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1 MPEKIAUSM I at last upon us usI WJOUr Is
I I I Our republican repu form of government governmentwas
I was wiped oat in tbte t city cit last t even evening eve eveand eveIng ¬
ing and royalty yyV took complete charge chargein
in the person of Queen Qs en Blhelya i It Itwas
j I was aaa aa a peaceful revotattoa TevoIutloeand and it must mustfee t tJ
J 1 be said that when wheademocracy democracy abdicated abdicatedin abclka abclkain
in the person of Mayor Thompson and andtbe
I tbe golden key of the city was w handed
to the th > beautiful
young queenthe queen the PO POJde
Jde fe assembled SSe IbItd OVejiMBJistakabie VeIlJWJj kab1e evi ¬
dente at itJarJr their pleasure because becaWKoef beC Us of U te e I
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The crowJ that witnessed wjtne the U t coQ ¬
nation of the queen last eve ev v V Vthe
f the entertaiomen that follow followa folloWecr folloWecrI foflowV V V
I a magnificent one one that mle mleI Oiled fled < < V Vaaliabl ieviry V
I available avalJabJetoot foot of space 8J > CeIr ir the Midway
within sight of the throne Every Everylleat seat
thai had been provided bout 2064 Z in innumber Inliumber
I number was filled and a d there were not notV
V less k > ss than SWO standing standIn about the
I throne while hilt > thousands more went wentaway wentaway
r away being unable to get within wit tn sight sightor
or bearing of the ceremonies
I The best feature of the whole hole per ¬
I formance was a the magnificent audi audience audien ¬
I ence en that turned out to witness it The Th Thorst
k worst orst feature tture was the delay in getting
started with the programme The I
queen qU n and her court arrived Just one oneV
V hon late and people who had been
I BUnding < ndIng from 8 oclock and earlier earlter1Id
V could 1Id not be blamed for being tired at
M oclock when the performance rfonnan rfonnancan be beV
V can an This was especially bard on the
many little odes whowere who ere to take part
V in the ballet They were crowded in
hot not stuffy rooms under the throne for fl I o
three tb hours and the surprising thing
li that they put ut so much spirit into in tu tui
i their dai daJl1ng clng when their thn tlmp came me
I There was great enthusiasm when V hen I
V JV the notes ote t of Helds band ba announced th <
arrival rrhII in i the th Midway IIldwayoC of the th queen an i
I I her beratten atten Jants ants It Itwas was was wih the great ¬
I est difficulty diftict ty that a way ould ric h ma mad
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4t fh the be close clo e of the address addressstae tbe stage st e
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sented ned in Profjssor Prai 3S0r Robert RI rt I Lan
dnmf d rtme < ballat ihig lis is presented pre ented very ry
many beautifu and interesting intere Un fea ¬
tures 1uresincluding I including the he sego lily dance by
a number of pretty girls in appropriate
costumes c a beautiful minuet ml uet by four
High Hlcbchool H itpchool bay and fldV four louryoung young youngla la
dies d ies tfce th latter In Or GreeJJc lt costumes the
May poJe dance ice by a host of f IltUe litttepeo pee
t f to 1 alt sorts oi sf V costumes Ammig Am
tin ip iorfUuic o M should be ejpeclaMy e +
IDeIIlioIae > o a < < for her good worK Miss MtesJ
BeBnor Rena V3rs in a Dutch shoe dance and
tfc Ue Hiskland J ains Ano Another l very
pleasing leuin feature of this part of the
programme wag the splendid singing
of the Star Spaiigled Banner by
John D Powers This ThiBreceived received the ap ¬
plause plauli it deserved There were a num ¬
ber of hitches in the ballet a1Iet due < no
doubt d to othe o the lateness latene of the start and
the t he strangeness of the place to the chil ¬
dren d ren but on the whole it was highly
meritorious and pretty The effect of
the t dancing was destroyed d troyed for many
by b y the people who persisted persl ted1n 1n sitting
on n the edge of the platform thus shut ¬
ting t out the view completely for forV forall V all
those t in front A number of special
features featuretJhad f had been scheduled but be because
cause cae c of the delay in starting they
were cut out of the programme As it
was the close clo e did not come till 11 11OClOCK 11u
OClOCK OClOCKThe u i clOCk clOCkTbe clocKThe
The start for the throne was was made
from f ront the
Knutsford hotel the proces procession ¬
sion d on was up State to Brigham on onri
Brigham ri ham t te Main and down Main to
the t he Midway There was wa a tremendous tremendouscrown
crown c on Main street to witness the thenight
night t and there was a perfect Jam on
the t he Midway Many expressions eXPre Iidon of dis disappointment dJ ¬ I
appointment were heard after the thequeen thejueen thequeen
queen and Del her he court passed People Peopleseem Peopleeeft
seem s eeu to have expected a large I ge parade
but nothing notbi g of 0 the kind was W promised promisedor
or arranged qed for All that was w ntended ntendedwas ntendedwu niendedwas
was that the queen 1u n and her court pro proceed proce1d proceed ¬
ceed from the th Knutsford to the U tliclace place placeof lace laceot
of coronatior and d aside from fromfie the delay delaynoted d delaynoted a3 a3noted
noted above the programme was wa waV car carried carried carnod ¬
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ried out exactly as promised promisedFloral premt ed edFloral V VFloral
Floral Parade Para le Today TodayThe TodayThe
The programme for t r today will begin beginwith beginwith beginwith
with the Moral parade which will leave leavethe leavethe leavethe
the Knutsford at at3 3 In the afternoon
The feature of this will wlUbe be the four four101nl
1 flora floats arranged by the Maccabees Maccabeesof
ot the hf city although there are expected expectedto
to l tt > p > a number num er of carriages beautifully
decorated decora l < l with flowers The line of ofthe ofthe
the parade will be up State to Second
South to Main t to < First South back backto
to Htate tare to Brigham back to Main Mainto Mainto Mainto
to First South S uth to West Temple to toSecond toSend tocnd
Second cnd nuth back to Main and down downMain downMain downMain
Main to the Midway where there will willbe
be a review before > the queens que n throne throneAfter
After this there will be a number of ofSTV ofstalti
STV 8 stalti rRlti lltit fc in front of the throne in
eiud cIudtg iig the bicycle biccl ride of Airion on a awire awire V
wire sixty xty feet f et above the ground In Inthe Inthe InV
the evening the queen and her court courtwill courtw V
will w n leave the Knutsford at at830 S30 and andproceed andproeed V
proceed pro < fed to the throne after whch w c1 an another another ¬
other performance pert rmanCf will be given there thereDecorations thereDecorations
Decorations and Booths BoothsThe BoothsThe BoothsThe
The decorations and booths on Main Mainstrtet Main8tt V
strtet would not indie indiute ute that the mer roerchains merhnt merehints V VV
chains hnt of f the th city had entered Into the thespirit tliespirit th thV
spirit of 11 the street fair There are many manybeautiful manyutiful manybstitiful V
beautiful utiful decorations and some of the thewindow thewiL theWIL1IV
window wiL o effects are > very pr oeautiful red redand redand redV
and yellow are t to < > be seer in many manynovel manyno manynov1 V
novel no and pretty combinations But Butt ButCe Butte
t Ce > e ifforations art not general generaland and the tbebciol thebcoths
bootii ith three exceptions are re very yeryplann verypIan
plain The exceptions are the Walker Walk WalkdtBros r rBros
Bros the Marshall Brcs and the theW11kes theVlkes
W11kes Vlkes Ocle ycle company these are neat neatand nealand
and creditable feditableTit
andThV
Tit ThV was a genuine rush yesterday yesterdayin yestt > rday rdayin
in K ectilTig d ling ready for the fair most of ofthe otth ol olthe V
the th e t > < i > th w voe re put up and moat of the thede thedeeieng
de d deeieng < xiaurig l ung don tiont l ne during the day The Thearch Thearch
arch at the entrance to the Midway Midwayv Mldw MldwV
v as 8 not up till evening It is Egyptian Egyptianin I
in style and n4 is i intended to represent representhuge representhuge representhuge
huge blocks of t etoiie tG4C tG4CThree
Three of the Midway shows that thatciime thatme thatrome I
rome me from Iolorado had to sprint to tobe ton tte
be e < on < > rt time it was stated by Manager ManagerLary ManagerLarv ManagelLary
Lary last evening ev < ning that they came in inur inr Irjr
ur r a special train on u the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWeetemand UrandeC
Western Weetemand and that the last t part of the thetrip thetrip theI C
trip was made at the ratS rat < of sixty miles milesan miletan I
an hour The TheN three shows are Coio Colorado Cob Cobrado
rado Charlie the > Ferris wheel and the theOriantal tiltOriental
Oriental Carnival comrany comEanyTU omranyTB
THE TU BOYAi ROY ROYLCOACIBN ALC COACtoEBN AC IMEN IMENOld
Old Prie Frteads d Tailed PeIIedtO to Recognize BecognizeWright BeCoglliZWright C
Wright aad aadHarmnn aadHarmnnJ Hxrman dErUlaUJ
J Rudy Hud Wright right and John T I Karmon liarmondid Iarnoidid
did an < important im ltolnt stunt la the carnival
paradela t nl nlgw fei The rltetwoere two ace old td stage stagecoach stageCOa stagecoach
coach COa < < h drivers end and since w e the overland overhandcoach overlandcoach overlandcoach
coach has become a thing of the past pastthey pastthey
they have put ut in their time driving
busses bu es for the th Salt Lake Livery
Transfer company Last La t night t they theywere theywere theywere
were so disguised dlsgui ed that many many jVfl of their theirintimate theirintimate
intimate friends did not know themVrJght them themWright themWright
Wright was the first to be observed oteerveddriving observedt
I driving the four white whltetiorseshich whltetiorseshichPUlled < horses which whichpulled
t I pulled the carriage occupied o cupled by Queen QueenBthelyn Que t tEthelynAmid
I V Bthelyn EthelynAmid Amid the bounteous array of ofnodding ofnodding ofnodding
nodding plumes sat the well known J JRudy JRuo
Rudy Ruo in magnificent costume of satin satintrousers satintrOu
trousers trOu t erS silk jacket knee buckles buckleswhite buckleswhite
white hosiery and plumed chapeau Hehandled He Hehandled Hehandled
handled She ribbons deftly d ttly and looked lookedstraight JookedI
I straight s tralgh ahead smiling not to any of ofhis ofI
his friends who lIned the route VO of pa parade paails
I rade radeadmired radeJ r
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J Rudy was rot t the only one to be beadmired
admired a Harmon the other old stager stagercame stagercame
came e next driving the big Raymond Raymondcoaoh Raymondco Raymondoach
coaoh co c oo holding < < the q qUens vns maids of ofhonor
honor h onor Harmon sat out his part to per perfection perfecUon perection ¬
fection f He V was also costumed a tWi a aFrench aFrench
French nobleman in the time of Louis LouisXTV LouisXIV LouisXIV
V XIV Even EY Il the th tan on his face was wascovered wasvered wasvered
covered vered with white rouge rougeIt rougeIt
It all looked very pretty in the pa parade parade paade ¬
rade r but it was as said that over at the thebarn thearn
barn b arn when hen the old 0 Id coach coaC h drivers were weremaking weremaking weremaking
making up their toggery and when hen they theycame theycame theyame
came c back to take off their disguises disguisesthey dIsguisestbey disguisesthey
they were were the subject of a whole lot lotof lotf
of o f fun by the other drivers and stable stableSOBNBS stablemen
men V VV V
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SOBNBS DC 0 0V aiHB MIDWAY MIDWAYAll MIDWAYAllXinds
All AllXinds Kinds of cflties t to Please Iease the theYoull theOrow
V Orow OrowYou
Youll You I have to 0 hurry was the cry cryalong cr cralong trylong
a along the giddy gfckl Midway Midwa last ta t evening eveningas
as a s the various booster boo ter for or the thellJ1I8n thellJ1I8nattractiOns many manyattractions manyttractloni
attractions a as endeavored eav re4i to steer the th Perspiring per perapiring perpiring
apiring s throng up V a pnst net their own ownindividual ownIndh1dual ownndividual
individual I slow sdowThe silo siloThe
The first thing to meet the eye was wasthe wasthe
the t vaudevlUrf show where an enter entertainment entertainment enterainment ¬
tainment t was given by y Dutch and
blackface comedians who ho introduced introducedseveral introducedseveral introducedeverai
several s of ofthe the latest test tes songs Then came camethe camethe
td the t he Turkish village where the Midway Midwayancers
dancers d ancers held forth V JL A couple of camels camelsgave camelsgave camelsgave
gave an Oriental aspect pect to the scene sceneand sceneand scenend
and a nd were ridden aIbout the grounds at
10 1 0 cents a throw throwHave thro throHave threwHave
Have yon y fl s seen n George < 3 orge He will willmake wHlmake willmake
make you laugh Vlau was an alluring an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement across aeto a the way where
George prove proved < < to t be a clever mono monooglie ¬
logue l oglie artist an4 character < < singer who whopleased whoplea whopleased
pleased plea the crowd crowdLe CJ crowdLe wd wdLe
Le Listo the fire dancer caneertn in flowing flowing1robes oingrobes
robes of white whitegaw gave an intricate terp
sichoreaR act surrounded surrouodedby by a zone of
ire l and the knifethrowing fancy fancysnooting fancysbootjng
snooting and Bd kootaheykootchey koot ykootchay
dancing at the Oriental theatre brought broughtflV
In flV a packed house houseThe boueeThe beuseThe
The ferrte wheel was perhaps the
Vj best be 3 t patronized p trontztd attraction on V the thegrounds thegrounds 1 i
grounds old and young taking a whirl whirlor wthlrlorV
or two through the th air with equal equalpleasure ermalpl equalpleasure
pleasure pleasureOaaof pl plO V VOneof
Oaaof O the best be t entertainments entertlnm nts on the j
Midway Mldwa7W8B was the act of Lunette the
hypnotic marvel alto drew the largest largestcrowd largestcrowd largestcrowd
crowd of the evening 112 persons personscrossing personscroulog personscrossing
crossing the threshold of the tent The Thequeen Thequeen Thequeen
queen of the carnival n1a1 and all her court courtpa4d coUrtpaid courtpaid
paid a visit V Jtt to Lunette June < < e and went away
marvelIng She is a toandsome girl rl a aIlnisbied
finished artist sad ad was 8 brought u < < ht from
London Lond ft bY B P Keith of Boston Bo to to toplay toplay toplay
play hie circuit circuitBurns circuitBttrns circuitcoon V
V Burns coon town 400 JO gave gve V a splendid splendidreproduction splendidreproduction lendld lendldV
reproduction of 0 plantation life along V
the levee Bosce the snakeeater keeaterHe saakeeaterHeeats keeaterHeeats He Heeats
eats em alive altveeon aIiveconsumed consumed omed the reptiles reptilestill reptilestill
till he got Mack In l 4he e face and other otherattractions otherattractions otherattractions
attractions such as Colorado Charlies Charlieswild Charlieswild Charlieswild
wild west Junos Roses Plastique Plastiquegypsy Pla PlastiqueV tiqu tiqugY18y
gypsy village Jlap palace of illusions Harry HarryV V
C Wilburs Vllbur idols of art rt and La Belle V
Fatina drew an appreciative audience audienceMeaders audienceMeaders audienceMenders
Meaders marionette and several other othernoveHies othernoveltiestncludlnc othernovelties
novelties noveltiestncludlnc including the Ash pond will willopen wutopen L Lopen
open today todayA
A special word of praise should be begiven begiven begiven
given the Edison btograph h exhibition exhibitionthe
the scenes from the Oberammergau be being beIng being ¬
ing exceedingly good Olga Nethersole Nethersolein i
in bits from her play pia of Sapho S 4ho were werereproduced werereprOOulEd werereproduced V
reproduced on the canvas as ISV were the theNiagara theuliagara i igara
Niagara gara Falls ULl1I Limited ted Express Expressand l11rpre Eeressand s sand
and other well known pictures picturesNotioe picturesNotice
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Notice Noti e to Dancers DancersAll 1ancersAll DancersAll
All solo group and children dan danti dantiare grs grsare rs rsare
are requested to meet m t at the que qu queri s sthrone sthrone I Ithrone
throne at 430 this thl afternoon afltt > rnoon with ith cos costumes costumes ccctumes ¬
tumes to give a matinee matineeR rnatV0eV
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He Had Fatally Wounded Chief of ofPolice ofPolice o L LPolice
Police of Eikins EikinsW W Va VaElkin VnElkini VaElklne
Elkin V Va It July 2VWiIiaa 2VWiIiaaBruoka William WilliamBrook ilIiam ilIiamBrook
Brook > A negro w wa wan e lynched tonight tonightbeing tonightbeing tonIghtbeing
being hanged from the limb of a tree in inthe inthe iiiP
the city park Brooks shot and fatally fatallywounded fatallvwounded fatall fatallwounded P
wounded Chief of Police billy Lilt whc whesought whcsought r rc ro
sought to o arrest him for creating C a i dis disturt diatuibance i
Thstnt sC
turt tuibance ncei c The negro was s chaseif chased f hair halfmilt ai aimll 1 1mil
mil milt by b H 4 crowd and captured He Tough Toughdesperately f toughdsrierately < ugb ugbd
desperately d > ptrately but could not get away awayBrooks awayBrooks awayBronk
Brooks was 1a > handed < over to the sheriff sheriffto herjfftci
to ue E taken t to > the rounty lount jail Just Ju t us usthe asthe 0
the sherift b ritf and nd U tfte a tegru sro reached ac the theprison theprillOn tisprison 0i i
prison doors a mob of men at Iea least t 404 404strong 4l 4ltronr 4 4strong
strong tronr surrounded tl the e officers offt fr and an de demanded d dmandd deVmanded ¬
manded mandd the th priiK prIJlOn prisoner ner t The sheriff sh rltT and andKtianlB a anc ancguarda nq nqai
KtianlB ai refused andmale and mate rosietanoc rIItdn but butto butto bu buto
to no iii > vailBrooks yltLBiooks vail V5i1VBrooks
Brooks was Via seized el ed an scat ruh rushes througj I
the streets streetstowards towards the UaedtY dtp ci park Pask When
tho park was reached thetoen the nen men who were wer < <
leading Brooks told him to walk up un ¬
der a big shade sha e tree in u in rMjtrrr of ofUIc Uw ti
park and prepare to die T Tl fe n negJ nso <
could not speak and seemed almost IU aJmo aJmosOnIble In
sensible to what was s going Cin on onrppe The TheVropo
rppe was drawn up Trcd and in a few minuten minutenip minuteetItil
minuteeV
tItil ip Dody swu swuag g from th tre lifeless U V V
Than the mo 1Jl06 dispersed dt pened Hurtiirads of
men and women came later and viewed
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The body of Brooks late tonight tOUtg was wa
SUM hanging in the nark narkPLAN uarkPLAN naricPlAN
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PLAN PAYMENT OF OFCHINESE OFCHIN
CHINESE CHIN SE INDEuINITYWashington INDElINI1YWasIlngton INDEuINITY 1NDE1IN1TYWashington
Washington July 22 22Tl The e state de department department departmant ¬
partment received r received ived a dispatch today
from Commissioner Rockhill at Pekinannouncing Pekhannouncing Pekin Pektnannouncing
announcing that a plan for the pay
ment of the indemnity to the powera
by the Chinese government finally ftnall had
been adopted The amortization amortIsatIo of ofVthC VthC the
bonds to be issued will 1It begin InlSte InlSteand In 198 198and 19eand
and the plan contemplates the entire
liquidation ofboth of both principal and inter interest In Inest intsgeat ¬
est by 1940 It is expected thaiCJina thaiCJinawill thaL China ChinawlJl Chinawill
will raise 23000000 taels annually This Thissum Thisaunt thissum
sum is to be used to pay the interest InterMttn m
the bonds and an to form av s sinking fund
for the ultimate liquidation of the theprincipal t11 t11principal teprincipal
principal principalSOME
SI OV OVSOME a aSOME
SOME EXPECTED EXPECTEDTO TO QDIEf QDIEfNumber DIE DIENumber V VNumber
Number of Persons Injured Inj red in Col Collision CalV CalUnion j jlision
V lision on Mexican Central CentralEl CentralEl
El Paso Tex July 22 22A A serious ac accident aocldent accident ¬
cident occurred on the line of the Mex Mexican lIexlean Mexlean ¬
lean Central near Montezuma about i
1130 a m today several passengers pasfiengerson P engers engerson I
on the southbound train being severely
injured some of whom are expected to
die dieA
A Pullman palace car which had been beensidetracked beensidetracked beensidetracked
sidetracked to allow another car to be becoupled becoupled becoupled
coupled to the train got beyond con con ¬
trol of the brakeman and started down downa
a steep grade The train backed up
to catch the fleeing car and on reach
ing it a collision occurred Although
the car was not derailed the thepassen thepassengers passen passengers passengers ¬
gers within received re elved a awrlfic terrific shock shockand spockand chockand
and the car cat was considerably dam damaged damaged damaged ¬
aged A northbound train tralnarrlvinl arriving here hereat hereat hereat
at 815 this evening brought in the in ¬
jured < who were ere taken to a hospital
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Miss 1188 Edith Pearson Kan Kansas City CityV
V Mrs Mr Jessie Gatlln Kansas City CI y y11rs
Mrs Lucy McCormack Carnes Oak Oa
Cliff CII Tex TexMrs TexMrs V VV
Mrs Jane MeKimmy M < < Klmmy Oklahoma OklahomaJuan OktibomaJlan V
Juan Camargo City of Mexico
John M Duthie El Paso PasoMrs PasoMr2 PasoMrs
Mrs John M 1 It Duthie DuthieTom D lhle lhleTom V VTom
Tom HollahanTom Holla Hollahan HoflahanTom ban banTom
Tom Brock BrockA
A P Parker EI Paso PasoMr Pasoltrt
Mr Flores Durango DurangoA V VA > V
A C Keeran San Antonio AntonioJeff AntonioJdt AntonioJeff
Jeff McLamore Austin AustinCOPPER AustinCOPPER AustinV AustinCOPPER
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COPPER SMELTING LEADS
Report on Manufacturing Industries Industriesof Industrieof
of Arizona and New Mexico MexicoWashington MexicoWashington
Washington July JUly2ZThe 22 ZThe The census of office olI offlee ¬
fice today issued a bulletin on the themanufacturing themanufacturing
I manufacturing industries of the terri territories territories ¬
tories t of Arizona and New Mexico
Arizona has a product of 21316189 131618 of ofwhich
which amount 1728fc5i 17 5lj was the tout out output outp ¬
I put p t of the copper smelters The total totalproduct totalproduct
product p roduct for New Mexico Iexichf Is 6660799 V
I In Arizona there were 314 3ftestabllshi 3ftestabllshinents establish establishJmentsin establishmentsin
mentsin r nents Vift 1900 and326 employees who
I received r n36llI5 3 0t5 In wages In copper
I smelting s there were 1648 persons em employed emf ¬
ployed plcyedNext Next tocopper the other two twoindustries t tI twnndustries
I f industries i are dumber and timber anJ an anI
the t he construction and repair shop work workof workosteam
of osteam o f steam railroads railroadsThere raHroadsrhere railroadsThere
I There were 42 4H < J manufacturing estab ¬
lishments l reported for New Ne Mexico in
1900 1 900 with 2608 employees who received receivedant received1a5tUOd
I 135C900 in wages The mo ptost t Import ImportI
ant a nt industries in New Mexico are the thesmelting
I smelting s and refining of copper apd andlead apdead
I lead l with a product valued at atnearlv atnearlvI nearly nearlyvalued
1 1000000 flour milling with a product productvalu
valued valu v d at 56118 S iljtsand and the thScourIng Scouring 8co uring of ofwool orwooJ ofwool
wool with 77t 7 77Z5 5 reported as 8 received r receivedfor Celvjdfor
for f or the work done doneHUNT dOBea dOBeHUNT <
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HUNT MAY lIA Y BE THE MANMontanan MAN MANHontanan
Montanan Said to be Slated Slat d For Gov Governorship Governorship ¬
ernorship of Porto Rico RicoWashington RicoWashington
Washington July S 2Govtl Governor Or Allen of ofPorto ofPorto
Porto Rico Ico arrived here today tod y from Cap Capton Canton
ton t on 0 where he saw the pres4dent re kient yes yoeterday 611 611terd
terday terd t y It is accepted anwn aJ officials as assefttled a8settled asdttied
settled s that he will w l not return to Porto PertoRico PortoRico PorteRico
Rico RicoIt V 0 0It I
It is said that tl1athe he may mayrem remain ln here un untilafter ulitnatter Unil V ¬
tilafter t il after the issue of 0 the presidents proc proclamation proeJamaUon procamation ¬
lamation l of the 25th th inst announcing free freetrade rlMtrade Zre Zrerade
trade t with V7or Porto orto Rico The belief la II that thathe uathe
he will wilithen then relinquish re1Inqulshhl6 his office in which whichevent whfohf1ent
event the t e nomination of William H Hunt Huntof Huntof
of Montana at present pre ent secretary of the theisland theIsland
island i to the governorship fs s believed belle to tobe tobe
be probable probableMissing probableMissing
IV V
Missing Preacher Located LocatedLa
La Porte Ind July 22 2The The Rev Jl Mh Mhon Wt WtIon Jt Jtlon I
lon I on Cause a former pastor of the theFriends theFriends theFriends
Friends church at Stillwater Illwatec and who it itwas itwas itwas
was supposed committed suicide at San SanFrancisco SanFrandseo SanFrancisco
Francisco a year ago has ben b en found at atHonolulu atHonolulu atHonolulu
Honolulu where he is at present preach preaching p ch chIng ¬
ing At the time of his disappearance disappearancethousands dlarapP Lnce Lncethousands
thousands of dollars were spent in a afruitless a atrultle
fruitless trultle s effort to locate J cate him Previous Previousto
to his s disappearance sa his wife if ifel claimed el to tohave t ttrance tohave
have v had h heaven nneev revealed I to o her in intrance
trance and this is supposed uppo ed to Lohave have havepreyod
1 preyed > reyod upon her husbands mind and to toance tohave
have havabeen been the > motive for his 1l8appeIr 1l8appeIran Itsappearantic
ance an antic e He is one of the best known min ministers ministers misaters ¬
isters f of the Friends church in the thewest t1ewest thewest
west V V Va
a a aClarks
Clarks Russian Investment InvestmentSt
St Petersburg July 32The Xovost Xovostcompany OY08U OY08Uyt
reports that t the capital of the e csper
V company yt in which according accordingto dicrg dicrgvoe to the U bs Ne Nevoe e evoe
voe Vremya United States Senator W
A Clark has Joined joined with Kleff capital capkslsis ¬
ists i sis will be 30000000 000000 roubles of which
Kleff will supply 3000000 roubles and Mos Moscow Moscow Moscow ¬
cow 4EC 4IiroOOO > 000 The Ascension mines mln near
Scmpllatinsk are among the richest It Its
IB IRsaid I s said that the t e government granted th thoricinwl the thesg
oricinwl syndicate a subsidy of o othe 2 256tl5 09609 09609rouble
rouble sg Senator feC Clark kut will visit vi lt Kieff fa
the autumn his son going to Siberia to t
inspect th erolnes erolnesLake emln emlnL
a
Lake L Steamer Sinking SinkingSaginaw SinkingSaglnaw
Saginaw Mich July 23 3 2 a asteamer m mUbe mUbesteamer Tfte Tftesteamer
steamer City Cityot of New Baltimore Gap C p
tain tam Maher which runs between Segl Seglnaw Se Senaw 8i 8inaw
naw and Tawas is reported sinking in inthe inthe Inthe
the channel channelOt of the river near Carroll Carrollton Carrollton Carrollton
ton supposed to have struck a snag
The tug A C McLean has gone down downto downto
to take o ffthe ffthepassengers passengers and crew crewIiong crewg crewLong
g GIll GIllLong
Long Will Not Talk TalkWashington TalkWa TaThWashington
Washington Wa hlngtOn July 22 nSecretary 2Secre Secretary ry Log Loagtoday Logtod
today tod indicated to newspaper neWS PtI mn who whocalled whocalled whocalled
called upon him that he did not care to tosonSchley todtscus todiscuss
discuss further the revival of the thesonschle Samp SampsonSchley
sonSchley controversy controv y He said how berwover h hover howaver
over that he had received recelv a letter from frpqtftc frpqiSir
Sir MacUy in which wc the heU author or of VJJie VJJieNaval the theNaval
Naval ftc History fst of the h United f orS States Statfewagreed S Statesagreed t tagreod
agreed to his the secretarys statem statement statementthat Dt Dtt
that only the third chapter VI VIplaeec1 of f his book bookplaeed boo boothat
that t relating tJ to mobilization had been beenplaced
placed In the th secretarys hands upen the thepublication UepubHeatton Utepublication
publication of his bookV book bookBank oak oakII
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Bank Clearings ClearingsThe f fThe
The bank clearings yesterday yeetenJay were
62471734 6Ir 4 compared with JW U08Dt sa5Et t5 for the Ojecorresponding thecorrQIIiJpondlng thecorresponding
corresponding day of last year yearBoth yearBoth yearV yearBoth
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Des Moines Leader LeaderOnce Lead LeadOnce LeaderOnce < <
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were talking said Robson the con coitversation couversaflon
versation turned on deadheads dea4headsI I haXi haXijust liB liBjust hodjust
just finished finishedBooth ftnl8hedBooth V
Booth fised ed his sombre POmb eyes on the thesunset thlsunset tj tjsunset
sunset and began It was w wa during du the thefirst Utofirst thefirst
first visit that I made to the south southafter southafter utfl utflaffer
after the close of the ct ctafl il 1 war W Wwere Wwere We Wewere
were playing playh g in a littlevfrva littlevfrvabama Iittlei Iittleibam littlewbamr
bam In my mail mailfound on onfound iw iwfound
found a letter which rte rtelike rlitlI rlitlIlike iblike
like this thisDear thisDear V
Dear Sir My wife and self have havealways haveal barealways
always al s been great admirers of you We Wewant Wewant e ewant
want to see you play very much but butcannot batcannot butcannot
cannot afford to buy tickets Win VI you youplease Youplease youplease
please send us a couple of seats I am amsure amsure amsure
sure you will not refuse this requestwhen requestwhen request requestwhen
when I tell you that I am the United UnitedStates UnitedStates TJnft0jStates
States soldier who shot hot and killed your yourbrother yo your yourbrother r rbrother
brother who assassinated President PresidentLincoln PresidentLincoln PresidentLincoln
LincolnI Lincoln LincolnI V VI V
I investigated and found that thatmans the themans themans
mans statement sta ment was correct correctWhat corretWhat correctWhat
What did you do Edwin EdwinI
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the > actor his hi oyes fixed on < the slow slowing glowlug low lowIng ¬
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1U 1t Kelly W C Lambert Walter A Podd < 1
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ter 1erSt St Anthony H 1 HV HBlatchlcy Q Blatchly Iatchl Cald Caldwejr Caldwef CaldweI
wef weI wejr Ida M U K Kestfer V and wile ne Den Denv Denver r en enyen
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L Robinson Chicago Cbica o S A Goldsmith
C Blum Miss Keller John Maine M R
Stewart A J Underwood New York J
W v r Pen P Peer > er r H K Pepper Philadelphia
W Mackie ackt E R Clnte San Francisco FranciscoJamea FraneiscoJamee FranciscoJames
James M Klob E Palmero New York YorkE YorkrS
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V E J Stowe Ogden J D Young Port Portland Port18nd Portlnei ¬
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Logan E O Stacy Greenville Miss S SLewis SLeis SLewis
Lewis Pocatello Nelson Demorest St StJoseph StJ086h StJoseh
Joseph Harrison Clement Nashua N hL
H H L Latz Philadelphia J A Cal Calhoun Calhoun Calhoun
houn and wife ite Ft Wayne Ind IndWhite IndWhite mdWhite
White House HoulIeJ J L Sevy J C Lam Lambert Lambert Lastbert ¬
bert Mrs A Lambert R J GlUes Ka Kamas Kamas Kamac
mas Etf Walk Walker < r Marysval le S Rodders RoddersM
M Collins R Tweedie J Tracey Park ParkCltir ParkCltr ParkCtt
Cltir Ctt J Bettess Alta E J Dunerd and andwile andwUe andWile
wile F W V Frwiley Pocatello G Henry Henryand Henryanc Henryand
and anc wife Ogden C A Shultx and an wife wifeDehvw wirEDeitVft wifeDenver
Denver J A Powell Alta G BeebcJunction Beebc BeebeJunction BeE > be be3unction
Junction S C Rowberry A G Benson BensonJ nson nsonJ
J E Durfee Ray Hammond Grantsville GrantsvilleC
C McKendrick and wife V H Woods WoodsJ
J Ware Tooele M G Rolph Mt Pleas Pleasant Pleaant Pleasant ¬
ant J Barratt W Chyman S Sarsent SarsentAmerican SartntAmerican SargentAmerican
American Fork Mrs J Sullivan Mercur MercurMrs Mercur1111I Mercur3tra
Mrs J R Payne v W Westerfield and andwitp andw1 andwlfp
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Barn Destroyed by Tire TireA FireA
A barn belonging to Sid Hatton near Bear
Sixth Six h South and Third West est streets streetswas
was destroyed destro ed toy fire this morning The
fire when discovered shortly after 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oebock
oclock had gained such headway hea way that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fire department was unable to save
but little It ds said that some tramp
has been sleeping in the barn of late lateand lateand lateand
and it Is supposed that the fire was wasstartedby wasstarted wasstartedVby
startedby started by a match mat or cigarette stump
dropped by him The loss on the barn barnand barnand barnand
and contents will be considerablr it is issaid issaid IscaM
said but the amount could not be belearned
learned this morning morningBROWU inor morningV lng
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made Hermitage of Luxurious Hotel Hoteland Roteland
and Wines Much MuchCincinnati MuchCincinnati MuchV
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V Cincinnati Enquirer EnquirerChicago EnqutrerChicagoR EnqulcerChicagoR
Chicago ChicagoR R Clarke Forsythe regis registered re retered registered ¬
tered at the Auditorium Annex one day dayabout dayabout dayabout
about a year ago and took a little room roomuntil roomuntil roomvntil
until he could get one with a bath He i
Has never slept outside that room a asingle asingle I Isingle
single night since The cashier has hasnever hasnever i
never seen a check of his He pays his
bil bill each week in crisp greenbacks and andne andnever andneier
ne never er signs a restaurant or bar bill
Hat Hbegins begins each morning with a pint of ofchampagne ofchampagne ofchampagne
champagne before breakfast The Thewaiter Thewalter Thewaiter
waiter brings it without a word He
h has s drunk as many as twenty pints of ofchampagne ofchampagne
champagne a da day
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he h e orders his meals with his finger fingerand fingernd fingernd I
and s sm > nd he sits for hotfrs ho rs by himself rum rummaging rummaging rumaging ¬
maging m aging or taking in the human show showHte sho shoHeis showh
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dressed d in brown clothes and a soft softbrown sortbrown V Vrown
bd brown b rown hat whose brim he turns up or ordown ordown orown
down d own all the way around as suits his hisfancy histancy hisancy
fancy f ancy He wears a banshaped yellov yellovbrown yenorbrown yellovrown
brown b rown beard His alleged broth brotlcalled V V Valled
called c one day but the taciturn herm hernii hermot V Vf
I ot o f the luxurious Annex AnnexV Annexbrushed V brushed liLT hlaTaway liLTway
i away a as he wOuld an obnoxious fly fl flSome
j Some say he owns a mine either a asHver silver
sHver s or a gold one out In either SIl SIlverdale Silerdale
verdale v Cripple C riP pie Creek or Leadvillo LeadvilloBut Le LaadvilIVut advllI advllIBut
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Jly iy dear sir he began as he en enered ¬
tered t the room across the hall I flnfl flnflmyself finImyself
myself msel short by about aboutSorry aboutn aboutnSorry aboutbut
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rupted r the other otherIs otheuIs
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was w as going to say that I found myself myselfshort myselfshort
short s of f cats at the house by about aboutalf
half h alf a dozen and I wanted to ask you
im if i f you had any to spare or could direct directme directme directe
me m e to a cat store As for money you youcan youcan youan
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Lewiston Lewis ton Journal JournalAn JournalAn
An Augusta Sunday school class had hadeen haceen I
been b een talking of Adam and Eve and their theirexpulsion theirexp thelixpulsion
expulsion exp e lsfon from paradise and the angel anselwith angelwith ange angeith
with w ith flaming sword In hand to prevent preventtheir preveniheir reventtheir
their t return The teacher asked what it itwas Itas ii iias
was w as the angel had in his hand to keep out outntruders
intruders i The question was wa directed to toone toone t tne
one o ne little Uttleboy boy who remained leml ned in deeD
thought t th for a moment and then said Thad He
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Count Boni de Castellane gave his new newsisterinlaw newsisterInlaw
sisterinlaw s a pair of splendid carriage carrt carriageorses e
horses h orses besides a collection of seven rings ringsmade ringsmade ringsade
made m ade to order each with a stone appro appropriate aDvroprJate areroniate ¬
priate p niate to a day of the week weekCountess weekCountess weekCountess
Countess Anna presented a priceless set setof setof V Vf
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Andrew Jergrens < < Co Sole Agents AgentsDept AjtentsDept AgentsDept
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