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5Although Mth0Ug11 It wasBETTER was wnsplom wasolvit
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SOME BETTER BETTER7uhlnglon
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7uhlnglon June DThc G1habrlghtcat G1habrlghtcatlulltdu rhe brightest brightestVtH
VtH lulltdu l 1lued l iu d by tt the attendlnff nUcn l physl physliu
tUCJ iu rfjorJIiii 3Iri McKlnleya con cont c on ond
d at ene ne her return to Washington Washingtonj
j u rl rJrm > n out today after their con conMiton contatun cnnLtJfl
Miton tatun It reported that her general generalMtlm genernlWll8
Mtlm fl was C somewhat Improved but butiius hutil
iius il t II remarked that It held out noth nothI
I k definite for the future Mrs Me MeIWtley MeKltJey lc lcKtJey
IWtley hu bun unable as a yet ct to take taketl tnkef takefo1
tl Ml f J although It baa not been beentcewjrjr beenrI
rI tcewjrjr < Jry to I rtsort r sort to heart stimulants stimulantst
t rifogiyerlne t to erIni since her return to toVjhinifton toWhIDgtun taflthngtun
Vjhinifton llrandy lir ntly Is administered administeredIL
IL r I i oftmid err nnd chlrken both are u 10 now IIO her heri
i 11 I 1 Al r th tho pliysiclans had gone goneli1 gonoIf
li1 If murnlng the President nccom nccomi
i 1 tor S tc e y Taylor ot Ohio who whorvnts whonts whons
rvnts nts Mr Ir M I < Klnleys home dU dUt dlsI dhIn
t I in the lower Housewent out for a nlui ar alLz
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> lui llI nas 18 at ft till White VhIt HouseCutout House Houset
Cutout t atoul ot ttwny Un nly minutes shortly bo bor
r t 1 10 o trk c k th i afternoon He saidp said sahlI
p s I was a no n li 11l1g tiCo In MrsMcKlnleys MrsMcKlnleysF rs telnleys telnleysJIHon
F illon TIll fl physicians will not hold holdpatter holdcther holdther
patter cther 4 mjultatlon until unt tomorrow tomorrowa
lng lnga
a visitor vslt r who ho saw President Mo Mor Mcftcrnoon Ic Icey
ey r tbi th afternoon ntCrnoon the President Presidentt
U I h l rt f t mai mudl h oncournccd by the theRang therhbng ther
in rhbng r Rang 1g for the better beter In Mrs Mrssys MrsrKlnle
rKlnle hnly sys condition conditon nnd expressell expressedhoi
rI hoi horn that the tide had turned turnedn turnedthat
J that n from now on tdo she might con cont
t to tl t tTIll improve improveK Im Toe Toetl
tl TIll K UOXSTITLTioN CO STIioS IN TOW
ikea en to tho HcrrcsliofTa Icrresllts Works t terKO to totmlrrJo tUnthrgn
tmlrrJo Unthrgn erKO Ilopalr fleibttirsxtwIrt IlopalrI neulrRt1Nrt
xtwIrt t1Nrt I It I L June BThe yachl yachlln neht nehtoJUutn achlWitUtkfl
oJUutn WitUtkfl In low to IHt ft the harbor harborIly liarboif
Ily iry tol today f i the Hencshoffs 1erreshors worki workif
f i Etln BrtiM BrsM i t ta undergo underlo repairs of tho Ihemage thage
iwwge mage age i m by the collapEC colapl of heipi hei herI heiktl
pi ktl I man mal r 111 hl A cn a I trial pin outside QUtsdtwnarli
wnarli hatr hartr r j Tdny rdn Considerable rig rigtra
c tra ra 1 n II over the port roll mi u ue ns nsHi nSe
e I rt Stl Hi 1 started starte up tho bay blY to toof tolf toay
lf a l It Ig steel boom gave hcr hcrdt heir
r dt ILt C I rt rtDI
DI of SiiiokeleM Slokclr Powder 10wIIC horning nlrnln nlrnlnv horningv
v I June B A t magazine nl nlril
1Iae 1 h nl 1 1uir navy yard nrll containing containingni contllnln contllnlnct
ct tle1 ni n of smokeless stl0keless powder powderi powderthla
uir i ii i this morning mrln by chem chcmThe chemi
i i a r The ri
powder did not ex exlated
tyi oJe U Up UMrn t lated rted enough ltd gas nR and andthc andIk andthe
p Ik r thc top off th inngft inngftimler
t j G imler L der Is no now slowly burn burnP
up P It t u far removed rmocli rioe from thejV the thoak
ak k r jV Jn > ct and there Is no n danger dangerton dnngC
an eXf xr xrfr ton The magazine tnluzlne Is n nrnMed 1
Mrn I c M rnMed Irtcd uoted In 1S57 nt a cot
k r r1 1 rlred thousand thousnll dollars dolars It Itil I Its
Ii Ie s il loss losst 108
Te Tb n t tine aIn where the smokelesss1 smokeless smokelessstored 8nol < leS8
I s1 T stored Is I
sred 1 conttructed conttructet of
HI 1 i nl a the tmc tUne It I vas buit built was
rl r 1 1 It I Is II located on the end endl end1n endini
l 1n ini nl nwny a from nil other
l Ii t E 1 I J J there thtre pecmg eeml to ni be no nofxploilon 10
fr frrj ig g fxploilon or damage da1ge to tositlne
J t 4ilIiflga lngs on the island ex
t sitlne I tlnc Twenty tons ton of ofr
ilc k
r v I dor is merely burning burningapprehension burln
f N > apprehension Is felt here heren
In rj 1 v vIn I n I i hUt Utle Jte excitement ex lemcnt over overt
t a I large quantity Iunntt of tt pow powft
IS g ft I cn Mart Ial Island I lnnt notaway not noto
r
a I i o away ln The olllclnls olllclnlsM olclnis olclnisr
r I M t ijn IIin are busy directing directingf dlrcctnG
r I f th fire taking piecau piecaunv pxecaupossible
I g t nv o possible po lble dar Illr 1arer jer er and andn a
1 j gl J fli n > InformationE Information Intornton IntorntonIIllt nt
IIllt flIt hhItIc SI SIaGOI lGo1 S flmEhemIt KHRIJ KHRIJpn rlm rlmhemlct
hemlct Plr l Plnlh rather ratherUp l
pn Ihlil ttlIlIip Up Wns IM flM Not ot Polfionel PolfionelI lolsOllll lolsOllllf
f I w y k June G G1he The report Iort p t
tt rrl IfrRu fgUIOI 0 > an annn analytic analyticfl nnahtc
h l madl nadft an examination o othe
e exnmlnaton exnmlnatonor
or the th itv He I
fl Ii Ihl n s Phillips PhillipsPft PhIIIG
1 th I 1 t Pft PI p1 who was Wa found Uinl dead deadrnts IMd
1Z a aTtmtnta rnts of Ur Kirk Irk Sinn Sinnaso Sinnks
7 ks k ago shows sholl that Fatlier
tlurs atler
lr fq t i nt 01 l rlwnl polsomipil l onrt Stanley
Ai Iib0 tTT5igi before the thE coroner today
rler toa toap
p a t SUnlev Stnle WAI arnvltred Itllcred
clear that the war ar In South Africabitiih Africa Africastill Atrcn Atrcnll
still keeps many habitues away toddys toddyscontest tod todAyscontest 1 1contest
contest ll for the blue ribbon rlllon of time thullrlllsh tholrltsh time1irIiii
llrlllsh turf wns VO witnessed wlnesed by ly much muchgreater Inuchsr nUchgretter
lrltsh
greater sr tcr crowds than for some years yearspast yenrsIIUSt yearsliast
past The weather was nil ni that could couldbe
be wished wlshel for this tho peoples picnic picnicVehicle picnicYehlclel picnIcVehmlcie
Vehicle llrst IIst toiled toa d In by twos andthrees and andthrees andthreos
threes and then by dozens and scoresuntil scores Icoresltl scomeuntil
until tho white road leading to tho thoUOWIIH theuommH
UOWIIH ltl smoked whie with the dust of the thevast theVOlt timevast
101111 VOlt vast hetorogenous wih cavalcade cnvlicade and ald th thulr thulr time timeulr >
ulr Was wal lllled IUcd with Wih a 1 weird wolrdmedley weirdmedic wcltdmedley
barrel or organs or1II1alli orgatam ¬
medley medic from room tin trumpets trmllt8
gans and cornets In The he trains brought broughtthousands hroughtIhnlennts broughttlmLsands I
1II1alli thousands Ihnlennts of people from alt al directions directionsand dlrecton8 dlrecton8and I
and later came the coaches cOldlcl and carriages car carriages cnrrllge ¬
riages rllge dropping their aristocratic rtiltocratc occu occupants occuJllt8 occujammts ¬
pants at n the entrances of tho grandstands grandatands grand gmndsands ¬
lt
Jllt8 stands and Jockey club enclosure elclosule until untilthose ulll untilthese
sands
those were fllltd d Such a display dlsllu ot otfashion oCCnJhlol offashIon
I
fashion CnJhlol and f bright colors colo s had hlil not been beenseen hecnseOI Imeonaewl
seen In Kngland nlatll IIIht since the opening ollenlnl ot ottho oCtho oflimo
tho seOI war 1 Muny Mlny old oh and well wel known knownpations knownIlatluns knownlatrons
pations of the turf were 01 seen Beel such suchfavoritftii suchflorl suchtaoritei
favoritftii Ilatluns florl as lS King Kdward and Lord LordItosebcry 1011 1011Hosolcr LorlItosebery
Itosebcry Hosolcr were necessarily tecessnrl absent ulsent ow owing owIlg ovlag ¬
lag Ilg to the olllclal olcial period of mouinlng mouinlngfor mour nlng
for 01 Queen Victoria being Iclng still stl unex unexplred uneXIII unexhired
hired III red Khaki was even eol more consplcu consplcuous
bus than last < year en when whol the popular popularvictory popularvictory I
victory of the then Prince of Wales WalesDiamond WalcsDiamond VaIOSDiamond
victor Diamond Jubilee Julllee was V coincident colnctent with withLord wih wihL withLord
Lord L d Hoberts entry Into Johannesburg JohannesburgFoxlmll JohnnnesburFoxhal JohannesburgFoxhall
Foxlmll Kcenus Olympian Olrplan Henry Henryled henryled en
led Foxhal until a 1 quarter of a mile rle from home homewhen hOIP hOIPwhcn homewhen
when unt Volodyovskl drew Ic to the frontfollowed front frontfollowed fronttolowcd
olo1ovsl < trew
followed by William the Third and won wonby wonhr
by tolowcd a quarter 1 Wilam of a length lenilh Four Fourlengths Fourlengths Fourlengths
Ilulter
lengths separated lepaoted second and a 0 third thirdhomo thirdhonus third3moros
homo Florlform was fourth tourtimTime fourthTho tourthTho
Tho betting b was wal G to 2 against Volo Voloilyvoskl Volo1vpskl Volodywoski
ilyvoskl tng 100 to 7 against William Wiiam the theThird thehlrd timeThird
1vpskl
Third hlrd and 40 to 1 against Veronese VeroneseThe
The starters were Volodyovskl < L LIlelff Lnelf Liltd
Ilelff ltd If Forlform handicapper Martimi Mar Martin Iartl ¬
nelf tin Revenue William the Third Roy Royal noyul Royal ¬
al tl Hogue Veronese Wilam Sang Hleu 1eu War WarBrave Wargrave Vnrgrave
grave logue Plelermarltzburg H 11 II IIVtles 1 HVeles
Vtles des Ian Inl Uoyal Ioal George corle Cdtager CdtagerOlympian Cctnser CctnserOl CittagerOlympian
Olympian Ol tplnn Henry Orchid Tantalus TnntalusMaher TantalusMaher TantalusMaker
Maher Lord Bobs St Maclou Rus RusUln Rualeln fluskIn
kIn Dorlcles Clnquer CinueI Prince Charles CharlesII CharlesI
II I Turner and Osboch
Coroner Bausch said lald that his hope tohear to lohear tohear
hear that the dead priest was WUI not pols poisoned polsuned polsoned ¬
oned had been realized renlzed and nOi It gave jf Ye him himmuch himmuch himmnuclm
hd
much pleasure to release rolele Stanley from fromcustody trumcustod traincustody
custody He said the shadow Bhatow had been beenremoved beenImooll branrenmoveil
removed from over Stanley nnd he hicould hecould hecould
could now go U his way Ho 1e declared declaredtho
tho man discharged dischargedStanley dlscharsed dlscharsedStalle dischargedStanlel
Stanley shook Bhlole hands with the coroner coronerhis coronerhis coronerhis
his Stalle counsel and the the assistant district districtattorney districtattorney districtatornoy
attorney atornoy nnd witnesses and left the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court house housePauncofbto houselaltC hotise1ammncofocthi1s
Pauncofbto laltC 1ammncofocthi1s rotoS Sallfi If tt lr > r EnglandNew England EnglandNew l nllnll nllnllNew
New Ydrk Y rk June5Lrt June 6 5Lord Lord Pauncefote PauncefoteIHJtlsH Pnuneftote Pnuneftotenrlsh VauncsfoteBritish
British ambassador nmba sndor to the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStatts UnitedSInUs
nrlsh States palled Flled on the steamship St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis today for Southampton He isreturning Is Isreturning Isrcturnln
returning rcturnln to England for a rest and Ind ex expects expects oxIeets
pects to be lI gone until untl early enr earl In October OctoberI
I look forward to this trip with lIh In Interest Interest interest ¬
terest said the diplomat as ni r shall shallmeet shal shallmeet
meet King Edward for the tlrst time timesince tne tneelncc tintesince
since lie became lecnme king I shall ehal go direct directto
to London and after nter that Ihlt my m clans are arauncertain areuncertain 010 010uncertain
uncertain uncertainKilled uncertainIIOII uncertainitlilemi
Killed IIOII Ills HM WUo Wllo VIloanil anil ull Daughter DaughterSt lal htr htrSt
St Louis June GA C A special to the thePost thePost thePost
Post Dispatch Dst1atch from Macon Mo says eaystlmt snsthnt saystlmat
tlmt James Stacey an engineer aged
51 living 1lng ten miles mies east lnst of there on the theBurlington theUurlnlton theBurlington
Burlington road today In a nt f of men mental mentnl mental ¬
tal Uurlnlton aberration rant killed kiled his wife wlo and anddaughter anddauhter andlaughter
daughter aged 18 and then after nCcr re relating reIntnC reiating ¬
lating the fact to a neighbor shot him himself himscl hiamself
self IntnC to death James an Syearold 8 earold son sonwns sonwn sonwas
scl was spared The tragedy occurred ear early lar larI earlY ¬
ly I this morning when the victims victms were wereasleep wereneleep rcreasleep
asleep asleepFIIKXCH neleepPI asleepPitECII
FIIKXCH PI SCn CLAIMS CJAmg 8KTTLED 8KTTLEDPorto SI SETThjEDPorte lTIm lTImPorto
Porto Pays Those Timosolue Duo luo onAocountof onAocountofArmenian on AoeountofIlonlln Account ot ot4tIIncimimIlm
Armenian Ilonlln Massacre MnssneretConstantinople MassacreConstantinople InuacrelConstantinople
Constantinople Juno 5 5fhe The French Frenchembassy Frenchembnss Frencimeambassy
embassy Is being felicitated telclnted by the thooindals theotcnls theolflciais
oindals of the other embassies for se securing securing securing ¬
curing otcnls the settlemtnt of Its ls Armenian Armenianmassacre Armenianmassacre Armenianmassacre
massacre claims Thc porte June 4 4paid 4Iahl 4pakl
paid over 20000 the balance bnllnce of the thecompensation thecompensntlon thecompensation
compensation demanded for French Frenchlosses French10SBCS Frenchlosses
losses
Sir Thomas Lipton Sympathize SympathizeGourock 8lpnthlzcl 8lpnthlzclGourock SynipathIzcmGourock
Gourock June 5 GSlr Sir Thomas Thomn Llptoxald Llpto Ilptosnll Liptosaid
said to a representative of tho Assoclat Associated
od nll Press Prcls rpresentnte It I is needless needles to say 11 I has havbeard hnehearl hasheard
beard hearl with the greatest regret of th thaccident the thenccltent timaccident
accident to the Constitution Constituton but I trim trimIt trtmsit t tI
It nccltent will not to a great extent upset thel thelarrangements thei thmelarrangements
I arrangements wi I am nr more than thln gin glaithat gln1that ginthat
nrransementl that no one was WIS hurt I sympathlz sympathlzdeeply sml1thlzldteply sympathizdeeply
deeply dteply with all al concerned more so h hview In InIel Iisiew
view Iel of my own oln recent experience experienceMntul experiencernll experienceMauti
Mntul rnll fan an Cortlnmlt Cortlnll Taylor Mnrrlei MnrrleiNew MnrrledNew MnrricNemm
New York June C GMls Miss Maud Vat VatCortlandt VanCortandt VatCortlandt
Cortlandt Taylor daughter of Mr nm nmMrs nOI nOIr amMrs
Cortandt Mrs Van Cortlnndt Cortandt Taylor nlor of St Paulwas Paul Paulwas Pnulwas
was r married today to Louis WarreiHill Warren WarrenHi WnrrerHill
Hill eon of James Jnmel J Hill 11 president 01 01the ot otthe o otime
Hi the Great Northern railroad rairoad The cere ceremony ceremon ceremany
many mon was wal performed by Archblsho ArchblshoIreland Arhbishop ArhbishopIrelnnd 4trchbislmoiIreland
Ireland In the home of the brides brldcibrother bridesbrothcr brideibrother
brother Walter WAlcI C Taylor of this city cityThe et et1he cityThe
The archbishop archblhp came east especially especlnly t totllclatc to toolcinte b bolilciate <
otllclatc olcinte nt the wedding weddingPKKSIDKNT weddlnlnWHJ veddIngp1tiSlzlrcANT
PKKSIDKNT lnWHJ p1tiSlzlrcANT sr CANT GO GOWill GOW1 GOltvIii
Will W1 Sot Alcml AttenmlIaii Attend Pan Inn American lcrlcan Ki EsP051110mm Kiposition Exposiion
position posiion Juno Jnnf 1 tub IK IKWashington 13Wnshlngton 18Washington
Washington June E G1he The President Presidentwill Prsldcnt Prsldcntwi
will wi not be able to be at the PanAmer PanAmerican ¬
ican exposition expositon at Buffalo Rufnlo on June 13 13which 13which 13svlmlch
which was designated deslgntCI as l Presidents Presidentsday
day After the abandonment of the thenorthwestern thenorthwestern tlicnortImmeaterfl
northwestern Ater portion porton of the presidential presidentialtour peental peentaltour
tour the Improvement In Mrs II McKln McKlneys McKinIcys
Icys eys condition Inspired Inspird the managers oi oitho atIhc 01the
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the exposition eXlloslton to hope that the Presi President President Prestdent ¬
dent would be able to keep his en engagement enlement engagement ¬
gagement ou1 d f Buffalo Duralo but since return returnng retur returnhag
hag ng lement to Washington Mr Iu McKlnleyscondition McKlnleys MelnleY1 MelnleY1coniltion Mciinieyscondition
condition has been so dangerous that thatIt
coniltion It t Is considered con liered Idle 110 to speculate speculae upon upontho uponthp uponthm
tho pcsilblllty pt llbllY of his leaving her for4S for foriS torn
iS hours hoursVon hurI hurIon hourson
Von on Wnldcroce Sails 8nlA for Japan JapanBerlin JnpnnBerln JapaimBerlin
Berlin June 5Count von on Welder Walderceo
ceo Berln t left Taku yesterday on board the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German cruiser Hertha for Kobe Kob Ja Japan Japln Japan ¬
pan pln
Surrendered Snrenllerr11 to KrllilnKcr KrllilnKcrCapetown iritzlngcrCapetown ICrlzlnJcr ICrlzlnJcrCpeton
Capetown June 6 GThe The garrison grrhon of ofJamestown ofJlmetown ofJamestown
Jamestown Cape Colony which surrendered sur lurfnMrll surrendered ¬
Jlmetown rendered to Krltzlngrrs Cnp command comm nll Pun Punday Sunslay un un11ay
day fnMrll June i numbered rlzlnSlrl sixty men In all allKrltzlnpers ni allICritsingers
Krltzlnpers force Is e estimated tmnt to have haetotalled hnetCt havetOtaiIQd
totalled trlzlnlr1 tCt ld 1000 100 1t torc men The h British Dtltlh killed Iltd
twelve and wounded fifteen nfeen Boers Docr bo bofore betor hofore
fore tor they ant were erG overpowered oVlrpowerel by y num numbem acmbert
bemAllwnl bert be rd rdAlwnl
MIssal North Cape Colony TuesJaj TuesJajJuno TuslnJuno TuetlayJuno
Juno Alwnl 4 4Cot 4Col Col Whites Whlcs column coluln cunii CUl Itcontact incontact In Inconluct
contact with wih itlm Kiltzlngern cummaiv cummaivnortheast cUIIn1 cUIIn1Jorthcnft eumuninl eumuninlnortheast
northeast of Jamestown Jnlcltlwn June 3time 3 < i ithe r rthe
the Jorthcnft Boers back lnck captured clwturet fifty tH hurstand hurst bvriN bvriNntll tLQLi14nimil
and ntll munitions tunilonl and recovered the stolu stolulooted Htllu Htllulootel stutuslooted
looted from JamestownDINISO Jamestown Jlm05town Jlm05townUISIW Jamestowim1tNit
DINISO iviriiiiii wmijFnTj WITH 11 IMPIUOU 131P1hIORherr IMPIUOUHerr ImllmOn ImllmOnJcrr
Herr Jcrr Dnlllu nnlil Tolls Him 11m of i HIM 1M Vlsl Vlslto 1IslttO IHlt IHltt
to t America Americain Ammiemicafler1i mellll mellllDor
Dor fler1i in Juno B Glerr Herr Tallin Dlln director dlrectoof Irectorot
of the HamburgAmerican Stoamshlicumrany Steamship Sttamp Steamshipcmmrany ll llC
cumrany C mran took luncheon with s Ith 1mniieremWilliam Kmperw KmperwWilliam 1mlltrul 1mlltrulWllum
< bin binmajesty hi hiInajelty hisimmajesty
William yesterday and nld gave gl
majesty Wllum nn account of hit hi visit toAmerica to toAmerica toAmerlcl
America Inajelty The emperor emlerIr also received 100111 tho thowidow thowidow tlm tlmwidow
widow of Baron von on Ketlelor KetlelorCones Kettulorlortutmiese clalor clalor10tJUCIC
10tJUCIC lortutmiese Cones CIe Dissolved J15 11 d
Lisbon June 6 G1he The cortea was dls dlssolved dl dlsolvet dissolved
solved solvet today toda by b royal decree Klec Klectlons 1Iections Flec Flectlon
tlons will wi be l held in II October Oltuler and all th thcortea the thecortes timecones
cones will wi ihi reassemble Ica9sembll January JBIUUI 2 1901 1901OLD 190tOLD 2902OLD
OLD LUlNTKil PHNll lt IS 1 DBAUP HEAD
P J C Jespctspti J espClSCI Formerly Forllly of tho Ulkii IJIkiulieu Ulkiiben Ikn IknbCI
ben bCI Dies ICM ofllrlifhts of Disease DiseaseP c cP
P C Jespersen aged CC years enrs and a anative annto anative
native nnto of Denmark passed away awa lit athis a ahis lithis
his home In this city ciy last night night II IIhad He liehad
had been een a resident of Salt Lake about aboutwelve abouttwelve
twelve or Ilfteen Iteen years and was promln promlncnt promll promllcnt
cnt among the Scandinavian Scldlna111 people H Hwas le lewus lie liesvas
was for several years employd on 11 th thBlkuben the the1kubon tImeIlikuijen
Blkuben 1kubon having been a I pruner by bytrade ly lyIrado bytralmm
trade He possessed IU eS8el more morl than average nveragIntelligence nere nereIntellgence averageintelligence
Intelligence and Inll was WO a useful USltul and reliable re reolable Toliable
Intellgence of hi hicountrymen htcountrmen imicountrymen
liable citizen There ore many Iany
countrymen lable cltzcn In this state who will wi sincomely sin sincerely sincOlely
comely regret his his hl death He leaven leuvl a awife awlte amle
wife and two sons The he cause of hisdeath hi hideath his hisMath
death was rheumatism rheumatsm und uul Brightdisease Bright Bright lirlghmtadisease
disease diseaseThe diseasefhe diseaseThe
The funeral will 1 be held from th thSecond the theSecond timeSecond
Second ward meeting meetng house Friday af afternoon u uteroun ofterimoon
ternoon teroun at 2 oclock oclockFROST oclockFROST oclockFROST
FROST CAME LAST NIGHT NICIITISonic HICHTSome
Some Damage to the Tomato and PotaloCrops Petal P01310Crops PetalCrops
Crops CropsLou CropsIoi
Lou 0 In Salt Sni Luke Count COlltJ U I Forum Iorliiuniclf IorlubRely Forumnaleiy
uniclf bRely Only Hal NoiiiliuilAVoatlier 011111 oiiiIiimii WOlther Vemtimer Will WillModerate Utti4fudcrate ti tiluderlt6
Moderate luderlt6 TillReports Till EeiIvg EeiIvgIleports CHl l lHcports
Reports come In from the country countrythat countrthat countrythat
that Jack Frost slipped slpped In last night nighand nightanel nightand
and cleaned up about all ni the little Itlo to tomato tomato tomato
mato plants plant and many nuinypotntoe potatoe vines vinesWhen vinesWhen vineshemm
When hemm the farmers tarmer awoke this morning mornlniand morlnl morlnlnntlooked morningand
and nntlooked looked out over their tblir luoern patches
they the discovered a heavy coat of fim fimover froblover rrot rrotover
over them This naturally naturaly made then thenrather themrathcr thenrallier
tendeiproducts tendemproducts tendei tenJerproducts
rather nervous over the more
products of their ther farms farmshose Those who whchad whohad svhmImad
had tomotoes felt tho thohvaslest heaviest helvlest loss lossMr los lossMr
Mr lr Murdoch of the weather bureau bureauwas bueau bueauWIS bureauwas
that thtdamage thtdamage tht thedatag
was ncllned to think today toda
WIS damage Inclnel done In Salt alLake Lake county Is Isonly I Ionly honly
datag
only nominal The hlpher hlsher coirules eomimtiessuch coirulessuch coultlpssuch
such as Morgan nnd andaatelm Wasatfh Wl atth liowe 10wter 10wterII lmoweer lmoweerhatLO r rlm
hatLO lm II fi n received mt a I hw hfiy httty y fwst st The Theweatlic PhWeati he heweutJwl
weatlic will moderate by bytll1 tnm evinlng evinlngnccbrujDpr cVlnln cVlnlnnccblI evniiiaecbrja
nccbrujDpr weutJwl to the thmebest best lltlQrormltlonthat lltlQrormltlonthatMr mrormatlon that thatMr thaiMr
nccblI Mr Murdock hasnt 11 nt hand hn 1 and by to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon he thinks summerWill summer sumnwrvl summervill
Will vl be le again arcrool established estahlshel In all ni herancien her herancient heronclent
ancient onclent heat heatFINAL heatFINAL heatFINAL p
FINAL ORATORICAL ORAlOICAJJ CONTEST CONTESTLast CONlES CONlESIast
Last Event Eclt In II tlioMJ tho I I A Tonrnoiuant Tonrnoiuantat oUrl utlt utltat
at Assembly ssembl flail HnJlollght HnJlollght1he Tonight TonightThe
The final contest In the Y M M I A Aoratorlal Aoratorlal Aoratorial
oratorlal tournament will wi be e held leld In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Assembly huh 111 this evening Presi President Prosldent Piesident ¬
dent Joseph F Smith will wi preside and anltire andthe ani anithe
Park will be bepresented be11resentd beiresented
the cup given by b Boyd wi
presented 11resentd to Inc winner by Apostle poste He Ifeher Heber ne1IC
her J Grant GrantThe GrantThl GrantThe
1IC The contestunts and their subjects subjectsarc
arc Thl ns follows Harrison Jnrrlson Jenkins JenkinsKnowledge Jtnkln JtnklnInowleelge JenkinslCmrowledge
Knowledge rolows David Davld H KHon Im Immortality Immortality m mmortalt ¬
mortality of Man Frank Clayton ClaytonDo
mortalt Do the Mormons Believe nllee In Educa Education Education Iducaion ¬
tion llulon Owen Endurance I of the theTruth theruth theTrutii
Truth Alma 0 Taylor Tnyol My Spirit SpiritWill SpiritWill Spiritwill
Will Not Always Strive With Wih ManTime Man ManTho MnnThe
The Judges Jud es on thomrht and composi composition compositon ¬
tion arc II II Ubbcrts n bert Wlllard Wiard Done Doneand ionoand Don Donnnd
ton Irt I de delivery delivery
and II L I McGhle The Judges on dl dllery ¬
livery are J M Tanner Tann r George orle H HDrlmhall I IiBrimnhaii
Drlmhall lery Drlnhnl Il and Miss lss Maude Mnure May tl Dab Dabcock nnbcock flabcock
cock cockIn cockIn cockIn
In addition to the speeches an excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent musical additon program will wil be rendered renderpd
CLASS DAY DA DMEXEItCISES DMEXEItCISESStuIents EXERCISES EXERCISESStuaentB gX ilWISES ilWISESStudents
Students of the tlrocolleglate CollcRlato Colcllnto Instltuti InstltutiUciidcr Insttute InsttuteUender instituluRender
Render n 1 Good Goodlrolrnt GoodlrolrntThe Program ProcrnmThe
The seniors enlor of the Collegiate Colegiate Insti Institute Inst Insttute immetitute ¬
exercises altime nl nlthe ntthe
tute held their class day dn eercs
last evening The room roonwas roomwas roanvas
the college colese
filled ell with enthusiastic students stu students students ¬
was well wel fl wih enthuslrtc
dents and their friends friendsThe frIendshe friendsThe
The he program was WIS as follows followsSong tolo8 tolo8SonK followSSong
Song graduating class claRl chairman chnlrmansspecch chairmantspecch s sspeech
Jrnduatng Albert Albert Al AIblrt ¬
George Sperry class poem
specch Spcrr solo soloMiss sololss soloMiss
bert Blohm song on class plotia ploo
Miss blrt Bohm Edna Hamlll funeral rites rlea ovcitheir oveItheir ovci oertheir
their lss books Iaml class claB vocal solo Hoborl HoborlGraham lobrt lobrtGrnham ItoberlGraham
Graham 100k class prophecy class CIWM pre presentations 11resenta prosentations ¬
sentations senta Creed McClaln fnrewel fnreweladdress tnrewel tnrewelnddres tareweladdress
address nddres tons Theodore Hauerbach lauerIJaeh song songFarewell eonglnrecl songFarewell
Farewell class clajsThe clnE8The classTme
lnrecl The class Is mude up of the following followingmembers tolowlns tolowlnsmember foilawlnimembers
members cnss Miss Edna I dna Hnmlll Inml George GeorgeSperry GeorgeSpcrr JeorgcSperry
Sperry member Robert Graham Creed CrC1 Mo MoClaln McClam 0 0Claln
Theodore TheodoreHauerbach TheodoreHauerbnch Theodorcliauerbach
Claln Albert Blohm Bohm and
HauerbachFIERCE Hauerbach HauerbnchlHC liauerbachF
FIERCE F lHC EItOE STOKMAT SmIlM rlOIOI A1 AT CEDAR CEDARThimilerbolts JEDA U UThlulcrboJs IITliuittlerholt I
Thimilerbolts ThlulcrboJs Struck the TrccaCon TrccaConslilcrablo TreesCull1mlcrablo I Ishlcrablo
slilcrablo Uanmijo Du1lo h I DoncOn Donc DoncOn DoneOn
On Sunday Sunta last Cedar City Clt experl experienced experlencel experlenced ¬
enced one of the severest thundei thundeistorms thun1lerstorm9 thunmiemstorms
storms In Its Is history No fatalities tatCltlcs arc arereported arcreorted arcreported
reported but bu t the damage done Is con considerable canslderable cOnsiderabie ¬
siderable Brunches Drlches of o trees were werethrown werethrown wercthrown
thrown over two hundred hUnlrct yards Iuds nftei aftembeing nfteibeing aCer aCerbeing
being struck by lightning lghning About five fivemiles fvo fvomies flrcmiles
miles mies northeast 10rtheat of the el city < lty a I great greatthunderbolt grenlthunderbolt grnt grntthunderbolt
thunderbolt struck In the middle mldtle of a afarm ntarm afarm
farm A large volume of smoke and atidfire nnJfire andtro
fire hued from the spot Ipot where It struck struckOne struckOne struckOne
tro One lady Int lad > was felled fele to the ground round by bythe b bthe bytIme
the force of the shock She struck on onher onher onher
her head h < ld rcsultlnc rsltnc In 11 a 1 rather severe severeabrasion revereabrasion eer eernbrnlon
abrasion of the skull skullFor skullFor
nbrnlon skul
For several lent1 hours hour the terrific terric pealsof peals plahoC
of thunder r and the luwssant lue8 ant ilnslie Ila h o olightning ot otIghtnln 01lightning
lightning Ightnln kept keJt the animals nlnals and their theirowners Ihelrowners theirowners
owners also In a constant state ot terror ter terror terror ¬
ror rorThe The quarantine quarantne that Is I oer the city citywill cityiii rl
will wi iii be raised on Friday or Saturday SaturdayPENSION Saturday1NsIUN
PENSION 11 SJ FOR Ot WILIilASI CLAWSON CLAWSONSpecial CIJ CIAWSOSpecial W0 W0Rpecla1
Special to the tbee tbeeWashington News NewiWashington NewsWashington
Washington a D C June 6 5A A Spanish Spanishwar Spanishwlr
war wlr pension has hi been granted grnte1 William WilliamM WIla WIlaL WilliamCliwson
M L Clawion Kayivllle KaIle at SIO 19 R month mont
WOULD REMOVE REMOVEJUDGE REMUVEJUfflll REMOVEJUDGE
JUDGE HUMPHREYS HUMPHREYSA
A Majority of the Honolulu HonolulL BaDemand Bar BarDemand BarDemand
Demand It ItL I IIJ ItIA
L A TllimSTON rllIUHSTON LEADS Ji1U l AiS OUT OUTImilntri OU OUrwllr OUTIrvimlatr
Imilntri rwllr Iflllloii ltCllo Aliniiili AliniiiliArlliigMoVrrnorCpoiter 1111 LnnJIn LnnJInItn Lnicrs LnicrsAitiimg
ArlliigMoVrrnorCpoiter Aitiimg Itn Uu oe rl rmmur u r potr OIJer Ucnouiuiul Ucnouiuiulnit Uenou 11lt
111 nit Comnifiiiletl onllfuted lor or ills lll ni Aoltoii AoltoiiHonolulu tlioiihonolulu tIOII tIOIIHonolulu
Honolulu May 11 28 via In San Brnnclsco BrnnclscoJune l ImunciscOJumie lclsco lclscoJune
June D 1CorresPQnlence < Correspondence of the Asso AssoIated A 8S0 8S0clnlft so sodated
clnlft dated l IressA rcss A strangn state of nf nffulnr oftllrl atiiiri
tllrl fulnr replete rCllltlo with wih lthm sensations ensUons that have havdeeply hlve hlvedeeply haveleeply
deeply stirred d Honolulu has growl growltmt grownout growtmut
Mtrr the grand Brandjury grandjury grandury
out ut of he Investigations h1estlton of
jury ury summoned tummoned by 1 Circuit Cl ult Judge JudgHumphreys JudgeIlumplrmoys JUlg JUlgHumphle1
Humphle1 Humphreys to Investigate Imeftgate the charge chargeof
Las LasBatuiday Lastatumday IastBaturduy
of bribery In the legislature
Batuiday three of tho best bett Known law lawycrs In Iner iaers
ycrs er ers of HonoluluGen Uonoluluel A 8 lUirtwetl lUirtwetlV lhLrtweW
W V A Kinney and S M Unllouwero Unllouwerowntenced Balouwore Balouworentenced l0allouwcromentenced
wntenced to thirty days tns In Jail for con conunlit contelllt conerupt
telllt unlit of court eOUt by b 1 Judge Judll Humphreys Humphreysbut Iulphre Iulphrehut
but ut before le tore they reaphcd rel hed time tlo prison ul ulwere n nwere allvere
were released by b pardon parton by Aotg Ictg Qov Oovhenry QovHenry 00 00Henry
Henry B Cooper 00101 The sentences sentence were wereon WOI WOIon
J COOlII
vilcli the theiltorneys thontoroys theittornoys
on account or r an atlldavlt oltnvit wfilch
iltorneys attempted to rend and tile 11 ItHumphreys It InHumphreyI iiiIuznpimreys
ntoroys HumphreyI Humphreys court to tC show on motloi motloitor moton motonCor
tor or a change of venue eIUO time th Judges per personul personal vcranal
anal chane blair against Ignlnst Kdltor I Smith Smih of theAdvertiser the thoAdvert8er lie liedvemtiser
Advertiser 1111 who was dlor Indicted IndlcHl1 by th thgrand the theIrand timernimt1
Advert8er Irand grand Juiy jut for perjury In the stornMined storm stormaised I II
I Mined nlsel by 1 these the e proceedings the griini griiniluryB grnt grand grandUryrm
luryB Investigations of the thC brlberj brlberjImrges Lrllo Lrllochlgcs bmiberylmm3rgos
Jury Imrges Investlltons have been Icon lost sight of but tinlury tin thvJur timeury
Jur lury la still 111 In tension tSllon and Is bullcve bullcvelo bI e1 e1to
lo 0 be Retting geting close to some bribernso briber bribernse8 briberyaces
aces nsoThe nse8fhe acesrima
The allldnvlt aldavit of which time Introdue IntrodueIon IntroductOI
Ion ss MIS its M adjudged adjutled to be contempt cuntimpt waworn wa W1 W1swor svmuIVorn
tOI worn to by h Hmlth Hmlh and presented In Inourt Incourt Inourt
ourt swor by b Hnrtwell Inrtwcl Ktnnuy > mid lialioUinriey ballou ballouKinney Balou Balou1lnney
Kinney reading readlnt It to the Judge jutge It I pur purported purported puTomted
ported to relate facts f tlct < ict showing the ptr verionai ptronal velsonlll
onal relations rtaton of Smith and the jude Judfioind judeand judttoLad
and told of offers the latter later made to tojinlth toSmih toimnitim
tolt oren
jinlth of a position IOltOh an n editor edttosf edior ediorot editorif
sf Smih the Honolulu lonolu u Republican leI1ublcan li liivhlch In Inwhich invhicli
which Humphreys HumphleYI la II a stockholder stockholdertvhlch
tvhlch hloh offers were Wer rejected reJect ell When the t1i
attorney iiii r i reached a statement that the thedefendants thedefendantl thedefendants
roch l
defendants defendantl iclatloni relaton with tho lie judge JudRthad judgehat jmodehind
had hat enabled him him to become eeuaintuclwith acfiualntot acfiualntotwith nCunlnted nCunlntedwih
with his Inordinate lnol lnte ambitions nmbltons am amhis CULl anllhis CULlhis
wih
his personal weaknesses wCknesses the cour courInterrupted cout coutIntelTupted court courtinterrupteil
Interrupted tho Ieadlng and Ind ordered ordtd the thethree thethrcl thethree
three thrcl attorneys who offered olocd tho docu documcnt document documeat
meat atorneys to answer for or contfmipt conljnlt After Afterhenrlng Afterhearing Afer Aferhearln
hearing their canes he ruled Iullt that tho thodocument thodocumont thedocumtmt
document had been filed Iled for the tll pur purpose pimepose pu
pose po e of bringing bringinG Into the case cale ex extraneous extmneou cxtritnenus ¬
traneous mutters nmtcl slanderous and false falaeand falsennll falsemonth
and of a political poltcll nature with wih a slew slewto Iewto o oto
to Impeding and obstiucttng olltluctnl Justice Justiceand jUltee jUlteennd Justiceand
and bringing the court Into ltmt Ho contempt contemptand tontln1lt tontln1ltnd
and nd he hl sentenced each of lllorneYI tI attorneys attorneysto
to thirty Ihlrt days In Jail jatILIlitrvuell JailIlurtwell jall
Ilurtwell was WlS formerly rlprbsentatrvd rlprbsentatrvdof rpr sentltVIj
of oftha I the rweJ Hawaiian Hnwnlan frovornmenVnt olrln1 lt Wnsh WnshlnBtn Wlsh WlshIngl1 Wushing4m
lnBtn and Ind Is II a veteran ot rAn attorney Itorne of ofHawaii ot1all ofhawaIi
Hawaii and the others with wi him hll him have havelong hnvelolJ hmaveiomug
long lolJ 1all been bE nnl n prominent In Island 19111 affairs affairsand nrAlrs nrAlrsnnli affairsand
and the sentence created ereatld much excite excitement ecite ecitement exciteinent
ment Artg Atg Cov Go los Coopers Cooper pardons pardonsreached pardon hardensreiwlied
reached tnched the high hllh sherlit shtrlfr before the at attorneys attorneYf attarneys ¬
torneys torneYf had been leen placed In Jail Jnl amid anilthey audthe amidthey
they the were released relelscd Coopers act Is 11 de denounced mb mbnoutmeel Ienouncell ¬
nounced on the one hand hant as executive executiveInterference executivelntcrmrerice executve executveIntcrrprenco
Interference with wih the Judiciary nnd as asdestructive n asdesttuctive
destructive destuctve of the tie power of the First I lrlt cir circuit clrcult circult ¬
cult court to enforce 11urCI Its Il processes and andon Ind Indon andoil
on time other hand It I Is I warmly warm com commended comlendll cornmnendeil ¬
mended lendll as releasing rel sln three thro highly re rekpetled re1eded meieteI
kpetled 1eded lawyers from what wl1t II I Is I claimed claimedwas calne1 calne1was
was an unreasonable sentence sentence1ica sentenceola sentence14aa
1ica ola fentlmcnt runs high and the theaffair thenlalr theaffair
affair Is generally genernly referred rererrtd ions to as n po pailtical political poIteol ¬
nlalr litical row The Thl TIm Ptnr nnd the Adver Advertiser Adveruser trcr trcrUSe ¬
Iteol
user USe bitterly bitel assail asp11 Judge JudJe Humphreys HumphreysIB lumphrlYi lumphrlYin8
IB n politician poltldsn on the bench and de denounce denunce doflounce ¬
flounce I his sentence 1ntenCI us ni having 11lng been b en the thoresult theresul theresult
nunce result of personal fersonnl vindictiveness lndtctcnes8 while whilethe whie whiethe whIlethe
resul the Htilletln Juletn and the Republican repulllcln as ni vig vigorously vigorously 1 ¬
orously 010191 defend tet111 his hil tourfo OlfO and attack attackCooper ntnck ntnckCooper attackCooper
Cooper declaring declnrlnJ that his pardons paronlwlf were werefor wetsfor
for members remlrs of the missionary nls lonary ring ringThe ring1le ringThe
The Advertiser rave rrs that the grand Jury JuryIs
Is 1le packed pack Adrter for or political p llcnl ends nnd It has haspublished hasjublishsl hn hnpublsh
published publsh t an oflldnvlt fdaI signed slrned by h Its Itsbusiness Itshuslnes Itsbiislnosq
business manager W V Pearson P arson say sayIng say11mg snyIn
Ing In that Oxcar O cnr Jcwls bailiff bnlf of o Hum Humphreys numIlres humlimreys ¬
phreys court COUlt who Is well wel known as al a ashipping 1 1Ihlppln ashIlplng
shipping Ilres Ihlppln muster mRsttr In many man Pacific Pnele coast coastports oa ooatports t tortl
ports offered to pad a trial Jury for forhe torthe forthe
ortl oreret
the Fmtth Smih perjury IlelJul case In consideration conshlor ton
of oftolng Iclng Ielnl assisted to p gst tt l a license ICCse for forwater i iwater a awater
water front saloon palon This puhllcatloi puhllcatloiwns puhlcntlon puhlcntlonwas
calling fo foLewiss Cor toIenIqs
was 58 followed olOlcd by Humphreys Iltphres calng
Lewiss 11 9 fesljnntlon tesllnntion as I bailiff bailiffThe balir ballhfTTime
The foundation toundalun for the reports of brlbery brlb brlhen briliery
ery In the thl loglslnturfhan lCfhhuuri iegisisture hUl has suddenly suelcnly beei beeirevealed befn befnreeAled becirevealed
revealed by b Jacob Cooper Coper a I man win winwanted wholntld cm cmwanted
wanted lntld a railroad rairoad franchise frlnchlso and whosi whosiname whole wholenme whosname
name I A ThurJton fhuutol refused to revea reveato renal renalto
to nme the grand rnnd Jury THurston Tlurlton was undesentence under underSlntpncc mmdcsentence
sentence Slntpncc for contempt for so refusingut refusing retu lnl I Ihut
of his client release reloaseiilm releasehminm I Ihim
hut > ut the statement stn tpment hil clcnt rlloaed
him He was not confined clnlncd ns the sti stireme sopromo i ipreme
II of habeni habenicorpus haheMcorlU habencorpus
promo > reme court had hallissucd Issued a writ
corpus and hail not decided tho case caseCooper caseCooper s sCooper
corlU Cooper anl swears wclrs that he was asked bj bjhrce b bthrco bthree
three different dlfernt members n1mber9 of the house t tmy tl tlpl Ii Iipit <
pit my money for or their efforts erorts In behaf o oils ot othl olila
lila hl pl bill to secure n franchise for his hlirallrond hisralrolt hitralirond
bi
rallrond He had b I beemi en n before tOme thl grantJury grant grantury grnmlJur
Jur Jury ralrolt ury and it I Jp II stated Itnt d 1ms his iiti told tolt the Jury Jurjhe Jurythe J11r2the
he the names of the three representative representativevho reprlsentatn reprlsentatnwho
who solicited sOlrltpd the hi bribes and a reporof repor reportof reporof
of the grand gmnl Jury II awaited awalel with wih mud mudntorcjt muchIntlt mud mudlntcret
ntorcjt ntorcjtA t tA
Intlt
A petition was Wtl circulated In llonoluli llonoluliamong 10noluiu 10noluiuImong Ilonolultamong
among pctton lawyer lawlrl today IIIY askhig a < klng klnl for or tho removal re rcmovnl remol >
mol Imong of Jmlge Jlge Humphreys HunwhrcI It I was Wa clr clrulated clreulltld dr drcukitctl
ulated eulltld by 1 U I A Thurston and received receivedhe rc het
he signatures slntulf of most of the th members membersof
of the the local bar at Tomorrow a meeting meetingof meetng meetngof
of time Hawaiian lawalan Hnr Hal association a will wi b bheld he hehll bcheld <
held mini n resolution rcsoluton against nnln t Hum Humhrpys 1um 1um11 humwill
hll hrpys will 11 be presented It I Is expect expected
ed d tlmt thlt there thprf will vl be a lively 1ly discussion discussionA llbcu slon slonA
A strike of Japanese Jlpnnese laborers Iborr of thtOahu the theOahu tic ticOahU
Oahu railway ralay company cmplny took tok place pialI or orhe ontho orhit
he 5th h The men were being paid ti tier iiImer 1
struck for 125 About t tlundrtd rihundrul
and
Iler > er day 15 Abut h
Int
lundrtd hundrd t3 men Ipn walked out but theli theliplmes thlrplles theimplaiea
plmes were quickly filled nled and there wastile was wnstle warIttle
tile tle trouble troubleMEDALS troublemAIJS troubleME1S s
MEDALS FOR STUDENTS STUDENTSYOUIIJT SlUD TS TSYOUII
YOUIIJT YOUII Lmllos LAtleR of Hnwlniul 1Iwlalll Hall Jal Icii Iciiilcr Icu Icudr flcimmiei
ilcr a I Mtnlcnl Program ProgramThe lrogram lrogram1he
The concert cnlprt given last evening at the theFirst theInt theFirst
First Int Congregational church by 1 the theoung thooung thcyoung
oung ladles Indlel of Rowland Hall who havee have haebn irivc irivcbeen
bn been > e n studying atudlng music under MIss Mlsilanders MIssFlanders Is Isllanters
landers llanters during their course coure at the theschool thehoJ theschool
school hoJ was wn n HUCCCM In every way wayThe Wfl WflTime A A1he
The church churh never looked loked prettier 11retter de decorated docorated decntet ¬
corated cntet is 8 It I Was I nlth wih palms and well welllied wel wellfilled
lied with wih an audience a uJ lencc of the friends friendsend frltndind trleluhAnd
tle And nd parents Jarents of the young cln ladles The Thuiroram Theprogram rhf rhfIr
program ram was wnl a delight deJjht to nil ni present pmentnd rlelt rleltand
and Ir nd wan n very well wel rendered rnlcret At Its Itsonclusltm I itsconclusion
conclusion conclu ln Dean BJdls Zlle presenterl 1rE entell each eachf eachot eachof
ot f the three young ladles laltes who hadshown had hadhown hodIhown
shown the most Improvement In music musicurine musicdurlnr musicduring
urine the th put year er with wit a fold ojd ole medal rn mlll dal
Ho accompanied ICCOllllled the presentation presentaton will willu
u happy little ttle speech speechTlio Illeech Illeechlhu speechTIme
who Chen the mcdnla mcdnlanrs
TIme tin tIutt M were 010
mire nr lhu Miss GlaOys GIl Ys Tuttltf rultll Miss ls Kva KvaTaylor bVafuller EI EInnll
Taylor antI Miss 1lsa Judith Kvuns KvunslUUlITEKXTIi EvunsIm1Jlg ltvuns1i1IjEEN111
lUUlITEKXTIi Im1Jlg ll SUUTJI HUUlJ JLJ1I I SlUBET SlUBETThe STIBr STIBrThl
The Thl matter mater of chnncInK the course cotirsoof
of It Mlklitecntli J llhtleth South street Htrlpt Just south soutlof southof
of the tii Qtrinnnlii smelter sleler where wllhln wllhlnii wihin
ii 1 diStance of o ten rode rI It twice crosses crossestime croweathe erOHel erOHelthe
the 11 Q w V trucks ttks came up before beoro tho thocounty thoCOllly thinCOWity
county COllly eommhwloni rml onl n thl thll ii iv morning 10rnlnl morn lug antl antlwan CI CIWIK tiiirlWait
wan itferrtil to th II < county surveyor surveyorTh CIUSnr CIUSnrIlirI0 smmtVtynrhqiirt3liQthcl
rtirtl
WIK
Th proppfliHl 1 neu nIl route tutc by I Ii cutting cutlnl off offu 1f
u IlirI0 corner Mll uviid To t riirim1u rlng rlnt the lie truiM truiMTli tr411 tr411Tht trMdThe
trul llulJ
1 is isslid IsPi Israid
The oiitlifirniin3t uthrrnl l of ilipnw thril crossing crnNslnrl
slid to be e one of lt time lie h nit Ult mmsos < > t dangerous dangerousIn dan eruls erulsIn
In Pi the county Kiid 11 l much ucl used by byHchool hyIchool hmyschool
school Munty ehllflreii The new 111 iie route to bt bebuilt btbuilt bclul
Ichool chllortl lhe
built by ly the Salt UUc CitY 11 Hallway Hallwaycompany 1alway 1alwayOGmpfn htailsiayeonmpiin
company OGmpfn lul will wi also benefit IJen 11 by 1 the pro propasd Irmalitleod 110 110IllSt
the pasd IllSt tracks clmnge holSo In not liaslnt ha111 to cross crossthe cros crossthe
PKATIl 1111IW Vim IA PARALYSIS PARALYSISMatilda PAHALYSISMaln lLt IYSIS IYSISMatilda
Matilda Maln Sophia 801hln Anderson AOlorsun the mother motherof
of C V Anderson Allor ln of the Blkuben Ikuben died diedlast diedIlst dIedInst
last Ilst night Ilght at the age ngot of 75 7 years yenrl froma from froma
a stroke strottl of paralysis She was wal born hor In InBxvcdcn II IIAnellcn 1mmSwedcn
Bxvcdcn Anellcn anil anl came ralie to this thi country with withher wih wihherhusbnd silliliar
her herhusbnd husband who died Ill last lat August Augustshortly Auuustshort IuriUstslmorti3
shortly after the celebration ecleLrton of their theirgolden theirolln theirgolden
golden short wedding lter Mrs r Anderson AllIrson had a alint nIrlt aittst
lint olln stroke of paralysis four years ago agoHlnee Igu IguplIC rigueimice
Hlnee Irlt that that time had had been ln nn Invalid InvalidShe Invl11l Invl11ltle invalidI
She plIC I hu had several 11lrl tme strokw stroltf niter the flrfct flrfctbefore frlt frltIltore lrtbefore
before tle the one from which sho diedFire died diedThe II cd cdrhe
Iltore The funeral Cuneal will be h Id from thc thcNineteenth theXlnet tImeNinetoemitht
Nineteenth Xlnet enth ward wlrll wi meeting mectl house ut utodock 4 4oclock Ioclock
oclock tomorrow afternoon afternoonNOT ntewoon ntewoonNOT Rfter imoon imoon11O1
NOT GUILTY GUILTYSAYS GUILiYi GUILiYiSAYS GUlL TV TVSAYS
SAYS VAN V AN KURAN KURANArthur
Arthur Athur J Van ln Kuran Jurnn who was bound boundovor boundOYer boundoser
ovor on February 14th 1th by b Justice JusticeDann Ju Justice1amrn tco tcoDanl
Dann Danl T Smith on 0 u charge of embezzle embezzlement embezle embezlemont embezzlemeat ¬
Line com company compa contranv ¬
mont from the Oregon Short Ilnl
before Judge JudgeStewart JUIlgeBtcwnl JudgeSteivart
pany pa was a today toda arinlencd letolo
Stewart and atl pleaded 1lealllt not guilty guit walv walvhie walvIn walYlog
time for fortrial Cortrlnl fortrial
for pleading TIme
log In tlniu tmu tmo
trial will be net ct later Van Vnl ami Kuran was wasrepresented warClm wasrepresented
represented rClm wi ntct by his hlf attorneys ILtorney Judge JudgePowers JudgoPower JudgePowers
Powers nnd 1 1 N Htraup tJtrlU Ho le scorned scornedto SCOI eemiiedto t tto
to feel tell the humiliation humllton of his position poultionsitting positionsittIng olilun olilunaltng
tough alookimig a alooking alooking
bench beside as
sitting on a lsllo
looking altng trio t as IJeuL1 la It ever won > CI In II thu crim criminal crlmIntl crinilimcii ¬
with grandlarceny grand grandlarceny Krandlarcen
inal court Two charged
Intl 10 chargel and andhe nndhc andhe
larceny and one of housebreaking hou ellrllng
he nervously neroue ole fidgeted with wih his handswhile hands handswhile handswhie
fgeted
while whie the clerk read the Information Informationagainst Informnton Informntonugalnst infornoatioaagainst
against him
himm
THU m mCCONl TUIAL TUIALAndrew TIIIAIiAudmew fIAL fIALAwlel
Andrew Awlel P 1 Andersons AmlclRon1 Case ABO ABOUnder stgnVinier lnll lnllUmler
Under Way mmy In t tho tlu CourtsTire Courts CourtsThe Cuurtl CuurtlThl
The Thl second tcond trial trlli of the damage damagebrought suit suitbrought at atbrought
brought by Andrew AOlrcl P Anders Anderscngalnat Anderlon AnderlonIgaln Andersrigairmat
ngalnat Igaln t Halthuscn 1althu en Mercantile lerCQltle camnan camnanIn corpun corpunIn commllllrin
In which Anderson sues the tll cumpaifor cumpai cumtanyor comparfor
for or 110121 for to I Injuries InJUllD mistnlned I Ihim by byhim I Ililni I
him through 011 the falling aing ot their thllr ci civattmr ele eleator 1 1valor
valor frqm the second sllonll floor oor of the thewarehouse their theirwarthoue tinvureimouae
warehouse In September fclltember 1S9S through throutthe throughthe tlmmoultime
the breaking of if defective dof ropes wi wioumme wus wus1mtcel W Wmmnmrnw1cc4
oumme mmnmrnw1cc4 Ireolcng ced before h fQr Judge ctve Morse tor e 111 111morning this thisnrnn tiniornimi
morning nrnn 1mtcel T rhid IIQ > < i ifrcater Jrlnterpnrt greaterpart part of the dc dcviAa dawn diwas
was consumed COMlowd tn Impaneling Impt llnr a a Jury JuryAt JurYAt JuryAt
wn At the former Corme trial In Dec iSo IS 9 > IIJimmy tl tljury th
jury found for the plaintiff tl 1 lrt f awardlrhim awardlr awardlnhim awardlihim
him him damages daml tQunl e8 amounting aruunlnc to 5125 T Tdefendant 1he 1hetetendnlt Fl Fldefendant
defendant tetendnlt company through thloulh Its Is alto attonnys ator atornps altoacre
acre nps Powers Htraup Llppman 1IJJtan 1110ed moi moied moell
ed for n new trial and Judge JutgO Chen Chengranted Cherry Cherryrantell Chierrgranted
granted rantell It I The plaintiffs 1lalntrR case case U islie 1 1the In Inthe
the lie hands of Zane Zon Znneltogers ZnneltogersAiiswcrs Ilogers IlogersAiinvrrs Iocers IocersAI
Aiinvrrs AI ml UN ll Wlli WlliCarl It ItCarl In InCarl
Carl J Iitidgren IlndJren has lied led an answi answito Inswer Inswerto rtnswto
to his hll wife lIe Kva I L I Llndgrens suit suitfor imu imufor u ufor
for divorce denying that ho donert donertor IIO crted crtedor
or refused Ictu ed to support Illllort her Ho 10 lb lbthat Kaj Kajthat Fa M Mthnt
that early 1111 this year flr lilt wife fie was Wl8 d dHied lie lieled diflied
flied led a decree of divorce from tlOI him nn nninnkcrt nnd nndmnkPR artamakes
o
innkcrt grave rne charges charles ngalnst her nn nnone nnd nndone antmine
one F E L I Anderson Ander on with llh whom he sa sashe say sayshe sa1 sa1she
she became lecl0e Infatuated mid whom oli olireceived elreceived he herIIed
received rIIed at nil 11 hours houl of the day escordering eve eveordering even evenorrerllH
ordering her husband hubnnd to koCh INJ nwa nwafrom Iwa Iwatram flWCtrain
orrerllH
from the house hou and Ind estranging estranlnr hit hitftuin him himtlul liiifrom
from tlul their children H absolutcl absolutcldenies Ib absoluteldonieg nlltel nllteldenlef
denies denlef the charges of drunkenness trunkelnes9 an anInfidelity nnd nndInfdell anfmrfldeiit
fmrfldeiitThe Infidelity InfidelityThe Infdell
The defendant detenlant In II his oroucomplalr oroucomplalrnskfi
risks tlmt a decree of divorce 11olct bo 11 grant granted grll grllcI
ed to him arid that he be le given Iven th thcustody tho thocustod It Itcusiody
custody of their tour children chidren Th Thmarriage The Therlrrlae Timnmirriage
USl marriage rlrrlae was In Sweden In Octobei OctobeiUSl Oetoler Oetoler18SI Octobe1sl
Mary 1 a I MolUlos U el 10 M Will WillMary WillMary I IMnr
Mary Mnr Ann Cavlll Cavi has petitioned pettoned th thprobate the theprollate timprobate
probate court to admit to probate th thwill the thewi timmviii
will wi of Mary Mnr Melkle who was killed kied tw twweeks 10 10weels twteels
weeks weels nco 110 by I an explosion of gas al nn nnwhoee anll anllwhoEe anwhoc
whoee will wi ili made Ille a year rar ago April Apri wu wusupposed wasslIloRe wuilpIled
supposed to have been lost lo t The he petl petltlon pet peti110mm
slIloRe tlon will wi be 11 heard June 15th ISthTho 15thTho 15thTim
ton Tho Tim estate I tnto Is valued Vlluel at > 150 5000 o owhich oC oCwhich cwhich
which KOOO 1000 001 Is In reil procrty Ironcrty Th Thcfateon Thelentc TOmegatcea
lentc cfateon are the thl petitioner petioner a 1 niece wh whnherlts who whoInheri vhmInherits
Inheri Inherits the bulk hul of the property nni nniJnmcs Ind IndJntes anIarime
Jntes Jnmcs fiobson Robsol of Cleveland Clevclnnd a brothel brothelwho brothl brothemivho
who Is beQueathed a piece of propcrt1valued propcrt1 lrOpertyvulued Iropertralued
valued at 11400Susan tUOO tUOOSusan 1400 1400Susnn
Susan Humpheyfl 1umphey petition petion of Ma Ma3rd Mny Mny22rd Mn2rd
3rd for or letters letpr of administration Illmlnl traton to isrue Is Islue t
rue to II J Michael lcl1el will 11 probably nov nove nowhe 110 110e
he > e Withdrawn wlhdruwn as lS It I was l S not then knowithat knowmhat known knownthnt
that dny dn will wi had been left leftDnltnn let letInlon leftInltoim
Dnltnn Inlon Mine 1110 Suit SuitThomas Sllt SlltThomns StiltThomas
Thomas F I Biubee has commencot commencotlull cmn1enccdIII
III lull for KOO 400 00 against George F Dalton Daltonvhlch Dilon Dilonwhich Ialtoniilch
which Bum he claims caims he gave Jave Dalton Daltotto Dalun Dalunto
to 0 bo expended cpenllet on the Dallon Jllon mine mineHit mIneblt minenmt
blt Hit which lie converted cOllertell to his own use useCollcotlon Ise IseCnllNtol useCmllect
Collcotlon CnllNtol Cmllect IOu AKdiuy 1110 CrllluUed CrllluUedThe Crllclcll Crllclcll1ho
The Luke Lukl collection colccton agency came care h hor In Intor itor
tor or some soro sharp shnll cciuurc cen ure at the hamU hawl o oJudge ot otJud aJudge
Jud Judge c Hall 1u1 today In the C cnfO KO of Duvi DuviMcVUroy 111 lavlc1troy
McVUroy lclIo vs VI Alice Alec DnvldFon J1ldFOI et nl I Iuppenred I Iippenred
ulleared uppenred from the evidence that Luke Lukabtaliied Lukeobtnincil Luiobiaiiieil <
abtaliied a 0 Judgment julgment against Mrs I r Mr MrIlroy Melroy r rIro
Ilroy Iro who was In Colorado at the claim ilmit
tme tmeI
I t WHS II fl5 claimed elalm d she wan wal rrved with wih th thsummons tho thofUlnnOns 1mm 1mmIumnrnonL <
fUlnnOns summons The court Clurt van WlM as piv PVnre I1rc re In hitlenouncement himlonounrement hit hisdlnOlncmclt
dlnOlncmclt lenouncement of surh Ul1 mrihiOn telh1 und 01 01he at atthe olhe
the he Luke and Constable Con tahl T Patter Patterif liU
< if t Kroegers lregHs court AV 1 ho h cialnif t to Jmvc Jmvcerved haeJerved lmavcerveil
Jerved erved the thl iummon IUn1In He ttijijslu thJht n navlnc muasInmg jt jtJlril
Jlril avlnc the Lukes lukcl summoned Plrnmonel but wherisdurcd when whenDured unmetmesured
Dured isdurcd thai they tho w cold rul appear b hdore hdore11m lieforcmliii for forilm
11m ilm conntctfd conutctld with lth tl th name 8mo rau rnue caupe e IK IKpassed heIased iicaesem1
Iased passed the matter Innler after ICh retting petln nsldt nsldthe Isll neidihe
he order of the Justice JustlCI courtiiembel court courtFikdcl courtr
Fikdcl r Divorce DivorceJudge IIrcc IIrccJud IhivororJudge
Judge Jud e hall 1nl this tll tuil morning Inorling grantoO grantoOoulsa Irnnto urantedouisa
oulsa N Frledel Jrfdt1 n divorce from her heilusband herhU9band trotusband
lusband Martin IIrtn Prleel Frle4 l nnd cave rMe her heihe herthe Irehe
the he custody cu tod of her minor child chid The Therrounds Thegrounds Therounds
grounds for the divorce llvorce were desertion desertionind desertionnnd
mid nonsupport nonsupportHankrnptuy nonsullpurtUankrliitcy nonsupportlhmnkrtuimey
Hankrnptuy Cn CaI CaITrial Casa CasaTrial c cTrial
Trial was commented commclted before Judge Judgelail JudgeHal Judgetall
tall tbls morning mornlnz of the cnse osp of George Qeorgaj GeorgeNyc
Hal j Nyc ye tlls trustee trsee vs s T C Waltentplel WaltentplelTbU Wllenrplel WllenrplelTrb
TbU if I an action ncton for an In accounting accountinglouulu accountng accountngIIOIbi accountIngnought
IIOIbi louulu by b Mr Ir Nye N as trustee trsCee In 11 bank bankiiptcv bankrpter bankuptcy
rpter iiptcv tn In behalf of the creditors credlorl of ofomuel ot1tlcl ofenamel
enamel 1tlcl Woalf Wol to compel camIllI an account accountK
ii K by l U Waltcnsplcl Walenplel for partnership partnershipnndi fartner hlp hlpClnal
Clnal 11 nndi In his hands belonging ldonKlnI to Wal Waicntpld Waltenlple Walnspiel
cntpld Woolf WoolfTht WooHThe WoolfThe
tenlple The assets of the firm frm at the time timef timeof
of f the dissolution dloluton of partntnhlp parnrbJp arg re rl
UTAHS NEW ROADTo ROAD 2 i iTO
TO PACIFIC OOASTDWould COASTal COASTalV
Would V ould be Built Buit if i Every Officer Oficer of the Com Company ConiPliny COllt COlltpuny ¬
puny Should Die De Tomorrow I omoirow Says SaysHon Sayslou SaysH
Hon H on Perry P elY S Heath tl eat I 1 A Jt f
1 1I I
Hon Perry Perr 8 F Hoatli loath who whol In addi addition n nton addltlomm ¬
tion ton to being prominent Iromilontin In tho nation 1ton s spolitics I IIQltes sImqlitles
politics IQltes la l Interested IltereHtel with wih Senator SenatorClurk SentorClurk enatorClark
Clurk in tfiu tfll bullJIiiB buldln of the San letl letlIos Pedro PedroLos lediOLos
Los Angelcti Angell Salt Sal fake take arrived intins in inthis I Ithis
this city cl this UIII morning 10lnlng from WIIshIns iVitsitlimgton Wash WashIneton
D C He will remain here icl us usthe ustime
Ineton Ins ton Ie wi rvmnll lS lSthe
the guest of Senator Thomas lhomua jelrn jelrnultl KearnB KearnBuntil Fertrnsummtii
until ultl after afer tho directors tlrrctors mcottnjr mcottnjrwhich Ooln Oolnwhich nmctinhioh
which Is scheduled to take place plBCl with within wih wihII ¬
in II the next nxt two to weeks anil nnl tlicn tel will willIn wil wilIn siIlIn
In nil ni probability probnbilty go over UOI the propoieil propoieilroute
route to the new lew road In company COntl ny with withseveral wih wihscornl Withseveral
several of tho directors directorsPerry dIrecors dIrecorsPerry directorslerr
Perry lerr > S Hcuth Ico th does not look a a daY daYloter dayboder layloder
loder loter than he did yours eorl ORO nnd nrll ap appears 111 111eals aimhears ¬
pears eals all ni the better boter for his two months monthstrip monthHtrIp inoiithmistrip
trip to Kuropo I lroJc Incidentally lncltental he bus cul cultivated cuitvnted eulhated ¬
counten countenance ounltCflalice ountcnance ¬
hated tvnted a beautifully healttul tanned
ance and association n with European Europeanmagnates 1 1uroicmuimmmngnates uroJcnn uroJcnnmncnates
magnates nnt has not changed chnnlcd him hll In lie thoslightest thl thlslchtest lieslIghtest
slightest slchtest AH he hold Illd an Impromptu Impromptureception ImlJoml1turocepton inimiminllmtUreceptIon
reception In Senator Koarns olllce olco this thismorning thismorning lilamorning
morning rocepton he apparently nlJlnrenty romumbered rcmcml > lcd by byname byMlnc
name all ni who visited visied him hll und UI11 had a ahearty ahenrt almearty
hearty handshake for or all Well We eI Hen Henold BOi BOiohl heiroh
old man I nm glad gild to see eo you he hesold hesaid iresaid
the massive lion hand oflIeu of ofHen oCnen
said as ho hl grouped In811e
Hen Hoywood lawood and slapped him on the theback tholack tImeback
back lack with the other Finally Finaly Mr Heath Heathbroke Huathhloke heathbroke
from the crowd ntH al allowed ul101cll atlouuctl ¬
broke hloke away nl Crol
lowed himself to be interviewed interviewedI
I do not know n 1 Mewed ble Nell thins intime In Inthe Inthe
the way WU of news he said shl for or to toll tollthe tel tellthe
the truth 1 fc tee l that I hnvo h l Just Justdroppil justdrup Justdropumc
droppil drup tw 1 out Olt of a I balloon baloun us I have hr1e not notmot notmut riotrant
Into Intotouch intutouch
hml time to get
ot Intt
mot nn anUI anomim > oiic tme
touch with current events In Ameri America ¬
ca The fhp wlh only man I met over In hu hurop gurop lurope
rop was Senator ClarkIOA1 Clark ClarkROAD ClorlAD
ROAD AD AS SUH13 SUiE AS FATE FATEWith FATEWJh FATIItii
With Itii this statement ns a starter tho thoconversation thoconersnton tueeormersation
conversation WJh naturally led to the th topic topicof
conersnton
of if the th bulldlnK huldlr1 of the hip road ond to Sc Ios An ¬
geles l s In answer m er to a I question Itlefton Mr MrHeath lIr lIrBcnth Mrhleatlm
Heath said Of course the lie road rlad Is lagcliiR Isgdnl isgcimmg
gcliiR gdnl to be built hull antI nnl as If soon n n as we wealt weal Wenil
alt al get ct together 10Jthll bore Ilerl and decide do ld on armsshat onwhat onwhnt
what will wi be done you OU will wi EOS ee Q an ac active actve noise ¬
tive tve campaign lalllalgn started Just Jn t im lB sure nH nHyou usyou nsYOl
you YOl and I are art alive nle hero right rllht now IO so sosui soSil sosum
sum Sil will II t Ill that toad lad be built hUlt null what whatIs
Is II more it ah aI of us who uro Intcrofltod Intcrofltodwere Interol l loro
were oro to de off or tomorrow tomorrw the ronJ ronJwould tont ronumiwculmb
would wcuh lie I imU Just jUit tho tim tamo Thero Therowill Tlmcrowill
will 1 bo at It IciU 1 U t one roa1 Ioa built Inlt through throughlo throuJh throuJhto
to Los ICK Angiicb and from the looks of ofthings otthlnRs oftImings
things It Bccnm s lm n os though tholGh there thert will wjllbe willbe J
be two IWI tefirt bet f we get through he hewith saltl sallwith saltlwHh
with a smile smileHARMONY rlmmilelL1mftMONY mle mleIMUINY
HARMONY IMUINY VND VNDContinuing ND MONiYContitmuing MONY MONYConthlulng
Continuing ho sad Qt course cOure there
IMPORTANT IMPORT ANT RUMORS ABOUTRAISYV ABOfTi w i I
Denver June D GThe The Republican Iepullenn to today toda today
day da says SIYt It 1 Is stated Itn tel upon good nohomily nil nilthorlty n nthorl
homily thorl hut thlt no change ChlllU In thc ugrcemon ugrcemonof ugrc mcnt mcntoC
of the Colorado Midland Is antlclpatod antlclpatodIt antclltel1
It I will wl be managed lnaled for Itself Isel byFranl byFranlTrumbull yFrarmTrumbull I anll anllTrumbul
Trumbull Trumbul and I n C Dodge nnd a aheretofore al alhereoCore aheretofore
heretofore hereoCore will wi not combat com hat the interest interestof
of the Colorado and Southern or of thiIllo the theHo thJib
Illo Ho Jib Grande Western WesternThe WeatErn WeatErnfhe ueRtcrnThe
The I IInver nver nml Illy HIt Grnnde will wi ns nssurne Of assume
sume the management munngelent of the IllGrnndo Ill HliGrande Ho HoGrnnde
Grande Western Wlster on July Jul 1 the begin beginnlng hl beginfling ln lnnlng
nlng of thc next fiscal fscnl year car It I Is novadmitted nov nowIdmlt no noridmitted
admitted Idmlt ted to have ha vo been en J2C10 260 In open nc nccounts nccounly nocounts
counts WnlUnsplel Wnltnplel allows alows that hi hicollected hecoleclcel iiicohieciemb
collected coleclcel IJ334 of this but that It cost cosiilm costhim coshim
him J12347S 2i8 to do so The trustee trustcinaturally trusteennturly trustemnaturally
naturally nnturly wishes Mr Ir Waltesplel Wale plel Ubhow U tobhow Libho5s
bhow how he expended this tiil law lawamount lurgenlllUnt inrgmilimmotmnt
amount nlllUnt with wih such comparatively comparatvely insignitcuni In lnIgnlfcuni Inslgnlr >
Ignlfcuni slgnlr canl results reluls The he plaintiff plaintf li licprescntcd II isrepresented
represented repr scnted by himself and Ind Mr Thom Thomns
ns 01 and defendant by Powers Straup StrauoIppmunn
Ippmunn LIppni on a
Barton IH Free FreeThomag Prol ProlThomal lreeThmcmnma
Thomag Thomal Barton wns also granted di dlvorce divorce diVorce
vorce from Susan Kent Fennetsy Jennesy ennessy Bar Baron Dartal Bartoni ¬
tal toni on the evidence taken takQI by b lleferci lleferciSldredge IteforetFhcbredge
Sldredge 1 ltredge showing howlli that Mrs Carton be became beeilne becririme ¬
came eilne a 1 member memler of Ida Walkers housof houbi houbiof hou u uot
of riage III I fame a few I weeks after her mar marriage marriage 1rmarriage ¬
Short Hllrt OrileiH OrileiHTho OrtlelO OrtlelO1he OrilemsThe
The case of Thonrne 1homnl S Fowler vp vpStar t tStar I
Star Gold Goll Silver SIer Mining lnlng company companywas corpnny corpnnyWIS companywas
was WIS this morning mornln dismissed dlsllue by II Judge JudgtStewart Jud1Stewart JudgeStewart
Stewart on motion moton of defendant detend nt and andcmmenl andOf andamrecment
cmmenl Of rcment by h stipulation stipulationOn atlitriat 11ulnton 11ulntonOn ton tonOn
On motion molon of defendant dlrl IDnt the case of ofVllllam otWliat olIIhInn
Wliat Vllllam M Holt loll vs Thomng fhollS C PattOi Pat Paton latterm
tOi term on wus sot ot for June JUn lOib lOibThere 10lhIhere 10thThere
There wan II quite 1110 a I list lst d < f nrrulcnmentH nrrulcnmentHhis urral nmlnt nmlntthis
his I a moinliif Inollln men mg Churles hit ties Vultilng YllzllJ Vob taing taingchored
harped wilb ih fornication fornicaton pleaded 11ntld not notMlty not1lty notgUity
Mlty MltyJuhn 1lty gUityJolom
Juhn Onilcdn elllun neon ncrl nccnmeii ed 11 of crand Iranll lar larony larnn larruins
ruins nn In n t1 etbiImg t J1 Ug 20 O lir hrsd 1 d of o iititcn 11Jll fioin fiointhe C mc4mm mc4mmthe r
the thl > rt LVI Str1 Stock rompony CHn1n > on onApril onprl cmipnil
April pnil prl UDI HI tlfiulfd not lot gtmhI ffullty Il Judge7uerney Judge JmiguTwwmcy JUIIJu JUIIJu7WCIt
Twwmcy 7WCIt nf Klllfl shPetmrd > ard t for tIc Ilf tottmlont tottmlontHP dtJhlnt dtJhlntp
HP p crid r11 he 1 van ns tlwihiuiy alilutfiY i4nicrttmI 4anJeM 4anJeMtiMl llel
tiMl 111 tin hp 1 boy Mtircly MIrI surel lookwl the nari nariAl mtmiti
Al i Pr Fluler Fruier il r nlfit nreuMMl 1IIu OI thpptt thppttFluler nf if Ittol1 ttal teniisg teniisgtihep K Kah
ah hlp < > p truism the name tle company companyK Compll pltllrt plmdeU plmdeUrlt
Mt 1fII uruity y yIt
K 7 HiK It I hargetl duujItl with Ih brCHklnij Illclklnz Into IntotJo tritetr Inlothl
tJo thl rnomlng rrlll house of John Johl M Sutler Ruttr Sutlr2t24
2124 12 SMle street IttPet on Mav 1 21ot walked walkedup Wllkft
up Ul10 U to o the tht Injtth with wih a 1 Jaunty nlr and andplPddcd anltIMlullll SailileRmleib
plPddcd tint nrt pullty lu1 lUcks Hck pleading Im mitdunlrsiy Imjit 1mIflnlril
jit Iflnlril tdunlrsiy unlr iiy tlio tl tim court iippolntcJ It1pflnttd Attor Attorney Ator AtorlP Attormiey ¬
ney lP M f Thtnan Th lhru mirss to defend tefCll1 him himJohn himJolm himJohmm
John I3tvln > 1 lull 1111 of J1W 0 Ws as for Cortplted forfeited or orfelted
felted he having hllnl failed tle to np nItear 6nr In Intlon Inn1wr innnttuer
anwcr n1wr to a 1 charge rhArJ1 of fornlrat fornlratT torllton torlltonT forriluinF ollonr tlon
T J Montgomery churned with
lontnlerr htfd lh re reslstlng reo reosl reabiting
slstlng sl lln nn ni ofllrer wn wu vnaThe dlirlu dlldlMROII dlldlMROIIThe < radk radkThe
The caw il of f6i flAf foigery ry > wsnlnst MI t L J W WlnrCol IVMareott V VMarcott
Marcott lnrCol w wa as s onler oltml orderml < d nirbken rlken fom tJt1 omnl the thenifs tht timefiles
files ftl ax the dff Iltlndnnt detenImunt ndant bad been dls dlschars Ilg Ilgchar dlsalmargmtb
chars almargmtb < Hl bv b JuMlee JI Hef KixK lt4HQt > Kcr lie le ap appeared nppelN tippeared ¬
peared pelN In the Juxtlo jllf court today todnyon on an another another another
other charge of forgery forgeryLATE torer torerLATE forgerya forgeryLATELOCALS
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LATE LATELOCALS LATELOCALSThe LOCALS LOCALSThe
The excellent excolent halftone hal tone of Miss I Katz Katznnd Kltz Kltzand atz atzand
and Governor Wells which hlrh
Ooeror Wels appear on onanother onanothlr fl flanother
another anothlr page of tho News ew8 tire lre from fromphotographs treatphotographs 1
photographs photognphs recently rccent taken by Jglmion JglmionCharles Johntn JohntnCharl1 JoinneonCharles
Charles De Molsy Mols the first trt IncunrVnt IncunrVntof
of the office ulce of commlMloncr clmmluloncrQttha clmmluloncrQtthaItlte InUrrtnt InUrrtntof ofVtha ofVthastate ofihestate
state Itlte bureau of statistics ItOt tC hastflled hai l d his hUbond hisboad hisbond
bond In the te sum sum ot WtoO noo with WIthth th t i lC c
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have bn bn roadi rua to I Ios Ani AnhsI nelf lt pro projected ur PrOieeteb ¬
jected JeclPI 11u time gab tlioe tlll niriln lrln and Anl mmti theyfell they t ilieytell
fell tel through tme In building IJldln8 a road 1111 tint tintme tlmsinie f fMe
me never er Ihlu1 ihlu ihIrmg n to take limb Into Ilto consul coniidtintlon conll consulurutlomi i i1t01
tintlon Frt lrrt rfi tiers 1111 i Is th Ihv itiatt mmmntr r of offunln ofminds
minds 1t01 lmniiiig and Ind Duatlug uatlS of bonUi bonUiNuinberK bOld bOldNumbCI tofl4iNuimibers
NuinberK NumbCI unll nlull ut schemes 111 have htve fullen fullenttrough t tudlenuttmugim I1 H Htlugh
ttrough tlugh Just for the lack of thlft thlftnenlUI tt IS we wesotitfal v tj tj8Cll1
nenlUI 8Cll1 eniure Ittre There U no 11 fcnr uf ufBcnvtor utlentul ofLJenatui
Bcnvtor lentul Iluks I Idrk i red mri ld falling falln through on onMs onIhll onthis <
Ms Ihll luccunt 111IUI j fin e can lal alt get t nil 11 thu thumoney thumoney themoney
money uo want runt In II fact we w haY U UThe I ithe i ifhe
The he vccoitd IICOlr tiling 111 hi ImUdlng IIUding a tfillioid tfillioidHist rfIIO tnilmoliithat 1 1that
that often lux 11 time thl effect tect of ktlllnt llnl u usclieive u aclmne
sclieive lm IK I thi hi I l ha lark lar k of him luirmony hrlon rtimon s Miiloni Miilonithu imtvrmgthu Iloug IlougIhl
thu Ihl promote JtllIte H 11 here erf nguln Allin wu U are a ao aoliii o olid
lid IJ for I tiiMT IIH Imps im law Al uny 111 body boy uf mon monsncli II0n II0nHeh
sncli u unli uni In purpose or Ideas over 01 a aprujett a alie ajiroJert
prujett OH trv time lie turpUII piomotcra 1010111 of the tle Ban BanPMIO 11 MiumiImIio
PMIO 110 Th I n itgahi th the matter tlI8 of Ir ron ronnectlnns connetlons commnertiminma
nectlnns netlons In n 11 lrt > t ttoubllni toullnl UH Ui aa ni U 1110el 1110elIIIUpoph does doesSMIU
SMIU IIIUpoph IIIUpophIult > people peoplelust
lust what wns WII ii o be Interpreted by bythl hythlM bytimls
timls thl latter Idle temark remark was Wi nut quite clear clearami clel clelILII clemirstrut
strut ILII Mr ti I i Heath I I dodged ibod ged the I he d dld Ire it iiie iiietlon mitres mitrest IU IUtlun
hull t In the tht I Ire mars matter lat t ti I The Jha Impramlon Impramlonhe ImpIlnnhI I am pmeawlonIra
he hI left Icr however wnti 11 that thlt by 1 the time timethc tme tmethe timeLime
thc trujmi nero wore running from rrOI Salt It Lake Laketo Iakj Iakto
to LOB AngelPH that the eastern Plslern out outlet outlet omitlet ¬
let for their nlllI trnlllc tlc would woull bo le on hnnd hnndlenplte 111111 111111llMple lmrmmmIdespite
despite llMple the tlp pUtiM tlUI of K I ll I Hnrrtmsin Hnrrtmsinand Inrmln InrmlnamI
and Ills l assoviate assoviateAS odl tel telAS
AS TO 10 THK ri SANTA FK l lUpon 11IUpon v vUpon
Upon his attention nthmton being leln drawn to aclispiutcim a adispatch 0 0clpltch
dispatch clpltch regarding the tbl SHiittt 111 P IPe which whichappears whichIIJnrl whichappears >
appears IIJnrl In another nothl part Jrt > tirt of If tills tmper tmperMr il psprMn
Mr Heath said I am nut nt ft nil Il stir Hiirlirlnod surt stiriirlsti
lirlnod that t liii I t HIP I h hi Vnlnii Plinn I mi Ion rnelllc lnclc Path tic eontein eonteinliave eon tfm tfmhl Cmi Cmihave
have hl It tU1 CM watching ltllin the thl market nlrkt at late laleplates late1lates latePlates
plates K luin icaiimli > a nvr the Santa Bnia 1e If I you yountitl yotimiamI 01
miamI nll until lul1 tin tw nuitily rte In the thl stock to c cyou t tyour
you would 01111 have hl I b 1en been n of the opinion opiniontlmt IpltlOI opimllGimI 1 J Jtmt
tlmt I list t someone 8H1 I lnul hld lm bI lmnm > n buying bum ylmig up 1 th thcommon the thlClllm thecoimmrnon
common tmt stork Mteulthlly lhHII h I Tlie SntiUKe SntiU SIUI > i ile f 1
Clllm
Ke ancl 111 the thl Houthern Iuuthtn Pftclflo PftclfloImvp Pclfo Pclfola icittobtavo
5 5terms L LtmI8
Imvp hen on very f friendly fr1en rlmUr hlr hlrlorume
la terms tmI8 for sumac Iml time tlll pail 1111t u Imllcntnl Imllcntnlby Inllcalft
by 1 thf tim hp latter hlllr letting lettn the Santn Hnntf Fe K come comeInto cone coneIlto annieunto
Into Sun Francisco llldICO over Uel their own owntrnake owntI018 owimtiucke
trnake Ilto tI018 That hut this should sholli oxteml oxtolll to o Urn UrnUnion th thUnion timeUnIon
Union Pacific PacitI U only ont natural As ti tiwhat tl tlwhlt tim timshat > <
what whlt effect efEct thin ileal would hart upon uponthc untht imposmtime
thc tht San nn Iidro Mr 1 Heath leath WQK Wal not pro propared pr prpared lirepared
pared to state Itate but IIP hr lm Mid Ild tlmt no 10 coinblnatlon coin CI CIhiloton cornlimiatiomm
blnatlon hiloton could Coul1 now nol utrnnglt ItIOl the ptoject ptojectof ptJetot 1 1r 1DUtCfORS
of Senator Belal Clark CllrI C lam IC v vIMIinCTORS k t tD1htIcToas r
h homlnj
IMIinCTORS DUtCfORS MEKTING MEKTINGroming h1fiTINGonittig
roming down to th lie dlrectori llr tor m mat mSetlag matIng flt fltIng
Ing omlnj to be held hlhl In this city he Hftld 1111 hHI tia tiator tmatot At Atlor
tot I Iliirk hmmrk will arrive Itrlvt In New XI irk on onFriday onIliIa tj
ltk wil i ithe I Itire
will Kt diets until otter nfterthe
Friday awl wil stny y Ilel unti Irer
1IIcI
the wedding Hddln of bin hil rm in ni the t 12th hut hutwhen Illl Imustsuimetu j 11
when he would board the train for kIt SiL SiLIrtlre lt ltLake
hI hl1II
whl
Lake 1111 that night nl hl and CI1 powtlbly OJT 111 arrive arrivehero V Vhere ii iihere
here on the Sunday 8un11 th Iht ibis ICtli and the liiimmtcettng thenirctlng theeetng
nirctlng tnl tnl1 place plue on fn rm or about nbolt lh lh17th the thelih the11th
17th eetng After the th imetlnu ho wltl Inle wo woWill WI toSnihi
Will lih get Alet down to business U IIWHA arid unl I built thtnltthat thUll thUllthnt builtthat
et
that 1 I will wi tak u I Jaunt jllnt over OVEr the roin roinvltb rouleithi 011 011h
vltb ithi h any ao of th the others who may m IK IKto
to go along aloll
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said that J 0 Metcalf will 1 be vlccpre vlccpreBldcnt vl vicepresident epre epresldent
Bldcnt Mil and general manager mnnafer succeeding succeedingCol succcedllg succcedllgCol
Col Dodge 1ollge Bnt nnd that A 4 8 HuRhes Jurhes will willbe wi wIllhe
be general trnllle nmnnger Tho road1 road1however roati roatihoweHr rorimlimouever
InnjOr
senernl tr1e
however will wi have hlvo n general llcrnl superin superintendent superlntenllent superinterimient ¬
tendent and other general otllcers sep separate lel imeparnIe ¬
Int otwr
arate from trol those thOEt In II thu Denver DOIcr and antitio andIllo I
Illo Grande GrandeThere Glanr GranibeThere
10 I IThcre
There 18 H another report that the of offleers offleets i iflCI1
fleets flCI1 of the lila 10 Grande Orand Western We ter except ex oxCllt otceiit ¬
cept the president pre lll nt mdli wll wllll ln > entirely entrh soP HCPpnrate soPpctrato cp cpparate
parate from frur rota UIOKO of o the thl Denver 1lnol Hlo HloGrande lo loOrndl ItiaOranidi
Grande Orndl In II this connection connecton there tlr are timerumors arerumors Ile I IrUlnOt
rumors rUlnOt that GPO G o W Kramer will wi be become become becomae
come general Cfnenl manager managerr mnenagerretary I II Irtnry I
I Itmot
r rtnry tary of state His Ils sureties Ilrelts arc Heed Heedfinioot ned ttCemISmnoot
1 1James
finioot tmot nnd f I K j Ioose LooseJames IooseJamniems
James ShatTer Slmte n minor who was wasbrought wasrou syasbrought
brought rou ght In from the C Century ntury mine this thismorning th thisrnormrlnig 11
morning with u fractured Crcture limb 1mb IH IHting 1 get getting et ettng
ting tng on very nicely ut II the St M Mhospital Marka Markahospital llrk llrklospluJ
hospitalTime hospital hospitalThe lospluJ i 1 1The
The students stud ntl of thc Latterday LatterdaySaints Iaterda latterdgySaints I ISatnts
Saints college col entertained their friend friendsand friendnnd trlenti I
nnd the faculty lf this afternoon aternoon by giv giving gisirmg Iv IvIng ¬
ing an Interesting Inttf lnl program procrnl In the col eoilege college colIe ¬
lege Ie assembly ssembl room at S p in Tonight Tonightthey Tonighttile f nlght nlghtthe
they the will wi take a trolley Irole excursion excursionThe mcrur excursionrIme lon lonfie
The board bon 1 of county commissioners commissionerstoday clmhtsloner
today fie appointed 1 a HI delegates from Salt SaltLake falt Saltlnic
tOny
Lake 1nl1 county cII to t the thl International Interndtonal MlnInjj Mln Illiialag lf1 lf1In
lag In Confess Conl If tie to 0 be held hell nt It Boise lolse July JulyMrd Julynrd July2rd
Mrd tn II ii 25th 2Cth K gUl Ezra r Thompson Thorllson W V T TJam TJames 1 1Jnm
Jam James IYha Ihas has H 1 Scheu cieu J D Wood Woo end unilA Inl endA I
A H Tatbit TatbitThe TgibttTime hrbl
I I1h
The 1h ballutlttfr balutlng for the most mat popular popularyoung iropularyounrg I IoUnK
young lady at the Third ward carni carnival caridal ¬
laty earl
val al WAS W its I follows rolowM at 3 oclock this thluafternoon thll thisatternuun t tntternoon
afternoon Ml Miss l l 1C lnorn 1 In or a Cliristeimse1O9 Christensen I
10 1O9 votes OtIM Urace Sttlngfellow Strl1gCelow TOO TOOAdellnu T 700Adelimma
Adellnu Adelna foulttr Coule 750 o Lou Caslteman CasltemanMO Cllleman J JIlan
MO Vivian Ilan Drew Dn bOO Edna Cottrll Cotrl 4W 4WArvllla fI 4WArsihia I IAIII
Arvllla Clark 250 250David 2 2Ohieivid O I IIfld
AIII David Ifld K t Jcnis 1 mm cnrp Illnler nter of Union Unionsustained Unionsustained I I8uelalnet
sustained 8uelalnet a very fr revere Injury Injur today todayHe tol ryjylit I
He lt was aM workln with wih noitm Ir machinery machinerywhen malllnr malllnrIhen mathtzmsrysulien
when one of hi hi his UtiKcrs Intu 11 ot caught eUlght In Inthe Inthe inthe
the togs 081 and wa wal I to badly bal mashtd mashtdthat Ins lnastlthot 1 1lhn
that t It I wan WA 5 nectiuutry neelal to remove It 1 The TheInjured Th ThInJIHe Theinjured
Injured member lelnber was Wl taken off or by DrItoblimsan Dr DrItoblnson DrHoblnsn
Itoblnson Hoblnsn Hoblnsnfhe ItoblnsonThe
The secretary retar of tate Itatl today tolay paid pid intotIme Into Intotlie Intothe
the state Mtatl treasury trluur HJ819M UIU4 of which whic sIitctm250oo whichjzjow
jzjow 60 eume Clmc room om the Union Iaelflo Pacno and nndJC andIcuG OtldS610
S610 JC IcuG 0 from trl time thl San S l l lLtrl he4ro lro Los AnfoMM Ansi AnlM
i t salt Slt Lake Air I ir Hammond 1IIIold fe fH feil Ujuty Ujutyproud JWty JWtyJIout juaty
JIout proud mOud of N h hu 111 I ti < > turn this thi amount amountInto umt umtIlto umoiatIvitu
Ilto Into the oiloi lhJ or the th elate tte as ni It I was waidUt washue 1
IIUl hue > tn tl hi his 1 II1b lLbyirg iLibyir 111 th Ibt it tbe bill Mi a aIowlmig s n nlowing 1 1lOI111
lOI111 lowing cf tt Int < 11 I ohirgen for fIr Ineor Ineorimnitlug 18c IncoritiUg
IlrUui imnitlug were ere paiiked Jlpl by th hue Ugiila hsg1laI Ugiilatutr lIIII
tutr tutrA tUI I UI C CA
A dlsamctrui dliHt dl31trlIU > u accident acd < fnt was narrowly narrowlyFivorted narwly narwlyfv narrowlyuverted >
fv Fivorted rted cn n Mnln htr ptnst t todny toy li Iwn ii iiIwavy UII L2m L2mlmauy t
hfI Iwavy team of 4 r J l M t t Kupp KUIJ of ofbroke Jlftltl JativmIlNl JativmIlNlmolts
broke away nr from rain a li 111 lid < who waIng wa fl hni4 hni4lag o oIn < r
In lag them and an tinted < south Ilth on onMticet 01 4ttIn 4ttIn4mmel ui j jtpl
Mticet Their fr frsnmsied n tlfd led career WM 1 hump hupplly hlll humpily
pl plly ily brought Lroulh to a I UMpfl i < ileri atop by the theIrft tlO tlOIltt theIll
Iltt Ill tUiwI h1 eateblnc eltcllnr a telephone J jiI jiIne t il ilOne
One ne of the IltrJ1 ii irles > rr wa was throw t nn1 dawn dawnind dvnmud lrn lrnnnd
mud the C hmsrnc barn hlr < > wa a fiith IIh tr hrt > ri n A Aliliyclc t tiltcle 1 1hkI
liliyclc iltcle helonsInK to a Nln Xlnmh ith ml msrmiey rd rdUoy
hkI 0 Uoy ey was 8 shin Il lnngnl o broken but beyond ibid thntnn tu tunt
nt nn dairiiRr arnle was WA d dln dine n i iel
81 < miii rurrliKo llcencfs l < enC1 had be bM been n nMucd I Ipued
IFuf Mucd by Jy n nn < n today lot Frank Jrank If 1 U flh flht Ttth Ttthem > h her
t er r 1C Suit 811 l lkeane iakeand keancl Agne ln C r Cnlvort tnhfr f fr
7 1hnidlpbla lhlldlphl Kmanuet Fmanuel T l avln Pavittn lavlesXluiray >
r n 1 Mutra MIra > and Sarah It I Blnrmtl 11nlll tt ttIranirer 21Iranger t tGrRer
GrRer Iranirer Thomas 1homa A Helm 1lm 1 4 and andUttle am amHt f fiattie
Uttle Henley tt 4 both of S Slt Selt lt LalMi LalMiiecni Lu LuGttf 1katecrq4
Ht lenley 4
iecni W V Smith sith 43 4 Murray hlrrn and Noraavtndor Nora Noraavjniior Xorl Xorl1andol
Gttf 1andol > avjniior < 14 4 Salt Slt I lke ke John Jon PUt PUtrujrirait Ptt Pttrunalt iletimggalt
rujrirait II 1 Oakland Oa11nO Cal CII and ald Iloso Ilosoday Itosolay J0 J0a
Link LewisSchoppe Lewis IewlsSchOIp Lewischop
day a Lowry SI I SfUt SIlt
chop Lrr M and Florence Ionma Howat 21 21totli 21loUI 21oth
SchOIp snt
loUI totli of Salt Lake Lke
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