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I I brokers Yor Lead Silver Sitversr Copper e A chal1ge 59c 15c 15 380 S cperounce per R per 3t7 Coa c ounce ounceCopper pound IprIce price 0 S3S7U New Yort New I THE SALT SAL T LAKE R ERAL E RALDC RALDCTWETYNINTR D Fair Forecast Warmer for fo Salt Eake w wTWENTYNINTH Today Is IsFair IsI I
Cattolie Dignitary is Entertained d by Prominent ProminentPeople ProminentPeople t tPeople
People of Salt Lake la LakeSpends e eSpeIius i iSpenas
Spends the Bay Driving About the City Visfflri Visiting Places of ofInterest QfInterestIs ofInterestIs
Interest InterestIs Is Well Pleased P eased
Monsignor Sebastian Seba tlan Martinelli the thepapal theparmi theauthority
papal delegate ete in America Ameri the highest highestauthority highestauthority
authority in spiritual affairs in the theCatholic theCatholic theCatholic
Catholic church in this country hu hascome hucome hucome
come and gone carrying with him on onhis onhis onhis
his journey to the east the godspeed godspeedof odspeedof
of all who had the great pleasure of ofmeeting ofmeeting I
meeting him here and of the thousands thousandsof
of his church people scattered through throughout throu h hout ¬
out the intermountain region who are areinterested tIJeinterestid re reInterested
interested in his cause but who could couWnot couldnot couldT
T not be present at his reception In Zion ZionThe Zlo1lThe ZISLThe
The train upon which the distinguish distinguished k kisitor ¬
ed visitor arrived from Ogden was three
hours late and this made an entlrelr entlrelrnew entlNtynew entIre entIrenew
new programme necessary ne < essary Monsignor MonsignorMartinelli MonsignorMartinelli MonsignorMartinelli
Martinelli was accompanied from Oar Oarden Qrden Qgden
den by Bishop Scanlan the Rev Fath Father ¬
er Cushnahan of Ogden and the Rev RevDr RevDr RevDr
Dr Rooker the delegates private sec secretary seeretary e eretary ¬
retary They were met at the train by
Governor Wells Mayor Thompson ThompsonThomas ThompsonThomas n nThomas
Thomas Kearns Joseph Geoghegan and aJndJohn IindJohn andS
S John C Lynch The party drove rap raprrom r rapL p I I
L idly to the residence of Bishop Scanlan Scanlanfrom Scnlancf
cf from there to the old St Anns orphan orphanage orphanage orphanage ¬
age where the children were all drawn drawnup dnLwhup
up to receive them themThe themThe themThe
The next stop was wa ras made at t the Holy
tion of ofthe the United States our motto is isever isev isever
ever ev r the t e same SilmePro Pro Deo pro patria patriaIt
It Is I fitting fittf g that the papal see the thecenter thecenter thecenter
center Christianity should be repre represented represented represented ¬
sented in our country count where the Cath Catholic Cathltc Catholic ¬
olic ltc population Is so great and the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church so progressive progre siye and we congrat congratulate congratulate ¬
ulate ourselves on having in your ex excellency excelleftcylUt exceilency ¬
cellency celleftcylUt a papal delegate such a wor worthy worthy worthy ¬
thy successor to his eminence Cardinal CardinalSatolli CardinalSatolU CardinalSatolli
Satolli whom it was our ur pleasure to towelcome towelCQme towelcQmetp
welcome welcQmetp t tp Zion several years ago agoGreetings agoGr agoGreetings
Greetings Gr etiugs From Catholics CatholicsIn
In conclusion let us express the thehope thehope
hope > e that you OU will caro away with withyou withyou
you kindly thoughts of Utah and its itspeople itspeople
people and id that you Will send career careeringr careerinwover careerIng
ingr inwover over the mountains and plains plainsacross plainsaCJ0 plainsacross
across aCJ0 8 rivers and seas whispering whisp ring into intothe Intothe
the ear of the Illustrious successor in inthe Inthe
the chair of Peter greetings from his hischildren hischildren hischildren
children in the Mormon capital capitalgreet capitalgreetings lgreet lgreetInes greet greetings ¬
ings of loyalty and love loveIn loveIn
In response to this address Monsignor MonsignorMartinelli MonsignorMartinelli
Martinelli spoke v very ry briefly and with withdeep wIthdeep
deep feeling He tanked the bishop for forthe forthe
the opportunity of seeing the Catho CathoHc CathoIc
Hc l c institutions in tttut10ns of the city eft The love of ofGod ofGod ofGod
God and home ome he said was the prin principle principle prlnciple ¬
ciple upon which the church was wasfounded wasfounded wasfounded
founded No man could be loyal to his
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + If + + + + + + + + + 1 + + + to +
Cross hospital which was nicely dec decorated deeorated c corated ¬
orated for the occasion oeca ion Heretfche Her N1e he vis visitors visitors viaitors ¬
itors were most cordially received and andwere andere andwere
were ere conducted through the wards for forthe forthe forthe
the sick sickFrom sickFrom sickFrom
From here the party partyU was driven to toAll toAll toAll
All Hallows college where the boys boyswere bopwere boyswere
were lined up to give them a salute and andwhere andwhere andwhere
where the college band rendered a se selection selectIon seleccion ¬
lection in honor of the visit vl lt The stops stopsat stoJBat stopsat
at each of these places was very brief briefbecause brietbecaWie briefbecause
because of the lateness of the train trainLuncheon trainLuncheon trainLuncheon
Luncheon at Alta Club ClubFrom ClubFrom ClubFrom
From All Hallows the party was driv driven driven drlven ¬
en to the Alta club where luncheon luncheonwas
was wa va provided by Thomas Kearns Those Thosewho Th08ewho Thosewho
who sat down to lunch were Governor GovernorHeber GovernorHeber GovernorHeber
Heber M Wells Mayor Ezra Thomp Thompson ¬
son Monsignor Mon tgnor Martinnelli Bishop BishopScanlan BIShopScanlan BishopScanlan
Scanlan the Rev Dr Rooker Father FatherCushnahan FatherCushnahan FatherCushnahan
Cushnahan Father Larkin W S MQ MQCornick MQCornick MgCorniek
Cornick Joseph Jos < ph Geoghegan William WilliamIgleheart VTll1iaIIgleheart WilliamIgleheert
Igleheart O J Salisbury SalisburyP P H Lan Lannan IAftn LanlThn
nan n n David Keith Thomas Kearns KearnsGeorge KearnsGeorge KearnsGeorge
George W Y Keil James Ivers C C CGoodwin CGoodwin CGoodwin
Goodwin and John C Lynch The Theluncheon TheJuncheon Theluncheon
luncheon was thoroughly informal and andthere andthere andthere
there were no speeches but it was wasmost 9 9most am
most m st enjoyable affair to all who parti participated parUdpated participated ¬
cipated The Th tables were loaded down downwith downwith downwith
with beautiful beau fu flowers and the menu menuwas monuW88 menuwas
was the very best that the Alta Altaclub Altaclubchef club clubchef clubchef
chef could provide provideThe provideThe
1 The public blic reception in honor of the thedelegate thedelegate thedelegate
delegate followed It was held at the thehome tbehome thehome
home of Bishop Scanlan after the lunch lunchand Junchand lunchand
and was quite largely attended by the theprominent theprominent theprominent
prominent Catholic people of the city cityWhen c1t c1tVhen cityWhen
When the hour arrived Father Keenan Keenaharose Keenanarose Keena Keenaarose
arose and on behalf of the clergy and andpeople andpeople andpeople
people addressed the delegate as fol follows follows follows ¬
Greeting to Delegate DelegateYour DelegateYour DelegateYour
Your Excellency ExcellencyOur Our Right RI ht Rever Reverend Revernd Reverend ¬
end nd Bishop the Reverend Fathers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the church and the Catholic people pe ple in ingeneral ingeneral ingeneral
general greet gr > t > t you They rejoice in this thisyour thisour thisyour
your our first visit to Salt Lake City and andbid a andbid d dbid
bid you a thousand welcomes As pa papal papal papal ¬
pal delegates the representative pre enttlve in the theUnited thenited theinited
United nited States of the great and illustri illustrious Hlustrious illustrious ¬
ous Pontiff Pope Leo XIII vicar nf nfChrist 1fChrist ifChrist
Christ whom thinkers love as the swee sweesoul SWePt SWePtsoul sweetsoul
soul and tender heart the master mInd mincjthe mIndthe mindthe
the finished scholar and the wis wise and andfarseeing andtarseelng andfarseeing
farseeing statesman and who has ha en endeared enileared enileared ¬
ileared himself to the American people peopleby p peonloby oile oiley
by y many thoughttul and loving acts actsspecially actslspecia1ly actsspecially
lspecia1ly specially in his writings and his teach teachiigs tMchngs
6 iigs gs we welcome you youApart youAp youApart
Apart Ap rt from your exalted office we weecognlzt weecognl2f weeeognIZt
ecognlzt in you the loyal and devoted devotedpriest devotedpriest devoteddrIest
priest of the august and apostolic apostolicchurch apostoltechurch apostolicchurch
church the unyielding friend of reli religious relfious rellious ¬
gious ious education the tried and true ser servant serart er erant ¬
ant of God and humanity and there therefore thereor therefore ¬
fore or the hierarchy h and Catholic people peopleof
of Utah feel cheered and encouraged encouragedat
at your coming comingLoyal comingLoyal
Loyal to Church ChurchfWhile Churchhi1e
4 fWhile While hi1e we are few in numbers and andScattered andeattered
Jeattered Scattered we are nevertheless as loyal loyalto lo l lto
to the principles of the mother church churchas
as any an of her children loyal to the holy holyfather hfJlyfather holyfather
father loyal to y yaur ur excellency loyal loyalto
to the bishop and the th constituted au authorities authorities ¬ I
thorities of our church at the same sametime nametime I Itime
time living at peace with our neighbors neighborsand neighborsand
and fellow citizens not of our religious religiousbelief re1lglousbelief religiousbelief I
belief but who however share the thesame theame theame
ame kindly and Christianlike feeling feelingtoward feelingtoward
toward us usHere usHere usHere I
Here in this mountain country in inthe inthe inthe
the state of Utah dotted dottt > d over with the thehappy thehapp thehapiY
happy homes and contented people peoplestrong peoplestrong peoplestrong
strong under the frlds of the stars and andstripes andstrtpes antistripes
stripes we enjoy the full measure of ofreligious oflel1gious ofreligious
religious and civil liberty and as asAmerican ftSAmerican s sAmerican
American citizens c lizens bearing in one hand handthe handthe
the cross and In the other the constitu J IS
country who wl wu not loyal to his hischurch hischurcb hischijrch
church ReliiTion R lfi ion education and devo devotion devotion dovotloit ¬
tion to home homeand and country he thought thoughtshould thoughtshould thoughtshould
should go hand han in hand handWhen handWhen handWhen
When the archbishop 8r hbishop had ceased ceasedspeaking ceasedllpeaklnlf ceasedspeaking
speaking those axo assembled filed past pastbowed pastbowed pastbowed
bowed and an4 an4kIssed kissed the ring upon hid hidfinger hj hjfinger hitsfinger
finger the symbol of his spiritual au authority authority authorlty ¬
thority The distinguished d churchman churchmanstood churchmant churchmanstood
t stood upon a dais and by his side sidethroughout sidethrou sidethroughout
throughout throu hout the reception stood Bishop
Scanlan The delegate greeted the peo people peopie peepie ¬
pie with grave dignity and a very en engaging engaging engaging ¬
gaging smile smileHe smileHe smileHe
He is not a large man but has that thatair thatair thatair
air of command and refinement that thatwould thatwouldlngle thatwould
would wouldlngle single him out as a man of im importance imrtance impenance ¬
penance rtance in any gathering
Monsignor is Pleased PleasedMonsignor PleasedJdon Pleasedion5lgnor
Monsignor Jdon ignor Martinelli was deeply deeplymoved deeplymoved deeplymoved
moved by his reception here He would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be interviewed on subjects in gen generaliving general generalIvlng
eraliving eral vlng as his excuse that he did didnot didnot didnot
not care to express himself on Import Important important important ¬
ant topics topicain in a language which he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not thoroughly familiar He said at the thesame theaamp thesame
same time with a twinkle in his eye eyethat ey eythat >
that If the reporter would talk to him himin himilJ himIi
in Ii Italian he ie e would be pleased to give givehim givehim givehim
him opinions The visitor was free to toexpress toexpress
express his appreciation of the beauty beautyof
of Salt Lake his pleasure at the pro progress progrea progrea ¬ I
grea being ing made by his church here hereand herend hereand
and nd the warm reception he had re received reived reeIlve ¬
ceived eIlveT11 ived ivedTh
i iThe
The Th R Rev v F F Z Rooker the secretary
to the delegate was not averse to totalking totalking totalking
talking This gentleman is a thorough thoroughAmerican thoroughAmeriean thoroughAmerican
American wellinformed broad minded mindedand mindedand mindedand I
and scholarly 3Cho rI He comes of a family of ofnewspapermen ofnewspapermen ofnewspapermen
newspapermen he was born in Albany I
N Y and did some good newspaper newspaperwork newspaperwork newspaperwork
work before entering upon his life lifework Ufework lifework
work in the church He spent six years yearsin yearsin yearsIn
in the American college In Rome as a astudent astudent astudent
student and six more as a teacher He Hebecame Hebeeame Hebeeame
beeame a great reot favorite with the Pope Popeand PopeI Popeand
I and lias always been a man of influ influence In1luenee infiuence ¬
ence in church affairs affairsPolicy affairsPolicy affairsPolicy
Policy of the Vatican VaticanAsked VaticanAsked VaticanAsked
Asked as to the important church churchquestions churchquestions churchquestions
questions coming up in the > Philip Philippines Phmppines Philippines
pines aad Cuba CU Dr Rooker said The Thepolicy Thepolicy Thepolicy
policy of C the Vatican is to let every man manattend manattend manattend
attend to his own business The Phil Philippines Phillltpinea PhilIppines ¬
ippines Cuba and Porto Rica have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been placed In charge of Archbishop
Chapelle of New Orleans as extraor extraordinary extraordlnary extraortilnary ¬
dinary delegate We know only what whatwe whatwe
we see in the paper of the troubles in inthose inthose Inthose
those islands islandsWe islandsWe ialandWe
We have found the church in a afourishing afourishing
fourishing 1 > condition everywhere we wehave wehave wehave
have gone gOne line institutions Institutl ns are spring
lag up In all communities and the peo peoie peopIe peopie
pIe > ie are loyal and zealous The church churchIs
Is growing we lose many good church churchpeople churchpeople churchpeqple
people out in these sparsely settled settledstates settledstates
sw states s but we are gaining far more moretb morethan morethan
tb than n we toee keThe toeeThe eo eoThe
The doctor was charmed with Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and the reception he and his su superlfcr superI superlbr
perlfcr were given The luncheon was wasa
a gem he said the nicest thing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the kind we have experienced It was wasperfect wasperfect wasperfect
perfect and could not have been im improved Improved improved ¬
proved upon The delegate d leg8te expressed expressedhimself expressedhlmse1i expressedhimself
himself to me as being deeply surprised surprisedwith surprisedwith surprisedwith
with the beartty bBlL beattt ty y of Salt Lake and the themagnificent theDlagnUJcenf themagnificent
magnificent showing being made by the theCatholic theCatholic
Catholic people of the community communityDuties communityDuties
Duties of the theDel Delegate DelegateMonsignor DelegateMonsignor gate gateJonslgnor
Monsignor Martinellis duties1 duties are areprincipally areyrlncipaIIy areirIncipaliy
principally to settle difficulties that thatarise thatarise thatarise
arise froimtlme to time Um in the church churchhe
he is i in a measure a final judge in such suchmatters suchmatters suchmatters
matters He Is not in line of promotion promotionto
to the papacy in the event of Pope PopeContinued PopeContinued PopeContinued
Continued on Page 2
Clever Ruse Bus Adopted to toEJiule toE toEiu1e
EJiule E tlle Officers OfficersSEEN Offic rs rsSEEN
Moab Posse Starts St rts Out nt to Inter Intercept InterCelt InteiI ¬
I Celt cei Them ThemThree eni eniThree
4 4Three
Three Hen Men4 HeavilyArmed Heavilr ed1 Crossed Crossedthe Crossedthe Crossedthe
the Railroad Rai road Track 1ack Near Cisco Ciscoand Ciscoand
I and Avoided the Town TownUnless TownUnlessI TownUnlessIntercepted Unless UnlessIntercepted
I Intercepted by Posse P Pqsse s 0r From rom m Moab Moabit oab oabit
< it Will t3e Be Impossible ImpOf si le to Head HeadThem Headhe1l Headhern
Them he1l Off O 0ffPosse Posse X Leayes L aes ves Vernal VernalI VernalFor
I For or Browns Park ParkSptd ParkS ParkSacia1
Sptd S Sacia1 t tQ tQTh Th Theflrald TheflraldThompson Herald HeraldThompsons B Jld JldThompsonsljtah
Thompson Thompsonsljtah UtahMay ay 2 29 29Informa 29Information Informa Information Iniorma Iniormation ¬
tion was r received eived at thisplace late this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon that th tthree three mfin mtin heavily arm armed armed armed ¬
ed crossed the Rio RioGrande Grande Western Westernrailway Westefnrailway Westernrailway
railway one on one mile east of of Cisco gping gpingsouth gpingsouth gpingsouth
south late yesterday esterdayaf afternoon rnoon Cisco Ciscois I
is about half way between here and the theColorado theColorado
Colorado state sta te line A good description descriptionof descriPt ion ionof I
I of them could not be gotten as the par parties parties parties ¬
ties who saw them wee WH a a mile away awayEverything awayEyerything awayEverything
Everything indicates that they are the theoutlaws theoutlaws theoutlaws
outlaws wantedas wanted vant as all sheep herders herdersand herdersand J
and others that go near Cisco stop
there for water and supplies s ppUes and a nd it was wasexpected wasexpected
expected that these men would but I
they gave the town a wide berth
When Then the outlaws passed Turners Turnersranch Turnersranch
ranch they had h d six horses horseshaving having turn turned tUrned turned ¬
ed the others oth rs loose presumably to tomake tomake tomake
make as few tracks as possible When Whengoing Whengoing Whengoing
going through t rough Cisco th they y had only
three horses horsesAs horsesAs horsesAs
As soon as the information was re received receiyed received ¬
ceived here a telephone message was wassent wassent wassent
sent to Moab a posseof three men un ¬
der derJ J M Cunningham Cunninghamwassoo was soon form formed formed ¬
ed and nd they are now nov on the trail hop ¬
ing to head them off or follow if they
have passed passedAs passed4t
As the th desperado desperadggove gove out the in ¬
formation forrimtl m at TurnfiTs Turn i s ranch that they
were going north it is naturally sup ¬
posed that they intended to double
back on their tracks In order to throw
the posses off the track trac tracThe
The outlaws are supposed to be from
Arizona and as the trail taken by
these the men leads back to that country
it furthers the belief that these t ese parties
are the outlaws wanted W4 ted If they are not
caught before qey iey get sev seventy 1ty 6r or
eighty mites milesSotffklt sotftfclt soth lt WUfbe wilI lUbe be almost 1m 1mpesslble jmpQij6ble ImpasebIe
pesslble to g gt t them th as a the mountains mo ntains
ht that section are Very ry rough and a
few f men with a little food can stand ¬
off a large number for fora a long longtime time
Some menalso left here fdr fd Cisco In
order to take up the trail there and
overtake them If possible possibleHorse possibleHors possibleHorse
Horse Turned Loose LooseThe LooseThe LooseThe
The chase after the outlaws that
murdered Sheriff Tylerand Tyler and Sam Jen ¬
kins promises to be the most excit ¬
ing that has ha occurred in the state staterfor for <
many yearsA years J A small sin n bay baymare mare answer ¬
ing the description of one Q e of o the horses
with the three men at Turners ranch
a few hours after the murder was
found tonight by the operator of the
R G W railway at Westwater about
forty miles east of here or about fif ¬
teen miles east of ofwhere where the three men
crossed the R G W railway late yes ¬
terday afternoon The mare was al ¬
most completely exhausted showing
that she had been ridden hard and then
turned loose and was hunting water
There remains no doubt but what
the men that thatmurdered murdered Tyler and Jen ¬
kins are Arizona outlaws A letter was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received at Moab today from a sheriff sheriffm
m In Arizona giving a full description of
the five outlaws wanted In that state
for the murder of two men members membersof
of posses that were after them There Theres
is s a arewad reward of 5000 now out in that
1 the outlaws These out ¬
laws divided before they arrived at i
Moab three threeJ of them coming through
Moab last Wednesday WednesdayS
S The descriptions descritions given by the sheriff
tally exactly with the three that went
through the town of ofltloab Moab Ioab and they
rode the same horses The brands br nds on
them compare exactly A man from
Moab rode with the three outlaws from rom
Moab to where the road crosses
Grand river rh er He suspected there was wassomething wassomething wassomething
something wrong and went with them
for the purpose of examirig the horses
The marks on them are identical If the
Arizona sheriff had notified officers at
Moab by telegraph instead of letter letterthey l letterthey tter tterthey
they could easily have h vebeen been captured
before they had added more murders murdersto
to their list and saved sav d the lives of the themurdered themurdered themurdered
murdered men menMore menMore menMore
More posses are beirtg formed every
hour and all avenues of f escape are be ¬
ing guarded guardedTwo guardedTwo
Two More in San Sa Juan JuanLater JuanLaterOn JuanLate
Later LaterOn Late One On of the party or five from
Arizona for whom the reward of 5000 OOO
is offered in that state was seen seen near nearLisbon nearLisbon nearLisbon
Lisbon springs San Juan county this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning by Oscar Elmer who just j st ar arrived arrIved arrived ¬
rived at this place He was Vas coming up
to Nipples Cross road at that place He Hewas Hewas
was very heavily armed and a very veryrough veryrough veryrough I
rough Joking lokingocharacter pcharacter He claimed claim d he hewas hewas j
was going to his partner up in the thecliffs thecliffs thecliffs
cliffs These es two men are evidently
the two melt mex ± that separated from the theother theother theother
other three that killed Sheriff Tyler Tylerand Tylerand Tylerand
and Deputy Jenkins It appears that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their horses gave out and could not nottravel nottravel nottravel
travel fast enough to keep up with withthe withthe withthe
the other three that passed through
Moab last Wednesday camping on Hill Hillcreek Hillcreek Hillcreek
creek Saturday noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The route taken by the three that thatpassed thatpassed thatpassed
passed through thro gh < Cisco last night would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take them to the tWo men seen this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning They were evidently dodging dodgingthe
the officers in Arizona When seen by
Tyler and Jenkins they supposed they theywere theywere theywere
were attempting their arrest and are arenow arenow arenow
now heading for some retreat in Ari ArizonaThe Arizon AnzontL ¬
zonaThe zon zontL The horse ridden by the outlaw outlawat putl utlawat w wat
at Lisbon Springs rings was very much muchjaded J1uchjaded uch uchjaded
jaded and could only travel slowly slowlyPOSSE slowlyPOSSE slowlyPOSSE
Started to Intercept Outlaws Outlaws at atBrowns atBrowns atBrowns
Browns Browns ParkSpe Park ParkVernal ParkSpeQaIto
Spe SpeQaIto Jalto Thct 1J Beraid BeraidVernal ld ldVernal
Vernal Vernaliff UtAh 1y peputy Deputy Slier Sheriff Slier1ff
iff Joe Tolliver received a at legram t yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday fromSheriff from Sheriff Preece Pree econtaining econtainingthe e containing containingthe
the news of the killing of Sheriff Tyler Tylerand TYlerand Tylerand
and deputy on Hill creek last Satuf Satufrtnir Saturday Satuiday
day rtnir TVin The diipatchstatedthat dIpateh Horvotli cfnfn stated < 3 tht + tiof thE th + Vin out outlaws outlaws i ilaws
laws were hftaded fdr the Whiteriver Whiterivercountry White river rivercountry rivercountry
country andrequested and requested that thata a posse be besent besent besent
sent out to Iptercept them Tolliver at atonce atonee atonce
once organized organi ed a posse posseanIett Japtl iand left le t here hereIContjnued h hereContjnuedonPage re reContlnued
IContjnued ContjnuedonPage on Page 2J 2 j
Board of Inqiiiry 11lqu IIlffTlilyEejectS lYoRejects ejects 50 50pi 50I 50pt 50ok7L
Prospects Are That Future Shiploads ShiploadsWill ShiploaciWill Ship1oa Ship1oaWill
Will Be Landed at Victoria So SoThat SoThat SoThat
That the Orientals Od ntals tals 1ray tay ay Be 3e Quiet Quietly QuietlySmuggled QuietlySmuggled ¬
ly lySmuggled AcrossMthe 4 rosSthe Border BorderTacoma J3orderTacoma
4 S
Tacoma Wash May29 May29A May 29A A special specialboard speci specialboard l lboard
board of inquiry composed of Collec Collector Collector Collector ¬
tor W A Falrweatherchairman Fa1rwea herfchalrman Dep Deputy Deputy Deputy ¬
uty Collector S W De Lacy and an Robert RobertWatchorn RobertWatchorn RobertWatchorn
Watchorn special spe L supervising immi immigration immigration 1mm 1mmgratlon ¬
gration inspector who is in Tacoma Tacomarom Tacoma1rom TacomaI
1rom I rom Washington for the express pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of inquiring into the sudden im immigration 1mmigration immigration ¬
migration of Japanese r pane e to this coast coastworked coastworked coastworked
worked from 7 oclock oolocklast last night until untilmidnight unUlmIdnight untilmidnight
midnight passing upon seventyone seventyoneJapanese seventy seventyoneJapanese one oneJupanese
Japanese who had been rejected by Im Immigration Immigration Immigration ¬
migration Inspector Walker alIter on the thesteamship Utesteamship thesteamship
steamship Glenogle Out Outof of this num number number numher ¬
ber the board rejected rejectedfltty fifty of them themoutright themoutright themoutright
outright This is by far the largest largestnumber largestnumber largestnumber
number ever rejected out of a single singleshipment singleshipment singleshipment
shipment to the sound soundNineteen soundNineteen soundNineteen
Nineteen of the remaining twenty twentyone
one were allowed to land only when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Japanese consul gve g ve his guarantee guaranteethat guaranteethat guaranteethat
that they would obtain otit in employment employmentwithin employmentwithin employmentwithin
within the next sixty days Some of the thefifty thefifty thefifty
fifty Japanese were wer barred because they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had infectious diseases One had con consumption consumption consumption ¬
sumption Others were kept out be because because because ¬
cause it appeared thatthey that they were con contract contract contract ¬
tract laborers Only two out ut of the SenS SenStire en entire entire ¬
tire seventyone passed the examina examination examination examination ¬
tion satisfactorily The Glenogle Glenoglebrought Glenoglebrought Glenogiebrought
brought 35S Japanee to Tacoma P coma on this thistrip thiStrip I Itrip
trip and the percentage of rejections rejectionswas
was unusually large
many Out of WorK WorKThe WorkThe WorkS
S The Japanese missionary ml Ionliy at Tacoma Tacomawho TacomaI Tacomawho
I who makes it his business to find nd em employment emI employment
I ployment for the Japanese Jap JIese emigrants emigrantsadmitted emigrantsadmitted
I admitted to the examining board that thatthere thatI thatthere
there are now 300 Japanese in Tacoma Taconraout Tacomaout Tacomaout
I out of employment Inspector nyder Jfnyderof nyderof
of Seattle says there are ate 400 Japanese Japaneseout apanese apaneseout
out of work in that city cityAnotner cityI cityAnotner
Anotner thing brought outin out in the th in invictoria investigat10n
I vestigat10n is that mgfe than three threeI threetimes
I times as many Japane are re landed in inI InVictoria
I victoria as are brought brot br Tglit glit to the Sound Soundaorts SoundI Soundnorts
ports aortsWhen portsVhen a aWhen
I When the news nejys reaches r aches Japan that thatI thatfifty thatifty
fifty Japanese dut ut of a jzle itr1e shipment shJpmenthave shipmenthave
I have been rejected in Taaoma T oma the next nextship nextI
1 ship that comes will likely unload the theentire theI theentire
I entire lot lotin in Victoria and andiet let them take takechances takechances takeI
I chances of crossing the line in small smallbodies smallbodies smallbodies
bodies If f they are caught C8UghttheY ugbt they cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be sent back any farther farth than Victoria Victoriawhereas VictoriaI Victoriawhereas
I whereas if they are rejected Te jected in Ta Tacoma Tacoma ¬
1 coma they must mustgo1xek go g back f to Japan
1 1B
R B BThurman B Thurman Dis DinguishesEim DinguishesEimself ist lnguishejs nguish s sself Himr Himrself
I self at Columbia lIniversity UniversitySpecial lIniversitySpecial
< Special SpecialtoThe to teTbe = The Herald HeraldJWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C May 29 29Richard Richard RichardB
B Thurman of Provo Utah leaves Co Columbian Columbian Columbian ¬
lumbian University with distinction distinctionThe
The degree of LL B was this evening eveningconferred eveningconferred
conferred upon him and he was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
I first of three members of his class to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive honorable mention from the th fac faculty faculty faculty ¬
ulty ultyThurmari ultyThurmart ultyThurmait
Thurmari entered Columbian law lawschool lawschool lawschool
school during duringthe the first year of of5hls his s em employment employment employment ¬
ployment with Senator Rawlins Rawllnsas as pri private private private ¬
vate secretary secr tary He passed the highest highestexaminations qighestexaminations HIghestexaminationa
examinations of any man in his hisciass hisciasshaving class classhaving classhavIng
having daily employment and was one oneof oneof oneof
of two to attain 100 per cent in more morethan morethan morethan
than one examination examinationInterior examinationInterior examinationInterior
Interior Department to Survey SurveySpecial SurveySpecial SurveySpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C May 29 29A A suc successful successful suecessful ¬
cessful effort was made today by Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Clark of Wyoming to defeat the theamendment t tlieamendment e eamendment
amendment to the sundry civil bill plac placing placing placing ¬
ing the intended survey of the Utah UtahArizona UtahArizona UtahArizona
Arizona boundary line In charge of the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast and geodetic survey surve As the bill billnow billnow billnow
now stands this survey will wilJbe be madeby madebythe
the interior deDartment departmentPatents deDartmentPatgnts
4 4Pat
Patents Pat nts to Utah Men MenSpecial MenSpechil MenSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington May 29 29Patents Patents issued issuedCharles i issuedCharles sued suedCharles
Charles W Blethen Manning Utah UtahIroning Utahironing UtahIroning
Ironing board Charles W V Neill Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City leaching copper ores oresDeny oresDeny oresDeny
Deny BeerDrinking Beer Drinking Bout 13outNew BoutNew BoutNew
New York Yorl May 29 290fficers Officers of the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia senior class say that there therewill therewill therewill
will be no beer drinking tournament on onclass onclass onclass
class day that the proposal was a ajoke ajoke ajoke
joke The socalled joke led to news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper editorials and sermons denounc denouncing denouncing denouncing ¬
ing such a contest contestRevolution contestRevolution
GI GIRevolution
Revolution at an Epd EndCaracas EpdCara EpdCaracas
Caracas Cara as Venezuela May 29 29General 29GeneralJose 29GeneralJose General GeneralJose
Jose M Hernandez the revolutionary revolutionaryleader revolutionaryleader revolutionaryleader
leader has been beencaptured captured by govern governinent government govern government ¬
ment troops The revolution is now con considered considered considered ¬
sidered ended endedEnvoys endedEIi endedEnvoys
Envoys EIi oys Head For Gotham GothamWashington GothamWashington GothamWashington
Washington May 29 29The The three Boer Boerenvoys Boerenvoys Boerenvoys
envoys envoys left Washington this afternoon afternoonfor
for a trip north They will go first to toNew toNew toNew
New York and thence to Boston BostonDynamite BostonDynamite BostonDynamite
Dynamite Kills a Burglar BurglarMuskogee BurglarMuskogee BurglarMuskogee
Muskogee I T May 29 29Lloyd Lloyd Wil Wilson Wi1son Wilson ¬
son in trying to rob a store storeat at Holden Holdenville lIoldenvillc Iloidenyule
yule blew open the safe with wit i dynamite dynamiteThe dynamiteThe dynamiteThe
The explosion mashed his righthand righthandand rIght hand handand handand
and injured the other and he will prob probably probably rob robably ¬
ably die Wilson says he is an old rail railroader railroader railroader ¬
roader roaderTHE roaderTHE roaderTHE
De Lamar Nearly Destroyed DestroyedOutlaws DestroyedOutlaws DestroyedOutlaws
Outlaws Headed For Arizona Arizona3ffany ArizonaManyTaps ArizonaNany I
3ffany ManyTaps Japs Are Barred BarredKoberts BarredRoberts BarredRoberts
Roberts at Johannesburg JohannesburgPAGE
PAGE TWO TWOAmerican TWOAmerican TWOAmerican
American Marines Landed LandedDemocrats Land LandedDemocrats ed edDemocrats
Democrats Stand on o Trusts TrustsPAGE TrustPAGE TrustsPAGE
Haworth Tries to Escape EscapeTrouble EscapeTrouble scape scapeTrouble
Trouble Between Coleges ColegesConditions Co1egesConditions ColegesConditions
Conditions at Scofield ScofieldMcCoy ScofieldMc ScofleldMccoy
McCoy Mc oy Defeats Ryan RyanPAGE RyanPAGE RyanPAGE
PAGE FOUR FOUREditorial FOUREditorial FOUREditorial
Editorial EditorialPAGE
Scheme to Pump City Wlil Wt v7ater v7aterRescue rl rlRescue 4Rescue <
Rescue Home Squabblevlpte SquabblevlptePAGE Squabble SquabblePAGE Squabble1PAGESLC
PAGE PAGESLC Six SixMining SL if ifning t tMining
Mining ning News NewsMining t tMining t tMining
Mining Stock Market MarketSenate MarketSenate S
Senate Against Boers BoersChinese DoersChinese Bo rs rsChinese
Chinese in Quarantine QuarantinePAGE QuarantiriePAGE QuarantiiiePAGE
PAGE SEVEN SEVENFinancial SEYENF1ancial SEVENFinancial
Financial and Commercial CommercialPAGE CommercialPAGE I
New Deal For Health I
tfibberts Plans to Occupy City Cityat CitYat OiyatNoon
at atNoon atNoona atNoonAIMY Noon NoonA1MYBIYOUACSIN N OOll
4 4No
No 91P OppOsition position s tion Is Expected Expe tedFrom tedFromthe Jfroin Jfrointhe FroniS
S the Boers
Mines Have Not Yet Been Destroyed DestroyedKruger DestroyedKruger DestroyedKruger
Kruger Again Said to Be BePrepar BePreparing Prepar Preparing PreparIng ¬
ing to Sue For Peace Urged On By Bythe Bythe Bythe
the Swift Advance of the theBritish theBritishCavalry British BritishCavalry BritishCavalry
Cavalry Approaches Pretoria PretoriaBuller PretoriaBuller PretoriaBuller
Buller Fighting FightingFree Free State Is IsAnnexed IsAnnexed IsS
S Annexed AnnexedLondonMay AnnexedLondon AnnexedLondon
LondonMay London May 29 2ttThe The following fol1owIn dis dispatch dispatch dispatch
patch has been received from Lord JordRoberts LordRoberts LordRoberts
Roberts RobertsGermlston RobertsGermlston RobertsGermiston
Germlston May 29 630 p m mWe mWearrived mWearrived We Wearrived
arrived here this afternoon without be being being beIng ¬
ing seriously opposed No casualties so sofar so soar sofar
far ar as I am aware in the main column columnand columnand columnand
and not many I trust in the cavalry cavalryand cavalryand cavalryand
and mounted infantry The enemy did didnot didnot didnot
not expect us until tomorrow and had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not therefore carried off all their roll rolling roIling rolling ¬
ing stock We have possession of the thejunction thejunction thejunction
junction connecting Johannesburg with withNatal withNatal ivlthNatal
Natal Pretoria and Klerksdorp by rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
Johannesburg is reported quiet and andno andno andno
no mines I understand have been in injured injured 1njured ¬
jured juredI
I shall summon the commandant In Inthe inthe Inthe
the morning and if as I expect there thereIs
Is no opposition I propose to enter the thetown thetown thetown
town with all the troops at noon noonGermiston noonGermlston noonGermiston
Germiston is a suburb to the south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east of Johannesburg railway junction junctionandGeneral junctionandGeneral junctionandGeneral
andGeneral Roberts mentions it jn n his hismessage hismessage hismessage
message to the war office o1I ae probably be because because because ¬
cause Elandsfontein station is further furthereastward furthereastward furthereastward
eastward eastwardAdditional eastwardAdditional eastwardAdditional
Additional evidence that the mines minesare minesare minesare
are intact comes in a message re received rec received ¬
ceived c ived by a mining company here to today today today ¬
day from its Johannesburg representa representative ¬
tive dated May 28 saying All right rightLord rightLord rightLord
Lord Roberts dispatch is regarded as asannouncing asannouncing asannouncing
announcing the virtual occupation of ofJohannesburg ofJohannesburg I IJohannesburg
Johannesburg Apparently the Boers Boershave Boershave Boershave
have again effected a retreat as there thereis theretI1 thereno
is tI1 no mention men tn of < < f any ar prisoners pri on s or cap
There will be some little anxiety anxietypending anxIetypending anxietypending
pending the actual occupation of ofJo ofJoh Jo Johannesburg Johannesbur ¬
hannesburg h nesburg as there are rumors thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the townhas town has been mined with the in intention intkiit1on intantionof ¬
tention tantionof of ofowingup flowing 1owingup up LoxdigobertSyarid LoxdigobertSyaridBis Ld d Q1exts nd ndnis
Bis b staff st fton on their entry ntry into that place placeCavalry placeCavalry placeCavalry
Cavalry Nears ears Pretoria PretoriaLord Pretoria PretoriaLord PretoriaLord
Lord Roberts cavalry have flowed on onbeyond oneyond onbeyond
beyond Johannesburg A portion is isunderstood isunderstood isunderstood
understood to be at Zuurfontein seven sevenmiles sevenmtIes sevenmiles
miles north of Johannesburg and with within within within ¬
in twenty miles of Pretoria PretoriaIt
It Is considered possible that he will willbe wlllbe willbe
be outside of Pretoria Pr toria Friday The Therapidity TherapIdity Therapidity
rapidity of his advance is thought an anextraordinary anextraordinary anextraordinary
extraordinary achievement even by bygrudging bygrudging
grudging continental critics criticsThe criticsThe criticsThe
The Boers who were expected to tofight tofiiht tofight
fight along the line of hills known as asKlip asKIip asclIp
Klip clIp Riversburg abandoned the eastern easternside easternside easternside
side of the range near Lord Roberts Robertsadvance Robertsadvance Robertsadvance
advance line but they moved their theirground theirground theirground
ground on the extreme right near Van VanWycks VanVycks VanWycks
Wycks Roost when they met General GeneralFrenchs GeneralFrenchs GeneralFrenchs
Frenchs turning movement The fight fightcontinued fightcontinued fightcontinued
continued all day and the result is as asyet asyet asyet
yet mere conjecture Probably the Boer Boerrear Boerrear Boerrear
rear guard succeeded in keeping Gen General Generlil General ¬
eral French off and is now in the hills hillsnorthwest hillsnorthwest hillsnorthwest
northwest of Johannesburg JohannesburgBoers JohannesburgBoers JohannesburgBoers
Boers Ready For Peace PeaceThe Pea PeaceThe e I IThe
The Standard has the following foll wing ad advices advices advices ¬
vices from Pretoria under Mondays Mondaysdate Mondaysdate Mondaysdate
date dateThe
The Transvaal government has hasopened hasopened hasopened
opened or is about to open peace ne negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
gotiations It has cabled a final Inquiry Inquiryto
to its agents abroad asking whether whetherany whetherany whetherany
any hope exists of aid aidDispatches aidDispatches aidDispatches
Dispatches from Lourenzo Marques Marquesyesterday Marquesyesterday Marquesyesterday
yesterday described President Kruger Krugeras
as wavering but demanding a guaran guarantee guarantee guarantee ¬
tee that he shall not be exiled to St StHelena StHelena StHelena
Helena HelenaThe HelenaT HelenaThe
The T e fighting burghers still continue continueto
to desert and the total collapse c l1apse of the theBoer theBoer theBeer
Boer military organization is not jfar jfaroff fario fariBennett ar aroff
off o
Bennett Burleigh wiring from Lord LordRoberts LordRoberts LordRoberts
Roberts headquarters at Verenigningj Verenigningjon Verenigninon
on Sunday says saysI
I doubt if President Kruger KrugerJcan KrugerJcanmuster Krugercanmuster can canmuster
muster 15000 men as many of the theburghers theburghers theburghers
burghers have gone to their homes homesThe homesThe homesThe
The stauncher Boers are sending their theirfamilies theirfamll1es theirfamilies
families with wagons and stores to the theZoutpansberg theZoutpansberg theZoutpansberg
Zoutpansberg district Whether Preto Pretoria Pretoria Pretona ¬
ria na will be defended is uncertain al although although although ¬
though a Pretoria message dated Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day pictures the work of defending the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital as going on with feverish ac activity activity activity ¬
tivity tivityPretoria tivityPretoria tivityPretoria
Pretoria is situated in a wilderness wildernessof
of kopjes and ranges and is provided providedwith providedwIth providedwith
with defenses that requlreat require at least 20000 20000men 20000men 20009men
men to man them properly There may maystill maystill maystill
still be one hard nut for the British to tocrack tocraclt tocrack
crack crackThe cracltThe crackThe
The news that Lord Roberts was waspractically waspractically waspractically
practically master of Johannesburg Johannesburgwas
was received in London with noisy en enthusiasm enthusi enthusi ¬
thusiasm thusi sm
Buller Has a Battle BattleSir BattleSir BattleSir
Sir Redvers Buller and the Boers had hadan hadan hadan
an artillery duel d el all day yesterday yesterdaywithout yesterdaywithout yesterdaywithout
without market result The equilibrium equilibriumin
in Natal seems still maintained On OnSunday OnSunday OnSunday
Sunday the British killed two Boers
and capturedten captured ten near Mullers pass passBoers passBoers passBeers
Boers Must Yield All AllLord AllLord AlLLord
Lord Salisbury who was entertained entertainedat
at dinner this evening by the City of ofLondon ofLond ofLondon
London Lond n Conservative Association made madean
an Important announcement regarding regardingthe
the governments South African policy policyQur policyOur policyOur
Our only certainty of preventing a arecurrence n nrecurrence arecurrence
recurrence recurrence of this fearful war Is to in insure Insure ins
sure sure s re that never again shall such vast vastacQumulations vastacqurnulatlons ast astaCQ
acQumulations aCQ mulations of armaments occur occurandlhat occurandthat occurandthat
andthat not a shred of the former In Independence independence independence ¬
dependence of the republics shalt re remain remaIn renialn ¬
main Cheers CheersI
I have h ve already alread intimated that their theirresistance theirresistancc theirresistance
resistance has gone beyond the limit limitto limitt limitto
to t which resistance could wisely go It Itis Itis Itis
is not for us to criticise their action in inwhat inwhat inwhat
what they are pleased to call selfde selfdefense selfdefense selfdcfence ¬
fense but they have acted so that ev every every cvcry ¬
ery bitterness created by the war and andeYerytseverance andeyei andeyery
eYerytseverance eyery severance of classes and races racesayelbeen racesav racesh
h eyei ayelbeen av vebeen been stimulated by every meas measCu measu measue
Cu bn u ue f they fiey have taken and so they go goItwill gobn gotm
Itwill It t will also be our duty to protect protectthosenative protectth protectthosnative
thosenative th Scnative races who have been so sosorely sosorely sosorely
sorely afflicted and at the same time timeso
so to t conduct their policy that so far faras faras faras
as possible there shall sh llbe be a reconcilia reconciliation reconclIlation reconcillation ¬
tion and that every one shall be bea beahappy behappy a ahappy
happy member of the British Britishempire BritishempireBurghers empire empireBurghers empireBurghers
Burghers to Pray PrayPretoria PrayPretoria PrayPretoria
Pretoria May 28 2SBy By an order re
TwotMrds of the Buildings Are Destroyed and a aThousand aIh aThousand
Thousand Ih u and Persons Rendered Homeless HomelessFlames HomelessFla HomelessPlanles
Flames Fla Start S1 Sl rtluysteriouslyLong rt mysteriously Long Resist Effortsto Efforts to Stay StayProgress StayProgress
5 Progress by Powder and an Water
Special Speclalto to The Herald HeraldPioche HeraldPiocheNevMa HeraldPiocheNev
Pioche PiocheNevMa PiocheNev Nev May 29 29Fire Fire today de destroyed destroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed twothirds of the town of De DeLamar DeLamar DcLamar
Lamar Nev including the principal principalbusiness prIncipalbusiness principalbusiness
business section and almost all the theresidences theresidences theresidences
residences A thousand pesons are arerendered arerendered ar arrendered
rendered homeless homelessThe homelessThe homelessThe
The loss will reach rea h 100000 and the theinsurance theinsurance theInsurance
insurance is about onethird of that thatfigure thatfi thatfigure
figure figureThe fi figureThe re reThe
The fire started mysteriously In the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north end of town and swept steadily steadilysouthward steadibsouthward steadilysouthward
southward before a high wind despite despiteefforts despitef despiteiorts
efforts f orts to blow up buildings in its path pathJhl3 pathhis pathThis
This his is the second serious fire DC DCLamar Deamar DcLamar
Lamar amar has had within a few days daysIt
It originated at 7 p m in a stockade stockadein
in the rear of T E Edwards saloon saloonwhere saloonwhere saloonwhere
where two drunken men had been beenthrown beenthrown beenthrown
thrown They have not been seen since sinceThe sinceJhe sinceThe
The value of the saloon is 1000 1000White lOGOVhlte 1000White
White Pine lodging house next nextburned nextburned nextburned
burned The loss Ios cn this was 750 The TheSchaefer TheSchaefer TheSchaefer
Schaefer saloon and opera house fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed entailing a loss of about 6000 6000The 5100lhe 6000The
The Eureka hotel owned by J Ahern Ahernwas Ahernwas Ahernwas
was next valued at 3000 and then thencame thencame thencame
came Smiths photograph gallery val valued valued valued ¬
ued at 500 and Gregorys restaurant restaurantThe restaurantThe
The twostory Dupont lodging house housevalued housevalued housevalued
valued at 2500 with ith 2000 insurance insurancealso inauranalso insurancealso
also burned burnedChurch burnedChurch burnedChurch
Church Laid in Ashes AshesThe AshesThe AshesThe
The Episcopal church and all resi residences residencesJn resldences ¬
dences dencesJn In the vicinity succumbed succumbedThe succumbedThe
The principal residences numbering numberingabout numberingabout numberingabout
about 100 were then reached by the theflames theflames theJames
flames Their value approximates
30000 30000The 30000The 30000The
The fire started in the north end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the business portion of the town and andas andas d das
as the wind was blowing south each eachbuilding eachbuilding eachbuilding
building down Main street fell in for fordestruction fordestruction fordestruction
destruction until the McMurphy saloon saloonwas saloonwas saloonwas
was reached There the use of powder powderand powderand powderand
and buckets stayed the progress of the theflames theflames theflames
flames flamesExcitement flamesExcitement flamesExcitement
Excitement ran high but good order orderprevailed orderprevailed orderprevailed
prevailed and the people worked If lfaIth lfaIthfully faIth faIthfully aithfully
e water system was of no use anc ancthe
the onethird of the town remaining remainingcan
can credit its existence to luck luckOther luckOther luckBuildings
Other Buildings Builcli gs Lost LostAmong LostAmong LostAmong
Among the theuther other buildings bpi dings destroyed destroyedwere
were wereThe wereI wereThe
The Roed Hoeder stone store building buildingS
Washington May 29 29The The senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatecommittee
committee on privileges and elections electionstoday electionstOday electionstoday
today through its chairman Senator SenatorChandler SenatorChandler SenatorChapdler
Chandler made an adverse report upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the house Joint resolution providing for forthe forthe forthe
the election of United States senators senatorsby senatorsby senatorsby
by direct vote of the people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The same committee made a favor
Special to The Herald HeraldDenver HeraldDemer HeraldDenver
Denver Colo Cob May 1I y 29 29PreSident 29PreSidentBurt 29PrsldentBurt President PresidentBurt
Burt of ofthe the Union Pacific forcibly forciblyejected forciblyejected forciblyejected
ejected Superintendent Harris from his hisprivate hisprivate hisprivate
private car ar yesterday at a small siding sidingnear sidIngnear sidingnear
near Green River Wyo Mr M Burt has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been over the lines in Wyoming in incompany incompany incompany
company with the western officials fa familiarizing familiarizing a amiliarizing ¬
miliarizing himself with the great task taskthe taskthe taskthe
the railroad wiU undertake in the Sher Sherman Shernum Sliermr5ii ¬
man hill hUt cutoff cutoffSuperintendent cutoffSuperintendent cutoffSuperintendent
Superintendent Harris of the Wyo Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming ¬
ming division was in Mr Burt car cardiscussing cardiscussing eardiscussing
discussing the work in Wyoming when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he entered into a dispute with the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president Mr Burt critilsed cri i lsed some ac actions actions astions ¬
tions authorized by by y the superintendent superintendentand
and the dispute became heated It is issaid issaid Issaid
said Mr Harris lost hlshead and made madea
a pass at Burt who had the train trainstopped trainstopped trainstopped
stopped and ejected the iperintendent iperintendentMr
Mr Harris was as left at a i lonely station stationwith stationwith stationwith
with some hours to wait before he hecould hecould hecould
could catch a train trainPresident trainPresident trainPresident
President Burt wired to Omaha that
cently issued the president decreed decreedthat decreedthat decreedthat
that May 27 and I the two following followingdays followingdays followingdays
days be observed by bythe the whole coun country country country ¬
try as days of prayer pr yer humiliation and andthe andthe andthe
the confession of sins and that peti petitions pettions ¬ I Itions
tions should be offered for relief from fromoppression fromoppression fromoppression
oppression oppressionFighting oppressionFighting oppressionFighting
Fighting took place at Vanwytrust Vanwytrustfifteen Vanwytrustfifteen Vanwytrustfifteen
fifteen miles south of Johannesburg Johannesburgwith
with a large force of British which whichbroke whichbroke whichbroke
broke through from Klip river riverFree riverFree riverS riverPree
Free State Annexed AnnexedCape AnnexedCape AnnexedCape
Cape S Town May lIay 28 Monday MondayLord MondayLordRoberts MondayLordRoberts Lord LordRoberts
Roberts yesterday announced to his histroops histroops histroops
troops the annexation of the Free FreeState FreeState FreeState
State which hereafter will be called calledthe ca1ledthe calledthe
the Orange River State StateOTIS StateOTIS
President Sends Other Ot1i r Nominations Nominationsto NominationstoTth
J r > to t toTth r the Senate SenateWashington S SenateWashington nnte nnteVlashington
Washington Vlashington May 1 y lmThe i9The 0 The president presidenttoday presidenttoday presidenttoday
today sent the thefollowing following nominations to tothe tothe tothe
the senate senateBrigadier senateBrlgadier senateBrigadier
Brigadier General Gene tl Elwell S Otis U US US US
S A to be bernajor major general gengralJune June 16 1900 1900vice 1900vice 1900vice
vice Merritt M rrltt to be I retired etfr trr1JP 1 on that date dateCourt dateCourt dateCourt
Court of Private Land mnd Claims CaimsJo CaimsJoseph CamsJoseph Jo Joseph ¬
seph S Reed Reedofr of Iowa w to be chief jus justice just1ce justice ¬
tice ticeTo
To be Associate Justices JUitlccsThomas Thomas C Cu
c 2J
dwelling and yards valued vaJuG1 afe itT500 ab750OMessenger itT500Messenger T OOt OOtMessenger
Messenger printing office and nd plant piantClarks
1600 1600Clarks 1500Clarks
Clarks new stand 1000China 1000 1000China OOO OOOChina
China Joes restaurant 7 150 7UBanners 0 0Banners I IBanners
Banners saloon 5760 5760Poujades 3750Poujades 760 760Poujades
Poujades restaurant SLtflOt SLtflOtShiers 1100 1100Shiers ZOShiers
Shiers drug store 53000 53000Saunders 3000 3000Saunders 3000Saunders <
Saunders law office officeDooleys 800i 800iDooleys 100Dooleys
Dooleys store 5000Bawden 5000 5000Bawden 5000Bawden
Bawden hotel south Side 1de f fstreet Ma1rl Ma1rlstreet yf lrt lrtstreet
street loss 3800The 3900 3000The 3900The
The stone buildings on onthJ thi side de pre prevented prevented peevented ¬
vented the fire from continuing down downthe downthe downthe
the street streetSeveral streetSeveral streetSeveral
Several other building buildln cellars and andwarerooms andwarerooms andwarerooms
warerooms the valueof value of which cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be reached at pre present ent were we ± e Included
in the disaster disasterHomeless disasterHomeless disasterHomeless
Homeless Seek Shelter ShelterEyery ShelterEyery SheltersEyery
Eyery available place is being pressed pressedInto preaedInto pressedInto
Into service for shelter for the home homeless homless homeless ¬
less None of the April Fool FOoloompany8 FOoloompany8property companys companysproperty companysproperty
property or that of the De Lamar com company o em empany m mpnny ¬
pany was included in the fir fire although althoughthe
the case looked hopeless for a time timeHEAED timeHEARD tmeHEARD
HEARD IN SALT J LAKE LAKEWertheimer LAXEWertheimer AK13 AK13Wertheimer
Wertheimer Receives Private Infor Infermation Informationon Information
mation mationon on De Lamar Fire FireAt FireAt PireAt
At 805 oclock Samuel Wertheimer of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city received the following tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram from his brother David at De DeLamar DeLamar DeLamar
Lamar Nev with regard to the fire fireFire fireFire ftreFire
Fire started back of Edwards sa saloon anloon a4 a4loon ¬
loon 3 oclock took entire north of town townas
as far as the Italian cabin and every everything everything everything ¬
thing as far west as McMurphyg McMurI > b7 sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon Everything of ours is saved ex except except except ¬
cept our residence which is gone We Weare Weare Weare
are now forming vigilance committees committeesBoth committeesBoth committeesBoth
Both companies doing everything in intheir intheir Intheir
their power to help unfortunates unfortu ates Every Everyhouse Everyhouse Everyhouse
house on north side as far as a Italian Italiancabin Italiancabin Italiancabin
cabin except Mrs Julia Hamiltons Hamiltonshouse Hamiltonshouse Hamiltonshouse
house Roeders and Bawdens also alsoburned alsoburned alsoburned
burned burnedRegarding burnedRegarding burnedRegarding
Regarding the conflagration con agr tfon Mr MrWertheimer MrWertheImer MrWerthelmer
Wertheimer said saidThe saidThe aidThe
The property of theDL the DL Wertheim Wertheimer
er company inDe In De Lamar is valued at
25000 but as far as we we weknow know only nly my mybrothers mybrotherSI mybrotherst
brothers house has been lost in the thefire thefire thefire
fire Thehouse was worth 4000 Other Otherbuildings Otherbuildings Otherbuildlngs
buildings that havebeen have be n destroyed are areSchafers areSchafer3 areSchafers
Schafers opera hougeWhich hou WIich cost 4000 4000and 4000and 4000and
and several of the satafti The popula population POlJuJatlon populaUon ¬
tion of ofthtown the town is amk boutioo t190 1SOO
I NEoif Eoif
able report on Senator Hoars Ho rs bill billamending billamending billamending
amending the law relative to the elec election election election ¬
tion of senators so as to permit the theelection theelection theelection
election by a plurality of members mem ers of ofthe orthe ofthe
the legislature in cases where a major majority majtrity majority ¬
ity cannot be secured by any anyone one candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date The bill is intended to prevent preventdeadlocks preventdeadlocks preventdeadlocks
deadlocks in elections electi ns
New NewYork York May 29 29It It was definitely definitelyannounced definitelyannounced definitelyannounced
announced today tod y that W VZ A Clarks Clarksprincipalwedding Clarksprincipal Clarksprinclpalweddlng
principal principalwedding wedding gift gitto to his daughter daughterwas
was 14000000 14000000Dr
Dr Morris and his bride formerly formerlyMiss formerlyMiss formerlyMiss
Miss Clark left New York Y rk today on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their honeymoon
The big hospitals hOSI > itals of the city were werebright werebright werebright
bright with color today from the flowers flowers flow ftowers ¬
ers used at the wedding The blooms bloomsin
in themselves cost a fortune and JId they theywere theywere theywere
were all given to the hospitals to de delight delight delight ¬
light the eyesand eyes and the hearts h rts o of the thepatients thepatients thepatients
Mr Harris resignation restgnlLttonwas tfas acepted aceptedIIe aceptedIIealso He Healso
also telegraphed telegr phed for W L Park super superintendent superintendent superIntendent ¬
intendent of the Nebraska division divisionwith dvislonwith vision visionwith
with headquarters he dquartel8 at North Platte Mr MrPark MrPark MrPark
Park is considered one of the best men menon menon menon
on the Union Pacific system and will willno willno willno
no doubt succeed Mr Harris as super superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
intendent of the Wyoming division divisionSpecial divisionL divisionSpecial divisionSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HewdCheyenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo May 21 21Just Just what whatChief whatChief whatChief
Chief Engineer Berry hag ha h to do with withthe withthe withthe
the difficulties between President Burt Burtand Burtand Burtand
and Superintendents Harris and Has Haris H8Nis Hasis
is not known but it is asserted he came camein camein camein
in for a share of the presidents fault faultfinding f faultfinding ult ultfinding ¬
finding and also tendered his resigna resignation resiEnatlon reelsnation ¬
tion There is a report here tonight tonightwhich tonightwhich tonightwhich
which comes from a semiofficial source sourcethat sourcethat sourcethat
that the three officials have been ask asked asJrdto d dto
to take a layoff and give the president presidenttime presidenttime presidenttime
time to consider their action before ac accepting acceptfnr ticcepting ¬
cepting their resignations resignationsSuperintendent resignationsSuperintendent resignationsSuperintendent
Superintendent Harris is out west westand westand westand
and no information can be obtained at atheadquarters atheadquarters atheadquarters
headquarters relative to the difficulty
Fuller of North Carolina William Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray of Tennessee Henry C Sluss of ofKansas ofKansas ofKansas
Kansas and Wilbur F Stone of Colora Colorado Colorado Cobrado ¬
do doThomas
Thomas H Norton of Ohio to be con consul consuI consul ¬
sul at Harput Turkey TurkeyPromotions TurkeyPromotions TurkeyPromotions
Promotions in the army armyCaptain arrnyCaptain armyCaptain
Captain Robert Burns assistant sur surgeon surgeon surgeon
geon Fortyninth infantry U S V to tobe t tbe tbe
be surgeon with rank of major First FirstLieutenant FirRtLieuten FirstLieutenant
Lieutenant Lieuten nt William C Warmsley Warm 1ey as assistant assl5tant assistant ¬
sistant surgeon Fortyninth Infantry I IS r rS VS
S V to be assistant surgeon with rank rankof rankof rankof
of captain Second Lieutenant William WilliamF
F Gwynne Thirtysixth infantry U S SV SV iiV
V to be first lieutenant Second Lieu Lieutenant LieUtenant Lieutenant ¬ S
tenant A K Baskette Thirtyseventh Thirtyseventhinfantry Thirteventhinfantry Thirtseventhinfantry
infantry U S V to be first fir t lieutenant lieutenantQuartermaster lieutenantQuartermaster lieutenantQuartermaster
Quartermaster Sergeant Elmer B Ga Gavett Gavett Gavett
vett company H Thirtyninth ThirtJ ninth infan infantry infantry Infantry ¬
try U S V to be second lieutenant lieutenantDe
tJ3Si tJ3SiDe
De Gallifet Ensigns R4tS gn Office OfficeParis OfticeParis OeeParis
Paris May 29 29Geaeral General the thettaquis thettaquisde iiarquisde Itarquis Itarquisde
de Gallifet minister of war has re resigned nsigned r rsigned ¬
signed It is officially announced that thathts thathts thathis
hts successor is General Andre AndreMore AndreMore AndreMore
More Head For Home HomeSeattle
Seattle Wash May 29 tAnother 29Anotherlarge Another Anotherlarge
large steamship the Centennial WH WHdispatched WiIdispatched wtdispatched >
dispatched to Cape Nome tonight tonl ht She Sh Shehad
had 639 passengers and 1200 tons u ufreight ufreight

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