 < 101 a oemplete
diftiin llus ll in in of 0 I900U men menA InniIlIUtl1 mcliIFrcttch
A < iIlIUtl1 > aiih from i Ihe he Pon 40 dated July
J 7110 7 5M4 the orphanage Or hl1nUie at Ubantung ban
been 1 lIiareJ lIiareJI
I
DISTINGUISHED DISTINGUISHEDDEMOCRAT DISTINGUISHEDDEMOORAT DISTINUISIIEDDEMOCRAT
DEMOCRAT HERE HERESenator HERESenator hEREi hERESenator
i
Senator Daniel of Virginia Pays YS a aVisit aVisit aVisit
Visit to Salt Lake LakeTJIH lakeLlIB LakeIL1IJ
TJIH GUEST OF COL DOIISBY DOIISBYIn DOflS DOflSlii
In a lulnt MltloLuncheon Illtio Liiucleoii nl the tie Altu AltuIiI 1tl1nUbhh tltuVIubttIe
nUbhh IiI AflsriioonOM Iliu IliuV thutII
V tII 11 y ySalt tCWt tCWtBait t tktt
Salt Lake has a distinguished del delsen elflIn oltiTen
Ten of the ynlted States Btat here be today toda In Inthe Inthe inthe
the person erl ln < of Senator John Warwick WarwickDanlei 1arwlckDanll WarwickDaniel
Daniel of virgin a 8 8tMor < n nEor or twniei came camein
in from rum the East this morning mornl accom accompanied c4um c4umpnl eeumpanted ¬
panted pnl by b his hi son and will remain here herefor II IItor hereCur
for the next two or three days da visit visitIns vIltIn
Ins In = daltatr and other points of local localInterest loeallutrtlt localWtersit
Interest and taking takln a much needed rest restThe retTh restThe
The Th senators visit was unheralded unheraldedand
and altogether alw tber unexpected Hs sudden suddenappearance suddenappearance udeJenappearance
appearance was wa In tbe nature of a very verypleasant VIIIphlUUlt verypheUat
pleasant surprise Itr to bit bl friends and ad admirers admire admirers ¬
mirers mire here chief among albo whom are areColonel araColonel areColonel
Colonel Dorsey Do formerly of Nebraska Nebraskano
no served that State In the tb Senate Senatewith lenatewltb Senatewith
with Mr 11 Daniel l Senator Rawllns and andCongressman andonrmonman andCongressmAn
Congressman Xing of Utah Colonel ColonelDorsey ColonelUIRY ColonelPursey
Dorsey UIRY who wholett left the city for the East Bastthis Euttb Eastthu
this tb aftfnooti arranged for a quiet lit little hittie ¬ i
tie 11 luncheon at the Alta club at 1 1otlck 1odck IocJck
otlck and right royally did be play Vl the therole therole therole
role of host Those present were Sena Senator Senatur Senatoe ¬
toe Daniel Senator Rawllns Congress Congressman Conrr Conrrmall ¬
man King ICln State Senator Peery Hon HonJames JlonJamel lionJames
James H Moyle and Clarence MuCor MuCornick McCorJilek MeCornick
nick nickSenator nickSenator
JilekSenator
Senator Daniel who for years has hasbeen hAlbeen hasbeen
been recognised as alone one of the most die dietlngulshed d dtlnrul diitinguiahd
tlngulshed tlnrul hed cltlsens of the Union was wasever waaevr wasever
ever a friend to the people of Utah In Intheir IIItheir Intheir
their times 11m of political trial and dig digIress dlstr dl dltress
tress tr On more than one on occasion lie helas lielIu liehas
has las been talked of as a a Presidential PresidentialIHisslblllty I PresidentialPosSibility ldentlal ldentlallulblllt
IHisslblllty by the Democratic party partylie partylIe partylie
lie II a mOlt distinguished appearing appearingnan lMarlngman
man and may be designated as a a schol scholar
ar and a gentleman in the truest sense senseof senseof lIn8ot
of the word He Is I flftyvlghi years eatll of ofage otlIe ofage
age and a native naU of Lyn Lftlhburr < hburg Camp Campbell Campbell am I
bell county Virginia where his hi home homeha homehal homehas
ha hal been throughout his entire career
After attending attendl g the private schools of ofhis Orhi ofhi
his hi native town he entered the Con Confederate Contederate Confederate ¬
federate army as a second lieutenant lieutenantin
in what hat was known as a Stonewalls StonewallsUrtgade StonewallUl1pI tunewallslirigade
Urtgade In May 181 and beoame ma major major mabr
jor and chief of staff of ofO ofGeneral
0 General neral Jubal A t Barley on which whichhe
he h served until he received receiveda receivedwound
a wound at Wilderness of a serious seriousCharacter seriouscharacter rlou rlouehararler
Character and one which hae caused causedblm CAUIell111m causedhim
him to walk with a decided halt In his hisgait hisgit Is Ist1lt
gait to th the present day dayAfter dl dltlftIe day4ttsrfk
After tlftIe Be war at studied tudie taw and fWdtehtluIM ihd ihdtifrtt M MterVl
terVl tehtluIM ujwn thelsett hri tItetICe etfce e of ot1tW Tilir tttofW tttofWflan m mi NIi 1 1I
flan I u with ltb Us hJ father the Ih late lat William WilliamDaniel WilliamDitliel I ID
Daniel D tile1 Jr Until bis hi death in ists 18 The Thesenator Thetenator Thesenator
senator is an L L D In Washington Waihlngtonsnd
and Lee I Ie university and also of the Uni University tnlnit Univerlit ¬
versity verlit nit of Allehlgan from which so somany Oman edmany
many man young ou < men have graduated He Hehi Ilea lieis
hi a most forcible and eloquent epeaker epeakerand
and a writer of marked ability His Hisworks IUsw hitsworks
works w rkl Daniel On Attachment and andDaniel IIndDaniel andDaniel
Daniel on Negotiable Instruments Instrumentsare
are M regarded by the legal fraternity fraternityas
as works l of high merit meritHe meritnt meritlie
He was as a member of the Virginia VirginiaHouse Irslnla1I0un irinia iriniahioose
House of Delegates I lt l from UW to UTS a amember ammblr amember
member of the tb State senate nat from ISTf to tomi
mi Democratic elector at large U7I U7Iand 1S71anti 1178and
and delegate at large to the national nationalDemocratic natlohalDemocratic nationalDemocratic
Democratic convention 1800 IMC 18 18K 18Kand 11ftand 112and
and ISM 18 and was wa chairman of that thatgathering thatqatherlNf thatgatheriM
gathering which nominated llryan for forPresident tor1ldent forPresident
President of the United States Stat for the tbefirst thtlrat thefirst
first time At the same convention conventionhe
he positively declined to accent a vice vicepresidential viceIlretidential vicePresidential
presidential nomination In 1M1 Wilt be was wasdefeated wasi1tfea wagdetested
defeated i1tfea ted In the contest for the gover governorship snoernohlp over overnorship ¬
norship of Virginia by William R RCameron JaCameron KCameron
Cameron readjuster elected 1 llIt to the theHouee the1Iou thehouse
house 1Iou of Itepresentstlves of the Forty Fortyninth PortyI1lnth Fortyninth
ninth Concrete In 1K4 and to the thsUnited tbeUnited theUnited
United States Stat Senate to succeed lr Wil William WIIlIam Wil11am ¬
liam Ma Mahous hone and took his hi teat t March aroh
4 1187 Since that time he has h been beenunanimous beeuunanimousi u uunanlmuuI
unanimous reelected senator on each eachoccasion eAehoccalon echioecuion
occasion oecuionILEASED
occalonPLEASED
PLEASED WITH UTAH UTAHThis UTUThle UTAhThis
This is I Senator Daniels first visit t to toUtah toUtah toUtah
Utah or any nolnt of the far west He U
was one on of of the delegates of his Stats Statsto Statto
to the Kansas City > convention and nd ex expressed cxpressed x xfrelllttl
pressed himself today aa being of the theflrtn thenn thethin
thin nn conviction that his hi party named namedthe namedthe namedthe
the wlnnlnz ticket for or the November Novemberelection Noremberflectlon Novemberelection
election He U is also well pleased with withUs withI withiI
Us I declaration of principles In speak speakIns tpeakIn
In Ins of Utah the senator admitted bin binratification hIliatlneatlon hisgratification
ratification and surprise at t what he hehad heba4 hehad
had seen In the brief ptrind 1 zri r1n4 ° d of time timethat timethat timethat
that he h had been here After Ih this he lun luncheon luncheon huncheun
cheon at the Alta club he repaired re lred to tohis tohi tohis
his hi room at the Knutsford where he hewill he111I hewill
will rest until dinner This evenln = he hewill h hWilli hewill
will Willi with the zentlemen tll 1en with whom whomhe
he dined and a few others oth take a run runout runout runout
out to Saltalr It Is I not Improbable Improbablethat
that he will also take a plunge Iunt in the tbeLake theLak thelake
Lake Tomorrow h he will III continue his hisjourney bl blJoume hisJourney
journey to the Ih Pacific coast and It may
be that arrangements will be made In Intbe Inthe inthe
the meantime for him to deliver a poll polltlcal polltII1 pailticah
tlcal address here on his homeward homewardtrip
trip
Ninth InfUntry I II nUl 1 nt Clio Ioo lrooWuhlnton VooWashington IooWashington
Washington July 11 11The The following followingcablegram toUowlnreableram followingcabheram
cablegram has been received nt the thenavy tbenav thenavy
navy nav department from Admiral Itamey
Che Ioo I oo July 10 IOSecretar Secretary of ofNavy otNavyArrhld ofNavyArrived
Navy NavyArrhld Arrived yesterday ellttrda Two bat battalions battaUolI battahlons ¬
talions Ninth infantry and one bat battalion battallol battalion ¬
talion marines Col Meade landed to today torJa toilay ¬
day rJa tc proceed to Tien TI till Fain Allied AI1Mforces Alliedforces 1tItt1 1tItt1to
forces to In Tien Fain engaged in main maintaining maintalnln maintainin ¬
taining their defenses clefo Order Solace Solacehere Iolaeohre Solathers
here to take sick and wounded to toYokohama toYolcohttmll toYokohma
Yokohama hospital Oregon proceed proceedsoon
soon to dock at Kure towed by char chartered chartered chartered
tered utetmer antI convoyed by b Nash Nashvllle NUllIII Nubviii
vllle III Just liarnsd from Admiral Say Seymour S SInour Saymour ¬
mour at Till Tstn forelsners there are
hard hrdpreseed pressed ll >
RRMBV RRMBVDowager nEMICYUlllprcl1 flhCMKrIitiipresn
Ulllprcl1 Dowager J ownw IMSIIOH SI1011 nn Kdlot KdlotNew nlilot nlilotNI hidiotNew
New NI York July 11 nA A dispatch to tothe toIhe tothe
the Herald from Shanghai says saysAn y
An edict of the empress mp dowager dowsgerpromulsnted dowagerprvniulated
promulsnted on June Jfl has ha just been beenIHibllshed lleenllVbllhed beeniubilhd
IHibllshed in Shanghai Her majesty majestyeiptseee maJutynIl majestyepessea
eiptseee nIl sorrow for the death of
Ilaton von Ketteler the German minis minister mlnllter minister ¬
ter who she says went to the Tsung T ung
LlYamen on the th day of his hi death deathasalnst deathallnlt deathaatnst
asalnst her wishes wishesHer with withlIer wishesHer
Her majesty maJ expresses n reuetl regret t that thatlti thattn
lti tn captures Iptu of the Taku forts should
have complicated matters but orders ordersthat
that t the Boxers be HipnrsaMd and the
foreign legations In InlJkln Pekln protected IJ
The whole tone of the th edict 11t fa to held
the U foreigners or era blamable far the gravity gravityTw gravltot
ot the srtes srtesTee I If
Tw f hundred hun red and fifty white WJiJ refugees riCU 1 1rm
from rm Tien Turn have arrived arrlV In n Bhang
hat halIN
Vs I
IN
J
JOHN SWARTZ SWARTZDIES SWARTZDIES SWARTZDIES
DIES IN JAIL JAILWas
Was Arrested Last Friday Night at atCaWorVPalk atC1i t tCaldot
CaWorVPalk CaWorVPalkA C1i Caldot or PaH PaHUKc PikRIC411
UKc RIC411 1 A 1UYWO lw YJ G MAflUU MAflUUUa rANIOWaltSlztllt r5t Ut U UlntSizet
Ua WaltSlztllt Mired With Vith n 111 on Sultirdny Sultirdnymill
mill tfnMltiMllyCretv htilh iriitlahly lCllr eU Ulare Jl re Vlcilvnt VlcilvntUntil iuiuitfliiil ullt ulltUuall
Until lie Died DiedJota 1I11N1J hhed1sIm
Jota J warts aged about 41 41dWat yeara yearadied yesiudd
died dWat at fat tbecity city jail at 131 8 this thl morning morningof motnbSor
of what teat UM doctor pronounced to be beaunt beaUllte beauStS
aunt alcoholism and ether Innrmatlts Innrmatltssuperinduced mnrUtItuperln tndrmateslupirhducd
superinduced tuperln uoed by b recent troublesSwart troublesSwartwaa tr ublertwu
wag one of the men arrested at alders C Cs3rspark alderspark thr thrlark
park on Friday tvcniitg v for taking lib librites liltrUII hibruss
rites with WI a little girl On Saturday Saturdaywhile lIulr4yw1ItIIII ausrdaywhile
while w1ItIIII being taken to totll the office of judge judgeMcMaster JudgeUdl
McMaster JkX to make bis hi plea he h was wasseised WUwttll wasaetied
seised with a violent fit t and he bad to tobe tobe i
be taken back to prison He remained remainedIn rt I
In I a sort t of stupor for neveral + eral hours hoursWhen hoursWhI hoursWhen
When he recovered consciousness cqnse lousneas he hewaa b bDUIet hewas
was ouiet i11et for a little while when hen he hegrew henw hegrew
grew nw gradually Into a raving raln madman madmantie
tie U beat his fists ftt against Inlt the iron door doorof doorof doorof
of his cell 1 until they vere horribly horriblIceratll1
Ulcerated but as a soon as possible Jailor
Thomas Tbo obtained assistance and the tbemufflers 1leIhuftlera thesiuftiers
mufflers were put ut > on him while bis bislegs hi hilegs
legs Je were strapped trap d together but not notuntil notuatll notuntil
until be had hadballly badly bruised his hi shins shinsagainst shinsagainst lIl11talnaL
against the water pip plpwDr pipDr pipeDr
Dr Anderson rlOn attended atttn ed him several severaltimes flveraltimes era I Itlm
times tlm and both he and Jailor Thomas Thomasdid
did all air In their power > ower to give relief to tothe tothe tothe
the unfortunate man but It seemed Im Impossible 1mpolIS tntpos114a ¬
possible polIS to do anything fur him Mon Aohcia ¬
day night and last night t be raved like likea
a man tnallllOAl posasseed eed of rtejtrlum Irlum trsmens trsmensand
and would jump about his hi padded cell cellto celltu ecUto
to avoid Imanary monsters all the tbdwhile thewhile
while hlle uttering cries of terror until his hisfellow hlatltllow liiifellow
fellow prisoners were almost driven drivenmad drivenmad drivenmad
mad madThis madTb madThis
This Tb morning mornl about C oclock It was wasdiscovered w wdllCOYilNlI wasdiscovered
discovered that his tll condition was very verycritical Verycritical rf rfcntal
critical and was taken out of his hi cell cella1 cell4nd coIldud
a1 dud ml laM on a couch Dr Anderson Andersonwas
was seat t for but the pour man was wasdead w wdlld wasdead
dead within half an hour hourThe bourThe hourThe
The body bod was al taken Uk to ODonnell8 ODonnell8undertaking ODonnellundertakJnl ODonnellsundertaking
undertaking parlors where it now lies
It 10 said 14 that Swart Swartl hall relatives rlaU In
Iowa Ioa and an if It Is I possible flble to reach ch
them tba they the will wi be b apprised apprla of C the thedeath thedeth thedeath
death deth in II which whih event tvut no h disposition dispositionwill o
will 11 IM b made mae of the body b dlpltul until they theygive theyglv theygive
give directions dirtions It they thy cannot canlot ha hafound b befound
found It I Is I probable prbl that he will 1 be beinterred b bethterei
interred I In the Potters field feld at the thecountys thecuunt1 thecountys
countys expense elltna a she Ie died Indigent IndigentIn Indlpt
In regard to the offense oleDt be b was wascharged w wch warncharged
charged ch with wiI at the time of his h death deathbe deth dethhe
he stolidly tlldly maintained mintained that tht Me h bad lul no nocriminal nocrlmlal noCrinhai
criminal crlmlal Intentions IntentionsHe Iltentlon >
He 1 Was a as a bartender brtnder at OReillys o n I sa sakmt
baa k an a State Stat street t ta MLMMH asti astisMerubl
a sMerubl popularity pl1 alMhg he lidquetters fre frequenters t ¬
quenters lue n at Sf that resort rl llt < and was well wellspoken Wel Welbn wellspoken
spoken bn of by b his hil employer employerLONDON employerLONDOt employerLONDOLI
LONDON IS ISLOSINO LOSING HOPE HOPESome HOPESOe
Some SOe Tangible Tanible Proof PrO that tht the Pekln Lega Legations Lea Leations Lgations ¬
tions are Safe Sfe Wanted WantedLl Walte WalteL
Ll L linns lnn < linns lnll Krcplntf J < elllll Order in inCnulourrcpurliiK h hCnulou1Ilrlll itiCnutonhrcpirliig
CnulourrcpurliiK Cnulou1Ilrlll Imlluii hllll Troulm Troulmfor Troll Trollfor
for Service Senilt in II China ClilunLondon ChlnRLd ChinaLondon i
London Ld July Ju 11 1 202 p m 1lthoUh 1lthoUhShanul inAlthouh inAlthouhShanghaI Although AlthoughShanghai
Shanghai Shanul today toa repeats repatl the statement statementthat tattL tattLtht
that tht both th the tb emperor emPror and a dowager dowagerempress doa doaemp dowagerempress
empress emp are a alive aUv and telegrams te from fromChinese trm trmChlne fromChine
Chinese Chlne olla officials again testify ttt to the tbesafety Ut thesafety
safety atety of the te legations the th assertions assertionsno Ilon
no longer lonr stimulate tmulate hop hope here t and pee pessimism P peesimiam ¬
simism mll will Wl prevail prevai as long lonr as the au authorities autboriU anthiorltles ¬
thorities who on their own 01 showing showingare Ilowln Ilowlnare
are able to get Rt messages m to the coast coastfall ou outaU coasttall
fall to send I confirmation onnrnton of tbe safety safetyof i iof
of the foreigners fOeu from trb some un member mbr of ofa otI ofa
a I legation IqUo at Pekln London sees I In Inthe II inthe
the disappearance dlplce and Ind reappearance reaIPrnce of ofprominent ofIllnet atilrontnent
prominent Illnet people tple at Pelcln and the ef efforts eftor eftorts ¬
forts tor apparently a rty making to shift alt the theblame Ue Ueblam theblame
blame blam from frm one O to the other othe and an In the theattempts th th thattempts
attempts attempt to t represent J rnt themselves as a
victims of o Instead Iltead of principals prnall In the therecent theIt therecent
recent It occurrence ornce only nl Iprtlon IprtlontOI reparations reparationsfor eparstiontoi
tOI alibis alb and an defennes In view of the theapproach th theapproach
approach approh of the troops tron of the he powers powersand poweiand
and the ti tragedy tlg they the may discover dllovr pwere pwereand on onreaching onrtahlng onreaching
reaching the Chinese Chinei capital capitalAccording r capitalAccording plt
According Acl to a dispute dllvltch from trm 8hang Sha
li ha l the th fighting IUnl at Then Tsln July Julywas I Iwal 8WK
was WK the th heaviest bvlt which 1hlth has ht yet oc occurred o occurred ¬
curred cur the Oe Russian RIIanl alone burying burlnr MO MOmen I eeemen
men The allies all are becoming Ilnc ex exhausted exhUll cxhaustid ¬
hausted hUll by constant cutant righting lghtng
A dlemlch dltoh from trm Canton anto says Lt
Hung Hun Cbaac CI is keeping kepln excellent excllt order orderthere ode ordertiter
there th Ilebbers nb and pirates plratl are ar executed executedpublicly IIUte exeeute4publicly
publicly Jubler and l frequently ruent and the th r People Peoplea > ople opleare ple pleare
are a cowed OW and ar afraid af4 tp t disturb the ttbepeace UhJ thepeace
peace peaceIt
J co col
It l was W stnwgly M rumored Ilnor in service serviceand serviceand rlc
and pl 1 play r clubs 0 that the th government governmentwu OVMl lnt
wu 1 pr IJq PIss11 WrtBg to send 108000 100 Indian Ildla Ildlatr Ihdiatroops
troops tr to CkiiM C In the autumn A for foreisn torelln foreln
eisn elln ottoe a aSahi dl to a represenutlve represenutlveof re rtaUv rtaUvot
of the th Associated ted Press Ir said lid that no nosuch notuet nosuch
such tuet men eeold 14 be t possibly Pbly spared
from trm India InI nor n was 1 It I noselNe 1lb tl for
Qr Ot al HrlUtln Urln to t add ad to her Ir present PNDt PNDt1PIUt y ysponMb4hItii re reeponstbtmtM
eponstbtmtM Ity out
1PIUt sending Ct such lok a
force topa WfceMVer W1 secured ure however 1 how vr he headded h hadde headded
added adde It I may m safely lfely be asserted that thatstrong thatBtlnr thatstrong
strong Btlnr British Dlu reinforcement Jlnforcement will wi be on ol
their way to the th far fa east before the tb end endof IMof
of September SeptemberGOItniCIi SeiImberGOlfihifli tr trOOCm el
GOItniCIi OOCm 11 MLKDlill IHUm CASH CASHDoChnsos 050UOlnlo CASIOIotkticcg
DoChnsos UOlnlo Motion 31010n fbr a I Coiillimntiuo CoiillimntiuoIn Conllllunluo ConllllunluoII
In II Overruled Onrrull1 hy I the Court CourtGeorgetown CourtOtown CourtGeorgetown
Georgetown Otown Ky K July Jil II nThe The mo motion m methou ¬
thou ton of o the tb defense f for a continuance continuanceIn contla contlaIn
In the ease ef exHecratary eX ratat of State Ca Caleb Caleb Caleb
leb Powers lOIr charged ebr with wll being bll acce acceB aeces5Cr
B Ir 5Cr ry to tlte th Goebel Gobl murder Ihurer came cme up
before Judge Judr Cantrill lantnll this morning morlnl
Commonwealths Cmnwtkl attorney attr Prank JrnkK PrsnkNn Ha la lapresenting li ticpreeniing
presenting the objections of the
prtng th obJotol tle pros pioescutlon p proscution
cutlon cuUon claimed clime that the th th defendant had hadnot ha hadslot
not t exercised exr due diligence 41Jc to get l his hiswitnesses hllWtne hiswitnesses
witnesses Wtne here hereBxGovernor hr here1kGovernor
BxGovernor RxOYlnOr Drown Drwn for the defense defensereplied dtnt defensereplied
replied rple that tht the til affidavit aIM filed liedabunance Id show showabundance showabundance
abundance abunance of If cause caul for a continuance continuanceand conUnt conhinuescand
and tlld asserted rte that Uat a trial tril under the cir circumstances elreumlan drcumsiances ¬
cumstances eumlan would br b so 1 much labor laborlost labr labrlot laborlost
lost lot as the t higher courts would certain certainly crain crainI
ly I reverse ree the tb verdict on the ground rund of oferror o oferror
error errorThs err errorThe
The motion ntOf for a continuance cntnuan was wasoverruled wasoverruled
overruled oIII UM t court ort Andlng fndlnl that It I was wasthe walthe ws wsthe
the fault of the U f defense dltll that tht witnesses witnetwesan wtM
are rot ot present Jt The T court ort uottA oUh d tbe tji
U
defense dfenae that tbt they i mlejit mlg have hY attach attachinsntu atta attatau aitsebmeats
meats tau issued we returnable turabl nut Tuesday
for to all 81 absent bot witnesSes Wtn cmd sold 1l TI spwtal
bailiffs tlrl would QUIl be provtBsd Ilvll fn and JI sow sowpuliery ee eepulse
puliery pulet pulse process pr granted tnte In order oll I to
bring brr wltawses wlte here he If i It I Is 1 desired dulrec dulrecr
r
WILLIAMSON MUST MUSTSERVE MUSTSERVE MUSTSERVE
SERVE HIS TERMSuprorl TERMSuproms TERM TERMSuprom
Suprom Suprorl Court Decision In an Iron IronCounty IronCounty IronCounty
County Case CasoMWJSIl CasolLOW CaseL0W1It
MWJSIl LOW It COURT COUli AFFI1U1HD AFFI1U1HDTuo AFBlt I D
Iwo 10 Otier Ot Ir llrcl Jrll hleciiioni lon lol lluiitlril luldrd Ievu Ievutlui leWu leWutlu 1euth
tlui th Lower LOUlIr Cenrl urt Alllrmril Amll lu luHHCI luIIh inhiach
HHCI IIh InMiiiice InMiiiiceThe 11IIUo 11IIUoltrel llioueoTb
The Supreme ltrel court curt handed down town an anptakm antp anOpinion
Opinion tp today Co la II the tb case c of the tb State Statevs ltt lttn
vs a John Jollt H Williamson WJUmn appellant IppiIDt af afArailng a atflrmlng
Arailng llar the lb judgment judnt of the court Otr be below I below ¬
low
lw
lowTbe The Tie defendant 4tendnt Williamson WIJaan was wa con convicted cn cnvlced convicted ¬
victed vlced In Utt 11 18 uf having carnal crna know knowledge knowledge ¬
ledge 1 of a f female rmll under eighteen ellt yeari yeariof er ero
of o age a and n sentenced ntnce by b Judge Juc Hlgglns Hlgglnsto Jlln
to four years in the State prison prisonThe pr prTh prisonThe
The Th case ca came before bto the court cUrt on oJ re rehearing ishring ¬
hearing herltl counsel cuual for appellant applnt contend contending cDtnd cDtndf contendiltif ¬
ing f that th t the Information 1forto was Insuffi Insufficient Ilul lusuiticleat ¬
cleat cli tbe judges charge cbal was WA contrary contraryto cntral
to t law hawand and that the character charater of o the theyoung t theyoung e erolr
young rolr girl lrt rl with wih whom hom the offense of was wasoommftted walfl wasQumJhttted
oommftted lfl was decidedly dt1dedly bad The Su Supreme Suprme Supromo ¬
promo prme court Audi no reversible reenlble error in intbe Intb inthe
the tb recoid ttIeJ and hence affirms aCrm the th lower lowercourts lwer lwerour lowerCourts
courts judgment judgmentTbe
our judJeut judJeutTh
Tbe opinion olUlon was al delivered delver by lr Justice JusticeMlusr JuUc JusticeMiner
Miner 111 Chief IIC Justice Barton Brtch concurred concurredbut cunumld cunumldbt
but bt Justice Baskln l dissented dlIntl
THIS lJUS OASIS AlKSU su AFK1HMHU AFK1HMHUSupremo FPhh1MliDSuprottie IIH3IW
Supremo Court CuurtIeeinhon DeclNlun J tUI In a Law Lawyers Iu IuJOI1 I4iIiIuIs ¬
yers JOI1 lo Fli bull bullTbe SlIltTI ttitThe
The TI Supreme lu rme court curt today tuy affirmed affirmedthe atlred atlredt
the t judgment juqlellt of the th lower court cur In the tbeuse the0415e
use 0 of Joseph Jolh Potter vs v the Ajax Aj Min Mlnluf MinIII 74iInhitg
luf III company O n appellant appellantThis al1ltllantl
This l was an a appeal from the judgment judgmenthad jullnnt jullnnthd
had hd against the Ajax Aja Mining Mlnln company companyfor cUlty cUltylur
for the sum of fJtMO bVU In the Fifth tl ju judicial judlca jitdicisi ¬
dicial dlca district and was the second lond ap appeal appeal p ppl ¬
peal pl bad ld In II the he cause cUk The complaint complaintwas coplaint coplaintwaa
was tiled le In October Otubr 1M The cause causeof c
of action was one fur personal Irunal Injuries Injuriessustained hOuriutalne injuriessustained
sustained utalne by Potter Poter while hnl In the de defendant defendnt defendant ¬
fendant fendnt companys cmpany employ occasioned occasionedthrough Oonl occasionedthrough
through thtuh Its It neglt ne1 genee Ienel The case C was wascompromised waacupromlled wascompromised
compromised cupromlled and the case el came em on o for
trial tria tbe second H ldtimt time fur the th purpose purposeof purll
of determining detrlnlnr the amount of compen compensatiou com compensatloti t
satiou UlO tbe attorneys attore1 for plaintiff 1Ialntll were wereentitled wertenttle wereentitled
entitled enttle to receive under untr a certain con contract contract contract
tract tract The Th action aIo was WII brought to re recover reo reooVer recover
cover 15000 50 but plaintiff lalntt thought the theefforts thedorts thiseortn
efforts of Thomas Mfrlnvaux eflnlu an at attorney attone attorney ¬
torney tone for the London Lndon Guaranty Ouarnt com comany comPI coinpasty
any PI who had insured the tb defendant defendantcompany defendantcompany
company 00111 by reason of accidents against againstits qalu
its employes Oplo Induced Induc the plaintiff plUf to todismiss to4Istiis
dismiss 1 the tb case CU lu consideration of tbe tbeptfBtoMTof tbepot thepMaCot
cletin
ptfBtoMTof pot tL n 81100 M 1 TW was va dons donswithout do donwithout
without hout consulting tbe attorneys at ri for forplaintiff torPI forpldintirt
onatl
plaintiff PI hltl Messrs Mr J E Page a A Powers PowersStraup PowersStraup Ott
Straup Llppman Plaintiff PlalnUI It seems seemshad leml lemlId seemshad
had Id agred ar to pay py his attorneys attore one onehalf onehlt onehalf
half hlt of any an amount recovered roved either eitherby eitherby Itherb
by b way of judgment JUdrent or settlement no nosettlement noeUIment nosettlement
settlement to be b made without the theconsent th thiconsent
consent eonllit of both bth parties parte to the agree agreement are agreemeat ¬
meat mlt It was also al stipulated tpulatt that the theattorneys theattorn theattorneys
attorneys attorn should advance advanc the thl necessary necessarycourt ntary ntarycourt necessarycourt
court costs ct and It witness wlne fees t which whichwas whicha whichwas
was a don donCounsel donCouD1 donCounsel
Counsel for plaintiff plaIntf contended conthde that thattbe tht thttbe thatthe
tbe contract ontraet was champertous challroul but the theSupreme theSaprme theSuprune
Supreme court curt holds to the contrary contraryand Lntr
and n affirms afrl the tb lower courts judgment judgmentJustice jul judgmentJustice ent entJuUe
Justice JuUe Miner delivered dellvtN the opinion opinionChief opinioni opinionChief
Chief Chet Justice Bartch Batch concurred Cncur but butJustice butJuaUce butJustice
Justice BaskJn Bkn dissented dissentedANOTHKIl dl dissentedtXThllht
nte nteXOTJlm
ANOTHKIl XOTJlm A FFlllMATIOX FFlllMATIOXOARO ImITIOS ImITIOSOS8
OARO of f Strlokluy VH fl v Hill JI Alllnnocl Alllnnoclby lrmcd lrmcdlT
by lT this Huprrino HUlrlmo Court CourtThe CuurtTh CourtThe
The Th Supreme court curt handed hnde down an anopinion anoplblon anopinion
opinion this thl afternoon aftenoon aiflrmlng atrmlng the thejudgment th thjdfht thejudgment
judgment jdfht of the lower court In the case caseof 0 caseof
of John Strlckley Strlckll et t al vs V Elmer Elme Hill Hillappellant ll 11111appellant
appellant appellantThe alant
The case cH Involved Inolve title tte to the Navajo Navajomining NanJomlDllg Navajomining
mining mlDllg claim clam situated aluated In tbe West WestMountain WestMountain Ht HtroDJtln
Mountain roDJtln Mining 1Inln district The Su Supreme SUoPfl Supreme ¬
preme Pfl court cour found In favor of plain plaintiffs plaindll plainties ¬
tiffs dll and the Supreme Suprme court curt finding findingno fnding fndingJ
no J reversible rverelble error In the record rtrd af afrlrmtd aCfltthe atfirmid
rlrmtd fltthe the judgment Jurnt
u
THE jlE MEHCUHYS MARK MARKIt
It Itoficliwl I0cled a Maximum of Oi 9 Tills TillsAfternoon Tils TilsterMon ThIs4t
Afternoon AfternoonToday 4t ftertiooiiToday terMon terMonTor
Today Tor was regarded rlared as a exceedingly exceedinglyclose excIngly excInglyelO
close elO and oppressive o pllv though the mer mercury merGi marOUr ¬
cury Gi OUr only oal rose ro within 7 degrees ter of the thehottest thehotlt thehottest
hottest hotlt day tr of the month which whlh was wsli was1S1
111 li The maximum Inaxlutn figures npr reached rch to today tody todity ¬
day dy were ere M 4 which occurred occur at t toclock 1oclok Ioclock
oclock oclok At that time tle a brisk brl breeze breezecaused b bressecaused
caused ture caU turt a decided deide drop In the tempera temperature tmpl temperature ¬
CHAUUBI CJAJWHD WITH Mrit r INSANITY INSANITYA IXSAXrJi IXSAXrJiA
A complaint c lalnt was sworn to today toay in inthe Inth inthe
the th Third district dlatrlc court curt charging Mary MarySabtfte MarySeWs ar I
SeWs lW an Inmate InMt of the county cout in infirmary Inmt inrinspy ¬
firmary mt rinspy with Ith Insanity The Te woman womanwho Womn Womnw womanwho
who w Is 71 years re I of o a alf se e will 1 be I given e a
Hearing lerR at 11 1 oclock oolok tomorrow tomrw morning morningLATE mJII mJIILATE inoenhsi4LATE
LATE LOCAL NEWS NEWSDr
Dr B V Silver Slvr Is I not going lin IDaet IDaetMMtll Mt Mtl hOsetIietil
MMtll l the t Mtb JUa Inet IMt When be b does c go 8 he heexne b heexpects
exne expects tion 1 U to enjoy en a much needed let vaca vacation va vacaMarriage ¬
tionMarriage tf
Marriage url licenses Icn were today toy granted grantedLeon mlte grantedLion
Leon L M I Johnson JOnu1 M I and Little 1IU UltIePains B BFahwe BJ
Pains J M 1 both of INngham ba Bit Bwa Kdward ward wardj
j lumen IP Z u and ad Dagny Erlkaon Erlkaonboth Prlc a alth 6 6both
both lth of 0 Salt ll La Lab Oscar Olar U 1 Hedmau Jlma
S4 of Big 81 Cottonwood Cotonwo and Maud aud North
20 J of Mill Wi Creek rk Herbert J 1 Gregory rl North
14 1 Lake lke and a City CityJames Ct CtJa CityJames Susan IUI L L I Boston EtU M I both btI uf Salt SaltLake SaltLake t tlke
James Ja Young You a the miner who wh was wasseised wa waseised
seised llt with Wtb su uh < h severe ve pains at the thePiiiaoey thePJ thePidaney
Piiiaoey PJ mine Dlne at lt farming Jarlnton ton a day dy or ortwo o ortwo
two ago and who ho was thought to be besuffering b besuftertaig
suffering ufrt from fm an Incipient Inlpllnt epileptic IJItptc epilepticIs fit fitIs ftl
Is hospital I slowly alowY recovering lvr at the t h Holy I 01 Croat Croathospital C Csoshoepitl
hospitalThe boJlil
The horse hr that tat Is I worked worke on 01 the U Union UnlO
Paper Va Box 81 Companys wagon wlon was waastanding wuIandlnc wasstanding
standing Iandlnc In front trnt lt of < > f Kopps candy calld calldtabllbmcftt es establishment estabiisbmcnt ¬
tablishment tabllbmcftt this tb afternoon neo when a apassing aln apassing
passing ln street car frightened Irbtent4 him and andhe andb andhe
he b started trtt down the street t at the tb top topof to topof
of his hl speed a On reaching rh8r Second SecondSouth Iad IadSuth SecondSouth
South Suth street ttt be tried ted to turn bt but stum stumbled atumbled tumbl ¬
bled bl against t the tb curb In front Int of the theDooiy th thDy thDooly
Dooiy Dy black blok and a was WA thrown tbrwn onto ont his hisaide ht hi hiMdc
aide He I bad h aowired a lrld such a mo mom 1 nsonntwnt
m nntwnt alNtn I that t t he h slid IU across a the u side sidewalk e ewalk ¬
walk IlN w and al struck Mrk the th wall wal of UM t build buildIsff bCI butidls 16
Isff 18g ls with th terrific telne force No one 01 was wa waI
Iftht I In tit 1 wagon w when wl b 1 hi started I Ilat 18 l run runand runan4
and In4 when the wl wll whesis > eU struck llk Ucrb Lh h curb rn rnIn4
heHarness brake and tho horse went wentsliding wentsliding
a
iUdlnl sliding bitntke on onaooe ottajone alone
OfflA G nNA GIVES clvEsiER clvEsiERSIDE HER HERSIDE u
SIDE OF OFTHE THE STORY STORYRebelious STORYRebellious
Rebellious Rebelious Athletic Subjects Start Troubles TroublesPopulace TroublesPopulace TroublesPopulace
Populace Regarded
Movement as asSupernatural lS lSSupernatural asSupernatural
Supernatural and Strange
Washington W hl July Jul UAn 1n Imperisl Imperisldecree Impr itnpertsldecres I Ilt
decree lt dated dt Ird day da of the Ua fth moon moonJune mo moonJun
June JU V was received rive br telegraph telegraphtoday telegraphtody
today Loy by b Minister > llt Wu from trm the Taotal Taotalof Tatl Tatlof
of Shanghai Ilal transmitted tlted on July llly 1 1from 1 1from
from fm the th treasurer tlur of o the l Chi Ci Ll Llprovince 1 Upruvinee
province tvlt who received rlved it by special specialcourier l specialoorIer ll llC
courier C on June 30 1 from f the tb board b of ofwar 0 0war ofwar
war who In turn tur received flyt It from fromtbe trl trltH fromthe
the prv1 privy council counlia in lWn 11n The Te deem deemla de
la a as A follows followsTUB ollow
TUB nB DJRBI DJRBIorun DKCREThe DBCRBB DBCRBBTh
Th The circumstances orun which whic led J to t Ut Utcommencement t the thecommencement
commencement ctmnCIDt of fighting Iltn between betweenChinese bet betChl betweenChin
Chinese Chin a and ad foreigners torlra were re of such a acomplex aaoap acomplex
complex aoap confusing ontulr and ad unftftunata unftftunatacharacter InCotute InCotutechalr untGltuea4scharacter
character chalr as a to be b entirely eUrl11 unexpected unexpectedOur UIpte
Our Or diplomatic representatives representativesabroad reprntaUbl
abroad bl owing owllI to their distance dlltalee from fromthe trm trmthe fromthe
the scene In of action acUul have had no meant meantof me
of knowing the true tre tate of things and andaccordingly ad adacr4nl andaccordingLy
accordingly acr4nl cannot lay the views vleW of the tbegovernment th thegovernment
government IvmDt before llefor the ministers mtlura for forforeign to forforeign
foreign toni affairs atin of the respective re tV powersto pw pwto Powers Powersto
to which wh h they the are ar accredited acreie Now we wetake w wtak wetake
take tak this ti opportunity opprtuniy of going 0 fully tuU In Into Into Into ¬
to the matter anttr for the th Information Infolton of our ourrepresentatives ourrprDtU ourreprenlatives
representatives rprDtU aforesaid aforld
HOW lOW REBELLION IEBElLION AROSE AROSEIn AR081 AR0811f
In 1f the th first trat place pla there ther arose al In the theprovinces th theprovinces
provinces PrvuC of Chi LI and Shan Shl Tung Tun a aband Abald abaud
band bald of rebellious rbillou subjects ubJIU who whubn had hadbeen hadbeen
been bn In the habit hbit of practising rtl boxing boxingand b boxingand nl nlit
and fencing In their ther respective rpU villages villagesand II
and Ild it at a the same ame time clothing their do doings doI domu ¬
ings I with spiritual and strange aWb rites ritesThe rlt ritesThe
The local loal authorities authorll failed to take due duenotice tu tunutc duenotice
notice nutc of them at the time tme Accord Accordingly Accordinsiy Qr4 ¬
ingly the Infection Inteton spread r with wih aston astonlilting utonlahln antonhshing
lilting lahln rapidity rapid I Within the space p of o a amonth amontb amonth
month It s seemed to make Its appear appearance app appearapee ¬
ance anc everywhere evewhere and finally llr llrrate even evenreached evenreached
reached rate the capital Itself Dvery 1 one onelooked 0 0luke onelooked
looked upon the movement as supernatural ¬
luke upn tie movemnt super supernatural
upr uprntlr
natural It ntlr and an strange t8 and many mD1 joined joinedIt jne
Ito DOWN o WITH CHRISTIANITY CHRISTIANITYThen CIRIITIANITY CIRIITIANITYel
Then el there were lawless lal and nd treach treacherous th thrue treacherous ¬
erous rue persons pnon who sounded lunde the cry cr of ofDown ofDwn ofDown
Down Dwn with Christianity Crltlt About Abut the themiddle thlmiddle themiddle
middle of tbe fifth Ifh moon mO these tl persons personsbegan personsbegan rsf
began pl to create crte disturbances dllturbanc without withoutwarning wUbot wUbotarnln withoutWarning
warning arnln Churches Curh were burned burl and andconverts andConverts d dconeL
converts coneL were killed IUed The whol city citywas citywas
was 1 In a ferment lennent A situation Iituaton was cre created c cte1hlcb Cr Crated ¬
ated te1hlcb which could coud not be b brought brubt under undercontrol undercontrl undercontrol
control contrl At flrst frat the th foreign torln power pwe re requested ro roQte isquested
quested Qte that tlt foreign to troops trP be b allowed allowedto alowl
to t enter tr the th capital cpit for the l protection protectionof teUc
of the thleUon thelegationi legations The Imperial govern government governmont ¬
ment having havnJ havin in view vie hnplfJ the comparative comparativeurgency enpraU enpraUrlie comparativeUrgency
urgency rlie of the occasion oulon granted grnte the re request r rI requasi ¬
I quest as an extraordinary mark mrk of ofcourteiy otourt ofcourtesy
courtesy ourt beyond the requirements rulnment of In International II International ¬
ternational terntonal Intercourse Interur Over 60 1 for foreign fo forrigri ¬
elm troops trp were wer rit r it t to Pekln lekln This Thisshows Thishow Thisshows
shows how clearly how ho I uch care car China ex exerclsed e exercised
erclsed erll In the maintenance Inalntenac of friendly friendlyrelations ttendlY ttendlYrelaUol friendlyrelations
relations relaUol with 1th other countries < Ine 1 le legations Ietlon hegations ¬
gations tlon at the capital never bad hd much muchto mf
to do with wth the people pple But from frm the thetime thetme thetime I
time tme foreign troops trp entered enter the city elt the thecuardg theuardll theguards
guards did not devote themselves tlemHlv ex exclusively cxclusively x xcluat ¬
clusively cluat vel to the protection protelon of their re 1 ¬
spective l ctlve legations They Th sometimes sometimesfired ImeUm ImeUmtre sometimestired
fired tre their guns on o the top of the city citywalls clt cltwall cityWalls
walls and sometimes ometne Patrolled Jltrlle the thestreets thetreetl thestreets
streets everywhere elhlre There were reports reportsof
of persons pnn being bln hit hi by b stray Itra bullets bulletsMoreover bulletMorver bulletsMoreover repr
Moreover Morver they strolled trll about but the city citywithout clr clrwlUlout citywithout
without restraint and even ea attempted attemptedto atmpted atmptedto
to enter ente the Tsung Tul Itua Iua gate the east eastern et etern eastcon ¬
ern gate gle of the palace plac ground gund They Theyonly Theyonly
only 017 desisted deltld when hen advance ayaac was post positively postlively ¬
lively tlvtl forbidden On this thll account aoullt p bth bthtbe both boththe boththe
the soldier ldl and the people ple were wer pro provoked pr proyoked ¬
yoked oke to t resentment rntmnt and ad voiced their theirIndignation theirInicnlton theirindignation
Indignation Inicnlton with wih one accord Id Lawless Lawlesspersons Lwl Lwlthen Lawleispersons
persons then took tok advantage of the thesituation tl thesituation
situation to do mischief mllhlt and became bame
bolder oJder than Oan ever eYr In burning and killing kiing
Christian converts onVEr The T powers pwers there thereupon thereU thereupon ¬
upon U n attempted atemptld to reinforce Nlnfo the foreign foreigntroop foreigntroop
torell
trJ troop In P Ptkln Pekiti kin but the reinforcements reinforcementsencountered rlntolmenta reinforcementsencountered I
encountered etcunter resistance Itn and defeat elet at atthe atthe atthe
the hands of the Insurgents Inulent on < the way Wr
I
and and have hae not yet been b able to proceed pr
UNION OP 01 INSURGENTS INSURGENTSThe IIUGENT8 IIUGENT8T
The T insurants IhlUrnt of the two provinces provincesof prvln prvlnof
of Chi Cb 14 L and h Shan ln Tune n hay by b btime this thistime
time effected ecte a I complete o letl union and andcould siedcould
could not be b separated Mlrttd The Te Iml imperialovrament Imperial Imperialrovernment In
rovernment ormnt WM by no 1 means telnet reluctant telnetant ¬
ant nt to Issue l orders for the entire sup c ¬
pression lon of this 01 Insurgent IhlUrent element Iemet tp But Butss Bt BtI
ss I the trouble truble was so 1 near ner at hand handthere han handthere
there was a great fear that due
tlne Ial te tht protec protection prott protectin ¬
tin tA mtM not be assured Alr to the te legs legations le legsPuns ¬
Puns It the anarchists anarlla should Iould be driv driven ¬
en to extremities extNlle thus tbU bringing on a anational alonal atictional
national lonal calamity calaity There Tere also a was o
fc tar Zor r that uprisings uZrlln might mlllu occur Qcur In 1f the tbeprovinces tll tlllrvnC theprovinces
provinces lrvnC of Chi Li and d 8bau Twig r at atthe atthe t tth
the th same lm time tme with 1ltl the tb result lult that tbt
both bth foreign lorel missionaries mllola and Chinese Chineseconverts ChiD ChiDeOner Chineseconverts
converts eOner In the two provinces rn might mbta1
fail victims vtcllm to popular ula fury ttrT It wan waatherefore w wthfare wantherefore
therefore absolutely ablutel necessary fe to eon eonslder e eonskier
skier II r the matter from rrm every tVt point llQt of ofview I II
view I As A a measure mn of precaution Jutlon rcsutio It Itwas I itwan
was wa finally aal decided 4ete to request rut the for fo
inn ministers mlt to retire IUre temporarily le I
Tten on Tttn for to safety isfetyASLUINATION safetyASSASSINATION et etIUINA1ION Jrarly
ASSASSINATION IUINA1ION OF VOX JOBTTB JOBTTBL1K K CKlTKKit
L1K L1KIt IJaI Kit KitIt
It I was while whIl the th discussion dlauG of this thistivroeltlon na naJ1 tideo7iosition
tivroeltlon J1 IUon was wa In I progress that the theUerman Ul theOerman
Uerman Grn mlt minister Baron Br von v Ketteler Kettelerwan Xftle
wan WI assassinated awd by b a riotous rlo mb one onemorning Ce CeorDn onekiornhtig
morning orDn while wb on o his bl way wa to the Ue Tsung TI
llYamea L I On 0 the previous rla day da tbe th 0t 0tGerman
German Onaa minister mlnte had written Wttf a letter lette
L
QUEENS GARDEN CARDEN PARTY PARTYIt PARTYI
It I Give Ge Rue Ri U I a U M Mo it Extnordiiw Etrscrdiny tlny Sees Seesa S Sc Schi
i hi a the tl MWM H Iii oi f Commons CommoMto C CotUI CommonsMoiltiti
Moiltiti otUI to Adjourn IIJOllrl Jehu Hilton HiltonNulIonnlUl 11011 11011SatoIRII lillianNLLtiOItlLlill
NulIonnlUl SatoIRII inul lle 3I dJten llltdlll Iliul IliulIral Ilul IlulItal ltisiIiral
Iral li 1111 1nilc > ilc Itrolll Ntrons OI OJOhm OJOhmln Objoetlen ObjoetlenLosdei > Je ilun ilunIxmden
Ixmden ln July J itrTbe lL queens 1 1rty garden gardenparty gardenparty
party rty at BvcktagsMw palace pl today to was wasan wasan
an a especially ss scIafly brilHant ItlUlt fuftction ftD Her Hermajesty He hitmajesty
majesty naj oas o came tnm if Windsor WII to attend attendthe att attendthis
the party I and an dr t drove f about Ibt among aa Uw UwthouaoiMia u thethesasitdi
thouaoiMia thO i f tl cutfM who JMluded hla the tbemwnbew t themembees
mwnbew ttnb a et f the th nsyal r1l Cfn anllU b t th the ie ttato ttatomatlp IIomatte
matte aortM and nd ethor
muto lN ah ethe dtstimrulsbeil dtstimrulsbeilpeople listheguishitipeople t
people pple The member membol of the United UnIte
ap appointing Intlng a time tm for calling at t the
cln
Tun TsunzlLyamn c 4hYTS 11 Ylmtn But the Yamen am n
rorl frig < he h b be
might b molested moltle on the
VI
1I1f wy uul < id not consent conet to the th appoint
Since Il ilient < ut as A a suggested IUellld by the mini linl fppnt
this thl
occurrences ourenc the amuchinti amuchintiattitude an lchl t
assuittid Id a rore more bld bold aM thrratmh
attitude
and
consequently contleQuenty It w nof n
dlml deomed me3 wise wil to carry cr out the 1l iiriijei rJ f
or
ndln
sending the
T Tllt Tein ln under Ind r an n diplomatic diplomatc escort trt However BOevf corps COrl to TVn Tpn or
der rters were we Issued to the troops tro a detalli I
for < the II no protection proletoQ of the legation dftatd to II
keen kl stricter It rde watch and take lertIH grcattr
precautions rl utln against any a emergency emergencyTO fmeln Irtt < y yT
TO T OUR SURPRISE SURPRISEZt IUPRISE IUPRISEo
Zt ro ° our surprise arprl o al on the 1th 20th th of the
fifth tfth moon mol June II foreign naval of
loreln
flcere lcr ers at Taku Tau calltd clle on nall Lo 1 Jung
Kwang Kwal the thl general neral commanding eommlldln awl nl
demanded dman ld his hI surrender lurndfr of the forts fortnnotifying torlHnotrln fortsnotifying
notifying notrln him that tht falling faln to receive receivecompliance rectlve receivecompliance
compliance they would at 2 oclock the thenext tb
next nfxt da dtt take steps to selie ocok the fort
teP torll
by b force Lo t Jung Ju Kwang Xln being bIn bound bunl
by the duties dul of his office olrl to hold tha
forts how could he yield Itld to the de demand dcmand Cemend ¬
mand On the th day Ia named name they the actually actualy
Irit rat fired red on the forts which blch respond responded ¬
ed e and ketit ke t up fighting nUq all al day repnd repnde and
then thtl surrendered lumnct Thus Thul the th conflict connle confli of ofIceJ r ro
forces o cel began Jan but certainly crtainly the Initiative InltatN
did not nt come Cme from our side Even EVlt sup Ip ¬
I posing pl that China were Wtr not conscious consciousof conllaU
of her true rnndltlonhow condiIon nndItlon how could she
take such Ilth a Me III as a to engage In war warwith warwith
el8e wr wrwlb
with wlb All the powers Je simultaneously Imulantoul and
how could ouh she Ibp relying Iyll upon up to1 to support supportoT lu port portan
oT an anarchistic Inuchlte populance JPulnc go Into Ino war warwith warwith ar
with Ith he Ie powers powersCHINAS fW fWCJUNAS powersCRINAS
CHINAS POSITION POSITIONOur POSIION POSIIONOur
Our position Jton In this Ihlr matter mltr ought oUbt to
be clearly understood Inderlo by all al the powers
The above abve li I a statement of the p1era wrongs wrongawe
wrol4 wrol4we
we have hIe suffered ulre and how ho chins WM WMdriven 1IttIIrlvfn wasrtven
driven to the unfortunate position from fromwhich fromwhich
which she he could Dot escape escapeOur tllCApeOur escapeour
Our several ministers will make makftknown mitflknown makeknown
known accurately and nd In detail the thecontent thlcontntll theCoflteflti
content of this decree and the th policy of
China to tbe ministers of foreign affair allalrIn affairIn
In their respective countries and Indure as assure assure ¬
sure them that military authorities are arestill arestili arestill
still strlctdly enjoined to afford protec protection prutection rotec rotectlon ¬
tion to the tll legations as a hitherto to the theutmost thputm theutmost
utmost utm lt of their power As for the an anarchists enareblI anarchicta ¬
archists they tbp will be severely dealt dealtwith dlllltlth dealtwith
with lth as circumstances permit permitThe permllThl permitThe
The several elll mlnlntem will continue cnntinuIn continueIn
In tbe discharge of the duties dUII 1I uf tMr tMroffice thlrOmeN lhtromcei
office as hitherto without hrVntinn hrVntinnor
or doubt This teloarraphlc tel < decie deer tn tnbe Intnlmltt Libe
be trinsmltted for their Information InformationKOTK tntormationNOTE n nNOTE
NOTE GIVES GIVEIUTIIIIACTION GIVEIUTIIIIACTIONWuhlnlt01l SATISFACTION SATISFACTIONWashington SATISFACTIONWashington
Washington July 11 nThe The document documentgave documentgave I IaYe
gave aYe great satisfaction here HI a it itshowed IthoWed itshowed
showed assuming umllll there was some foun foundation fount foundalton ¬
dalton t tlon for tbe diet rat reports that the Im Imperial Imperial Unpenal ¬
perial government bad encouraged tbe tbeUoxers tbeHOXlra theBoxers
Boxers and even participated in the theattacks theattackl theattacks
attacks on the legations that an ef effort eftort cifort ¬
fort is about to be made to retrieve retrievethat retrllethat retrievethat
that mistake The note ls said to have haveoriginated haveorl haveoriginated
originated orl nted with the privy council and andat a04at andat
at the state department this body Is Isdeclared I II isdeclared
declared to be identical wltb tbe Tsung TsungLl TulI TulIII
Ll Tames being the power next the thethrone tbethrohe thethrone
throne and one on that deals exclusively exclusivelywith cluBlVelyItb
with Itb the foreign powers The curious
means adopted of forwarding the note noteare noteare noteare
are supposed to have been resorted to tobecause tobecoue tobecause
because what amounts to martial law lawIn IwIn lawin
In civilised countries Is now 110 In force In InPekln Inekln inPekin
Pekln and Shan Tung Tun so that the board boardnow boardnow boardnow
now In supreme control to secure its itstransmission Itltra itstransmission
transmission tra mlilloll to Shanghai The an announced announced n nnounced ¬
nounced purpose of the Chinese gov government JOVerument goveminent ¬
eminent to protect the foreign minis ministen mlnlltera ministen
ten Is gratifying to the tb official here herefor berelor herefor
for they have ha all along < been more or orless orleal orless
less doubtful of the authenticity of oftbe otthe ofthe
the several dispatches which have havsemanated ba bamanated haveemanated
emanated from rein Shanghai respecting the therelations tb tbIatlon theielations
relations Iatlon between Prince Cblng CblnlUId and the tbelegationers tlMIptlonera thelegationers
legationers legationersCALLS IptloneraCALLB legationersCALLS
CALLS FOR NO ANSWER ANSWERIt
It is I said that the tll note nol does not call callfor caUfur callfor
for an answer from the state Btalement depart department departsnent ¬
ment at this thl tae and will not mater matertally materaltert matertally
tally affect tbe military program laid laiddown laiddown laiddown
down by b our government fuch uch forces forcesrn
a we 9 rn land In China Will be pushed
forward with rapidity to Pfkln The Theonly nIeonl Theonly
only onl consideration that would Induce Inducethe InduIetill inducelie
the lie administration t to o relax that vr vrgram prgrant r rran
gram ran at t any afl point nt would be the re reopening r roptrln reopring ¬
opening of communication with Min Minister llInIIIter ginicier ¬
ister Conger ontr and his release f 11m Jf Jfsort lilY lilYrt Lilysort
Possibly Possiblynow Po Ibl
sort rt of duress < or restraint
now that th the Tsu llIIN NungLiYsmefl UY LI1amen men l la Com Communicating rommunkatln corninunicating ¬
municating with the outer world It Itwill It111I itwill
will wrnrlt the t be foreign torel m ministers In InTekln InPelLln inFekin
alive to 1 1 do the same sameOur IIamOur sanwOur
Tekln If they the are ar
Our govVrifnnt government probablY wiU IU wgiwl wgiwlto JPl JPlto
to the TsungLI TsufllLITLIUCfl Yamen through Mr MrWu MrWit r rWu
Wu here that this tl ll be done Much Mill Milldefend willdepend Ill Illdollenl1
defend upon the response responseAD
AD HANNA Cleveland ClevelandWhile Clellandhlle ClevelandWhile
While hlle Mr Unnna maintain that an anmembereof anm allmembers
membereof m members + mbera of the tiP new executive tlt < uUe commit committee
tot ha have nt d dellCd 1 1114 d and nd that the th per perJonnel perlIonn1 peronnel
Jonnel lIonn1 of the emtfltttt < vm II1n1l ltlo II 0 cannot be made madepublic madJlublll madepublic
public until Friday U Is I Iturn lurned from fromolt fromgod Lm Lmod
od authority that at least leastbrs lt fur hem OIpmbon hemhis
god Basil ebLs II > n T Tif The Theare Tbeie Tbeieare
bon have hl len if ifnational
of Wlllfonln J 1 H HaDI HManley
C Ialnl
n
are
W Wand Wa
Scott
Manley aDI ot Maine alnf 4taalr
a and R t C Ken lifurl lifurln JOUriTb
n Ha1allan dl dclegtifl lCtIn III the Phil PhilI Philadelphla
national ionai nventlin cflYPflt in escorted escortedRy fIrlldh
nat
I Ry h by delphl Senator Senator Clark w wyomln ° n celled 1 U on onSlnatr oneflatr
Subsequently Subsequentlythe
Senate Hanna U anna toda > d y
left for Canton lilltonllwtn ifltoflHetiien
the th Hetiien llwtn imrtv Tee fny rly an ani n1 I fifty survivor of ofPr81tPtlt ofPresiiPrt
Ih Ih3rd the theJrd
1tJUnl Kinks IIld ld rrjthnpn
Pr81tPtlt 3rd Ohio ciii 11I nrlmrany Ih the nUn nUnlinn ntlfla ntlflanon
linn rClmmlttle 1 1tomorrow trotU this cit 10 Canton ClOlontornorro Cantontomorroa
tomorrow
State mbsssr and tile consulate were werepresent wereprceiflt nr nrpr
present pr ln t in foB ftIIltrtnrtb ftIIltrtnrtbT strength strengthThe
D jam rave rl rice e to nn rx rxtraordlnary pJt rytrir4hnarV
The T pc geNie
of om ommons om ommona urnmon
In the tb boue
traordlnary t nlrdlnlll1ltt111 S sees M
mona The usual humdrum VI WctncF WctncFday Mm Mmday 1lnllcia
when M Madjournment ana alladjournment
day cia bu buln lness wm 11 In progress
ensbl th thmembers Ihmmbe the themembers
moved to
adjournment a < was as mle
members to attend the function at atBuckingham atHurtllJltlam atRuekInghSW
Buckingham P palace l John Dlll Dillon ° trIck trIcknatioihlst 11111 11111natlonlllflt
nationalist objected saying thai busi business 1UIIInlll bud budness ¬
ness Interfered with such a punoss punossFred Iura IuraFr purvsFTt41
Fred Fr Maddlson radical l who folio followed fnllowtdprottlttd followedprotested ed edprotested
protested In an excited exllt < d uianner against againstwhat ftlfilillstwhat againstwhat
what he considered to be flagrant flagrantabuse nagrantabu flagrantabuse
abuse of governmental power I ower > and gross grosswaste rrollute grosiwute
waste of the time of th the house housewithdrew Ill Illdedllrect liedeclared
single clause 01 the thlarrl theagrUuItUre
declared bat It I
ho14111111 bill when btn under ua4rdllClJllktn underdiscussIon
arrl agrUuItUre ultur tlwl all alltll ll llthe
wat wortll ° rl r
discussIon with all il the ro lit littllrown Lity Litythrown
tll the fIyal fU lsrtIel eI
la laTh inTheM
thrown forth allEY anrrJlbouu allEYshouts
remarkl bfC5fbt t
Th TheM ot Wlthdraw lad 01 tb tiLe de demand demind
shouts Xad4Jljll Xad4JljllWI Mad4lao1withdrew
mind or tH peaher r IIr
withdrew WI his 511sshr PilI

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