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J U uM OF OEVI U BUILDINGVISITED BUILDINGI BUILDING BUILDINCVISITED
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4 ted Last WightInsurance 29000 29000Some 29 29000p OO OOSomeEciting
p Some SomeEciting Exciting Scenes
The physical pby lCol building of the UrnFity Unlvor Unlvorpity UlilvorIIlty
1 pity of Utah was wu destroyed Ile troyed last night nightby IIlllhlby nhihtby
by nre Tho contents of o the struo itrUOlure truoturo
1 turo were completely consumed and andonly 01l1only afltj
only Hie Walls loft standing Through Throughthe
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the hclolo nnd devoled work ork ot omu omuof omuot omoCf
of tho student and IIII profcssorc a num number numlier nurnber ¬
ber of books were saved uve and nlso nl o n nportion 1Jlortlon aportion
portion of o the apparatus in tho labora laboraThe hlborotory hhoatory
tory toryThe i
The building WnB vis constructed a llttlo llttloover IIlllootr Ittlovtr
over n year ago at ntn n tost ro t of WOOO WOOOTho IiOOO IiOOOlho fl000Tho
Tho limuitinco IH wild to aggtegiita aggtegiitaCfOOOo aggregate2OOQ to tof
f CfOOOo and Is IIIUIOUHht thought to bo u ftufllelont ftufllelontto
to nearly cover the cont of rebuilding rebuildingThe
t The contents of tho building were werevalued Worovulucll werevalued
valued nt 25030 on which there was wasijOQO wosOOO flH flHOQO
ijOQO OOO Insurance Inllurl111C1JfAl1llm InKuruticeflTA1lT1I InsuranceBTA11TKD
BTA11TKD AT 10 OCLOCK OCLOCKHow OCroCICJlow OCLOC1flew I
How or what wl1 l time the fire storied storiedcannot atortlltcnnnot
cannot bo determined But It IH IHthought IsII I Ithought
II thought that It broke brol l out about 10 10oclock 10Olocl 10oeIock
oclock < In tho iiUiil lIUIIlI qualitative Itatlvo tlVO chemistry
Intho In I the sky and although a regrettable regrettableyet I Iyet
yet It wan a magnlllccnt spectacle spectacleNO pcclncleNO
NO WATBU WATBUTho WATlmTho WAT11tThu
Tho aggravating nJlr vlltlilll delay deloythnt that wa Willi oc occasioned occaNloneI ¬ i
casioned by 11 the dlfllcultv to reach the thebuilding thlbuilding thebuilding
building by the tlio dcrnrtmontB wa0 wa0rendered WOarcnllercll WL WLenleted
rendered exasperating by the pre lrell1nell lrell1nellat nce nceof
of o only ono hydrant and n dry one nt ntthat litthnt atthat
that Tho valve was turned off but butthere bUItJore bu buthere
there happened to be a key nt hanu hanuand hlLnuond lianuand
and someone sOlllConochnhcll climbed down tho manhole mnnholoand
and turned the water on At least fif fifteen IIftecn tirteen ¬
teen minutes were consumed In this thisneodlesa thhlnlelllos thibneetes
neodlesa way wo so that the the had been beenraging heonrniling beenraging
raging about thrcamiarteiit of an hour hourbefore hourbeforo hourberore
before there wis va a t drop of water play playing JIIIIIng hit hitlag ¬
ing on It t The lire therefore th tltore had gained gainedsuch galitmiauch nllle nlllelIueh
such headway helldV y that It was useless to toattempt toIIttOJ1l11l totLttonhht
attempt to preserve prc ere anything but the thewalls theivuhls
walls This the liemcn cot ol themselves themselvesnbout tlml118ollIobout thomselVe8about
about to do and accomplished It In n nmost ItUlosl umeat
most creditable manner mannerTho monnelThO jitannerThe
Tho only measure mell ure that had to bo botalnti bltoll bemmii
talnti toll to tolnro lnr In P i rrnfrty of the library librarybuilding IIhrnry1UlldlnG ljbrarybuilding
building which was wa only about llfty
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they performed wtto timely nttd Will wnshighly Willhighly Vfl Vflhighly
highly appreciated appreciatedPtcildent
Ptcildent Klngsbury IIII1 hl1ry nnd tint ProC I IIJf Allen Allenwcro Allenwere AIIeI1Were
were on the HCOIIO looking loo < lrllrrllthct rather melan melancholy mlllncholy mela1choW
tho Uni University UIIIerllity Uiilerahty ¬
choly ns a they rcalUcQ tho loss
versity was IIS suffering Thoro wore worescores Voro VoroueolC weoucorea
scores of t people who went up from fromtho fro trotathe 11 11tho
tho city elt TMJil nc1 the street earn tlndor the thosupervision thueUllerlslolI thepuhervIhon
supervision of Asslslnnt A sl81nllt Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent Arnold were kept running until untilnenrly until110ntly unihlnearly
nearly 2 oclock oclock11HCWNTB oclolkmmNTIJ oclock1ttlNTl
11HCWNTB 1ttlNTlrhe MEET MEETTho Aml T Trha
Tho University togents met Into this thisafternoon thisofternoon thinniternoon
afternoon What step they the will 111 take tnkohns tnl takehas < o ohlllJ
hns not been determined upon It Ill IlllrcHUl11l IH IHpresumed i itireniliieci
presumed d that tho wnlls nll of the burned burnedbuilding hUrllllltIlIIlUr hui1et1building
building will 11I be examined with a 1 ato view viewto Iow Iowto
to ascertaining 1 trtnlnh1 whether or not no It will willbo willbo willbe
bo practicable to itbultd Hit thi Interior Interiorwithout lutetlorwlthout interiorwithotit
without tearing them down Hut Hutwhether lIutwhethor lintWhether
whether or not nnythlng will bo II done donent dOl1ont
nt once has not been decided lcckt upon u tip Ol1 n Tile Tliocontents ThoCQntents TilecoiitCfltS
contents ot tho building were nraotlc nraotlcnlly 11lIctlCnlly practhCnhly
nlly nil desttoyed dc UuYl > ll but IUt the exact loss has hasriot haariot baNiiot
riot been completed tiH yet yetAt YltAt yetAt
At the meeting at tho icgonts today todaythere todllYthoro toThythere
there weio 010 present Piesldont 1 Jomo JomoBhnrp JnlllOHBhnfll JatuoNSharp
Sharp looking ten tOlllbly Ibly worn under the thoctroln Ihortrolu thertraln
ctroln whloh ban been over Jilm ini since sincethe sincethe Incothe
the assassination n of his gonliMnw gonliMnwThomas slhIIIlnwf nohhti1WTIornan
Thomas f omnH H Cutlor Wnldomar Van Cott CottFrank CottI Cott1rank
Frank I Pierce Mrs Little Mm Mo MoVlcker MoVicker ltuVlcker
Vlcker W V W V Rlter and an ProMint ProMintKlngsbury Iro ProshlititNhigsbury llltl1l llltl1lJll1nSbllry
Klngsbury of tho University UniversityLOSS UniversityLOSS UniversityLOSES
LOSS II COVERED COVEREDBoth COVElt 1D 1DDoth
Both tho physical building and nitcontents Us Uscontents UscOJltentl4
contents wore imlte hwivlly Insured Insurednnd JnSII1 Innttrt1ntitt 1 1ond
nnd whllo no authoritative statement statementhnH stntementhoH Htrttemenline
line been mnde > In regard to Wit It the gun gunoral gunenil
oral ImptCHslon Is thnt tho low IO IIIIIIJtetty Is pretty prettywell Frottyvohl
well 011 covoied or thnt there IH enough enoughinrminnce OIiOUllhI11HUrnnCtl enoughtunurance
inrminnce to rebuild tho structure structureTho fltrulturelhll
Vhf Insurance and the companies companieswhich companieshlch
which wide wrme the policlOH oHcl H RIO It as sot folInsurance tol10WR sotIowa
Iowa IowaInsurance
10WRn Insurance n Urllllco Company of North Amcrl Amcrlen
en WllsonShctman ngonlH 1000 on onbuilding ontulldlnf onltihIdIng
building 2000 on content tnt Penrisyl Penrisylvnnlft 1onl1l1ylInln Ienny1anht
vnnlft Flio Fh Insurnnco company e Hober HoberJ
J Grnnt Co ncenta building 4000 MOflOcontents 4000CI1tents 4000cntenta
contents MOO Firemans Fund Juo torn tornpany COlli1llny coinInny
pany Anderson agent building ll lIlllulr 2000
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jroom In the nprtheast corner on the thoI thetop
c I 1 top floor and that a combustion of ofsome otor ofnoine
I some of tile chemicals caused the blaze blazeJ blazeTlicro
J i J 1lhero Thero Is i another theory that ascribes ascribestho
t tho fire to a gas jlsjel Jet loft burning by a nC ai athoughitheau
i < C thoughtleRB student < Hut nothing den dofllilto denf deflI
f r lilto can be stated a oJ tile building was wasentirely WILlientlrely WNcntIr
I entirely cntIr ly deserted when the tire broke brokeput brokei brokeFIRST
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FIRST SEEN BV 3T STUDENT STUDENTi
i W A The fire flrst l attracted the attention attentionW
5 W > t Miss Birdie Kershon one of the theVntudents theItltu theatu0ent8
t Vntudents Itltu ents who lives I Ves nt 32 Alameda Alamedavavenue Alaniedaavcnue
1 avenue While passing IJ sslng tho window window5ncr windowher hl1hOWher
5ncr her glance van ne caught by a bright brightSnickering brlihti brighthlckerlng
Snickering light Jetting from the win winMown wino hn hndovn
o ffdows i Mown In the top floor of tho physl lhsll1l lhsll1li phynhaijbuhIding ai aibuilding
i jbuhIding building She called her Ier roommate roommateSEthel roommtittEtheI
1 Ethel McCroe to tho window and andIthen onl1then an1thien
Ithen then they both told Douglas Scally ScallyAwilllam ScoUyj ScahiyVhhhlam
j 1 < Awilllam Vhhhlam Bennett and Isaac Dunyon DunyonBludehta Dunyori4i
4i Bludehta roomlnrt In the th same house of ofbo oflight
1 1 IWIIIIAm bo light lightTELEPHONED Ughtl
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It I The boys ran over to the building buildingiWado buildingIade buildingT
T iWado iiade the startling discovery that It ItSvas Itwas Itwan
Svas was on fire and bcally rushed down downtthe down1t1e downt
t 1t1e tthe thie hill to the gate house of tho Thir Thirteenth Ihlrtoenth Thirieenth ¬
teenth East street reservoir and notl notlUcd nollJ1Cd notifled
Ucd fled the fire department by telephone telephonehi teleplloneJ
T hi < J then returned to the th building and andf olllitilCClrlnlt antiu antiseciirIng
tilCClrlnlt f ecurlng a key from the engineer they theyA
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Entered pounding to tho top floor floorthey fioorthey floorthey
they seized the t emergency hose but butthey butthey butp
p they could not stand their ground groundThs groundThe groundFlie
The smoke was deuce and the flames flamesAvere fillme8wore fiamenwore
wore growing e evtJry cry minute BO I they theyhad the thehl1d theykI
kI had to retreat retreatHARD
HARD RUN RUNThe Rtf RtTThe
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The alarm sounded at exactly 1010 1010nnd 101GJi
i Ji z nnd Ore company No o 4 from the nortn nortnside nortnside aortaI
I side station wan 08 the he first l to respond respondIt
It was a nIonganfi long anil hard pull puhlup up the steep steepgrade stltpgrode steepgrade
grade and It was over twenty minutes minutesbefore minutesbetoro ininutenbefore
before the hose company reached the thescene thei theacene
i scene Engine company No No1 1 nrrlvert nrrlvertfrom atrlvedtlOIl1 atrvedtioin
from the Central station n few mo moments motnentll momnenta ¬
ments later followed by b Chief Devlno DevlnoIn
i In his buggy buggyThe burgyThe buggyThe
The ale Ipread nipldly nnd by thl thltime thltlmo thisthinG
time the lameR were thrusting their theirgreat theirI
t I great red redtonlN tongues tonhPIeLOUt loul out from nil the win windown wInI windown
I down The ropf ro9 was 18 ablaze and the Il Illumination illumInation iiluirinatlon ¬
lumination spread for blocks I around aroundTh8 aroundrhe aroundThe
The rid glow of o tb the fire was r fUcted
rYI rvvvyvvvvyvvvyvvyyvyvvvv1 nnr nnrteet V Vfeet
feet away wns ns to drench the thethoroughly thethoroughly thethoroughly
thoroughly It was aw In little dangei dangeihowever dnngelhowever dangethowever
however na o no wind wan blowing blowingROOF blowingnOOF blowingROOF
ROOF FELL IN INAt INAt I IAt
At about 11 oclock the roof fell In and andtho andtho andthe
tho fire was abated thereby Soon Soonthereafter 800nthereutter Soonthereafter
thereafter tho llames were pretty well wellunder wellunller voiiunder
under control and then some of tho pro professors protessorll profenuora ¬
fessors and ntudentB Insisted upon en entering entering Ofltering ¬
tering the building to see what might mightbo
bo Bnved Profs rofs Acree Holmes and nndLymnh ond1lI1nll andLyman
Lymnh were conspicuous In the work workthey worlcthey workthey
they did and omllrot Prof Lyman had nn ugly uglygnsh uglyIRh uglyganti
gnsh IRh cut In his hnnds by the breaking breakingof
of a window glass glassA
A body of stock brokers brol < ers consisting of ofJames orI ofJames
I James T j 1 Tulton l Frank Higglnbqthnm HigglnbqthnmBen
Ben D Luce W V J lame It J 1 C CThompson CTholl1pson Crhiompsou
Thompson and Julian flouts had ap appeared oppeared appunted ¬
peared on the scone In a hack Hearing Hearingthat Horlngthot Hearingthat
that the football outfit was W II In danger dangerthey dAngprthoy dangerthey
they dashed Into the building and saved savedthe lIuvel1tho savedthe
the whole paraphernalia valued voll ell at 300 30080LDIEltS 300 300BOLDIBHS 300OIdIEltS
BOLDIBHS TO THE RESCUE RESCUEAbout mSCUEAboul flSCtflAbout
About this time a company of 160 160soldiers 1l 100soldiers O Osoldiers
soldiers from Fort Douglas arrived In Incommand Incommnnll Incommand
command ot Major Young Each man manbrought manbrought manbrought
brought a bucket and n line was 118 formed formedfrom tormedtrom formedrein
from rein the library building to the lire and andtho undthe andthe
the palls of water were rmlckly passed passedA JllIs ell ellhose
A hose was Inter substituted for tho thobuckets thobuckets thebucketS
buckets and moro effective work was wast
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done o The h soldiers s I O entered nler with I I n vim viminto vialinto Im I
into the rescuing work and were as ac active actlve activo ¬
tive as any anySTUDENTS nn nnSTUDENTS anySTUDENTS
STUDENTS WERE ACTIVE ACTIVEMost ACTIVEMoat ACTIVEMost
Most of tho students were attending attendingthe
the performance at the Theater by the theUniversity theUnlverally thetlniverslty
University Dramatic club but as soon soonas 80011all sooltas
as they the heard of the fire they hastened hastenedto
to the scene s cne As soon as they got on anthe onthogroul1ds onthe
the thogroul1ds grounds without delay they the began beganto
to scale this ladders like monkeys and andenter IInlenter andenter
enter tho building None of them themteemed themieemed themeemed
teemed to nense tho danger ot tho sit situation situation sttuatlon ¬
uation and fortunately no one was wasseriously wassHlously wanseriously
seriously hUrt The result of the res rescue resclle rescue ¬
cue work was that 3000 worth of books booksand booklland booksand
and apparatus were saved savedDIED saedDIED savedDIED
DIED DOWN AT MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHTSoon IIDNIGlITS
Soon S on after twelve oclock tho flames flamesdied fintnesdied flamesdied
died down between tho th walls the sol soldiers soldler soidiera ¬
diers went assembled ns embled and tho march marchwas marchWil marchwac
was made back to o the that post The work WorkI orlc
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contents JMO 000 Glen Falls company An Anderson Andersoll Authereon ¬
thereon agent building 2000 contents contentsJOCK
JOCK OOj 00 Scottish U N Co Anderson Andersonagent Andersono Andersonagent
agent o ent building 4000 contents 2000 20001hamlx 20001IhlIltlX 2000IInuitlx
1hamlx Fire I lro Insurance In uranee company Wll WllsonShcrinan WIIsonShermon VhlsonShmernan
sonShcrinan agents building lJlIlhl comrnn nK 4000 UooOconlents 4000contents 1000contents
contents 2000 2000Making 3000Making 2000Making
Making a total on the building of of20OOO of20Q00
20000 and on tho contents 3000 3000BOARD 2000I3OAItD OOO OOOMAIm
BOARD COMPANIES COl1J > ANIES MOURNING MOURNINGTho
Tho uncertainty of the Insurance Insurancebusiness Insurancobusiness insurancebusiness
business Is well Illustrated In tho lie case caseof caseor caseof
of the present fire Only 0111 u tow months monthsago
ago the University buildings were tho thosubject tholIullJect thesubject
subject ot a lively fight between board boardnnd bourdnml boardand
and nonboard companies and ns a acompromise ncom aconipromiso
compromise com prom Iso the t risk was finally given givenby glvcnlIy givenby
by the regents to the board companies companiesas
as they are the more numerous nnd nndstronger lndstronlfer nndstronger
stronger nnd were werer11rOspnlcll represented by some someof 1101110or someof
of tho heaviest tax payers In the city cityTho cllyThe cityThe
The University buildings being con conuldercd COllllerel1 coutsimlered
uldercd ns practically fire IIrol1roof proof the theboard thohoorll thehoard
board companies were willing to take takethem talothem takethem
them at n very low rote nnd 60 cents centson
on each 1000 for n term of three years yearsuns yenrsos yearswas
was os tho rate agreed upon This means meanstlmt lIIelll8thnt nicaulslimO
limO the University Unher lty paid for tho 35 35
000 Insurance on the th damaged build building bullelIng buildlog ¬
ing a premium of 5115 17S for three yi 3rjtrs 3rjtrsToday < rtrs rtrsToday IIS IISToduy
Today the board companies are mournIng mournIng mourn mourning ¬
ing that they the did not allow their an antagonists ontagonlsts antagonlets ¬
tagonists to walk away with tho plum plumFOOL plumFOOL plumFOOL
FOOL ANDMONEY ANDMONEYARE AND MONEY MONEYARE RONEYARE
ARE SOON PARTED PARTEDSpecial
Special to tho News NewsOgdcn NewsOg NewsOg
Ogdcn Og cn Dee 20 20John John Bland of orClove orCloveInn Clove Cloveland Cloveland
land Ohio called at tho pol Ioie > e station stationthis stationthis llltionthis
this morning find reported tiat ho had hadkeen hndtc liedtQefl
keen tc n robbed of MCO Ills story is isthat Isl Isthat
that l lnl ho came to Ogden over the Union UnionPacific UnionlaclOo Unionlaciflo
Pacific last night at 930 on his way wayto
to San Francisco to engage In business businessBland businessEland s sBland
Bland missed the westbound train and andhad 01111htd atidhad
had to remain In Ogden for several severalhours s sevrnihours IJrnl IJrnlhours
hours So he decided to put In the thetime thCUme thelame
time up town Mr Bland then stated statedthat stotellthot statedthat
that he got I ot Into one of the upurtlng upurtlngbouses IIIJOrtlnlIloUse sportinghouses
houses on Electric avenue and IIndremdlned IIndremdlnedtlero remained remainedtliero romutlnedtimero
tliero several hours drinking with tho thogirlg thoIIlrl thegir1
girlg nnd upending about 130 30 lie went wentlo
lo the ball ballroom room with several of the thepirls thor thegirls
girls r rl and danced daJ1 ed for or some time Ono Dnoof Onoof Oneof
of them called Blanche asked him to totnko totllko totake
take her out to supper which ho agreed agreedto
to do and loft the liouio She following followinghhortly tollowlngIIhortly followingshortly
shortly afterwards They went Into Intowentfitth a aTwentyfifth aTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth street saloon where they theylought theyloOughf theyIought
lought some beer nnd nn l later went to tuFt toFt toFt
Ft Louis beer hall at Grnnt and andTwentyfifth nnl1Twel1tyl1fth andTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth where Bland and the wo woman woamen 0 0nJnn ¬
man went Into the wine room They Theydrank Tho Thodrank Theydrank
drank whisky whl ky nnd beer there In InG InGminutes 45 45minutes 4 4minutes
minutes ho en Mmo mo out ut without his coat coatveil cMtelt coatvent
veil elt or shoes and walked to the front frontof
of the caloou where Mr Hantton was wastending suetending nl1 nl1tending
tending bar to explain that 11500 had hadI hndIeen hadeen
I Ieen een taken from him Bland Dlulldhlld had fallen fallenasleep fnllono fallenasleep
asleep o Jeop In tho vino room whereupon whereuponthe
the woman left by tho rear door The Themoney Thlnlonlyho Thentoney
money nlonlyho ho had In his Inside hl l 1e < vest pocket pocketpinned pocketpinned pocketdnned
pinned In two rolls of green backs with withtwo withtwo withtwo
two safely pins One of the phis was wnsfound wastOUltd wasfound
found on the sofa where he h had been beenIjlng beenIrIng beenlying
lying The woman U I under arrest but butdenies butIInles butdenieS
denies all knowledge of tho affair stat stating ftl4thlf statlug ¬
lug she went to a restaurant and then thento
to the Electric avenue house When Whenrhe Whenhe Whenuhe
rhe he left him he had nil his clothes on ontho ontho onthe
tho police believe the Is thO thief and andrope andlope andhope
rope to got ot a confession from her
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Ho Will bo Mr Glen Millars MillarsSuccessor MillarsSuccessor MIUorsSuccessor1
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Special to tlo tho thoWnohinston m mWlIlhlngtoJ1 News NewsVftR1mtnton
Wnohinston D Q Dtjo 20 201Ie 201Lesuoud Hej Hejwood >
wood 0011 will bo appointed IIII 10lnlcd tnHctl UnltttlSil1t1f1 UnltttlSil1t1f1mnllJhl1 SWttfi SWttfinmiHliul tu1tehIxnarHhipl
nmiHliul In plaro hiIa ofiCflen ofl Cllen teii Miller MillerQcorge MilleIOlprfo dhtlerGeorge
George A Smith I1lI1lth11 will b be icappufntcil icappufntcillecolvor lMPpurntcIltccfJlver moappontereceIver
receIver of the Innd InllOH tilUco co J1IJClllChlh J1IJClllChlhfutllL next innlilh innlilhCollator niohithItitzator
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mend thu appointment appointmentMAIL 011110 appointingiutMAlT4 In tnll1l1l tnll1l1lMAIl
MAIL CQNTlUflT CONlJ 4Q1 AWAItOKD AWAItOKDContract A 4tWA1iDDContract W11 fIm fImContrnet
Contract for cot ctt11lng lying mall fiom fiomHook tlonlnuok menl menlflock
Hook Hptlngs to Lndoiu Wyoming hat hatfccon hnlthtln hasheon
fccon nwitrdfld 13 F Carbon hock U6ckHpilngs UDoltSlnhlll hockSIiIlngN
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lUNKfl MXISTHNCU SmNOI EXTENDED J3XTKNDKDThe XTJmflmTho
Tho coiniitrolloi of ho currency haH haHox IuIQxtcndcll hutsoI0uiuled
ox Qxtcndcll I ended the aorpoiato existence ot the theBtoclt thuHoele timStock
Stock arnwoiB Niillonnl bank Obey Ohuyonne OhYunno Obeycane
cane until ul1t11leceJll1bcJl DeeemljCI1 10 1W1 1W1THOMAS JO 10211LQMAS I IlUQMAA
THOMAS aarit 101 ij TO NRW tonic tonicPostmaster YOrIKVumilntanter
Postmaster 10 I1I f1ter Thomas by lj ieh for f r New NewYork NewYQrk NewYrk
York last t bight He will nuiko a stay Rtaythore ItlL ItlLthore
thore for n taw tll days before IJttlirolOUtl1lnK IJttlirolOUtl1lnKhOll1o returning ioturnlrighomo returningimoumie
homo Mr Ir Tholrtiis Thol ln has received rol JIell n nInrga nInrll alarge
large number of coiigmtulatlons COllgll1tll ttol1s on hl hlKnppolntmenl hll hll111111101I1tIl1llnl hiieapliolntmeflt
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To tio Kitmnmflly 6uumniimathlyfleiimnveml Uoniovud She At AttnoklnK AItillkinA itttanking
tanking Heoy Ongo OngoWashington O h4gtiWashington It1 It1Wlshlngton
Washington Dec 20At n conference cortferencotoday cOl1terancotodllY conferencetoday
today between tho President and Secy SecyGnga SecylIg Secytinge
tinge lIg It was decided to summarily remoo remove re remove ¬
move Appraiser Wnkeman Official an anjiounccment no1101ll1ecmertt opImonneemeilt
jiounccment to this thl effect Is expected xPcctel1lntho In Inthe inthe
the course of the day Mr Wakcmnn It ItIH Itis
IH said Wrote tho 1ienldont attacking nUneldiSecy
Secy Oniro ngo The President Pr BltJl1ntrotu8ca refused to tocntortuln tolllortuin toutortain
cntortuln time thocl1nlges chniges or t overlook the theolTenilvo thoOftcIISJO theolToumsivo
olTenilvo chnrnctcr of oitHo tIle letter letterWnahlngton lellarWOlhlngton letterWanhmiumgton
Wnahlngton Due 20 201l It wno M ni ninouttoed 11uOl1lloed amnouftoed
nouttoed nt the Wht Vht House this thlll1Ct after afternoon nttCrnoon r rloon
noon that the Pastdaiit has removed removedAppraiser renthvedAvininer < 1 1PIJrlllser
Appraiser Wnkcmnn of r tit < w York YorlUII1 on ontho ontIme
tIme recommendation pt Bcciotury Gage GageHo GageIto
Ho will be iiuccoeded d by Goo WhUa WhUahead WbI 9
head of New York YorkMUHonu Yb YorkMUll k
MUHonu MUll DEli op 01 TH rmj E nOMs nOMsKsoltcmnnt nUflfJ i3Vi1i8EftultOlilent <
Ksoltcmnnt J Ovor rinding jhtuuhItigior lIll1l1 of Thnlr ThnlrHOillos flachnmllcs Imchu ImchuIimtiilei
HOillos Continues Unnliiitrd UnnliiitrdParsons tImnuutetiPnvspn
Parsons Has De Vet < i 20 IJvoUtfrncnt 201 201voItmnentover IJvoUtfrncntocr altmlJnto
ocr o r tho finding last rilght U hL of the th bOdiCe bodlcnof
of Col Coijphmn < tyhn E Itull I1uHud nnd lib svlfa ylCear ylCearsin lf ftar rJlrjunH
1 sin 1 Jiulli Iuhl1mt jttj 1 iirol hrOl h MI1II1 h0itnWLtl iia lirrt ht hijmien hijmienWith Y ltrrl ltrrlWith
With noftpparcnt hop hOlM of utIli l ft k solution 1I01ut tin of ofthe otthe ofthemyntery
the themyntery mystery 1TIYllterOlnlt Owing to Im decompos decomposed d jollp lI lIId ¬
ed condition of the bodies the phytd phytdclana phlIlclona phystelena
elena haVe been unable to make n rat intIsfnctory ratiafactCry
Isfnctory l examination and tho opinions opinionsdiffer opinlolllldlrter opinionsdiffer
differ widely OB to tho cause eousuot of death
NOTICE NOTICETlit
the demuml for opnco In the theOIWI8TMAB thoOmUSl tioQHJtlSTlAS
OIWI8TMAB OmUSl rAa KBW8 has l becl ci so sogreat q qTellt i igreat
great hut th t It has been found foundnecessary toulIl1110ces tumidumocesenry
necessary 110ces lllY to enlarge the Issue to toISIOHTYFOUR toEI0trYIOUn tOEIOlTYFOUIt
ISIOHTYFOUR PAGEB PAGEBLust IAGESLOst A01 a a1I1
Lust 1I1 1t advertising forms will clone closoat
lit 11 oclock 1l loQk tomorrow tmn rroV morning morningtofter mornlnllttr uuiurningttttr
tofter wliluh tie ndvortlnomonts ndvortlnomontslurmi n vortl olllollt olllolltInrllli
lurmi or small ouu bo accepted ucceptodDie
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Th Die pfiper will bo foi sale ut the tlioOtllce thootllC the0111cc
Otllce Hit Cannon Hook stoic und undon amidon
on tho sheets s loot at 3 oclock p 1 in intomonow mtornorlow intomnoriow
tomonow tomonowA
A theory thcorad advanced llcfll Is l Hint death Wall wniicaused Wallcl16ell WaNcOhiSeul
caused by asphyxiation from natural naturalga
ga g II with which tho house wns lighted lightedAnother IIghtcll1Hhor lightedhothor
Another theory thnt hAS gained fiomu fiomucttdonoo 1101110t emoimmuattQohuo
cttdonoo t OhO Is that the couple COUll10 had mmr mmrrolffll eflmart6lI < UMt
rolffll t l over ft real estate deal I II nnd IUI that thatJJilll thAtUIII linthuh
JJilll had murdered his wife anti then thencommitted thl1committed thoucommitted
committed suicide suicideCol lIulrldeCOI suicideCcl
Col Hull sold tholr home n month ago agonnd agoand
and It U Raid Mrs null UlIlOrU i infuseil of used lI to sign signtho 111111tho
0 tho deeds at first only finally doing doingHO
HO titter much protest Mr Ir Hull wns wnsdieimod Wnll111lu1Aell snsduesacd
dieimod when found nnd his wife ICe hail hndnot hncl110t hailhut
not yot removed all of her clothing clothingTho clothingTime 1Iothlngho
Time ho coroners Inmust I Is being hold to today 10lIay today ¬
day T1 lA A W Hull of Plaun Ohio n nbrother 1brothol 1 1brothom
brother of tho dead mnn wired wte today todaythai tOllnyI touhmuylimit
I thai he la on collie to Parsons to tnko tnkoCharge tlliloi tnkothmaige
i Charge of Col fOlllO Hulls nffnln and to tosolve tlli tosolVe
i solve the mystury If possible possibleHilly pOIlRbleIlllly possibleIII
Hilly III ily VVoodln inmi I a of Idaho Dead DeadIJInckfoot Ihumulhhiaektoot 01111 01111Ulnckfoot
IJInckfoot Idaho Deo 1 eo 20nilly 20nillyYoodlri 2011111Woodin 20fillyYuodhri
Yoodlri who nerved two years as slier slierIK Hherltitor shieritt
IK ltitor of Hlnghain county and iuul was ono of oftha offlta ofbest
tha best known l < cltKotis clll clIH of Idaho died dlcatlilH 111MHill diedtills
Hill morning fiom n complication ot oti otdlliellRus 01dIetms
dlliellRus i after n nbrlet brief Illness IllnessTwo illnessTwit
Two Morn Ho Iaiilllo Victims VictimsPun Iolhll IolhllPIlIt iotiurqlmtti
Pun Frunclsco On ci Dec 20 2Two 2Two10ro 20Twomore Two Twomoro
moro 10ro names 1111 frlncIAco making Ilklnl four In all al bnvo bnvobeen hlo hlobcen hmiuvobeen
been nddpd to II tho Ih Hut IlJt of fatnlltlos totnlltlol re resulting reIJlting resuIting ¬
suIting IJlting from rein tho collision eolatun of tinins Iolnu NOD NODI NOl
I p amid 10 on the const division IIIlslon of tho thoSouthern thoo theioUthertt
Southern o 1t1c therlPnelfe 1n Pacific road yesterday 3eHler IY John JohnCfitilnna JohnCnlcona JuliaCmutlonit
Cfitilnna Cnlcona fi 1 nectlon leetinn hand lesidlng Ic llni tit titSun It ItBun ittSuit
Sun LulB LUll Oblpo Olllslo and Frnnelsco I rnlcilco finnor finnorI anlor anlorImo Smuierline
I Imo mo n ikctlon ctlCII hand residing Icllln nt II Oak Dakland Oakhml Oakhumid
land hml both of whom wore ero terribly terriblyburnod terrllly terrlllyburllNI terriblyburtiod
burnod died dlt11 nt lt the th Southern Pacific Pacinohospital Pnclc PnclchOlll Pacifichtmsimhtni
hospital hOlll < 1 In thin city today todayHolm todnyRolo todaygall
gall Rolo fl Fimmoi PIIIU Iii riiiut Man ManPlttsburg Slim Inl a 1 llsHhIA llsHhIAPltslUrtDJo i i ii g gPittsburg
Plttsburg PltslUrtDJo Dae 20 2iTho 2Tho Tho police polce were werejOlllled weraICllc ero eroiOtilleI
jOlllled ICllc today that Alex Clydesdale Clydesdaleuho CIdcsdllo CIdcsdlloho
uho ho WHO 10 In charge chnrgeot of oho furnace of ofJones atJones ofJoimes
Jones A Lauirlilln 1nuhlll nt tho time teo of the theexplosion theINllo thecplolOit
explosion INllo I1 yesterday morning moring Is ml mlsl miss misslag s sIng
Ing Tho police believe 11Ievo he has hl hmit boon booncremated blontromat booncrounatOd
cremated d This Thil would mulih make lko tho list listkilled lst lstct listat
ct at killed klal rcnali eleu elecnA > n nAt
At A t the Mercy hospital h0l111tl1 It was OR stated Rtntcdtnnt statedtent tntMtn
tent tn l time thl death of John fribo was Wil only n nimpMtlon 1 ailieution
impMtlon of u I fov fe ew hours While Whll John JohnUntz JohnI lul1nInt
IIfeulloll I Untz Int tints In In n 1 serious condition cOlldllun the theh
1 hyHldnmt h lclnl suited Anld thnt hu hl had u I alight alightclmiice slightdirmnco Ulht
clmiice hnleo of pulling JllIllg jmuihiuigthrougim jmuihiuigthrougimH through throughllcibnrt throughIclhurt I
llcibnrt Iclhurt H tfquloi IIUloll Arrives ArrivesNew i rrlvel rrivesNew
New York Yorl Deo 10 20Horbert 20Iorllert tJqtilsrs tJqtilsrsMoretnry SIUI Ihqtulerasecretary rR rRl
secretary l of tho United Unlt Stated legation legationat lellltlOI
at It Pelln 11111 nrrlvert arri veil here today totlyon on bonid bonidthe bOlil bOlil1he boatUlime
the steamer lcllcr Hnrbnrowia tllrhlro a from frVu rein Hrtmon HrtmonGun Urflon UrflonOOl flrenmeflOcum
Gun OOl Altfer Paused IRsged Fni FniDetroit Pl FoiriSighit FoiriSighitDotiit Nhcht NhchtDotl
Detroit Dotl l Dec 20Oen Russell Hu ell A Al Aletii AIt A1nJtm
former t secretary of war who Is Istjiffdilnit istIIIJdlllt IsI1IIuI1I
etii wh
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tjiffdilnit t t from fromllVCrl ronl rvwivcrft nUlek attack of gull gullnioiu gl I
nioiu lonll 1 uit pueicfrf rlfdltf a wtnforLatilo < lnfolblo night IfJhtnrtl IfJhtnrtll umtgittonil umtgittonilis nnd
10 l renting re tll easily olLsly this morning moring rite Thooperation fhotperotol riteeperatiomi
operation tperotol which It was Intended Inteleed to per perfcrni Ilortlrm vcrrnm
fcrni rnm today has been b en postponed pO fond until untiltomonoiv untiltomOfHV untiltomorroW
tomorroW tomOfHV us I a result of On o I 1 Algefs Algefsimplovernent AlgllQ AlgllQjlploverent AigeNIinpiovcincnt
implovernent jlploverent
LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONOround
Oround fur i the til Great Worlds Fair in 1903 Broken BrokeiiIrnportanti3ycnt Iokclmporfant IokclmporfantEvent Important Importanti ImportantEvent
Event Occurred on Anniversary of Formal Transfer r of Ter Territory Terriory TerrUory ¬
ritory riory to United Unied States StntesCclclonles StatcsCereniones Ceremonies in the Coliseum Colscum
St Louis Dec 20 20ThQ Tho first public publiccelebration publo publocclelr publiccoiobMtion
celebration cclelr tlon In connection With lh tho thoWorldo thoWorM1 theWoridH
Worldo WorM1 fair to bo opened In Bt Lotila LotilaIn Lolis LolisIn LotiIin
In 1903 In commemoration commomortlon ot time ono onohundredth onohuntrctlh onehiuiidremlth
hundredth huntrctlh anniversary nm11crery of tho Louisiana LouisianaPurchase LoulRlonnlurchnA Louisianaiurchase
Purchase lurchnA was held heldtoluy today when ground groundvan GroundVUI
van VUI VUN broken on tho site lo In Forost 1orot park parkThis Ilurkfhls iuarkThis
This day was wal selected for tO tho Import Important ¬
ant event because blcnua It I Is the thl nnnlvciaary nnnlvciaaryof 1IIIc lry lryot
of tho foinntl tOO I 1 transfer of LouIsiana Loululannterritory Julslnnatellory LouIsianaterritory
territory tellory to the United SlateR Tho day daywas dnyVIS mlayIvaN
was VIS a holiday holll1lY In St Louis and nndthroughout anllthroughout andthirouglmout
throughout Mlssouil MlssoUI OR al 101 troll cll as In 1I10at 1I10atIt moat moatof niutat
of It the purchase states whose governors governorsissued governorsIssueml ovrlora ovrloralsuel1
issued lsuel1 proclamations prollomatlons asking nk ng for a gen general gonernl goumcall ¬
call observance o seronco of It I as II Louisiana Pur Purchase Purhnse Perchase ¬
chase hag 10 day dayGreat dayGrent dayGreet
Great preparations preparatons for the event had hadbeen hld hldbeen hadbeen
been made by y officials ofelnl8 of tho worlds worldsfair worldsfall worldsfair
fair fall but owing to the unusual unusuulscerlt severity severityof
of the weather It was decided to nban nbanCon Iban abarmmien
Con some of tho most m st striking features featuresIncluding tenturuslcl featuresIncitmdhumg
101
Including lcl dlnK limo thl parade pnrde und substitute HUbstltutoethers lIubsttuto lIubsttutotherl substitutectImer
ethers therl Tho Thoopon open air exerelnes attend attending atunll atunllIng attendbog ¬
ing the ground breaking broking wore wer trans transferred trnus1erred traumafurred ¬
furred 1erred to the coliseum coliseumAt colseum colseumAt
At tho appointed time directors dirctors and andolDcerH nndoleorH andcOlours
olDcerH oleorH of the Louisiana Loulsllll Purchase Ux Uxposition lIxlOaitlofl x x181on
position 181on company comlII Gen John C Hates Hatescommander Un108OnOnmler hatessomnmander
commander OnOnmler of tho Department of Ml MlBourl Mimi Mimisoon 11 11url
soon url MaJ Henry K Hunter Fifteenth FifteenthUnited Ilfeenth IlfeenthUnited FifteenthUnited
United States cavalry and other army urmyUHclals armylclah armyaiilchmtis
UHclals lclah govei JOellorH goveiliors nors of states 8tlt08 nnd Ind guc gUelts gUeltsaS guests guestsnseuimbied ts tsnssombled
nssombled aS < lblcll nt lt tho Ct Louis club Car Carrngcs Cnrroges CflrrngoS
rngcs were taken and the party was wnsdriven wasdriven 11
driven to Forest park w hero the cure ceremony cremonr curemommy ¬
mommy d1cn of breaking ground scum I carried carriedcut cMl1el
cut A huge hule fire lro had 1 been built on tho thosiuctnral thosluctunl timosiuctuirai
siuctnral sluctunl slto of the educational eduentlonlibuld eduentlonlibuldIng build building buildlag ¬
ing to soften tho ground groundArriving Jround JroundArivin groundArriving
soten
Arriving Arivin nt lt thewlto the site the party Jlartywlel wielded wieldedthe wieldedthe cll cllthe
the shovel In this order ord r President PresidentDavid lreHhlent lreHhlentDavl1 IrcsldentDavId
David II Francis Treasurer frenturur AV S H HThompson nThomp HVhiompson
Thompson Davl1 Thomp on Secretary Reretory Walter Wllter U Ufctovens nhuvens Iihtuveums
fctovens General UOICrnl Counsel Blair Bnlr Direc Director Urcc Urcctorot Ijirecbr ¬
huvens tor torot of Exhibits I < xhlllts Cklff lkl Director of ofWorko otWork ofWorks
Work Taylor Chief of the th Department Departmentof DerJtment DerJtmentIt
of It Education I ttogtrn Uogerl and nl11 tho iircliltoct iircliltoctof lre11UIt lre11UItot
of the educational educltlfull building bull11ng vice Ice presi presidontfl Irrsl IrrslIlnnt Vresidents
dents Ilnnt of the exposition exposlton company menu members mel menubers ¬
bers of the cxecutHe eXtutle committee repre representatives repreIpntntlls representatlven ¬
sentatives Ipntntlls of the tht worlds fair national nationalcommittee nationalcommItee natIonalcommIttee
committee and the board of lady mnli Juminrigors mnlingers ¬
rigors commItee erl anti chairmen of each or 0 luun luunerl the thestanding thestanding I
standing 8tamlng committees commltecs of the company companyAJ compnnvA1
AJ A1 this part of the tl ceremony was bo boing holag i iIng
ing carried cnrrltl out Unttery Intery A Missouri Missourinational MI8 Missourinational uri I Inntonol
national guard runrll fired red a I salute of CO COguns C 00alias II
guns nntonol divided Into nine groups with withthree withthreo withthree
Jl three ni minute Ivhed intervals Intervn1 ns I follows followsTwentyfive tollowftTwentyan foilowumTwentyfive
Twentyfive for the thirteen original originalstates orlglnll orlglnllAtntes originalstates
states and those tlole created from them themfourteen themtourteen themfourteen
fourteen for Louisiana Purchase Purhole states ntntesono stnlel statesone
ono for Florida Fiori do one on for Texas TOXIII three threefor threefor threefor
for tho territories discovered dl covetcll and net nettled let lettied settied ¬
tied subsequent lub8erjupnt to 1816 five for the thestates thesttes thestates
states ceded by Mexico Meico In 1848 nine nin for fortiie torthe fortime
b
sttes the Insular posiesslons pOI nlons one far Alaska Alaskaand AllskJ Alaskaanti
and one for tho District of o Columbia ColumbiaDuring ColumbIaDurin ColumbiaDuring
During these proceedings procoelngs moving movingplcturai movlnrpictue movingpictures
pictures pictue of Ui te the scenes IOfS w wee ware r Uk tkan takenby a by a aS
S
mutoscopo IUtORCOPO and nll blograph company for forexhibition toroxhllo forexhmibitiop
exhibition oxhllo puippHCfi puippHCfiAt IIPOlc IIPOlcAt pmIrppneAt
At the conclusion c0lclU8101 of this part of the thoceremony theceremony thecerenmoumy
ceremony the tl0 party wcro oro driven Irhlm down downtown downtoI ilowumtown
town toI Stopping at the armory ot o the theFirst thoI timeFirst
First I lrlillnflntry Infantry Missouri Mls url national guard gunrdCol guardCot unrd unrdCol
Col Sinclair Sllcllllr commanding r0l10nlllnl the party partywas Illty rmartywan
was 1 tccelved lcl Iel with military miliary honors 10nors und undcscottcd unitcscoltell ml mlescorted
escorted to the coliseum col euO where tho re remainder remAInder romainder ¬
mainder of the program was W II carried carrlcdout cnrrltil cnrrltilout
out The he ImmenHo hall hlll of the coliseum collnetmiwas coll o1
was WI crowded Il with thousands thousnldl of per persons 101 imernoun ¬
sons SOlS among nmonl whom wore many milan An chil children rhl dm11dren ¬
dren tho public Jlublc nchoolfl haMng hn Ing been beenclosed beuneloH beurtclosed
closed eloH < 1 for the day ta on 01 the platform platformut IlnlCorm IlnlCormot
ut one Ride of the coliseum colseum decorated decoratedwith lpeorote lpeorotewih decorate1with
with wih United States Hags IIIKII and UII and limners limnersnnd lmnnerBonl1 bummersand
and bunting of red rel white blue Iluo end nndyellow nnt endyellow
yellow the olllclnl olclol colors of tho Louis Louisiana IoulslanR 1401115lane ¬
lane Purchase Purchnlo Exposition company companywere
were seated letll the ofllocrs onccf of tho worlds worldsfair worldstldr worimisfair
fair municipal ofilclals ofelols Congressman CongressmanJames Congrelsmon CongrelsmonJamesA CongressmanJamest
James A Tnwncy TawlIY and 111d worlds fair nn nntlonnl n mimilionel
lionel toll commissioner comrnl81lonpr John Johl M Allen Alan the limeorator ho hoorntor i
orator of tho dny governor govlrnorll of states statesnational stntls statesmmatlonai i
national IlLtonAI commissioners commls loners mombord of the theboard tii tiiboard I Iboard
board of lady managers mon < crs left 00 Dates Datesnnd Ratesand I
and nld staff HtON her Oo Vnn Vln r5 Pant of Minneso Minnesota lnucso lnucsotR ¬
ta Cloy Go Savage Stvngo of Nebraska Nlhrulkn iou ov Da Davis 10 10viII Diiyin ¬
viII of Arkansas lk0I8as Owe Dockery Doeklry of Mis Misnourl Misnoun 1
nourl noun url Col John Oglesby Oglllbv representing representingGov reprentllR
Gov 01 flo Yntcs of Illinois IllnolR who sent regrets rogrctinml rOlretl regretsand
and members momiol of the Illinois 1Inoia worlds worldsfair wurlllfll worldsfelt
fair fll commission nail other olhlr Invited Invitedguests InvitedUlU invitedguests
guests guestsPresident guestsPreslmlejit UlU
President D I U I Francis Franril of the Louis Loulimnn Iull Louislane
mnn Purchase PurchlHe Kxposltlon 1xllliltol company companycalled componcnlo comluinynailed
called cnlo the coliseum cl 8um meeting lotn to order ordernnd oreer oreerAII orderand
and AII the llov Be Dr Snimml 81111111 J Nlcolls of ofWestminster otW ofWestminster
Westminster W llmln htr Presbyterian r nlJyterlon church churh pro pronounced pronunced nronounced ¬
nounced nunced the Invocation I 101 lon Hnn James JamesA
A Tawney Tnwl1 of Minnesota 3lnnelta chalrmnn of ofthe atthe ofthe
the House JoU8Q committee commit ornlluo too on exhibitions exhibitionsmade eX1Ibtlbl exhihitilonsnjtulo
made Prtrf Ilulo the flint fft address addrl8 He le I1 Mild 111111 In InPrtrf InPrt inpttrt
PrtrfThe Prt
The Importance Importale of this thll exposition exrloHlton n na n en ena
a nmenm moans of educating Cdurtng ourselves ourlelc nnd nndother alH1tther nimfiother
other tther nations natoll In time tu knowledge knouledlt of then thenthings thel thesetimings
things thln1 that mnko us UI the foremost o0 t na nation nothan ¬
than toJ of the globs g101e cannot rRnnt be over esti estimated e9t estimated n ¬
mated Jntrd It I will bo Important nn cal calllciai J btno btnoflclal bto btoOclal
flclal too In that It I will wi give Uour Uournoclnt h tel our our10clnl oumsocial
social 10clnl and n < Industrial Incultrlal fabric fnbrll n 1 moral moralnnd iulorniand lornl lornlnnd
nnd an In Intellectual IntelectuAl significance lgnltcno thnt Is Istho Isto intile
tile to pride Pllu of America a and nl time envy of ofthe ofthe oftli
the tli world One Onr of UH It I chief values valueshowever nluoshowefr nluol
however will 11 be In the opportunity opportuniy for forstrengthening forItrflthenll furstrengtheniumg
strengthening Itrflthenll nnd cultivating lllvatlll mnr lnr < > In Inttmate Intlmat intimate
ttmate social 100lnl nnd tnl mu Industrial Inlustrlnl relations relationsbetween llotlon reuntionsbetween
between tho Htatw Htnt and between the thelnlt theUnll timetnltid
lnlt Unll tnltid l Stated StllO nnd foreign fohm countries countrlwAnother countriesAenther l
Another great grot ohtert ohlpft tn be nreotn nreotnpllohftl ereouniiishI4l 01
pllohftl 1 ht1 ono on thnt tranMrmids trnl1llls all ni others othersIs
Is In I the fact lout tlnt this tits exposition lllton Is IsIntend IsIntnd Islntendl
Intend lntendl and will 1 pomnipmorato ommpmorltc the theflrsf timefirst
first 011 rentcnnlnl ntlnnlol of the tht th crnt grntnst Nnhl Kt Inter International Internalooal internattoanl ¬
national nalooal event v < > nt In our history the one onethat Ol ammothmutinarks
that thnllnrkllhr thmutinarks mark UIP begInnIng ot that thlt nation nntlonal nlon nlonnl
al poo pol policy 1 > thnt hits htl made tl11e Us n I world worldpower woilfipower Mll MllIQwl
power without wihout which hlrh our present plllnl In Industrlnl IndUAtrlnl humdustriam
dustrlnl IQwl nnd an political Vltcl supremacy could couldnexer co couldnever ld ldneor
never have hn been bfen achieved achievedCongressnifln nehloedCOnlrf achievedCongressnifin
Congressnifln COnlrf 8mll Tnwney was followed folloxvedby folowed folowedby
by Worlds Fair Yalr Commissioner Commlulonr John JohnAllen JohnAlien TohllAllen
Allen of MississippI Mlsls lppl who h delivered dellfnd en enqloquent 1 armeloquent
qloquent address A band of riy riypieces Flxtyce8 shltyi3iecea
pieces ce8 rendered a selection of patriotic patrioticmiulo patrloUomUlo patrioticmusic
music mUlo
n ow I
ADMIRAL ADMIRALSAMPSO ADMIRALSAMPSOFILESOBJEOTON SAMPSON SAMPSONI SAMPSONFilES I
FilES FILESOBJEOTON FILESOBJEOTONIt OBJEOTION OBJEOTIONA A
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Itis It is to Thai t tWhich Portion of Deweys Report Report in inWhich inWhich n
Which He te Says Schley Was W lS in Com Command C Coiimaiid n nmand =
mand at Santiago antago I
I
Wrtaliltigton WlohlltOI bflo m1 20 20Tho Tlio objection objordonof ohjortol
of Admiral Adlnlrl1 W V Rumiwou Jltt111011 to that por portlou 1101 ilorthou
thou toll of Adinliiii Adltni AdumiJu l6voyu U oylI r Ipor ipurt Kri of this tlmSohlcy IheSchley thissoulley
Sohlcy couit qf liujuliy 11IIy In wiiirli hv hvHayfl hl tinIlitytu
Hayfl 111 Admiral dllrl johloy olr > wan in II command commandnt cOlnmILf1 cOlnmILf1It
nt It tho battle of o Unhtlngo IlhtlO and nlli untltlrd untltlrdto unttht
to time thocrutll credit fdr tho victory wn nied niedvllh fell fellwith IltedvItit
with Hcoy SOO Long Iolj today The document documentwas dOllmflt dOllmfltui
was ui brought to 0 th0 tht tIm navy department departmentby departmenlII
by II Mr Ar 12 i 8 Tlionll hoRI of couninl COllanl for Ad Admlml Auummirtul
mlml 111 Bampoon 8IIIIIUd and hunded hln e It to the thepec IheIcurutl1ll timesecretary
Icurutl1ll secretary pec rotary It Is H OB follows followmTUIJ tollowJl1 followsTLiI
TUIJ Jl1 OfjItcr1oN l1t JOr JOrSO
80 Broad Uoet lcet Now York YorkDec torlil Yorkiee
Dec l e ID 1301 I OI
Bin AH Al ooiuiHfll 101laal for Rear lelt Admlml Admumirmut Ihnirul81lnplol
Sntnpnon 81lnplol wo u have hll the tll honor to tothnt totiiat lIIOll
that tho tii department for HIP HIPbelow lOlln remmsoums
I0111tt1Clt
below hulowltn Hinted tOI Strike ftrlkn out Olt or wpe wpedisapprove Illelrll specIfIcally
disapprove IIHIIIIJ1IOVO Hint thft portion Ilollon of Admiial Mluul
Dewoys opinion 01111101 filed Ictlnlonlleclul In connection with withthe wlh wlhthu
the proceedings of time tll Helihty IIhIIY 1011 voui 0mt or orllulry
Inquiry llulry In whtoh he Numbs hi his mien 1 t to Li
be that thn Conmioduto COlnl olo Bchley He Htll11H 1IIy un ias m ab absoliito lb lbloluto mibmmoiiuo
soliito loluto command cOlmllIlt nt thb naval 10ulltlcor 10ulltlcorSnlltlJo battle of ofrjnlitlago ofHrmtithimgu
rjnlitlago SnlltlJo SnlltlJoJJOllotnfo Hrmtithimgulloinniothuro
1 Commodore JJOllotnfo Schloy Schlc was not in incommand InC0l0lHlot iiieunmuimauutl
command C0l0lHlot nt that 1m hnte hnte2fhl Imnttio Imnttio2rlue t tie tie2Tho
2Tho 2fhl Pitoldont I llflcnt of the United VnlllJ Plates Platesnnd Stateft IatelIl
nnd Il ft tnl tho I him navy II mm mtv5 V depuitnuTnt 11epIIlllllt il Imd hd deilded deildedthnt deddl1 deddl1thnt tie iuleti iuletithmtt
thnt Admiral Hampton HII11101 was nM In cmmnanA cmmnanAnl lflUAnl
nl II that tH tim itt t buttlt butlt nnd 1111 Commoilou Co III 1011 f imu Il Sdilej Sdilejoeond Shl nchmio3SOCO 3 3eold
SOCO oeond eold ad In II I mu aommnnd cOIIIII cOIIIII3lho cciii iii mm mmd mmd3iiio
3 3lho 3iiio The ucstlon IluoslolllS us to who commanded commandednt coml lldot
nt It Santiago 61t08 wns W nut lot leferml Irctld to the theutirt theIourt tuecourt
court for Consideration conllllelQ cimimsitlero 1011 t lout und 1111 evidence evidencebearing Clltlcl eviuinmicaJenring
bearing bCI rlllf on 01 ho point 1101lt iLK wnl excluded excludedBCHLTJV txcludel tueiUdetlCflI1Y I ISCILI
BCHLTJV SCILI NOT Ol IN I COMMAND COMMANDlCommodoro COMMAND1Conmmnudore
1 Commodore Schloy was hot in com commnnd comIMld cornIlium
mnnd IMld Ilium at lt that thlt battle battleUO bate bate1h6 hattieaIimo
UO aIimo 1h6 The disposition dlhpoaltol1 of the forces at atthe ntthl Attime
the thl beginning Ullllln8 of tho battle according uccordlui to toCommodore toComlodoro toCoiiiimmudore
Commodore Comlodoro Hchlcys own 01 statement statementplaces statementlubacen Iltemont IltemontlJlnccl
places lJlnccl Adwlial AllmlII Sampson BnlnllC in command commandTho curmuuI curmuuITho
Tho Uiooklyn Blook yn nnd tin tl Vixen Ien were Ier UK UKwesternmost thoVstollllo timeveStomumiiimmnt
westernmost Vstollllo t ships Ihl19 ot the fleet tlot the theIndiana IheIndllLnu timeIndiana
Indiana and Gloucester Ooucest < r were lre tho east oautormnost Ilut Ilutortllost eastoruuuiloat
ormnost ortllost The Now York wa OR nearer ncareiboth n nearerhaIti III IIIhoth
both of the latter htt l t1nl tlinn the Lii Brooklyn Brooklynand HrooklI hirooklnarmU
and notably nt the tll time tlnc vvhcn hOI the tw In Indlnnu InIlunn himdiminmt
dlnnu Ilunn was Wil heavily hell ongngod OIIIIl1 ut lt time Ihf be beginning heIlullnl iieginn
ginning Ilullnl ginn I mug of lt the th I ii I nctlon leton mid I ami it mmii when hll hetm tin tinGloucester thl timellouister
Gloucester Uouclstor wns Wil ungnged lgnpll with wih the th Furor Furornnd l Forumaumd urol urolnlll
nnd nlll Iluton Commodore fldiloy H 81 sumymi sumymiLhiu yn ynThe H Hho
The ho Indlftnii 11111 I ii ii lam ma und lud the Gloucester Gloucesterworo I10uIelllll j loutvs Icc Iccivemu
woro el closer CIOIOI to II yout QUi flagship 1111111p than tu tutho totho Luthe
tho Brooklyn 1rI10klh > Wo Vo have InI then tin tincaso I Lii Liiemiso
caso CIO of a I fleet n lt In 11 n regular r < fin rllmllon rllmllonwlhtho fumimmiutloim fumimmiutloimvl million millionwith
with wlhtho vl tim the I lie oammnmltfrlnulilef IMnrnndorlnthlr Otuim Inn nui r I IILiilf within withinRlgnnl wihin wihinIInnldhflnco V I ii I n nalginti
Rlgnnl IInnldhflnco llHtunco and Ild closer to t I a largo largonumber Ilrle1111Ior begimuuuuimor
number 1111Ior of tho thf t hm uhlps liii I l4 than tlrn t Is ii thn 111 lit Heumd HeumdIn 11 He t11 t11In iiui iiuiin
In comniiuid cOlmd II it I I t Is true I tuiu that t thu lhl com cominnridorliciof COI liii liiiiimutmidu
innridorliciof Jntdorllicotco iimutmidu i mu cii ef could Ifliot not hae lu immi vu I leached leachedthb rlllle i ecihiellit I Ithbloat
thb thbloat lit most distant ls I1 vetpel vetFt eesoi by signals 81J111 exJ exJXieptby IX IXCII ox oxVhlt
Xieptby Vhlt CII t by crluMng C dU IIR g them tuim to 1 I 1 be I ippeatod 1IIulell tii bj bjail 1 yt ytUI i
ail UI Jju iumtcrihimio nBtjIliao t veifsol Vl11uJIIl veimiiuu nn entUolyi entUolyiusilol uutlclr t uu1mmrly uu1mmrlyumsiumi
usilol tltr iinir Iqlfi Qmt5LiIdht l1 mi If I II Is willally llll true trlr thtit thtitHid thl 11101the
Hid tMI Benin culclJh d Jn tlJH command 1lmIIIouIU oulU < ndt Il1t liavfl liavflreached hIY hIYrMched imAvorearimeil
reached tile to rcmoto reloto veiwels velYel1 of the ile UpAl UpAlnmolY uletI t ttmmcly
I tmmcly tin unely the t hue Indlllll Indiana mini nttd 11 the t Ii e uiouies uiouiestcr GlourellIr I Ilousor
nals nalsIn nail immilsIn Ir tcr or without wlhout HkowlMO IkoIII repenting 1101111 sig signals sigimmils hr hrnail ¬
In this state of nffnlrs ntllrl the teguln tegulntlons regulntloM rgulations
tlons of f thu nnvy IV und Ind tho customs tualla i or orthn Ir Irth Ifthu
thn th sen plaro tho absolute Ibsolutl lommnnd lommnndand cormolu cormoluInll
and Inll tutu ofllccr ofllccrb olcel the full tUI responsibility relpolslllllty In 11 the senior senloiofllccr BenlO seniorofhlcer
Il b Tho Brooklyns Urooldynl manoeuvre mnnoluro dur durIng durJng Curlog
log the action acton destroys destro R nny claim clnlll Hint HintCommodore thntConulloduro thatConmmuiodoro
Commodore Bchley might mlghthao have hitl IU to tocommand toe toOImium1uiLItl
command e ollnHlnl Thu facts as 11 to t Limo loop mo mofound nlot0111 flr flrfotmumil
found t0111 by ly tho court The lll finding and andopinion unllOllnlon antiopinion
opinion show IhUI thnt to nvoM avo danger lonr to tohis toh tohis
his h II own HhIp Hhl lie mnnoeuvied monOIIe1 ultlnut wlthmtwnllnR ssithmmutnrrming ultlnutwninlng
wninlng wnllnR the lest of t tho squadron Iquolrol Anti nndIn Int Antiin
In disregard dlsegnrd of tho tll lent f ot formation formationPRESIDENTS CO fommummthoumPItISIDENTI3 1ntlol 1ntlolPI
PRESIDENTS PI SIlf DICOIHION DWIHION DWIHIONTho DIC1W1ON2Time
2 2Time The Picsldcnt esllcnt of it the United UnitedHtntes Unlod UnlodtHlll UnitedNtatcmu
Htntes tHlll and Ind time navy nlvYdelUlllent depot m1epmitiuieimt tment Imd Imddecided hRIIdccld1 hmauidecided
decided that Admiral Bamptiuu SnmltOI WAN III Ineommnnd IIIIolmond iiiconmnmnnti
eommnnd Iolmond nt that battle Ilto and 111 Commo Commodore Commodore Commomince ¬
dore Scliley second lConl In command Incommanl IncoummunarnlThIs commandTliH
ThIs fhll fact was hoforo the murt for forthe tOlthe fortIme
the secretarys telelury letter litm tu tl the t iii Senata Senatadated Seuoto Semmatidated
dated Feb II C I 1SDS states tutlH that thlt tho thoSpanish thoSIJlsh timei3liiUISim
Spanish squadron WItS destroyed dlihYld by bynur IY IYour bymimic
our lied Icot under his Si a4IplI bnipsoums mpson s com command rommOld coinumiand ¬
mand mOld nnd nll tho advancement of Com Commodore ComIttlcro Conmmouloro ¬
modore Ittlcro Hchteywas Schley WS proposed pro loiellln In recogni reragnltlon recognition recognithen
then of his HOI 1vle aorvic vice an rl mimj next fnoxt In rank nt ntthe II IItho mitlie
the victory Itor of Sniittnuo
foltmw foltmwTho
y 3Time Tho question Ifue t91I as t o who commnndwl commnndwlnt
nt lt Hantlagn Santago was WIB not Toi I referred refefd to tho thocourt thocourt timecourt
court for roimlderntfon cOlsllertlon Evidence tce bear bearIng beslIng beambig
Ing on the tl point 11Int wan wnl exoludod exoludoda oXl1lullodI exolmidodrtIf
a rtIf U I Commodore Com mud are tVlile hle > was In Incontmnnd Inco 1mmcomittuuurmul
contmnnd co n1 11 Admiral Allmlrol Butiipson was ns not notnnd lt ltInlt nottinul
nnd Inlt It tlio thl jucatlon ueston OH to t which whl h wan wnl In Incommand IncOlrnllnl1 incourumnanil
command cOlrnllnl1 wee to be aofmldeied oora1ldllO t1 by thu thucourt thocourt thucourt
court surely urel Admiral Admlrl Hnmpson RUlpSOI became becamean ecamo ecamoIn
an In lnter Intellltel iumtertusted ted party and anllUl under er the tle pre precept lre lrecept procept ¬
cept wan entitled entited to tho hearing which whichvu whIchWlt
Wlt vu vtmLi repeatedly reptnt dly refused r tusel him himb 111mbfh himbThme
b bfh Thf > language Ilnguoo of the piecept ex exeludes exclUde8 oxeludes
eludes the lullon luentlon on 1 to w viuo tio o com eommnndcd comnAMell coinmnanded
mnndcd nt that battle bale It directs tho thocourt thoCOIt thecommit
court COIt to inquire Into time to mniiiirt condul of ofAdmlml atAdllll ofAduuuiral
Admlml Adllll Bchloy Heh Scimicynut oynot not Idto Idtt his status or orii orJS oritS
ii JS itS a to whether or not ht im was wnl In com commnnd rm rmIun coinmimand ¬
mnnd Iun And rmd to report Ha 18 uoncluslons u4otmciusions up upon UIIon upon ¬
on his onduot In connexitlon conneilon with wih the thnoventH theovents theevents
events of tho Santiago SantiagocThe SlnUafo iltmJllln iltmJlllncTht enmpaign enmpaigncTime
cThe cTht Judicial udicInl oflcor OtCO of the court courtmaintained curt curtrnnlntltncll courtmnalntmtlnetl
maintained rnnlntltncll this matter mnttr pmmitt r Mas IS mmmi outside the thescope thoapo thescope
scope apo of Inquiry InQllr3 They Tie ixpressed < jxpn xllrtIt1 > ied will willingness wt wtulinguess ¬
ingness to t no O Into It I If thijir th Ir view should shouldbo Ihnuld IhnuldloovprruleO
bo loovprruleO overruled but hit were ero In every Instnnoe InstnnoeRustnlncd Inatanluetlllnod lnstanuesustained
sustained luetlllnod by the t e court courtILEPOItT i iW5POUT ImWOHT
W5POUT ornip ornipThua CItMtPThus CITHPTints
Thus nt page 107 the thl thenmalntent wslfltant to tho thoJudge thojUdgo tim timjudge
Judge advocate odvoct Jnge said sld OTie Oo further furl her word wordus worl1n
us n to tl a suggestion BU1Jojtlon just mail1 ma as UI to the theIntention theJntlntlon timeintention
Intention Jntlntlon to show alow thnt Admiral lrlrl Bamp Bampuon famp fampImn nampSon
Son 1Of iai att pot In tills thmi mtl b1JU I w wish lJl h to tonny toMY totiny
tiny thnt tllrwf tbmttw we do ld m1dnbtundertnd nbt nbrunderland under t m < l that tllt the thequestion thoqueston timequestion
question queston whether wh tlcr Adnilrni jtmttJ Huaipwm 1111un was wasor wnl wasor
or was nut In time t battle battio1ot I of SuntiHgo Iln O IB IBbefore la1efore 1mmbefore
before 1efore tho court court ollnto If I It 18 v we iduill 8hll be behnppy beIlp behappy
happy Ilp to Invo InvWUgnto iumvwtjgnto tjgnto It I Un Until Unt UumLII ¬
til t the cano MiO taken tok hut attitude ntlude It la II 1mmiunuupcr laImproper
Improper Ir lllI to t sPread 1IInld upon UPOI the records recordsarguments rordt rocordilargunuemmt
arguments and Ind jucfltlonfi UtOn which pro proceed pr piOcoed ¬
arlUulntl ceed upon the thoory thMt thnt li he Is In I the thecane theCUII thecase
cane caneCounsel CUII caseCounsel
Counsel Counlf1 for tho oiiplkant IIIf4nt withdrew withdrewthe withrw withrwthe
the question questionAt qUIUonA uesttOnAt
At A pace 110 490 of the record rlord the tame tamematter 116 116m sanmernmittei
matter m tebnJ t tueng > ong under untordllWlon dlsciuwlon Mr JlrHnnna MrBnnnl Mrilaimna
Hnnna said loll lollI saidIt aldIf
If I It In II the desire delro of the tll court to go goInto goInto goInto
Into these things It I would ould Ir > f course coumebe coursebe ur urle
be le proper but It would not be nsct8 nsct8snry nl neessary o osarr
snry
snryWe We are arethoroughlY prepared JIJllnd to go In lato Into into >
to any discussion lllcullllon of 0J them provided pluldl the thecourt thoourt thecourt
court dcslroB BO MI to enlarge enlorfc and extend utondtho txtundtho extendtime
tho scope scopoot of Hill Inquiry Counwl uJI for forthe forthe fortime
the applicant appl lnt again failed folcl to prewi Jlr the thepoint thepoInt theloiflt
point find nd tho court made no objection objectionto objeoton objeotonto
to Mr HnnnnB view viewAt viewAt lo loAt
At pnges Jlnles 153 And nn 1100 < 10SO timers were er dm 11m 11mInr situliar dmliar
> advocate In Inthe Inthe Intime
liar rulings by the Judge odYOrtl
Inr rullnlI
the case of It nil 11 those dcclarniioiw dllafatol there theruwas thlf therewag
was wal acquiescence on the part of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court courtd p
d ill 1 The Tht court uniformly unlforty nueoted nueotedevidence neot91 neot91Ivlteacei nujeotetievidence
evidence Ivlteacei as to who whocommAndlc commanded On all aUr
r
ife the IIQII images h iieueum cIted front tho tlm reCOrd
I11
clOl oli IMrd
IIt tim cSTfn court urt W rJetl1 rejected Tu Huel such Iiuinct KTSSl tUlll 1
riowliBi 10Ihll Was v 1 it 1 aiimlitwl tll1lld thhIWl Agninut tgllln t 101 ob
jOotloti jOotlotijfl J ulon ulonQ
jfl Q 1h court mor 101 than thn once oncoSe Ipe pe
dJnonly lfl Ifloaily ° nly ruled that ttiU thl allSHtlon qUIHlllWt1 vvtia 0
not bofora Ilofo it 4 41ou
For ioi xainplii At t page 1JSO 16S where
tlo tltu lu iiiNtlon 1IIIIon was wn 00 lS to the ls portion 111110 of
thl
the Ifle eommamler In II chl ohilt oiuhef f and Un of time thoNII New Newid
VIk 11111 itumul id mi to the tle part Ilrt th tIme y look In th tit time
Unttl Unte Admiral Dewey said 81d We v do dojto dofbI
jto fbI ol want 111 Hint We him I mmmvr ruled tlml 10 10ol
Out I The he Judav Jul miii idvoiatu 10 tLIit5 Il to Ihll I him ailfod allull
If limo thuculrt court had t so i ruled and 111 Admiral AIII Admiilrai1eivey lrt1
Upwey
e replied
relled I j I
1 Wo have 110 Wo have kept Ilolt the Naw
Yoik Od out 1l of U itNee
I h Nee ItO nt0 1lr iffi MIS I 4SI 4SIWHAT Sl SI SIVititr
WHAT WHol i if COUH coii ll1m ltt141I ltt141If
f 0 Tho Th h court COlrl went lt HO 10 far r ns to rIde
at natft lg mg Hit thht Admlnrt Bohloy U sine au
Amlfl 101loy al
not lut in cornimind cOlllind during lfurlll tliu tli battllj IIUII Tho hu
matter lmier then before berIre limo court related
to the th jmrlods during < Which hlh jttlflmltat rbled
Behley alhl Imd IHBII II 11 In II nt nlllliO fuiu1mite > ut eomnmnd colmana couliummamidtimid AIIIIII11
timid nut time Judge JUclI advocate Illloolto Haiti 8nll I
Mr IJaynor < Ullr you aru It oojillnlng 001 I II I your yourself
Belt I lt to July J113 3 ur are your1 your1Mr ytiu O t 1r
Mr lUyrtoi 18101 In reply jwtiulosdcd In
lIIY aUloHded II
Hill tfll view 1 and 11 the thl court rul IU ruled tll d that ult ultpjistlnnn 11 giliuustiuimmm
qUIIUnll pjistlnnn shall be b Iohnnwj lOlltt1V lo between ltwl betweenthi tn
the is llh flhlti iii ni II jduy II IUd uid th tht flnit Ift of June JunerInllng Jln Jlnr Junerlatmmig
rInllng r Jon to tli ti oinntaniloi 1 < nll ltol mnnuKe mnnuKeIIHMII mnnuKeIWII mnafltigeimmemii
IIHMII IWII did iontioi oltol of Ir HiM sauttdron sauttdronwhn 811ulrol silimetiroimwhen
when whtl he wa Ia wai uotunlly C4inmandorirr C4inmandorirrchief euuminaumdeisiichief
Clln nllI nllIchlet
chief Mntteia Mutels referring rCerrluJ to his 111 alleged alleftmloommnml 11 allegedUOlflImimiumii 11
oommnml 0111111 on July 3 w WGld vere ra excluded excluded0mm
decision decisiona dellol On 01 page lale H88 lUI 1 ti time tl court cunnnni ollfn this
a I All Al piopoted IllOloJed iitientlinm rllQtluns qn this thisubj ihlslubJrt timieNUIjeet
lubJrt ubj pt were WQI emo sillier rejected r j tw by tho thocourt th tlmcOurt i iclJrt
court clJrt or wllhdwwn Ivldrowli by Hip tip applicant applicantwho aimpilcuimtstimp
who I0tUCly finally ncquloccod ncqllOccd In limo ho 11111cult decision decisionof Icl1loni Icl1loniI
of the court cout and gave up him hl effort rl In Intlilu inthis
11 ul
thll this b buhtl bimutlC htilf saying snylnr I bow respectful respectfully oto ¬
I ly I to tho dnulon ad lon of time lll bOlrQIOClt court Olr and BI1 I t I
know 1 < lo oxaeljy oue what It I mwxnR mwxnRof IA nmeanatatanoes r 1 1 1lllfB
tatanoes lllfB of ot he lli Wlthdrn ltllrn lth4rtifliT1i lth4rtifliT1iquestions vf i aIcTf r fi fiqUQlonl tfuch tfuchand
qUQlonl questions and IIld of their r rjotbili jtcU juIO < > ti by the theeouit theCGUIl thecotmmt
eouit will wil b bO found flu Jn Hit rMPCil r ut II nt ntpugett atutugge
pugett 138 J 3 167 1 71 131 9t un c SB sitU 1OC 1OCIi 1Oty 0 0I
11111 Ii hi I The h minority Il0rly opinion phased phasedby M sed sed1y
by 1y Adinlml lnlrnl Dewey Daw y In till UI I1OI inuttor UtWII la laat Isat
at It variance ullnCi with th all al tin nllllied 1111ll d of t tlio tliocourt thtcourt lmr lmrcourt
court In tills thl icganl 1 and dlfiuiy con contradlotn CII contramiuat
tradlotn trallot time letters Ith r wlttrclri wlrln Admiral AdmiralDewuy AdmnrnbDen I
Dewuy Den uy for HIP tit commit OIIt d dalp dilinse lh Admlml Admlmllnmpeon8 Adtnl11 tdunhuiiiSaiiuimsorma j
lnmpeon8 1lllson8814tul status statusThe I 4
The lho navy 1VY cIIIRItlent m leuuavtniemmt < imi uncut lit Its Ill pretopt pretopthud ratolHIUld
hud Justly Movldml JIollml that Ihn wiy prison prisonliitflicBtod lemSCttimmterentod 1801 1801lnlIQlllod
liitflicBtod might ho Hlv siuemm n
111 n 111 an oppor opportunity oppertilimity pporhllity ¬
tunity hllity of t appearing IPllllrllt before IlfntQ the th < uit nUt In Inperson 11 liiJiereoli
person IJer81 ilehts ilehtsAs uhgimtaAim or by oiiimal loulHell11 and protecting PrtttllJ i hlu hluilehts imiumuhgimta III I I1Iht I
As Al counjtl l llnJCI for fot the then ItldiMi nQijhlrOntlanurel nQijhlrOntlanurellit ltfM ltfMI
n I lit > JltlQ tlinaflH tlinaflHUPfln thmtmolm ti tIme cotmrju rJ uiktijh I GI 11 wad 81rw 81rwlmtl spreal sprealiruilu
UPfln lmtl the QW 1 iruilu IOIIIQ t flIIi fle l1i1 ni nieounfel
J Jiountel ifIJttt hlrc hlrcl
llTi1I1iAIMlhfIMn iountel l unftI tliitiiigh srtimniKytlinMi 11lllfllt Ull v vIenlWl I IICllllIU r rluhCt1 >
IenlWl tn the court n nI nilting llri < II1I1 for or rm5t rm5ttlon rt0lthomi tlt <
tlon or for uwinlBslon uerml9 lon to nppoilt QIII ttnu ttnudafend llllUdllfel1l tmnmdneumd
dafend Admlml Sampwms HKiitn Eiuli Eiulitime Iutt I th thlimo ii iihue
time our rcquent was 1111 d clfml mlziitd idcdnnii llJln runit wo wowere IVcwert wewere
were assured IIIU Hint Admiral tlllI1I nl Sflmrisnn Sflmrisnnwas SI1IJ1VOIlUtl L1tmmimoum L1tmmimoumtLtu
was Utl not Involved nnd IhaUy Admiral AdmiralDisuoy 4ttniirailco03r tlrl1lrllt
Disuoy t WOY acknowledglnf time rtreln of ofone orono ofone
one of our Itttern In whl which h wo 0 ha latlf immi > l up uppoAled mihmpoatleci I1 I1pl1fled
poAled tq him on the ground of this thisvery thusvery I Ivory
very rlUOltlOIl < iuo tlou ns to wiioroinmMdvd wiioroinmMdvdnt who rl19111111cI 1l 1llit 0 0mit
nt Htintlngo wild wildI
I Imvo in state vrhllo hllo tho piecent piecentconvening Ieeevtununvumuiumg
JlIeCCt JlIeCCtcunvcnlng
convening this court gives It authority authorityto nut IQfI IQfIto
to poi peljl1lt pill any pcmon whom It amy 1111 > ri rignrd 10 10flllrd ragiurd >
gnrd tt ooneeintd In time Invcxttgiitluti Invcxttgiitlutito
to be h present the court cOn cOnvldcid ct3nllltll8 adaihiciitm
vldcid that Admiral BampHon Is nit t uu uuInterested unIntlrolJtcil aninterested
Interested pait natty > and you youmo YIIUnlo ium j jtimmr
mo further r Infuimad thnt If clreurn clreurnHtnnces CircumIItlln11I clreurmistances
stances ai 111111 auI lie ulilch hloh In the oplnloli ilt ilttho > f fthe flimo
the court tender It nsccaoarjj nllteSnr umsceasar1mor for or Ad Admlrnl AllIIlml 4diuilrmii
mlrnl Hiuniison to hu roprcsen rOllreseJ1IJlI eil Cute duanotice dU dUnntlc Cutenotice
notice will 11I be sent him himUpon himJllon buntlimon
Upon that promise prom Iso Admiral Banipyun BanipyunHilled SOl1lpllOnIollcd Samimpsnnmulled
Hilled The he notice cnmo only In the theform thetorm timeforiml
form of a minority opinion by Admiral AdmiralDaey Admirallewoy I InaIVo
Daey discussing mutters b hj liCyOrtil < > onil Jllir the theeiopp th thSIOPI timeatomic
atomic of tin pr precPllt copt and nowheie In Included Inclullotl ittciuded ¬
cluded In time farts found by b tho court courtVery collrtVlit Ooumrtery
Very ery respectfully respectfullyBTAYTON re renimeotfuflySIAYTON lOctftJllYB
BTAYTON B Y70N CAMPI1ELL
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M2MIY IE IIY SUBMITS REPORT REPORTWashington 1UIIOUTWnllhlngton I1EI1OI1TWnmmhingtomi
Washington Deo 20Judge 0 OJudHoJJ1vo OJudHoJJ1voen Judgo Advo J4vocute Advocate ¬
cute en te Lcmly lt1ml amid Solicitor lumen this thisafternoon timisittternooui
afternoon submitted to t Bccy Long Longtheir Mngtheir Longtheir I
their repot repot t Of tho bill Of objections objectionstiled
tiled by Admlml Sehley through hl hlcuunsel hlcIJul1sel tile tilecoumisel
cuunsel to the findings of the Bchley Bchleycourt Schleycourt Sehteycourt
court of Inquiry In ulrV In substance this thisreport thlllreport thinreport
report Is nn argument supplementary supplementaryto
to the argument minus by the writers writersbefore wrltorHbllforc writersbefore
before tile court of Inquiry The prin Jlrlnehlol principal irincilmal ¬
cipal points ate an Insistence lnal trnco upon upontheir upontheir upontimeir
their contention thnt the first report Is Isthe 19the isthe
the unanimous report of the court COUltot COUltotInqulr of ofInquiry ofinquiry
Inquiry that the court was Justified In Inrejecting Inrjectln iiirejectIng
rejecting Admiral Hchleys evidence by bytho hythl bytime
time number of witnesses who took issue Iwuowith ISIMwith issuewith
with him and that there la no sufficient sufficientreason sulficientreason ulnclentrellon
reason for n reopening r of the cnse cn e ns nsroqu nsrequllijto1 aimrequested
roqu requested Htod by Admiral Hchley Secte Sectetnry Set1etarr Sectutar
tnry tar Iong has not yet noted ICt duPl111 upon tho thoreport thortllorl thereimort
report hut Ii expected < to do so sotomor sotomorrow tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row If adopted the rcport will to toforwarded W1orwnrdrd beforwarded
forwarded to Admiral Bchley BchleySecy SchleSOOT a aReq
SOOT Gngo Will WillWashington noIIoII noIIoIIWDshlngtlJU S SWashingtitim
Washington Dec 20 20lt K Is IsGnges mm 8e 8eGO fiery fieryGages
Gages GO u8 Intcntloi to relinquish the trcas trcasury troosortfoIlQ troastirrjuortfolIo
ury tirrjuortfolIo portfolio ns soon m President PresidentItoozevelt PrasldentHootlelt PrasidontlIooevelt
Itoozevelt can an timid n 1 suitable euccessor euccessorand sUCC aucceimsoratmi Jlsor Jlsornnd
and he has BO Informed tlie President PresidentMr
Mr Gag would like to be relieved lie liefore hetoro beforo
fore spring Tin President lrolldeutluu line dotie dotienil dollenil clotmenil
nil he could to dissuade dl UllIle Secretary Seor tary Ga Gafrom Gnu Gnatrom Gnufroni
from retiring and will probably y contin continue omtmn omtmnue ¬
ue to UM > his efforts In that direction directionSecy directionSec
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wan AIIllUde trmde known to the President sonic tomolittle soniclittle OI11UIlttl
little time ft ago o Just how long la I not notkno notknolm potknown
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decllnrd to w JUT y anything about tht hft > ru rumors rllmoti mamorn ¬
morn of hit resignation b beyond yond the thesimple theHIDIlle thesimple
simple statement that he had hudnmn not for forirmlly form formsiiy
irmlly m rpulfined What I mny oip o nay nnynot naynot naynot
not do excniually 1 nm nqt propnrftd to tosay toI1IY tosay
say no now paid Hn > seoretnry Rut RutI
I can in wi that the Ih roiatnlona between betweenthe 1J beweentimi teen teentht
the President RIIII nd myself nr nra p J virfuctly virfuctlysordial pfuctly pfuctlyeordlal racllYeonlllLl
eordlal He wnuld uld do almost 0nythln 0nythlnI <
I would ask and Do nd I would do almost any anything nn nnthing anything ¬
thing he mlclit sink nskIlls 118kJIIi sinkIlls
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London D Dee c 20 20Th The Jury returned returnedn
n verdict of guilty RU Ity ngnlnst both Theo Theodore rlillOdore rlieoCore ¬
dore and Laura Jackson Ann O1 0001111 0001111Dig Del I a aDin
Din Dollar charged d nrged with immoral Imraorftlpnuitlces Il1 immoralpnictlceti l12ortll l12ortllJn
pnuitlces Jn tlcell nnd fraud fraudTtie tro timidTIme ld ldTile
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years yeats eat penal serrltudo nnd Mr Iti Jackson Jacksont Jt1Ck OI1 OI1t
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