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THE DESERET EVEN NG JT JTTHPTII NEWS NEWSIHUI I
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THE MORMONS MORMONSPresident
President Daz the Grand Gllud Old Alan of That ThatRepublic ThutRepublc
Republic Republc Sends Greeting to toPresident toPresident
President Snow
ro I 1 John ohl Henry Smith Smih teturna teturnaay rcturoll rcturollhI
ay fiom rm a live weeks visit 1 lt t tnVrU to totl
tllY lc
hI nVrU puli of Mexico Mlxlco whither h hr he hellrmlrllIIIUttn
tl r 1 M llrmlrllIIIUttn < irm < mcoliinl atltn lutlnest lutlnestj lu ln9l ln9ljl
ploasan ploasannnd fllo ant ant1m
j jl its ts ImvltiK had H 1 moat
nnd 1m an 11 ttltogitlier 1101 tltr mieeessfii mieeessfiiid Ulceesfl Ulceesflt
id l > rrtjeH rinj1 with vlh him the thl pliaaan pliaaanr IllrH ant antI antr
t
r that h it tinM thl Mormon rmon me rc wnrml wnrmlw wnrm I
r w 1 0 1 by the tl clllitna dlns of Ur Ul slstii slstiiuil slsltr
r ald uil that thlt the Mexican tclun ipltleltiUi ipltleltiUiIm cII cIII
hmtet imelf IIP nro nroI
I Im 1 11 JrBIInt riBUIent Diaz h
I HUllsBed ltll 1 with wih what whlt tin tinMl theI
Ml I n ns n ha donetowaidi lonetowll compyln compylni COhlP In r rI
that have ha v beui beuil
i ihi i mnHsUms lne < Kstuns
l 11 h in i from rJm time tme to time tl 1 e duilni duilnii lullni lullniJ
J rtdeeta wnt WII t place placeriM
i ni l tin Itf tn 1llell < pIICI pIICIT
ur them fruitful ticidi Ii Iii In Inf
riM T tlm trultul 111
f i nt D1U 1b who wll Is g Mexlroi Mexlroia Mexlll I IJ
a man pxpreiiiiid e1prelll himself hln clf un unriit unilt
1111
riit uvfiy aly on 11 this Ihll point and 1111 sent i ii 1 1tJ
ilt i iu lng to Pifultlent PIllldent Snow t tflji l <
flji I vlch MI d to b Il partcuUrly pJ ro ror
r 1 1 I 0 bre breAJ fed fedAloTU
AloTU SMITH INTJJtMKWKD INTJJtMKWKDA D
AJ JlLN ITJ
A 1 News repivHonlnllvo relIIKeltlO saw Apoall ApoallPnliih Ioslo IoslofnJdl <
Pnliih on Ihe tIl htreot for or a few mlnutei mlnuteit mlnuletoler
fnJdl alter hla teturn und had an In ex ext exIntere <
t i < n oler letUr ulII hac
Interview with him himjit himH
t ii IV interesting Intere lu wih
jit m looking lnllnl the picture of health helth anil III IIIJdars
01 Jdars laps that he hI had a most cnjoyiibli cnjoyiiblitlin enjO lblu lblutim
tim fr trm im beginning bl llnlnA to end and wns wnsthniiUfh1y WiS WiSth
thniiUfh1y th plenied plcn ell with wlh what he hall Iiuldi halldine
olhly
di dine tie He II WOR ns accompanied Iceompanlet by I his wlti wltiJ lfc lfcj
j Mne hlnl Smith Smlh Piejsldent llclhlent A A1rs V VI
I 1rs > r8 of the Mexican mission Hcnrj Hen Henrln
1 ring rln nnl 01 Ainmon M t Tlnney To ToB 10 10t
B ter t er with wlh thow the gontUmen Irllln Apostl ApostlM J IO t
M tu ifitJ I HI a number of the clilel clilelInls
tt1 0 Inls la of Hie til republic rlpublc Including hwlullnr Piesl Pieslil PreH
il t MM Hat himself nlthotmh nlhough upon the thelaslon Iholsl
laslon lsl if th nudlence lu lcneo with th lat latter lit litI ¬
ter I r Fftr ir rrllg > lpg was 111 I and could coull nol nolic notIp
ic prc prlenl prlenlPrior cut cutPrior
Ip Prior to making these olllclal ofrlll calls callsAm clII
Am Al te 11 Hirlth llh accompanied accolpanlel by b Klder KlderHP gl1er gl1erfClal
HP fClal c man Pi Jlt alt visited vlslrl the mountain mountaini
I i 11 in of Mexico wheie whee the Ihe Mormon Mormontli Iormonplkr1ent
plkr1ent tli nents arc lre located 10rltel These rhe e were werer
r 1 In n prosperous prolpl IOUI and nr promising promisingiriMon promlslnE
rlnWlol iriMon Many of the seWers were wereitug weretelporary
itug temporary telporary employment on thu thurailroad thoI
I railroad rnlroal that Is being built bui In tho thoUte thotate
Ute of Sonora SoneraaOVEKNOll SonoraOOVEn
aOVEKNOll OOVEn OH AUHMADA AUHMADAour
our first frst olllclul olclul visit Isl was to lover OoortI loveror
tI or Auhmnda Auhmlln In the city ely of Chihuahua ChihuahuaIn Chlhuahua
In ih slate of that name Wo were weretfi werorldln
tfi M rldln id In a I very ery courteous manner mannerIhls by byMs
Ms K Jnleman ntlcman who gave rne us n 1 letter leter of ofliMiductlon
liMiductlon 1 I1durlon to Minis Firnandez Turnnrez of ofF otFrnlo
F Frnlo Tito who was nn In ild ll school Ichool matet matettin matl
tin 1 > e C1ItI > Mirr UjMUit U UH way WiY Chi rhlvunhia ChihunIa
hunIa vunhia t the American ATerlcnn Clly Ciy of Mex Mexl
l II < A Urge irle proportion proporton of Us s Inhabi Inhabitants InhablInnts ¬
tants are uf f American Amerlcal birth nnd fld train trainIng trin trinIng
Ing and f I li I rapidly rpll > forging totlnto to the thefront thefmnt
front la Influence Inlu nre and fnl wealth wealh Minis Mlnlst
t > r FrrnanM was as politeness polioncsl Itself lpclt and anduvsur anllu
uvsur u urd d us that he wns nol only onl willing willingbut wiing wiingLui
but nnvinUR lixluus to 11 insist lst us In our undcr undcrliklng umlerInklng
liklng Later we Raw Minister lnl ler I 1I i iMTjtotir
MTjtotir I ulur if t Hacienda Inelcna We experienced Weexperlenrcltth experiencedthf
thf th same Slle pleasant meeting meeln with wih him himHint himthaI
Hint we did with wlh the thcother other Mexican Mexicanoflklals exlcanoIdals
oflklals oIdals
PHESIDENT IHESmrNT DIAZ DIAZPpeaklng DAZ DAZSpeakln
Ppeaklng of President Diaz Apostle ApostleSn Aposte I
Sn 8011 lib be henme < nine very vry earnest earest not to say sayenthusiast snrtnthusla511
enthusiast tnthusla511 nnd Rnc described 1 the Inter InterMew InterJew
Mew with wih that noted man ns 18 being one oneof oneo
of o the most 10st pleasing experiences Ixlerlence of his hislife hlHIte
life Ite Said He President Diaz Is one oneof onl
of the most wonderful men I lever ever met metHe metle
He le Is I seventyone years yeatl old ol of medium mediumheight mcllum mcllumhHght
height and nli robust frame but not notOUT notor
OUT slicked ptIkel with wih flesh lesh His movements movementsb 10oment 10omentboth
b both ith of mind and body are marvelous marvelousiu maleIOISI maleIOISIqUkk
qUkk < iu k We e had nol been In II his presence presencelong presenceIon
long Ion unlll unt we 1 discovered thathe thuV Iw wns wnsnan wnsI
I > nan 131 o great capacity raplrlty wonderful on onrcv oner
er rcv nrd nd boundless bounUipf resource He gave gavei
i < h in msf st cnrdln cmlnl welcome welcolc and spoke spokeHli spol spolh1
Hli h1 h t of the Mormon colonists of the theMexirin thpMexlI
Mexirin MexlI al republic rrpublr He said slll he wel welt el elt
t r rr r 1 hem lo tl Mexico Mrxll In the first Irst plnce plnceutilln plneean1lw
utilln an1lw w that thev the hnd hol fulfilled tulOINI their theirfiHgat
fiHgat 0111 t ng to that government Iovernment rnrl rnrlth ml mltlm
tlm th they Ih were Irl nn Indusiilnus Indlsllnus nnd do doHraIc j jslrIl
HraIc slrIl IIS1 lass of citizens 11111lnl He was wa much mich michple
11 ple f e to meet President PNsldnt Ivlns and andrilertd andwcrdrrd
rilertd grrntlv rrn nt ft hh hl fluency Ilenry In Intft Inrr
tft rr i ri I th he Ppnnlth Fpnnl h language languagePrf lan tagl
Prf PrfrrlnJ rrjnp lo his own people Presl PreslD Presldr
dr < 1 D z exhibited xhlhll11 the keenest ketnest rollcl rollcltu foHcl foHclI
tu I ucd it goon became blcame Apparent how
The sale s11 of rity lots 1011 wns resumed re um Iti ItiIhe 11 11tlt
Ihe tlt loul1 outu hajnbcr hn cr this momlnB morlll and andfl an anf
fl f i 1 f and fnd tho old city ciy hall h1 corner cornerv corer corert
v t fr 1 kn knklo kca down oown after nCer about half an ank anb
k 1 r i i tlnK 111 The old 011 city ciy hall hnl site siteud
r Prltsch but It Is Isi IsI
ud i rOoo 600 to J Jl H Frllch
i I t 1 that the Council Counci will wi confirm confirmih conlrm conlrmI
ih I c ai l tills thl flure flureT Igur IgurTI
T TI t t uth OII EO 10 feet Ctt of lot 3 block blok 1 nt ntNv
Nv 11 ii net r of State eticet stlet and Illlleldo Illlleldoam 1Isido
am 1 n which sold sol1 nt the th last Int sale Iulo to toI1 toT
I1 i Hdilmd 10 11 for JCSO 6S0 was resold fsohJ for forU
U 1 i to the Home Invtsiment com coml comfhf comp comhf
l p
fhf hf ither lots lot I Hold oll this morning mornlnpe
e I lo f 4 S I 6 and 1 of block 2 the thei
i x X1 > i k north nortl Theic lots overlook erlool erloolI
1 I r rfk > ck canyon flnon nro 18814 lU ftet tee dwp dwpI dell dellI
I > I 11 the corn corer r loU lot No No1 beliiR beliiRt leln lelnt
t t uije je They M Mid hl Ko o < to 10I
1 Mueller I udler for I 60 W No No S and I to toK tf
I K I i for or JCOO 0 each and Inl Xo 1 1t 1t
t J > ilrimtlt Ijrln1h for 5SU 5SUn St
m n IorNTV COlNTY LAND SALE SALEil
I I il e s of lt property Prl1ut w wr rc sold soldtax si
n ult tax lien len salo 010 today toay for forhsTATK fOlESTNrl
hsTATK INCORPORATED INCORPORATEDHovt INCOrlOHAn D DHurl
Hurl Sherman Itcturns 1 9 From Flom tlio Ensl EnslSurveyors I nsl nsl81rClrr
Surveyors 81rClrr Wnntcil WRltCl1 for Clark ClarkH
H vt t Sherman general generll agent aent for the the1iaJo ther
r 1iaJo do Southern Souther and nephow o othe or orthe
the iBto Senator John Sherman Sheran re
much h he lovod 10v 1 thorn thll and what wht li lilioped 1
lioped ta do df tor them He le oallttd alft at attent t ttlllol
tent tlllol Ion to the education Nluaton the tlt youth yout o oMexico oC oCMexico
Mexico wnr now recelvlni It vn WI no nodinicult not notIIIlclit
rcelvlnr I
1Hrt Bolioo Bolioohe hO 01 01I
dinicult IIIlclit to go u into a Mexican Nelcan
he h mud Illd end 1111 find a boy I who o could in invvr 1 1wlr
I vvr wlr > r ulnmit any Ilf ru illation UOI in tl lanll lanllInatNl tliatho tliathointtlcH
inttlcH jsogrsphy or grammar rrlmlr bu buwhen ut utI
when InatNl vhln it Ilogrhy came elUIe to exhibiting oJhlbltnl th t tiMii tiMiitender I
I
tender omotlonn of tlie Ixnt t tlt t t wni wnianother a
I another mnotonl thIng Tbie wuWnrvMumi 11 to tothe tolit
1101101 the lit luckof Ik f heart hIt omottSu erot an the thl par paruf JJrt JJrtot
uf Mexican Mexltnl For I r hiitOuN hUI of y year yeartblY n nthry
bflen ground groundof h le leit
thry tblY tlVI IIUVP een XNund
find mud to torriMnM r
of it tyranny IrrannYfnd Ilad tI tImln
rriMnM mln hind WM Acatlt AcatltUnit ame 1 111 111I
Unit Illt Uidm Ihetrl InUit necosnarlly ntarUy bt bttlnp lall 1 1tho
of man H would tah tahtliae ta taI
I tlnp tho ovory ory I
tliae to dispel hit Iden ttnd It I wan wal oni oniof IIP IIPot
I hit t llapel
echoo echootoacheni schoultfluht
of the mnln mlin effort erort of Mexican hJIOI
toacheni tfluht to t orartleatH eroC tn It T rl 1 m man n will willU wih
U s foirtght t than thnl Dlnz 1IA this probalMv probalMvwould IJlbalIlIlll
would 181 lIlll not In l Attempted It tflPtld but ul Diaz DInI I It am amof Ole i iot
of flip world grent Iharfltosri l hlUteell and hl hlwholp hiM > I IIvholl
tlP woril Irlt
wholp heart and Inlo11 soul are rr In the nmello nmellorntlon lmelo lmelorlUol
have 0 lout loutnpprt 1011gopPNIed
rntlon of o toiulltlonii tlmt tht to
rlUol cJlIUonl
npprt opPNIed > R d hl hla countrymen countrYlen Hut iJlas iJlasdoei faz fazdnl
doei dnl not Inbor Inllr alone for hlu IIR own peo people pt ptItll ¬
ple Itll He U li I great glot humiirltlan hlUllrlUln and OT1 liU liUheart hi hihenrt
heart embmcoe emII1C0 tht ti world worldTUB worl worllE
TUB lE AMKIlICAN AmlIC MINI8TKU MINI8TKUIt ISm ISmI
It wnfl our gooil goor fortune Cotlne to t meei meeiHtm met metun
I WIl
Amerlcar Amerlcarminister
lh
Htm un Iowull Clayton thl Amlrlcar AmlrlcarminIIter
minister 100 In tho city of Mexico I ha hanitt hall hallawt <
nitt minIIter him ticforo and nd knew him measui measuiahly melsl melslhly
ahly hly 11m well wol 1efolo He le i 1oche1 < clved IlK n iunt U t as lS h hlecelves 111 111eeII
lecelves eeII all ni Americanwith Alerlrunswlth open oln hand handand hlnd hlndIn
and heart nnd Inlllllle miide our Oll vljlt aa a nRree nRreeable Igree Igreeable
In
able as ho know how It dlsplnyeO dlsplnyeOmuch dllllnyel dllllnyelmuch
much nt Interetl 1 In our woik wik and prom promwed
wed to lo all 11 that he 10 could for ui uiAMRHICAS U UAmmCAg
AMRHICAS OIPBSV OIJJS4 8UOAII aUO n PAC KACTOItY PACrnY
TOItY TOItYWe rnY rnYe
We e organized hvq branch lutch8 w of tho thoChurch thoChurch
Church i OIU > nt nt Cautla CaUla and anl another nlothtr a auurnavaca at atluornUa
uurnavaca which bclog bel JUtorpretOl JUtorpretOlmeans Iltorpletc1 Iltorpletc1n11111
means luornUa Cuws I Horn IttJSHi I tl 1 lilstnrlc lilstnrlcplace hlslrlclleo
UWI 101
n11111 and ilgured In an lmfonnnl ImWtnnllun ImWtnnllunnCl man manner ¬
tlgurlln al
ner place In the conquest conlua t by b Cortez Curtl It Itwas I IWUR
was near here that Cortez founded the thefirst thtOnt
first neiI sugar factory tnctol on < n the Amgrlcan Amgrlcancontinent AIOllcan AIOllcanIonlnent
moved three threetimes threetles
continent The he plant was 101
Ionlnent times within the first nix 11x yeai yeaI of Its Itaostnbllohmont Itsestnblnhmont
ostnbllohmont tles wihin which frst WUH 111 In 1W5 1 25 25Is Jt JtIs
Is estnblnhmont dtlll a wonderful wo dertul plant and turns tUlns out outtuthe outt
tuthe t tl a thoutiand thuu nnll one hundied hUlrtII pounds poundsof pUIJ3 pUIJ3ot
of cano susar dally dalr and alli employs emlo1 leWI ecn ecnhundred
hundred CrM men let In thu th mill mll nnd IUI flolilfl flolilflThe lehla lehlaThe
The refuse Is converted converlelinio Into brandy brandyI
I rense rode out Cilt of the town a 1 short dis distance dlstance ¬
tance E fald ld Apostle Aposte Smith on a aburro I Ihurro
burro to visit viit this thl factory tleto and nn found foundIt foun1I
It most Interesting Int It In btlll sUI owned ownedby
resUnl
by I y the Cortea family tlmlr who live Irc In 11 Italy Italynnd 101 101nncl
nnd the proceeds procee N go 10 to his hil descendants descendantsand descellantH descellantHutii
and utii to the maintenance mlintenance of lt n hospital hospitalIn hOllJat hOllJatI
In I the clly of Mteo I I 4t J I fuernftvana fuernftvanawe rnlIM rnlIMwe
we met tty Hubert fubert Lester lter lull UfI formerly formerlyproprietor forlen forlenPIoprpln
proprietor PIoprpln of the Valley Vnle irouse Iouse of o Salt Saltrnk Sat SatLakl
rnk City He went there thof after aler he hehad hehad
Lakl le
had lost nearly Marl nil al of this thl worlds worl s goodo goodothat soOl soOlthnt
that he possessed and In started a 1 little littlehotel lte ltehote
hotel and Is now doing nlcoly nl tly His Hisfriends 1s 1sfrlcmlw
friends will also be pleased to know knowthut knowthut
thut he Is If 1 doing n good work there thereDEDICATED theremmIATrm
DEDICATED mmIATrm AN OLD QIIAVB QIIAVBThe OnAVIThc
The natlonnl cemetery cCletery In the City Cityof Cityot
of Mexico natonnl also received a visit Isl from fromus
us nnd It I may be III of Interest Intce t to the thereaders thereaders
readers anl of the News 1 lo know that wo wodedicated wcdellcat1
dedicated nnew the I sacred saere spot Illol where wherereposes whercrepses
dellcat1 D Pol Pollelt Collet
reposes the remains of Sylvester
lelt repses brolherot hrother or Heuben neub n D Collet Colet of Uin Uintab Un Untah
let
tab county Sylvester Rylv < Slor was ns n Mormon Mormonmissionary lorlon lorlonmls910nary
missionary In the City of Mexico Iexlo at the thetime thetme
time of our countrys wiir wfr with wlh that thatrountry thutCountry
rountry Country tme and dying there his body ria riaInterred n nIltermi
Interred within eluhtcon feet of itv itvshaft lhshlC >
shaft shlC Iltermi erected crrtld wihin over the graves Jrnel ot the theevcn 111 111Feven
who burled burledthere burletherl
evcn hundred hundrll soldiers Bold IeII are
Feven there The Mormon mission has lucn lucnclosed htcnco
closed therl e there evr I lce ce but ut It I Is to be bereopened beleopene
co reopened leopene by b Rider Bder Ammon M Tlnney TlnneyAS llnne llnneAS
AS TO LAND IlUm GIIANTS GIIANTSAs GHA TS TSAs
As to the thl many wild 11 stories tlmt tlmthave thot11nvo
have been ben printed In roeard rlard to Mexican Mexicanland leI1 leI1land
land grants arnts to t the Mormon lorlon pooplo Mr MrSmith Ir IrSmlh
Smith said that they the were wlrl wholly foun founletlonless Coundftlonllss
Smlh KRil
letlonless The Mormon Church had fe fecured e ecured
dftlonllss cured no now np grants grnts whatever r It I ol oljeady alreafl
jeady IIUB n concession cnnfellion from the Moxl Moxlran Icx
reafl such land at It Ittleslroo Itdlslrel
ran government to buy IIY lald ld
1
dlslrel tleslroo at any an time tlmp and place This Thisconcession Thisolcesllon
concession ruim run for or flfte nrten n yenrs enrl As Aslo f fto
olcesllon
lo President Ivins Apostle AI1910 Smith Hmlh Bald Baldthat 111 111that
that Ireshlelt the former had hnl been b n made agent agentfor alent alentfor
syndicate and had be n nileltgatcd ndellgatld
land
for a large lalge 111 8yndlrl hal
dellgatld ileltgatcd I the rl lit to dlspngp of t such suuhland suchlald
as he st SW > w fit
lald land for the syndicate RI f
n
FR1TSCH GETS OLD CITY BALL IALL CORNER CORNERKnocked COI < NER NERhnockcd
Auction Sale for 36000Be 36000Believed 36000 Dc Dclccd ¬
Knocked Down to o Him Im at Todays Aucton
lieved lccd That the City Ciy Council Councl Will Wi Refuse to Confirm Confirmthe Confrm Confrmthe
the Sale at so Low a Pigure
JJ2S24 m8 24 Thoro wns a quite qule n crowd crow of ofprospective ofPHI
1 prospective lve purchasers purehutrl hut not 10t much muchbidding muchI
bidding PHI Ihld today In only onl > thrtc of t the sales salesthe snlesIht
I the Iht price frl rising above IIG the upset price priceDmlng price priceI
Dmlng tho former days dn1 of tho sale slle the theprices therkel
prices fUJr rkel have In n n large Ilre majority mojor of cases casesliMii caseshn
I liMii bid hl1 111 up upllule quite freely CNely which has not notbe notI
salen In former formerTodays tormerrUN
be n Ihe custom al lax
I rUN bn Todays TOar wlea tles were No 0 3 lleserve lleserveflllver Iuere Iuereflher
flllver Lake Summer Ilctorl rtoberl A AIr AI
flher Ir hton KT9 r lots IS and all 19 block blok 3 3i 3I
i I Klnneys I Irlhton Copper C0l11er Plant Ilanl Maria H I Pettlt PettltI Pelt
I I 11W lnny pan of o secllnn 1ectnn 27 township tOInlhlp 2 2I 2Iuth
I south Iuth range r31 e 1 west Wlsl Oscar O car Pearson Pennonf134
1 ji34 JMft of section l clon I township 1 1north 1north
f134 north range 2 west Ilthan J Jeremy Jeremytll20 Jtram Jtramt2
tll20 InlH Ifll mle D 10 nnd MI11 II block Iloclt 14 1 Capitol CapitolHill CapitolJI
Hill t2 addition nlldilon Halnla lalnla C Iloenlnch IloenlnchI3 Ioenlch i ilots
JI I3 lots K 2 nnd 24 and Inrl east half hal of ofU
U Hlg Clly ly Park lark addition alllton Olen O n H HUothwell I
Bg
Uothwell 2 JtDU 191 port of neellon Mclon 2 2townihlp 2I
I townihlp Bothwrl 1 north range 2 west Ethan EthanJ Fthan FthanJ
J Jeremy Je m JC001 001 lots lob 2 and 21 block blockArtlier hlGcktJr
Artlier Kullock Kulok addition nlhtlon J T Tstrlrwer TStrlnlr
strlrwer tJr UU1 < Ms Intl 10 J nnd 11 block 2 2ilmt 2Mlt
ilmt Strlnlr I Snow Jr JMJI fa31 part prt of oftlon I Iton
tlon Mlt tovn townhlp hlp J luth outh ranxe rllCI 1 wMt wMtAnn WIst WIstln
Ann ton I II rrowthw Crwthpr f31 UG lot lolli 17 block Mok 2 2annex 2annex
annex ln I to Deskys Jc1krf subdivision 81ldllllon socond socondK tcnd tcndI
I K I C Ucknor IJckncr IJckncrturn JJ JJturiwl
turiwl from rm WashlnBton Wahln ton yo otud otudhrII trday trdayhaving
having turn h n ab ubtut > etit from rom this oily ciy for forthrVe torthre
thrVe hrII wwk wHkf t i t in the Ka J t attending attendingto atendllg atendllgto
to thre bualnes udne4 oonnrcte Cnrftl < l with the ttl estate of ofhis othls
his Into uncle This Thil morning morllg he Jtotfrd Jtotfrdbat tltM tltMtbl
unc
bat the l a the wll 11 met metpome metomo
pome tbl days leoteM aso And une Hied t1 artlcls rtcls of In Incon InCftrtc
con omo rntlttn of the John Sherman Shrman Ifo Jl Jltnle
SlTSffinr Cftrtc tnle umtet Illot the law lal of New NewJcrtey NonJ
Jcrtey J re OIjUU We decided he said this ths
c
mornliiT morllnr to keep 11 < 11 Iho estate Intt Inttso Inlnct
so following tolowll the ptoccedur Iloceeul In II gasoa gasoaother IOI oC oCother
other Inrco estates esttlS wo decided deeidet to tocorporate In IncOflOrntl
corporate cOflOrntl and III will wlllortro derive mi 1 Inco Incofrom Inrute InrutetlOI
from tlOI the proportionate IIlpOrlolltt distribution distributionthe dlstrlbnton of ofthl
the thl revenue accruing nccrlllg from tho 10 ctu ctuThere OtltC OtltChoro
There will wi bo another meeting meetng of oflegatees the theIlgntees
legatees noxt Ioxt week weel and providing Ilrlttug t ta tllt tllta
a nuoruni can be secured Sllurell without i ipregeneo Iny Iny11relll
pregeneo 11relll 0 I shall sh1 not return rlllr to nttend nttendbut nlelll
but I will wi not 10t know kio II until ultl I twelve twelvewire Itele 1
wire wireComing wllo wlloComlnl
Coming Comlnl down to other olhr toplM topic l lSherman AII
Sherman Shlrnll stated that trnvtl trlv 1 btth illh ei eiand eaat eaatanll
and wost ot we exceptionally eXrtJtII ly heavy t tuinmer thl thllUnmt
lUnmt uinmer There Is morv rol attention ateuUon 1 1Ing be bellI
Ing llI given to tl trw WIlt in th the Hart 11 til tilhas thAn thAnhas
has evor been bl81 bf lr > that Illt I can reme remebor lemel
bor h will sull Duffilo Duf1I1 biiilnens uln 11 I IoeptlomiUr IcelllonnUr
oeptlomiUr celllonnUr Uood 1001 anil Ilt the people tin tinare there therear
are ar jubilant jubli11 I wa WI9 talking Illklui to a r rroaj ral
roaj mAi man 11 In 11 Dncr on Friday Fiday a ahe al11 al11he
he told 101111ne me that fully flly oow O tourlil tourlltl wi wiuxpocUd Wtl WtlexpOolll
lo visit lllt Colorado
uxpocUd lulorl o Ihii sui suimer sUImer
mer merMr Mr Sherman also 1190 stated 8tal 1 that tin tinw Ihere Ihereconlld
w consldorttblo conlld ro le Interest Inttrlt and ant pcil pciltlon
tlon ton beltitt tlrll inanlfcsii ranltpllln In the 1Mt t In I Iturd r rIrd
Ird turd to th thp > Clark Ctlk road rOld and that h h hheard hal1 hal1btal
heard btal It I from several AV fAI source tlmt t tPan lio liofan
Pan fan Twlro people 111 were erecoll1 icourmg t tci 111
ci n unary I I tlY to get JPt tiiKlncerlny tnIIIC1J corps orl18 In i idcr or ordel
dcr del to rush rUlh the Furvwa FurvwaOGDKNS lur s sGgN
OGDKNS GgN TAX KICK KICKof lUOKU
U clclg of Iliisliiess Bn lne8g Men lcl Arc IC Tak TakUniler Inkcl
Uniler UII Atlvl onicMit onicMitSpecial IWlt IWltSIIPeal
Special SIIPeal to tho News Newsn NcsOrln
Orln n Juno 24 The Weber coun counrnnimltpioncra counly counlyronlll
rnnimltpioncra ronlll flol1rl ft at aa a u I board boart of equt equtlo eual eualIZIIlol
lo IZIIlol lion Kiday 111f and llHtened ItUrell to the cor corputlnt lom lomIJllnl
putlnt IJllnl of a business ullnlll men and ald ctlins oth I wi witik who whota
tik ta the iinnnul arlunl that their a ffssmlnt ffssmlntIM Mssme Mssmewas
was IM too t liigh 1lgh After llatniliiff lo thi thiotijiftions their theirJeflfns
otijiftions Jeflfns the matter water was 09 tuken und unduMiement under undera
a uMiement uMiementEM
< IeIClt IeICltmlNgN
EM mlNgN I NKNT DANISH ANJ H ACTOR ACTORilVPII
ilVPII 1111 11 KlltlllHllbtic Hlthl llstc ltOCltoiI HCcIIIOI I IHlH IJY
HlH CoiuitryiiiiMi In Suit IuHe IuHeAbout
11 COlI 111 II lll Lilli LilliAbout
About one 01 hundred hUI < ed and Inl fifty fty KcanO KcanOnavlaim fkulll fkulll11la18
navlaim 11la18 uf lt this city el assembled IfH mble In II Chu ChuHallHlclinnln Chulr Chulr1alHr11rdn
HallHlclinnln 1alHr11rdn street Ilreet on SiUurduy Itudl eve eveIng oen oenlng
Ing und IUII unjoycd a 1 program Irogrm of slngln slnglntnualc Illgln IllglnmUIl1
tnualc mUIl1 nnd i equations The star o ot tl tlevening tho thoovenlng
evening 1lllcdlntknl nua the c lebrotod lelrotud aclor ncor fro frothe trom tromthl
the thl Hoyal 1001 Theater Jheltert of CopenhagenIJe CopenhagenIJemark COIJlnlmgelJcn COIJlnlmgelJcnnlrl
mark nlrl Mr I Kllth Elth Ifcumert Ulet who 10 pawin pawinthrough IJllfet
through thloulh the city cl on 01 his wny IY to Ss SsFrancl San San1ralct
Francl 1ralct co c Mr 1 r Hnumcrt neurett recited recied so1 so1oral soornl
oral oluBdrnl clutlll plecai 1lec and all demonstrnlt demonstrnltthe d dtl
the tl great Irlnt scope of his talent piovln piovlnlilmsolf 1II0vlll
lilmsolf blllt as putverful In pathos paUIR as Oi 1 1reBlstlllt Ir Irleslslle
reBlstlllt leslslle In humor hUlor Hu Il rend Icad tl tlFinnish lhe lheFinnish
Finnish poet Ilet llunehcrgs Ihlehef s Sven Dufvn DufvnIn Dutvl
In a 0 truly Iltertul masterful manner lalnl nnd Ind the thetook than thantoolt
took th t house OISQ by 1 the way In which whlche whichhe
he toM i AOle oiie slorlcs Itorles by 1 Dimmniks D nlnlls bei beiOne beli belihllolM
hllolM One On of thi th beet numbci numbcion lumberl
on the program progrnt vas rnR a monolnguo monolnguowhich monulo uu ot otwhlh <
which whlh he himself hhmel Is the author Tl Tlprogram The TheIlrlgrm
program Ilrlgrm vas varied vltled by lohluC olo of Profw Profwnor Prtfl Prtflor
nor or Antluin nlwl C Lund Mrs 1s Christine Chrllln Atdei At Andrson
dei drson son and Profqfisor ProfQlsor Anderaon AnderaonMr
Mr II Jleumerl brlnti hlln gjetlliiKS glltl 8 I IDanes to toDonl
Danes Donl In this country from tr nl the Pants PantscnnMi Danl81
cnnMi rrwn prince Since SIUw hli hlllrrhni arrival In II U UUnited th
United Unied Slate he ha hall nppoared nppOrel In Il N1 N1York New NewYork
York Philadelphia Ihlldollhla Perth Amboy Cn Cncago Cillrngo
cago Ilnclno Jarll nnd In < here He le was v tr r rmuch
much Ilch plcnsed llroHor with wih Fait Sal 1akc llkl City nn nnthe nll
the organ recital e lol In the Tabernacle o oHnturdiiy on onntudn
Hnturdiiy ntudn impromod ImllrllHol1 him very ty mucl muclHU nluchH
HU H visit l to Baltulr 8alalr nnd Mi the plunge plunlo I Ithe In Inthe
the brine nro among tho events of hi hilong his hislong
long Journey JourneyJlr Jouroy JouroyIr
Jlr Ir Heumert Hellert will wi probably pas pasthrough pneAthrouh
through this city again Ilaln on Iho llth 1h r rluly of ofTuly
luly and anl there Is some talk tal of anklnilm ankln aMdnghim
him to Appear pJr In a nlotar larttar IwHl 1W1 ptrhitp ptrhitpat
at the gait Lulto 14111 TlifWir lhcacl A JUJ 1H 1Hif
wLr wLrot
if tadlM l ll and Kentlemen fntcmel Interested Intflt3te I IScandinavian In InScnnlnIlnn
ScnnlnIlnn Scandinavian drntnatU c1rltatkJlt art will wi be be helin heM heMIn
in the thl Fourteenth Avaru Wil next Wcdncs Wcdncslay Wednesday
lay evening lo discuss dlpcu f that thl piopoaltloi piopoaltloiGKN PIOpositOl
C
GKN m OAIIIES JAlIiMvS Vi IWI IWIWhe T TIVhcn
Whe IVhcn Arms IIIR of HID Sllrlullrcd Snrrninlcrcd Fill Fillpliios 11
AVcio fihen
pliios 11 Up UpSanta UpSanta
Santa Cruz Province frolnce of lt Laguna P I Ilune IJune
June 21 4When When ien 01 Callles Cale surrend surrendred surrenderel
erel red today with wil CiO C5 men und COO GO title titleic 111t
Ic ic cnlfrcd ent led Santa Hnntu Cruz to the music luslC o omtive or ornaUre
mtive hands which were clravui Irawn up 1 1ilx II
six ilx lines lnes In II the th church yard lrl Cutllei Cutlleimd Clles Cllesand
md Ills staff star erneied 11tIcd the church when whennufs whermus
nufs wits ts tulcbrntcd lllebratel by Chaplain Hart Hartif
ot if Ihu tl Eighth 1 United Unle1 States Stltes Infantry InfantryThe InfantlY InfantlYrh
The rh column pasied palel in review bvfon bvfonhe leON leONtw
tw he United Unlld Stales ttlte army alIY headquarters headquartenvlth headquarterswlh
wlh vlth arms arlS at port relurned retured to the tht en enlusure encosure
cosure lusure where hee they tile surrendeied surrenlered theli theliIdes Ibelrries
ries Ides nnd iccelved receler receipts entltllnf entltllnfhem entllnl
hem to thirty thlrt pesun each All JI the rucolpts ru ruclpts
clpts were dffponlt d 1 In tho hats ol olallies ot otlllle
lllle allies nnd 11 his olllcers Callles Cales InMlstng InMlstngthll inslstlnj inslstlnjhit
hit the tht arms were not being sold but buiicloiiged butblIul11ed
blIul11ed icloiiged lo ihe thl revolutionary reohllonar govern governlent Iern Iernnell
nell lent and 11 tlmt the proceeds proceels must go tche tc tothe
the he widows and orphans During the theuncnder theIUlnder
IUlnder uncnder of arms Irms Cales allies and his staff staffho stat
who ho were outside out9ldt tho enclosure wept weptThe Wlll
The olllcers olceN afervaul walked walktll lo head headuarters headquarters
quarters where Calllfs cniles tendered trller1 his hlaword hiswonl
word to Gen Stunner Slmner who gallantly gallantlyanded Ialanly Ialanlyhlnlled
hlnlled anded It back den Oln Suroner r nlso nlsonndod nlsohandod
nndod back 1 k the revolutnlst reolutl nlst ling linghlch 111
whIch hlch Callles Cntes will wi personally porsonaly present to toen toGen
Gen en MacArthur Ocn SumnT con conratututed on onIratulutpll
ratututed rallies niIM on his surrender surrendernd
Iratulutpll surrenler surrenlernnll
nnll nd the thC latter laUIr responded that It wns a anppy ahnppy
hnppy nppy dRY t Taguna province provinceThe frvlnee frvlneerhe
The presl Ilresl i of the Federallnts Fererl t In Innguna InLn
Ln nguna una mnde a 1 patriotic Rlriotc address Adles to tole totl1
tl1 le former ormer Klllnlno FIIlno ofllrers and then thenf IINI IINItIl
tIl f lattor Intrr ni nll c the rank and file of the thelllpiios thelpl
lllpiios lpl tiHiic the oath of allegiance allegianceiihllcly altrlance altrlanceluhlrbln
luhlrbln iihllcly tn the plaza plazaPrank plazorrnk
Prank rrnk Mekln lplln the inserter 11ulrter of the Ihehlrtywveiuh theInflntr
hlrtywveiuh Infantry Inflntr who ho had bwn bwntln bnncln
ncln tln ns t a llruiimut with wih the thl Insur Insurants InaurIents ¬
Ients ants under unde Calllw all nnd RIII who surrend surrended surrendeed
eed ed today vns WI plnced pIa reI In II Irons IronsRrcy honsS
Rrcy S C Uny In Stnili Improved ImprovedNcxv lulltmld lulltmldNcw
Ncxv Havon Conn Juno 2 2tAter 2tAterpnulng After Afterisslng
pnulng isslng a fnlrly tnlrl restful roetfll night nlht Secy Secyay Sey Sey11Y
11Y ay who arriving late yesterday etur l at atle lt ltthe
the le residence of Seth H Mosley 109Ie where wherele wherethl
thl le body OW of his sin IQn lay In wna stricken strickenIth Ilrlcken Ilrlckenwih
wih Ith physical IJh lrol collapse lapM wan a very vcr much muchiprtivrd mlfh mlfhIml1Irl
Iml1Irl iprtivrd this morning At 9 oclock oclockreceived oclokhe
he > received a call cal from Dr Gilbert Glherl his hislyslclnn hisIlhYFlclnn
lyslclnn The doctor found fomil Col Hay Hnyi
10 i much better helr that he permitted IIrmlted him himi himto
to i sit up nnd while whie directing dlrcetnJ that he hemain heremain
remain main quietly Ilultl In hU roam rom for the day daypressed dnyoxpeltlhl
oxpeltlhl pressed Ih belief heler that ho will Ti bo able ablei alle
10 i leave lele the tie city clr this evening If nece neceiry nte ntee
e iry iryImmediately
Immediately IY IY1mm1Iatel after the departure of ofo otth
th o pliyBlcInn Per Hay arose ArSt une und had hadcakfnst hAdbrenkra
brenkra cakfnst t In his mom r fm No o definite delnllo plans plansr Illan
Cor r the funeral Cunrrl will wll l 11 fixed upon Ulln until untilc unt
tlw c arrival of Mrf Iay and nd her daugh daughr
ter r who arc ar I > M thli afternrxin afternrxinnm ateron ateronfrom
from nm Newbury N H Ihelr tletr wimmer wimmerimc Imrer Imrerhome
home imc Meanwhile Ieanwhll however hovo arrange arrangepnts IHMnf
mlnts pnts are tre belnc 1lnr made tentatively tentahetT fnr fnrpnrture Corccparluro
ccparluro da pnrture with wih the body bod later In the theCntine theda
Cntine Cnln llnii llniilluffnlo 1nlo nrlt nrltBufalo
Bufalo lluffnlo N Y June Tunl lThe canoe canoeces cne cnerae
rae ces nt the PnnAmerlean Pnn1rfCAn eipoajtlon eipoajtlondor ellllm ellllmuncr
uncr dor tho nugplew nU plr of the Amerlewn Amerlewnnoe AIrIMr
Canoe noe wKftoclntlon R claton bognn olln this alter alteron IIU IIUnon
non on There Thel are ar twentyt event Iyrt on onB onthe
the B two days pjtiKram rl American AmrlJ and andnadUn andCanQdldn
CanQdldn nadUn crewn crwl PI1 will llm eompit tt in the half halfd haltfnd
fnd d mile mie nuioo IO rnow rnowConilolrnuu rnc rncCOIIIIrlf
Conilolrnuu COIIIIrlf lor Sccv NY HOT HnyiVnMilngton HOTWMhlngton
iVnMilngton June 3lT 2TI < lgram gr of ofndolrnce ofcndolente
cndolente ndolrnce from rrm all ni parts nt the til world orl
nre 9 mining to the atate department tartmfnt to toy loI1RY
I1RY y ndilr nlllril < Hw < iil to t S ay vy Hay TMY ardg rd are areo nreolio
olio o being reoclTea reIve at the HILT home homepreislngrepret homooxpreulnJ
oxpreulnJ preislngrepret preislngrepretCompexcr STet STetCOIIIII
Compexcr COIIIII Cr Siilninun Dcnd Dcndx cIlI cIlIIondon
Iondon x > ndon June 24 IThe The composerarljs composer compollerCharI
CharI arljs Kcneington Salaman Is dead deadwai de d dlie
lie wai 111 67 7 yeais cf age
TWO TWO HUNDRED HUNDREDPEOPLELOS H NOREO NOREOPEOPLElOST
PEOPLELOS PEOPLELOSCloudburst
Cloudburst Causes a aGreat Great Flo Floin Flood FloodIn
in West Virginia VirginiaiUOLKRTY VlrglnfalHOPJmllY
hmN8E hmN8Ef
iUOLKRTY LOSS LOSSllitllronil1riirU
f
Jllh 1I1 llitllronil1riirU iVftnlinl UfU Inll A i iIron 11 11lrOIl
Iron llrlilcu Hciiroj 1I1 Ni1 Ni1crixn C Crrtlu
crixn luuMui far r l lNew ut utr utIIV
r
New IIV York June 4 413luefl I r ttnl1 or orlJIu
13luefl lJIu nllldl ld n Va VaIt 1 wh iJ liij illlo illloIt
It It I eaUimitud tlmt tlmt 290 liven wo wolust wore woreIIIt
lust In the KlKhern fluoJi nIQ rthl The Theto dRmnJU dRmnJUto
to thu Norfolk Wattifn WattifnttktlmuiKl HllltlaU It Itthl1utld
ttktlmuiKl at a halt million flouuri UIlI1f1 nito ni
to thu Ihleuat coal coinpati llllqIHlIMIldUllhl llllqIHlIMIldUllhlIt shiMt tmilvlduu tmilvlduunt
nt inn million dollars llllar Saere U I i icommunication lU lUCOll1llUnlrllUIJII
communication with any iulnt tunh tunhdoHii LUrlherdown
down the nlley hlle than tiutburn 1 a aunable am amIIn9oJlo
unable it t1 tell l ll whether ouwl OllfollHc tu uula uulaunce nlltUUl
until further l lcomas In >
unce UUl Mill bo nevilcil I ICormnlll1t
Cormnlll1t comas In InTUB f
TUB l FUtST FUtSTUiJi lUSl ln Wts WtsW I
W IL1l1ngtII UiJi Juue Ju 24 24 Tw 1I followh followhnin olllhlj olllhljlIlpudll
lIlpudll nin navo been roeWieu IOC li by tJ U UWellington thll thlla
Wellington a > 1 HI ton foal reftnlin lleIIJ u reporu reporutuiu flVon1011II
tuiu 01 lito by flood in W Ywfi VhKtntu VhKtntuiiluefleldi 1IKllllnl
iiluefleldi l VV a nJ JUte WKlueIn WKlue 3FluodIn
In Ilicuhomus county untuning tt IK lhU lhUJuhnstown 01 01Jvhnlttolln
Juhnstown Two huiidud eirowneilm eirownei
lm m > isilble < to eatimate c th V 1111I > uf proj projpony IlropIIINt
pony ponyHoituuke Hoituuke W Va JuilfiS IIIIU3Cloul1 IIIIU3Cloul11mlit Clout Cloutbunt
bunt Pocnhontas division Norfolk NorfolkWat NQltolkWtItlrll
Wat WtItlrll rn this morning Ka pytOlle tonu Elli Ellihoi IWchorn
hoi horn n Vivian and un other uthlll1 ttnvna nM wipe wipeout wlpeaoUt
out outHMIroad HMIroad dlspnlcheii ISI1JJtch II wfr that K Ki DJO DJOI
i e were ln lot t One hoUMWft hoUlii ittt In Koj KojHtone ho hofllOIa
Htone TwentyIUo wenu11 II to1 thirty mllos c cirack ot ottrlk
irack dmroved dmrovedViiJ deFlrOY8fllld
ViiJ lld CAlISCn < DY D LOyjJULflST CIol1uueitsrBluenell1 LOyjJULflSTlilutneldi
lilutneldi W Vs 8 Juno ThIs ec ectlon actlon
tlon hufc Ild Juit been vl vlslod to < v by a Mom Momthe 110Ullthe
the extent eif which in aU piobablhtj piobablhtjwill III obublllt obubllltwill
will e ellual < imt or eecKl thai of JOhnstow JOhnstowIn
In ISM o fnr a UM lo 10iJIJt of propert propertII
1 II > concerned concorn Early yestaiaay reml I mornlir mornlirsherllv 11I0rniniBhltt1v
sherllv aflor mlilnchl a aa wavy down downPIJV downpJ1
PIJV of rain begun acoonanled CO ntlflllleel by byntvero 1 1CVIt
ntvero electric xtorin wlrjen wl el Inciefisei InciefiseiIn
In olutne continuing1 for severn severnhuuis Hltveral Hltveralhuuls
huuis The rh uttinii continued c through throughoat
oat the entire liar nnd nbjlit n 1It and IInl at 1 1n 10 10II
n m while the storm ha has abated th thlowering the the1Icl
lowering 1Icl n clouds throoteri another tor torrifli1 torrlll
rifli1 rlll Jownpour at nnymomdit nnymomditM nl1 momrnt momrntIaI
M IaI iiy miles of the th Norfolk West Western Wllstrn
ern rn uilroiid U track lirl1 nnd tele telemvih ttI ttIgra
mvih gra h lines aie enllrely Jpitroved ltro pt1 am amcomrininKttlon anll anllrOmlTlUIIIIlon
comrininKttlon Is entirely cut off weg wegKlkborn W Wn
n < > Klkborn m lhllrn no that It i Imnoislble t tleKin to <
leKin tli I lull extent ofIho of 111 lots of llf llfand lICe lICeIIIHI <
and property propertyDAIAUh IItJllltttyTJIIJI
DAIAUh AT MONTOOMKHY MONTOOMKHYMonlgomory ONT IFI1 IFI1Montgomory
Monlgomory W V Va a June J 21It It li liestimated 19 19cl1t1mpted
estimated thai tho storm I ml waihouti waihoutiof
of Sunday did 75000 damngo Illilll e to prop property
erty 111 In ihls vlolnlt The grtatCH grtatCHdahitire grflllelildlth
dahitire dlth fe wan to o th 111M co CItI1tPl jtVrt lMH jvhlrj jvhlrjerc thlrhenOfl1riylelnollqtpd1itno
erc enOfl1riylelnollqtpd1itno pnrtly demolNheJ liqt no lives an anknDftii e eknowtI
knDftii to havo been lost lostSTOHIES 11 t tSlOmE
STOHIES OF PASSKNOintS PASSKNOintSHonnoke lASSI NOlmS NOlmSHonnolc
Honnoke Vn VaJune June Si 24When When th thpns the thepnlAfntOr <
pnlAfntOr pns ngcr train from 10111 tif ti west over tin tinNeirfolk IhpNOlfolk
Neirfolk Western stlrn railroad ni mrlved mrlvedthl8 rivet rivetthin
thin morning there were many p people peoplenl opl oplit
it the stttdon who hail walled anxious anxiously
ly all night for the bclaled news n W9 cnr cnrrler cnrriel
rler from 10111 the devastated coal fields ol olIVest otWest
West Virginia Amorc hose on this thlflinln thistl1ln
linln who had beon bc en In the storm wore a aprominent a aI
prominent business man of Hoanoke Hoanokeseveral Honnolloseerlll
several railroad men and a vomnn and andwo anrtwo
I two wo children They came direct to toUewnoke toHoalkf
Uewnoke from rfJI11 vlvlnn and were com comjelled omIflIed
jelled to walk oleven < miles to Knnls Knnlsvhcrp gnnlswherp
vhcrp they were < < natiled lo get n trnln trnlnor tmlntor
tor or this city cll These pasucngcrs feel feelonfldeiit feflllont1dent
onfldeiit Hint not natlnore more than 100 people peopleinve people11I1e
11I1e inve lost their lives The mountain mountainllntrlct moun lain
I district lying back from roln the rnllronda rnllrondarobably
robably has miffcied heavily nnd thn thnxiut IheeXIH1
xiut loss of life will nol be known for forievtril Corse
se ievtril ri11 days daysa 111sHAIIHOAD
a llAIkNOAD MANS ACCOUNT ACCOUNTA
A railroad man who has been work workng worltInK
InK ng at Vivian toM the Associated Press Pressoneepondent PresIorreslloncnt
oneepondent that the rain stnrled stnrledast atllrtcdla8t
la8t ast Friday night nnd shortly after afternldnlght nftrInfdnfrhl
nldnlght the heavens seemed to open opennil OllenIII
III nil poured forth greul volumes of ofvater ofwater
water Wlien 11ell the cloud btirsl over the theown thetown
town own of Vivian there was a passenger passengerrain 110
rain standing In the railroad yards yardsibout 111118About
About forly tort passengers of whom three threerere
i
Ier rere < women wero ero In the cnr The Theater I Iwater
water ater rose rapidly nnd soon WAS over overhe I
the he trucks of the th cars Houses nnd nndnrs an I IInrs
Inrs nrs were being washed about before beforelie i iIhe
Ihe lie eyes of the frightened passengers passengerstopos IlnS8lnlerl1topos
topos were thrown to the cars nnd the theial I ImnlE
mnlE ial pnssengeis PIRS III < es caught them and wud wudd wI1l1od
od d through the water waist de tlNI p to tolaces to1IIIC05
laces of safety Il et Tho ladles were too loomch toomuch
much frightened to get Into the water waternd waterane
ane nd were placed on the tender t of the theIHlh1ne he henglne
nglne where they th y were re safe Other Otherortlons i
portions of the railroad yards wero weroashed w ro rowashed
washed out nnd a hundred box cars carseie emsWH
WH eie wrecked The house In which the thetlon theaectlon
aectlon tlon master at Vivian lived VM WIIwOlhed VMa
wOlhed a hed a way A yiun gon of the see seeon seclion
lion on master rode on drift wood 001 for four fourilUs
milEs ilUs and wns then lodgtxl in a tree treeom treotrom I
trom om which he wal ra renued rt lUI A < V colored coloredptlon coloredIIpl1t1on
ptlon hand was wn drowned The rain rainas raincOllsd
cOllsd > as d fnlllnc about 0 oclock Saturday Saturdaylornlng Haturtlflmornln
lornlng There hns been no rain since sinceud llntenlld
nlld ud the streams are gradually falling fallingDAMAQR nllln nlllnD
DAMAQR D IOE AT VIVIAN VIVIANA 1IANA
A big furniture store and n large largeothlng hugeIothlng
othlng house were washed WA8h 1 uway nWt nt ntIvlan
Ivlan ns were also about u dozen dozennail tlozcnmall
nail dwellings In the lower portion portionf
ot f the village Two dead hod bodies lei both JJothIolon bothlorod
Iolon > lorod men were seen nt Kckmnn 1 and andiree nndthree
three iree colored and one white corpse at atmplre IIIJ
J mplre Two Iron bridges brld werr > nnshe wRAh1away < l livay
away ivay nt Vlvlnn and another ut North Northork orlhFork
Fork ork Junction nnd IInl three porsons erSOIlIl nre nrepe OfeNporlP
NporlP pe > rt < l lo have been drowned near the thetier theIlltior
Illtior tier place pin ct All he brldifen nnd atlfltrlIte Irenllo Irenlloork
worl ork have been washed a aWllyon way on tho thotnmonu thothnmonl I
thnmonl tnmonu rlvrr branch IJt nch of the Norfolk NorfolkOBtern NortollWfItern
WfItern OBtern system All telegraph lines linesdown I1nllIIr
IIr down and tracks nro Ixxdly washtd washtdU wash lI lIout
out U on the division divisionThe IlIvl1lonIhl
The people who came from Vivian Viviand Viviandill
dill d not coma through the th town of Key Keyone Ieytone
one but butluounl around It They Tlw state how hower howeer
eer er tlmt the elamnge dl11a e done there Ij Ijithlng I InothlnJor
ithlng like ns gn glfot nt HB reported Nporl d They TheyInk Theythink
think Ink not more limn n doien houses housesrr
Ire rr wnshrnl away a They cannot sny snyur s show
how ur many man If any nn llvos were lost lo t at aty atIeytone
Ieytone y tone Of the ten miles of o rill rillri rtllIJItwHn
ri l etween > Vlvlun nnd Knnli I nnll It Is IsateU 18IItatf
IItatf ateU that there H I not on onr hundred hundredirila hundr1yard
yard irila of track in one pl plllrf re and It Is Isought Ifthotlllht
ought thli division will not be re reLln rlpall
pall Lln > d for a fortnight Fifty people peopleUked peoplewalked
walked over this waahul ont territory territorymday terrltorySUAtly
mday to get from Vlvlnn to Knnln KnnlnMUCH Jmllomcn
MUCH IOS3 BVERYWHBIIK BVERYWHBIIKTlie
Tlie damare earna fI done all over the coal coalIrtfi
111411 Irtfi II a Immense but every eer one seems seemsImve seemsto
to Imve been too greatly excllod nnd Rlldto
to 0 anxious lo get et away to take time timeInquire tlmoto
to Inquire Into the affairs of their theirIghbotn theirnllihLofl
nllihLofl Ighbotn It It certain however that thatugh thRtmuh
muh ugh valuable machinery hns been beenished beenljhCll
ished way 11 Many 18n of the wrecked wreckedrfl
canl rfl along the Elkhorn valley have
been b cn wiuhed down the rlvor and pn pnahly prob probntI
ahly ntI will 111 b bil n total IOBB ldi tItRt t Of Knt Kntthe 1 lInlll lInllltile
the train had little lit tic Irouble gettl gettlIhrouLh gettllilt gettlliltthrju
IhrouLh thrju h lo Uluefluklii JIue tJell Two bridges i igone IIIC IIICone
gone one uchieen Vivian and Wolali WolaliBliaMi0 At AtBhawn
BliaMi0 e the th Hhawnee ConI compa compaloit eOllllHlny eOllllHlnylot
lot all their mine mules which w wIn worl worlIn <
In the NtHhlu when the stoim swt swtdown IIlItpt IIlItptdlWII
down on ihem A repot t from Kcysto Kcystoban 1lr to1l to1lhlll
ban It that a mob of negroes there i ifu t tml
fu ml o lo work olk for J2 21 a day but alt l lunllnK lunllnKallunl1 < > nfl nflBMund
BMund and WBtchlng their chnnce chnncesteal tIJ tIJeleal
steal from the debris AnothKi MUI repi repiy Ilurt IlurtII
II > y that the th number of o dead there thereaewutecn II IIaevetltlfn
aewutecn and that of this number I Ihave tHI tHIhne
have been burled Newnpaiw in inImvft mell mellhpvAlQne
Imvft hpvAlQne tone lo the tl coul Held to get i iliable re reliable
liable Information and 11 nIl U If expwl expwlth 1 1thlll
th thlll i aomrthliiR definite will be IJ knoi knoiwithin kllllWII kllllWIIwlUlln
within the next twentyfour t ltyCour hours hoursCANNOT hoursCANNOT
CANNOT E8TIS1ATI5 E8TI 1 IIC DAMAOH DAMAOHRoanokc DIAcmItoaook
Roanokc Vn n June 21 I Norfolk NorfolkWestern urtolltW
Western W tlrn tifflplftlB hi > it < aay aa owing owingvlr owln to towlrl
wlrl vlr btlnr buill down and no direct cot cotmuiiloAtlon lom lommUllloaUon
muiiloAtlon they arc unable to e emate lI lImille
mate tlio tl1 dainaRo raumd by the lloeMl lloeMlthf nooclll1 nooclll1till
till cool rtolds Thr > do not believe t tdamage tho thoInOe
damage InOe lo property will amount amountWOOOeJO to
WOOOeJO 00000 aa at first reported JI > KNtlmal KNtlmalof tUI tUIot
of 200 liven lout are II now no thought to totoo In Intoo
too great greatMANY rtlrttMNY
MANY CONPLICTINO UKPOUTS UKPOUTSUlrhinoml 1 IOItlH IOItlHlU
Ulrhinoml lU hrnolll1 Vu 11 June 24Contllctli 24Contllctlirepeirte 24Colllllcllnreltftl
repeirte reoclvid here place the IOBS IOBSlife of oflIo
life In the Flat t Top melon by the lloi lloiat lIood lIoodat
at MO to 300 00 It li pretty certain th thKeystone that thater
Keystone er lone hag been virtually wakhi wakhiout wa hod hodouI
out but the low ot llfo there probab probabIH
IH over iilmated iilmatedTh1 1 hna ted tedI
Th1 rh Norfolk Weatern people he heknow helo heloI
I know nothing except that thoy tho Im1 Im1suffered hnve hnvelutrtred
suffered heavy ilainHgen lnmll 11 to truokii tmrllllrllll truokiiThe
I The truck of the fhewupenke Che ulenll Oh Ohnear Ohio OhioIIlor
near Kcyotonc 1 loM In alMn al heavily daniHgi daniHgiand llamlldand
and trnlnn I Ill In RIC ro tied tip There him be bea lJero lJerotrCmendouw
a tiemendou flenul fll nt Chnrlealon ChnrlealonVa W Wa
Va a Several children 1I were drowninear drowni druwllcdtear
near 1KKewell 1KKewellA Iul > ell ellA
A special M the th Dlepaleb from AM AMn Arel ArelII
n r tillable corriHpondnt corrl pon lIt ut Ultieflflil Ultieflflilnyn
817 nyn nil the uews so far IM basttl hallt llanely llanelyIII large largeon
on rumor that facts cannot yet bo ol oltalntxl 0 0tllnlKlluul
talntxl tllnlKlluul and It Is probable the repor reporare repurt8 repurt8fir
are fir Mto 131 tlrern nernUHl nernUHlTWDNYFIVK t tlt tltruo
TWDNYFIVK ruo y FIVI MILKS mr s OF TRAC TRACJONB TnAfICGOIt
JONB GOItColumlJus JONBColumbus
Columbus 0 June 21 2lTlle The Norfolk NorfolWeitern NorfolkWtern
Weitern rftlliond lll uccepl puauet puauetM IHI en enClI
M ClI v for or no point Uth of Wllltamen Wllltamenund lIl1all1eonund
und the Information nt the locul olllci olllciU
U I thai twentyfive miles of track bi biyoml beYOI1II
yoml that polnl Is 90110 90110OOV IroneGO
OOV GO WHIT I INVUSTKIATINO INVUSTKIATINOHunlinglon INVI fTJ1ArmO fTJ1ArmOl1unlllllolI
Hunlinglon W Vu 11 Juno 2 < < jO jOWhite
White la I Here making nrriingoinentB I Iget to toITPt
get tiit and provisions IlrOI Ins for the IlolJ1 IlolJ1slrlcfIn Moo MooBtrlcktn
Btrlcktn district nlinu the Norfolk NorfolkWoste NorfllWORte <
Woste > n riillre rllIrlrI1 > nd He pays he fears th thloath tho tho11Qath
loath lint will exceed WOO WOOUIIIMATUM 11100UIIDlArtm
UIIIMATUM TO STHIICnUH STHIICnUHNow
Now lI Icr orcy r Hallronil Snyn Slen llust llustHt tut tutllctuni
Ht llctuni IIIIn li tll > Work olle by II Toiiuiriinv ToiiuiriinvWllkealmrro OIllUlIUW OIllUlIUWWtlkellllnne
Wllkealmrro Pn June 21 21lhe The Uer Uertral Central
tral Itnilroad of Now Jersey loday i isued II IIIIlIet
sued an ultimatum tu the HOC striker strikerat Htrlkersat
at thu Atihlcy shops of the company companstaling companystiltIng
staling that all the men who do nr nrreturn not notIoturn
return to work tomonow tIiIlOf morning wl wlcgneUler will willQn
cgneUler Qn lder themselves dltfcharced dl an antheir nml nmllhelr
their places will bo tilled with otlic otlicinun olhelII1UII
inun II1UIIrhlR inunThis
This Is Inlei Interpreto1 preled to mean that th thcompany tho thoCOl11tHlI1
company will brlnir nonunion men t tthe to tothe
the shops The strUm have expccle expccleIhls
this move during Ihe lust thrcu dnyi dnyiu dnysaM
u Ihe company eo npal1Y has had a number o oipeclal at atlllehll
ipeclal policemen sworn In The Rtrlk RtrlkTH
TH say lIa there will be trouble If non nonunion 11011union
union men come here hereII hcreJ101m
J101m HUnltll1SIW lJm r rI
I llolllnl II n7l1c I lies Were wf IurHiiInu > II lIln M MWlion 11111111 11111111lu1II
Wlion lu1II Krlt7liicr Altnukoil It Tlirni TlirniCrudock rhlrllCrudoek
Crudock Cape ape Colony Colon Juno 21 JThe JThe11Jltlchlll Th Thleiachtnunt
leiachtnunt nt ut T thc colonial mounted muunteiIlles mountedrilles
Illes which was wn nttnckvd by the Iloon Iloonit Hoorslit
it Vattfrkio June Id WIIH us pursuini pursuinii JluuulnlcIJmandant
cIJmandant i nimandantMulan llallln when Gen Krltzln Krltzlner lltzlll lltzlllger
ger er suriirU d the rules eamp at Wn Wncrkloof Walerkloot
crkloof while ihe colunUil trooponvcro troopon tloOII111weru
vcro saddling up Tho light lasted IW IWmd lwo lwoIIl1d
md n half huuis huuisMoru huUIIIlorl1
Moru Itcatllng lIen Strike StrikePoUsvllK SulkePottsvlllu
PoUsvllK Pn June 24Kmlssarle 24Kmlssarleroin 241 lIlssarlcs lIlssarlcstlOIl1
tlOIl1 roin Heading nnd other points toilnj tOllayvllltccltho toilnjliltCHl
vllltccltho liltCHl thu Palo Alto shops of the liund liundng HUlldIn
In ng company and succeeded In Inllucnc InlnlluencIn Inllucncng
In ng a ijumber of workmen to Join the thetrlkcrs tilestrikers
strikers already out Forty men art artut arelIlIt
lIlIt ut ut Palo Alto 811 nd Hevcrnl at the Bt Btlair StClair
Clair lair shops of the rompany rompanyDcatliH 10111111111Inl
DcatliH 1Inl hll nt Mi Irom IromWnslilnglon Jlninc JlnincWnHhlncton
Wnslilnglon June n 24Hur Surgeon eCJn Ion Jenernl Ionnil
ernl nil Wynmn of the marine hospital to toay tollny
llny ay was wnlllnfllllllc tnfunned by Dr McKay lelfI clunr clunrnntlne uur uurntlne
ntlne olllcer nt Han llo 1 Iego o Cnl of the therrlvul thenrrhul
rrlvul nt thnl port uf a plague lnfe Intect Intectcd < t td
cd d ship Tho Th vessel e88e118 Is the lirltlnh steam steamr
er r Carlisle City which sailed Hum irumlongkong Humllonelcong
longkong on 11 JIuy III 1C and coming via viaokohanm vipYokohnma
okohanm und Honolulu reached Ban Banilego 811nDiego
Diego late last Saturday SaturdayDr
Dr McKay Mrl ny reports rlJ > orts that there were wereIx lrrosix
six Ix dejiths en route five flv of which were weresrtalnly ere erecertlllnl
srtalnly caused by plague and the thexth theIIlxth
IIlxth xth It supposed to have been be > n All the theeatha thclIenth
eatha but one wcre erc among 11m 011 I members memberst
ot t the crew ih thl exception being a Chi Chicgesteerage Chineselteernle
cgesteerage passenger passengerDr
Dr McKay reports thai t nil the others ollicrsi
1111 i hoard arc In Rood nod health h Noverlho Noverlhop
lep p the vessel Is being thoroURhly ills illsi ls lsIntecleoJ
IntecleoJ i fee ted nml kept I pt well nay from the thehalf thowhart
whart half so as to prevent the escape of ofits oCrtll
rtll its as n well as of jicrcons jicrconsDr
Dr McKay Bays that dead rats were wereluml Wereound
luml on the ship before the sickness sicknessnde sloknesstInlle
tInlle nde Its ippenrance ippenranceThe Pl1elUnncerhe
The crew of the Carlisle City CII con contied conIIIUttl
IIIUttl tied of right Europeans and forlyur forly tortyfour
four ur Chinamen The vessel had one oneuropcan oneurnllean
uropcan cabin pas P enKer and twelve twelvetilneee tWllveChln
Chln tilneee t steerage paesengers paesengersMrs
Mrs MiKlnlrv IIJlnh Silll IIII Iinprnvliitt IinprnvliittWashington 1IIIIrmlnuWlIshlngton
Washington June S4 tMr8 Mrs McKlnley McKlnleyntlnues eT lnley lnleycontlnuell <
ntlnues lo lmpro > e nnd tho arrange arrangeenU arrnllJementll
mentll enU to co to Canton next week are arechanged lireunlI
unlI changed nglc The date of departure has hasit hallnot
not it yet et been fixed fixedIrrnlilpnllal I1X I1XIrrlllllnlllli
Irrnlilpnllal Appolntmrni AppolntmrniWashington lIpolntlllronlWoshlntoll
Washington June 24 ItThe Tho President Presidentilay
100Ia ilay made the following appoint appointE appointmrl1tl
mrl1tl mrl1tlSinteh E > nt nttntcChandltr
Sinteh tntcChandltr ndlrr Hale et Eretnry retary of ofration otle
le ration at Vienna Innll Austria Austrialamfs ulltrlaJllmes
lamfs J Ilslley III Kentucky fwretary fwretarylegally Nntarrot
ot legally IrKfltl n n Onntcmnla Otlt mnl nnd Ilonilurni IlonilurniPrwsury IlollllurnTrPSMuryWllllam
TrPSMuryWllllam Prwsury William U I Oerlsli G rlsh collect collectof
or of custom district of Haro Maine MaineInterior tIlJn tIlJnInIPrlorCharlrt
InIPrlorCharlrt Interior Charlw F Ncsler eeler New ew Jer Jery
6 y Indian Inipeelor In pejlor reappointed reappointedfreniury reaJIIlnteJlrcalurCharllll
lrcalurCharllll freniury CharlM M Webster col coltor collector
lector tor of customs district of Montana Montanad Ionlanaand
and d Idaho IdahoIVftrPaymastcrs Il1lhoWftr1IImusloNl
IVftrPaymastcrs Hank of captnln captnlniijene ooltalnIIIJelle
IIIJelle iijene Coinn nnd George B I Plcketl Plcketlntcrior PicketttntrlorI
tntrlorI ntcrior P M 1 Mullln Nebraskn reg regr NIbter
bter r of the land ofllce nt Ilampart City Cityaska CityIaska
aska
LAWSUITS 11 W SClrR AT LOGAN LOOANint
flUlt int City nml RIIIIIIllo llyilo Pork vs lie JIcr JIcrculcH HcrClllcI
culcH Tower owe Company CompanySpecial CIIII1I1SJeClal
Special to tho Neva Nevao Ne J JTogln
Togln o n June 21 An Imporlant la laIt lali laliault
ault It U behiK heard here today tudll lfoir lfoirdge IIffulTUl1
TUl1 dge Hart It IK that of IvOgtui and andrde an 1 1Hde
Hde rde Park ngulnit thr Hercules Power Poweriiiimny vlr vlrcOIUINln
cOIUINln iiiimny Judg > Hrnd IIfndtrlCm rwn uf Salt Saltk
111 k nnd J C Walter uf Ixxian rtp rtplent rtprPJent
rPJent lent the defendants and Nebek Jtker r and andench 111111rlfneh
rlfneh ench the plaintiffs plaintiffsate
Iat ate Saturday night eult was brought broughtthe
In the dMiIet court here by Main And amiInchsster AndWlnchlIter
Inchsster of San Francltui I ranel w for or J5 J5against
720 against al lnet Larson Ia n and Jolly Jol doliu doliulines doll dollbulne
bulne lines at Ulad and Preiton Idaho
OffiCERS CREETED CREETEDWITH
WITH IMPREGA TIO 8 8No
No Government by Injunction the Cry at atthe atthe
the West Virginia Coal Alines ines Guards GuardsHeavily GuardsHenvily
Heavily Armed AIll1edSecret Secret Meetings r Ir I
Mnlteawnn W Vu n June Z4NQ Z4NQv 1 1lIlollmentH
v lopment uf R seiluua nalure nalureSundays tllllrrt lI lIHunlla11
Sundays situation nt thu icenu of Iho Ihostilke tho8tllk
stilke In tilt ThaclerMuilemwnn ce c nl l lHold
Hold At a I secret caucus hold nt IHlhacJclr ntThaekur
Thaekur Satinday Stllnlu night U In I undci undcistood IIl1dIHtollli
stood that vigorous uxpreiitunt tro WlIOmnlle tromade
made by milkers in condemnation eonlmlllulollutJullltI uf ufJudge
Judge Jnckaons metpliig Injunotlon Injunotlonbut
but the coneervntlvoH wcie lI le In the ma majority 1111jOllt ¬
jority and no plan of campaign wvu wvumappoel wuIIIr1J1Pod
mappoel nut looking lo any tre UIIIUiII UIIIUiIIun pu i ion
on Ita condition However till Mtalo Mtaloinent I4tltoment
inent Is nmdo thai the Ih men lI1 n at work workrepretented workIIPIcenlllf
repretented a mnull iiorrtmiuuo IOrCttlllu O of the theiWO tlwj
iWO j inoltil would be pressed Ireallt to tlllUO tlllUOwith III11with
with lh atrlkerv While Ihe th Injuno Injunotlon IIIJunotlon
tlon WUH inndu effective Friday 1 thv < le lefondnnlM 11Condl1l1t
fondnnlM In equity IV1 > uro nut fornmll fornmllHervud tUlllIul1181W
Hervud 1181W until tliU nieirnlng Thu iomc iomcof 1011ICWof
of suniinony met with no particular net netof lctot
of violence although the olllccrn wcic wcicgiectid wel c cIleete
giectid with leois und lmprwiittpn on onby onnellIl1lellt
nellIl1lellt by b Injunction To add addto ullItn
to the spilousneSB of the situation Sher Sheriff HherIrt ¬
iff lltitfleld und n foicu of picked men menwho IIIcnwho
who repotted for or guard duty nt Iho Ihomines thomillet
mines have refused reu lll U > serve nnd ic iclurncd 11turlll
lurncd turlll lo Williamson WilliamsonTo WllIllm oll
To Ihe AsMiicluUd Press roprooonln roprooonlnlive
live tI Deputy White siild IlIhll1l1tlllghl last night We Wedeclined WIr1lInllI
declined lo take tnk a hand In the con controvuray controor
trovuray troor because the demand of thu thuoperators thloleratorH
operators tlmt all Intoicouiso bolwtcu bolwtcuthe h < tWlCII tWlCIIthe
the Btrllteis nnd tIlt nonunion men lI1 n bo bosuspended 110sUlljJendll1
suspended WUH WO manifestly unjust We Weagreed WongrcClI
agreed to prewrvv order piovont In Interference Inlelflrence ¬
terference of otn n violent nature and pro proled lrotcd
led mining properly II 10 lHH t but beyond this thiswe lllsle
we could coull1l1ol not In fairness go goThe o oTha
The guards now on duty In the ex excollieries sixcolllerlJM
collieries In the district are nclectod nclectodfrom IolecludCram
from the ranks of nonunion mon and andnumber IImllIumhEr
number all lold nboul 100 They fht art arthenvlly arthelllIr
henvlly uinicd Thus far they have havesucceeded hlloluecedC
succeeded In enforcing the company companydemand tnrnJl811yIIelomnll1
demand t alnst tn trppnulll pasilnc bv aiilkors aiilkorsIt
It Is expected thnl n crlfls will bo
OHIO REPUBLICAN CONVENTI 1 N I
Columbtis Olilo Jun 21The Ilepuli Ilepulillcan HCllulJIIclln
llcan slate convention convened her hernt hereat
nt 4 j II > in today to nominate a slat slatticket sIn I Iticket
ticket nnd orgnnlzo for or Ute election o oBlnle or orIItatc
Blnle olIlccM otlleerllllnd and members > rs of the louts loutslaturc I III IIIlature
laturc which will elect the aueCcsHOr Ruc esHol o oJ ot otJ
J II Poruker PorukerBenntors JorullIrRennto1l
Benntors ForaKer J and Hnnpa th thj thl thlOhIo
j Ohio llopubtican coni lIln + ssineri ll1e i th thmembers Ihe Ihemembers
members of the former legislatures 1 llsllt rfI am amother and andother
other lending Republicans arrived yen yenlerduy e eterdn
lerduy terdn and were welelll In conference duilni duilniIhe 1l1l1111athe
the night The Indlfatlons are that th thold the theold
old tkket headed by Clov Oo Nash will b brenomlnnled ho horellomlnntc
renomlnnled for ur which the tomiro I Isix Is IsIx
six Ix years cnrs nnd Iho clerIc of the juprtiiv IUlrcfllecollrt juprtiivcourt
court for which the tenure IB llirciyearn three threeenrl
yearn enrl Llout Go iov Catdwell Is oppoaei oppoaeiliy olosedIIY
liy Iho State AntiSaloon league I nlue how liowevor howCVUI
evor because he 1ms been the ullorne ullorneof I1ttorneyof
of the brewers In certain suits Tliad Tliaddcus Ihncldcus
dcus A Mlnshnll has had three term termon
on the KUpreme benth and J II Allei Alleitliree Allunthrle
tliree lerms ns cleric of the oupremi oupremicourt ftuprCfIIOcOllrt
court The former lnus ns hlH IH opponvntiW opponvnti
W n Ciew J H nice Hh e nmlD um 1 A Kus Kussell HusI
I sell nnd thu latter IUIH as his contest contestants conieRtIlnts
I ants A C Crltchlleld Iiwson K Kincr Kincrson lIer lIerI
I son W T McLean Alvn H Hall New Newman Newmall
man M Miller and J C Copplntid CopplntidThe opellll1lllhe
The control of the legislature IB ol olunusual I Iunusunl
unusual Importance this year ear ns the thenexl thenext
next general a IIIAembly s mbly npportlonn tin tinstate thuslate
state under tho census of 1100 for leicls leiclslatlve I Ilathe
lathe representation relre Iltnton ns well a IK otiiui otiiuipurposes othorpllrpOIl
purposes It nlso selects Die succesioj succesiojof 8uccell or orot
of Senulor Fornker nnd ax he Is con considered CDIIsldeored ¬
sidered the Ih hinder ller In the coming ornlll cam campaign cllmJlIII ¬
paign JlIII n much Jnteiesl wns all taken today In Inhla Inhi
hla hi keynote speech as temporary chair chairVETERANS rhnlrYWrI
VETERANS YWrI HANS AT SAITAIlt SAITAIltMembers HA PA lIt lIt3flIIhcls
Members of HID Ntiuvoo oo Leclon Hold HoldTliuli 110111Ihch
Tliuli Reunion This Afternoon AfIClllonlUner AfternoonUnder
Under bright skies nnd fanned by bycool bycool
cool breezes the veterans of tho Nau Nauvoo O au auVuo
voo Legion Mormon Uaitulluii UlllhIIltln Ululi UluliMllltln
Mllltln and those who participated In Intho Inthe
the MI II I with Spain gathered at Hnltnlr Hnltnlrbenili Hnllnlrhendl
benili this afUtnoon In a reunloii reunloiiwhlh Ieunlolwhlrh
whlh embraced the llgh ng over again againof
of heir battles through the medium of ofthe ottile
the mutual exchange of reminiscences reminiscencesnnd
nnd a general len rall1f11 good talk over old times timesThe tlrUllIThl
The orcaelon O was a joyous one on and andmade alll1malle
made doubly to by the piesencc of ofPresident ofIresldtnt
President Snow who went out to Ihe Iheloiort thtrelort
loiort early In the afternoon and mln mlnKled 11111le1
Kled le1 with the hardy ploneets and their theirfriends theirfrlendll
friends nnd famlllcii TluTe was n nlilg nhi
hi lilg attendance among the crowd of 0 old oldmid 0111lend
mid young fuces were seen representu representulive r < INllltntn INllltntntlve
live rltliens from nearly all tho coun counties eJulIIIts ¬
ties nf this stole stoleThe stnteThf
The galherlng was all called lo order orderihnrtly onlershorll
shorll ihnrtly nfter 3 oclock by MajorGen MajorGenial ¬
ial liurtun nnd n short procrnm In InMudlng InludlnK
Mudlng nn nddreis > S Uion the t e history of oftho ottill
till NauviMi uv Ieglon by Ulshnp O F FWhitney I IWhUne
Whitney uns w flln In progress when thlH re reort reo reoport
port > ort eloped elopedPA cloellIA
PA UK CITYsrllOOb CIIY RI IIOOtJ CASK CASKilmv CASgIIr
IIr ilmv HIP Vncancy Rcaner Caiicd by Mclinuijli MclinuijlillnH CljIlIlIt CljIlIlIt111I911111th
llnH 111I911111th Duth Slionlil bo Filled FilledAltorney PilleIAttorney
Attorney General GcntralllrPeden Ilneden lodny gave gwen
n i written opinion to Plate Ite Suporlnton Suporlntonlent < m mdent
lent A C Nelson of the department of ofmbllc o o11UJlle
mbllc Instruction In answer to tho fol folowing tollowlnl
owing queries queriesA queriesrnney
A vacancy rnney has occurred In tho office officeif
of if president of the board of school schoolrustccs 110 h 101 101ttustee
rustccs In the Park City school djs djsrlcl III IIItrlet
rlcl by tho death of that oflleer nnd nndhe nmlthe
he fju > Mlnn arlett how JOUR shall the theppolnted thenppolntfd
ppolnted otllwr s > rve Cnn Cnnho Cf1ntht
tht ho volers of Mid district legally deot deottruntw cll t ta
a truntw lrullt f to nil tin vacancy at tho rog roglar regular
ular lar annual school meeting m tlnl or f Uctlon fJltclonJuly > Uctlonuly
July lth lthAfter Ith1 Ith1Aflflr
After stating < the law eonccrnliiB tlUnt tlUntulijwts tJl tJlbJtorIIl
ulijwts ih thf nttnrn RttnrnfjfntrAI ygen ral rendered renderedhe
the he following ollo1lln opinion opinionII >
II nppoarn frnm frf > M lhi > reading of nxlfon tfltfonlilt
lilt 12 II S that If a vaoancf occursIn occursInb ooour o othe
the b olHce of tnwtee of a achool Imrfi Imrfitie liO f1 f1thl
thl tie remaining traelre trullftlIlIhalllmm shall Imniafltnto Imniafltntof mto
11 f appoint norm quallfed iwrwin ui t 111 1111th 111he
th he vacancy wb shall hold hie hI Mid of ofuntil Ofn
n until till next chool Hectloh elecUonlnrl elecUonlnrlbl and andbl
bl sHCcoMor Is rlMted d and eiul eiulled 1IIIdIned
Ined InedI led ledl
l would ulI say SIt th tt1111 If the rail all provldcnl provldcnl3r
Cor 3r In section U 1f1 II S for the next I It
t
icarhod Wednesday W IIIlUdll when It IK current currently ¬
ly I iitMiitrd write of ojrctrnnnji oJtcunII will mbo mboVIH bo boGiMAtvi
GiMAtvi VIH on tuikoiH occupying oomjmny oomjmnyhoiies oOIllIlnII0lIIIS
hoiies 1ins If anything will pfcglpl pfcglpltalc IU Oliil Oliiltate
talc liotfiiiiiiu us tut even 1111 temporary temporaryquiutiiJ telllllOtatyQUill
quiutiiJ QUill IPIJ could be provldod fjr the thehomcl thehomellI
homcl homellI in men nnd nn their fninlllo fninllloIMnk tlll1l11olr >
IMnk lr A Hill of o Konnok president presidentof Iresldiilltot
of the CnmioltdaUd cnmpnnlcs culrtpnll cs was washer WQIh
her h fI HmvlBv In onfomiee with hla hlaKuhonlliwtfH hlitIU
KuhonlliwtfH IU JI Ild < 11111 tlH nnd alienneyti 1 and andlrtt andlrtthUIIIIII left lefthurriedly
hurriedly for Konrivn l < onllII It Ii believed hI hIhap 113 113hai
hap < x 111111 nn tJ I OKU ChallMton I xton to appeal for forcnupctiitlon t tIIIupiIltllJm
cnupctiitlon of utitte mllltln An re reKurds reYlIds
Kurds tne tll enutp of the strike theni Is Isof IIIIt
It rlllerllw of opinion The union unionin8ml unlollwor
wor in8ml KTagnltlon of the thoeaim theullion
union nl nltin1 eaim that discriminations discriminationsti
tin1 made madeThfy ill < ti favor eif nonunionists njnunlonllslIIt
Thfy Thfyicarhod lIavl 41 > n particular grlovMico grlovMicothe
the dlMhnig of nnc of their number numbern
n ctilmvd man for or Inning tlmo tn attend attendthe I
the United 1 1 Mine WorkerH meeting at atIndianapolis litIillllunnlollll
Indianapolis ax n delegate from their theirlodge I I10eleC
lodge On the other hnnd operated operatedmaintain lIJerotQrllI11l1lntnll1
maintain ibut the strike Is I duo to th th1l1tlll1 Ili3 Ili3rtfiirnl
rtfiirnl uf EuperlntemlPiit E Innb Innhrt InnhrtIIIIIIle rt of ofMniltlnic
Mniltlnic IIIIIIle and hick Fork I rk mined to dill dlsrlviigr dillfIHIItr
rlviigr a iiuiier fiuiii the Ktkhuin ndd nddwho I1clllwhl
who dcdlnri tn oin the union on Iho Ihoground lhoIrouncl
ground he already belonged tn too tnomany tool1Ian
many l1Ian orders to Justify hm In the nil nilillllnnnl 1I111I11onnl
illllnnnl nxpenso Thu wnpc nno eiuoatlon eiuoatlondues IluoHtlondnos
dues nol flgmo the > wagen 11t11l iald averages averagesfrom nVeralilsrlll1l
from rlll1l 3 3 lo J5 5 per day l1n being entirely ontlre sat satisfactory 1I0tIsfllctory ¬
isfactory Five hundred dollars ti week weekIn
In relief funds Is coming Into the Held Heldfrom
j
from the United Mine Workem of ofAmerica otAmerlcn
America AmericaIt
It In stated on geiexl authority thnt thntwnirnnts fhntwarrllniH
wnirnnts will be Issued for or nil partici participants partlelpnntll ¬
pants In recent riots by h the Mlngn o Coal Coalcompany CoalCOI11IJUIlY
company county nutlinrltles The men jncnwill menwill
will be released on ball 1IIIIIIIIId and future crup crupllonu crlllltlO1I1I
llonu will then come under tho Jurisdic Jurisdiction ¬
lOll of the fevlernl fl11 1111 I authorities All Is Isiiulet 111Iulrt
iiulet this morning and na several hun hundred ¬
dred 11 > 1 of the Bilker nre working on ro roptilrn ro1l1lts
ptilrn on the Norfolk rtollt WcHtern road roadbod r01111ld
bod nt Panther no developments dell Illnents uro urotoday 11mxprt
xprt today tr1a
I
man of the convention It Is undr undrutood l lctood
utood that Rtiiator Hnnna will prealila prealilaover
over tht con ntlon tomorrow 101ll0lr when h hwill hwIll
will address the th convenil comcnthlllWhile ii iiWhile
While the platform 111 l IndorK1 the theadministration tillal1mlnlltrnUolI
administration of PitM l1tIIII10 innt M Klulv IIihllYnnd < Klulvand
and nov Nash stronniy It ILIA is atu AluJ AluJthnt ej ejtlmt
tlmt Senators Korakor Illd nd Hanna will willbe to tohI
be consulted on thu dcelnnittuna tti ttinational 111lIatlcn
national Iisues and Clov Nn Nnllll b on stii stiilMtu II IIJIU
lMtu Thfi only lw ue raualnx niv Ili Ilif lrf lrffdiftice
fdiftice f l8nte of opIrAoh IB tluYt th t Iff tpOffl r rtlun ci citlun
tlun tlunThe The delegates met nt 2 p Prll in by IWcqn cpn cpngreMlonal f fgleMlonal
greMlonal dlstrlcln I1lstrl tll to flelect Jet nieirtjiin nieirtjiinof tl11JIrl I14 I14CJC
of the th commltlccH on crcdcntlalR ntleflnnd ntlefl rllel1nnd
nnd order of buslnns IJUlllln 8 etc which wllloh1111 wllloh1111he Will Willbe
be repoitod teport to the convention when It Itconvene ItCOIIIIIPP
convene at 4 n 111 111The m1hl
The convention on > 11 II 011 wns called to order orderrhortly orderhortly
rhortly after I oclock by Peter W Uurr Uurref
ef Clm Clndnllatl Innntl clmlrmun of the Itqpub Itqpubllcan Jt 11Ub 11UbIIcul1
llcan mate central committee Prayer Prayerwas
was offered by llev He N W Oood GOo After AfterievIcliiK Attelvlewln
ievIcliiK Ui last campaign In Ohio Ohioand OhioIIn
and IIn railing nttentlon to tho Import Importance ImportIInCI ¬
ance of the i I riming < contest Mr Ir Uuir UuirIntroduced nUlrIlltrodllcld
Introduced Senator J H Fornker as the IheIcmporary thetllJIpOrRr
Icmporary chairman of the convention conventionOvations < onenllollOlIl1ons
Ovations had been given Forakcr Han Hanna ¬
na Nash ltunhni11 Foster and other otherleaders othfrletdellI
leaders as they till entered enter d the hall but at atthlH atthl I
thlH Juncture Heimtor Fornker Ilorakerwlll4 Ilorakerwlll4rcetcII was wasgreeted
greeted with grcalcr demonstration demonstrationthan
than ever He II then addressed tho con convention conwnllon ¬
I vention ventionAfter wnllonAfter
After the appointment of the corn cornniltleeM commlttet
niltleeM mlttet > M on credentials resolutions etc etcIt Jt JtIt
It wan announced that thesu committees committeeswould com 1lltees 1llteesoulll
would oulll mi 111 el tonight tnl ht and have their re reports rcIlort ¬
ports ready for or tho convention conve 1l1on at 10 10oclock 10oclock
oclock tomorrow tomorrowniljourned tomorrowndjourne
niljourned niljournedschool ndjourne8ehll01
school eledion In not In conformity conformitywith contormliywith
with tlw hi htntule l and fallH to stale that thata
a trustee vlll 111 be elected an election of ofn oCn
n trustee at such meeting mectll1 will be void voidnml 01 01nnl
nml under the th provisions of section 1812 1812II IS12JI
II S the iruiteo I ru t o who ho had been appoint appointed ¬
ed by b the umnlnlng trustees to III Ilia Iliavacancy Ihaornm
vacancy ornm will HI hold tli ofllco 011I co unlit his hissuccessor hiliHuceassor
successor li elected at H legally culled culledelection culledel
election el ctlon and I1n Is duly qualified qualifiedLME IuallnedLATE
LATE LOCALS LOCALSTodays LOCALSTodnys
Todays clearings amount to J623 623 6237gtJ3
73293 ns compared with J3528815S for forthe t r rIhe
the corresponding day of a year ago agoOn
On Wednesday June 20 the general generalboard generalhoar
board of tho Y M 1 M I A will enter entertain cnterIIlln ¬
tain Apostle Heber J Grant and his hisfellow hililIul
fellow lIul missionaries to Japan at attho tho thoIlee
Ilee Hive house the home of President PresidentSnow Irc ll1erit ll1eritSn
Sn Snow SnowHinry
Hinry McKwnn and 0 C Beobc of ofthe
the Slate bank nnd XlonH Havings Havingsbank
bank rcapectlvcly returned homo from fromthe
the Weber today after a five days out outIng
Ing They brought with them 21 trout troutweighing
weighing 112 pounds the result of tuo tuodays
days tailing tailingMrs
Mrs Alice Maud Thompson the wo woninn
ninn who wns committed to the Insane InsaneMtlurn
Mtlurn at Provo last week suffering sufferingKith
Kith acute mania brought on by epilep epileptic ¬
tic fits nnd whom Deputy Sheriff Ar Arfiiip
fiiip had such a time In Retting Into Ihu Ihusylum
sylum died this mornlnc In a fit of ofplUpsy
plUpsy plUpsyThe
The ifmp rature of alt Iake City Citylias
lias been notf > l for Its ciprlce for tho tholist
list few months After nn exceptionally
2 ol spring Saturday became the hot hotlint
lint < l y uf the noticon with a maximum maximumtemperature
temperature of 0 < J sr Today tho thoilxhcst
ilxhcst temperature waa SO degree and andwas
was rwchcd at noon The prospect prospectrc
rc bright however for a few moro moroKRMII
KRMII days l > efore winter fetn > n nM
M Mrs James H Movlt 0 < > o T TVI
VI U and Joseph 15 Cain spit Sun Sunlav
lav in UrlfhtiMi vblrb h y MI nl nlpady
pady Rotiumlnff Its numinrr Hiity HiityPJiiy
PJiiy npiirt mu < h damn i tv i ul ulij
ij Pig Cottonw o < l csn ln lv if 01 01if
if lh priiwnce ol hi p lierd Iho Ihoi
i > art rnpcivlror of tb illHtrlf ill bo boiratd
iratd i that th lfp nr J > t ut uti
i Kr at r dliitanoe f > A be nij nijTh
Th funeral r > = ovpr tho I ite iteluhn
luhn K Krt n > it nol be heM at athe
he faf i i i i wit HIM in inlour
lour 4 t t < l Id In UK West Westnlmt
nlmt r Prf sbytertan < rivrc i n r < urlh urlhVp
Vp t liftmen First nnd S nJ Hutb Hutbfi
fi iU ufteriiixin nt J oVlH Th > V Vri
ri > nv nt ul l > In < hirrc thn Vn Vnn
n nil rd of tab nf uhl < h ttw de dei
> i i membtr FiinJa r > tpect tpectuliy
uliy InvUeJ
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