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TIlE SiUT LAKE TEEiD SUNDAY flJLY 4 1897
MORE CRIME AI PROVO
The Tall and the Short Man
flake a Haul
MISSED SIXTY DOLLARS
BUT BELIEVED ABTHUB SIN
GLETON OF TWO TWENTIES
A Woman Also Bobbed Utah Coun
ty Thief Arrested in California
Verdict Against the Sioux Mining
CompanyPark Citys Fourth of
July ProgrammeSnow Storm in
SummitDivorce at Farmington
Logan Notes
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Provo July 3Thls morning two
more crimes came to light the perpe
trators of which are supposed to be
tramps and the officers are exerting
every effort to bring the offenders to
justice
Late last evening as Albert Single
ton was passing along the street at the i
corner of F and Seventh streets he
was held up by two individuals one II
of whom was a tall man in dark
clothes and the other a short heavy
I
eet personage in corduroy Singleton
was made to throw up his hands at the
point of a revolver and was relieved
of 40 In cash after which the holdups
made a hasty departure On his inside
pocket Mr Singleton had 60 in green
backs which the outlaws omitted to
take supposing that the two 20 gold
pieces in his trousers pocket was all
he had
This afternoon Sheriff Storrs arrested
a man at Spnngvllle on suspicion that I
he is one of the robbers and Singleton
went immediately to identify him
A WOMAN ROBBED
Mrs Sopha Snyder was also robbed
last night by a man who asked for
board and lodgings who took from her
house a ladys watch and 250 in cash
and ° kipped out
Suit has been filed in the district
court by R S Hines against Luke
Cook and Louise Cook for the purpose
of foreclosing a mortgage given to se
cure a note of 517060 with interest
VERDICT AGAINST THE SIOUX
Arguments were concluded last
evening in the case of William E Wil
son vs the Sioux Consolidated Mining
company At a late hour the jury re
turned with a verdict awarding the
plaintiff the sum of 7000 for personal
injuries resulting from being struck
down by a vicious animal and run over
by the cars used to take ore out of the
mineRAILROAD
RAILROAD DAMAGE CASE
The next case for trial was that of
Alva Green vs the Union Pacific Rail
way company which has been insti
tuted to recover damages for the kill
Ing of ten head of cattle by the defend
ant corporation which is alleged to
have occurred between American Fork
and Lehi Several persons losing catle
in this manner have assigned their
claims to Mr Green to avoid bringing
several actions David Evans and Jacob
Evans are attorneys for the complain
ants and J W X Whitecotton ap
pears for the corporation
CAPTURED IN CALIFORNIA
An important capture has just been
made by W S Gregory sheriff of Am
ador county Cal through the instru
mentality of Sheriff Storrs and his dep
uties The man captured is named Ra
mer and he is accused of burglary
having some time ago broken into a
building belonging to Lorenzo Argyle
of Benjamin and stolen several articles
of value the most important of which
vas a wagon which he took with him
overland to California The officers
have been vigilant in following up the
Individual and finally run across a clue
as to the wagon and subsequently ef
fected the arrest of the thief The
rrisoner will be brought back to Provo
at once and prosecuted I
BRYAN PICTURES
Mr A V Robison The Herald agent
has received a number of the Bryan
portraits which are being distributed
which will be given complimentary to
The Herald subscribers and they can
obtain the same by calling at his of I
fice The pictures are well worth
framing Mr S P Eggertson jr has been I I
doing some energetic work In collecting
funds for the celebration of Independ
ence Day and has succeeded In obtain
ing the requisite amount to insure a
brilliant time
The orators who will be heard at the
Tabernacle during the forenoon exer
cises are Professor G H Bnmball and
Judge M M Kellogg
The Alumni association banquet and
ball given at the Payson Opera House
last evening was one of the pleasant
et affairs that has been given there
for some time
Dr C W Gates of Salt Lake is fish
ing in the vicinity of Provo
Provo Is now being preyed upon by
a set of vagrants and tough charac
ters and the officers are discussing the
most effective means of relieving the
city of this burden
AN UNWELCOME STORM
Some Damage to Hay in Sanpete
I County
Mt Pleasant July 1The storm that
visited us yesterday was somewhat un
welcome as it did some damage to the
great amount of hay ready for stack
ing
Attorneys A G Sutherland and Soren
X Christensen arrived yesterday from
Montlcello in San Juan county where
they have been engaged In legal pro
ceedings during the past week When
asked regarding Robbers Roost they
said they switched off to the left
The various committees are busily
engaged preparing for the Fourths cel
ebration
After a weeks Illness Thomas Braby
is again able to be around
HE HAS NO FRIENDS
Railroad News Agent Sent to Jail
at Springville
Sprlngvllle July IThe Baptist and
Presbyterian Sunday schools held a
large picnic today in City Hall square
Meneary Co who made an assign
ment the first part of the week re I
opened Their doors today The busi
ness is now being conducted in the
name of the assignee
Christian Endeavor special trains
passed through here regularly during
the night Many citizens visited the
depot as spectators until a late hour
The Rio Grande news agent who was
recently fined by the police justice has
been removed to the Provo jail He
refuses to give his name says he has
no friends and that he Intends to serve
out his sentence
LOGAN NOTES
Brigham Young Elected President of
B Y College
Loran July Tomorrow fast meet
Ings will be held in each of the seven
wards of Logan beginning at 2 po m
and i conjoint Mutual Improvement
meetIngs at 70 p m
Th Logan SemiCentennial Jubilee
chois under the able leadership of Pro
fcsscr Alexander Lewis will r give a
concert next Saturday evening July 10
In Ipgan tabernacle A very select
programme consisting of solos duets
choruses instrumental music etc Is
being prepared by Logans choicest
singers and musicians The concert is
fer the purpose of obtaining means to
enable tIle choir to take part in the
Jubfcee contest The public should see
to Jt that the large tabernacle is
crowded that the splendid reputation
of the Logan choir may be perpetuated
The Cache stake quarterly conference
will be held in Logan next Saturday
and Sunday the 10th and 11th inst
Meetings will be held at 10 a m and 2
p m of each day It Is very much de
sired that all the priesthood officers
and members should be present as
business of importance will be trans
acted
Commissioner L R Martineau is bus I
ily engaged in supervising the construc
tion of the Cache county Jubilee float
which will represent the interests of
this thrifty county S I
I Attorney J LI Walters has returned
home from an extended trip through
the east He reports times very dull
there
A nonpartisan meeting held recently
in Hrum City nominated for school
trustees W A McBride and H B Niel
sen
A COMING EVE T
In the near future an important wed
ding will take place In Logan The con
tracting parties are Mr Alfred L Far
rell deputy county recorder and one
of Logans most promising young men
The young lady is Miss Luna Thatcher
daughter of Hon George W Thatcher
Miss Thatcher is loved and respected
by all for her sweet disposition and
charming ways Soon after the wed
ding they will l depart for Holland on
a mission with the love and best wishes
of all who know them
The general stake priesthood meeting
was held today at 11 a m in Logan
tabernacle The principal speakers
were Bishop William B Preston and
President Orson Smith the latter
pre
siding The meeting was fairly well
attended
The splendid rainfall this valley re
ceived yesterday did a vast amount of
good It was very fortunate that the
most of the first crop of lucerne had
been harvested
George M Cannon cashier of Zions
Savings bank came to Logan this
morning and delivered a very excel I
lent and carefully prepared lecture on
civil government before the Logan
Temple society at 2 p m in the Lo
gan temple He had a very apprecia
tive audience
Hon I C Thorsen who has been
spending several days at Salt Lake
came In on this mornings train
Archdeacon F W Crook will hold I
services tomorrow in St Johns church
at 11 and 8 p m
The trustees of the Brigham Young I
college held an imnortant meeting v
uno
terdar nnm oJ
i
Attorney F K Nebeker came up from
the capital this morning I
Cache county was well represented at
the Bryan lecture notwithstanding the
fact that the Oregon Short Line did
not make a rate for this section which
in our judgment was a mistake
The Idaho Milling Grain Power
company held their annual meeting to
day in the office of Thatcher Bros
bank for the election of officers and
hearing ot reports
M W Merrill jr manager of Rich
mond Coop came up from Ogden this
morning
William A Rossiter of Salt Lake and
James Mack of Ogden were among the
passengers from the south this morn
ingMiss
Miss Florence Caine daughter of
Hon John T Caine after an extended
visit with her brother J T jr left
for her home in Salt Lake this even
ing
BOY INJURED
Last Wednesday while the 11year
old son of James Durney of Richmond
was driving sheep on Clear creek his
horse stumbled throwing the little fel l
low off and stepped on his face th
rough new shoes Inflicting a very sejri
ous wound His jaw was broken and
his face so badly cut that 15 stitches
were necessary to hold the parts in
place The facial artery was severed
through which he lost so much blood
that he was prostrated when the doc
tor arrived The boys chances for re
covery are very good
Dr William B Parkinson left Logan
on Thursday of this week for Cali
I fornia where he will take a postgrad
uate course In the Lowe and University
college hospitals He expects to be gone
for about one month
Professor Jbhn T Caine will lecture
before the conjoint Mutual Improve
ment associations of the Logan Fourth
ward tomorrow evening on The Du
ties of Youth All are invited
James Christensen died last night
from appendicitis He survived the
operation but a few days He leaves a
wife and seven children and one of
them is In a very serious condition
The principal etreets of Logan are
crowded today with people from the
outside settlements The storm yester
day caused the farmers to temporarily
suspend all operations for the time be
ing Many prominent people are In
town today
B Y COLLEGE MEETING
Brigham Young college trustees
elected Brigham Young president and
Herschel Bullen jr of Richmond sec
retary and treasurer The sale of 1000
acres of college land was authorized
PARK CITYS FOURTH
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Elaborate Programme Has Been Pre I
pared A Snowstorm
Park City July 3The arrangements I
fer the celebration of the 121st anniver
sary of Independence day on Monday
July 5 at Park City are about com i
pleted
Captain W W Hall marshal of the
day has issued the following general
order No1
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ORDER OF PARADE
A battalion of mounted police
Park City Independent band
I Grand Army of the Republic standard
bearer
Fortyfive equestrian ladles repre
senting the 45 states of the Union by
I twos with Miss Maggie Brlnkerhoff as
Utah
I Guests in carriages I
Mayor and city council in carriages
I Arrangements committee
Firemen three companies
Division 43 Western Federation of I
I Miners 600 men in line
Division No I Ancient Order of Hi
bernans not less I than 100 men
Kindergarten float
Park City band
Enterprise ledge No 27 A O U W
Knights of Pythias
Ontario lodge No 1 A O U W 400
men in line
Clerks union
Cigarmakers union
Typographical union
Citizens and business floats
ORDER OF MARCH
The order of march will be given in
front of the Grand Opera House on
Main street at 1030 a m sharp The
procession will move north on Main to
Heber avenue west on Heber avenue
to Park avenue south on Park to the
conjunction of Main street north on
Main street to the Marsac mill yard
where the following exercises will be
hhl
PROGRAMME I I
Invocation Rev Henry B Collier I
Declaration of Independence Rev E
GiI
G Hunt I
Drakes Address to the Flag Pro
fessor John P Meakin I
Oration The Day AVe Celebrate
Hon Orlando W Powers
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ATHLETIC SPORTS i I
At the baseball park commencing
after 1 p m drilling matcn ttouu
handed prize 100 drilling match
single handed l0 I j
One hundred yards 50
sprint pole i I
vaulting 35 running broad jump 15 j
running hop step and jump 5 150
yard dash for local amateurs S10 j i
throwing 16 pound hammer 5 bIcycle I
race half mile 20 baseball Parks vs i
Jubilees purse S100
1 I
Other eents follow in rapid succes i i
eon putting COpound dumb bell 10
the burlesque baseball game promises I I I
to be the funniest event of the day i i I
There will he a tug of war between I I
teams from different mines The con
test must not last longer than 15 min
utes
In addition to the above there are
wheelbarrow races races for boys and i
for girls and boys sack races for boys I
and races for fat men of 200 pounds and I
upwards for which pries ranging from
5 to 10 are provided
The horse racing provision for which I
was attended to today will lie the
colsing event There will be three
I classes to be restricted to Summit and
Wasatch countv horses
First event trotting half mile best
three in five heats entrance fee 250
nurse 510 winner takes purse
Second event half mile running best
two In three heats entrance 2 purse
25 Winner takes purse
Third event onequarter mile run
ning best two in three heats entrance
2 purse 25 winner takes purse
Three horses enter and two to start
Applications to enter must be made to
Charles D Rooklidge before 12 m
Monday July 5 Horses must be on the
ground and subject to call by judges
as early as 6 oclock on the evening of
July 5
SADDENED THE CAMP
The news oftne death of Mrs Cham
bers wife of State Senator Robert C
Chambers has cast a gloom over the
cams The deceased was well known i
here and universally respected She i
was beloved by many a poor widow to I
whom she gav substantial aid when I
she resided at Park City Of her It can I
be truthfully said now that her spirit
has passed to the other shore that to I
help the needy was to her a joyand that
side her pity always leaned to the weaker J
Flairs over the Ontario and Dalv
mines Ontario mill and the M S Asch
heim mercantile establishment are at
half mast since the news of her death
was flashed here yesterday from San
Francisco Her brother W S Tolles
of the Ontario mine left yesterday for
San Francisco The sympathy of this
town goes out in spontaneous unanim
ity to the bereaved husband aged
mother and brother all of whom are
now in San Francisco
OTES AND PERSONALS
I Solon Spiro manager of the M S
Aschheim Mercantile company arrived
home today from Salt Lake
I Thomas Kearns manager of the Sil
ver KInsr is home from Salt Lake
I where he assisted In receiving Hon W
J Swan
I Dan Lambert one of Summit countys
commissioners and his brother J G
Lambert arrived from Salt Lake to
I day
County Attorney Shields ar
I rived home from Echo yesterday
whither he went to prosacute sheep men
I who refused to pay county license The
attorney has his war paint on and de
clares that if the law is constitutional
the sheen men will have to paY
Mr and Mrs Wayne Rose arrived
from Salt Lake this morning
H G Shaer manager of the Nit min
ing group in Sneak creek mining dis
trict is over from Midway He says
that Midway Is putting on metropolitan
airs since the telephone central was
opened up there W V Watkins is in
ch i I
Frank Des Moineaux of Salt Lake I I
who has been in tQwn several days has
returned to Zion >
Mrs F A McCarty and son have j I
gone to Minneapolis lInn to spend
the summer visiting relatives
Mrs Allen Burnett left yesterday for
Ogden where she will be joined by a I I I
ster and then proceed to San Fran
cisco
1 8 and Mrs Marion Hosford have
gone to Oakalnd Cal
Alta Dramer of Salt Lake Is expected I
to make his weekly visit to Park City
tomorrow
A MINER ROBBED
i
While Charles Boden was on shirt last i I
I
night in the Ontario mill some vile mis
creant broke into his room in the mill j I
boarding house and stole 260 which j i
he had secreted in his room under the
bed tick His watch which lay on the I
table was not touched The burglary I
was evidently done by one aware that I
Mr Boden had money Mr Boden 13 a i
hard working Industrious and frugal
man A SNOW STORM
I
The weather here for the past two
days almost convinces one that winter
still lingers in the lap of spring Over
in Bonanza flats the snowfall was two I
inches while outon Scott hill and over
towards Brighton the fall was from
three to six inches
Park City Notice
From and after this date Mr Guy
Shield will have entire charge of all
Herald business in Park City as man
ager of The Heralds Park City bu
reau All mail subscribers receiving
their paper through the Park City post
office wIll hereratter settle with Mr
Shields
Salt Lake City June 8 1897
TilE HERALD CO
COALVILLES NEWS
County Commissioners Meeting
Personal Mentionand News
Coalville July 2The board of coun
ty commissioners adjourned today af
ter disposing of the following business i
Mr Scrioner Unioli Pacific land
agent entered protest to valuation of
Union Pacific lands fn Summit county I
and asked to have unsurveyed lands I
taken from tax roll
Many changes were made In assess I
ments and taxes I
M N Corbett was appointed con
stable for Echo precinct
The appointments ofJ M Faddies
T A White Parley > Neely H O
Young and Percy Stevens as deputy
fish and game wardens were confirmed
Walter M Boyden Frank Evans B
B Copley and Miss Vlnnlei Copley are I
attending summer school at Salt Lake
Lorenzo R Young representing Din
woodeys furniture store was daing
business here today
Mr Woodford a commercial manl
was calling on our merchants today I
The board of equalization was
thronged with vlstors from all parts
of the county during jts three days I
session
4
Mrs T C Smith has gone to the
sick bedside of her sister Mrs C S I
Kimball of Salt Lake who is reprted
very low I
I COURT AT FABMINGTON 4
I Mrs Burtenshaw Secures a Divorce
Damage Case Dismissed
I Farmlngtcn July 3The case of
Edward T Morgan et al against John I
I W Burton occupied most of the time
In Judge Rolapp court here today A
i host of witnesses on both sides were
present Attorney Lessinger repre
1
sented the plaintiffs and E M Allison
I jr appeared for the defendant The
I action came to the district court on
I apjTeal from the justices court of Lay
I ton precinct The plaintiffs brought
I suit to recover damages for grass de
voured and destroyed by defendants
flock of sheep In September 1896 In
the justices court they were awarded
judgment for 1 and costs The defend
ant appealed
I
The trespass was alleged to have
been committed on land neld by plain
tiffs under a contract from the Union
Pacific company arid situated on the
mountain side east of KaysvIIle Judge
Rolapp dismissed the case but in do
ing so he said there was no question
but what a remedy could be had for
the wilful pasturing of sheep on an I
other mans land He could not how
ever accept the contract between
plaintiffs and the Union Pacific com
pany as a title to the land
DIVORCE GRANTED
Amelia Burtenshaw was > today
granted a decree of divorce from
I Stephen Burtenshaw on the grounds of
I idleness profligacy dissipation and
failure to provide Plaintiff was
awarded the custody of the five chil
dren that have been born since the
couple were married in Salt Lake City
on Aug IS 1SSO
FOR THE JUBILEE
Superintendent N T Porter of the
stake Sunday schools has been asked
by the Pioneer Jubilee commjttee to
furnish 500 children between the ages
I of 7 and 14 years to participateIn the
exercises on childrens day during the
I jubilee He will place the matter be
I fore the various schools in the county
tomorrow and expects to report favorably
tnf
I vorably to the committee on Monday
morning The children are to be of
I both sexes the girls to be dressed In
white and the boys In dark pants and
white waists An attendant will be
allowed with each 20 children
CELEBRATIONS
I
Bountiful is preparing to celebrate
i Independence day next Monday Ex
i I ercises will be held In the tabernacle In
the morning The following will be
the programme
I Singing Choir
I InvocationWilliam Waddoups
Oration D O Willey jr
I SelectionBrass band
i Toast C R Jones
DuetAnnie Willey and E Thomas
Declaration I of Independence
i Nellie Rampton
Solo Tilda Thomas
Toast Judson Tolman
RecitationCharles Mabey
Solo Lucy Garrett
Recitation John Piercey
Selection Brass band
Singing and benediction
All kinds of races and amusements
will fill up the afternoon A tug of
war will be one portion of the pro
gramme
CenterviUe will also have a celebra
tion on Monday next It will consist
ton I wi
of an excellent programme in the morn
Ing and sports etc later in the day
N T Porter has been chosen as orator
of the day and some of Centervilles
best talent are to take part in the
morning exercises The Young Ladies
association and the local band have
the matter in charge
Shipwreck on the Lake
Davis County Clipper George Payne
one of the proprietors of the guano
beds and a Mr Simpson arrived home
on Friday in a roundabout way from
Gunnison Island after a sort of a Rob i
inson Crusoe experience on the Great
Salt Lake Messrs Payne and William
Ogden went over to the island a day
or two before with provisions for Mr
Simpson who was over there and dur
ing the night the cable broke letting
the sloop dash against some rock on
the shore disabling her so the two
gentlemen above mentioned crossed
over to the west side of the lake a dis j
tance of about seven miles then walked j
about 40 miles to the Central Pacific
railway where they flagged the train
about four miles west of Kelton and
came into Ogden
Davis County Cheese
Clipper The Hooper Dairy company
has made the big cheese for the manu
facturers float I is about the size
of a wagon wheel and It inches in
depth weighing about 700 pounds
Accident at Kamas
Kamas Jvly 2Reuben Wolsten
I holme while coming from Lamberts
I sawmi with a load of lumber yester
day met with a sad accident in corn
ing down the Soapstone hill His
wheelers got entangled in the stretch
ers scaring the leaders causing them
to run The wheel of the wagon broke
down throwing Mr Wolstenholme
from the load and breaking his log
just above the ankle
An Indian Funeral
Salina Press A Press aader as Es I
calante writes us that on last Sunday
the dead body of an old Indian was
fished out of Birch creek near that
place Other Indians took charge of
the corpse dressed it In a white shirt
and blue overalls and then had some
funeral ceremonies that were startling I
and unique All the personal effects p i
of the deceased were burned and a I
dog was killed and buried with the i j
corpse About all the people of Es
calarrte witnessed the ceremonies
ceremones I
Elsinora Wool Shipments I 1
Southern Censor Elsinore depot I
has been a busy wool market this year
Ten full cars containing 274745 pounds
and 35C60 pounds in less than carload
lots have been shipped away 200000
pounds more will be shipped durIng
the summer I
KHiLED THREE BATTLERS I I
Feat of a Heber City ManWasatch I
County News I
Wasatch Wave While John Clegg
was in search o stock in the Center II
creek hills the other dav he came
across and killed three large rattle I
snakes one of which had just finished
i
ff lh dg
swallowing rel a full grown ground squir I
relJ C Lambert the popular Kamas
lumber dealer had the misfortune to
have the last three fingers almost en
tirely severed from his left hand one
day last week by a cutoff saw which
he was using at his mill The saw cut
diagonally across the back of the hand
from the first finger but left the skin
whole on the under side The wound
was put together and sewed up and
every effort possible will be Introduced
to save the fingers 11 Lambert had
I a narrow escape from bleeding to death
before medical aid could arrive
The articles of Incorporation of the
Wasatch creamery have been filed for
record In the recorders office and the
officers are qualifying The company
has a capital stock as Is well known of
7000 10 per cent of which Is fully
paid up and everything Is moving along
smoothly As soon as all the officers
qualify a meeting of the board of di
rectors will be held at which steps will
be taken toward the purchase of a
plant I is now a well established fact
I Drowned in Sand Creek
Special to The Herald
Cheyenne Wyo July Edward
Webster aged 20 a drowned in Sand
creek near Beulah Thursday night De
ceased was sleeping In a cabin near the
creeks banks which was swept away by
a waterspout The body was found a
I mile down the creek
I CALIFORNIAS SENSATION
I M Bradbury and Her Paramour in
Trouble
San Francisco July 3Mrs Brad
bury the wife of a Los Angeles millionaire
lionaire who eloped with H R Ward
now talks freely of her escapade She
and Ward have taken rooms In a lodg
ing house in the Tenderloin district
and after ordering a meal from a
French restaurant she said
You may call this either a love
match or a scandal I prefer to call It
a romance Colonel Bradbury was a
kind husband but I have happiness
with Mr Ward He can support me
and I have no fear of desertion
Mrs Bradbury denies that she
I I pawd all her jewelry but confesses
to a shortage of ready money She
I proposes to have a good time and
seems surprised that her capitalist
I husband has not pursued her Mr
Ward prefers not to talk about his
I wife and children who are now abroad
I They registered as ilr and Mrs
Willis of Nevada They were however
I recognized and requested to vacate
their apartments at an hours notice
and left there ostensibly to catch a
train Instead of leaving the city they
I repaired to Merchands restaurant and I
remained until the evening papers ap
peared when they learned to their dis
may that the officers of the Society for
the Prevention of Vice contemplated
their arrest upon the charge of adul
tery
This announcement occasioned a i
flurry but before the couple could for I
I mulate any plans Mrs Bradbury a
arrested by Secretary Kane of the Society I
I
ciety for the Prevention of Vice at the I
I restaurant while Ward was scouring i
the city In search of rooms Mrs
I Bradbury took her arrest quietly but I
was evidently completely taken by
surprise at the turn events had taken I
Late this I afternoon W Russell Ward
was also I arrested by an officer of the I
society for the prevention of vice for
p alleged violation of the seventh com
mandment Ward was furious at his I
arrest denouncing the officer and the
society in vigorous terms Mrs Brad I
bury who has throughout displayed
much less nervousness than her com
panion was pale but selfcontained I
making little comment and giving no i
i evidence of a disposition to resort to I
womans tears The pair were taken
to the city prison and alter some little
I delay obtained their release ca bail
Mrs Bradbury was liberated first and I
I immediately drove down alone to the
Western Union Telegraph company
poeJeg hdf f I
where she composed and dispatched
I several messages with businesslike
precision She was heavily veiled as
she walked from her carriage to the
telegraph office but when she wrote
her telegrams she raised her veil and
the telegraph clerks remarked on the
absence of perturbation After Ward
I was arrested an attempt was made to
Interview him but he was not willing
to make any statement He tried to
maintain an air of nonchalence but it I
was by a visible effort and when he
was informed that Colonel Bradbury
was coming to San Francisco on his
way east Ward could not control his
I evident uneasiness although he Is cul
tivating an attitude of bravado Neither
I Ward nor Mrs Bradbury would dis
cuss their plans or tuiie movements
MKINLEY AT CANTON
Met at His Hoe by Thousands of
People
Canton 0 July 3President Mc
Kinley and party reached the city on
the 1030 train and were met at the
depot by the citizens en masse The
large proportion of the populace
marched in a parade to receive and
escort the party bands militia com
panies old soldiers and the organiza
tions of the late campaign being con
spicuous The crowd almost equalled
that of the first of March when the
president departed for the inaugura
tion The president and his party were
the guests of Superintendent Starr of
the Pennsylvania lines on the daylight
ride from Pittsburg this morning Al
though the McKinleys traveled quietly
on a regular train thousands of peo
ple gathered at nearly every station
At Alliance and Salem the crowds were
particularly large The president unat
tended went to the rear nlatform and
shook hands with hundreds of his old
congressional district constituents
Men women and children clamored on
to the platform and many reached into
the car windows to get a grasp of the
presidents hand Eighteen miles from
home at Alliance the Canton recep
tion committee headed by Judge Bald
win and a dozen others boarded the
train At Canton the crowd was so
great the police patrol was kept busy
making way from the station platform
to the carriages The organized parade
of citizens and military marshaled by
Captain Harry Frease moved promptly
through the streets with the stars and
stripes displayed from nearly every
window of the mile march to the home
of the presidents mother Here Judge
Baldwin delivered an address of wel
come to which the president responded
briefly
Both Major and Mrs McKinley oked
in better health that when leaving
Canton in March
The Jam about the home of r
Nancy Allison McKinley was terrific
I The crowd surged about the yard In
the intense heat
I
The beautiful lawn about the modest
home was nearly laid waste before the
president had greeted his happy mother
I
er now at the age of 8
The band played Home Sweet
I Home and Judge Baldwin said
Mr President your old friends and
neighbors have assembled to give you
gve
I a warm and heartfelt greeting upon
your return to their midst and your
Inauguration as president of the great
est nation upon the face of the earth
They realize what you have accom
plished they realize what you now
represent and they now realize fully
the vicissitudes through which you
have passed to reach your present ex
alted position They understand just
as thoroughly that you have the same
feeling of regard for your old friends
that you had when you dwelt with us
in the common walks of life Believing
that you still feel the same regard for
them they come out to see you ex
pressing to you by their presence their
great love and regard for you and ex
tending to you the warmest welcome 1
of their hearts
President McKinley amid a storm of t
applause responded
Judge Baldwin and my Fellow CHI
zens I am glad to meet you all It
has been to me a great pleasure to
return to my old home and that pleas
ure has been greatly enhanced by the
warm and generous reception accorded
to me by my friends and neighbors
There is no place in this wide world so
dear to me as Canton Great applause i
And there Is no place anywhere be
neath the sun like home A voice
God bless you and cheers I am i
glad to meet and to greet you here I
today I thank my old friend Judge
Baldwin for the gracious words he
has spoken In your behalf In giving me
welcome and I trust that during my
brief stay here I shall have the pleasure
ure of seeing very many of you per
sonally and I want you to know that
I have looked forward with unalloyed
pleasure to my 48 hours here at m
old home surrounded by myoid
friends Great applause I thank
you
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A Important Function Stimulated
The kidneys exercise most Import
ant functions which are so wearisome
that they tax to the utmost the
strength and endurance of these busy
little organs Every breath every pul
I sation of the heart every movement
I of a limb every thought maKes waste r
and necessitates the development of 1
I new atoms The used up particles In
the blood are sifted from it and dissolved
f
I e1o in a watery fluid by the kid
i neys which then discharge this fluid
into the bladder A train of disasters
I to the system would follow If these
I ashes so to speak were not thor
I oughly strained off and discharged
This Is the case when the kidneys be
come inactive Hostellers Stomach Bit
ters by restoring their activity not
only keeps open a most Important out
let for Impurities but prevents diseases
of the kidneys themselves which when
inert become liable to fall a prey to
diabetes Brights disease mephitis al
bumanuria and other maladies special
ly incident to them which although
not specially rapid In their progression
are particularly obstinate and fatal
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Cold Beverages Arc Injurious
A word should perhaps b said a to j
the unwholesomeness of the extremely
cold water te leona < and other 4
liquids which are so extensively used
throughout the United States writes
Mrs S T Rorer in the July Ladies
Home Journal These cold drinks reduce
tho temperature of the stomach thereby
checking dsestlon and for this reason
should be avoided during or immediately
after meals It cannot be denied that
nd 1
b te
one may become a toper on nonIntoxi
cants as well a Intoxicants and that It
Is very easy to create a strong desire for
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frequent draughts of any pleasant cold
drink Where perspiration flows freely
the effect Is leas serious but in most
cases tie tree use 01 com uruimiif ui s
turbs tho stomach and I would ho I
much better if they were entirely given
up Teach your little ones as well as
yourself to be satisfied with water at a
temperature of 5 decrees and to limit
the amount of sweet drinks taken II
the evening and possibly between meals
one might indulge now and then in a
glass ot lemonade orangeade or currant
I punch For a tennis party the various
mixtures like Oriental punches will ap
I pease the thirst and Iced chocolate served
at luncheon Is certainly an agreeable food
as well as a pleasant drink Cafe frappe
I comes under the same head
I
i Uncle Sams Great Land Possessions
The area of the United States Is
I 3025COO square miles with Alaska It Is J
3C02500 souare miles equal to the area
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of all Europe with Italj and Turkey ex
cented writes William George Jordan on
II The Greatest Nations on Earth in tho
July Lu des Home Journal Terns Its
I largest state is 212 times the size of Rhode
i Island Texas might Invite every man
woman and child now living In the world
to settle within its territory offering each
I Individual a plot of ground 49 lO feet
The stole would not b really crowded
Te
I for each lndidual would have four
I times the space taken by each person in
1 New York city England Ireland Scot
I land Wnles Italy and Portugal could
i be transplanted to Texas and there would
I still be room for a good sized promenade
where curious Americans could walk
while studying this bit of Europe Three
of the e ttle ranches of TeSM cove is
i much territory as the Sandwich Islands
which vc were to annex four years
I ago l
I A Gay Deceiver
I New York Press I just know my
1 husband has been doing something terrible
ble sobbed the Sea Serpent
I The Octopus sought to console her
I Today he said he gussed hed like to
o down to Ocean Grove this season
Why that
i His hypocrisy made her Indignant
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