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left 37 Killed KiliedBl4itish British Got 100 Prisoners PrisonersTheir PrisonersAll
All Their Wagons Wagohs and Supplies Includ Including lncJuding Incltilug ¬
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t n h 4 In II protest protestnnd prolstI
1t I I nnd In1 ati nrofoislns nrofoislnsnent Irofoslnl Irofoslnlb urofesslnJ urofesslnflnt
b I I nent nn of the pao paoti iteariI
J 1 riI ti i i their thllr will wl nn nnk nnIH n n nV
which whhi claimed claimedml
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I 0 I I i i < nni In 1fl r pI t Pies IIs wih with th In Inim Inti Int
ti t Ir I r im t i iijn I J > lately llteh nnd am with withi
i ur r r tie tite swutd
I t s t iv 1kt t h hi wrk of men menk mel
tlk Fi k f t earth farthi again againJ
i n i hn n baptized h3plrd In the blood bloodf
e f a fi h rt cnuirv ntlt back bnk and andIK antip
IK p l to tt tii tilP ul < aiN IU I > if t liberty lberty for foruniM Corit forq
it uniM um i int r tho slough Ilough of ofi otr
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t 11 RIt BH 1 In Strong Sironl Strorigjeri Terms ltrIJ Action IOtOI of ofEtformcd orRr ofEfniied
Etformcd Rr rmelllrc rrcsbjlirlnn lrCMb bJ hHlo I Assembly Assemblyw so 1 hly hlyi
w i Li I il I < Jane J unl C OAt At the the
wif trt nt f th i I r u State Stlo Fedora Kedoruut edor
1 ut La r z Ih h j 11 inir resolution resoluton reaoiutloiu
Iu IU u a In n r pnse ns to the action actioni
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If t I ft k L l nf o Humanity not
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I f t n PI n 1 Htute lute Will wil bQ bQHn b bt btbIlslj
I tihsh this thiswation thlU
a U I 111atoll wation atIoti should shouldUr flouM flouMJ
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adequate tor torh
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l and andinegie nntiflgle
Wl t inegie will Ill help
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n1 1 I i 1 r Cooper 1 oo ° npr r were
ii nt r I r1 r HI 1 help h Jp the theP
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tarin alrrnB the steamer
tataln a la IIU ua Arctic Arctc and Ind andL
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piles plcs IncludIng Inclullng 8000 cattle cate In the handi handiof
of the UrliUh BIlbh The ho loss of the latlei latleivtuj Iltel IltelWIl iattes
WIl s vtuj tw 3 men Itn killed 1lled and IS wounded woundedUcyerv woundodleerl wounded13oyer
Ucyerv leerl main command cormanl arrived 01 01the 01Ihe citime
the scene fene soon after the engagement engagementbut
but failed Caloel In an Attempt ntempt to rocnptun rocnptuntho rocaptur
tho supplies supples Ueyer Uler was loft Iltt practlcallj practlcalljwithout Ilraclculh Ilraclculhwihout iractlCUiiwithout
without wihout transportation trnnlPoratOI or suppllco supplcD
Mary Mnr D 1 Hume Hlme has been declared by bythe U Utho bthe
the Iron Irol Trades Jludes ii atIi Council Counci Courm li unfair and andthe amitho am amtime
the union men len employed olployc thereon han luivubeen hanben liavbeen
been ben ordered oldort out outDr au outIr t tHI
Dr HI Thomas fhnllS Itonil lulI HtiluldcH HtiluldcHLondon SllclllcH SllclllcHLOllol SUlejileNLotitlon
London LOllol June Junl fl ODr Dr Thomas rhnmal Bond a awell awel aveil
well wel known lfWli surgeon Ilrgeon and an analyst analystcommitted nnaJstrommlted analystcornini
committed rommlted cornini Ucti sulcldo today by throwing thrwlnl
himself hhnllt fiom CIOI a third Htory I10r window of ofhis oihil o ohIs
his hil rtHldeiico lcAllpICO Ho had been bC1 suffering sUrln sUrlnCrom uuutcr1ntrain
from melancholia nllonchlla for some fame time tmC Dr DrHorn DI IiBond
Horn bt bldeM be Hides bcln belnq the late Mr Ir Clad CladFtoncs Gad Gadtono GladltOIlcM
Ftoncs tono curBeon urHOOI was IU noted In connec connection connecton connection ¬
tion ton with wlh Investigations 111 stgutoll8 nnd nl < 1 discoveries discoveriesIn Illcoerlas IllcoerlasIn
In the cases CEU 9 of tievornl 11oml sensational sensationalcrime senntonal senntonalerlllll senatlonaIcrlineg
crime erlllll notably tha thl Lefroy leClo Iumson Iumsonand lul80n lul80nand 1unuonand
and Camp mutdorg mutdorgMMor munlJ munlJlljlr iuruIorsluuJnr
MMor lljlr OCI Srorgo O Arthur Itll Dcnd DcndClovolnnd DInllChwolnnt leauiCItwolanti
Clovolnnd Chwolnnt Ohio Julie GMaJ George OeorgpArthur Georgrthul GeorgeArthur
Arthur rthul aHilstant puynmstor IJlymnstar of the U UH ILS
8 army nrm died let suddenly this rooming roomingwhile mornlngwhie mornIngwhile
while whie sitting sIttng In the chair In the Weddell Weddellhouse Weldel eddeiI eddeiIhouae
house houseMr houscMr houaeMr
Mr Arthur wn the son 801 of P I M f Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur chief of the t tit ht Brotherhood of Loco Locomotive Lco Lcomotvo Locumotlvo ¬
motive motvo Engineers EngineersTho EngineerTho
Tho Tim Assyrian fhHJrlll Joes Ulnirp UlnirpSt RlwreSt
St Johns H F t F0 June fl arhe The Leyland LeylnndsteanierAssyrian Leylandtealfr Leylandsteamer
steanierAssyrian steamer tealfr 19rlln I5syrlan from Crm Antwerp Antwell An twerp for forMontreal forMontreal forMontreal
Montreal with wih 2000 20 tons of cargo ca1o went wentnshore wentflhole wentaehore
nshore flhole off Capo CCll lWio at midnight minight She Shehns Shehas Bimeitatu
has eleven elIpn feet of water aar In her furehold fureholdnnd trehlhl trehlhlInd foroboltizuuiti
nnd Ind Is likely Ikcly to prove PIOC a I total wreck wreckHer wrerlcHer wrecicHer
Her crew had hUellHelt gieut dlllloulty r11culy In ecap lIAp
Ins InA and reaching the shore No o further furtherdetails turtherdetnl furtherdetIIs
details detnl are art obtainable oItalnahlo nt It present 11reent Tho Thosteitmer Thoultlm Theteitrner
steitmer ultlm r Alg Algerno rne re lit I being dispatched to totho totho totie
tho scone 8rne of the wreck by Lloyds Lloydsagents Llola LlolauGIntL LIoydagents
agents
uGIntL uGIntLClllnlhalH
Cnnnllmltt ClllnlhalH Devour I Oriiinn OriiinnIlcrlln GrrlnnH GrrlnnHBcrln GeruuiuisIlorlIn
Ilcrlln Bcrln June JUI C 6Vile The Tabeblntt Tnbblrl prints printsspecial Irlntsplllnl printaspeeltil
special splllnl correspondence COtfponiere 61he tlre from Cr1 New NewGuinea NI NewGuInea
Guinea Guina containing u l full tul account ac ount of the themassacre themlSlncr themassacre
massacre mlSlncr nf otthe the members nemherf of o the first firstGerman flrtGerman rlt rltGormnn
German South Sen expedition eXVtdltol on the thedumlbnl thcclnlllbnl thedannibnl
dumlbnl clnlllbnl Islands Islarll of kit Matthias I thlns The Thujwora TheWCi TheyV4rp
Helnroth HelnrothYork H fllnrbhYork wora WCi lilrbh lilrbhulk nil III UlllQd Itllll nndcatcn rnt C save sinl a I Dr DrHelnroth DrH Drfllnrbh
York ulk Sails Sa Hir I AuoUlaiid AuoUlaiidSydney loklal uuklandS l
Sydney S dney N S W June June CTh 6Thi Brit Brl ¬
ish steamer stERller Qphlr having havlo op board boan tie tueDuke tl tieIuhe
Duke and nnl Duchess UOhORI of lt Cornwall Cornwal oJ and andVork 111 111Yorle azitiYork
York sailed saied for Auckland New Zen Zenland Zel Zettlaud
land lall nt t noon today todayGoeminent todayG0CrIICllt todayGoicrnment
Goeminent G0CrIICllt for lB Cnvltc CnvltcManila Calc CalcMania CaIteManila
Manila Mania June Tun C OCommlsslonErs Commissioners Taft TnftWright Tar TaftrIght
Wright Wrl rIght ht and Ida Ilo are at Cavite today t es establishing estnblshln e etabllshing ¬
tablishing tnblshln a provincial government KovernmentThey goCrmnent goCrmnentfhe governmentThey
They fhe were formally CormalY welcomed wclcoled by I Col ColGeorge ColOeoro CciGeorge
George Goodrell < ootrel and the local dlgnl dlgnltarlos dhltories dlgnltories
tories In the town tOWI hail hal Judge Julro Tart Taflspoke Tartspoke Taftspoke
spoke outlining oUllnlng the commissioners commissionersprovincial commissoners commissoners11rolnclal cornmlsnionerslrovlnclal
provincial plans plansTho plansho plaitsThe
The ho Mayflower nllmcr to t Go II to Venezuela VeneuclaWashington Yellc7nrln Yellc7nrlnWlhll VenezuelaWashington
Washington Wlhll ton June C OThe The Mayflower Mayflowersailed MayflowersaIled IaowerRnlEt
sailed RnlEt yesterday cserla from rom San Juan JUII for forCarupnno torarupano forCarupanu
Carupnno She will wi make stops at Ui UiOuayrn 11Ouaym LciOuayru
Ouayrn and Iorto Cabello Cahelo Navy N de department dePartmnnt e el1runnt ¬
partment l1runnt olllclnls olcials state that her mission missionIs mlstlon mlstlonIs
Is to keep In touch with wih the situation situationgrowing situaton situatonrowlnr sItuatIongrovIng
growing rowlnr out of the Venezuela Vlczuela asphalt asphalttroubles asphal asphalttroubles
troubles troublesHeoy trouulesHeu troublesbeoy
Heoy Heu AVhlto Whlo Gives Ohcl a I Luncheon LuncheonLondon IuncheollLondon LunclicouiIondon
London June Junl 8Henry 1Ienry WhIte Whie sec secretary secretnr seeretary ¬
retary of the United States embassy embassygave emunssrV embassygave
gave V a 1 luncheon today in honor hOlor of Mar Morris Marna torrls ¬
ris K Jeesup Cornelius Cornelus N Bliss Biss and andothers anduthtrs andothers
K
others uthtrs of the thl delegates delegatEs of the Now York Yorkchamber torkchamber Vorkchamber
chamber of o commerce C011 rce The Th guests glMts In Included tnolueet Ineluded ¬
eluded MaItre Labor IaIorl A J T Balfour BnlfourAmbassador DnlourAmbus BalfourAmbassador
Ambassador Ambus olueet udor Choato and Mr tr Droderlck Droderlcktho
the war secretary secretaryTho secretarTho
Tho Oueunlo OIllllo DnmiiKis UallllF n Propeller PropellerLiverpool Propelcr Propelcr1Icrpool PropellerLIverpool
Liverpool 1Icrpool June CThe White Star Starliner Stlr Stlrlner Starliner
liner lner Oceanic which sailed saied from tror Liver Liverpool LIverpool ¬
pool for Cfr New York via Ia Queenstown Queenstownyesterday QucenstowJ Queenstownyesterday
yesterday csterlar returned reture here today having havingdamaged halngdnmasel havingdamaged
damaged one of o her propellers propelors The Thedamage flwdamase rutdamage
damage was 4S repaired and ant the steamer steamersailed steamerBuled steamersailed
sailed Buled again Icaln at 10 a 1 m mQuoenstown mQucenstown mQucenstown
Qucenstown June 6 GAbout About 250 2iO pas passengers passenscrl passengere ¬
sengers senscrl nnd 500 50 sacks of mall lal arc areawaiting arcawoltnl arcnvaltIng
awaiting awoltnl the arrival here of the White WhiteStar Whie WhieSal WhiteSUtr
Star line steamer Oceanic which had hadto hndtl hadto
to put lne back Iack to Liverpool LIerpool after sailing sailingyesterday 1411nr 1411nrowing sailIngveeterday
yesterday owing to a 1 damaged propel propellor
lor or
Senator llnnnn nntn Made 110 a Colonel ColonelCleveland COIOICI COIOICICleelnnll ColonelCleveland
Cleveland Ohio June JUnt 6 6Hentor 6Senator Senator M MA MA t
been appointed colonel colonelon colonelal
A Hnnrn Jnnrn has ben a 1
on al Hie he olllrial utltal staff stat of Gen Hasslcur Hasslcurcommandcrlnchlef Hassleurcommanderlnchlet ItassleurcornmnanderInchtef I
commandcrlnchlef of the Grand Army Armyof rmr rmro rmn rmnof
of o the llopubllc llopubllcSenator Hepublc HepublcSlator liopublIcStnator
Senator Slator Hunna Ilnnn was wn recently reccnty muse mustered musetlrct mnusturetl ¬
tered tlrct Into the th Grand Grnd Army Arm of the lie Ilepubio Hepuhlo liepuhlo
puhlo as n member t1mber of the Memorial Memorialpost tcmorlnl110st
post In this city cl
TiirkoIlnlliUi Tulwlnlan TuirkoI tnllamilrlotloui 1rlollon 1rlcJlol Ucinovcd UcinovcdConstantinople Hrlocl HrloclConstantnoplo ltcmnoetiConstrintlnoplo
Constantinople Constantnoplo Wednesday Wrnlra June JuneTite C CThe GThe ¬
The TurkoItnllan TurkoIalan friction Crloton over the thePrcvosa tile tilelr thePrCvCIOL
Prcvosa lr vuJa affair nIllr paused rIU tus P tI by b the Illtreat Illtreatment ltrt ltrtmont illtreatment ¬
ment pf Kalian Ialon Kubjecls by h the Turkish Turkishauthorities TurkIshautholl TurkIshautliopitles
authorities autholl I ban aN been Iln settled eted the thl porte portepromising porteJIoml portemomleing
promising lng to Indemnify IndIIIC the victims victimsapologize ICtll lctIin lctIinutpQioIzu
apologize JIoml to the th Italian Hii consul anti nndpunish onlllllsh antiptluilsit
punish the commandant commaI14nt of the Turkish Turkishtroops Turklh Turklhtroops Turkishtroolla
troops there thereIJVliiH therel therelIa9
IJVliiH l liH OF OJ MOIUI BUFFHAGi BUFFHAGiHep
Hep MvliiRitnn lhII LIvIngItmflor lln DOM Horl Xnt ot llcllovo llcllovoll Icloo IclooJfrnnchl Ilellevo1IfrnuieiulruulOtuI
ll Jfrnnchl 1IfrnuieiulruulOtuI rrnnchl > cmcni rlcll n 1 Hoinrily HoinrilyXew Iclrilr IclrilrNow iteuieuiyow
Now ow York June Junl CCongressmnn CCongressmnnLivingston OConJrtsman OConJrtsman1lvlllg8ton CongressmaflLIvIngston
Livingston of Georgia Pta Is quoted quott In a aspecial 1 1sp aspcIul
special sp clnl from Washington to the Trib Tribune TrIbun TrIbuno ¬
une un ns saying alng that tht he does not It believe believeIn uelevl uelevlII
In wholesale dlsfranchlsement ns a nremedy aral aromnedy
II whoJullo lsrr nchllent
remedy ral y for the evils of negro nrr suffrage suffrageI lutrre lutrreHe
He salt saltor
or I Ioll Iollr thfnlc thInk the people of Georgia Gerllt are areagainst a anl118t isreagiInst
against any nn tll dlsfranchlseinent dlfrnchllfnt amenJ amenJmonlfl Inln1 Inln1mont ineflJmoats
mont nl118t to our mate conttttutlon conitluton WP We e are aregetting ar arROltn aregetting
getting along aloll nicely nlrly with wih the th negro neg In InGeorgia tnGcorgln inGeorgIa
ROltn Georgia The states whloh adopt the theamendments theRmmtment8 theamondmnente
amendments that hao been b n already alreadyadopted I strendyadopted a d dndoplt
Rmmtment8 thlt Ia Mlllp MIsiaIPPINorth > l lNorth
adopted by b Loulilana mllllplll mllllplllNorth
1ullanR
ndoplt North nnd South raiollna r loln may In 5 tl tltime th thtme tlmtime
will take the mat mattor mattet
time whon CongrMS wi mt mtter
tme the therepresentation therlpr therepresntationu
tor up with a view to affectIng na tng
representation wih 1 of C such states as Lou Louisiana Lu LuIliallo Loulelana ¬
rlpr ntaoO North and South SouthCarolina SouthCarolIna
isiana Iliallo Mississippi ls81lppl anl Sulh SulhCarolna
It would bring
Carolina Carolna If I reduced rduced I
turmoil turmoi and strife ItrlCe nnd reopen the Is Issues I Isues S SBUCK
sues of the civil d1 war warI vaml
I do not think It Is best Iust for th thsouthern the thesouthern
tw twsouthern
southern etntcs stntel to adopt hUcH fuIh cunstltu cunstltutlonnl onsttu onsttutonl onstitutiomitti
tlonnl tonl amendments nmemllents The number o onpgioes oC oCnpHIoes ofnegroes
negroes npHIoes In II our Rtnto Is not HO largo Ilrce n nIt nH nHI RHit
It I was wnl formerly Very many of thci thciare th titemitare 1
are moving away where hurt agriculture agricultureconditions ntrkulurnl ntrkulurnlconditons agriculturalcondItIons
I conditions conditons are better beter than they nre I IGeorgia In InGeorcla inGeorgIa
Georgia GeorgiaNow Georclaow GeorgIaNow
Now ow Process meels for Mali MrtlItig nllnl I MR Steel Hteolllcddlng SteulHctdlng Steellieddlng
llcddlng Hctdlng Cat Juno JUlO 0 OOeole 6George George C fCarson CCarson CCarson
Carson an oxpeilcnccd mining man u unorthern oC oCnorthcrn ufnorthern
northern California und leiently lellnt super superIntondcnt 8UllflInteOlent superIntondent
Intondcnt InteOlent of u 1 mine minI in II this district ha haapplied haH haHIplell imai4applied
applied Iplell for a latent on Oi u now procen procenfor iuoeeifor 100 100or >
for or time nmnufacttiri lunuCuctlrf of steel whl wlilch h h hclaims he heelnl18 heclaims
claims elnl18 to 1m hlve have vc pcrfeited ptel Carson Car on ftAtethnt ftAte ttttesthat
that ho bus been approached allproluhll by u a IlteR IlteRthat rep reprcsoiitatlve rIresontnte reprosontatlve
rcsoiitatlve resontnte of if a large eastern onHtrl xteel Ileel or organlzntlon o organlzmttlon
ganlzntlon ganlzaton with wih nn ni offer orer of o WOOOOO 000 fo fothe for torthf forthu
the thf secret s elot provided rolled the thl patent p lnt I II Issued Isauennd Issuedand ue1 ue1nnd
nnd tests teHtl are U satisfactory Itsfnctor In n order orer t tfully to totllr tofully
fully tllr test the thl claims clllnl made Ille for or tint thl pro process O OCC9I
cess CC9I the agent Igellt making IILllnJ the offer oter t tCarson to toCaromm I ICalHon
Carson agreed to establish tohlsh a plant fo fotho for tortho forthe
tho purjiose 111118 near lelr Chicago where wharf ox oxpertinents oxCrllenI8 oxPorlments
pertinents CrllenI8 may bo carried carrl d out ut anti Rnl th thvalue the thealul timeI
I value alul of Carson Callons s Invention Ilvnton detormlnei detormlneiCar detellined detellinednrton deturumilnetianton
Car nrton anton m has a Ilellto ttcceimtod ecu p ted the UII conditional condll011 of offrr oCfrl offer
frr of o JSOOOoo 60 OOOtiO IO and alit will wi leave In a f fw fwdars fewdays
days for Chicago to complete his par parof IHlrt IHlrtot
of time thl agreement agreementIiy ngrOl lt ltI
fly I the l1e u Use e of time heCnrson Carson PIOCORS 1 the thep
I
p Inventor clnlnm clnl18 that steel of a quality quitlltmuch qUllty qUlltymuch qualitymmmcli
much supciior to bessemer hesooror stool can cmbe canue canbe
be produced producedINTIIVATIOXAL producodI iroducodiNTIUTINJ1
INTIIVATIOXAL I iNTIUTINJ1Otto TIIXrIX11 COMPANY COMPANYOno
Ono to bo Incorporated In II Council Counciltlout Conncotlont ComincoInut
tlout to tl Do Tn u I IlnnkliiK IlnnkliiKNew IlnlellU Ibtuk lug nlII IIIINI IICNH IICNHNew HI HINew
New York Juno JU lo 6 OA A special to the theTribune thelrlIJune theTribune
Tribune from Now Haven Conn says saysA SIIA aasA
A company with omnibus rluhts to todo todo totb
do tb a general banking shipping flier mercandle Illercanllle fliercantlle
candle commercial railroad and andl1lnnu andl1lnnutuetlrlng mnnu mnnufactoring mnnimufacturlng
factoring business In the South Amerl Amerlcan Amerlcall AmenCan
can republic Porto Itlco Cuba am amthe anIthl anti antitIme
the Philippines hns hnsHecllred secured ft favorable favorablereport tuvorllblerellort favorablereport
report on Its Incorporation In the state stattSemite stn statesmote e esenntll
Semite The new n company IB to ba baknown bekimoim
known as the International company companywith co comnnumyiItim 111 11111 11111with
with n capital stock of J500000 00000 whlcl whlclcan wlllehNUl wimlcitalt
can alt be Increased to KOOOOOO Inter Ja ter The TheIncorporate Theincorporatore rheIncorporatorll
Incorporate ti nre Bridgeport and IInller IInllerb Der Derby Derby
by b men New York interest however howevernre
nre behind the company which whlchure are now nanengaged nowel1eulCel nowengugeil
engaged In large undertakings on lie thenOlthelll tImenortlmern lienorthern
northern coast of South America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmericaTime
The new company propose to es estahllih e etnbllih estaimilsit
tahllih banking houfpii hllU tctmes 11i In all the prln prlnclpul prlnclpal pninclpal
clpal financial cuntera of Mouth Amen Amerlen merl merlen
en and the new possessions IJlIsso lllnns of the Unit Unitcd Unitce tnIted
cd ce Statw The principal aim of the thenew thonew timenew
new company will he to establish h banlm banlmIn
In order to facilitate trade relations be betwoen b4tlcen betwoen
twoen this country and an the countries countriesnamed countriesnamed cauntrleHimanied
named The new company also In Intend Intend timtends
tend > to do it general trnnspirutlm trnnspirutlmbuslneii ttllll trnumportatltnbusIness Irtl1t1on Irtl1t1onhuslnlll
buslneii nnd poMlbly mining am ammanufacturing anti nnelII1nllufoctullnlf antirnnnU
manufacturing rnnnU acturing besides working nat natural natural natUrai
ural beds IJe s of mineral Tho compain compainwill eompnwill eOnhiEumvIli
will be the first to pay pCt the new fran franchl frnnchlse francimlHe
chl chlse e tnx that this state will hereafter hereafterrhanw hereofterhat hereafterchare
chare < hat new corporations of 60 O cents on oneach oneach oneacim
each 1000 capital stock BlockCol stockCol stockCal
Col Korwood Ordered to WnsliliiRtoi WnsliliiRtoiSan WnRhln tlln tllnSan
San Francisco June CCol Wllllan WllllanH 11111111 11111111II
H ronvood assistant surgeon 8ull eon general generaof generalor
of the United States army arm and elite elitesurgeon chlesurgeon chief5Ungeon
surgeon of the department of Call Callfornln Calltorriln 1ailtomb
tomb has been ordered to t1 report ti tiMoJQen to tollnJOclI toMnJQon
MoJQen Sternberg surgeon genera generaof generalof
of o the army Inn ot Washington lIe wllleave 1111lenve wll vilileave
leave here Monday MondayCol
Col Pnnvood will assume II EUl1e the duties dutiesof
of the chief medical otUrer of the army arrnywhile armywhile arraywhile
while the latter IQtt x Is making a tour c cthe It ItIn6le ofinbit
In6le t2tItl t n df the Philippine 4
PAX IA AMUItlOAN CONOUKSS CONOUKSSChill GO nJtl ss ssChili
Chill tho Victor Viutorits letlJI In Dlxgusslon 1 IIs m uiseioui lon ot otQuestion 0 0lIestlllll ofQuestion
Question lIestlllll of Arbitration ArbitrationNew rbitratInnNev
New York June C CA A special to the theHerald thlIIcrald theIleraid
Herald from Washington gays Chill ChillIs
Is dltlnetly the victor In the discussion discussionwhich tJl dIscussionsvhlcit cusslnnwhich
which has arisen over the question of ofarbitration ofarbItratIon i iarbltrntlon
arbitration to be considered by IJ the thecoming thecomllllr timecorniumg
coming PanAmerican cougiois cougioisThe conSloIIfhe commgrosThe
The administration IIdmlnlstra tlon Jias virtually Irtuul de decided d deldcJ deeldod ¬
cided not to agree to any suggestions suggestionsput
put forward by Peru or her allies re removing removing ¬
moving the limitation placed by the ex executive cxecutle e eecutivo ¬
ecutive committee of the bureau of ofAmerican DCAmerilnll ofAnienicnim
American tepubllni on the subject of ofarbitration otnrbltmtlol1 ofnrbltrntion
arbitration That nrlnclpta under the thedccldon thocccl tuelectsiOfl
dccldon cccl lon of the committee eOl1l11lttOCQn con only onl IIP IIPply 1111pl Ltiply
ply pl to futuie questions Furthermore Furthermoreeven
even If Peru and Bolivia do < decline to toparticipate topartlclpale topartlciptite
participate the congress will be held heldwithout heldwithout heldwitimotit
without them themIt themHIli
It HIli ID im the earnest wUh wl h of tho President PresidentHint Irc lllent lllentthat
Hint nil the republic be represented nt ntthe mittue t tthe
the congress It has bein pointed out outto outto outto
to Peru that It Is distinctly dl tlncth to her Inter Interest IntetCst Intelest ¬
est to take part that to stay away awaywould awaywould avnywould
would be to to deprive her of the sympa sympathy srmpClth sympmthy ¬
thy th which some of her sister states btatcshave stateshavp statesImave I
have extended to her herWhile herWhile herWhIIe
While the United States would lIke to topee tosee tosee
see an early settlement of the Tncnn TncnnAraca Taennroell TacanAraca
Araca roell controversy It cannot take slds sldsnnd shIellnnd hie hienummi
nnd It cannot afford to permit the ques question questloll questiout ¬
tion to bo dragged drag ed into the congress congressnnd COli corgncssand cress cressnnd
nnd perhaps wreck the meeting meetingPOPULATION7F meetingPUIUrJTIOX meetinglOiUIjttTIOS
POPULATION7F PUIUrJTIOX 0 Ol CANADA CANADAHiturns CXUHetnrllR CtNtIAltetnrim
Hiturns Completed Indicate Less Lessthan TCIIRthan 1csHluau
than Vivo and mutt a Hair r Millions MillionsNew 11111I0118Ncw l illlonsNew
New York ork June C GA A special to tho thoTimes thoTimes theTimes
Times from Ottawa Out says saysThe sasThe saysThe
The official organs of the government governmentnre
arc preparing the country for or the dis disappointment diiiappointment Isappointment ¬
appointment In store when the olllclnl olllclnlcensus 01llclnlcensus olilciaicensus
census returns are made known In Instead InIIteld Instead ¬
stead of the confident predictions Of OfC000000
C000000 and over the returns so far farcompleted torcompleted farcompleted
completed Indicate lc I less > g than 500000 500000According 5600000rrordlnl 5OO000According
According to the estimates based on tho thoNtntlstlcs thostatistics thostatIstics
statistics of the British Isles Canadas Canadastotal CAnadt8total Canadastotal
total should be 5423000 Estimate Estimatebased EstimaleHhased Estimatesbased
based on the last census of Canada 10 10yeais 10ealS 10yeams
yeais ealS back yielded a percentage a trifle triflehigher trlliohl triflehigher
higher hl hCr working out 5430000 souls soulsThe soulsTime
The evidence ehl ncf points to the shortage shortagebetween shortaJebctween shortagebetween
between the expected c results and the thefact thetart thetart
tart as due to the t steadily decreasing decreasingpercentage decrenslnc11ercontngl decreasingpercentage
percentage of births which In Ontario OntarioIs
Is too Veil established Ctahll hlc to be disputed disputednnd
nnd the continued J emigration of Cana Canadians Canadlans Commadiane ¬
diane to the United Sates
1 COLOMBIA AXD J W KCUADOH KCUADOHDiplomatic IWUnOHnlplolllatio ICUA 1011 1011Ilploinatlc
Diplomatic Ilclntlous Iteint louis Itrsinncd Itc lIlI1etl br brAppointing lrJllllUllltlll ityApiuIntIuig
Appointing a Colombian Minister MinisterNey lInlltcrNew 1luihsIerNety
New York June C OS 6Senor Penor nor Hmlllnna HmlllnnaIziza Fmlllllnnbaza Entliianaizaza
Iziza who has for some time past pastacted IJastnctld liastacted
acted ns the representative here of ofPresident oCPresident ofProaident
President Marroquln of o Colombia has hasbeen hublcn hasbeen
been notified by b the latter of his ap appolntmcnt apepolllttnent aplolntrncnt
polntmcnt ns Colombian minister to toKcundor toI toEcuador
Ecuador I Scnor Iznza Is I directed to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed at once to his hl new nf post He Hewill Hewill lIevlIi
will call next Tuesday T I dn There have haveliren htwehrcn hmwebeen
been no diplomatic relations between betweenthe bttPnthe
the two republics for tome time timeIlk timeJJI timeBig
Ilk JJI TclfKcoplii Mirror Broker BrokerPlttsburg UrlllCrIlttsbllrg IiroIerPlttimbung
Plttsburg Tune 6 6A A great 36Inch 36Inchmirror 30InchmllroT 36Incimmirror
mirror belonging to n Newtonian re reflecting r rl1e refleetIng ¬
fleetIng l1e lln < telescope tele oJD nt Lick observatory observatorywas
was shattered Into many Innn fragments fragmentsyesterday fragmentsyesterday raRmentllcstfrt1a
yesterday cstfrt1a In the workshop of Proto John JohnA JohllIIntsllPBr
A Hrnshear of this city clt while It was waswlrig 1lSIJelNt isbeing
being drilled to convert It Into n cjuse cjusegrahul is JlSrral isgrain
grain glass 11I58 As a result It Is probable probablethat
that the long projected expedition of ofhe otthl ofthe
he Lick observatory Into the southern southernieml 8Jut1lrnhel1llphrre soitlijerniieniIsphre
hel1llphrre ieml pherc will have to be postpone postponeProf postponjProf postpormiProf
Prof Bmshear will make a new n w gl gls glstor gliesfor IM IMfor
for the Lick scientists but the glass glassor gill gillCor gisastot
tot or this cannot be obtained from France Francen
In n lets than nix months The great greatnlrrcr gllatmlrNJr greatmIrror I
mIrror wn was five Inches thick and andweighed antilelhtllabout nodweighed
weighed lelhtllabout about 400 pounds It was IIS val valled vallld al almmcd
led nt 13000 but the greatest loss Is In Inhe inthe
the delay d la It will cause In the starting of ofhe oCthe ofthe I
the South American expedition
JOHN jfflsJ W FOSTER FOSTERON
ON INSULAR CASES CASESDeems
Deems Supreme Court Decisions DecisionsMost DecisionsMost DecisionsMost
Most Fortunate FortunateCONFER FortunateCONFIm Fortunate1CONFER
CONFER POWER OWJ It ON COXGHESS COXGHESSUll
Ull 111 be b rent liulunrU lor 01 Ilioio Ilioioov
No ov ot III Ioivcr for Covrniinciit Covrniinciitof utrlllllcniof
of f Territory TerritoryNow JerllIooXe
Now Xe York June KXSecrdtiry k I CSccretc rr of ofState Q QState
State John W V PaetSr l Ib t tr r In dlscuislnjj dlscuislnjjtlm
time recent Insular decision with the theWashington thliWnhlntoll tueaeimjngton
Washington corroepondint of tho TlniM TlniMsaid Tim TimsRld Tlrnwusaid
said saidI
I detm It fortunate that tll t the th court courttook courtlook courttook
took the position It did Consider the thePhilippine theI thePhilippine
Philippine I ultuuUmi for Instance The TheUnited TimeUnited h hUnltell
United State now hns p08se 110811etllon Blon of ofthe oftime
I
the archipelago Having 1 the Islands In Inour InOUI Inour
our grasp it necessarily follows that thatwe thatWC thatwe
we must govern thorn thornThe thell1he thornTime
The he decision lecl lol ot the court In the thePoi thePono thePorto
Poi Porto to Rlcun cases clearly and unequi unequivocally lnelulocall ummequlOC3il3 ¬
vocally ocall delegated such authority to toCongress toCongreu toCongress
Congress It thoi tholofori afore settles the themuch theInueh themuch
much mooted point as to whether Conre811 Congremme Con Congresii
gresii re811 had the power to regulate affalts affaltsIn H HIII
III our new possession For thl thIs roa roasun roaattn oC oCsun
sun I say liB the doHslon de alon was practical practicaland
and sensible It will be u great bul bulwark bulWallt butwarim ¬
wark for thine now in power in the fn fnlure tntll ftiture 1
lure tll government of our OU territory in tho thoeaftt thoIRIII theesat
eaftt limo exigencies of the situation situationdemanded RltuaUon11ehlnMtI situationt1eflmafldtI
demanded Juut inch a decision a 11 watt wattrendeied Willirenilcl svunrendemod
rendeied rendeiediuitr renilcl rendemodl4Ul41 l lIUIn
iuitr puixcKKKNXiiinv lItIXCI IWSXlm CASK CASKDefendant OSIIJCllIllclIIl CitSlIefeitlait
Defendant USIOIIH IRlclI to Hor Attorney AttorneyOiitllni tttmtumtyOiitilnt
Oiitllni Her Dorunrc DorunrcCity ItIcumreiansas l lIanlas
Ianlas City Clt Mo June C CWh When n Lulu IultIrlncIenllldy LultPninceKenrmcdy
PrlncelCenntdy entered court this thimorning thlHrnornlnlr thisinonmmlumg
morning It wn itis to hear the outline of ofher oCher ofimer
her rae In the trial for murdering murI Ilnr her herhusband herhUlbond herhusband
husband made by b Atty AU Nearing for forthe torthe fortime
the defense de lI The prisoner had enjoyed enjoyedn
a good sleen last night and 0111 appeared appearedbright aplJenrOllhrlrht appeareditnigit
bright and cheerful chC > rul She Sh was perltapn perltapnmore Ilerhallmoro uteritepamore
more at case ea than any IIIn of UP Ih lrjte num numher nUIIIber nurnher
her of spectator 8leet tnll Atty Att NearIng after aftertracing attertractnlC aftertracing
tracing the attention paid by h Kennedy Kennedythe
the murdered man to the defendant defendantdeclared dprln thefindanttheelared 1ant 1antdeclartll <
declared that they bad become engaged engagedto
to be b married and the date < of the wed wedding weddlnll weddIng
ding set Kennedy enMd he averted a ettl post pnstponed pOlltpilnee postpnlmel
poned the wedding wed 11111 nnd finally under underKUlfe IUHlerKIII tumiderirulee
KUlfe KIII of the engagement neducrd her herThui herJh herThtii
Thui Jh n whn iln her condition became deli delicate dellate dollcaPe ¬
ate < he paid her expenses exp ll imses ell tu Icuve I u E the thecity Iheclt titacity
city clt On till visIt Mr Hearing said saidhe laidhe saidshe
she he met Oaae Patton the baseball bll halt play player pll1 pll1er playen
er whose who 1 name later l r becamo mentlcned mentlcnedwith
with that nf the prisoner Kennedy had hadho hadho hadho
ho paid b linen en familiar with ill her ac action actloM notiomis ¬
tion during Ulln tlii Iii tithe In securing l urll1 tha thaadvice IheItdki tii tiiadvice
advice of n physician slif si h luiO pIIh h ni niert R RlettwI aerttt4 >
lettwI ert l be hfell n por prIa perm u iffl bj bJ byIb141y < Jw TW MdY ay to I
rprt r4prtsent ltt to the tlle1oelor doctor tia Uill she was wasthe wnsthe wastime
the wIfe lfe of PaW Her condition be became heCll1l1t became ¬
came dangerous nnd her parent arolltllom arolltllomIlellld renta com compelled cornmteiied ¬
pelled her to make known the cnuto cnutoThe cnuceIhl cautoTime
The courthouse wedding at which whichKennedy WhlrhJpnnpdy whfrhKeneetly
Kennedy later III hi Imli suit for annul annulwent annulnitiit lIlulmtnt
went averted ap ertftJ lie was compelled by bythreat b bthrota bythreats
threat tin < m his life from Miss Princes Princesfather Prlucestathr Princesfstimr
father and alit brother r followed Ken Kennedys leIJIJNIs 1enmmetlyt ¬
nedys refusal to live with hT her herbrooding hlrbroo herttroodings
brooding broo ln over her condition hi hll Ill 111tieatment IlltlRtment Illtreatment
treatment brought her to a condition conditionof
of hysterIa bordering on Insanity Insanl In Inpantly IIIIll Jutiuintiy
pantly Ill nil was prevalent In the womano womanofamily w0ll1nn11fnrnll womnaiinfamily
family anl the prisoner partook of this thisdlBPsse thisdl tlmhsdisesse
dlBPsse dl llIe which finally affected her mind mindcausing mindcall1lln mindcawIng
causing her to threaten suicide The Thefinal Thefinal rhotins
final act of Kennedyof JennCd C bringing suit suitto sullto suitto
to have their marriage sot a aldeIIa1 aldeIIa1Ih Ide uns unsthe
the Ih > motive arid the only onl motive that thatprompted thatIlrOf11Ptlel timatiiromnpted
prompted the net of murder muhl r They Theywould fhywould rumeyivouid
would show positively that the womans womansfather womanltather mvtnnansfather
father and brothers bloth rs had absolutely nh oliltely no nopart 10IIrt 110part
part In the murder burning of the thewomans theomAnC theSVomans
womans net only on I after It had been Ixcncommitted JecncOnllnltl beenconnnItmtl
committed The taking of testimony testimonywas t stlmQnywa
was begun nt noon noonniuomlnuton noonBlolllnln111tI umoonliloomnirigttpn
niuomlnuton lletl Convicted ConvictedQulncy COIIlclrI1Qulnl ComivicteilQulney
Qulncy Ills June C William Davis Davisnllaii Dnvlsolhls DavisalIas
alIas Uloomlngton lied was 119 convict convicted ¬
ed of simple burglary today and will willgo w1llo siligo
go o to prison under the Indeterminate Indeterminatenet
net Hard effort ort was mnde to convict convicthim convllthim convicthint
him under the habitual criminal art netnnd artand artond
and Kentcnco him for a twentyyear twentyyearlimit twentarlimit
limit without hope nt o parole but the thedefendant thedlt timedefendant
defendant dlt ndnnt made a desperate legal light fightand lightand lightaunt
and succeeded In securing a simple simpleburglary slll111euurlarr aiumilmicburglary
burglary conviction Two of the Jurors Jurorswere jurorsIrl jurorsvere
were Irl In favor of acquittal lied was wasconvicted wasconvicted wasconvicted
convicted of robbing the KespohlMoh KespohlMohrenstecher lesllohlMohrensteclllr KespohlMohrenatecImer
renstecher store here on Christmas eve eveof ceoC eveof
of 1000 worth of silks His partner partnerwas
was Oeorge IIclBs who pleaded guilty guiltyafter Jlll1tynUer guIltyafter
after an anest cat and came from rain Chester Chesterprison Chsterprl80n Chesterlrisomm
prison to testify te tlfy against Davis Davis Daviswas ValWIU DavIsvmu
was the leader of n band of silk thieves thieveswho thleelwho thievesivlmo
who plundered stores at Qulncy Han Hannlbil Iannlbal hannlbtul
nlbil Beloit Savannah South Bond BondKlffln Bend1tgIum
Klffln 1 llln Goshen Kenosha nnd other cit cities cllee citlea ¬
lee of hundreds of thousands of prop property prlJpert property ¬
erty ert He was convicted In Decatur In In1S9 In1S9 Inls
1S9 ls under the name of Frank Smith SmithHe SlJ1lthlie
lie broke Jail but was recaptured and andserved andsetd andserved
served six months at Joliet JolletTIIH Jolietflll JollatTIlI
TIIH mtlTISH IIltlTlSIfWtlt WAK OFFICE OFFICEKeynotes OrPICEICcJnolcR OPPICIKeynotes
Keynotes of n Iteporton It 1J1I rt 011 It Are Slm Slmpllllcntlon Slm1IIt1entlon Situiditicatlomu >
pllllcntlon and Dccrntrnllntloii nlllllJcorlltrol7atloll1onllon DccrntrnllntloiiI Ieccnt ralizatlon ralizatlonLondon
I London indon June Simplification and nndlecentrullratlon ant1tlecentruII1Itlon anddecentralizatIon
decentralizatIon are the keynotes of the thereport thCreport tuereport
report Issued today todn by b the committee committeeunder committeeulldel committeeuimdeu
under the th chairmanship of Clinton ClintonDawltlnl1 i iawldns 1laivlutns
awldns appointed to Inquire into the theor thowar timeuar
or cilice 1111 organization or anI1ltlon The abolition abolitiona
la I a vkjtttulvlnTiitftil nI1 nf tllft tlt ntvltlDnt Btfadtm
of j ruling i the 1t army tmi by bni minute and c Irrl Irrlntlnp Intltatlng j jtntln
ntlnp tntln r regulations both military and andInnndal andIInnnllal andflnnnlal
Innndal The committee considers the thevar thewar timevar
var office ought ou ht to be relieved by h the thelecpntrallzatton thed timedecentralIzation
decentralIzation d of a mass of routine routinevork routll1lwork routineivork
work now absorbing ab orblng the energies cner les of the theilh thehlph timehigh
high oiilcials antI preNentlng proper at atentlon attrntton attentlon
entlon to Important military III IIlta 11 ques quesions qUetton questions
ions Further decentralization should shouldw
lit w secured by an enlargement enlar cmlnt of the thepowers theJOwers timepowers
powers and rcsixinftlbllltles of tho clll clllcen clllcttl ciiiceri
cen commanding districts nnd finally finallya
a permanent war offlce board ought to toestablished tobe tolte
be > established tabll he which under tho mi minority nu111rlty auIhonlty ¬
nority of the secretary of state should shouldcontrol IIhoultlrontrol shoulmicontrol
control the builnMfl of the war ofllce as asa 41a asa
a whole without detracting from the thendlvldual thtIntlhldual timeIndivIdual
IndivIdual responsibilities of tho com commandei oommlllllltIlnchlet comamamtdeuiimcimiet
mandei mlllllltIlnchlet inchief and heads of depart departments l1elJRrtmelltJ departniemmts ¬
ments
Scotch Scot cim OolfCliamplotiRlilp OolfCliamplotiRlilpOulUne Glllrr olfCluani IIIlon Ii Ion hiJ hiJGullnl iihiOtmihamie
OulUne Scotland June 6 6Thc The con conludlng canrlulllrur coneludIng
ludlng day days play pIa In the open Rolf Rolfhamplonshlp go gochl1mplonllhlp golfciittmploniliip
hamplonshlp Marled with Ideal weath weathr oother
er r Yesterdays weeding out process processradically irocossptaethtaiiy roCII S Sptllttltall
radically left Harry Vardon and nndarne nnelJamel andJanice
Janice arne Braid to fight for first place lace as ashey aJIther asthey
hey were tt seven strokes st ahead of the thoext thenext thenext
next plnycM Taylor Ta lor and Lalgc The Thepectators ThcpItAtor Thespectators
spectators who Included tome well wellmown wellknown ell ellknown
known member of parliament nnd am a aew nCtw afew
few ew Americans almost 1 neglected the theth theoth theother
oth other th r matches to watch the favorites favoriteshe
The he bad putting noticeable wn I1I1t attrib attributed aUrlbntfd altribmuted ¬
muted to the pong greens Vardon1drew Vardondrew Vardon1 Vardonsdrew
drew with J II Taylor so he had hadevery hlldeer badevery
every eer Incentive to play his hi best
UfO DAY CLOSES CLOSESCOLLEGE OLOSESCOLLEGE OLOSECOLLEGE
COLLEGE YEAR YEARLi
Li LD iDa Di S Commencement Auspicious Auspiciousand
and Hopeful Hopeful1AOSHOTS HopofulIlosPlwfS HopefulPflOSPJOTS
1AOSHOTS > STILL BETTEIi BETTEIiVltli BEllIliEUWith
With Vltli Jtli mile l ltozrUIII > r craiit Nwcef Slel1Inlc Jlitlcniul JlitlcniulLolly llumsie Ulllt UllltLun nut nut14o1t
Lun Lolly Speech htiiilrniii Arc ArcJK Stet
JK t t m Ghru Tliilr Klplunui Klplunuitjje JlIlolllue lllltltflmtmilIp
tjje Ip e close of the fifteenth academIa ncndemloyear
year of the tb Latterday Saint ts Collego Collegowto CollelrotltUIIrI Coluegus
wto s HUIiiRly observed ObHI I today by b a lino linoprogram nlloPlfrlllt1 fimmupvGraun
program given in the college hall hallStudents hnlltl1t1fnts mmiitUtlemmt
Students tUtlemmt and their friends packed tho thobtuldlng thobUilding thubluIding
bUilding by b 11 am The stand wn wntastefully Willt wastULefully
t tastefully dccointed with Itlt paltns nnd nndfloVer lIuli1olI timlfloire
floVer i1olI s with the slant and nm11trlP stripes I arid aridhe antihs
he 11 gol oii 1 and anI blue Yleltora I ltbrll of prom prominence IlrortlI lmromnitleuca ¬
inence I eut III this State wure numerous numerousiUifl numerousnnO numorouLmtmmO
iUifl appeared to bo deeply lloel Interested IlJtor sta1 In Intli Intit intlmi
tit tlmi proceeding The professors prot ols anti nndwere 111111t antit0chers
t t0chers hetl were We all on hand looking lookingand looelllllt oohmIuugttVe
lt ttVe o and serene The rh students fairly fairlysparkled fnlrlyI fairlypi4cted
sparkled I kle with happy looks and radiant radiantniten radianttimiles
ttll niten e as In numerous groups groullillllce like star stareluiter atarehllterl starcitmiter
eluiter they Ihe gutherod In bearing bo boqveui boocl hotIms
qveui cl ta of lowers The BOloUts who fur furnished Curnhlntd furnlehsd ¬
nished th Uw music lnu lc did so with III uitlfitlc uitlfitlcand ttmtitioarid tl810
and II nIl tmnresetive effect the election of ofpleoea atpleeftl ofpIeoe
pleoea wing very Qi appropriate Time Thopwkers Timem4pUkers lhoRpllkers
pwkers partook of till Inspiration of
th occasion occ uoll nnd Rm the ontlio program programwa
wa Wftll a successful uice sful one oneCEHTIFlCATlSg on onCl citeCltTiFICArLj
CEHTIFlCATlSg Cl ltlIPICAl1 S GIIANTBD GIIANTBDVfesident GHAXIlmtesJt1ent GflAN11Dltesldeot
Vfesident Anpiu M Cannon In con
feflni the llplomos ixplniei I tht thtpwln th timtOWIUI t tow1ua
pwln to a resolution of the general Honornl40tlrd
bnttrd of o education It had ha been decid decided ¬
ed d not to award any an certificates of
graduation on completion of leg I s than
four years r work Theretoe no shoit
hind certificate were awarded and the timetinly
only bookkeeping certificates given givenwere chenwtre gIvenwere
were to student who ho had previously
entered npon the twoyear bu buloollII buloollIIeolrtte buinsseotmtse lne B BeODTM
eODTM and had now completed It The lheatdlnta Timestuitsimts
indents who received twoyear eel cerZeJU eontLtIcaIu
tlftCtel were wneZeJla wereZsJIa
ZeJU Gertrude Seoly Mt Pleasant Pleasant3ker I
JuHer JIUt lr Fletcher Jr ri Salt Lake City Clt I
Cherlcs Dennis White Heaver Utah
Special certificates In DookK lJookkeeltlnf opln oplnweft
weft awarded nrded to Carl a Llndstiom LlndstiomWltJIam
SaJtTake Clt CltWlUlam City
WltJIam H White Whltet Heaver nell vcr Utah
WlUlam Douglas Payson hayson son Utah UtahWon Utah9uomm
Won QroJl Francis ChrlBtoimeii lllchneld ItIch IticimfleldNOItMAI1 eld
Utflli tltllhNOlmAI
NORMAL DIPLOMAS DIPLOMASThroe DIPIO DIPLOMASThrot tAS tASThroe
Throe students Imd computed I the
f1uea Normal courw COlli nnd received
ftiii 41 ul boartog the wal of the Col
1 1g4Ud th h t Jgrttfturw hturi qf tt Ha It I Mlcarl
L fnJVUl htahN AU J V
JoInT hil iii Preston Crw Spanish Spanl h Fork
Utah UtahWalter Utithalter
Walter alter Henry Durrani Vernon
Toocle Co Utah UtahMary UlahIury UtahMary
Mary Ann nn Hamilton Mill Creel
Utah UtahThese trtnhlhelC tTtzmhThese
These three student art therefore
th tM accredited graduate of the insti ¬
tution for or this year yearTill yearTIm yearTIlE
Till PROGRAM PROCnUMThe
The first number was Fleeting
Days finely rendered by b Mrs trB Lizzie
ThomnsKdward fholl1nlI dwald Prayer mayer was offered bv
Hon John Nlcholiun A contralto solo
Phantom of Love wivt wt I well given bv
MlM Judith Anderson All er on The valedictory
nddrts a thoughtful lIUu htful paper by W H
Durrani was the next number fol tolI
I lowed by a solo by b Mrs Lizzie Thomas
Edward and the presentation of certifi certificate certlllntes ccrtlilctmtes ¬
cate nnd diplomas by h President lro ld nt Angus
M Cannon John Robinson In splendid splendidvoice splenilltlvoice sPienmiltivoice
voice rendered l the solo The Silent
World Is I Sleeping Miss IIB Mary Tens lenstiel
del of the rtah tah Art Institute pre presented lireIon utresented ¬
sented Ion tell to Miss Mary A Taylor TI lor the spe speclal siecial lle lleclal
clal prize n line photogrnoh lhoto mDh of the
head of oftlw the statue of David by Michael 1II1chaeingelo
Angelo This prize was offered by b Mrs
Home for or the best drawing of o n brace
of ducks by any member of her class
The drawings of Miss Mary Ann Tay To ¬
lor and Mien Florence Ashton here ore so
nearly noar equal In excellence thai the
award between these two had to be de ¬
cided by h lot anti the prize fell to Miss
Taylor Mr Ir Thomas Ashworth sang
In excellent voice the tenor solo Ior
All Eternity after which the Ih address
to the graduates was delivered by IJ lion
O P I Whitney WhltlcThe i
The next nx number was a fine baritone I
solo by Mr Ir Horace Ensign EnsignPIUCSiDHNT JnslgnPlm EmittignIiilSlDflNT
PIUCSiDHNT Plm IDfNT SNOW SPEAKS SPEAKSPresident Srl SPEAKSlrasitiezmt KS KSJ
President J rr > JltlCllt Snow was aB the next speak
cr He said saidI
I have been highly gratified at what
I have seen this day du I congratulate
President Paul uul and his teachers upon
the grand accompllshmenl of their
work thus far farThere farThcre or orThere
There nre some things which I de
sire to say sa to you ou young students I
wish to tell yousomethlng that thativill will help
you OU to live long and am to succeed We hope
you 011 will not fall we desire you ou to live
long and to attain a greater greu tcr age than
I have attained It has cost you OU much
time nnd money inane to get what knowledge
you 011 have It was during the th first Liven
lyone t ona years cllrR of my 1I1 life thai I was pro
pared for my 111 present work I had to o
learn the use of the boo the plow and nnl
other farm Implements During this
time I Jonrned obedience Some
of you may be roerettlnp th Ihn
time that you ou will 111 spend 8Pon spentJin In vacation veati trotl n I IDo
Do not regret the vacation During
these three months you ou will be learn ¬
ing what you OU cannot learn hero Th rho
gina Irla mny go to the th sowing machine
to cooking antI to the wash tub anti
the boys bo to the farms the stores etc
You ou must lenrn obedience
L I Learn arn rn to
govern ypuiselvnn youts OullIh lieii to control your OUr pas
sluns You will have the opportunity Q PDttunt
during 1lIrln these months InonthMI to icurn how to
control yourselves You ou may 111 a be tempt ¬
ed to do things that nrc wrung and t
you 011 vlllnot always bo b wise wi In what
you ou do nnd fillY sy When hen you 011 h havl imavta vc said
a hasty hast word and have offended any
one or have not done whatever whatl < r you
ought to do make
up your mind not to
m ray xy or to do It again In doing these
things you OU will learn many mll1 things that
you OU cannnot learn nt school When you ou
return nest fall see to It that you OU arc
better than you 011 ore now nowIn JOIIII nowIn
In the p IJQ nt t this college has been
very r successful beyond our anticipa ¬
tions and It will 11I be successful 1UC Cul beyond
our anticipations In the future unless
the anticipations of President Paul I < u ate
too high One new building we are aresure arerure aresure
sure of We havethe hnotthamran means for that
Another more Important building we weare WIUti iv ivare
are not sure of yet ct Hut I believe the
time will come and that many of o you OU
will see the time when all these the e build
lags will be erected as mm It la Intended
that they the shall be You will not have
to live very ver long to see II that time
May the blessing of the Lord attend
this school and may the students con conI ¬
I
duct themselves IM 1 < H H002tIouI < i ivacation II ns Ii li liIO
vacation vacationJli IO 002tIouIJmIus 1011 lcr
Jli JmIus LjHtle Th i in i iMy an1Pa1m5 an1Pa1m5My
My I We WelIrn trn Home Homewore 11 i irore
wore concluded with I it II i icollege i icollege I II IIcolllll1c
college song and I Ident < n ndoni 11 11wcrc 11 f JlI JlIdellt
dent JoMpli K TI i ii I IA i iA I IA
A SUCGThsi fjUCCIF 1 i I Irite i uiAUST uiAUSTTlio J Jho
rite ho Attendance Ini IniKrcolcd 11111 I I UIlt1lhl 1iltIiIlgILCt1ttI
Krcolcd 1 ICOtl ll Win 1111111111111 1111111111111It i I IIt I ii i i iIt
It was i as learned loarn c fuim fuimpro < III I I I Iptoteeors I firtlll firtlllplOfiMoni
pro plOfiMoni femora that u ubeen u I Cbeen n 11 11been
been the itiuit NIK NIKof itm itmof I Ii r roC
of till Initltuiioi t tnenrly a aHenri IJ IJII
nenrly II Henri 11M I 100 mor lliill lliillroo i I i ireaching u utcaching
reaching roo hlng a tutni tutniwete totlllWtl IJtm IJtmvsm
wete vsm int IIItlllJUU nmmii4ouuutmutumlemmts ioiKi ioiKiatuilsnt > 1 1studellli
atuilsnt in ti tiOOUrte 11OOUIHI1 I IGounsis
OOUrte of the nil c canti r rand L LClnd
and average 1141 mu muilucit i itioli I Iaucll
tioli that they Lime u uwomen 11 11women I Iwomen
women and I1IU are am IdiI n nlloti i itIohm < 1
lloti oarn oarllett t fm fmHtuilini f fStUthiliLs iI > IBtUtllllt
Htuilini come fm CI II u unnil f fnull
nnil null Hiirroundlnt Hiirroundlntmajority smuirotm uul I a amajorIty i imajority
majority of tb ii m mdaughter I Idatmgimtens
daughter of Linii Liniia Lu II IIIl
a number howe howeof holot lmom lmomif
of if the Church nu nulion Iii < i iUqn I Itlcn
lion simply Impl tic lIClW lIClWnlhntleN in innilvmiliRen m mativaumlegee
nilvmiliRen it out outftir > i ifur i illlr
fur hu mu evet n ndent Iii Iiidill t I Imilitia
dent who lire no noof r rot r rOf
of the theoojiin t n nwhich I Iwhlah
which occupy nn o IIIP i ith 1the
th the work nf r th ii iicomitrary I IcontrAry i icontrary >
contrary the best b r rdientive i idlcntlve f ft1lcntlve
dlcntlve of II n Iflt Ifltall10n m > nl I Iamong i i iamong
among all10n all the rtui tllllI n nsore I ISotS
sore the fotmei i iChit Ill i iChurch IChulCh
Church Chit reli rneiiiliciHii rneiiiliciHiitheir m menu llItltl bt t hli hlitheir h htheir >
their alma muii mo moby t tby lIoby
by lt liii advice vJce und ii III i < hI hIWWI t tvas
WWI moat happily niui niuitllO II IIthe > I Itho
the punt KChool s IH ill i s h i n nbnye 11barll th thboys
boys who 111 had until t I i iform t tforlll till tillorumi
form upon hearlni il ilfuoulty IIfllCUlty m I Iticuit
fuoulty ticuit voluiitail volullt ll > ii I > i m mhabIt
habit and cxpiecpni cXPII oxti Fd I n ntermlned i itennltuHI j tie tieternilimemi
termlned to o OIrfIII ui io < Troni th thnarcotic I i inarcotllJ < time timemmarcotie
i
narcotic Thin ui t iI i i isome 1 > i 1 1some ii i to to30mb
some eiipeclully to t jllll im ii i imember III IIImember em emmimeumibers
member and had l 111111 ni ti l lthe I I < > IiI IiIthe I tO tOtime
the use of tubaeo tulll lutt MCI MCItlon t ttion iI iItlon
tlon they conformed t < > HI t i M iflfmertl iflfmertlnnd r untmil untmilrttmd
und turned from the tim timOume < vr vrOne II IIOne
One evonT of the tim < > IMI IMIpletlon 111 i it 11 t 16 im C9J irn irnpletlomi m mpletlon
pletlon of the n nw < IJIIM IJIIMbuilding iWjI
building throiiKh the tim lIn1 K < lu lufriends i 11 J l1 I lmt lmtfriontle IJ
friends of education In HIM Ihi < nim nimand lilmifpty lilmifptyand titruu1ll titruu1llutmd
and the energy 8I1fr of the Ih iulMin eUTliilt eUTliilttue Timinit Timinittee ltw ltwtee
tee Mee MEJ8lrs rs Ceo Iomne J Jlor 1 r i r fLu fLubr r
lor A W V Carlson lflI n H1 1Ib1 11 > i J JHenry < 1 tIllt tIlltonry umt umtI
l
Henry I I onry cmi ry Dlnwoodey 11 umivmod ty Hiid KII H mm 1 T1I11 T 1 > im imAs it t I l mIJ i is I IAs
As s n result of the rninliln lnlol1 d dot I errot 011 011of is isof
of Ihe committee und un th thaided t tnitleti 1 hb hbalcled
aided them the busliiesu bllstll nui nuibolter IIiif snp snpJolIlJl 5111011 5111011btttoi
bolter provided with room m It niijnffUfp niijnffUfpinentu 1111 1 eIbli eIbliImients rro rroments
inentu than nny all other itinlhu i jg jairiltut jairiltuttlon a jtu IItlllion jtuHon
Hon west of o Chicago Hi it i ithe t 8t still III IIIthe is istime
the fact that uiiothi r m 1 0 1 r rcoiniiioUIoiiH illltunntl illltunntlcomlllodious j liiLi liiLicoumm
coiniiioUIoiiH coumm nmodioumt building hum lid I ii m H i n 1 n nof 1 I > lit i u um iIJ iIJof so soof
of erection anti a third IH IHable I lllhl J1r prob probable b bnIJlo
able for this tItI season seasonThe sea8011lhe seasomiThe
The class work m the fit h i aI1 aI1Imrtmelltt iiwjf t cus tie tieparlmentH theltartmeuu
parlmentH t H hu hllll been it ri HfI < > mu II1Udl in mt > li I u uanti imprb inpdUis1 inpdUis1und jl jlund
und strengthened 8lren tlteneel that th ti tihave stuMms stuMmshave J IIi IIihave
have no fault to find Tin 11 > 8 scstving ri ricelvlng
celvlng the best of ln Iumtr < truiiMnh trlldll i I it I toll tollthe mm all allthe alltime
the work that the 111 ri pn i r irtJbtp e cmss tQ ic icdo
do nnd they thl nre full nithii aIllfUlhnt aIllfUlhntthe ti IljtimatLime dfthat dfthatthey
they the could not do bHt IJeltf b m i < r than t tdoing the itiu itiuoltur oru orudoIng
doing In these line Ir i will uhne uhnewould us ii etay etaywould they theyWould
would Moreover f fUI r thf ii n nsome nxl 11 1MI 1MIlon ear earsoumic
some lon important nddlllxns mmtldil mris to i tl tlhave 111111 facuity t1
have been n made by h the Ih bojtd 1 111 u I ofj or lltt us ustees
tee BO that still belfr Iittt r wurli wurlifuture ortih ortihfuture
future Is conlldwently conlldwentlyIIUIGIIT lXPlCI lXPlCIJJ1t1GII1 msptIhhutiGIiTPUJrti Ir4fhe Ir4fheCuture
IIUIGIIT hhutiGIiTPUJrti l PIJ 1IIOHlw4 IhUk4PCTu4i
Samuel M i Bnrratt BnrrattUnder I JlulhllllWriiV JlulhllllWriiVVIIII Itimlid lii Io IotYntler
Under VIIII r WajB IIJII V VThe Y lbuiluil hllhllllg hg Ncitf Ncitflhe Xcxt XcxtTue
The trustees and nd till bulldlnffcom bulldlnffcommlttee btuildIum nnm nnmmnhttte m mmlttl
mlttee e of the Latterday Samttf Sainlscol col
lege met eaily all this week to pi I I d fiipot fiipotthe Iil
the plans for or the Samuel M l BarrnU t
building These had bfrii ufully IlAACull
drawn according to instrut In tludiI liin re received r rrvived ¬ I
ted from the th president of theCfac theCfaculty theiflicIIlt thmofaclilt
ulty lilt by h Architect 1 D C YnunKRThcy YnunKRThcyshowed YummnTimcyeimowtd Y Yshowed
showed the new hall to be him sI ummovha > hat
larger Including the wing wlu than the
business college building that iKSirsl iKSirslfloor t tlflrstiloor jjrst jjrstfloor
floor consisted of five large tl I Iand i q < < rooms roomsand IVoinand
and that the main lloor vns im mq uilgfone uilgfoneroom 1II m ii jf f Otto Ottoroom IlC IlCroom
room with a stage at tho th rearttwO rearttwOsides rarttwBides rartutusIdes
sides and one fiont entrain e andjhav nnctjmav11mg
Ing In n seating sel1Un capacity capat ity livliMIng In totIng the thegallery th thsaller thegallery
gallery of COO persoim AftM AftMdon Aft I Iif ml good DOU
don of Investigation nnd tl tlthu dlctUJon ttiu lOn
thu plans tnn were adopted atlolmt eti sulMu sulMuns Mul s U uEijTa jm Il Ilall Iias
ns drawn by IJ I the nrrhltci t t T Twas r 1 It Itos t tilaH
was os ascertained that the tim bulidin bulidincost blltJdJnJt btuiIiilmmsiuId btuiIiilmmsiuIdcost ult1 ult1costin
cost costin In the neighborhood of S i icommittee lIo1OIib lIo1OIibcommittee
committee then waited upon Mi Mitllda miu Ma la
tllda M m1 Iturrntt the tim donor donormeans dip r time thifmOUIIs timemacmm
means macmm mis with wi Elm which iv ii 1dm the th t lii biiiMlnidfjsio JtlillIlllis itti I mtg l lho 10
be erected Mrs Bairutt nni I t HW mm yehI ol olpleased ll
pleased with the plnnn und aii I1jrIaraIiCe tuartummceof > earante earanteof
of the building and with ill till us urs mm a Id Idwhich t tisiticim 6 6which I
which the new hall will be < ti IIIIIQd < 14 tej It Itvlll
vlll 11I be used for stu atUtnI < I dcsoTftmal dcsoTftmalexercises tl i otbnal otbnalexercises foM foMIxcrcltws
exercises nnd as a Mudy r rUI iinTTror1 iinTTror1which J OI OIiit r
which iit icli purpoHps P1 rloses It will 111 Ii hue bums nu ii uiuai IUaUn in n
this tim Is region The chairman of 0 Jr ili t ii build ljll ml
lug committee couunmi ttee at onre cult let th thfor t Ii olltta ommttact t
for the excavation nnd bhi bhibeing ilr trauv riV
being received for the cntii cntiiOn > bllll bimlldln bimlldln0mm lnk
On time th ITth of this innnth ib trustees trusteesof cruet r i c coC es esof I
of Young University will niMt itt toTTurn toTTurnover t0urujover
over to the college clllll e whldi SIhut ii wl IIR bti b bIhercaftcr b0thereafter
thereafter the Latterday Latterdayensuty S ilntnjUnl ilntnjUnlverslty II1tAUlllvlrlty
verslty nil the property < iirllnitfiil IJrlb Ii nibutI tID
by the heirs of the late lilt li itosidcnt J s3cnt t
Brlghnm Young for the purpose purl qfuif qfuiftitbllshlng ot c
titbllshlng a unlvcralty universityrime U UThe
The proceeds of tf the sale ah of II tlm i property prop ¬
erty crt which may 11 miia a reach ud 11111 otWill ir Ill SI SIwill Wwill
will be used use Just ns noon UK it i muable 11 H < Call Callable ¬
able In erecting tin1 th third bmillng ling on onthe pntue 11the
the sqimre containing the tim biHn hU Ir < ssffl Sm I
loge anti the Barrntt Ham t memorial memorialThe meummor ii I 1I 1 1The l
The Brigham Young oun Menvmil build building tiulIIng buildlag ¬
ing will supply the lass < r rm > m mpartmcnts ryiitartmnoats l1dil l1dilIUlrtments
partmcnts of tho High HighNormal Iho hOI I IIndHh IIndHhNormal ondttimoNormal
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Ho is I Hourly JlolltI Expected to Arrljfinj AII Arrtij ArrtijSitu Ilii Ilii8111I
San Francisco FranciscoMrs
Mrs nichard W V Young IJUI1I N Nnlmoit I 11 tdai tdaiainmost > oJb oJbIIlntott
nlmoit hourly hour expectation expeetatllta i in It Iii IiiIng 11 11nu
n telegram nu from Jd Judge Young YoungIng Y umdlfhj umdlfhjIng
Ing his hl arrival In San an Frail rtt i i
Insl 1I18tlettor Idler received fiom toni inn i idated ro idated H i
dated at the Ih end of Apt AIIII II IIhe lor t the II clJW Pt J t
he had resigned his postti n nMart I < I ou1 ou1start til tilIItort
Mart for home a aa won UH H Itsstmunlumg i isinning
sinning that he left l IIdi t < n M Mshould 1 v vshould IOl IOlshoulIl
should be due In Man 1r Frl u uany tiany d 8t 8tanr
any day dn The ManlUi laIIlL IMJ IMJgive tj I tgive I ll l1 l1Ilve
give long em and culuglMi lulllll lk < i iJudge tJudge frJrj
Judge Youtig OUl1g AnartMi An arOd mil milTimes III mm 11 t tmice Imr Imrfhnes
Times Is ns follow foiioweJudge K KJudge Ij
° Judge Young ha lies ronlRii flHI 1I I Itlon posI posIthin osl1 osl1tloll
thin on the supreme iiUtrClm t > IM IMorder 1 t torder t bl 1 i iorder
order that h ito may renr rI II IIlentil i v vfamily
family lentil to his home in th t tm i t r rJudge I tll LaJudge fij <
Judge Young ounJl I th o l ljudge Ljudge 1 J
judge left on the th supnn supnnwhich i t tiuhteli 1 1which
which at one ttrm 1 I t1mev I I lj1
thiee American Jurist Jurl I T 1 1colleague 1colleagues t n L Lcolle
colleague colle gun being 4ln Colon 011111 l lColonel I tColonel rflii1 1
Colonel Ulrkhltmr 11 I ICtl 1m 1mcmi
Ctl d to Join hi hl reglni rllmI11 > iit iitward t tifl tiflwards t twnrdll
ward given command i f t tcdghth teighth > RiM1lm RiM1lmd It Iteighth
eighth Infantry while whilebecame I hl1 hl I II < I r rbCnl1lf jJ
became a secretary ecretar retal1 to t tin tinernor therllor g gonion
onion and had other duti lutlJulle tlumJudge < v vJudge
Judge Young ban t ti tiimatioum > n nnation
nation to the ciVil toinn toinnrotUMt u imllrOfluflit tmnurequest
request thAt It be actjr a act JI I Ireturn flg flgreturn
return with hi hfll fuml fumlHlates Camlly > > II ill illStates
States I where there ar i ifor Ifor II e efor
for the education of hN hNJudge hf imiMJudge i iJueJt >
Judge Young OUII came i ti > i iIn I p n nin I IIn
In Julv 1W5 He II me It i icapture 11 t tl tklha I Icaplure mcapture
capture of Manila whir bfr ti tiId I 11lnil 11lnild naijjd
Id d the Utah Ut h light 1I 11t bat1 bat1wards ht t t 1tt 1ttIuds Oft Ofti
wards i ardt the arllllery r rArlhurs r > 1I11r 1I11rArthurl 1 1Arthurs
Arlhurs division throunh throunhpalfn n CArij CArijpaigmi ii iipalgn
palfn ot San FernanJ F mand Ha hL uru va5sup i urui
i p I
AUCE ST AlUONS STALLW7SMURDERERS AlUONSMURDERERS
MURDERERS CONfESS OOFE8Slier
Her BrothcrsinLaw ro hclsinLlv Meld Her Down While WhileHer WhileHer hile hileIIei I
Her Step Mother Broke Her HerSkull tie 11crSlujil It ItSkull
Skull With a Poker
ul t IrfMtfe Mo Jun JA A nttlnl to
Uill Uit IontDliiptttch DIput4h from I
Aurou lmJl lii lii3W NUA ui uiWL
3W WL WLA
3WA A telephone niewuKc trail gu gutoa Ualena 1141enatOle
ZtOJU tOle toa county count twentylU t tWnt ntJlInllilI liniies nHes off the ihtrailroad theriIresd b broad
railroad road sayn that Mr lotto ottn StalUwi StalUwitB
tB hot 1 two lIn i > i < by R former mar marSfiMfe millJoml maiije
SfiMfe Jarni und Will
Crnbtr e
no nojtenfewed asenfeued e eint
jtenfewed int lIIe4 to the murder of Allco Bui Builion tHIIlion SLtilion
lion the pretty leyeuiold daughter daughterIfth l10Ul dimugimrf lllr r rIItthe
Ifth f the woman Aecorllng to th the cnn
ItJtJ mtlnt t provwt aunt < Jjjfe J lIe In I Manila ManilaWrtnf U
Wrtnf rll1J the t luttei part IIC f JSW S and the th
IOrtt lmt part of o 1W At t th the tncviitlon InC jltlon of of11w
jilt tttpreme court In May Ma 18J9 he
Was 1111 apiiointe 11 < l a magistrate of that thatcourt th thatcotmet t tcourt
court by J Oen Inrlll ral OtIs arid subsequent suuswjuenty sUIJfoljll nt
h I y vns appointed president of the cilm cilmIlinl
Ilinl branch his prciwnt office by h I ICleumeriti
General MarAithui He fI prepare pre tIl > the theIWII
laws IWII with regurd to marriage attor attorneys attorIIcYl attormmeys ¬
neys nnd foumeior and the law la of ofcriminal oCcrIminal ofeninuinni
criminal proccduie etc now In force
Judge YounK Kiaduated from West
Point III the dam or m 1 iSJ 2 and was In Inthe tnIht Inthe
the regular ornanliitlnn artillery m J until untilthe untiltime
the he fflll of tt 1888 lie H wax all judge jud advocate advocateof
of the lie department of the i east > a i on hen Otnoral fltnarlll henoral
oral Hancockx iitnff during a part of
his nrmy aervlce ue wa graduat radu ltjl l
from tl I1I the Columbia College School of
Ijiw II New York In H84 and win II ad admitted aeln adniittod ¬
mitted n to the bar In the tIm Imo year yearflUUNDFOU ytlrOHUNIIFOH yearCI1tUN
flUUNDFOU CI1tUN 1IiOll GETS aiii CONTIIACT CONTIIACTWill CT CTsIlt
Will Kroct BI ct Xow 4NowUmu1veiIty tDlvcisHy HnllillniD HnllillniDfor Hnlltllll HnlltllllfOI
for SOlOUDllcylinVoik SUlOUJcln WnJ at Once UncoTho UncuTho OnceTime
Tho Univernlty lnler lt board of regent met metat Uletlit metat
at nOon today loeln and opened or lId bid for the thesecond thllfCCl1nl1 timesdcontl
second call on the th m IhW > w buildings hull < lInJ It Itran Itsut
ran nllOUlld found that Andeimm nlhr un Orundfor th lhlocnl thlornl thlocal
local contruotiiihud eontrUlIIII had uhinlttvd l the low lovOSt low06t io iocet
OSt bid lie contracted to It Wtt tIme h two twonoV tWIno two110t
noV no 1 building tom aliout 61000 Ills Illsbid UIIJIll illsbimi
bid waa wiu lowest oat of nearly a acomnpetltims dogei dogeicoinpMltois
coinpMltois and afiei u short Oellbert Oellberttlnn dtlIb titliberttion tt tttlon
tlnn It wim derdled to r award swam the th con conIrnct conl1tt contract
tract to him Th ne IItI structures nti ntithe urthe lmrtthe
the museum nfl nnllmanlll1l miniml imitiru mat traIning build buildIngs Imlld11111I buildlogs
logs and they me t to be I it completed when whenIJChOol wtwnfJchOol whennciuool
IJChOol opens next fall fallThe filiIlhl failThe
The museum bulldlne will be tliomost tliomostpretunlloiiH the IDO most mostprettmtiomms t tI1rellntloIlH
pretunlloiiH oontlni c tln about KOOVO O0UO whll whllthe itmiitime hlll hllltire
the itianual trulnlnn btilldlntc llIdl will ro OOlt OOlt1I110ut oostubout t taboutJIOOOO
aboutJIOOOO 1I110ut 10000 They will be built on onth onth onthe
th the same geneial Hne as the itructurei itructureinow Ittutur1I0W stmucturehull
now utMiidlim but nf course cour e have Ia tea fcotUIjJJ teatUts
tUIjJJ nf 1 their u own llwnl1h ownttrhf n
ttrhf l1h Coiutrat OIura l 1t1f14 iiwideltth I WMIk aekbe
tlfb Tl tirtp n done inntt from froitlulttinU OII1 tl tKe eirtvatUmrf n6 n6llIltIn w wptittlnu
ptittlnu in tbo th seats < nl atH Work will be be beRun 1JeRun begun
Run nt onof onofPA orWtlARDON umitt11AI1DON
PA lARDON R DUN FIJI iUItC1IiNAMAN iUItC1IiNAMANExecutive FiTcitNAMAX FiTcitNAMAXExccnl CII1NAMAN CII1NAMANExccntlO
Executive > oCloiniiicy C1ehIhtiucyr for Anclont Joss JossHOIISO JossHonso Jogshouse
house Priest PriestSum PtlestSnm 1iletSara
Sum Oah mu th thin aged Mongolian who whowna whowall whowas
wall tent up for 100 day la11 in the city cityJail cityJail citylaIi
Jail by b Judge Tlmnioiiy some time timeCor ago agofor ulgofor
for running nn opium den was today todaypardoned totinypardoruemi I
pardoned by h Mayor la lJr thompson Old OldOnh OldGait
Gait left the station with luca a milt smlloon smilelii milton I
on his sviirthv nuntcnanfo < that MM MMmouth hl histuioimth I
mouth threatened to undermine lite litecars imiscans I Ie
cars e Sum la nbout SI year e8l1 of as qt and andfor aD aDfor antifor
for many 111 II n Jems elUs has been bow of the theChinese thisChuirtee I IChinese
Chinese Joss bouse at the head of Plum Humalloy Plumnllo Plumniloy
alloy Onr Un nlKht ubmt Ii ut 1 nioiiii uso usothe 110tho aotime
the police raided the joint and found a ayoung aOUIII aYoutmg
young OUIII man nnd woman smoking opium opiumtherein opiumthoreln opiumthorein
> therein thereinGnh thorelnGah thoreinUnit
Unit has promised to pelt no more moreopium moreoplull1 moreopluni
opium oplull1PEIlJm
PETER GOLUING GOLIH I HEAD lEUUiifoitiiiiiite USA U UUiifortiinak
Uiifortiinak Mnu 3IttliPaSSC 1assos asslS Away A mlY nt atInsaiie lio thoJIlS1I1C lioInsane
Insane Asylum SlIm Twlny TMIaytJnfortunte jafEi jafEiUnfortunle mBiI mBiUnCortuntc
I
Unfortunle UnCortuntc Peter Oold Joldnlf ng reached the theend theelid theejd
end elid of his troubles tIlt tohr v The Th sad 1111news sadnivs ad adnvs
news came from the asylum a > lum Itt t Prom Provntljot Prootltnt Promtipat
tljot lie ILSI Ii lit pm1 a aWil awty n at the n IJr ° nt ntseventythree orsqenlthr ofmuqentytilree
seventythree 1 years < He wal the broth brothcr
cr of the late Ja lat h K ii l I oldmx l < and in iniculdcnU the thlIcaldcUI theienidettt
iculdcnU or the nnrtlnwsteni part art of ofthe otthe ofthe
the city knew him him well well1dtcr wrllllJtrr iellltmter
1dtcr icildiiiir cam < > Into the world worldtonmed Worldmtinei orle orledoomed
doomed to remain r here for seventy seventytlnee seventytiuie vent ventthl
tlnee thl years eRrs In a mpntnl twilight Ills Hisunfortunate IllsuilCortlnate illsuuiforttinate
unfortunate condition rondit iu vokcd ok J the pity pityof IlltyoC itY itYof
of nil who saw him and the lovaltv lovaltvWith IO lovaltsYliii Rlty RltylIh
With lIh Which hi bill blither Iith r widow stood stoodby Ilooclhy stoatlt
by lt him nnd prnlli > il fir hint ha has called calledfqrlh calllltQrth calledfOrtIm
fqrlh much aJilr amlrlltlon tion It was but A nfow Af asr
fow f sr months ago tg that pigni of a phyil phyilC plIfal physical
fal C cal l collapse coli n pU began to show ho on Peter Peterand leterund Peterhtid
and a few week ago tnry tan in the morn morning mornInl mornlag ¬
lag he left his hl homo on weei Mm Mmorlli Fllltorlh IIt IItorthm
orlli and wandered nearly to the city citytenictery cityt cityflletery
t tenictery to sttlt i it th grave rave of hi hibrother blir liii liiibrother
brother ir thr He wn wnl in a nude condition conditionnnd conethnnol conditionatul
nol while wandering around he fell felldiwn telltJeWn felldtWn
tJeWn diwn n hill and wai wa as badly lacerated by byftbar byJarh byarb
ftbar Jarh arb wire fence whkh he nawled nawledthrpuBh lI4wledl1ltOUlh tuawledthrQugh
thrpuBh The Th next n day 11a h > wa pro proigunoed pt ptt16ynoed proptpced
igunoed ln Inlilll ane and was eent to the thefuDlUm theYIUm thetyiurn
fuDlUm YIUm ncr since he arrived there therelie ttlfretit therem
lie m has been leln declining rirddly and to toddy tojlltrJealh toII3deatim ¬
jlltrJealh ddy death mercifully iclonscd 1Il1g d him from fromJhlK fromJhlK fromluI
JhlK luI world worldThe worldleInna orldiTII
iTII The runnlns rtrltln Inlt will 11 b hi > Tirnught to tnl thll thllL
L L u
Ipn till Wlllgni inn ine Ifl IUITTBI win UI UI111W v vfrom I IiiIml
111W from the undiriuklng establish fstablttliof t tablt tablttJnl t ttgutt
tJnl of if Joseph E Taylor tomorrow ftf ftfj afrnoon i iternotmn
ternotmn rnoon rnoonj I IV IGE
V
j j AGEIiKs7I AOgn GE H si IlI i > KNT is 1 PlJiS PlJiSSlcjilicn nlEsS IIEStiteliIitlui
Slcjilicn S titeliIitlui IHm Tiickoru fllckfr Mizctl iZt4l With ltii A Aiilosynnil Ial 10 I IhIlQ
1 iilosynnil IIC I nuimi Ii I Ktpitvs SttUdtnly SttUdtnlyStephen SItdJtnlt
1
t Stephen Tucker an oe d nid re respected reeltflluz1I respectedpitlzsum p cted ctediltlzen
iltlzen of lI the Smnd it pn1 nt HI i M ti in tha mis oit oitfl ity ityVJs LtyVfl
VJs Vfl fl stllcken i Icken wlb wlbttarnoon i t It ti tmIeet I tcriIt1 tcriIt1tetmUOII
tetmUOII ttarnoon and ani fvll deml u t5 II Iv Ii wnn We eD eDJtltlllJ SfliCrt n nBring
Bring hi his hu i He II i Ic was va a inRigc1 in innilnic In11IQ11l1lnJl intUnin
11IQ11l1lnJl nilnic hI ide il duorwiin Inrst l when h hi his wife wifeted Witt1Itd wmttW1lId
W1lId ted him In t < > IIlnn < iinrir r lie 11 nrte 1 r1 e und undTftgln tntlsln 1504wci
wci Tftgln sln in the ait of o t nt ring rin th the house houieJltn bouehen houseViieut
< Jltn hen he wt IIthr1 Td a 1 1 Iii litt m moin and fell fell1U fell1utho elllbO
1U 1utho tho floor Vlth VIihttt 11 hl1 tit mother v srd rrd rrdffipjlij I IlTn cc cctitlii
ffipjlij titlii lTn his lips h > < expired almost with within withItth1 withiii ¬
in Itth1 the iue moment thit I ha I hi h foil foilJ tilp
J y p en napd need pd was 1 Jrn ii > nt in nsb > urne Wilt Wiltahlr WilthJr Wlitiii
ahlr hJr iii Kngland oh II Jimmry Jil 11111I O ft 7 1M1 1531ho UIl1lembraet
110 WbraofHi inbnaeetl ih filth f tub 1 fie tl I TAtter Itlcrr TAtterutltits tter tterJ
J r y ftHtili utltits In H I id 1 In 1S5J he h mi mim cmlgulleil nt ntjrtted
jrtted rated to Amen t II did nut nrrlvi nrrlviah RrlviUtah
ah m Tt iUtah Utah howexet until itc 1 1tG Since Ine that thatJtlin
Jtlin 11 he h ha has heit > cvn n r tii iI < nt of the 8c 8cj5nd Beeml Seejnii
j5nd ml Man I with tin xeeptlon of two twoflari twol4afs twoOats
l4afs Oats that he Watt vi a < i MB it faithful mlc mlcfilOndiy Iftl IftlnJOnlf I IlOnauy
filOndiy work ork In 1rni nd H He we an anlionagt anhOtt i iiOtit
lionagt iOtit upright man fie Il kind of man manoatis manlt I Il4tpte
lt l4tpte > oatis LlH nf whom tlv world Ic I alwty Iw Iwtter
Cellar lI lter off offHe I Ilie
He lnve n wife a SrI l fl fiVe tone toneThe IOnSThue
The funeral n wilt in i i 1 from the S Sec SecnuiI c cnd
nuiI nd ward meeting house Sunday nt 12 12noon 1 1noon
noon I
fesslon tlw tii bay held AlIce while time thamother timemother
mother broke her skull with a poker
The body wa then thrown into the
James flvrr hare It great ex e5dtc < llc
uncut a as a jocutl of the confession and
a lynohlng vmy y remit within the next
iwentyftiur hours hoursAlice hoimiaAIic
Alice WAS to have hmtv been nnrrl ptlrnl1 > d to u uJUnK aoung
JUnK Jnoie man hum who tell in lovo io
with her met while ss lithe on a hunting tup Mis 1hl is
Muliliiii wax It 1 is said Jeulou of her
stepdaughter I etaute ecau of of her beauty
und It itti pupularlty itultl anity
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ARAfTEEIM ARAfTEEIML
L I r
liltINDEMNITIES liltINDEMNITIESasimlngtonm
Washington June CThe CTheaors nnibaa
dora from mom mmmc t o the I Kuiupedii mu c mmmi
trie were In ccnieirno Cmittr itt with tiny CL y
Hay today todu mulnly I I ne it was a i fm >
plomutle day which tfudcd nn oppoi
tunlty for dlstuxiiing limo stage of tliu
Chinese nintsc negotiations it is understood
that the middle ground or modus U
endl > a as it I Is being referred to con ¬
cerning the form of paying the Jndm
lilLy is likely to be bet settlemi tied by iv joint
and seveml guaranty This will l b in t tCollipiete
complete accord with the Ameiun
view that tliiio should be no Joint
guaranty In th Heiwo of binding i uci uciKuvurnmenl tin tinKoleFflmneilt
Kuvurnmenl to mcuilng the pn itanment > ment of
th the entire W37uotiwKi It will iii le joint
however in tin tormul impect o of b butg irg
executed by all au of the poweu Jolntlj
at the seine time und nobably by tho thoaume thuName
Name hwtrument Tin instrument
doubtlea mill Include a t provision by
which each government Is to asumo asumonu
nu liability be beyond > oad th he amount of UH UHown 11mmown
own share of the indemnity whkh in
the ca case e of the United State Lates U limited
to USOMOOV USOMOOVHOLD
HOLD NO CONPIinrNrKS NOW NOWIekin NOWJekin
Iekin Juno 0 The tit mnlmers hte htecea imttieceased
cea ceased d to hold meitlmr hUe i inn inking inkingam king
intiumirles am a to the t jexit t > i ot th tImt < li t ie ieKoveiaments meIhectlle
Ihectlle Koveiaments rlhcmuj lime mimajmim uij of ofminlmem ofI
I it minlmem minist ore luld it l I I i ta > at t Geimnny GeimnnyUld Getmtt it y y1tt
1tt > > Uld ii Iti have tod tin Chlnso ihm I hi t ti I ILb
ih poyer wiuld io m Ii ugM i to uh inJin inJinnlt nJ UI UInit
nit of IM0XUO tats ut 4 ptr c etmtt etmttlfltertbt nt ntluterkt
luterkt They also think that the timedriwI utli utlidraual
draual of aunt vtn Waldcrjw s nnd nndtho nnulthe
the Herman tioopx thi htwa ti a deslic to toforce toforce
force the powers to uvquesie In Jet jcrUI JetW
W JIt JItroe
UI T1 I
trouble roe Uettffco ttrltti rrttslSHflr h < nnl Frpluh Frpluhsoldiers FrpIirhsoldiers
soldiers at Tin Tslji ontlnue trm trmlIeu n nfleu
lIeu Ijorneiiunpoell borne m inn pinJ I in coinmujij coummflttmd of ofthe ifthe
the lirltUh troop and the Trendi ioiu ioiuinHiider omiitnanciem
inHiider Hill me mmi tn their ir uinost i iiiduis iiiduisto <
to prevent further friction frictionllUUGIjAltS fnictioiml1UlWiiA1S
llUUGIjAltS KOtiNI OUILTV OUILTVNow IU1LVYNuts
Now They VIII lll bo Int nn Trial lor lorMontreal ibrlttmr4ltil
lttmr4ltil lttmr4ltilMontreal
Montreal June C CJones Jones Hire anti nndHutledge antiRutledge
Hutledge who were brought her frum frumChicago fronit
Chicago t have been found guilo of ofrobbhumg f frobbing
robbing the Aurora Onr in > t < iiliip iiliipTheiq C CThe
Theiq The are the burglars who mail mnh mnha
a desperate attempt to eicipe Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight
night when Constable JJo oytt > d was killid killidand kihictianti
and Jones very badly wounded They Theywill rlmcywilt
will now b be arraigned for murder murderCrown murdertown
Crown town Attirne Currin says H > S Itlce Itlcewho Ittceisho
who It Is lillerd fined the xhH which whichkilled wititlikilled
killed lloyd la supposed to have killed kllttda
a man during a robbery In Chicago Chicago1riiHslrt ChicagoI
I lltMAN VAil 1FF 0NllitllCiS 0NllitllCiSliIIKCIa
1riiHslrt anti Oihith Almndon limo thoDoublo limolomtbhtm
Doublo Idea litca13rlimm IdeaHerlln
Herlln June fl 6As A o oe e nf the results resultsof
of yesterday tariff conferences the thorepresentative therepresentative
representative of the AwnHied IV Pis Pislearn 8 8learn
learn lellnbly that Prussia nnd a anumber anumber
number of the other IIUMI lr Herman Hermanr Llnmimtmmstates
r tales have abandoned t Me dtt > i of the theocalled timesocalled
ocalled double tariff that is t fay faymaximal saymnaxlmnmml
maximal and minimal wh h oiniiur oiniiurclal omjtumtrcia
cia circles considered the naln ilisia ilisiacle hsti hstivie
vie in concluding n new w ami mutually mutuallysttiifactory miiutualiysatisfactory
satisfactory commercial treaties treatleiSIM treatiesMrs <
Mrs JtoKlnloy StelGumieyluiupmtmvcs Improves Sl SlWashington Slosuly SlosulyWasimington
Washington June 6 6Dne Drs lllxev lllxevSternben Itix ItixSternben
Sternben and Johnston were d n nsultallon flseitatlon
sultallon at the Tilte Hous ut uthalf tithalt
half an hour this morning Aft Aftt i tlnir tlnirdeiiarture timrtleptirture
deiiarture Secrvtrry Oortelyou BBC cut cutthe tu tuthe
the following statement statementMrs
Mrs McKlrley1 physician Iport Iportthat t p nt ntthat
that she hme passed a comfortable night tmi tmicontinues < t I Icontinue
continue to show slight Improvi m > u uDr litDr
Dr Hlxey called at the White H < i iat tb tbat
at MO 0 add remained about n tiventy tiventyminutes my myminutes
minutes He mid that Mr McKinK > a acondition Scondition
condition wag about the same sameLutheran samelutiirran
Lutheran Synod Ailjnnrno Ailjnnrnolie thJnmirtiIes
lie Moines Ima June 6The Evio Eviogelicai i igel
gel gelicai lea I Lutheran generjd syri symmi i iJourn Iourns
Journ ourns tonight after a ten day daysThe i iThe
The closing day wa busy with u nc ncreports
reports reportsThe reportsThe
The question of missionary v vlv i iAfrica iAfrIca
Africa wn dlsruiied at 1 length i ttlt ttlttue < > i ithe
the commltues report suttiIti ul ul I l lDr IDr
Dr Oeorgc VT Miller of IJaltlni IJaltlniabandon Iialtimntibantlon
abandon the African field iilt iltL iltLrind < i iand
and devote the work anil mon many > N Ngroe t troes
roes In till coUntS The < otir otirreports otm otmreponltt
reports that a coffee field and andyard n < i iyard
yard arc all the board h hm tn tnfor toFor
for many yeai1 w tnrk rk In Afiln Afilnnev ArtetRev
Rev K 1 X Wolfe > f Otttysbui i iread IIvd
read n revised report on the i iof n nif >
of the rhurch which was a ni i i iplace I IDlace
place of the tlr first t one ofl which I J Juch Iwelt
welt a commotion commotion1rfiicli commotionPrtmtihwhetlt
1rfiicli Prtmtihwhetlt Wltirti Crop CropParis rop ropParis
Paris Jim The arnold rn rnport crtfirt <
port show t that Mt the winter wintervery tt ttIerV
very g od In three depart depsrtunnt depsrtunnta m > in i iin
in a 4 13 fair In 34 and passable Ii IiTh i iThe
Th iprlns wn Stht t is very Wt R Rdepartment I t tlepmutment
department good In II 1 fair tn tnaesable n 1 1aiwable
aiwable in S SThere 3There
There I no spring wheat In tt t tkpartiiielitt <
kpartiiielitt kpartiiielittI
0 I 1 T III 1 SJHTJI ipusFMASIER ipusFMASIERlit IS POSTMASTKIl POSTMASTKIlAt
At Gunfew ii1oi Mlllinl Cnantj Cnantjto mrC mrCSiumnacberUeskfletl <
SiumnacberUeskfletl SiumnacberUeskfletlIRpetlal
IRpetlal to the News J JWashington JVashIngton
Washington l > i iSmith C Jun Junnmlth
Smith has n ben appointed p1 p1at rsIt
at It Oarrleon Mlltard county 1un 1unL s
L 4 8 huma humat i r r resigned resignedThe lg d dThe
The potoffloe at t Oarland t ttli ttlitanibier t ti tiKambler
Kambler Wyo tIll lll become d dmonev thrn thrnnone
monev none order oflloe July I IHarvey Iharvey
Harvey A Jnhnwn Mi t4sho ho FtI > a 1 i 1 1Jnme IItmmnes
Jnme P rrahipi QjartMs Qai 7U g I t 1tare thae
hae tare appmtttel r3iiaimy

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