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2 E SALT kLT rAKm RrellATJn1 1E1ULD SATURDAY S TURpAY JUNE 30 301900 1900
T to secure a ndification of the plat platform
form of 1896 He ought to be here in insack insack
sack cloth and ahes ashes instea Instead of tring tringto tryizig tryizigto
to telL us what we should do doTOES doTOWNES
TOES FRIENDS FRIENDSARE FRIENDSAIIE
ARE MOST ACTIVE ACTIVEKansas ACIVE ACIVEKansa
Kansas Kansa City Mo June 9The 9Thegreatest The Thegeatet
geatet greatest acth activity t manleted manlfeated In the vice vicepresidental vicepresidential
presidental presidential cnva canvass before the con conventon conventlon
ventlon venton is shown by the te pianagers p8n ers ofCharles of ofCharle
Charle Charles A Towne Geerl General E S SConer SCorer
Coner Corer of Minnest Minnesota who Is now here hereis hereis
is making arrangements arangement for the silver sUverRepublcn silverItepubilcan
Republcn Itepubilcan C convention nvfnUon ad and at the same sametime sametime
time is dolnl doing al all he C can to make makeTownes makeTownes
Townes nominaton nomlntion psible psibleI possible possibleIt
I It Is the preent present Intnton Intention t to have havean havean
an erly early cnferenc conrerence betwen between te the com commitees cornmittees
mitees mittees of te the Populst Populist party and the theslver thesilver
silver slver ReJubUc Republican part party and and the Dem Democratc Democratic
ocratc ocratic Jtonal national commitee commIttee wih with a view viewof viewof
of securing sme some kind of f an agreement agreementfor
for f furthering Mr Townes cndidacy cndidacyI candidacy candidacyIt
I It is quite probble probable however tat that the tbeDemocratc theDemocratic
Democratc Democratic natonal national commitee committee will wf re refuse refuse
fuse to take ay any respomlbity responsibility In the themater thematter
mater matter on the ground gound tatit thatit is a subject sub subjet
jet ject committee for te the to cnventon convention consider considerWoud considerWould ad and not te tecommittee the thecommittee
Woud Would Emphie Thnphazze Silver SilverIt Siver SiverI
It Is argued tht Towes Towne name on onthe onthe
the I tcket ticket ague would srve serve to emphWize emphasize the thesiver thesilver
silver siver iue 1aue in t1e the campaign compllgn just at a atime atime
time when there is a dispositon dIpos1tion to toleave toleave
leave the encormentof endorsement of slver shyer to the thereai thereaflhtntlon
reai reaflhtntlon te m1o of the Chl Chigoplatforrn ChigoplatforrnUpon platform platformUpn
Upon the other hand In n ting tr ± lng to cn cniate con conciliate
Upn te
ciliate iate the Ui eater eastern Democ Dernocrats on the themoney themoney
money queon question i h ha has bee been suggested suggestedthat
that some sme eaztern etern man whose silver silverviews siver siverviews
views ae are not 8 so rdlcB radical should be beselecte beselected
selected selecteMr selectedMr
Mr Towne wi will arrive tomorow tomorrow and andwi andwill
wi will confer wth with the Democratc Democratic lead leaders leadrs
ers rs who are expeted expected about te the sme smetme same sametime
tme tmeJ time
J r H nnzUithn itn Lwi Lewis Booni oom Come ComeThoma Comes ComesThomas
Thoma Thomas Maloney chairman of the theWahington theWashIngton
Wahington WashIngton delegation Is ler here a as the thecustodia thecustodian
custodia custodian of the vice pr prejdentIa1 can candidacy candidacy
1ent1 ol olthat ofthat
didacy of James ames Hamiton Hamiltoti Lewis
that state Mr Maloney says the thestate thestates
states state of Oregon lalopei Wahjp iishJpgt j adIdaho and andIdaho
Idaho are for Lewis an anUTtlsxpec anUTtlsxpeced > fsexpe f fed
ed that six additonl additional vote votes wl will be begiven beiiven
given him from Alask Alaska Dr C D DRoger DRogers
Roger Rogers membr member of the natonal national com commitee cornmtttee
mtttee and a delegate from Alaka Alakasays Alaska Alaskasays
mitee
says the delegaton delegation ha has not conferred conferredwih conferredwith
wih with him on thematter themater but may cast castIts cat catis
Its vote for the Wahingon Washington candlate candlateDr candlate candlateDr
is his delegation is much muchinterested
Dr Roger Rogers sys says delegton nlch nlchintereste
interested in gettng getting aplank a plank In the theplatform theplatform
platform intereste aginst against cretbg carpetbag cfcials officials In InthE inthe
thE the teritories territories as thee there are plenty of ofood ofgood
good ood men in Alaka Alaska to fl 1111 al all the thef thefederal
f federal deral ofce offices L L Williams1 WIlams an another another
other Aldk Alaska delegate is here He is isto isto
to be the next member of the natonal natonalcommitee national nationalcommittee
committee from that state sate Both BothRogers BothRogers
commitee
Rogers and Williams are fiuniJuneau Juneau
NO NOMINATIQN NOMINATIQNON NOlNATIO NOlNATIOON
ON TH TilE FO FOURJTE FOURJTEKansas RTH RTHKanss
Kanss Kansas Ciy City Mo June uneA LA story storyha storyhas
ha has been in circulation circulaton Indicating Indictng that thatplans thatplans
plans have already been perfected to tonominate tcnominate
nominate Bran Bryan July uly 4 ee even lf 1 the theother tluother
other busine busine of thenventon tlieconi nt1on such suchas sucIas
as permaen permanent rgal rganlatioq tlogJ report of ofthe 01the
the commltt e on crednt credenti snd even eventhe everthe
the platrmshould platorm should have tCf b post postpone postponed
poned The few fe deleg delegCs tes here cre do not nottake nottake
pone take kindly t to tle the suggesqn uggeQn and and say saythat saythat
that the Qonventon onventIon Jl sbouljroceed onl < nroceed 1n 1nthe isthe
the usual order orderWhie orderWhile
While Whie there is a sent sennent hnent in making makingthe makingthe
the nominaton nomination on the the Fourth it is isthought itthought
thought It would be carrlng carrying sentiment sentimentton sentment sentmenttoo
too far There are a number of con contests contests
tests which must be determined and it itw1 11will
w1 will not be psible possible to settle sette on the theplatorm thtplatform
platorm platform without sme some considerton considertonI consideration considerationIt
It woula b be deidely decidedly unusual to tcmake
mae make I te the preldental presidential nominaton nomination the theday thEday I
day the cnventin convention met and it might mightals mighlalso
als also reul result in stering scattering the delegtes delegtesad delegatet delegatetand
ad crowd crowds who would not cre care to re remain remain
main ater ater the presidential preidenial u pmlnation pmlnationbad lnaton lnatonnad
bad bn been made madeXfnsas madeKansas
Xfnsas Kansas Ha Bas Five Headquaer HeadquaerThe ffeadquarters ffeadquartersThe
The most elabrte elaborate decorations dertons fotstate for forstate
state hedquarters headquarters that have been seen seenat seesat
at any conventon convention are being fte fitted up upfor urfor
for Kans Kansas The stt stte h Iis secured sured s svery a av
v very ry lare large buiding building on on Balimore Baltimore ave avenue ayenue
nue ad and te the whole for floor is beine gor gorgeously gorgeously
geously deorate decorated wih with buntn bunting fags fagsetc flags flagsetc
etc etcTher etcThere Ther There are many picure pictures of Colonel ColonelBryan ColonelBryan
Bryan but one i i prtcula psrticular attcted attctedtht attracted attractedtht
tht tht eye of every every visitr vleltbr b ing lngtwelv lngtwelvfeet twelve twelvefeet
feet luar square with the Ametcan American fag flag in inan Inan
an upp upper r crner corner a 20 gold piee piece in one onelower onelower
lower corne corner and a sfver silver dola dollar opp oppo opposite
ste site The Kans Kansas men Intend to kep kepopen keep keepopen
open hous house all U Ute tme tmeSAY time timeSAY
SAY iERIALIS IMPERIALISM IMPERIALISMCOMS
COM COMS FIR8T FIR8TKansas FIT FITKans
Kans Kansas Ciy City Alo June 2Gener81 2Gener81E 20General 20GeneralE
E S Corsr Corser sretr secretary of the siver siverRepublc silver silverRepublican
Republc Republican natonal national cmmitee committee gve gveout gave gaveout
out a sttment statement tay today in regd regard to the thepro theprobable
pro probable able aUon action of the silver Republcan Republcanconvention RepUblican RepUblicanconvention
convention and incidently Incidentally a prophecy prophecyof
of the Une lines qn which the coming cming cam campaign cm cmpaign
paign wl will be fought fought foughtHe
He beleve believes that the sue of free freesiver freesilver
silver siver at 16 to 1 will wl be and ught to tobe tobe
be subrinat subordinated to the more pressing pre5sinquesion pressingquestion
quesion question of Imperaism lrnperlalism or antImp antiimpe antiimpeThere
rialsm rialsmThere
There Is not the slihtet slightest danger dangerGener dangerGeneral
Gener General Crer Corser sd said Othat that the tree si sii siier
er iseue iime wl will b be discredited disreied We standon stand standon
on that just a as we did In 16 126 But aU aUIntelgent allIntelligent
Intelgent Intelligent bimet1st bimetallists ae are agee agreed that thatit thatIt
it cannot b he made the gre great absrbing absrbingQuet absorbing absorbingquestion
Quet question n in tis this cmpig caEnpaign beuse because the thele1slaUon theleisIation
le1slaUon leisIation f the lat last congres congress has hasplaced
place placed i it b hend nd Immediate settement settlement settlementOn
On the te ot otiter ler hand te the queton question of a arepublc arepublic
republc republic or a an empire is one which is to tobe tobe
be sette settled at oncenow oncenow and forever foreverFour foreverFour
Four more year years of McInley McKinley andHanna and andHanna
Hanna Hanna would place that to too beyond beyondthe I
the pwer power of the Demotc Democratic party to tosette tosettle
sette settle The aUver QUtn qaestion Is a great greatquesUo greatquestion
quesUo question but Is one which the future futurecan futurecan
can sttle settle I If in the next four years the thegold thegold
gold stndar standard prve proves a gd good thing we wedo wedo
do not wtA wast a ehange cange bUt but If if as a we webeleve webelieve
beleve believe i it prve pive a ba bad thing it wI will willprove
prove it ith own undoing and w1 will demand demanda demanda
a a chag change changeMr
Mr Brans Bryans declaratlfn declaration that that there thereare thereare
are tre three get great Isue issuee In this ompaign ompaignfre campaign campaignfree
fre free slver silver imiaism inerIsJtMrn and te the trusts trustsIs
Is eminently eminenty correct crrct but of necesiy necesiyone necessity necessityone
one of the tree three wl wilitake take preeminence preeminenceand
and ta that wU will b be Imperialsm ImperialsmChar Imperialism ImperialismChare
Char Chare A A Towne wm arrive tomor tomorr tomorrow
r row and In cnfeence conference with vlt Generl GenerlCorr General GeneralCorser
Corr Corser ad and membs members of the cmmitee cmmiteew1 committee committeesiiI
siiI complete the prelkuirfary al
w1 te prellh aange aangemenu arrange arrangements
menu for the sliver siver Republican Republcn con conventon convention
venton ventonIt vention ventionLt
Lt Is expected that Seator Teller
It i expete Teler of ofColordo ofColorado
Colorado will be temporary ebtirman ebtirmanthat
Colordo w1 b temprary c rmni rmnithat
that L W Brow Brown of Ohio w1 will b be per permanent permanent
manent charma chairman BrYn Bryan w1 will be nam namfor
for prident preeldent on the sme same day that he heIs heis
Is named bY b he e Democrt Democrats DemocratsThesIIvr
namt
Thesivr ThesIIvr Republicans would uld lke like to toame toname
name ame C A Towne for vice president presidentbut presidentbut
but if te the Denpdcratic Der rtc conventIon onventon should shouldchoo should shouldchoo
choo anothet candidate it is
anotel cndldate it expeted expetedthat expected expectedthat
that te the coice choIce will 11 b be ratfe ratified by the thesivf thesilver
sivf silver ROubUeus RpubHcas RpubHcasWOLCOTT v vWOLCOTi
WOLCOTi WOLCOTT TO 0 BREAK REA NEWS NEWSWil NEWSwill
Wil will SuHTeddyby Surr eTeddy b Telling Telng of ofNomiation ofNomination
Nomiation NomiationWashingn Nomination NominationWashington
Washingn Washington June 9f I Wol Wolcott Wolcott
cott who wu w a caller ai uie uiehouse Ite Itehou8c
caler te
house today ai said th that h9 heUst st re received
ceived notc notice from the nQfon ntnaIRpub ntnaIRpublican ii f R pub pubIean
lican Iean commitee committee of his ap appointment intat as aschairman
chairman ot the commlt commItt to notty notify notifyGovernor
Governor Rovel Roceevelt t of his nomln nomination nominationas ton tonas
as vicpresident vicepresident He said sid ha would be beat
at the ValdorAstorla ValdorfAstorja in NeW York Yorkoil
01 oil the evening of July 1 11 wh where te he de desired desired
sired to meet the other member members of th thnotfkaton the thenotification
notfkaton notification commitee committee At 10 olock olockon ocIoeion
on te the morning of the 12th the com commtt corn1ttee
mtt 1ttee wU pQoee oceed to Oyster Bay
CIY CITYAL1IOST ALMOsT DEfAULTlD DAULThD IN INPAYffNT I IPAYMENI
PAYMENI Of BOND INTEREST
A lap lapee of memory on the part of ofCit ofCity
Cit City Audior Auditor Reiser a as to the tme time when whentheJuIy I
theuly payme1t paymet o of interst interest on bOJds bonds bondsshouldbe I Ishould
should shouldbe b e remite remitted t t New YOrk near j jly
ly cuse caused te the hh high stdlng stnnding of Sal Salt SaltLake
La Lake Cltys name in the fnwc flnnncial al1rrd al1rrdfor world worldfor
for prompt promptness es In meeing meeting its obliga obligations
tlons to receive a a tdklng Mng t to the eha chagrin
gin grin of the people ople of this t1 dity dityIt Cty
I It Is the custom of the city audior auditor auditorand I
and the cty city terer treeunset to rrange rJe at atlet atleast
let least fve five or sx six days before smian semian semiannual I
nuallnteret nual interest payent payments bcome become due due on onthe onthe
the frt first das days of January anuar Maeh18y1 MarehMay MarehMayJuly
July SeptemE September and November of ea eaeh eaehyear h
yea year for te the remlttrce remittance of the late lateamount large largeamounts I
amount amounts s so that they wi vill be in New NewYork NewYork
York In ample tme time to meet ti tbe de demands demands
mands of the bondholders This time timehowever
tme tmeh01ever
h01ever however the munlclplU mun1cipaI1t cme came mighty mightynear mightynear
near being In defaul default defaultAuditor
Auditor Reiser who has ha haI the thepleur thepleasure
pleur pleasure of drawing drawing the big interestwarrants interest I
warrnt warrants only once sinc since he went Into Intoofc intooffice 1 1foroten
ofc office admited admitted yesterday that he had hadforgotten
forgotten foroten t to have te the mqney sent off offnearly of
nealy nearly a week eek ago in the usual manner mannerHis mannerHis
His lape lapse of memory dawned on him al all allat
at once yes yeserday rday There was no tme time I I II
A YOUNG MOTUER NTlltDIYN NTlltDIYNlNS DRIVEN DRIVENINSNE
INSNE lNS BY A MISBORN BAB
6 Physical aiment ailments and brooding over overche
the srrowful sorrowful knowledge that her hereighteenmonthsold hereighteenmonthsold I
eighteenmonthsold babe wa was born bornwithout bornwithout
without ordinary brain and wel well wellformed I
formed vital part parts have dethroned the thereason thereason
reason of Mrs Isabel Shields Shieds wife ofJosefh of ofo
Josefh o enh A Shields a young far farmer er of ofPleaant ofPleasant
Pleaant Pleasant Green a viage village in the west westr westem
em r part of t tbe valey valeyY1st valley valleyYsterday
Y1st Ysterday r1 tr 1 SIflds Shlolds brought his hisyoung hIsyoung
young wife to thiS thin city to see what whatcould whatcould
could bf be done for herln a medical waybut way waybut
but the unortiinatnwomans womans condI condIton condition
unfortnat
ton tion wa was found t to bfuch bsueh that it wa wadeemed
deemed by Dr Wrighr and Dr Ander Anderson Anderson
son best that DrWrig she b beent sent to the State StateInsane StateInsane
Insane aylum asylum whthe hde i It is posble posblethat poslb1ethat
that the trea treatment ment he wI will receive
WifES BAND PbfA TO fROM SAY SA VE iMPRISONMENT IUS IUSBAND IIUS IIUSBAND
A drmati dramatic scene was winessed witnessed in Jus Justce Justice
tce tice Kroegers court yesterday afemoon afternoon afternoonat I Iat
at at the conclusion of the tral trial of H H H HClfon HClifton
Clfon Clifton for embezzlement The he young youngman youngman
man was convicted anf an sentence sentenced to pay paya
a fne fine of 2 25 and Imprisonment for one oneday oneday
day As the verdict was announced Mrs MrsClton MrsClifton
Clton Clifton the prety pretty young wie wife of the ac accusd accused
cusd cused leaped to her er f f and thr threw w her herarms herarms
arms around her husbands neck beg beggng begging
ging pieously piteously th tht t hebe he be alowed allowed to re remain remain
gng main wih with his family Tere There was scarce scarcely carcely
ly a dr dry eye In the thecourt court room whl whtl this thisspne thisscene
scene WA being enacted The he woman womancemed woman womanseemed
spne seemed cemed t6 have lost al all contrl of her hereelog herfeelings
feelings eelog
Dont tak take hIm away she cred cried criedPlease
Pleae Please let him stay Il Ill go wih with you youBert youBert I
Bert they cant take you away from fromme frominc
me
meThe The convicted husband tried In vain to topacify
husbad
paciy pacify the ltle little wie wife but even afer after his hisfne hisfine I
fine was paid she wa was distracted The Thetrial
fne tral trial hd had been a terrble terrible ordeal to herall her heral
all the afternoon aftemoonThe afternoonThe
al The case was stubborly stubbornly fought Mr MrGpnter MrGinter
Gpnter representng renresenting the stte state and Mr MrStraup MrStraup
Straup the defendant defendant Clfton Clifton was wascharged wascharged
charged wih with embezzlng embezzling 1 11 from the theHanson theHanson
Hanson Produce cmpany company having been beentrIed beentried
trIed for pett petit larceny gowing growing out of ofslmlar ofsimilar
similar cIrcumstances In polce police court Hepleaded He Hepleaded
slmlar pleaded once In jeopardy but the stte sttemade state statemade
made out a cae case nevertheless
UrAlI BOYS GOING TO FIGHT fIGTIN <
IN N WAR AGAINST CUNESf
1484 L t iiighth nlg ts wet weet boune bound passenger passengertrain pasenger pasengertrain
train crrie carriedo1evenolUier aeyeIJoldierbpys boys fr frm frmSeIt m ml
SeIt l bake ake towards towards the Pridio Presidio San SanFrncisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Frncisco seveR of them tem being bein candi candidt candidates
and four fourof fourof
dt dates for the hospital cors corts
of them re recruits is fo for lne line srv1c service The Thedetachmet Thedetachmept
of A H HBert HBert
detachmet w vra in In charge o
Bert Pike a son of of Dr DroW oW W R H Pike Pikeof ike ikeof
of Bert Provo Pik who enlsed enlIted In the hospital hospitalcorps l lcrps
and h has S been beenstatone beenstationed
corps some time ao ago
sme tme
crps while jhe jheother he heother
Fort touglas
at rt Whie
stationed Douglas
statone aU aUwel allwell
are
members of the party
other prty
mmbrs for torthe forthe
well known in the city They ar are
wel Collins ComnsOsar CollinsOscar
s Arthur L
hospital co coS
the
hospial E Breinhoit Parley B Chrs Chrsten Chris Christenet
Oscar
tenet Osar ten I h Chapman ChaI n LeWis Mitchell Mitchelland Mitchel Mitcheland
and Andrew t Hatman Hartman The recruits
to be lost lost The money 31200 would be bedue
due in New York today July 1 being beingSunday beingSunday
Sunday and there were not not hours hoursenough hoursenough
enough aed ahead to snd send the remittnce remittncein remittance remittancein
in the usual way by mai mail mailWhen
Wen When usua the lrouspes erjousness of the sltuatoI situation situationpresented
prented presented itel itself Audior Auditor Reiser had hadTreasurer
Trirer Treasurer Mors Morris jcir join him in telegraph telegraphing telegraph telegraphtug
tug te the remittnce remittance through the banko bankoVeIs bank of ofWells
Wells VeIs Fargo Co This wa was doneand done donead
ad and frtunately fortunately there wi vil1 be no hitch hitchIn
In the bondholders geting getting their inter interet Intereat
eat today In New York the stipulated stipulatedtime sUpul ted tedtme
et tday
tme time and plae plare of pyent payment paymentThe
The bond Interet interest whic which was sent seflt by bywire bywire
wire ye yesterday terday is for the July uly payment paymenton ayient ayienton
on city bonds agreating aggregating l24S000 24800 ofthe of
te the cty issues of January anuary and July181 July181and Julys 1S91 1S91and I
I Iper
and July 182 1S92 the interest rte rate being 5 5per I IThere
per cnt cent centThere
There wa was no mney money in the treasur treasury treasuryto
ment and the thecty thecitys I
to meet this large arge pa payment
cty citys overdraf overdraft account at te the banks bankshad
had to be again depended depnded upon thus thusrunning
running the overdrat overdraft up t to aout about 100
0 000 If the cit city had bad no no credit at the the10MI thelocdl
10MI banks untl until tx tax revenues areavailable are areayaiable
ayaiable available late in te the fal fall the municipal municipality I Iiy
iy ity business would probably have to go out of ofbusiness II IIbusiness
1
are James Shaw Charles LC L Ct Cters It
erSt ers Joh John Lganand Loganand f Josei1liEurn Josei1liEurnBreinholt oseIBurn oseIBurnBreinhol
Breinholt was a member of battery batteryC
CJ C Breinhol Ut Utah h light wa artier artillery and Chrstensen Chrlstens h hserved I Isered
sered served In FIrst trop tro p Utah cavalry cavalryduring cav lr 1 1durng
durng during the SIanish Sianish war under Cap Captam I i
Caine CaineThe CaineThe
tam Joe oe I
tin The immediate destnaton destination of the theI theboys theboys
boys Is Fort McDowaU Cal Cal where wherethey wherethey
they will be divided the lne line recruis recruisgoing recruits recruitsgoing
w1 the hos hosDial hosnital
going to the phippines Philippines and j
nital men to the Phippines Philippines and HOng HOngkong Hongkong
Dial kong They wi will be the frst first Utah boys boysto boysto
to serve in China Chinaeat ChinaA
sere friends were on hand handat handat
A great eat many frends
may
at the Rio Grande Western deIot depot depotsee to tosee
them Off last lglit andth andthy y wer weratended were wereattended
attended atended see themof by many VIght wish wishes ofgood ofgoodluck ofgoodluckand luck luckand
and godspeed
CUffl CUAFFftISORDRDTO CUAFFftISORDRDTOAVOIDENTAN6LMNTS IS ORDERED TO TOAVOID
AVOID AVOIDENTAN6LMNTS NT AN6LfMENTS
20SecretarY Root Rootdeoted Rootdevoted
wshington June 2GSecretar
devoted the afternoon t to the preara prepara preparation
deoted to Br Briga4ier ier Ge Geeral Gen General
tion of Instru InstrutioflS tons 1 gd
hasb been en assigned to tothe tothe
eral Chaflee who nho has a slged
Chaee
the command of the troops ordered to toChina toChina
China and after a conference the presi president preSident
with only a few fewverbal fewverbal
approved them wih
dent tem
verbal changes whi whioh h did not change changeteir changetheir
their general charcter charcterlhough character characterAithough
teir notmake not notmake
would
Aithough s Skietary retary Root Root
make lhough publc public the text of th the c Chaffee fee in insructons instructiOns
structiOns he said that generally generallyspeaking
sructons General Ch ChaffehaS been ordered or ordere
speking speaking feeas the interests of ofthe ofthe
look out for
dered to
avoid avoidentanglng avoidentangling
dere United States in China to
the Unied alliances in China to act actwih actwith
entanglng entangling alances It was to tothe tothe
other powersvhere i
the
with
wih interest pwerswhere to do soand so and in a aword aword
the generfli interet
gener the policy which has hasmarked hasmarked
word to continue polcy
contnue states stateswhe
Stateswhere
United
marked the actons actions of the Unied
whe where e the forai formal notficaton notification to thegoVCrOr the thegoverpor
goverpor goVCrOr wi will fftke ke place vlaceTOWN placerOWNE
TOWN rOWNE T TALKS K OFnIPERIALISM OF OFIERIAISM
nIPERIALISM nIPERIALISMSioux IERIAISM IERIAISMSioux
29Charles A ATowne ATown
Sioux City Ia June
Towne Town arived arrived ln l SiduXCty SidUC City thiseve thiseveing thiseven thisevenIng
ing He He said saidThe saidThe
In which this thiscontest thiscontest
phases
The principll
and descjlbe escribed iS iSthe lsthe
contest i Is Dre Dresented ented ind
the mon money Y ou question st n te the tnlst tnist and ndAhe ndAhequeston the thequestiqn
questiqn 9f iMperialism irperlaUsm IJ aj v no nohesiancy o ohesitancy
queston
hesitancy in saying that in inthy y judg judgent judgment
hesiancy ment the most important uneof thde thdeat the theat
at ent the present moment and the one onedetned onedestined
destined to overhadov overshador al all others thers thersth in inI
detned thf th discussion of the ompahtn oampaln is the thequeston thequestion
I queston question of Imperialsm ImperialsmCLARKS Imperialism ImperialismCLLELES
CLARKS BIG BIGReported PROMSE PROMSERported
Rported Reported Re Ready dy to Gve Give lOOOOOO to toCampaig toCampaign
Campaig Campaign CampaignSpecia4
c cNew
Specia4 Spec The Herald HeraldNew Herd
New York June une 29 29It I Is reported reportedhere reportedhere
here New today thatSen that Senhtor or W J et Clark Clarkof
of 1lont Montana 8 h hs pr prcmIsed mlsed i41iioo0 1d oo to toe tontiona1
e n ntiona1 tlonal Demicrtc Demfcratic caiitign caiitignNo
Lund LundNo
No conllrinatlon o1l aton ian 4an 1bbta be bbtained bbtainedNOTA d dNOT
NOT NOTA ROUGH RI MiDP MiDPBoosevell R RRoosev
Roosev Boosevell l T Talks ks of Ris Kis la lan lanpaign fici
pdgw pdg paignJune
w r June GoveVnor ove nor RoIsO RoIsOYt o s st
Yt t bine e jntO the Q city today fi m mOyat
mt tOdr frm frmOya
Oya t 3ay 8ya uflacleompanied ompanied n i ith spent spentthat spentbustn
LL LLb
that th o ii drangmg some privte privteustnes
b bustn ustnes ma wrs At 5 oclock he
on s a Lak Lake Shore train f fOr r Okl Oklwlere Oklali Oklaliwhere a
wlere where he IS t to attend the Rou Roua Rough Rid RidreUni0pOce1ebrate l
I reUni0pOce1ebrate eunio lebra1 the b battle t tl ot otColonel t tuan
uan qo ne unaccom unaccomColonel
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f1 f1co
Colonel Roos elt re ering the theI e
co coii1ng ng cmptg earnia1gn satd satdI sotd
I shal shall make my myfight 1 ht i iI Ipaiga cam camov
I pnlg paiga entrely entirely onmY on my record eOornd eOorndtahe tahe as asr ov
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may restore her to a normal condiU conditlpn conditlpnof r
of mentl mental and ph physical slcl health Judge JudgeProtempore udgePotempore
Potempore Protempore Blair before whom t the theexamination e eexamlnaton
examlnaton examination was held cncurred concurred in tle tlefndings the thefindings
medical board and com commited
fndings findings of the medicl corn cornmitted
mited mitted Mrs Shields to the custody of ofSherif ofSheriff
Sheriff Sherif Howells Howels who together wih wihthe with withthe
the bereaved husband escorted the thepoor thepoor
poor woman to the mental hosDitl hospital at atProvo atProvo
Provo ProvoAccording ProvoAccording
According to the evidence adduced at atthe atthe
the examinaton examination the conditon condition df f th thpatent the thepatient
patent patient has been geting getting steaiy steadily worse worsethe worsethe
the pat past few weeks Seyeral times timeslately tmes tmeslately
lately she ha has atemJted attempted to ki kill her herself herself
self by drowning and by means of a a aknife
knife knie necessitng necessitating the cnstnt constant watch watchIng watchIng
Ing of her Her halucinat hallucination n I is that thatshe thatshe
she sees God and that the evi evil One is iscnUnuaUy iscontinually
cnUnuaUy continually after he her
since the begnning beginning of te the Boxer troub troubles troublea
lea in China ChinaThese China
These instrctons instructions wi will be telegraphed telegraphedto
to Generl General Chafee Chaffee at San Frncsco Frncscoinorder Francisco Franciscoinorder
inorder to reach him before the depar departure departure
ture o of the Grant Sunday evening eveningSecretary
Seretar Secretary Root said that In case the theprogess theprogress I
progress of events made i it necessar necessary it itwould Itwould
would progess be an easy mater matter to modify modifyGenerl modifyGeneral
Generl General Chafees Chaffees instrctons Instructions by cable cableto cableto
to Nagasaki which would be the frst frstport first firstport
port visited by by the Grant after her de departure departure
parture from San Francisco FranciscoSecretary FranciscoSecretary
Secretary Root was aked asked if i any more moretroops moretroops
troops would be ordered to China and andhe andhe
he replied repled Not yet but intimated intimatedthat intmated intmatedthat
that the further acton action of the war de deprtment department
partment in that materwould matterwould be gov governed governed
prtment erned entrely entirely by the exigencies of the thesituaton thesituation
situaton situation Todays instructons Instructions are sup supplemeJtar supplemeptary
plemeJtar plemeptary to his original orders to toproceed toproce
proceed proce d to Pekln by way of Nagasaki Nagasakiand Nagasakiand
and Takuernor Taku Takuernor
ernor There w1 will be noRo no Rough gh Rider Riderexcitement RIderexcitement
excitement no Khaki uniforms or any anything any anything
thing of the sort sortrA sort sortHANNA
HANNA rA WANS WANTS IT AL ALSays ALL ALLSays
Says Nobody Else May Hold Up the theTrsts theTrusts
Trsts TrstsCleveland Trusts TrustsCleveland
Cleveland 0 June 29Informaton 29Informatonhas 29Information 29Informationhas
has reached Senator Hanna that par partes parties
tes ties in New York and Phiadelphia Philadelphia are aresoliciting I IsoUciUng
soliciting and colectng collecting funds for the theRepublcan theRepublican
Republican Republcan national natonal cmpaign campaign MrHanna Mr MrHSnna
HSnna Hanna desir desires s the Associated Press to tostate
state that no one ha has been authorized authorizedby
by himself or the natonal national commitee commiteesolcit committee committeesolicit
solcit solicit or to receive money for the t j jpose
Dose named namedPROVtENTCAXOR namedRovtDfl
PROVtENTCAXOR PROVtENTCAXORDelegates RovtDfl CAIPORNIAN CAIPORNIANDelegates
Delegates Take Plent Plenty of Fris Pruits PruitsWines i iWines
Wines WinesSan Wines WinesSan
San Francisco June une 29The Cal Call Callfornia
fornia and Hawaian Hawaiian delegates delegates to the theDemocratc theDemocratic
Democratic Democratc natonal national conventon convention at atKansas I
Kansa Kansas City start started d east today The Thedelegations
I delegatons delegations were escored escorted to their traIn I
by the Iroquois club of this city They Theywi Theywill I
wi will reach Kansas Cty City a at 640 p m mMonday mMonday
Monday night night A lare large consigment consigmentof consignment consignmentof
of fruis fruits and wines have already been beenshipped beenshipped
shipped to the Calfrnia California headquarter headquarters headquartersin
in the c convention venton ciy ciyRlval city cityRival <
Rival Montna Montana Delegates LeaveHelena Leave LeaveHelena
Helena Helena Mont June une 29The ant anti antiClark
Clark delegate delegates to Knsas Kansas City lef left for forthe forthe
the south toHa totlay The Clar delegtes delegtesi delegates delegatesbill
bill i leave Butte tomorrow on a sne special specialtrain ial ialtrin
trin train provided by Clark Both deleg delega delegations
seated tons tions feel cnfdent confident they wi will be beeated beseated
w
TELEGRAPHC TELEG1APLIG BRIEFSPresId BRIEFS BRIEFSPresident
President PresId t and Mrs McKnle McKinley left leftWahinton leftWashington
Wahinton Washington lost last 1ht night for Canto 0 0where 0where
where they are to remain for s several severalseeks verI verIwek
wek seeks seeksA
A A lndslde landslide occune o c rred at lrtel Rartzell HI Bill Billthirteen
thirteen mles miles elow Decatur ectur Ala Aa on onthe onthe
the L NJlrod NraiIroad I It Is known kn wn that thatthree thatthree
three m rctn n one negro and two whies whieswere whites whiteswere
were kled killed and I it nego is thought severl seVeral oth other othera
er era shed shared the same fat fate
Nil t O DtHNITf WORD WORDAS ODD ODDTa
AS TO MINISTERS MINISTfRSand
and it is belevedthat believedthat a new emperor emperorwi emperorwill
wi will be proctlaImed proctlaImedTBDATY r caime caimeTATY
TATY TBDATY I IS NOT OT IATIPIED IATIPIEDWashington ATID ATIDWas1gon
Washington A ithoritiesTakeNo t1 Ta eNo Acfton Ac Ac50n
Was1gon tes i iW
50n linNatteF linNatteFWashington in Matter
W Washington hlngton J Jun20Tlib 29T stte state de department deprtrnent
partment also al Y hXAS acqualntd acquainted with theterms the thetens
tens terms of the ageement agreement between the theconsul theconsuls
consul consuls ad and thekroys thIt roys lo looking king to the theprotecton theprotetlon
protecton protetlon or of fdr firdign i n int intesth rest In the thesouter thesouthern
souter southern Drovlte Drovi11es lIn n Chl China ChinaThe a
The frst first steJ tei 10 thIS end waindl waindlcatedin was mdi mdicated
catedin cated In Secretary Secret1ry Hays cablegam cablegram of oflat oflast
lat last WenesdMt WednesdaW t the Anericancn AnericancnuI American eon eonsuls
suls uI in China hlna athorizlng apthorizing tler tleni to ta take takedirect e edirect
direct zotioninteac1 tetonInftead of waitng waiting on possible pos possible
sible communictons communications wih with Minister MinisterConger MinisterConger
Conger Th Thus authorized Consul G Gen Gener l
eril er l Goodow Goodnow Shanghai t and and prob probably probably
ably aver1 Several ot1er otler in the South began behnneJotatons begannegotiations
neJotatons negotiations with the viceroys and too tootais tao taotam
tais tam of their respectve respective distict districts The Theoutcome lhe lheoutcom
outcome Vas as the nine nine articles artcles of agreement agree agreeent
ment mentThe
ent
The agre agrrneht meht is is beleved believed to have havecome havecome
come to the st state te department thrugh thrughMr through throughMr
Mr Wu th the Chinese minister and is isprobably isprobably
probably one of a number of identcal identcalnotes Identical Identicalnotes
notes addresed addressed to the European pow powers powers
ers and the United States Before itcan It Itcan
can can become efectve effective It must receive receivethe receivethe
the forma1 formal approval of the government governmenthere
here and t tO that end the mater matter was waslaid
laid before the cabinet at todays ses session session
I sion As alreadv already stated tatp there is a apreceden aprecedent I
precedent t for the neutralization or
treaty In norts in time of war
treat the condions conditions were never quite s sfm sfmliar m mlar
lar liar to those now proposed proposedAgreement roposedAgeement
Agreement Ageement Not Ratified RatifiedThe Ratifed RatifedThe
The cabinet faied failed fo ratfy ratify the the aSee aSeement agree agreement
ment at todays meetng meeting In fact the thedocumnt thedocurnnt
documnt in its Ia inception incepton and variousstages various variousstges
stges stages of development wa was regarded regardedas
as properly open to such dobt doubt as to towarrant towarrant
warrant the belef belief that the foreIgn foreIgnconsuls foreignconsuls
consuls as a bdY body certainly never en enterd entered
terd tered Into the agreement agreementThere agreementThere
There wa was an apparent confct conflict be betw between
tw tween en same of the provisIons and In Infact Infact
fact the whole d document cument bore the ap appearnce appearance
pearnce pearance of a a rough memorandum memorandumwhich memorandumwhich
which the cabinet cabinet concluded couldnever could couldnever
never have receivd received the he assent of 01 all allof
of the foreign consuls onuls even supposing supposingthat
that some of them mIght have become becomefr becomefrightened
fr frightened htened into acquiescence acouiescenceTherefore acquiescenceTberefore
Therefore no steDs steps were taken even evento evento
to ascertain by direct Inquiry nquir ot Con Consul Consul
sul General Goodnow whether theagreement the theagreement
agreement wa was authentc authentic and he e had hadsiged hadsigned
siged signed tt it I It was simply assumed that thatif thatif
if he ha had done so he would have ac acquainted acquainted
quainted the department being in inreay Inready
reay ready cable cmmunicton communication So the themater thematter
mater matter wa was drpped drppedIEMFF dropped droppedKEMPEFAT
IEMFF KEMPEFAT SE SEOIy
OIy MNISTERS MNISTERSWashington MINISTERS MINISTERSWashington
Washington JunE June 29The nav navy de department department
partment this morning received the fol following following
lowing cabfegra0 4 4Che J a O fro froim Admiral AdmiralKemnf AdmiralKemnff
Kemnf Kemnff
fChe F09 Iun D lSeeretary Secetar 9f f the theNav theNavy
Nav Navy Pekin nIJe relif expediton expedition in Tien TienTsin TienTTsin
Tsin with 200 sic and wounded Min Ministers Mm Mmisters
isters and nd Pekin party rarty not nofwlth with them
No news from frpmthm th m I It IAdmiral
t uPFF uPFFAdmiral
Admiral Kempt Kempif today acknowledged acknowledgedt
t the e eror error he he had mad in reportng reporting the thepreence thepresence
presence ot the fOJClg foroign ministers wih wihAdmirl with withAdmiral
Admirl Admiral preence Seymours column eight mies miesout miles milesout
out from Tien Tsin His cablegramthih cablegram cablegramthi
thi thih mornIng amts admits that there Is no nokowledg nokxlpwledgaof
kowledg kxlpwledgaof of lhieir ei whereabouts ad adit and andit
I it Is s asr assiir d t tl ejror or iI Ir the trt first re reP rep4r
P p4r k aroe areromt1e o1 c amir aamlrals rs accept acceptance acceptance
ance o of a rumor t that t was ver very gnqr gnqrally n r rally
ally curren cuientdt rqmQr Ie The tlm tin the cal1 alfgram alfgramwa gram gramwas
wa was sat sent sentThe
The Tact t that atthe the admirals dmirals nessage nessageIS message messageis I
IS dated at the he Foe today warrant warrants warrantsthe I Ithe
the suppositon supposition that telegaphic telegraphic con coal coalmunicatlon II IImunicton
municton municatlon ha has b blen en restored between betweenthat
that point oint and Talm where te the for foreig foreign I
eig eign teet fleet les lies there There U I however a apossibility
possibiiY possibility that the admfal could get geta I
a dis1tch dIspatch acrO across from Tak Takil to he heFor heFoO
For FoO te the saI same date ate by pushing t tine tineYorktown e i iYOlktpwn
YOlktpwn Yorktown wh wh1cl ha has beelu been used ed a adispatchboat a adispatc
dispatc dispatchboat dispatchboatAdmtal b0t I Ito
AdmiraIKemfg Admtal KemDffa news has ded dedto
to the tepr i1epression Sion in om oulThialMuart luate rn rnNo I
No news from any ny of t tile e Aerl Aifferican Aiffericanstate an anstate
state deprment department Qfc ftlcials ts in China was wasreceived I Irecelyed
received 1 today Secre Secretary r Hay who whowas I Iwas
was heverely sevrely taed taxed by te the exhausting exhaustinglabors xhaustng I Ilabors
labors thrwn thrown upon him during the thepresent I
pree present t heate heated spel spell was ing inispoasd sposd to today I
day and nd re rema1n ain at his home whie whieAssistant while whileAssistant
Assistant Secretary Hi Hill lookedafter lookedafterthe looked after afterthe
Secretry
the routne routine business of the state de depar departrnent
par partrnent partrnentTERMS ment mentTERMS
TERMS PROPOSED
BY TWO VICEROYS VIOEROYSParis
Paris June 29It was announced announcedto announcedtoday
to today ay that the he Chinese legaton legation here herehad herehad
had communlctep comrnunicatei to the French French gov governme gov government
ernme ernment nt the the text of a document cabled cabledby
I
by the viceroys f Nanklnand Nankin and Han Hankow Hankow
kow June 27J 27 which is a an agreement agreementbetween
between between the vtclOYS victhoys and consuls at atShaghai atShanghai I
Shanghai whereb whereby subject to certain certainconditons certainconditions
conditons conditions the viceroys undertake to toI toprotect toprotect I
protect the missIonaries and foreign foreignmerchant foreignmerchants
merchant merchants in South and Eat East China ChinaThe ChinaThe
The text of the cablegm cablegram of the theviceroys theviceroys
viceroys to the Chinese minister in inParis InParis
Paris Is as folows follows We the vicero viceroys viceroyso s sof
of o Nankin and Hankow in order prop properly
erJy to provide for the protecton protection ofmissionaries of ofmissionaries
missionaries missionaries and foreign merchants in inthe Inthe
the southern and eastern parts of the theChinese theChinese
Chinese empire have ordered the gov goverbor I Iernor
ernor of Shanghai to submit to al all of ofthe ofthe
the consuls and combine wih with them in inthe inthe
the folowing following agreements agreementsArtcle agreementsArticle
Article Artcle 1The measures we have havetaken havetaken
taken have in view the prtecton protection of ofthe ofthe
the lves lives ad and property of missionaries missionariesand
and of Chinese merchants without dis distncton distinctlon
tncton tnctonArt tinctlon tinctlonArtiqle
Art Artiqle < le 2I 2It Is understood on both bothsides bothsides
sides that Shanghai concessions shal shall shallbe
be protected by the foreign foreig powers powersArtcle powersArticle
Artcle Article 3Theviceroy of Nanldn and andthe andthe
the viceroy of Hankow formaly formally agee ageeto agree agreeto
to protect t1e the properties of missionar missionaries
ies ann foreign merchants in the val valley valhey
hey of the YangTee Kiang and in the theports theports
ports of Fou Chow and Hanko Or Orders Orders
ders have been given by them to the thelooal thelooal
looal authorites authorities in the various prov provIn provin
In es forbidding the spreading of offalse offalse
false nWs and directing directng th the arrest ofthe of ofthe
the Boxer Boxers BoxersArticle
itArtlcle Article 4In 4In Dorts where foreig foreign foreignwarships
warships are lying they are authorIzed authorIzedto
to reme1n remain at anchorage on conditon conditonthat condition conditiontlmt
that tine he saiors sailors are on board boardNo boardNo
No WarShips to be Sent SentArtcle SentArticle
Artcle Article 5Sh 5Sh uld the foreign owers owerssend owerssend
send warships to the YamtTseKiang YamtTseKiangwitout YangTseKiang YangTseKiangwithout
witout without the consent of the goverors goverorsthe governors governorsthe
the latter are not to be held from the themisdeeds themisdeeds
misdeeds that foIow follow China Chinh shal shall not notbe notbe
be cUed called upon to pay indemniy indemniyArtcle indemnity indemnityArticle
Article Artcle 6Foreign 6Forelg warships shall shallnot shal
not approach or anchor near the Woo WooSung WooSung
Sung forts or those in the valey valley under underany underany
any pretxt pretext not even for the dri drill of ofsnUor ofsailors
snUor sailors in avoiding any misunderstand misunderstanding
ing or misfortune n1lsfortuneArticle misfortuneArticle
Article 7i1 the foreign powers nol nolto notto
to permit their th lr warships to approach approachor
or anchor in the neighborhood of the theShanghai theShanghai
Shanghai Shanghai arsenal and not to permit permittheir permittheir
their sailors salors to approach the ammunition ammunI ammunIton
ton tion pianufcured anufc ure In the arenal arsenal and andint andIntenl
int Intenl tu fcfl t thb h use against the rebels rebelsand rebelsand
and the f prtecton prbtection of missionarIes and andmerchants andraerchants
merchants raerchants Should however a vice vicefQyor viceroy
fQyor roy or governor withdrw withdraw any ammu ammunitQn ammunltlon
nitQn nltlon he must not be suspected suspectedArUcle suspectedArticle
Article SIn 8In places tus thus tar devoidof devoid devoidQf
Qf troops missionarie missionaries and and foreign foreigntravelers foreigntravelers
travelers are not to go in order that thatthey thatthey
they may n not t expose themselves to a adangar aange
dangar ange whatever whateveriAricle I IArUJcIe
ArUJcIe 9The pIotacUon protection of the theha thebanghaI
ha banghaI iAricle g ai concession shal shall bcarred bcarredout be c rrie4 rrie4Dut
out with te the greatest geatst calmness clmness and ad
ciith ih an absence of o ostentation ostentaton for f r in inthe inthe
the present excited xcied condiion condition of the thepeople thepeople
people the slghtest slightest alarm lam might pro provoke pro proyoke
yoke disorders of which evimInded evimIndedperons evilminded evilmindedpersons
could take to Insti Instigate
perons persons t avantge advantage inst
gte gate dang dangerous rous agnaton ag1tatIon It I other ac acton actIon
ton tIon Is taken tha than that here ex expounded expounded
pounded i it wi will be impossible to pro protect protect
tect the les lives and prpery property of natves natvesad natives nativesand
ad and forei foreigners foreignersconsuls er
consuls C Hold HoldBack HoldBackThe Back BackThe
nus
The consuls havenot bavanot yet siged signed the theageement theagreement
ageement agreement but ar waitng waiting autor authorrza authorrzation ia iaton
ton tion from their repectv respectiy governments governmentsThe
The vicer vIcerOs s conclude by instructig instructigthe Instructing Instructingthe
the mlnist r in the Interest of the thevarious thevarious
various nrovlnces of sutheat southeast China Chinato
to submit ths this aangement arrangement a as quIckly quIcklyas
as possible to the French minister of offoreig offoreign
foreig foreign afairs affairs and to beg him to accept acceptiL
iL
itInforrnatiofi iLInforzato1 Inforzato1 Inforrnatiofi reev received apart from the thecablega thecablegram
cablega cablegram to the Chinese minister ministershows ministershows
shows tat that the consuls have not yet yetsiged yetsIgned
siged sIgned sIgnedBOERS
0 0BOERS
BOERS HARASS BRTSH BRTSHGuerlillWarfare BRITISH BRITISHGilerrillaWarfare
GuerlillWarfare GilerrillaWarfare is StiJ Still Active Activeanel ActiveanlWideSpiead
anel anlWideSpiead anlWideSpieadLondon Y idesplcad idesplcadLondon
I
London June une3 4 49 a mActve m4ctive Boer BoerI Boergerria Boerguerrilla I
gerria guerrilla operatons operations are r repoted p ted from fromhal fronthalf
hal half a dozen pointg poinU in Orange Iver Thver Colcay Col Colonv
cay
onvThe The war olce has received the follow followlug olow olowIng
lug from Lord oice Robert RoberPretoria RobertPretoria
Pretoria Pretoria June 29Paget report reports fromLiridley from fromLindley
Lindley that he was engaged on June 26 26wih 28with
wih with 1 a body o of the enemy who were werestrongly werestrongy
strongly reinforced reinforced during the day A Aconvoy Aconvoy
convoy of stores for the Lindley garrisonwas garrison garrisonwa
wa was also attacked ttacldon on June une 26 but afer afera after aftera
a heav heavy rear guard acton action lhf thd convoy convoyreached convoyreached
reached LIndley In Ia saety safety Our csual csualtes casual casualties
tes ties were ten k1ed killed and four fllcers fcer andabout and andabout
about ffty fifty men wounde wounded The fght fight re reported reported
ported yeterday yesterday was under Lieutenant LieutenantColone1 LieutenantColonel
Colonel Grenfel Grenfeli not Drelper Brbant Brbantcare Brabant Brabantcame
care came up during the engagement enggement TOll TOllcasualtes Total Totalcasualties
casualtes casualties of the two columns three threekled threekilled
kled killed and twentthree twentythree wounded woundedOn woundedOn
On the prevIous day near Ficksburg FicksburgBoyes Ickburg IckburgBoyes
Boyes brigde brigade wa was in action a ton with wIth a body bodyof bodyof
of the enemy OUI Our casualte casualties were two twoofcers twoofficerS
ofcers officerS kUe killed four men wounded and one oneman oneman
man missing missingI missingMethuen
Methuen found yesterday eterday that the Boer Boerlaager Boerlaager
I laager ner near Vachkop and Splzkop Spitzkop had hadI hadbeen
I been hasty hastily removed in the lreton direction of ofLindley ofLindley
Lindley He folowe followed the enemy twelve twelvemies twelvemiles
mies miles and captured capture SO 88 sheep and 500 500head
head of catte cattle which the enemy had hadseized hadseized
seized in that neighborhood Our casual casualtes casualties
ties were four men wounded woundedHunter woundedHunter
tes Hunter continued contnued his march yeterday yeterdaytoward yesterday yesterdaytoward
toward theVaal river unopposed Many Manyfarmers 1any 1anyfarmers
farmers along the route have surren surrendered surrendered
dered
Canadias Canadians Are Victorous V1ctorious V1ctoriousSprings
Springs the terminus of the raiway raiwayf railway railwayfzm
f fzm m Johannesburg ohanneburt terlnU due est east was at attacked
tacked yesterday este rday moring mornlng The CnadIRl 3anadias 3anadiasregiment
regiment which girrisoned the place placebeat placebeat
beat of off the enemy grrsne No casualtes casualties ar arreported artreported
reported reportedLieutenant reportedLieutenant
Lieutenant North reported eprted missing missingefter I
fter efter the atack attack on the constructon constructontrain construction constructiontrain
train is a prisoner of the Boer Boers BoersBoor I
Boor ofcial official reprts reports from om Machadodor Machadodorp Machadodorpaver I
aver that a part of a a British Bntsh convoy was wascaptured wascaptured
captured on June 2 24 near Vinburg WinburgThe VinburgTho
The Lourenzo Marqu Marques correpondent correpondentof correspondent correspondentof
of the Times says saysBoth saysBoth
Both the burgher burghers an and the e foreigners foreignerswho foreigers foreigerswho
who are arving arriving her here nfess < a strong strongbelef strongbelief
belef belief that I it wl will tke take trom iom tree titree to six sixmonths sixmonths
months to subue subdue Bers BersA Beers BeersA
A Cape Town Tow di dlStc ch reports fn an at attempt attempt
tempt by the Boer Boers t t blow up the ar artier artillery
tier tillery barracks and magazine at pre pretoria Rre Rretoria
toria I It Is added that an artiErman artiErmanwho artilleryman artillerymanwho
who frustrated frustrated the atempt attempt by wit with withdrawing
drawing a lighted hted fuse was kied killed by y a a aqpr
dr4ling BoprwhQm qpr wh0m l te the sD1ilet soiiem felws afnvard zfterwardsat zfterwardsatthmbted t tt
t thmbted mft d to lych lynch It 4i i I
HE IIEISAVWBADMAN IIEISAVWBADMANTook IS A E Y BA iA iATook
Took Young Womas Womans Jewelr Jewelry JewelrySh nnd nndShe
She Sh Appealedto Polce PolceA Po1ic Po1icA
A young woman woman wh who gve gave her name nameas nameas
as Miss Payne Pay caine te into the polce polcetaton police policestatIon
statIon taton a few da days ao ago and wanted wantedthe wantedthe
the pollc pUc to lo locte te a young younman man who whohe whpshe
she he said had taken en tree three ot her ri rings ringsand
and refused to rtur return th therp J or tl tIl her herwhere I I Iwhere
where they w were e fe Site gave th the y Onng OnngmanS lng I Iman
man manS name 8 as F Bansn iansen and s said d t that thathe at i ihe
he tok took the rin rings ft from m her a as she shethought shethought
thought ln fun ad and that she alowed alowedhim allowed allowedhim
him to keep keepthem them 8 few days thinking thinkingthat I Ithat
that he would of cours course give ie them thembacl themback
back whEn when she alr askcd for them themTwo I
Two or tree three days later laer she requested requestedhim requestedhim
him toretum to return the rngs rings but he refSe refused refusedto I
to do so and would not tel tell her Wht1 what whathehad
heha hehad none one with them Se She thoUght thoUghtehad thoughthe
he ehad had Dawned them t mand and srhe searched in inyain invain
vain among the reDrt renorts of te the shoPs shoPsf shopsfor
f for rome some tmC trace of 1 lr lost jwelr jewelry FaiI FaiIing Fail Failing
ing to find fnd any t1c trace of it i she askedthe asked I
the plce police to lott locate t the young ng man and andmake
make hi him vrouc prodc the rings or r tel tell tellwhere I
where
they were wereThe wereThe
The young man wa was found yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon and when the errnd errand of the theofficer I Iofcer
ofcer officer was made kw known to him he lm immediately i imediately
mediately vroted produced the te rings to save savehimself savehimself
himself from atreM reThe The jewelry wa was wasreturned
retured returned to MIs Miss Payne and a as she shedid
did not cre care to make any any furthe furthe com complaint cornplaint I
plaint against Ha1 Raaa n he was alowed alowedto allowed allowedtogo
to togo o I II I
FAMILY y INDISTRESS INDISTRESSSix D18RSs
S Six People From C Colorado lorado in Dire DireWant DireWantFor
Want WantFor For Food FoodThe FoodThe
The case of Mr Howard the woman womanwho I Iwho
who broughtb brouaht her Mr r tour little onCe > es ti to the thepolce thepolice
polce police staton station Thuray Thursday and aske asked for as assistance
slstnce sistance was Investgte investigated by the plce plcereterday police policeyesterday
yesterday reterday An ofcr officer vsied visited the Jent Jentwher ent entwherb
wher the famiy family have been lving living for the thepast thepast
past month or so and and found there a aon aondition on ondlton
dlton dition or absolute Jver poverty povertyThe
The famiy family came here tom irom Colorado in ina ina I
a a wagon and sine sinc9 they have been here herehave herehave
have been camping In tis this tent whch whchIs which whichis
Is pitched iched In a vacant lot on Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth i
South S street betweeMain betweep Main and State The Thehusband Thehusband
husband who Is aptcte ajllcted with rheuma rheumatsm rheumatism I
tsm tism has tried to ge get work with hIs team teambut teambut
but but owing to his conditon condition he has been Deenable beenable I
able to do only lht lIht jobs now and then thenfor thenfor
for whih which he recefved scarcely enough to tokeel tokea
keel kea his famiy family and team for one day dayMr dayMr
Mr Howards plucky wie wife has assisted assistedhim assistedhim
him In every wa way and ha has gone out and andworked andworked
worked ever on the wagon wih with gne him al all day daytrying daytrying
trying to provide bred bread for their chi chi1 chi1dren
dren
drenWork Work has been hard to get and Mrs MrsHoward MrsHoward
Howard told the ofcer ofilcer cthat thnt days had hadpassed hadpassed
passed when they had not a mouthul mouthful to toeat toeat
eat eat The tent In which the famiy family IS lv lvIng liv livIng
Ing presented a spectacle of abject want want wantIt
H contaIned onI only a few worn Qul quilts and andsome andsome
some cooking utensis utensils which consttuted consttutedthe constituted constitutedthe
the entire household artcles articles possessed by bythe bythe
the entre people The onl only morsel of fColl food II in inthe
the tent was a sma small 1 quantty quantity of four fourThe flour flourThe
The children had srcely scarcely enough clothes clothesto
chidren
to coyer their bodf bodies and up to Thursday Thursdayni Thursdaynight
ni night ht had ha had scarcely anything td ot otfor oat oatfor
for several days daysMrs daysMrs
Mrs Mrs Howard told the ofcer officer that she shehad shehad
had been t to the county for a aeeistance aeeistancebut lstance lstancebut
but had not < r received elved I it and that then thenshe thenshe
she had gone to the hotels and al asked e for forthe forthe
the scraps from the table tables but they hadrefused had hadrefused
refused to give them to her She then thenwent thenwent
went to the polce police Thurt Thursday evening and andasked andasked
asked for asistance assistance and ws was furished furishedwith furnished furnishedwith
with food and a place fOr herself herel and andbabies andbabies
babies for the night nightY nightYesterday
Y Yesterday esterdaymdning mdrning she returned to her herhusband er erhusband
husband at the tent tent The ofcer officer who waR waRdetled wasdetailed
detailed to investigate the condltn condition of ofthe ofthe
detled the family reported Investgte their condito conditioi at atpoUce atpolice
police famiy hedquarters headquarters an and < an ef effort rt wn will be bemade bemade
made to s6pr secpra1tho the asSstnce asblstanco c ci som somcharitable scrap scrapcharitable
charitable institution insUtuUonr insUtuUonCORINNEP institutionCOIUNNE
CORINNEP COIUNNE PIONEERDEAD PIONEERDEADW r I NEER o EAD EADw
w N r Elis Ellis Wo WhoLo Lo ated Tere There in inthe inthe
the Sixties SixtiesSpecial Sixtes SixtesSpeia
Speia Special to Tine e ferl ferlCorinne LIeral I ICorinne
Corinne ltah lflah June une 29 29Mr Mr W V N NEls NEllis
Els Ellis 2athr fth of Mrs rs E A A Mcaniels Mcanielsdied McDaniels McDanielsdied
died shorty shortly ater after noon today aged 85 85from 85from
from general debity debility and old age ageMrEIs ageMr
MrEIs Mr Ellis w was s a 8 pioneer pione r of Utah lo loctng locating
ctng cating in Corinne in th the early sixtes sixteswhere sixties sixtieswhere
where he has fince ince rsided resided loved and andrespected andrespected
respected by al all who knew him W1th W1thhis Wlth Wlthhis
his death Corinne l Iess ahonored and andrespected
respected cizen citizen an apdTs fmiy family a kine kind kindand
and loving hUban6 1nhonored Ttd a father fatherGI fatherB
GI GIpra
B pra rax Works Works Shut Dow Darn DarnAlameda
Alameda Cal cal June 2The 29The Pacifc PacifcCoastBora Pacific PacificCoastBorax
CoastBorax CoastBora works cqntrolled cQutroled y i Bo Borax Borax
rax King Smltf Smith bav have been hut h t down downIndefniely downIndefinitely
Indefniely Indefinitely thrwIng throwing 100 men men out ot otemploym ofemploymant
employm employmant nt fhe Whe shut dOWIlis downi is altrib altributed irib iributed
uted to a heaV heavy advanceJn tefreight tefreightrate the freight freightrate
rate on crde cnide bo borax from peath eath valfY valfYwhich valley valleywhich
which York hereafter wi will be be refined InNew InNewYork In New NewYorit
n OUTLANS1E TLAWS WHIt f FAG FAGf FLAQ FLAQStory
Story That hat Butch CassidayWants Cassiday CassidayWats
Wats Wants Sul Surrender SurrenderC SurrenderTALKS ender enderTAKS
C
TAKS TALKS WTH WITH IDIATOR IDIATORt IDIATORVAD IT0R IT0Rf IT0RVARIED
f t
VARIED OPINIONS BY OFFICERS OFFICERSON
VAD OPIONS
ON TRUTH TIWTE OF TAE TAEI TALE TALEIn
I
In the opinion of DepUty Sherif Sheriff Ben BenHarrl BenHarries
Harrl Harries soBtch Butch Cassiday te the notorious notoriousbank notoriousbank
bank robber and outlaw outaw Is or has been beenunder beenunder
under cover in or near Salt Lake Ciy City Citybut
but whethe whether Butcb uchra Is ready toglve ta gve gvehimself i
himself up on conditon condItion that the pub publie
himsel lie prosecutors make a number of lb lberal lib liberal
hUn Is a matter matterabout
eral concessions to 8 mater materabout
about whih which thedeputy who has been beenfollowing
following a a mysterious clue has h s serious seriousdoubts seriousdoubts
doubts folowing Other officets however who whohave whohave
have run the stor story ofcers down are satsfied satsfiedthat satisfied satisfiedthat
but dreams dreamsas
that there are nothing pipe
as a basis for the talk about the sur surrender surrender
render of the fugitive fugitiveAs
fugitve fugitveAs
As told by Deputy Sherif Sheriff Harres Harries the thestor thestory
story stor Is that a few evenings ago hemet he hemet
met by appointment an individual of ofshady ofshady
shady reputaton reputation vouched for by a Mr MrSmih MrSmith
Smith Smih who volunteer volunteerOd d the the infona infonaton Inforina Inforination
tion that Butch Cassiday desired to tosurrender tosurrender
surrender ton himself to the ofcers offipers of the thelaw thelaw
law on conditon condition that Governor Wels Welswo Wells WellswoCld
wo woCld ld garantee guarantee tha that he would be pun punished punished
ished on his plea of gity guilty only on onthe onthe
the charge of robbing Pa Paymaster aster E L LCarpenter LCarpenter
Carpenter of the Pleasant Pleaant Valey Valley Coal Coalcompany Coalcompany
company of several thousand dolars dollars at atCaste atCastle
Caste Castle Gae Gate in AprH 1897 that al all other otherindictments otherindictments
indictments against him would be din dismissed dinmissed
missed and that the Utah executve executvewould executive executivewould
would agree t to not let hin him be extra extradied extradited
died dited to Colorado Wyoming Idaho or orI orOregon
I Oregon where the outlaw outaw Is w wanted nted for forbanl forbank
bank robberies and kindred high highcrimes highcrimes
crimes crimesThterciew
crimesIterew Thterciew Iterew Wih With utchs AgentThis Agent AgentThis
This Interview sttes states Deputy Har Harries Harries
ries was not the most satsfactr satisfactory and anda
a second conference was resorted to toNothing toNothing
Nothing tangible was accomplshed accomplished at atthe atthe
the last meetng meeting for the ofcer officer was waswihout waswithout
wihout without the authoriy authority to treat for the thegovernor thegovernor
governor since th the executve executiye is out of ofthe ofthe
the state and besides there was no notelng notelling
telng telling what the goveror governor would con consent consent
sent to do in order that Cassiday Casiday might mightbecome
become a boarder at the state p1lon p1lonfor psison psisonfor
for a lmited limited number of years provI provIing xoi xoiI
I ing of course that there was sm some
after al all allthe in the story
the ofcer officer by one whose name th thedep thedeputy dep deputy
uty refuses to divulge divulgeAnother divulgeAnother
Another meetng meeting was to have ben benheld n nheld
held between Harries and the mster mysteri mysterious
ous stranger caiming claiming to bear m messages messagesfrom ssaes ssaesfrom
from Casiday Cassiday but the namees nameless man manfailed
faied failed to keep his appointment Now NowDeput NowDeputy
Deputy Haries Harries is Inclnd inclined to doubt doubtthat doubtthat
that his informer ha has any authoriy authority to tomalte tomake
make terms of surrender for the out outlaw outlaw
law but he is sti still of the opinion that thtCassiday thatCassiday
Cassiday has lately been In the ner near v vi vicinity
cinity ciniy of Salt Lakeand Lake and may be here hereyet hee heeyet
yet yet
yetHowever However Sherff Sheriff Howels Howehls Deputy Deputy1Iontgomer DeputyMontgomery
1Iontgomer Montgomery and Deputy Dows Dowse who whohave whohave
have also done some work chasing chasingdown chasingdown
down the strange rumors beleve believe tat tattey that thatthey
tey they are only myths They r reached ached this thisconclusion thisconclusion
conclusion after mathre matre dhhlberation dhhlberationand cUberation cUberationand
and giving aU d due er oreenc qenc to the thewords thewords
words of the persons wboput them themnext themnext
next to the clues persons ofQ ofl ssUajs ssitlays alleged allegeddisplay aleged alegeddisplay
display of the flag o of truce through a I
mediator mediatorAccording
According to t thOse s iI in th sherlfs sherlfsofce sheriffs sheriffsoffice
office who differ withDeputr Harsies in inis inhis
ofce difer witDepu 8 Farres
his is deductons deductions Butch tCassidahiasnot tCassidahiasnotbeen C Sld h sn ot
been in or near Butch SalLake ana IS not nothere nothere I
here now endeavoring tbarrangeterms tbarrangetermsof rrnge terms termsof
t
of surrender surrenderAs b
As the stor story goes s Eher8 ver days ago agoApgus agoApgus I
Apgus 11 M Cannop jrwhlle rwhne at at Laon Laonjntrouced Lagoon Lagoonintroduced
jntrouced introduced Pete jfLilSprings jfLilSpringstame SpringS SpringSmine
mine tame to a1 a eudtCas1day eudtCas1dayand tsday I
minute1ate remarked to tohis
and a few mi remarke
uiate I Ihis
his friend that Mr Cassiday wa was ButchCassiday Butch ButchCassiday
Cassiday the notorious outlaw outlawThe outlawThe
The eyes Qf tjmon tiinon s friend 1r1end are sid sidto said saidto
to have fairly Jpedut popedut when he received re received
ceived thisbit of inforrton infornillitlon Straight Straightvay StraightWay
Way he went to the sheifsoce sheiffs Office with withthe withthe
the startng startling word that Butch Cassiday Cassidaywas
was at Lagoon with HAng Cannon CannonOf
Of cours course te the repor report was i immediately immediatelyinvestigated mediatelyinvestgted
investgted investigated by te the ofcers officers When ap approached approached
proached Cannon is said to have laughingly laugh laughingly
ingly acknowledged that i it was Pete Pete1eid Pete1teld
1eid 1teld and not Casslday Cassiday who had been beenin beenIn
in his company Then Angs Angus remarked remarkedthat remarkedthat
that he knew where the outlawcould could be befound befound
outaw
found but it would take a Utte little money moneyto
to bring about a meetng meeting between him himand himand
and the sheriff sherif The officers ofcers prospected prospectedCannons prospectedCannons
Cannons hunch far enough to satsfy satsfythem satisfy satisfythem
them that he knew nothing about Can Cassiday Cansiday
siday nor his abiding place Canon Canoncould Cannon Cannoncould
could not even Identfy identify Butch from a aphotograph I
ph photograph photographHamilton tOgfh tOgfhH
H Hamilton ton Saved His Cash CashAttorney
HsCash
Atorney Attorney Hamiton Hamilton is lid to have havetlten havetaken
tlten taken an interest in brln6ng brin1ng about a ameetng ameeting
meetng meeting with the sherif sheriff and Cu CusfaYbut Cassfday
sfday sfaYbut but he gave up the effort efort before betorehe beforehe
he parted with more cash than he hecould hecould
could spre spreA spare spareA
A reward of 500 for the cpture capture of ofCassiday ofCassiday
Cassiday Governor Wels Wells agee agrees to topay topay
pay According to Deputy Harl Haryies i iformaton in information
formaton formation the outaw outlaw want rants thi this bounty bountyhimself bountyhimself
himself that is he stipulates StPUla through throughhis throughhis
his mediator that it shal shall go to his wife wifeand wifeand
and two children who are said to be
living lvin in this ciy ciyActng city cityActing
Actng Acting Governor Hammond smied smiled in incredulously incredulously
credulously yesterday when told te the thestory
stor story of Butch Casidays Cassidays wiingess wiingessto willingness willingnessto
to surrender on terms of his own mak makag
Jng ag He declared that no overtures had hadbeen
been made by anyone any one caiming claiming to rep represent represent
resent the outlaw and he feared that thatthe thatthe
the executve executive could bind himself to toassure
assure the fugitve fugitive only the equal pro protection
tecton tection of the law and a fair trIal As Asto
to t the e mater matter O of f promising not to let letCassIday
Casiday CassIday be extradited tr < dlted to o other her sttes sttesfor states statesfor I
for trial for high crimes the actng actnggovernor acting actinggovernor
governor is of the belef belief that the executire execu executve
tve tire would hesiate hesitate to make such a acompact acompact
compact for or the purpose of gettng getting
Butch in jai jail on a light lght sentance sen nCe for all allof al
of his misdemeanors in Utah With Withmany Tith Tithmany
ut
many others Mr r Hammond is of the theopinion theopinion
opinion that Cassiday is not now and andha andhas
ha has stte state not been for a long tme time In tis tisstte this thisstate
4 4DEED G a aDEED
DEED FOR COLLEGE SITEMormon SITE SITEMoron
Moron Mormon Church Buys uys Groud Ground on on1orh oaNorth
North 1orh Main aSteet aSteetThe Street StreetThe
The l0x2 10x12 rods of grounjl jacing jacingnorth faci
north and west on Main grounf and Nort4
Temple streets teets was conveyed by war warrnty war warranty
rnty ranty deed yesterday by James Jack Jackto
to Lorezo Lorenzo Snow trusteeintrustf trusteeintrustfthe of ofthe
the Church of Jesus e us Christ of Let Lattr Lattrday r rday
day Saints The consideraton consideration paid paidwa paidwas
wa was 9500 9500The 9500The
The gound ground descrbedlnt described ln the deed deedforms deedforms
forms the northwest quarter of the thesie thesite
sie site which te the church has agreed agreed to togrnt togrant
grnt grant fee free for the Laterday Latterday Saints SaintscoHege Saintscollege
college on coq condition Uton that publcsplrit publcsplrited public spirit spirited
ed citens cItizensrajse 1 se a fund to erect suit suitable suitable
able buildings on the land landA landA
A warranty deed wa was fled filedi for record recordesterday recordyesterday
yesterday wit with the county recorder recorderconeying rincorderconveying
conveying from Joln John Henry Smih smith to toLorenzo toLorenzo
Lorenzo Snow trusteeintrust for the thechurch thechurch
church 80x1l5 80x151 feet of ground g undacing undacingeat faclng faclngeast
eat east on Main street from 10 120 fee feeb north northof northof
of North Temple The stated con consideraton consideratlon
sideraton sideratlon was 5000 and the convey conveyame cOnveyante
ante incl inchdes des it rghtorway rightofway along the thenorth
alongthe alongthenorth
north and west sides sideshls sidesThis
This hls piece ot gQundi ground Is a very very deIr deIrable deslr deslrable
able site for a fine residence
fne residnce erfor or for a aterace aterrace
terace terrace and i It Is not impropable that thati thatit
i it may be put to such apurpoee a purpoe in inafording inaffording
afording affording a home place for some Of f the thefaouly thefaculty
faouly faculty and stdont stadnts of the churh churhcol churth churthcollege
college e when Its new buildings
col ctled cuied it buidings are oc occtled cccuied
r
Beductions ductons Work lurn ued uedSolomQnvie d dSolomonvilie
SolomQnvie Solomonvilie Arm jne 29A 2GAt n ntoda nO ji jitoday
today te the reduction reducton works of the Be Dctrolt Betroit
troit Copper company at 1Iorenci Morenci 4riz 4rizcaught Arizcaught
caught fire e and knd thp th entire nlant was wasconsumed waaconsumed
consumed rhework The works consisted of of15tor a a150ton
15tor 150ton concentrator smeler smelter furn furnaces furnacesand ces cesand
and converters The fre fire w1 will throw a alarge alarge
large number of men temporarily out outof outof
of IloYent mployment
Happy HaplyWrneii i iWomen
Women Wrneiiwho
Ji Jiwho
who have been veIhvedof veIhvedofpainful relieve 01 01pa
pa painful nful menstruation by byIydia byLydia
Lydia Iydia E PlnkhamSs Vege Vegetable Vegetable
table Compound aIs are con constantly conctantIy
stantly wrting wIuiiig grateful gratefulletters grteful grtefulletteps
letters to Mrs Pinkam Pnkhazn1 Pnkhazn1Pinithams 1 1J
J iydi E Pin Pinithams Vegd V Cmpnd t tcurd
curd cured them It always alwaysrelieves alwaysrelieves
relieves painful periodsand periods periodsand
and no woman who suf suffels SUfrfers
fers fels should be witou without withoutthis
tis this kiowJedge kiowJedgeNearly knowledge2 knowledge2Nearly
Nearly all the Ills 0 0I of ofwomen
women rsult result frm from some somederangement somederangement
I derangement of theomale the thefemale
female oPanlsm oganism Mlst MlstPinkhams Mrs2 Mrs2Pinkhams
Pinkhams Pinkhams IIeat great medi medicine medivcine
cine makes women womenhealthy womenhealthy
healthy of this tis there tere isoverwhelming is isOV
OV overwhelming Mhelmrg proof proofDont proofDont
Dont experiment expelimentyou If Ifyou
you sufer suffer get this medi medicine snedicine >
cine and get Ifls Mrs Pink PinkhamFs PInkhams
hams fr free advice Her Heraddress Heroddress
address is s Lynn Mass MassDRY Massbny
bny DRY DAY AT THE LAKE LAKEExpm1ment
4 4Experiment
Experiment of Closing 116 Br BrVas BrWas
Vas Tried
i
EDT BIG BIG GROWDWAS OROW WAS OUT OTJTEXCURSION OUTo OUTEXCURION
o
EXCURION EXCURSION OF SUAY SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOOLOF
OF GRNTE GRANITE STA STATher STAKE STAKEThere
Ther There was a pratcal practical demonstton demonstration demonstrationof r rof
of the fat fact yeterda yeuterday that tat the slon slont saloon saloonat
at t Salair Saltair bech beach Is one of the leat least Im Importnt important
attractions at that famous r rsort
portant atractons tat ri
portnt
sort sort Heretofore the claim claim hM bee beemade been beenmade
made by some me that the br bar Is a nece8 nece8sUy necee neceesity
sUy that unles unless strong drnks drinks were weresee wereserved
might find it itconveniet itconvenient
served out there people fnd
see conveniet convenient t to go el elsewhere elsewhereBut wher
But it wa was widely avertsed advertised that the theba thebar
ba bar at Stir SaltAir would be clo closed yeter yester yesterday 4 4day
day upon the occasion ocion of the excursion excur excursion
sion of upn te the Gr Granite nit stke stake Sunda Sunday sh schoI schoIand
and the ewd went out just the ame same sameManager
CW C Cpeople
Manager MWer estmate estimates that I 25
ManagrlUr there Mr George M Can Cannon
peple people wele were iere Gerge Cn Cnnon
about i iAnd 000 000And
non placeS the figures at abut
place fgres
And they vre Wre not al all Sunday sht shtpeple school schoolpeople
who m hino mno
peple people either Hundreds Hundrs wee were
no way coniecte conjected with the stake eur eursion excur excursion
sion went Ott to the lake t to escape p the thehet theheatof
heatof went of thecty ct andUke a dip In t tlake th thlake
het lake And Ait they they epmed to enjoy th the theday
day notwthstdtng nottthstaflding iJm the abnce abncelquid absence f fliquid
liquid reftshnhe ts tsIt
lquid It was rettshents rettshentsI no sham prohibton prohibition day forMr for forMr
Mr I Dlttman wa sam the tropretor iproprIetor of the bu bau bauhad
had Ditman i It closed tght tight For I a tme time dUI du dulag
lu lag thft thtfterneon n the the wdows windows were I Iopn 14 14open
opn open s so that ayone anyone culd could z se e tat that n nohe no noohe
ohe was in the sl saloon saloonThe n nThe
The wa chiden chiitren cae came in drove droves ad and te there therewere
wer were many adult adults ther there t too Te The e ecursion ex excursion
cursion of the GrlnltCpegple Granltepeople WS was in incharg Incharge
charge of Mr Caron Caffinon who is supri supritendent superin superintendent
charg tendent of the te Sunday schools shls of the theste thestake
stake He had wih with him Ahel Asahel H H HWoodruff
ste Woodruff Richard Horne E J Wo Woods Woodsand
Woruf
and Chris Petersen They ale alemny arranged arrangedmany
and entertainmeilta The Tberwere B Bwer
games
many entrtnment
mny were rces races gme of al all kinds an4 d desorip desoripliOns srp srptons
wer an4
the following oompetltOrs oompetltOrsFeatures
liOns tons won by folowng ompttrs ompttrsFete
Fete Features of th the Day DayFot DayFoot
Fot Foot rce race for chidren children 10 years years old oldBessle
Besie Bessle Taylor of Sugar ward and Lv LvHazen l lHan
Han Hazen of Hunter for chidren children U Y8 Y8old ycars ycarsold
old Jeie Jessie Lakin of the Twentfrl Twentyfirai Twentyfiraiward
ward and Ethel Alen Allen of the First Firstward Irst Irstwrd
wrd ward for chidren children 12 yers years old Owen OwenFreeman Owe
Freeman of Famer Farmers ward and Lenore LenoreBennion LenoreBennion
Bennion of ofTaylorsvlhle Taylors11e for chidren chidrenyears childreni3 childreni3years
years old Earl Bennion of Taylorsm Taylorsmand TayloraviII TayloraviIIand
Erl
and Frnk Frank C Taylor or Su Sugar forchn forchndren for chit chitdren
dren 1 14 year years old Liy Lily Jensea en n of f Big BigCottonwood Ig IgCotonwoo
Cotonwoo Cottonwood and Anna Anna Berslnger of ofForet ofForest
Foret Forest Dale al all of these chidren children were weregiven weregiven
given ver very approprate appropriate przes przesThere prizes prizesThere
There were four ptato potato rces racesfor forchi chill chilldren
dren 5 years of age 6 to 10 10 to 12 and
12 to 14
Contests on the Water
The boat race between the lean a d dthe
the fat men was won by the leans with withRichard
Richard Home in charge of the orew orewThere
There was a baseball game in the water waterbebseen
bebseen the married men and the un unmarried
married men which attracted an hu humense
mense throng They played five In Innings
nings and to the surprise of all the themarried
married men won by a score of 2ito U UThere
There were several other curious n ntests
tests Mrs Mary M Summerhays u uawarded
awarded a prize for having the largest largestnumber
number of childrenelevenIn the Sun Sunday
day school She has four sons away on ona
a mission missionThe
The contest in penmanship will be bedecided
decided today Mrs George Arbudkl Arbudklwas
was given a prize for having thrbs sets setsof
of twins She is not yet an old woman womanbut
but she has eleven children childrenSPORTS
SPORTS AT LAGOON LAGOONInteresting
Interesting Contests at WaraBxaur WaraBxaursion
sion Prom Salt Lake LakeThere
There were S0O people at the Lgoon LgoonyOsterday
yOsterday as a result of the exoursioa exoursioaby
by the Eighth and Ninth wards of thi thicity
city The afternoon was given up to tospots
spots and games and the evening to todancing
dancing boating and music musicIn
In the bicycle road race the start wa wamade
made at Bountiful over a course of ofseven
seven miles to Farmington George GeorgeLosse
Losse finished first time 20 minutS and
8 seconds Dilworth Woolley next in
2123 Owen Horsefall next In 28 28Richard
Richard Finney next in 2424 2424In
In the prize waltx Misses Smith and andSimms
Simms won first Misses Wooll y and andBrown
Brown second In the cake walk Ma Mamie
mie Sehaffer and Tessie Conrad won wonfirst
first nd Catherine Forsythe and Flor Floronce
once Carison second In tbeiladie tbeiladieboat
boat race MIss Jessie Bunn wQi first firstand
and Mrs Malquist second In the cris crispettes
pettes eating contest David Chapman Chapmanand
and Richard Hapgood won firsprlze firsprlzeIn
In the foot races prizes were on by byBlanche
Blanche Hartwell Myra Covey Myrtle MyrtleWTest
WTest Rhoda Needer Geneve Btown BtownGeorge
George Carleson Reuben RilOyiohn RilOyiohnWooley
Wooley Frank Myers Fred ShaeJs1Ed ShaeJs1Edwin
win Blomquist Richard FImnay Flor FlorenCe
enCe Carison Rentt Bray and Annie AnnieSmith
Smith SmithIn
In the afternoon theyewas e ball ballgame
game between the Eighth an l Ninth Ninthwards
wards which resulted In a score of 12 12to
to t2 t2Commander
Commander DelOhanty to Befire BefireNew
New York June 29Commander 29CommanderDaniel
Daniel Delehanty of the navy confirms confirmsthe
the report from Washington that he hewIll
wIll be retired because lncapacItid for forseivioe
seivioe seivioeThis
This action operates to cancel the or ordens
dens sending him to Manila a d he hemay
may remain governor of Sailors Snug Snugharbor
harbor as long as the trustees of that I Iinstitution
institution care to retaiu hire

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