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GEsTHE THE DE DE1hfly E ESECOND
I 1hfly jFTY SECOND ND YEAH
o DENS MA MAYOR MAYORTo VOR VORTO
TO ENFORCE lAW lAWDeclares LAWMDc1gres
That lie Will Suppress Vice asFtii as asFar asFar
Declares
Far as Possible PossibleVhat What He HeProposes tieProposes HeProposes
Proposes to Do
gpWtal to tho Mow NewsOdllI
1 This morning Presl PreslWtlHtandHev lreslt
OdllI gfl W Jln V WtlHtandHev r fhurtlilt UtlIf and TIev J W Wf Wot Wrt
d1 t L Ntums1 Rotorm com comd coIncnfereflce
titlffl
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rt r ° with Mayor Mayorl Ior Iort
nfcrence
h1d d 1 c
r l what hflt steps arc going goingn gohttI
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t 1unK looking to the nonpros nonprosthe tlPIre tlPIren
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I tI b Ink tflki r tuttlr 0 ot < the vice viceh that thatr
tbe tb
0 In n These gentlemen fin finIt ay ayh U Uth
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I p1vnlent emphatically elhfltIC0hlYt proposes proposesTh Ilrollos05I
It 1M th h Th in 1 iYOr or utl Ut 1Y all tho dot mn mnl mnllI
I l II 1 111 not IIcens IIcensII
a t i vhMherornotlleens vhMherornotlleenskr I hrthel tIe1
llI Uiem lIe nlw nlwput 011 niso4jtttt > 0 0vJ
kr id on °
bl II 1 r
II 1 t closing of saloon3 saloonsto
put iurhY Mr
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POLICE WILL RAID DRUG STORES STORESThe
I The Wink Two Finger and Other High Signs to Be BeAbolished BeAbOlIShed e eAbolished
Abolished by Official ActionShameful Action Sh Stinnie1it lncful Sale of ofIntoxicants ofIntoxicants of1ntoxCfltS
Intoxicants to High School Students
complaints have been beenrn
UI1troU8
A headquarters of late latot0 Illtoabul lateai
11 I4re e
at t P
rn rnt e ticllni euhl liquor to y0lni y0lniin younIlen youwan >
131vOlK 1Ofl
abul ai ut and andU nnllbar
of twentyone tnefltyOnebare
btlOW in v the age
Ilen actuallY been mado that that7uag thnlyung
bar bare u girls U S have have no difficulty ty In ob obintoxicant obtanlng 0baig
yung Chief Hilton at atU nton atoae
tanlng aig intoxicant rigid U and determined In Inof Inmtglluon Inwtgatlofl
bcpll 0
on oae e
mtglluon of the charges and made madotoeo mo madethe o othe
slarillng tartU toeo dllcoerr y that white there thereone theroWHe thereccTe
the wmloonkeeperB iloonlteepers guilty of ofthe otthe ofthe
WHe one or O to
complained of the source sourcetf ourcccf
the offense
cohere nameIy name name1J
tf f tbsro thp th roWlng n evil 11s Is
1J Iy In mtaladrus wtaln rtatn drug dr1 stores of this city cityml clt cltSOtrll cityoTal
of a respec respecyoung respectbI
SOtrll ml toya ago a cue
lady who h ° wall given lven ft ftot 1 1Innk acink
young
1 tbI 1M
Innk of vtoI th17 W k1 aDd > > d oda da under somo somow somo1I17 seam1aC1
reported l to ° the po poli poic
1I17 w nameIaJ rarne ft WH T TK
and Vu that L JJ 1101 wftho tho ° onlY nlywy one br brnY PYkOY
li ic K t
wy nY O means M Vet Ct many any daB ago Detec DetectireJ DetectIre JctecJr
Ied ot f thc drug drlBUitttatM drucdleMarn drugdIIM4rft5
tireJ tIre Jr Janner Miey wl notified s01 fIOmlt
UitttatM Joins ong a rushing rushtrnj bUBlnojs bUBlnojsto bUBlno bUBlnoIn
j to Mt line that they I he woult have 1010 1010t to IcLck toUk
Uk t cJc up or 411 < n other words put 1m t a s stop stopU tol1t
U t th b < unlawful truffle They fhe weie In Int Intrted inted
ted t sed that the wink two u1ngerag fingers fingerslit Cln ers ers11c
lit ag and nd other high signs wouldnt wouldntjo
jo g uy 1 mor but It Is l as easy caB to toup 10latle totflIe
latle up the sIgns as to break campaign campaignftifti cllnpnlgnfed
ftifti fed eJu as will he presently Jre entl seen seenntrt acennm seenIs
ntrt li I more than one place In Suit Suitlib SlIltltt iilt iilt1k
lib where a call frr bread and but butW1 buttnr buttn
W1 tnr r plgi gs f el t will bring out a fulltrQIvn full fulllN tullronn
lN trQIvn ronn njIa glass s of whisky whlRk syrup rup and soda sodaCbltf sodaCblet sodacb1f
Cbltf Hilton atate j the othor day that thatfie thatI
fie I e evil was grow growln ins and becoming becomingnwe
nwe dangerous every ev ry day and he heynwui hero betrocui
ynwui ro < 01J to put a stop to It ItM ItHe ItIe
M BaS aa that he knows of cases caseshere CIlICSkhel casesthere
here khel young girls IJa have been taken In ¬
to those places on the pretext of being beingtreated bolntrentcdr beingtreated
treated trentcdr to soda and were < 1 < given givenwhisky nlvellwhI91 givenlilsky
whisky whI91 < and nntllloda soda under s sumo Jine Iiifloeentfancy Innocent1 Innocent1fanoy lnnocentJtnnoy
fancy name Ho says that It is a start startfor Buuttor startfor
to tobecome tobecomo tobeconm
men and women
for many mln young
become confirmed drunkards drunkardsBomu drunlmrdsSoml
Bomu o1ne of the drug stores have taken takenout takenout takenout
out n liquor license and the chief Is Isdetermined tldetermined isdetermined
determined that If I they the persist In sell sellIng sellIng selljng
Ing Intoxicants to minors nnd womer womenand womeron womerand
and on especially after 7 oclock p m mtho mthe rnthe
the proprietor will be arrested and amitreated nndtrented andtreated
treated the same as any other violator violatorof
of the ordinance ordinanceA
A most lamentable spectacle In con conncctlon oonnectlon eonnection
ncctlon with the practice has fis been the theflagrant thella theliagrant
flagrant lla mnt sale of liquor by b drug dru stores storesto x xdlttotm
to school students Not long 101l slnco pn 1 1dltlon v vdition < >
dlttotm became so bad In this particu particular ¬
lar that complaint was officially Ifl1eto made madeto
to Chief Hilton that High School sin studentH 811dentM sinlentM
dentH frequently went back to their theirstudies IholrIItu theiritudI
studies itudI IItu lel from recess r ce89 In nn Incapacitated Incapacitatedcondition Incapolltutellcondlllon Incapacitatedcondition
condition and that heroic measures measuresmust mealuresmust measuresmust
must bo resorted to to abolish the sale saleof saleoC saleof
of liquor to t them The offending offendingapothecary otfendlnILPothecnrr offendliigajothecary
apothecary or apothecaries B were werepromptly werepromptly werepromptly
promptly notified and on 11 n Improved eon tiondlllon eonditlon on ondltlon
lIutttlQ lIutttlQstili U la lastill Isstill
Hut
dltlon wis w s at onCe In < I oluorved
still patent that the th signs above indi indicated I idtcated lU lUcntcd ¬
cated are being forked to the doitfbr doitfbrallzntlon dom doinbralizuttOn r rIIIZ1ltlon
allzntlon of those who employ them Of Ofcourse DCcour Ofcourse i
course cour only onl a small percentage p rcpntI1Ke of stu stuiliMH stuMtll sWi i
iliMH i its have been addicted to the hnblt hnbltbut hnbltbut habitbut
but there were enough of them to thor thoroughly thorool1gh thoroughly
oughly ol1gh alarm thosein those In charge of the In Instltutlon Instltutlon intltutlon
stltutlon stltutlonChief stltutlonChief tltutlonChief
Chief Hilton this lila afternoon Instructed InstructedhlH
all alldrug allIrul nildrug
hlH hl men to nerve formal notice on
drug store managers that they thl must mustkeep nHtstkeep mustkeep
keep within the law from room this date daleThe dateThe dllteThe
order orderwill orderwill orderli
The first one who disobeys thc
will li It evidence against them can be besecured besecurell besecured
secured be promptly prosecuted
ijRAND ni JURY thtv CALLS CALLSInstigation WITNESSESo WITNESSESohlcstlgalion
Instigation of Bribery Charges Against Hawaiian LegislatureGoes Legislature
Goes On OnAtty Atty den Dole and Treasurer Lansing LansingReleased LunsingReleased LansingReleased
Released From Testifying
H n 1u u T IT May Ma fn 25 via San Sanf SanFJ
f FJ > s j JII n t Correspondence t of ofI
I II I t 1 li ss s ITho > The grand romd jury juryJ jurylAj
lAj J li 1 Ua iKuto Ie rppotts of bribery briberyllw
I llw th 13 u Ji is i s still Mtlllin In session and andk Ilmlh
h i k t Eu1 r lJr no rrport so far Circuit Circuitlh CIrcuit1I11r
i IU IUi lh is has ha released Atty AttyIT AttyI
I i r rH u ud IT l Te Tesurer t usurer < Lumtlug from fromthe fromthe
1 > the ground that nil they therJ
t J I 1 1 thc subject about which whichiy
II t l M Mtur i n i iy y questioned them was washad WI19LfJrJ wasc
tur LfJrJ j c cMl Cj A f ft y had given the names namesn
Ml r th f fI n hum they received re rei roo roof
I Tt t IT ITfunl In
to
i PS of ActgQov Coonuprrintcndent Coop
funl In I t tf ml
t f uprrintcndent of public publicbun
i v bun li rn were ere also cited citedJudge eltellIr
Ir 1 f 1 n > Judge Humphreys and nndf andthy
1 f hy i thi thy y should not an ann anrut
n put tu them dccls dcclst
I < ho t t t been rendered The Theng
I r I hng ng many mnn witnesses witnessesb
r till b it Its It Investigations InvestlBatlonsrITiirtB
r rITiirtB rts of liquor men menj menneary
j nsary n ary law and pro P
h m
1 n having to do wllll 1
f 1 h hRC scs CC for or the th > hone hone1ItmIes Hononmnlcs
nmnlcs and the Hon
j j 1 1 m nFlt = lt nnd Land com combe I
10
be d rectors of the latter latterl
c
company have been summoned as wit witnesses witnesse witnesses ¬
nesses nessesThe nesseThe nessesThe
The legislature Is ISlItlllln still In session con considering conslderlnA conaldering ¬
sidering appropriations It hn bRa rrcei rlrelfl rlrelfla M Ma
a letter from rein ActgOov Cooper givingflew giving givingnew gllngnew
new estimates but the Home KUira KUirawill Hlti rtI rtIwlll11robubly isvlil
will wlll11robubly probably cut them us they are now nowengaged nolengaJell nowengaged
engaged In making heavy hea cuts In sal salaries sillarles salaries ¬
aries of government officials und clerks clnrksThi clerkRThr clerksThe
The > house tabled tho estimates of the theacting thenctlng theacting
acting governor with a message to toawait toIIwall toawait
await a 1 decision as to tho legalIty le illtv of ofhis othl8 ofhis
his status as acting governor a ques question qustlon question ¬
tion having arisen In Judge Humph Humphrays HumphreII
rays court as to his right to pccupy pccupysuch pCCUllYsuch pecupyucli
such ucli position AttyGen Att Gen Dole has cciidered ren rendered renderell ¬
dered an opinion that he Is legally net actIng netIng netIrig
Ing governor Got Go Dole Is dill at a amountain amountain amountain
mountain resort and his physician hasordered has hasordered hnsorderc1
ordered him him to stay sta there longer longerThe longerThe longerThe
The pfVcence pll > pellce of a largo quant ty of ofopium otolllul1l ofOIiUlfl
opium In nniiin I H hlflt inir much Ills dlsand illsOd
Od 11 and there Is difference 01 oplnlt oplnl1nA n nan
an A to who lmo U lespjnsible I lumlllJle for MB coming cominghere comlnhfrl cominghere
here The police state that the opium opiumIs
Is from Hongkong lIong < ohJr and that large lar e qua quantities qURntlIIN a atItIs ¬
tities of It are unptntnppd IIn tntnllPd phowtig Hint HintIt
It has been smugged mugglrllnlo Into American ter territory lerrlton territorS ¬
ritory There IB l now no territorial law lawregarding IllwrAarllln Iasregarding
regarding opium the old hw having havingbeen halngIn havingbctn
been In declared unconstitutional and andopium nndopium nodopium
opium smoking Is going Inl on very gener generally generallY generally ¬
ally among the thlncne lhln e
I
I A llETEcTiysIIRAPIIATIC DETECTIVES DRAMATIC SUICIDE SUICIDEj
j Confronted d by a Policeman n and Shrinking From Public Humilia Humiliation ¬
tion tio He Ij Shoots Himself in the Presence of 500 People PeopleOnce PeopleOnce PeopleOnce
Once Did Secret Service Work in Ogden
11 Cflar ntr T in 1 Confronted by b a po l0
1 11 Its pNtol half drawn and andf
II
I f mm l1P and boys led by b
L > >
1 Ilti lotIng lnJ In on him from froms rein
Lo L
t I IIJA s W Gritting turned a nt auuist
ir uuist t his temple last oven
1 Ittd suicide lie was wasl
skk k
po UI l arrest on a I charge of ofnd ofII
II mmii nd when brought to tolife
iii AI
I
1 h h Iq life rather than submit submitp
rh t p of capture capturePI
IIo4 n PI persons ler ons witnessed the theon1tlmo
11 f < d
1808 1808tkr ZOG5y r I on1tlmo onetlmo tio had considerable considerableA
tkr t 1st st It a nil In a venture In
IIkn Uk A i
district In m6 5 After his hi
all sldo and back entrances would oldbO oldbOlocked bo bolocked be10ckIJd
locked up and that time screens ntid ntidblinds ulIIIbllnda LIItdblinds
blinds would be removed BO that the thopublic thepuhllc thepublic
public might command a view of the thewhole thewhol thewhole
whole Interior of the saloons saloonsTho saloonsThe saloonsTime
the committee Lireaccused are areaccused nrelCCUlltul
The members of
accused of working with undue haste hasloIn
In regard to the reform and moreover moreoverthey moreoverthoy moreoverthey
they are charged with being too radical radicalHut radicalBllt radicallimit
Hut they say that all on earth they re reiulro reo reoIulro cciiuiro
iulro < Is obedience to tho hm aw The Thelatter TheIotter Timelatter
clearly that no M Mloon Rilluoll saluau
latter provides very var
loon Blmll he permitted to Blnml wllli within ivitlmiltoo n
300 oo feet of any school house or cnurcliwhile church churhwhile churchimiIe
while on one street there are at cant leasteight lealltchht canteight
saloons operating within wltliinthose withinthos withinthose
eight or ten t n
those limitations
I Iwnt
return from Alaska two yrs latcrhe latcrhewent laterhieSseiit
went to work as a ItItee iltect4lr letmt w In San SanKranclsoo ihanJranciaco t tIrnnellOO
Kranclsoo He olM petfoimed detec detective detectI deteelive ¬
of Ogden OgdenUtah OgdenUtl1h Ogdentjtahi
live tI work for the authorities
tjtahiInquiry Utah UtahInquiry Utl1hIntlulry
Inquiry at Ogden today 1009 elicited lit little littit littie ¬
tit Information concerning the suicide suicideChief lIulcldeehlet suicidehief
Chief hief Conlliik Conll k pi Ire4ent went heal of the po police polire P Plice ° ¬
lice department de14lrtm nt knows nothing of him himand himanti himonl
and Chief Tender who has been doing doingolllelal doingolllcial doingofilelal
olllelal work In Ogden for the pa past t six sixor sixor Rlxor
recollects recollectshim reooliectshim lIeotlJ lIeotlJhim
r but faintly
or eight years re
him It Is etntedA gtatedhoweVer 4iowercr that he Is Isknown Isknown isknown
known to have been stationed there thereand thereand thereand
and done work of a HMret stcretservice service ordtr ordtron
on pome om Important case the nature of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which docs not now appear err ry clear clearly ¬
ly I
tfJfLA tfJfLASERETEVENING
SERET SERETEVENING T EVENING NEWS H 24PAE8 24PAE8S LI LITUUTH H H1HUTJI
S TUUTH AND tNI IjlIJEUTY IjlIJEUTYSATURDAY JlmmlYSAlUItDAY
SATURDAY JUNE 1 1001SALT 1 lt SAUL LAJCE CITY UTAH U lAIl NiiItBEfl nEU KIC
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MRS NRSJOSEPHINE NRSJOSEPHINECURTIS JOSEPHINE JOSEPHINECURTIS
CURTIS W30DBIJHV VODBUfl DDU Y
I iTiiei ll i ciOOChihr littttli m4 KlirislimiSciciice KlirislimiSciciiceBosloiijAinss liiIISd l1ce J JI J110Sl0lAtnss
t BosloiijAinss BosloiijAinssr 110Sl0lAtnssPRINOIPALS IIOStOIIaMflSSPRINOIPALS
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PRINOIPALS IN THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LIBEL SUIT CASEI CASErlmc CASE CASETlio OASErho
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Tlio trial of the th < llhcl suit brought by byMra Mrs rs Josephine Jo et1bloo C Voodlmry ngilnst llt ln t Mr Mary far Hater f G 1 Eddy ElM now no In progress procrcssIn
In Notion Is expected e to dlrnlgo ninny IlInn Urine lhin about the Ineldi In II In hitty iMiy of IlirUtlnu Science Mrs Woodbury was at ono unollnio onoIIn1l onetlnie
llnio one of 0 Mrs Ir IMdys most Intlmstc friends Mrs WooOhury roOlllnlr bases her h r libel suIt on certain nipssascs 1I1 < 8sues from Mr m1rw Eddy Eddyo
lro o 1 tier congregation m tho tnotlier clinrcli In IJwti l1y t lie atlts l1 ks for dnmnscs dnmn s smcuntlng to SlfiOOOO
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THAT T IA T LYNCHING LYNCHINGAT L YNOHINGAT
AT LOOKOUT GAL MLBefore GALBefore GALBefore
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Before it Occurred Officers WenBesought Wen WereBesought WerBesought
Besought to Take ActionGRAND Action ActionGRAND ActionOnAND
GRAND JURY ADJOURN ADJOUHNEJitit El ElJust
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Just Ilflbrc Hotly lIollror lieu of Prominent Cltl CltlZCHN Cltlzon CltiZCIIN <
ZCHN trriedIilriet rrhrill rrled1I14IrlclttorllC > l trlciiiurncy ttorliey Too Toolimy fooUUI roetills
limy tills to t Annul UNlllto Co Mutter MutterAlturas tlaItcrtlturas
Alturas Cal June 1 1Dotalls Details havbeen hay haybeen <
been received hero of the ctxuses lead leadIng isnillag ltallIng
Ing to the lynching at Lookout yester yestorday yesterday 8alerdn
day dn morning of live men menCnlln Culvln Hall Hallhis 111111his 11a1his
his sons Frank l ronl Jim and Martin nrtln ant anthis anll anllhis anhis
his soninlaw Daniel YntU YntUIt Ym s sIt
It Is claimed that for some time past pastthose pastthos pastthese
those men had been systematically pi pifcrlng 111tcrlnr p11ering
fcrlng stealing and robbing throughou throughouthe t tthe
the entire lower end of Dig Volley ant anttlut nnll nnllthl anitIlL
tlut tIlL hundreds of articles urlleleBli1 In their los poasession lossession 1108session
session had been Identified as Btolti Btoltiproperty Slol11propcrt 14t0151PropertY
property by b the persons from whoir whoirtiny wh01lthfY wlmomithey
tiny had been taken takenLast takenlast tnkenIast
Last Tuesday uellllo May hn 29th II three promt promtncnt IJromlnent iromIneat
neat citizens of Lookout came to AI AIluras AItural Alturns >
turns to get the grand jury to talcisome ta1 ta1some tako takoRome
some action against these men but tin tingrand thegrand thiigrand
grand jury had hI adjourned just thrw thrwhours Ihr IhrhourB timreihours
hours before the delegates from Look Lookout Ioakout Lo3kout
out arrived here and hence could dcnothing dc donolhlng dinoihing
nothing The three Lookout clttztn clttztnthen clt1unsthen citlzemmmthen
then went to District Attorney tt rMY K 1 C Clicmnur CDonner Chionner
licmnur and asked him to go o down ant antattend nutl nutlattend alitatlemid
attend to the matter lie replied that thathe thathe thaIme
he was too busy bus to go They th timex n want wantto wnlto tlnt tlntto
to Judge 0 I F Harris of this plsce and andemployed nnelclUployed aiu aiuetmiploycel
employed him him to take uharge of theaffair tii tiinftuir the tileuftalr
affair He agreed IIg 1 to do so If he coiul coiulget cOUidHet coudget
get the district attorney to deputUu deputUuhim deputiatlmlmn
him for that purpose He was 111 not chic nbloo
10 o get the dppolwinent allIJOI lnent but Instead the thedistrict theIll timedistrict
district Ill trlct attorney appointed uPll lntell C C Aublo Aubloof
of A AIlIII Jin to Investigate the matter matterOn
On Thin fllllllloy ttday Calx Calvin In Hall and liiithree hU hUthree hi hithree
three sons and soninlaw were arret arrestHI arrestHItor > tul tulfor
for petit larceny lureen under a warrant U Usued I Ieued istied
sued fiom roam the justices court of lookout lookoutand 1001lOutnnd lookoutand
and their hearing or preliminary ex examination examlnlltlon e euninmition ¬
amination was set for or Friday Irrtdu No 0 ball ballwas ballwas Jailwas
was granted gf lltoo and the live prisoners rioners well ueieplaced wellpll1CN netsplaced
placed In the custody of A Carpenter CarpenterM
M tt 1 Drown and mil Sidney Sltllle lirown who wcre wereolllclally wcreolllclall wcreiilciaily
olllclally designated for that purpose purposeJ ItUrpoJ
J H Myers My Itrll rs the justice of lh the p IHlAce IHlAcenlso issaceilso Ace Acealso
also Keeps kel l u hotel ut Lookout and the thefle thefie timelive
fie prisoners with their three guards guardswere guardlwero guardwere
were In the olflce of the hotel when the themob thpmob timemob
mob came to seek Its prey pre The lIve ftvedoomed lIveloomed i idoomed
doomed men had not th the slightest sus suspicion 8U 8UIrion sodetoll ¬
picion Irion of the awful fate bout to over overtake oVtlrtake overake ¬
take them and their three tlu guards were werewlco wereRIIiO werecIsc
wlco Ignorant of the terrible tragedy tragedywhich tNkIJClwhich trsgeevimlchi
which they the would Boor be c compelled to towitness towltne Luritneas
bout 1 oclock In the 1 1Ing
witness II About morn mornIng mornmig
Ing mig the dour of the room au M a suddenlyhirusin suddenly suddenlytlirouu ucdent ucdentthruwn
tlirouu open and the In nS rushed In Inmil IIIal1ll liiirid
mil seized the prlsoneis In spite of the theremonstrntlon theremonelrotloll theeiionetrntioim
remonstrntlon of the three guards One Onpnf Oneot Oneif
nf the guards tired his pistol und tried triedto triedto
to 0 prevent the Infurated men from tar tarrying tarrlng earylag ¬
rying out their awful purpose iur ° s but all allin aUIII allU
in U aln The mob rpowered ov onrpower tl the theunrds theuards I IHUl1r1l1l
HUl1r1l1l unrds and compelled com ellell them to go along alongnid nlon nlonmId alongLitti
mId assist Il 91 t With ruthless hands the theIvu lhefio thelvi
Ivu lvi victims were taken along alon Main Mainstreet 11lnstreet lmtim lmtimtreet
street to the large bridge which cpam cpamho CMIIho I Ithe
the ho Pitt river Upon arriving there thereicmprn Ii aernien i ihernJlln
icmprn noose was as quickly placed placediround pIlletoroul1ll placedround <
round the neck lI k of each of the doomnl doomnlnen
men mid the th rope m made de feat to the th tim timers tlmbertl timera ¬
bertl ers of the bridge Then without n ma mancnts 010mcntll rnolents
lents hesitancy h the furious men menlushed U1enpu incaushied
pu lushed h their five victims off the bridge brldueind bridgenil brtdlll1nnd
nil launched them Into eternity eternityMUH et eternityM1114 rnlt rnltIJtH
MUH MKIVIiHYS iiiXbii CONDITION CONDITIONli GO CONiITIONlpaieIanN IIITIOX IIITIOXJh
Jh li lpaieIanN llnn Hiillctlii HnjH n4 lice CIIII CIIIIdltllllll Coimlit on onilltloiilsKoinewlint
dltllllll illtloiilsKoinewlint lit imni is ollll1hlll Muru Iauirnlilo IauirnliloWashington fo lIrlhlr lIrlhlrWa
Washington Wa hlnKtnn June J J1he The bulletin bullltlngardlng re reardlng 1 1irding
ardlng Mrs Ir McKlnleys condition this thisinrnlng IbismnrnlnJr thisarning
inrnlng Is the most encouraging state stateent statricnt sttmcnt
icnt glv given n out since her return Iurn Thf ThfIrec Thfthrte Thetree
thrte tree physicians were w re In consultation comultaiionnly
onl nly a short time anti at H oclork In iniiMUtcly Inmedia indiateiy
media iMUtcly to I after their departure Secy Secyirtelyou C Ct cy cyrtelOU
t rtelou gave out the following bulk bulkn bulkMrs bulletin boilMtL I
tin n
Mrs Ir McKlnlcyn phyrtclsnii retWrt retWrtat r rep i ert ertmt rt rtthnt
thnt mt she rested well tli during the Ih night nightnd nlcbtnnd
nnd nd that her condition hi someWhat aomewhttiare
more are favorable this mornlnc mornlncTho mornlnlThe morninThe
The President appears to be eneour eneourjed eneourletl eneoured
jed ed over the slight Improvement Improvementtown
town and this morning took astroll astrollirough n astrollrough Itroll Itrollthroulh
rough the White House grounds In
N i VVVVV VVVVVcom
company com pan > with General Olllesple chicof chic chlctat ohmicof
of engineers engineersQUEUN engloeHIIQIJE engineersQtJEi
QUEUN QIJE N AND AN HMPKROil iNQtrillE iNQtrillEIlerlln 1NQUUEJJerlln IQtTIItEIJerlin
Ilerlln June 1 1nm1rew Andrew D While tliUnited the theUnltel timUnited
United States umbasflnOor amball ollor has ima In Informed Infonnell Inforrnni
formed the corespondent of thc Asso Assoelated Asacdated
dated Press 1 > res9 that both the emperor am amQueen nnd anQucemi
Queen QUc n Wllhelmlna yesterday durlnithe doriathe durlni
the reception held betwrtn the acts a athe at atthe athe
the gala performance at the t e opera mad madinquirhH madtInqulrlfM mailInquiries
Inquiries regarding the health of MnMcKinley Mra MraJtcKlnley MrMcmnle
McKinley and then expressed their boa bcswishes IJcilt IJciltwi boaivialmes
wishes wi silts and sincere sympathy with bollthc boll boththe botthe
the President and Mrs McKinley McKlnlcyWILL McKinleyWILL eJlnlcyWILL
WILL REMAIN IN INCONTROL INCONTAUL INCONTROL
CONTROL OFGUBr1 OFGUBr1Washington OFIJIJBSSmihingtou OF OUBA OUBAiahlntton
Washington June 1 1It It Is official officialstated officl01I1 officl01I1slated officlalistated
stated that the United States will r rmain rmtlfu rimialim
main on control contrllin In Cuba mmIa njitl the Plat Platamendment PIaUClnll1lmont Vialomileadmomit
amendment hitS litfln l tsrmlmstaathtily tsrmlmstaathtilyadopted nbstauth lIbMtnnUallndopted lly llyadopted
adopted This wa wall communicated comnrnunlocitedhen t tOen to toGen
Gen Wood ood last Tuotday ruOll1a by Secy Bee Hoot Hooand Hootnnd Itocand
and hit action has been approved by th thPresident tho thoIresldullt lbIreideimt
President PresidentIt
It I II STKVBXrtOXS STI 11 VLXMONt S O tAg JIlAViI HtAV1iitim
I lout iitim I Onmtlf 011111 t 11 m Dorn Ibm IMncrfl I Cross nl nlScolch n nScotch i iScotcli
Scotch heather on It ItApia ItApia ItApia
Apia Samoa May I 17 via San Fran FranCisco Frandlco Fraucisco <
Cisco June 1 Correspondence of the thiAssociated theAllOelnted thAssoeiate4
Associated Press PresllThe The United Statoswshlp i5tatowarship Statos StalOlwalhlp
warship Abnrenda with lIh Oov Go U P PTllley FTIIIIY I ITliiey
Tllley of Tutulla was In Apia Sunday Sundaythe
the Kill of Mil May and lemalned until thc thcnight thenlMht
night of the Uth During its rto rtoIleut ty1leut tm tmLisut
Ileut Com Dorn assisted alii s tlll1 In the annual annualceremony annu1remony annuitceremony
ceremony of placing a crown and amid crosi crosiof ero eroor CtOLof
of heather from Scotland on thc th grave graveof HrILVClIf gravmof
of Kroliert Louis St Stieimson StieimsonMataafa vcnson vcnsonMataafa cnonMatuta
Mataafa lisa liuiued a manifesto call callIng calllug all allIII
lug III upon all people to dwell In friend friendship frlrmlgblp trlentlhip
hip and tendering his hi thanks to the theQermun theGenllun tinlarimualu
Qermun government for the state o opeace or orliace 01pence
peace now existing In the country Ha Haacknowledges Hecknowlt lImacknowledges
acknowledges cknowlt < 18 In the same document documentthat documlntthat documenithat
that his title of ulllm still iili highest highestchief htrIeEtchlpt htgezIchief
chief Is granted to him by the Im Imperial InllIenal lotPPi15I ¬
perial German emperor who I Ic the thegreatt thegreltMt tii tiigreatect
greatt king of Samoa amnoa Gus Go Solf met metMaleltoa metlIlelloR metaleitua
Maleltoa In FIJI tJl and has promlurd h hllCOple lmIeople s speople
people In Snmoa that he willIII will lll li allowed allowedto
to return to his native country countryThe countrThe countryTime
The natives of Tutulla have nlmist nlmistcompleted ahn1f1tIomlllltlli nlnvstcompleted
completed the delivery of the cpm cupradu cpm1UH cpradue
due du for or district thus tnxeso tnnsGo
Go l o i Tlllpy I1II will i 11le ivc for the United UnitedStates UnitedStnll UmulteilStates
States on the Venture enturi on May IIi 29 29X 29Y 29N
X Y Ccii Central imml MauliliilMs 1m Strike StrikeIluffalo 8trlllIultato nike nikeISus1o
Iluffalo June Jun 1 IAbout About 400 mnchlnlsta mnchlnlstaof ls lsor
of the New York Central railroad and andtheir antithllr sailtheir
their helper numbering nbout 50struck 50 50truck 50It
It truck today for a ten per cent Increase IncreaseIn
In wage wageTO wagesTO allet alletTO
TO UIlGi SYMPATHETIC STIMUII STIMUIIIrcsUlcnt STHmlIrc STItiliIJrciileimt
IrcsUlcnt Irc ldrnt nrlutcrlInt imftiteitiiitionni if Interim tlonn I t tCiOliiK lrIlChlnl tlstclintstakiiimg 11I 11IOolllA
CiOliiK 10 o CM Cllllmlu CllllmluChicago CmiinilnChicago u ndn ndnChicago
Chicago June 1 President Melllcan Melllcanand Mellleanand ellcanAnd
and Burines 11nl Aifpnt Itodorlck of DIM District DieLrlct DIMtrlcl ¬
trict No o x International Int rnAtlonal Association 8 Oelation of ofMachinists oCMachlultl ofMacimimmiati
Machinists will leave 1111 ve tonight for or To Toronto Toronto o oronto ¬
ronto to confer with President OCon OConnet OConnell OCommnell
nell of thc International organization organizationrelative orgllnlzatlonIflative Orgunizatinimrelative
relative to the strike of mauhlnlsta now nowin noliIn nowIn
in progreM In Chicago It Is assumed assumedthe
the trip will 1 loe for or the purjmse of urg urging 1111In imrgng ¬
ing In ng < < sympathetic action on the part of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Hlltcd trades trndesThe tmdelflip tradesThe
The total number of machinists who whoar whoart
ar now out on strike In this city clt Is Isapproximately IsaPIfJxlrnately Istpiroxitn5tely
approximately 1400 1 OO The Th number was wasnot wallrlOl wasriot
not incfawd tllrR today toda Manufacturing ManufacturingMnpl Manufacturingmnploys
Mnpl mnploys > 11 whose machinists have gone KOIIBnut goneUt Oll Ollout
nut Ut will meet this afternoon to consider considerplans considerIllans considerilans
plans ilans for or terminating the local strike strikeMotornicn strIkelulnrlllclI strikecftrImlcn
Motornicn Ordiird to Quit Work WorkI mirk mirkDayton
I Dayton a > ton Ohio June 1 1A A union com conitulltfe com11I1111 cornnitice
ulltfe in whose hands the matter was wasft WRStoft wasft
ft ft has ordered the motormtn and All con conlurtors condurlorll conuctors
lurtors of the Peoples Street Hallway Hallwaynm HanWAYcnl1ll ltaiiwaynflmlafly
cnl1ll > nm nflmlafly III ny n to quit their cars at 4 oclock oclockhis
thl his afternoon the strike being bQln delayed delayedtut lIel ed edout
out of courtesy Murte to members mllI1 rs of the state statexnrd stalctJard stateard
xnrd ard of arbitration who are In the city cityifcklwr elt eltN cityeking
eking N king to secure an adjustment of the thellfTerneoes thedttrrnfPllllrItng timeIffvrneces
dttrrnfPllllrItng llfTerneoes arising out of the companys companyst cornPdnySl1rulIl companysrfuat
l1rulIl t fu sl 10 recognize the union Two of ofh ofthl ofh
thl h < > principal llm of the oily are n In Inolvid Inuhd inoIed
olvid and ani offlriag assert ai rt that timeyIll they theyi thf
i III not treat with the union under any anyircumttance nnyc1rrumtanCfll anyireumtflc5
ircumttance No other question Is In Inolved Inolvtd indye
olved dye
Topekn Mayoralty Context ContextTop COIlICAtTOllfka ContctTopeka
Top Topeka ka Kansas June 1 IThe The attor attorfor attarJIeI attoreye
eye > < for l otli > sides sl lI of the Parker 1arkerIu larkerumN
JlUlhNl Iu umN h mayoralty ma oralty contest COM Cill have havenre 11Ieff havetree
tree ff > fttJ 0 upon Jam R F Uirlmer as com comilssloiw 0011ImhllolItf oonmitaploner
ilssloiw to count the ballota cast atC at athr atthl
thl hr C spring election All dliputed hal Kilti 1hIlots halIs
lots > ti Hill be If designated and will ultl ultllately ultlmauoly dlialely
lately BO 0 b before fore the supreme court for forlie forhl
lie 5 dispute dll lltp to be settled ttled On Monday Mondaytie
the tie be supreme court will be asked to nd ndante ndanee adinee
ante the tb case for hearing not later latertun laterthan laterman
than the July Jul sessIon
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GARLAND CASE CASEREACHES CASEREACHES CASEREACHES
REACHES THE JtJR1Arguments JURY JUR1Arguments JURYArguments
Arguments in tho Murder M TrioOccupy Trio TrialOccupy TrIOccupy
Occupy the Entire DayItmOWERS Day DayPOWERS DayrOWEHS
POWERS VERY STRONG PLBi PLBiDUtrlrt IbE4Iitrtet A Amlrirt
DUtrlrt Attorne ltOtlll Chen n nItcilciy SrAtlhln SrAtlhlnHIIlnr NcrciiiimfIn
Itcilciy fIn leiy 01 I time > Tmtlmuii Intro Introanted IlIlrodueed Introdited
anted by b Ultncktni itiiese ut Trial TrialThe IrlalThe lriaITIme
The arguments for or thletlnBo I hi defense In th thGarland thlGarland LIIGarland
Garland murder Inll er trial were optne opened < l b bAttorney lJy lJyAttorney hiAttorne
Attorney Straup this murnlng He I 1m 1mpreI liiipressed in inprettied
prettied upon the th jury that they maui musfind must mustfind mauitin
find tin that the shooting by b Garland haiIceil hai hndteen hateen
teen done not only onl wilfully unlawful unlawfulnnd un umlawtuliand wtully wtullynlld
and feloniously but of malice afore aforethought Rtorthousht aforethought
thought beyond h yonll a teasoiaijle doubt be before liefore hefore
fore they th could find him guilty of mnurtier inur inurtier murIler
tier In the s vond degree denreeWhere drreeWhere degreeliere
Where liere Is the evidence of mallei malleiaforethought IIIn nmailcaortthmouglmt lice liceato
aforethought ato thl1ughI1 asked Mr Ir Straup StrRuIIrAh StraujTlie StraupTaltn
Taltn rAh the evidence of all the wltnll88t11 wltnll88t11and ivitnesseanti ltn s fi fiand
and you will fad none A declaratloi declaratloimade IletlorationImld mIecirmratiolmnud
made after cter the act will not justify jot jotIn yetlit OU OUIII
In uuttMlng at the state of the defend defendants l1atettllonts defendminCe
ants mind bofoie the shooting Hop Hopkins 11011ktn hopkimis
kins h It something of an athleto and nimmitrained r rtrained n nIralneel
trained boxer the prosecuting nttor nttorn nttorney attornay
nay n y needed I fld at the th uiea of a II man like llktlarlaiifl likeOarlGnlJ Ilklarlant
larlaiifl to much larger than Hopkins Hopkinsnot 1I0pklnnot
not throwing the disturber out of thisaloon the thesnloon thsaloon
saloon when iien ho became a illntmblru illntmblruelainutit lll ditHrbinelement tllrbing tllrbingelGmeflt
element but I recall how Jack Demp Demps Den1 Den1er
s 55 er y the light lI ht weight pugilist IU I list treatet treateta
a II much heavier man who thought thaihe thai thnthecil1ld tiirihe
he hecil1ld cquld throw the tl1 little prlzeflghte prizeflghtotarotiid prlzeflghtearound prlzel1ghlHnround
around aroundJuilpu nroundJUfJ arotiidJudge
Judge JUfJ J1I Iowers ook > up the argument argumenlat argumenat
at twenty minute put 11 oclock oclocklncliiR ocluckl oclock1ncing
lncliiR l nclnj the jury he ii commenced by say saylot BU BUlor saybig
lot Gentlemen of thc jury you OU art arthere orohere armhere
here to determine II whether or not thU thUman IhlllIl13n thimIllan
man pointing to Garlnnd shall go t ttho to tothl h htue <
tho penitentiary l for ten years elr or per perchance JlelImllcl psiilmnimctt
chance for or life To unlawfully IInla wtullr take a alife nIItu itlife
life there th rto must be shown hco n to be expresi expresior
or Implied malice If a man Is sudden suddenly lIuII1ellIystruck miUddemiiysttuck ¬
ly Iystruck struck In the face i lIslon ia lon will takethe take tukethe tnkttime
the place of malice and this Is whre whreI11Rnslauuhter here slmeremanslaughter heremanslaughter
manslaughter steps IItpllln In The prosecutionhan prosecution
han absolutely ab ulutel failed to show any ex express IXprus cxpiTse ¬
press malice There could be no Implied Impliedmalice ImpllfII11111cJ impliedmalice >
malice unless the active ag agent nt In the thektllUg Ihekllllllg tlm tlmkilitg
ktllUg can be Jt > shown to have an abnn abnndotted abanonedand abaimotiedand
dotted onedand nnd malignant heart These Th men mencame mencame menamne
came Into the saloon riotously They Theynbusod Theyibusod fhernbusod
nbusod tills defendant insulted him and aridneulteti andInsulted ondInulted
Insulted Ms mother Had the th district districtattorney dlstrhtattotnQY districtattorney
attorney bellevpd beIl6v 1 Hint there was Im Implied 1m1IIel1 hailietI ¬
plied ilietI malice he would not have changed changedI
I he eire from rom murder In the fIrst to tomurder tomurder tonurder
murder In the second IIconl degree Judge JudgePower JudlJilowet1l Judgeowen
Power owen than S ravl avm v careful and exploit explcttilellnltlcns exploitlefinItlens
11 ilellnltlcns eCl nltron II of the different kinds ofnonlammgiitsr of ofmanslaughter otIOlnlu
IOlnlu manslaughter hlflr and homicide homicideThe homlchleThe homicideThe
The meanest m lIest loan charged with withcrlmt a acrime arrimne
crime must l he > e put In trial with itim the thepr th thJrI timereaumptton
pr JrI mimptlon of f Innocence Innll < IICf To flail him himguilty himHulltv hmimmiuilty
guilty this prexumed Innocence must mustbe II1Ultbe mustIi
be Ii overborn by such a fight of evi evidence 4IvlI eviiente ¬
dence I nte OB shall nerve to satisfy every everyman Ier everyrTUtii
man on the tlm Jury beyond he ond a l reasonable reasonabledoubt rll reasormaluieIoubt BonAhle BonAhleIioubt
doubt that the man Is not Innoctrit InnoctritThis InnullntThis innunermtFhis
This defendant must nut be contltted contlttednn comldeon
nn any mere theory thf whim caprice or orsuggestion orsuggelltlon ortuggeslion
suggestion rime great law of elf de defense detns mIsensI ¬
fense tns U I born In n man and the Al Almighty AII11hht Aliighty ¬
mighty han plared It In the hreasta l of ofthe oCthe oflie
the meanest creatures Pelf preserva preservation IrnaIton hreervaIon ¬
Ion has ha truly ben ftn said to be the lii lint lintnf firstlawlI flrstalca
lawlI nf of nature natureWhen lIatllttWhn natureWhen
When the th run was lire fired the man manivaa mnnW maimvan
W van B In great reat fear for bin life Ontle Ontletneu OInlleruen Gemitlemien
mien of t the jury think what hat you would wouldilq YoulddQ
ilq under IIn er n 1 similar excitement when whenrou wh whmsimoU 1I 1IrOil
rOil oU were Itelng abused and a 1111 Initulted Initultedwithout 11U1ll1tft1wlthoUIc instill instillvltiioutcaued
without vltiioutcaued cau Uf 4 and even In the name of ofourmother otrour ofourmot1merwis
rour ourmother ourmot1merwis mothtw was dru dMllred ved In ami coy corretl co cored coyTeti
red with wltimny e lumn Inn 1 I1 may 1II1l prvMne prvMnerour JlfIHnoour
rour our life and limb from threatening threateningids Ih tlnlnlPi tlnlnlPiaels
ids tct You may mil kill when It appears to torou 14 14ou toou
rou ou that you are In danger of giestoilily great greatLHxllly WftlltIJOdlly
LHxllly harm harmCounsel harmCounstl harmCounsel
Counsel Own made a strong Itnn argument arKUtMnto
to o show that there was ai 1 malice shown shownipon IIhotlnullon
ipon the part of II JIIklnl < pklnn wtin hn he made madehc midII
the hc assault on Garland who Will waaluletly WillqUIptI wasUiQtiy
I luletly attending to his business behind behindhe
i the he > bar UrIf barIt barIf
If he had Iii killel Garland h would wouldlave wouldhave uouhIave
have lave been beenguilty guilty of murder In the first firstIngree linttI mitegree
tI Ingree or ree Therefore It Is evident under underhe undPTthe underme
he me etrtUmtAUNII elrcum tmir that Garland could couldtot enuhlnot
tot 1ul have Iwrn guilty of such JlU < h n 1 crime crinveCounsel erlrMCounel crimeCounsel
Counsel then read 1ul at length from limo thncstlmony thotetlmGn limostirn4nmy
cstlmony of 04ean and other Witnesses vltnwesor wllnft el eltJlr
tJlr or the state who ho be rndeavorod In Inhow tnho tohow
how ho were too busy bus with their card cardame cudJlUTle cactimune
ame to topa pay much attention to njiy njiyhlng NI NIthln iy iyIng
thln hlng Ing else going oln on In the saloon
F1L1P1NOSWILLBE F1L1P1NOSWILLBEGIVENPASSPORTSN FILIPINOS Will BE BECIVEN
GIVENPASSPORTSN GIVENPASSPORTSNSecy CIVEN PASSPORTS PASSPORTSSeey
Secy Hay So Directs Ambassador Choate ChoateEntitled ChoateEntitled ClioateEntitled
Entitled to Protection of United StatesCircular States StatesCircular StatesCircular
Circular to be Sent Diplomatic Agents
Washington Juno 1 ITn In answer nn er to tohis tolaiR tohis
his appllnctlon for Instructions Secv SecvHny SecvHny iecyhay
Hny has directed I1lree II II Abinusuador Chonto Chontoat
at London to Issue passports to tho two twoFilipinos twohhiiluiri
Filipinos 1 Who appeared at the embassy embassyyosloHay embollsi embassyyosterlay
yosloHay i as residents of the Philip Philippine lhlllullne Iimiilripine ¬
pine Islands and as such lIuchel1t1tlell entitled to tothe tothe tolimo
the protection of tho United StatusThe Slates SlatesThe SlatlIfhe
The he decision upon thla point oInt Is of 1m 1mportance hnpOllnnclI unportance
portance as having perhaps some somebearing somoblnrln somebearing
bearing blnrln upon the status of the PeoPiof people peopleof
of the Philippines IortoHIco Poria Weo and andGuam Budluam andGuam
Guam A yoar oar ago tho decision waa waareached wnsr SaSreached
reached r to regard time th Porto Illcans as asentitled 1Sentltlell asentitled
entitled to thin protection conveyed conveyedby COI1IJ ell ellby
by an American passport but a formal formaldecision forimmnidecisIon torll1llJecl
decision Jecl lon of the test cane cn o wan prevented preventedthrough Jlroventcdthrour1t preventedtimrounhm
through the withdrawal of tho applica application uppllcatlon ¬
Ion The Fornker I act determined tho thoright thoright timerIght
right of Porto 0mb Hlcans n nut citizens of ofPorto atPorto ofIorto
Porto flee to tho protection of tho thoUnited thoUnited timeUnited
United States government It Is now nowheld nowhold nowheld
held that the Bjiooner law convoys time tliosame tIlOsnme timeannie
same privilege to tho Inhabitants of ofthe otthc oftIme
the Philippines PhilippinesThe
The United States statutes prohibit prohibittho
tho Issue of n 1 passport to an any but butAmerican butAmerican butAmerican
American cltlzuv cltlzu Hut those later laterants lafernnls laterLimits
ants the Fornker I act and cud the Spooner Spoonercat
cat Impose obligations In their turn toniwhich turnwhich turnwhlcb
which may be regarded as fl qualifying
ENGLISH GOVERNMENT RETICENT RETICENTFailure
Failure to Give Out News Concerning Operations in South SouthAfrica SouthAfrica SouthAfrica
Africa Causes Anxiety AnxietyWar War Office Answers AnswersDo
Do Not Allay It
London June l tThe Tho reticence of thi thigovernment thogovcrnment lbgovernimment
government regarding tho battle o oVladfonteln of ofVlaConteln aVladfoimtein
Vladfonteln and other military event ovontiof ocntHot eventof
of Borne Importance which have recent recently
ly occurred at widely wldel separated point pointIn 110lntllIn
In South Africa has led to 0 coiisldctnlili coiisldctnlilianxiety consldetnlilcunxlety coimsidetabianxiety
anxiety This Is in no way Vn allayed bj bythe b bthe bjthe
the curious answer of the War VaroHico ar olllco to today todllY today
day to a question regarding the at atouraoy flCOUrIIC noenrico
ouraoy OUrIIC or otherwise of the recent ic icport IeIlOrt rePort
port that thu British wero ere fioviTulj fioviTuljdefeated lJevClllydeNII1 iievercieloftateil
defeated near Pretoria May 2 losing 4 4killed 4i 4ikilled G GItilled
killed 80 uoutuled COO prisoners and fibgutu fib sIxguru aimguims
guru The fh reply which the war olllci olllciJudcu olllcoJUlhu alibiJudge
Judge Powers finished his nrgumonl nrgumonlat
at 1230 when u recess was VU taken til
2 oclock oclockTho oclockfho oclockrime
rime taking of testimony was conclud concluded ¬
ed at 4 oclock yesterday eAlcrdn afternoon afternoonami
anti Prosecutor Ulchnor occupied tin tinremainder thoremllllHler thiremainder
remainder of the afternoon argument argumentto
to the Jury JuryGarland Jur JurGarland juryflariand
Garland was as put on the stand during duringthc duringtho durlntime
thc afternoon nnd tcstltled that lit litheard hIhelrd hi hiimeard
heard violence on the part of Hoplcln Hoplclnand 1I0plllnlamI
and his hl companions and used his re revolver reolver reSoiver ¬
volver for time purpose of decndhmmimiomselt defending defendinghimself deCIdlnlrhlmRelf
himself Hf ii < swore that ho did not In Intend Intlmll intend ¬
tend to shoot but merely u uel1 cd the theweapon theweopon thEwemipon
weapon to strike Hopkins and nim had nc ncthought nothought artimotight
thought of hitting Williams Williamsleorge WllllalTlsOlorge WIiiiairmsGeorge
George DaUs Do Is Andrew P I Mnybcrry MnybcrryH
H II Quinn Cleorgi A Whltnkor WhltnkorStophen WhltnkorHtrphln Whltakorbteplicn
Stophen hays and C W V Watson testl testllied teRtitlm teatilied
lied to flarlandH reputation for having havinga
a peaceable anti IInl quiet ullt disposition dispositionTht
TIll district attorney gave a search searching searchIng searchlag ¬
ing review rl le of the testimony during his hlaopening hlRnpenlng hisopening
opening arKumcnt Ho will close tho thoarguments thonrgUmenlR timemmrguilments
arguments this afternoon and the case cnsuwill casuwill caseivill
will go 0 to the juryS Jury JuryHISTORICAL jUr jUrHI
S p V
HISTORICAL HI 11 SlO HI CAfJ CLASS CLASSUniversity ClJASSUllherllity CbASStiiilrerslty
University SUuUitts Slllll StudelitsWIio 1I18 Who Are liirsti liirstiliitr lnrstlIII liirstilug
lug III u Ilonsnnt Pf > nsnnt Slnily SlnilyAmong Htlll HtlllAmon Stintittnong
Among Amon the prominent features today todayat tOllnnt
at Paltalr Is I the visit Islt of the Historical HistoricalSociety HIstoricalSocIety lllstoricaiiioclcty
Society of the University Unlver lt of Utah Tho Thoorganization Thonrgunlzation Timeimiganization
organization consisting of about two twohundred twohundrCl1 twolmunired
hundred members each with an Amer American Amer1lnn Amenlcaii ¬
ican Hag went out on the 215 train trainOn trainOr trainOr
Or arriving at the resort the afternoon afternoonuas
was spent In talking over the promineat promi prominent promlnent ¬
nent features and characteristics of ofthe atthe oftime
the lake and surrpundlng country count A Abrief Abrief Abrief
brief talk was W5 given the student br brMr b bIr livMr
Mr Ir levi I Young Youn who told of the cnily cnilyexplorations en eallyexplorations IY IYexplnratlons
explorations In this thl part of the covln covlniy OOt l lI
iy I from rota the time of Ln Hontanc HontancFrench 1I0ntal1 JiontmtFrnci < Co CoInch
French explorer of If the seventeen seventeencentury Btonttt sevonteuIicentury Itr Itrcentury
century down to thc thm time of the ad advent 1111vnl it itnt ¬
vent nt of the Mormon pioneers The Theremaining Theremaining therelnlllnln
remaining portion o the day was ns swn swnin spent spentIn
In dancing and ftn merrymaking The Th Ills Illstorlrul lJIRtnrlrlll hIittorleal
torlrul Society was organized In 1900 1900under 1900under 1oounder
under the supervision of Mr L I K KVoting 1 11011I10 Eciting
Voting citing of tbe thi University of Utah ami amiIt cml cmlIt
It bus hl for or Its motive the study of Utah
history On Friday the following of offlors ofIrl ofi1r
flors Irl were plwted to take charge oftime of ofthe otthe
the organization the coming season seasonPresident seasonIresldetml cnonJre
President Jre hlenl Arthur Adams vice presi president lrlIlIlent imresident ¬
dent Amy Am Lynmn secretary Claude
Hams assistant secretary rltnrymlcn Kicn rib
bits executive committee John Peal
John Hume Rliw Ward Wa Ill Huby Wonn WonnMQUFHONOUST WonnWll1o WonimMOll
MQUFHONOUST MQUFHONOUSTYountr MOll ji HONORS HONORSYOUI1J JIONOItSYouni
Yountr Utah Itoy 1IoyScorm 110 Scores cor Another VIc VIctoiy Vietel Ic IctOJ
toiy tel III Wellington WellingtonSpecial Wft8hlllfollSpeetl SIiRhIhgfflhSpecial
Special lo the News NewsWashln NowWalhlnllon enp enpWashiniton
Washln Walhlnllon ton D C June l UcnJamln I4ienjaminIi UcnJamlnL lI nJnmln nJnmlnI
L I Illch of Ogden wna wa awarded a Rr41elt the thowcond the4COnd timesecond
second price In a 1 debate on the th be Cuban Cubanpolicy CubanOI1c1 CubanmoiIcy
policy before R large audience last eve evening 80nlng evestag ¬
stag be taking kine the nlllrmntlve side thatcuba that thatCuba thatCutJa
Cuba should I be free freeA
A few weeks an the ii News ewe cave gavean cavean gaoan
an account of H debate that wns n nl held heUlnt list listit
nt the th Columbian L IA 14w w nrhool the neil neilution
tutlon that till young Hich Is attending In Inwhich Inwhlh inwhich
which the latter lal tfr was wa on the tim winning wlnnlneslle winningtile 111111111
tile Ie The young orator Is the ildcjt POII POIIif 11011It sotiit
It Presldfiit Hoi K It Illch of the South Southrn Southtrn
trn rn States mli ITIblon < lon He ban only attended nt ntlemle nttfooetl
tended < l the ti Columbian Law 11 school hool l one oneyear one7eU onerear
year having entered It last foil foiltcrmnii tiillGerlllall failj failGernisim
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Berlin June 1 IThe The Gerrnan oerm IrOn IrOneld
lad dIvision ifllled from Wu iE Sam Samfor Sang b
for or Singapore Slnl > 3pore l
the original act and may ma onbalo th thgovernment the thegovernment thegovermmmmiemmt
government to avoid a decision upon upontin uponIh uponthe
tin Ih question of AiniTlcan citizenship > ot otthe attho oftime
the Islanders At any atm rate the circular circularDistinctions clrculal1I11111uctlOll8 circularinstructiomma
Distinctions now In formulation which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be sent out to all United States Stafeidiplomatic Statesdllilomntlc Stafeedlpiomtmatic
diplomatic and consular representa representatives ¬
tIcs will 11 direct them to Issue notcertiiieatee not notcertificate notcertlkntoll
certificate but genuine American paEJIIlorts patsi patsiports pac pachurts
ports to tho Islanders IslandersIlBFEimED IslandersHI islamidersfl1FldIt1jED
IlBFEimED HI l EllnED TO WASHINGTON WASHINGTONLondon WASh1lNGTONLommdon
London Juno J IThu Tho ofllctala oC tlidUnited tlid uidUlllte1 tii tiiVniteml
United States ombassy Inform the A Asoclated All AllSOlluled Asociated
soclated Press that tho matter of grant grantIng grantIng grammtlrmg <
Ing a passport to the Filipino who np applied nphilled npIllIel1 ¬
plied for or one yesterday had to be re referrcd ref icterra
terra f < rrtHI to Washington as nllil It was the first firstlinesuch firsttlmQ firsttime
time linesuch such an application had been madeby made rnadoby mndob
by b a person of this nationality Tho ThoFilipino ThoI TheFilipino
Filipino I desired to travel tmvelln In Russia and andthough nndthoUIJh antithough
though the applicant took tho oath ot otulleulanco oCulleulllnco ofttllelaiico
ulleulanco to the United States In Span Spanish SpanIBh Spanisli ¬
ish and aim English l I1lIsh tho embassy consid considered conslderell conaidcrc ¬
ered crc It advisable to submit the matter matterby
by cable to Washington aa It has frc frcfluently treflucntly frcquentiy
fluently dono when passports were res te4titmestiif resqueHte re reIjUeHtll1
queHte < t The embassy Is now awaiting awaitingii
ii 1 reply Time lh applicant was W quite con contented contented contented ¬
tented and thankod the lie olllclals of tile thsembassy tileemlJass timeembassy
embassy for time action taken
vouchsafed we e have ha e no official iniormniition Infor Information Inror1II00tlon ¬
mation hiia aroused come misgivings misgivingsThe
The Sun today tol1ll publisher a 1 sensational Kennatlonalstory Hln sensationalstory utlonal utlonalAlory
story to the effect that len 11 Hoilm ha haarrived has ha4arrleel hasarrived
arrived at SUundrrton and la communi communicating communicntlnlt comitimmunicattng ¬
cating by b telegraph with Mr Ir Krugur Krugurthrough Krugumthrough ruol ruolthrough
through tho NiUlierlanJu go govemnmnsut govemnmnsutumppenhhmig inm lnmnt lnmntalllcnl1l11 nt ntappealing
appealing to Mr r Kruger to sue for forpeace foreace or orlaC
peace eace Iord Kitchener < ltchener In smld < 1 to have havegiven hoveRiven havegitcn
given Ilotha permission to adopt this thision thisou tiltscoq1e5011
ion ou me meThe e efhe
coq1e5011 The Sun further turth < r hears that 10000 10000ulus 10000Zulus 10000huius
ulus Zulus havu ho gone one on the him warpath arputhto uwllljf uwllljfto
to Hoer rnklH rnl H In ululanJ ZululnullTJlE huiulntmdTlil ululanJTHC
THC P01MVS IOPI S IiirCliK HLAOK HLAOKWas ntJOICWay IIbACICns
Was ns IanioiiH In liCntiiolio Cnlliollo Circles for forIlls IlIrIII 11wlila
Ills III Mtcrnry Altnliiiiionls AltnliiiiionlsNew 11011111I011111Now
Now York Juno l lTho Tho Herald herd says saysTomorrow SosTomorrow saysToimiorrow
Tomorrow will occur tho funeral of otWilliam oflIIlnll1 ofWilliam
William lIIlnll1 A Wlllyms the sacristan ot otthe oCthe oftIme
the Ionian Cothollc church of St StIlcnedlct StInodlct Stflenedict
Ilcnedlct the Moor The sacristan was wasknown wasknown wasknowmm
known throughout the United States Statesfor 8tatestor Statesfor
for his learning and literary attain attainments attulnments attainimmentn ¬
ments It was the great object of hislife his hislife hislite
life to becomu a priest His father was wasa
a slave and lived on a plantation at atMount atMount atMourmt
Mount Vernon adjoining the homo of ofC ofGun oflien
C Gun n Washington WasimtngtoumYoung WashingtonYoung WashlnltonYoung
Young Wlllyms was In Washington WashingtonI
I n C for a 1 few yeuiH CUH and then thenthrough thenthrouh thenthrough
through the Influence of friends who whoere whowere whovere
were ere Impressed by b tIme th aptitude tiilch iaichlie tiilchhe lcl1 lcl1he
he showed In study stud was sent to Home HomeHe HomeHe homelie
He was about 20 j years cars ar old In 1SS6 when whenIIP whenhe whenhip
hip arrived at Home He studied In the thupropaganda thtpropaganda thepropaganda
propaganda for several years Mr Wll Wlllyms WIllnS Whihymns
hymns waR as In the same class with Arch Archbishop Archhhhop Archiishop
bishop Corrlgan When his grace acc vis viahod visItfJd visIto
hod Ito the church of St Henedlct B nel1lct th thMoor the thltIoor theMoor
Moor ho always met m t the sacristan and andtalked nneltalkell nailtalked
talked to him In Kalian of the days oC oCHome oCItome ofItorne
Home HomeMr ItorneMr ItomeIr
Mr Ir Wlllyms was In Hemp In the days daysof 1Ia1Iot
of Pope Plus IX HP was known as asthe alth asthe
the th popes little blaok Thc outbreak outbreakof
of the olvll war made It Impossible for forMr folr forMr
Mr r Wllbms to return to this country countryan
an a priest lie wan never ordained Ho Hosaw 110II liecciv
saw II that It would be n mistake for him himto himto hintto
to attempt to take orders or ers He decided decidedto
to devote his lIfe to teaching nnd alt to toliterary toIItPrnr toliterary
literary pursuits H lIme spoke Latin LatinItalian lAtInJtallon LatinItalian
Italian and French with llueney llueneySeveral lIuencyteral ituencySeveral
Several years were spent by him as asaselntant asn asassistant
assistant n librarian of the Pratt library libraryIn
In Baltimore He was afterward scent sacristan ancrlstBn scenttan ¬
tan and anlllulstant assistant librarian In the Cath Catholio Cotholle Cathrhtc
olio university unler lt In Washington His ser servlies 8orIes sonices
ices as sacristan at tho church of StJenehlct St fitIeneillot StenplIrt
Ieneillot till Moor extended over eight elchtyears ellhtPllr8 eightyes
years yearsMr yes Pllr8 Pllr811r ra raMr
Mr Wlllyms was regarded by persons personsof
of his hl race as an oracle Ho know all allalunit nilahollt altabout
about the old families of the South nnd nndthHr nndtlltlr am amttmtr
thHr history U I t IR thought that among amonghis QmonhIs immomighis
his papers pa frs will he h found many man docu document documentl docurmtelmt ¬
ment which hlh will 11 prove of literary and andhistoric andhHtnrll antitilatiric
historic alue lie was a frequent ctm ctmtrlhutor CCInIrlbutnr eCimiribiltor
trlhutor to rnaRfltlnes and church pub pubIliatlons pubIhallollll pubfrstloiis
Iliatlons The journals devoted to the theInterests thlInlerMII theneresta
Interests of the negro rAre In this coun country countn cotmnry ¬
try ry contained many contributions from fromhi tromhiM
hiM hi mis pen IXTICom Jlfnonlernlng penommnlng
Com onlernlng wnlng his ace a there seems to b bi be bea
a i < infusion rontusI of dates He said he was < 3I GIelfll Ciears 3Iyears
years ears but It Is believed he was wa a llttlo llttloolder IIltllIolder iltthmider
older
lilt Llbrrnl Gains III I 1eox 1eoxLondon o oLondon OI OI11II110n
London Jmmn June 1J l L A less liberalma liberal liberalfins IIbcralhAS
fins ma been elected elect to parliament for HIt th9North HItNorlh tlm tlmnrtt
North nrtt I1lvltll II vl Mi in of Knsex IX succ succeeding + vdlnc Ar Artitlre ArminI Armiirp
minI Woodhouiip oodhol1 l liberal lItM > rILI < ilcaisI lren 4 Jilt Hlimajority Jiltnajorlty JII JIImajority
majority was a 79 n a U against a liberal liberalmajority IIJ4Irllmajorlt liberalnajority
majorlt majority of 110 at the precrdlus prect > dlnl elec election stecIon ec eclion ¬
lion
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lnnlon Jnue 1 1Iord I < ord Palmoulhi Palmoulhirlllo FalmnUlhfCrrlllo
Crrlllo > rlllo won on thc th ii MhltuntMr Whlt untldc rltio Of Cfoon
1000 oon worvwlgn nt the thlI M anchMter anchMterkVhllountlle ancheetlrWhlt aneheaterlhiteuntiha
Whlt kVhllountlle ul1t1le meeting today tud P 1 Loril Lorilard Lorlllard1 145111sr
lard1 ard sr s Amoret II Maher Rblr up was swc swcwrt ee eenil
nil and War 1alnt owne owned < l by Lord LordDurham IlIrdDurham Lordurhanm
Durham third Ten horse ran ranIan ranlun raniou
Ian MnuLarai lIolr 1I un < u HiiKlnii huthmiiIendon HiiKlniiIinrlon lnll lnll1no1on
Iinrlon Jun I IThl The Key nl John JohnIVntnon JnhnWatllon Jn JnVatson
IVntnon him Ian MaIircn > who la last ft year yearKSI yearak tar tarait
KSI ait moderator of the KiiKllih 1n tIh Preshv PemphyricO Preshvrlun ItfhIrilln
Irilln ricO ayntNl 1nlH was al imkul b br 1 ii represn represnalive reJICpntalhl relresnmithe
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opinion of the Ann AIIlrlon rlnn IT oJslln < Islon to r rlie ft ftII reIe
lie II the confetfcion ii < writes writesMany WrltelJan t rites ritesMint
Many on this aide Id of the Atlantic Atlanticire
I ire glad to know that their Preebytor Preebytoran rblorIan
Ian an brethren In the United States jlro jlroKK rroJIf lroto
JIf KK to revise rnt the oonfewton It Is an annteltectual I1nInlettual anitellectual
nteltectual wood r but would be 1m 1miroved IInprovtd iraroved
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