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1 TWENTYNINTH YEAR SALT LAKE LAKI1 CITY CITY UTAH UTA SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1901 NUMBER 198 19 1
COURT COURTOfJNUUIRY COURTOfJNUUIRYd Of INQUIRY INQUIRYh
d < = h ISAG14INSTSCIILLY S AG AI N ST S Ctlltr Ctlltri
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11 114fterReviewingthe
4fterReviewingthe 1 fter RevC wing the findings of ffact fact tHe Two Rear Admrills AdmrillsCdfJsure A dinirals diniralsCelhsure
CdfJsure Schley for Being Dilatory in flis Movements MovementsBut Movementsflut
But Admiral Dewey Declares Schley ntitled tnttiedTo ntitledfa
fa the lIonor and Glory of Destroying Destroyingthe
the Spanish fleet
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S + Oo + O O Oo OoDewey +
Dewey is For Schfey SchfeyI t
0 0TN
TN If THE opinion of the undersigned the passage from Key West Westto WtI
+ I 1 to denfuegos CieJL ws made by bthe die JIi flying squadron lei quafr with an H pos possible p pMble ¬ 0 0sible
sible dispatch diapa Commodore Sehtey Seide having in view the im importance importaflee imk ¬
k portance in arriving off Ckufuegoa with as much coal co as z possible possiblein JO 2 2in
in the ships sl po bunkers bunkersThe buuker5The
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The blockade of Cienfuegoe Cienf was effectire effectireCommodore eleeti eleetiCommodore eilectiveT
T Commodore Schley in m permitting the steamer Adula to enter enterthe ntorT 0 0tbe
T the port of Cienfuegos expected to obtain information on regarding regardingthe
4 the Spanish squadron from her when she came out outThe outSQ 0 0The
Q The passage from Cienfuegos g06 to a point about ab t twentytwo twentytwomile iwentytwomi twentytwomiles
+ mile mi south of Santiago San qo wu made ade with as mtieh urn dispatch d as pos possible posBible po pot ¬
t + sible while whi keeping the squadron sq a unit nnitThe unitThe unitThe
The blockade of Santiago was effective effectiveSantiago efeetiwC effectiveCommodore
C Commodore < Seh1e SeLley was the senior c6er oeer f our MtUltdronoiI MtUltdronoiISantiaIo qudron off offSantiao
Santiago when the Spanish SpaJ h squadron attempted to escape en t tmorning the themorning
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< morning of July J Wy 3 1896 He was in absolute ah command and nd is isentitled isentit1ed isentiLled
+ entitled to the credit due to such commanding officer for the theglorious theglorious 0 0glorious
glorious victory which resulted in the total destruction of the tlloSpanish theSpanish thet
t Spanish ships shipsSigned wpSiped bhipsQ
Q Signed GEORGE DEWEY Admiral dm ra1 U S N ITSAMUEL NSAMUEL
m + SAMUEL C LEMLY Judge Advocate Ad oca oca4K 0
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rriAsHDiwmN Bee 11 1J Ii The e most mostprolonged mtv
WASHINGTON v VV IT V prolonged mtetestma Ia and moetj im important important hoportant ¬
portant nava Jl8vaJ Vtttunal tr1na1 UDAI ever held keWlIn e14Iii heldIn
In this country cam came to a ckwe 4eda 4edahvii today todayhaving r rhljill
having hljill in open and secret session sessionajted 10naited sessIon1ated
ajted one week eek short ot three mouths mouthswhen JDOIItbaIhen nioithwhen
when Secretary Se retary Long was Wft banded the thefindings theflnding thefindings
findings of th court urt of inquiry which whichinquired whichinquired whichInquired
inquired into the conduct of Rear Ad Adn11ral Adiritral
nilral Schley during toe Santiago O cam caDIpaign campaign
paign For seven wtefcs eka the court courtheard courtheard courtheard
heard testimony and for toll a month monthit
it deliberated upon thai mua of ofdence O evi evidence Vt Vtdefoe ¬
dence finally reaching the conclusions conclusionsannounced coael1JllioDSpnnounced conc1uIOflrnnounced
announced today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The result wan u complete surprise aurprlaeanti surpriseand e
and 8 n it is I probable that no prophecy has hasapproached basapproached baaapproached
approached the th truth Instead of one onereport oereport oaereport
report there are re two Both are signed Bi signedJ ed edby j jby
J by George Dewey president and by bySimuel boSmuel byS4muel
Simuel C Lemly LE miy as judge advocate advocateThis advocateThis advocateThis
This is a form said to be recognised edIn j jIn
In all courts df < If > f inquiry the signatures signaturesf j
4 > t f the other members not being neces necesSAy neeMlB neceSBut
SAy lB y But it is explained that t Ad Admiral Admiral Adiniral ¬
miral Dewey Dewe signed the econd report reporta
a minority report 1 port to express his quali qualification qualification quakIlcation ¬
fication of or r dissent from the views viewsexpressed viewsexpre5tled viewsexpressed
expressed by the th court coripriglng be besides besides besis ¬
sides himself him lf Admirals Benham and andJiamspy andJamspy andRamsey
Ramsey in the first report reportIt
It i said at the nnvy department departmentthat
that there will be b no further furth r proceed proceeding proceedIngs proceedIngs ¬
Ings in this celebrated case on the de departments de departments dopartments ¬
partments initiative Secretary secretaryLolly secretaryLollyand Loop Loopand Learand
and Judge Advocate Adt Adro ate te Lemly positively positivelydecline posItivebdedine positivelydejine
decline TO discuss the findings In l any anyphase aDYIha anyphase
phase e The secretary received the tbere tbereOrts re reports reports ¬
ports at 5 oclock this eYAtag e atod be hehas behas behas
has not yet t acted upon them It Is Ispn Ispr
pr < able > that he will tfimttiy append appendhis app apphis lei
his signature with the word Ap Approved A APIOVed Approved
proved to the whole record The Thecourt Thecourt I
court itself recomnnds re Omn < no further furthertime furtberroc furtherproceedings
proceedings > roc edings owing to tile lap e of oftime I Itime
time timeThere timeThere I IThere
There was cn n air of animation this thismorning I Imorning IL
L morning about the building in n which whichtht whichth I Itht
tht court holds ts secret sessions and andIt ardt
It t soon became bec me evident that the end of ofthe ofthe I
rlhe the case vas ia as at hand Captain Lemly LemlyVfii Lemlywn LemlyW
Vfii wn W closeted with the members of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court most ot tne afternoon and when whenhe whenhp whenhe
he started for the navy department he hecarried hecarrlti hecarrie4
carried the report with him himAdmiral himlidmhal himAdmilal
Admiral Schley Hears the News NewsA
A representative of th Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPl AssociatedFtess
Press Pl SS conveyed the first information Intol aaation of ofthr ofth ofth
thr th > findings of the court to Ad Admiral Adtniral Adhujral ¬
miral Schley Schl y He e was seated in the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public reception re pptlon room of a hotel chat chattine chattin chattine
tine tin with Ith friends and several news newspaper nespaper nesspaper ¬
paper men and evinced no signs of ofnervousness ofnenOUS ofnervousness
nervousness nenOUS f SS over the outcome outcomeWhen outc outcuineWhen me meVhen
When the he conclusions of Admiral AdmiralX AdminDEwey AdinirlDewey
X DEwey > evey were read to him Admiral AdmiralShley AdmiralhIey dmiralShley
Shley hIey showed his pleasure and it was wasevilent wasev1ent as asen1ent
evilent from his manner that he re rega rega rega
ga ted the statement from Admiral AdmiralI AdmiTlltey AdmiralIeey
I Ieey > ewey as a vindication of his cause causeHe causelie < aUgeHe
He declined to make < > any statement statementconcerning lItate Itatenentconernlng Ent Entm
concerning m rnlnl ie e courts < findings fi dlJitrS and andexcusing andexrusiDA andexcusing
excusing hmsflf h ml > lf from the little ttle com company company cornpany ¬
pany which had gathered gath red about him himvert bimwrt himvert
vert to his a artments where Mrs MrsFohley Irsfkhl MrshIey
Fohley fkhl hIey y bad been anxiously waiting to tohear tohpar tobear
hear the courts < decision eci ion Later the thenffkUU theoffi thenffic41
nffkUU offi < cl1 copy IPY was brought lou ht to the > hotel hotelby hotelhy hotelby
by a messenger m ngfr from the navy depart department dep departmont rt rtfTltnt ¬
mont The reports are as followsJitajority followsMajority follows
Majority Report
Washington Dec 13 Court of It Itcuiry Ircuiry Itcuiry
cuiry McLean Building Buildin 1 1517 7 H HStreet Htreet HStreet
Street N W WWashington WWashington WWaabington
Washington D C Dec 1 11 1901 1901The 1101The 1901The
The court having hy y the authority authorityof
of th the navy department occupied occupiedrooms oceupiedrooms occupiedrooms
rooms Nos 9 and 10 McLean building bull buildingil ing
151 H street N W Washington Wa bn n D DC DC DC
C while deliberating upon ts t pro proceedings ro rocf ¬
ceedings cf ings and the members thereof thereofhrving thjellbcing threofhving
0
hrving assembled daily d8 iIr Jice tJf Monday Mondayand y
11 with th the excjptiOft or 8Ujjth Suiitys Suiitysand I
and holidays holl laH and having hain concluded the theInvestigation theInve thelneatlgatlon
Investigation Inve Ugdtlon report Its proce procerljn dintfs dintfsan 1ifllsand 1I 1I8n
an and the h he testimony taken with wit a iuli tuJland i iand i iend
and detailed statement of all the per pertaent I It Itent
t tent ent farts ats which it l Itrna > ems to tl t be estab established eetRbUshed eatabilahed ¬
lished together t 1 ether wit h its opinion and andrecommendation andrEComm andrecommndation
recommendation rEComm mI8tlon in ih ir rmi1lf niif fs fsFacts > I IFacti I IFacts
Facts The flyln s < indrnn con conlusting < on onIJlsting i ilisting
listing of f the B MI Mtsachu Mqsachutotta fs3chureUs j jtetts
tetts Texas pxv and z i < > i < mife U11 > the thecommand thecommanl thecomman1
command of Commodes W V > 5 Sh1y = hlty
IT t S N sailed fr frnm m Ky West Wf t about abovtS I
8 a a Ill r i of o May 1la IP 1 1i isss 1 1s 9f1 with orders ordersfrom orl1erstrom ordersprom
from tin U riO 11 IVy department 1 rtnwnt and from fromthe tromthe
5 the 11i1t c l1afldI i chief h of of f the North Northolan NnrthAXian nlth nlthan
olan an > 1 L i d 1 vUh ih th thQ tha1ftu <
o Q a1ftu
utmost dispatch dl8pa tCh off Clenfuegae to cap capture capture captare ¬
ture the enemy jff that port if pomi pomible poatbIe peesible
ble or to blockade him and to make maket maimte1IOckede
t te1IOckede fee blockade as ia ctose a as peMtbte peMtbteW Jlllbieft
ft W fiytaafS y1 aquairsH res rrlvare rrlvareCtenfuegoB riIti8IfCieIItQeBO r4dtecienruegos
CtenfuegoB on o tbe t tb meming monaingot oi May 2S 2Sand 2aad 2 2and
and established 118IIed a blockade Duringtile Duringthe During Duringthe
the day the ships lay off the port at atvarious atvanOUll atvarious
various distances hi no particular or order order order ¬
der At night they formed In column columnof
of veattela headed h < off shore and moved movedat
at only sufficient speed for keeping keepingpositions ke keepingpositions plng
positions The smaH vessels e el8 per performed performed ¬
formed picket duty inshore of the large largeships Jar largetDa e ei eDac1fU88
i ships tDa
Declares Seklsy Sc ly Was Slow SlewCommodore SlowCommodore SlowCommodore
Commodore Schlejr did not proceed proceedwith proceedwith proceedwith
with the utmost dispatch d18 tch off Cienf C1entue Cienfueges ue uegos ¬
gos and block that t port as close as aspossible aspo aspossible
possible po At 10 a a m May 22 2 the theDupont theDupont theDupont
Dupont arrived at Cienfuegos with a
dlspath from the commander in chief chiefdated chiefdated
dated Key West May 30 O 1898 1S which
Informed Commodore Schley of the theprobability theprobability
probability of the Spanish squadron
being in Santiago de Cuba and ordered
him to hold Cienfuegos until the re receipt re receipt receipt ¬
ceipt of more positive information informationAt
At 130 p m May 22 2 the Iowa ar arrived r ¬
rived riv at Cienfuegos and at 7 p m of ofthe oftheme ofthe
the theme same date the Scorpion left Cien ¬
fuegos for Santiago SantiagoAt
At 815 li a m of May 23 Commodore
Schley received by the dispatch vessel vesselHawk vesaelHawk vesselHawk
Hawk the following dispatch and mem memorandums memorandums messorandums ¬
orandums from the commanderin commanderinchief commanderInchief
chiefDispatch chief chiefDispatch
chiefDl
Dispatch Dl No No8 8 dated Key West WestMay WestKay WestMay
May 21 21 18 18 which stated that the theSottish theS6D1s1a theStan1ah
Sottish squadron was as probably at atSantiago at8aDtJa atSantiago
Santiago o and ordered Commodore CommodoreSchley CommodoreSeh1ey CommodoreSchley
Schley if he was satisfied that the theSpanish the8panJR theSpanish
Spanish squadron was not ot at Clenfue Cienfuego Clenfuecoa Clenfuegos
go coa to proceed with all dispatch but butI butc butcautiously
I cautiously c to Santiago de Cuba and if ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the enemy is there blockade him in that thatport thatpwt thatorL
port pwtA orL
portA
A 4 memorandum In dated off Havana HavanaMhy HavanaMI HavanaMty
Mhy MI y 21 1 1898 which directed Commo Commodore Commodore Commodore ¬
dore Schley Schlt to mask his movements in inleaving Inle inleving
leaving le Ing Cienfuegos CienfuegosA
A memorandum which stated that a agood agood agood
good landing place had been found by byCommander 111Commauder byCommander
Commander McCalla thirteen t11 teen and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half miles est of Savanilla point that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Cubans had perfect knowledge of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what was going goln on within Cienfuegos Cienfuegosthat
that the Cuban forces in the San Juan Juanmountains Juanmountains Juanmountains
mountains controlled the railway be between between between ¬
tween Cienfuegos and Trinidad and andthat andthat andthat
that there were fair roads ds from the thelanding thelanding thelanding
landing places to Cienfuegos CienfuegosAt Clen os I IAt
At 830 a m May 23 23 3 the Castine Castincand Castineand Castineand
and the collier Merrimac arrived at atOienfuego attlenfuegofl atClenfu
Oienfuego OienfuegoAt tlenfuegoflAt Clenfu goe goeAt
At noon on the same date the Brit British BritIsh British ¬
ish steamer Adula was permitted to go gointo 0into gointo
into Cienfuegos CienfuegosAt
At 7 a m May 24 th the Marblebead MarblebeadVixen MarblEbeadVixen MarbleheadVixen
Vixen and Eagle arrived ut Cienfuegos CienfuegosCommunicated ClentuegosCommunicated ClenfuegosCommuxIcated
Communicated With Insurgents InsurgentsAbout
About 10 a m the Marblehead anl anlEagle R1Eagle aniEagle
Eagle preceded to the landing place placethirteen p pthirteen placethirteen
thirteen and a half miles west of Sa Savanilla Savanilla Snvanilla
vanilla point communicated with the theinsurgents theinsurgent theinsurgents
insurgents landed stores for them themlearned themlearned themlearned
learned that the Spanish squadron was wasnot 138not wasnot
not in the harbor at Cienfuegos re reJoined rejOlnPd reJoined
Joined the squadron at 330 3 3r p m ami amireported an anreported an1reported
reported to Commodore Schley Hchk the in information InfOnDotJon inforxmttio ¬
formation obtained obtainedAftsr obtainedAftr obtainedAfter
After the receipt of this info information
Commodore t wrote a dispatch to tothE tothe I Ithe
the commanflerinchief in which hlch he hestated hestated
I
stated I shall move eastward tomor tomorrow tom tomrrow r ¬ I Irow
row lit H afco a1 o wrote a dispatch to the thecomnrdant j I
comrrr comlI comnrdant r iant a nt of the naval base at Key KeyWe KeyWept i
We Wept I In t which he stated statedAs statedAs
A As II it i f fund md impracticable bI to coal coalth al altb I Ithd i
thd tb Texas from the collier here where wherethere wherethere I Ith
there th re is I so much swell I shall proceed proceedtomorrow proeetdtomorrow proceedtomorrow
tomorrow off Santiago de Cuba being beingembarrassed beingemLarrasst beingembarrassed
embarrassed > d however by the Texas TexasFhorfc Texasshort
short coal supply and her inability to tocoal tocoal tocoat
coal in th open sea ea I shall not be beable beahlt beahl
able ahl to remain off 0 that port on ac acnt j jfount irJn i
fount rJn nt t of oX tne t np general short coal ioa supply supplyof sUPI supp1of > h
of the squadron so will proceed to the thevicinity thevicinity I i
vicinity of St Nicholas Mole where wherethe wberethe wherethe I
the water is smooth and I can coal th thTexas thTexas tbe tbeTexas >
Texas and other ships with what may I Iremain Irmain Irrnnin
remain in the th otHer colliprXo collierNo
Xo n work was vn uS C apparently to I progress progressnr pro rp R Rnt I
nr < the lP fortifications ft ifka t ions of Cienfuego vhilo vhiloP1UKX11V vhiloindr hi hi1uwdlc
< P1UKX11V > indr Schley was wa off u that port portNo OItNo portNo
No efforts were made by Commodore CommodoreSchey Commodorechty CommodoreScbey
Schey to communicate with the inpur inpurin Inpurgents Incurgents
gents to cIslvfr whether the Spanish SpanishqHtdron Spanishsttiadrm
qHtdron w I in th h harbor rbor of Cien Cienth Cinfuq len lenfucgs
fuq fucgs Iri j I th moming iir ning of if May Iay 4 t tc
< >
> <
c Y
lj i2 i Z o F <
i What Benham and Ramsey Ila ey FoundTEE Found FoundT foundrnBE
rnBE T > HE tem t of the Brooklyn to sta starboard board was madapfib madi amid get gefcY getA l lting
Y A TEE i tinglier ting g > her into dangerous d rous proximity to the Spanish ressels reoselsThe sels 1
f The turu turitwas vwas made toward the Texas as and caused that yes vesA v vsel
9 A sel to stop 8to and adback dNLek back her r engines ngin to avoid av id possible p ssible collision collis on j jo
0 Admiral Schley Sclt y did injustice to Lieutenant Commander A C CA CHodgson CHodgoon
A Hodgson in publishing only a portion of the correspondence which whicho
0 passed between them themCoItlmodore
4 Commodore Schleys eonduct eon duct in connection with the events of 0 0the
2 the Santiago campaign prior to June 1808 was characterized characterisedby
by vacillation dilatoriness And lack of enterprise enterpriseHis
0
II A His official o reports regarding the coal supply and the coaling coalingv coalingfaciliiee a1ing a1ingfAcil
fAcil faciliiee ies of the flying squadron were inaccurate and misleading t
I 0 v His conduct during du ring the battle of July 3 was scl selfposseseed posse ed and andhe ands andshe nd ndhe
+ he encouraged in n > his own o person his subordinate officers ad Ad men menV menI
I V to fight courageously courage nltii1y nltii1yI
f Signed GEORGE DEWEY Admiral U S XPresident XPresidentv N president PresMent 0 0SAMUEL
I v 0 SAMUEL LEMLY Judge Advocate
o + + +
Signal ign lights were displayed on shore shoreat shoreat shoreat
at night May 22 2 and May KaylS 53 but Com Commodore Commodore Cornmodore ¬
modore Schley had no Information Informationwhich Intormationwblch Informationwhich
which enabled him to interpret them themBefore themBefore themBefore
Before sailing llIoc from Cienfuegos Com Commodore ComJDOdore Cornmodore ¬
modore Sehtey < received reliable infor information InformaUonthat Informatins ¬
matins maUonthat that snips lp could be coaled in inthe Inthe Inthe
the vicinity ojf Cape Crux and in Go Gonaivea Gonai Gonaises
naivea nai channel channelThe c chjuitIThe l 4 4The
The flying ft squadron aq drea with ith the exoep exoeptlon eX eXtion exeeprtion
tion of the Castrae sailed from Cien Cienfuegos CienfuegOll denfuegos ¬
fuegos about S p m of May 24 I the thelight tbeheavy theheavy
heavy shi ShIPS In column of vessels the thelight thelight
light ship on the right flank and the thlcollier thecollier
collier Merrimac on the left flank At
1 1810 10 a m of MayVSS May 2 the light vessels vesselswere ve vesselswere elswere
were shifted to the port beam and the thecollier thecolUeP thecollier
collier to the starboard beam beamBefore beamBefore beamBefore
Before midnight dnlpt of otifay May ay 24 4 owing ow1n to toheavy toheavy toheavy
heavy rolling the forward compart compartment compartment compartmeat ¬
ment of the Eagle filled with water waterwhich waterwhich waterwhich
which reduced r uced her speed speedOn apeedOn peedOn
On May 26 th the wind was fresh from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the eastward the e weather was bad and andthe andtbe andthe
the sea was heavy for small vessels vesselsThe veaelsTIle vesselsThe
The squadron reduced its speed to en enable enable enable ¬
able the Eagle to remain with it itOn itOn itOn
On May 2C the weather improved the thewind Utewind thewind
wind veered to the west and became becamelight becamelight becamelight
light and the sea moderated moderatedAt
At It 1 1SO P m Commodore Schley Schleysent SchleyseBt Schleysent
sent the Eagle to Port Antonio to coal coalnoon coaland coaland
and then to return to KeY West At AtJIOOA Atnoon
had suffi sufficient sufficient sufficlout ¬
noon of May if the Eagle
cient coal to steam ten knots per hour hourfor hourI hourfor
for three threeI days daysea daysAt
I At 5 530 ea p m the KA squadron mnnoAmn stODDeu stopped stoppedabout i iabout 1
I about twentytwo tw ntytwo miles to the south southward southward
ward of port t of Santiago < o and was wasJoined WASjoined wasJoined
Joined by the scouts Minneapolis and andSt andSt andSt
St Paul
PaulXerrimac
Merrimac Broke Down DownAt DownAt
At i p m May 26 2 the engines ea ble8 of orthe ofthe
the collier Merrimac were temporarily temporarilydlbled temporarilydisabled
disabled Th The engines were changed chancedI
I to work compound and at 4 441 p p pm pm
m of May r7 7 she was able to make makesix maicesIx
six knots with her own steam The Thebroken Thebroken Thebroken
broken parts of the engines were re repaired repaired repaired ¬
paired on board the flagship all re reI repairs
I I pairs being < completed at midnight of ofMay ofMay
May 28 2 The Yale towed the Merrimac Merrimacwhile 1Ierrlmacwhile MerrimacwhIle
while disabled disabledThe disabledThe
The commanding officer of the St StPaul St StPaul StPaul
Paul Visited the flagship fta hlp in obedience obedienceto
to signal took with him a Cuban Cubanpilot Cubanpilot Cubanpilot
pilot and had a conversation CODver atJon with withCommodore withCommodore withCommodore
Commodore Schley SchleyCommodore SchleyCommodore i iCommodore
Commodore Schley had ao JtO o conversa conversation converantlon nver a atlon ¬
tlon with the senior comnianding cornman UDA offi officer officer offioar ¬
cer of the scouts and obtained no nopositive nopositive nopositive
positive information from the scouts scoutsregarding coutsregarding scoutsregarding
regarding the Spanish h squadron squadronAt
At 745 if p p m May 28 IS Commodore CommodoreSchtey ComJLodoreSchleY CommodoreSchley
SchleY changed the course of the fly flying flylug y yIng ¬
ing squadron uadron to the westward and sig signaled sign1ed signaled ¬
naled to his squadron uaclron Destination DestinationKey DestinationKey DestinationKey
Key West via south side of Cuba and andYucatan andYucatan andYucatan
Yucatan channel as soon as collier Is Isreadv IsreadY isready
readY speed nine knofat knofatThe kno knoThe knotaThe
The squadron procedeed westward westwardeighteen westwardelehteen westwardeighteen
eighteen mites stopped at 1115 P m mthe mthe Tnthe
the tow lines of the tb colHer having havingparted havingparted havingparted
parted drifted until J40 p m May
27 resumed Its westward WfI ard course for fortwentythree fortwentythree fortwentythree
twentythree miles topped again at ati15
715 p m and driftM until 1 p m mof mof inof
of May 28 28At BAt 25At I Ijoined
At 930 a ai n May 27 the Harvard Harvardjoined Harvardjoined
joined the flying squadron and her hercommanding hercommandhg hercommanding
commanding officer delivered to Com Commodore Commooore Coinmodore ¬
modore Schley the following dispatch dispatchdated dispatchdated dIspatchdated
dated May 25 addressed by the de department department department ¬
partment to the Harvard at St Nich Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas ¬
olas mole Haytl HaytiInformationfor HaytlInformation HaytlInformaUon
Informationfor Information for Scnley ScnleyProceed SdhleyPrt SdbleyProceed
Proceed Prt eeed at once and inform Schley Schleyand Schleyand I Iand
and also the senton sen officer present pre ent off offSantiago offSantiago offSantiago
Santiago de Cuba as follows All de departments de departmfnts departments ¬
partments information indicates that thatSpanish thatSpansh thatSpanish
Spanish division is still t Santiago SantiagoI
de Cuba The department looks to you youto youto
to ascertain facts and that the enemy enem enemIf enemyIf
If therein does not leave without a adci adecisive
decisive dci ivt action Cubans familiar with withSantiago withSantiago withSantiago
Santiago de Cuba Say that there is islanding islanding
landing place five nautical miles west westfrom westfrom eet eetfrom I
from mouth of harbor and that the theInsurgents theInsurgentll theInsurgents
Insurgents probably will be found and andnot andnot andnot
not Spanish From the th surrounding surroundingheights eurroundlnghel surroundingheighta
heights hel hts can an see 5 every vessel ves el in the theport theport
port As soon as ascertained notify notifythe notifythe
the department whether enemy is isthere Isthere Isthere
there Could not squadron and also alsoHarvard alsoHarvard alsoHarvard
Harvard coal from Merrimac leeward leewardCape leewardCape leewardCape
Cape Cruf Cuba Gonaives Hayti Haytichannel HavUchannel Haytichannel
channel or Mole Hayti The depart department depart department department ¬
ment will send coal immediately to toMole toMole j
Mole Hayti Report without delay delaysituation j
situation at Santiago de d < uha uhaThis uhaThis nbaThis
This dispatch dl teh was U answered n wered by Com Commodore Cornmodore ¬
modore mod ore Schley about noon May 27 as asfol1ow asfollows f
follows Received dispatch of May
26 delivered by Harvard off Santiago Santiagode I
de Ie Cuba uba Merrimafs engine is dis rtisnb disrthl disahl
nb ahl > < l and she sh H I htlpkss hIJ an obliged j It Ic Ii
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to have her towed to Key Ke West We t Have Havebeen HaWbeen Hasobeen
been absolutely unable to coal tWj UN theTexas i
Texas Marblehead Vixen and Brook Broolklyn Broo Brooyn Brooklyn
lyn yn from collier owing to very rough rougliseas roughseas roughseas
seas and boisterous weather since bay leaving le lelng baying ¬
ing Key West t Brooklyn Is the only onlyone It1tone oit1 oit1one
one in squadron having more than set sufficient autRelent setficlent ¬
Relent coal to reach Key West Im Impossible 1mIJO Impossible ¬
possible IJO to remain off Sa Sltntpgo > ntogo in inpresent Inpres Inprttat
present pres prttat ht state of coal accottaf aecoat of tfce tfcesquadrpp tesqtiadrp e esquadlQLNot
squadrpp squadlQLNot Not possible po to coal to lee leeward leeward leewardot ¬
ward wardot of ofC C Cape pe Cruz in summer owing owln to tothe
the southwest winds Harvard just t re reports reports reports
ports to me she has only coal enough en90ghto enoughto
to reach Jamaica and she will proc pr proceed proceedto d dto
to Port Royal n yal alsoreports al o ports only small smallvessels smaUv smallvessels
vessels v sels could coal at Gonaiyes or Mole MoleHayti MoleHayti
Hayti Minneapolis has only coal coalenough coalenough
enough enoug to reach Key West and sameof sameof same sameof
of Yale which will tow to Merrimac It Itis Itis Itis
is to be regretted that the depart departments dePiUtments departmeats ¬
ments orders cannot be obeyed ear earneatly ears earsneatly
neatly as we have hav all striven to that thatend
end I am forced to return to Ky
West via Yucatan passage for coal coalCan codCan coalCan
Can ascertain nothing intelligible of ofenemy ofenemy
enemy Sent Eagle to Port Antonio AntqiSJQyesterdn AntyniQyesterday Antonioyesterday
yesterday as she has only twcrni twcrniseven tWQ twQd twQdseven f6
seven tons on OJ1 board Win wtn1ulf teav ieavt < St StPaul St StPaul
Paul here Will require ffWnons tt O os of oPcoal ofcoal ofcoal
coal at Key West WestCoal WestCoal WestCoal
Coal Supply of Vessels VesselsThe VesselsThe
The coai supply of the vessels of the theflying th thdng theflying
flying dng squadron at noon on May Maywas 27 27was 7 7was
was sufficient to have enabled enabledtltem them to tosteam tostern
steam ten knots per hour hourThe
The Brooklyn for 11 1114 days Iowa
7 days Massachusetts 10 days da Tex Texas rexas Tenas
as 6 64 days Marbiehead 3 314 days daysvixen
vixen 11 days or to have hav remained remainedon
on blockade duty off Santiago de Cuba
the Brooklyn for 26 days da Iowa for 1C l
day Massachusetts 2t days Texas Texasdays TexasI
I days dn s Marbiehead 5 days Vixen VixenS
2S days and then steam tq Gonaives
Hayti or to Cape Cruz Cuba CUDato to coal coalAt
At that date the flying squadron was waaaccompanied wasaccompanied
by the collier Merrimac Merrimaccontaining Merrimaccontaining
containing 45M 4 90 tons of coal coalThe eoalThe coalThe
The amount of coal required to com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely fill the coal bunkers of f f all of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the vessels of the flying squadron on
this same date was 2750 tons tonsThe tonsThe tonsThe
The conditions of the wind 1nd sea and andweather andweather
weather from noon on May 2 341 to June
1 were wet e favorable for taking coal from froma
a collier at sea off Santiago de Cuba
The Iowa Castine and Dupont coaled coaledat c
at Cienfueiros Clenfu o from the collier Merri Merrima Merrimad
ma mad < on May 23 and the Massachusetts Massachusettsand
and Castine on May 24 24The 4The 4 4The
The Texas asked permission to tocOflI coal
first on May 28 and was refused by
Commodore Schley who ordered > th the i I
Iowa to coal first rst and the Massaehti Massaehtisetts 11 Masseehthsetta a8Heh a8Hehsetts
setts second secondTexas secondTexas secondTexas
Texas Refused Coal GoalThe CoalThe
The Texas was ordered to coal eoclfrom from
the collier on May 24 but th the order
was revoked as the Massachusetts was wasalongslde wasalongside
alongside the collier and nd the com ¬
manding man ding officer offi r 6f the collier de deemed med
It unsafe to place his vessel between
two battleships battleshipsThe
The Texas and Marbjahead coaled at
sea off Santiago with WI oqUters May Ia Y 3f
and 28 the th Massaclftsatts MaMae setts and Vixen
on May 29 the BWiflKten 13 wn and losa on I
May 30 O the Brooklyn BroDkl Texas Tex and Mar
blehead on May 31 SIAt 31At 31At
At 336 33ip p m May 27 Commodore
Schley signaled to the St Paul If
Sampson comes here tell him half of ofsquadron ofsquadron I
squadron out of coal and collier en engines enginea ¬
gines broken down downAt downAt I
At 1046 p m Mat 27 Commodoru I
Schley signaled to the e Texas The Themore Themore Themore
more coal you take in this smooth smoothweather amoothweather smoothweather
weather the less you Ou will have to take taksIn takeIn takein
In Hayti HaytiCommodore HaytlCommodore HaytiCommodore
Commodore Schley made po effort to toascertain toascertBJn toascertain
ascertain whether the Spanish squad squadron Sfluadron squadran ¬
ron was in the harbor of Santiago h he helert heleft
left said harbor entirely unguarded
from 6 p m of May 56 to 6 p m of ofMay ofMay ofMay
May 27 and guarded only by the scout scoutSt 8 out outS1 scoutSt
St Paul P ul from 6 p m May 27 until untilabout untilabout untIlaboutS
about aboutS 6 p m of May 28 28The 28The 28The
The flying squadron arrived off 0ffharbor lf tile tileharbor
harbor of Santiago de Cuba Yae fI e emlbe J
mlle J south or Iorro at 6 p p h ij
28 and established estttbll hed a blockade blockadeDeclares blockadeDeclares blockadeDeclares
Declares Schley Was Slow SlowThe SlowThedlstance SlowThedistance
The Thedlstance distance from Cienfuegos to San Santiagfo SantIage Santlagb
tiagfo is 316 31 miles Commodore Schley
did not proceed with all dispatch from fromCienfuegos fromCJenluegos frontClenfuegos
Cienfuegos to Santiago de d Cuba CubaEarly CubaEarly Cub CubEarly
Early on the morning of May 29 the theCristobal th thCrisoobal theCristobal
Cristobal Colon and utjier oter vessels 1 ve of ofthe tthe ofthe
the Spanish squadron were discovered discoveredat dl oeveredat
at anchor in the harbor of Santiago Santiagoabout Santiagoabout Sant1goabout
about 1200 yards from the entrance entranceNo
No attempt was made by y Commodore CommodoreContinued CommodorelInnlinul Commodoreoiitinuu
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StRONG WORDS USED USEDtftlFedera USEDC USEDAGAINST
AGAINST A THE MILITIA MILITIAfef MILITIAiAneficai
tftlFederaA fef fefrArfefiGan C
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I State Troops Troopsv TroopssAgamst I I II IPJA
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Scranton Pa n Dei De 13 13The The conven convention conventlou ¬
lion of the American Federation of ofLabor ofLabor ofLabor
Labor held three sessions se today and anddisposed anddisposed anddisposed
disposed of more business than on any anyprevious anyprevIous anyprevious
previous day da of the meeting meetingOne meetingOQ8 meetingOne
One of of the principal feathr features e tur Of qf to today1 todayls today1s ¬
dayls day1 proceedings p was all the refusal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proposition to increase Incraa e the number numberof
of vice presidents pre ldtnts from ftom six to eight eightA eightA
A resolution r uUon instructing unions to tohold tobold tobold
bold ajoqf from fro the militia of the sev several several soyoral ¬
eral states statestwaS tw twas s tabled Strong lan language language Ianguage ¬
guage against t the militia in times of ofstrikes ofstrikes ofstrikes
strikes was used The convention de decided dedied deekbed ¬
died to Increase Increa e the per capita tax of ofnational ofnational
national and andinternatIonttl international unions from fromonethird fromonethird fromonethird I
onethird to onehalf of 1 per cent per permember permember I Imember
member per month and also organized organizedto
to t raise rai e the per p capita tax of federal federaland federaland federaland
and local trade unions from i to 10 19cents 10cents 10cents
cents a month for each member the theIncrease theIncreue theIncrease
Increase of i cents to go toward the theraising theraJlling theraising
raising of a defense deftn e fund for those thoseunions thoseunions thoseunions
unions unionsContrary unionsContrary unionsContrar
Contrary to expectations the special specialcommittee specialcommittee specialcommittee
committee having havtn charge of the ques question question question ¬
tion of autonomy did not make its re report report report ¬
port at the opening openingof of the morning sea session sealion s slion ¬
lion The committee on law presented presenteda preeentedJarte
a large number of resolutions resolutionsNo resolutionslTo
No Extra Vice Presidents PresidentsA
A resolution to increase Increa e the vice vicepre vicepresidents
presidents pre identg from six to eight the two twoadditional twoadditional twoadditional
additional members to sit in executive executivecouncil executivecouncil executivecouncil
council with the other vice presidents presidentsprovoked presidentsprookOO presidentsprovoked
provoked awarm a warm debate C O Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
man of Chicago started the discussion discussionby
by attacking the executive council say
Ing that the council was wa a regular regularTammany regularTammny regularTammany
Tammany and that the attempt to in increase Inc increase ¬
crease c se the membership was done for forthe forthe I Ithe
the purpose of further intrenching Intrenchi
itself Charles Dold also of Chicago Chicagosaid Chicagosaid Chicagosaid I
said it itwas was common gossip all over th thcountry tht thtcountry thdcountry =
country that the council was absolute absolutely ¬ i
ly in control of the federation He Hethought Hethought
thought the council coun ll membership should ahouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be decreased John P Reese of Iowa Iowarepresenting IowarepresentlnJt IowarepresentIng I
representing the miners caused a stir stirby stirby stirby
by saying that tha t the executive council councilwas councilwas
was made up of men of brains who whocould whocould whocould II
could lead the common herd of dele delegates delegates ¬
gates on the floor floorJ I
J H Bowman who represents 150000 150000members I I
members of the Chicago Federation of ofLabor ofLabor ofLabor
Labor vigorously vigorou ly protested against againstReeses ageinatReeses nst I
Reeses remarks as did several Teral other I
San Francisco JFrane sco Dee IS itAdolph Adojph Oppen Qppenhelmer Oppenheimer Oppenhelmer
helmer who wh was one of the pdadpal pal wit witnesses wltn81H8 witnames ¬
nesses against Theodore Durrant hanged hangedfor haRSedfor hangedfor
for the harts rtl murder of Blanche La Lament Lamoat ¬ I ImORt
moat was S mysteriously my lerlO81y shot sad Wiled Wiledearly killedearly i iMrtT
early this morning in a shooting sbooUn gal gallery gallery ¬
lery which he had conducted c on Dnpont DopontHANNA DupontFIANNA DnpontHANNAANDFORAKER
HANNAANDFORAKER HANNAANDFORAKERARE HANNA AND FORAKER FORAKERARE FORAKERARE
ARE NOW AT WAR
+ 4 f Columbus 0 I Dee > ee H 1J1 lLT John tD O oIJJOY +
4 4 Malloy alloy secretary seeret ry of the Republican RepulJllcanstate Republicanstate + f
4 + state executive committee returned + f I Ite4ay Itoday
+ today from tromWash1ngton Washington and con conf confirms +
+ f firms the report of a breach be be betw 4 + I
4 4 twsen tw Senators Hanna and IforaKer IforaKerf 1roralt r rUte +
4 f the latter refusing to make a single BingleconeeuoD singleconcession +
4 + concession In the organisation of the thelwielature + I
+ legislature lwielatureTwo + j jTwo
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i iTwo
Two Danced In the Air AirMemphis AirMemphis
I
Memphis Tenn Dec 13 13Frank Frank Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non and Will Kelly both colored were werehanged wtr werehanged i
hanged at Helena Ark today for th thmurder thmurder I Imurder
murder last July of Isaac Lane and andhis antihis
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delegates Speeches were made by bydosen i idosen a adosen
dosen delegates deIegatefor for and against the In Increase increase Increase ¬
crease after which a vote was as taken takenand takenahd takenand
and the proposition defeated defeatedThese defeatedThe8e defeatedThese
These resolutions were adopted adoptedInstructing adoptedI adoptedInstructing
Instructing I 5tMlctin the executive council to toinduce toInduce toinduce
induce the Butchers union uni a in Kansas KansasCity KansasCity KansasCity
City to Join the Central Labor body bodyand bod bodand bodyand
and increasing Increul the per capita tax of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the national and international unions unionsfrom unionsfrom unionsfrom
from onethird to onehalf cent per permember permember permember
member per month to take effect next nextFebruary nextFebruary nextFebruary
February FebruaryThe FebruaryThe FebruaryThe
The proposition to increase the salary salaryof
of the president pre ldent and secretary was de deI defeatM defeat
featod featMThe feat d dThe N NThe
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The resolution re increasing the pef pefcapita pe pdeaita
capita tax of the federation lnd nd local localtrades localtrades localtrades
trades unions from S to 10 cents per peri permember
i member per month was under con conIideration consideration
I sideratlon when a recess was taken takenAnarchy taknAnarohy takenAnarchy
Anarchy and nips snipsThe nipsThe nipsThe
The convention decided to take no noaction cnoaction amaction
action on a resolution condemning ari ariarchv a1archy an anarchy
archy and a resolution protesting protestingapinat protestingagainst
i against ship hlp subsidy legislation be because becau hecause ¬
cause cau the American Federation of ofI ofLabor ofLabor
I Labor is already on record as decidedly decidedlyagainst dcidfdlyanJnst decidedlyagainst
against anarchy and ship subsidies subsidiesThe subsidiesThe subsidiesThe
The federation fltd r4t1011 decided to drop the res resolution resolution resolution ¬
olution denouncing the En English lI h govern government gOernment government ¬
ment for its war ar against the Boer Boerbecause Boel1f Boerbecause
because the American government is isnow isnow isnow
now engaged ensa < ed in a movement of a sim similar similar aimilar ¬
ilar character and because such a reso resolution resolution remlution ¬
lution baa no place in a labor conven conventlon convention convention
tion I IThese IThese
tlonThese
These resolutions were also adopted adoptedInstructing adoptedInstructillf adoptedInstructing
Instructing the president to tele telegraph telepb tebegraph ¬
graph pb a protect P t of the American Fed Federation Federation Fedoration ¬
eration of Labor to the president of the theUnited theVnited theUnited
United States against the confirmation confirmationof
of the appointment of Francis Baker as asjudee ujudEe asludte
judee of the United States court of ofPPMIa ofanneals
anneals In Indiana on the ground that thathis thathis
his father Judge John H Baker had hadgranted hadgranted
granted injunctions against Vnion Vnionworkmen Vnlonworkmen tnlonworkmen
workmen instructing the legislative legislativecommittee legislativecommittee legislativecommittee
committee to investigate the report reportthat reportthat
that the immigrants killed in the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road wreck near Seneca Mich recent recently recently recentby ¬
ly were brought to this country in vto yb yblatbon
lation to the Immigration laws lawsConsideration lawsConsideration
Consideration of the report If > f the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on boycotts consumed much muchof muchof
of the time of the evening session Ion
There was a struggle over the matter matterof
of boycotting a cash register company companyof
of Ohio The company was placed upon uponthe uponthe
the unfair list Jt t by a large vote
WITNESS IN INT INTHE THE E DURRANT CASE CASESHOT CASESfJOT CASESHOT
SHOT IN SAN FRANCISCO
street He was shot from behind the
bullet from eae of f his own target rifles riflesentering rlfJesentei1Dfr riflesentering
entering the small 110ftlie of the back clc and caus ¬
ing instant death Bobbery was the themotive thEmotive theinothe
motive a base containing 7 L9 iO having
beea taken fi ta fcomthe 8i tJte h place Tho body
wa wu Oiaeovereday evere < 1Ip the deed mans son j I
There is no clue claeW tp the tit assassin assassinMRS a assassinMFS 88ssInMRS
MRS ADA G DENNIS DENNISEXPECTED DENNISEXPECTED DENNISEXPECTED
EXPECTED TO DIE DIEn DIEMrs DIEwnllbfoio4
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wnllbfoio4 c LThe The condition n of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Ada CHlbert Dentils Dei WJs who was as assaulted asaaulted assaulted ¬
saulted last Tuesday is a trifle worse worsetoday worsetoday worsetoday
today Dr L H Ii 1 Richelderfer the real resident ¬
dent physictan at t the Garfield hospital hospitalcxpnoswd hospitalPxpf8tllN4tM hospitalexpressed
expressed Pxpf8tllN4tM th the opinion that she had a very veryslight veryslight veryslight
slight chalice tit f recovery She Is un unconscious unconscIous unconscious ¬
conscious most of the time timeand and talks only
irrationally The police are without a aclueas acIuea
clueas clue a to her assailant assailantKing allante allantKin amailantKing
o e
Kin King Edwards Coronation CoronationLondon CoronntionLondon CoronationLondon
London Dec 18 laThe The royal procla proclamation proclamatlon ¬
mation fixing June 61902 6 190 as the date datefor datefor datefor
for the coronation of King Edward was waspubIcly waspubcly waspubcly
pubcly read in London yesterday yesterdayamid yesterdayamid esterdayamid
amid a pelting storm
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KEARNS AND SUTHERLAND SUTHERLANDENGAGED SUTHERLANDENGAGED SUJHERLANDENGAGEDINWARFARE
ENGAGED ENGAGEDINWARFARE ENGAGEDINWARFARESenatort IN WARFARE WARFAREH
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Senatort Senatortand enator n tor tort torand t and Congressman Quarreling QuarrelingtOver Over Ap Appointment Appointmen Appointment
pointment of United States Marshal MarshalQppositioiLto MarsnatQpPP MarshJQppojiogJo
QppositioiLto QpPP l RgJ Kearns K rs Now Concentrated on Glen GlenSThoot W p if ifS
rft w w ir 2 l lSmdot
Smdot S ot in in WashingtonBut Wa hingtonBut Not on Political MfsslSji MfsslSjiSp MissifASveeial M1ssL M1ssLSpecial
Sp Special cial to The Herald HeraldASHTtfGTOX Herald1ITASHL HeraldD
ASHTtfGTOX GTON D C Dec 13 13There There is no disguising the faN hat hatWy hatV htI
1ITASHL Wy I V IV therp ther is a breach in the political poJitieallelatioDB relations of Senator Kearns iu iuEeHresentatire mReIttosentatire uiiIleitresentative <
EeHresentatire StterJaad StterJaadThis S1I S1ITbis SutberimxLThis
This lisa cqme about principally through the interference it is aid aidof aidof aidof
of certain politicians in Utah UtahSenator UtahScnator UthSenator
Senator Kearns has insisted thatit that it is his prerogative to name the tliofjptleral twf thef
fjptleral f f derl officers When National Committeeman Salisbury and other poll pollticians po1iticitms politieittnof
ticians tieittnof of the state met here it was at once apparent that they were Iowa Iowaon Iownon lowuon
on sonic political mission This they theystrenuously strenuously denied although ar a r the thetime th thtime thtime
time it was known they were shaping s ap Dg their forces for the purpose of dis discrediting discrediting di dicrediting ¬
crediting Senator Kearns and his recommendation in the matter of tlw theUnited tlwUnited tlwUnited
United States marshalship marslu ahip National Committeeman Salisbury want wanttd < d T Tsee tsee tsee
see Arthur Pratt secure this position po i OD in which lie le had the approval it i iimderstood junderstood iunderstood
understood of Representative Repro entative Sutherland Senator Kearns earns first iafor iaformation informstiou i aforinstion
mation of their intent came camewlMm when he learned at the department of Justin Justinthat justicthftt justiethat
that tlpy tII had presented Pratts name in opposition to the one he ha had hadrecol1unended ha1recommended < l lrecommended
recommended for the office This was considered a serious breach of ofcourtesy ofcourtesy ofcourtesy
courtesy on the part of the representative repre entative for the reason that it is i gen generally generally genemily ¬
erally recognized rcc ized here at Washington that the senators name all the fe fed federal feIoral < l lcral
oral officers with the exception of postmasters which the representatives representativeslook represent Jtits Jtitslook <
look after He informed The Herald correspondent that he was never neverconsulted Ileverconsultf neverconsulted
consulted < as to his position on fhe marshalship question and concluded concludedtherefore tonrhtdetherefore concludedtherefore
therefore that they did not care to > present any an applicant He handed handedin
in the name of Benjamin Heywood some days ago and the matter is no now nowbeforc nowbefore < v vbefore
before the department departmentKEABNS e departmentKEARNS rtment rtmentXEARNS
KEARNS OPPOSITION TJNITES ON MILLER 3JGLLEKIt XILLERIt
It is generally believed by Senator Kearns friends that the opponents opponentsof
of Kearns Jcllrnslearn Kcarnslearning learning Dg the condition of affairs decided to unite on the pres present present proseat
ent incumbent Glen Millar hoping by his appointment to discredit disc it Sen Senator Senator
ator Kearns before the department and the people Whether they th wiii wiiisucceed winsuccoed willsneeced
succeed or not has not yet developed although they the are making strenu strenuous strenuous irenu irenuous ¬
ous efforts cftortsto to accomplish it Senator Kbarns K arns it is said regrets the pres present present prescut
ent condition con itions He says they were not brought about by him and that he hehas hehas hehas
has always striven to continue on amicable terms with Mr Sutherland Sutherlandappreciating Sutherlandappreciating Suthertamiitpprcciatiug
appreciating the fact that a difference between them will not redound to tothe tothe tothe
the good of Utah UtahExManager UtahEx UtahExManager
ExManager Ex fannoer LAnnan left the city early this morning for New York Torkand YorkADd Yorkud
and ud Committeeman Salisbury will leave at midnight for the same place placeMr placeMr p1aceMr
Mr Salisbury said tonight regarding the th marshalship fight that his man manwas manwits
was 15 not in it and lie was taking no further interest in the matter matterReed matterReed matterReel
Reed Smoot who reached here last evening is aiding the representa representatives epreselltatiYeS epreseiitativeg ¬
tives of the beet sugar industry The Th > report was in circulation hat hatApostle hAtApostle hatApo
Apo Apostle tle Smoot is here lere to consult with Republican leaders concerning his hissenatorial hi hisenatorial hisenorial
senatorial candidacy but it is believed to be unfounded unfoundedSenator unfoundedSonator unfoundedSenator
Senator Kearns it is understood will not support any man for f r the thesenatorship thesenatorship theseuittaorsliip
senatorship believing that it would be unfair to a number of good men menho rJJenwho menwho
who ho should have an egual opportunity to make the fight f ht His position positionas p posit i 1 ion ionS id1as
as United States senator also influences him in this decision His aid has liasbeen ha habeeu hasbeenasked
been beenasked asked by a number r of men in the > state t < te and he has ha told all that h hdoes hdocs hdoes
does not propose to take anyhand any hand in the light at this thi time timeRepresentative timeneprcseutatim timeRepresentative
Representative Edwards today introduced ed a bill in the house sin tar tarto ar arto arto
to that introduced in the senate by Senator fo > nator Clark increasing in reasing the < cst ostlimit cstlimit st
limit of the federal wilding at Butte to 00000
RIO RITiNTOS TINTOS PEOPLE PEOPLECOURTING PEOPLECOURTING PEOPLECOURTING
COURTING TROUBLE TROUBLELondon TROUBLELo TROUBLELoion
London Lo llott Dec 13 13Tbe The dinflor of th thRio the thlRio theRio >
Rio TJfcM itte company tr are meeting lTIN thllt > daily dailyand dHiI dHiIand dailyand
and itIs it 1s op up to the Amalgamated to make muka makea
a settlement The Pall Mull OuE cLztt tiztt tiztttimittee < > tt in intimates iJtlmlt ¬
timates tlmlt that Rockefeller has h l thrown throwndown throwndown throwndown
down the gauntlet to the Rothschilds and andsajfs andMYS andsats
sats the latter will win In a fight fiirhtThe fllChtThe fightihe
The Rio Tintos company clninif < t < li liable beable btable ¬
able to stand a drop of 20s tls in copper but butsays hulsays hiltsays
says the Standard Stan al Oil people cannot and andlook andlook antilook
look for fota fec a general smash in the AmfrH mtrilan mtrilanm mrRIIImarket m mmarket
market marketBrought m marketBrought rk
to toBrought
Brought His Name With Him HimWashington HimWashington HimWashington
Washington Dec 13 13Phya Phya Akaraj AkarajOradhara AkarajOradhara AkarajOradhara
Oradhara the newly arrived Slames Slamesminister Siameminister Ianesmintster >
minister today presented his creden credentials lTed tiedCfltials n ntial5 ¬
tials to the president presidentr
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KILLED A FARMER FARMERIN
IN HIS OWN DEFENSE DEFENSES
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couitv 1 hl his morning morningha Ihurston Grim Orirrr t thgtiy
I ha hl hgtiy ilv rfpected rH td farm farim farimJi farm r shot anti kil kilin II IIJthn
Ji Jthn h i KI 1 ti > a neieihor neieihori IWI1h or in a quarrel i icording r rThe
10 i The killing killingxtiry killin < i cording to toi I Itltory r rstrv
xtiry received hero heroCirim her it i in seUci Fe1Itor Fe1Itort celfilthtni r ri
Cirim t rim and others mid i ia i he orders n nHged orad t trad
rad < > a < l supervisor wr wrviiitc w t i Hged < in r rroad rtilll rtiiit
viiitc surveyors eir 1r ye yore l stakes stakesRnjipel tlk e > < f road n nland tJ
Rnjipel rlaimeil WH op opier ti land and IIr IIrj t Ii Iiilerti r ri
j l ilerti < ier er > < l the men ntT of tin tina t he < i I and nd secu secutimes 1111I st sta
I a ritc nfl shot ht it Irirr IrirrKriT times timesIred tilDest timeslt
KriT lt r iirov his itt revolver revolveri > Ired se seI Sct SctI
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