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I t tI Showers and Cooler CoolerESTABLISHED OoolrABLISI1ED I 1 j C
Churchman at Provo Womans Meeting M etil1g Announces AjinoiincesHis Afl AnnouncesHia Lince8 Lince8His
His Ambition to Succeed RawlinsI Rawlinsiator Rawlins RawlinsStoitor RawlinsSeutor
Stoitor Kearns Pats the Way For Smoefs OOt8 Declaration DeelaietionStIt DeelaietionStItLake ooJe atioRSaU atioRSaUlIk Salt SaltLike
Like lIk and Utah Coiwtits the tfllBattlw Battte Battle Greuntl Gr u
4 flllJedlll pedal tcisl to The HI Bend UeraNLBOVO BendP IL ILAOW
BOVO May uAaoatto Recd Smoot Smootwife ettfp atoet atoetr
P 1 r wife lenaplo a cede le < a g1Watbt SMMUM UIMIIIII UIMIIIIIIf of MS hitcsl1M
cattMsey csl1M 3r for If the United Statesteatrt States Statesvwte Stat Statto
vwte to taatersa macaoi Senator torJOMph Joseph L Haw AawThe HawTke w wr wn
The BBBSBBcoiBeBt ct was made e a lilt a aBKrttBf aaxettag
BKrttBf of the Womans W Republican club clufcBmwsr club8nsia hll hllK
Bmwsr K 1GE ns was pustBt a act ad th t that thatlend bat batIfDIII t tIrate
Irate strength It IB the bust bat I h he heI to toydnd bvaned
ydnd I to ths tht candidacy ot t tbe church churchman cburcbTIMI churchmaa ¬
man maaTk manTb
Tb TIMI declaration can ca cane at the end of the theffrttag tbeem theawettng
ffrttag Speeches I IMa hadbeen had been o made by byBnMtor b1tnr bySeastnr
BnMtor tnr Kearns K8rn8 John C Graham Charles CharlesDC
DC Motoy 110 and Dd Postmark r James Clove Clovewtw CloveU Clovewho
who served U chamnnii balrf u before Apoetle Apoetletoont Apo tlewulntrodlKri e elm0M
toont was wulntrodlKri Introduced I III rHterated th thMK thur tha thaMILL
MK ur of the other Ii i > ikfrs I that Salt SaltIjkt SalttaM Saltlke
taM and rtaa n count COU8t1t Its will be th the po poBttaU pohlnal
BttaU tl < ltal battle ground t tw UtiI I full n Then he hepoke laeI bespoke
poke I of the work done by the Repvb Repvbllcaw ap Repabkae
llcaw te Utah eernty ty last fall descrlb descrlbhw d deacribnt b bt1l
hw nt It M splendid though the county covt covtthlll
thlll th < had no randldae ra for the United Unitedut
CaIn ut senate senateNov senateow ute uteow
Nov ow I treat to be frank an and < 1 fair with
t the th p people ople her here tonight Apostle haoot rimootnet haootcontinued
net continued tI ttnued and and I 1M my that if th the state stateHiart lltateJfft stateFoes
Foes ReDul Republesn Ucaa this faD and the legia legia4tare
4tare Hiart II should houM ask me to represent Utah U
hi th t the fnlted State etat senate I am a will winto ¬
ing tn to do so but the lucres n of the theP theparty
P JIIIny ny has alwaacne always ala been mere to me than thanffflr tMfte tbanaffke
ffi ffflr e aDd nd If this t shouM in any w wI way
tet tlltTf tfete with tb eaccees of u party
I 4n > no not want the office ott
H He had d beard rcL be said trace objections ob obfIT
rn fw f to an a apostle representing
1 nail tab IB I twe tweto the he senate but both b wanted to
say that h hwas be tike a Republican Monte he heI hewas
was an apostle a and that becoming < an ansti anu anbad
I u sti had not chances ate politics He Hefiber HeJI Heeupl
JI fiber rrrrVvHI eupl aed that t a would ould make makeno Hakeno
no special effort to secure the noMttie noMttietraln aodDlit aoadnadlpltbat
dlpltbat lit it4ttmate wanted n him hi WGUId WGUIdIt wcaidsewn
sewn It liD the bent of his ability abQttytor abilitytor
tor X accom paDed led by Da David David
vid ttettla b cm down oaths u eveabac eveabactnla eabag eabagtrain
train They dined with Apoetle Adet Adetaft Snort Snortand 9wetand
and aft It was wa at the latteft Ie resMence that thatthe tIIattbe thatthe
the meeting of the Womans W RepubUcaa Bepublkaaclub RepubUcaacluh pulalksaclu
club clu was held heldTie heldPIe heldb
Tie meeting was wa opened hy y the thedft und undo preaideaC
deaC o Mrs Jf tautly G Ouff utfl who o welcomed welcomedtor welcomec1K wetcon ed edtor
tor Reams and Mr keith Krtth on ODbeb1f ODbeb1fof behalfof behalf behalfnretahv
of nretahv nretahvi el daleBoahard
i Boehard liard and Pyn Bros quartette quartetterendered quartetterendered
I rendered two vocal ielectloni after afterhlch afterwhleJa afterwhich
which hlch JIW PaSsts r > meniisHr stet Clove hrtefly spoke of ofI orI ofthe
I the good work 11 aoco aocompHshed lted y hy the Womans Wo Wod
j I mans dub d in Utah county count p pter politic politictor poUtJctor an
tor Kearns responded to aa iarita iaritaspeak t ts
speak k Ho encouraged the club clubbY clubby
1 bY h 18 a et the tbeWGI1t
104 104at twoit WGI1t 0 tile Ja4IM aDd aDdtllat andthey l suoested suoestedbered
tllat tb tbdal at t they be reaawabared bered fan a aasu asu suostan suostanat lltantJai tan
tJai at t the convention not only onlya
a R but with a place on the theticket
ticket B had no doubt he a that thatkr ha
Utah U co ranxy kr krWho would have Iaa a rnttL rnttLojitadoB taU bU bUCII
CII taoad ojitadoB la tthe the thetae next JtGtWN tegtel tegteltsonM
WN Who tsonM assM t ht eiistlng a e eoi eoifor eoItile
tan k kapes
for the senator senatorwho tor torbo ag
apes who bo had th thstate tIN geot d the thes
state s tat c at heart and Dd who would work for fort fort j jand
t t and ad the two would wouldHe wouldRjUtah wouldtmtte
tmtte hi Utah fott + enat aaN aaNwoMN tile
woMN RjUtah He said that Utah Utah was wastn w wIf wthe wtheas as asa1M
a1M tn If th > dtoa > vantage BUve ot having YbI a awho ar
r who spent his tine t1ID8eGDMetei la ins
s 5 ty eonnocted with the
ipocial < S sdal to TIM TIMOdea Herald
Ogle Odea May 1 1d 14Thes4me Lrtitya
t respected d and aged cues It
t4 M Rid eukide Mde this momtng at tno a P notteo
mush uon by hanging baDaJi htestlf with two
mftdktrclilei to the roof of hte cek
Jy Tboo Th desperate rate act was the result of re rend re reI
I terse and nd shame h bm me at his failure to over overI
I J2 row the tktdrink drink habit and the hamllu
tion 2 it tfrequmUy qutntly ucn ucnsad uy caused his family
sad 114 Q ineiMiit f ineiMii tiendelr I I
trailF1hee trail t lrtrail Mr L FTse Frhoee wa wat at a glove 1wr maker mak r by I
aDd lived mt t MI Thlrtynm
t tree w t late H wan w I 8 rixtythree stytllree111 years of
an On Monday night DJ t be was arrost
f1 Lirvdrunkenne for drunkenness runkn and nd w was booked
I tinder r the name of D De Frleao Tuesday J
S rmL he was as released atd but the thefouiH snag
I Nit Wr Wrt1 trate t1ad adrraon ad dmooh tabed hits that be ahuld ahuldK
I lot t1 fouiH found acain un4
under r the Infl InflwTS Inftee
If liquor bquorPIS
Special 8 dal t to The Theo Herald HeraldMnRtoB 1 11IIIJtnKtoD
1IIIJtnKtoD MnRtoB nay l4Reprosenta l4Reprosentaw 1ae
tIi n w e Ucy la Py today laid before f the thowntte louse
felnmittft wntte Oft pUblic lands 9iM his b bill for forn
eeing ioe n vacant public land of the went wentrasiBf
for <
rasiBf purposes pur He submitted it itta
10 the ta t comniitt COIDIaIttee with Itla a vHNr to acer ascern ascernf
tainioe 111010 ° n nf the th
sentiment of the cemmit eMDDdtIf
ke J ff refrding rdiag Ib n provtoioaa PICW There Thtrepresrions TIIereIf
If r presrions of approval of the
aI bt w as > s an entirety
Mr Lay La MM he had received many manyof
letters alt 11i tfrW of udorwmea ndo ndow dlDC di the
from sectloas01
thr hor various arlou t Of the weet w net nethik
hik i the law w 0GJ4 we operailft but butsill
III tiM committee CQlbmltt w mlttt believes the Lacey Laceythan Laoeymtni
than IOInf fa l nearer cr being be a perhet rfeet 1i WMenti
anr ve ft broUCbt forward the p fea feastony
enti Dthnent mtni stgnis to b be
against any anyunnecessary anyft
JUI JUIitIJ stony itIJ 1 lats
ft t latlD ton as u ground bat thattall
II un
unnecessary unnecessaryr1 rr
aT r1 a h hall been n set for the t h final con conSeveral cooof
I is i4fratlon nt an leasing bills when It
to etpected tN the commlth e will decide de < 1de
Riort Qrt either the Lat La
ev bill or act
adversely upon aU peatiaur nchnt leasing leasingroota5t
ftJlftlllttf roota5t roota5tto to Several ral members mbera of the theu theth thestated
stated that the
a Lacey bill
x21Ui4 x21Ui4b x21Ui4discriminated PPVi r1f atly 4ietrtm discriminated i na ted agatnet t large largenab
nab lia b u but th the autbor of the Mil ex exWHL enheat
hnJr heat tt under Il its proY181ona large
ber 314 be nab ah < ild ivlded aDd MclJoDa sectWnsa MclJoDacre
l WHL nd a care f mall holdftt who ho
Ar h hlcr
acres lcr ear 1 r quire up to J 00 00trastng
I or s t I1aIIna Iran lands UDder Neale
TnonAnjr nsgbt he WM again intoxi intoxicato4 hatoxt hatoxtlie tntoxcat
cato4 cat and od he spent t tile night in JaIL JalLfit JaIL1nak jaiLBk
fit s awret s BOt p in yood Bptrits when hreak breahfatrtt hreakf 1nakIIIIft
fatrtt f t was a sjervod vsa and ate a hearty meaL meaLAbout mesLAI
About 2131 11 oclock when Jailer Snyder Snydernt 8QderWdt Snyderwea
Wdt nt to can him for appearance appearaDCet beZttte be bete ¬
Zttte te t thief tne lasTttce be found the 1MBe nan nanHe manHe
He had knotted two twotogether twoWt twohehak
hehak Wt together fastening one onete oneto
te i a BOOS about his nock and aaclowe stand
fttr a out sat overturned owe t 6cd pall bad tied tiedth
Off th otfcor 84 d to the top of the cell cellBo cellBe
thief kicked the pau from underlis under underMfont ua4erwl7
lis Mfont tout and slowly wl7 strangled qlect to death deatha deathtiro tIa
a had two son In Ogden a son IIODUlMer
E daughter UlMer ta Salt Lake another aDOtbertar another1er
IXte tar at Preaton Pre tots Ida a son II ta taMka IIIaaotbel hasad
Mka and another in Seattle All Allhn All1SMf
hn 1SMf > m been notified No inquest will wtUECS1AND be beE beEfGLAND
tendon tole May y R HI IB consequence eoeaq of tAe tbethe
d Iatormatlm tIobu rep the acK ac acr
K AbaIean 11 ar flr daWly c r engl englh eqttie angiarea
Eof ° 1
area tie tc tcI tct tctto
I to h Africa Africadeclared Immedlf Immedlfdeclared = tery 17
declared the cetoninl nee neecMmbsda sec secor
cMmbsda cMmbsdaet commbtdoonn rIaIa a aof a
or a cowmlBBloB OII of taut cocperts cocpertsj s
adlpfnltlsltg l 11 j tenths testt etc to traverse traversetta traverse traverseenttr tra tratry
II enttr tta M country try and report unmedi unmediupon bIuDedII
I upon the reautrenwnts of Sooth Southttatdlt SoothooMr outla1M
ooMr the en new De w conditions and the thefor tIMtOl
for British 11W trad tNde Tbe conunie COIDJIIIeKay
1 snfl May 7 II III IIs is isPaeiras L LBonoas
Bonoas s Scare Svoeidea SvoeideaPOBca sDmca Sabaidesopen
POBca open ca Nab May M KTb The fear enterthat enter enterned enterUaat
ned that there would 0 be an eruption eruptionMount eruptloaKomat eruptionMount
Mount Ion ions located ted near this town townVfcvuse to toof townNcsnae
Vfcvuse of f the renewed Eed issuing of f ob obnaxlous ohquieted
thenrdeneweei nrdeneweei nrdeneweeihas
naxlous gases ogasse ogassef and smoke has quieted quietedna qulMesA1qb quietedheard
dlhea na > Although tbe pMS continue COD to toK toaJIIb totbo
K no sounds have ba been beene heard heardThe beardTIM hearddlhea
= The e real cause sauteof causeMHs awNMI1II
of aba ice b the bills has never neveroften Dever11m neverblare
often known but is supposed to be caused causedby d dby
by an underlying 11 formation of limestone IIlDft1toDeMated limestonebawdng 11 nwtone nwtonebecoming
becoming heated by contact with moist moisture molstUTe moistRatan ¬
Bains ia Wyoming WyomingDenver Wyomingor WyomingIOon
Denver IOon Cote Mar U6peolal 14 14t Spec peon tadi hdicah tadicate ladicata
cate that todays rains have been n gen Keneast genOHrt pItI
OHrt east arteaalteg I from the Wyoming W Wto one oneto lineto
to aonthcin New Me Mexico co The great greatqhorta greatethortage t tof
qhorta ethortage e of water for Irrigation has hasbeen haalaMa hasbees
been regarded as serious and the th pros present Jftflent prosant ¬
ent rains are consequently very wet
1 V AGE 7ESS < S 5
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T I HB debating de tapmc paa of oCtile tf lie e Unlverrity Univer University Unlnr Unlnrat ¬
sity > of Utah and an < It Rte e University Universityof
of Hevaaa f wH et ott ootIn Is contest contactroyal contetrtroyal contestroyal
royal at the Theatre tonight The ora oratorical or ortDrldLl oratniicbl ¬
torical reprsasatatives af the tWo uni untversitlea universities uutveraltiea ¬
versities haw been ma ntaidng ttng extensive extensivepreparation tvepreparation extensivepreparation
preparation for the event and it will willbe winbe w1Ube
be one of unusual interest aa the win winning wlanlnr winning ¬
ning side will have v gained the victory victoryby victoryby victoryby
by winning two out ot three t debates debatesThe d ateLThe debatesThe
The members of the tHd8tatiDg debating team teamfrom teamtrom teamfrom
from the U of U are Win wmR7 Hay Bur Burgess Burgees Bargees ¬
gees Young and Lorenap Lo a Ktsgren Tai Of Oftflaee Ofthe Ofthese
the e Mr B Rn y k reoogiitzed r CP I as the tbechampion thechampion thechampion
champion orator oratorThe ortorThe oratorThe
The Nevada Ne debaters debatenare are J S Case CaseMtee CUeMiss CaseMien
Miss Gertrude Sheeny and G S SPalmer S SPalmer SPalmer
Palmer Mr Case is the Nevada cham champion champion hamplea ¬
pion debater debaterThe debaterThe debaterThe
The exercises exe at rtttheVbeatre the tb Theatre will willcommence wU1coaunence wincommence
commence tontt81 tonight at 831 oclock o sharp sharpBesides shupBe sherpBeeldes
Besides the debate a short 8ftertJlN mmical pro programme proAJIUDIDe programme ¬
gramme will be rendered and the thebuilding thebulldtng thebuilding
building will ring with Wit the t e merry class classyells cia ciayells classyells
yells of the students The subject > JecL to tobe tobe tobe
be debated deINLtedRe te teResolved InRevolved
Re Resolved That the whites of 1 the theorratnera tHenuthem thesouthern
southern states are JuotMed ed edevery m fn using uoingevery usingevery
every peaceable mean of mntetaintng mntetaintngfbeJr aaalatainlatheir utaln utalntbeIr
their supremacy over the tbeTIle mfefbes mfefbesThe ncgi s sThe
The judges for the ooeeato wilt be boJudge beTheodo beJudge
Judge Theodooius lu BotkJnFWec Botkiiu FWar Ii kec Hag Harris tIarrta Hagria ¬
ris and Captain John F Crltcatow CrltcatowGovernor CrItchloWGoverDOr EVItohIOWCovornor
Governor Wells will 9rosld ever the thecxerdsoe UtecxerdM theexerclea
cxerdsoe The Joh J Jo ui e nStrteger t itringer ger guar quarSWINDLED CluarSWINDLED guarSWINDLED
Kansas City Men Plead PI d Guilty Guiltyto
to the ChargeManyVictims Charge ChargeMany Many ManyVictfms ManyVicUms
Victims VictimsKansas Victfms VictfmsKansas VicUmslCDM
Kansas City Mo May i l14V 14 HV V D DSnyder DSnyder DSnyder
Snyder and P W Stewart pendent pendentand pCdentancl
and vice president of tho tMUnioft tMUnioftWJaoIe th r Union UnionWholesale UnionWholesale
Wholesale company core any D7 with handquar handquarters 1I hendquartare acIqurters
ters in Kansas Ita City pleaded guilty It lty m mthe fatile Inthe
the federal court hero be today to three threeindictments threeIDdlctmeDta threelndictmenb
indictments charging eIr3I tom tlktuwttk with makag mak making makiDe ¬
ing fraudulent trudu nee Oc of the mails Sea Sentnnoe SeawiD ZenLance
Lance will be passed next MXty Monday The Thefederal TheecJeral Thefederal
federal authorities who have been beenworking beenworking beenworking
working up the case ca against the men menfor mmtor menfor
for some time characterise the general generalscheme pneral8Cbeme generalscheme
scheme of the t company as one of the theMggests tbebIgeaU thebigseats
Mggests frauds t that has even been beenoperated beenoperated beenoperated
operated through the United States Statesmails StatMJDIJL Statesmalts
mails maltsThe mailsThe
The concern has been thoroughly thoroughlyaired t thoroughlyaired orougblyaired
aired in the dvtt courts where some me of ofthe ofthe I Itile
the victims Brought suit It The con concern concern ¬ I
cern was regularly incorporated and andthe andtlae andthe
the statement of orthe tbe secretary of state llta statethat te j
that the Urn bad a a oapttal stock of of58dM j I
I580M 58 save ve tfcama z4tas rlt sg > The firm Standealt nrmdealt firmdeaJt
dealt in boota and aefrortMed ttIIcl for per persons Per Per80M persons ¬
sons to take charge ofrbranoh 1JraHJa ages agesdes agencies apacIe8 ¬
des CorresnoMdonts Cn 111111 IS III1ItII WIre required to tobring tobrinl tobring
bring a letter of credit or draft for forMOO forht108
MOO or for 1 iw to cover the cost of ofbooks ofboob I Ibooks
books with Which t ha 8e o business The Theprospectivo TbePfOIIPeCtm Theprospective
prospective agent t wan was jtron IOROIed ced a sal snlnry alarr salary
nry on ooaotClon t that be avid sold a certain certainamount certalDaJD01Int certainamount
amount of haolrt Th T Ihe books > b proved to tobe tobe tobe
be worthless wo and utterly unsalable unsalableWhen 1III81bJeWbeJt unsalableWhen
When any o of those who bo wore caught caughtmade eauptma4e ataghtmade
made trouble they VAN WIIt sued for or dam damages 4 4aps damages ¬
ages agesSuch agesSuch
apsSUth Such a strife tap broogat t by Stewart Stewartand StewartAQ Stewartaid
and Is I now pending in the 8IeteGeraI federal court courtagainst courtagainst
against W 6 CorWny who canoed causedStewarts canoedStewarts ca1MedStewarts I
Stewarts hast byllBi by 68 Metal o ofncers ofncersra ofticenhi mcera mceralb
ra Denver Snyder was arrested inChicago in inChicago illCIdcap
Chicago a month ago agoNEWS asoo asoHEWS agoNEWS
Mans View of Antiln Antilnjttnction Antimjlaactiou Antiinjunction
junction Bi1LSpecial BIlL BflLSpecial BIlL8peda1
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Henlclw HeraldWashingta
Washington w May M lLDe She secretary of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Interior today atflnnod aln the decision decisionof
of the BBnunl gawpellaad land otBes holding for forWhite foreIIu foraSAsPatfon
eIIu lbnrlaatctnd AI entry of lfred lfredWhite rei reiW1dte
White of the Lewiston tlda ldL land dis district diatriet distrlct
trict said aqtgvlelrgIn ntryaetng w te I ooa0 conflict et with the theaDds thelands
hinds reserved for the Acct 3e Pen Indians IndiansMtas 1Dd1alUlX Indiansbobs
bobs Theresa TIa OFarnll stcnagrapber stcnagrapberfor pbel pbelrOl
for Senator tor Heltfeld received ftd word wordday to today to today ¬
day of th the death of bar steUr Miss R Rgtna B6 B6OhrnII Reagins
gins OParreB 0Pa rreli at Be1 BeIIIe Ma Mia i OFar OFarratt Olarnil orarrell
nil will be unable to toattend attend the funeral fun funeralSenator aL aLnator
Senator nator RawlfcM Ra today t received reeelY ed a com comannncatlOB commcatioa comasadoa
dodatoea dodatoeaed
asadoa annncatlOB f front dlvtaiVn dI IK JJlOnhr Order of ofRailway ofRaUway ofRailway
Railway Conductors of Salt Lake ethic advising advhthat ethicLag ¬
Lag that the organisation wishes CTtab CTtabsenators Ltahmasters tab tabton
senators ton to vets ojntem the substitute substitutereported subtitutereported b dtQt dtQtfelM
reported felM rtIed by fee seiat cosaaslttee on Ju JIdietary Jul Juantntrced
dietary and antntrced antntrcedd d for the theby byoriginal original anUboJunc anUboJunction ¬
tion bill l introduced by Senator Hoar HoarThe ar arThe
The objectional ob A tloaai eal huwfage d dSenator of the eubetiis substi substitut eublltitute I
tut tute is to the effect that t injunctions I J Sba shall shallnot IbaUDOt hailnet
not be issued I unto onlaek the a po pvrpoee or oreffect orefffCt oreffect
effect of the t be conspiracy ey shall be bepto to ere create CIfte ereate ¬
ate te intimidation by a show ow of physical physicalforce physicalforce 1 1force
force or that thecanbtnatlon tion has for itspurpose its itspurpose ItaJlUrpoM
purpose purposeojury injury tJaeEition to the property b or but business buttI beatless ¬
ness purposet tI of o t the oontplafBaBt 00apIa lamatt Hid or a Is likely for y ypee to toresult to1lt
pee result tit in such injury injuryThi injuryThill jury juryThis
Thi This it is 1 s stated It enacted into a law lawwould lawwould lawwould
would afford no resist but t would give givethe ctvered givethe
the federal red ta1 Juoirw Jud w newfcround pounds geou ds upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which to base ftifsjnotts teJuncUons lWnac t1ODS ona mak tnakhag making naakrrkmn ¬
hag wrrkmen worse off than today Ctab Utahof CtablIatott Ctabsenators
senators are Ii uraed to secure the passage passageof ile ileof
of the original bin Diii or rIDAHO nothing anotiaingIDAHO nothingIDAHO
Branch Institation May y be Located in iaSpecial intile
tile 0 1 Panhandle PanhandleSpecial a aHlaS
Special S to The Herald HeraldWashington Heraldash HeraldWashington
Washington ash ton May 14 148eoator Senator Turner Turnerand Tu Turnerand r rand
and Repr Representative ntaHve tad Ctnhman today by byrequest b bnqUHt byrequest
request introduced bills authorizing the theboard tbeIIoanI theboard
board cT ovals of the home for din disabled d dabled dinshied ¬
abled volunteer asidt ssldsm to locate t the thebranch thebnncb thebranch
branch home h mr at Coewr ffAfeae City C1t Jw Jwon idson d don
on the old Fort Sherman military recer recervation reservation r rTatlon
vation coumrUtog hut MP acres aCrn It Itpeluted te teMinted Ispointed
Minted oat o t that there M no national nationalhome nationAlIItome
home in tbef tb t northwest ua aa tehNweat sad 114 that state statehomes statelMmaee statehomes
homes are are nbt afiflciontljr I1 st1 targe to a acomroodatp alOmmodlilfp acommod >
comroodatp commod alt of tne worthy r et > terans m mlaaho IDIAIabo inIdaho
Idaho and to the neighboring MP MPc states
c i
tetta tettewUl will furntehcanuek fur u Icfor for the ooca oocaston oocalion oocaalon
lion c cThis I IThis
lionThIS This wi wilts be t olio jWrfl Aiwethsuni Aiwethsuniversities tirlte theuni theuniveratties unl unlrBltles ¬
versities rBltles of the tjeC twoptetae two havemat ha harp met in inoratorical Inora Inoratedcal
oratorical ora rJc 1 conteafcrW eoDteIt j4 Ihs tasofferlser tasofferlsercontest WUf lernwr lernwrcontests 4irJRer 4irJRerecmte
contests ta each sMovJawJ alderJtnAemit wait 4peNt Apahltmaking 4peNtIDItkIng point pointmaking
making the hononr h s > aw g SThlffWlUb SThlffWlUbthe liking > WIUti ydU be bethe
the decisivevent4aaA < titajreaaa titajreaaamuch tai raago raagomuch qoIt qoItmlch I
much enthusiasm ia jmdMtaterest a 1 ItQrst Is being beingnMUilfested belJUJllUU beingmanifested
manifested JllUU tedJa te It it J y f
fRtSlf1ifliliUf PRLSB4 PRLSB4FifteenDa r 1JV SfiS ir irPRLSB4 r N NFifteem
Fifteen FifteenDa Days ays s Meetmg Meet Opens iHNew iR New York THis Mopiing Mornhg MoGninElec MoGninElect Elec Elecwtonof le lef
wtonof f t Uon of f a Member M mb r of the th Faculty of McCormick McCormlcki McCormickSeminary
i t Seminary May Force An Issue
Ninv MEW ji fBW YORK May MJTho general generalI genertI t1 t1u
I I N nosembly u of the Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch p Prebyteria Prebyteriachurch I
church will be begun at t the filth uaAveue Fifth FifthAvenue filthAvenue
Avenue Presbyterian church cb thin tlIi7 fltty itytomorrow flttytomorrow 1
tomorrow The session e lon will oontlnneduring oontlnne ooatdilueduring a adarine
during fifteen days The Thetere greatest > In Interest lhtereet ¬
terest t in this assembly enten ententhe centers about aboutthe abetthe
the report to be made mad by the Uaeon csmnltio csmnltioon conuv tNa tNaon
on the revision reTI of the eonfesojt eG feilGiit of Kfaith offaith etfaith
faith faithThis faithThia
ThIa report Is to be the final aImde one oaamade onemade
made by the committee aadwkfieiit aadwkfieiitmany aadwllllwJmany nod whdgIn whdgInmany
many quarters revision fe rega regIIJt d ed1 ed1ece a anecessary a anecessary
necessary there is also a aIDe strojte titl titling 4Ilug ¬
lug against action on the 8UhJjet2t 8IW t 1t H Hhoped telhoped Ithoped
hoped by the advocates of ofthe ret reyii reyiithe tan
the election of a new member of t
faculty of the McCormlck Tnaologieat Tnaologieatsemlnery Theo Theoaeminery J nlio nlioHlDlDetT
semlnery of Chicago will force 43 Ia Iasue Ja Jasue i isne
sue even if the er8R8rt report o Gt the et onMBMt onMBMttee
tee t does not The TbeCDdlMte TbeCDdlMtepost candidate fcr 4fefe 4fefepost 4bMpost
post is Rev Dr James S Riggs of 1 1Auburn ike ikeAuburn
Auburn seminary He was cheson dIoeeathe tty ttythe yythe
the faculty of McCormick seminary rent snry J7 to tofill toAll tofill
fill the chair of New Testament Teeweutad excise exciseand exlgteeand
and literature by a bare majority the thecause thecause
cause of opposition being the candi candidates eaadldaWs caudidaies ¬ I
dates alleged advocacy of the belief beliefthat belieftt beliefthat
that Adam and Eve and a number of ofMORE ofMORE
Increased Appropriations Made MadeFor M MadeFor de 1
For Several Government GovernmentBuildings GovernmentBuildings GovernmentBuildings
Buildings BuildingsSpecial BuildingsSpecIal BuildingsSal
Special to The rail HerahkWashington railWublncton HeraldWashington
Washington May 14 14TJte The senate te temittee com committee cosamittee ¬
mittee on public building dIn and grounds groundsbaa grenadehas I
baa completed amendments ameb to tbe homes homesomnibus nouaiomnibus I Iomnibua
omnibus public building bill and m mport wflTre wflTreport is isport
port the amended bill to the senate it tomorrow to toChanges i
morrow morrowChanges
Changes in appropriations ttic for wetttecn wetttecnbuildings western j
buildings are a as follows 1en 1enlimit Denver mint mintlimit i
limit of appropriation IBMjMfc i iincrease tr It anIncrease
increase over the tb house bin of I
Butte Mont cost limit ttMttBtoer ttMttBtoerover WI laer lmereasa lmereasaover I IoyrthehouRblU
over oyrthehouRblU the house bill rsQQ Ogden Utah UIaIaI to sh shlltlesOA
11306008 SOO increase in ase over the house Mil Milooo 15 15he 75
ooo 000The te teThe
The he bill contains an item tt for one new newbuilding newbuilding
building in the west e not provklifl orotd for e in intbe 1athe inthe i
the house MU This building bull ng u h It > be at atI afIaramle atlaramle
armmie I Wyo W yo and Is to cot < lOJ0 lOJ0The ens ensThe
The senate bID bill also > carries these the tMtj items itemsEvanrton ttrEvanltoD fsaeEvanston
Evanston Wyo 1P o T16toeo Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprings
Springs lUSftW 31Rge LeadviDe adYIne IK ed9tt 8t a all of ofwhich orwbleb ofwhich I
which which are identical with Items In the thebouse t tbou thehouse
house bou bill billA billA
A favorable report was u made today by bythe bJthe bythe I
the house e public land committee lCQUltlt upon a abin abill
bin to validate vall ate the land seleeUon BIe BIeby tkaie tkaieby 1
I by the state of Wyoming Several Severaltain raI yearn yearnago
ago co ttt Mat of Wyoming ceiceteb ft certain ftwn I
tain lands in Inn of school hoel sections F Fabandoned In an anabandoned anabandoned
abandoned reservation Aubsegijea Subsequently 9u O the theinterior theinterior II
interior department ruled these t1le8etnUtl selections selectioninvalid selectionsinvalid
invalid and the tb present bill to to make taskvalid 1 1valid
valid lid AQh u < h part of these selections ael rti it5 as ashave asun ashave
have been leased by the Mate Mateo static j jBeeeption
o set setReeeptioa c
Beeeption For Porn Mrs Nqlden NqldenSpecial N den denSpecial en enSpedal I
Special to TIle TismU a TismULos seid seidLos I
Los Angeles etI May 14 aXI Mrs H EWallis JG JGWallis I IWallta
Wallis gave a delightful del1 < httul reception this thisafternoon lidsafternoon addsafternoon
afternoon tor Mr Mrs William A Nolden Noldenof
of Salt Lake City Cit recently receAll e1gGtgd el ddirector ctoa a adirector a adirector
director of the General FedcrattMi p pWomtDs Federa tha af afWomens sdWomens
Womens Clubs The hostesswas bOll asx asxsisted Ihslsted as asstated
stated in entertaining and reeerriag reeetYI by byher byher
her ht > r daughter Mrs L A Gould Gouldthe Among Axnongthe Amongthe
the outofown guests Invited were wereMrs e eMrs
Mrs Coulter of Ogden Mrs ra Vincent Vincentand Vtnce11tand
and Mrs Mathews of Salt Lake VIDeI CitS CitSMrs CiMrs CU CUMrs
Mrs J R Bnrdett of Pasadena and andMrs aa4JIrs arilMrs
Mrs Hayes of Idaho IdahoDick Idahoe IdahoDick I If
f e I I
Dick Is RenominatedWarren Benominated BenominatedWarren RenominatWarm
Warren > 0 May 14Dick 14 Gei GeiDick
Dick was nominated forthe for forthe torthe
the Nin Niapt Nineteenth eenth nth dialtrl district t teonveauioa 3 3oovenuon
oovenuon CQ8tell IDa today by aej 1
other Old Testament characters e1Iaraeter5e e1Iaraeter5eallegorIea1 wore wereallegorical woreallegorical
allegorical that there are errors in inthe 1Btile Inthe
the Bible and that the evolutionary evolutionarytheory e9OIutloaarytheory evolutionarytheory
theory of creation ereaU is the correct one oneIt ODeIt oneIt
It is predicted that there win wiDil be a acontest acontest
contest il nte on die election of Dr Riggs Riggsand RI RIand Riggsand
and that much that will be pertinent to tothe totU tothe
the subject of creed revision will be beexpressed heexpre beexpreeaed
expressed Md in this discussion discussionThe dllleuonrIlereport discussionThe
The rIlereport report of the the e committee on re revbnon re reYIIIIon revMion
vbnon te the outcome of a discussion discussionthat di cUMioDtlaat discussionthat
that began before the Briggs trial trialThe trialThe trialThe
The chairman of the committee is Rev RevBr Rev1r RevDr
Br Henry C Whiten of the San Fran FrancJsco FrancIIIeo Frandeco
cJsco Theological seminary seminaryAt
At the anniversary anuhrer ary meeting of the thet tAeJIome thetome
JIome t > tome missionary board which is to be beheld bheld beheld
held next Tuesday evening in Carnegie Carnegiebail Ca Ca1aaI1 Carnegiebsll
bail President Roosevelt is expected to tobe tobepreaut tobe
be bepreaut present and to make an address addressSpringfield addressSpdnrfield s sSIxinsWd
Springfield Mo May 14Tbe 14 The sev seventysecond BeVeat7lIeCOftd neveatySecond ¬
entysecond general assembly emb y of the theCumberland theCamberlaDCI theCunsberland
Cumberland Presbyterian church will willopen wl1om willopen
open in this city tomorrow morning morningAmong morningthe morningAmong
Among the subjects to be considered consideredwill roD81dered1IF consideredwill
will be the immediate planting of a achurch acJIreh achurch
church in Saa Francisco co and such a re revision reo reoYIaIon revision ¬
vision of the confession of faith as will willeliminate willeJJmluate willejiminate
eliminate from the church the practice practiceof practiceotlmmenlon
immersion of as a mode of baptism baptismTO baptismTO baptismTO
Plot to Damage Union Pacific OilPropertyFrustrated Oil OilProperty OilProperty
Property PropertyFrustrated Frustrated by the theWatchman tbeWatohman theWatchman
Watchman WatchmanSpecial WatohmanSpedal WatchmanSpecial
Special to The Herald Hera1tJEvaJUlton AeraldEvanston
Evanston Wyo May 14 HAbout Ahoyt fi 6oclock Iiocl
oclock ocl c1t < this tbJ morning IDOfOlnr th e ewell watchman at atthe atthe
the Union Pacific oil oi well w lI at Spring Val Valley Valicy al alley ¬
ley returned to the well after an a abance ab absence abce ¬
sence ce of thirty U minutes and found the theboxing tb tbng thehoning
boxing ng and cap pried from the top of the thewell thewen thewell
well and petroleum e um Mattered over the thepremises theprelllill8 thepremises
premises Kindling wood saturated with withcoal withcoal lth lthcoal
coal oft was found close at hand and andeverything andID anding
everything ID Indicated a plot to fire fir the thewell tbewell thewelL
well wellMany wellKany welLMany
Many theories are > advanced ae to the themotive tbtmotlft themotive >
motive A year ago ao last March the Tnion TnionPacific TnionPatinc tnionPacific
Pacific commenced drilling for water at attills attbJ atthin
tills point it being on one of their th r se selected se selected Sfleded ¬
lected sections but they t had not yet yettaken 1ettalE yettaken
taken talE n out a patent pat Jt on the same aameWhen sameWhen AllieWIlen
When at a depth of 7W feet oil of excel excellent es excellent l llteat ¬
lent quality was struck Before > the compary com compary compary
pary could take out a patent Frank foot footof F Footof ot otof
of this city It < filed on this thissection section under a amining aIl amining
mining Il nlng patent and turned the property propertyover propertyoyer propertyover
over to the th American Consolidated Oil 011company Oilcompany onCQmpan
company An 0 injunction against further furtherdevelopment furth furtherdevebpseent r rcIe
development cIe nt by Union Pacific w was s ob obtained obtaiMtII obtained ¬
tained This case is now pending in the thesupreme thesapn thesuprma
supreme court ceurtThe courtThe urt urtThe
The Investigation Inv tfatlon of last nights work workhas workh workbaa
has h begun D The premises p mIlPI are being beingguarded beingpanted befogguarded
guarded by annei anrt > 1 watchmen watchmenAPPROVES watcbmeno watcbmenAPPROVES watchmenAPPROVES
Washington May Ka 14 UGeneral General Greeley Greeleystated Grefletate Greeleystated
stated < that the board of signal officers officershas officersball officersbee
has recommended re that the installation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wireless Ir lol telegraph stations between betweenXom ten
None and St Michel tc awarded to toare toQueen totea
Queen tea A Co of Philadelphia the lowest lofStho lowestwho
who ho are to put in in the Fassenden Fassendensystem Fas Faseendensystem ean eantem
system tem with which J cb the weather bureau u toexperimenting uexperimenting
experimenting es ntill5 He also Jso has decided d ded to toesubUsb
I establish between Fort Gibbon and the thtconis tb
Tanana river near Bates t rapids Mar Marcents
= sna ati8iii i8iii i8iiirTan
cents system provldrl provi M < 1c < that at satisfactory satisfactoryarrangements
arrang rTan arrangements niiitj can be 1 e made madeTo ladfTo < ado adoTo
To Build d BarracksSpecial Barracks BarracksfSpecial BarracksSptClal
Special to The Herald HeraMWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington May I y 14 UcaDUtn 14Ca Captain Thomas ThomasSwob Tbo1lUUlSwobP ThomasSwobe
Swob quartermaster t United d States Statesay States9t
9t ay y has been n ordered to Sheridan Sheridano SheridanT
T o to take charge farl of the th construction coustrurtirno
o the J new barrack b rru to be bunt at < Fort FortMcKenaie Fort3IkKea FortMtKensie
McKenaie 3IkKea e
J c
QuifeSummarily Qui s s sUlmmarilYJ Asserting Action Was Necessary Necessaryto NecessarytoMaintain
to toMaintain Maintain His Selfrespect SelfrespectMight Selfr speot speotMfght
Might Have HaveWon Won bj Appealing to to Oroker But He Would Not Deign Deignto
to Do h SoReftfesVoteef 5oRefaees So Refifses Voteef ConfldwiCB CO Mce
fHW BW YORK May 14 14LeWIs Lewis Nixon Nixonleader NlxODI NixonFeder
N leader Feder of Tanunany hall tor o nearly nearlystx Deulysix nearlyght
six months resigned that positiontoday position positiontoday positiontodJIr
today at a meeting of oft the district lead leadera leadea deriI
era eriI 1 rcI1D h > W in Tammany hall While the theresignation thelt theresignation
resignation lt was not entirely unexpect unexpected ¬
ed It was not thought that Mr Nixon Nixonwool NixonWOIIJ4 Nixonwould
wool take neb positive action until a alater alater alater
later cl date te first waiting the action of otthe oftile ofthe
the Unders J to see if they would give givehim givetlm giverim
him a vote of confidence confidenceInstead conft confidenceInstead ence enceIn
Instead In of this he refused to allow any anyvote anyvote anyvote
vote of t confidence end went so far as asto uto asto
to say 1 that he oral no looser l er retainhis retain retainhis retainhis
his selfrespect self re peet if he remained reml ed as asleader asJfad asleader
leader leaderThe Jfad leaderThe
The meeting of the district leaders leaderswas leadersa leaderswas
was a calledat c calks at the instance In taI1ce of Mr Nixonwho Nixon Nixonvho Nixonvho
vho on Tuesday sight sent telegraphic tele telegraphic telegraphic ¬
graphic messages to all of the thirtyseven thirty thirtyseven thirtyseven
seven This action followed a deadlock deadlockat
at the meeting mee of the sachems chelDa of Tam Tammany Tammany Tammany ¬
many Hall society Monday when Wh D Mr MrNixons MrNxon MrNixons
Nxon Nixons intention of retaining Thomas ThomasL Tbomasl I
L Peltner as grand sachem was frus frustrated frustrated frustrated ¬
trated by a tie tiehere there being bel six of the thesachems thesachenu thesachems
sachems of the thirteen for and six sixagainst sixagalJUlt sixagainst
against the retention George C Clausen Clau Clauetn Cl u utitD I
etn being absent abenLThe absentThe an anThe I
The action at that time caused a gen general genera ¬ I
eral era discussion f of the possibilities of ofMr ofJ ofMr
Mr won on teeing 10 control ot the organ organisation organtatlon organization ¬ i
isation and the th combination headed by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John F Carroll ousting him Mr MrI MrNixon r rfxon
I Nixon fxon in an interview on Tuesday Tuesdayaid Tue Tuesdaysad day dayw
w aid that if he e could not have ye the confi oenSdeace confidence ceddeace ¬
deace of the leaders he would get out outAnnounces outAnnounoes outAnnounoeu
Announces He Will Quit QuitWhen QuitWhen QuitWhen
When Mr Nixon D arrived at Tam Tainmany Tammany Tammany
many halt today all thirtyseven lead leaders leaders leadera ¬
ers were present pre ent As soon as the meet meeting JDfttIng meeting ¬
ing was called ed te order Mr NIx Ktaoenarose nalOlle Wizenarose
arose and < said 1iIGentlemen saidGentlemen ai aiGentlemen
Gentlemen I have decided to re resign r rs1gn resign ¬
sign a as leader of Tammany hall Tills TJiteresignation TillsralpatJoa Thisreasgeatioa
resignation te absolute and positive positiveand pO positiveand tjv tjvand
and not I tobe to be withdrawn wlUac1r I feel that I Icannot ICUBGt Icannot
cannot retain my selfrespect aeltre peet and still stillremain stillrvntsin
remain 1 the leader of Tammany haiL hallMy haiLM7 haiLMy
My decision 4 is unalterable unalterableThere 1ID8Jter 1ID8JterTJaere unalterableThere
There was a8 a moments silence slle ce when
MriNiaton Mr Nixon had finished jni he4 Then Michael MichaelC
C Murphy made a very complimentary complimentaryspeech complimentaryIn complimentaryspeech
speech in praise of Mr Nixon ixon lie did didnot didnot
not say however that be wished him himto himto 1 J
to remain as leader He said that MrNixon Mr MrNixon M f fNixon
Nixon had done splendid sDl ndld work as a < the theleader theleader theleader
leader and had Ui tiN t O confidence of all allthe allthe
the leaders leadersMr lead rs rsMr r
Mr MrNixon Nixon jumped > d to his feet as soon soonac soonall soonas
ac Colonel Murphy had finished and andsaid t taid c csaid
said saidI
I do not desire any vote of confi confidence contidence confiBence ¬
dence whatever whateverHe whatt > ver
He immediately Ift f tt the room fol followed tollowed ¬ j
lowed by an outburst of handclapping handelapr ing
Once outside the meeting room Mr MrNixon r j
Nixon would only say to the newspaper newspapermen
men I am out as loader of Tammany
hall Shipbuilding is my business bus nef I Iam Iam Iam
am out of politics polit rs and am glad of it itI itI itI
I will devote my time to my business bu < ines8 of ofshipbuilding ofalipbullding
shipbuilding and will talk of that by L Lthe c
the hour but I will not talk about polltcs poll polltcs tl <
tcs hereafter The cause of my resig resignation resignation ¬ t
nation is plain T Could have won out outand outand jW jWand
and elected Mr Feitner grand sachem sachembut sachembut
but I would not appeal to Mr 11 Crokar CrokarSo COL CrokerNo r
No Leader at Present PresentFollowing ft r rFollowing
Following the departure of Mr MrNixon MrNixon
Nixon several leaders remained for forsome forscme forsome I
some time in groups chatting a a1Out tout toutthe ti tithe j
the resignation re and the possible devel developments developments ¬ i
opments It was wa announced that a ameeting ameeting ameeting f
meeting of the executive committee of ofdistrict ofdistrict 1 1district
district leaders will be held Thursday Thursdayat I < a aat
at which time Mr Nixon action will willbe willbe t tt
be acted upon There were numerous numerousrumors numt numerousrumors > rous rousrcmortl t < r °
rumors about the hall regarding the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future ot th the 0 0most <
policy organization The Themost Themost
most persistent one and one that was wasexpressed wasexpressed wasexpressed
expressed by several leaders was as that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there would be no actual leader o of ofTammany otTammany t tTammany rS
Tammany ball for some time to come comeThis comeTJds comeTMs
This was coupled with a rumor thatthe that thatthe thatt1Ie
the finance committee would be abolIshed abol abolished abolI8hed ¬
ished as well as the chairmanship of ofthis ottIdII ofthis
this committee The chairman who is isnow isBOW Isnow
now Lewis Nixon as was Richard RichardCrokor RichardCroker w wCroker
Croker has always been the leader leaderof leaderof leaderof
of Tammany hall and as such had the thehandling th thbDdUag thehandling
handling of the funds of the organiza organization orpBIsat10R organization ¬
tion in the campaign PIP
1 i i c AttQItEFBV1 I MJf C UB rkk
Now York Y 1Ic May 14 1eWhIteIaw Whttefctw Reid Reidw ReIcIVIM Reidworn
w VIM the guest of boaor bonerat at t a farewell
banquet given ft t rne the Union League Leaguectab Leagueclub
club tonight in anticipation of hto ap ¬
proaching departure for London as as9edal asspecial
special ambassador of the United
States Stiff I at the earoncOon of Kink Kd Kdward Jd JdWard Vdward
ward yIL yILThe Vn Vni VIIThe
i The banquet was attended ed by aboutIN about about1M abOutI
1M I gentlemen including many prominent promi prominent prominent ¬
nent figure in politic finance ace and andjournalism andJouraaJJsm andjournalism
journalism from all sections of the thecountry thecou thecouptryy
country cou try A full ength o 011 oI painting of ofAmbassador ofAmbu ofAmbassador
Ambassador a80r Reid draped with the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American and British h colors overhung
the seat of the guest of the evening
Flowers and shaded lights served as asdecorations asdeeoratJoaa asdecorations
decorations for the table Selections Selectionsor
or patriotic airs were rendered ed during duringthe duringthe
the dinner by an orchestra orchestraAmong wehestrathe orchestraAmong
Among the invited guests were sirPercy Sir SirPercy I IPercy
Percy Sanderson the British consul consulgeneral coD811lPDeNI consulgeneral
general and Cornelius N Bliss B who whosat i isat i isat
sat respectively re at the right and left leftof i
of Mr Reid Senator Depew Henry HenryC I
C Payne John J K OriggB GrI < s N N Stra j i inabaa
nahan President Nicholas Murray MurrayButler MurrayButler MurrayButler
Butler of Columbia CoIm university John A AMcCall AMcCan AMccl
McCall Charles Ch lea Emory Smith Clark ClarkHowell ClarkHowen ClarkHowell
Howell of the Atlanta Constitution ConstitutionMelville ConstitutionMelville ConstitutionMelville
Melville E Stone Frank B Noyes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chicago RecordHerald J Edward EdwardSimmons EdwardSlmmo EdwardSimmons
Simmons Slmmo Austin B Fletcher George GeorgeW
W Perkins Thomas C Rapier of the theNew theNew theNew
New Orleans Picayune Albert J Barr Barrof Barror Barrof
of the Pittsburg Plttsbu Post Harvey W WScottof WScott WScott
Scottof Scott of the Portland Oregonian Her Herman HerI Herman ¬
man Ridder Rid er of the New York Staats StoatsZeltung StaatsZeitong StaatsItang
I Zeitong Itang Bradford Merrill of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York World Charles W Knapp of the theSt theSt theSt
St Louis Republic W L McLean of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Philadelphit Bulletin Charles W WGrasty WGrasty WGrasty
Grasty of the Baltimore Baltlm News andGeorge and andGeorge aDdf
George f rae Thompson of the St Paul Die Dispatch Diepatch ¬
patch patchAmong patcLAmonC patchAmong Dl81
Among the members of the club pres present presfOnt present ¬
ent were Eastman Johnson John A ASlelche AStlcbe
Slelche Henry Clews Cle John H Starin StaiinW StarinW Starinw t
W J Arkell F E Hyde John S Ken Kenn
n Anaon G McCook General Fran Franfis Jlranrig Francis
rig Greene Daniel F Appleton Col Colgate Colgate Colgate ¬
gate Hoyt tad D O Mills MillsCornelius JOllaComeII1I8 MillsCornelius
Cornelius N Bliss BU chairman read a aletter aletter aletter
letter from the secretary of the late lateArchbishop lateI lateArchbishop
I Archbishop Corrigan Corr expressing the thearchbishops thearchblabops thearchbishops
archbishops appreciation of Ambas Ja8sador Amb Ambassador s ssader
sador Reids ReJd public services and re regretting re regrettln regretting ¬
gretting that his present indisposition indispositionwould LncllsJlOldtlonwould Indisp sitton sittonwould
would prevent his attendance at the thedinner thedinner thedinner
dinner Mr Bliss said that this was wasprobably wuprrbAbt wasprobably
probably one of the late seletters e tter8 the thelamented thelameDted thelamented
lamented archbishop op had dictated dictated as asit uIt asit
it had been dictated within a few hours hoursof bounof hoursof
of his death deathDrink deathDrink j jBrink
Drink Banffs Health HealthMr HealthHI
Mr Bliss then offered oil the toasfThj toutTh toutThPresIdent to toPresident
President of the United States whvrt whvrtwas whtbwas who whowas
was drunk standing and with applause applauseHe I IHe
He then said raidThis saidThis MidTitle
l This is a sort of international and J I
ambassadorial affair I invite yon OU all i ito Ito ito i
to rise and drink the health of King KingEdward KingEdward
EdwardTiffs Edward EdwardTide EdwardTIdB
Tide was greeted with prolonged ap applause applaDee apkdattse ¬ II IIEdward
plauseMr plaDeeMJ plause kdattseMr
Mr Bliss offered a toast to Mr Reid Reidand Reidand Boldand
and there was 9 great applause Mr MrReid MrReid
Reid made an appropriate response responseSenator responseetItor responseSenator II
Senator Depew spoke to the toast toastThe toutThe toastThe
The Senate beginning DniDg with a tribute tributeto
to the guest of for evening eveningCharles enentgClarks
Charles Emory Smith responded to tothe tothe tothe
the toast American Ambassadors AmbassadorsPast AmbuBadonPa AmbassadorsPast I
Past t and Present PresentMr preeeetMr PresentMr
Mr Smiths address was an eloquent eloquenttribute eloquenttribute i
tribute to the worth of Mr Reid asjournalist as asjournalist asjournal
journalist journal 1lt statesman and public leader leadeAt leaderAt i iAt
At the conclusion of Mr Smiths ad address adCJIaII1DI1 addre
dre dress Chairman Wins O referred ftftCI to the j jpresence I Ipree Ipresence
presence pree ee of many distinguished 4J repre representatives repreI repreIsentatives ¬ l lsentatives
sentatives of the press and invited Invitedt j
I Melville E Stone to speak to the toast toastof t tof f fof I
of The Press and Clark Howell and andStephen andStppb i
Stephen Stppb J CTMeara of the Boston Jour Journal Journal ¬ i I
I Inal
nal followed fJln ed bri briefly brictlyMr brieflyMr < fly flyMr
Mr Howell in iii the course of hi his re remarks re reIIUUIuI remarks ¬
marks said I take particular part pteas pteasnse pIeu1I8e pleaauae
nse in recognising g Mr Reid as the most mostconspicuott JDO mostcorupicuoao t tco
of American AmericanXmmalhnn Americanjournalism
conspicuott co exponent I Iouna
journalism ouna lhnn today In honoring him himyoa himyou i iyou
you > > nonor 1MIDerthe the press p of the United UnitedSuites UnitedS UnitedState
Statelift Suites SuitesMr S tes tesIr i >
Mr OMear reviewed the th = opposition oppO i tiQD
to expansion e winch bad always a1wanKe a1wanKevaned pre prevailed prevailed ¬
vailed since the establishment of the therepublic thereP1lbUc therepublic
republic and said saidThe saidThe saidT <
The T he opposition O to expansion is > s not notgroundflc a aground f fgroundtlc
ground ic etoin sordlK cmfwyp vbgkqj vbgkqjas vb kaj kajas
as this thisHe i ig
He g e concluded with a brief reference referenceto i
to Mr Reids great services to the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryThomas countryThomas countryThomas
Thomas J Rapier of New Orleans Orleanssaid Orleal18II1d Orleanssaid
said he was gratified to be able to ex express ¬ l y ypress
press his concurrence in the remarks remarksof Ii Iior
of the other speakers on the excellence excellenceof eu llence a aor
of Mr Reids appointment appointmentScott t tScott ° 1
Scott Makes Xak a Speech SpeechHarvey SpeechHarvey SpeechHarvey
Harvey W Scott of Portland Ore Orereferred Orereferred Orereferred
referred to expansion and predicted predictedthat predictedthat 1
that t in the larger matter of expansion expansionbeyond xi xibeyond j jbeond
beyond the seas we would prove to tobe tobe tobe
be not inferior in power and ability to toother toothfr toother =
other nations and we will govern the thePhilippines thePhilippines f
Philippines with justice and liberty libertyAmerican libertyAmerican x xAmerican
American journalism has the th highest highestregard hl highestregard hest hestregard
regard for Mr Reid and we wish himgodspeed him himgodspeed J Jgodpeed
godspeed on his mission missionSir mls missionSir ton tonSir
Sir Percy rcy Sanderson the British con consul consui consul ¬
sul general said saidAmerica saidAmerica saidAmerica
America and England are getting gettingtogether gettingtogether gettingtogether
together in many ways Nothing Notl ng could couldhave rouldha couldhave
have ha vp been more touching < than the display dis display dhplay ¬
play of mourning in this country on onthe onthe onthe
the death d ath of the queen and reciprocal reciprocalmourning reciprocalmourning reciprocalmourning
mourning in England on the death of ofPresident ofPrfsldent ofPresident
President McKinley McKlnlE We W e are bound to together together together
gether in our joys and sorrows I wishMr wish wishMr wishMr
Mr Reid the same > pleasure in carrying carryingout
out his duties that we have felt in inhearing Inhearing inhearing
hearing of his appointment appointmentFormer appointmentFonner appointmentFormer
Former Attorney A ttome General Griggs was wasthe W88thE wasthe
the last speaker He said saidThe II81dThf saidThP
The > great mind moving debates are arenot arenot arenot
not now carried on as formerly in the thehalls thnhalls tbPhalls
halls of congress Cfn but In the gnat Jour Journals journaIl Journala ¬
naIl of the country It is they who whothrow whothrow j jthrQw
throw illumination on great questions questionsand
and point the th direction of the states statesmanship statesmanship tltesmansblp ¬
manship and judgment In this way no noone noone noone
one has done more service than White Whitelaw hJte hJteJaw i ilaw
law Reid Nothing could have been beenmore beenmore beenmore V
more fitting than his selection for this thismission thisml thismission
mission missionROBBED ml missionROBBED Ion IonROBBED
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Prove Goody QostIySan GoodySan O tlySa
San Francisco eo CaL May Ka 14Mrs 14MrsJulia 14KraJulia 14MrsJulia
Julia Klein who came here from St StLouis 8t1oUl8 StLouis
Louis several days ago has been beenrobbod beenrobbed Z Zrobbed V V
robbed of 6800 800 by a waiter named namedCharles namedCharles namedCharles
Charles Marco to whom she was en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged to be married Marco has disappeared dis disappeared c1J8appeared ¬
appeared appearedTbe appearedThe appearedThe
The money that was stolen repre reprorented represented pre prelented ¬
rented the savings of Mrs Klein who whofor whofor
for fourteen years ears had kept ke t a restau restaurant rettanrant
rant In St Louis Not many months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago Marco applied at her restaurant restaurantfor restaurant restaurantfor
for work and was given employment employmentAt
At the end of five weeks the proprie proprietress proprletr proprietress ¬
tress tr and waiter became engaged engagedMarco encacedMarco t tMarco
Marco came to this city and Mrs MrsKlein MrsKlein MrsKlein
Klein sold out her business and fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed him expecting soon to become becomehis beOOJDehis becomehis
his wife He went pnt to her room during duringher durtncher daringher
her absence ripped open the mattress mattressof
of her bed and took all of her money moneyHe moneyHe moneyHe
He was already wearing her gold goldwatch goldwatc goldwatch
watch and chain chainChances chainChanges
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from the th h oat outbid = j I it is understood und rtYd Hen 3enT HenT lienT
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chairmanship of the executive execut ye committee commit committee comrnittee ¬
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committee will be in Chicago Chica o and this his hiscommittee t tcommitteE
committee will have charge of the thecongressional beccn he hecongressional
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