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nlurlng the hode hoden 1o do don doIhe 1ett
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td I Whlllar modern r dir dlalJoJllolI U on toward towardo tuwnrdopean towardopeIlfl
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idi ndld Isolation fltIOII o or O t Ihe ° RePUblIC public mm OtititQ 11111dttcnnlnatton
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5 dttcnnlnatton erminnt on tQ hold hol < 1 aloof
entangliM K alliances Less than thanago tllnnyeats thanago
reign ago li lie declared n 1 president presidentthe
yeats the III Pitiable flunkey In tho thoiU1 tholial theII
UI fgd d department by iU1 had hn stretched hill hlan hiliami
lial II the cas In adulation to thu thuvpl thuijh huof
ami ijh u across n of O arW W Hrltnln and today todayiu tOIII tOIIIth
vpl gQvernnwnt iu we va as hugging to its itsthat IlaboIom ittblQm
th D nation that since the th tattloot tattlootsystematically battle or orY O OTrItQWfl
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had systematically and per perplottd perlat periitflttY
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plottd our downfall He Heat I1un
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retI at the shoulderstropped shoulderstroppedr shollllerstnpPlIJCIIlarcd
1 n > re iad Kl flunkeys who wore to bo boLnvlied hud hodtatIheLl
Lnvlied r CIIlarcd g u acrws aro the Atlantic to bend bendthe lIelltIhe
d ratlhed toe to and kiss kl g the hand of the theking thornrllh theErlIsh
the rnrllh king kln WhORO hoso government lie liehad hedeotred liedtUed
deotred had attempted to toof Corm CormaUlloD ° a aaIItlfl
to toM 10thurt toU
aUlloD of O Europnan governments
thurt M U while we S were seeking to toitrlkt torl toirlt
itrlkt irlt rl e tho th chuckles cklei from rent Cuba Hon HonHI
HI 1 straightforward slralghtrorwnritAmerlcan American dlplo dlploitj dlt diploiuii > lo loI1JIr
itj I1JIr he i dtclaml had glen way to toimotttn 10r
imotttn r 1 lo opan an diplomacy Ho 1Iollnhl Maid ho res resiMctrf rescteI es estorte
iMctrf torte cteI < the present occupant of the theibin tilllibllf thethII
ibin thII Home He was he said too tooitriirtitowiml tooIlralrblrurward tootaghtfrWartl
itriirtitowiml for many of Ills par partv
tv t v < oiltiuei tIcagu slightly IIghti quixotic per perits pe peIP perjL
its IP and hasty tempered tpm erell but honest honestmd
md bravo raV enough he o thought to totot totvl tott
tot out the th man In the state depart departctnt
tint who hQ had brought us to this hu huDiluting hymlllating hnrjuatlng
Diluting position positionturning IolillonTurning O5EtIOflVTurtIng
turning to Englands war In South SouthAfrica Southfnca EojthAfrica
Africa fnca he uVnouncpd ln her > r tyranny end nndlie nn nnthe
the part we had In It In nllowlm war warr WillIIltlll1 si1ririttrLl
r IIltlll1 terlil to be shipped from ft On our ourflora ourIta otiri1rL
flora Ita It halt that was v8 enld snl < l of otthls otthlsrrtn this thisnaPaunoefutcvflS thisrio
naPaunoefutcvflS rio true ho declared declaredtit doclarellbHurbt
tit bHurbt lt ibt to be b shipped across tho wa woif waIt WatI
if It ind jfl nd the Manor tho th bettor bettorRthrrlng IJoUorRllmlnt ottor1tftrrlng
Rthrrlng to the fart tnptthnt that ft 1 mean memfcf meant
fcf t of the presidents family was to toItitd tv1I toItr
Ititd Itr 1I d the th coronation Mr Wheeler WhcclorlUlt VheelerIjit
lUlt 1 < 411 was wtsperhap perhaps unbecoming to nl nlUiUlf nl1dtott attitott
UiUlf Nevertheless he said he con conlUerillt CallIllelli cotiitrt
lUerillt Illelli itrt It moat irhfortunntc und unprc unprcfirt unproIidln unpretted
firt Iidln td and to b 110 lamented Itlm utell by b every everytatftovfng eerybrI1lovrOl everybyhovhng
tatftovfng American Aml rlcall It was but buti butIDIIMI1 buttIore
i IDIIMI1 pore link In the chain chainMhMler chllnJI
MhMler JI then turnjdtfl turn turic1 tgUI tUpr tUprRelive prlJ prlJrfcllre V Vrtce
Relive visit Isft of Prince lrlnceJI Henry IIenrtvtth nr nrIIjth
frth a gesture of contempt contem t tie liothat hodlrt tiechre
dlrt that the European ma
SKERIPFSTORRS HERIFF STORRS IN CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIATo
I To Get George Wright the Alleged Pelican Point Murderer MurdererThought MurdererThought MurdererThought I I I I
Thought to Have Been Seen by Sheriff Naylor NavlorPeople NavlorPeopleOf People PeopleOf I I
V Of Provo Thought Storrs St rrs Had Gone to Price
M n Francisco Feb 14Tho Chron Chroni CItronthat
I It i a ita > i that lierllt George A J Storra Storracf
cf Piovo Utah has been becnln In this city cityto oltyIrllemal
to Irllemal leveral days In search of a man manJtoa
Jtoa hom he hi hag ha boen b en pursuing for or over overMait overI
te I Mait ear R man charced with four tOUlU1l1ers fourtrer
WWtti trer and numberless other lesser lessernan lessermc
nan mc Punlihment for whlclUie whlch u has hasus
us Ilu fir succeeded In escaping The TheM Theojet
6tJetl M of r this interesting man hunt huntf
J ene f 0 George orge II Wright Wrightw
w the many crimes charged to Gee
8 right alias James G Weeks WeeksIflM
au C T Caso alias Stevens tho thoYlMriou
YlMriou l1il Itrlous Is the teenier < of three threetni
t S mf roen I1 AllPrt Ernstrom 1 Alfred
Awion ani an Arthur Johnson near Pell
In 1 J Point lit on Vtah Lake 1a1ceon on Feb 16 16tM 16or
j tM For flr this rrlmf > n F hayes ayesi
Itplatbtr Whtr V
ErnatroinWos Indicted on oni
L I i I > lrl1 trl 11 and 011 ° April tirIl 14th
Ing J foimd guilty and sentenced
b M ftinted banr il
Hayes secured u com
tallon atIo ff J ot pardon and on a showing
1 h Was aa Innocent was finally IInnll par
FATAL FAIALWRECK TOCK ON ONTHE ONTHE
I
1 THE PENNSYLVANIA
I VliQfl3 t < n3 pa Feb I4Threo men
1 four probably fatally nnd two twoT
lrJoualy T injured one freight train a aWrk
V Plttt Wreck and another nearly so sorntoB o
I th Jnlt8 r results or ° f nn accident this thisn
lirnlnr rntoB I On o th the t t lennsYlvanln ennsylv nla railroad railroadTUB
atetp n grad a tow rnlleu below the
hrlUhoe curve CUflClJiI curveThl1
TUB DEAD DEADnduetor
A Orole nduetor CofldUCtobrakemon nduetorr
n Wtstnrr r brakeman
W unfY brakeman brakemanFATALLY brakemanROflABI
pRoBADl FATALLY INJURED
InL It W Hartmln
II I flag 5 man manF
1lnkI1t1
F W l11ilneer
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SImOIl Iimt n Jredrrltk brnkemlln
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Tile firemen of both engines names namesunknown namesunlmowlI namesunknosn
unknown unknownControl unlmowlIControl unknosnCoiitrot
Control of tho second section s of an anenstbound onenstbound aneastbound
enstbound freight train was los losllloon losllloonotter lost soon soonnftcr soonafter
otter emerging from the Gallltzen tilt tunnel tllntiel tiltnd ¬
nel nd and two miles west of AlUgilppus AlUgilppusIt
It crushed Into the th rear of the first firstsection firstscotlon firsteotion
section Ten cars the caboose and andtwo nndtwo andtwo
two engines were completely wrecked wreckedGrove wrlcklllGrovp wreckedGrove
Grove Westner nnd Cooney were In Inthe Inthe inthe
the caboose of the forward train Their Theirbodies TheirIJOttlcs Theirbodies
bodies were torn to pieces Hartman Hartmanvan
van aji standing on the front pint plattornl plattornloC form formof
of tho caboose o and the shook throw throwhim throw111m throwliii
him liii far down over the mountain side sideEngineer sidenelneer sideEngineer
Engineer Fluke of the rear train and nndhis IInllIIIB andhis
his fireman Jumped when they tho saw the thatrain thltrilin thetrain
train ahead of them Flujie was wasfound WIISfaulIl sLt sLtfound
found unconscious uncon olaus fifty feet away from fromtho tromtho fromthe
tho track
I I THE PRESIDENT PRESDENTISVERY JS VERY HAPPY
l1oostllt lhlnClnn Pb HPre 14President President Presidenturnetlt l < 1ent
lhi tLs returned urnetlt urnetltw to ° the > < > White Houo
tlnd PVfl orfnnon In a very happy frallle ot o
altr
th flu
tJi14e t 1de v anxious day at atll the
ot o w
kai ll III lIoy y w Who ° hls hlspncum Loen crlt
lIu With pncum pneumonia ° n nvvllen > at Groton
Tho J iurmy > Jurnr
t iJernrmht vernrn > back to the sent ot
nl 1vai ln made
U trely 11 than the much more leis
tn hnMIY dash Into 2ew oW
illi
la last 1
eti UI SUnday when Wiie the lr 1rCsl sl
te Ie tastest anllpt to reach his hi lion outran
Ipfjul appV1
lmtn trtt
lOtO The
l1IA trIp to
utrI 111 Were made In 11 1 hour but 18
In thl borne conlUmei1ln con the letum and
coming the President hall
nines wore falling over each oilier oilierto
to sco tho lime dulChmnn dulChmnnThere IIUl hmnn hmnnrhelo V VVhiuie
There V were WOI a 1 thousand Americans Americansfollowing Amcrlcnnstollowlllg Americansfollowing
following tho plow 1 > IOWWhO who were no honest honestnnd honeHtand hottestand
and as noble as h hit Why should the theAmerican thoAlllerlelln theAinerletin
American people glvo Ive hcpil to this thisIlukeylsm thistlulte tIiiilulceylem
Ilukeylsm tlulte IKrn of the present administra administration ¬
tion he asked We should treat our ourvlHltora ourVIIItolI ourVlllttots
vlHltora politely I > but why wIt fall down downund IownUIII
und UIII worship them themThe themrho thenThe
The whole house WAS 19 aroused by Mr MrWhoclers MIWhleler Mmpitoclers
Whoclers philippic l > Several times tho thoDemocratic thoJJCnlOClutlo thehioritocratic
Democratic side sll e burst into applause applauseAs
As ho Willi va ttn concluding Mr Ir drosvenor drosvenorof
of Ohio asked if Mr Wheeler had been beenliving bfenIIvltm beenliving
living at tIme tlmo of the visit of La Lafayotte Lafayette I1 I1tllyotle
fayotte ad a the representative Ieple elltatle of the theking thoktlllf theking
king of France whether he would have haveopposed haveOiliosed haveOiltted
opposed tho reception accorded the thoFrenchman theFromiehimahl
Frenchman 1 by h Washington WashingtonI
I should have been proud to receive receivetho rlce1etho receivethin
tho Mtwiuls do Lafayette replied repliedtr
Mr tr Wheeler WheelorUe Ho helped to light our ourbattle OUlJmtte outbattle
battle for our llberUen Democratic Democraticapplause Dcl1locrnUonll110ule Democratloapplause
applause applauseMr
V Mr aillflt of Massachusetts culled at attention ottentlon attentiou ¬
tention to tile ho fact that President till liuchaimn tillIhllllnn Iuehanati
chaimn a Democrat had received tho thoPrince tholrlnop the1Ice
Prince of Wales That was W S u different 1l11Iftercntthin differentthing differemittbiIi
thing tbiIi retorted Mr r Wheeler amid He Hepublican Hepubllclln liepubhlcitn
publican Jeers He cnmo In an official officialcapacity officialcnpllclt officialealtclt
capacity as tho heir to the British BritishThis llrlUshthrol1 hlrltlslithmron
throl1 throl1rhts thmronntis
This statement Mr Orosvenor denied denieddeclaring danielltlechrJng denieddeclaritig
declaring that the prince prlnceellml eame Incog Incognito Innonllo itiiognitt ¬
nito and WItH received and entertained entertainedat
at the White House by a a Democratic Democraticprenident 1emocratloPIcllftlell 1emooratioprenident
prenident prenidentIf
If the gentleman Is correct an announced allnounced announced ¬
nounced Mr Wheeler then I con condemn COliIlomn cciiIOIflfl ¬
demn tho action of President Buchan Buchanan ¬
an anMr Mr Boutell of Illinois vigorously de defended dofiiidot1 10flHIlIN1 ¬
fended the th head of hit state depart department depnrttnent leptirtbent ¬
bent NO O man In recent years had ro rollented 10feotr Tofiectetl
llented such credit upon our diplomatic diplomaticaffairs dlpol11ntlonftalla diplomaticaffairs
affairs HH he He referred especially especiallyto
to the Chinese crisis CIIlllIa11l1 and said his acts actsthroughout alll1throughout actsthtrotighotit
throughout that time he had won the thecommendation thocommentlotlon thtocontmettdatton
commendation of the world Mr Boil Boiltell IJoutell Iboutell
tell said he could not be silent whllo whllosuch whllosllch whileuchi
such nn attack was made upon an nnAmerican anAmerlcnn an1tmoricnn
American who had cast such u luslre luslreon
on our nit diplomacy diplomacyThe
The excitement then subsided and nndconsideration anllconRhlernUon andconsideration
consideration of the pension bills was wuaresumed wasresumed susresumed
resumed resumedLater resumedTntor resumedLater
Later InHhe In tho day Iln Mr 11 drosvenor re replied IC1111M retulLd ¬
plied nt some length to Mr Wheeler Wheelerseverely Wheelerecloly heoler heolerseveioly
severely crltlelolng the Kentucky I mem member membel memobet ¬
bet for what ho termed the latterH in inopportune Inoppolluno lflOpportune ¬
opportune speech lIe said thU speech speechwould IIpeechwo npeeiiwouhh
would wo ll be read at Kiel tomorrow morn mornIriff mornIlIir alertlug
lug on thcttve of Prince Henrys de departure delnr dolartulre ¬
parture lnr lIre us tho message of the American Americanpeople AmericaPOOPIQ
peopleMr people 1 > tOPI1Mi V
Mi Wheeler r fit the cOicluslon QU lusllot lusllotMr jnt jntMr ad adtr
Mr tr drbsvendr11 OtoS GrosYefl 0110lJII i9 remarks itItletd made llnll tin Im Impassioned InlplI810nell InpasBioned ¬
passioned response protesting against againstthe
the th official reception of lrlnce Henry lIcnr
cloned Since then the officers have havebeen Ilwellecn havelied
been hunting for Wright who Is ac accused aecusell accused ¬
cused of the crime crimeOn crimeOn crimeOn
On Inquiry at Provo It developed that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the Impression prevailed that Sheriff SheriffHtorr SherlftStorrll I3lieriffiftorrs
Htorr had gone to Price on business businessIn
In reference to the Connor case lIe Hereceived lIerecelvell lieiOCOIVCl
received a telegram Inst Monday sum summoning summoning sumaonlng ¬
moning him hit there before the grand grandJury grallliJIIIY grant grantJury
Jury and he left to all Intents anti andpurposes anti1lIpOse antihutiPOSO
purposes for that place placeThe IllaeThe vlaeeThe
The fact tn t lint leaked lealtellillout out however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that Sheriff Storrs on that name day dayreceived da darccelNl dayreceived
received n 1 dispatch from Sheriff Nay Naylor Nn Nnlor Nayhoe
lor who ho Is In San Francisco Frnncl co to tho thoeffect thocftecf thecffeet
effect that he had scctra seeit a man he took tookto
to bo Wright the supposed IIUPPoslC1Pellcnll IIUPPoslC1Pellcnlllolnt Pelican PelicanPoint PelicanPoIit
Point murderer and advised Storrs to tocomo tocomo tocome
como and see If his suspicions were werecorrect werecorrect rerecorrect
correct So the latter must have de determined 1101errnlned dolerenlned ¬
termined to go to the const without withoutraying wltholltfl1ylnu withoutsaying
raying anything about It so 0 that ho homight homight homight
might spring a surprise on the people peopleby
by II coming In with Wright under his hiswing hiswln hIswIng
wing wln < <
a chance to make three short rear car carBpcccl c r rSI1CC
Bpcccl to the crowd at Worcester WorcesterWoonsoVct WorcesterWOflS orccsterWJons
WoonsoVct WJons t and Providence In each eachIIQ eachhI eachiit
IIQ nssuiretyhe IIIISUI the waiting wallin hundreds that thatTrtd thatTIII thatToil
Trtd wdB W fI nil ii right and out of the thewoods thewoods thewoods
woods and In each case the crowd crowdseemed crowdsecmcc1 crowdsoeweci
seemed as joyous as the president and andchftored nndcheored amidcheered
cheered vociferously Tho Journey at after atter atter ¬
ter leaving Providence was uneventful uneventfulMiss
Miss Alice RoofiQVclt will leave for forGrotoh torOrotOI1 Or OrGrototi
Grotoh over the Pennsylvania road at at4So
450 4 SO oclock thlfl afternoon It Is ex expected expccted expeeled ¬
peeled that It the Improvement ImlrO lmIJllt In the theyoung thcyoun theyoung
young mans condition continues for foranother tllrnnother foranother
another week ho will be brought here herent hereot hereat
nt the end of that time Mrs Itoosc Itooscvelt Hooseelt 110050velt
velt elt and Miss Allco will be In Wash Washington Wl1IhInrton Washtngton ¬
ington when Prlnco Henry arrive
MEDALS MEDALSV V OF c5 U HONOR HONORFORGALLANTMEN ON ONFOR OR V
J FORGALLANTMEN FOR FQRqALA O LLANT NTMEN MEN
f
Washington rob I ob ll AdJuttfaon 1IAtljuliOollCorbIn 1lAuljutGenCorbin AdJuttfaonCorbln
CorbIn today made public the report of oftie ottIle oftie
tie army board bO I1 of which dan Mao MaoArthur MncMll MacArtitui
Arthur Mll 10 I was ifacldcntuppontd to con contildor conslitQl 00flsidot
tildor mid report the names of oIIlcerH oIIlcerHund OmcaltllIll ofllcetSttitti
und onllBtcd men of tho tinny who dlu dlutlngulolicd I1IHtlnculMltc dlHtinguIhted
tlngulolicd tliiinKolvoH dtirliiK the ro rocent 10conl toCent
cent cnmpalBiis cnl11 algns In Cuba China and ulIl tho tholliillpilin3 tholhlllPIIIIICS thelliihlpplnes
lliillpilin3 su as to entitle them to totho totho tothe
tho award aWM either of medals of honor honoror
or certllleates of merit rite olllcora olllcorarecommondccl olllcorsoeollunonerJ oihieerav0000nnovIeil
recommondccl for or brevet rank for forspecially forIIpeclally or orspOoiaily
specially meritorious services during duringtho dlllllIethe duringtue
the same rampulgnfl will Ili be nominated nominatedto
to tho senate by tho President In the thoreffular theregulur theregular
regular way As lm hosbcclI ties boon statcdlreal statcdlrealdotit tntetlIreldellt
dent Kooserolt has approved all the therecommendations therecoltlmonln therecoimimondations
recommendations recoltlmonln tlon8 mudo 1111111by by the MaoAr MaoArthur ManArthul MnoArtiter
titer hoard for awards of brevet timed mcdals ItIclinls timednis
als of honor nnd nut ctirtlllcntcs CIIUJ ntos of merit meritWith meritwith meritwit
With wit the exception of the recommenda recommendation ¬
lion that Col Theodora ItaosovaU be bogiven beellell begiven
given the brovot rank of brigadier brlsadlerBenerul hrlflal1lorgeneral brigadiergeneral
general fur valor nnd wrvlcos ut the thobattle thlbalUn thebattle
battle of Han Juan hill flip list of ofbrevets orbleYols ofbrevets
brevets will be made public when It Is Iseent 18sent Issent
sent to tho renute renuteMednln 11enUteMelalfJ FenuteModule
Module of honor will bo awarded In
31 3 cnxes of which ten po to commis commissioned contlnlsIoned coinmisIonetI ¬
sioned oITlc011 and 23 3 to uoncomuils uoncomuilsgloned lIoncol1ll1lsslol1111 itoncomiulssiotied
gloned ofllceru nod privates Only ono onomedal 0110mel1nl onerrednI
medal was awarded on account of the tlioCuban tlluCullnn theCotton
Cuban flwvko two in tho case ca o of if tho thoClilnoHe thohIIlOHO tImhittose
ClilnoHe < > nmi l1InJlIII oInhabml < alKii 1I and 30 O In it the Philip Philiplino l VhtilhpI hI1l hI1lJ
lino J 1110 war Hie fli medal ll list t nhowa few fewjiainea Cownnmes feiJlaInes
jiainea of persons familiar to tho public publicporlmpa IJt1hlleperhlpa itublicrorlmIs
porlmpa tho most notnble ones being belnithose belnthoso beingIltose
those of Musician Palvln P I Titus who whoviis whovIts ho hovlla
viis tho Ilrst to settle tho wall at Po Pokin 10Idn IoItin
kin and who afterward WUH sent to toHHot toVllet toaet
HHot aet Point nnd Lieut Matthew A AWntison AHlltllon ALatson
Wntison who commanded the Macabobe MacabobetTOlllH Maca Idacahiobereoutt bubo bubofOutll
tTOlllH tTOlllHThe reouttThti fOutllThn
The cortfl ccrthfheuteo < Mles of metlt are nil nilawarded nilnwortlvd nIlcuvarded
awarded to noncommissioned offlduM offlduMand oI nIflOorintid corlt corltl1IHI
and privates and of the total number numberor
or 0 63 four nro on account of the Cuban Cubancampaign Cuhnntalnpnltn Cubntionlnitaigit
campaign 45 4 on account adc unt of the Philip PhilipPine Ihlllp11I0 Phiiiiprine
Pine 11I0 campaign and seven on account accountf
CtC > tr f thu Chinese trouble troubleTho tloUblTh troubleThe
lows The medals of honor list Is as 0 fol follows tolIcws oh ohloiss ¬
E W BAKER BAKERCuba DAlmnCubnihlrll BA1E11CubaElnarti
Cuba Cubnihlrll CubaElnarti Edward Lee Hiilor Jr nor norrenntnmjor sorgetintitmujor er ergOlltmIJor
renntnmjor gOlltmIJor Tenth uth cavalry cl1nlr for die distinguished dlsIngulslII dietitguisheil ¬
tinguished IngulslII gnllnntry In notion laton at Snntl Snntluuo Slnll SlnllkGO Santiago
ago kGO Cuba July 1 J89S In h leaving leavingcover leavingwIer leavitigcover
cover nnd rescuing under flroa lre 1 wound woundid WOUll
id 1 comrade from CIOI drowning In a stream streamin Itrenl
in JI I front of Santiago SantiagoPhilippine Santngo SantngoIhllll IantlagoPhilippine
Philippine Ihllll > lnl InlandsCapt IalantllClptOeorge George W V
Matthews Mathas assistant Csslstnnt surgeon lurgeOI Thirty Thirtysixth 1hlrtysixth hilrtysixth
sixth volunteer voluntCer Infantry for most 10st this distinguished ItS ItStlngulshll thistinguished ¬
tinguished tlngulshll gallantry galnntr In neton action near nNr1ulo
Labno 1ulo Luzon Iulon P 1 1 1 October Octoler LD 1S9P
In II attending atlnllng wounded under uncer u severe severelire evclolre
lire lre of the OWenfl enemy and seUlng sel ln a 1 carbine carbineand carblnanml carbineamid
and beating bcntnl off of ci an attack Iitaek upon wound wounded ¬
ed olllcers olcer and men 101 under his charge chargeLTCOU chargeITCOl chargeLTCOl
LTCOU w V n anovn anovnLleutCoI GUOVaJleutCol QhtOVELleutCoI
LleutCoI Win Wa K drove Thirty Thirtysixth Thirtysixth lhlrty lhlrtyBlxth
sixth volunteers oluntoorl for tO most distinguished distinguishedgallantry dlslngulslled dlslngulslledlnlantr distinguishedV
gallantry lnlantr Jn n action near per Ppfae V hR Luzon IszoniteMttt
V IPti OI
rpJfcWiHonlWi > itNlenMI iteMttt 9 I l tg9 11tP VhTRn wl meiIn ln V VVance ml mlVance uIIVance
Vance of his regiment reJlucllt he rushed to the theassistance thoaSRllltanee theassistance
assistance of his colonel charging ehUlgllf pis pistol pistolln listoI ¬
tol tolln In hand seven ltYel Insurgents Ilsllgentll and com compelling comIlolnK eonpeiiing ¬
pelling wounded IlolnK wounlel surrender Ulrendcr of all ni not killed kletl V or orwounded orwounlel orwounded
CAPT HARRY JAnn DELL DELLCupt DELrCallt I3ELI4Capt
Cupt Harry Hell IJII Thirtysixth vol volunteer volunteer 01
unteer Infantry Inrlntr for or most 10st conspicuous conspicuousgallantry conRlcuouf consilcutuugallantry
gallantry gnlantry In II action near Porac Pole Luzon LuzonP Luzol
P 1 October Octo bel 171S99 17 l 1S99 99 In II leading INtlng a sue sueecssful 8ueces9rul suecesstui
ecssful charge against n superior Atperlor force forcerapturing tor for0ecapturing e
capturing clilturtnl and ant dispersing the enemy enem 1
and Ind relieving rcluln other members Icltbots of his roc roclinont rol rcguncut
uncut 1I0lt from rota u pcrllouu Iulo position positionF1UST positon positonImtBl positionz1itsr
F1UST WKUT ImUl A M l FEUdUSON FEUdUSONFirst
First Lieut Jeut Arthur Alhur M Ferguson FergusonThirtysixth telgulonThht cvguson cvgusonTliiityslxth
Thirtysixth Thht lxth volunteer olUttcoJ infantry tOt formost tOtmost totmost
most conspicuous eonaplcuoll gallantry galllt In notion notionwith IIcHlonwih actionviti
with wih 19 men lel resisting Oflsthll nnd 11tot nt close closequartern CIOAIlOrlNA closeIIuartevs
quartern defeating 800 30 of tho enemy enemynear Oll enemymica Y YIcal
near Ical Dooo duCelhlf Luron 170n P 1 1 I Oct 21 2 1000 1000CAPT 190 190CAPl 1OOCAPT
CAPT II I J MfiQUATH MfiQUATHCnpt MaOIATI MoOIIATflCIIIt
Cnpt Clpt Hugh Iull J MpQrath Fourth cay cavalry Cwnlr cayairy ¬
airy nlr since IJnce snee dcceftseU deccl Red V for nTflst nt st dIe distinguished tlI8tlngul dIetingulLIhtetI ¬
tinguished tlngul hell gallantry in swimming 8wllunlut tho thoHim thoHII thietutu
Him HII Juan tlvci In h the face of the theencmyii thoenemy theeneinyn
enemy lire lre and driving dllng him from his hisentrenchments hlaentrenchmunts hiselitrettebmonts
entrenchments aLCatumba aCnlulha Luzon P PL pI
L I July Jul 2S JG 1M9 1M9HlOT 19 19FI81 II9insr
FI81 insr HlOT UUUT M t A HATBON HATBONFlint nAT I3AToFinit O Olhlt
A
Flint lhlt Lieut MuUliek lth V A lliitson lliitsonFourth 110 1101ourth 1iitt0ti 1iitt0tiPourti
Fourth cavalry noW flQ retired 1 Ired do doLT V VI4I
LT COt CO J PAltKHH PAltKHHLieut P P41KFiiLIott n01 n01Iou
Lieut Iou Col o James JCmcy Parker IIk r Foityflftl Foityflftlvolunteer POltOth POltOtholumeI Pottyfifthvoluuteei
volunteer Infantry Illraltl nowjmajor mmow Iutmjot of dew oavairy dewulr fCL fCLaIr
airy aIr and nsolstant Illsttllt V adjiunnt ntljlltlltl gtmorol gtmorolfor etOflllot ntnl ntnltOl
for most 10It distinguished lIBtnulhed ialluntry 11aluntr In tlii tliidofcnsa thdeCelHB ti tidofetmea
dofcnsa deCelHB of Vlgan VIgnl Luzon IUZOI P 1 I Uto 4
1899 while whlt In II command lolmolll 0f r tho gurrlstui gurrlstuiwhoro glnltn glnltnwhoro gturrisnuwhore
whoro with wih sihnll llhlll nuhibors 1IIIOIB he 11 lepulsoi lepulsoia lapIlsd lapIlsdI
a I savage anle night Ilght attnek ouR by I an 11 over overwholmlng 011 uvothielmlng
wholmlng whalml force of the ememy iiemy 11 fighting fightingat JhtlllS
at cial close liourH hOU 1 I1UlttI1 ttULit tuurters teIfl in II the thlfJllrl tit lurl < for fo K If ev evemni V Vcial
L1HUT IlW A J JSecond Qnmm QnmmSecond tUiftSecond
Second Lieut Allen Alel J Greet OIOI Fourth FonrtlInfantry FOItl FourthItifantry
Infantry for ti consnlguous > lcUOII eulaiitry iulhltryln iulhltrylnactlol In Inaction l1 l1action
action actlol July Jul Jul 2 COU8l 1901 near lel Malaga La Laguna Jd JdUlna Litguna
guna piiivlnoo e P 1 I L J in 11 It charging cmrlllg ulono ulonoan
JIovhl
an 1 Insurgent outpost oUtJOlt with hi hii his pistol pistolkilling l pistolkilling > l t l lkilng
killing kilng one wounding Ioum In two and nlltcultU nlltcultUIng cnptur cnpturIng capturlog
Ing three hlsulgolts Insurgents with wih rlllos ant antequipment nnt and andequipment
equipment equipmentPRIVATE cqulpmentlflYNr equipmentPfl1VArI
PRIVATE lflYNr J C WRTHEIUIV WRTHEIUIVPrivate ssirimttiiYPrivate EJ In V
Private Prllte John Johl C Wcthfirby Wcll a1 company companyL eOlpnny eOlpnnyI
L I Fourth Infantry died dlol November NQyelnler 29 2 2ll18U
1899 18 18U of wounds received 1 cEIed November Novemhlrt8 Sit 2 21s9t
1899 t8 I far moHt tOHt distinguished ItRIJg116ed gallantry gallantryIn
In action while whie hIiie carrying entln Important 11lJrtant VIIIIIortuhttdots or orders ¬
dots 11011 on the battlefield Imttonllt he h lt was desper desperately dcsCInol deeteratoiy ¬
ately nol wounded woumld and being unable unble to towalk towalt tosalk
walk walt erect lcQI crawled clwled tar enough to de deliver tleIvl duliver
liver his oriUrs this thtI near nIur Imus Luzon LuzonP
Ivl ortols
P 1 L I November 20 1SJ9 1SJ9SEKGT 1S IS9S1ItGT 9 9SEIlGT
SEKGT II 1 F HClHOI3Dl3n HClHOI3Dl3nBorgoant HCJ HWIltOiD1flIlorgeatit lO Dm DmSor
Borgoant Sor cnlt Henry Hen F Scjiroeder S jiroedeu n oeel com compnny company COlflpany
pany L I Sixteenth Slcttenth Infantry InCan r for most mostdistinguished Ilost IlostIlstnlul tibetdistinguished
distinguished Ilstnlul hl 1 gallantry cnjlntry In notion Relon In de defcatlng IIQtlllnl lieeating >
eating tlllnl with wih 22 men len m InsurgcntH InsurgcntHkilling 1t IneurgentHkilling urgenll urgenll1111g
90 this at atCarig UtCetIg
killing 1111g 30 G und tl1 wounding 0 It ItColll
Carig Colll P 1 L 1 Sept 14 11PI1IVATIl WO WOPIUVATH IO O OPHVAT11
PIUVATH PHVAT11 L X OEDKON OEDKONPrivate OmON OmONPrlnll OEDlONPrivate
Private Prlnll Louts X Qedpon company companya
0 Nineteenth Nneteenth Infantry Iltnnly far I most 10st dls dlstlngulshed IIstngullllf1 distiiigtilsih
tlngulshed tngullllf1 gallantry gullntr In action 11lun single singlehanded HinglehAnted singlelimn1ed
handed hAnted and al1 alonp he defended doCAntel1 his hil mor mortally 11 niuratiii3P
tally wounded wounIe1 nptnlu alltlil from coin nn In over overwhelming oerwhelmlll overwleiming ¬
whelming whelmlll force of the th enemy anmy near nearMount nearIount neariount
Iount Amla Cebu P I IPIUVATH IPJ 1ifl1VAF1
PIUVATH PJ rq C If PlEtlCH PlEtlCHPrivate rp PlflCtPrtvte nm nmPrlnte
Private hones It H PIre l1rcI company cOnpnny cOnpnnyI companyI
I Twentysecond fltt eOII Infantry for or most mostdistinguished I1Ht I1HtIlsUnulshed mOHtdistinguished
distinguished IlsUnulshed gallantry InllantlY 1 ln action acton In 16h Inholding fl flholtIItmg
holding h ul hI a I bridge h from fromto 1 fliiipij I tvr r tal taltghtHi fiC fiCapd n noITd
apd 11gijipi V VW tho ii
W oITd l tghtHi d unmih unt1i1h7tndiu mull ti1VcaiiRiitY ti1VcaiiRiitYto 0 CIII I Ito
to orbss IrOS8 cross this near San Bal Isldro IsHlO Luzon LuzonP
P 1 L I Oct 18 9 1SOD 1SODSRHOT 1899SJnGTC 1S9flJGT
SRHOT SJnGTC C W V hAY ItAYSergeant IA hAYEergeaiit y ySergeont
Sergeant Churles ChallesW W Hay HI ha companyI company
I T entysieond Infantry for or most moitdistinguished 10 mostdistinguished t tdlstMulshed
distinguished dlstMulshed gallantry uolontr In 11 action netIOIInp netIOIInphiring cap capturing tapturing ¬
turing a bridge hllllo whit wih the detachment Ietnchlent he hecommanded he1011al1clI 1wcoinnianded
commanded 1011al1clI holding It I against a cu cupertor u uPCIII utettt
pertor PCIII force of the enemy 111 thereby thlrb en enabling enablng enablitig ¬
abling ablng an 111 army ml to come up II und cross crossthis rros crosithis
1 this 1899 near San Isldto I lto Luzon IUZIU P 1 1 I Oct
MISS STONESRAIISOM STONES RANSOM PAID
Constantinople Fob 14 1 41B 4l p m mThft mTM mThe
The ransom IISOI of Miss mien M Stone Ston and andher unl unlher niI niIher
her companion Mme Tsllka Talkn has been
paid The limit lmit of time lmo allowed alowed for or thc tharelease thcIoouse tImrelease
release of the cnptlveg cnptIel has hL1 not tt yet et ox expired oxIJlt oxired ¬
pired IJlt ired but their delivery delel to tho Amen American Amencon merl merlcon ¬
con agents ulunt Is expected hourly
SHOT IN I A KENTUCKY AFFRAY
Mlddlesboro icy I Y Feb 14 HQulet HQulethns Qulet Qulethas
has been restored In tho neighborhood neighborhoodof lelghborhood lelghborhoodot
of Lee tee Turner1 TIInel Quartorhquso Qanrtorhcus three threeand Ihlee Ihleeanll threeant
and ant n half tlC miles mies from rota this city 111t whore whorethe whercthe whorethe
the fight fi ht occurred occlrell Wednesday dlIII1Y between betweentho
officers and Turners Turnersmountaineers Turnersmnotiutalneers
the Mlddlosboro Mt1closIO ulll urlcrs urlcrsUountnlneerl
mountaineers mountaineersAccording Uountnlneerl V VAccorhing I IAC111ng
According AC111ng to the latest icpoits the thelist tht timelist I
list of the dead dlol comprises Charts s Cecil Cecildeputy Cecl CecilieltUt
deputy IBt Iuty sheriff sbcrlf Frank l Johnson Mike Mikeelch 1lkl ttikeelch
Welch elch Jeff Tet Fender and Ind Perry Watson Watsonof
of Turners TUrnrs forces forcesThe foreel foreosTue
The wounded
olnlll are V
I
John Johl Doyle deputy sheriff shollf probably probablyfatal IlrobnblMnl irobablfatal
fatal fatalLeon MnlIon V
Leon A Hopper nop itopprJohn HopperJohn r rJohn
John Johnson JUhlOI mountlneor mountlneorTom Ooulltlner OoulltlnerTom
Ing Tom Tom Ilussell Iuel a Turner man 1111 Is I miss missIng mis misslag
IngNo No attempt ottem t has been made to capture captureLet cnpluroLe
Let Le Turner 1uror He Is at Hanoraft HnnQrrTenn HnnQrrTennrurrollnlcd Team Tennxurromulcd TeamurroUlded
xurromulcd rurrollnlcd by b hiM frlondv nnd nt It Is he believed helove1 hehieved ¬
lieved love1 that a demand dpl1111 for Ills surrender surrenderwould lIulleniterwould surrenderwould
would result re ult in another nnolheldesl desperate > emto bat battle battt battie ¬
tie tt The ThOll posae e which mado ltd the attack attackon Itaek Itaekal
on al the Qutirterhouse1 QulterhoUlo Wednesday Wednesdayevening WellneltlayC Wednesdayosenitmg1mns
evening C osenitmg1mns fnlnl has disbanded dl8lantct
L ii B ADAM OF OODEN HURT HURTMiiM HURTWel
MiiM > mw MM Bm BmWellKnown
I
WellKnown Wel Well Known Business Busin Man Has a FoohBadly Fot Foot Badly Crushed by S P PFreight pFreight PFreight
Freight Train Tr TrainClever inClev Clever r Capture of Burglar BurglarDisorderly BurglarDis urg1arDisdrd >
Disorderly Dis Disdrd ely rly Soldiers Arrested Arreted
I
Special to th NjjxVs NjjxVsOgdsn N NOItn V
Ogden OItn Feb li 17 IVI7 U j Adams Aenls of tho thoAdams thoAilnlls theAdams
Adams Ailnlls fanning qnnnlngtntot factory of this tlls city clY Is Isconllned IsconOne isconfined
confined at his hI hOl18 homo with wHI a terribly terriblymangled t terriblymangled rrlblY rrlblYICUIRled
mangled ICUIRled fool the resultof result ot having hallg It Itcaught Iteallcht itcaught
caught between b tcen two Southern SOUllrn Pacific Pacificfivlght InlJo InlJotnlght Pacificnlght
fivlght cars CON this Ills morning1 mornlnt V Ho le has But suffered Butterd auffeted ¬
feted terd Intensely from tout tho titojn1ty jnfury Int and It ItIs I Itis
Is not unlikely UllkelY that he wlIIVo will V have to tohave tohavo tolone
have tho foot amputated amputatedHe
He was WII on his way w to I the factory factoryand tnctoryanli factoryand
and was in a n great hurry hlrr asu 1 As t company companyof compnnot
of gentlemen were wor at the factory Clctry wait waitIng wallIng ia1ting
Ing for him hll Hut lut on reaching rnchlng Lin Lincoln Lincoln LiecoIn ¬
coln avenue he found the street block blockaded blockadlt blockndt1 ¬
aded with a string of freight ears He Hestates Ju JuIt liestates
wih t 12 minutes minuteswhile minuteswhile
states tcS that ho waited for V mlnutel mlnutelwhll
It while the cars were WCf ct being bellI jostled josted back backand b backand k kand
and whll forth clrs but they finally nal stopped and andhe Ind Indhe andho
he thought rorh he could coull cross CrH between btween them themwithout thcm1thout thietuwithout
without tlought getting caught V V He declares declaresthat leclarl leclarlthnt declaresthat
that ho gting was unwise In II attempting nlemptlng It Itbut Itbut itbut
but he knew the gentlemen were there therewaiting therewaiing therowaiting
waiting waiing hI for him so lie took the risk riskmuch rl riskmoiu k kmurh
much to his sorrow sorrowWhen lorroW lorroWWhen sorrowWhen
When he won about half hl1l way across acrossthe ncrols ncrolsthc nerosstime
the train started with wih a I lurch and the theunfortunate thl thlUltortunfte theunfortunate
unfortunate man caught his hil foot be between between between ¬
Ultortunfte Iln
tween the bumpers mangling mnnlng that mem memIcr member Ineinter
Icr ber In a most frlnhtful trlahtul manner He Hewas nowas liewas
was picked plckltl C up by b members nwmhrsot of tho train traincrow trainerol traincrow
crow and was later conveyed to hi hihome hihome hiimonme
home erol where whele Im was given medical rrdlcnl at attention nttcnton attcntiofl ¬
tention The pnln he experienced fperlencle toi toigether to together togethior
gether tcnton with the great loss of blood bloodgreatly 110O 110Ogreatly bloodgreatlY
greatly wih reduced his fltrcngth Itrngth but ho howas howaa liewas
was given the most careful attention attentionby otentlon otentlonby
by IJrf ren Perkins Perkns and Carnahon carn1 Mr
Adams Alnml Is II to years ens of age 10 which oper operutM olerntt operatsa
utM ntt agnlnst Iplnltnl lilm at this time It I Is Isoul II
oul linputntcd linputntcdATTEMPTS hnutntct lmnputatedATTIMPTS 111110 ul to prObable pral1Il0 tho foot will wlh wiliVhiaye have o to be belinputntcd le lehnutntct belmnputated
ATTEMPTS ATEMlTS TO HOB SALOON SALOONDick SAION SAIONDlcl 3ALOONDick
Dick Lyon 101 was arrested at t 215 16 this thismorning thll hitsmorning
morning moring dn In the ito Favorite aorle saloon on onWashington onWashington onWit5hiimigto
Washington avenue IVenle by Dave Dto Farley Farleythe Foriethe Farleytue
the proprietor 11oprMo of the til saloon Mr Far Farley InrIe Farby ¬
ley Ie closed cOM Ills hil resort at nbout SNoclock SNoclocknnd 2oclock
anti 01 stepped to tim tIl rear for to or something 10methl11
While there lie heard herl n man approach approaching nJplurh nJplurhInl ¬
ing Inl In so 10 he stepped Itlpped back out Ut or sight sightThe Ilght IlghthQ sIghtrIte
The hQ man continued fontnued to como on and nndwhen nnllwhen andslmen
when he 111 reached rtlchcr the saloon loon ho de deliberately deliberately ¬
te teIberteh
liberately Iberteh opened the window wlneo and en entered entored entered ¬
tered After gaining Inlnl the Inside he hetalked heIalkell heVnlke4
talked ttraluht trnluht to the money m ney till ti anti nndwas Inll antias
was 1 as in tho net uc of robbing Iobblnt It when whenMr vhenMr hen henMr
Mr Farley Farle stepped stlPll1 from his hiding hidingplace halng halngpilce iduingplace
place pilce and nmllevlle leveled his hil gun on the would wouldbe wouldle
be le thief thllt The latter latlr attempted ntemvtec to get getnway getAway getaway
Away but hr h wns l told In firm nn tones tonesthat tOies tOiesthllt tonesthat
that If h i < iinili 11 > Another 1 move his life lifewould le lewould lifewould
would pay In the forfeit torfeI So ho III o permitted permltl
Mr Parley larl to take takl hold hfhlni bf lila and nndshove Rne andshove
shove him out to the sidewalk when
lIe began struggling ItragGlng to get away oway At Atthis Atthis Attide
this juncture a policeman polceman appeared apPfllred on onthis onthe ontub
this scene scen and anll the thl two men dragged draggedthe dracgl
the culprit culpri to the city jail jailLyon Jnl jailLyon
Lyon has been under the suspicion of ofthe atthe ofthe
the ofllcers olcers here for or several dayi lla and andthey andtlc andthey
they tlc think that Irrthlm 1111 they the have lnvo run rundown rundown rundown
down a dangerous dangerus rrlmlnl rrlmlnlSOIDERS criminal criminalAHB niminaiSOLDIERS
SOIDERS SOLDIERS AHB AUF AR AHRESTEU AHRESTEUThis AIRESTEt
I C This Thil morning moring Irving Tnln Couch Taylor TaylorBtldlmin TaylorIldhom TaylorStidham
Btldlmin John Couch and Ine James John Johnton Johnon JohnIon
ton on tour soldiers Ider on 01 their tei way to the te
coast CIJu l worn taken In by chlsf lrown lrowt
Ing and Detective Dliteclvo Ponder lcldcr on 01 the charge chargeof
of disturbing dl turblng tho peace MiCO and n demeaning dctolllg
tliomsclvcfe thelscld In II disgraceful clgmcotul i fushlon tn hon On Onarriving Oi OttV Ottarttuing
V arriving nrlllng here hert they tile left leC their train and andaimted nll nlltlltl1 atidttired
aimted tlltl1 up town In best UO t of a resort rBort oJ
Illfame IHnl1e Thry made Ilt their bglstcrouo lIotstcrouIlrulkll
drunken Ilrulkll may ay 1 to tl tho homo of J P 1 I
llyan lYOI und anl knocked kllMkllla nt t tho door When
Mrs liyan 1on appeared 111111CIO1 they crowded crold1 their
way WiY past her nod 111 began h81111 tinging and
dandni IRldn and nd Indulging hlduIIC In II ob obscene lngillg c ni > Inn Inngua Inllua innguano nlt
gua guano ua e Mr Ityan H RI was thoroughly
frightened trhhtenetlcllegnllcrRIIIK anti began flcrenmlna for her
husband hUllll Tho latter later rushed Into Ilto that
loom and taking tailng In 11 tho situation Iituaton rang
Cot the thl police The rhl ofllcerg ofcel won on put
in I on appearance 11nral O und hustled hUlt 11 tho of ofto
fndelH to toThe tlIROI ptlsoii ptlsoii1l
The 1l train tln bins hal gone ono on 01 and 111 loft the
men IIl time who ho of course will 1 b bl be held here
for trial 1lal They seem Wlto to have 110 been hlolnew new ¬
ly I emitted Illatltl men 10n and In1 wore on their thQ way wn
to BHII SII Francisco Jrncl co to report rlJort for to or I duty dutyANOTHER dUt dutyANOTHER
ANOTHER POLICE POLICEMtTTlNO POLCE POLCEMEETINO POIEMEETING
MEETING TODAY TODAYShortly TODAY8hOII TODAYShortly
Shortly 8hOII nfi fter after r noon 000mmioday lodny Mr Law Laweon In Inlon LIuwsoil
eon lon of the Ucpublleau 11pu1JI11 oiLs clt committee committeeculled co coitttltteovailed 1 11 I I Icalel
culled calel upon UPOI Chief Hilton Ilon ami IIU tirituiKod tirituiKodwith urrl urrtigedvitht ed edwih
with wih him 1111 for fti t a meeting Incltng to tnlce tim be place placent III Ace Acent
nt 4 oclock or 4JO 43 this afternoon atlenoon In Inthe Inlhe Inthis
the chl chlet f private olllce olllceThe nihleeThe
lrhot olce olceThe
The meeting 1etl Is undoubtedly llloubtollly fur tho thopurpose theItuirloso
purpose 11100 of making maltng nnother effort onOlt to tontralghten toItrlht toHtritighttn
ntralghten Itrlht out time police Iulea muddle luldhJ but buiJUKI butJttst Ut Utjut
jut what lltt thl the committee conunltol will wi nxk 11k of the thechief thohlet timeehiiet
chief or Just what It I expects oXjQts to ftc ftccompllsh tc tcOnpIRh itS itStomplieti
compllsh OnpIRh at the meeting Inotlng could oulllot not be belearned beIarnell belea
learned learnedORGANIZING IarnellOROANIZINO lea rued ruedORCANIZINO
e
ORGANIZING NEW NEWCAVALRY NEWCA NEWCAVALRY
CAVALRY CA V ALRY TROOP TROOPA
A troop loop First Firt Firstcavniry cavalry cIolIY 1L N 0 0lll albo Uultl
ultl lll lbo be mustered lu tltll In It next 10Xt Tuesday lUOtloy oven ovenini ounlut ovenlng
ini lut at the state armory IrIIOI on Market Marketbtioct Mnhet MnhetIct MarkethttOet
btioct Ict and such care 0110 has hnf been taken In Intotting InI it itrotting
I totting tottng this command COl1a11 on 01 Its feet that thatit thntI lintIt
it I Is believed beleell It Will 1 suecesufully aUecelCully avoid avoidthe loltl loltlthe avoidtime
the rocks roclH and aiR ohoals on 01 which Troop TroopC 110011 110011C 1loo1C
C foundered Among the principal principalprojectors prlntIJul prlntIJulI prtneipuiprojectors
I projectors PlOJlltors of the lie new cavalry olvllhy com comiiiniul com1lld cointuuid
iiiniul 1lld has been ben Cnpt Ctllt G F I Bummers Bummersui SUIIerl
ui IL the First IIt Infantry Ilrnntry who saw il service serviceduring aOlllcollni servicedttmtnj
during llni the t Spanish Rplnlsh war with wih the Sec Second Seeend ¬
end 011 Georgia oolln Infantry Forty Fort riders ridershave rltlurllhac ridershave
have signified Illnlted their Intention Intonton oC heroin becoming bQcomIng heroinItg ¬
ing charter hurts members memhelI and u meeting meetingfor mcotlJ
for organization Oullton would have been called calledfor cnlclt cnlcltfor calledor
for or before betoll only olly that tho men worewnlt worewnlting wOIownltIIg svcme Walt Waltlug
lug IIg for the moribund 1lllbul1 Troop flool C to die diennd cle clennd dietimid
nnd get out of the way 1 It la II under understood untlelstood tnmdeustool ¬
stood Iet that Call silt Summers HUlmerll will wi bo bochosen bucl bechosen
chosen cl encfltaln captain of or the new troop toot when whanhe whenle
he Will wi hung hllgl his white whie stripes to 0 0low yel yellow ci cilow ¬
low The captain Is t not lut only onl a 1 popu popular 101 101Ilroll popularoilleer ¬
lar Ilroll laroilleer olllcer r but Iut a u very el capable one 010 and andhas nl11 andhas
Col Parks Parkstight Parksulglt
has ha for dome time tme been Parkl
tight lght hand man manMAY mnnMAY incaV
V 4 4MAY
MAY 00 TO PORTO PORTORICO PORTORICO PORTOV
V RICO OR O MINNESOTA MINNESOTAIt 11NNESOT A AI
It I U now IOW reported Iportoll at u t Fort l ort Douglas Douglasthat Douglasthnt ItoughasVtblat
that the Twelfth olrh battery biltery light lght artillery artilleryIs
Is dsgtlncMlTor ce dstini1 tn lor br Porto lurto lUco Hro rind the bat batterymen battotmen hatterlmett
of sun sunning sunnitmg ¬
terymen totmen are ar already dreaming erenmlnK
ning 1111 themselves thelel0 most ost of the day da under under1bttunnu undod undodb underb
bttunnu b lna tnmua and 01 cocoanut ooAlut o unnuttrees trees eating eatllg eaitngfru tho thotgm tl
tru fruftV tgm tgmof ftV l tir tirof i lt 1 t K i t l lor
of nay nn rrtbfo rrtbfoHours I in i re un and V In iiihlomtrs I Ia Iao
Hours o rs Away AwayTho Awa Awarhe AwayV
V Tho oilicnrs ofCIS however regard the thomatter thuIl1ltlir thematter
matter Il1ltlir III A different llirelelt light lGht They have havefamilies hnotumlo havefamilIes
families tumlo and old are 1e allowed n1owelt but a modi modicum 1011 mimodicum
cum cumoC of transpoitatlon tllnspoltaUol expenses Oxpollsla The Therailway Thernla Therailway
railway rnla fare t ate le to Savamflih SnamTlh or Tampa Xal1 Is Isno II
with vlti half dozen dozenpeople dozenItcOitho
no small smul chore chOle and nn wlh a dOZOI
people 100111 In one family fllnl > tho cost cOll at trans transportation 1118 1118Jrtnlll teensltOrtatlit ¬
portation Jrtnlll to Porto Pur to Hlro Hto is rnliulnted rllluintetl to toconsume toOplIUmt tocpnsurjte
consume OplIUmt an at filers fPIN salary fI r for or nn en entire Qntlta entire ¬
tire year oal here Is also u rumor that thatthe thatUe thatIme
the Ime battery ltpr may mn go to Minnesota MnMlota and andthe andth atititIme
the Ue th olIlcitiH OmC l1 are hoping that If there Is Isto isto
to be uny move 100 It will 11 be to Minnesota Minnesotarather MlnnesotrO Minnesotacattier
rather rO ther than to Porto Illco or tho south southpole southpole southpole
pole At the th same time tme It Is also al o re reported reported reported ¬
ported thai thlT contracts are being let for forhorses tOIhrses forhOrse8
hrses horses for tho ho Twelfth Twelh battery bRterr and If Ifthat Itthot ifthat
that Is done tho command will 11 have to toremain toremain toremain
remain at this station staton In the mean meantime mtlltlle meantittie ¬
time tlle the men len are wondering whtte whtteare whte whteIle
are Ile we le at atSALT 7 7SALT V
IV IVSALT
SALT LAKER LAKER ON ONBIO ONBIO ONV
V BIO WYOMING GUSHER GUSHERF
F A Virtue Vlrtle irtmm irtmmVVTOtUTflO4 VVTOtUTflO4 returned retul1 this morning morningfrom 10rnll momntmigcoal
from coal Fossil FORSI Wyo where he Is Inter Interested IntcreAtel interested ¬
ested eAtel In II the oil 01 properties Jlropelte of the tlo Utah UtahWyoming Ltah LtaholtOg tjtumiiOumflg
Wyoming oltOg Oumflg Oil l Fuel l u81 company Mr MrVirtue MrVlrtuo MrVirtue
Virtue 18 naturally ntuml In a complacent complacentnood comIBCnt comIBCntlooel coniplacetitimtoott
nood looel those tho e days dn I and III legftrfli ela B the th world worldnt Iorld Iorldnt
nt large larlo with supreme suprlme satisfaction 111facton for forflu torJl forhits
flu Jl noil 01 Is II a guiher IUl11r a pouter and nndins nlll nlll1s andhats
1s hats ins been actively In II the tht buslnou blslnOI dc dctaring lip deviarIg
taring Itself solt In the tlO mOt unmistakable unmistakableway unml tkable
way 11 since Wednesday WodnedR morrlng 1orllug last lastThe 108t 108tJhe 11strite
The weli Wl wns ns stnrtel Htlrtel 30 3 days ago agoand agonnll agonimel
and Is now nol down 400 40 fwt fPt set having hnlnl been beensunk l1 beensutttk
sunk CO feet In the 18 I hours previous previouso
to o going Into time spouting 8lUutn business businessJiKMonly busln81 businessSiidiemiiy 1
JiKMonly M 01 th h drillers trler were re preoar preoarng irenating rllll I IIlg
Ilg ing ng to sink the casing tulnl for or the last In t 90 90act O 60foot I IQt
foot act Qt there was a ruuune 1111111 inmnuiltroar u III uoar
oar I ar and n11lIsh rush a swish sllsh a tiwnuli 1nsl and ali a aerrlflc atarlle aterrific
terrific tarlle hissing hlslnl as a mass mnls of water ftlr oil oiland oi oiland
and gas rushed out of the hole anti nndhot nn1shot antishot
shot gs 23 2 feet above Ibove the derrick d rrlc This Thisiralsoworthy ThisraI8olcrth TItlebtruisowcrtltY
iralsoworthy raI8olcrth performance portorlunco has been beenept beIn beInkellt beenkept
kept ept up 111 ever since hiice and ont has not been beencontrolled blOI beotuvomitrolled
controlled controlell because lecIURi nt lt the thl critical criIcal mo moment moment incmeat ¬
ment tho machinery broke Iroke down dOln Hut Hutnow nutnl Uutnets
nl now Unit thlt repairs have been made the thenanagement thotnnnolnmenl titetnanngemetmt
nanagement line decided deletl that It the theveil thewel thewell
veil wel clears Itself IselC and yields Jtls luiylng luiylngjuantltles IJ luyingqutttmtitLe ln lnQulnttjs
juantltles of ollrcgulnr ollegulnl pumping opera operalong oQr operatiotits
Qulnttjs long will vlll bo established Mlnlllhpd at lt the well wellDie wellfhe vehlTIme
1
Die lay In of the land will wi be bl ascertained ascertainedhis ascprtalne
his wcpk Wlk The rh mouth of the well ell Is
15 if Inches nci 8 tapering tall rl down dew ll to t nine and andfiveeights anJloel andfiveeIghts
i
fiveeights loel ht Inches Inchtl nt tho Ih bottom Clan Clanwas UII inswas
was t encountered nt JW 2 feet tct In It bluo bluoshale bluhllp bluoshale
shale hllp The oil ot from rrol this niwutlng IOUtlg will willMrVlrtuo 11 ivillMrVlrtue
MrVlrtuo Mr Vlrtuo saynnnalyze saYInnalyze 22 per rent rnt gas gasollne I as asOline
ollne ln 45 per p r cent cOlt lubricating lubrlcllr oil oi 17 I per percent tiercant eI
cent coal ol oil and ani n large lar share of the theremainder therotnolndar theremainder
remainder 01 Is pure paratflne 1nrtle It I J he what whatlo Whll WhllIn whitIa
lo commonly cOlmonly known Imo1n tie I 5 oil oi A mar market mnrket tunehot ¬
ket has been e n found tOln already alreltly for or ti t that thattho tMttho thatthe
tho company can produce IlrOue 1fr Mr Llr Virtue Virtuesoys VirtueSals I WI
soys lns that that i 1811 rt of o the country COUllr wilt wiltshortly wi willshortly
shortly Lhorth witness ln8 n tremendous boom bol ns nstho R astime
tho general output oltPlt promises to become becomeenormous becomeerOrmOU8 becomeeiormous
enormous Ienoral as soon as a spring nan fairly fairlyopened Cnlrl Cnlrloponeit fairlyopened
opened openedYOUNO oponeitlOUO
4 4YOUNG
YOUNG lOUO iiooHHvrir tOOSI I1 AIII Ill UIOIIT UIOIITPresidents mu I iii iiiPrcsIdcnts r rlrcshlcnl
Presidents Son ROi SonOntot Out or If hanger Innler and andImproving ali ali111ro1 amimlltnjmrovintt
Improving nl Knplillr KnplillrQroton nnhlr nnhlrGroton 1ahlIiiIGroton
Groton Mass rnts Feb HYoitng Theo Theodon Theodor Fhieodort
don dor Roosevelt Itoosevcl was wn sleeping altplng peacefully peacefullynt plctullY plctullYnt
nt 830 8 O this morning morning and there were no noindications noIndlcntlons Itoindications
indications that bin hil condition c11llon was not notperfectly nutlorreety notliorteotly
perfectly lorreety satisfactory slsCactorv At 1 n am in the thetemperature thl thltflvratlre thetenmperatttre
temperature rcsplrutlli reAIlrltI1 And pui puiwere t111 PU1swere
were tflvratlre normal From that hour he hI slept sleptcontinuously aleptcontlnuollsly sleptcontinuously
continuously up to this forenoon tore noon No Nochart Nochnrt Nochart
chart of the patients condition cn llon was wastaken wnl wastaken
taken at 8 830 830trl 830Mrmt SO SOMru
Mru trl Roosevelt Is In the best of health healthnnd healh healhnnll healthand
and spirits Hoosool and feels confident conOent that thot her heraons her80n hernons
aons 80n splr1a Improvement will wi be steady steadyMlsa steadyMiss steadyMiss
Miss Alice Alce Roosevelt Is not 101 expected expectedto oxpcted oxpctedto
to reach < lch Groton today tola but buUt It U possible possibleaim psslbll
aim may lay limaynrrle arrive late tonight tonightThe tonl toemightThlecondltion ht htThe
The Thlecondltion condition ndltun of William Wllnin aammel J Jof Jot Jof
of Providence Pr Ylence sh shfa Irs Improvement The Theother Theother fheI
other patient patent young OUlf Potter V of New Newexpected Newexpected Newexpected
I expected
r
V
P0 D lice Officers OfficersWere I ITVere VtV V
V Were Removed Amovedtyais Gemoged7lals
tyais Ta1 i the lie Decision DtcisOl of 0 City Cil Attorney AIowe Nye Given avcl Todayat TodayatInstance TodaallslalC Today at atitisazic
Instance lslalC of 0 Recorder Rccoldll Nysltom Nslom Tlpy Were Completely CompletelyAnd Camplcel CamplcelAud CIIIAnd
And Effectively Decapitated on ll the Evening of 011ih1Qtp Febmaty Febmaty4lhWin FcbrziaqV
V 4lhWin 4111 4 JViGPchahlp TViII 6Piobably V be hi Vo o Contest V V f
Cfly Ciy Altorney A1lorey Nye has hnl rendered an another nnother itoother ¬
other decision dwlHIQI on the status StlltUI of the proceedings pro Iro Irocelngsln lirecedinge ¬
ceedings celngsln In the removal tnonl of Sheets Sllot Jim Jimney JUI Janmisy
ney Jle nnd ailt Drown In which he holds that
hols
hy IJ 1 the tl ticllon Icloll of the council couuol on last IIHt IIHtUIIIIIY
Tuesday UIIIIIY evening tho matter lattll of recon reconsideration Ieconlhh teeonsideraticit ¬
sideration lhh rltuu was ilnally Inll determined nnd atm
hence hencl they twy are 110 removed removedThe Iomocllfl lottoieijrite
The fl opinion Opllioll wnn Wn nt rendoicd relldolcl today tOlln at
the Instance of City CiY Ilecorder Ipcordor Nystrom Nystromwho N ystroun ystrountIio 8Ioln 8Iolnwho
who asked for further
eke tuther Information InCtllllon on
the matter matterIn Inlter InlterIn
In his decision ecl lon oT 011 l 1eb b n 1 Mr Nyo
Illhl hishil tllflj thin owing to to the tlu pondenoy of a
motion 10lon motjor for reconsideration reCCIIlfllllon that tlium
glnfrlnl gemtfletngm mattom tLA WIIO weie clot ot w9Y tlovc1 romoveil > until untl time thoof thl
delermined rnalol reflsllolnUon retoutsIdejatIot was Ilolly ihtaily
111 hII oJnIQI oItlnIon1 of toill tothlb V which huMs
that t1 The ulcerH olileers Welo WCIO removed on Fob FoUM
4 Col follows Ois II itt MI MIi fulkStilt
Stilt i Ilke Lake CI CIty Utah Utoh Feb II loot IfOJLake
M T 111
Lake It J City CityNyBtr Cl City1euir 0 NyBtr N Nystrom ltrom ° m > cIty cl recorder recorer Snit SftltVM
1euir eur r1Uii 11 sir A Aimswotltmg IHwcrlli ilng your Our letter of
VM 1 Febiay i ciiruary lbt1Iry 12 with wih reference loler to tim hi hiBnJ
BnJ stntus ut J10 tho lOM 11oecetllgs iroeeedhttgs < dlngs to t remove rllov tl
Sergeants Jnnney JUlne and Ilrown Browl and am De
teetlvo tleto HheotH from tho pollco pOle ant depart P
inent permit me 10 to say 1111 I
FT BRIDOERRESERVATION BRIDOERRESERVATIONSenator BRIDGER RESERVATION RESERVATIONSenator
Senator Clark of Wyoming Introduces Bill Bi to Allow Alow it i to be beHomesteadedMr1 beHomesteadedMr beHome5tcadcdMr
HomesteadedMr1 Sutherland After Afer Ft Ft Douglas Land LandFor LandFor LandV
V For 0 A A R RProvo Provo Congratulates Mr Rawlins Rawlns V
Special R olnl to the NowsJ Nols Nolsnshlngton News NewsWasliington
Washington D 0 Fob 14The fol following t11110Wlli oh ohbuying ¬
lowing 10Wlli bill LII was Introduced In the sen senate senlte soneta ¬
ate lte by Senator Sentor Clark Wyo 0 Circuit Circuitlug drantIng Grlt Grltlug
lug under UI11tl homestead hOllwsleat entry to pcroons pcroonswho perools peroolswho peruictiswho
who have located loco Iel on ci tho abandoned abandonedFort
Fort Brldger military mltury iwoivculon 11111 < 01 the thelight thellght timeiVigilt
light to purchase one on quarter section sectionfor sectull sectulltOl
for pasture or grazing rnzllg land landV
V By n Senator Sentol Warren nren anon Wyo 0 granting grantllg
UIB right of f way to the thl Laramie Lnramlefor 1lrnmlo Laramie4VM9i
4VM9i V te y for 9r con conleservatlon 191 9fl 9flV
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1st ti t 01
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t I V UI 1lifirfllhl J lbifl1WitlITi3lth9hiOflO h sl n lh httditn V Vleservalkin
leservatlon leservatlonCEMETERY lCSeraUOI leservalkinCEMETIItY V li
CEMETERY FOR 0 A R RCongressman UCOlgressmln ILCongresenmap
Congressman COlgressmln Sutherland In 11 the house househas housel1i9 imousehuts
has l1i9 Introduced ititrod000dftbfli a bill bi granting rntllg twenty
V V Vacres
acres of o land 10111 lying Immediately IUIil el south southof VUthRVof pulhot
of Mount M unt Olivet Olot c cemetery met8ry to d OV X A 11 I ItV V
for V VIJINtTOht
cemolery purposes purposesHKNATOR IIUI08C
HKNATOR S RAWLIN8 IA WIIS CONGRATU CONGRATULATED CONOIATU CONOIATUrATr CONU1tTULATID ¬
LATED LATEDSenator rATr rATrI LATIDSenator
I Senator llawllns Bawlus has hia received reco V a tale talegram talecrlm telegramo
gram crlm from 101 main Mayor Mlyor Taylor Tlylor nnd J1 a Ilhrgo Ilhrgonumbor ftV ftVg largo largonmnlior g V Vimirmlor
nmnlior of t nromlnjnt 11rolll ut cltlz cltlzn citizens ns of ofVProvo ofVProvoeamigratulathig Provo Provocongratulating
rVO rVOlllrnhllat
congratulating lllrnhllat I him hln on behalf behnl of tfrovo tfrovofor Irovofor lroVO lroVOtor
for the bill bi reported favoraWy taort1 for tOI ah ahassay ni altassay
assay olllco olc for Provo Provoter llovo Provotr
10 TMat1 ai aiibDr V
ter t r ibDr or Qtls Otsf Ott1ee 1 Hinghtir Hinghtirvice nlh lt ti W f it t R rr 1 i
vice Ice Sarah R it PulsltoY IUlsrf ljf7uirjJ rl resigned resignedPENSIONS e lgnt i VY r r1ImSlNS V VIJNS1ONS
PENSIONS PENSIONSIncrease 1ImSlNS 1ImSlNSIncleaSe V VIncreAse
Kanosh Increase 12 pension lenslol Richard lclard Hatton HattonKanosh HattonlRllosh flattenKamtosh
NEXT SUFFRAGECONVENTION SUFFRAGE SUffRAGECONVENTION SUFFRAGE0V
V CONVENTION CONVENTIONNew V VNew
New V Orleans 0reans Selected Seleced for Next Net Meeting Meetng PlaceDelegates PlaceDelegatesInformally Plac PJaceDeitesInformally Del te
Informally Informaly Discuss Press Work WorkSuggeston WorkSuggestion Suggestion that Newspapers NewspapersAdopt NewspapersAdopt NewspapersAdopt
Adopt a Womans Column Favorably Received Recived x
Washington Feb 14 1o 24Now New Orleans Orleanshai Ollealls Ollealls1nl
bits b heaut en selected tlt d as tho next meeting meetingrlae meetng meetngrl meetingria
rlae rl of the iiiffrnc lutr convention conventionHifore COIentlon COIentlonnetole conventionlhafome
Hifore the Kutlonal tlonomnn tIonei Woman Suffrage Suffragemot SuftraJe SuftraJe1flltln Suffrageaesorlatlot
aesorlatlot 1flltln mot today tan the delegates delegatesIn lelegates lelegateslnCorlll delegatesgtutiieretlln
gtutiieretlln In mfortna lnCorlll conference oonCerelce for the theI therurpse timeEttrpose
I Ettrpose urposi of discussing Ils press work Mrs MrsPJnorn Mrsl Mrsrinora
rurpse PJnorn l jnor M Dibcock 1Icck presided Ire I 1 > She an announced onIluncod antiutttced ¬
nounced Iluncod that ns ni rtirOient 111relent portions lortons o othe ot otthe ofthe
the United UnlOI States ftRtlII nmled llllelt different rem remedies 101 reititdhes ¬
edies and 1111 ns n the south was a fertile fertilefeld tarllo tarllorlld fertilegeld
geld rlld the hue time would Ioulll be allotted nlloted to toHnrlng tohnrlnr tohuiring
Hnrlng from delegates del toB from the south southcrn outiila
crn la tntex tntexMrs tntel V V1re
11 Mrs Irl 1re Young 10101 of South Carolina said saidwho AotdIho saidcite
who Iho found 10uII ncwspnper work the greatest greatestfactor greatestfMtol greatestfacto
nOIlIRpr
factor fMtol In the dlMomlnatlon ltuomilatol of equal equallights equalrJlhs equaltights
lights Ideas 11Ins As 1 a member of her state statepr stnteIrel stateresa
pr rJlhs Irel resa M UKBoolnllon a lolalon she sht derlnied dtrlnlet she had hadrcvcr haitIClr hadtcver
rcvcr IClr had any ni opposition olPolllon in the asso association 1180 1180Ilalon nesoiathoui ¬
ciation Ilalon on 01 account oceollnl of being heln a woman womaneditor womnl uvotmiaiicditor
editor ldlor except from one man who ho had hadinsisted hld hldnHlltid imadnsisted
insisted nHlltid that It would ruin any 01 press pressmtsoclntlon presmfodulon lirossnuesoctuttion
mtsoclntlon mfodulon to huv 1 women members membersMrs memborsMrs membersMrs
Mrs Funk 1Ulk of Maryland tnr lall said her ex experience exporlence oxherlence ¬
perience had been thAt with wih her nr nrtlelell artotes nrtides
tides properly prepared prelJlre the newspapers newspapersaccepted lIowspaper ttewspalerseecupted
accepted hcepted them themA twln twlnA tiwimA
A suggestion B1Je8t01 from Mrs DeMerrlt DeMerrl of ofMaine of1lne ofMaine
Maine 1lne was WCH favorably tlvornbh received Her HerIdea HerItlM liarideA
Idea was W to t have 110 tho newspapers adopt adoptn
n womans column CIUII newlnperl devoted tovotf to wo woman woomnn welean ¬
man suffrage lutrgo In the main but seasoned seasonedItems IMlned IMlnedIems seasonedItems
Items Iems of Interest InterestMiss InteroMtU InterestMiss
Miss U 8 Mnndo of Maryland rryland ngre ngrewith Alel Alelwih agreed agreedvith
with wih the suggestion IUlolllon of Mrs Mra DeMerrlt DeMerrltwiylng De DeMernitsayhiig lerJt lerJtNllg
wiylng Nllg that u I woman In looking lookln over overn oerpaller
n paper for loclpei 1 llel for or mince pit and andtmlt ane andCroft
Croft I ril cake cku or notnelhlnjr somethiin to beautify lut her hercomplexion hrlcmplxlon itereonmplexlou
complexion lcmplxlon will wi stumble lt across l ro a pnrn pnrncrtiph Ifn IfnNIII Iuiraimpi
crtiph NIII impi about tlOUt woman suffrage Mlrnte If there thereis
is a 1 womans column clumn and Ind that she he will willundoubtedly wi willmintioubtedhy
undoubtedly Ildoubtfly read rell and Me digest Ilelt It ItJlr It ItlItre
Jlr Ir Chesbroufth ChNhrulh Of Buffalo Uurflo pleaded pleadedlor plAde pleadedher
lor clear condensed contlon f nnd IIHI uptodate UIIlodltt ar article al antclea ¬
ticle t cl9 for the press The dlltlculty 111ul that thatthe thatthe thattime
the woman nuffrc Irl orgnnlt orgAnlalon organheatlon ilon en encountered enCOlnte encoiintertI
countered COlnte ah she Mid l was In furntihlng furntihlngIt
It l tho UI newspaper icniethlng Imelhlnt new newshowing newhownl newshowing
showing hownl leW8plJr what whn advance Is being lng made lad8 In Inb Inth Intime
th time b work workWhen workWhon yoikiion
When iion the convention onventon wn was called cl I to toorder toorder toorder
order Clara Clam Bewick Coldy Coll delivered delver nn
address tlllrlsl on Industrial InlluBtrll1 Problems Irolel In Inwhich Inwhlfh inwltlcht
which sho lmo criticised the pending 1 ldlnG legis legislation legll ieglsistlon ¬
lation loton In 11 H Congress providing for or the theabolishment thenbol timeaboilsimmnont
abolishment nbol hmont of Hick leave lelo of govern government gover govecutinelit ¬
ment clerks on th the ground that tlm1 timatuiltui wo women WOtlen ¬
men tlen were constantly cOl13tnnty absenting absentng them themi thel timeimimolves
i elves This rhll she wild sil was a 1 covert covertattack ooertolncl covertattack
attack olncl on womanhood wOllnhood In II time thl Inter Interstate Interlte litterLtato ¬
state lte commerce commerc commission where wlero no nowoman noomen nourotnan
woman are employed emllo II she said 811 tho thopercentage tholcrlentulc thelorcentago
percentage lcrlentulc of absence for or slckners Was Wasgreatest Sa5gretm U Ucrentcst
greatest greatestMrs crentcstt gretm test testMrs
Mrs t Catt said sld in response to theso thesoremarks thesoremurks thesereinuurke
remarks that It was not us Isluch sueV V much a awonder 1 awonmdet
wonder wOllllH that woman Is being closed out outtin outLiii
tin 11 It li tl a wonder onlpr that ever she he was WiS ap appointed appoillte upioitited ¬
pointed poillte at all ni Only the depletion depleton of ofthe otthe oftile
the number of men m 1 during eurlnr the civil civilwar chl civilwoe
war sue Mh said wax responsible for or wo women women welumen ¬
men holding olllcc olco As ts the pressure lre Mre for forpatronage tor11atlonnge Or Ornatmoimage
patronage grows KIOWI stronger she Ihe declared declaredIt dechtl
It I Is but natural latlrl that those who have haveno 110 110no
no votes shall shnl be considered conslderl1 less and andKs nndI andlsa
Ks I I eligible elgible for government goverment positions positionsIt 1I0811ulI
It I behooves us la tie1 said Mrs Catt Cut to tohasten tohnten tohmasterm
hasten the thl day when whpJ woman may ma vote votoin otoI
in I mI order arter that they the may be bt eligible elgible not notonly notoll notonhy
only oll for government positions posltlonl but blt that thatthey thatte thattiiey
they te may In have nn In equal opportunity opportunitynltli oPlortunlty oPlortunltywih
nltli wih men In all ni the Industrial lines lnes of ofwork otwork ofwork
work workSpeaking work8enlllnl workSpeaking
Speaking 8enlllnl In behalf of the committee committeeen cmmittee cmmitteeGI
en GI ii legislation leIRllton dull Latighlln Loughll said lald that thattnclr thattelr thattheir
their duties dutes were somewhat om lbnt restricted restrictedtrom t trlcted trlctedtrom
trom the fact that thlt this Is an offyear offyearn orear
11 n V politics Jltcl but that in eight states statesholding Itnteshohlll statesholding
holding hohlll oltotloriH oltcnH this year the state statesuffrage statettffrsge tnte111e
suffrage 111e associations aswrntlon are making milkinG ef effort crtllrtl oftorts ¬
fort tllrtl to obtain larger rights rightsHuwin rlghtl rightsNusnit
Huwin IUII II I Anthony nnlil 10hl she believed believedin
in carrying the gospel go 1 of woman cut suffrage surCr cutrage ¬
frage Cr rage to every ever convention conenton of men und undwomen undomen andWomen
women that could coult1J be reached rlchlil by neither neitherCathollm neitherathollrM neitherathiullrs
Cathollm Presbyterians 1rI8btlrlnI8 congressmen congressmennor tlgrosslen
nor 1101 others who wlo come 1le to the convention conventionTherefore cOIentOI conventionIiierefore
Therefore fhereCO sIte lie said lid wo 0 must Illt go goto goto goto
to them She pleaded for suffrage slrr u for forthe torthe forthe
the women wonlm of Hawaii HawAI Porto Poro Rico Heo and andthe andthe andlIme
the Philippine 1hlllpllI After ter referring rcterrlnJ to the thoCOO theschol
COO school schol teachers tlchel who had gone to tothe tothe tohis
the his Philippine Ihlpplle Islands she raid raidThink Ild IldThink tsiItiThink lono
Think of them being blng put under the theheel thellel timeheel
heel llel of the thl ImrbnrlAtut ltrbnrlal8 of the Philip Philippines Phip Phiprlne Philiprinee ¬
pines this rlne country and the barbarians bnrbrlons sent from fromthis Cromthis frontthis
LORD PAUNCEFOTES POJITION
London Feb 14 HTle h1flue The imrllamentary imrllamentarysecretary prlnmentary prliamentarysecretary I
secretary for the foreign oillee olc Lord LordCranborno Lotl LotlCrnbort LordCrnnborne
Cranborno Crnbort replying In the houw hou8 of ofcommons otcommons ofcommons
commons today to a I question Quoton of Henry HenryXortnan Henryortnon HenryNorman
Norman ortnon Liberal Liberl on n the subject of oftho ortho ofthe
tho action nton of the British Drilsh ambassador ambassadorat nlbs dor dornt
at Washington Lard Pauncefote Plunedot April prl
14 m 1SO said saidThe snldTho saidTime
1
The meeting which occurred ocurrell April Apri
14 1 189S was WB convened cnvnf by Lord Lrlllaunc Pnunce Pnuncefote Iauneetote
tote as dean of the umba IIlbns utnbaesadors ttador dor nt ntthe ntthe atthe
the verbal suggestion of some of his liUcolleagues hil hiscoIheagus
colleagues cluJulJ lugQelon Whatever opinions oplnlols were wereexpressed wer wereexpressed
expressed by b Lord Lrd Pauncefote IJaun etote during duringthe durinthe duringthe
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a copy of o my lY latter letol of time llth 1th I Instant
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