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President riPJCs d J1 and Ptincc Heniy I1en Being dJ9 Present PrcsclIlJc Ik Tells the theStory IheSJo IicSIar
Story SJo of ollllC the Life Achievements and Tragic sDcaili calll of ofAmericas 01cJlrmricas ofjJncricaS
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i n i i filled with
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c 01 M il v 1 mt in Prince rItiee Henry and andU 0111hll aiiiii
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Ihp th I l1p 111 third I ru tl time me the ti CongrMia of ofre ofItates
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0 ci It to Ih life and the death deathTI
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TI Y an anuVr nnlllr anlttCflhiOfl
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uVr u q h tIh ttttele II tlHl rlOtI tohtheUieaC tohtheUieaCt to the fen fenU feateapper
t U n i n 111 h re rfaNHor mwar mwarh with startling startlingrrhn lltrtlln lltrtllntrlrn
trlrn 1 1111 Ihrell h or nftlie I these llrtul atifutf
0 f ull PSsn > slnfilll the utterlc utter or Wok lackflIIfluIfleaflce II 1 1Ih
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t of II or orhtl
U kk hey ware nil nilM nilZO
M V i 1dfo1 fliI Purity ot lire and nnc1I
I I f U OJ 811un for or the nl nlI
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1 1i 1imortrlt1c mortrlt1c have instincts who whou
u M j ortendtd he mils I Iere
Were M ere of o klnHK kiaii3 indijand R atd ili tn or ° c < JVI8llty they the theI
I ewroujnatureto generous nnture to
whom wronK OP Injuntlcc van lmpoaU lmpoaUblot IInflolllilia I I1e
blot ut f moilemtu fortiltio whose ulun ulunder IIltJtllIer skIitlSr
der inonnn nobody Mull envy OilY They Theyvoro rhIYWIIO ruiyweio
voro iiion of niiHterw vlrtuo of tender tenderheurt tllllllllIwurl teiidrheurt
heurt of eminent tlllln nl nbllllle which thy thyhad thl thlhUllt thivyilI1t
had hUllt devotvd with nlnil tnlnJu to the thegood IheRooII thegooii
good of the republic If ever men menwalkvd 111111wulkud Iiiuiiwaikud
walkvd before loa and man without withoutblamo WllhoUlhlal11o withioniblame
blame U Was thett three rulerrt or mir mirpeqplB llllpeoplrl Jill Jilljiecipie
peqplB The only temptation to nltnek nltnektlirlr nWlekllHilr nttakthcIr
tlirlr lives nff orrloll rod was their gentle rndl rndlnnca InelllillceIo ifliiitlicuto
nnca lillceIo to eyw Y Imtlnif iiutIn the lIiht ll lit that wni wnioffttue wn wntltttllIle wtinftense
offttue enough snougliThe enoughThe noughrhe
The Ritipkl U8elei8ifffs of such an In Infamy Intl1m inamy ¬
famy tl1m amy alTronU the > common sense pn nMe e ui the theworld Ih Ihworld thlpuOVid
world Ono mil Itti conrtlvp how th thdiiulh Ihl1 Ihl1t1 t lis lis1eLth
diiulh t1 Ilh of a illctulor mn nuiy change lhnll the thupolitical lhllIOUtleOI I IJIOIIt1CM
political condition of an emplro how howthft howh howtile
tile h oxtlnetlon of a imriowlnp HUP of ofHlngH oCIllgil f I IiilgA
HlngH mny bring In an alien dynuity dynuityHut
Hut In Illn n i wellordered republic like inirH inirHtho OUIMthe ouriithe
the tiller may mavoll fall but tim state feels feulnno feelsno
no tromor Our beloved elove Iud rovered roveredleudur Ioveret111lwr ruveteiliendr
leudur In gone gOllllill1 Uit the natural prucMu prucMuof irucesof rucHw rucHwot
of our lawn Iav Trovies provlde < lol1 UK u successor gurcitiiAorIdentical SI successoriileiiticttl e Hor HorItlcllllcltI
Identical In purpoio and Ideals nour nourlahed 11011IIshell liotilishicil
lahed by b i the name teaililiiftg Inspired Inspiredby
by h tho oainp principles pledged by bytender hytonelel hi hitender
tender affection tuf t1on n nil wrll 11111111 ns by I high loy loyalty lo lontl byalty
alty ntl to carry cl1lrlo to completion the hnmansc hnmansctaRlc Imln01l11IRAlt iuhlnOllsAtusk
tusk coiiiinutrd to hl his ImmlR and to tosmite tnsmile tusiiiitu
smite with Iron IrOItRPVftlII n sorit vprlty every manl manlfevtatlun mllnlrllBllllol1 ililiflifevttioit
fevtatlun of If tho hldeOUH prime I which whichhu IIhlehhllJ iiieit iiieitii
hu ii I mild n lid pfpdec Ilrllleceslor gfior IIlth t ltlt I tii Mis dying dyingbroalh IhlngJrrnlh I y ing ingbreath
breath forgavp The MIlngl rtyllll of ccleN ccleNflal CC1UHhll cduthu
flal wlmloin have DO data tho words wordsthat wordlhal wordsthiat
that resell tin ovor B00 > yentH out of oftho ottho ofIho
tho dutltest hour of rjlaom the world hai haiover hn haiover
over known are true to 0 tho life today toJn toJnrlley toilayriiey
They know not what they th do Tin Tinblow TIllblo I Iblow
blow blo struck at our durr 1Iur friend 011 011rulor a aruler 1 1rulO i
ruler was nll n III deadly tin blind hate could couldmult coulllIillll COuitiliialce
mult It but > lIt tho blow ulo struck at an anarchy nnUIcll anniehty ¬
archy UIcll wriH deadlier dtlll dtlllIt lIlliIt tlIl tlIlIt
It would bo inwimptuoua for mp iIi In Inthla InUIllI11res itttliI
thla UIllI11res tliI JIre5oi1e irefiemi llCt > to suggest sUG lst tho Ii dctalla of ofnjinwllftl orlulIIllnl ofrutnsdiab
njinwllftl IfKiflintUin for a malady II1nlllllIlalJlCnrtnl KO KOmalignant somalignant i
malignant That t truck may mn gafuly bo boleft 110lott litloft
left to tho Rklll und patience 1111t1 nct of the thenational thpnnllonAI thenational
national Congress which has neer neVcrbeen neerbccn neerbeen
been found foltntlllllIIUnl unequal to any on such emor emorgello emorgeIie nor norgency
gency The country oUIlr b btll belIeos lh ve lell that tho thoinpmory thotnI11I0r tintmemory
memory of three murdered comindes comindesof
of yoursall our olI of whos shio hos voleeH oICI lllt fill Ilhlilhiautii lllthaunt 11 11hl1ullt
haunt thesp wallu williswill will he a BUfllclent BUfllclentliiHplmilon Imtf1cleutIlllIIJlrnlloli sutIeietiiInspiralloit
liiHplmilon to unable you OU to HOlve oven oventhin onnIhll eventhis
thin abstruse uU lruso and painful piOblom piOblomwhich Ill illobleinvhiichi bJoll1 bJoll1which
which hUll dlmmnl so many mllll pages iigs of ofhistory o ohlelOlY ofhiistor
history hiistor with Mod lod anti with tours teitrnThe tcurllThe toursThe
The life of o William IIIIatii MuKJnley lld < lnle was wasfrom wnsfrom wasfrom
from his bIrth to his death typically tyictihiydnieriean
Amorlenn There In no environment I Iphould IhoUll IruitiultI
phould say r nny IIl1ywlwrll vljero elce ee In the world worldwlilch tot old oldwhkh Id IdWililil
wlilch could produce just uch a char charactpr chl1rnrtel charnetol
actpr up wns IIS bunt info that wny wn of ofllfo ofItro nthifn
llfo which elBewheie Is called the th mid middle ¬
dle 1 be class CIU I but liii t which hICh in I ii this country count ry Is Isclasses IR0e isJOi4iaryIuIIibvLS1IlftPtf1
0e JOi4iaryIuIIibvLS1IlftPtf1 ttW 4 IUl11 I h f ilu IoikyOfItli3a IoikyOfItli3aclasses J jHtjtlIlJ
classes nn 11111 almost nost negllclblo quuiitlty quni ttty
Ht > wti ilL8 neither lIllth rrlt rJiMorflor rich Iuir VPTI nolthe noltheiiroud no that thetproud thatprotti
proud nor liumbl hUIIIJIe1 Ru hible j he hi ie knew ktii v no luinee luineehe IIUngerho
he was not sure of eatlffyltiR no lux luxury luxury ltnUry
ury which could enervate mind or ni body 1lod 1lodlUll lodyI
Kin I fill pfirentu wel er sober Qodfcnrlng Qodfcnrlngpeople Oodrrnrlnnpeolll flodfenrlnghleuIid
people Intelligent and upright without wlthoupretension wllhont11Ielonslon withoutill
pretension ill and without humility uuuinhiit Ho Hogrew 110Iflewuu I to togietu
grew Iflewuu uu In the coniuatiy of boyBHUo bOjIlIltehlnl boys boyBHUohlnipclf ill illhimself
himself hlnl elt wholesome vliole ome lionuut E EtItIe EtItIepoctlng elfi elfispectipg lfre lfrenpectlfig
npectlfig They The looked down own on onhobollY onhobollYIhoy hobody hobodythey tiobodythey
they never felt It possible they lhe could caukbe couldhe couldho
be looked looketldown down Upon Their houses hmu were werethe weroIh worethe
the Ih homes ot probloty pIety patriot patriotlulu patriotistil
lulu They lheloilrn I lOLtIi our no 1 In lie admirable admirableschool udmlrnblAschool ailntirabhschool
school readers ttld II Of I f fifty years ago n o the thelessons IhoIsotl thehuesotis
lessons tit heroic and iplendld life lifewhich lICowhich lit litWhlihi
which have come dowji from tho past pastThey InstThe at atFlicy
They The read In their weekly newspapers newspapersthe
the itory of th thll worlds progress In Inwhich hIwhich inwhIch
which they wit > edgor to take part partind IIlltunll
ind of the sins III and an wrongn of civiliza civilization chllIzalinn civllbzaIiii ¬
linn with Ithi which they burned to do tb bat batdo batth batIt
do It H wns as n serious and thoughtful thoughtfullmo IhollhtfullIlIIO
hue Tim IJOJB of thnt day full dimly dimlybut dim dimlybut I Ibill
but dpoply that day of Jr sharp struggle struggleand KlmItnml struggleand
and high hlghl1lhllI1cnl nchlAwmeni wore 110 befnro befnrothem IJefnrothem betrnutliein
them They looked at life with 1111 the thewondering UIIwondllng tit titvontinrIng
wondering yet atll1I01UIfH resolute eyes eljOr of a young youngcsqulro youngcutiire oun ouneRfjuho
csqulro In In his vigIl of artnB They Thc fcli fclia frltn cit cita
a Urn line was colnlnff cotnln when hen to them themshould themhOlllll theniiiciiliti
should lie iidilrefiwil nlll1re 11 the stern admoni admonition nmonllion ¬
lion of tho Apostle Quit uIt you 011 like men menbe Inenhc inetilie
be strong
About Aboittevery every ev r fireside In the land In I1IJ In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the conversation of friends and neigh neighborn neighhorH netghiJors
born and deeper d lper Htlll In the secret of ofmillions otmlllloll11 ofmIllions
millions of human heartu the battle of ofopinion ofOlllllion ofOJltiiOfl
opinion wai as waging nnd nil men felt feltnnd fell1111I1 feltand
and saw snwwlth with morn or less clearness clearnessthat cleBtnesIthllt clearnessthat
that an answer to thu Importunate Importunatequestion Inllortunlltcquestion importunateluestioti
question Shall the tl1 nation live was due duonnd duennd dueand
nnd not to be IJ Oonled And ntl I do not notmean IIOtmlBII
mean that In HIP north alone tliero tlierowas UII1OWl thietesLtN
was thU austere wrestling ro lln with con conpolence COliIIclencE cciitelence
polence In n the south outI as well below all allthe allthe allthe
the cffmcscenco nnd excitement of a apeople IIpeolle aPeoPle
people perhaps more given to eloquent eloquentspeech eloeluentsleech eIoruentsleechi
speech than wo wore there wait till thnprofound thllproCollnd tillProfound
profound agony of question and ans answer IIIISwel ailswer ¬
wer th the summons to decide whether whetherhonor whetherhonor helhlrhonor
honor and IIl1tltreedou freedom Old dl not call thpiu thpiuto
to revolution and war It l II easy 001 for forpartisanship forpurtl8allRhip or orpartisanshIp
partisanship to fay Sll that the ono side tldowas sliloWtllI sidewits
was right und that the other was waswrong vuswrong IUSwrong
wrong It Is still slIlIlnaler easier for or on Indolent Indolentmagmimlty IndolentmajlIllll1l1y indoletitmagiiamhty
magmimlty to say pa that both wore right rUhtIVrhapR rightItrhallflln rightIerhahis
IVrhapR Itrhallflln In the wide view of ethic pthlcsone ethicSone
one In always right to follow his hi con conscience tOnscleRlc iouscience ¬
science though tholl h It lead hint to dlsaiter dlsaiternnd dllllllernllel dIsasterrind
nnd rind denth < lt > itli But history U Inexorable InexorableAt
At 17 years of age 111 William McKInley McKlnleyheard McKInleyheard tcl lnley lnleyhlnrol
heard this summons of his country countryHe COllhll COllhlllie
lie wns wn the sort of youth to whom n nmilitary nmllllnr ftmilitary
military mllllnr life III ordinary or cI I 11It1 times would wouldPOSSOSH woulllpOspelMnO wouldnossossno
POSSOSH no attractions His nature was wasfar IlAfill wanfat
far different from torn that of the ordinary ordinarysoldier ordlnltryflo1cllel ordinarysoldier
soldier Uchud He had other1 tllllt dreams of life lifeIts 1IfeIts lifeIts
Its prizes and pleasures than that of ofmarched ofIl1ntcheft ofiiinrehe
marched nnd battles hut to his mind mindthpro mlnellhlro mIndlure
lure wns wa no cholC > or question The Thebanner TheIJnllller Thelinuituer
banner floating flo tIl 1g In the morning breeze breezewns brleooWM brceowas
was tho lie beckoning gesture of his hiscountry hlAIoulllry hiscouuitry
country ThO thrilling notes of the thetrumpet Ihltrllmplt thetrumpet
trumpet called hlmhlm and none noneother noneothcrInlo noneotherInto
other othcrInlo into the ranks His portrait in inhlR Inhlft Inliii
hlR first uniform U fnmlllar to you 011 all allthe 1111the allthe
the nhnrt stocky figure tho quiet quietthoughtfulface rluletthoulihlfUlttl hoistthoughtftilfftce
thoughtfulface the deep dark eyes eyesIt cyetl eyesIt
It Is the face of II Ind who 110 could c uld not notMay notstay
May 1110 at home when whenho lie thought he was washwdPd WIIII1MCOO wantded
hwdPd Inthe hi th the fteM fll He was of the thestuff theRluftot thesttiiT
stuff Rluftot of Which good goodsoldiets noldlera oldlel arc made madeHad matJrHlld niadehad
Had he been ble 1 ten yenrs e lI older he would wouldhave Voultlhoo wouldhave
have entered cnllrcLlnllhe nt the head of a company companyand rompalland
and come out at tho head of o n division divisionHut tllllslonnut divisionflut
Hut he did what IIP could Ho cnllstwl cnllstwlas eniist il ilan
as a private he learned It rllellto to obey obo HI HIserious Ills 11111lIrlou Illsserious
serious pomlble PCIl lhl Way IB ilys his prompt promptnlert 11romptnllrt promptalert
alert cfllclcncy soon attracted the he at attention uttrillion attontion ¬
trillion of his superiors Ho wa so sofaithful Itafallhrut sofaithful
faithful In little thlne they gave him himmore himmort himmore
more nnd more to do He was untiring untiringin
in camp nnd notion on the march swift cool coolnnd tllolnnl coolnnl
nnl fonrUws u i light He left the nrmy nrmywith nrmywllh armywIth
with field rank when the war nr ended endedbrevptpd llId8l1hrlwplrct endedbreveted
breveted by President Lincoln for gal gallantry gallatitry I Ilonlry ¬
lantry In battle battleWilliam bnllleWllllnm battleilhlanl
William McKlnley one of that nen nenni nennilila en l lhie lhlo
lila million nf mon plndly 111111 laid down downhis downhis IoWnhis
his flwonl and onl Retook etlk himself to his hisbooks hilitOCkR hisLoik
books He quickly made up the time timelost limelosl timelost
lost In soldlorlng Ho attacked n his hisJUickijtone hisfJllcklloM his1dacktone
JUickijtone as he Would oull1 have done n nhostile 1hostllo ahostIle
hostile cntrenchmpnt cntr nchmnt finding the range rangeof rantoot rangeof
of a country I llry Kw w UUft l1 illirity ftitr tuc Lu = rrcvr tl
wont to tho tli Albany law In nthool llool where whenha whereIN
ha worked unerKdlonlly with lirllilmv lirllilmviuoc htllHnntuocHl lirllliantsuoe
iuoc uocHl ii j wan Vt uqinltud tu thy lor ntuwttld ntu RlldleUlll niucisettisd
wttld down to praetlcij a biwvettet biwvettetveteran btevettedt
veteran t of Slln thy quilt town ol olCanton or orCnnlnn ofCoil
Canton Coil thu now and ltti hUb hiuirorucnrd < fcrontnrd forever fornveifamous rorovertamoull foreverfatuous
famous ui th Mine < lIe of hl his lICe and huts hli1lnco hta1Inco hutslIiteo
1lnco of Hcmiltur HcmilturBo seiltuhItirs1o
Bo It came naturally about that III litI7Uthio Ii IiUTCthe
UTCthe 1 7 Iho JoJllnulnl bu liinln of the neoond c cen cenur cciitory n nuiry
tory ur of it the Hepubllc lIeplIlJllohe lie began bjan bj b ball bynil
an election to Congruw 0 II gliI his III polltlim polltlimaroer lIolItiialutroel 1I1 1I1InrOtl
aroer Tlieroafivr for or U yeiim flllll this thlichumber IhlI1ul11I1I thishUflihlCl
chumber wan H bin homo I UM UM the ut wort worttidvUedly wo11I wo11Idvlcdl Woldi1dvisedly
tidvUedly tidvUedlyHe
He wan n Republican 1IelJI > lIcnll Ht 11 could nol nolbe nlllbe notbe
be flnyililiig else el A Union soldier oolilleiuraftod sottlleiIIIIiUed soldiertiuftod
uraftod upon n Clny < 11 Whig Ii hue ntvtu ntvturarlli netlrarllr noeesracily
rarlli rarllr believed In tn the American sys systriu II 55teiii II II1111I
triu In protection tu home honlllIdullltllI luoniinlustriesin InduatritN InduatritNIn
In a Htrunit Httirusulve ILll rollBlvtI nntlonullty In InA litit
A 1 liberal uonstructlcm of thu Oonitltu Oonitltutlon ollitllulion onititUlion <
lion What lHtt any 111 ialtr 1J1tIf1IAtlt 11ant nation nationmight nntlollInlht nationtriiglit
might rightly do lit > alt thin thl nation nationhad IInUolIImd tuntlonlund
had powtr 1111 tu do It required by h 1 tin tincommon thisliflultJfli
common welfare and not prohibited by bycur IJ IJOllt bycult
cur written charter charterFor chattelFoi
For wveral months biforc the Ho lteluhllr1II itsl Hotuhllcnn
tuhllcnn l 1111 Icn national vonvetitinn m lust t In InitOO III1W inftjO
1W itOO it wu evident I tc 1 nil who had hadty hadIYII liedI
ty IYII I YSM H to 0 see thnt Mr MeKliiloy w Wa the thernly lhefill thenuly
fill pcolnible candidate of t bit hii party partyother purlyother pnryother
other iiamw nafll II wert wel inmitlotiud of lIlt ilwlilgheat lIlthlhtll titehi
lilgheat hi rank m ablUty cluiincter and andpopularity ulll110pllllllIIj ituutiioptuiault
popularity hey t w sucue ie nupported by byloworfiil II II10lltlrfui byI
loworfiil I comblnatluns but the nom nomination nomInlltloll nomInatlout ¬
ination nf if MrKliilcy ldlulJ us ngnlnsl 1 thu thuHeld tlu tlufoul
Held was Inevitable InevitableThe
The lh campaign lie inado will wlllbo bo always alwaysineinornble nlllnl8metnorllll alwaysmernoreble
ineinornble III our polltlbal IloltJ lll annals lie lieand IIIallll lienuid
and his friends had thought that the theIfnufl IhelIIUI1 lielrsue
Ifnufl for tho y YIIRI ir was his distinctive dlitlnctlvunnd
nnd hldtodo dlffareiiid between tho hue two twoparties 1110Inltle twolarties
parties on the subject of tho tariff To Tothis T Tthis 11thlll
this wiitrnr wn I of battle lie dlsctisslonx oi oithe otIho oflie
the previous four our years lllllI dlitlnclly dlitlncllypointed 1l1lInollypolnlod distncthypointed
pointed Hut no Hoonor had the two twopurtlm tllOIIIrIlM ttOhInrti
purtlm hInrti made their I ehu noinlmdlons 11001 fliUtoflui than thanIt tutu tutuit
It became evident that the opposing opposingcniidldfttB OII10BIIIHcnnl1ldalll olIPoainMcuudidate
cniidldfttB declined to accept tho Held Heldof tlehlot
of discussion chowm by the Itopubll Itopubllonus
onus and proponed to put foiward as astho nstho asthe
tho main Insue the free lee coinage colnn < of nit sliver sllnl nitvet ¬
vet MuKlnluy at once accepted this tlilnluillHnge Ihllihnll101tt thischallenge
challenge and taking the battle for forpioipctlon rilllirolectlollllil tuProtection
pioipctlon iia already won wont with withenergy wllhCIIIIU vitltnorgy
energy Into the discussion of tho tho thootloH thoItl08 theCites
Cites prow 111111I1111111 > ntvd by lila opponents opponentsMr
Mr Stednmn the hue denn of our poets poetshas pOOlstns poenIms
has called him Augmenter A U KI11 Imte I of the tlieFlittn IheFllllo theFlute
Flittn It in a pioud title if Justly Justlyconferred JUllllycontilrletl jtlslyconferred
conferred It rank him limon the low fowvlioso lowIhOIl1 ow owt
vlioso t names may bo h plnceil dcllnltcly dcllnltclyniui iletiuu Itchy Itchyand
and foifVPr puaver In char chlttllo o of the hlstotlc hlstotlcinufiu hlslollPomUgO hitstauieunuac
inufiu Under his hllllule rule Hawaii has come cometo PoOIl1to
to no and Ita Tutulla Porto ilro nnd hue thovnst Ihunlt huenst
vnst nlt ulfhlpolaRo IIt of the lheeQ cast Cuba Is Isfree tittr isfree
free tr e Out position In the Oarlbbmn Is IsMwured IIlIIulld Is5Uuth
Mwured beyond the poHlblllty of fu future ¬
ture question Th 1hl doctrine called by byI II IItho iithe
I ho name of Monroe HO l6ng l ng derided deridedund derIdedauth
und denied by b alIen publicist ovokea ovokeanow
1101 no ohalletigp or contradiction ronllBII < lIolIWhplI lIolIWhplItttelell when whentttered uhienvteied
tttered to the world It linn become becomean
an International truism Our sister re republics IelJllhUrB icbuibhics ¬
publics to the south of in me con convinced convinced eoninced ¬
vinced that we desire de lle only onl their penN pcacoand penNaIlLlluoRI10rll peaceRuid
and aIlLlluoRI10rll prosperity Europe knows that wo woitherUh 110IIherlsh weuuhierishu
itherUh no dreamx but those of world worldwide worlLlwide worldwide ¬
wide commerce the benefit of which whichMiall whichhhal whIchehail
Miall bo to all nations Tim slate la laaugmented IIIugmllIl1d isntigmenetl
augmented but It threntPiwno no nation nationunder nntlolfIIIldlr tinUon11111ev
under heaven An to tljoso region regionvlilcli Nglonblch rgiouiaviuieht
vlilcli blch have comp COIO1l1ntler under the shadow of ofour ofcult
our 11 Hag the lie pOMlbtllty of their being beingdamaged baing11an1llffJIl beinglanunged
damaged by b noah a change rhItI > of clrouni clrouniglance lIICUlUGtllilCeti ehreouuiuuuulices
glance wait In the lit view of o McKinley MoKlnleyu
Ii thing unthlnkablp To bellow etl Ip that thatvp IIlnlwe lintu
vp u l could not uO administer 1Ilmlnl ter them to their theiradvantage theilndnntnge thoRnthnnage
advantage was to turn Inlldel to our ourAmerican oltrAmerlcnn ourAmerican
American faith of more than a hundred hundredyrnrs hunllretlYIIIII hitundredynars
yrnrs yrnrsllut YIIIIIIlullhe ynarsBut
But Ilullhe the achievements of hue nation In InWnr InOr inunr
Wnr Or and diplomacy ore or thrown In the theBhado tillhltdn theshade
shade by the vast t economtanl cw nOlll1911 develop developnwutajiihirii d developIIJU < olop olopJIu1U
nwutajiihirii JIu1U 11 Lpk1pj4e tpok kI1Jr1ce piae ilwrjnLJfr durln Mr MO MOlarilWaTnilnfitraflonr Alu1rn MeIid
larilWaTnilnfitraflonr 1rn e ij tJ dnuiuuIntrrttI5ii lll 11Ktrli I J Up u Co d the time timeof limeor im imof
of his first election the country was wassuffctlng WII1SU wansulfethiig
suffctlng SU CIIIlI from a long period of depres depression tllpres14lon tiepressIan ¬
sion the reasons of which I will not try tryto tryI
to I seek Hut from the moment mOll1ellllho lie bal ballots hnlIniH bnhhots ¬
lots werpcounted wercoUnlelllhlll that betokened Ll his hisadvent hl hlBllvtnt hisadvent
advent to power a great and inomon inomontouH 1I101llon10UH unomeuitoun
touH movement In advance declared It Itself IIAelt itself ¬
self along all the llncs of industry and andcommerce nllLlcommerco nuidcouiinuereo
commerce commerceAmong commerco4lIIong couiinuereo4tunouug
Among the most agreeable inoldenln inoldenlnof
of the presidents term of oflleo were worotlie werethic
tlie two Journeytt he made to tho thosouth thouth thenouthi
south uth The moral reunion of the sec sectlons sec1I0nllso seetionsso
tlons 1I0nllso so long and BO ardently desired desiredby
11 by him hlmhllll had been Initiated by 11 the theSpanish thefillnnlsh hue hueSunfish
Spanish xvar w whcn hen the veterans of both bothBides bolheliles bothshies
Bides nail their sons had marched marchedshoulder marchedllOullr marchuedshoulder
shoulder to shoulder together undor the themnip tho1411111t hue hue5Jun11
mnip banner The pieeldont 11I ll1llIt In these theseJourncyM thoReJourneys thosejourneys
Journeys sought with morn than usual usualuloquence usulIluloqucl1ce usualohoqtuence
uloquence and pathos to create a senti sentiment MnUment sentinuent ¬
ment which should end forever the mi milent nilIellt uuuulent
lent feud lie was too good II politician politicianto
to expert any results In the way of ofvotofl otyoto ofotcifi
votofl In his hum favor fa VOl and he accomplished accomplishednone
none Hut for all that the good Heed Heedlid sllllLlld seedCIII
lid not fall on barren ground In uu the thetvarm thowarm theuarm
warm and chivalrous ehlvnlroushMItH ItPaVtH of that thatKutierous lhatgllllrollll thatgenerous
Kutierous people the echo of his ror corllal rorIIIBI rordial
llal naIl IInl brotherly words will linger lingerlong lingerlong hungerhung
long and his name will be cherished In Inmany Inmon inman
mon many n household whereifv Whel9 isherQtuveuu lvell n yet tho thoLout IhoIolt hoLost
Lout Cause nose Is worsnlpped 4
Mr Ir MrKlnley leJlnlo wns uelected 1IMI ie eIeCtd clru by b nn nnoverwhelming nnoelwhelmlllg au auoveuwhieimimig
overwhelming majority There had been beenlittle benlittle beenlittle
little doubt of the result among well wellInformed wellInrortnlll wehhimiforineil
Informed people but when It was wasknown waskuiotn InslnowlI
known n profound feeling Ceellll of r relief and nndrenewal nnllreneal andTeuuewah
renewal of trust Weiv 1I1J1Uovldolit evident among amongthe Ilmon Ilmonth amongthin
the th lenders of capital and of Industry Industrynot Indu tr trlot
not only In this country ounlt but every everywhere ovolywherl everytvluere ¬
where They The felt that the Immediate Immediatefuture Immetllatefuture lunniediatofuture
future was secure MP UIO and tint trade and nndcommerce nmlcommerre andconuuuierce
commerce might safely push forward III Inevery IIIeer iiievery
every eer Held of if effort errOIIlIl1d and cnterprUe Ho Hoinspired 110III lieliislireiI
inspired III plre < 1 unlver ul conlldonce eOlUtl which la lathu IIIth Istile
llc61
tile th llfeblood of the commercial cunlnerc 01 system systemof
of the world worldIn 0111
In that mood of high hope of goner genorouti gellorOUII gonerOtis
Otis expectation he went to Buffalo lluffnlonnd Burrnlonnc1 Buffaloand
and there on the threshold of eternity eternityhe elerllllh
he h delivered that memorable speech speechworthy Apeechworlhy speechworthy
worthy for Its loftiness of tone its ItHblameless 1111blnmelMs itsblameless
blameless morality ltd breadth of view viewto Iew Iewto
to bp b < regarded as his ttmtnment to thus thonation Ihonntllln thusnatiotu
nation Through nil his hl pride 111 11 < oC coon country rounlr coontry ¬
try lr nnd Ids Joy jo of UK nunc fIln auncss M runs the thenote lh lhnol huenote
note of solemn warning BN In Kiplings Kiplingsnoble 1 Ipllngnoble I < ldingnnoble
noble hymn test WP forget forKttHe toretHe
He WItS fortunate even in his untime untimely ¬
ly I death for an event BO tragical called calledthe rl1l1ellthe calledthe
the world 0 rill Imperatively to the Imme Immediate Inuneella ¬
diate ella to study of his life and character characterand
and thus anticipated tllhe the BUMS praises of ofposterity otposterll ofposterity
posterllThcre posterityThere posterity posterityThere
There Is not one of us but feels feelsprouder f feelsprouider els elsprolldor
prouder of his natlvo land lalulblcnuM because the theaugust thoaugust hoaugust
august figure of Washington WIHhln lon presided presidedover
over its beginnings he lnnlng8 no one but vou vouIt vows V011IIt
It a tenderer love 101 Ue J IIUIO < nu < o Lincoln LincolnKiiirrd 11 LineounoUt n 00111 00111IJOllrNI
Kiiirrd out his blood for Itrno on one but butmust blltmust butmust
must feel > l ills devotion for or his country countryrenewed countrrtIICWCtl countryuuieed
renewed nnd kindled when he remem remembers tcmemIlttS rcmembern ¬
bern liow McKlnley McR Inlsy loved rovored nhfl nhflfervod nMerlll1t ahtiserVed
serVed erlll1t It slidwod In 111 his 1 llfeHovv a cltl cltlzcn clliztn citiZen
Zen should live ntul in his last hour hourtaught hourtnught hourtaught
taught us how a ogt Ilcmnnrotiltl gentleman > roilld die dieAs dieAI dietii
As soon as all alilhe the visitorson IsJorltoillhe the floor lloorhad loorhad floor1usd
had withdrawn Speaker SJl nltcI Henderson Hendersonrailed IJetlllcnsoncalled llnderzoncalled
called the house to o order and Mrlayne Mrlayneof
of New York moved that fl thu a Bf further furthermark furthernuark rlher rlhermlrk
mark of respccj the houpe hou c adjourn adjournThe IIIIJollrl1The adjournTue
The motion wa carried unanimously unanimouslyand unl1nhnoUAlnnll
and accordingly at 140 I o p m the house housewns houleWIl8 housetaB
taB declared deolIrOtlnljoUrnedunllt adjourned untir tomorrow tomorrowNO to tomorrowNO OrrolV OrrolVNO
NO DISCRIMINATION DISCRIMINATIONAGAINST DISCRIMINATIONAGAINST DCRIMUAT1ONAOAINST
AGAINST AMERICANS AMERICANSMadrid
Madrid Feb 2JThP foreign foretn mlnlg mlnlger mlllllller
ler er tho lie Duke of Almodovnr at the con conerence conterencc conference
erence with the HCnatoru yentcrday ellerla an announced nnnounced anuuouneed ¬
nounced that tho government ROIernm nt wan op oplosed opposed
posed losed to tho hue Insertion of aolause In IIItho IIItho8pttnI8hAmorlcan the thopanl theIpanlahiAiuiericitfl
8pttnI8hAmorlcan panl hAmerlcan treaty prohibiting prohibitingAmericans IJrohlbltlngAmerlcnnstlOl1I prnhibhlngAmericana
Americans AmerlcnnstlOl1I from acquiring land In InSpain InSl1aln InSpaIn
Spain as Spaniards acquired d property propertyand
and mock In tho United States StatesThe SIRlcsThl I3tnteThe
The minister declined to promise to toubmlt tlllIulmiit tosubmIt
submIt a draft of the treaty to parlla parllaTSist pl1rllat paritabefcr
TSist = t before It vta 1 alm
Utah llhOffld1 llhOffld1Retuiii OffiCfas OffiCfasRetur
Retur lfome lfomeDack
M
Back from Colorado Mwrc ThemWent lila Wen I to Investigate InvestigateClaims InvrsllgalcClaIms luvestigaleCIains
Claims us usia to Innocence of KlnjmWho Kind Who Is Condemned CondemnedTo
To Die for Murder MurderMay Mayml at be Guilty
County olnl Attorney A lllIor P P 1 Clitlitinian Clitlitinianand en enalllfhorlrt
and alllfhorlrt tthoHff U9 ai9rfe Uort II Nnylor returniil returniilfrom rrlurl returit1rain l lttOln
from rain theft trip to loaol01l1do Colorado lost nliilt nl nliPoruivimug nliilturilvlnc I IImhllI
urilvlnc In tills thllolty city at exactly UtlO UtlOThey m mrlIlY 1t1rhuey
They lniniudlatly Wont to hut hotri hotriand IIDlnet IIDlnetanll hniiiand
and to Iwd to Dtiik rMt rMtThe ItslJhe itntibis
The visit of thoflfl odlclaU to Denver 1tlisranll 1euuverantI Denverand
and ration City to InvcstlKute tlw nlo nloffiuloim aIJYIUlolllf ch chgittiotnu
ffiuloim made by IJ Jolm Mace In lilo Jil t ffldavlt tt1cJUI1t tflilavit
fldavlt may Inu meun inuoh for ItQhfrt ItQhfrtKing tQIrtJJ tQIrtJJ1lnl1 hturtKing
King uiiil ntH again It Iltllu may lila not JIll At t all allevents nileVlIla Allevents
events It bolts bad for John Stfatifif Stfatififthe Sltllllijr SltllllijrIhe tamitthe
the Colorado < convlot Whil hile tit his hisdrums of offleam artlcul
drums do ho not say III th they y beilove In InKings IiiJings
Kings claims to Innocence > of lie mill1 mill1der nil nifldci II IIdel
del of oIoiiBl Prowue rrol e lh y do 4 Jlrtohiri JlrtohiriIheh ftlechitljhthiehu olnrj olnrjtheir
their belief h lIer that Illnl John titrangti ktiow ktiowmore kllO ktuotYSmonte i iIno
more Ino about n bou I the t lie 10 tragedy 1111i d tll1tl nd tho lie faotH faotHwlilch rnO uuotsthitchu 11 11wldeh
wlilch led up to ll than lie h will admit admitat 11111i t tot
at this > time nail a warrant charging cllnlft ehiar1huimu ns
him with complicity In It u to bo bQstied Is IsBiied I IIIUOO
Biied and Stmn RIInIlgO o will he brought back backto
to thin city ell ellfhl Ottthu
Tho thu InvoHtlgutlon of lie county titter attorney 111101nay titterlilly ¬
nay anti Hhorltf does QI I not luau tCluilJ tCluilJstranllhenthulr to tostrengthen tontfcngthioui
strengthen stranllhenthulr thdlr Wivt In the allldaVIt allldaVItof
of Mac Iuct nor that of AVlttonburKW AVlttonburKWThat a alhllt
That Marc uwortf to the ulleuutlonfl In InIlls hihi itihis
Ills hi Ktutomcnt out iflm of levetige to toStrange toSlrnng tot4trange
Strange Mace admitted to Hherlft Xa Xalor Naher > <
her but aomo of the Htatemtmli HtlltlJl1ItnloIlIl1tll ho homade ti tiuiuade
made were corroborated d by Strange Strangehimself f1t1 Sttttnehimself n 11 11hlll1
himself himselfThat hlll1 himselfThuit elf elfIhul
That HtrmiRo and nn Lynch cue Unqwn Unqwnto
to each other and that they Kertod Kertodtime lIlr1thno norc1tune
time In the Idaho state prlxun has h1lAIW3n h1lAIW3nlslitlllllhM huasbeuitsabuislud bceu bceuostabll
ostabll lslitlllllhM hcO by b Strang Stranges admissions admissionsThat atltnll atlmlssioinrhunt lollll lollllrhlll
That Straiicc was In Ofjdcn lIdn the day 111 uf uftcr IIJ a acc
tcr cc the Sheep Itnnch nOlIl h aiTulr hat hR also nlaoh nl alsobeeii lo lohe
h he beeii en proved by b his admissions and Ito liotraveled 110ttlele1 Itoraveled
traveled with John Macu from Ogden Ogdento
to Ulwyentie and thence to Cripple CrippleCreek CrllnlACrpek CrhiiptnCreek
Creek where both were nnetted It Itwas 1WIIft Ittuus
was lcnrn lellrtUtI d thnt Strange Rttall has u bad badrecord blllicorll buirecord
record corll behind him and IIn that he IB now nowbadly II IIhodly hOwbadly >
badly wnutod wntloolly by Colorado otllecfs otllecfsMace o ofiIceustaie III cOtB cOtBIBfe
Mace also has n bad record and antillerM antillerMIIrnn served servedtlmn servedtiumue
tlmn In Idaho California nml OII1IIololnllo OII1IIololnlloIherltr rolovado rolovadoSheriff olOVaiC1Iiuorif
Sheriff Knylor declaien > that it would wouldnot
not surprise him In the > least leastto
to I Icatn that Mace Htrange > Lynch nnd nndKing nnll1lng anilIcing
King and one other person personwere Ilur8 Ilur8lero lursQnttfie <
were mixed uu In the attempted rob robbe Iobhary uobbevy
be bevy i y and holdup holdupIt
It now uiualim to 0 be wen whether or ornot or1I0t Oritot
not the Ih crime can bo fastened upon uponHtrange uponHUUIIft upon13uatige
Htrange und If King ian secure n now nowtrial nwtrlnl newtrial
trial upon thu ho nllHlavltn In tho po potl b ° get getBlon Y Yslon ell ellIJl0n ° <
Blon of Attorney Atton y Vnnlens and thereby therebyoscapo thprebYOSCIII therebyJ31uthO
oscapo tho death penalty The action actionnf I tloll tlolloC
nf the court yesterday t loroln places haees the ques questlOn qUCIlIliOn quesiOn
liOn of a UPW trial yet In tlio future futureWhen CUIlIIeWhen tunashiett
When hiett lIon een at his olllce this nfurnoQn nfurnoQnShfrlff nfternoQnshm ntteenoqrilrIrf
Shfrlff lrIrf Baylor ayJo WM i viv rcquMlca u by by4ITttVN a a a4NioWR
4NioWR I ielDrtrb ll rt ltb glfo git II Wwl Mtnllltl wllrtl wllrtlcount a ad1 ad1coutut 1W 1Wcount
count of the Iiivexil 1rlIMtII111ollil < atloii8 madr by byhimself hyhltllHllr byhimself
himself ntul the th county attorney attorneywhich nttorneyhlfll attorneysvhihohi
which hlfll ho Old tllllIlhe In the hue following language languageVP latiguagersaehuod
VP f reached Fall Iike last night at atten ntten atten
ten mlnntPH aftpr eleven oclock 00 11 and I Iwent Iweill rwemut
went right to lied Hut to start at the thebeginning thlltlglllnluJt tuebegiiiniuitc
beginning we vt met MBCP In uneou of office otflce offlee ¬
flee the day 111 VVP t airlv arrived d at Denver nnd nndhad 111111had auulhhad
had two houiH talk with him but lJullIlIh lJullIlIhlittle with withlittle ttithulittle
little satisfaction On Sunday WP met methim melhim metluim
him at hue Ht James hotel und ho howanted holIllIlod howanted
wanted to know If Wit w had seen Mr MrKeno MrBoiio Ir IrHCIIO
Keno When we 1 told him him we hail not notho 1101ho notlie
ho refused to paw anything We made madeanother lIIatlftnnother uuiadoanother
another appointment with him but he hedid lieliii
did 111111101 not keep kecplt It We met next morning morningbut
but he ngaln refused to talk unless Cal Calhoim Calhioln al alhOltll
hoim Attornpy A tone Iarwoods partner partnerwns
vas present WP 1 finally talked talk cd with withhim wllhhim withhilnu
him but he did not say Ita very en much than thanwas thauwos tunatYns
was In his hi nfltdavlt Mane told us that thatthree IhatIhreo lintthree
three prisoners at Canyon City CIl Ken Kennedy 1lnnedy lnnedy ¬
nedy Collier and McDonald had heard heardHtrange8 hrnrl1Slranlfes heardiftranges
Htrange8 tUatoment Mace 1100 admitted admittedto
to us II that he had it In for forStrange forRlronge forttmtige
Strange bccaimc tie says Btrnntp Btrnntptipped KlmnlfUppel i4tiangetipped
tipped him off and got him settled nt ntCanon litClnOIl atCanouu
Canon City Mace refused absolutely absolutelyto
to 10141I cay anything n about his past life lifeOn 111Oil hItsOtt
On Tuewluv w 111 went to Canon CanonCity CilnonCIU CationCity
City ami caw 1I1 the prisoners J11 oner Maco spoke spokeabout Alloklbout shiokAbout
about They Thus denied hIs story nt first firstMcDonald flllItMronnhl ilrstMelomuahl
McDonald said It wan a fact that thatStrange tlllttSlrnnlle lintStrnulge
Strange und Lynch had ferved time to together togelher togothic
gothic In Idaho Lynch going under Ihe Ihename Ihennme thisniunie
name of Welsh strange HIIBll e nt first de dented clehld ileIuId ¬
nted that lie knew Lynch but bUlatlcr after see SCPIng seehIlt seehug
hIlt his hi plcjure admitted uLi mil 1111 It ItDid IIDill ItDId
Did Btrange admit to you ou that he hewas h hWRR hewas
was present when Prowgo was eliot ehotasked elloll1l8kell eliotasked
asked tins reported reportedHe
He did not said Sheriff Naylor NaylorHe NalorlOne
lOne He denied all knowledge of It never nevertheless leVIHlhelelM nererthieless ¬
theless I believe ho h knows something somethingnbout Romelhlngnllout nomuethulngabout
about It ItContinuing IIContlllllln ItComitinuing
Continuing he said Strange Slr llga na namilled ullmllted d dnutted
milled lie met Mace In Ouden nt tlv tlvtime tll li litune
time stated by h Mace and traveled with withhim willihim hthu hthuhuim
him from Ogden to Cheyenne and andCripple al1dCrlplllo andCripphe
Cripple Crpcit CI elt One thing thln thnt convinc convinces ¬
es me lint Strange wan mixed up in inthe Inthl Intue
the affair or knows 1m 0 something about H H1s II1s ItIs
1s that the prisoners nt Canon City Cityrny Cityray ly lyrn
ray rn It has been common talk among amongthem nmoultthem amouiithieni
them for some time thnt Strange SlrBn 1 was UR In Init InIt inIt
it They say that whenever the King Kingcnse liflgcane In Incnso
cane was mentioned Strange w was 811 s VPIV VPIVnnxious fI fInnxlous vetyanxious
anxious to 0 get n hold of the Salt Lake Lakecapers lnkltnpcrll Lakoapers
capers Prom the admissions he made mlldeI
I think he should be brought back but butI
I think It would ollld te a hard matter to toconvict toconvlcl toconvict
convict him himSheriff himShcrlft huiiuiSheriff
Sheriff does Strange rtsemblo King King6t
6t nil nilYes nil nilY altYen
Yes Y > s was the reply They Tile look lookenough lookcnoulrh lookcnoughi
enough alike lIko to be twin brothers brothersStrange brolheSlrange brothersStrange
Strange IB tall like King talks like likeKing ilkI1lngAllme hlksRtngsanie
King 1lngAllme same eyes and complexion but buthe lIulhe butlie
he Is not quite so heavy heavyWould hen henWoul1 hensyWould
Would you ou say from your our Invcitl
Italic mt King mny hut b bf 1 Innocent Innocenthere In1l001l1l11Y
Y here 11151 If I II a pOMlblllty VOI lIt but not rtolmy MlII
II I I 11 I my II t l3aonn hiiicit UI tuso p perliutM vel I em liii IllIH h Btrann BtrannIt SlrAII
11111 11 It UotiH net cltot Klnt 1 IIg unioniimfeatmi unluMlrllq union muuuhuiNi1trsui
lrllq iimfeatmi 1 i that h win tin tinmi lhu51ulll hut huttiuilli
51ulll mi and IIn that King wan 88 Intio Intiothink InuolIlit mmmcI
lIlit I Il t think I Ii liuk n 1111 Muu say a I In I tu hi hubs all allml 11Im11lt
11lt 5 it ml there Ih rl Were live > mtn In ll llIB IIIInll ItI
IInll I ad f IB I by b no mean unlikely that thatiiinelf IhntMIIr thatMr
MIIr iiinelf had u hand in It I It Iu
u 1111 > t till nay wfjat we learned would wouldclear woulttIHr
tIHr clear Klny KlnyHlramje 1lulloj1111I1fe ICt ni nifliatuge
Hlramje bo htld At Canon City Cityr Cut CutCli
1111 cu cultl getlie r
lie i < > will b be hold until tomorrow tomorrowp
wlw 1 iit p are to let them know It we wem we111I V Vi
i 111I lItu In HID I parole papers are tints thorct lh81I1OW tintsioiu
I1OW t In hi > does not know It II IIu ICII ItI
I u him I do not think we will willy willIIlVII ulllhiit
hiit IIlVII I y tumble I lOll hits In getting get titug him hlmn Ii I mu an the their lhelive 1 Ii B Bplt
plt live U QI ir HHI Haiti ho would assist us all he heBIT hor01l1 lueriiiul
r01l1 r01l1fill riiiulNh
fill BIT rr Naylor mid the lie day Ihiu tlioy tlioyxl lIlc lIlclIlIl lie lieI
lIlIl I ti xl I Canon eumingi City Cit Deputy Depul Warden Wardenrt WAttienJill rurdcti rurdctiI
Jill I tilr I rt t who C ho was In I a this t city ell ci ty recant rcoontlu
I Iy l I lust lu t retuiiidd after nn oxclt oxcltIHP
n Ii5 J 5151 IHP w for two escaped convlclH convlclHiirt
IUI iirt It t t went after time men with withminds wllhtIU
tIU minds anti caught t thorn just i Lust six sixJiours sixIeit sI X Xteetu
Ieit Jiours IUIIIII after they lhe excapod Tha Thatreed rhoIOU 1101boom
boom IOU I f treed trc c1 the men In a olin ol olCHIUBTBNBKN otro ofrock
ro rock 11
11CIlI1lB1I
CHIUBTBNBKN CIlI1lB1I NSI N TALKS TALKSInty TlRSC
C Inty nly Attorney Clnlitensen gnvo u ujJptH 11Com t tcoutItclfti
Com coutItclfti jJptH pIli stittctnenl IlMe1n 1I1 of ths lh nctlQiif actiqui of oftlie ofthl ofI
tlie I hi Sheriff lllff nlid a liii himself In i ii inveitlmitlmt Invoallnlllllttht
HIP case C Hf and stated that he received tli tlitnos IhI IhI11I0s ii iiIuIseoUrteQUs
tnos IuIseoUrteQUs courtcous treatment from tin Ih oin oinDenver otilcluulgin
cluulgin 1111 In Denver and Ciinon Ulloll City Cit they theyIR theyrn lit litrnd
rn rnd jlnlr IR every elY assistance possible lit litJrtK ittlstlng
lstlng 1 JrtK III up the thu maty mltltIUi
Ui 3jJiii Ln IL their arrival III Denvpr nbout nboutClock abotutit
106 it Clock the th night of the Mill b his sail 11II11the sailtime aldllminedtotely
the llminedtotely went 111t to hue ollle of off orhi atCluij
Cluij hi f of or1ull if Police Loh let I Armilrong to lind out outkind outtllljllI1 oiutthietI
thietI kind nil of people i opk tiny t had to coins Iu Incon Itttori
con fAt Bet It I nth II ii In I mu the investigation Ir I iiuesUgu Ica t1ru 110 Ioui II Tho ThoJmornlng Thuilex
111 ilex Jmornlng mnornung they the went 10 lie ollleo of ofJff of1Ih utl1Qjff
1Ih tllljllI1 l1Qjff Jff IIt Heerle of M1lhOo Anuxthoo county coumi who whoorpd IIhoell whoCtiuhaored
ell Ctiuhaored IWorld orpd to nnd M 11 Msce lIIeo co for them but butisuvceMful butI butuiltfyuuiistlt
I uiltfyuuiistlt UIIAUlct isuvceMful ccssfiui tul in his effort efforti effortsthere
i there they wont I to the ofllce of ofReno QrW oft
W t 11111 31 to Reno special detective for the theado thlOJarJlJ Ihi Ihitc
tc OJarJlJ ado Southern Hallway company companyfae COnipnhiWlitT
1h WlitT r Itn fae them some vory val valunbio vIII cOI11IJnn 1111 II 0 In ¬
to fotiutDun flation 1111011 In regard rrlll to the criminal re rei ice rtufJl icetnq
tnq i of both bOI h Mace mud nn Strnnce lie b bfl bflInlluulllflltlil beIt
fJl It llnitrumcntul lust ruuiieuitah In I ii the conviction of ofIjQHi otjO oflie
jO IjQHi I men for burglnrUlmr
i B0 VI e went to Canon City elt sold 1I1l1 Mr Mrwfntens
wfntens UI l Mtellfn h feeling that we hadnt IuuIrgVti
Bnpugh Vti ujh evidence to hold anyone At Atth AtIII Atthu
th state 8tttI tHIprlltOl1 prison wo 0 interviewed Inl rllled Strnnjra
11 ftl il I Pight llit or ni ten prisoners The result resultu
jR u is s that facts pointed strongly Btronglypvurd IIlronglyUId
pvurd UId BtrniiBeN connection with thus thoilrfr thDI thusj1immt
j1immt ilrfr I I Thin bbs was r irtlrtilarl true as asstipnfipi UIIt1I1t1if tillhituitte5
stipnfipi aetlona upon up n being ques quesnonctl QUISlnrd quiecmQnicii
nonctl ht hutS answers auisuvu to certain lcrtnlneIUOtl quos 11105tions
ilOiU and his refusal rt1fu nl to explain mat matIBIH uuittmoms
moms connected with his actions con convlhoed COlivlheed coutvIheod
vlhoed me that he knew Bomothlng Bomothlngnbout H sonietluitigabout IllOlhlll1lubout
about the cane cnseWhile rnHIIIhlle canehuik
While huik I 111111 am reasonably satisfied that thatStrange
Strange was connected with the Sheep ihieeiiltutiuchm
Itnnch holdup III September 1900 and andthat nndlhnl amidhunt
that hunt there is t sullleient showing to war warrant warlutuut 111 111tlnt ¬
rant an Investigation yet llhIN HUH IH by no nomenaH 110In muomndiunN
menaH In nn to 0 be taken to mean that King
l 11 Innocent There mny turn havo been beenmore hecnmal beenltucre
more than two In that affair ntTt lr und IIII I Ithink IthInk IthInk
think there were and King Is proba probably 111Obnbly muobtlily ¬
bly ono OI of them but It nn Investigation InvestigationInBlrnngps InvellUgnlionInRtrllnj investigationiii
InBlrnngps iii case develops in favor of ofKing ofIluig
King 1111 and he IH ultimately shown to be beInnocent beIllnocenl bnltituocont
Innocent all concerned will bo nulls nullsfled BIIUSfild siuthslieU
fled no on otis wants nn Innocent man manexecuted mllnl1eulell huuiulexecuted
executed The fact that Strange and andKing 111111tIng utmulIing
King look loa considerably like each oilIer otherIs
Is little It any IIn reason for or saying that thatKing lhl1tmng thatiCing
King ID Innocent InnocentA
A matter Which will 11I place a different differentlight dlttlrentIIlht differentlight
light on part of Maces udldavlt Jon ooncernlng Joncerl1l eoncorning
corning cerl1l Htranges clothing Is the lie diM discovery diMco illscovery ¬
co covery very that tho authorities nt tlm tlmColorado tll tlleolotlldo tluolouado
Colorado state prison prl on have hn 8 destroyed destroyedthe tlt1ItIo lIl lIlthe
the clothing he woro when brought to totlmt 10thRt tothat
that Institution It 1s customary to toburnthe 10bllrn toburn
burnthe burn theeothlng lie clothing of convictS when whenbrought whenhiroughut I Ihrouglt
brought to the penitentiary hence henceKings helllmng lueuuesKIngs
Kings attorney will not be able to tomatch 10malch tomniteiu
match the vest which ho claims be belonrol beJonVoI beIontI
lonrol to ii Ptrntige and was an found In InLynohR InLnohR ituf4huchuR
LynohR satchel satchelMr satchelMr
Mr h Chrlstenscn Clum tstnscn stated 101 11 that a com complaint complnlnt conulliuilut ¬
plaint would bu h drawn Immediately Immediatelycharging Imlrwtllatelychnrtlng imtmitthlatelyihuarglmig
charging Strange with being an acces accessory nCC8MHory acceMnary ¬
nary to the murder of Col Prowm nnd nndthat IIndIMt niulthat
that the governor would be nuked to toIssue 10ISllue toIssue
Issue requisition priorsSheriff priors pOIfrRIIllrllt papershueriff
Sheriff Naylor will probably swear to tothe 10Ihe 0 0liii
the complaint and the matter will be bereferred lIer bereferred
r referred to the governor this evening eveningLOOKS celllngJOltS I
LOOKS IAHKlOll UAlm iAiKFOtt pun HT11AXOU HT11AXOUOlalin N1lIASOBOlllIn RT1ttGIClalumu
Olalin There IH inInouijjti 1iioiiKli onh Kvldcuce KvldcucePor = hlcnco hlcncopor
Por Case Against Him HimUSnver 111111l1ver Iliumnrer
USnver l1ver Colo Feb li3ohn 7 John Strong Stronghe SlrIIthe Stringsthe
the convict ut Canon City accused of oflelngtlip efIIl1lng ofhaitig
IIl1lng lelngtlip till murdertr mllrll r of Col o1 Qeorgo Qeorgorouse OoorGolroulc OsorgoIrotmo
lroulc rouse of Salt Lake City It han l IMn n nub nubectcd MU MUjellod subjeoted
ectcd to II rigid examination hy Salt Saltako 8111Il1ko SaltLake
Lake ako olIlclnlB and Deputy Sheriff De Detie OeIue Dciiie
Iue tie He denies d nltllo positively ltlvll that there U Umy IInn Is1mm
nn my truth In the avcuiatlon made by byohn b bJohn byJrhun
John Mace In his nllldavlt ntll < lllt In which he heays hesny huesays
sny says th hat t Strange confeiwpd to him that thatic thathe huaclie
he ic had committed commlttrtllhe the murdi murdiNotwithstanding murdNolwlthslnllllnlf I INotwithiotniuding
Notwithstanding thl his general denial denialt
It t Is sold Strange broke down on norm normif 110mot scmof
ot if tho material parts uarts of his story and andnough andenough studenough
enough evidence was gathered < 1 to shunt shuntposItIvely ho holositlvcly hopositive
positive > that he was hose to tli till scene sceneT celllJot seeriumof
ot T murder at the time It wa itna 11 commit commitcd commitl1ll cotutruitttir
l1ll cd DLue unyfl he has It enough 8110UI ev evenco ei eidenco vl vldellco
dellco enco to make A cane against 8tlllnt 8tlllntn trnng
n n
PRINCE BACK IN I WASHINGTON
Washington F Fell l > 27 27The The second secondchapter RecontchBplor secondchapter
chapter In the national capitals wel welcome welcoins ¬ I ICOlne
come to Prince Henry > pf f Prussia l Ul la be began bean ¬
gan an today Arriving at ot9 9 oclock thl thlmorning thlmorning liii liiimorning
morning he and his suite at noon at attended atlendel1 attended ¬
tended tho McKlnley Icmnle memorial ser services aervices r rvices ¬
vices at the capitol and at their con conclusion c conelusion ll llCIIlIlOIl ¬
elusion made a flying fIln < visit Islt to pay tri tribute tn tnlute ¬
lute to Washington at Mount Vernon VernonHe
He will 111 DC the guest of President PrcBhlontJ1oolt PrcBhlontJ1ooltelt loose Hoosevelt loosevoit
velt elt at A dinner at the lh White Haute Houtethis Hautethis housethis
this evening The weather Ibis foi foiioon fOle fOleIoon fois00fl
ioon 00fl wan 0 ft5 delightful delightfulAdmiral delightfulAdmiral I I
Admiral Evans I lIn8 honorary aide to toPrince toPrince toPrince
Prince Henry was Indisposed 11 and when whenhe whucmihe 11111
he 1 left the train nt Washington It mm mmwith scanaslth 1111 1111with
with the Intention of resting restln until the thetouthern tl1llouthern uhietouthiern
touthern nnd wp western tern trip trlpcommenrn trlpcommenrnrhe commence commencwThe commenceThe
The prince was met at the th depot by byAsstSccy II IIAutSec bytPstbccy
AsstSccy if l r State tath Pierce and andCount andC andCount
Count C unl Quadt of the Oettnan Olltn n embassy embassynnd emlll181anLl
and escorted by cavalry and police policedriven pollctdrlell polleedriven
driven to the embassy embassys embassr
1 cr 1 s several caro1o era thouuod ho l D1 p roillpla t > p
lUlI > nd gathered at the depot but then thenwas IheltWIJI therevtt13
was no oheerlng oheerlngAt ohlKlrfnj4tlbe eheeriuugAtthue
At 4tlbe the German emlwmy a large crowd crowdhad crowdhind tOWllhudalBo
had hudalBo also gathered therell The embassy wa waagain Walpln wasagahn
again handwmely decorated with th thimperial the thel1lPorlal thetutiportal
imperial color ami alll with garland of ofmyrtle ot1I11rlto ofmyrtle
myrtle And nine nineAt pllltAl pIneAt
At 310 1O oclock the cavalry escort con confIstlnir IontlllllnJ Conitimijr
fIstlnir Of troops I and 0 I gpoond 1I > eCu ealair eCuairy < iavalrv
air galloped up MassactiUMMii l11 ltIhuIlM avenue avenuennd Renuennd avenueand
nnd sAvtmt euutu Into battalion front faclnt faclntthe raelnetho facitigthe
the cnibawy IrlnCf rlncp Henry Hfnr dro drove e in an anopen anopen anopen
open carriage nodding and mnllliic In Inrecognitionof IIIrecognItion lii1eeOgnittnuuof
recognItion ot the tue npputuie and return returning returllInl returnlag ¬
lag each military white Iul Ant AntSecy ASStSeey t
Secy 8 of State Hill MI up beside ld him himwith htlllwith hituuwIth
with Capt It Cowlen naval aide to Prwl Prwldent ireihdeuit l ld
dent d nl Iloowvolt on the other neat t The Theruard flueguard nilFunrtf
guard of honor of ten en strapping United UnitedStated lnlltdIHllte Lnitedlaei
Stated onsfncer l1ljfn l brnught their gun gunic IUIIIIII
ic present a all he stepped Itwidp On Onthu Onthl in inthe
the threshold of the oinUiniy the Ih prince prlnwpaused lInn lInnIlnul princehtftUti41
paused Ilnul t Bud facing th tM long lines of oftroopers ottuoler oftroopers
troopers with lIh saluting abre > and the thenot Iheot timehiuota
hiuota not of ladles who ho had braved heir thlrwny thfrlrwn heirsuiiy
wny wn through the line II no gave a sweep iwtepin sweeplug w p pIn
in lug tow GW at Ulli h he turti turned a uiid Kaiil tiuia Il1 IflaldernI lo1i
rnI 1 1 m7
i
Within thus snlMsy hue prince had hadit hatlil huedft
it his dldpoiw IIIM dlstiosq lllllh ttu he hnndvuinn nulls ol olIOOIIIH or or100llM
IOOIIIH till olllhll1rr > lh the rHr 111sf floor Hi Ho ro > rn ilmrtwa ilmrt therestluI
wa opportunity for a brhf IP 11111 es I from tlolIhe
he constant lotl cotuslantrqll l r Uqllnlcf rQUnd uiuf of fH HftllllIrllION HftllllIrllIONWlte llvltlpthor llvltlpthorwere
were no formnlltltt formITt during th the morn mornIng mnorutRug
Ing IIIIWUt
WILL iii NOT VISIT CANADA CANADAHerllii iANtDBerlllu I IJlerllil
Herllii rb I b WTlltrp In I s nofuundn
ton for the itaUmtnt rahlod lo tin tintinted iii I IlJnltecl
tinted 1 8tat Sntp from London by n news newsng newsuigeluey I I1I111l1ry
ng 1I111l1ry ncy that Prince IrtlllceU Henry lieuim l1l nf II br Prunln Prunlnwill ltlIllnwill lrtussbailli
will visit 1111 Canada before MturnliiB tu
Ocrnmny Ocrnmny1NV1T15D OrmRIIINITICD GernustuthVITICI
1NV1T15D TO VldJT UHi PANAMA PANAMAWnihlngtim CtNtit CtNtitWnshuitmgtoiu MNirlWnhlillton
Wnihlngtim Pub JTPrlnn1 IKiYry U v
hit been Invited 1IIIUIItllo to visit vl > 11 Canada wh where
he would bp the gtifst of tin hue Dominion Dominioniiuvei DoinhulnuuiIUCluutluelut
iiuvei 1111 iIUCluutluelut VIIIIIII miiHit II I Wlilte tuil th 1I1courtllI courte y of th Ihe IheIIVIl1tOIl thulluthtfltlotu
Invltniloti IH fully tllll appmlujed I1IJIH4I llUtJll by Oer Oermnn 01IIIAII Jernuutui
mnn onicinls yet t It linn OMIT found im impotilhlt lIilIlullhl lmilIoSIhbie
potilhlt to accept the liintfctluii In I UII II ni nievery o otVtY asevety
every hour of the prlno Uinu up tu tuthe Iuthe
the momtint of bin Nailing HUlllu for UIlntI1V UIlntI1VfllIJI u Jemiptunysulrseuly rmany rmanyHlrwuly
Hlrwuly fllIJI has hi been fixed 1x d Ho will iiow iiowv ho holVIII luosu luosuVet
lVIII v Vet r be on llrlllnli soIl when he niaktthe makes makeslie
the lie visIt IIIlt to Nhiuara Kulln J all tail aixMie aixMieto arossesto I
to the Canadian side At list time the tlujppmmal th thherunai I
ppmmal ulde d lit camp rut tIll Rovtrnnr RovtrnnrKtineiiil IIOrtlnllonlIIIr oternnimkCfleuuh
Ktineiiil lonlIIIr of iaimda will wlllloe be fir rlreliilt mt to totenth ex extend x ¬ i iInll
tend th till m 1Jf101i ttotl od will of th thlt llrltlsh atm nttthurltlM 111lholl atmthieritlea
thurltlM lholl U
11 1 > H Ilro ll vu Proollnit Peon ii ii g Co CoPlttsburt CIIlJUIJUtl Coi3ittihiurg
Plttsburt K l Ptili tIlJ b t1NllotlutiOtl N otlutlon will willb 11I
b III consummated next Monday llIlIlIa for or the thefoimntlon thefonnnton timefotinotion
foimntlon of tli thus United SttttM Iltle Fire Fireproofing 1110lJ1OofillIC FiteVuOotllig
proofing ompany by h the purehaiw and andconsolidation 11111QonsQlllllltlolI uttutioomisolldiulomi
consolidation of oitven Indtvcndtnt In Inorwts InI 1mmcrests
crests I rllt III Tlip hl n 1111 neut w pomnany will Imvo ImvoJl2JtoCOO
Jl2JtoCOO caiiltnl < and 500000 of bond bondImt hOlldlImt bondslitut
Imt thl capital will 11I be Incnaned Incrt e1 In Intwo InI intwo
two I weeks to JiiODUOOO osooo U 1IIIII1lcl is mid that thatthe thlltlhe thmiitlie
the lie Piitlrp capital has been mibtmrllwi mibtmrllwinnd subarhicdnati Illi rlhl rlhllnlilhat
nnd lnlilhat that Pltuburitrs wllllBrrelr with 11I litrjelr con control r cotutrol lI lItrol
trol The hendquartera will III be H > In InPlttsburg InlllI buthlttshiurg
Plttsburg lllI hllrjf nail one of the Ih first move movewill 111netIwill movestuihl
will ho thu Its erection In this cIty < lty II ot n nnew 1 1II anest
new II W plant to cost co lit 2iiOOOOC01I1 20000 20000flold 210000hold
hold nil Uiiidpn UiiidpnNew IhlttlllNew huutollnNew
New York Feb J lb JTAadltlonfll oh ohKagemeni 011IlIgelUenl cligtugeuiuents
Kagemeni of gold oht1 w tuwre il r mud thin thinmorning Ihln1I1IIIlng thinlutolmu
morning lutolmu Iii I making tnahti mig lie total iiiiiount to tobe 10Je tobe
be Hlilpp hl11Pf1tl d toilny 8WO000 lbs lbstioniul Na National ¬
tional City ell bank will ihlp 1500MO 15000001I1ldl 1500MOItPldlehach i0OO00I
ItPldlehach 1I1ldl I IJlh IckUhelmcr ft Ca 1000
000 and La 1B1arll rd Frprei I JOO000 100000Hrt hJ00000Seiy < JOO000Hccy
Hccy Hrt Nlmw Hhutu ty In I ii ChlduKO ChlduKOChicago OhlnplIIhlotlKO Cli I u a go gohuicngo
Chicago Ieb l h aLe f1IcHlie lle M BhaV BhaVtliu 8hlWI SliiUtime
time I now pcretary CtIII of the t treimury treimuryIn ItenM II 1 II IIIII sIn
In tho city to attend this annual ban banquet hll1Ijll bamuulmet ¬
quet Ijll t of the HtinltiesH Menu league In Inthe Inlhl1 Inlie
the lie Auditorium this oveitlnn whole Ih ue t Imwtll Im Ii Ii11I liestill
still 11I mnka hl his maiden speech sluice an anteuitu n nterlni
terlni Irwlilenl lrftll 1111 > II t loo ItOOlCtU vltii cabinet cabinetOn ehjimieOn
On that Hcusiini eJlcl 11I1I his h will dUcuu Com Comiiieree oln olnIlillCt ounumielee
iiieree and Industrie of the AVeat AVeatIn WeillIn iVeatImu
In an Interview w he pokt > with con considerable 1011ahhrahlu cotiuilthrnlilo ¬
siderable tmthuiilamn cnne C1I1I0111111 rnlnit the thevlflll thusvIsit
vlflll of Prlnep 11ln t Henry of PniHslu and andoxpresHCd nulleXIII0801i amidoxpmemined
oxpresHCd the belief that It would Willi 111 go gofar goar gofar
far ar toward cementing the fritndihlp trtn llhlll < of ofthe orIIII oftite
the two I ID countries countriesTo
To Point AlnnatulrnN Portrait PortraitSt
St Louts Feb l eb 27 27lIs1 MI s Anna West WestShaw We ost ost51mw l lShnl
Shaw a Bt Louis artIst IHIH been glv glvpit glvflI glvout
pit a commlHHloti cOlnml loll to 0 paint a portrait of ofQueen otQUle1 ofQueen
Queen Alexandra and will soon depart departfor
for London Miss Shaw ShA IH a I grand grandnl giandnIece Iand Iandnllcr
nl nIece cp of Dcnjumln Wont ono of the theleading thelel111IIlC hisleudumig
leading painters of early carl America AmericaA AmericaltI10Y
A ltI10Y 4 mot motPhiladelphia HtltIII1jHIII1Jcd HtltIII1jHIII1JcdphllBtlolphln St iii i iigl tanged tangedPhuiladelphibui
Philadelphia Feb JTAmoa Stirling Stirlinga
a young negro who was the accom accomplice lIucontIJIICO aeeoiuiPuce ¬
Puce of Henry Ivory hol and Chariot Chit ricH Perry Perryin
in IJIICO n the murder of Prof Hoy 10 Wilson WilsonWhile WllllonWhile SIlnonWhIte
While of th law department of the theUniversity thoUnlverHIt thistJrilverstt
University of Pennsylvania l on tho thonight lhonight honight
night of May MIl 91900 9 1900 was hnnuod today todayIn
In tho county count prison prisonStirling prisontllItllng prisonltIrhing
Stirling made a confewlon contCll lon to his spir spiritual splrlIunl apirItuah ¬
itual adviser claiming the solo respon responsibility rlBponIIlblillY responsihulity ¬
sibility for the murder of Pmt White WhiteHo WhlloHe VhiolIe
Ho said he did not know either Perry Perryor
or Ivory and asserted that neither of ofthem otIhcm ofthem
them was with him when the crime WOH WOHcommitted wn wncommit isuuscomuuuited
committed commit led His statement In not cred credited crollItell ereuliteti ¬
ited by b the police fliitliorltleH fliitliorltleHProf AlllhorlliclIIrof
Prof White was attacked by threo threocolored Ihrlucolorclllllln thireacolored
colored colorclllllln men on n dark Htreet In tho vi vicinity VIcinity 1 1clnlty ¬
cinity of the university One of Ills lui un ununllatitfl uRallnilla ansailanth
unllatitfl struck hint on the head with withan
an Iron bolt and after he hnd fallen fallento
to tho ground he won heaton to o death deathHobbcry dlnthHoliliery tientliIlobbery
Hobbcry was the motive for the crime crimePerry crimePerr crimePoury
Perry Ivory Lyon nnd Stirling were arrested arrestedseveral nrrllt arreetshseveral ll llleornl
several days Inter and the two lint lintnamed 1IItnllmed lustnanied
named made confenslons accusing Stir Stirling BillJill Stirtimig ¬
ling Jill of being beln tho actual murderer Tho Thothree Thothne Timethree
three mon wore convicted I together togetherIvory logelhelholY togetiietivou
Ivory ivou rind Perry were executed outed October OctoberS
8 of flast year Inr The condition of Stir Stirings SlIrlngs StirRugs
Rugs health caused four postponements postponementsof
of his execution executionIloiton executionl1otun executioliilostotu
Iloiton Hotel I bud hummed HnrnedBoston UnrnldDORIon hummedIhosomi
Boston Feb 27 21Iflle Fire In the lie upper upperpnrt upperPArt
PArt of the IJowdoln Sititrp hotel early earlytoday UllrlyWlIo earlytoda
today WlIo threw 10 4 gursu mostly adorn adorntilling ncloroIUling actorstilling
tilling engagement enlfa lnwnlM nt ncmby play playhouses pIll phLhOUSCH pIllhouses
houses Into confusion COli fusion but all escaped escapedtmfely esonll1tlIIftrl escitlieticutely
cutely IIftrl except Miss Agnes gOCM Green Miss 11111IIGreen MissJrten MinnGreen
Green jumped from torn the hue fourth hoer lloorof 11001of hoerof
of the tie hotel to a roof of a twostory twostorybuilding t twostembuIlding wOlllorylIulhllng
building below She wax unconscious unconsciouswhen unconRclollwhen
when help reached her It It thought thoughtshe
she will recover recoverThe rllcoverJhe recoverThe
The llames w warO re r conllnpd to the he three threeupjwr threeulJlfr threeupper
upper stories of the lie building lIu 11111 III but tho thototal thotolnl thustotal
total loss osn which Is placed plarl at about aboutJHOOO abomOOO abotut0CIO
JHOOO OOO I 18 sbarpd by h the occtiixitits of ofthe IIfthl atthus
the stores on tho street floor who I hl suf suffered suffert11 emittered ¬
fered from remit smoke and wntr The how Honrdoln howdoin
doln do In square theater also suntBlntd ome coniehamnage omedamage omoIInmnge
damage from this cause causeSEES causeSEES
1 1SEES
SEES NO STATEHOOD STATEHOODFOR STATEHOODFORTERRITORI
FOR FORTERRITORI TERRITORIES TERRITORIESLevl ES ESLevi
Levi J4 > 1 A Hughes Uuh of Santa TV IehrothcI N M Mbrother Mbrother
brother of the Ih puhllther of this Ih New NewMexican IewMexican NewMexicami
Mexican of that city elt U I u guttt at the thaKenyan th thenyoll thelCenyon
Kenyan enyoll Mr lr hughes lIu hMl tXIINltllleI pn m > lilt hi fears fwirwthat teultlthat fearsthat
that after all IlIlh the he struggle stuggIefor for aUitehqod aUitehqodnow
now being made by a combination of otIhe ofI ofthe
the I terrltotlM the thi Nchame will 11I fall fallthrough filIIIhrouh failthrough
through at this 8tBk > n of CongreM CCJrIU til tilboiieli RIthourh ahthought
thought a bill bllllll1l11l1t1n admitting them may na nah palll palllthe panthe
the h EQUIP Mr Ir hughes says a It la I a anlitnke Rmlltnkll amIstake
mIstake to suppose sU J1OIIC that the tocalled tocalledUexlcan tocal1t1ltlllcal1 p0calledMoien
Uexlcan element In New Mexico txk wonl1 wonl1un wOIII1Mln wouuIhrun
un thing In Hi this way wa It hna bl1 bee h heeh re rewrted reoIl TnPorted
Ported Il rtetJ or that th the Jesuit would try tryo Ir Irto tryto
to o take the rein of fovpntm nt In Inheir IIIIhelr liitheIr
heir lmiul lmuuds4mUltP < iult utt tli the contrary Hut it itlives Ittloell Itdoes
lives not Neein 11111 to bo the dlftuimltlon of ofTongrPM ItlIIKtIP ofCouigress
TongrPM to admit nil the lie territorlp territorlpind terrllllrtpItRnd tertltorIesamid
amid while tlit this policy la I a matter of In InUitlce InjUlllce injustIce
Uitlce particularly toward to Ohlaliunin Ohlaliuninboy Okhalionuutthey
boy tbc all appe 1J appear r to be In the thu aame me bout boutnd ootAnd hotitamid
And nd are Ilkply IIkl ttkelytoatsy to to lay there
Mr HuftbM tulUKa the Santa Fa 11 Cen Central en enteal n ntr ¬
teal tr railroad Mhfn Jim will 1I1 be a KO al althoiiih altoulh emthough
thoiiih the thu Hock inland la not nollkhlnll Ubhlml U UTli 1 1Thfl ItTue
Tli Thfl buckers are Pfenniytvanla n IIanla people peopleand 141011aM peoplestud
and the plan i hi to build from Santa l lto Ire < v vto
to 0 oonntct with UM Rock Island ut utCnm u attmeIeotu t tQlmeleon
Cnm Qlmeleon l on a station below Santa llosu llosuTlic ItoIIIThe Itosutrtta
The advent of Un Hock Island Into IntoNew IntllNew intaNew
New Mexico will b tHo beot of great benefit > to totlm totilt tous
tilt us territory territoryJIKAIUMilO torritoryJIIfARI
torrltorJIIwm
JIKAIUMilO JIIwm litU OKOAN OKOANDuring OIIUANDuring I IDuring
During tlie lie noon n10 recess the Irrigators Irrlgotorall IrrigatorsibtnM
ll IItttMl1 t rd to an organ recital by Prof ProfMeClellun 1rotlIClcllun ProfMctIcllan
MeClellun in the tue Tnbvrnacie The pro JrtGram prograimi > ru ruBrain
Brain was lIff a popular oo oDe the imintxr imintxrliaviric nurnbtllhavhl tiuuiubershuavldg
liaviric teen lJ n luuffated The munic wa wamuch womuch was wasmuohu
much enjoyed ttJ Y tn the he following niimtxin niimtxinlulnf I1l1m I1l1mheln nuimbeinhielrm
lulnf hielrm iDhdertd iDhdertdKffertolre I1Ihtle I1IhtleIU1Clrtolif ruulemdiUortohut
Kffertolre in U eiy el elhlgrhuuis I
Illgrtins Song Son of Huiu ji 0lsl oIs oIsInltrl1ltlzo ui uiIntermnzo I IImulerunezzo
Intermnzo from mom the uvuUiin 1 11 It III 1 1IlUttlennA 1nllellcllOO iRusticana
IlUttlennA RusticanaMale Ma RSaj RSajrll auin auinMal
Mal rll Quartet QuartetClorW quartelOlortli QtsartstOlortut
ClorW Mozaii MozaiiStir lozIIHSII1r 1ozaiLStir
Stir S pangfu1 njtf11 Dinnd
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State St te Engineer Engineere EngineerVsCoiiit El1g igtheer igtheerVs e 11eer I
Tis VsCoiiit Goutt Cotidjiidge Cotidjiidgee1t Judge JudgeSfr
Sfr Doiciiuis Criticises Contl Decisions in ii Walat Cases and andJs andIs az1Is
Is Implied lo by b Judge Jacob JohnsonSlab J fafgation fafgationConvention I
Convention Listens lo an Arraignment of Existing RtW IU Systems Systemslnd SpsIcizi1zid I
lnd SMelhQdsrRsinedies 11clltods RJmtd s Asked POt
f
Cutiiplitily organized the Irrigation Irrigationcouvmitkm IrrllUtioltCOIMUIiOIl irnlgutiomiCouutuui
couvmitkm Couutuui Rot opened thin thu ha mornlnj mornlnjfiiulppid mcmliisulumhilpeti
fiiulppid for or the th rapid trmiMciton of ofbuslnpKM ofIII1RlllfhlH ofbusiness
business but jwlmp wIthout any anyld IIn IInl anyidea
ld l idea e o of Adoptlnr Illlbuvtcrlne taotln taotlnOHIO teethslotus
OHIO of lie inrmbtr very ver much de delayed tieJaed Usidued ¬
layed proitr M by b uilmportunt U1 I IIIJJOttll lit mo motions tillhelms ¬
helms > and suggestion Thin action wan wanevidently WaffIltJIIIIUy Waneshdeiily
evidently the result of mlHundBretund mlHundBretundIng
hug rather than any nu ellllellOt nd uvor to lottnl lottnlIIUBItIOI todaluty todalutybuhuiusi dojay dojaybuslniiM
buslniiM The dlscuislon Wng 8 Indulged IndulgedIn
In upon n raiding of tho bus order of bUll biulCOOPUIIATION budmuses
118 muses
COOPUIIATION COOPUIIATIONMr
Mr 11 Dounlwrty DIulrh rl of Salt Lnke offered offereda
a i Moluttou nfllOlu lou cxpriiiliiK hearty h rt coojior coojioratlon CUOllOlnl10n eoopoirution
atlon with the national Irrigation Irrhflllll1l con conireaa COliare cciigross
gross are and the Interatate Irrigation con conir COilIIell cciiguss
ir IIell a einliracliif the BUtts of Wyoming WyomingColorado WomillgColoroLio yomingColorado
Colorado and Nebraska Udftirred UdftirredNATIONAL llehlrledNA1JONAl 1tforuedNAlIONAL
NATIONAL APPItOPUIATlON APPItOPUIATlONII
II V 1 F Luke of Kmury 1 lIulY premmtid n nresolution nrellolutlon aresolutIon
resolution making It the paramount paramountiMUt IJnIanIOUItIIISUII
iMUt of the convention that lie na national 1I1l1IonlI naleant ¬
leant government bo solicited 801l ltoo far aid aidIn ul ulIII aitiin
In building ho huh mig oiinitl and reservoirs re in inthe InIhe iiithus
the Stutu tuuto of if Utuh and for Iho reclama reclamation 1601011111tlon ieeharnalion ¬
lion of arid lands llefurred llefurredaillUTHST HeluIIelaIUMJI Itoferueibti
aillUTHST ti Sr THOUJILK8 THOUJILK8a A AOfO
a lee o C Pmrt of Hlcli Introduced n nrevolution Irtiluiutlull arceohutioii
revolution providing that each c Bounty Bountytippnlilt toumutymiiiirlht
tippnlilt one member of a committee to torepoit t treport
report the most unfavorable water waterconditions vRetconditionS
conditions In their rwpectlvo counties countiesIn
In order hat the most Important of ofthem ofthem
them mny bo selected by the rommltuo rommltuofor
for diHCiiseion and treatment by the theconvention thisconventiomi
convention conventionCONFT310N conventiomiCONFtfllON
CONFT310N IN it JHUiaATlON JHUiaATlONUndir
Undir this heading In the order of ofbuilniM ofbusiness
business State uflte Kngliieiir A P Doremun Doremunwas
was uminlinotialy rcquuHted lo further furthercontinue futthuoreouuintts
continue his adduces of lust nlfilu nlfiluwhluli lilnuitwtuiubu
whluli wni neccHimrjly brief because becauseof
of the thi uienoKa of the hour and hubs nile nilsunibntandlntr niletlniirstituudluug
unibntandlntr of the time when he hesliouul hishuouid
sliouul rartlclimto In the program Mr MrDoreniUD MrDomeuiuus I
DoreniUD said that Irrigation Is the thefundamental thetuuutlatuientai
fundamental bail of industry In Utah UtahThere UtuttuThuee
There iii more money Invested In lila tliliIndustry lilaiuiduatuy
Industry than almost any nn other Ha HaferrltiK ItoformIng
formIng to the conftuiad condUonu condltlunujiur condltlunujiurrounding jiur jiurrounding
rounding IrrlgatlunMn his state the thespeaker tlucmade
speaker made comparison between the thoorderly theorderly
orderly facilities und method ot proce procedure proceduus ¬
dure in recording transactions In land landand hitn1iund
and HIP slipshod method or lack of ofmethod ofiliethiti
method nltogothor in lie case of water waterrights Ivaterrights
rights In the curly dityH nn original originalapproprlator ritinat ritinatuppropriiior
approprlator of water in u troain had hadsometlineM hiidSomnotiutuss
sometlineM made his first water appro approprlutlun utppmopritithami
prlutlun through the medium of a Din Dingle singUi ¬
gUi plow furrow Later on the lie furrow furrowwould turuoutwould I
would beenlarged be by thud addition of ofanother ofanothur
another and still another until the theoriginal thusoriginal
original liny till stream grew tobo a canal canalSo
So many hum appropriation of this kind kindhave kIndhuate
have ticcn made lout nearly all streams streamshave streamsluave
have b been en overappropriated At the thepresent thehJrsefl
present time and for a long time past pnxtthem pastthere
them has been no more available water waterThe struterThe
The end has been reached and mote motethan moiethan
than reached rvachtdtin
tin to any miy prominent water court in inthe Hithe
the Mute und It will St lii be found thai In Inone b buiie
one dune thus In fanner nay he owns a alod arod
rod of water another an ucnt still stillanother stillnmiothiuu
another n stream mid yet another n nfoot afoot
foot and HO on Such confunion linn linnled buiisled
led the people Into contention and law lawfull lawstuiti
full which have become very exptn exptnHVP expensiue
HVP In many lntance inurli bitter bitterfeeling bItterftslimig
feeling ha has reunited and In a few cases casescry canester
ter cry nerloui r tesuhs Hiilts have come about aboutWhn aboutVlusmu
Whn these contention have havealden lia n ntaken
taken Into court they have rMuUed rMuUedery
ery er umuitlsfactorlly a us a rule In the thadivision thedIvision
division of water no account of this tlinvolume thisvoiuuie
volume of HIP Hupply seemna ecm to have havebeen havebeun
been taken tnkeiumio no Inventory of the thing thingto tutu
to 1 te divided has IIPCI taken takunetthiar ollher In Inor imior
or out of the courts JHtmlly a aIii PHAP PHAPin
in court Is brought by a small portion portionof
of the water taker from a large largeLtreiun largeLtreuiuii
Ltreiun ncnlnst another small portion
nf sue s thcouuimiuUuihty uomnmnlty In determining determiningthe
the right of in these cue parties an related to toono toone
ono another no account U taken of the thrPost thePost
Post of other water takers on the thebtream thebtrenmn
btream hucauM they lie have not been beenlnade bcnuumiatle
lnade parties to the hue suit and their theirlights tIueluiighs
lights are con eonneiuentl ouently not In the court courttor cottr cottrtom
tom consideration and adjudication adjudicationHven
Even when the court decrees that the thedefendant thisuetendaumt
defendant and plaintiff SIB each en entitled 5fltitletl ¬
titled to o many acre or so many manylc ninnytest
lc test t of water the allotment U en entireiy n ntlruly
tlruly Indefinite and unsatIsfactory unsatUfactoryThe
The term acre does not mean the thexnme thussatan
satan In St Qeorgo as it does In Lo Logan Lugaul ¬
gaul and HO si on Some order must be bebrought liehrougbut
brought out of tills confusion and thl thlmust his hismust
must lie I done before we con reasonably reasonablypxpert reasonablyPxIiet
pxpert the hue government to Assist in bet bettcrlnp letteniflg
tcrlnp tlH supply However muvli the thesupply tiesupply
supply might be Increased the problem problemot
ot unsettled and Indefinite division divisionwould divIsionWoUlih
would remain the tame and bo a an irrl irrllutlnir hriImatIng
matIng n as It Is now Heverting to court courtluljiidkHtion courtailjuudiuntlons
luljiidkHtion of water dUpaten Mr MrDorimuH MrDorsnuus
DorimuH stated lust In Homo liutancvg liutancvgmoie
moie n wuter < itcr has been allottwl by the theinurtii hie hiet
inurtii t to lltlfator than the stream streamuintalned streunuI
uintalned I Therefore coixUnded tile tileMieaker thusthic
Mieaker tbt flitt effort should be to totllmlnatf toJlmiulnutts
tllmlnatf th hi present confusion confusionSome eoruuatomiSoie
Some of the resident of Utah who whohave wholusts
have been particularly Irritated d and andhamppred antihiahiiptied
hamppred In their effort at husbandry husbandryon huusbsndrOfi
on account of their vtaipr troubles art aromovitiff artuTotltug
movitiff out ul of th mate In order to toescape tosnows
escape the aimoyancp Mr DoremuB
contended that suth action wan like likeJumping UhcajUtahling
Jumping out of the fryingpan Into the thefire thelire
fire for nearly all the hi Irrlmtton Irrlmttonstream Iurhgnttonstreams
stream in Utah while mall and Initff Initffnliteant luunignitteant
nliteant an compared with big girwims girwimsof
of other states have their Winning Winningand begInnIngand
and their end here In that ease caeethere easethere
there Is no Interstate question to con confront eonfrouu ¬
front lie Irrigator and for that reason reawnIt
It ought to bci comparatively easy to towttle tonetie
wttle hl tubs dimrultlt dimrultltAnother dIfllcultlsAnother
Another matter that has b bean n en entirely enlitely ¬
tirely Ignored for or year I hum th this fact that thattlif thatthis
this river creeks canals and ditches dltohealo
< lo not entirely and completely consti constitute constittite ¬
tute the water systems The sources sourcesor
or supply supplythis the lands in vcMCli iht ihtMtivams Iuisstreams
streams have their origin originhave hav be been beenUtterly n nutterly
utterly neelecttd It Is true that by bylirlgatton bylurlgitiuin
lirlgatton portion of the natural dec decrt
rt h lieu vi > be been n converted Into parka parkabut parksbut
but It ts I alto true hut by operation of ofthU ofthis
this tan system m of it Irrlyailun the nat nftti
I i Mirk have been converted into intodesotU intodeserts
deserts desotUtndpr desertstither
tndpr the present amhod of irrlga irrlgathm Innigatiia
thm it la now impossIble to culUv culUie culUiefliers t tnwro
fliers than 4 per cant of th entire area areau areaof
u of Ut Utslu i which U svwvtvbvfO jiu wli r iif uiar r K i
000000 aorta Ily Improved method and
t lie w mom thorough system of ronsemi couusertitoil
tlon oil of th the water mippiy u IK posaibii
to Perhaps Irrigate and oultlvate la PH PHo ltteant
o eant nt of this hul urea ureaThe f
The speaker oppo OPPOSIti ed the proposition i
by the hue government either to lease un unirrlgnbl
irrlgnbl land far twu we rein an acre tI i
to make forest ri messuven > erv n of them H lie
bllovod there could be devised SOHIP plai
to make much of thin iii he land produce Puodi ut rev revonue uksOuuue
onue nnd this wan one or the Important Importanttiu lmmrnitaiittltleatlunuu
tiu tltleatlunuu gtlunn bofore the convention Tin
irrigator should not hemtnte to suggest suggvHtto
to U the state legislature or the nuiionul nuiionulUongreiw uiatfonulCongress
Congress any mpaauro which h may mayconsider milycOnsider
consider ti > bo for hi his ln beneflt > n nt any moru moruthan unorutluitmu
than do tioes H the prumcitrr of any lii ether otiiercnleiprlm etheremuteuprlns
cnleiprlm or Industry IndustryAH
AH 4 a rulo arty action proposed by this thagovernment thisovernnuemi
government t for or HIP thu imrposp of reclaim reclaimIng relaiitiimig
Ing undesirable land IH based upon the thetheory mitetheory
theory that the hue government Is dlsiwtln dlsiwtlnfled 4lsuIlnIleul
fled with the lie profiona mode by jy the tii incul inculIrrlgator IotllITigator
Irrlgator and I flint ll its liUrualon irto nun tlmmnttvr nunlmiuittpu
mnttvr la for tho uilrpo of remedying remedyingthe
the dpfppi in hi his systeuum yt nt There i no noexpremed rioexpressotl
expremed Inlintlon lo assist the Irrl Irrlgalor liiigator
gator himself himselfWANTRD hImselfWANTIEJ
WANTRD A imjlKDV imjlKDVAs
As Mr UarpmuH wua about to r fetlUlne fetlUlneliii ium iumIII < >
III liii neat II delegotp fioni Cache arose uroRaand aroseulimul
and said Mr Chairman 1 would hIke Ilkuto
to 0 have Mr Uoromus ouggent a rcm rcmwly retitoily
oily wlyThe
The state nglnour pleaded preoa of oftime oftlmmin
time nnd Inability I nahulbi y to It handle luuind he the mutter mutterMr mat Cr CrMr
Mr Cropper of Mlllard said that In Indeeding iiidetIing
deeding with th this Savior river he found foundthat foumithA
that hA t there wan much tluctuatlon In thu thustr tuestresni
str stresni am He would like u remedy for forthat forhunt
that thatDKlfflNDED DKlfflNDED COUHTS OUhlTSMr
Mr Hnlvernon of V Veber b > r rcourt chefepdetl chefepdetlcourt
court decision nml the terms of allot allotment nilentuiit ¬
ment used therein and in connection connectiontherewith connectionthuurewitlu
therewith moved that Judge JAcob JacoliJohnson JAcobJohinsoui
Johnson be rtqiiMtcd to address thin thnconvention thineontefliciui
convention conventionIt
It being 12 oclock President Rvnns Rvnnssuggested Ivnnssuggested
suggested that the Judge jud be heard at 3 3p 2hI
p m which was mmi uisrtied < Hl to and recess recesstill lecenotill
till that llmo nan taken takenPllOM takenlltOM
PllOM 8KNATOU ATOh nAWLlNS nAWLlNSDuring flAVIINFIfluihng
During HIP morning session the fol following oh ¬
lowing telegram from United States StatesSenator SttieSenator
Senator Jon L Ilawllns to Got holier HebcrM
M Wells was rend and nd applauded applaudedExpress tupplaudedIxh1reu
Express to the uouvantlon my greet greeting greetinK ¬
inK and good wishes mid desire of co cooperation ccoporatiou ¬
operation oporatioutrovishomm
s 812SS IOV IOVIrovUlon
IrovUlon the n IVrmancnt Organ OrganUatlon Organhzstion
Uatlon of Irrl Irrigators IrrigatorsAt nlorH nlorHAt
At the opening of this afternbnflt afternbnfltRiBdloii afternOndsessloti
RiBdloii Judge Hnoth of the rejoltillonu rejoltillonucommittee reenliutionsconumittee
committee recommciuUd that a else telegram elsegratui
gram to the Interstate Irrigation asso association ¬
ciation in session at Sterling Coin ba bamint b bsent
mint assuring that gathering that It Itund Itstud
und the lie national Irrigation congress congressIiavo comigrenilhave
have the hearty cooperation of thud tliflUtah thudUiahu
Utah IrrIgators Time report WIIB adopt adoptml
ml und a telegram Kent KentaoVMUNMENT sentGOVIIINMENT
aoVMUNMENT AID AIDA
A 4 resolution was Introduced by W V D DLiVlnRHton DLlvingson
LiVlnRHton of Snnpote to the effect effectthat effoutthat
that the most feasIble and practlcabli practlcabliaid
aid for Utah from th the Ruiernl govern government governunent ¬
ment must 1 be > 9 In the form of either a aproperly aproperly
properly graduated bomtn relatd con consistently conslstemutly ¬
sistently to tie magnitude of the hue pro project riroject ¬
ject to be aided or when the he project 11 11promoted Isluromnoted
promoted solely by bone fide lrlgaJr lrlgaJrby irbgaireby
by a government loan of long period periodand utcilodmmd
and very law Interest to such promo promoters roun rounems ¬
ters ems ll was also urged that Utah con congrcfttlotml eongresshonnh
grcfttlotml rcpreHPtitutlvcg be urged to towork towork
work for such provisions In any pro propocixl tiroposed
posed national legislation upon thli thlisubject Ilulnsubject
subject
HKHMANN cniTICLSKD CfllFICISiDIi
15 P 1 Klllson Introduced a a resolution resolutioncondemning resolutioacouudemnimmg
condemning the action of toniniloslun toniniloslunur
ur Hlngcr Hermann in withdrawing withdrawingcertain withdrawIngcortniii
certain lands for entry entu In order t tcreate to tocreate < >
create a forest reserve
ONM niSMHDV niSMHDVMr
Mr Howards lebolutlon was to thin thneffect thineffect
effect that whero u stream is used usedwholly useitsshiohi
wholly In one county It bu Incorporated Incorporatednnd
nnd controlled by one general board of ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors and that wild board of direr dlrecoru dirertore
tore oru be elected by the watertakers watertakersfrom
from noun such stream the hue water to be die distributed dietnlbutd ¬
tributed under the direction of one gen general geneertit ¬
eral wntermaster waternidtaerLAND wntermasterLAND
LAND BOARD SCORED SCOREDPeter SCOREDIoor
Peter ClugsH resolution disapproves disapprovesof
of the policy ot the lii tale land board In IntillQWliig Intullowtmmg
tillQWliig the selection of state lands In Intracts liitmacth
tracts of 40 acres on streams anti amisprings antipntnga
springs In the mountain districts the thaselection theselection
selection of which It made to o suit the thapurchaser thelIurctuassr
purchaser
FOR PJWMANHNCV
0 P I Miller of Salt Lake made a mo motion mctloum ¬
tion which provided for the appoint appointment appointhiieflt ¬
ment of u committee ot nine to formu formulate funinulate ¬
late n plan and a basIn for u permanent permanentIrrigation pemaiemutIrrigatIon
Irrigation organlwtlon In this state stateIt
It wns Passed and President Evananamed Evans Evansiuauuied
named the following gentlemen to con condltutft conatbtuts
dltutft such committee
1 O P I Mlllor Salt LaktJ LaktJJiw LakelJut
Jut Curfew Ueav heaver heaverraheb r rCaleb
Caleb Tanner IUh IUhHenry tt1uliemury
Henry Hnlveraon Wbvl WbvlHenry Web Webhenry
Henry MunhtU Tooele ToocleI
1 C Thoreson CaoUe CaoUeJno CeolirJab
Jab Packet Summit
Jan 11 WI100X WitOOWI lftl lftlW
W D LivlwBstens Llvluinlemtt1 ilanpeto ilanpetoMORhi anp ta taMOHK
MOHK HKMBDIKS HKMBDIKST
T P I Page offeml thms resolution resolutionwhich nobuttonwlulchu
which were supposed to offer s twni m noin noinlion toRiion
lion for the jr aresen nt Irflgation dlfllcui dlfllcuitlM dlfflcuitIN
tIN one of which wa to adopt tin tinweondfoot tht thtsecondfoot
weondfoot aj sitein am of water meoiurc meoiurcm nueosUceinapt
m inapt nt
JUDGE JOHNSON JOHNSONJudge JOIU3ONJudge
Judge Jacob Johnson was reaUfSled reaUfSledlo
lo take the roitrum In r reply ply to Stati StatiKnglneer tafiJngIneer
Knglneer Uorpmu whose statement statementIn
In refenince tp t luie11 udlr l dclliv eut eutsrsrde 1i 1iUfards
Ufards In Irrigation brought forth a avigorous avIgorous
vigorous protest from Mr Halverson of ofWeber ofWeber
Weber Judge Johnson MId that sin sinathood sinstatehood <
statehood tt Ct his personal knowledge knowledgetio
tio member of the hue Judiciary In Utah ban banjundeml hasisndttted
jundeml nor would for a moment think thinkof
of r ruiudering nd rlag inch A decision as some nomaof someof
of thofe all alleged ed by the dlitlnguiilud dlitlnguiiludiimiker dintIngUinhitweaker
weaker of this mornliif mornliifJudgu niomrultuJudge
Judge Johiifton gave n very clear ex exrtonatlon exr4miation
rtonatlon of the Irrigation sItuatIon a us usrUlAWtI < i iralAtad
ralAtad to the Judicial arm of the state statul0vernm stateOvernmemut
l0vernm Overnmemut nt and his remarks were fre frequently frequenthy ¬
quently approved by uppUuse

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