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I Is 1 newspaper The ing one Herald news of Utahs fEmj than h hufJ publishes ufJ greatest any other t moremin moremining resources resourcesThe Utah Utahnewspaper ¬ 1 T TIlE HE SALT SA L r1 I LAKE ILtl 1 HER HERALD HERALDTWENTYNJNTRYEAR AL D WEATHER Fair Forecast Weather for Salt S Contiued aLake Lake TODAY Warm WarmTWENTYNINTH Today Is IsFair I J J I
Ktuger Kt ger Flees to WatervalbovenBoers Watervalboyen Boers AbandonTwo Abandoni Abandon AbandonTwo
i Two Chief Cities Without Show of Opposition OppositionUnited OppositionUnited OppositionUnited
United States Consul Hay Takes Action A tion to Protect P Qtect British BritishInterests BritishInterests I
Interests Inte ests and nsl Stop Bloodshed
London May 31 3 a L m niYesterday niYesterdayat Yesterday Yesterdayat
at noon the Britteh were only about abouttvo abouttwo bouttwo
two hours march from Pretoria Pretoriathe End Endthe nd ndthe
the Boer military forces had abandonedthe abandoned blUldonedthe
the city cityThis cityThis cityThis
This intelligence InteUl enc cornea from the theReuter theReuter theReuter
Reuter agent at the Transvaal Transyaalcapital Transyaalcapitaland capital capitaland capitaland
and from the Earl F rl of Roswlyn Rell lyn in Inpress inpress ft ftpress
press dispatch The two messages left leftabout leftabout leftabout
about the same time timeAt timeAt timeAt
At 2 oclock this morning the war val ar tif tifflee f ffice 1fice
fice had received no news from Lord LordRoberts LordRobfrts LorcjRoberts
Roberts which the officials would make makepublic makepublic makeL
L public but it i ia assumed that the press pressafivicfts pre prea pressV
V afivicfts a vices are correct correctMost corre correctMost < > t i iMost
Most of the London morning papers papersthrough papersthrough i ithrough
through the courtesy of the Daily Mail aiallprint Mailprint i iprint
print Lord Roberts dispatch anA an com comment cornment ¬ j jment
ment upon It treating the war as asended aseBded asended
ended endedSome endedSome i iSome
Some of the more cautieus critics criticsthink criticsthink
think that guerrilla warfare is likely likelyto II IIthink
to be carried on for some time in vari various VrlOUS vi1ous ¬
ous parts of the conquered territory territoryAll i iAll
All of t the Boer force are disstrtrtns disstrtrtnsLord dislytn dislytnLord < 1iS Qlvt i iLord
Lord Roberts RObertsapparently apparently has noX noXyet not notyet not1
yet taken any considerable quantities quantitiesof quantltiof i ior
of artillery arms or stores Large Laryebodies L Largebodies e I
bodies of Boers must still be some somewhere som somwhereln somwhere ¬
where whereln in the field fleldKruger fieldKruger fieldKruger
Kruger Miles From Pretoria PretoriaWatervalboven PretoriaWatervalboven PretoriaWtatervalven
Watervalboven or Waterfallboven is
190 1 miles due east of Pretoria on on the theDelagoa theD thsDlagoa
Delagoa D I8goa Bay railway It shouM not notbe n9tconfused ntb
be b confused with Waterval ten tenmiles tenmilesI miles milesnorth mnesnorth
north of Pretoria where the BvttWH Brlti6prisoners 3I1t1Itprisoners BvttWHprisoners
I prisoners are areWatervaIboven Watervalboven Is a asmall aamaH asmall
small place in a mountainous Jqounu nous country countryThe co countryThe ntry ntrylhe
The seat of the Boer government governmentWhat governmentWhat I
What hat there is left of It itWill will m probably probaljlybe I Ibe
be Lyndenberg to the north northJohannesburg northJohannoburg
I IJohannesburg
Johannesburg Has Fallen FallenA Pallendispatb
A dispatch dISpa t t from Lourehzo Marquez Marquezdated Marquezdated
dated Wednesday W dne8day says saysCommandant saysCommandnt saysiommandnt 11 11dated
Commandant Kraus hassurrehatfr hassurrehatfrJohannesburg has siirre tl tlJOhan kFJohanneebrgto
Johannesburg JOhan to Lord LQrfllfa Lor4rt JRflfeffrtS JRflfeffrtSnlghis r jY Y to toIt1gb tonights
nights It1gb t s tfatn a1ntrpm a1ntrpmfew tjntf tjntfI iIIi irii iriiu iriitred u tred II IIfe
fe few Greeks w who 0 sty y 4ty w to1d1A to1d1Alve tokt4 tokt41tve
I lve jpve Pretoria PN > torltl Tuesday Tu 8day They The T1I 8111 8111tiat =
tBat the train In which they the left leftsnelied was 1 1SI1lIed
snolled by b the British Brit lh and that half halfof b baitof LIf
of the train was cut off the remainder remaindersteaming remafnder8t remaindersteaming I
steaming 8t amlng away This incident incidentprob prob probably probably ¬ I Iably
ably occurred at Btansfontein junction junctionPassengers junctionPa junctionPassengers
Passengers Pa enpra from Pretoria assert a ert that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the town is utterly demoralized There Thereis
is a mad rush for the coast Five FIvtrainloads Fivetrainloads FlYttrainloads
trainloads of fugitives are expected expectedhere expectefhere expectehere
here tonight tonightTrouble tonlsh1Trouble tonightTrouble
Trouble For Fo Boers Boers With Portugal PortugalThe I
The > Lourenzo Marquez correspon correspondent dorrespondet orre pon pondpnt ¬
dent think the border trouble between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the Transvaal and Portugal may come cometo cometo cometo
to a head at any nf moment Itoinatt Itoinattbridge Itom Komattbridge tt ttbridg
bridge > is strongly tIefended Yesterday Yesterdaythf Yesterdtthe
the Portuguese authorities were pre preparing preparing prej ¬
j paring to resist a possible po sible engagement engagementA
A mule battery was sent to the fron frontier frontier frontier ¬
tier tierThe The Lourenzo Marquez I rquez correspondent correspondentof
of the Times says RY It would wouldno not no be besurprising besurprising besurprising
surprising If a large proportion n of the therebel therebel therebel
rebel Dutch sought temporary refuge refugeon
on Portuguese e territory Although the theauthorities tlleauthorities theauthorities
authorities here are reticent they are arenot arenot re renot
not blind to such a possibility possibilityU
U is reported that a special train trainfrom trainfrom trainfrom
from Pretoria with fugitives was de derailed deraHed derailed ¬
railed on tile Transvaal side of Mo Momatlpoort 110maUpoort MoxnaLlpoort
matlpoort a number of passengers be being being belug ¬
ing killed or injured injuredThe InjuredThe InjuredThe
The British authorities s at Buluwayo Buluwayothink BuluWMrothink Buluwayothink
think the Boers will retire into south southern southern zuthem ¬
ern em Rhodesia RhodesiaReinforcements HbodeslaReinforcamonts RhodeelLBeinforcoments
Reinforcements For Roberts RobertsBy
By the release of the British prison prispners
ers at Waterval aterval a full brigade will be beadded beadded beadIed
added to the army of Lord Roberts as asthere asere asthere
there ere were 177 officers and 41 4m privates privatesamong prlvatttsamong privathsamong
among them themEvents themEvents thenEvents
Events elsewhere in the field of war warseem warseem warseem
seem to dwindle d in comparison comp rleon General GeneralHunter GenerlHuntet GeneralHunter
Hunter reentered reente d the Transvaal at atMaribogopan atMaribogo atMaribogopan
Maribogopan Maribogo > 8n Tuesday The Thewas advance advancewas adVntewas
was made off the railway Water Tat 1rls 1rlsscarce is isscarce Isscarce
scarce and all the farms are re deserted desertedYesterday desertedYelterday desertedYesterday
Yesterday General Hunter reached reachedGeysdorp reachedGeysdorp
4 Geysdorp with ten tendaJt days supplies suppliesMaribojcopan sUfPlteailarlbo suppliesMaribognan
Maribojcopan ilarlbo oPl1 is half way between betweenVryburg betweenVryburg betweenVryburg
Vryburg and MafeJcing Ml eklng Geysdorp is isfrom isfmm Isfrom
from tweve to fifteen miles east e s1 Gen General Genral Generai ¬
eral ral Hunter meets with no resistance resistanceBadenPowell resistanceBadenPoweU
BadenPowell on the Hove HoveGeneral MoveGfneral HoveGeneral I
General BadenPowell Is invading invadingfurther Invadingfurther invadingfurther
further north without opposition oppo ltlon Com Comm Comndant Corninndant
m inndant ndant Snyman has gone ne toward Pre Pretoria Pretoria Preterm ¬
toria toriaIn toriaIn term termin
In northern Natal Nt l Utrecht has nut surrendered sutrEnderd nutrendered ¬
rendered to General Hlldyard and Gen General General Generfll ¬
eral Lyitleton Ly itleton is moving to Vryhetfl VryhetflThree VryhetlThree VryheldThree
Three different correspondents esti estimate estmAte estimate ¬
mate the number of Boers at Laingg LainggNek LalngNek LaingNk
Nek at about 10004 10004Two 10001AU8traans 10000Two
Two Australians who escaped e caped from fromPretoria fromPrftoria fromPretoria
Pretoria on April 28 Shave S have arrived arrivedMafeking at atMafeking atMafeldng
Mafeking having spent a month oh ohthe ohth onthe
the th veldt with but ut little food and np noblankets n nblankets
blankets They i > Ipt > pt t by day and andmarched andmarched andmarched
marched by night They complain bit bitterly bitterly bittterlY ¬
terly of their treatment at Pretoria PretoriaBuller PretoriaBuller PretoriaBuller
Buller Tells of Triumphs TriumphsThe
The following dispatch hs been re received received recelved ¬
ceived at the war office from General GeneralBuller GeneralBuller GeneralBullet
Buller BullerNew BullerNew BulletNew
New Castle May Iay 80 IOThe The enemy enemyhaving enemyhaving enemyhaving
having formed a laager east of the thetown thetown thetown
town at Dornberg pressed my right rightrear IIghtrear rightr
r rear annoyingly On May 27 I directed directeda
a force under Lyttleton by Sehanga SehangaDrift SeluingDrift SchangiDrift
Drift on Dornberer Dornbel These movements movementshave moveJt1entshae movementshave
have caused the t enemy at t DornberjT Dornbergtpretire tD tDretire toretire
retire north northHildyard northRildyard northHildyard
Hildyard is at Utrecht and the town townhas townLA tnwnhas
LA has surrendered surrenderedClery s surrenderedJ rrenderedClery <
J Clery is bomb bombarding rcUng Laings Nek NekThe NekThe NekThe
The enemy are much disheartened and andwere andwere andwere
were they not in such very strong posi positions posltlons positions ¬
tions I doubt if they would show showfight showtight showfight
fight The railway was opened to New NewCastle NewCasUe NewCastle
Castle on May Ma 28 28The 38The 28The
The officials of the British war office officedeny officedeny officedeny
deny in unqualified terms the statement statementcabled statelIJftntca statentntcabled
cabled ca led to a New York newspaper that thatthe thatt thatthe
the t e war oKlce here had asked Lord LordRoberts LordRoberts LordRoberts
Roberts if he ould land 100000 lOOOOOof lOOOOOoftroops of ifcs ifcstroops E Etroops
troops in England before Oct1 Oct I Ac AcordinK AcItOrdin Acoording
ordinK to the British war offiqe the theNew theNfw theNew
New York story is ridiculous non nonsense nonsense nonsense ¬
sense senseThe senseThe senseThe
The war office has communicated to tothe totne tothe
the organizers of the Imperial Imljerlalyao Imljerlalyaomanry yso ysomanry yeomanry
manry the governments gratitude for forf forJIIJ
the service of this force of well wellequipped wellequIpped wellequipped
equipped fighting ratfn m n Ito to whose ad admirable adminWIe admitable ¬
mirable service in the field Lord Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts has borne such high testimony testimonyThe testimonyThe testimonyThe
The war office adds that the time has hasarrived hasrrtved hasarrived
arrived when the committee of the im imA 1mAerial imMral
A Aerial rlal yeomanry can safely be relieved relievedfrom rellevedtlOIn relievedflcm
from Its arduous duties so patrlotl patrlotlc2lv patrlotlVI patrioticalty
c2lv VI assumed aalf med at a time of national nationalemergency nationalemergenty nationalemergeny
emergency and Lord Landsdowne ex oxpreseed expressed X XpreMed ¬
pressed on behalf of the government governmentits
its sense of the great reat debt the state stateowes stateowes stateowes
owes owes the yeomanry yeomanrySTATE yeomanry yeomanrySTATE
Orange River Colony CoIOn Now Part of ofBritisj ofJ3ritis ofBrttisi
Britisj Empire EmpireBloomfontein Empirel3loomfontein i iBloomfontein
Bloomfontein Monday May 28 28Amid 2gAmid I IAmid
Amid salutes and cheers and the sing singing singing singlug ¬
ing of God Save the th Queen the mil military military muitry ¬
itary governor Major General George GeorgePrettyman GeorgePrettyman
Prettyman at noon formally proclaimed proclaim ¬
ed the annexation of the Freestate Freestateunfler Free State Stateun Stateuntler
unfler un er the designation of the Orange OrangeRiver OrangeRiver
River Colony ColourAn ColonyAn
An immense concourse had gathered gatheredand eatheredand
and the town was gay with bunting
The Th balconies andwindows and windows surround surrounding surroundIng surrounding ¬
ing the square iuare ure were crowded wth la ¬
dies among them Lady Roberts and the theMisses thenss
Misses nss Roberts the Countess of Airlie Airlieand
and Eady 1 tadyHenry dY Henry Ben Bpntick tick and Lady Set Settrington Settrington
trington tringtonThe trlngtonThe tringtonThe
The troops were drawn up under undercommand undercQJJmand undercqjnmand
command of General Knox and enter entertained entertamed ¬
tained th the spectators spec to > The jjoyernor jjoyernoraccompanied lJoyernor lJoyernoraccompanIed
accompanied by General KellyKenny KellyKennynd
and nd their staffs escoried escorl d by the Welsh Welshlute Welshyeomanry
ye yeomanry manry Was a greef greeted tf with a gun sa salute salute
lute and amid an impressive silence silenceand snencand silenceand
and in a clear voice heard h ard in every part
6f f the th square sq ar General Prettyman Prett rman read readLord readLord readLord
Lord Roberts proclamation annexing annexinthe
the Orange Free FreeStates States as conquered by
her majestys forces tp o the queens do dominkras dominlol doJnlnl
Jnlnl minkras ii and nd proclaiming procla mfng that the state atateshall tate
hall 11 hertcefortlr 1 be known as the Or Orwopflg OrR1V Orane
ane R1V mvcColany0
I Irds
tttm > l clttdtng
wopflg wt1 rds of ettbe ttb the procaipatlon pr QJJtion and these theseif thesePiewed1th
0 renewed if Piewed1th newtd vtif 1erincteasing 5e1pcreas1ngUSiC j eiv Increasing vol volume ¬
ume un as a Lord LordAcheson Acheson A he on unfurled the roy royal royal ¬
al standard and the theltands bands struck UD UDGo upGod
Go God Save the Queen all present join joining joining joinlug ¬
ing in singing the national n8 > onai hymn The Theceremony Theceremony Theceremony
ceremony concluded with cheers for the thequeen thequeen thequeen
queen Lord Roberts and the army and anda
a salute of twentyone guns gunsiPOROnJGAi gunsO gunspB1rtTGAL
i i iTroops
Troops roops Prepare PreparetoConibat toCombat to Combat Boers on onOccasion onOccaslon onOccason
Occasion OccasionLourenao Occaslony Occason1ourenzo
Lourenao y > urenzo Marques 11arquesVednesday Wednesday May Ma 30 30Goods 30Goods 30Goods
Goods traffic between here and the
Transvaal was officially closed c osed today todK the thereason therea thereason
reason rea on apparently being the military
movements in progress
ATranw A TraJrWaAI al Boer commando has ar arrjved arriveti
dYed at JKomatJpporL All the Portu Portuguese Portugu Porfliguese ¬ 1
guese gu etr trooys ovs have been ordered to be In Inreadiness inreadiness
readiness to proceed procee to the frontier and
the Portuguese Portu e8e fleet along the coast has hasreceived hasrecehed hisreceived
received orders to concentrate here hereNAMES hereNAMES
Public Meeting Prepares to Prevent PreventTrouble PreventTrouble PreventTrouble
Trouble in inPretoria inPretoriaPretoria Pretoria PretoriaPretoria PretoriaPretoria
Pretoria May 30 Wednesday VednesdayAt At a apublic apublic apublic
public meeting called this morning by bythe bythe bythe
the burgomaster of f Pretoria a committee committeewas
was appointed to keep public order The Thecommittee Theoommlttee Thecommittee
committee consists of Jr le l e Gregorowski
Nel Carles Mantis Loveday De Villlers VilllersiiJ
iiJ J derbrg dd diprbrg rberg and F Groebeler GroebelerPreliminary Gro GroebelerPreliminary beler belerPreliminary
Preliminary Battles BattlesPretoria BattlesPl BattlesPietoria
Pretoria Pl torin May 29 Tuesday TuesdayAn An official officialwar officialwar
war War bulletin just issued is as follows followsOn folIowsOn followsOn
On Sunday a fight occurred close to toVarw toVWiYcksrust tornCisruSt
Varw VWiYcksrust rnCisruSt < yeksnist in Gatsrand The federals federalsouht
fought ouht well and the British troops seemed seemedtired seet1Jedtired seemedtired I
tired but out > t At dark the federals were
forced tor to toreUre retire in the direction of Van Vanwycksrust 1anwycksrust
wycksrust on account of the overwhelm
bur force pf British BritishThe BritishThe
The British attacked Witwatersrand Witwatersrandyesterday Witwatersrandyesterday Vitwatersrandnt
yesterday nt rda and were in contact with the
federals rals at Gatsrand but they were beet beeten befiten I
en baCk with good results by the federals federalsunder federalsUnder
under un r Commandant Lois Botha The I
federals were heavily bombarded all day L
long butkept b bUt t kept their positions The Brit ¬
ish less is reported to be considerable
The rl British r1tlsh are near THrecht and they the theare
are also alaomarchlng marching marchingon on Laings Nek NekA NekA
A dispatch dl patcl1 sent from Johannesburg last lastnl lastnight
nl night ht describes the town as intensely ex excit
cit cited d throughout the day on reports that
the British were approaching but says
the excitement e subsided in the evening
owing to rumors that the British had been
driven drivenback back There are forge l rge numbers of
burghers at Johannesburg but remark remarkable remarkable ¬
able order prevails revails there thereHospital thereHospita1
Hospital Ship at Cape CapeTown CapeTownCape Town TownCape TownOpe
Cape Town May 9The 0 The hospital ship
MIne from Southampton May Ma 3 arrived
here today
Big Steal in Servia ServiaBelgrade SernaBelgrade SetviaBligrade
Belgrade May 30 3OA A huge military militaryscandal mllita militaryscandal
scandal ICand has been revealed by the Issu Issuance Issuance issuance
ance f an order for the th mobilization of otthe ofthe
the Servian reserves Scarcely a uniform uniformwa uniformwea
wa wea found ound In the magazines The ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts of the war Offi office however show showa
a large expenditure expenditureTHE expendltpreTHE expendituretHE
PAGE ONE ONEOutlaws ONEOutlaws ONEOutlaws
Outlaws Still Pursued PursuedChinese PursuedCbblese PursuedChinese
Chinese Stop PoreignMarines PoreignMarinesPAGE Foreign Marines MarinesPAGE
PAGE TWO TWODemocratic TWODemocratic
Democratic Leaders Lay L Plans PlansNew PlanSNew P1anNew
New Plague Case CasePAGE CasePAGE CasePAGE
SprCrting News MTewsPAGE NewsPAGE NewsPAGE
PAGE FOUR FOUREditorial FOUREditorial FOUREditorial
Editorial EditorialPAGE
PAGE SrVE SrVEOpening PIVEOpeDing tVE tVEOpening
Opening Day of ofResorts ofResortsAGE Resorts ResortsPAGESDC ResortsAGE
Monument to Blue and Gray
Mining Mi 1ing News ITewsPAGE NewsPAGE NewsPAGE
House Passes Pension Bills BillsStates EillsStates j
States Must t Wait For Land Pay PayPAGE Pays PaysPAGE
Wins Canadian Gan dian Bride BrideLittle BrideLittle BrideLittle I
Little Boy S yBadly BadlyHurt Badly Hurt
4 + + + + + I + + 4 + + ftTf + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + t + + + + 4 4BRITISH + + +
+ f
+ London L ndoP May 31 t 2 a am m The Daily Mail publishes the theioJlo following lng dis dISpatch +
4 + patch fromthe from the J3arlof carl allof o Rosslyn who was a prisoner PrlsiZ ev at Pretoria but butwho 4 4who
4 + who as a civilian appears to have been released rele releasedPretoria ed edPretor > 1 +
4 + Pretoria aW Wednesday nesd Y May 30 3 1140 11 40 a m mPrettJr1a Pretoria will il1 be occupied occupteflin + 4 4in
+ in abouttwo ab abOut l1tt two o hours without withouLreslstance resistance c cThe +
4 The president has gone gone to Watervalboven Vat rvatJoven rvatJovenBurgamaS i > 4 4Burgamaster
4 + Burgomaster BurgamaS > terde de Souza is authorized to torecchteth receive the British He HewJth Heith +
4 + with ith an Influential committee commUfee of citizens including i Chfof 1itff justice g stfce Gregor Gt Gregoowskl goi goiowskl > +
+ owskl has been b n appointed d to preserve life and prbpetty prop prbpdttyduring rtYduring during the the in Interregpum 4 4terregpum
4 + terregnurri terregpum terregpumUEveqthjng terregpumEverythjng <
+ Everything is quiet but crowds are waiting expectantly tantlY in Chrch Chrchsquare Church 3 3uare
+ square uare for the arrival of the British Britishrea
V t
4 Faaring rea ing a possible disturbance and bloodshed bloodshetlimong fencing mong the he prisoners prisonersof +
+ of war war ar at atWatetvald Waterval United States Consul Hay and ksJghWood JghWoodJr5isted JghWoodJr5istedupon insisted 1n1stedupon +
4 + upon twenty t officersbeing officers 1 b being hig liberated on 9arole togo to g go to the mem Their Their4v Tij Theiraction Ir Iraction +
4v + action cannot canno be betoo toohighly too hh highly 41Y praised v j j t tOIl
4 + OIl I vaspermittedta V S pe permitted mttt d to accompany n company the officers Hv Bytlrything rything was w v as s quiet q iet ietPretori3 4 +
+ 4 +
4 4 Pretoria May 30 3 Wednesday We n sdayBritish British officers 0f ic rs d i ar now no kt at Johannes Johannesburg o rie riet I
4 t burg dictating dicttin terms t rms of Q surrender S The British advancesuardis adiance dL < Lnce > guard lrd iIS1f iIS1fway is half +
4 4 way hQtween Q t veen Johannesburg Jol1JII ttesburg and Pretoria PrctoraIt J > > > +
+ It is reported that Jt there Is a force also at ats Hatheiy 1atheryAll the 10 10tAIl t
4 tAIl Allthe All the h forcesKave forces liveb have been en dismissed from the for form iaro around nd Pretdicia Pretoria PretorilPresident +
4 President Kruger is now at Watervalboven W Witer tervalboven alboven ot otPi < v 4 4e
+ 1 Pi e t 4 4London
4 London May 31 The Times this morning ea eds aThe The war ar is prac practlcally practically +
4 + tically dvdr o r J < 1 1BY ym 4 4By
4 + BY this thlsthnethe time the British flag is flying In Pret S > J Ju 4 4Jr
+ u AJr JrKr Jr Krilger er1 has llsfled fled and is ere this half wag w ffiDelagoa D l goaBay goaBayMr Bay BayMr +
4 + Mr Hay son soil of the t e United States secretary ofmate ate te who to holds lJpl4s the th thoffice 3 3office
4 + office of American consul at t Pretoria and who In Sat nt catacitytpok capacib 3uJcltYt90kcharge took tookcharge +
+ charge of our intereststhoughtfully interests thoughtfully insisted onajJySbial orr ialstep ial step Wr safe safeguard1ng4th afe t tguardlng
4 + guardingithe guardlng th large number of British prisoners prisonerst pw pwL +
+ + 4 + L + + 9 + 4 + 4 J + t + t 1 + t + + + + + t 4 + + + + + 4 f fFILlflNOS + 4 + f + + + + + i + 4 419JIINOS
Manila May 31 5 a m mOn On Tuesday Tuesdaynight T Tiesdaynight esday esdayntght
night the insurgents rushed San SanMjguel Miguel Miguelde
de Mayunio province of Bulucan Lu Luzon Luzongarrisoned LuZen ¬ I
Zen zongarrisoned garrisoned by three companies of orthe ofthe j
the Thirtyfifth volunteer infantry fnf ntry I IThey
They swept through the surprised surprisedtown sUrpri surprisedtown ed I
town shooting right and left killing klllfngI
five Amedcans and woundirig wo wound1z ndinJgseyei1 seven sevenCaptain ve
I Captain Charles D Roberts and two twoprivates twoprlva
privates prlva s are missing No Filipino dead deadwere deadwere deadwere
were discovered discoveredSan
San Miguel de Mayumo is a few fewmiles fewmUes fewmiles
miles from Manila While Whilea a band un under under under ¬
der the escort of troops of the Forty Fortysixth Fortysixth Fortysixth
sixth infantry was moving from Hang
to Silang within twentyfive miles of ofManila ofl1a ofManila
Manila l1a ila it was attached att attal el by Ladrones Ladronesthree Ladronesthree Lathonesthree
three of the party being killed killedx kll1edLieutenant klIledLieutenantJes
x Lieutenant LieutenantJes Jens Jep EMedle Et t tlje o ofmpany company
EJ 0 Fopt3J Po POttdflthv vdnthVblufiteers dnthr lUf1tecr3 command commanding edmmanding 6mmand 6mmanding
ing aSsfcouth a seoutin ul g pajj M pay Yiir Hf flitlltbuthern flitlltbuthernpartof th sbuthern sbuthernparttof uthern uthernpartof
partof Albay province hadpevefal badt several en enI en1 en1ta enagtment
I gagements ta men with the insurgents ins rge rg ts in
fBoston Eostgnay Bostm r py y 30 3 30Even uEv Even if the whole wholecountry wholecountr wholecountry
country Is taken rakenand and the leaders im imprisoned lmprisoned ¬
prisoned prisoned the thewaril war warWllI will cease only for foratime foratIme foratime
atime and < itwill It wiIlbe will be Renewed mewed again againt againatld againand
t arid again if mjed i d be e jinitil we get our
liberty was as the dramatic dram Hc utterance of ofaL oflL ofM
aL A Fisther one of the Boer envoys envoyswhen enyoyswhen envoyswhen
when he he4was was shown the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress d dPress
Press bulletin frQm Pretoria announc announcing ann announcing unc uncIng ¬
ing the impending surrender r1 of Pre Pretoria Pretoria Pretorla ¬
toria torlaThe t tThe r rThe
The bulletin was read to him in com company company cornpany ¬
pany with the others of the Transvaal Transvaalrepublic TransvaalrepubUc 2ransvaalrepublic
republic representatives after their at attendance attendanceat attendanceat ¬
tendance tendanceat at a concert tonight tonightMr tonightMr
Mr Fischer declared at the time of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their departure from fr IJ1 Pretoria threemonths three threemonths threemonths
months ago there were two plans of ofaction ofaction ofaction
action which had hadbeen been determined upon uponin uponin uponin
in the event ev ntof of the approach of the theBritish theBritish
British at Pretoria PretoriaOne PretoriaOne PretoriaOne
One was to concentrate all the Boer
San Sa Francisco May 1 ay 30 3 30The The trans transport transport transport ¬
port Meade with Major IajorGener General l E ES ESOtis S SOtis 5Otis
Otis arrived tonight twentyfive days daysfrom daysfrom daysfrom
from Manila The MeSde M Me de had three threecases threecases threecases
cases cases of smallpox aboard She was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed in quarantine where she hem will re remain remain rOmain ¬
main an indefinite time timeGeneral timeGeneral timeGeneral
General Otis stated to the quarantine quarantineofficials quarantineofficials quarantineofficials
officials that he was in excellent health healthand healthmd healthand
and wished to land to take a train for forthe forthe forthe
the east as aSsoon soon as possible A quarter quarterINQUIRY quarterINQUf quarterINQUIRY
Senate Cuban C ban Investigators Inves igators Hold HoldFirst HoldFirst soldPirat
First Session SessionWashington SessionWashington SessionWashington
Washington May May30The 30 20The The senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatecommittee
committee on relations with Cuba held heldits heldits heldits
its first meeting under the resolution resolutiondirecting resoluUondlr resolutondirecting
directing dlr cUng an investigation into irregu irregularities irre irrelarlties irregularities ¬
larities in Cuba but took no action be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond the adoption of a number nUq1ber of reso resolutions resolutions resolutions ¬
lutions callin upon the various depart departments departmetits ¬ i
ments for information bearing b beari aringupon gupon upon the thepoint thepoint
point covered cove ed by the senate resolu resolution resolution resolutiorz ¬ II
tion tionThe
The principal inquiries are to be di directed directed directed ¬
rected to the secretary cr tnrY of war war but the jthepostmaster thepostmaster thepostmaster
postmaster general the secretary of the thetreasury thetreasury thetreasury
treasury and the thE > secretary of the navy navyare navyare navyare
are also to be required to throw throw8uch throw8uchlight such suchlight suchlight
light upon the subject asthey as they can canThere canThere canThere
There was some discussIon of the ne necessity necessity ¬
cessity of a visit to Cuba but the con conclusion conelusion conelusion ¬
elusion was reached informally that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there would be no necessitytor such a atrip atrIp atrip
trip until the departments departmentscould could be beheard beheard i iheard
heard from and the information inforrii t1on sup supplied supplied supplied ¬
plied by them t ern digested digestedNO dlge digestedNO ted tedNO
Bill Prevents Establishment With Withoutct WithoutfAct WithoutfAct
outfAct pfqougress pfqougressSpec1al of ofCongress ofCongressr Congress CongressSpejjlal r
Spejjlal Spe al to oTh Th Herald HeraldWashington Ee Hen ald aldWashington d dWashington
Washington D C May 30 30The 30Thehouse 30Thehotse The Thehouse
house committee on public lands today todayreported todayreported I Irepprted
reported a abiU bill providing that tno no new newfjOresiJL newtore
fjOresiJL tore ore t reserves re rves shall be established establishedwithout establishedwlth establishedwithbut j
without wlth ut authority of congress con gressapd and nda a bill billauthorizing billaithorizinthe
authorizing authorlzin aithorizinthe the he secretary of theInterior theInteriorto th j1erir j1erirt
to t grant permits fpr Us f t telephone lepht > l1 telegraph tele telegraph telegranh ¬
graph and other otJi eJedtrjpal el eectrjal Gt rj I linescross linescrossforest lIn lincaerossorest s cross
forest ore5t and other reservations res ions I
< 1 1f 1f
which seventeen of the 1e enemy were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed and twentythree including a acaptain a acaptalnwere acaptain
captain captalnwere were ca capf cpuidd tur iqd d Six explosive explosivebor explosivebOI1bs explosiveborpbs
bOI1bs bor bs and a number n mber of valuable in insurgent insurgent insurgent ¬
surgent documents also fell into the thehands thebands thehands
hands of the theAm Amjericans rlcans The scouts Beoutsburned sqoutsburned scoutsburned
burned the town of otYibi Yqbi bl the th eadquar headquarters eadquarters eadquarters ¬
ters of the rebelS Sergeant Brtckley Brtckleywas Brlck BrckIeywas ey eywas
was killed kill d during Mlight a u Slight lfght engagement engagementnearHjgmo engagementnear engagenientneaiHjmo
nearHjgmo near IJgmo province pro rtceof of Albay Al ay yes yesterday yesterd yesterdy
terday terd terdSc terdyScouta j jScouts
Scouts Sc ut of the Thirtysixth and Thir Thirtyfourth Thlrtyfourth Thirtyfourth ¬
tyfourth regiments have captured capturedthirtytwo capturedthirty capturedthirtytwo
thirtytwo thirty two rifles iid d 500 rounds of am ammunition ammunition arnmunition
munition in the Pangaslnin province provinceMajor provinceMajor provinceMajor
Major Marchs van4 van4of vtn n of the Thirty Thirtythird Thirtythird Thirtythird
third regiment regiIrt nt ha hq h arrived at Apaarl Apaarlfrom Apaatlfrom ApaaIfrom
from Benguet n nguet after ftel1he the hardest p pmountain pf pfmountain It Itmountain
mountain traveling trav The 1 elPp tapnwere ere ex extrail cxhapste4an1 x xh8ps
h8ps hapste4an1 an q dhasg aYlpgrolJ tolion < w ed edpernIstently d
1 erslstelltly > on antrail po inMdQ inMdQtrail
trail They Theythe had hadtseYeraJfeti Byeraiettdounier5with Byeraiettdounier5withthe o nt rfdtJh rfdtJhthe
the rebels butfound but fOll1 ndsign D sign bfAgul bfAgulnaldo ofgunaldo fAgutnaldo
c t f
forces inside the city and leave 1 ave the therest therest therest
rest of the country open to the British Britishuntil Britishuntil Britishuntil
until the fall of the cty ctyThe ctyThe ctyThe
The other was to evacuate JPrctonia JPrctoniaafter iP iPretoniaafter tQDIa tQDIaaft
after aft r a slight show sho of resistance refj stance to toenable toenalHe toenable
enable supplies to be collected andthen andtheni
i the army was W sto to scatter intothe moun mount mountains mountains
t tains and enter upon a guerilla guerlUawarfare guerlUawarfarewhich warfare warfarewhich
I which would last ast until the lastman lastmanwas last man manwas
was killed killedMr klUedMr killedMr
Mr Fischer acknowledged that Jf JfPresident JfPresident f fPresident
President Kruger shouldtell should tell the men of
his army to lay dQwn their arms and andsurrender andsurrender andsurrender
surrender in a body they would wo ld do so
j but he claimed this never will be done
by the president presidentWhen presIdentWhen presidentWhen
When asked as to their plans In the theevent theevent theevent
event of thesurrender of orthe the renubjic renubjicand reDuqUcand repullUc repullUcand
and the capture of President Krusrer Krusreragreed KruJer1vlJ
1vlJ Wessels and Mr FI Fisher iher both bothagreed bqthagreed
agreed that they would keep 5ri < h in their theirwork th theitwork ft
work in this country until they Avere Avereofficially w wer werofficially r rofficially
officially recalled
master a stowaway and a soldier are
infected with the smallpox smallpoxThe smallppxThe smallpoxThe
The Meade has on board the bodies bodiesof bodieso
of o 112 soldiers who died in the Philip ¬
pines There was one death deathon + on the theway theway theway
way over The transports passenger
list numbers fortyninecabin fortYn1ne cabin and nd 134 134steerage 134stterage 131steerage
steerage steerageThe stterageThe steerageThe
The presence of smallpox smatlpoxonthe on the ves vessel vessel yessd ¬
sel sd makes the time of General Qtig
landing very indefinite indefiniteBOERS IndefiniteBOERS
Envoys Place Wreath at Boston Sold Soldiers Soldiers Sold1cm ¬
iers 1cm Monument MonumentBoston MonumentBoston MonumentBoston
Boston May 11a 30 30The The envoys of the th
South African republics paid a tribute to
the memory memo of the soldiers of the republic
soon after their arrival here from N New w I
York today by placing a wreath on the
Soldiers monument on Boston common I
The envoys were escorted by b members of ofi O f
i the joint committee of the city govern governi
i ment who had met them at Providence I
In a speech at the Soldiers Soldiersmonument monument monumenti
i Mr Fischer called attention to the fact
j that the monument monom < nt was In commemora I
tion of the brave deeds of men who fought fou ht
for what they had nearest their hearts
They had died for their country countt and for I
for the cause of freedom and there had
been sorrow but today toda on Memorial day
there was a general rejoicing for by their
work wag W3 freedom enjoyed
The speaker said that the struggle In
South Africa wts on that thattpey they were
fighting for the same principles and that thatsorrow thatsorrow thatsorrow
sorrow was now their portion but In af
ter years a shaft would be erected typi ¬
fying the struggle and on each ea h anniver anniversary annlversa anniversary ¬
sary sa with similar rejoicing would the day
be observed observedASKS
4 iii iiiASICS
Representative Bepresentativexing King Introducesa Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban Resolution ResolutionWashington ResolutionWashington ResolutionWashington
Washington May 30 Representative SORepresentativeKing RepresentativeKing RePtes Jtativ JtativKing
King of Utah today Introduofjl Introdu < w la Joint Jointresolution jolntresolution johitresolution
resolution Directing the president to tQlssue Issue
a proclamation declaring the purpose of
the United States toward Cuqa and its
inhabitants and to leave the government irovornmentof
of Cuba to its people peopleA
A constitutional convention Is provided
for to be held at Havana in July next
for the formation of an organic actafter actafterwhich actarterwhich act after afterwhich
which the resolution providesforthe provldes providesfop for the en
> tire withdrawal of the United UnltcdSt4t18 UnitedStata Statas mil
itary forces forc S and the termination terminatlonofth terminatlonofthauthority ot the theauthority th thauthority
authority of the United States Statft <
1 1I1U1luers
Eiumers Sent Out To Give GiyeThem GiveThem GiveI
I Them Assistance AssistancePECTED AssistancXPECTED AssistailcEXPECTED
4 4Believed
Believed elieY d They Planned To ToAvenge Tovenge ToAvenge
Avenge venge Curries Death DeathTwo Deathwo DeathTwo
Two wo Qan Gans s of Desperadoes Are Still StillPursued StillPurs StillPursued
Pursued Purs d One Going North and the theOther theOtherSouthJ3elieved theOther
< Other OtherSouthJ3elieved South SouthBelieved Believed That Ver Vernal Vernal Vernal
nal Posse Will Be Able to Over Overtake Overtake Overtake
take the Three Men Headed For ForBrowns ForBrownts ForBrownts
+ Brownts Park ParkRiver Biver Will Stop Stopthe Stopthe Stopthe
the Fugitives JHigitivesSpecial FugitivesJ FugitiesSpecial
Special S ccial to The Herald HeraldVerhal ReraldVernal HeraldVernal
Vernal Vernal Utah May 30 30D 30Ddputy Deputy puty Sheriff SheriffJfce SheriffJje SheriffJ4
Jfce J4 Tolliver and posse returned here herej herelast herelast
j last night from the country country east of ofGreen ofGreen ofGreen
Green River where it was believed that thatthree thatt1ree thatthree
three t1ree of the outlaw gang passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough
through from fr m Hill Creek on Mondav Mondavheaded Mondavheaded Mondayheaded
headed for the Powder Springs country countryeSst countryclInt
clInt e st of Browns park parkThe parklhe parkThe
The Ihree outlaws ran into the cattle cattleroundup cattleroundup cattleroundup
roundup between Jensen and the uK uKrai1ch K Kraiich Kranch
ranch The cowmen were In total Ig Ignorance Ignorance ignoranceof ¬
norance noranceof of what had occurred on Hill Hillcreek Hillcreek Hillcreek
creek and consequently allowed allow d them to topass topass topass
pass oil although suspicious of their theircharacter theircharacter theircharacter
character They were riding fine horses horsesand horsesand horsesand
and were armed with the best of guns gunsI gunsA gunsA
I Aposse A posse is now forming to go to toBrowns toBrowns toBrowns
Browns Park and Powder Springs It ItIs Itis htis
Is believed that these three men m men n seen seeneast seeneast seeneast
east of eJnsen are only part of the gang gangand gangand gangand
and that they are out in force and pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared to make a desperate desp rate stand standInformation standInformation standInformation
Information has reached here from fromthe fromt fromthe
the t e inside that the killing of Currie a afew afew afew
few weeks ago has aroused the whole wholagang wholegang i igang
gang to action and that a desperate desperaterevenge desperaterevenge j jrevenge
revenge has been planned plann d that will willhenceforth willhenceforth willhenceforth
henceforth deter the officers from in invading invading j jvading
vading the haunts of these fugitives fugltlYesfrom fugitivesfrom j jfrom
from justice justiceDeputy JusticeDeputy justiceDeputy
Deputy Joe Tolliver is an mold old resident
De Decoration Qr tiQu Day is Observed In in Salt Lake Cityin City in aMost a aMost aMost
Most Fitting Manner MannerGA lanuerG
GA G A R and Spanish War Veterans Distribute Tons of ofFlowers ofFlowers
1 Flowers Over Comrades Graves Gravesf
+ + + + + + + f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 444 444LIST + + + +
+ y yt
+ +
+ +
4 + B J Allen llen James Donnelly Anthony Kroeger KroegerJohn rocger Robert walker TOTkerJ WRTkerJohn walkerJOhn +
+ John Bratt Frank Eastman H ul C Lawrence J J Williams WilliamsThos ViUtamsElI + 2 2E
+ 1 1 ElI M Barnum arnum John Ballon Geo G o R Maxwell Thos Winstead WinsteadJack WinsteadL +
4 + L Bourgard Bour rd Samuel S muel Fife Fi J B Meacham MeachamWm Jack Welsh WelshJohn WelshWm VelshVm +
+ Wm W Black Robert Ferguson J B McKean John WestleyQeo WestieyGeorge Westley Vest1eyGeorge +
+ George Bruesch C F Farnham IN I N McCann McCanriEM Gee W V Walton WaltonJos WaltonE +
+ EM E M Bynum A L A Fraim J J H Miller Milleriaily Jos W Wilson WilsonAkmco WilsonJohn VII son sonJohn +
+ John AHUailY iaily Porter B Foster N NJ J Phillip Phllli Akmco Wilson WilsonC +
4 J J F Bradley John W Goldtham Goldth m Jofen E Ryan an C B West WestC +
4 4 S M Bookout J J J Hassemflue Robert Rob rt Smith C M Brown BrownGeo BrownVm 4 4Wm +
+ Wm Blackney Charles Honey H ney David B Stover StoverJohn Geo W Brewster BlEwsterJolin 4 4Jamw 4John
+ John W V Butlor John Hasainger aas lnger Fred FredSiilomon Salomon James Glancey GlanceyHenry GlanceyJ 4 4J
+ J J J Critchlow John F Hamilton H muton C E Solomon Henry Fulton FultonD FultonNV +
4 NWCurtis NV N W CurtIs Chas Hospelbaun Charlfg Smith D B Hemstead HemsteadWm HemsteadA 4 4A
+ A G Conwell John F Hardy G B F Simpson Slmp on Wm rm T Lynch LynchJohn LynchJames 4 4Jams +
4 + James Clark E T Jennings Edward Edwa d Sullivan John Morgan MorganGullllam MorganJudge
4 4 Judge Cross Bernard Johnson E T Sprague Gullllam Pratt PrattS PrattViUiam PrattWilliam +
4 + William Clay C y Herman B Jones J H HSpencer Spencer S B Phllllpa Phllllpaliars PhIllIpHugh l lHugh +
4 + Hugh Campbell William M Johns St ClaIr Clt r liars Smith SusllhMarshall v vW + j jMarshall
4 + Marshall Chopin John Judge Elijah Sells W V G M L Seamonds Scamond8D 4
4 + D Delouche J J A Jefferson J P Tasgert Ta TaggtSPAiSa rt rtSPANISH +
4 + SPANISH WAR WARFard wAaFord 4 4W >
+ Ford Fisher Flsh r Mprley Hassard John G Young W L I Goodman GoodmanWllIiamE GoodmanWilliam 4 4Gfearles +
4 + William E Tufts Richard H Ralph Harry A Young Gfearles arles Parsons Parsonst 4 +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + +
Under a sky that was never more moreblue moreblue moreblue
blue with the breezes scented with the thefragrance thefragrance thefragrance
fragrance of f myriads of flowers with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their thoughts far away in other days daysthe daysthe daysthe
the soldiers living paid their tribute of ofrespect ofrespect ofrespect
respect yesterday to their comrades comradeswho cotnradeswho comradeswho
who sleep sle p in the t e cities ilj itjg of the he dead The Theboys Theboys Theboys
boys inblue inbluew inbluewcre were reasslsted assisted in this sweet
I Iq
of Browns Park and is thoroughly thoroughlyacquainted thoroughlyatiUainted
acquainted q alnte with every trail throughout throughoutthat throughoutthat
that section He will lead a posse of ofdetermined ofdet ofdetermined
determined det rmlned men that will show no noquarter noqu nociuarter
quarter qu rter if the outlaws are overtaken overtakenIt
It is believed here that the gang were wereriot wereot werenot
riot ot over forty miles from here last lastnight laStnight lastnight
night along Green river making their theirway theirway theirway
way north Bear river will Interpose Interposean
an an obstacle to their progress and it itwill itWlll itwill
will probably necessitate their making makinga
a raft which will cause delay and give giveTolliver glyeToUlver giveTolliver
Tolliver and his men time to cross the themountains themountains themountains
mountains to the head of Ladore can canvon canvon canvon
von von ahead of themIt them themIt themIt
It is reported that runners have al already alreadY already ¬
ready left this section to convey infor information inrormation informatlon ¬
mation and assistance to the lh outlaws outlawsIt
It is commonly believed that there are aremany aremany arepiany
many sympathizers scattered through throughout ¬
out this section that very materially materiallyassist materIallyassist materiallyassist
assist these th > se desperate mon In such suchemergencies suchemergencies suchemergencies
emergencies as the t e present presentMayor presentayor presentNayor
Mayor ayor Davis received a 3 message from fromGovernor fromGovernor fromGovernor
Governor Wells this morning urging urgingaction urgingaction urgingaction
action at once The mayor and county countycommissioner countycommissluner countycommissioner
commissioner John G Davis are now nowassisting nowassisting nowassisting
assisting in getting a posse together togetherThey togetherThey togetherThey
They will leave here In about half an anhouiv anhOU1 anhour
Moab Mo b Posse Still in Pursuit of Three ThreeBustlers ThreeRustlers ThreeRustlers
4 4Special
Rustlers BustlersSpecial RustlersSpecial
Special lo The Herald HeraldThompsons HeraldThompsons HeraldThompsons
Thompsons Utah May 30 30No No news nowahas TnW9has newshas
has been received from the posse thatleft that thatleft thatleft
left Moab last night to take up the thetrail thetran thetrail
trail of the three outlaws that passed passednear passednear passednear
near Cisco night before last About Aboutmidnight AboutmIdnight Abouttitldnight
midnight that night some unknown unknownparties unknownparties nknoWnparties
parties stole the hand boat at Kings KingsfernS Kingsferr3 I
fernS t ferr3 rp Mr S F King heard the rowing rowingof rowingpft1e
iP of pft1e t Ke boat As the outlaws referred to towdul tow towciur
wdul w ul reach that point about aboutthat that hour hourof hourof hourof
of th ttib e night it Is evident that they stole stolethe stoleth stolethe
the th boat boatIt boatItis boatIt
It Itis is now believed that these are the thethree th thhthree I Ithree
three rustlers that Sheriff Tyler had hadthe hadthe II IIthewarrnnts
the thewarrnnts warrants for when he was killed killedbythe killedy1 killedbythe
bythe y1 e Arizona outlaws outJ s The T e trail that thatthese t tMtthese at Ii Iithes
these three e men are ar supposed to be on onIs onisknoWn
Is isknoWn known no n as the Horse Thief trail traiFand traiFandContinued and andContinued andContinued I
Continued on o Page 2 J
and solemn solemn duty by many friends friendsmany friendsmany friendsmany
many young soldiers born since the thedark thedark thedark
dark and bloody days of the GOS and andmany andmany andmany
many others high In official positions positionsNor positionsNor positionsNor
Nor were the thebos boys who died in the thewar thewar thewar
war With Spain forgotten All that thatsympathetic thatsympathetic thatsympathetic
sympathetic hearts could suggest and andtender andtender andtender
tender hands perform to demonstrate demonstrateundying demonstrateundying demonstrateundying
undying love and respect and to alle alleviate alleviate nileviate ¬
viate the pangs of Borrow florro in those still stilllivinr stillIivIn stillliving
living IivIn was done and gladly done It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was a beautiful day and a beautiful beautifulservice 1Jeautifulservice beautifulservice
service It drew many man v away from fromthoughtless fromthoughtl fromthoughtless
thoughtless thoughtl ss pleasures and impressed a adeep adeep adeep
deep and useful lesson lessonMemorial lessonMemorial lessonMemorial
Memorial day was never more fitting fittingly ¬
ly observed In Salt Lake The parade paradethrough paradethrou paradethrough
through throu h the heart of f the city the re review review review ¬
view by the higher officers office of the city cityand cityand cityand
and state the march to the graves the thebeautiful th thbeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful services servic s at the city cemetery cemeteryand cemeteryand cemeteryand
and ML Oliyet the decoration of every everysoldiers everysoldiers
soldiers grave grave at these two places and andat andat
at Fort Douglas the patriotic exercises exercisesat
at the church in the evening eveningaU all com combined cornbined ¬
bined to make up u > a a day that reflects reflectsgreat refiectsgreat reflectsgreat
great credit upon the community communitycheered communitycheered communitycheered
cheered the t e heart of every soldier and andtaught andtaught andtaught
taught a lesson lessonto to the young of love of ofcountry ofcountry ofcountry
country the valueof1 value vaueotwhich ot which cannot be beestimated beestimated beestmated
Parade of Veterans VeteransThe VeteransThe
The parade formed at the corner of ofMain ofMain ofMain
Main and Market streets and moved movednorth movednorth
north on Main at ten minutes past 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock The marshal of the day was wasColonel wasColonel1Iauri wasColonel
Colonel Colonel1Iauri Maurice M Kalghn K lghn and he had hadfor hadfor hadfor
for his aides Captain F M Bishop
Captain Joseph Jose h E Caine Captain J JWash JWash JWash
Wash Young Lieutenant Frank T THines
Hines Captain James T McConnell McConnellCaptain McConnellCaptain McConnellCaptain
Captain C D Goodsell and Hoy
Kalghn KalghnThe The bugler b gler to the marshal was wasC wasC wasC
C J Thomas of Utah battery A and andhe andhe andhe
he rendered most efficient service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The column was waslwaded hjeadedby by a platoon platoonof
of solice under command of Sergeant
Janney next nc came cam the marshal and andhis andhis andhis
his aides mounted mount d and In uniform uniformThese uniformThese uniformThese
These were followed by the All Hal Hallows HalIows Hallows ¬
lows college tand playing a martial air airand airand aIrand
and making a aery very creditable appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance Ths h i in turn vas followed by bythe bythe bythe
the All Hallows H lIows cadetsin q getfLjnuntform uniform and
keening time to the music in front A Anumber AnuIJ Anumber
number nuIJ Qrp of ofmextibcrn meniberfiof t1H P1 ern of the Loyal Le Legion Legion Legion ¬
gion In 1ncarrJag carriage came next in line
among them Colonel Doraey Major MajorHugh MajorHugh MajorHugh
Hugh Anderson Captain McKay and andJ
J A Goodhue GoodhueThe GoodhueThe GoodhueThe
The old soldiers came next some on oncrutches oncrutches oncrutches
crutches many with canes canesmany many oth others others othem ¬
ers finding it difficult to keep step to tothe tothe tothe
the musicand music and all shpwing b w1ng the ravages ravagesof
of time snd nd as they marched along to tohonor tohonor
honor thr comrades who had been beenmustered beenmustered beenmustered
mustered out no no doubt many recollec
4 4 +
+ + + + + + 4 + 4 + + + + + 4 + 7 + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + +
tlons of those other marches forty years yearsago yearssygo yearsgo
ago go crowded < in upon them themMcKean themMcKean themMcKean
McKean poet po t was under command of ofColonel ofColonel ofColonel
Colonel F H Clark and Maxwell post postunder postunder postunder
under Colonel H P Burns The sol soldiers soldiers aoldiers ¬
diers of the Spanish SDanl h war followed the theveterans theveterans theveterans
veterans under Major F A Grant on onhorseback onhorseb onhorseback
horseback horseb ck The boys made a fine ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance in their marching uniforms uniformsRegular unifonnsRegular uniformsRegular
Regular Troops in Line LineHelds LineHelds LineHelds
Helds band led troop C of the Ninth NinthIT NinthU
U S cavalry from Fort Douglas under underLieutenant underLieutenant underLieutenant
Lieutenant White WhIte4 with sabres drawn drawnNext drawnNext
Next in order came Brigadier General GeneralJohn GeneralJohn GneralJohn
John Q CoSrnon and staff of the N G GU GU 1 1C
U Following came the First regiment regimentN
N G U Colonel M L Ritchie com commanding commandfDg cornmanding ¬
manding Companies A B and C of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake and company E from Bounti Bountiful
ful and th t1 signal corps made up this thisdivIsion thisdiviion
division The different companies were
under command of Captains L E Gil Gilbert ¬
bert O H Hassing G F Summers L LS LS
S Haywood and J J Greenewald GreenewaldThe
The fire department of the city was wasrepresented wasrepresented wasrepresented
represented by one wagon which whichbrought whkhbrought whichbrought
brought up the end of the parade Com Company Cornpany ¬
pany E under Captain Ca tain Haywood was wasdismissed wasdismissed wasdismissed
dismissed at Brigham street to enable enablethem enablethem enablethem
them to catch the train for Bountiful Bountifulto
to take part in the exercises there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The parade was reviewed from rom the thebalcony thebalcony thebalcony
balcony over Kolitzs candy store on onMain onMain
Main street by General William H Pen Penrose Penrose
rose Major W C Forbush Governor Governori
i Heber M Wells and his official staff staffMayor staffMayorThompson staffMayor
Mayor MayorThompson Thompson and the city council councilSuperintendent eounellSuperIntendent councilSuperintendent
Superintendent Cooper and members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board of education The balcony balconyi
i had been beautifully decorated for the theoccasion theoccsslon theoccasion
occasion through thecourtesy tile courtesy of Mr MrKolitz MrKoUtz MrKolitz
Governor Joins Parade ParadeAfter PttadeAfter ParadeAfter
After the procession had passed pass > d the thereviewing th threviewIng thereviewing
reviewing stand Governor Wells and andstaff andstaff andstaff
staff rode up and took tooJtpoaition position in the theline tbeUne thelIne
line next n xt the th > marshal marsh and J1d his aides aidesi aidesAt
i At the Eagle Gate the themembet jnwtjbefs of the theG theG thea
G A R fell out an1 mdtook took street cars carsfor carsfor carsfor
for the cemeteries > lnE > tpri I The main line of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the procession continued on to IJ street streetwhere streetwhere streetwhere
where it divided part going to the City Citycemetery Citycemetcry Citycemetery
cemetery an < part to Mt Olivet Oltveteach at ateach ai aieach
each of which places appropriate oxer oxercises txercises exercises
cises were held heldIt h heldIt d dIt
It was wa a matter of deep regret rtgrf > t to t thei the theveterans
i veterans V terans that the school children were
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