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they were reeehel received hy tho thoI theor1
jr frsl or1 N mayor whcr Sir Josepl Joseph n C Vhnsdnle VhnsdnleI DIndaIc DIndaIcthe
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1 adhtnt of the clty8 eIty freedom freedomta tlecdOJ tlecdOJl fieedomtdre1S
thb bslOwa1 connection tl with tho thoMJffin thoIIMnlaton theffflttIOfl
tdre1S ta i In connccton wih
MJffin l ddrt8 ongnitulat ongrltulltQII a Mr Cham Chameorvlces CjaiflIt hnmJI
IIMnlaton It ffflttIOfl the services ho had render renderduring reller ier
JI on during the lost twen twenpccla twenITve twent7ye
3 10 t te thS empIre dwIIIni Illccaly pccla t1 CCIa2IY ly on Oi the thethe tho1T thedy
ITve 1T 11llel In ftU years bI dwelnr he bad WQIletl lledthe the col co1toiw colnlel coltd
nlel td togethe together togetherIn Chamberlain dls dlsri 1IHtihOt4
toiw In fraK IIPlylng Wentlon of making po poout 101 101tcal poll polltlcl
ri tihOt4 any Y Jtnton
1111J out of the occasion but butho butwd butlt
tlcl capial in behalf bchalft ea eaMk
tcal b ounst ho might mg n
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make an appeal
Mk mvernment luke nl IJcal
t the gOVCOfl
Sport ort The government had hadt10 hadto
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toMIUP tjtIooIl i
K Teat m national objects obj c In viewto viewtoJ viewtoiisblli
u t10 to J iisblli wA 13tutonnl beyond I question llrltlsh Britsh an ani IU IUt anthotr I
and to main mainlin maintan
S t thotr orlt Ui I unity i South oii of Hid th Africa Arca empire cmplro IUI Ho 1oth lioth h oh obku ohle ohfrti
the tHI
lin tan ulity involved In tho lh South Af Aflie A Atki
le frti ku wn would always bo bobMfluee uovemorblt b bgenoabIe
lie war nlwoYI
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called out outWttry outre outtreater
bMfluee b It had hal cnl
vemorblt genoabIe luse effort than over bo bofrom u uJo heQtI
treater miiary erort be beshown heIlue beUu30
re Great Britain and
pjked e from Irlaln
Jo QtI u It ad rrm shown to Mend trlenl nnd foe foestrength 10eh foete
Ilue Uu30 Blown strength and and almost in inihi InIttUble inhuUbe
ttatlI Ind 110011
h te potentl p of tho empire empirei
ihi huUbe resources lnplre lnplreII
IttUble Kt h t It necessary to toto totoP toitoop
Ii i II hd Mt thought thot I neccssllY
hd Sat Imputations of nu flILtol
itoop > to meet Imputntols n nlonacrewlust
toP tol Sail mid greed K lust t of o territory or yr yril rerol er erol
lonacrewlust Soli criminal motives motivesctititti iotIvotiieIte4
ol il ibitiOfl and 10tvcI 10tvcIcluted
tiieIte4 ol ctititti cluted W bythe the Inslgnlflcant Inslgnlcnt mlnorlV mlnorl
ty since sllce tho war had the tli approval of ofsister oflst ofsItar
sister lst nations 111111 ucro auroes s the I he fleas fleasIn peasIn cua cuaIn
In regard rClrd to tho Immedlato Imme lato causes CIUfCfOf CIUfCfOftM of ofthe attilo
the war continued coUtlucd Mr MI dt Chamberlain ChamberlainIt llnlMIIII
It I was WI not 10t only olly Impossible hnllltMble for n anation Hieat Hieatnation Ilet Ilet11t01
nation 11t01 to ulluw ulQw Its Is lt subjects uljectl to bo b hu humiliated hl lieinflated ¬
inflated or oppressed Its Is engagements engagementsbroken elgugolontR elgugolontRbrokel engttgclllefltHbroken
broken mlntcd brokel und black lark rwieu Iueu oppressed olJpre e but butthe huttle butthe
the very vtry existence of o the tht empire was wasInvolved WasiIItulveJ us us11olvell
Involved tle and tho government was waspledged Wil waspledged
pledged 11olvell to contlnun MII It until the daneet daneetfrom dniotrain 1IOot 1IOottlOI
from tlOI Which they had hld escaped el nlled was WIS for forever to toeCI forever ¬
ever averted avertedAfter Iwrtcd IwrtcdArr avertedAfter
After u reference r ercnco to shallow shllow observ observcr obacrern
cr ern Arr abroad abroll I who whotoretohl foretold Great Britains Britainsdownfall Brltalnl Britainsdownfall
downfall Mr M Chamberlain Chumhellnln concluded concludedwith cOlctudrll cOlctudrllwih
10wnfal with a i Blowing glov Mff tribute trllle to the colonies colonieswho colOllel coloflhSsvhto
who wih throUBhbut nR the war be said had haddomoimtiuted haddcmou hadieinoltIatCd
domoimtiuted dcmou trul their Intention Intenton to shunt shunttho Ihllr Ihllrth shnrethe
the th obligations as woll wel as 11 a the privileges privilegesof 11Illnrcs 11Illnrcsof
of the thl iinplre mMIIt V It I was a long step IlelJ to towards townrlu tOvards ¬
wards the consolidation c01180111ton which whlll was 18 now nowwithin 10W 10Wwihin flowwithin
wnrlu t
within wihin measure 1l IUle of practical 1111llc11 iccom iccomlillHhmont lrCn lrCnIJlshlent tcconiilIMhmcnt
lillHhmont Ho lu did tlll not envy tlm tlA states statesman Mlntesl Mtateselan
IJlshlent man who would ho willliiB wilng to comprom compromlm cOmlrol cOmlrol1M
lm l > l the thelsua issue for which the 11110 11110fOUlht n aihlo aihlofought > B Bfought
was not vindictive vindictiveto
fought The nation WiY
to fOUlht Its enemies nnlou It they surrendered surrendllel to today totny tocthy
day 11 they thtY cnelle would he welcomed as iK n fi hlenrlf hlenrlftmorrow filenrie filenrieteimorrov lends lendstomorrow
tomorrow tny Tho ha expulsion of t those Iho e who whocaused whoCIUICII ssiioc8u14c1
caused the war wus only olly n I measure nun uro of of5elfpreiervatlon otielIlrclernton ofsehtprcseratholi
5elfpreiervatlon sehtprcseratholi Blinllarly Rlnlnri immun immunity ImmunIy ImflitflIIty ¬
ity ielIlrclernton for treason was not humanity 1111nnly but butwas butwas ut utwns
was Iy cruelly IIaon to the WIA loyalists 10llst8 and to tho tholloers tho10rs theIloers
lloers cruely who h1O now In thousands IPCOK IPCOKnlzlng iacognizing
nlzlng 10rs the futility of tr the utrugg tuglle stvugIe c ww wwaiding wert wertnldlng CCC CCCaIdInc
aiding Great Ilrltain to t11 tmth M lthe th War WarIn WarIn r rIn
In Justice to those thmh Irlnlj who had hltl died Iled and amias Inll InlllS andas
as security s jURtre for to I tho survivors 1lrvlorR the Doors Doorsmust Iloorsmust oors oorsmust
must lS be made to recognize that they theyare theynro theyare
are divided lall and Inll from troll them thtm mast be betaken bctllten betaken
taken tho barest possibility 06HlhIIY of repeat repeating rcpentInl repeatlag
tllten lnrelt
lag the attempt To do otherwise otherwisewould otherlRBwould otherwiaewould
would Inl bo to alempt Invite Invio the tht contempt ot L Lelgn for torelgn forelga
elgn countries whose affection It seem seemed scemct seemed ¬
ed Imposslblo InPOAlhlo countrlel for them Ifealon to o gain Inll but butwhose butwhoBe butwhoce
whose ct respect leSplct at any an rate they the were wereChamberlain wer weraulo wereablo
aulo to seCUre secure4t
4t luncheon followed the reply or 11 11Chnmberlntn Mr MrChamberlain
Chamberlain 4 folowed to the presentation presentnton ad addrens Id Id11reus addrees
t tt A W S Association Asiaton Holds Hods Informal Meeting Meetng to Discuss Discussfto Discussr Discussf3
fto r f3 for Organization Organizaton and to Advance AdvancltoFin ItrFinancjal l iaIS iaISres Sec Secclarys Secfetarys
clarys Report Reprt SubmittedReceipts SubmiedRecips Were i35si i 358 i
uMnloIFeb uiotoa Feb b 13At an nnlnforinll Informal Informalhntlirol taformalhttthg
hntlirol tJlc httthg 01 th the National Natonl1 American Amllcal Wo Wotta Woou Wot
tta t u Suffrage association assocllton today tO IY held heldjn1ou MIdtrllou heldrnioos
jn1ou trllou rnioos > to tot the s calling caln together of the thekiltUr tbetfla thehV1ir
kiltUr tfla convention COnellton the subject of or orfulutlon oriUOI orVttiUtiOfl
fulutlon iUOI nnd Ind advancement ndvalcerent of 0 the thetaut thetl thetatis
taut tl ot woman suffrage sufroge was WIS dls dlstti dil diltltd dlsgse
tti tltd gse i Iary 0 Hay Iu of New Ne York YorkrnitW Yorkprfl Yorkrtg1e
rnitW prfl rtg1e d 8h She said solt two state otllcers otllcersLU omeerl
LU hia remarked rmaktd that thlt woman womln suffrage suffrageoaW sutrago sutragoOld
oaW Old com omt Just the same If I there tllre wan wantut WUI wanG
tut G orpminttcn orrntaUon that It would wouh come comethwijti com6Ihrouh coniethtoo
thwijti thtoo the proccBS rO roecss C8a of evolution eohilon This ThisUtenwtttcauied TillsIttantaued hlf
Utenwtttcauied lltentcaulr a number of the dele delefttM 11eletl dolettes
fttM tl to mnouncB that thlt they the wished wlshel It ItVtiown Itkno Itkow
Vtiown kno n Ihtt they entertained ltertnlnet no such suchIrtimtntu BuehIntmlntA suchtntImeotoan
Irtimtntu IntmlntA tntImeotoan and asked Qskea for the names MieR of ofttMwoitale ofthe ofthe
ttMwoitale the tl to late ofllcers otceff but Miss MI s Hay 11Y do dotlud tl tldne tiedined
dined dne to jive them thei Kducatlon g uclton Miss MIls tiss
H Iar hay r argued aged rve vas I necessary nrce8sur to success succeanBh IUCCCSi
Bh She tdvijed advlre nil ni prcHcnt to join clubs clubslth clubl clubSiltil
tUh lth the len ot sowing a little sill
j trlre ted Bhe Bie he declared dec llrctl that lte ovolu ovoluw 0011
w t n might rght bring suffrage sUllQ but It would wouldtccoaipiiihcil woula WoUlde
I e mmttt 1 tccoaipiiihcil belpd mplh along alongaulber t quicker if I evolution evolutionmmttt eolu evolutionIl1siptd ton
i aulber eoiaber umb r ol the tll delegates delegn testjel urged In Inl
Oij 1 activity actviy In the matter ° of r mom momJta
l Ztihip Ztihipro Ilhp Ilhp1r mater
Jta 1r ro fatt Ialt raid she would wo1 bo glad glld It a awratlon
wratlon tluton would be Introduced In II the theto
tOenlon atftfltlon to double the membership
Ind tlweby jet everybody Colylud to work workrw
10 ° rw nau agC ago M Mrs I Catt explained
ttp In the lb t conentlon cOIenton had Cat adjourned a 1
lequelt IUlrt I StS s sent throughout IhloughClt the na
m lon to ti to double the membership membershipt7vM u
but member8hl
t7vM 8me tome people Wt that thlt It did not re
I 111
tev elVI
Ji the Inspiration It would hayu had
la Id InlPrton wOll
> tae
f convention cn nton endorsed U I The Theacted
ItmLrs OITzlVeera at enc acted the
nctcl ipon Bug
ruton 01 titUot the and an d derided hed 1 It I to be 01 the sensev sensevthat selse souse
oranl that nil n should Join
alol tlt
an erort ort to double the membership shoul
wn I III to aaCmi Crde II the association a orlnton proper lemuershl was Wil as called CICd CICdc
c ta tdtr days py by rrcsident Irlstelent Catt Cnt for Its Is see seeifiihitinil seoIH
IH dYs sespIon Reio therl tlieri YOU but a
ifiihitinil lthtfaIiingoff ch raing ot In Ihf tIi 1P attendance not
If tllanlng twillng tie intensely Intensel cold coll wenth wenththe weathTtepotto
Ifptl eitaig Ttepotto ptl Irol frc the t committee Iommlteo on ere
bOUd or f
auditors aUlorllnt and tho cor
TnOfldiag n Dr Secretary lary were read and np
4 eonstantfnol ODstantnopt been < Feb VIb 13AVarranls 13AVarranlsLutfullah
n hzuell
hfnc 1iO for time nrre arrest t of
Lutfullah LUlflllah nnd nndfugitives Sabahadihin
I I of I lm Slbnhadllr
r llnhmud Pasha
I h s the 8ul
> Lrolhrrjnlaw
nn and other
hen1 prom
et Trkish rurhcb fugitives tuglles who are
proved The reportof Harriet Inrrlet Taylor TaylorUpton TIlor TIlorUpton TylorUpton
Upton treasurer tre tulel was as then thn submitted submittedand submltell submltellnul
and showed the financial Inlnolnl condition conditon of ofthe otthe ofthe
the nul asHoclntlon to be as IU follows followsMrs tolows tolowslrH followsMrs
Mrs lrH aUloelaton Harriet M 1Taylor Taylor Upton of ofWarren ofWnlenO ofIVarren
Warren WnlenO 0 submitted slbllt 1 her report as astreasurer nstn UStreasurer
treasurer tn It follows followsRwtlptH tohlowtmflettiimtH
RwtlptH SUICI for I tolOWl tho year wero Jl3581i Jl3581ibalance l3tSi l3tSibalance Mli Mlibolllce
balance 9810 Three bequests were werepaid verepaid 110
paid within the year elr vie Iz Mrs Jonas JonasGreen JonasOreel Jonasireen
Green 111 wihin of Virginia 100 Dr Helen J JUnderwood JUn 3Underwood
Oreel Underwood Un erw od ot California Caltorla 100 10 Mrs MrsCharlotte MrshurlotoA MrsimariotteA
Charlotte hurlotoA A Cleveland ot Perry Per N Y
3000 3000New 2000New
30 New York contributed contrlbutel more money moneythan monl moneYthan
than any other state giving 3310 The Thefive TImelive 1he 1helve
five states RIlte paying the largest dues dUel and andtherefore 1111 1111IlrefOu iiiitltherefore
lve therefore IlrefOu having havlg the largest Ilrgest societies societiesNew 10dtteR 10dtteRNew socIetIesNew
New York Massachusetts Mn sachufotR Iowa Ne Nebraska Nt Nebraska ¬
braska brska and Ind Pennsylvania lcnnsIllln The largest largestper
per centapo of gain was made mnle by b Ken Kentucky 111 Kentueky ¬
tucky tlck where wlwr Miss Laura Iaura Clay CIIY Is presi president lrelIleli iro5ilent ¬
dent The membership lembershlp of the associa association uRsola uRsolalon usaocithai ¬
thai has Increased IncreaRel and au the outlook outook for forfuture tortlttt forfuture
future lon tlttt growth and 11d development nt is most mostencouraging mostencouruglng mostencouraging
encouraging encouragingSusan
Susan U Anthony nt this point pointslated polnlalatell poIntstated
slated that she II had hld a little lite scheme scline for forgetting forglttnl forgattiflif
getting money mole out of Uncle Ulco Ham Slm It Itwas I Itsm1H
was glttnl M that when hel Mrs Mr Catt at spoke before beforethe be beforetime foro forotho
the committees comaltpsot of Congress Congrlf on Tuesday Tuesdayof Tueltuy Tueltuyor
of next week welk she he should ahoula deliver del vcr a I por portion Ilr Ilrton imortion ¬
tion ton of her annual address ularess and 111 then thenask thenIRlt thenask
ask IRlt leave 1110 to print Ily this means meansshe meanshe meansshe
she said the government will wirlnt print tho thoentire thoentn theentIre
entire speech and In1 It can be sent lent tinder tindergovernmental unler unlergovlrn1entll undergovernuientoti
entn governmental govlrn1entll frank trnk to every ever state stIle In Inthe hItho Inthu
the Union UnionMiss UntonMiss UnionMiss
Miss Upton announced IUPlnccl1 that the rail railroads tl aiiroads ¬
roads had 11t granted grnntt nn UI unusual canoes concession conccaIon canoeselan ¬
toals sion Ion In II extending ttInlnl tho date dlto of the tick tickets tck tcketl tIckets ¬
ets etl to Fob Fel 23 23Mrs 23MrA 23Mrs
Mrs French 1lmch of Rhode Island Islnnl gave gavenotice JO JOnoUct avo avonotIce
notice noUct of an n amendment IlOenltlClt to tho bylaws bylawsproviding hylIWI bylawsproviding
providing prollllg that thlt whenever whlneVr 25 2 members of ofany otony ofany
any stnto petition pItlon tho executive executvo com commltteo commitee cornmitten
mitten that any alY an Question Queston shall Ihll be re referred rctlrled referred ¬
ferred tlrled to the lie states for or consideration considerationsuch cOnllcrnton cOnllcrntonBuch
such question quef1on shall Ihn1 be 0 so referred and andIf nld nldn
If n majority of the states atntl1 vote In fa favor fitvar 1 ¬
vor of the same It I shall Ihnl become ft I lw lwI law lawHenry aw awIItnty
Henry 1m I niiickwelj nfwkwel lJmo chairman chnlrmnnof of the thecommittee thocolnmltee thecoinnmlttee
committee colnmltee I on presidential pesldlntnl suffrage suffrageurged sufrago sufragourgol suffrageurged
urged every woman In II every ver state stlte to topetition topotton topetition
petition potton urgol their thllr legislature 1991 lnlure asking for tho thoright thoright therIght
right to vote for presidential IIcsl eUtal electors
charged with wih organising orgnnllln at the princes princesheadquarters ptlncshellqulrter pTinCsheadquarters
headquarters hellqulrter In 11nl18 Paris n conspiracy tp tpoverthrow t torthrolv ci cioverthrow
overthrow the sultan UIII They The Will Wi prob probably JJrobably lrObably ¬
ably bo sentenced Ilmtncetl to death leath by default defaultas Itetntlt Itetntltns
as was recently done In the case of ofDamad ofDIII otDamint
1 rlcenl 1010
Damad DIII MahmUd Mahmld Pasha
iroto5 roton
Flb reb 1J 1JIHHtton
fop Or 1Yolng Thon
tll tIi IO fllt JI8tl I5iaSl a Otlnlght ooil mmigii and
Iornlng am
tt that I it na annomllmed hil condition loMlton IHHttonthe wal WaS Iuch such
Pou Od Itaa tUnIIIld the theim tm PresIdent
IliC iS The Ij Wlllhington im this even evenn cel
lOj IUn lung crbll criMis o of thl ume tliedst lIVese In n Ue Ueh
tn nll
rtlia Ihl left IUhg hfll haB flll RUCess RUCesstn
h rlafalol i f t the tllrf to the thertlia
Slt 8 now 7 lV vSrri n hI out dlr1 doelr oToSJJBrho of danger ald aimd the b boy ° y ytaffiP
iato tIon lOIIIIU ° taffiP 111 gap ut the tli Infor roN
onmlhk Infol
5rning Jrln with Ih Jtlut PatIent this thisJrln
hit wih
ssssfe al lhl the lalt ami Ilad Qtditonailtlttmllt additionni statemsimi statemsimihit
1lttt nibi rkigh 8thee iassej UII he on OOC of l thu th
sA a lkvn ake 1 III
and that under thp careful coul nursing nursingwhich nursingwhlt1 nursingwhIch
which whlt1 h he will unceI rl have recovery t OCrr While Wlle It Itwould I itwould
would ou1 probably be slow IIW slow was S 11 considered consideredpractically consldereIlrnlclly consIderediirnetieahI
practically Ilrnlclly sine sinePresident Ile Ileirehlelt SlimeIreiideim
Hodevelt earlier than thanusual thanusual
President irehlelt HOWtlt went clrllr thln thlnIlal
usual Ilal to visit his son rind 16 bring back backhis backhis backhis
his wife Ife to breakfast bleakrnMt For lIr the til first firsttime Ilrt Ilrt1le firsttiimie
time 1le ulnco lilt hmI arrival nrrhII V the president presidenttalked lue presidenttalked lltnt lltntlakttl
talked lakttl with Wih the newspaper lelf11alltr men while whilethey whle whlethey whilethey
they were Wlr securing ltclrlnl the tie report Ilport of his hisMils htans hisCill
Mils Cill ns condition condiion He Il was Wnl very trr cordial cordialnnd c cordialantI < rtli
antI Inll spoka ipokA with wih delight lelght of o the favorable favorablecondition taornlJ favorableconditioti
condition tondilol of hU Imi boy ho hoIhe
The room rm In which young olng Roosevelt Rooseveltwnu HooKceltwal
wnu wal being cared tor or was not ot lighted lghted af after nftel atter ¬
ter tel 11 1 oclock cock lost Initnight night nIght The rooms of oftho ottho ofthe
tho othot two boys bo who wl0 are IrQ ill J at the te
Infirmary Innrlary were worl not dark and tcjid Id although althoughach alhough alhoughBeh
tacit had hllt a I iflstlusn nlfhtr the th reports reportsfrom reporlstlol reportSrronm
IOllIH Itlht
from tlol lug Ih thorn thQn this thii morning InrnhlR wore encourag ¬
ingAt At 11 1 oclock Hcoy Reo Cortelyou cumo CIO to topress topruf topress
press pruf hoadritiarlere hondqt1lterl with wih the th Informa Information Inolmn intetnutthou ¬
thou 101 that tho condition cotltQI of tho patient patientwan IJutent IJutentIM
wan na excellent oxcolcnl and II that tlnt President PresidentHooiovelt PIc Iresidentltoosevolt lth1t lth1t1010IOt
Hooiovelt 1010IOt was WI planning Illnnnlnl to leave IOlv for forWashington tOI tottislilngton
Washington WI8hlnntol al about II0Ut 4 I or 0 420 tilts tlhsafternoon ths thsuftalool tiltsafteiimoomm
afternoon uftalool His Hl special train t rR11 will wi go by byway ly lywny hyway
way of Worcester WorCtMte Instead of imHBlng imHBlngthioiifih mnsrlngthzotinh
thioiifih thlOllh lloston nOltUI as al It did It on tho journey jlnHMlu jlnHMluthlOllh oUncy
from tlom Washington Woshlutol tfi Uraton UratonAt hntOI
At 1 oclock Bery Fise Cortelymi nn nnnounced nnJIOUlwod aniioutmcetl
nounced to the newspupeir neH UIII man 101 hint thlt tho thopresident thoIJrelle time3rusIleimt
president IJrelle lt would leave Grofan lrotol forWash tOIWllh tOIWllhInftol oiVasiiIngton
ington Inftol at lt 440 4 40 oclock tlhttafternoon tlhttafternoonAt tht tIIi nfcroon nfcroonAt afturimoon afturimoont
At t 115 oclock ucoll President lrfllent HoaMVtlt HoaMVtltaccompanied 10011 itpooItimecompronied
accompanied by Dr Lambert Jlblt ctimu ctimuover Clnw ClnwOUI etmniecyst
over to the I hI Powell Powel cottuffo cotl C tho Ih news newspaper levl ltetviapet ¬
paper aol Iiendqunrtern IwadCunrllfI to personally Ilorlonuly ma IOt IOttho meet meetthe t tthoroporieis
thoroporieis the rV roportets rtll8 and onl corrospondenin corresl1ondelll who whohad wlwIntl vhiobind
had Intl been h en In Oroton GrotOI nlnco Sunday HUIIIY He Hewas lt lievnmI
was Wil in li excellent oxcolent spirits vlrll na ho shook shookeach Illlk IlllkIneh shookinch
each member lemhO by tho hand 1111 He H thanked thankedthem thankll tlmamikedthem
them In bohnlf of Miu Hoomnolt 1oololt for u ulouquet n1ouluat ittouquet
louquet 1ouluat of violets Iootl which whlCh they had sent sontto Hontto sentto
to her during thu morning morningThen morll nurniUgThen
Then he said lld 1 rwant want to thank thrlk you youtioyii 01
boys for myvelf Ilyelt for rO the cotislduinllon cotislduinllonvlildi tOhsllclton tOhsllcltonwhich coil shi ciii bit bit1mIcIi
which you Ol have hl Immm 1 v iti Klunvn 11J ow ii myself InYlelt and al my mn mnhi
family tlml hi rally and nlll fur all ut Ihf tb ihc cotirtcHlun lUlrl < illM which whichImvp whl whielulavp 11r I IIIw
Imvp been helI extended txllllll to me 1 liy IJ the Ill press pressThero 11IH 11IHTher lirelsThere
There Ther has hell brHi IWII suqli l lt u I midd simthileu n change changein chuntII
in Ted that t lie has hll all of
II come COle up IJI 111 u uHidden ulldI artiddeu
Hidden lldI and he U now out OlL ot it tho thowoods thowoothl 1111woods
woods woodsContinuing woothlContnuluG woodsContinimluig
Continuing ContnuluG tho president 11llltolt saldi saltI I Ifiluill IIlln Ihmnit
filuill Illn leave this thll afternoon vltli ltl Dr DrLambert 11 DrLumnibert
Lambert Ilmucl Alice Alce will wil count over from fromWashington frolnWn froumi1VaSiiItlktoIi
Washington Wn hlnktoll tomorrow tomolrll to tako my myplace lY amyplace
place Inco to n 1 certain cOItnll extent Ctelt whllo whlo Mrs MrsKooscvclt MIsHoosOclt Mushtoosevolt
Kooscvclt HoosOclt will wIl remain rllmln licio perhaps perhapsten Ilorhl
ten tll dnjH tnH moro 10re Then lhol when Ted Is II out outof outor outof
of danger sho lttm will wil tako him to the thoWhite thuWhie theVhiito
White Whie House 10uso for a while whlu but ho Will Willreturn wi vihireturn
return hero holo and anl continue 01 tn I 0 his Mtndles MtndlesWhile Htldlea HtldleaWhie stunhicsVhmile
While Whie inferring 1Irorlllt to thoUllness theJlns liii jlincss nf tho thoboy thoboy thebuy
boy nnd to some 1010 of tt the games which whichho whichbe
ho was Wil fond of playing plnyJI the IlIneS president presidentwild IIcfldent
wild 11 IOU know Ted fat broke JuliO IH collar collarbone colar colarhOle collarbomie
bone hOle lust fall tnl plnYlng playing football toolblllll and Mrs MrsHoosDVelt mtr trsHoouelcl
HoosDVelt Hoouelcl said AIII slip was IS ato very thankful thankfulfor tllnltul tllnltultOl
for that thlt as she conMdered cOIileel that It In Inmired InBlrel Inshred
mired Blrel him hllagalllt against breaking hrtultllg his hmI neck neckAt 1001 1001At imeckAt
At this point three thrtp little Ile children childrenwere thldren thldrenwere childrenwere
were introduced to tho president prosilent nnd lltl ntl ho hoJokingly hojokilly liejokimmuly
Jokingly jokilly said sid Why Wh are lre you Ol the lit litllo l littie
tie tl Powell Powel kids Itlll 1 have often otenhcllrd otenhcllrdred heard heardTed heardTed
Ted speak Rpck of If you ho calls olia you OU the thePowoll thoPool thePowell
Powell Pool kids kidsPiesldont kIls kIls1rllltent kidslmeeident
Piesldont 1rllltent Hoowvelt lt promised that
before he loft If Oroton Orotot he h would woutl arrange arrangewith Urrl0fO Urrl0fOwih arrangewIth
with wih Dr Pcabody of tIme tlo Clroton Clrotonschool Orotonchool irotonschool
school to give out ut Information Intonnnlon con concerning concelnlnl concoining ¬
coining celnlnl tho condition conditon of it the Hlok boy
In saying goodbye to the newspaper newspapermen lewypnpor lewypnpornen
men nen the president IJlesldent referred to the pres presence IIIOS IIIOSlce jitosdice ¬
dice lce of some with wih whom whol he had as 1
ho will nt lt and anlbld bled and Ind he departed departedas
as 11 cheerily checrly as IS he had come comeTIUIN comeTIUN comaeTRAIN
TRAIN LIUVKfTTIUJ I I 19 rU T1UCK T1UCKPlllslitiiKanil TlO TlOlllyhl TIttOiPittslmtiig
PlllslitiiKanil lllyhl Pittslmtiig nnlllol nail Detroit rolt PIor 1 Derailed DerailedInjuring lerztiiedIuiJtidtig orllell orllellInJlrll1
Injuring InJlrll1 Some SOIO PassoiiRois PassoiiRoisFremont 1480lRO8 1480lRO8Fremont iasseimgtnsFreniont
Fremont Fremont Ohio Feb 13 Westbound I3WelhoundplsLen 11Westboundpassei1mar Westboundpassenger
passenger plsLen tr train No 405 40 tho Plttsburg PlttsburgDetroit Pltsburg PltsburgDetroit PlttsburgDetroit
Detroit flyer Irer on the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniastruck lenn I nln nlnItluclt
struck Itluclt a I broken bloken rail rnl this morning be between between betWee
tween tWee Helena and nnlllersvllc Mlllersvlllo and nnl left lefttho letttho leftthe
tho track The train of
trull composed en engine engIno ¬
gine In baggage car smoker paHuenger paHuengercoach pllengel pllengelcOlch passengeucoach
coach cOlch and two sleepers II eper8 Was IIS vas ditched diched amid nndBoveral amidseveral
several soverll coaches COnCllH were WIII wrecked wreeketl About Abouta
a I dozen doz n passengers Illre are reported 1llrted Injured Injuredsome Injuredome Injuredsome
some furiously trlously but none nOle fatallf fnlal The Thewreck Thewrcdttllll TimeYreclc
wreck wrcdttllll train front Toledo and a number numberof
of physicians have been called calledLater Calel calledLater I
Later reports from frQ1 the UII wreck reck sny 11 only 1 1threo
threo persons were seriously lerlosly injured injuredA I IA
A Detroit PotrQltlldyplcnl lady passenger V t io Iljuret refused ICrlsm teflieitcm
to cm give bar i liflnie me was 1t badly bcdlyout out on the theleft Ih theleft
left temple and Indsustalnel sustained a 118hel mashed foot footand footand footamid I
and broken lroken ankle ullte One of the clerks clerksIn
In the mail 11 car CUI was severely Injured Injuredabout IljurlI injuredaInut
about ahout the spine and the baggage buglage muster musterwas Ilu8tel Ilu8telwns ImmusteCwas
was severely cut and lnt bruised bruIHtt Many Manyothers Manyothcrf Manyothers
others othcrf were struck by flying Ylnl spflnters spflntersrmd IPUnter IPUnternnl
and nnl Jarred jar d but their Injuries are slight slightThe Hlgh slightrime
The lhe baggage UIHr1r Ind amid mall tt11 curs CUt1 landed landel In Ina II Ina
a I Held ftltt and nn were ele demolished lelolshel Other Othercars OtherCnS 01mevcars
cars CnS were ere badly niIY damaged tllnoret Both sleep sleepers sleepcr5 leepelS ¬
ers elS are upside 1111 lle down d0111 In a ditch llh The Thotrain ThetraIn Timetrain
train was WOI tts filled Ilel with wth pnssengw and nndthat nld nldthlt andtlmmit
that thlt no one ole was wnl killed 11 t18 Is n miracle Dr DrOrlsmort DrCrlamorn Drirismoro
Orlsmort Crlamorn of Helena Uelel dressed Ireled the in injuries II Iiijuries ¬
juries of those thosl hurt hlland and they the wero tak taken tnken takelm
en to Toledo Tole o In a I special car carICINGS carI cariCtNG4
ICINGS I OS CORONATION COnO TIN HOBU8 HOBU8Coming nomsCorln 1tOfli8Corning
Coming Parent lagoumtWlii OIOlt Will Wi ho Most Mn MnTillUunl lo lonltunt Meg Megulilcatit
TillUunl nltunt on beard UncordNew Uoorl beardNew
New York Fob 13 Descriptions Deaorlptons of ofthe orthe oftime
the coronation coronaton robes of the king kInE and anduiifon al aridimeon
uiifon Hu on unit 1 making In II Engirt Elgl vl 1 ns PUHthe nsthe mumithe
the London 10nlon correspondent rorrefpOldent of The Trib Tribune TrlbIn Tribtine ¬ i
tine In emphasize the fact that the com coming com1M commilag ¬ I
lag pageant will wi be the richest and andmost andmORt andmiiost
most magnificent mnrnllcelt on 01 au record Tho model modelnow modelnow model010W I
now exhibited hlult at Norfolk Nortolt House Iouso for tho thobenefit thohcneft tInbemmeflt
benefit hcneft of o the peer IleertSCI veeresse ssen have embroid embroidered Imlroll embroidered ¬
ered tred heraldIc devices levlccs on the klrtle klltl Li License 11censo Iiicanoe ¬
cense to Introduce Introdlce coats of arms lrms and andconvert nnltconwrt andconvert
convert the coronation cOlonton mantle mante Into Ilto an anheraldic al anheraldic
heraldic hetlldlo garment ormcnt Implies Imples an enormoiia enormoiiaIncrease enorlOl enorimmousincrase
Increase Incr no In II expensiveness through tho thohwl8h timelavish
lavish use ule of embroideries embroldcrlei Tho diplo diplomatic Ilplo Ilplozltl1 thlpiomantle ¬
mantle zltl1 set ct has been Informed that In Invitations Inlntol invltatlons ¬
vitations lntol to the thl coronation coronaton ceremony ceremonywill ceremonywi
will wi be restricted re trlclt to ambassador nmhnssllor ana anawife aMie anuslfe
wife ie nnd ann thnt no 10 other oth r oflleials olellis most resident rcsttlont mostdent ¬
dent In 11 the embassies muoh less their theirIvei theirlve1 theIrVlve1
Ivei or daughters Inughterl will wi be admitted admittedAn almlt
An 1 exception cceptun undoubtedly untlo botl will wi bo le made madeIn
In the case of Henry Ielr White Whie on account accountof
of hi friendship rt6l shlp of long standing stanling with withthe wIththo withtime
the Icing IcingA
A 4 Now O Iilnoiypo Mno Record RecordIndianapolis HecortlInlinnopol8 liceordIndianapolis
Indianapolis Inlinnopol8 Feb 13 13lautlo Claude Grouse Grouser CrolPe CrolPer
r printer Jlnter of this thll city elt bus hUf Imu broken the theworlds thl theworlds
worlds word ns the tht fastest operator operatoren
en Il the linotype InoUpo machine 1ldllll Ho 10 lut tip tipIn UIIh UIIn
In h T hours hOUI1 and 45 41 mulntcj 80000 ems cmsThe emsrhe emitsTime
The fast record record heretofore horewtole made mnll wns wnsthe w as asthc astheammie
the theammie tame nlle number lumber In S hours by an In Iowa Iowapunter IownIItntel Iomsantjumtei
Crouiw set 01000 This ThisIncluded
punter included IItntel ncluled corrected corrlctel GroUI Rlt proof 9000 ems Thil
California Trip TripOf TripOflItahSingers
Of OflItahSingers OflItahSingersProfessor ltahSingers ltahSingersI I I
Professor Stephens Returns IJomc lornc orc With W the News That ThatAll ThatAl
All Al Arrangements Ifove avc Ucen lein Made 4adc4tj An AI Amended AmendedItinerary ItmcndedIlnerory 1nicndcdItinerary
Itinerary Ilnerory hint CannoAilelp 3 Out Please Pease
Prof Stephens Eephens returned r this thll morn morning I0111 I0111hig mothlug ¬
lug from tron a ilylnir lyln visit to California Californiawhere Calollu Calolluwhere CaliomiILtWhets
where hu u completed every detail dotal of otut otutlnlelent8 ar arrangements urlungehmuents ¬
rangements lnlelent8 preliminary prullniluty to thin thl vl vlil vt1t vt1tlucre It Itthero
lucre tlero next titix oxt t month mOlth mnoui tlt of his hl Ii iii merry IPlry foui fouihundred1 t011 fofllmuuumdretb
hundred1 Ilaretl excursionists exelSlonlstR A number IUlbIQ IUlbIQiddltfnlllttrtUons of ofadditional ofetdthltlonmtl
additional iddltfnlllttrtUons attractions have bien 11el added addedto C1JQI C1JQItu
to tile original orliinulllrary itinerary chief 111 among amongwhich nnon nnonwhich amongwhIch
which are al a 1 grand trlllstcamlr grant steamer IWO Ilde around aroundthe tround troundthe
the bay and nUI down tOW tho Golden aoltn Unto Ultu to totho tl tmtime
time to Pacific Paifc The Southern Routher 1aclfic 1aclficrailroad la immtflcrailroad lc
railroad 111111 company will wlrlnnie arrange to have havea b o oa
a band of musIc on board boarl to add a to the theenlivening thectlv tImeemmiivnbni
enlivening ctlv llng aulo affect oeot of the tie choirs rholrs hioiir songs l 011
I also 110 made mahl arrangements CrnnJemenl for to or I sup supper sUpPet UP UPpel ¬
per at lt Stanford 8tnnroldlnlv university rHlY a a stop over overthat ocrtlit overthat
that tlit renders ronderl it possible IJ08 lbll to spend thu thoentire thuenUre thuentire
entire afternoon arteron und In evening of Thurs Thursday thlrl ¬
day da March Malch 30th In viewing Vlcwlll the beau beautiful blouUtul beautittmt ¬
tiful Stanford ftanrord estate with wih its Is gardens gardensmonuments gardenmnmihuuments uI n1
monuments race rce tracks etc ell as welt weltas wul selIItS
as ni the unique university univerllt buildings hUldlngs nnd nndcampus 11 11CUIPl nmmicummipus
campus CUIPl the soon on to be e finished tnlshe chapel chapello cha l lo
lo o be dedicated ledlcatod March 9th which I Ibelce Ibelieve
believe belce to bo ns Il fine lne If I not a superior superiorwork superiorwork
work 011 of art Irt I have ha VI ever Been either eitherin tlher tlherIn
in America AmerIca or Europe with wih Its great greatmarble gratnmarbls at atnmrule
marble statuary Rtotunr Its 11 wonderful wOII rtul win windows ln lndows lndown ¬
dows frescoed walls wala and nnr last but not notleast ut utlenst flotleast
least its lB magnificent 11lflllcen pipe organ und undchoir un unchoIr andchoir
choir loft loftIt lort uiun
It 1 has hnf not nt been definitely dcnnlely arranged arrangedyet nrrlll S d dyet
yet whether the program to tho stu stidota ¬
dents will wi bo h given prOgnl here or In the uni university thu thuversity Itl I ¬
versity vcnly hallMrs hn1Mrs Stanford Sllnforll herself when whenfihe whQuahe whiemiShe
She nUurnswlll retuln wl decide this matter muter The Thegrandest Thamndest Timegrandest
grandest musical effects ceectM of course COUI e can canbe Cll coinbe
be produced loducec in II the chapel with wih the or organ orgnu r rgnu ¬
gnu accompanying accompanYlnl though thoulh a f program programequally lrorl1 Profrumnequally
equally cqunly pleasing to the students Itulnts can Cnl bo bogiven uoglvcn bmgIven
given at the hall lUl where university untverslY en enthusiasm entimuslasni n nthulla ¬
thusiasm thulla m would have a clearw chan channel channcl elmanaol ¬
aol in which to bubble IJbb11 and oul flow flowTho Jow JowTho howTime
Tho next chance ohlulo ot Importance Imlortule In
tho Itinerary Ineroty Is the spending Ilndlu of ih ihwhole the thewhole timewhole
whole of tho following t010W1IK day 11 trhln1 Friday at mt t taclno
Paclflo Grove and Rnt Monterey lontetlY and 11t the theevening timeevening j jcvcnlnS
evening cvcnlnS on the grounds Irounds at Del Monte
the special returning to Han HanJose Jose af lt ¬
ter te tho party Pltty has hnl retired for the night
It I was ns dllllcult to arrange for tOI food fool ac accommodations acmcomnmnodations ¬
commodations cOllnolaUons for this thll southern Mutherl trip I
but it I has been accomplished ncon1lshpll Califor California Caltur ¬ I Inla
tilt Is now nol enjoying its ls much needed neededsmcram
warm wnrl spring 1lln rains ralls and by tha neolet time timeour tm tmaUI titnioem
our aUI party reaches reach1 there thell It I will wi be ready rndy
to welcome welroml us UI In its Ia fresh frtoh array nrra of leaf leafand HUfIml intauth
and Iml flower flowerMr ilowerMv ower owerMr
Mr Stephens says It Is II now Impos Impossible impossible ¬
sible flhle not to fancy fRnl sue It May Mayor or June Jun there therethe therethe thievetIme
the young oun grain grnl being up from flOI three p
Senate Committee Commiee on Indian Affairs Discuses Discusses Mining Leases LeasesOn LeasesOn LeasesS
S On Same SameSen Senator tor Ratlinsand Rawlns nd Representative RepresentativeSutherland Representatve RepresentatveSutherland RepresentativeV
Sutherland Make Statements
Special to tho INe INeWnhlnslon News NewsWashington ° J Jasiilngton
Wnhlnslon Washington D C F Ffb Feb b 13 13110 131ho Tho semi sennto ltn ltnnto semiate
nto committee comlltulon on Indian Imlanllrilr affairs met metthis mettbls mustthIs
this morning and discussed ISCIls V tho th Uln Ulntah Ulntah UIntali
tah reservation resenaton mlfilng ml lng leases Senator SenatorHawllns HenmitorItawhins ennto enntoHawlns
Hawllns Hawlns and nnl Congressman Sutherland Sutherlandwere utherlandWele
were present amid al111lnle made statements totelCntl Mr MrSutherland lh lhSuthcllual tm tmSutlmetIammd
Sutherland Suthcllual discussed dlReUstc the titles tte by bywhich bywhl bywhich
which whl h the Indians IIclnn occupied occuplel these thesl lands landsand Innts landsand
and mn made e a I lengthy argument In which whichit Ihllh
it 1 wus Wil tts shown Iho1 how the lands IlnrlslHC were ac acquired ncqulred acquireti ¬
quired by h the territory terriory of Utah from fromMexico fromMexico
arguments Mexico Senator Hawllns lawlns also Ilso made madearguments mndearguments toadsarguments
The Wcstlnghouso Wfstnghouso Electric company companyof I Ior
of Plttsburg llllburl Pa through thloughtholr their west western wester westermm ¬
ern er general agent Mr 1 L M Cargo Cargoot Cnlgor
ot Denver has Just closed adeal Q d lt with withthe whthc wIthtime
the DolsePayctte Dolallyeto River Her Electric Pow Power 101 ¬
er company whereby the Westlnghousu Westlnghousucompany Westnghousu Westnghousucomplny WestluighousuCompany
company complny will wi furnish a comploto con lotl gen generating genorating in inernlnl ¬
orating ernlnl power plant of 2500 200 kilowatt kilowattgenerators kiowatt kiowattgeneralorslirect kiiowattgenerators
generators generalorslirect direct connected to two 1100 1100horsepower 10 1100horsepower
horsepower Lafello lafelo turbine water waterwheels Wlter Wlterwheels vaterwheels
wheels Including In ludln 20 miles ml of pole line lineto lne lneto lineto
to Dotso 11018 and Int the two mining camps ot otPearl orImrl ofIenrl
Pearl Imrl and Neal Nenl This plant will wi fur furnish furnl8h furnImbi ¬
nImbi electricity for lighting lghtng and anI power powerof
of all It1 kinds at these thee three thre placet 1IIIceR and andtho andtho andlie
tho contract contlnct price Is ICOOOO OO 0000 Pearl
camp contains the Checkmate mini
which la 11 controlled contloled by b Short Line minI ofll ofllclnls of 0111oicmis
clnls cllls The powerhouse IrOIelhous will wi be on the th
Poyotto 11010 river nt Horse 10rl Shoe hImo Bend Ieml 21 21miles 21Inlel 21mIles
miles Inlel from tr1 room Boise This is the largwt largwtelectric Inrslteloctre iargacelectric
electric eloctre contract contrct made In Idaho Ilalo aside
from the recent r ont contract contlact with wih the Short
Line Ilnt for the new n w shops nt Pocntlh PocltI PocateiliTime >
The Thl generator gnnelltor are very largo affairs affairsweighing alall aaIrselgimImmg
weighing 60000 pounds each olch The Th pole 010
line l will 11 be be up u In 60 days and tho thoplant thoIant timePlant
plant itself ilcIt will Wi be ready relly for operation operationOct oporaton oporatonOct
Oct 1 when hiemi the lt state fair opens OpOI Mills Mis 1
Ulalehllls Blanchatd Is the Boston firm backing uncl
tl trm < lg
the Idaho Iloho power corporation corpomlol and float I
Ing In Its 1s bonds bondsMr bondsMr moodsMr Inl lont
Mr Cargo CalRo says aYI Boise Is waking wiking up to toIts toIs toIts
Its Is opportunities ajlpnrlunltey nnd Rll Is pulling 111nl In Inco a acold acoitl
cold co 11 storage slonlo plant lnt and ant proposes to
i havo mayo a 1 woolen mill 11 thure thlr Idaho Idlho yea peoplo yea1mb
plo 1mb are anderlng oltllrlng why they should shouldcontinue simotuldtonthimtme holid holidI
continue I ontno longer 1011el to ship Ihl their Ihelrledol ikcM to toBoston tn1ONtol toIlostomi
Boston 1ONtol to bo hI mudu tlliu up lP Into clothing clothingand clolhll
and nnt then t lon shipped RhIIJCI blGle back n Iluln nitIn aln With Witha
a wooltm mill 11 at home hOl freights both bothway bothIII bothvays
way III will wi be saved It I wa w was Mr Cargo Cargowho CIr1 CtmrgimWimo
who placed ploocd the heavy heM orders olert far tlr tho tIm tImVestlngImouso
little Wosllnghouflu We lnlhoull company cOIJnny with wlh the thl Short holt
HI3NATI HI3NATIWashington HI H iA1EVnshmlmmgt6mm SAJI SAJIWl
Wl Washington hlutOI Fob 10 13 13In In hl hil Imis Invoca Invocation Imoe iumvoeatiomi ¬
tion tol at I t time th opening IJonl l of todays session Hwnlonoftho Helol sessionaftimo
oftho of tho Senate lonatl the chnplaln Ihn Inin made Iltl feeling feelingrefoiuncc telng telnglefolVICQ fesilfiarefel0000
refoiuncc lefolVICQ to the death ot Senator SenatorBlackburns SenatorlockhuI1 SenatorllIockbutmt
Blackburns lockhuI1 son sonA 801 ecuA
A concurrent COllUltIlt resolution resolutlol was IIM agreed agreedto
Ilrelt Ilreltto
to directing Iruoll the Murvtnry 8CIIIlnIY of war wlr to toreport toI toreport
report I port whether hellal there therl Is Uang r of tho thoMississippi thoMIRIIIII111 tueMmSuilsmiiiiPi
MIRIIIII111 Mississippi liver tI cutting eUUlhl through tloU 1 the thespace theapace tImespace
space between that river rl and ulil the St StFrancis 81lrrlncl Stirrancis
Francis lrrlncl river near nNI Walnut Bond Ark Arkand MIand 4t1kamid
and If such danger exists Xlfts to prunont nn nnettlmatH In IneKtlnlto anestlurmats
ettlmatH eKtlnlto of cost to avert 1lm the truselt danger dangerMr 111101 111101Mr defiEDMv
Mr McKneryof Mel Or or Louisiana Ionlllnn offered nfllrell n nresolution nrosoluton aresolution
resolution which direct directIng directlug
rosoluton whlh wag adopted atloI11t Ir IrIng
Ing the ciotary H Cotlry of war 1 to Inform Ilfurm tInt tlmsomite Ihi tIntsenate
senate s nute what railroads ralronc8 aro bcliu IJIII built builtIn hul
In Cuba by whom they are bolng lning built builtand Imlt ImltInl limilitLimit
and Inl Limit under Lndll what Ihul authority IUlhurlly atmilmorl i y of ofIII ofIIIAlut1r orAmiotlmer law lawAnother
Another Alut1r resolution ttMoHUIII offered orel11 by Iy Mr MrGalllngcr MrOnilne Mrlaillnger
Galllngcr Onilne WIVH WII adopted lelol111t1 direct dlledll thimettimmE In if the thepnMtniUNtergiMiorul theIllt timelostnhtMtergnorml
pnMtniUNtergiMiorul Illt IKtergllerl to Mend l4n1 to tho sun sunate 111 ssmmitto
ate Co a list IMI of the lie peiHun lelHUIS employed OlllloO In Inthe II Intime
the thl division dlvlslol ot rural 1llnl free delivery culltIY at attho atthl attime
time thl time Iml It I was 11 Included Inelulollin In the l1f vlasol vlasolllsd CI181 CI181l clueshlisil
llsd l t service 01e whence henct they were ir I it imln imlnil MlnEII tioinsit
EII sit il and alli whether thoy were nubjeted RuhJclel to toan toal toan
an al examination elllnatol before he fore thoy were placed
In II tho olu classified BlHed uorvlco uorvlcoA SOrlco SOrlcoA
A bill i was nl passtd Ilustilio lo vest olln In the Span Spanish Spal Simami1dm ¬
ish treaty Ireat claims clnll1 commission omllsslon certain certainpowers certliinpowerl certaInImowems
powers powerl possessed POSIOIII by Iy circuit Ilrolltlnd nnd district districtcourts distict distictcourt dittIctcourts
courts oC the United Unlet States BtateaWashington Htall Htall10URI Statesill
10URI 10URIWa ill U8i U8iWashington
Washington Wa hlngtoll Feb F b 13 1fhe hsrimo The session of ofthe orthe ofthe
the house today tolny was occupied occulel in tho thotransaction thotrnnllcton thetransactIon
transaction trnnllcton of miscellaneous mls ollilCOUR business businessSeveral hmtmsitwesSeveral
Several 80011 bills hla were ere passod IJlsso by h unani unanimous unnniInous Ummmiimmmoummo ¬
mous consent Including the following tolowlng
To 10 prolde proldl an Ameilenn IICICI register for foitho forI fortlit
tho I barkcntlup barkcllIl1 Hawaii HawaiiTho 1111 I I ITime
Time committees COllllteM were then called calledSANmsDuTioxiH clINI clINISANrOSnU cmtliettI3ANTOMDUMONrt
It I Is Only Pnlrly 1l HutjeoHufnl ocIH rll Helntf HelntfCmnpollctl 101n 101nCOlll1cd IlehmigCoinpithied
Cmnpollctl COlll1cd to Inrnrn Turn Hack HackNew Ilck IlckNew lhmmkNew
New York 1orl Fob 13 13lctween 12Betteen Between show showers showeve hol ¬
ers this afternoon orerhoon M HantosDumont HantosDumontmade Aanlol1ulont Aanlol1ulont10de Stmntoe1uhuonmmmade
made 10de a 1 fourth sortlo solllo fiom flOI rota his hl aero aerodrome aelo aelot1omo ucrodronme ¬
drome t1omo with wih his airship cables clblel the theMonte thoMonte timeMonte
odd Monte Carlo IIJO amio correspondent of the Her Herald ler lernh1 11crodd ¬
At 2 oclock the thl rain rlil having censed censedfor ccnsot ceasedfor
for n I moment 10lent the aeronaut sailed nltt away OWI awayin
In tho direction dlleclol of Cupt apt Martin Murtn belli bellipreceded Ielllr Ielllrplecelod Ueimmg Ueimmgpreceded
preceded plecelod by two boats fiom rlom main the Prince Princeof lllne lllneor
of Monaco br 8 yacht nchl the Princess Prlncll Alice Aliceand Aliceand IOI
and 011 followed foloall by a Htoniu > tolil launch Ilunch com commanded comIlllttIW coommounded ¬
mounded IlllttIW by the prince princeHalfway IrlncoInllwlY lirincehalfway
Halfway InllwlY between tetween tho Ito aerodrome lorol1Ol and andCapo nnl amidCape
Capo Clpe Martin lattn the sky k becoming cloudy cloudynnd cloudYnut cloudyand
and nut tho wind wlnt suddenly slltlenly rising llslnl tho aero aeronaut uero1t aerommatmt ¬
naut 1t wheeled about Ibout nnd returned returc1 to tho thoPort tholort timePort
Port dHerrule dUOIlull where the occupants of ofthe ofthe oftIme
the steam Itlam launch were able to seize seizethe sel seltho seizelie
the guide gUlle rope at 235 p In and am con conduct conduct commduct ¬
duct the tht airship Ilrhlp near neiI the aerodrome aerodromeThe uerodrolt uerodroltTho
The meneuvcrs nlneUverR then became tecCme very VOl dif difficult lit litfeult tIltftctmlt ¬
ficult feult Some SOII of the suspension It1pel8101 WIres wlroshad wle8 wle8hnl WIreshad
had hnl been beel broken and the prince had hadhis hl hindlila
his hil arm bruised by the guldwrope ullfrope which whichweighed WhIchellhel svhlchweighed
weighed ellhel fifty nft kilogrammes ktolrlmos sweeping sweepingrapidly mmsveepltmgritpidiy weeplngrllJl
rapidly rllJl ly over the stern ster of the steam steamlaunch ItCl1 steamlaunch
launch When time aIrshIp nlr hlp was UI ton tonmetres tonmetre tonmetres
metres > from shore Ihore the RUlderope GUllerope was waspassed wal waspussed
passed from trol tho steam launch Iuufch to a asmall 1 ammrnitli
small 1011 boat and nndthe then to o workmen wor sO < ln mnn n on onthe onthe onthe
the Jetty JettyThis jol jettyThis
This Is 11 the th longest t trip M l Santos SantosDumont SantoDumont SaimtOsDumont >
Dumont hfis b8 accomplished necolpl hel both us UI to totime totme totIme
time tme amid fnd distance distanceAfter diotaumeeAfter lstalce lstalceAfer
After Afer the landing Innling had hnl been accom accomplished IcrOI necomImhIsiled ¬
plished plshcd the prince received Ieceled M Santos SantosDumont SantnsVumont bantrisDtimont
Dumont and nnl the Due do 11 Dine 0110 on board boardhis bormlhil boardimis
his hil yacht Ylcht and arranged arrnnget with wih the aero aeronaut nro nrofut aerommnUt ¬
naut fut various plans Illnnf for landing Innlng man maneuvers mln mlnclvr mannetmvers ¬
euvers clvr during IIJlng the next txt oxnurslon oxnurslonTho oXlurslon oXlurslonho
Tho ho Due and Duchcsse DuchcSIO de IJauano IJauanonnd DalallOI hiasatmoand
nnd Mile Mario nul do Ilasano Instno who wlh wlhthe wi h hthe hitime
I the Rmpress Empresl Mil Eugenie l had Ild been watch watching watchInl watcbmimmg ¬
ing Inl the operations ollernton came to tf the aero aerodrome Mrotrolo areadrome ¬
drome trolo to present prclont the aeronaut aeonlut with withtheir wih wihtholr sitimthmeir
their felicitations tolclatOh and nnl those of the cm cmpress emIrel cambelt
press pressHalf Irel
Half an hour after nter the aeronauts alOnalt8 ro return rotU rothrum ¬
turn tU to the aerodrome nerOlrome tha wind be became b beamo became ¬
came violent a heavy hla imeat rainstorm fol followed followe cml cmlioived ¬
lowed and the sea a I became hecnne very vr vcr rough roughTho Ioughho roughFhie
Tho ho BitDay Wnlkrr WnlkrrNew 011 011Now nlkr nlkrNew
New York Feb IS nWlh ILWith With half their theirJourney theirjOlrne tlmeirjotirmiry
Journey > over the pedestrians peletrlans are Iro be beginning boginning beglmmmmbng ¬
ginning to show the strain striin of the six sixday Ilx Ilxdn sixday
day dn walking wnllng match Twentyone teams teamshave IpnlS IpnlShle tenmimshave
have hle survived the pace prce but stimulants stimulantsare HtIUlants HtIUlantsnre
are being served sern frequently tr CUont now nol Thv Thvonly Thl tlm tlmommly
only walkers wnlkel who seem I el to be In good goodcondition goodcOlullol goodcondition
condition are Hegelman and Cav Cavnnaugh Cn Cnanlulh CanumauEim
Iro Itlelmal 111
nnaugh anlulh cOlullol the Hat brothers nnd the thoHurst thullt thelutist
Hurst llt brothers Time II tailend Inlon teams teamsfrequently te temnsfrequently ml
frequently leave the track without withoutwaiting withoutIlll wIthoutwnitilmg I
waiting treClenty for or their relief rolef and several severl of ofthem ofIhem ofthem I
them Illl are on the verge of collapse eolnNo The Thelenders Thelendor Theleaders
lenders are about 90 1 elle 0 miles mie ahead oholll of tho thoIndividual thoInllldunl tImeindivlduai I
Individual record nnd nOI tho 13 loading loadingloams lollng lollngtonms ieouiimigloamne
Inllldunl loams have hl all 01 passed paual the old 011 record recordThe reconlTho recordThe
The score at S a m mHegolmancnvanauKti I Ilgolmancnvannulf mmmIiegoinmaflCutvanaUgtm
HegolmancnvanauKti lgolmancnvannulf IiegoinmaflCutvanaUgtmhmeltonGUerero 4714 4714SheltoiiGuerroro 4714 4714Sholtonauerfcro
SheltoiiGuerroro hmeltonGUereroPutiieyMotkus U1 U1PAhe
FaheyMotkuB FaheyMotkuBGoldenTracy PAhe tctkuf 411C 411C43TO 4U6OohlelTrne 4116oilemmTracy
GoldenTracy GoldenTracyFwneyFeeney OohlelTrne 4 43TO 43TOdUckilownfth 4319Olctlonrth 430aluelchlowarth
dUckilownfth 48 48DalaCarrol 41S2 41S2IavlsarrOli
Olctlonrth IavlsarrOli IOOC 4906eeiieyl IOOCFaheyMotkuB
DalaCarrol 4OG 4OGfenoleene
FwneyFeeney fenoleene eeiieyl ° eemiey eemieyI 336 336leerHOr 3C 3CHeerHeer
HeerHeer I JSU JSUHurstHurst 316lrltHur 2876 2876hltmrsthIUrst
HurstHurst lrltHur t JS64 JS64DeanCampbell 34VenCllpuel 3S54 3S54DeanCampbell
DeanCampbell VenCllpuel 0 3319 3319Gilbert 319 319Gibert 2810Gilbert
Gilbert Gibert Barnes Harol of Sprlnpdale Pa u umember I amember
member mcmelor of the G A H who started startedIn stlrlc
In tho race quit today aftertime aferho receipt receiptof
of a 1 telegram telegrm rce saying Mylnl his hil wife wns Wil dy dying d dlng ding ¬
ing Much sympathy SYIJI thy wn wee 11 expressed eXl1rllel for forhim tur11m or orlmimmm
him and the manager mlnager of the race gave gavehim glo glohim gaveimimum
11m ant
him 2 25 to pay PIY his exponsts oxpons to his hishome hil hishome
H + I + IHIH + + H + HoIHl IHI + I + H + IH + II + j + H + IH + i + H + H + IH + I + H + rHHIHH + 11H1
I V V i
Polygamy Is In no 10 way a I factor tr lit hlhe the tlmepoiItics politics poltcs ofUtah ot IUtnh Forbidden Forbld Forbiddenby Forbiddenbytr len by bythe byr
r tr the I he 1 Mormon Church Churel the practice PJct G Is II giadually glld unl dying 1lnS out In theatate thcttnte nnd nndwill nnl mmd mmdbOOfl
E will wi won cease cso to exist 1 tcnr entirely IY In n 1S0 when Praildont lr ldolt Woodruff Woodrr Issued Issuedhis lssuet Issuedhis
C his Bocalled Iocalet manifesto mnlt tof forbidding t rhlldln the theyraetice practice rlctcc there ther were 2411 241 polyga polyganioiis polnanlous polygahouseholds
< nioiis households hou eho1ia in fnUIh Utah In II 1S09 there thoreo wero but 1M3 moro tor than lmn jo 700 00 In InC Inthat inx
x C that period of ofllne OffliflO pine year yearf having been eon broken brk n up by death leth and the re remnlnder ref remainder
f mnlnder by removal from the state stlte nnd lnt by church divorce lQre Now No there thereare thoeIrt thereare
are Irt probably not 10t more marC than tlan 1200 120 nil 11 told t or a I decrease Iccrcase of 50 0 per cent cent in inless InJ In1s
J less than t ha I 12 years yearsIt eI V Vt
1 It I is probably true that Since the pressure of prosecution by b tho fed fedcral tedcml cl
cral government was wil removed rlnovNI there therehnl has ha been bcn to Rome extent a return ieturnto return returnto
to the polygamous JIIlmOU8 relation rlation on 01 the part 1lrt of those who ho hud entered ent rel Into Intothat Intothnt intotimat
I that state Ilale prior 11101 to tho ho time tme the tle thm manifesto was Issued IMIUII I am 1m speaking I nklng from fromtlie frm frmthe fionmtime
the standpoint nf Ir a 1 gentile g IU a member lmblr ot the liberal Uborll or antltMormon antltMormonparty nnU lormon lormonprl
party prl prior to the th dlvlalon tllalon on 01 national latonal party lines lnts when I say sa that tlmatwe wo are arenot orenot arenot
I not inclined Inclnell to criticise lrlllt too severely leolly the condition cOldllon of affairs alalrs BO lololg long as asIt 11
It Is II not llounted and paraded l1Uftlt before the community communiy and anl the country countryPeople countrPepe countryPeople >
People Pepe in II the tlt east Clst Unfamiliar 11 fl ml 111 withthe with time Mormons may m find tnd It difficult difficultto Illeult Illeultto
to appreciate a lreclnto tho situation sllatol hut It Is because they thlY do 10 not know the people or orthe orthe orthe
the situation flualon They rhe are good citizens citzens honest upright and Ind aside from the thepractice thomcUt timejmrnetice
practice of polygamy olgam are moral nnd Jawabldlng llwabldilg When they contracted contractedthese wntraetec vommtvactodtimese
these relations relltons they the candidly clntldly and Inl earnestly lrnety believed beleved that thit polygamy pOlgamy was wasright wasrigim IS ISrllh
right Th TheY y occupied with their tlelr several leveral wives whethe the same intimate IntlultE relations relationsH4 t riationeH laton latonoH
oH H4 H + h ± H1M 11 111111 111IMIHH ii i t rl + HHHJ i frHHHHHHJH IH + FH lfIHH + 1 It 111 11 j II HI i 11111 i IIII11 I1I 1 Mil
5 i t S KIJ clx lx IncliM Iwht tho Brass RIafH everywhere everywhereg
S g fan en and al Dowers oerl whllo Whlu not 10t yot by any anyrt al aimsmms
rt in III at their boat hoatatl gtlll ttII sultlclently Hulleltly In Infl II
fl cacti I ent In II kind klnl unil Ulfl bloom hlool to make makeS mako111luMlol
il S delusion 111luMlol complete t Metropolitan MetropolitanI M UI1Jltll
I mplc Ill has hnl hewn Kemired Kllrec for or both bothij bUlhllng
S ij thug and lUll evttnlm eallM of Sunday Sunll Match Murlh 7dmdmchiUI
111 p 1 l In which whlh tc tl tmi hold hl Latterday JOtOIUI Itmtter mhay Saint SaintS lnt lntUnil
S rf flings Dr James llmea 15 1 TalmaKo fllmlle will willu wi vihtlime
u the t hI speakei IvelltQI on one or o both coca occaii OCCI
11 5 5S
S 11I ii I ii Franclnclans Frlnrlllanlneure assure Mr Stephens Stephenstffiit Stephent
tffiit t with Ith tup thf tlm choir and nnlllh su such h u speaker pcl1tpr peaksruse
11110 use 1 many 1fIY hues tl tie Ile SIze Ie of tho thowould timoS timomyle
S 1111 myle would wo111 be crowded crowdedS CIOcO CIOcOonDCAS
pgardlng tllltlng time disappointment that thati
11 h I i been felt hero h ro concerning concernilg tho can canIjallon ell camiS
S tlutll Ijallon allan of the Nordlca NO Itn concert cOlcCI1 Prof ProfJkpliens lrofii 1lot 1lotf
f ii phone penH says 8U he 11 Is II both sorry orr > and andJu untlfrd iiimmla
frd Ju d Sorry BolY beuauso becasu Halt alt lakers will willnor wl wIlln
nor I n t again aglhi hear hClr tho great Irnl singer who whotgfflppeor whouU syhmonv
nv JV all others othlI lie 11 would lUlt have liked likeditcr Iltld Iltldlr lIkedS
S lr tgfflppeor 11elr In II the Tabernacle lhernnoll during the theJV thAtRDt timeglad
itcr r glad ind because he now OW knows ho honothing hoin lie1h
tRDt in H lose 1081 nothing no nocd nothlll Ho nays 111 he has hn got gotlanding gotil gotttiid
il ttiid cd It of landing flat Ilunllng between betweel tIme financial financialruch Ilanclnl IlanclnlIt financialihi4is
It ihi4is I = 18 I of rUth rue rueJThero an ni affair nrnlr and tho public publicH publIcrleme ublr
JThero r tl II IB lIttle Jtlo doubt tuubt he says SIA that Nor NorfdJa Nul Nordtilt
fdJa ln could coull havo 110 been Induced In Ucel to come comenghvlthstatidliiK COII ecummemmiwItimstaimdhmg
nghvlthstatidliiK igtwlh lnldlll tho roportn of her ill 111nwi IIItl illS
S nwi Itl Imd there been certainty of finan financial 1101111Tf hlnamigJih ¬
cial Tf l Success back of the engagement engagementHrae clIlIngemllltHOme ongngememmtS
S HOme of the Into 11 to frosts however that thatprominent thntlprnlnpnt lintjircnninent
prominent musical people from olse olseliere 01111lere olsejiCre
liere lere have oncountered stnt a chill chillOwrnogcllivtlona chIllOer
Owrnogcllivtlona 0 Oer 11 negotIations from which the piln pilnClpalu pllnDIll yrindahmo
Clpalu dahmo DIll umergAj with shivering forma formamid to forumimiLd 1111 11 11ni
mid ni shaking hands therefore the de deff deCliil deS
S Cliil Ctian n i to hnltatn the Southern 1aclllo 1acllloI lACllloliii
S liii I give Halt Lake the goby gohtWhA
ff tWhA hft leuson for the cancellation of ofdlcas ofNErdlcas ofrdIeas
NErdlcas dlcas Son Francisco engagement engagementloft
loft week won attributed to nervous nervousftrostrntlon lIenOUfifi1IRlrnllon mmervouimpjpstratbomm
ftrostrntlon resultant from the recent recentrailway recontrl11llWUY recentlahIUuy
rl11llWUY railway wreck In which she figured In IntlTe lu lutiTe
tlTe m south Tho advance sale for or seats seatsHTul Rontfltiiid seatsmii1
HTul mii1 been large amid everything pointed pointedtePit polntelll pointedto4
tePit l very el succassful engagement when whentll whenlI whenthI
tll lI sudden aullilencnllort calloff come accompanied accompaniedhy Ilceoillpnniellhfttlle uccomimpitniedhmthIe
hy hfttlle lie statement that patrons could se secuje Recure secure
cure a refund of their money by pro protlng lIre1I prosthmmg
1I sthmmg tlng themselves or orders at the theIwXOillee theiolllce timebOollice
IwXOillee Many holders of or seats re ref3 ter isfdd
f3 r fdd fd d to retlmiulsh their tickets until untilthey UIltt1tl untiltIly
they tl y knew to an absolute certainty that thatHhe thntll thatshe
she ll was IIS Unublo to appear So great greatwUB greatsas
wUB 1111 the desire ellire to hear her that Kordlca Kordlcaajtrefd Norc1ltobieN1 NordIcaameod
ajtrefd ameod to return rttu rn from Portland and andoilier 01111other8ectl0l11l amidother
oilier other8ectl0l11l sections of the sound country countryvheip countrywhere
where she now la and give the San SanFranciscans HnnJ 4anIm1nrbscommms
Franciscans J I ncll1I11f1 the opportunity for which whichthey vimichthey filch filchtheY
they have been wildly clamoring
Senator Sc iotor Clapp from rota subcommlttdfl subcommlttdflwill
will mako a I favorable report on tho
bill which Is Intcmleil for thoroughly thoroughlyopening Ihoroughlyo tlmoroughlyopening
opening o unll1S the leervAtlun l1flerVllllun Until the re report reo reoport rehiort ¬
port Is made the hem Ilrlng Ins was 011 post postponed IlostIiollell hostlamied ¬
poned until next Thursday ThursdayIDAHO ThurdAiDAHO TimuredayIDAHO
Idaho Postmasters appointed Cu Cuprum CuPrion Cupromoi ¬
prum Washington county Ferdinand lo
Dangle vice Ice F I S Curtis resigned
Vernon Fremont county coun Mao Irkh Irkhvice hlphIce lmislmvice
vice Ice 13 A Slattery resigned lI lgllld Dingle DingleBear Dlnltlanear DImmgle1iear
Bear Lake rnkecount county Qoorge Ot orge Davis vice
Joseph Lewis Jr removed Woodruff WoodruffOnelila WoodruffO1cldJlcount WoodruffOnoiIjt
Onelila O1cldJlcount V county B I 0 N Ward artl vice viceOeo viceGee lrc lrcUeo
Gee Ward dead
that the ordinary citizen occupied with his one on Wife It IliIMs wos sms oxpMtlnfr a agood ngoo agood
good goo 1 deal of average hum human n nature to expect OXI ct tlmt t t there would Yuhlnot not l III a re return return I Iturn
turn to those Intimate relational to n gr 8retlter retmter ut r or less 1 ext exttllt nt In the court 3 3of Jot X Xof
of time And nllao BO long as a no additional polygamous marriages are fO contract contractcd +
ed tho gentiles as 1 general tliliTg Ihl rg have oonaldered that It l Is better to toquietly i J Jquietly
quietly Ignore thc thepe c ca I caees a ell unlma flagrant than to be contlnuallr attuning IIIOUlll1gthe y ythe
the spirit of antagonlmn II II breeding u dlng strife and turmoil among jopl who iiiohiae 110 A Ahave f
have determined to live 11 together In peace nnd calling call1n national attention to tonn ionil +
nn evil which hlch Is now fast dying out In the stale Therefore we e have at atlowed melS t
S lowed 10 W the question of cohabitation COhRbltn lion growing out of tlm old polygamous w wlotions rehatbons
lotions to sleep except In such euwii eU H M that of Mr Ilobert We Ve lmply elmuplyregard lmplyregard hnplregard
regard It as an unfortunate condition In our midst which In a short time timeWill timewill
Will 111 bo entirely eradicated as most of the polygamlst nr ems now well ad advanced adV ady ¬
vanced V l1ced in life lifeWhile IIfoWhile I IWhile
While the timeMormons Mormons are In the majority In Utah but a small par parcentage MrC percentage
centage C of them are re polyxamlsts t Salt Lake la 1 a gentile city so Is Ogden Ogdento
to la Park I > nrk City but It the smaller towns outside of the mining onmps are arealmost arealmost 1
almost entirely Mormon MormonMy 1I0rmonh S Sdt
My dt h own feeling about the matter is that the system of polygamy ol gam was wasthe wallUle wasthe
the thing we were er anxious to get rid of and that having be been n abandoned abandonedwe
we can well afford to cover with the mantle of charity and d deal ullenltnl ullenltnllIh l leniently X Xwith 1 1itit
with lIh the th oldcabes assured that the grave will 11I soon put nn end to a potidl potidltlon r rIon t ttion
Ion ot things which has brought so much strife and bitterness and suffer sufferSag urterInll j
Sag to the people Clple of UtahWashinBton Times x r rrrH1
rrH1 4 + HHH4iiI i H + I1 I Ii > 1 M SJI MIHH H + HHHHIH II 1 i 111II11 1111 h H H 11111 + Ih i M 11444 Jill 111 i
5 T TChaseof CC
litclel1ei KiickiwFs ener s sChase sCllaSe S SV V
Chase Chaseof of ofCombined olBoet olBoetCONlblllld I3oeth I3oethConibined
Combined Movement 10 o Due Tljcm I C11 From JSndosutc of oillie oillieBlockliolsCs tip tipBlockhousesConflict Iic3locliiss
BlockliolsCs BlockhousesConflict Conflict Vety WchuesqueMosl jPlclulCsqucAfosl5fcilillfl Exciting ExcitingOf
Of Campaign Scheme M 1fosllhlcnsive 1osI > st Extensive of Whole J VI1 le Wat WatDewet TVa6Iicwcs V VS VDewcI
S Dewet s Final Escape
S London I rlleb b 13Tho Tho detailed no nocounts netOUilt noCotmiits
counts which hava hl Just roachcd here lisidof hereof
of Lord KlUhiiiorH combined wove woveiionj J1oe111Jnt mauvelmuhi
iionj lmuhi to flue out the heels 1I0El from tho thovnolosuro thoInololllltf timeyflcho5imro
vnolosuro of blockhous lines hitmesslmow sho shovv that thatthe thatthe thattime
the conflict was ery plcturenquo IJlcttIo quo and andtho IIIItIIho timidthmo
tho must IIIIJ t exciting Incident uf the th whole wholecumimlRn wholeCI1ItIIUliln wholeeumimpaigom
cumimlRn Although apparently ap > lrollty eur eurlounded tUI101I1I SImmintimmheti
lounded d by II > an impenetrable ilntrof Ilng of tire flroOlid flueOimcl
Olid steel the Boors dauntless bravery braveryand
and dashIng charges ultimately result resulted rc ult ultcd ¬
ed In the majoritys escape from coma the themeshofl thoIIIOShOll tImemomoahmos
meshofl of Lord Kitcheners close drawn drawnnet rn 1 1lIet
net The British commanders schema schemawas
was tho moit txtunilvo vcr er curried out outduring outIlnllng outdmirlmmg
during the pronent l > war It conHlsted conHlstedof conslytot
of u m continuous line over CO O miles In Inlenirlh InItlIulh inlenuthm
lenirlh Lord Kitchener personally dl dlicutod IllItt dimcctcd
icutod Itt tl operations und wax soon In clone clonetouch clol10ulh chosetouch
touch with avery olor dtall of tho move movement tnlleluent incitenient ¬
ment The Doers I though hind prencvd prencvdelironk lrc ircateiirimrank ld ldrhrullk
elironk from nttpmplliig to cross time thnlullroad Ihelulltoud timemtiiitOmid
lullroad which wan ns patrolled throuph throuphout threuimcut
out the night by armored trains trainsequipped ttnl118lllIl trainsCilihiimhOtl
equipped lllIl > Itd with powerful searchlights
The tinln lights wore vent supplemented by bystationary
stationary tntlonar warehllghtH and tho pot 1i1JCIlltuInr sliietaeulmmr potlarulnr
larulnr effect oCtC wrm mont slrlkliifr lly 1I 1Ilha
the Hide Hub of tho railroad wore the dark
form of men lying In trencliae or ortundlng orItulHUng oretmuinhing
tundlng doing sentry duty dul The gloom gloomof gloomof Iooln Ioolnot
of tho moonUM night wtm Inlormlt Inlormlttontly InermlttClllly intormmmbttemmtly
tontly fiillcveil by b this sweep lIellJot of the thotenrchllghts theICllrlllllghtR timeeermrtlmligimte
tenrchllghts tenrchllghtsThe
The battle at Hellbron raged from 4 4oeloclt 4o1locl 4oclock
oeloclt Friday nlBlit until Saturday Saturdaymorning SI1ur Saturdaymorntmmg ny nylJIotnlng
morning From various positions bo boIlnd hoIhlll hehimmmi
Ilnd roolfs the Hoars l kept > ept up a vigor vigorous vigorUM Icor Icor1A ¬
ous 1A fusllada hoping to fluid a weak weakti weaktipot
ti I tipot > ot In I ii the line IIn Simultaneously Siimuiil tuneously others otherscharged olherllr othersc1arged
charged r but again and again were the theI thisI4crs
I I4crs < iwrs aIS repulsed leaving dsad founded foundedprisoners ltutmndecitni ounlllttIn
In tni prisoners in the hands of the Brit UrltAt
Ih IhA
At A t the outset out et of the preparations lie thoUoers thllnOllrs lieBoera
Uoers realized that t the operations opera 110M wore worenot WOIOnot yoreact
not meiely an ordinary drive but buta hut1I1110cllentthrcl1lenlng
a 1I1110cllentthrcl1lenlng movement threatening them with to
MKldlesboro Ky I Feb l eu 13Accordlng 13Accordlngto
to the latest reports from the scene ot otyesterdays oC11II ofyesterdays
yesterdays 11II torll III fight at Iee Turners TurnoruQuarlerhouso TurneraQunrlorhouso TurnersQuarterholmso
Quarlerhouso In Hell countythree countythreeand cllun cimnty t thrce thrceAn thmreeamid
and An tn A half miles from this city beOvown beOvownoiticcra bemaelioillcers e < aln alnolelrI
oiticcra and citizens of Mlddlosboro MithhIebotanmlmnommntoineers nnd nndmountnlncorH IIlItlmountalntcrl
mountnlncorH friends of the Turners Turnersnine TUInelsnine Turnemsnimme
nine men were killed killedThe killedTile kIlledThe
The dead are areCharles areYlmariea
n nChnrles
Charles Cecil deputy 1011111 sheriff sheriffJohn slwrUrJ sheriffJohmm
John J Doyle of oilloerfl posse po se and the
following mountaineers mountaineersCharles 1110UlllulneersCharllJJl mnoummtmhirmeersuncles
Charles Dye negro negroMarsh negroMar umegroMarsh
Marsh Mar h Wilson WilsonPerry WllgoimPc
Perry 101 Pc mel Watson WatsonFrank Wat VataomiFrank on onPrl1nlt
Frank Johnson J Turners bartender
Mike Welch Turners chief lieuten lieutenant lieutenant hieutemmoat ¬
ant antA antA oatA
At S55 G5 this morning there was con considerable canshlernblo conelilerable ¬
siderable excitement on Kast Tcmpla Tcmplastreet l lCmmmplestreet lmljleatrelt <
street Just below Second South which whichwas whIchwns whIchmpns
was ocngloned by Ii two of the big cars carsof carlot carsof
of the street car company coming to together together togethier ¬
gether getherFortunately getherIortunately gethierFortunately
Fortunately although oil considerable considerableplnsH consldernhleJII1RR oonlderableglass
glass was all nlmttercxl 1 In tho vestibules vtmlbulaiof
of f the cars no one was Horlously In Injured Injllled 1mmjmmred ¬
jured A lady named Mrs Hliurgnlile Hliurgnlilewho
who ho Is seventyseven ycuts eOI1I old ol Imp Imprncd hllPlnell lampIwned
rncd > to be standing In the ornwdtd ornwdtdWaterloo oromvihetlWaterioc
Waterloo car which was struck < and andwas anmitas
was thrown to the floor She he suffered sufferedmoro sufferedmore sufferedmore
more from roam fright however than In Injury Injury ¬
jury jllr and after she sh sIms had been taken t ther tu tulor toher
her home at 155 South Rust Temple Templestreet hmJ11IItreet leamplestreet
street In a carriage canlu Dr lllchards was waspromptly WRII1110mlltl wasimiommimtl
promptly dlspntrhcd ci thither by this thastreet thoIItreet thisstreet
street car company and found that thatFhe thathe thatclue
clue he had ha escaped l1I11I 1 without a scratch scratchAnother scrlltchAnother ecratcimAntotimer
Another passenger on oh th the car whose whosename who whorlllnle whoseminnie >
name could not be learned received u ucut ucut acut
cut In the th face from flying glass glassThe tIUIIIThe glassTime
The accident was occasioned by Mo Motorinnn Motormnn Motormummn
torinnn arisen on the South Temple Templestreet Tenmphestreet rem pIe pIestreet
street car apparently apJlar nll misjudging the thedistance IheIIlstallco thisdIstance
distance In which he had to pull up upnnd UIIlml nilamid
amid confidently his car bumped Into IntoNo IntoNo intoNo
No M > which was picking up passen passengers paesemmgoes 1I8 en engerl ¬
goes abend abendConductor nhladeonductor aimeuttionductor
Conductor King and Motorman Carl Cnrlson CarlRon Carlsoil
son of the offending oar have been beenHiispended beellsll8p beemisuspended
suspended sll8p nded pending an Investigation InvestigationSEVENTY 11181l1l1l1tlonSEVENTY immvestigatlonSEVENTY
At a meeting of the board of county countycommlwloners counlYcornmt8lll0nel9 countycomumniimaionemS
commlwloners this morning the corn cornmunlcatlon COIl1t1lInlcatlulI conirmmmmnicatlmm
munlcatlon from Governor Wells re regarding reo reoRllrolnr regarthimug ¬
garding the appointment of delegates delegatesto delog toll tolllO
to the Irrigation convention to be held heldIn
In Amembly hall Feb JC 2 wag acted actedupon Mteupon nateimpon
upon and the following list consisting consistingor
or TO delegate lIel o was appointed to rep represent Ieprescnt represent ¬
resent Salt I Iake ihe county countyJohn count IountJohn countJohn
John Henry Smith 8 0 Kwlng l T 1 J JAlmy JAIIIU 1 1Ahmn
Almy Ahmn M I e < Fox 10 r J S Wttcher A F FDoremuM FOororuuK FDoremiuus
DoremuM Tea Je Iesse W Fox J H Ander Anderson mlelIIIOn ¬
son Ie Grand t Iran You n g c W D IreHton
0 1 C I lnmbelt mbert J Fewson F won Smith Ir C CI
1 Stevenson llurrlnon Sperm 81 rr > Adam AdamSpler Aiammmpiaii am amSple
Spler piaii A S Helsr Kzi 11Z11I Thompaon F FH I IS FS
S lllnes II Ilea T K Jeremy IS I 11 Alrlx uf ufBait tfSalt t tRalt
Bait lAke W H Halgh usher lien Jcnnlon Uennlon lienmmhmmm
nlon Henry IIlnr hacker Taytorsvllle J C CMarkay C111I1 Ctiaekity
Markay 111I1 kn A J Hill W J Home Oran Granger OranIt Oranget ¬
get It r Christopher Layton Peter Larsen LarsenHunter Jru IameenHunter en enHunter
Hunter K i T I Spcncsr Sllell r 1t 11 S Sutton ButtonPleasant SuttonPleallllnt SuttonPheasant
Pleasant Clre OrOtn Cl teen n IWwnrd I wlrd Schoenteld SchoenteldCyrua SehotnreldCru SchoenfeldCyrus
Cyrus Gold lob Brighton nrl hton Jamea Young I IM I IM 1M
M Chapman John Xeff EIIt aat Mill MillCr MillCrtek MillCreek
Cr Creek k C E I Miller Samuel Howard T
1 1 Page HSverton W II Freeman IreamapyGeorgo I FreemanGeorge reeman reemanOlOrgfl
George Miller Herriman John Hubert HubertF
F A Cooper Jr West Jordan H B BBerkstend ne IIBecketesul
Berkstend e George Gardner South Jor Jordan Jordn Jardun ¬
dan Jamen Wlncheater J P Freeze FreezeMurray FreezeMurrll Freezeurray
Murray urray J M r Smith W R 1 Knnls Ennlslle Ennlsller He Heber Heber
ber r Smith W V AV V Fitzgerald Draper DraperJoseph Dr Deeperfonpii per perroMph
Joseph Moua tl1uMIIY y A H Went Blurt DluffDalt DluttDatt BlurtDale
Dale Jam Jmuui4t4 n Mimic John lloyoe iran Granite GrnnIte iranite ¬
ite H F llurton John Oabbott Thos ThosWoodbury ThoWoollbuly TimosWoodbumy
Woodbury Farmers Jarm r Francis McDon McDonald leDonRIll ¬
RIll 8 A Ciisto motto Holllday 0 P 1 Miller MillerGeo MiiierGee IIer
Gee C t Sharp Union J C Jensen W WW WW Ws
W s Wilson Sandy Bnm J It Smith Daniel DanielHarrington DaniellInrrlngton DanielBarrington
Harrington Sugar Pat Ryan Forest ForestDale ForestDale ForestDale
Dale and I n M I Harman H T Shurt Shurtllff ShurtIIff lilmurtlift
lift W C Winder H C Carlisle Mill MillCrtek MillCraek II IICrtelc
tal annihilation nnd Gen QC I DowQt Itl t n nmmblud RI RIIeloblull nsL4etlmlblud
mmblud his whale 1I01i1 force and iinoufl dllO < W1 < a 1 1time
tho situation with the oomtitandwi oomtitandwiwith cornll1thUitIwith oomnmtahtierswith
with th time result t that tlm hoVelii Hour IJOUfJtVerI Hourwero
wero split up into threa forctffii
On Thursday itlgV COO 00 Op 1orll r < r
hoadod h Ill 011 by CaneoH CatOolteumi ri rushed u ufor i iforce
for force e of Imperial llghthorBc About 100 10011Jurihcrs
liurghers got through but tho remaind remainder r mllln mlllnel ¬
er encountering a tremendous flri flriwero I1r I1rwere firtvero
were turned back backFriday back1rldll backFriday
Friday 1rldll nights conflict obbod nndl nndlDwelled onc1IIwellod nunisveiied
Dwelled over an area of 40 to GO mllus lf
In which tho longhunted harrwssea harrwsseaand hl1rr lmarrumisetmind l seJ seJLlnll
and dosporate de lJrllte mea cmlmvoted 1I to t flnd flndoutlets f1I hlmidoutlets l loutlats
outlets rite Uoers at one spot got gotWithin HOtI gotWitimin
Within I thin 30 yards of the Uritlsh firing
line In but tho barbed who balked tha th thtbtutglmems
burghem and aim forced thorn to retreat reh < t
The firing now no ceased Aided by tIme thaelectric thscleotrlo tImeelectric
electric searchlights the British liar liarrowed hnrrowed liarrowed
rowed the surrounding territory wljli wljlishrapnel wlJfhrl1pllcl WI I Ielmnhmmlei
shrapnel shells and Maximo bullets bulletsIn
In tho northern section the IJooru IJoorumade IJooIImnllo Bciersnmado
made a deNpnrato effort to bilak bilakthrough 11lIkthough bVaktlmiough
through Collecting a number of cut cuttle eattie ¬
tic the Hocrn drove them down on tha th
British lines Mending low In their theirnaddlcs theirsaddles hel helMtlleR
saddles the Doers rode among the thecattle tllacat tIlecattle
cattle cat lie making It Impossible Impoft lbl to distin distinguish IIlsllllulsh distitigulsim ¬
guish ulsh them th m In the darkness darknessThe dl1rknesslho tlarknmesmiTime
The hellish pickets opened a terrible terriblefire torrlblflte
fire amid the he Boers wero everywhere everywheremut ocrhQretIIlJt
mulct with a relentless halt of bullets bulletsA
A long line of flame ran up nnd down downtho doWntha downtime
time firing line nearly 1I lIrly 39 3 miles In length lengthas
as the armored trains flushed their theiraoarchllghts theil8olrchllghts tlmeilstarchmhlglmts
aoarchllghts over miles of country
The reports of the quickUrine UUUH UUUHnlong lllnllnlong tmtis tmtisalong
nlong tho entrenched line and thu
booming ot the ffeldguns and pom pompoms pomIOInS pealmmmcm ¬
poms sounded very deep amid tIme sharp aha i iciackhimig
crackling cl ckllllg of the musketry while Noll Nollbron No Niiibroui hllfl
bron fort contributed to the din with withthe wllhtho withtime
the deep roar of Its naval gun gunThlt gunruin
ruin lasted for some 20 minutes minuteswhen II110UIlwhen mnImiu0swhen I
when gradually time rattle died tlown tlownOnly IIInOnlY clownOnly
Only the crack ot single shQtswaj IIhoI8 Shmotnlvahenmii W1 W1hcnll1
heard Thon all was again quiet quietThe quietThE quietThe
The Hoers toer attempt lo break time th Brit ¬
ish circle had failed A 4 few of them themsucceeded themucceotllt themsticecetied
succeeded In crossing tho line and andunions on1IInlOnl andhmlimong
unions them WAil Gen Dewel
Jim Prado Prallo1IoP110r i ir mhopper
r Hopper HopperIt I IIt
It Is said that an unknown moor moorfililncr lI1eolHhlner mooshiner
shiner perished In time flnnios h hTurnuru imTuirnur 1 1furnllr
Turnuru saloon was wnsLurned lurried and so e n1 n1Whor llthlH i iilthmet
Whor thlH persons plln lIJllroreportcil arc reported to t Hftve Jr Jrburned 1j 1jburned i iburned < >
burned to death Over CO msn m r were WI1 e cr crgaged l ccgaged r riagelllil
gaged iagelllil in time conflict Tile aillcsrjpo aillcsrjpowe dlll OlIlcdv eti cpO cpOM pot potse
we It t IH claimed numbered 40 rtntl dh h the thewciv theWel tImeYeru
wciv opposed by h il j mountaineers Il1 untrilue rs Lee LeeTumorwho 4afurnerwho Teerurnerwhmo
Tumorwho Is now no nt the thoMrn Mlngo fnlnea Inineadaimlea
dtnlQH that he took part In the fight
11 Is stated that ho has called JO of
his friends together to avenge the death deathof dealhor
of his companions and arm to resist re lst any umm at attempt nlto nltot
tempt t ll1 > t which may 11I11 be made by the onto oflrcers ontoollrs ohThcore
core to arrest him or any member InQOIIJeroth b bthis o otin
tin mountaineers who took part In U tli thilgimt
fight fightFISI I1ghtFISH ilgimtFISIVI
Fish Commissioner John Sharp leaves leavesIn icayeimm
In the morning for tho Durrlston state statepond slutltpond statepond
pond five miles from roam Nophl where whelolto wheloltowill lie liewill it itsill
will plant 60009 young trout Ho will willthen wi1Jthen 1j 1jthen
then plant 30009 trout In Will Creek and
80000 In Parleys Canyon creek tollotIn follow ¬
hag In up with a deposit In the Cotton Cottonxvoods Cottonwoods Cottummwoods
Secretary neatly of the state board boardof
of health says eas that the diphtheria situ situation sittmatten Ittallan ¬
allan In Gunnlson Ounn on la 1 becoming las lasalarming 1 leisalarmIng 8 8alarmln
alarming and is now under control The Thedoctor TheIoctor Timeiloctor
doctor states that the teacher of the thelocal timelocil
local school who had diphtheria con continued comitiumuei ¬
tinued to teach after her throat be became b bclmo bcame ¬
came sore and aim no o doubt exposed all of oftho ilrthe t tthe
the children In the th school schoolBLOODHOUND sol1oolBLOODHOUND schoolBLOODHOUND
While the state board of charities and andcorrection IltIcorrection ant antcorrection
correction was at the prison yesterday yesterdayafternoon yestrd43afternoon CIt6rd t tafternooll
afternoon Warden Dow treated his litevisitors hiliI hisvIitor
visitors I ltora to a dog do drill lie sent son t n ntrusty atrusty
trusty skirmishing to the southeast southeastthrough southeasttlmrougim
through the brush and over the llto lltoGrande ifluGrands
Grande track and then back zigzag tu tuthe tuthe
the west over time creek and aim up Into a atree mutree
tree Then a handkerchief dropped by bythe bytime
the trusty was given the bloodhound bloodhoundto
to snuff and Immediately they unlffcd unlffcdand snuft4amid
and snuffed the air yelped dasha I Iaround inmu
around nmu d in a circle several times in a away t tway
way suggestive of homing pigeons pigeonsjmr pigeonsjmrreisamietl Jir Jirreleaoed
releaoed und then dashed off rm rmtrustys otttrustys
trustys trail They followed the t tvery u uvery
very well losing It only once or tw twbriefly tubrtehiy
briefly and piesentlv fetched up U Uder t ttier
tier this tree where the trusty was washiding < 1 1hiding
hiding calling loudly for him to fc fcdown cctlown
down The spectators were m tt ttpleased m mpleased
pleased with the exhibition but one onethem timetheta
them ventured to ask why wit t tmarkable r rmmumkable
markable ngeresatlon ot canlm hu huIng hiulag
lag talent was not put on th the f i 1 P n nthe t tthe
the Hay murder Immediately on If Ifcovory I Icover
covory cover No one offered any OJCpIaa OJCpIaatlon oxpIaaion
ion tlonRAWLINS ionflAWLINS
Promluent Irovo ImrooCItizehm3 Citizens Grateful to toUtahs toUtahs
Utahs Senior Senator SenatorSpecial SenatorSpecIal
Special to the N News NewsProve ws wsProvo
Provo Feb 11 12Time The follow following Insr tie triegram tiegram
gram signed by Mayor Taylor and andabout antiabout
about thirty prominent business men Of Ofthis OfthIs
this city was s sent nt to Senator Kawllns Kawllnsthis Bawilmisthis
this afternoon afternoonWe
We congratulate you for your ef efforts efforts ¬
forts in behalf ot o the assay offica tar tarProvo f fProve

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