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1 FINAL f ATTACK AttAtlioN AttAtlioNI AttAtlioNPEKINLECATIONS ON ONPERIN
PERIN PEKINLECATIONS PEKINLECATIONSCablegram LECATIONS LECATIONSCublegraln
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Cablegram from ConsuHGeneral Consul Genel al Goodnow GoodnowAnnouncing GoodnovAnnoun GoodnowAiiiiotiiicing
Announcing Announ ing its Beginning BeginniiigaShillgx BeginniiigaShillgxtoii eginni g Washing Washington W ashingI ¬
ton Officials Terribly Depressed
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Washington July Jul 11 IIA A short cable cablein cablII
p in II I leceived lllvet at the state depart department deparUnntI men
I Y from Consul General Ooodnow Oo at almghai atlIjba atughal
mghai announcing the tll bef bgfnfflng toning o otiiiil ot otattack
tiiiil attack U ck on the legations at Pe Pefitlbly Pertlbly P PI
> > fitlbly I I flly depresses officials here Al AlIK AllIh MIII
IK ih II > have sunpected that variout varioutannnlftttlons varioUlJfI1l1ltcation
annnlftttlons 1 iiIattofll received from various variousi varlouurcee
i M sources urr urcee have been preparing the thtr
r i Din announcement of the thei exter exterr exterTllIll
r uion i H f the foreign mlnliter thtli thtlii th thWrani 11 11h
i h and ani children dependents attach attachnl
o nl ri I gunrde The consul general generalige neral neralgl
ige gl it Is I undersood undrll ft 1 II but a rope ropen
I n 7 4 r the latelt pre prtCS n report from fromi tnmIthal
i tiitthat I hiti but the tate department ha han hast
n to I place a high estimate on SU SUi It Itri ItI
i ri ino InII fl b R advlott advlottIt
It iJtIffdntll ip rolates UtPC the th fact that he h does doest
t t il Ip I every 111 piece of unreliable tfos tfosit Oil
11 111 it In the enatlonal news cen cenr
r ut t which hi h he Is stationed but use useid UllG
G id 1 1 judgment In gifting out the proln prub prubfl111 >
fl111 n > m tho Ih other kind ot new More Morei
i hi I advice thin time 1 III from ttu ttui th thirnor
i 1111 in M iroernor lrnor of thl < ho province where where1iiinthil where11n whereIC
1iiinthil 11n ha h 111 situated and it I Ii hard hardi
i i ivi of If f un adequate a Mluate reason kit kitiirini lJrI JR JRiitIfl
I iirini 1I111lIon Htlnn of the facts by that offl offlm omr olflIhf
r m the direction of thin particular particularEr
Er r i M Therefore the state depart departir
ir 11 1 K whit W v hi hit U ha hu all along been hopeful hopefulin
in Ii L ultimate rescue of the ministers tnlnlfttersr
u r kin has ta now joined < 1 Buropean BuropeanuKiiurkB RuropeanIlIlJrl 1uropeaIIrI
uKiiurkB IlIlJrl rI M in the belief that they theyl thej
l j II I bcin b n killed killedi
11 i jMrtiient > irIiieflt offlclal find It hard liardIt
It t 1I1i11 Mm i th the value of the statement statementh
H h n c n nul ul at tI41nton Uinton that U Lllluni Llllunit Hung Hunglui
I t lui j i lIgnin engaged panse not notL tlotllilK
I L luiB again engaged enga d paaaK paaaKi
I I i I owing lflE to the th lack of a date daten dalI
I I n 11 mrviage And It la suspect suspectBc IaI
Bc I i i I i Ih he press dispatches dl patlhe stating atatlngft tatinlCH
ft H t < i In 1 4 abandoned 1 the tti trip to Pekln Peklnl 1 lklnt
l t i 1 Jul MM I r date than Mr McQuadeB McQuadeBIn
In t I i Should iuid the great viceroy go got
t 1 i i Mil u L hih hi coming to Talu and lIen TienIN lIenII
II I IN A uld raise at nce a IlanUon neation ak akU a at Sbt
t U f tilitlnn ttns undir which he und Ulldr Ulldrt r rk
t I k to KI Ie to Pekln and Incidentally Incidentallyi
t I I i IIOM Iu HS 5 t j hther vhi ther or not h ha hE he hei >
E a 01 I h i tn iiimltt t1 IIIIIU1 l to t to paae v the line lineinvolve III1sI 1ItesivuIv
I involve IUI ivuIv the dednlon I d ln of If the othi othii
11 < < i i i 1 n us fl to 4 whether wh ther or not a state of ofIv oCII Ofirtment
Iv i II IITi its itsi
Ti i i drtment > nf if state hat received receivedii
ii h from Conau o 1lul General Good Ooodlianghul kIoIIRolhul Goodinghui
lianghul paying ying that the joy govr rov1I1IUnll
C r SuuunK ntung wires In lrtii that th 8w Boion Boioni ozts oztsa
a 1 i rR s w were ere bombarding the theI Itfa Itfaoi
I oi r i n final attack bombarttll1lMbe bombarttll1lMber upon the th thr
t 11 r He itetsatrsnsfr itetsatrsnsfrV is 1lt 1lty eitrwnetr MUcmffkr MUcmffkrt
t y V nf f the th mlnlHter and ant friendly friend friendI frIendt3i
I 11 i Pekln The consul adds that thattht thatIt t I Itt
tt I r tht I h worst are generally enter enterf 11Ierto
to
1 A f c ifiiartment 1f > alto has re rei tWoel reCe >
Ce el I i iii l I h from Consul UcQuade McQudet cQUd cQUdt
t t 1 tyiullhat Ning that the Viceroy La Laii 11J1un LiIu
J1un Iu < 1 ii I tK has engaged quarters qurl utton uttonhiii ulQnth
th hiii > Mianur Anplng but that thatICHINKSB thtCUJSI thatCIII
ICHINKSB CUJSI CIII NEiI SI WANT ANT COMPENSATION COMPENSATIONThohc COml COMP1eN8tT1OTIIL XSTJOS XSTJOSlrholic
Thohc Quarantlnoil In San IrmioUco IrmioUcoWill
Will Urine nrill Kill 811hll 811hllan IK IKPan
Pan an fl Francisco July 1 13The The Chine Chiner Chinf ChtneeeI
r I Ilnll l > nts ti recently quarantined In di diof die diet
t t < of f this city are preparing to tie tieI
I old ii I 1 compenvatlon for loaiee al alI
I c I t Iuf hl Ii L b been en sustained owing to tot
I t u ti in I n uf C the health official De Det
t 1 1 I lists of losses are being belli pre preI
I I hUh ii It are expected to form the theE lheto
to E + i ff r ii suit for damage dama and de den
I t hy I n > tin 1 attorneys uttorne at about ftOOQ ftOOQI OM OMiifliunt
< I iifliunt I I iitlt lp the city of San Francisco or orlaim orf orjiim
cf f > laim for about that amount amounti
c i iii LI M ii f federal government governmentui
ui ijeneral I ner1 Ho You says Ia It hat hatr
r t uen in determined which course courset
t I 1Irph ITHUI e The attorneys will claim claimii 01dmI
t I ot ii iulxnlc plague never existed existedI
I t I tniUown l1I lolln and that there wag wa no noj notIn
j > tIn for the tb action of the na nat nat
t t Bat n una IIn municipal authorities authoritiesFuh
Fuh 1 uti Klcn Quiet QuietYork QuietS
V S w York July IlHev A B Leon Leonrtury Leonfir
fir a rtury rt tury u ry nf the Eplgoopnl mis misp mi mie
e 1i1 > S p tty let today tOOa received a ClAN oabter
10 frTII r m iiev H AV I H Uacy lQo at Fee Feelh J Jl F FI
l I lh < mca mcg g contained but two twoFuh twoJouh twoFih
Fuh Klin ion Quiet This raet raetKnt m mr ment I
r I Knt nt In answer to one on cabled eabledJ
J I JlIard nard acme time ago direct directt dlr ct cte
e t Hi missionaries should shouldi be ben betheIr
i ii n niinjhelr frorn theIr posts If there was wasr
01 1 r Fuh Klfn Is one oC the lhei
r i I Mvincea V Inc of China and there thereiiv
C ft ftt I iiv T Methodist MethodiatC mlsslomtrlefl mlsslomtrlefliiin
t i ir iiin In several women Still Stilluth StiliJ Still4th
< J uth t IC the district of HID HIDr IIlal hIIuthtte
I r ro there are eleven Methodist Methodisti
r 11 1T 1Tr 1TJ 1Tcf i who h abM have had II quar quaro
J o < how Out of this total totalf
r f fortysix fori y Ix probably robl bl halt a anow ar afl
r now n in the United atatia atatiadVTUS StatseGATIS tat tatOTBS
dVTUS MUllDKH i jmim CASK CASKOov OSBhIj OtS1I
hIj I Oov aiV Johnson JohnsonRd John8 JoliusonToila TcIU ell Why tmy the thoProsecuted thel
Rd l Jcitcr I Is 11c10J Prosecuted Prosecuteduls
1 uls uI jb July llrA special to the theM tMth theitCh
r M > itCh from New London Ma Mo Mov MoI
v v Charles P Johnston of st 8Lf Stcf
1 Ii or f the lb > chief attorney for the thei
I I i ihi trial of Alexander Jester Jesterlih
I lih II I h the th killing of Gilbert Gilbertt OllbtrtIhr
> t other htr of John W Oat Galls mad madmi madiolInt madelit
mi lInt nt today tod as a to the reason reasonsI lOn
i If the prosecution 1lO by Gate
i f fi fI fr
< 1 prisoner prl oner Said Sallllle Sallllletlu Tie Tiett liedtr5
tlu > tt family had long since sincei sinceall
i i all Intention of ever pushing pushingof
h of f the murder of their boy to ton
o n Tf year > ear Ir or more ago this man loanIIKain
I > I galn to the attention of th thmlly thll
mlly 11111 iI under the > moat pecullai pecullain
V n hy y Jesters Je lrs sister MrJohn MrJohntold
1 told us he felt It a duty dut dutI dutyr
the I lie mtmory of his dead broth brothN
r N h 0 awed d th the State and above abo aboV
jilY V h hI owed hi hll aged parents to
i iI 1 vigorous trial and an un untr
tr I of f all the testimony possible bl
1 had detectives dCt tlvH follow that thatF thatthrough
F n through four tiur States and andi
i Ti fl > every au uf Alexander AlexandetIi
r fT r in Ihp Ii put 5 thirty yean yeani yea yearMarlnn yearsMarion
rMarlnn e i Marion Deacon who lived livedHea livedIf
If 11I11 tililee > Hea east of the Hullb IlulloI
I I uth of the th Paris Mo mad
k the stand today tOOI He H lea leat tNIi1
Ii1 t in 0 January U71 he h met
I IT r Jetpr J etpr In n this lane Ihe old
I twi team and an two wagons wagonsitAndlnir waioneT wagonsstanding
T standing Ntlll In the road at ati attNt
i tNt I of the W Wat st Mudlion rood Tone rooJ1 ToneKWpeifl
J1 1 i Kwion nn pat by Je JpwIor t r rr rturn aakld aakldeo
1 1i1I far r I I wg In I a ron reul that b he hesouth
eo
COULd 14 turn south en o l This evidence It I
i
the tb date of hit departure rtult for the north nortlU northis
U I at a yet It undecided undecidedMASSACRB undtcldt4MAI8CRI2 undecidedM4i1ACR
MASSACRB OF 1NTSRNATIONAICOLONY 1NTSRNATIONAI INT1UNATIONALCOIocy lNTRNATIOALCOIO4
COLONY COLONYIxindon COIocyLondon Y YLondon
London July Jul UThougfa tbtro dose doeinot dOlInot dosenot
not appear to be b at Ibis hour any iustl iustlneatlon jlllUIICation jtiitlfloatlon
neatlon for the statement that oiflcta oiflctaconnriaatlon olftclalNIlArlPI otfleiiecidirmuatiorm
connriaatlon NIlArlPI tlon has ha been received here o othe ot otthe ofthe
the massacre of the International col colony eolOft colofl
ony Oft at t PeMn kllJ it It I hardly doubted thai thaifluch thttlllcb thatsuch
fluch confirmation n wilt III be the tb outcome outcomiof
of the present reeDt twapento The report reponsent reportent reportlent
sent out by a news nwIner agency of this clt clttoday city citytOOBY citytoday
today ayhur 1111 an official message had hacIteen hadIIftJl hadbeen
been received In l London lAnd > on that all thtforeigners the thetoretlne theforeIgners
foreigners In Pekln were murdered Jul July JulyII
6 It I said to have ba originated orl lIated at tlw tlwJapanese t tJaVB th thJapanese
Japanese JaVB lie legation but Inquiry there thenell thereeJldled thereelicited
ell elicited Ited the t11 statement that no n ° telegram telegrarrdealing telellramdealln telegramdealIng
dealing with the situation at Pekln had hadreached hadrtahed hadiaChed
reached the legation for tome days and andthat andt antithat
that t nothing was w known there lending lendlnisupport llndlnlaUllport lendingsupport
support to the story beyond the Shang Shanghai Shhlhal ¬
hal tales tal published today tooa The British Brltlsliforeign RrlUhtorllln Britishforlgn
foreign office Is I equally without con confirmation conflrmatlon conflrmatlon ¬
flrmatlon and nd the tb same reply was re received reo reocelved received ¬
ceived at th the Chinese legation legationOfficial 1raUonOmelal leratlonOfficial
Official circles regard the statement statementan
an beln merely A reiteration of the themorning thetnornln themornings
morning rumors especially at a an In Intfrchanse Inttrehlng Interchange
tfrchanse of inquiries Indicated that thatnone thtnon thatnone
none of the embassies lDbul and ministers ministershad mllliiterlhad
had anything fresh corroborative corroborl th of th thstory the thetory timestory
story storyIml storyLord torylArd
lArd SalIsburY presided at a lengthy lengthycabinet lenllhylablnet lengthycabinet
cabinet meeting thl afternoon at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which It was undemood Important de decisions dectluna decisiune ¬
cisions In regard to China were reached reachedand reachedand reachedarid
and that already instruction InlltrUoUonihave have been beenwnt beenI1ent beensent
sent to strata to prepare Jle another divi division dlvlIon dlvit4ion ¬
sion Ion constating of four Hritlih and four fourIndian fourIndian fourIndian
Indian resltmnts with their comple complements compleInent cotnpleInenti ¬
ments of artillery for service In China ChinaIn
In the tb house hOD Ie of commons today ro replying roplying ¬
plying to questions on the subject tbe theparliamentary tbeIarllamentry tbeparliamentary
parliamentary secretary of the foreign foreignoffice forelnoml foreignutlice
office Mr r Broderick said that little littlenrwe littlehOwl
hOwl had been received from China ChinaHer ChioLUr China11cr
Her maJeatya tnallt government he ex explained ex1lalned explained ¬
plained bad been unable to communi communicate ¬
cate c with the U Brltlih naval office In InChina Inhln Intitina
China hln the line between Cho > Too and andShanghai andShanrhal andShanghai
Shanghai having been cut A dispatch f1IMpatchllurportill dispatchurportin < 1l patch patchpurporting
purporting to have been lent from the theemperor theftnperor theemperor
emperor of binS to her majestys lIIaJf8I gov goveminent KOVrnmeat goverument
eminent was received yesterday but butthe butthe butthe
the secretary said ho was unable to topromise toIlroml toleromies
promise to make It I content known knownIDENTICAL knownJDIINTICAI knownhIENTICAIi
IDENTICAL WITH OOODNOWS OOODNOWSNOTK OOODNOWSNOTE 000DNOWSNOTK
NOTK NOTKLoadpn NOTELoadouJIII NOTKLondon
London LoadouJIII July 1IA 1 telegram t J received receivedat
at the office of the tll Chine Imperial Imperialmaritime ImptrlalmarltlmetUMOIBI imperialmaritime
maritime marltlmetUMOIBI custom In Ixwdon rem the thegovernor tb tboveor thegovernor
governor of tDall han Tune T Tungju la identical with withUnited WithUnlttc1ltaWli withUnited
United Unlttc1ltaWli iUlet ConsulOoodnows CDIMUl Gqodaowrevcrt GqodaowrevcrtetthbelIbINlsbf aowuwport aowuwportofth report reportof
of ofth etthbelIbINlsbf tht lMtaittjitn Mtftr flfl file me fl ht te cf July JUlyT
7 The official here regard Ui Ume ala dlanatch alatc diicb
natch tc cb as feavrnr eivti fht little IUt hope Jioi that the theleratlotJ theIatlou thelefatlotI
leratlotJ have turrived turrivedALL iurthedALL uMlvtclALJ
ALL F011BIQNURS MUKDKRHD MUKDKRHDLondon MUltDR MU1tDI8DLondon BD BDLondon
London July Jul11A U 13A A news report saya sayathat IaSthat uyethat
that an n official moutre received Ied In tnLondon InLondon inLondon
London states that all the foreigners foreignersin
in Pekln were murdered tnurde July 6 Cconsidered 6oonldered 6oonIdered
considered as sufficient that Jesters Jestersturning J8Itr1Iturning Jeetersturning
turning from the main thorough thoro1lf1twaenot fart mfsrwas fartwaa
was waenot not aa accident but to conceal this thisalleged tll tll1Ied thisalleged
alleged crime crimeJohn trimJohn crimeJohn
John D Mott of Valley Center Kane Kanetestified Knetelltlfted Kanetestified
testified that be had lived there twent twentyears twnteall twentyears >
years eall and had known Jester for tblrt tblrtyears tblrtealll thirtyears
years ealll He said Jester lived with hl hlwife hiwife his hisWife
wife and even children and that he henever henever hanever
never knew him a HlllHe Hili He h bad < ul seen him himat himt himat
at t hit hi pine In 1170 with Ith a two twohorl twohorljolt twohorsJolt hor horjolt
jolt wagon and a buffalo calf The Thewitness Thewltn1t TheWitneSs
witness wltn1t said Jester farmed and also ex exported exported cxparted
ported a little lIe attended Sabbath Sabbathschool Sabbalhechool Sabbathschool
school schoolJ
J C Temple of Renlck Mo testified testifiedthat teatlnetht teitifledithat
that lie b saw Jester and Gates at lila htatown hiliton lilatown
town In 13T1 Jester exhibited the but butfain buttalo butfain
fain calf there and took up a collection collectionThis collectionThis collectIonThis
This is supposed to be a short time be before betore before
fore Gales was AI killed killedJot killedJOII killedJo
Jot Jo Ii Delaney an onl citlsen ot otMonroe otMonroe otMonros
Monroe county count testified to the truth or orthe 0 0tht orthe
the story that hit wife 1t had made him himKet himget himget
get up at their home near Middle lIddl Grove Clrovoone OroV41one Groveone
one night In January 171 elating that thatfihe thatflh thatribs
ribs flh heard crlet of distress Mr Ir De Delaney Delny P Plammey ¬
laney Did that th the next morning he hewent hewnt hewent
went to th the camp and asked ked the old oldman oldmn oldman I
man there what the noise meant Ht Htsaid II IIId liesaid I
said Id Teller told him he had choked chokedyoung chokedyoung chokedyoung
I
young Gates Ott while hUe he Jester was waadreaming WIdr wasdreaming
dreaming dr mlnf The ThW1tn wit new today todA pointed pointedto
to Jester as the tame me man that told toldhtm toldhim toldhim
him thIs story that morning In January JanuaryJSTt Jllhullr1an SemiuarySenator
JSTt JSTtSenator anSenalor
Senator J K Jones In Mlnncnpnlls MlnncnpnllsMinneapolis MinneapollaMinmisapohla lhtnCRllollIIIltmapo
Minneapolis Minim July IS ILSenator ILSenatorJames Senator SenatorJames nalor nalorJames1
James James1 K Jones chairman of the U Demo Democratic DemoeraUe Democralic ¬
cratic national committee arrived here herethlt herelhl herethis
this mornln en n route to Lake Mlnae Mlnaetonka Mlsmetoulta Ibttl Ibttlton
tonka ton a where he h will spend nd two r v eks ekswith ekwith ekawith
with his hI daughter He II refuted any anystatement anytement anystatement
statement tement at to Charles Char A Tonties Tontiesaction Towllesaction Totvneaaction
action In regard tf reqard rd to the Populist nomln nomination nomlnatlon nomlnatton ¬
ation for vice Ice President Pr ldnt saying Mr MrTowne MrTownll MrTowna
Towne would himself hlm elt make It public publicProm lubJicFrom publicFrom
From here Senator Jonee will go to toChicago toChlcaro toChicago
Chicago to take up the work of the thecampaign Ih Ihcampaln thecttiiipalgn
campaign campalnlolldbn
lolldbn Stock Weak WcnkLondon WeakLondon AVcnkLondon
London July 11 UPriCet Price opened weak weakon
on the stotlc exchange here today owing owingto
to the t1l political situation Consols be began besan began ¬
gan S16 16 below yesterdays price but butafterward butafterward butafterward
afterward thoro was a partial recov recovery mccoyory ¬
ery
Iunds for St Louis Strikers StrikersSt RtrlkoSt
St Louis LouiS July Jul > U UTfo Two thousand thousandsolicitor thoundlIcltoll thouiandsolicitors
solicitor engaged by b the tradea and la labor Iabor Isbor ¬
bor unions unionsot of St t Louis Lou to canvass the thecity theclt thecity
city clt and collect o lleot contributions for the thestriking theItrtklng thestriking
striking sLiest railway men but llnta llntalgan IInlo1lran Ilneebegan
began lran work fJIk today lool1 In addition the so solicitor 110IIcltolll solicitors ¬
licitor are expected to nwertaln ertaln what whatproportion whatproportion hlt hltproportion
proportion of the population Is In favor favorof
of trade and anl labor unions unionsBight unionsElgbt unionsEight
Bight boys are being beln held by the po police Olice p0lIce ¬
lice pending investigation Into the as assault AIull assault ¬
sault ull on Wm John aged 17 year Iflrt who whowa whowaf whowas
was wa attacked by a crowd ot youths youthswhen youthswhen youthswhen
when he h alighted from a Ilroadway Ilroadwayoar
oar Tuesday afternoon The boy are arefrom aretrom arefrom
from ten to seventeen enteen yean 1111 old oldLate oldLate oldlAte
Late last night an Raton avenue avenuepar anuar avenuear
ar ran over an explosive supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be dynamite which shattered the front fronttruck fronttntck fronttruck
truck of the car Nobody was Injured InjuredPresident InjuredIrldttlt Injuredlreldsoit
President W D Mahon of the Arral ArralKM MrslgHisated
KM gHisated ma 1tatecl ted association UtI of street railway railwayniiioye railwaye
e niiioye 01110 of America who lau been In InLtuult InLtc InLeUtiit
Ltuult Ltc Iwlt returned here today and I ii In Inrliarg Incharge Incharge
charge of the strike Fifteen men who whocame whoeme whocame
came from Ilaltlnwre In May to work workfor workfor workfor
for the Transit company have left for forheir torthflr fortheir
heir home They claimed that they theyound theayflund theyfecund
fecund condition In St Louis different differentrr dlrterentfrm differentfrm
frm rr m what they had been represented representednd
and nd that promise made to them had hadnut hadnvt hadne4
nut been en fulfilled
HELEFTATRAILOFBLOOI HELEFTATRAILOFBLOOIOne HE1EFT A TRAIL OF BLOOD BLOODOne
One of the t e llllNh 1111 Cmlnl Tmln IiInArrsMd Tmlntot RtMIt RtMItArr
Arr ArrsMd tot totHo EIupet Eecijtlie
Ho Shot filter lUitcitlra lIte 3IiirrayIV UurrayUWilli 3IiirrayI
Willi V u e It Lively LU U tml Cliiun Ilort roriy suot suotSt tilt11 tilt11Jl iliuiilleln
Jl lleln lurlbclllUllelt lurlbclllUlleltIt Ixolmaziied IxolmaziiedSt
St Lout July JII llclrarl llclrarlBa Charlei VI VIBarnes V VBarne
Barnes Ba of MM Wilt Befit Place sue tutpooled sueploted ua uaPtCIleI1
pooled of being OM 0 of till rokhm c1l who wfctopped wtrotopled whoetop
etop topped the Illinois Central tMln ian am amlooted a and andlooted It Itlootei
looted its tKpreta prell car of fHVMQ tbr tbrmltet three tbreemI threemiles <
miles mI south lOG of WlcUtffe KY earl earlWednesday early NflyJaOmlDI earlyWdneada
Wednesday morning wu aretted arettedhi it ithi t tJaJclhum
JaJclhum hi home at I a a m today todayJohn todaJohn todayJohn
John Nelson of M6t 4 Flnney JlDJI avenue avenueBarnet aVlnuem avenueBarnes
Barnes m partner escaped from the de dettcltvet dlteetlvea detseUvea
ttcltvet leaving a trail of blood blu < d Fort Forthot Forty Vortyl1Iot Fortyshuts
hot shuts were exchanged between > the fugtlive fugt tulrltlve fugilive
live and the officers omcert who pursued Ullluld him hinto 111mto himto
to Vandeventer station ta where he dud cluded eluded dudedthem
ed edthem edthemSpecial them st stSpecial tSplClal
Special Agent Qeo aetMtrrar iWrray chief chleiof chidot
of the th llllnult Central Ce ttafltallway Railway Ueteo Ueteottvt Oet OettlV DeteettVL
ttvt bureau who headed the detective detectivewa detectlnlWILl
wa shot by Neliun The wounded of ofncer otflcpr ofllCer <
ncer was removed to the hospital It ti tiluted II IItlltld isstated
stated > that he will recover re over Murray Hurraiwaa Murraa Murraywas
was a hit In the right arm between tile tlMboulder tiletlhuuldr theshoulder
boulder and the elbow and nd hit l let letthumb left teftthumb leftthumb
thumb was wa shattered shatteredBarnes ahatteredlJaraee shatteredBarnes
Barnes was wa taken without bloodshed bloodshedau
au 0 complete was w the surprise In ef effecting eftMtlnlT ctfecting ¬
fecting hla bl capture a false telegram telegramwaa telramWI
was lent to his residence nldeDct Eighty EIbt Eightyfive Eightyfivedollars flv flvdollara fve fvedolara <
dollars dolara in currency cunn which was w damp dampthough at atthough as asthough
though It hail been bn exposed Ixpt to water waterand waterand waterand
and three thr dollars dolat In silver Ilver coin oln with wltbIlltol i iMatol a aPistol
Pistol and a pair of field glaaaea rl were wentaken weretaken weretaken
taken from trm Barnes Drne After a searching searchingexamination elrchlnr elrchlnrfumlnUol searchingexamination
examination fumlnUol by Chief Cblt Desmond Dlmoad the thtprisoner theIlrllDer thePrisoner
prisoner IlrllDer asked ked what terms tr would IN INmade b bemade
made with wlb him If he h told toll all al that IN INknew hI h hknew
knew The chief placed pla the suspect suspectrobber luspectrobber ust ustrolbr
robber rolbr In the U hold holl over after arr telllru telllruhim leUI tellinjhimn
him that he would woul think It over oYr ana analet Andht Mittlet
let him know knowKxprets knowEXPr knowExpre
Kxprets EXPr Messenger MUner Q V lllckox lckox who whowaa wbow whowas
was w In the car that was WA robbed rbbd called calledat cale
at the four court at noon for the pur purpoee purPO purpose
pose PO of Identifying the prisoner prner Hick Hickox Jek Jekox
ox partially partaly Identified IdeDtifed Barnes BanM lie le told tolda
a story Ator about his hi life lte having been bn saved aavedby 1ed 1edby savedby
by one 00 of the robber rbu and stated alted that thathe thathI thathe
he hI felt fel under obligation obllpton to the robl robber robberIOkox robberIlockox > er erHockox
Hockox IOkox Mid sid Barnes Bre resembled reembllt the theman themn theman
man who interfered Interter81 and laved lVe hi hil his life lifebut lfe lfebut lifeut
but ut he could not 10t Identify ldntlt him positive pocltlvely pOIUve pOIUveI pOIUve1ln positivehisirries
ly I
lyMrs
Mrs 1ln Itarnea nane called on Chief Deemontl DeemontlShe Dmond Dmondhe
She he told him her hr husband had h left the thecity theciy thecity
city ciy Tuesday TuHa July 1 and returned returnedThuraday relure returnedThursday
Thursday Thutay night nl < ht She Ih be did not know knowwhen klow klowwhre knowwhere
when whre he h hail hll been bn M 1 the te Mid MidGen lid lidGen saidCcii
Gen ClmiiK OhRl1 Defeats Hofcntl the Holiols HoliolsBruiaela HolI HolIDil ltelmlshlruseli
Bruiaela Dil July Jul It IITh iLThe The Belgian Dlln otflee otfleehaa olfc olticebaa
baa ba received reeive a cable dispatch Ilptcb from fromShanghai frm frmShanlbal fromShanghai
Shanghai announcing on Chinese Chine an anUiorlty auUlorly sitthority
Uiorlty Ulorly that ten NI Chang ha de defeated defeat deCoated ¬
Coated feat d the rebel rbl near nea Pekln Jtkln and ha harelieved h hrelved hasrelieved
relieved relved Prince Chloir and nd Gen Yung Yungu YUI ung ungLu
Lu u who were trying trln to defend th thEuropeans the theEuroan theEuropeans
Europeans EuropeansTHE EuroanTHE EuropeansTHE
THE CALDERS PARK AFFAIR AFFAIRTwo AFFAI AFFAITwo
Two Yetitg YI Olds Arrattd Arrt Last lst W Wcsk k kAppr kApprIn Apptt AppttIn ppesr ppesrlnCumt
In lnCumt lnCumtOldest Cruit CruitOldest CJt CJtOIIl1t
Oldest OIIl1t I Commltlril COlunlld to o the Itrforn ItrfornMliool nrormIthool IteformuitIiool
Mliool Ithool uuil IUII tlie tie lie Vounsckt OUIut I ITaken I IEaken
Taken Jull1 by b Mime lumf unie Ladies LudleMabel LudluMabl LadiesMabel
Mabel Mabl Cline CHn and Margaret Marrt Whltooot Whltoootton Whltt WhlttIon
ton the young on girl glrah girlsthe the latter a I mere meretot JI JItotntt metstotarrested
tot totntt totarrested arrstled hut week we In connection connectionwith onnlLun onnlLunlh connectionwith
with lh the Gaidars Caldrs Park Pat scandal anl ap appeared appre nitpasted ¬
pasted pre before or Judge Jude Norrell Norll today toay to toihow toIhuw tochow
chow caueo cu why they should not be becommitted b becommitted
committed cummlte to the Reform Jdr school Ihcot The Theoldest Thtolddt Theoldeit
oldest girl grl Mabel 31abl line Clne who Informs Informsthe IntormedIbe
the court that tht she he h was 1U going rulng on 14 14wa 1 14was
wa a shown Ihown to be b a tough little IU char character thractt haracter ¬
acter actt She has a very vel unprepossessing unpreposaesslniface unprpollnr unprpollnrfac
face fac and Is I croweyed creye She tremble trembleviolently trembllolnty trembledviolently
violently lolnty when wbll v told to stand tnd up l and andface andface nd ndfa
face fa the court and had to clutch cuth a achair aohair achair
chair once onc or twice to prevent prvent her herfrom hertlOt herfrom
from tlOt falling talnr to the HoorA lorA subpoMiiia Iltpua subpslmaiss subpslmaississued was wasuwued al
issued lued for the UI childs chids mother said to tobe tob tobe
be b a morphine morhine fiend fed but the officers officersof o cr
of the court reported repred that they Uey had hadbeen hdn hadbeen
been n unable to locate lote her he Judge Jtf Nor Norrell Normcli ¬
rell 111 with great Jlat reluctance Nlucance ordered oree the thegirl thegrl thegirl
girl grl committed commite until unt she te has ha attained attainedher attalnher attainedher
her majority It was shown that th t the thechild thechid timechild
child chid was A absolutely ablulely without wihout protection protectioncompelling Jlrteton Jlrtetontom protectioncompelling
compelling tom ln the tb court curt to order her com committal commital cootmittal ¬
mittal mittalWhen mital mittalWhcn
When the name nme of Margaret larlrtt Whie Whieoton Whitecotton White Whitecotton
cotton oton was called cale by b the clerk cr a a little littlebit IUle IUlebi littlebit
bit bi of a elrl Irl whom no one un would take taketo
to be more than about abut sir 11 years 1 old oldstepped oldstepped
stepped up to t the bar br and In answer answerto
BtlPp to Judge Norrell Norrl said sId In a small mal child childlh chid chidIlh chIldlilt I
lh voice I am m nine nile sir sirMr sirMr lr lrMr I
Mr Van Cott thought thouh the child clld should ahouldnot Ihouldnot shouldnot
not be b sent snt to the Reform nefom school Iho be because because ¬
cause cUM of tender age Mrs II V A A Stick Stickney SUckny Stickziey
ney he h said had consented conntf to take takecare takecre takecare
care cre of the little li t one with wth the courts courtspermission curt curtJrmlulon courtsPvrmiuion
permission Mr MI Stlckney Stckne was ws called calledto cle
to the th witness wtnel stand and said td she he was waasuperintendent Wil Wilsuprtntedent wassuperintendent
superintendent suprtntedent of the American Home HomeFinding I01 HomeFinding
Finding I association alolatlon recently renty organized organisedand olnle
and 11 situated Ituate at 418 1 Boat Et Third Tir South SouthTbe Suth SuthTb SouthThe
The Tb lady ly further Informed Infure the court courtthe courtthl courtttlt
tltit tltitt thl t the object objet of the association alatlon alatlont waa waand ttutyfld
t t tyfld > vft nd a home for orphans ofhn and neglect neglectd neglet neglet4ld neglectitditd
itditd 4ld d abused bul children chidren of either eltler sex iL A Ahad AJI Apram
JI pram 0 had been bn found for little It Mar Mart Marimret lar larlret
t lret imret r t and she ah regretted r < ltl having been beenunable b beenunable
unable unbl to do as a much tnlh for the Oi other otherunfortunate oth1unfortunate otherunfortunate
unfortunate girl An order was made madeauthorising madeauthorizing
rrt orr male maleRutholalng
authorizing Rutholalng Mrs lr Stlckney to take the thechild thechild thechild
child and nd see 1 that she in II protected protectedThe prtte
The mother of the Whltecotton Whietto child childundergoing chid chidundlrgn childundergoing
undergoing undlrgn a fifty ttty days sentence Mntec In Inthe Inlhe inthe
the city clt jail jn for drunkennww drnknnt and riot riotous riotous riotone ¬
ous conduct onduct waa u present pelnt during durng the thehearing thebeaing thehearing
hearing beaing and nel was wa quite quie profuse in her herthanks herthanks herthanks
thanks to Mrs Stlckney StlckneyPDNKRAL SUlknI SUlknUNEJAJ StickneyS StickneyPUEu1Ari S I
PDNKRAL UNEJAJ OF DAVID DA W IIUXTLNGTON IIUXTLNGTONThe I Url GO GOTh
The Th funeral tuneal service rvlc of David 1ld Hun Huntlngton lun luntlnglon huntington
tlngton the youth drowned drwnt In the thl Jor Jordan Jorcln Joydan ¬
dan river on Monday night were held heldat
cln rver nllht we 11el 11elIt
It at the residence rMllence ot Charles Chr B Rand on onCamp onCAmpl onCamps
Camp Lane The Th sympathy rlJthr of th thcommunity thcmmuniy the thecommunity
cmmuniy community wan wl here her manifested lnnleed manite ted as it ithud I Ithad
hud been bn from the time of the UI calamity clamiy
The exercise xerc were Wt presided over b bCounselor bCounelor bCounselor >
Counselor Counelor D P Davit of the Center Centerward Cente Centertvsrd
ward Rrd bishopric blboprlo Singing was furnliheu furnliheuby turnlhe
SIngng
by the choir The tpeakem lpIICr were wr offi officers omcr 0121oes ¬
cr oes cers s of the various alo ward wr organizatIons organliatlonoiind oanlato I
and An other Immediate Immeite friends frnd of the thefamily th thefatally
family ra D I Their Tl11 words Wol of comfort tm tort and andoonsoktlon aDdcoDlton andconsolation
coDlton consolation were truly lrly inspired lnlrl In Inspeaking InIPaklng Inspeaking
IPaklng speaking In the highest hllhlt terms terl of tt the ac acLive a astive
Live servIces Mlc ot the boy bo In II the ward wardthey wardthey
tey they voiced olC the th sentiments elhnnta of o all n war who whoknew whl whoknew
knew him Among Amot the many lny man floral floraltributes floraltributes ral raltrlbut
tributes was w a beautiful 1utltul wreath the thegates thegte thegatei
gates gte ajar ajr presented Pnte by the te Young
Ladles Ldl association UltoU The Te body l wat In Interred Intere interred
tere terred in the th city ciy cemetery cemeteryTODAYS elt cemeteryTODAYS
TODAYS 00 1fS TBitPBEATUBB TBitPBEATUBBThere rB3rBnA1UmTher
There Ther wan wl a 1 further Curthe urtherdrep drop In the tern ternwrature te ternperature
wrature tur In Salt Sl Lake today toay as a shown shownsy
by sy the following tlowlng reading reallnc of the they the theymomeler thermometer ¬
mometer 10 a m m 77 12 noon nln SO O 2 p pa pt pm
a t 84 Bti 3 I p m m 81 81tltit
APPOINT APPOIIT NEW NEWOOMMITTEE NEWOOMMITTEEr NEWOOMMITTEEC111 COMMUTE COMMUTEMtiM COMMITTEECI1nti
r
C111 CI1nti Ha MtiM M hmwmmi A Aeesuncs aM af I Ib IbPsTMMlii II I Ir Iii
PsTMMlii PsTMMliiainrlc PI r i
ainrlc 11 ii tic II s ClinlriHKn inlJII Hll lUlu Tramurir Tramurir1irry Tlrtr TlrtrLln TrgitilrerPirry
1irry Lln Ilrmii Uth fiMr Sarau4r14i11r tary r > U li hr r He Hen I Heeigtis
eigtis 111 n U nst1ituitt Ai I tlult tuiit IaJ dural duralOlenad IlsueralCleveland laueral laueralCleveland
Cleveland Olenad 0 July Ju It 1sk1inportaat 1sk1inportaatpolitical Anrtmportan Anrtmportanpolitical
political plical conference cntel attendfed at p by b i inumber a anumbr anumber
number numbr of prominent prmt li Kepuataan p I lead leaders le sadCr ¬
ers t Cr wu held blle at Venator llat Jpnnnai snns nDa of offlee otlce offlee
flee lce here hr today toa The T nieetlng pttln was waicalled waclt wascalled
clt called by b Mr II Hanna to t discus 4u and de declde 4ecl4e d ddde
clde upon upa the t personnel prnn1 of the Ut new newexecutive ne newexecutive
executive ueuUve committee ommlte and to t name n t tlecretary a aleNt acerretary
lecretary leNt of the national nationa committee cmmtt t tuccwed to toucc4 tosucceed <
succeed ucc4 Gee OD eJarln Charles < harle F Dick Dick It I li lialio I Ial ii iialec
alec al probable prbl that a member la r of o the 1 na national Datonal astionaL ¬
tional tonal committee CUe to nil tl the vacancy vocancjcaused vacancycaused laac laacaUd
caused aUd by b the te resignation of Oeo 00 B BCox DCox BCoz
Cox Cox of Oslo will wi be h b chosen chO Amonithose Among AmontlO Amongthose
o OJo
those tlO iM DIUISflI sjtnt t were Wer Chairman CbinD Hanna HannaCornelius nuaa IlasnaCorneliUs
Cornelius Corne l U N Bliss BI Perry 8 Heath HeathCharles Jth JthCbrln
Charles V Dick 1 Henry nen C Payne PayneCharles Payneharle PayneCharles
Charles harle 8 Dawn DWt Myron MII T Herrlck HerrlckR Hellk HellkR
R C Karens x Graeme On me stewart N Ncot B BPcott HScott
Scott Glbb GlbbAt Glbbl GibbsAt cot Harry Jlr S New Ne and aa Frederick FrederickGlbb Prerlck PrerlckGlbbl FiedertekGibbs
At noon long Issatar tor Hanna laa announced announcedthat aDO
that tht the t following tw named 1m had h beer bn bnchll beenchosen beercboaen
chosen chll aa mombera i of the tl national nationalexecutive nationalxecutlvi tl tlseoUv
executive seoUv committee Cltte Oraeme O Stewart StewartIllinois BtaWM StewartIllinote
Illinois II HaAry C Pille Pane Wl Wl Roiwr4C Roiwr4 R
C KertteTuo K Keroni oM1 1o 0 J J1I H M MIL Mailby ay M Me N NB NItt
B Itt Situ MtTVVfc W Va Find I 8 Olios tl X T TFVankttn Thlibl Tlpamikfiui
FVankttn hlibl Jfitryhy m1hrliy n J Myron IJn T 10r 10rlk tier tierrick hertick
rick lk Ot Jlairy Jr 1ZI > New Ind Indi ehalnnan ehalnnanM cn
M l A Haiina Jt secretary tma Perry 1 8 8tfoath 8Wtb SWeath
tfoath trMMrvr urlr CoractluiMT Crel Bliss BlissPBKHY BI BliuiPltkV
PBKHY rtJY H UTl flLtrIL ATH ATHCleveland JT INT15It1WID INT15It1WIDCleveland W8D W8D0
Cleveland 0 July ull Ujf 1 3 ft ii Inter Interview latrIw Interview ¬
view UQ Udt afternoon ttron Vim J P1 Assistant AatUlantPotttniiter AMtnt AssistantPoitineeter
Potttniiter 10 t1atr General One1 HeattToald Ie Heath ceid Id to anAssociated an aimAssociated 1
Associated ltel Frets correspondlnt correspondlntThe CorNp eoriepo t tTbe IThe
The subject which culmffiOtd cubs 4 today
ty
la II my In selection aloD I at socretarjKc 1r scrctar the U Jt lie liepublican It Itpubllcatt
publican publcan national Jtnal t1onal commltt tmmlt WM first firstbroached Ilt Iltbrche firstbreached
broached brche to L me by b rhalrsian hal a Hgana Hganarid Ilna Ilnailc lii ana anaamid
ilc amid rid WM renewed Mf frith itith 11 ifJwft fernest fernestneea rt rtn reest reestnone
none n and insistency lect at thrlmtalclBhla thrlmtalclBhlaconvention tlt the74Iideiphlaedavsnhlon tphla tphlaenUa
convention enUa At flrtt t M I watlrerr w I Much Muchaverse iub iuba muchaveas
averse a to t Inking Wn klli up tbi this waal we knowing knowingwnat hnowmiwhU IS
wnat whU rmt U meant tt II volume yoluml a ai4efiimoler ai4efiimolerPreaItit i character characterPreslaitU ettr ettrP
PreslaitU P rtl McKlnley 1eKnlp did cld 1 otlsh lb me I to toquit toquit toquit
quit nIt position pltlon on n the le ootUfflo tc de department d dp departmemtt ¬
partment p partmemttfir rtmlt 1 1I
fir I wai 8 summoned mmhl from frm Maine M on 01 Sat Saturday at atura at atUrlay ¬
urday ura IsM Ju to go I to Clevflana flanCy by Chair Chairman Chairman Chairmalt ¬
man Henna li ltnnaUd QI anil t rwtueited rute to L attend atd a ameeting nmUn8 ameeting
meeting of the executive eletve committee committeehere cmmite committeehere
here her today tol Here lere the subject eubJ was re renewed r reneweil ¬
newed hwe by all al the members mmb of the U ex executive nfutve cxecutive ¬
ecutive futve committee eommlte In such a peraonsl peraonsland pl plnd
and nd earnest etlt manner lannr that th 1 ooittMted ooittMtedto
to undertake ndtr jhe the he work workWhen wok wokWhen wontWhen 0t
When asked a as to t hi hil his Intentions InietlOI re respecting reoIfUn reepeeting ¬
specting IfUn < his hl resignation rellnton at Ant rst assist assistant assistant t tant ¬
ant postmaster ptlnat central Ilrl Mr I Heath th said saidAt saidIt k
At Canton yesterday tra I talKbd tal with wth the thePtenldenl tbePrelden1 thePiesideni
Ptenldenl Prelden1 tnd d Postmaster lotmlle General GeneralSmith Oera GeneralSmith
Smith and will wlJ renew reew the OStjtct with withthe withthe Ith IthUII
the UII postMaster pIUI1r general ott o Monday MondayMy Kod Kody
My y service erl with lh the committee Cmtee I pre p peenume presume ¬
sume be b needed nNed aa a soon 1f U the head headquarters le headquartera ¬
quarters qluter are ar opened opned the th latter part > rt of ofthis o ofthis
this thll month monthConcerning monthonremln monthConrerni
Concerning Conrerni onremln Mr MI Heaths Jeth VatHJuatlon VatHJuatlonan ttIG
an first tnt asalttant a tat tent pontmsjUw pl c general generalSenator prl prlntor geacralSettor
Senator ntor Hanna USlna Mid tttto til aft af afteettOO riW that thatIn tht thtIn
In hit ttttiwteaUon M n with WI thl thlat eb l 7rgsident 7rgsidentat
at Cinton Cut01 n the t utter 1 t enrtai enrtaigret I a = p re regret
1dt 1dtIt
gret lMt that tft the th committee committeemfcwsjse emml commi ce e d it itM ftl
l ssjarLfIl C J Htb Htblmfn ffeatb4 eh ehomosmenL
mfcwsjse mfcwsjsewhere M
< 1 omosmenL omosmenLwkori 1
lmfn
where w Ho h r tidaved ion < ere < such Ilh tatlstactorr tatlstactorrervlc tlctor tiesetory tiesetoryservice
service Irle and expressed the greatest tMt con confidence en en111nce condttence ¬
fidence 111nce In and u xl admiration admlfton for Mr Heath Heathboth Hthboth Heathboth
both itcltb efllelMIy m < Matly and ad personally tonalY He n also alsotated allotated alecstated
tated that tbt the most mOt cordldal rrdldal expres expresnloim fXr expresclone
clone Ilnl In I the t mme direction dllcton were 1ere made madeby mdeb
by b Poet Ptlter Postmaster master Genera Gnerl 1 Smith Smih and that thatMr tbat1r thatMr
Mr 1r Heath Qkl Ul not accept cpt the aecre aecretaryahlp ecrstryciliip re retrlhll
taryahlp trlhll of the national natonal committee ImmltP un until untl until ¬
til tl after he 1 had frequently fluenty and fnd person personally pNn pNna peonally ¬
ally a I y Imitated ImitatedDICK I insistedFlirt nt t
Flirt DICK DCit RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONThe REIIlTION REIIlTIONTh
The new nW executive elutve committee ommltt this af afternoon atteln afternoon ¬
ternoon teln adopted adollte the following foloing resolu resolutions rhl recoIntiotli ¬ I Itlol
tions tlol In regard to Oen DIck Dok resigns resignation rana ranalon resignstion ¬
tion lon as secretary rtry to the national nal0nl com committee cm cmmit coinmittee ¬
mittee mitteeThe mit mitteeThe
The Th national natonal Republican Htrubl 1 executive executivecommittee xecutve xecutveoomltte xecuttvecommittee
committee oomltte received reive with wih sincere and anddeep Ad Addeep amiddeep
of Hon HonCliarleg lionCharleg
deep regret r the resignation realnatnn lon lonChrN
Cliarleg ChrN F Dick Dck secretary Clttl of the com committee cm cmmlte cootmitteg ¬
mittee mlte The resignation fllnaton comes cni a as the thereeult therHult theresult
result of election oleton by the Ohio Itepub ItepubMean npublean Itepublican
Mean lean tate central ctral committee commite and al the thecall lheer1 thecall
call er1 of the party pay of th the state att to lead leadthem lea leadthem
them In this thl important Inporllnt campaign Campal and andIs andis nd ndIs
Is recognised rlnlH as A the th desire of the party partyorganisation prlyorpnllton partyorganization
organization orpnllton of the state The He Hepublican n npublcan Hepublicen
publican publcan national committee comlnlt and the theparty thepar theper
party par per at t large la are r under obligations oblgUol to toOen toOen toGen
Oen Dick for efficient emeent effective elHtte loyal loyaland loaland loyaland
and Indefatigable service arlc In Il accepting acceptingthis aepting aeptingtl
this tl resignation tfellUo the committee romtlle defers to tothe tothe tothe
the judgment of Oen Gll Dick that he can canbeet canbt canbeet
beet bt serve sn bin hil party prty by devoUng his hisentire hi hienUre hientire
entire time tim and energy ery to the 1h partyInterest party prty prtyIntettl partyminterests
Interest Intettl fn Ohio the home of the theIt thePIldent thePr4denL
PIldent Pr4denL Pr4denLIt
It I if II the understanding of the execu executive exuUv executive ¬
tive committee cmmIttee that President lrdnt McICIn McICInley Mcltlllley McKinIcy
ley also 111 requested tUlte Gem On Dick Dck to take takecharge takecharge
charge chare of the Ohio campaign campaignCharles camlllg csmiIgnCharles
Charles Chari P J Dicks resignation 11mUon as sec secrotary se eecrotary
rotary of the National Natonal Republican Rpublcn com committee cm cmmlttee cornmtttes ¬
mittee was received relvl and accepted acceptedMessrs acceptedMeasre rcpted rcptede
Messrs e Hanna lAnna Heath and Payne iane were werenamed WNnme werenamed
named nme an al a committee to drj dott ft reeolu reeolution Ilu Ilutonl reolulions
lions tonl concerning celR the th resignation rlnlon of ofGeneral otGnerl ofGeneral
General Gnerl Dick Dlok Mr r Hanna Hnn stated that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the personnel Plhe of an advisory a < vlel committee committeewaa emmlt emmltw
was w under undr consideration cotdet tlOl but t that t It Itwould I itwould
would wuld not be b announced allnonc for t ten days daysor dav daysor
or two weeks wekL It wa U also said that thatall thatall
a tlt tltal
all al of the members men of the old national nationalcommittee natln1 natln1commitee nationalcommittee
committee commitee of 1IN 11 15 requested rqunte President PresidentMcKlnley Prldnt Prldnt11cJtlnley PresidentMcNinley
McKlnley to consent Dltt to the resignation resignationof rlgnaton rlgnatonot
of Mr Heath Heth a as first 1lt assistant Lltant poet poatmanterKemral poetniasterganerl t tmutergt1
manterKemral mutergt1 In order orr that UNt be might mightbecome migh mightbecome
become bome the secretary tat of the national nationalcommittee n nationalCommittee loaal loaalcmmltt
committee cmmltt The T President Pr ldet It I was add added addI added
ed I strongly demurred curnd to title tllb proposi proposition lropl lropltol propositiomi ¬
tion tol until unt today tAr when hen h he finally Inal gave gavehis jae jaeII gavehis
his II content tDnL Mr Heath will wl tender tende his hisresignation 11 11rgnUo hi hiresignation
resignation rgnUo to the President Prlldtnt In about abouta abt abtn
a wok Ok or ten days daysHeavy dar darHCaT daysheavy
Heavy Haiti at Dubtiquo DubtiquoDubuque JubIIUO JubIIUODubuque 1ubuquoDubuque
Dubuque Dubuque Iowa Iowa July Jul 11 lLA A terrific terrificelectric Irln terrifleelectric
electric eHtrO storm Ilorm accompanied acompnie by b a rain rainfall rin rintl rainfail
fall tl of 17 11 1fl Inch raged r here h for three threehours lhr threehours
hours ho1 today to Nellie eli I MoQultlntan MoQultlntanaged fculnll
aged a eti 1C IS was WA killed kil by I lightning lightningThe IShthlM
The Fourth street Itrt incline Inone railway ril Ia IaUon ta taJon iation
Jon was wa struck trck and shattered Iat e It I it itbelieved labelee isbelieved
belee believed great grt damage WM M done In the thecountry thlcountr thecountry
countr country countryNo
No 0 rinnlei Rl11nllh Stonincr RtCulcr fur China ChinaMadrid ChinaIadrld ChInaMadrid
Madrid July Jul llSenor 1hor Mlvela 11vlR the the3panl theSpnish theSpanish
Spnish Spanish 3panl h premier says 8J that tht no Spanish Spanishwar IpAnsh IpAnshwar
war v vessel CI eeel will wi go IO to China Clna Spain liar havng ha haIn liaring
In ing ng no n Interests Interts to defend dllnd In the lh ex extreme e oxtreme ¬
treme Orient OrientMcKlnlcyH Orlnt Orlntlcllnlcs OrientMolinleys
McKlnlcyH lcllnlcs Homo 1010 Qnlot QnlotCanton QulotCant QtiictCantot
Canton Cant O July Jul 1J IIAter 1Lttter After the crush cruthf crll
ot f peopU plt and aD lin the exciting Incidents lamdenl of ofThursday otThuray ofThursday
Thuray Thursday comparative comnaatyo quiet prevailed prevailedit va1C
at the McKinley home today to a Daring DrDr DrDrthe Duringthe
the forenoon a drive wa taken tkl to toleyers tol1 toMeyers
leyers l1 lake the pretty prel summer lmme reel rl rldec realdone reelence
dec done ence just outside the city et Tiie T Preal Preallent Peel Peeldent Preeldent
dent held beldthe the rein reInl and a the other ohe teats teatseere Il seatswere
were occupied ou by b Mrs HI McKInley M < llnl Mrs Mrslay MrsDay lr
lay 1 and Mrs 1 Dawes D Secretary hretry to the theresident thePrdeDt thePresident
resident PrdeDt cortelyou Corelyo and 11 Dr fixed nixd with witheveral withleerl withseveral
several leerl others made up t another drlv drlvis drt drivlag
111 lag is party ply at the tl same m time tlle Postmaster Postmasterlenvral Ptmuter Ptmuterfra PostmasterGeneral
General fra Smith Smih who ho wan the ti guest gHt of ofbe otO oftime
be O PrMMtnt Ire I t from f I Wednesday Wt I run until t af afer atter ifter
ter er the notlflcaUon n tAcn raturms4 ra turned to Wash WashMtftn WahIntt Washlnlten
Mtftn Intt last night night rlturr During IurfAr t the d duranr di diuunier
uranr nUI ef callers oales ware wee received at c the theIcIUnlcy thelcIney theMcKinley
McKinley lcIney borne to pay p their tar rf reiptcta fept
AN OIL TANK EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONHundred EXPLOSIONIyaUundred
Nely IyaUundred a Hundred Il PMMM r W Wsri4sts MN M or I ivlms ivlmssrouvy Lt Ltotenrrril I
Slyln SlylnOttlrc srouvy Isiotad IsiotadOreiirrct
otenrrril Ottlrc tit f SoincirUJIo SOllne Near onr Iloilaii IloilaiiAlr loltol loltolAlrll IlostoilAir
Air Alrll lllleU until rlh itii Itumlng Uurlhll UllOuo UllOuoof 01010 01010or
or lImo Injured InjuredKew Ihl IhlNw liks liksw
Kew w Tork YOI July Ju UA 1 motel f from fromBeaton frm frmBOoD fromfloitoa
Beaton BOoD to the le Herald HlrldIJ HlrldIJB says aayaBy saysy
By B y the tl explosion ePoloa of an a oil o tank tD In liftomorvUIt InSomervUl
ftomorvUIt 11 last night ht nearly 1 a hundred hundredpersona Inua4 hundredpersona
persona Jtl were wir more aaoe or lees injured lur and andearly ad adearl andearly
early earl this tll morning mon two wen w reported reporteddead r reporteddead
dead d Many Ma of o the te Injured are a In I UM UMCawbrldcc t theCibrIdre
Cawbrldcc c Domtrvllle luvl and aD Maatacho Maatachotattt Massichusetta 911l 911ltt
tattt tt seneral er hospital hOplt while wbl others othenwere Oull Oullwer otherswe
were wer we taken tel to t houses bO near DI the th cne ID of olthe ofUt ofthe
the Ut explosion explosionIn UkOI
In the u yard f of the te Boston DD and Maine Mainerailroad Kan KanIlrc Mainerailroad
railroad near the h old Ihl McLean McL asylum aaylumaraofic uflumaO asylumamong
aar
among Ilrc more than a thousand freight freightcart trelbt trelbtcr freightCarl
cart aO aIled with coal and ten tODrl onetti ral mer merchaadiav mere1 merchi1S4ae
chaadiav cr were ert three oil 1 tanka lpke of lt th thUnion the thelllo theUnion
e1 Union Oil oIl ill cumoany elplY When on UIl one uf lt the thecur thecars thecars
cur cars caught caullt Are and ad made a bias bla that thatcould thattuuld thatcould
could tuuld bt seen D all 11 over Hotnervllle mlrll nun nundreda bundld hundiedi
b
dreda of persons flocked Iuktd to the yard yardThe ya yardsTIme
The Boraervllle lerll firemen r meD arrived arrivedpromptly arrld arrldpromply arrtedpromptly
promptly enough euoUb lrvU but had to carry boat boatthrough hoethJub hosethrvuh
through promply thJub all kind kild of places pl while whie the thefire tb tbIre theflaw
fire Ire burmd burnld briskly brkr and the crowd crowddrew cruwddrw crowddrew
drew closer and closer closerSuddenly closerSuddenly
drw coer coer8ue
Suddenly 8ue elr ly there was a rumbling rumblln noise noiseUna Dol DolOn noiseJR
Una JR great rent sheet hlt of flame la hot Into the theair th thall theair
air all and a huge hle oil 01 tank which wbk bad bal been beenon bn bnOD
on a car ca went up U on end ad scattering scatteringbiasing scatteringbIasing ulerlor ulerlorblr
biasing blr oil 01 In all al direction dirto The 1 huge hugelank hUItk hugetank
lank tk of oil 01 one of three thre on I us many manycart tay tayc inaii inaiiearl
cart c bad exploded exploe The burning bumltl oil oilfell 01 oiltell
and children In Inthe Inthe Inthe
fell upon U men women ant cbtdna
f1
the throng Inr who shrieked with pain pin and andterror andterr amidterms
terror terrorSic terr termssi
Sic si I men en on 01 ton of one box bx car ci ca were werethrown wretbo werebrown
thrown to the ground ruund with their ther cloth clothIre olothIJf clothtug
tbo Ue wth
Ire IJf M Ore f Men en and women with wih their theirgarment theirlaret theirjarmeat
garment burning ran ra about the yard yardIn yr
laret burnl
In terror tWr Some were so 1 badly burned burnedthat burnedthat burnedthat
that they ty dropped drppd Those TO who wlo were werenot wer werenot
not on fire helped Ilelp them and were werethemselves wretbClv werethemselves
0 lre
themselves burned Meanwhile uwble the therailroad theralld therailrogd
railroad ralld tbClv men were were performing prtorln acts at of ofheroism othelim ofheroism
heroism helim The T oil 01 tank which exploded explodedwaa exploed exploedWU
was on Of a car cr between letwen two other otbel and andthese ad adtb andthree
any these tb moment momentA were In danger laner of going Ilq up tt ttany at atally t tany
A locomotive lomotv was 1 backed bcke In and andstarted atlt atlttarel andItarted
started tarel to draw dtw out ot the tb train taln A rail railroad rai railtoad ¬
road d man ran up threw a heavy he deep deeper I Ir
er r beneath bnetb the wheel of the burning burningtalk burnlarta1 burningtast
talk ta1 the b coupling tupllng broke the car cartopped crtop carstofiped
ated atedFifteen ate atedFifteen topped top and the tb oil 01 tanks tnk were re separ separated spsrated p ¬
Fifteen Ftt person n were r taken to the theSomervtlle Hi theSomerville
Somerville Smelle hospital tloaltl Joseph Joph Harden Hardenof naen naenof
of Jlnrlne fnne company No No1 1 who wa wastanding wutudlnr wasstanding
standing on clnpny the tb oil 01 tank tak at the time of ofthe otthe ofthe
the explosion xplosl died die early eal this morn mornInf mor mornlug
lug InfCHAMPS 111 111ml3Ig lugClttMlS
CHAMPS ml3Ig lilYSKK mYBRC OUAXIUALACH OUAXIUALACHWhat GMXUlUACr GMXUlUACrInflttUllll1 GRANIVztIjACII1ntesmtigtttin
InflttUllll1 1ntesmtigtttin What whntAppnnrs Appears IIIOr nil ni nit At Att
t nipt 111t to to Hlmv Bow It I Up UpParis UtIr UpParis
Paris Ir July Jul 11 1lnqulrle 13InquirIes inquiries are being beingmade bing bingma beingmade
made into what hat may ma possibly toulbl turn tur out outto outto outto
to ma be b a serious trioul attempt attel t to destroy dltro the thegrand te therind
grand palace of the Camps Elysee ElyseeWednesday Ey EyWeday ElyseeWednesday
Wednesday Weday 1 night A watchman watchmn of eel eelIan eeliiis
Ian 1 which nllt wire filled fl with wih package packageaaaof padtI psikgeand
aaaof and a large le Quantity quantty of other otherfcftamaWe otherIme otherC
fcftamaWe mabie material overheard a con conTergatton conierU6n
C mterll oubt CR CR6n
Tergatton Ime 6n between 1tn two wo men melln leading him himto hImto himto
to believe nve that t a plot was we on foot lo to set setAre NtIre sitart
Are to the building buldln The Tie miscreants miscreantsfled mllntl
fled led upon Ulln his hl approach A search arh the thenext theDnt thenext
next mornlnc mulled luled in the th dIscovery dlccoveryof dlltt
of two hermetically IlermIUcl sealed Hle boxes bxd filled filledwith fle filledwith
with Ilh black powder p1dn The Te chemical prop properties prp prprU propertie ¬
erties rU of this powder wdlr have hI v not yet et been beendisclosed beendlllOed beendlsolosed
disclosed dlllOed by the authorities authoritiesMOVHY authorltle authorltleISI authoritiesIONIIY
MOVHY ISI Y IOH 110t J V I Pllsnppoareci WOOLKXBAK WOOLKXBAKDltmpponred WOoR SAI SAIJHIJIIORrlll
Dltmpponred JHIJIIORrlll Last November XoOnbor nn nnl mind mindfimmamiln < l lVnnt
lUnatll fimmamiln Vnnt n ant 1 I to 1ny 1n 1n llcnt llcntChicago ItontChicago ent entChlcS
Chicago ChlcS July Jul U 1Te iLThe The Record Reclll says Js JsChek saysCheCks aysChecKs
ChecKs Chek for a large amount are sup supposed lUllp supposed ¬
posed to be lying In a pile pie of unopened unopenedmall unoJned unoJned11a unopenedmall
mall p 11a that a awaits aiu the return returJ e4tJohn f John P PWoolenaak 1 Poolensak
Woolenaak Wolelk and ad tenants tenan is are ar anxious AIIlo to topay topa topay
pay pa thousand thondl of dollar dollr due for or rent rentbut rent rentbut
but no BUORI miolte one can cn tell t1 the tht whereabouts wberebuta of ofthe otUl ofthe
the Ul business bulh man who ho disappeared dlppred last lastNovember Iat IatNtvelbe lastNpvesnber
November and he hI left no arcnt a nt to act actfor acttOllm actfor
for tOllm Ntvelbe him in I his hl absence abllce Mr Woolenaak Woolenaakla Wolenla Wolenlasslxty
la sslxty sixty year e1 old 011 and Is estimated etlmate to tobe tob tobe
be b worth wort half hal a million milon dollars dullr Janu January JAnuar Januar ¬
ary ar ar 10 a letter Iltr dated San Sn Francisco Franciscowas Francf Yrancigecwas
was a received rclve from Mm by an n IntV IntVanc Inlr Inlrar indurance
anc ar ance firm fr Since then many tnan efforts elors to tofind lobd totimid
find him have hae proved prove unavailing unavailingMr unutln unutlnMr unavallinMr =
Mr Woolenaak Woltlk UD to last fall Cal waa WI a amanufacturer amlllfaturr amanutSeturer
manufacturer mlllfaturr of hardware bard war specialties specialtieshe peIIII peIIIIh
he h bad been In the tht business bUllnel for many manyyettrt manyysart
yettrt He le II was U an n Inventor Ilventor and a anum anumbr num number numher ¬
her br 1 of specialties n Ialtl which he patented patentedbrought patnte patentedbrought
brought brught him hm large Ir returns returnsLast nturn nturnLst returnsLAst
Last Lst fall fal Mr Ir Woulensak Wovllllak retired retr and andtatted Rndl onti2ea
tatted l 2ea his hi eightstory building buldlnr to Mor Morley 1or 1orIe Morhey
hey Ie Brothers lrothft saddlery Mdlfr1 manufacturers manufacturersHe m nufacturer
He H rMaaied one floor oor the tl third from fromthem fromtbl fromthem
tbl them refM for use us as I a storage room rom and andoUke andole andotao
oUke When Wlln the U time tme came cate to t pay PI the therent thert therent
rent ole rt for December Dtmbr Morley lirothera lirotherasent Jrlber hirotherseemfl
sent Mn him a I check cblk for the te amount due duefrom duefr duefrom
h
from fr them the The l cheek ham h never nte been beencAibed bn bnCI1 beencaibed
cAibed CI1 and Ind l II Is supposed IUo to be lying In InWoolentatc InoltnWI InWoolensiks
Woolentatc oltnWI mall mallOn t1 > 11 lie lieOn < >
On Of the first Ilt of o each month for the UI last lastsix ltIlx lastsix
six moathf motl Morley prltY Tiros r have been bn go goIng g gonj
Ing nj through tbruih the II form fnn of sending ndl a acheck acbfk acheek
check cbfk from their nfflce of on the second Mnd Mndor secondfloor condfloor
floor or to WMlensakn tlenlak oiflce ofc on the th third thirdfloor thir third50cr
floor 50crAn
lorAn lor An immense Inmelle pile Jl Ih nf mall mt Is I said li to be beIncreasing beInrenr beIncreasing
Increasing Inrenr In Me IIH every vey day dayGOHIlKIi dyGORII dayGIClflhts
GOHIlKIi GORII ASSASSINATION Aj IRSISATJS OA8B OA8BJury OM OMJury OASflJury
Jury Itaft 1al Ilrnn liennCmimiipletcti Completed COl JII ltCI nml Rlt amid the theProMCCUllon th thPr timiroecmmiion
ProMCCUllon Pr ecllon Hoelnti HoelntiGears nlnNGetowD flolnsGeemietown
GetowD Geemietown Gears town Ky K July II 111 ILThe Toe fifth fifthday nrh nrhda fifthdar
day da of the tb trial In the th case cu of IX exSecretary IXIet ixSeetetar
Iet Secretary of State Caleb Power P on enthe onth onthe
th the charge caf o of complicity cmplctr in the Ut Ooebel OoebelaaMMtnaUoti Gw QOebelassapsinsUon
aaMMtnaUoti 001 fouud the Jury not yet yeteotnpleted ytOopee et etcompieieI
eotnpleted Pur Pour our jurors jurolwr jurorswre were to be b sup supplled sp soppiled
piled Oopee pil rttttt et having hllDg been bl accepted accepte ye yeterdar YI yeateed
teed terdar l Deputy Dputy > sheriffs herlra last night sum summoned summne sumusoned ¬
moned te an n extra extr venire of forty fort jury jurymen jurymin jarymen ¬
men mne The Te prosecution rOutun haa h ha exhausted exhaustedIts
It Its I peremptory challenges challnle by b excusing excusingBrarfmue excusingrWmflus nn nn1tla
1tla Brarfmue pfmptol Ware an antlUoebel antuo1 Demo Democrat Do Docrt Pintocrat ¬
crat who wh had h been ben temporarily temprly Mated Matedu lte
crt
u a Juror JW yesterday trd afternoon afternoonAt aferDon
At U oclock oclck the lh jury jut wa 11 completed completedis compllte
A a is follows followsAV MowsW
W flw a 0 Tinder farmer ntl0oebel antiGoetielDemocrat ntl0oebelDemocrat tjGbl tjGblDmt
Dmt Democrat I Z Stone farmer tar anti antl3oebel aU aUOC antiGoeI
3oebel OC l Democrat Dora A W Craig tact merchant mlrrIat tactchant ¬
rIat chant Democrat focrat W P 1 Munaon UI farm farmir far
ir at Democrat Dtt W V H 1 Oldham 04ha leer merihant 1I leerchant
chant ot Democrat Dml Oeo 01 Murphy lur farmer farmerDemwrnt hner hnerDnt farmerDimecrat
Demwrnt Dnt J H Porter farmer trr Repab Repabloan Reub ReubI10n flepubIlcan
loan I10n AJonw Alnz Kemper Kapr farmer tme anti antN3oebel anUGbl antiGoebel
3oebel Gbl Qeo Oe B Ford Jrd farmer tarme Demo Demosnt D Demoitrat
snt ot J C Crosthwaite Clthwat carpenter carpenterDemocrat ct carpenterDemocrat
Dort Democrat J 1 T Mulbery ulbr blacksmith blacksmithDemocrat blak blacksmithDesnoerat lh lhDt
Dlt Democrat Dt Democrat DemocratAt Harris Iarls Muawlmnn ulln farmer farmerDemocrat tarmr tarmrDlt farmerDemocrat
At UM U a ropn rpl wa I taken until 1al i iclock 2Vdtock
clock ocok when wln the prosecution Plutlo will wl be berta b beIa
rta Ia a the ti statement Itement of what wbt that Ut We ae aet8 sideexpects Weirpeots
expects t8 to prove proveo pr prNo proveNo
No > o Western Wc tcrn Union Ideation IdeationNew mrctol mrctolNe ElectionNew
New Ne York July U 1Te ItThe The report prt that thathe thatt thattIme
he t annual nlual meeting llln of the Weatem Weatemnlofi WieiernPIeii e
PIeii nlofi l Telegraph raph Company COp had hd bean beanMid b beenheld
Mid i In Jersey Je City Cly yeat yeeieday h lay y and u oar oaraln 0r ourtilts >
tilts ln directors Illto and al odlcera ocl l bad < ad ben benBOM l n nI se selooted
looted I was wl entlreljr etW erroneowe erroneoweTh erroneoeaThe rra
Th n The meeting rU11 referred re to woo W a meet meetag It Itlg meetlag
lg lag ag 9i < the th stMkholdan tokhde of the th Am Allrln Amarismn AmarismnUnten rl n nJnlan
Jnlan On1 Tokgraph Company CafY whee wheepinlritlsn wh whipo1ztlen <
pinlritlsn Ulutn 1ztlen Tgrp u I maintained in Now Jer JerII JoyIcy
II Icy
SECRET CIPHER SENT SENTSecretary SENTMINISTER SENTMINISTER
MINISTER CONCER CONCERSecretary
Secretary Hay Alone Knows 110S Its Is Contents ContentsMr
Mr Wu 1 t1 Undertakes to Deliver Delver it and andGet fnd fndGet andGet
Get an Answer Back
w WaIiitit July JI ILtbt 1 Chinese ChlnenMr Chlnel ChineseMr
1 Mr Wu Wu has l undertaken t4raklh h hgel to tot toget
gel t through qb a cipher cable cb meM meMfrom me mefr message messageCrc
from fr Crc Secretary h May H to United UIte Stat BtateiMinister StatKIUlt StateMinister
Minister KIUlt Cooper Cr at Pekln pkn and to deliver deltveiback delvr delvrbck deliverback
back bck the l reply rpl of Minister Conger CDer It h hbe b lie liebe <
be b alive alv Mr Wu forwarded torared thu tbl cipher clpheidispatch cpher cpherdlptcb cipherdispatch
dispatch dlptcb together tUr with an extended ex explanatory I ciplanitory ¬
planatory platr mesaago m of hi lt OWI own or orWednesday UDWtc1neday fl flWednesday
Wednesday and the ti results are now nowbeing nowbl nowbeIng
being bl eagerly eaelY awaited awat both bth by Score Secretary ScoretarT re ¬
tarT 1 hay la and a the U CMntae an minister mAIttr al although a iithough ¬
though tb h it Is appreciated Apprited that Uat some Ime days dayimutt d dDII daysniuut
mutt DII elapse Ple before bru runners Mnnen can carry carryout carr carryout
out this t plan pia uf opening o olq up communi communication umlll umlllcUo tomniunlcation ¬
cation between the lb American
cUo btween govern government 101 governmeast ¬
ment mtt minister mltr at Washington Wulna at Pekln PeklnIt and n the tb Amvi Amoun Amounminister cllon cllonmltr loan loanminister
It was soon ln oon after atr Minister Mlnlta Wu U pre presented pr peeaented ¬
sented allte the thl text tet of the Ue edict Isaufd IIUtd b btha bte by
the te Chinese Cblal imperial Impril government thai thaiMr tl thatIr
Ivnnmem
Mr Ir I Hay la requested Iueted him to get lethfoqh geltbruglt through throughmessage a ameege amessage
message meege to Minister lalta Conger COler Since 811ce tbi tbiChtnete tbCblt lbChinese
Chinese Cblt government lovrment hat h ha suocee ucd ucceed < i d In Ingetting 11 injottiag
getting lelW through tbrufb its own communication communicationfrom
cmmunicaton cmmunicatontrm
from trm Pekln Jln Mr ro Hay 11 felt that t t It was waiquite w wquite wasquite
quite reasonable r ble to uk that tt like Ik com communication comhuDtcaUoD cornmuniestlon ¬
munication huDtcaUoD be b opened opene between hfn our ouiminister ourmloltn ourminister
minister mloltn and nd the government rovrnmnt here hee Mr MrWu MrWu r r1u
Wu 1u readily iu11 assented a nled to this tbl proportion proportionand propollto
and evinced Ineed an earnest desire to use UI all allhis atlbl allhi
his bl personal Influence in getting gettingthrough rettlntbroll
through tbroll h the mcsia message e He It suggestedhowever ucg suggested sted stedhowever
however that Mr Hay n himself should shouldwrite ahouiwrite houl houlwrit
write the ta message in cipher ao this thiiwould thlawould thiswould
would be proof positive to Mr Congee Congeeof
of III genuineness whereat any an D open openmessage openme openmessage
message me to the minister might be un under upder urnder ¬
der the suspicion of having emanated emanatedfrom emanledtrom emanatedfrom
from the Boxers Mr Ir Hay thereupon thereuponwrote thereuponrote thereuponwrote
wrote rote the meaeafe and had It trans translated traDlated translated ¬
lated Into the official cipher of the theatate theetat thestate
state department The content were werenot werenot Ire Irenot
not made I known to Minister Wu but in init liltUs inIts
it Us unintelligible cipher form It wa en entrusted etltrllltetl entrusted ¬
trusted to him to be placed in the thehands thehaod thehandi
hands of Mliil Mllllllt4lr i r Conger at the earli earliest earllt earlieat ¬
est t possible moment Mr Wu deter determined delermined determined ¬
mined to act through the tb medium of an anlufluenclal anthfluencisl n nInueJclal
lufluenclal Imperial officer at Shanghai Shanghaiwho
who bo by reason of his hi position Is bet better bitter t tter ¬
ter able than any one else In China to toundertake toundertak toundertake
undertake such a mission Beside for forwarding forwardlllR forwarding ¬
warding the message to Minister Conger CongerMr
Mr Wu sent to the Chinese official a adetailed 1detailed adetailed
detailed and urgent explanatory m maage me mea measage
sage e in which was let et forth the Imper Imperative ImperaUve Impersure ¬
sure Importance of performing this thlaservice thlIee thisservice
service Iee for the American government governmentThe
The official wat wa urged to spare no ef effort effort t ttort ¬
fort or expense in forwarding the mee meeaage metllalje meesage
sage by couriers runners or any other othermeans oUlerm othermeans
means m hJ Into the hands of Minister Con Conner Conjet on onlIer ¬
jet and to like Ilk moans In getting ttlnc back backthe bal balthe backtime
the anewerlo the American govern governIRELAND IIOVe11lIRELAND governIRELAND
IRELAND ESTATE ESTATECASE ESTATECASE ESTATECASE
CASE DECICED DECICEDThe
The Supreme court handed down an anopinion anollinion anopinion
opinion today In the caw of Agnes D DIreland DIreland PIreland
Ireland executrix of the estate of K A AIreland AIreland AIreland
Ireland deceased appellant vs Hlchard HlchardMackintosh lUehrdlIacklntOlh htichard3lackintoeim
Mackintosh affirming the Judgment of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Third district court A A N Cherry CherryJudge CberTjudce Churryjudge
Judge JudgeIn
In January 1 12 J Mr Mackintosh exe executed executed iecuted ¬
cuted his hi promissory note to U l A Ire Ireland Ir Irland Ireland ¬
land for 6m 8 payable one ON day after afterdate altlrdate afterdate
date Mr Ireland died on May 14 UN UNand 11Mnd 1396and
and nd the following July hit widow wo woappointed WIU1I11Ointed wasappointed
appointed administratrix of hi hll estate estateOn eatateon tate tateOn
On August M ISM Mrs Ireland Insti Instituted IntStutac1 institutid ¬
tuted proceeding against Mr Mackin Mackintosh dacklfttOin Mackintosh ¬
tosh to recover r the amount of the note noteThe notThe noteThe
The defense pleaded the statute of limi limitations 11111tAUon liritUons ¬
tations and the trial court found the tneaction theaotloll theactiomi
action was w barred by that statute and andaccordingly andaccordlnll andaccordingly
accordingly rendered judgment against againstthe aJnet aJnetthe
the plaintiff plaintiffIn
In a lengthy review of the law on th thstatutory thtaltltol the theItatutory
statutory period of promissory notes notesthe not notlb notesthe
the lb Supreme court finds that the Utah UtahRtatute Utahtatute Utahstatute
statute governing such matters matlulIn hat hatIn hasin
In mbitance been enacted In all the theStates theStat theState
States Stat of the Union UnionThe UnionTIlII UnionThe
The pleading of the statute aa a de defense defenle tIefence ¬
fence and bar to the tb action the court courtholds oourthold courtholds
holds was eminently proper and It Is IBordered Isordred Isordered
ordered that the judgment of the trial trialcourt trialoourt trIalcourt
court be affirmed afllrmedAlthough affirmedAlthouh mrm mrmAltbouh
Although It was not brought out a athe at atthe t tthe
the trial the defendant now no deceased deceasedclaimed deceuedcllmed deceasedclaimed
claimed that the not was satisfied In Insome III101II lamlowe
some kind of a trade made between
him and Mr Ireland IrelandMr
Mr Mackintoshs death wax suggest nuggetted
ed to Judge Hllea early earl last March arcb and
Blanche Mackintosh a Deice aide and pd Chaa Cia CiaRead
Read were appointed executor of the theestate Uet thetat
estate estateTodayt t tat tatTodays t tToda
Todayt Toda opinion wai delivered hy b Jus Justice Justice Justic
tice Batkin Chief Justice Bartch and andJustice andJuett andJuetici
Justice Juett Miner concurring concurringSUIT OOnlurrtnlSUIt ooneurntngSUIT
SUIT IOH IOHUtah UA LmAMtalts LmAMtaltsUtah GIUS GIUSUtah
Utah Sugar Company Made Defend Defendnut
nut III nn AotlunAlexander lotion dtOtiOUAlexander lotionAlexander
Alexander Adamson administrator of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the estate of lIeber Syket 1Jk deceased deceasedhoc
hoc h filed a suit In l the Third district districtnourt dllrlctoourt districtcourt
court against the Utah Sugar pr company companylo computo
to recover 1600 0t for the death of Pykes PykesThe fIIktlThe SykesThe
The latter wa was employed toed In the erection erectionnf
nf the auxiliary plant at Dlngham DlnghamJunction IUDlhalltJunction hiinghamJunction
Junction and while at work on May Ma MaIInd
Bud last a heavy beam tell striking strikingSykes trtktngSykea trlltlnrkee
Sykea kee and knocking knockl him off o the seat ncaffold IIrftold seatfold
fold lie fell forty feet sustaining In Injuries IIIjuri isjuries
juri juries that caused hit death tit nve fly days dayslater dayslater
later taterIlalntlrt laterilaintitt laterPlaintiff
Plaintiff alleges aU that tile defendant defendantcompany dfflndalltDOmpu defendantcompany
company failed to provide a safe place placeFor p placefor
For time deoeaied to work workSliopanl workSimopard ork orkSltollRrl1
Sliopanl Dlvoroo Suit SuitAgnes SuitAInll StiltAgnes
Agnes I Shepard S panll I suIng nt Clarence O Oifeepard OIIAepard 0Waepard
ifeepard tor divorce alleging desertion desertionmd
and failure to support at the ground groundAccording aroundAocordlnc groundAocording
According to the complaint coaa lalnt the mar marlage martook marnag
nag lage took place In this city clt on Frhru Frhrutry Fhrual7 Februany
try r 1m and In I June of the th name nameroar am amJMr ameysar
roar It It I alleged dl the defendant deten 1ITlI < de deterted dtterted desorted
terted his hi wife and acu 111 has II since failed fllll to torovlde toproVIde tOprovide
proVIde for her and child childVNOTIIKK chDdANOfrJIJ childANOThER
ANOThER n KIDNAPING STORY STOHYJnknown srourU STORYI1llkliOWI
U Jnknown II kilo WII Little IIt T4ittieOIli t1iia1 Girl S Sft itM M t In < > HOT HOTIteou H HaveJiecu I Ineon
neon Abducted last UstTho ftt N1htTb fttThe
The ktdnapts kdapiagbaIaee haatnota has either eithereenie eltbtrt1e eitherbeeeme
beeeme eenie t1e a regular regal profeation In lijI lijIIai ajt ajtJika t ttake
take Iai a Sr r ei not a ft fge sensible te teeonlettathe and andoniervatlve sadcOnierat1se
oniervatlve pteph PHP are tufftrtef from f ft0
Jent 1ftent Tw wo 0 due have Ira now no elapsed
slate lnt the message to Conger went fur ¬
ward mid It I ii conndratly CoIlln atly boliuved that
It I II nor no on Its way a from tfhunxhal to
iekin ekill Sl > surrounded urriIB < w by such laf safiuarJe af < uard
imid nd such efforts for rpeed that u ins
aonably early answer may be expected expectedI
I At U t the same time It I II remembered d that
tt t took t tn > n day for China offlnal de d
we to get II I from Pekln to Waehlngton
lnlt Inllltr < > r Wu I II bendlnr very i nergy > to toi t tCCO tocconmpiiFh
i r icconipiifh CCO IPlih this Ihl task at allh the th oaritest arli rllt t pos posilble po
ibis moment for he look upon It not nota
pnl 5 a duty but a us 1 a mean hy II
fhlch Chinese hiD official can show tlMr
lilacere lncer deelre to render any DY tmslntanc tmslntanco
I o th Arrerlcant Arr rllnl government in the theiretent theIltItnt
Jieen iretent t emergency tlIleo tlIleoOH enmergencyOR
jOK OH AN INTERNATIONAL CABLB CABLBWahington CABLIDWhIOillln CJIBLWashington
Wahington July M 1In An attempt attemptM
11811 M been on foot for tome day to ar arrange artanrt artango ¬
range beiwen btol twtw Wen the powers now operat ¬
ing In In China for an International cable cabtoconnecting cableCI cabletoanectuig
connecting CI the lb base of Chlene opera ¬
tions Ion either > r with Shanghai Port
Arthur Yokutmma or tome other otb r point
through which more speedy communi communication lOmmunl1IIt11 cummunit5tii ¬
cation 1IIt11 MI II I Ii < had with the ouUlde ouUldeworld uullidewOlld uuttdeworld
world The state war and nd navy nay > o ouartment de deIJtmeot department >
uartment here have ha all been parties partiesto
to the conference cnr rnCf Which has h been con conourted ronurled
ourted ulth It h a great reat deal of diplomatic diplomaticaecr
aecr eerv rr rv iioth the Ih war and navy de department delrtmente departmnents
partment have been figuring for formonths formonlh fortnonthe
months id laIIl ast t un a trtntPaclflc cable cableand cablean cableami
and an < onn nl4ltnllt ientlr have all 11 the tb neces necessary neeesry neceslary ¬
sary ry Information at their fingers In ends
The war 4r department now hat h iii fifty nft miles milesof
of cable ready to ship to Manila to b be
followed by 400 OO more about the 1st of otUIUt
August UIUt Thl wag to have bav been used
for lnt IntprIJRnd < > rlland communication In the
Philippines but the urgency of the case casemay CR CRmay casemay
may cause tIIUlelt It to be diverted divert to China
No point has h yet been decided on for foreither torItllhr foreither
either end nd of if f thl International line for
Che he Poo and Taku both having been
discussed dl 1IIIed for the Chinese Chla terminus
It lo ii too 00 mile by water from Taku to tonrhl
khangtml nrhl the terminus of the English Englishcable Enfllhcable Englichcable
cable It I is less es than 100 mile from fromTaku tramlaku fromTaku
Taku to Port Arthur but the Kuistan
land line both In Korea and Manchuria anch 1t 1t11Ive
have been tubect to such serious rloUII In Interruption Itttrrupllon interruption ¬
terruption u to almost bar the tb con
laderatlon of this I hi route for the tb Inter International Internatloaal international ¬
national connecting < line lineThe UaeTh lineThe
The Th expense u lnlf of thl hi lila undertaking ac according 100cordlae ascording ¬
cording to the present tentative ar arrangement atrangernents r rtlnlement ¬
rangement will be borne jointly by
Ute power Interested It I II Imponl Imponlble
bit at present to give a fair estimate estimateof ellimatof
of tbe time that ould be b consumed consumedIn
In carrying out the project but u Is Isprobable Isprobblv isprobable
probable that the United State Is I In Inposition IDOIIUOIl InPosiflon
position to no the woifc wi near quietly
than any au other oQ erna ernaan nation nationan CIII CIIIan
an hallucination the nature of which whichIB
Is dUHcnh for the ordinary mind d to tocomprehend toeomllrebend tooomprhnd
comprehend comprehendThlt
This time the tll attempted child itaal itaalID stialln
ID It I laid to have been actually ac accomplished aooompUbedUme sooompllsbedtlmne ¬
complished oompUbedUme time and place 11 UJOleck UJOlecklast tcleck tclecklast golocklast
last nlsht corner of Fifth Welt and andThird aodThird aridThird
Third North street Two youig wo women women wemen ¬
men Clara Evans and Belle Rdgar Rdgarclaim lWjarclaim r rclaim
claim to have witnessed the abduction abductionThey abductionThe abductionThey
They The state In all potltlveneaa that they theysaw thylaW theysaw
saw two well dressed men drive up to tothat totbat tothat
that point In a bu bun > gy where a little littlegirl IItUIIrl littlegirl
girl about eight e ht year ean old happened to tobe tobe tobe
be seize her lift her Into the convey conveyance coaYeynet conveylace ¬
net and drive drl rapidly away towards towardsthe
the tb west and atAith It I II said Id that the thechild thecblld thechild
child screamed at the top of her voice voiceCertainly tolceCertainly olelCertalnl
Certainly screams were WI heard In the theneighborhood tbenelbborhcod theneighborhood
neighborhood by several vera people No Noone Noou Noone
one ou however except the lb two girls glrlanamed girlsmeet girlsnamed
named meet will even venture to guess eu from fromwhom fromwhom fromwhom
whom the outcries came cameThere emThe cameThere
There The I II an air of mystery about the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole business that the police are net netable tlotable notible
able to fathom They TtI do not say that thatthere Ibatthere thatthere
there h has been no such act committed committedbut
but the lack of definite Information ap appears liPpear appears ¬
pears tn throw doubt upon It That an aneightyearold anIlshtYlarold aneightyearold
eightyearold child hould be alone aloneIn alObeIn
In the street at 11 oclock at t night and andthat andtht andthat
that no complaint ha b has been a made by byanyone byinYO byanyone
anyone e concerning her disappearance disappearancebaa
inYO baa u a tendency to discredit the story storyli toryI
li I fact to make It ridiculous ridiculousHOYS rldlculouBOYS ridIculous110yjpjij
BOYS 110yjpjij EXCITING EXC1 o DRIVE DRIVEJleury DUIVElIlr DRIVEfle4iry
Jleury lIlr Clilltls Figures FltlrogIn in I a Hurwway Hurwway1s 1uooW8Jg
1s Thrown Throwutotbe to tbe t e Ground GroundHenry OroUJ1lInry OrouuJhenry
Henry Chllds a 14yearold boy beyplayed tJctyIIa1d boyplayed
played a conspicuous part rt In a rims ruaaway NRawa rimsaway
away awa this morning from which he besame heme hecam
same me out with a severely injured foot footHe footn footlie
He n wai U driving In hi hll fathers buggy buggyon bu Y YOft
on Third South street when heD be dropped droppedthe drop droptile
the rein r lne He clutched for them so ex exoitedly ntedl1 cxcitedly
oitedly that the home a at frightened frightenedand trllhteD1Id frightenedand
and 1Id began running The boy grew grewnervous grewnervous rte rteaervou
nervous end nd augmented the hjw hjwfright h hreaI hreaIfright rt rtfrsht
fright by trying to get hold of the thereins theretD therein
the theground tbtrou theground
reins which were n trailing ttalll on
ground rou d On reaching Flr First t West street streethe atreetUte streetthe
he horn veered to the tll south and w wee wle6Oln weegoing 9 9fiolng
going flt 1 t a terrific rale The buy buyellmbed bu budlmbld buyelimbed
ellmbed out on the lbaft 10 rl rlof reach seh ° on ontf One Oneof
of the melDs when IIl1I he h lo IlIIIt t hi his bBlanoj bBlanojand balance balanotIlDd balanceand
the ground One wheel wheelpassed wheelj wheelpassed
and fell eli to I
passed over hi his Tight ri ht foot Inflicting In Ietlnr IetlnrS a apainful apainful
j
painful Illful bruin bru but doing dol III BO serious rlolII In Injury I Irr iir ¬
The hoi after continuing a aJMT aw aw
jury
S rr
JMT r w block was rtopt stopped < l by some boys boyiXo boysMo
Xo > dam damase wa done the buggy buggyLATE buurLATE buggyLATE
LATE LOCAL LOCAINEWS LOCAINEWSMr NEWS NEWSMr
Mr 0 M Pole manacer of th thItandard the theItanclarcl theStandard
Standard Ltundryd LtundrrllaJee le th t time ttan IR imnt 1IIIntthat nmiitthat
Sat that Sam am imff rho ho died at the I 1101 1101C1OII 1101Crts loir loirCrShosplHl
Crts CrShosplHl b bosImsi h II w WHk tell fMn the theIOn thewagon < h hwagon
which he drove He further furthersays turtherthat furthersays
wagon says that Mr Orof Oro took tick and t tSme bt btme became
came Sme me unconscious at hH own home homeThe honlhe bnnethe
The deceased d RtCI U appeared had h been n un unter unr tin4er
of lr Thorn fur furfc furme furime
ter r the treatment
fc ime > me tine tineBoth fHu tiniHugh
Both Hu It Dougall ton of W V B Pong Ponguf Douall Douallot
from fromthe fromthe romtb
homo
etpecttd
this th city was
uf
tb the Kwt Eatt today t tut > ut hat telegraph his hisparent hlaItnl hieparents
parent > Itnl that he h ulll 11I arrive h here w or orday r Sun Suntoy OIIRmOtIIln
toy morning m rning having stopped topped in mint mintfew lIlhafw tiiitiia
a few day Mr ixugall I is nwunuanW nwunuanWBy
by By Little Dick Young son ct I 2laorand Major Majormd 111frand
and Mrs Young TnungAlex TounlAIllolalllOll YoungAlex
AIllolalllOll Alex Johrtoa It of Tlntlc and Anna AnnarauM AnllAullt AriasyqulJt
ullt 9 of thl city clt Arttmr rt lIr B BiJiwk mHeC SBeseech
Beseech iJiwk rauM Ck 41 of Wagham rnl Jmle JmleillTt J 1mniiBill lnlt lnltHm
Hm illTt t7 of f West W I Jordan HiKh 1 Tilden TildenRlppelo 1 nd 1 den denWppeto 1I 1IRI
Wppeto RI 10 n and d Jeanette N NiiI NiiIboth i itoth >
both Jrot of alt Lake Jacob JA ob C Hall HallSi II II IIucI 2 2sad
sad Si Lieu A Hunt 17 th thp f fimmier imer IIf IIfthta ofthis f fMt
Mt eltTand tilt eit aid the latter of P Venur Venur14war4 jenvelSdward vr vrkUwaH
and andohn andJoltn andJohn
Jennlngt WIlliam lllen l1en
kUwaH
IIIiS IIIiSEd arelEItii
crt DlJaDcI
John Pollard native nativefomrUolty
Ed EItii B MIRert a native ot Frabe Frabeto f fto
to cIisiisiibp b by Judge
X fomrUolty

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