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14PGE3T1TE THE THEDE THEDE1jtly DE
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OGDENS bii MA MAYOR MAYORTo VOR VORTO
TO ENFORCE LAW LAWDeclares LAWNec1a1es
That He Will Suppress Vice as asFar asFar asFar
Declares
Far as Possible PossibleVltat What lie lieProposes HeProposes tieProposes
Proposes to Do
Sr rrlaV r rl4 to the th News NewLOg
This morning Presi PresiOJ7V Preslenl 1reIanI
1 lThlll
OJ7V Og 11 P J n hurtllfl and Rev J W WMho WlU0r WPTh3t
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anI enl L nsl ncfprm com coma COIImlll oIl1 oIl1rnt
ot Mho the tm Citizens
lU0r conference with Mayor MIlurfr
mlll 11 ha hlld a what hftt steps ore Kolno Kolnolooking tOItIUtll ohii ohiit
to ° ft Ee e
fr L wPlpg looking to the supprcs supprcs1r ItIlPrCtFO4fl
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tll t be e akc future of the vice that thatt lintift
IbO 1r r I
FO4fl a In These gentlemen tny tnyyo IJnyItt ft1YtLt
knt t K 1 h tp r
U ift j nmphntlcally proposes proposeslut prolsosct
Itt tM th t yo rllltly lut Iv all tho slot ma maxt maIjj innri0
Ii Uv 1jtih 115h rvihetherornotllceni rvihetherornotllceniT whether or not JlcenA JlcenAIi
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rOLlCE WILL RAID DRUG STORES STORESThe
I The 1h Wink jk Two Finger and Other High Signs io ioAbolished Bc BcAbolished BeAbOliShed
Abolished by Official Action Shameful Sale of ofIntoxicants ofIntoxicants ofJntoxfcants
Intoxicants to High School Students
complaints have been beenOt IJeen1D beenme
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umefOUS
rJvllre h l1dquarlera Ot otI latwn lat latoIt °
1D me e at seUIW liquor to youns younsVi ouiiirmET ounr ounrmen
It I wn nnd nndly nndbirge nULLurges
Vi bclJW b w the age ar E ot ° twentyone
men have artuallY ly been > made that thatdimculty thatyoung t tyoun
urges girl have nO dimculty in obolntng ob obChief obtliiolog
young Chief Hilton at atncee ntopce atonce
Inlollcanl
tliiolog II rigid and determined determtnedetgatlon In Inwtlgatlop
once ncee nceelg began made mndothat mndethe madethe
charges nnd
wtlgatlop lg oftt ot the
discovery that while thero theroM therunre therowere
ItartUpg
the raloonlteepers ull utlty ty ot otthP oftte
were one O or Q two
ccmplalued of the source sourceofthfrmM sourceof sourcoolth
thP M oftenlc >
ofthfrmM olth of tt11 ron evil llis lL Is I elsewhere name namely
w ly In n nItaln ittta toS tores of this city citycase citySelera1 cityeeral
Selera1 day ago a I case ca cao o of a I reECCWIS reECC reJ reaPectLbt > ec ecble >
lad laCY who was given von ft ftunder nrrnk airnk
t tLbt ble YOllng yo
rrnk t tjlncy ot whiskY aDd soda odn under some SOmOfltY somuaY
jlncy fltY na name IfU rrllOrted ted to the no noan o oaol
11 an aol that bat II 3 not OO the only one by byinr bYBlY ZyanY
inr anY jaws IT M ot raiy days da HI9 IO Detec Deteclire > c ct
WnotWed JaCM notned omo of the drug druGdfml drugtJSTetc3rfrl
t lire
J5MSM1M dfml tJSTetc3rfrl rfH dotes a rushing ru hlll business businessIn buslneIn
In DM thl lite I e that they would have to totjflc 10tart toiek
tart iek up or n other wot wOlds da put a I stop stopto toJ toJt tOlto >
to t tk th unlawful unllll lullrallk tralll They fhe were In IntwiMd Infrrmd Intad
tad that the wink two fingers fingersM fin flngrL rs rsif
M if L and other high signs wouldnt wouldntp
p uy y more but It l Ia as easy cas to tocvif 10chr tolLtte
cvif lLtte ft the ilgiu as to break campaign campaignrdjM
rdjM eL s as will be presently seen seenTtew oeen11m aeflTLre
Ttew l Is more than one un place In Salt 1aItut SaltLitenhero 8altLAt
Litenhero LAt where a rail for bread nnd but butWir butttr butu1
Wir ttr nrPlgs r PIK f ft ° t will bring brlll out a full fulljnn ful1r fulljran
jnn r Jln flaw gl4 s of vh whsky sky syrup and soda jodaCbW RodaCtlcl sodactw
CbW Hilton stated tat d the other day ay thatthe that thattie thatbe
tie be evil was grow grolln ins and becoming becomingnott
noN dangerous every day and he heprcpMM heprforom henceoes
prcpMM to put a stop to It ItHe ItH ItHe
He H MJS that he h knows of cases caneswhert caseshere caseshete
whert here > young girls have been taken In
GRAND JURY CALLS WiTNFSSFS WITNESSESoresflgntion IT lirilvJJiyJa lirilvJJiyJaksllgation
ksllgation of Bribery Charges Against Hawaiian Legislature LegislatureGoes
Goes On OnAtty Atty den Dole and Treasurer Lansing LansingReleased LansingRcleased LansingReleased
Released From Testifying
H lhju n n u T H May 25 2 via San SanTi SanJI SanTJ
Ti s J JI i 1 Correspondence of ofV oft oftI
V t A ut 1111 I11IRsJfhe i 8g The grand 11nl1 Jury juryIn
< 1 t Inutfjutc In gate reports of o bribery briberyMth
Mth Irt iI h I 3 iur ur h I still Btlllin In session and nndkaJiiui1 on onbs andL
kaJiiui1 bs L mal no n rfpoit so far Circuit CircuitJJj CircuithJCi Circuitys
JJj H liirlph iriph js > s has released Atty AllyGta AttyGtn AttyTnsurer
Gta I D > < ic unj < 1 T Tnsurer cnsurer Lansing Ianslll from fiomV
tlf < V i i the ground thnt all they
kJ h arl rJ en n th subject about whichtt which hlclisund
tt sund Jury ur questioned them was wasiU wasLp33 wasnj
Lp33 0 nj iU iv thy > y had ha given the names namesl
l d Ih i f Irln fr m whom hem they received re rert rep reL
p L rt I rn 1 S of ArtcGov Coop
I iri j v ur rintondent < of public publicKJ
j rks 1 KJ < t i M f
I h hJffl m were also cited citedr
I
i t > r t Judge Ju < l e Humphreys and an
r 1 > M 1 they lIw should not an anM onI
I Ii r M n put 1ut to them dccls dcclst
Ii 4 h t been b en rendered The Thei
Jt t1P I i inff In flg many man wltnessfs wltnessfsluf
rOn t t luf b HR Investigations Investigationsi
r i h forts of liquor men menI Incatnsary
h jr
ik llinar I n ary law and pro pron
I n bavins to do with
F rnln L 4ne m im I hPHhiiC5 lisc h SC1 for tho llono llonor
I 1 Y r tnpinlps nnd am Hie lion Honand
s 3 I T l mill and Innd com
f3Qy aOy n7 A uc directors of o the latter
Inl T TIl n < > i Confronted
by a paL po poM 10
n L M 111 pistol half drawn rawn and andi flfld1tIl
Ilil a I I i lOr f men me and boys led by b I IIP
IP l
1 r losing dOhln < in on him fromGdtUng from
Ih
r o 1 II1IS s W Grifllng turned a at
i 111 list t hit hi temple last even
Ir trc
1 ulttfd lltlp < suicide Ho wan wanv W II
IAkI kl
v ar P arrest on R 1 charge of ofand
1cr
O >
tot I S and when brought to toIlq
1 111 the I 1 Ilq life rather than submit submiti
rllp r i t > of capture Captureel
naal I 1 illI H persons witnessed the thei
L i 1 Iced Icedone
Grm
1oasy J 11 L one tlmo had consMcrable
La I Tuic r UkJn iwt u I all in a venture In
n district In 1W After his hi
nil side and nn back entrances would WOU1LLIO WOU1LLIOlocked bo bolocked bOlockld
locked up and that the screens nUll nndblinds olldhllnds nUllblinds
blinds would bo removed so that the thepublic thepuhllc thePublic
public might command comman a 1 view of the thewhole thewhole thewhiole
whole Interior of the saloons saloonsThe saloonsfhe saloonsThe
The members of the committee e ore oreaccused aronecuHr1 arenccuaed
accused of working with undue haste hastoIn
In regard to the reform and moreover moreoverthey moreoverthey
too radical radicalHut ra radicLlIltit lcaJ lcaJI
they arc charged ohnr < l with being
I Hut they stty that thntnll all on 01 curt they re require reo reoIullu toluire
quire Is obedience to the law It The Thelatter Thelatter Tuelatter
latter provides very clearly that no sa saloon saIIIln ¬
loon shall bo permitted tl to stand within within3QO
200 fen of any un school house or chinch chinchwhile churellhlle chureliwhile
nt lealit lealiteIGht leaMteight cabt cabteight
while hlle on ono street there are
eight or ten saloons operating wltliln wltlilnthose wllllinthoso withinthose
those limitations
to these places on tho pretext of being belnctreated belnttrealod beingtreated
treated to soda odn nnd nn were ver given givenwhisky I1vellwhisky givenvhisky
whisky and nn < soda under sr some > me Innocent Innocent1fancy InnocenttaMY lniiocentfancy
fancy name Ho says that It is a I start startfor slnrttor startfor
to tobecome tobecome tobecome
for many young men and women
become conllrmed drunkards drunkardsSome dnnknrdsh3oiiie runkor s sSOIl1
Some of the drug rug storeH have taken takenout takenout takenout
out a liquor license and nn the chief Isdetornilndd Is Isdetermined Isdetormlned
determined that If they persist In sell sellIng HcllIng soillag
Ing Intoxicants to minors and 110 < woinorr woinorrand WOllleland womerand
and especially after 7 oclock p m mthe mthe Uithe
the proprietors will bo arrested nail nndtreated nnlltrent nailrented
treated trent d the same us any other violator violatorof
of the ordinance ordinanceA
A most lamentable spectacle In can cannectlon 0011nectlon cannection
nectlon with the practice has been the theflagrant tilena theilagrnnt
flagrant na rnnt sale of liquor by drug stores storesto
to school students Not Ions since nN nNdltloim n ndlllol1R nlhItirnu
dltloim became so bad In this particu particular ¬
lar that complaint was ofllelnlly made madeto
to Chief Hilton IIlltontha that t High School stu students students ettidents ¬
dents frequently went back to their theirstudies Ihelrstudies theirstudhc
studies from rom recess In nn Incapacitated ineapneitutetlcondition Incapacitatedcondition tell tellcOl1llltlon
condition and that heroic measures measuresmust mlasuresmUst measuresmust
must bo resorted to to abolish the sale saleof saleof saleof
of liquor to them The offending offendingApothecary ortcmllllAl1 offendingppatheary
or apothcoarlcs weN wcropromptly weNpromptly ver0promptly
Apothecary l1 olhetnry
promptly notified and en Improved con condltlun condltlllll conlitton
dltlun was nt inc observed Hut It lib libsllll IB IBstill Isstill
still patent that th t the lie signs chore Indi Indicated h IjiiticatOd t tcnl ¬
cated cnl d are being worked to the th learnt learntalizatton demornllzatlon denioraJlzntlol1
nllzatlon of those who employ than Of Ofcourse orCJurs Ofcourse
of sUm atudiits Atlldllts sUmdLthtS
course only onl a small percentage
diits have be been n addicted to the habit habitbut habithut habitbut
but there were enough of them to thor thoroughly thoroouhlY thoroughhy
oughly alarm thosoin charge cIHf e of the In Instltutlon Instltutlon instttution
stltutlon stltutlonChief stltutlonChlet stttutionChief
Chief Hilton this afternoon Instructed Instructedhis
his men to servo formal notice on alldrug all alldrug nilIru
drug Iru store managers that they Iho must mustkeep mustkelp mustkep
keep within the law from this date dateThe dnleThe dateTime
The flr first t one who disobeys > 1 the order orderwill orderwill orderwill
will If evidence against them can be besecured besecurc besecured
secured securc be promptly prosecuted
company com pan have been summoned as wit witnesses witntses wItnesses ¬
nesses nessesThe ntsesThe nessesThe
The legislature Is still In session 00flaldering con considering consldertn ¬
sidering appropriation It bus rop rIll rIlla ivl ivla
a letter from toni ActgCJov Cooper giving givingnew gllngnlW
new estimates but the Home ituura ituurawill ItulIIwill itUi rs rswill
will probably cut them ns they the are nowengaged now nowengaged nOlIengnsed I
engaged In making heavy hea outn In sal salaries salnrles salarle ¬
aries of government ofllclnls and clerks clerksThe clorkRTIll clerksThe
The house tabled the estimates of the theacting theoctln theacting
acting octln governor oVernor with n message to toawait toilwnll tonrnlt
await a decision ns to the legality of ofhis othlR ofliI
his liI status 09 acting nelln governor a ques question questlon queslion ¬
lion having arisen In Judge Humph Humphleys llumphmeys
leys court fis to his right to occupy pccupysuch occupysuch occupysuch
such position AttyGen Dole bag ren rendered rendere ronlord ¬
lord < 1 an opinion that ho Is legally lrnll act actIng aclIn actlag
lag In governor Qov Dole Is Mill at n nmountain nmoulIlAln amoummtnlfl
mountain resort and his physician ban tmasordered banordered haRorderll
ordered him to stay there longer longerTho longerTh longerThe
The Th peen of a large quantty of ofopium otopium ofopium
opium In i tJn flnll n inii I vAnt nL much dla dlai hoed
i ElII d and there Is difference of o opinion opinionna
na to who i1o Is irspi 1tMpulHlIlJle > imiule fur Its coming cominghere comlnhere coininghere
here The police state that the opium opiumh
Is from Hongkong and that torso hH e quan quantities quantitles qtiantitles ¬
titles of It are unstnmppd ehnwng that thatIt tha t tIt
It has been smuggled I1l11u glld Into American ter territory tcrrlton ttrritory ¬
ritory There Is now no territorial law lawicgardlng IBWeganJlnJ lawmegariling
icgardlng opium the old hw having havingheiMi halniIell havingleIl
heiMi Iell declared unconstitutional and andopium andopium andopium
opium smoking Is going on very gener genernlly gonerally
ally 011 among al11on tho Chinese
A DITEcTIyEsIIIWIIATIC DETECTIVES DRAMATIC SUICIDE SUICIDEConfronted
Confronted d by a Policeman n and Shrinking Shrlnt < ing From Public Humilia Humiliation Humiliation t1tiniiIiation ¬
tion lie Shoots Himself in the Presence of 500 People PcopleOnce PeopleOnce PeopleOnce
Once Did Secret Service Work in inOgdcn Ogdcn
I Iwent
return from Alaska two years C rS Intcrhe Intcrhewent lnterhwent
went to work oric as a a detective Illt < < Ie In San San1Ynnclsco Sanrnnel SanlrnnciseO
1Ynnclsco rnnel co He nl n1o o reformed detec detectlo de dstectIe tee teetho
tIe work for the authorities of Ogden OgdenUtah OifdenUlah OgdenUtah
Utah UtahInquiry UlahInquiry UtahInquiry
Inquiry nt Ogden today lode > elicited lit littie littlo littie
tie Information concerning concern In the suicide suicideChief Hulcldeehlef suicideChief
Chief ConlUk present flre enl head of the IK IKllce 110lire P0lies >
lire department knows nothing of him himand himan hImnail
and an Chief 1endtr who has been doing doingorilclal doingottical Olngolllelal
orilclal work In Ogden for the past tn t six sixor l1 sior l1or
recollects recollectshim recollectshim reohhectshim
or eight yonrs oon hut faintly
him him It Is stated however that he Is Isknown 19known isknown
known to have been stationed there thereand Ihereand thereand
and done work of a secret lecltlItnlce service order orderon
on come Important case the nature of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which docs not now appear ow or very V 17 clear cleuly altariy
ly
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sI KUNCIPALS IN THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LIBEL SUIT CASE CASEThe CASEThe CASEThe
The trlnl of the libel suit Itought by Jy Mrs rs Josephine C Woodbury Hcilnst tlJ lnllt Mrs tr Mary rnr linker 0 rl Eddy dtj now IB proems proemsIn s sIn
In llosloii Is I cxpeotinl eXII cll 1 to divulge many ImUI > things about tbe be inside In lIlI hiMry b tory of tlnUtlan l11I1 lInn Science Mrs Iu ooribuiy was nt uric uricllnio uneIInlo onellama
llama one of Mrs rr KKljs most U1o t Intimate Ie friends Mrs rl Woudbury bnstf hr libel suit on lerlnln inmates IlIr8Sa cs from Mrs ilr Irs Eddy Eddylier Edd1I
I 1 tier concrrcntinn in tlio mother ctmrdi In iVwtiv Hv t lie Ie asks lI k8 fot dnnmjoi dll11n > Rmcnntli to 11 SIHOOOO SlfiO000jasaa H OOOO OOOOA
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THAT LYNCHING LYNCHINGAT L LYNI1I LYNI1IAT YNOHINGAT
AT LOOKOUT OALBefore CAL CALBefore GALBeroro
Before it i Occurred Officers WorBesought Wor WoraBesought WorBesought
Besought to Take Action ActionGRAND ActionORAND ActionGRAND
GRAND JURY ADJOURN ADJOURNEDJlnt Ei EiJim ELJnt
Jim IttCorc Itoilj of troiiiliirnt Cltl Cltlycn CltlZUlli Citiicims
ycn t rrleilll rrlntlJllslrlct lrltl AtlurnvyTuo AtlurnvyTuoHut Iornc roe fooUu roeliii
Hut Uu to Attciul to HuHer HuHerAlturas iIeItcrAlturas Iollerlturas
Alturas Cal June 1 lDetoll Details hasbeen has havbeen hnebeen
been received roccl hero of the causes lend lendIng hnillIng leadlag
Ing to the lynching at Lookout yestor yestorday yenterday e8tcr e8tcrda
day da morning of five menCalvin hallila Hal Halhis nailhla
his sons Frank Jim and Martin an anhis IIlId IIlIdhis anhis
his soninlaw Daniel Yntlls YntllsIt YnlV YnlVIt YntiisIt
It Is claimed that for some time past pasithese paslthese pastthese
these men had been systematically till tillferlng JIllterlng p11ferlng
ferlng stealing and an robbing throuthou throuthouthe
the tlm entire lower end CII of Dig m Valley um onthut umtliit IInd IIndthlf
tliit hundreds of articles Ih their pus pussession IIUSscsslon iwosession
session had been Identtfled as stolen stoUiproperty stolenproperty stolemProperty
property by the persons from wlion wlionthey whomithry lholllthf
they thf had hn been taken takenLast tllkennsllueltla takenLast
Last nsllueltla Tuesday May Ia 25th tll three proml promlnent promlnent liromlneat
nent citizens of if Lookout came to Al Alturas AIturns Alturns
turns to get the grand jury Jur to tat tatsome takosOllie tamseine
some action against these men but thigrand the thegrand tbgrand
grand Jury had adjourned just muse ihivihours 1118hours musehours
hours before the delegates from Look Lookout Ioukout Iukout
out arrived here and hence could Ji Jinothing do donothing linothing
nothing The three Ixx lookout > kout citizen citizenthen clllzensIhen citizenthen
then went to District Attorney IS I C CBanner CJollner Clionner
Banner and naked him to go down < ant antattend and andI1ttQl11 antattend
attend to the mutter He replied thai thaihe thatho thailie
he was too busy bus to go They then wont uenito wontto Hlntto
to Judge O V J Harris ot this pliiue Ant Antemployed and andtJmplolid antCiflllOyetl
employed him to tuke charge of tinaffair tin thentrlllr tinaffair
affair He agreed to do ho no If he couJget could coiutiget couldRet
get the district attorney MUIIIn to deputise deputisehim d llul1le llul1lehim
him him for that purpose lie was not abU abUto abimto
to get J t the npiH nlllllI ahiohJsent > lment lnenl hut Instead In lad tludistrict the ho hodistrict
district attorney uppulnted C C Aublu Aubluof
of AiJIn ll1n to Investigate the lie matter matterOn
On Thursday Calvin Hall and nUl hll hllthree hlathree htlthree
three sons and IIndllOulnla ionlnlaw I were arresttd arresttdfor
for Os petit letlt lurctny lur n under un er a warrant hsued Is Issued IsHUed ¬
sued from the justices court of lookout lookoutand looloutolld lookoutand
and their hearing or preliminary ex examination e ealnillutioll oamninatlomi ¬
amination was s set t for Frlduy No 0 ball ballwas ballwas bailvaa
was granted nn and the live prisoners wets wetsithiced weieplaced welellucctl
placed III the custody eUllo of A J Carptinttr CarptinttrM
M II 1 Unnvn and Sidney Brown who ho were wereolllclally vcreolllcialiy Vtfeolllcially
olllclally deilgimted for that purpo purpoJ urpoe urpoeJ
J 11 Myers My I > lrs the justice of o the peace peacealso imft 11Uenillo < e enUo
also keeps a hotel at Lookout and lh lhlie the theIhe timetire
lie prisoners A with lth their three guards guardiwere guardswere uatd uatdwere
were In the oillce of the hotel when the themob thelIIob themob
mob came to seek Its to pry Irt lime live livedoomed lieiloomimed Ihedoome
doomed men hail not the slightest sus suspicion IIUBplclon suapiclon ¬
picion uf the awful fate about to over overtake Oertake overtake ¬
take them and An their three guards were werenlwj werenllO wereusa
nlwj usa IgnorHnt of the lie terrible tragedy tragedywhich tftrredjwhich trai1ywhich
which they the would wmr cos be omlJelleti com pel I wl to tovvlinoK 10wltnCMIIbout towitncsa
wltnCMIIbout vvlinoK About bout 1 oclock In the morn mornIng mornlog 110mIng
Ing the door of the room was uddenly puddehyLiirowii udd uddenlyIhrowl1 nly nlythrown
thrown optn and the lie mS m rushed InlULl In Inand Inunl
unl and seized the prisoners In Spite of the thercmonstratlon thlremonslratlon theremnonstration
rcmonstratlon of the three guard uartlll One Oneuf Oneot Oneif
uf the guards fires lil his pistol and and tried triedto
to prevent the Infuntted men from e tar tarrtll earrying r rrylng
rtll rylng out their awful purpose f but all allIn amili 11 11In
In li V vain ln The mob overi overpowered > owered time thiguards IhlItuirds timewards >
guards and compelled coml > elled them to go along alongind nlonpnil alongmnIl
nil ind assist With ruililw hnmla the theIvo th thShu thlye
lye Icllms k tllls were taken along Mnlu Mnlutrcet Mauiitreet IAIIIslrCll
< trcet to the large bridge which lilIAn lilIAntile I4IIU4he iu iuhe
tile he Pitt river Ipon nrrlvlng there a alempen ahempen aiemnpeii
hempen noose was quickly plAted plAtednroul111 placedirounit < l liround
iround the neck of eadi e < I1 of th > doomed doomednon
non and the rope made fast to the tim tlmei8 timlets I Iher8 I
her8 lets > of the bridge hrl < l e Th ClIIII n without n mo moncntg muiicnta
ncntg hesitancy the furious men menlUSlioO mmIIuhC menushmed
lUSlioO < J their live victims Iellln off 01 the Ih bridge bridgeml hrldllennllaunched
nnllaunched ml launched them Into eternity eternityMU8 etemltliltS eternityMItS
liltS MKIXIJjrs COXDITIOX COXDITIOXIliillttln COXIll1roJlhRlclnnl CONilTlOXliyslcIani
JlhRlclnnl Iliillttln 8nn tin Her Coif Coifillllon Cnndllion CommLI
illllon LI Ii mu Is IsHoiiiculuil Morn Va 1nuirnblr 1nuirnblrWashington lnUlrnhlrWnhlnltnn turalsi c cWashington
Washington Juno I IThe The bulletin 11ullllngnr r rardlng m marding
gnr ardlng lng Mrs McKlnleys condition thiS tliltlornlng llilmornlnJ thiSmorning
morning Is the most encouraging eJcJura lnr state ilateicnt stateicnt Stlilpment
icnt given hen out since her return The Theiree Thlthree Themree
three iree phvtlrlans were In consultation consultationnly
onl nly > a abort time nnd at H ocltxk tm tmledlately 1mmediate Imiedbmlaly
mediate ledlately nftor their departure derl rture Seer Srcyutelyou SeerIrtelou cy cyrteiyomi
utelyou gnvo out the following foIl lni bullc bullcii bullctill bulbii
till ii
iiMr Mr Ir McKinleys phyrltlarm report reportmt rCllofIttthat
that mt she rested well during the night nighttid nlJhtund
und tid that her condition Is somewhat somewhatlore
more lore favorable this morning niornlncThe mornlnThe morningTime
The President appears oJp nts to be cncour cncoured cncoutBRed eneourted
BRed ted ed over the Bllghth Improvement Improvementtown
town nnd ffl this thl morning took n 11IItroJl 11IItroJlthrouch utroll utrollirough trohlrough
rough th the White House grounds In
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of nKhlllHa englucemoQtiEI nKhlllHaQUErm
QUBHN QtiEI AND BMPBROn INQUIRE INQUIREDerlln INQUJnFBerlin INQLIIlElierlin
Berlin June 1 Andrew 1An4rm D I White th thUnited Ihe IheUnll timlYniteti
United Unll 1 States ambassador has In Informed Infornwd Informed
formed the corespondent of the Asso Assoelated ASHOclnted Assoclnted
clnted Press that both the empuror am amQueen and andQueen anQueen
Queen Wllhclmlna yesterday durlni durlnithe durlllifthe dtirlnithe
the reception held hel between betwt n the acts a atho nt ntIhu iitime
time gala ala performance nt the t ie e opera mad madInquiries msdeInqulrlcs madlmmquirles
Inquiries regarding tile health of Mrs MrsMcKInley lII MroMcIlnley s sMcKlnler
McKInley and then expressed their bes beswishes best1sht8 besiIstmes
wishes and III sincere sympathy with bollthe boll boththo botitime
the President and Mrs McKInley McKInleyWILL McKinleyWiLL lcllnleyWILL
WILL REMAIN IN INCONTROL INGUTROL INCONTROL
CONTROL OFCUBJ OFCUBJWashington OFGUBVashlngton Of CUBA CUBAWashlnston
Washington June J Jiipe l1e tXI It Is official officialstated offielaJlilutc offlelulistated
stated lutc that the United States will remain renmafrm re reomain
main on contiol in Cuba Cu a until the Plat Plattumintlmeiit Plattntltcl1lJment PIntanmendnmeimt
tumintlmeiit has hns hecir IvubiittitttRlly IvubiittitttRllyadopted 1 tsubstNmitllhyadopted lbwl lttllll lttllllndolll
adopted This was communicated tOen t tden to toOon <
den Wood last Tuesday llIeMt1a by B Sitc Secy cy Hoot Itooand Hootand lLooand
and bin autlon ha been approved by th thPresident tho tholreslclellt timlreabdent
President PresidentH
H li I STKVKXSOXS 8nJPSS s nhlI nhlI1ltJllI JltAVK JltAVKIJuiit Iit Vl VlIiout
IJuiit Oiimtlr Horn Plnecs CrosS Crn o aScoWls oScotch ot I IScorch
Scotch Ilcntlirr Oil It ItApia itApia I IApia
Apia Samoa May Ia > 1 IT 1 via San Fran FranCisco FtII1elsea Pranelsco <
Cisco June Corrogpondonce l ICorro pondonee of thuAssociated thi thiAssociated I
Associated Press IrossThe The Unltul Statwwarahlp Slates SlateswnNlhlp Statciwarship
warship Abnrenda with Gov 00 U F PTllley FTilley FThiiey
Tllley of Tutullu was In Aplu Sundaythe Sunday I
the Ktli of May and lemnlned until the thinight tii tiinight I
night nl hl of the Uth During Us fti ftiLieut stiJieut Il I
Lieut Com Dorn assisted In the annual annualceremony AIIIIUIIIultlIIony aminuaceremony
ceremony of placing a crown and croec croecof crOllof croseor
of heather from Scotland on the grave graveof graveof grartor
of Itrnlicrt Louis St Stcn Stvenson StvensonNatsmaP vcnon vcnonMataafa on onMallUlfa
Mataafa lies 111 Inaued a manifesto call callIng calling all allIIII
Ing tiKin all ppoplc to dwell In friend friendship friendIIhlll friendshili ¬
ship and tendering his thanks to ih ihQerman the IheGennan theGerman
German Kovernment for the state olpeice of ofIJe ofparses
parses IJe ce now existing In the country He HeHcknowledncs HelIeknowledlcs liesicknowiedges
Hcknowledncs In the same doctirmnt documtntjust doctirmntthat ocumtntthRt
that his title nf alilm sllll hlglet hlgletchief lm1gietchief t tchtp
chief In I emitted to him by the Im Imperial 1mJlerlal lampenal ¬
penal Get Jprman man emjieicr empel < r who ho It the tluRivatest IheIrealest thegreatest
greatest king kin of Samoa Gov 00 Solf met metMaleltoft melMallItOA metMaleilea
Maleltoft In FIJI nnd has lmn proinlnnl 4 ha haIieople list ii iiPeople
People t In Samoa that ho will he h > allow aiiowtd aiiowtdto id idto
to return to his native country countryThe countrThe countryTii
Tii The native nf Tutulla hBo loireeamniiieted nhnost nhnostcompleted nlmlstMmpletPl1
completed the delivery 11111 of tho copra copradue copradue Uprndue
due for district tuxes tuxesGov IIIXIIIGo taxesiOV
Gov Go Tllley will leave for the United UnitedStatiH UnitedStatell UnitedStatti
StatiH on tho Venture on May 10111 29 29Y 29CInunl 29V
Y Onlral MnulilnlslH 11I Strike StrikeUtiffalo SlrlkrUutrnlo StrikoUutfale
Utiffalo June 1About About 400 machinist machinistof
of the New NI York Central rnllrond and andtheir andIhelr andtheir
their helpers numbering about 50 50ftruck 50ptrutk 50struck
struck today for n ten per cent Increase IncreaseIn
In wages wagesTO uvegesTO 8G 8GTO
TO UHO13 SYMPATHETIC 11O STICKi STICKij HTlmmJrtlIhlcllt 4TibiIlrciiiileiit
j JrtlIhlcllt re dilontorintprnntlonnl urllllrrllnliunal Machinists MachinistsSolnjj MnchiiktsIoiiig tR
Solnjj 10 n Canada CanadaChicago CallallllChh CatinilimChicago
Chicago Chh RIO June 1 President Melllcnn Melllcnnnnd Mehikantoil Iellicannlld
toil llutlneM Agent HoJerlrk Ho erlrk of Dis District District Dlstrt ¬
trict trt No S Internntlonnl Association ASHlIcin tlon of ofMachinist otlachluIIIH ofMaciminIste
Machinist will leave tonight for To Toronto TorOllto Toronti ¬
ronto to I confer with Proildent OGun OGunnel OConnell OCunmmcii ¬
nell of the International organization organizationrelative otltnnlzallonlelatlve otnimnizationrelative
relative to the strike of mnuhlnlsU now nowIn no noIn nowin
In proKreiw In Chicago It Ill Is assumed assumedthe
the th trip will 111 1 ls oe for or the purpose of urg urging urgIntr mirgin ¬
ing in sympathetic action on tho part > IIrt of otthe ofthe ofthe
the Hilled trades trndcaThe trtdellthe tradesThe
The total number of machinists who whoare whoar whoare
are ar > now nn out on strike In this city Is Isapproximately IIIIpproxlmaltly isapproxImately
approximately 1410 The number was wasnot wnRnol wasnot
not increased InrrlA e < I today tooa Manufacturing Manufacturingemploy Mnnufaclurllllemploy
employ whose tho machinists have gone ROIIOnut gonenut one oneoul
nut will meet this afternoon to consider conildcrplan cOMlderllanl considerlilana
plan llanl for or terminating Ilrmlll tlnr the localstrike localstrikeMotorniPii 10cnJstrlkeIClIClrlllrn localstrlkeMutorilmemi
MotorniPii Ordered OI lrrI to Quit Workanon Work WorkDayton ork orkIayton
Dayton anon Ohio June 1 tA A union com cominittee comrnlttll conmnittee
inittee In wh whllll e hands the matter was waseft wasfoCI wasft
foCI ft hat ordered the motormen and con conJuctors condOltors conluitora
Juctors of It the Peoples Street Hallway Hallwayornpany IInliwayeOlIlIa1J itmtilwaymiilany
ornpany to quit their cars at 4 oclock oclockhH oclockthll
hH Iii afternoon the strike being b lng delayed delayedut
OUI > ut of courtesy to members of the state stnteward Itateboard stateouor1
ward of arbitration who nre In tic city cityi elt
i 11 king kill to t weure an adjustment of time thuliffernece IhedttrrnlPlllrllllnl timeliffernece
dttrrnlPlllrllllnl liffernece arising out of the companys companysefusal cornr Companysefusl > anys anysru1
efusal to recognize the union Two of ofh ofth ofh
th h < principal lines of the city c1t are In Inolvcd Inoltd inolved
olvcd and olllrtal assert n rt that they theyll the thewill theyirlIl
will ll not trent with th union under any anyircumetanrea IInytir anyireUmemanees
tir ircumetanrea < No other question Is In Inolved Inolell Inoiveii
olved
Topeka Mayoralty Content ContentToneka ContestTopeka t tTo
Topeka To k Kan lillnlIs a June l IThe Thc attor nttoriey attorn11 attoreyl
n11 iey for both sides of the Parker Parkeruxliw ParkerJlwrhltl Parkerluglisa
uxliw mayoralty contest t tiase J e have havefr have81f havegrSd
81f fr grSd l ut upon > on James R Larimer as com comnlwloner cornmlfltllonr cmniissIosir
nlwloner to count the ballots cast at ath at11I1 atlie
11I1 h lie sprIng election All disputed bal balit balIltll baits
Iltll it its will be designated and Will ultl ultliat ultlmateI uhilmately
iat mateI ly GO b before fore the supremo oourt for forhe torthl forhe
thl he dlipute dll ult to be settled On Monday Mondayhe Iondaythe
the he supreme court will be asked to nd adsnee ndanee odAnle
anee the case for hearing henrln not later laterban laterthall laterhan
ban the July Jul sessIon
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GARLAND CASE BASEREAOHES CASEREACHES OASEEAOES
REACHES THE JUffiArguments JRArguments JURY JURYArguments
Arguments In the Murder M TrlaOccupy Trial TrialOccupy TrioOccupy
Occupy tho Entire Day DayPOWERS Day1IOWEHS Dayid
POWERS id E1tS VERY lEU STRONG PLEIllnlrlrC PLE IJLrAJIIdrrt PLEIIlietrirt
IllnlrlrC tllurne 1 Ctr ca l H its n Srnrrliln SrnrrlilnItoilcu Sea rrllln rrlllnlCelrW rehihmitICes
Itoilcu ICes ic ur < > the Tritlniuny Intro Introitittcd IntrolhltI I istrottiiced
itittcd lhltI by Si ttIimeeie Vltue lIlwnfllll ri ul Trial TrialThe TrialTIme frliliThl
The nrftiments for or th defense In th thJarland Ihe IhenrlantJ tblarland
Jarland murder trial were opened opn 1 b bAttorney 11JUorney iiAttotney
Attorney Straup till this morning He 1m 1mpreiwed 1m11reued muiireaeed
preiwed upon the jury Jur that they Iho outDo outDoflail musllrul must mustIInd
flail that the shooting by b Uartand hatloen hat hnl1Ioen hunloeii
loen done not only ani wilfully unlawful unlawfuland ullltlwfulland
and ftlonloutl r > but of malice afore aforethought Afore1Iioullhi storethitmught
thought beyond be > on < l n reasonable doubt be before beor iofore
fore or they could find him guilty lU IJ I of mur murder immurdir ¬
dir In the second lfeon degree degreeWher tIprleWhere legreetimere
Where Is the evidence ol eneo of malice malleiaforethought maliceAfoltthouRhI1 malletarorethiougimtV
aforethought asked Mr rr Straup StraupTaltn StraupTllltl StraupTake
Taltn thin evidence uf all the wltneesei wltneeseiand witneaseiand el eland
and you OU will nnd none A declarator declaratormade declarallonInatte decluratiorloads
made titter the Ih act svlll nut Justify yoi yoiIn yotin OU OUIn
In nuewliiK at the stnte of the defend defendants def defendants < n nant81OInl1 <
ants ant81OInl1 mind before the shooting Hop Hopkins 11011klnl hopklmi <
kins klmi In I something of an athletu and n ntrained iitrained I Itrained
trained boxer iriu prosecuting attor attorney nllnrney attornO ¬
ney nO scatTed at the iuea of a man like hlktGarland likeOirlaiul liteGuiana
Guiana M much larger thin Hopkins Hopkinsnot I Inot
not throwing the disturber out of the thexalaoti thissaloon I
saloon 8IIIOOIwhlll when he became a disturbing disturbingelement tlslllrhlnKcllmlnl thisturtintclement
element but I recall how Jack Ieintsty Demp DempKey Delli 11 11liley
Key the light weight pugilist treatH treatHa
a 0 much heavier man who thought thathe that Ihuthe thathe
he cutild c lIlld throw the little prizefighter prizefighteraround Ilrlzel1Ghteraroun lrizeflghtearound
around aroundJudgo aroun arounJutlgo aroundJudge
Judge Powers ook up the argument argumentat
at twenty minute paet ast 11 ocluek oclueklnclng oclookPllcln ocioeklnclng
lnclng < < the jury jllr he cornrneticed Jmmlnc I by b nay nayIng MYInc saylag
Inc Gtintternen of the Jury you ou am amhere oruhOIe amuliars
here to determine whether or not thIs thtaman thIsInan thismoan
man pointing to Onrland shall go to totho tothu toho
tho penltintiary for ten years ears or per perchance Ilercllol1cl 11crcitactm
chance lor life T 10 1 nnUwfully take n nlift IIIItt abite
lift there must be shown to IH express expressnr
01 nr Implied inullce If a man Is midden middenIy uddoflby
J Iy > stUck In th6 hit face jmHilon will take takethe lukethe takelime
the place of malice aol this In where whereman wherelTIn vhieremanslaughter
man manslaughter l ughter steps stl e In The prosecution prosecutionImfl
Imfl maim absolutely n llolutel failed < 1 to show any ox oxprtai tlxprtBI oxpress
press malice There could be no Implied Impliedtnailof ImpliedmalleI impliedrnaIiom
tnailof unless the active agent In the thekilling tho11I11nl1 timekilling
killing can IK > shown to have an aban abanioned obandonllJ nbaiilommed
ioned and an < l malignant heart These fhe c men menonme anencame incanunme
came Into the saloon riotously They TheyribufMl TheyIIhUl9l1 Theythuweti
ribufMl this defendant insulted hIm him and andInsulted soulInsulted nd ndInlulttK
Insulted bin hl mother mol her Had the district districtJttorncy districtallorne districtmttorlmey
Jttorncy believed thnt there was Im Imilled 111Iplle imilied
plle illed malice he would not have Il ve changed changedthe
the im rbarge cbar e from fr m rnurtH I In the llrst to touurder 10lUurMr tonurder
uurder in the Ih second degree < Judge JudgeIowers JUtl1IIoer JudgeIowers
Iowers then save careful ta reful and an explicit explicitleflnitionii oxpllcltdol1nltlonl explicitloilnlttoni
leflnitionii of tin > different kinds of ofnanalaughter otIntu1IIauchier ofosnoitmugliter
nanalaughter and homicide homicideTb homiitcideTUe
Tb TUe meanest oman charged with a acrime 1 1crime acrime I
crime must t be put on trial with the thepresumption theprelllllllpiloll timepreatmmnptinn
presumption of Innocence To find IIn him himguilty himlu1ly idiomuiity I
guilty thin I hilI presume Innocence must mustl lIIustbe
be l > e overborn by b surh a weight of evl evlilenio 11Ilel1ll1 evihence I
hence MS shall serve to satisfy lilt every everyman efIYman everynan
man on the Jury Jur beyond a reasonable reasonshilelnubt reasonabledoubt rtllsonRbledoubt I
doubt that the man Is not Innocent InnocentThis InnooenlThis innocentrhis
This defendant must not be b convicted convictedJii
Jim any mere theory whim caprice or orsuggestion or8uggeillon ormuggeMion
suggestion The great lAw of self w de dertiuo cleofruso iereuse
reuse Is horn In II man and the Al Almightybus AIIJthhtyhl1I Alnightyims ¬
mightybus placed It In the breast of ofIhe otIhl oflie
lie meanest rreMture Self pretcrva pretcrvallon rrelCtatlun preservaion
ion has truly trul been tald to be the first firstlavg llratla8 firstaWs
lavg of It nature natureWhen natureWhen hatuieSimcn
When th gun was 8 fired the man manivrtfl mBnwrut manunn
ivrtfl In great rcat fear for hid hi life > enll enllmen ntli ntlinen nitbeomen >
men of f the Jury Jur think whit you 011 would wouldIK wouldh
IK h under untl r a similar excitement when whenroil whenotm hen henOU
roil OU were iMriiig abused and ln InlullfI1 InlullfI1without inultet1sitimout ultnl ultnlivlthout
without catue CIIU nnd AU even the name of ofrour otourl11oherWIU ofourmotierwss
rour ourl11oherWIU mother was dnyned In and carred car covred CO COHell
red with Mlurnny Mlu 10 II loll ou may 1M > preserve preserveour
our life and limb iron threatening threateningictR tbrelllenlnaetlt
LetS You mar kill when It appears to toQU 10you toou
you QU that yutm MI arc In danger dan r of greatwdily great greatodlly rr Kt Ktbodily
> bodily harm harmC barmCeunei
C Ceunei < tuml then made R strrnc argument argumento
tu o show that there was U mailer mall shown lbonUllon shownlion ho n nipon
lion the port of Hopkins when lie madhe made madeho midtho
ho assault on Oartanil who wan wanlulftly wa waQulptl waiimietly
lulftly attending to his hi bunlnewi bURln behind behindhe
thl he bar barIf hArIt barIt
It he had kllte Oarlnnd he h wntild wntildave witmbdare lIuld lIuldhlt
hlt ave been bttngulltT guilty of murder In the firm firmgro I1rlit1lroe liret1gT0
1lroe gro Therefore It Is evident under underbo undlrthl
thl bo clmimetnne el nmIIIlIlOf that Garland could couldot Multinot
not ot have bwen guilty lilt of such a crime crimeCounsel ertmeCoulIPel crImeCounsel
Counsel then rre reed > d at length from tho thotestimony thotelthnony timstimnony
testimony Of l OI Olson Jn and other wltnecsei wltnecseiar lInel el eltor
tor ar the state who 00 bo endeavored flnrIea ¼ ored tn tnhow tnhow tohow
how were too busy bus with their earlAnne card cardnine cardItlU1te
ItlU1te nine to pay much attintlin to ojiy ojiyhlng tjmyting J JIhlnl
ting else coins on In tbe lalooo
FILIPINOS WilL wiLiCIVENPASSPORT BE BEGIVEN
GIVEN CIVENPASSPORT CIVENPASSPORTSecy PASSPORTS PASSPORTSSeey
Secy Hay So Directs Ambassador Choate ChoateEntitled ChoateEntitled ClionteEntitled
Entitled to Protection of United StatesCircular States StatesCircular StatesCirculal
Circular to tobc be Sent Diplomatic Agents
Washington Juno 1 110 In answer to toIlls tohmi I Ihit
Ills hmi nppllactlon for or Instructions Secv SecvHay Secyhay
I
Hay has Juo directed Abmnwudor Choato Choatont
nt London Jun on to Issue passports to the two twollllplnos tWoliiipirjomt I IJrJllplnol
llllplnos who appeared at the tu embassy embassyyosterJay emlHl19Vesteday cmntmtisyycaterla
yosterJay as residents of tho Philip Philippine lhllloplno Philippine ¬
pine Islands nnd nil 11 as such entitled on titled to tothe tothil totime
the jrotectlon of tho United States StatesThe Sinteslhe Stateslhie
The decision < upon this point Is of liiiportanec Im Importance 111partancc ¬
portance na having perhaps some somebearing somohlArlnG soImrnbearing
bearing upon the status of tho People Peopleof
of the Philippines Porto PortoHlco Rico and authOtianu andOtiam unt untGUnm
Otiam A year ago tho decision was wasreached wasrellehell vuoreacimed
reached to regard the Porto IMcans Hlcnnsos HlcnnsosnUtled as asentitled nitentitled
entitled to the protection proteetlollcotlvce proteetlollcotlvceb conveyed conveyedby <
by b nn American passport but n formal formaldecision forlMILleclalon formuialdecision
decision of the lit test case was prevented preventedthrough prcvcntethrOlIlh preventedthrough
through the withdrawn wllh rnwnl of the appilcaboom applica application ¬
boom The Fomker act determined the theright therlht timeright
right of Porto lllcana us tI citizens of ofPorto otPorto oflurto
Porto Rico to the protection of tho thoUnited tholInlte timeUnited
United States government It Is now nowhold nowheld nowhold
hold that the tipooner law In conveys the thesame trlesame thesanme
same mlvlleRc lit to the Inhabitants of ofthe ofthe oftime
the Philippines PhilippinesThe
The United SlateR statutes tatute prohibit prohibitthe
the Issue of a I passport to any but butAmerican butJmerlcnn butimnerican
American cltlzeaf elllze Hut those Infer lateracts Infernels infernets
acts the Forakcr act and nn tho tim Spooner Spoonercat
cat Impose obligations In their turn turnwhich turnwhich turnwhich
which may 11111 > be b regarded an qualifying
the original net nail may 1111l onbalo the thagovernment theolernntent timegovernnmemmt
government to avoid a old a decision upon upontht upontho uponthe
the < < iuiHtlun of American citizenship of ofthe o oIhe oftime
the Islanders I 811111 11 era At any an rate the circular circularInstructions cirauloiInslructlons cirnularinstructiosms
Instructions now no tn furmujaUon which whichwill whichwill
will 111 be b sent out to all United States Statesdlplomntlo Stateadiplomatic StltsI1lplematlc
diplomatic and consular represcntn represcntntlCB
tires will direct them to Issue not notcertificate natcerlllieatfi notcertlilcates
certificate but genuine American imsa imsaports llllESIlorts parsiPorts
ports to the Islanders IslandersTO Islnn isiandersIIF2PEILILED ers ersmrmtllED
mrmtllED TO WASHINGTON WASHINGTONLondon WASHINGTONlotuon WAShINGTONLurmilomu
London June lTho Tho officials of thaUnited tile tl tilet7HitClt o oUIlItll
United States embassy Inform the As Associated Assoelate Asauclated ¬
sociated < I Press that the matter of grant granmtlug granting grantIII ¬
lug III a a uuwport to the Filipino who up applied upplle upplied
plied < 1 for ono yesterday had hn to bo re referred reflrrell referred ¬
ferred to Washington as It was tho first firsttlmo firsttlnlO firsttime
time such an application had been mnJo mnJoby madlIJ mnamIby
by IJ a person of this nationality Tho ThoFilipino ThaFIlipino lhfJPlIlplno
Filipino desired to tmvel tmvllln In Russia andthought and andthougli Ilnllthouh
thought the applicant took the oath oC oCallegiance oCnlleclnlice ofallegiance
allegiance to the United Unlt ll States In Span Spanish SpunIsh SpusnIsim ¬
ish and Ungllsh thu embassy consld consldcrcd conslcre considdcreti <
crcd cre It advisable to submit tho matter matterby
by cablo to Washington us a It has ftc frefluently treIluenlly ftcquentby
fluently done when passports were re remiestech reqllestecf reqimestertt
miestech The embassy Is now awaiting awaitingti
ti reply Time applicant was 118 quite con contented contenteJ contented ¬
tented amid atll thanked the olllclals of the thaembassy thlemlmsS theeamluassy
embassy for thu action taken
ENGLISH GOVERMENT RETICENT RETICENTFailure
Failure to o Give Out News Concerning Operations in South SouthAfrica SouthAfrica SouthAfrica
Africa Causes Anxiety AnxietyWar War Office Answers AnswersDo
Do Not Allay It
London June 1 IThe The reticence of tin tingovernment thooverJullcllt timigoverminment
government regarding re arlllnR the battle o oVludfonteln lit litJudfontoln tmVhadfommtein
Vludfonteln and other military eventof event velliaot
of some Importnnci which have recent recentIy
Iy occurred ut widely wltlel > separated point pointIn polnlsIn
In South Africa bus led to consldornbh consldornbhanxiety consl coimalderabitanxiety ornblo ornblonnxlety
anxiety This la in no 10 way allayed b bthe lIy lIyIhe lutime
the curious answer of the war olllcu to today todIY today
day to a question tegardlng tho nc ncctnaoy IICcmaoy accumnoy <
ctnaoy or otherwise t ot the recent 10 10port toPort e eport
port that tho Ilrltlsh were neverelj nevereljdefeated nocrelyefealed neverei3defnteii
defeated near Pretoria May oy 2 losing 4 4killed 4G 4Gkllletl 41killed <
killed SO wounded Ioun < 1etl COO prisoners and unllx unllxUIIH sl slguns siu siugumus >
guns UIIH The reply which the war olllct olllctJudgo o1leoJudao 0111ccJudge
Judge Powers finished Ills argument argumentnt
nt 1230 when a recess wa Was taken till
2 oclock oclockThe ucloeltThe oclockTime
The taking of testimony was conclud concluded ¬
ed at 4 otlock yesterday afternoon afternoonnnd
nnd Prosecutor Hlchnor occupied the theremainder thIJrcmnln thLrenmaimmder
remainder rcmnln H of the afternoon argument argumentto
to lie Jury JuryGarland jurGarlalld juryGarland
Garland WOB ea put on the stand during duringthe duringtIme ulngthe
the afternoon mind IIn testified that lie lieheard hehearl hisimearil
heard violence on the part of Hopkins Hopkinsand
and his companions and an used his iu mevoiver iuvolver IevoJtr
volver for the purpose of defending defendinghimself defendinghimself letendlngimimimselt
himself Ho swore that ho did l not In Intend Inleml intend ¬
tend to shoot but merely lIed the theweapon thewoapon thewetuporm
weapon to strike Hopkins nnd had no 010timougimt nothought noIhought
thought of hitting Williams WilliamsGeorge WilliamsOlorge llliamns llliamnsGeorge
George DnUs Oa Is Andrew P 1 Mnyberry MnyberryH
11 II Quinn George A Whltakcr WhltakcrStephen Whltokert mVhltakerStephen
Stephen t lhln lInn nnd alii C W Watson testi tiostitIed testified teBtined ¬
ned to Garlands reputation for having havinga havlnn
a penconble and quiet disposition dispositionThe
The district attorney gave a I search searching searchIng searchlag ¬
ing review of the testimony during his Illsopening hisopen hIsopening
opening open In argument Ho hb will close the thearguments thenrgumenlll thearguments
arguments this afternoon and the case casowill cnsowill casewill
will go to the Jury JuryHISTORICAL junJllSTOIlICAL
p I IILISTOIUCAL
HISTORICAL CLASS CLASSUniversity CTuSSUnhudlty CLASSUiilvcrslty
University StmmdeiitsVhio Students Who A Aro Arllulsu Arllulsuhl ro Pitrsti lursultiii Pitrstilujf
lujf hl a riongaiit Study StudyAmong Htllll HtllllAmonK StudyAmong
Among the prominent features todaynt today
nt Snltalr Is the visit Islt of the Historical HistoricalSociety HIstoricalSociety HistoricalSociety
Society of the University of Utah The Theorganization Theoronlzotlon Timeorganization
organization connletlng of about two twohundred twohun twohundred
hundred hun rell members each with an Amer American Amerkall Amerieamm ¬
ican ting went out on the 215 train trainOn trnlnOr
Or arriving at the resort the afternoon afternoonuas
WaR spent In talking over the promi prominent promllInt pronnlsment ¬
lInt features and characteristics of ofthe otIhl oftime
the lake and nurrjiundlng country A Abrief Abrief Abrief
brief talk was Wa given the students by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Levi Young who told of tho early earlyexplorations earlytXlllorntions earlyexliloratiuns
explorations In this part of the thm cotta countiy oounII
tiy II from the time of La Hontan aFremmeim a aFrench 0FrPllch
French explorer of the 8 Vcntciiti sentemthIelllur aesentecutiicentury > Vcntciiticentury
century down to the time of the nd ndVent ndlml adiit
Vent iit of the Mormon pioneers Tho ThormnnlnlnK TholImlnln Therenmicining
rmnnlnlnK lImlnln portion of the day wns unent unentIn
In dancing and aulmerrlIl merrymaking klnJ The Hlg Hlgtorlc hhI hhItnriel
torlc torllal l Society wan organized oranlz I in isoo isoounder 1900Under 900Ulldlr
under the lupcrvlnlon of Mr lr h I K KYoung EYoung
Young 011111 ot < > f the University of Utah and nndIt nni nniIt
It has for or its motive the study of Utah Ulnhhistory Utahimistoty
history On Friday tho ho > following of ofleer ofIIcr officers
leer ficers were elected to take chaise of ofthe oftIme
the organization the coming corn In season sonsoniPresident seasonPresident SMSOIIJr
President Jr sl elll Arthur Adnms Iallllj vice Ice preol preoldent urcHIlenl umresident
dent Amy A 111 Lyman secretory Claude Clau e
llnrnes nMilatant secretary 8 < crplnr Ellen Tib
bits executive conmlttee John Deal
John Hume Elise 1I131 Ward Ituby HUb Wonn WonnYotinu Wonn1Om WonnMOUi
1Om IIONOItS JIONOItSVotuiig
IIONOItSi i
Yotinu 1011111 Utah liny no 1bmyScires Scoro flrei Another Vie Vlclory Vieti1 Jr Jr1m
lory 1m III Washington WashingtonSpecial SSnslilmmtimiiSpecial n9hlllAtOliSIeelal
Special to the News NewsWashington NoWIIWlhlnlon NOwSSaplmington
Washington D I C June 1IJniJnmln 1IJniJnmlnU lItI1JnmlnI
I U Plrh m h of Ogden was awnrrfcd AVar ed the thortwmd theOOnd theeond
rtwmd utile In n debate on the C Cuban Cubanichicy < ibnn ibnnwllcy bnnpoll
poll wllcy before 1 lore fl large audloncelast aUl1lon cI lt ce cealng eoalng eesing
alng be taking the nfllrmtitlve side thatu14 that thatul 111atCUbA
CUbA ul u14 should bo free freeA ree reeA
A f few w weeks f ks ago the News cave gaveIn cavein ao aoan
in account ount of a debate that vps 118 held hrtdit hl hlal
it the Columbian Mw I school the Insil Instlutlon Insilution
utlon that young nun Hleli Is I attending atte dInmg In Inirhiclm
hlch the Ih latter nan wa all on the thelnnlnl thelnnlnl14e winning winningilde
ilde Tim young yoU cmtir Ir It I the tii ddcM tan tanif lIOnof sonit
if President Btn r l Illch IUc of the South Southern
ern rn State inl Inlnln nn He hag only nt ntended nttendetl atended
ended the tI Columbian I law < aw school onerear one onerear onoyear
rear having entered It last fnll fnllGcrnmii tilllGerlllan fallGermimnmn
Gcrnmii Ironclads Snll SnllUjrlln SrillUerJln Snilr
r r rfleritn
UerJln Ujrlln June 1 IThe The C1erjji German j Iron Ironslad itn4ad
clad division nailed from Wuv 3Vj Sang Saneor h
for or Singapore ra
ft
vouchsafed wo have no official Imiformnation Infor Information h1CorInntloll ¬
mation has aroused sums mlsglvlnga mlsglvlngaThe mlIIIIlhe
The Bun today 10 < 10 publishes lubllshe u sensational iccnxatlonalstory lenJaUonalIItOr sensationalstory
story IItOr to the effect that Gen liotlui halt halturrlet itaularrived M Marrived
arrived ut Standoiton and nll IH coinmunl coinmunleating comitinunilcutting olllll1unlcaUn
eating caUn by b telegraph with Mr rr Kruger Krugerthrough lirugelIhrough Nrtmgertimruugh
through the Netherlands goveinment goveinmentappealing governnmemmtnpueaiimig lJmmen lJmmenalplulng
appealing to Mr II Krugur nll r to sue for forpeace or orptaee orhence
peace Lord Ior Kitchener Is nuld to have havegiven haveIv hasegvemm
given Iv n Hotlm pcrmlislon to ndopt this thiscourne Ihlncour timtscotmrse
courne courneThe cour courfile cotmrseTIme
The Sun further hear that 10000 10000Zulus 10000Zullls 10000Zulus
Zulus have gone 10 lie on the win wnpath path owing owingto olln ollnto
to Doer raids In Xutulnnd XutulnndTUB ZululnndfI
TUB fI poprs MTTM nijoic nijoiciw IIIiOICWIIS
WIIS iw VninoiiH nmnuiis In Cnlhollu Circles for Cor11U forIIJI furIts
Its Mtrrnry rltt rar AItIIIIIIIHntNe Attnlmiicntti AttnlmiicnttiNew
New Ne York June 1 ITho Tho Herald says saysTomorrow S1sTomorrow saysTomorrow
Tomorrow will occur tho funeral of ofWilliam or11111111I ofVilIIanm
William A Wlllymn the sacristan oftime of ofthe otIhe
the Homan Cothollc church ot St StIlenedlct StBenelllt StBenedict
Ilenedlct the Moor The sacristan sac rill tan was wasknown wasIIIIOWII wasknowim
known throughout the United StateS Statusfor
for Ii his iii learning DOll literary attain attainments attainmenlR attalimnmints ¬
ments It was the great object of his hisllfo hisurn
urn to become n priest His 111 father wns wnsn vaoa nK nKa
a slave mid lived on a plantation at utMount atIount atMount
Mount Vernon ernorm adjoining the home of ofGen otGen oflen
Gen Washington WashingtonYoung Wallhln WashingtonYoung lon lonYoun
Young Youn Willy WtJImH ma was In Washington WashingtonD VlIshln lon
D 1 > C for a few yours lrS and then thenthrough thenthrouJlh thenthrough
through tho Influence of friends who whowcro whowero whovcro
wcro impressed by time aptitude Tiilch Tiilchlie tmichlie Ich Ichhe
lie showed In study was sent to Home HomeHe Itomolie tomeHe
He was about 20 years ears old In 1856 when whenhe whenlie
he 11 < arrived at Home Ho studied In tie thopropaganda thtIlropnnll tiehropagammtht
propaganda Ilropnnll a for several years Mr VII WllJymH Willmns VIIlnll
JymH lnll wall In the name class with Arch Archbliliop Archhlshop Arcimbishop
bishop Corrigan When his grace via viaIted vlllied vhsited
Ited the church of St Benedict time timeZdoor thaMoor tlttMoor
Moor ho always met tho sacristan and nndtalked andtolkcllio andtalked
talked tolkcllio to him In Italian of the days of ofHome o oHome ofItomne
Home HomeMr HomeIr ItomneMr
Mr Ir Wlllym iiiynms wns In In1tonuln Home In the dasof days daysof
of Pope Plus IX II lie I wn known as asthe u uth ustht
the th jjopps little blnrk The outbreak outbreaknf
nf the th olvll war made tou e It Impossible for forMr forIr forMr
Mr Ir Wlllyms to return to this country countryna
na a priest He was never ordained Ho Hoyaw 110al hasaw
yaw al that It would be a I mistake for him himto himIII
to attempt att lI1pt to take orders Ho decided decidedto deel ed
to devote his life to teaching and to tollternry toIItlrnrj tolIterary
lIterary pursuits H < > spoke Latin LatinItnllnn LltlnItnllall LttinItalian
Italian and an French with fluency fluencySeveral tlueneSetrnl iluencyieeritl
Several years < ar were spent by him ns nsniulitnnt 01a asassistant
assistant a IAlant librarian of the PrAtt library libraryIn
In Ilnltlmore lIe was afterward sacris sacristan aaerlsIBII sacriaaim ¬
tan aim nail assistant librarian In the Cath Catholic Cathollc Catimolic ¬
olic university In Washington His ser servlies Eervle sotvices
vices vle nt sacristan nt the church of St Stllencdlct Stn Stilenthict
llencdlct n n lll < t the Moor extended over eight elshtyears ehhtl8rS eightyears
years yearsMr yearsMr l8rS l8rSIr
Mr Ir Wlllym was regarded by nersons nersonsof
of lil his race an an oracle He kn knew w all allnhout allIlhllut altiiut
nhout the old families of the South and nndth an anthlr andmhir
th thlr lr history It I H thought that among amonghit Rmon Rmonhi amonglila
hi hit papers will be b found many docu docuinetitu doeumenlll docunellie
inetitu which hlh will prove of literary and andhistoric an anhlHorl nailiistorii
historic value He was n frenuent Cnn tfmtrlhutur C1I1trlhutllr CnnIrliiiitor
trlhutur to magazines and church pub publlatliiim oubliostions JubI1lftltollll
llatliiim The Journals devoted to the thoIntends thantlrlls themiterats
Intends of the negro rare In this coun country countr Commtry ¬
tr try contained many contributions from fromIlls tromhis fromiis
Ills pen pentnnrernlng IIpnonrerllln lnoncernlng
tnnrernlng onrerllln hl his nge there seems to be bat
t confusion of dates He said he was 61 61reart GCUti Clesr
reart esr but It is believed he was 08 a little llttloalder IIltloolder littledder
alder
Hit Uliornl Onlno III KMSPV KMSPVLondon g e eIondon er erToimelon
London June 1 tJ J A Pease liberal liberalIBB liberalhaR
haR IBB Wen n elected tn w rllamnt rll m nt for the thoJorth thlNorth thelorthi
North division of Koiex J IOfX nurfeedlnc sucleedingnine Ar Arnine r rmlnl
nine WoodhoUM1 lll liberal > IIra eral I ilertl1 1e svi HN HNmajority III IIImAjority hisnajortty
majority WM 791 n as II flgilnut Ag lnlll a llVml llVmlnajorlty lIbotrnlmajorll ilberIlinaority
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lon
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I lnllo1on < nn < ltin Jnue rnu 1 tlord Lord Palmputhi Palmputhirl1o 7a1motmrrfilo
> rl1o won the Whitsuntide rlate Of
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md and War Paint owned by Lord LordDurham LordDurhln Lordurimamn
Durham third Ten horses ran ranInn ranInll ranmu
Inn M MIxinJon Inulartnlln aim JenII JenIIIn itieftoiLondon
London In on June 1 IThe The Hev n John JohnAatnon JohnWalAon JohnVijin
Aatnon Ian Ma MaLren r larcn who tact year yeari ytftrwfta yeariaI
wfta i moderator of the rndldh Presbr Presbrrlnn J hresbytisn > rnb rnbIlrhm
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lie tf th confewlon He write writeMany wrltelIn wripsMan
In Many on thIs tide of tit tI the Atlantic Atlanticire Atl nlll1 nlll1are
ire glad to know that their Pre lleoabtor lleoabtorIan bytor bytoran
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