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1 u n t in admiral iitfllF T 1 0 < > his hliV hi hid hisballad
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Inn until they Ih published publishedtK
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r I t Hrillh armored fmor d ship uhlpI shipIkv
Ikv I k i km knew w nothing of thl thli this thisI
i iiiixvl hl d it In hv laiutlng laiutlngn utln utlnnc1mrnl
n admiral with llh IS 1 gun tunsiut gunI un unIn
> I In ui rear admiral with II 16r lli llii I Ij
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f h i i M 1 tiv I July SJfCopy SJfCopyr ts Copy Copytar opt optrIt
r tar I IN t Iii h Axiociated A IIted Prea Preaf J Jr 1r
r Ali iiintch pates from rom the t As Ass
s 1 i > t i i Ueap r < p ndent > Ml flen
Tf 1 i i ii i todj tll r having havl bsen bsend
d v i I lye II rantnlA animusjon animusjoni haYliSa haYliSad n nj art artm
i I day i h + y > ly I J rwpln rwplnf Ine Iner
t f r < i i cure 4I ra stiIHe there thereD UIf UIfII re
1 D i It < ioi Hundred of atin ofhlllaln oft
t hlllaln in mi m art leaving leavingi
t I n i oIl < iistr lr where fight fightc fkhtoithou ht htt
c t ulthjU 1 11 hu WtM Of suphn SUp SUpI up upI upR
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i i Hut nfantry hit hiti h hJ
i i a QII n try observer observeri
i III n and N ih commandi command
i J r ftabllsl tabll a censorship censorshipHtH DIOIIhlpIi
its Ii I nf th nationalities nationalitiest
i t tit th i trepan lion of newtF ne new ne11t e et1
t1 t I r 1 III kin International Internationalr
r ih thr anti i UMlan preju prcjuin
a lorn in of th t ht Bngllsh corn corni
i i u ii 1 thl this ctlon ctlonTHMiiPg cllonTltlHIPI ctlonrtl
THMiiPg rtl + mP FOR CHINA CHINAv NINAV
v I + i July Iul > 24Four troop uf ufn ofr f fIII
III n r remained at Fort Fortr
r r I i I i f for > r the far t But with withHI
I HI p m Nagasaki for rJIofnlindOoth fornnM
1 nnM ofnlindOoth iPI n und a or the ti
1 t vhiih 1 lilh marched out of oft otlay
t < i I lay < > and left on thei th thI the
i r i r Hun nn Francisco lra CIIloo at 1 1I eu t ti
< u < i 1 If and nC I of the theif theJ
IT J e I I if I I here laat evening evnIDTiC
T TiC r ii t i ntster outr4M 401 me moll and are arev aren
n I t MIlr v i ir Kliyjatoiry KI I The TheII
< ui II 1 ift I it UK I It ntftit n I is I prov pro
f H v tlima > in ilt and net will meet at attlt t tWI
1 tlt WI < n < MI o 5 hit went nt tod to toi
d < > I E i XL i ted te < l to arrive Iv at t
1 ao a I ii i 11 tty iy or Monday Mond and andi nd
i il 1 i 4 ii rirnport ti I H in n nort Meade about aboutA sboutAIa
A AIa IB 11 t i 11 i tMortAtlteewill t port Altec A will cir cuT
r > lIe horse 110 and nd tlitlr care taker The Th Thed
d i arture of thcuo troops leave Port PortMeyer FortMeyer ort ortMr
Meyer practically depopulated Th ThFifth The TheFlrtb TheFirth
Fifth cavalry vlr under und r Col wm Rafferty Raffertyr Url Urlf
r w atttlomd 11I10n in the Ih Weit est Indies hat hattii batorflirAc
tii b ° n ordamd tu th fort and nd will ar arrive util artite ¬
rive til eaviy Tly r next xt mmith mmithDESPERADO mOlllhDESPERADO monthDESPERA
DESPERADO OD KILLS KILLSTWO KILLSTWO KILLSTWO
TWO POLICEMEN POLICEMENOrleun
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New tW Orleans Orllinl IA I a July Jul 14 14Pollcl 14PollclJohn 24Policea Police Policeu
u i John T T Day and nd Policeman PolicemanJ
J r 1 f T lamb b are dead and Policeman PolicemanA
A B Yon Ii I In the hospital luf luff uf uff
f T r I three wound received In InL Inlast
L last night Ibt with two del delt d dI desteonsrd
I t lAOlllrd onard Pierce PI en and andn
I 1 t 1 1 1tr
rr n r attempting g to ar r rI
1 < i 1Jrut Kroee when tie the latter lattert IaUrfUJlkd
t f I V fuel fUJlkd lade r4fowed lowed dinnb din durTH
TH 1 1 i i man Mora was tV severe aevereiy It ItI Itr
iy I
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T Iv iv I surrendered but butKb NtwoulldeI
1 Kb wounded escapedI escaped e capedJIted
1 h 1 A graced and found later laterr
I > I r Ig R > > 1 a squad of officer The Theviv TbeI
r > r I viv l through I the officer officeri
r i ° T I J i oft i lfI1 n i IAmb and again In n NTT
11 j hiiir caused great ex exJest ext
t r Jest and a hundred policemen and anda nd
a alt crowd of cltlieni armed with withIy rethere re retvers
there tvers Iy tbotgun and rifle are March Marchm searchtog
tog m rIlC f for r Charles who will doubtless doobtl bekliled be bekilled bekilltd
killed en tight tightNO sightNO I ht htNO
NO MORE FOOLING FOOLINGWITH FOOLINGWITH FOOLINaWITH
WITH STRIKERS STRIKERSsnootmr
Yanoour snootmr II C July IlThe millt mill
t > has been n called out to maintaini maintain
i l ntt a at th ° ftinir M tnll village of Steveston StevestonL
L I H i r r Imscr river fourteen fourteeni
i 11 r II i fr f j r4 i it Ily > where wh LW 1100 fisher fishern
n i t v i t tin t he fortyseven salmon salmoni salmonInn Imoll ImollII
i Inn tin II i u strike and are pre prejit
v jit stmt t f 4 i innanese and d Indians Indiansf Ind Indto ere eret
f ° ° 1 I t c A iuliitlon i < signed by b bIlr
tier i magistrate 11Ielt was w wcchd re reCM rartrri
CM cchd u t cy > i i IIIT early this morn mornirjr mornUI morning
irjr UI Ir r I nt n I m two companies of ofr ofr ofr
r I v > I II i > mi m of hlch bad been bee beet
1 1 Id t t i 1 h cml ememrkd ml irked on the thet
t > II T t f fr ir r tin scene of the thei theAr
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Ar itn T r in Inr inj fn n New Wilt Wesli Wesitii
tii i ls er h < i tt > n en n 01 tered to Steve Btever1
r1 r T > < tin o comenles cam isles are ar In Intli In1r Inc
c tli 1r rpa ijjecT e e9I J eat I inl oJ We W mop who will willf willp
f p r ct tv t > ii union ihermen who whonr whonr whoor
nr HUH g t i > pt th terms offered offeredt
1 He tt 0 cr r r i t went enr > cents per flan flantli asht11
tli rtrfK i 1inatillng 1 11 1lIn IS centsJ cents
J ir tt < mi I Japan have decidedti decided
ti I f ou otp f I h l nj tnday and many man whites whitesM whit whitIn
r iv In M t i II Hhw It wlae lue fI The striker strikerI
I 1 1 I t mi luting Iulln these U Japanese Japanesetrlr Jpanl1e11r Japanesewrlr
trlr r jr 1 r iiiitis hltIn4111tbreal hltIn4111tbrealfI hit andtiave and have threat threatr
r 1 11 fI t i + + II h g go > out they th will never neverT
t I T r I itu 41 strikers are armed armedr
> r l II IIJ
5 i J J r rate to I that they the had
M 1 < > KH for an adjustment a41lIItrnentI
f n I r n > Hi i between the canner cannerf
f r 1 j i as the latter refused refusedf
f r sae ii j1 canner th the Japanese Japanesev
v c < r ne I the th e balance of the UI sal sali
r i r i n nab and nd sell salmon to the theli tbeJ theIi
li J dOG to the th militia the tb provln prolnIe
1 t Ie with 100 special ronstabk ronstabkc
c r eveston and if any III vtolenro t td II IIft Isd
ft d by the itriklng trlkln flherroen flherroenv
t tF v I I certainly be bloodshed bloodhdi
rj i JOPS OP MEAN BUSINESS BUSINESST
T Fifteen hundred Japanese Japumxer Jap nllle nlllef
r i rod i out fiihlng lIbln from rom Stevpston thU
< Ingun tll set UD USA 1 n tcitlonof tNCUom ot 2MrMlitl 200 nollllll nolllllltIT
frawr tIT ui i i n the wharf The Th ntnk ntnki
i die It < r t iiurfere luu rer Ool Wursnup WursnuptK WUIIIII WUIIIII1U
tK ti troops t had annountei announteiMI IIInOl IIInOlt
t c rI hod MI cam n there thu not for furl
i tnr > MI fir r bugles bu that each flaht
r > i v 111 n t y vfour ear rounds of < if hall halls
K i I i i that tbaal at the first sign of oft
I hy h i y would fir fI are and that thatI
t I be b short rt and u quick ulcle
TTt threaten th lfn to attack tack the then
a n their return tulll with the theUlKen
r f rh z I 14 Illrht rani ht
T 1 sot I IRila UlKen trrnpu re fui fuIGu lous at t the pres presof ltl ltlr
muchp
r rV of troop but wire so much sur lurII ur
V II d > d st the sudden uM IIMn n appearance P lIee of the tlteI
V I tl tll In ton that all aUlda Idea of violence violencei
a i temporarily banished from their tbelrid
f soda id The Th troop I rno were landed loddt loddtWlton at alvealon atvwton
vwton by UHt < t Ht 7 a mConstipation m mConstipation IIIConstipation
Constipation ConstipationHeadache ConstipationHeadache ConstipationHeadache
Headache Biliousness BiliousnessHeartburn BiliousnessHeartburn BiliousnessHeartburn
HeartburnIndigestion Heartburn HeartburnIndigestion HeartburnIndliestlon
Indigestion Dizziness DizzinessIndlosU
Indicate that goer liverta liver DYerout
ta out of order Tbs Tbsbest TbtIII8dkIItI Thebeet
best nledltiae toedidM to k rouss roussthe rouetile oawthe
the liver sod oar all sttUwte allItIe ailthese
these ItIe IBs Is found la laHtoQd k1Hoods InHoods
Hoods Pills PillsSSoenU
SSoenU z cents Bold by b all med medleuM lae dealeri deeleeeflL
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I II here 10 11 1 II the extra > t season and andW andWe andwe
W We manufacture our famotu Tore ToreCrown Three ThreeClown
Crown e Triple Bxtrart all 11 flavor flavorLemon ftavoLe flavorLemon
Lemon Le lon Vanilla Straw Btrawherrr berry Rap Rapberry Hupobt Raspberry
bt berry > Orange Almond Pineapple etc etcThee olcTh etcThese
Thee Th flavoring orln are endorsed by thelading the theleading theItacHn
leading ItacHn expert upt > rto In the art of both cooklot cook cooklag 00011M
lag and M eatingDont eating eatingDont Iltln IltlnDoat
Dont forget If you OU want delkiou Ice leeCrean IceCream Ic Ice
Cream e end cake ca to Inattt I on yourgrocer your yourgrocer yourlIWer
grocer tending you 00 Hewlett three threeCrown ThreeCrown tbr tbrrowa
Crown rowa Triple Extract ExtractHewlett ExtractHewlett ExtractsHewlett
I
Hewlett Bros CoPEOPLE Co CoPEOPLE CoePEOPLE I
PEOPLE CROWD TO TOALL TOALL TOALL
ALL TH THE E RESORTS RESORTSThe
The Twenty Twnlyfourth fourth In 8H Lake LakItnfrallJ wa wagenerally wasgenerally
generally ohened a II a holiday and nd the theetreete Ih IhItreell thestreets
streets of the city clt had a Sunday Bund ap appearance appearance p pJItranoe ¬
pearance becnuae becRU after the unveilingceremoales unveiling unveilingcercmoBlea unnlllnctremOld
cercmoBlea everybody rushed out to tothe tothe tothe
the resorts rt crowding them to the grstlflcatloe gratl gratlncatlon raU raUftcatloa
ncatlon of the manager Saltalr La Lagoon LaOOD Lagoon ¬
goon OOD the Salt Palace Calder Park Parkand Parlend Parkand
and nd the baseball game wa wall pa patronlied patronlseel palronlsed
tronlied and nd the people teemed med bent bentupon benlu bentupon
upon u on having all the fun they tbe could get getand letand getand
and at lilt account they tht were w In litfair afar a afair
fair way we to getting tUnl tUnlnOli It It1ROF itIIIOF
1ROF nOli 1111SO V1DTSOB CC JIOMB 1UJlEiwIMstingtltilbi JIOMBSdenttit JlO R RJI1stlngulihel
JI1stlngulihel Yonl Youug Sdenttit Keturns KeturnsThe UelurttSfrom letursfront
from Hurollt HurolltTh
The Th many friend fti of f Prof John AWldtoe A AWldtao 4Wid
Wldtao Wid will be very gladly surprised urprlMdto
to hear thai h he ha returned from Eu Europe J Europe u u101II ¬
rope where w he b baa ben pending pencllnlrr a ayear ayear
year la I aelentlflc research r eareb Mr Wldtaoewas Wldtaoe WldtaoeWM W14t1Oloeollllanl
WM accompanied oeollllanl d with his wife andthey and andthey nd ndther
they both are re now DO visiting with herpeople her herpeople brpooplfl
people at Provo for a few te day Prof ProfWldUoe ProfWldtloe ProfWldtsee
WldUoe WM recently tendered the poll position pollUOh paltion ¬
tion of director of the experiment t na colation nation It Ittltn ¬
tion at t Logan n which Indicate the tb con confidence 0011ftclenr conAdence ¬
fidence that the tb drtector of that Insti Institution IntItuUon natln ¬
tution have In his hi ability Prof Wldtwe Wldtweha Wldtoehis
ha b distinguished himself In chemistry chemltryand chlrnIrIIId
and It kindred subjects ubJe t being beln regard regarded rardt4 ¬
ed by b eastern IItem chemists a u one of the themoit Ih Ihmoot themoat
moot efficient men In that Held of learn learnIn
In In the United State StateTVO StatufWO
TVO 110 JlOllK lOll BUUOLAUIJfiS BUUOLAUIJfiSStore lW ItOI ROL 1lIES IItLiSPohreMek1 1lIESPoluu
Poluu PohreMek1 eng DI1tg Store awl Clirlit ChrflltlIiIllJlDIt Ch 1etetl 1etetlBell n nmi
mi IiIllJlDIt HIM Produce lloiiH Broken Into IntoThe hltoThfl IntoThe
The bold bad burglar or a bold badburglar bad badburglar bidbullr
burglar I II abroad again In and nd practicing practicinghi
hi his nefarloui trade Last night 1hI h hmade hmde he hemade
made acquaintance with th the Interior oftwo of oftwo otto
two places Iace The Th first visit was atChristensen at atCbriiteniea t tCbrtltellH
Christensen Bros produce house No Notot
10 tot south Wilt Temple street Entrance EntranceKAI
was KAI mad ml through a window that had hadbeen ba4ben hadbeen
been left down The MI atfe all wa 11 open and andthe alldtbl andthe
the burglar pryed open the cub till tillbut tillbut tillbut
but secured II ured nothing not bin for the obvious obvlourea obvlM1reGn obviousreason
reason rea on that nothing not hi was 1 there to cure secureThe ecureThe cureTbe
The ne neat t place was Fred J Fehrenaen Fehrensensdrug Fehrenaendrug Flbrenaendru
drug dru store tor on State lets and nd Plrat Fir South Southtreet Ioutbetrwt louthstreet
street The rear door wa w wu broken broll open openbut optJIbUI openbut
but nothing DoUI waa taken takenSMALLPOX tUIIr tUIISlIA taktnSU1LL1Ol
SMALLPOX SlIA LPOX r IfOP111G IfOP111GIloald HOSPITAL HOSPITALHoard OSPlJAflIkllrt1
Hoard otuesitb of Health Conrldm It Neeemry Neeemryto ieeNlu ieeNluto
to Keoimi e pm It IUA ItA ItA
A meeting of the local board of health healthwa heaUhWII healthwas
wa held yesterday tmla1 afternoon at t the of offloe afftce offloe
floe of Health Commlloar King KingThoee Kin KinthOll KingThos
Thoee present were Dr King Xln Dr Fish Fisher Ih Iher
er and lid C P Brook The smallpoxsituation smallpox imallpoxrttuatlon ImllpoxIItuUoa
situation wa mder consideration and andthe andthe 114 114the
the following tollo resolution wa 11 adopted adoptedWhere adoptedWhereas doptedofhr
Where There Tbe ha been an 11 Increase Increaieof IlIc
of even cane of email smallpox Ipol pox la I th the city cityduring cltJdUrtn cityduring
during dUrtn the last three tb weeks and nd theren there thereare th thlOOt
are n good ground 1I0u fur believing that thatmore thatmore batmllre
more cases > will develop during dUliD the COIn coming coinlag ¬
lag fall flllntS and winter and andWherea andmlrpal andWhereas
Whereas The he prevention of the theipreadliig tIaPrtadb thespreedhg
ipreadliig Prtadb of Gllbl this disease can be b accom accompllthed aecompushed
pushed by a prompt leolatloM and rigid rigidquarantine rl1l4quarlntln rigidquarantine
quarantine only ODI and nd It having been beendemonitrated bt btdtlnonlratlld beendetnontrated
demonitrated that isolation tlOlatlol1t at the thehome theborn thehorn
home born of the patient I II Impossible nI ble andquarantine and andquarantine andquaranUne
quarantine without the aid ItS of the entirepollee entire entirepolice entireUIIe
police force of the city U Impracticabletherefore Impracticable Impracticabletherefore ImpractlcbleIherore
therefore be It Itrteeolved Itneeolved itResolved
Resolved That tho Isolation hospital hotpltalbe
be Immediately reopened for or the th reeep reeeptlon ffieplion receptlon
tlon of smallpox patients and that allcases all allcae IIIl
cases l of smallpox be removed thereto theretowhenever Ibetowhlnf theretowhenever
whenever whlnf each ch removal will not enduter endan endanger n a ar ¬
ger r the life of the patient patientThe PIIIntThe patientThe
The board discussed the advlnablllty advlnabllltyof
of Irocu rocUI J ng a new pet house hon and nd de derided d dIded deelded ¬
rided to > rferto > f r to the unitary nlt1 committee committeethe commlttth
the th pioposltien of obtaining obtalnl an n appro appropriation appropration pproprltlnn ¬
priation to fix up the old mill In InSugar I I8uar Isauger
Sugar Howe Ho ward for a quarantine quraDtintlon sta station ta tatlon
tlon tlonIt tlonIt tionIt
It was alto decided In order to reduce redqethe redaceIbe reducethe
the expense npe of the board to procure procurethe procuIII
the III services INt of a medical student IItud nt to takecharge take takecharge takecharI
charge of the smallpox patient under underthe undertb underthe
the tb direction dlre tlon of the health comtnlMton comtnlMtoner C <
er The question of putting put tlnl In a new newcrematory neWcNlllltorr newo
crematory o plant was referred to C P PBrook PBrooka P11I1L
Brook tory
11I1L BACK FJtUM lr1tUJ 1 1J1 calk MEXICO MBX1COHem 1c0 1c0loll
Hem Motes O S Tliateher Reports Comll CWdlrtloas Comlltkwa Co > > l1I l1ItkMts >
tkwa ae IWntr nehi 1roiiKiims 1roiiKiimsHon
Bon Moan II Thatcher T has ha Ia returned returnedfrom returnedfrom turnedlrom
from a seven YIII week nit to JCexJoo JCexJoowhere XeaIoOb Xezloowhen
where he b ha been on a trip to hi hiraaoh 1 des desmask Ia Iam
mask m which M I located on the Verde Verderiver V Vriver Verderiver
river In the Ilerra Madra mountains mountainsnd mounIand
and nd which III I In chart of L 1 C Parr Parrhi Farrhis
hi his brotherinlaw law and 114 Preston Thatch Thatcher ¬
er pro hi MB Mr Thatcher says that th ticMormon thMormon tIIWormon
Mormon people are prospering their theirlive theirII theirlive
live II stock to doing eapedalty well He Heetoo HeIto Healso
also Ito sates tat that there th re Is much Uth talk t of ofextending ortltn4tq ofextending
extending the t Sierra Madra and ad PaoUc PaoUcrailroad Pao6lcrlUrod Paellcrailroad
railroad M mile from rom Teraraa Te the thepresent tll tllPlMellt thepresent
present terminus tarmlmiiMr termlnuMr
Mr Thatnher return Iurn In better health healththan beaItItt bahhthan
than t he his enjoyed for years yearsThe y yThe yearsThe
The people In Mexico no now are busy
harvesting hnllt their wheat The principal principalcrop prlntlpalcrope principalcrops
crop however are con and nd sugar sugarcan sugarcane urarcall
cane can There Ib I II also II an D abundance of ofalfalfa crtIflta ofalfalfa
alfalfa yielding r 1dln < < tour crop cro each year yearThe yearThe Mr MrTIle
The tea 1 there t I very Vfll prod procllOtlt active and andthe utitbe sadthe
the ooantry coast UT pote possesses i many a deli rt rtIIIIIftIN re reoarcee rasosrow
oarcee whkh will ui be develgped more morerapidly morerapidly
rapidly when the U raliraad are pro projected lItOec1 projeoled ¬
l jected ec1 threufh the country CWlIll
BANQUET BAN Q UET WAS WASA
A GRAND ONE ONEArchbishop ONEMchblshop ONEArchbishop
Archbishop Riordan and Visitors VisitorsPltmntly VitltorsPIntly ViaitdrsPloassntlr
Pltmntly Enlirtain EntrtalnedSPL1L EntrtalnadSPb1L1D1D d dSPL1WD1D
SPL1WD1D SPL1L DlD SPJ5KCHKS SPJ5KCHKSSpirit MM IAOB IAOBSllrlt 3 3r 3Splrlt
r
Spirit of Tolerance Iennd In Utah UtahCemmilsd Ululin tllkhCmmerilled
Cmmerilled n iiile < l 1 br > T lli ale l lgultlud helm JIItlnINIhd helmguished
gultlud Irelit IrelitA JrlleA 1rOIsteAs
A As stated In tut evening1 New N a abanquet abanquet abanquet
banquet WM given yesterday afternoon afternoonM
at the Alt Alta dub In honor of Arch Archblhop ArcbbJlbop Archbishop
bishop Rlordan and 114 the vlltln IIIt bishops btohopand ItIlboPlan4 bishopsend
and priests ejaUtlng till Blibop Boanlan at atthe atthe t ttile
the laying la of ha Ik comeratone of the thenew t tDI thenew
new DI cathedral of at Mary 111 111Jut Magdalen Magdalenhut
hut Sunday evening 111I1 The dinner WM WMgiven WUIva wasgiven
given Iva by b the committee on Arrange drtanterents Arrangement ¬
rents mlntlud and proved a moat m enjoyable nJo af affair atlair ¬
fair The function took place in the thegold theold thegold
gold old room rCK adjoining the tb dining 41Dt ball ballwhere bUhere balwhere
where a very Ana ilia menu bad been prepa prepared pre prepared ¬
pared pa rd The Th table were ere arranged inthe In Inthe hithe
the form of a square with very labor elaborate laborat ¬
ate at noral decoration grouped and plao plaoed
ed In excellent tilt Floral two ftetoonehung twobJn lutuonahung
hung bJn from the tb chandelier and palm palmsand palmand pabuand
and potted plant were distributed dUtrfbutedthroughout dllributt4thNubout distributedthroughout
throughout the room roo a Addreeee Add were weremade wremid weremade
made by b Archbishop Hkwdan RlrXdanIllshop RiordanUlahop HkwdanUlihop
Ulihop Scanlan Blehop Scaanel canasiOmah of ofOmah ofOmah
Omah Bishop OlorlouK of ofUPllre Boue Boueu higlssueurge
u UPllre purge T Wallace John B JI DoolyMayor Dooly DoolyMayor D oly olyMayor
Mayor Thompson Chief Chi Jiutloe Bartch BartchC
C W PenroM PllrollJ Thomae Kearn K ltDl and andJam aa aaJmeo andJames
Jam James e Iver Iv Joseph Oeoghefan aeob aeobclated om iAlelated omil
elated il ted U a toastmaster toavtmaaterTHOBB loutmtTHOIB toastmasterT14OI
THOBB PRBSBWT PREiIONTJames PRBSBWTJamea PltalnJmll
James Iver chairman of th the commit commute ¬
te on arrangement presided with withArthbUhop WI WIAr withArchbishop
Archbishop Ar hbllbop Klordan on hip bl fight an anBlihop anBllbop and andBishop <
Bishop Bcanlan on hi his left Then cam camIn earnIn cams camsIn
In the order named Thorn EesrnBishop Kearn KearnBlihop amt
Bishop Olorloux IBihop cannel Scn A I ITarbet ITarbet It ItTurbet
Tarbet George Oeo Y Wallace Chief Jim Justice Juatlce Jimlee ¬
lee Bartch David Keith P H Lan 14nJohn fila filaJohn n nJohn
John E Dooly Rev Father JotetiU ot otBaltimore atBaltimore oIBaltimore
Baltimore Clvar General Venn Xifej tt ttW l
W P OMrara OI Mayor Tnompton W WM wM WM
M OBrien J C Lynch W B gored goredIcy 8med 8medley ImldIy
Icy William Igleheart J B I Kearn KearnCapt KNrnfCpt KesrnaCapt
Capt T Egan Dr M A l Ilushee nU1ht Cia Clarence CiatIIee Clareflee ¬
flee McCornlck George Oear j J Qlb Iimlon IimlonCharles on onCIIarl a aChtrle
Charles A Quigley Quill C W Penroe an anJoepb n4 n4Joseph tl tlJoaeph
Joseph Qeoghegan QeogheganLetter OlOfbepnLet GeogheganLatter
Letter Let tiN of regret re t were received from fromthe tro trotb fromthe
the tb following Gov Well Dr Fowler FowlerJohn PowlelJobn FowlerJohn
John L 1 Weber Weber C C Goodwin GoodwinM
M J OMeara George Oeor Keel X Tfeoraa TfeoraaMartaatl fto ftoKrII tnq tnqMarshall
Marshall J D Wood and V B ORetl OReIII OReIIAKCUBIIIIOPS BrU BrUIy
1 Iy
AKCHBISIIOF8 ADDRESS ADDRESSThe
The first called upon upOl to make ID t a speech ipeeckwa
wa 11 Archbishop Riordan He II began byaytng by byaaylng by1IIn
aaylng 1IIn that Ih while In the tb Baet he 11 re rec received ¬
ceived c lved an Invitation from Blahop ScanIan Scan ScanIan I
Ian to be prevent on the grand 4 occaaioa occaaioaof 0CCiIWot I
of the laying of the corner stone Heaccepted He Heaccepted I Iace
accepted ace pted the th Invitation for two reaaonat reaaonatflrit reuonhtfirst
first because Utah wa once a part of ofhi oChit ofhis 1
hi hit diocese and secondly because eversince ever everInce vernce
since nce It wa separated from rom the th arch archdlore arebdlOCHI arcbdiocese
dlore diocese of Ban Francisco a feeling ftll of ofaffection offIltlon ofaffection
affection bad existed between twtln twtlnad hlwelf hlwelfand hiueIfand
and ad Bishop Bcanlan The acene that thatprewnted tUtpellnted thatpresented
presented Itself to him on Sundaymora Sunday
more than repaid him and It would be beremembered beremembered bremembered
remembered a II one of the happy everof event eventof ve veof
of hi hll life He e was wa pleated to we ee Sal SalLake Salt SaltLake llaltLike
Lake City elt It represented In such large largenumber lar larnumblr largenumber
number He wa pleated also 1110 because becauieof be < au auot
of the great t generality enIOIIt shown by b the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of the diocese Irrespective of ofect titleel ofSect I
Sect In helping the bishop to erect uch sucha ucha uchrand
a grand rand and nd magnincent building Arch Archblihop Archbllhop Archbishop
bishop Rlordan then wild wildOne taldOn aidOne
One thing that Imprwie me forcibly forciblyon I
on coming to Salt Lnke U t th the spirit plrt of oftolerance 01tolrance oftolerance
tolerance that la I everywhere manifest manlfeetThe manlf manlfThfl manifestThe
The rule of liberty libert of conwlence la gen generally plIraU generally ¬ I
erally raU observed The Catholic church churchha churchhas
has ha ever been a strong IiruD upholder of this thliliberty tJal tJalllbert thisliberty
liberty llbert A man conscience oon lence la and andihould andboUld andshould
should be sacred Whoever Invade that thatliberty tha thalI thatliberty
liberty lI rlY commit a wrung rllll We w may maytand IIIIYtand maystand
tand at the portal and nd plead and IU I w wgue atgue AIaut
gue If we believe we ar Sre right but the themoment themumnt themoment
moment we Invade the sanctity aneut of con conMlence CXII1chnct cooscience
science that moment we w are on lrol lrolhlch grouuwhich round roundwhich
which should be occupied by God atone atoneI
I would be glad lad to 0 have you ou all alllow fol follow fooilow ¬
low me m over the entire ground which wb I Iam Iam Iam
am traveling but If you OU come um only onl halfway half halfway hICw
way w we w mUll part good friend at the theera lIIeC1OII thecross
era cross road No reason lIOn when In obedl obedience obedl1ICtI obedlInce ¬
ence to conscience we w part that there thereihould threIoull thereshould
should be any IIY Illfeeling Ill feeling Coercion en entering enterimg 11 11lrlIII ¬
tering the tb sacred domain of oonecleiKe oonecleiKewa
wa w never successful luCCtillulnd and It I II only onl right fighttthat rightthat riltltthat
that It ahould be 110 o for who but our ourcommon uurcomlJlOll ourcommon
common Father ha any DY right bt to Intersera inter interfere tnterff ¬
sera ff with what Ii aacref IIC acre to the th indi individual Indlvldull ladlvidual7 ¬
vidual vidualHP vidual7He
HP referred to the th action of Bismarck BUmarckIn
In trying to coerce the tb conMience of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the German GermanempIre empire eaa lr and which resulted reiultedIn
In a miserable failure and aa which tootoday too tootoday tootocly
today is I talked of a u one of the big bigmiatake bllmlltal bigmistakes
mistakes mlltal of th the great at German Oel lUl states itateman ltatHman statesman
man Continuing h bp aid IIldWb aidWhen aldWhen
When Wb o on Sunday we sing our hymnei hymneion
on the tb hill on which our cathedral will willtand Wiltltand willstand
stand and nd other sing their hymn ontheir on ontheir ontblr
their bills bill bill we differ a u to the methods metaodbut metJIocllibut methodsbut
but when wh n w we come down to everyday everydaylife eve eveItf
life Itf and nd mingle In aorlal and bushes buatmeerelation bul bulatlon bushesrelations
relation atlon all II them Ih 1I difference are a and Q4hould sadshould andhould
hould be forgotten and all s1 are broth brother brotbud ¬
ers er and member of a common human humanity ¬
ity Thl I III the settlement which I Ihave Ibave ihave
have always aJw found In Utah m and Dd It I IUUIte Ii asource a aourc
source ourc of great t pleasure to observe It ItWhatever It ItWbatlvr itWhatever
Whatever the tb difference of opinion opinionon
on religious mattery matter mtt the speaker aid aidhowever laldi laldihowlver aldhowever
however path might diverge there therewa tberWU therewas
wa WU a ground on which all could stand atandthe Itadtb standthe
the tb love or of country count there th was M one onehymn OIIehymn sachymn
hymn which all could sing 1I111ly My Coun Country Count Country ¬
try t Tl 115 of Thee TheeAt Tb TbAI ThenAt
At this point in the peroration the theapeaker tblker thespeaker
speaker ker WM interrupted by a apon tlpataneous apontaneott 1 OII OIItafteou
taneott bunt of applause that ahowed ahbwedhow ahowedhow lb wed wedhow
how thoroughly hi his auditor wore w with withArchbtihop withArchbishop Itb ItbIabL
IabL IabLAlCllblillop
Archbishop Archbtihop Rlordan closed his happy happyremits happytelarts
remits u with a fitting anecdote of the thehUe theIMe t tlate
hUe civil war When the tb army of thenorth the thewn thert
wn north rt + and the he h army rm of the 8OUI south were wereencamped WNped wereencamped
encamped ped on opposite tides 14 of the Rap Rappahannock Rappallllln Rappahannoek
pahannock pallllln within hearing distance of ofeach oftub ofeach
each other otb each ch side naturally plait playaIts playing plaitIta
Its national air the th boy In blue played playedth played playedthe
th the Star Spangled nrltCI Banner whenfrom when whenfrom wbenfrom
from across th the river came the tb strain strainof Iralnlot
of Dixie The result of this bl naturallywaa naturally aalurIIWII
Was to Increase InrI tb the warlike spirit onboth on onboth onboth
both sides As A th the notes of these t twoairs two twoairs
airs 1111 were dying away someone with withtOrnet a acornet acornet
cornet sounded the air of Home Sweet SweetHome SweetHome WHt WHtHom
Home which touched a common chord chordIn
In the Ih hearts her en both sides del andbrouvht and andbrought Dd DdbroulIhl
brought it tear to many anao a poor OOtlOld OOtlOldto soldier soldierei wldlereyes
to eyes > ei m he h dreamed of hi homeltererrhtg home homeIMrrrlng bomeHrrlh
IMrrrlng to Salt Lake the archbish archbishop ¬
op said td that it was so centrally located locatedthat looatedIhltt locatedthat
that it wa WI destined to be a great rea city
i hlne ing the only available distributingI distributing dllrtbtaUJlnt
I joint iint for this Intermountaln region 0 He HeMe H Hegar
Me 1111 practical advice a u to tl what par parent parpnll parCuts ¬
Cuts should do regarding rd1nr their children childrenwhen childrenhn childrenwhen
when hn favored with wealth 111 and d that thatwa tbltYo thatsea
wa Yo sea to teach them the Ih Importance and andnecessity andof andneceealty
necessity of carving tn for themselves themlvnlch a aniche aniche
niche IB the tll temple of IUCCMS by theirown their theirown throo
own hand for It they theere were left withwealth with withwealth wltllwealth
wealth and without w Ith ut being beln taught to towork toork towork
work ork they tb would be failures fatha In life lifeEDITOR lifeEDITOR lifeEDITOR
EDITOR PKNROBE8 REMARKS REMARKSThe nE itEIIARKThe AnKi AnKiTII
The speaker akr who bo followed f < > th the Arch Archbishop Arohbishop AroilbIboI
bishop were w Bishop Bccnlan Scanlancamel anlaokanael BUhoji BUhojicamel
camel II1ihsp BMMBJOterteux D awiovx and Miter It ItW C CW CW
W Penrflie The latter tttd I be eon
HH + + H + + + + + HH 4l + + + H + + HH HHI + + r + + + 4 4Robinson
I Robinson Shoes ShoesFor ShoesFor ShoesFor
For Boys BoysIf
If your boy bo Is I tough on shoes shoedbring shoesbring abOtolbrln
bring brln him 1nThe in inThe InTbe
The tougher he b Is the better betterwell bett bettwell
well Ilk it itWe ItW ItWe
We W build all 11 our boy bo shoes shoesAnd sheejAnd III
And build them of the Hit fceatwearing Hitwllrlq bestwearing
wearing kinds of leather leatherThen IthrTbeD latherThen
I Then we w throw in some 10mIa MM MMDish maaalsh
Dish Ia styles to please plel the boy boythe bo bon boyfLU
n fLU the pair pairf patrt patrt pairR0111NSON
t
f t ROBINSON BROS1 CO COSMOG COSilO COSI2o
SMOG BUILDERS J2I 1 M Mass l 51 51aldered StHH
4 + + HH HHed N 4 + + + + 1H + + + + + N + + + 14 + + + 4 4aidered + +
aldered ed he h had bad been Inveigled Into t his hispresent hi hin hisrat
present n rat position J > < 1ItItion bsvln having j been sjeureU sjeureUby unci unciMr
by Mr O Gt < > oght olhern an that hene Ih would be bepeechmklng liepefChm bee
e peechmklng pefChm hmabing ln As me of the oldestrlsl oldest oldestresident oilletrtlthntl
resident rlsl ents of the State present he tookpleasure took tookpleasure toolCP8IUIUIf
pleasure In endowing ndo the liberal send aentlmenu sendmeat ntl ntlrnau
menu of the Archbishop u to the rights righ4sand rightsand rlfbtlud
and liberty of conscience of all 11 people peopleunder peopleundr peopeender
under the son D He 11 must confess jWnlNuch as asmuch asmuch
much uch surprise urPf e as admlrstlo at atctJprelol1l t suejh suejhoxpres l lexpression
oxpres expression lon from a promiMBl prom t prelate prelateof p pof
of 01 th the Catholic church MrtoC been beentrained betntrained bolotrained
trained In his earliest daMo d reglrd reglrdthat re rethat N Ntllt
that churck i as the tb errtM e t et IItelulnc altolerance Ij Ijtolerance
tolerance itr r Pease Itn H tc tcgro tou 011 We WePotllb thegrowth
gro growth tb of Catholic Ca oUo Inititu Inititufrom Utah Utahfrom Utahfrom
from the time that thatToun thatYoung PrtI 11 11TClunl
Toun Young aided aid Father Fathereral thr KI s lb lbr1 lib liboral
oral donation to aid him In Inand W work workand rtc rtcd
and d referred particularly particularlypttal bo boPltal ions ionspjgal
pttal and academy under underCharity underth u gcsbf gcsbfChanty I IObartt
Charity and nd Mercy whose whoselabor Nand Nandlabors and
labor of love and not of ofworthy i0en i0enworthy N Nworth
worthy worth of 0 all n admiration and I endThe r rThe
The speaker us assured nd all presegi prelsnwhatever presegiwhatever pr prhtever
whatever faith that the body bod dt1 of ofwhom ofwborn ofwhom
whom he h represented NAnted could staq staqthem tsqthem I Itbem
them on the plane mentioned by byArchbishop byArchbishop 1 14rcbblllap
Archbishop promoting the tb welfare of ofthis ofthis
this 1111 great nation one 011 country one flag flagone liteODe tagone
one constitution ecI lhltlon on one purpose in view vlewthe viewthe
the I promotion of liberty lI rt and peace peaceTie peaceThe I
Tie 11 people here hl recognised the th right H ht of ofaH ofall 1 1aJI
aH to believe bell that which appeared true truela truein
la their own eyes and nd perfect freedom freedomof
of action s1 long a u they the did not In Infringe IntI1ne infringe ¬
fringe upon UP II tb the liberties llbertl berties of others oth and andhowever andhowevr andhowever
however they might differ In belief they theyoould the theoould theycould
oould work together tlir to promote the welfare wel welfare el elrare ¬
fare of the t nation and nd of all mankindOTHERS mankind mankindOTHERS mnklndOTHERS
OTHERS WHO SPOKE SPOKIILater 8POKBLater SPOKELater
Later Chief altt Juitir Oaorge tiflsrteh W WBarton Wrlrh
Barton rlrh George Ooor e Y Wallace Mayorf11ompeop Mayor MayorThompson > > Gr GrmPtlOD
Thompson mPtlOD J E Dooly and Thomas ThomasMearni T T4omavifearn omu omuI
Mearni I n briefly brtn addressed those sium sium62Alli ftra ftraraM m mAll
raM tt4 tt4All
62Alli All All the tb speakers ken wero 0 Intmduaefl Ihtrod IhtrodToutmuwr IntrodTeastmaeter < W WTaastmaeter
Taastmaeter Qeoghegan wbeet w wily wilyremarks tremarks I Irmarlt
remarks and bright tallMa alllebthe ewrnleetl ewrnleetlthe I Itb
the tb banqueter time and time agalo agaloSHORT agsillSHORT sgalaSNORT
SHORT LINES LINESTAKE LINESTAKE LINESTAKE
TAKE ANOTHER ANOTHERWho
Who nay th the Short Lines cant t1UIfbueblU play fdtybvsebiIlt playbiaebftll
biaebftll 1 Well they Ibe can and the th fact tactwas factwa fctwu
wa admirably demonstrated at Walk Walker ¬
er field thl this morning In the th presence of
200 persons when they the came within an anace anace a ace
ace ce of shutting butUII out the lad from Pooa Pooatello Pocatello Foostello
tello The score at the end of the seventh seventhinnings v lenlb lenlbInnln nth nthInnings
Innings Innln oCcapylng just one hour and andtwenty andteDtl andtwenty
twenty minutes rnlutn1 wa was 1 lour to onIn fa favor favor faor ¬
teDtl
vor or of 0 Jimmy Cllpplngeri crowd crowdHOW crrowclHOW crowdhow
HOW IT STARTED STARTEDIn ITAa ID IDln I IAa
Aa In th the flMJnning first Jnnlng nnl both team went wentMt wentprt ent enttJt
prt Mt 111 I 01 a and aeiwlthout without maktowa mhkMt 1WIa a hit orgetting or orgetting orfIIIIII
getting to first Eubankiicaow up fifst fifstfor JIIItfar
fsior for the visitors and lId seat te a grounder 11011 toMargett to toMargetts toXarettl
Margetts who played first t today edayeCupid todayCupid cMkooupld
Cupid Klelber kltlblr came next and truck struckout itnickout truckout
out and nd Uncle Bill Haynea HayaegSghhd BHiihed the thething thething
thing Ibtn with a pretty fly to shortIn short shortIn IIhortIII
In the second Taylor oad Klmerer Klmererilngled KlmeNrInrled Ktmerersingled
singled and nd both scored Taylor on rightfielders right rightfielder rtlhtneldr
fielder error and nd Kim went down to tosecond tosecond
second on Lllll wild pitch and d stole stolehome tol tolhome
home 10 Margett went out on pitcher pitcherto
to 11 lint rt and Dd Aibury th the little centerfielder center centerfiMer
fielder got to bag bl No 1 on halls baUtol baUtolto stoleto stole stoleto
to second l eolld and cored on an error of ofXurans orXuran ofKurans
Xurans The other runwas ruD Will male e by b bl11Itr
Miller la the th fourth coming home Q1IeII Q1IeIIlJalkley on onBarkley n nIlerkleys
Barkley single InI The visitors made madanary madQftU madenary
nary a run until the sixth when hD Lllll Llllldoubled 14111doubled IIII IIIIu
doubled u and scored on a single I from fromXIMERERB fromHaynes
Haynes HaynesKIMERER8 Haynes HaynesKIMERERS
KIMERER8 GOOD woRKThe WORK WORKThe WO IC ICTbe
The Pockles Pockl only suooeeded Hi ob obtaining obIne obWaring ¬
taining Ine three hit hits off Klmtrwlao Klmerer who did didUM didtbA didis
UM twirl act ct for the Short la a man manBer 1DAhr roannor
nor r refreshing to behold hGIIi Th TM best of otthese ofth ofthe
these th the was 11 Lllll doublLilli doubleLillis double doubleUlltt
Ulltt wa harder to find today tO thin thinIn
In th I tie prevtou game Ime here Pour hits hluar bit bitart hitsare
ar art tabbed against Int htm He also passed pssiedthree Jl passedthree I8d I8dthne
three men to first In th the fifth tift Kimnerstruck Klmerer Klmererstruck Klmerertruck
struck out Kuran In three straight straightthrow straightthrew rlrbtUIroWI
throw He laid Harmon on the tenth benthIn tenththe
In thethe the second and that all ha got In Inthe Inway
the fb way 1 vf f striking out Ulllsjgot t a alike aItlle alike
like number striking out Cain and
Barnes BarnesTh Sa 1 > iThe
Sah
Th h game m was umpired by b AI Illckey IIIekeIIJtI
The same teams play thin tWtW1lOTaylor AlleetodnTaylor eMtecnoan eMtecnoanTaylor
Taylor will pitch for or the Short Lines Uneand IIDaael Linesand
and Harmon for Pooatello PooaUo1oUo1II1
Following I Is the lb scores I
It II R 14PosateUc RShort PIl1aort
Short Line 4 4 1 IPosatello 1PoIallo 1ItOS
Posatello 1 S 4 4KIOS 4mos
mos 1IMli DBKKAT DK Kll 11 1U14 L LQtm IjOHSlEHS IjOHSlEHSSllleAIlliI YPEits YPEitsSpleeltdM
SllleAIlliI Game at Ogden O nThts This Norm NormInS HoniIBPECIAL
1 InS Pon8 Nine II lfte1thg lfte1thgSPECIAL 1ltehInjrISPECiAL
SPECIAL TO TUB TUBOgden XIIWI XIIWIOlden NEWS1 NEWS1Ogden
Ogden July MThe Wo Orande d and andOgden aD4Olden andOgden
Ogden baseball teams played a twttt twtttgnme IwtttID w wgates
gates ID at th the new Glenwod Qi Park 1 this thlmnrnlnc tbllmornlne le lemorning
morning and nd the contest sseeuUa sseeuUaeg MuUe4 u e4 in a avictory avinol avictory
victory vinol for the visitors v to Ogdan Oed was de defraud dlf defraud ¬
fraud f ld by a core tw of seven to two Thetime The Thehume TIlehum
hume team made eight error and d the theKius tblRWt theKIIEI
Kius only on onlyg five PendMfra raa dM the thepitching thepltcilin thepitching
pitching g f for the Rio Orandee aad It was wasthe WIIthe wasthe
the best ever eeen 11 here HI support supportwas IpporttlD
was An flue also 11110WHDUJ also11Rll10 lo loWBDUJSQ
WBDUJSQ U A Nr iT1llh TUB WJIITR WJIITRA tilIiITIA
A young oonpl from Tooele O 1frngls 1 1tIIIlld L LKngland
Kngland and Edna B Morton mire mireunited wereunittednin N NUftItcJ
unittednin united la I marriage lIIam at t i oclock this af afternooa IIternooa atternoon
ternooa by Judge Morris Sommer M MM NW Mif
M Adamson also a o of Tooele wltneesed wltneesedth
th UM otreatenlee which bleh were w quietly Ietly held heldin latldI heldin
in I the hotel parlorrertl parlor parltirtLonl
Lonl lloberto J Ret btortli > r Ling Iilna Ojien OltonLandon OjienLondon OlenLolldon
London July 24 t4An An official dispatch dlipatchreceived dllpltchreceived dispatchreceived
received here from upetowa today toda and anddated anddated ad addated
dated Monday July 23 23Thfl ears earsThe saysThe
The railway northward Is I now clear clearof
of 0 Boer The Th line IIn Ii I tUfhtiy IIPU damaged
but will soon tie i dar car Captain Fowler Fowlerproceeds FalerplW Fowlerproceeds
proceeds plW da to repair the telegraph telegraphMI tapbtH telegraph41I
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Phlladflphl Ihll lpbta 40 40Mttibull 66 Ml MlMtttburf 041Pittsburg
Mtttburf 40 M = SM 116Chicago
CIa1 Chicago N 66 513 113Clnchbastt
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KawTortc KawTortc01XOIVNATI Nw York IC 41 311 311OIX01NSTI 171CINOINIATI
01XOIVNATI AND A IMIILMHS lIIjLU Till TH8Urrors TUoUrror Tillhrore
Urrors IJnyod a Iroinliieiit lIllIedt Part Inho In Intho IIItho
tho Coolest CoolestPhiladelphia CotitoatPhiladelphia CnlltostPhlladlpbla
Philadelphia July 2JError played playeda
a prominent part In today game b btw be betWlllln between
tw tWlllln n Philadelphia and nd CincinnatiWhen Cincinnati CincinnatiWhen ClnclllntIWhn
When It seemed almoit Impoaalble forthe for forthe lorUti
the local to More Wood made a wildthrow wild wildthrow wildIhrow
throw In tae seventh Inning two runs runeweultlng runsreaultlng runlu1tln
reaultlng u1tln In the ninth Inning Phila Philadelphia Phlladelpbla PAlladelpbla ¬
delpbla had a ed of two ruM and withtwo with withtwo Ith Ithtwo
two men out Slaele 1111 muffed Corcoran Corcoranfly CorooranSfly
fly allowing Cincinnati to tie the scare acoreAt 100 100At scareAt
At the eniio f1 the th eleventh Inning the theame theme thegame
game ame me was 11 called owing to tl > > ds darkneaa darkneaaAttendance dokn doknt knees kneesAttendance
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n H ILCincinnati a aCincinnati BCincinnati
Cincinnati 4 t tPhiladelphia t tPhiladelphia IPbllaI
Philadelphia PbllaI 4 T 0 0Hattrtee GJaUmNeton 0IJattr1wNewton
Hattrtee JaUmNeton Newton and JIIl Kahoe Dana Danahue Danahue IIA IIAhue
hue and McParland McParlandUmplre McFarlandUmpireTerry lcParlndUm
UmpireTerry UmpireTerryOrtMR Umplre Um pi rerer Twry TwryGA3IB 11
GA3IB 8TOPPKI nv DAHKNItSS DtRKNIISSChicago DAHKNItSSChlooRO S SChiollRO
Chicago and Itrouklyn Tlo but Play PlayInn lIA1IIIIe flaylug
Inn Bugled Hlldoilin in the Ninth NinthBrooklyn XlnthDrooldrn NinthBrooklyn
Brooklyn July Jul St SToday Todays gameseemed game gameteemed gamemed
teemed med hopeless ho tl for Urooklyn when hen the theut theJut thelast
Jut ut half of the eighth Inning began beganChicago beganChicago > egnn egnnChicago
Chicago having a lead of 7 to 2 R Thehome The Thehome Thehome
home team made a great rally and with withthe withthe withthe
the aid Id of three th hits a couple of passesand passes puetand pUllelaad
and some errors tied the More Both Bothaldei Bothlid Bothsides
sides lid were we blanked In the ninth and andplay andpIa andplay
play pIa was w topped by darkneei darkn Attend Attendance Attendaaoe Attendsues ¬
sues 1MO
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n H E BChicago EI EChiesgo
I Chicago 7 10 4 4Brooklyn 4Brookl 4Brooklyn
Brookl Brooklyn 7 1 1Z 3 3Batteriee aBatttrlrIUban 3BatteriesCallahan
Batteriee BatttrlrIUban Callanan and Chance Me MeQnnltr lIeGnnltT McGnnlt
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In the tenth Inning Sulllran hit over overthe oyrtb overthe
the tb left hid fence for four b bases M win winning winnln winning ¬
nln ning the game Dtnen had excellent excellentcontrol uoeneatC exoenentcontrol
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Will WII1Ila Play III Suit < lIlt Luke ImkoCheyenne IjllkoCbeenne LukeCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo yo July Jul July23The M STb The Chey Cheyenne Chyennp Cheyeeae ¬
enne Indiana the crack baseball team teamof teamof
of the Wilt which hu b a record oftwentyseven of oftwentyaeven oftwe
twentyaeven twe tYMvn Victoria out of twenty twentynine twnlnine twentynine
nine games 1111 played this year will leave leavehere leavebere leavehere
here this Ihl week for a tour through the thewectern thewtra thewestern
western part lt of the State Idaho and andUtah andUtah nd ndlTtlb
Utah The Th team will open In Ogden on onSunday Oillundr onSunday
Sunday the tttb After playing threegames three threelamea thtltm
games m there Salt Lake will be visitedand visited vlaltedand vIIltednd
and nd three garnet ram each with the Rio RioUrande RioOrande Rioband
band Westerns and nd Oregon Or ron Short ShortLine IhortLines ShortLines
Lines will be played Pocatello Butte Butteand Buttand Butteend
and Helena will be slated vf ltd and nd return returning returnIn returning ¬
ing In three more game will be played playedat
at t Ogden and one 11 each at t the tb following tollowl tollowlWyornln
Wyoming towns Evanston Rock RockSpring Rock8prln flockSprings
Spring Dawllni and nd Laramie Arriv MrlyIng Arriving AnlIn ¬
ing In home about August Unit two game gameawill ram ram11I gamewill
will 11I probably be played with the Denver Den Denver Denvr ¬
ver Neeft and the team will leave for fora
a trip through Nebraska X brkl playing at atNoth atNoth t tNO1h
Noth Platte and Grand bland during
the street carnival at t those place placeaAPTBIl pllotlPrHn placeAFTlllt
APTBIl THIS CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIPJoe
Joe Gene Hni Clmllcticod Irant IrantKrno PmntI PrnrtkIlrnc
Krno I rllo ntr Another AnothorNew 1I Fight FightNew hl hlNew
New Yoric July MJoe 1S 08 Oana the theBaltimore tbeBaltimore theBaltimore
Baltimore lightweight today depoetted depoettedwith
with James Jm J Corbett JlOOO to bmd a amatch amteb amatch
match with Prank 1ak Erse of Buffalo for forthe torthe forthe
the lightweight championship Qana notbeta not notbeing notbelli
being satisfied with the lilt meeting
If Erne will not accept this chal challenge cbaJto challenge ¬
lenge Jto H MM Oant manager I will let letthl Ittth1a letthis
this thousand go a as 1 a forfeit for or ormatch a amatch amatch
match with lth Terry MrQovern and will willagree Willtn willagree
agree to the th aano term a u the Brno RraeMcGovern BrnoMoOovern IIrnJloOovrn
MoOovern match matellthat that ti that Oan Oanwill GahllwUI Ganswill
will agree ar to top ItcOovem In ten tearounds tenround learoundl
round If not HcOovern I II to get theIeclelon the theW thlfIClOD
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New ew York July JW 21Mr Jane Janeaay IAtact I1nday
aay 1 who began a 1500 mile bicycle blcJ me rt4elut
last Monday Ko ar over the Mrrrlck road romlLong
Long Inland finished her task at tH tHthia I Itldl 1Nthis
this moraine after having beaten beat alllong all alllone n nI
lone I dietanre records for women om ommad shemade She Shemade
made the 1600 role mi In 114 hour and 41 40minutes 41minute f fmuee
minute minutesMrs minuteMr mueelira
Mr Mrs Lindsay did not equal the tb men menrecord hNfIreeord mens mensrecord
record Will H Brown covered the die dielance distance d dtallCe ¬
lance In 1 la < 1 hour ud 14 minutes mlnvteeTQ3 IDlnteITQ3t3h minutesTQ1tILT
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day says saysTommy ay
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John Root R ot o thl this city clt will wi flg Jit flglit t to tonight tonlh tonight ¬
night nlh six lx round Ild at t 116 1 pound uad ringside rlaweldeare d dre
are re the th coHdltlonH oodltonl of the th match matc It I will willprobably wi willprobably
probably be one on of lr the tb greatest et middleweight middle middleweight IIe IIewtlarbt ¬
weight battle bt ever cve fought rut It will wl be bea
a case c of a clever tclentlflc IlentGc hover boteragaJMt be hoveragaaet
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the bettor bttpr of 0 it I and an the betting bl menhave men menhave rnaha
have ha made him a favorite at if I le to I 5but Ibut Ibut
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1 big bl Jack Jeffries Jtrt and amllar Harry Forbes Forb he hehind hohind behind
hind himGeorge him himGeorge
George G himG filler ilr is I to be the referee refer and andU andIe andLe
U Ie will wi give Ive a decision dello on points nta should shoulda lould louldknOkout
a knoak knockout knOkout out fall f1 to materialise materialisePeople mtrtlls materialisePeople
People Peple who generally eneraly have a good gooddeal 11 gooddal
deal to say IS about abut coming battle btU8 are areuncertain areuUlrtalu areutnerain
uncertain about abvt tonights bout but Fol Follower FolIwen Followers ¬
lower Iwen of fighting f tln know kow that Ryan nTI la isone laone t
one of the lb shiftiest hftft men 1 In the ringthat ring ringthat ringtht
that h he can bit as hard as a many mn heavy heavyweights bevy bevywelbt heavyweights
weights welbt and ii I a ring rtna gentlemen ellUml of ofconsiderable ofcOnaerble ofconladerable
considerable cOnaerble experience ererleDce He le baa bl a line lineof lne lneof lineof
of experience eprlnce that might mlrht discourage discouragemany dllure dlluremn discouragemany
mn older than Root It Is
many men Rt I ex expected expfCtld expected ¬
pected that tht these thf things will 111 bring brn him himsafely hln hlntel hImsafely
safely tel through tb uh the encounter encuater with Root Rootbut Rootbut Rootbut
but he will wi have several teer matters mUel to at attend attend t ttnd ¬
tend to before getting oR or unharmed unharmedRoot unhrme unharmedRoot
Root Rot la I a younger ouher man and full tul of ofhard ofbrd ofhard
hard and telling tell blows Oen OD opening opnlnr
Is I enough for Root Rot He le has also had hadsum ha hadsome
sum 1m some jolts Joll recently rnty that have laye taught taughthim tauhthim taughthim
him to keep his Jaw under uade cover cvr He Heha le leha liehas
ha ha shown himself himslf to be b game ame and nd his hisrecuperative hi hircuprltlv hisrecuperative
recuperative rcuprltlv powers POtl are wonderful wonderul In Inthe Inthe inthe
the course cur of a sixround bout he h may 1
be b outpointed outpointe by Ryan Ra but bt If I he finds findsan
an n opening opnln he h is llgely 111 to settle lette the themiddleweight themlddlwlrbt themiddleweight
middleweight championship question
In a hurry hUI Root chapnhlp has over thirty victo victories vlto vltortes vlotoriea ¬
ries to his Jil credit crei and If f defeated detl ted to tonight t tonight ¬
night will wi have hve the th first tnt black mark markagainst mrk markagainst
against IIt bit record recordRODE rard rardRODE discordRODE
RODE AGAINST TIME TIMEThe
The TsrrJUe Turvle Brothers Br6tes Rode Roe Against Tm TmThl tIm timeThis
This Morning MorningOn MorllnOn
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On n Motor They Clip CIII Oiln Cn 1 a 3Illn In in
131 13 1lnt Which TU Clt the HieAVorldi Ibeorld theWorld
World orld Itecordi ItecordiAt Ircord IrcordAt itecordAt
At the saucer r track thus tbl morning mmln mmlnCle
Clem Cle and ad Charlie OU Turvllle Trl took t out outtheir outtber outtheir
speed l their tber PtedClem new 1 meter J1ir cycle Ccle for to it test t af afPted ofspeed f fl
I ICIm IClem
Clem hal always awy felt confldenf ecdonf that thathe thathe
he Ia and nd his brother ber could oul4 lower lowt tat tatIa jhe jheworlds he heworlds bewold
worlds wold Jtor motor record N and now no he Ieal1 Ieal1but to I all allbut al
but sure of IL It After At ptaolmr 181 around aroundthe aroundthe roundtbe
the saucer lutr a few fe times t they Ibe decided ded to tolet talet tolet
let the machine out Watches were eN held heldon I
on o them and ad Charlie Carl pulled pule out th ththmttl tbthrntte the thethrottle
throttle thrntte and let her go goThe goThe I
The iBcoeeded laee In covering orlng one mile I In InJuit InJut anjust
Jut 134 I IC Hat lt which wlth equals eu11 the worlds worldsrecord woli woliJor worldsrecord
record Jor and tonight tOtt they are determined dfthe
to lower It wo 0 or three seconds secondsNttW Ind IndNIW secondsNlilt
NttW NIW MOTOIl 31TOIt HIIOKK HIIOKKClmln ImOImChRln ItitOliliChain
Chain Dronks Ircnkf on TnrrllloA Tnrvlof Mnelilno MnelilnoItcpnlrcd MacbinoItcpnircd IICllilo IIClliloncJRlrcc
Itcpnlrcd ncJRlrcc Later Jjlter Honoior HonoiorCharlie Jnwer JnwerChrll HowevorCharlie
Charlie Chrll and an Clam Turvllle Turvile u were re out outon outIn outon
on In the saueer 1 test lt evening fenln with Char Ch Chlel
Ilea lel new n motor ntr cycle e for a trial trkl pln
The TI machine mahl behaved he pretty PI > well II for a I
few IW miles mi when h one OD of f the th chain broke brokeand brokeInd brokeand
and that put an 11 end erd to the motor prac practice practc pracIlce ¬
tice tc The o motor broke bke the same fme a aChapmans u uChapmans
Chapmans Chpm did 41 last lt Friday night nllht Motor Mo Motorcycles I 0 0loroyel ¬
torcycles loroyel tor cyclea are a all al right nbt sometimes lomelmel and andsometimes endsomelrmee ad adalet
sometimes alet they are Ir not They Tb cannot
be depended depeJ upn u n at any time timeOnmo tm tmJnClo
1 JnClo nguo Onmo Today ToilnrTwo TOlllr TOlllrT TodayTwo
Two T league baseball bbU games am were W r4 on
today ta at Walkers Welkl Held The Short
Lines I and a Pooalello 10 are a scheduled abduld to toMonn 10fll topep
fll pep
Monn IORI MATCH M IATCI tTC1 HACKS HACKSClem UCR UCRClcm RACRsClout
Clout Turvlilo Tlnlo and I II cl Oscar OscarAnxious OlcCr Jnlhte JnlhteAnxlons lhl lhlllxloll
Anxious llxloll to 0 Try Chapman Again AgainArrangements dgalnArraagsneets nn nnArn
Arrangements Arn t are being bel made ma for forr a amatch anateh
match rajwfer r noa for next Ixt Tuesday evening
between bl Jjhn M Chapman Chamn and Clem
TarrtlU Tmlt The be distance dltan to be b n 2 < mile milemtter mUt milemeter em
meter er pared paredOscar seed seedOtoar e
Oscar Oor Julius Is I training he cay for fora formateh
a mateh race rac with Chapman Chpman for fo K Kmilts Iimi 36miles
milts mi motor paced It I thinks thnk he can an
defeat deet Chapman Chpma In that dlstsnor a athe I athe
the t Atlanta Atat boy by Is I ready rd for a rac racany rara < I Iany
any a distance distanceLATE dlitanceLATE dlltno dlltnoLATE
LATE LOCAL NEWS NEWSThe
The State prisoners prlner were not nl f fag < v vten 11
ten today Thl Thle afternoon Ifeaon lads 111 i 111 111Drdn i iHoyden a
Hoyden Drdn and nd party pat went out tn th thhetltutlon < i ietltutlon IUtutlon
etltutlon on the hill hU and tnt entertain entrtalnlr entertatneaInmates I IInmates
Inmates with music and reiltin Jdlajr JdlajrAmng ret Itati r rAmong rAmong
Among Amng the spectators IPttOI was young yuunKMajor YOUIII 1 1Majors
Major under sentence lntlnce of death f flr < > r i 1killing ikilling IkUIn
killing kUIn of Capt Brown who thorough trmrouKenjoyed t tenjoyed I Ienjoyed
enjoyed the program proram presented presentedSheriff prllted prlltedfherl presentedSheriff
Sheriff fherl Hnnell 10ell divided dlvtdl his hil fun itween I Itween ItWen
tween tWen Saltalr and Calder park Ilark ul Icdl IcdlTbe ly lyCHURCH > v vCHURCH
CHURCH NEWS NEWSThe
The regular reulr monthly meeting meUlg lt f fhome r thome rhome
home missionaries mllorle of the lb Salt 8al I IStake II IIStlke IStake
Stake of 1lon Zion Ion will wll convene In the th thplto T Tpleton Tyleton
pleton lecture lectur hall hl Salt Sl Lake LakeWednesday Lk > it ittnld <
Wednesday
Wednesday tnld July Jul ISth ItOO 11 at t 7 73 73t 3u 3um i im
m A full attendance ttlncuc of the th brethren brethrenIs brelhr1
Is I requested requestedThere ruatt ruattTht requesterThere
There Tht Is II no longer an anany n ocu excuse r raar fany
any one 014 to endure edure toe tb torture tortur lnfli lnfliby Infj Infjbr Intlby <
by piles pi when TABLHRS DUCKli DUCKliPILH DUCKEIJILR UUt6htPILR
PILH JILR OINTMENT OINTINT will I cure ere them thmiremedy thl themremedy
remedy e so 1 moderate moder t In price and amieffective I andelfp nl nlIftv
effective elfp Iftv dve Price Irlc 60 1 0 cents cn In bl blTubs b bot < > r rTubes
Tubes Tb 7 1 76 cents Ont Z C M I Drug DrugChildren LChildren 1 1Children
Children cry often otn cry ey not from frombut from trm r1 r1but Id Idbt
but bt from fr hunger hUngr although lhough fed fe nbun nbunantly RbunU nbunsully
sully U The Th trouble trou II arises arll from frm Im Imtlon Inr InrUODi inntton
tlon their thir food tO Is I not assimilate asilmlltteldevoured Atlnlatetl assimilatedevoured I Idoure
devoured doure by b worm A few riot riotWHITES doWUTE dos1VItiTLi <
WHITES WUTE CREAM CRE I VERMIFUOr VERMIFUOrdestroy VERMFUGI VERMFUGIderoy VERIIIFUGIdatey
destroy deroy the worms wonR when whe the chlidr chid childrwill n nwill
will Wl begin brn to thrive tlrl at once onc Iriu lrI J Jcent Jcnl i icents
cent cnl Z C M IL t J Drug It Dept DeptIf DeptI
If I the stomach tomah liver le and n bowel bI f1 f1to t fto r rto
to perform Prform their ther function fUlton reruln rerulnand rrUIIId regu6uand >
and d naturally nltural the Ih blood bo becomes bmt c ctamtnaled t tlaminated
laminated tamlnte with Ith Impurities Im urIU and i iwhole I I1hol 1Whole
whole 1hol system le I In consequence coniequenreMlltated conuencl consequencehllltated
Mlltated biltlt HEKHINE lER I E Is remark rctnatkfor rArk rArkfB remarkfor
for fB Its II efllcacy elcary In curing crtng the allnvi allmof lm r o J Jf
of f summer aumme and the disorders dll ef preva prevaduring prtai prtaidurlDr prevahduring
during hot weather wMler Price 11101 M cent ctU ctUC i iC aC
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One 0 fare for the round trip ttp tu < lpoints 1 1points 1plnta
points plnta 25 In Utah July 2314 rnl C Limit J J2S JI >
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