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Sovereign Forgotten in Father When Prince of ofWales ofWales ofWales
Wales Pays HomageGlittering Homage HomageGlittering v vGlittering
Glittering Scenes of the Coronation Over England FnglandRejoices Rejoices MoreFor More MoreFor MoreFor
For King Recovered Than King K ng Crowned
ONDON O DO Aug 9 9Edward Edward VII RL R
I L I Joo L by the grace of God of the thernited I Irnlttd
L United Kingdom of Gceat Britain Britainnd Britainand
and nd Ireland and the British dominionsrlond dominions dominionstyon dominionsIund I
rlond tyon Iund < i the > s seas as king defender of the thefaith thefaJlh thefaith
faith emperor Em ror of orlndlu India was today todayl
ir l ne nfd without hitch or harm and andtnisht andt
tnisht t < night London in noisily celebrating lmlcbrating1M
1M ti event for I r which whichthe the world has hasCalled hastrall hasawaited
Called trall d as u perhaps it never awaited awaitedanr I Ian
anr an n1 othtr coronation coronationIn I
In I l all 11 respect rg bI the celebration was wasjnurwlvft wasJm wasiminfve
jnurwlvft Jm Iid and it w waa a carried out with withap withA
ap A prfption rfrition of detail and lack of aeel aeeldmt accl410nt acciA
dmt A nt that has tUt rarelycharacterized rHreJchQract rized situ Similar situS Im Imj ¬
S fur j iir di < t > plays lplaysThat playsThat playshat
That hat pride of 0 the th empire which whichjiiark whichJlkd whichmarked
jiiark marked d Queen Qu > pn Victorias Itorla jubilee was waslarking wa I Iadllng tlarking
larking and an < 1 in Its stead Ht ad there per pervaded pernd perraded ¬
vaded nd 411 all l t taste a keen een recollection recollectionthat
the that awls fly 01 Fix = lx we wetks PJtks ks ago their king lay layn J y yIn
In n dang4 danger > r of death and this today pro prodo produj prodi
do duj d thankfulness and genuine sym symfuthy 5011thr symrthy
futhy fir the tll man rather than adula adulation adulatl ¬
tion tl n for the tl1 king kingThis kingThiN kingThis
This feeling was voiced by bo the arch archNahor archNlhoP archMahop
Nahor ole if f Canterbury when he inserted insertedjn
jn one M of thecoronation thE coronation corona tlon prayers the therords the1tordl thecords I
cords for 01 whose hosf recovery reconr we now give givethe glvpth givethte
the th thte heartfelt thanks Yet this did didnot didnot
not prevent the public from voicing ap appreciation upf1iatlon appreration ¬ I
preciation of such military display as asthe asthe
the t short procession proce slon gave them a achance alhanre achance I
chance to see seeEarl seeEarl seeEarl
Earl Roberts Rob rt8 commanderinchlef of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the forces was once more lnO the hero of ofthe otthe ofthe
the hour and next to the king himself himselfreceived himsetrrtPi himselfreceived
received rtPi d the th heartiest welcome of the theassembled theasSmblcd theassembled I
assembled crowds crowdsHere lrondHpre crowdsHere
Here comes good old Bobs was inrariabiy In Invariably innrlabl ¬
variably the signal for all the reserve reservej reservepower reserveDpwer
j power > wer of British lungs to be brought broughtinto i I
into play ria Lord Roberts rode alone aloneand aloneand
and constantly bowed and andsmHed smiled ac acfcn acknewledgment I
wledgment fcn 1 < J1 > nt before his greetings greetings7x greetings7erd I
7x JAld > rd Kitchener was UfI not ro easily recog r cog Iraised I Inlz I11lzed
nlz raised d but he was seen as he hetode rode with withSir withIr withSir
Sir Ir Alfred Gaselec and Admiral Sir SirEdward SirEdard SirEdward
Edward Hobart Seymour St mour and was the thecrowds therowd thecrowds
crowds rowd next n xt favorite favoriteLord taorltLord favoriteLord
Lord Kitchener Cheered CheeredAt
At various points along the route of ofthe otthe ofthe
the procession PloEst lonLord Lord Kitchener received receivedthunderous receivedthunderous
thunderous tbunderousovaUon ovation which whl < h he acknowl acknowledged aknowlffJg411nelliJer acknowledged ¬
edged ffJg411nelliJer neither iby b look nor by bow hut hutas butas j
cA as Kngrtsh cr01dsare crowds are used to thisj thlte thltetrPfttl11tnt thisetreattuent
treatment from Kitchener it quite quitefailed i
failed to nuppr suppress sfl the enthusiasm enthusIasmBut i iihrir5rives
But It aeatr ioaItTO fs r tbd b king and qu quilkutrrhes quh5c
ihrir5rives h5c srlves lhkt IhfcTtbe tbe people really re l1r let letthemselves letthPmsPIps letthemselves
themselves loose 1 > IlIe Throughout the day dayrhenevef dayhpnpet daywhenevetand
whenevetand rhenevef and wherever their majesties majestiesVfTf maj ties tiesr
VfTf w r peen e < n the cheers were lound and andng andand andmg
ng > and especially was this so on the theT th thf thereturn <
return T mrn journey Journ of the king and queen queent
f t > Buckingham palace palaceIntil paacefl1tH palaceitll
Intil the booming of guns announced announcedtluit announcldtlt
that th the crowning of King Edward and andQueen nndQUfPn andQueen
Queen Alexandra had been achl achieved achievedtVre ved vedt vedthere
there t prt lingered In thousands of minds a anervous R RJ1ro1 anprvou
nervous + apprehension aJprfh n lon that even at the theast theIt theast
ast It moment some untoward event eventrnlght evenlJT1lght eventmight
might once more more plunge the nation into intoconsternation IntoQnstprna Intoconsternation
consternation consternationWhen consternationWhen Qnstprna tlon tlonWhen
When this thl was wa parsed the unre unreRralned unrerlralnEd unrestrained
strained jubilation was as much a atribute atnbute atribute
tribute to the kings personal popular popularity ¬
ity II as it was wa an evidence of relief from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th tension tet1f on of the last few weeks weeksSo wfelsSo
So while the scenes on the streets streetsere streetshere
here ere re robbed of many mall of those tho elementsthat elements elementsthat eiementsthat
that usually U Uny accompany a great pa pageant paKant pageant ¬ I
geant they thE will t 111 long Ion be remembered rememberedperhaps remembEredJlf1 rememberedperhaps
perhaps Jlf1 ap8 somewhat t tenderly by b those thoseTho tho thosewho e I IhlJ
who hlJ stood on th the stands at windows windowsnd windowsRnd windowssnd
Rnd nd on the th sidewalk to see e King Kin 15d 15dward l1dilrl iMnarJ
ward ilrl after he had won almost almo t from fromth fromth
th jaws of death his crown crownTO crownfa crownTs
TO Westminster Iftmlnlter abbey abbe the t11 > scene pnp was wasnothing wa wattlng wasnothing
nothing ttlng less If than marvelous manflout Nearly NHrJ31 NHrJ31n NearlyTMM
TMM 7 n < vo members mtmbt > o of the nobility the clergy clergyand clergyand
and al1 the gentry gfntl had gathered with forrlen for foreign forg1 ¬
eign g1 princes ambassadors colonial colonialrulers colonialTulers colonialrulers
rulers Indian potentates and leaders leadersfrom leadtrsfrom leadersfrom
from the furthest furth t quarter of the globe globenhfrc globehprp globewhere
where the Trnlon Jack flies fll h to do honor honorto
to the king kingTwo kingTwo
Two Incidents in the abbey abbe will live In Inthe Inthe inthe i
the memory of all who witnessed wit essld them themThe themTh4 themThe
The > first of or these which almost devel develop detIlp developd ¬ I
opd op lp < d Into a dramatic contretemps contretempsentered contretenlpsl1tfOrd contretempscatered
entered around the aged archbishop archbishopof archblshoor i
of Canterbury CanterburyArchbishop CanterburyArchbishop anttrbU1 anttrbU1Archbishop
Archbishop Breaks Down DownFrom DownFrom DownFront i
From the commencement of the serv servit ser serh service
it ice the archbishop a hhishop had the greatest t dif difficulty dlfkult diffleulty ¬ I
ficulty kult In rendingor rending or remembering the theprayers theJra theprayer
prayers Jra Yr The Th book from which his al almost alJDOfOt almoat ¬
most blind eyes ee endeavored to read reudshook rtidbook readahook
shook in his hands and when wh n he h came cametfc camettl cameth
tfc place the th < crown < upon King Edwards Edwardsfcead EdwardsMAti Edwardshead
head his huge frame towering above aboveh abovethe
t the h seated S4at d king swayed so violently violentlythat violentlythat iolent1 iolent1that
that the bishop of Winchester had to tosujvport toF toSupport
Support F port him while the denn of West Westminster Westtninater est estmlnfltpr ¬
minster put a guarding hand under the theTown thecrown
Town f n It was as evident < Idlnt that the arch archWrk I1r archbishop < h hbl I
bishop Wrk bl hp > p of Canterbury could not see his biskings blsking hiskings
kings king head headAfter ltt headAfter > ad adAft
After Aft > r groping around hr h was wa just justabout justr
r r I about to t < complete the most importantI important I Iert
I P part ert rt of o the ceremony eremom when it was di dis disc
I f rnv nr > v + red that he had the crown with the theI thebsek
Hark to the front Slowly Slowl he raised it Ithut itbut
I hut too late to prevent the choir fro froprematurely fr frPhmaturely froWemattirely
prematurely bursting out with a loufl louflOod IOU loulrod
rod Save the King Kin Amid a tension tensionthat tem tensionthat lon lonthilt
that had crown to a pitch Qf f painful painfulnervousness palnfuJnUHnf painfulnervousness I
nervousness nUHnf the archbishop archbh < hop finally finallyManaged flnatl flnatllllanar finallytttautaged
Managed lllanar d to place the crown correctly correctlyP correctlytapes
tapes P JQ o the kings klns head headA
A t fw f minutes later came the climax climaxof cllma cllmaof climaxof I
of hi hlA f rbl1D feebleness < > bl D ss S He was kneeling t tth tdo tr trdo
do > th the first firt < t homage of all the subjects subjectsf
It of f the king kin when suddenly he almos almosfainted almoFraintd almoshated
fainted and andwoul41hae would wouldshaxe have fallen upon his hiseovereigns ht htreignfO histereigns
° eovereigns reignfO knees had not King 1 lng Ed Edrd Edrd Edward
ward rd tenderly tenderI hut firmly grasped botli botlith bot bottthe t tt
th t the prelates hands and lifted him to tobfs tob tobis
bfs b fet foetThe fetThe feetThe
The bishops of London Winchester Winchestern
and n nd l Durham clasped their arms around aroundth
th archbishop of Canterbury the king kingkipd kingkillHd kings
s loaded his wrinkled hand the arch archWuhops archbllloop archb4ahops
Wuhops head fell back his feet moved movedMowly moedFlowly movedSlowly
Slowly and mechanically and thus he hensta j jM
nsta 1 M more carried than led from the thethront th ththront thethroat
thront of King 1 lng Edwards chapel where wherehe whererlved whereiae
he wm revived revivedMore rlvedIore revivedbiore
More Iore Father Than King KingThe KingThe KingThe
The tremor which this event caused causedbad causedhad ausedhad
had scarcely Ma fh subsided when wh t another ex exPifcitely exqMitUel exqr
qr Pifcitely iteiy human touch varied the proIngs pro procwings proef1lngs
< cwings Ings and the king was forgotten in inth Int inthe
th t the father fatherInstead fatherI fatherinstead
I Instead httt e d of merely merel receiving the thehomage thebomab thebomage
homage of the Prince of Wales TValesKing WalesKing VaJe VaJeKing
King Edward l ward put his hi ann around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the prince IIln and kissed ki ed him and andhen a andthen d dthen
then recalled 1Itd him and wrung his hand handlth handwith handwith
with lth a manliness s of parental affection affectiontl
tl th l brought tears to many eyes eyesTo e eyesTr es esTn
To th these se who were able to see ee clearly clearlyUH c1c9tJ c1c9tJUi clcnrht
UH Ui t e t t o episodes eplS < 1cs the magnificence of
the bejewelqd bejewel women the splendor of ofthe otthe
the uniformed men and even the his historic hI3tork historte ¬
torte grandeur of r the coronation office
itself sank almost into secondary in interest Interest interest ¬
terest terestTonight terestronlght terestTonight
Tonight the Associated As ociated Press learns learnsthat learnsthat learnsthat
that King Edward was greatly reatl unnerved un unrterved unrt
nerved rt ned by the condition condlUolloC of the arch
bishop of Canterbury and that his ma
jesty sat i lu tj i constant onstantdread dread of a con contretemps conthough ¬
tretemps though outwardly outwardl calm as ascould ascould ascould
could be Judged from the steadiness steadinesswith steadinesswI steadinesslvltlt
with wI to which he held his sceptre erect
during the ordeal ordealThis QrdenJThis ordealThis
This brave show however did not
deceive the th queen Throughout the theservice theservice theserviceand
service serviceand and especially as the archbish archbishop ¬
op of Canterbury Canterbu became be ame more and andmore andmore
more nervous her majesty palpably palpablvdreaded palpabldrtI41fd
dreaded that the king would break
down downWith downWitht
With lUtkeen keen anxiety she constantly
turned toward her husband watching
him Intently Jntent1 through thr ugh the ceremony ceremonyQueen eremon eremonQueen
Queen Alexandra Praised PraisedHer 1 PraisedHer > > ra sed sedHer
Her graceful tracduJdlgnit dignity and solicitude solicitudefor sol1cltudlfoKlng solicitudefor
for foKlng King Edward was one of the th the most mostchprminjj mostChtrnllnr mostehprnting
chprminjj features of the proceedings prOl edlng
Her H r majesty appearance won extrava extravagant extiaaganl extravagant ¬
gant encomiums encon lume especially e pe < 1al1y from the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women many man of whom declared that
Queen Alexandra did not look Jooka a day
over 35 35The 35Th 35The
The Th queens que ns own crowning was brief briefand brlet3nd briefand
and simple When the four duchesses duchesseswent duchesqeswent duchesseswent
went to hold a canopy over her ma ¬
jestys jest s head the Duchess of Marl Marlorolgh
borough and the Duchess of Portland
led the way wayThey wa waThey wayThey
They performed their duties excel excelItntly exce excel
Itntly At the approach of the crucial crucialPeriod cruci crucialperiod l lperiod
Period for which the peeresses had hadlocg hadICIg hadlcng
locg practiced namely the gutting Qu tJng on onof onor onof
of their coronets the moment the thequeen thefJUfcn thequeen
queen was wastrownld crowned a flutter of nerv nervousness nenlusnel nerr nerrousness ¬
ousness lusnel ran through their th ir ranks and andcoronets andtoronets andcoronets
coronets were pulled puIl d out and patted pattedand pattedan pattedand
and an pinched into shape their faces
hardened with anxiety and then all alltheir AU1hlIr alltheir
their arms armsuddenl3 suddenly went up and coro coronets coronets corenets ¬
nets large and small were put in inPHC Inpltc inp
PHC p aeC some z < crooked crook d and pome straightFor straight straightFor RtralgtttFor
For the next five minutes the peer peeresses peere peeresses ¬
esses e es disregarded what t passed before beforethem beforethem beforethem
them first one > and then another anotherturned anotherturned anotherturned
turned around arolJqdfor for advice and help and andthenonsued andthen andthen
thenonsued then ensued amutual n I thutual t tual pushing of each pathothers eachothers e h hthfor
others thfor coronets toron tli Into Iht pladAmong place placeAmong placeAmong
Among the > philosophic > peeresses was washeAmerican wasPc wasUt
Pc heAmerican m nieriean rtcp1 CqrtjiLady Coro LadyS Stratford StratfordstfhtKplaeidlj Straffordv atro1d atro1dn
n stfhtKplaeidlj v hoc placidly allowed allowedsher her coronet 4J roriet to toremain torI torehaln
remain rI rehaln l l t quite sIdettay IIldt si cWi i neither tJeith er asking askingnor askingJlorlerehmg
11 nor Jlorlerehmg fecelvjng horacelv inghlp help helpAmong hlJpAmon
Among Amon the curloustt curlousfcktures curto j t tl tpressconneet tpressconneetad r connect connected ¬
ed rJ with the American Am ricaniieer peeresses p eje5 Was Wasth was wasthe as asthe
the th wearing by Lady Lad Craven of of old oldfamily oJdfamily oldfamily
family robes once once worn worn by the Queen Queenof
of Bohemia Hoh4 > mla who married a former formerEarl fonnerE1rl formerEarl
Earl Craen CraenAnother CraenAnother nen nenAnother
Another Incident relating relatin to royalty royaltywas royaltywaqJ royaltywas
was waqJ J Jhe he e presence of the Duchess of ofMecklenbergStrelltz ofMecklenbErgStrlfz ofMeeklenberg
Meeklenberg MecklenbergStrelltz = Strelitz who ho at th tbpex tbpexnr the ex express express ¬
press nr s desire of or Queen Alexandra sat satat satat at atat
at exactly exacU the same spot as she be occu occupied ouplEd ocetipied ¬
pied at the coronation of Queen Vic Victoria Ylctoria Victoria ¬
A Dramatic Climax ClimaxNo ClimaxNo ClimaxNo
No stage effect etre < t could have equaled equaledthe equaledthe equaledthe
the climax that ensued the moment momentthe momentthe momentthe
the crown was placed upon King Ed Edwards Edward Edwards ¬
wards ward head the sudden illumination illuminationby
by b hundreds of electric lights making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the thousands of priceless jewels in including including ineluding ¬
cluding those In the crown itself to tosparklf topparklp tosparkle
sparkle with dazzling dazzlln brilliancy brilliancyThe brUIlancThe brilliancyThe
The Instantaneous In < tantaneous movement of the thepeeresses thepetre thepeeresses
peeresses petre e5 th the placing of their coronetsupon coronets coronetsupon coronetsupon
upon their heads the th choirs loud God GodSave GodSav GodSave
Save Sav the King with its unharmonious unharmonlousyet
yet genuine enuinl refrain from thousand thousandof
of male and female throats constitut constituted ¬
ed such an outburst of pentup thank thankfulness thankfulness thankfulness ¬
fulness and rejoicing as even evenWestminster evenVestmlnstEr evenWestminster
Westminster abbey abbE with all its his historic hl hltork historic ¬
toric traditions never before witnessed witnessedNearly wltn witnessedNearly ssed ssedearb
Nearly earb 100 Americans must have wit witnessed witnessed witnessed ¬
nessed the ceremony in the abbey abbeyAmong abbe abbeAmong abbeyAmong
Among them were Mrs Irs Cushman K KDavis KDavis
Davis and Mrs Irs Willard lUard of Washing Washington ¬
ton Mrs Davis and Mrs 115 Willard l11ard accolnpanying ar a acOJn
coinpanying cOJn anlnS Sir SJr30hn John Agnew Madame MadameWsddlngton MadameWsddington ladameVgddlngton
Wsddlngton who ho was Queen Alexandr Alexan Alexandras ¬
dras d dr B specially invited guest Mrs MrsBailies MrsBaillce tIrsBaIlIe
Bailies MrsHartman Mrs lr Hartman Mrs Post Mrs MrsDudley MrsDudley
Dudley Leigh Miss iiss Astor stor Mr 11 and Mrs MrsAchas MrsAchas 11713 11713Achas
Achas TerKes Yet Lady Barrymore and andLad andLady
Lady Lad Michael Herbert HerbertThe
The only peers pef > rs whp paid homage to tothe tothe tothe
the king on the part of the various variousgrades variousgradEs variousgrades
grades of nobility were Wf > re the Duke of ofNorfolk otNorfoJk ofNorfolk
Norfolk the Earl of Shrewsbury Shrew buo who whoas whowas
was as prominent connection In onnectlon with in international Internatlonll international ¬
ternational polo the Marquis of Win Winchester Wlnchiister Winchester ¬
chester and Lord De Ross RossUntil RossGntH RossUntil
Until a very ver late hour dense crowds crowdsparaded crowdsparaded crowdsparaded
paraded the main streets of London Londonthrough Londonthrough
through which vehicular traffic was forbidden for forbidden forblddfn ¬
bidden and watched the illuminationsThe illumina illuminations ¬
tionsThe lions The royal residences > s the Canattian Can Canadian CanUfUan ¬
adian arch the mansion house and the theBank theBank
Bank of England the electrical dis displays
plays of which hich were particularly no notfeable
tjceable tlt > abll were Were all surrounded by b thou
sands of persons Dtr persons om who ho for the most mostpart mostpart
part were orderly orderlyThe orderlyThe
The United States battleship batUe hip Illinois Illinoisat
at Chatham yard was decorated decoratedThroughout decoratedThroughout decoratedThroughout
Throughout the United Kingdom the thecities thecltle thecities
cities were Illuminated and enthusias enthusiastlce enthut enthusiastice las lastlCQ
tlce demonstrations were held heldCROWNING ItcMCROWNING heldCROWNiNG
How the Man Edward Was Con Consecrated Consectated Consecrated
secrated sectated as Sovereign of ofHis ofHis ofHis
His People PeopleLondon PeopleL PeopleLondon
London L ndtn Aug Ub 9 9The The striking part of ofth ofth1 ofthe
th the ceremony ceremony was as the oath At the theconclusion theconclusion theeoncltlsiori
conclusion of the sermon the archblahop arch archbl arehbbhop
bl bbhop > hop of Canterbury advanced to the theking theking theking
king and asked askedSir askedSir askedSir
Sir Is your ur majesty willing to take takethe takethe takethe
the oathT oathTThe oath oathThe oathThe
The king kin answered in firm strong strongtones strongtoneJ strongtones
tones I 1 am m wnIln willing etc his replies repliesb repliesbeing
b being lrig lri easily heard high up in the trIforum tri triforum trlCrum
forum near iitar the ttelOOr roof Then the ink inkstand Inkstand inkstatid ¬
stand was brought and the king kin signed signedthe signedthe signedthe
the oath ath He H did not n not t advance to the thealtar thenJta thealtar
altar altar but butat sat at in the chair he had occu occupied occupJed occupied ¬
pied since the service began Whilethe While Whilethe VhUethe
the choir sang ang Come Holy Ghost GhostOur GbotOur GhostOur
Our Sbuls Inspire Im pire the king remained remainedseated remainedseated remainedseated
seated and the queen stood up upvested upAtt upAfter
Att After r the archbishop an hblshops > annotating annomtlnspraera annotatingbraver
praera braver a gold goldcnnoP1 canopy was brought over overtheld overthe
theld the kings s hair and his majesty dl dltlt dicalgted
vested tlt birnself liJMelf ipi elf of his outer robe and andi andCputtnucd
i r Cputtnucd Continued CoI nued on Page Fa
I IBody
Body Buried Bu ied fn Penitentiary Burial Ground GroundConvicts Convicts View Body BodyAuthorities 8odyAuthorities Bod Y YAuthorities
Authorities Destroy Dead Murderers Features to toPrevent t tPrevent toPrevent
Prevent Theft of Corpse
ALEM ALE I Ore Aug 9 9T 9The The he remain remainj remainsof I Ior
S j oC Harry Tracy Tt Cy were received at atthe at atthe 1
the > penitentiary at noon today loda lodajust todayjust
I just two months mo tths after a ter his sensational sensationalescape scnatlol1a1escape sensationasescape
j escape escapeThe escapeThe escapeThe
The body bod arrived arrh ed under charge of ofDr ofDr ofDzLantner
Dr DzLantner iiantner kntnerAtt Attorney rn y Smith and Con Constable Constable Constable ¬
stable Straub of Creston Wash ash and andwas andwas andwas
i was by them delivered deliveredto to Superinten Superintendent Sperintondent ¬
dent Lee at the th railroad r fJroad station stationThe stationThe stationThe
The box containing the remains was waaimmediately wa3ImmediateJY wasimmediately
immediately conveyed coney to the prison b btrusties btrusties 1 1trusties
trusties opened and the remains peal positively P05itfely pealtively ¬
tively Identifiedby identifled b by Superintendent Lee LeeWarden LeVarden LeeWarden
Warden James and andr other prison prl on au authorities authorities authorities ¬ I
thorities and a force of trusties em employed em emplo employed ¬ I
ployed plo ed about the prison prisonMen prisonIen prisonMen
Men Ien who had served in prison with withthe withthe withthe
the dead convict also al < c positively identi identified Identified identified ¬
fied the remains as as those of or Harry I
Tracy TracyImmediately Trdc TrdcImmediatply TracyImmediately
Immediately after the identification identificationwas 1 1was
was complete a box was moved into intothe intothe 1
the chapel chapeloC of the prison and J nd the couvIcts cou convicts ¬
victs ilts allowed fo seethe remains remainsAt
At 2 p m vitriol was placed in n theface the theface thetace
face to destroy destro it in order to prevent preventMAY preventMAY I II
I President Authorizes AU tho riz Line to the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
PhilippinesOyster Philippines PhilippinesOyster PhilippinesOyster
Oyster Bay JT TAug y Al1S 9President 9PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt Presid nt ntRoo5eelt
Roosevelt today made formal an announcementthat announcementthat I Inouncementthat
nouncementthat be had granted the theapplication theapplication I IappUcaUon
application of the Commercial Co ercial PacificCable Pacific PacificCable j jCable
Cable company toland to land a cable on the theshores theshores I
shores of the United States on the islands isl islands ¬
ands of Hawaii and Guam and in the thePhilippine thePhUippine thePhilippine
Philippine islands and for r access tocertain to tocertain toertaln
certain soundings and profiles rofiles in the thepossession thepossession thepOlSes
possession pOlSes lon of the navy na department departmentThe
The text of the memorandum on the thesubject thesubject
I IsubJ
subject subJ t which was prepared by b the thedepartment thedepartment
department d partment of justice e and contains the theconditions theconditions theconditions I
conditions imposed by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States government was one of the subjecta sub subjects ¬
jects consideredyesterday considered onsid redesterda yesterday by b the pres presI prt prtidtnt president
I ident and Attorney General Knox The Theline Theline Theline
line is s to run from fromSan San Francisco to toHonolulu toHonolulu I
Honolulu then to Midway island then theni thenGuam j
i Guam then the Philippines and on to toJapan toJapan toJapan
Japan JapanWashington JapanYashlngton JapanWashington
Washington Aug Aug9 A g9The 9 The schedule of ofrates otrate ofrates
rates referred to of the conditions c upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which the Pacific Cable company will willbe willbe dUbe
be allowed to lay the cable Is as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows if F f itiTo f fTo
To charge charre4 nottexceedlzig60 Uesceedlns1 ti x fS cents per perII
any an attempt at stealing the body sand sandplating and andplacing
placing it on exhibition exhibitionThe exhlbltlonThe
The box was then transferred trensferr d to theprison the theprison
prison cemetery and buried among amongothor amongother
other oth r deceased dei eased convicts thus thus th 5 ending endingone endingone
one of the most sensational sen ational episodes episodesin
in the history of the pris prison jn < Therifle Therifleof The rifle rifleof
of the dead conjlct convict wa walidcllvered was delivered to toSuperintendent toSuperintendent toSuperintendent
Superintendent Lee The matter 1Ultt r of orthe orthereward ohereward the thereward
reward will be taken up this afternoon afternoonby afternoonby
by b Lee and the men m > n bringing In ithe itheremains the theremains tbemalns
remains malns The return of o Tracys body bodywill bodywill
will it is i believed have salutary salu salutaryef tY ef effeit f ffett
feit on the convicts and be of great greatbenefit greatb greatbenefit
benefit b nfit in the th matter of improving dlsr dlsrciplihe d1 d1c1pllne dla dlacipline
ciplihe cipliheSheriff I ISheriff
Sheriff Gardner of Lincoln county countyWashington eoutityWashington < ourityWa5hlngton
Washington this afternoon telegraphed telegrapheda
a demand upon Superintendent Lee for forthe forthe forthe
the reward rewardIn
In view of this thi Lee asked mk d the Wash Washington VtthInton ¬
ington men here h re to return retyrl1hoI11 home and andreach andreach
reach an agreement on the th mat matter far oi ofreward oireward
reward with Sheriff Gardner and d he hewould llrwould 1wwould
would promptly pay pa the ameIf ame ameIf am amI
If I no agreement agre ment was was reached peaehed a hft1he he ad advised adYlsedhalng advised ¬
vised Ylsedhalng having some om impartial lle erspn Qtlnlmad erspnact apn apnact
act as referee This Thl has was as agreed agree to toand toand toand
and the men will HI return to Washington Washingtonfor
for this thI purpose purposeword purposeword purposeword
word for the transmission of ormesl3 messages messagesbetween messages messagesbetween s sbetwe
between betwe n San Francisco and Honolulu Honoluluand Itonoiulu Itonoiuluand Honoluluand
and to reduce such rate rateo 1o to 36 16 cents centsper cents centspr centsper
per pr word within two years ears afterthe aftertheproposed afterthePrQpmed aftertheproposed
proposed cab ca cable > between San Francisco Franciscoand Franci co coand
and Honolulu is in operation Tocharge Tochargenot Toch Te charge chargenot rge rgenotexceeding
not notexceeding exceeding 51 1 per word ord for the Shetransmission thetransmission
transmission of messagesbetween mes messages < ages between San SanFrancisco SamFrancisco
Francisco Franc co and China
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+ Special to The Herald HeraldPocatello HeraldPocateUo HeraldPocatello + +
+ Pocatello Ida Aug ug 9 9Tb TheDemocrats The TheDemocratc +
+ Democratc primaries were l1t held heldhere heldhere Jd Jdhere +
+ here this afternoon for frthe the elec ales iJection f flion + 4
4 + tion of delegates to the countylf countylff county countyconvention +
+ f convention which meets at Me MeCammon ltcCammon McCatnmon +
+ + Cammon on the 15th to select selectdelegates selectdeJegates selectdelegates +
+ delegates to the state nominating no nominatingconvention J1natln J1natlnconentJon r rconvention +
+ convention conventionThere if ifThere
+ There was no contest and the4 the4f the theote + i ivote
+ f vote ote was light li lightThe ht htThe + f fj
j + The delegates elected are allf alL alLsaid altsaid +
+ f said to be opposed to the th senora renom renomIn senoraination + rfination
+ ination In Uon of Governor Hunt but butIt butit +
+ It Is s expected that th the governors goemorstriends governorsfriends +
4 friends have elected most mo t of oC the thedelegates he hedelegates + f fdelegates
+ delegates from the country cou trY pre preducts r r4fi 4
4 ducts i i i xrt t
+ + + + + + + + 4fi 4fiI >
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Some Terribly Damaging Evidence Against Durham DurhamNo No Credence Credencer CredenceGiven
r r Given Defendants Statements StatementsMarshal Marshal M rshal Sweet Sw et Testifies TestifiesAlleged TestifiesAlleged TestifiesAlleged
Alleged Murderer to Tell His Own Story
Special to The Herald HeraldPocatello HeraldPocatel1o HeraldPocatello
Pocatello Ida Aug ug 9Thc The hearing hearingof
of W TVTA A Durham on the charge of ofkilling ofkilling ofkilling
killing E M Fritz and andJohn John S Don Donaldson Donaldgon Donaidson ¬
aldson was continued today todayThe todt todtThf todayThe
The important evidence tixlj tnd was wasthat wa wathat wasthat
that Durham told several st > oral parties that thath
h > practicallyknew prattknJI knew who committed d the thedouble thet
1 double murder and that when the offi officers offit oftcent ¬ j
cent ers placed him in a position to do so sohe sohoould sohe
he hoould would tell all a 11 that he knew about it itVillage itYl11age it itVillage
Village Marshal Sweet of Blackfoot Blaekfoottestified Blackfoottestifid Blackfoottestified
t testified that Durham told tol < l him that thathe thatlie thathe
he believed H IV King committed the themurders themurders themurders
murders and that he believed this lhi bt hecause h hcause btIlue <
cause < King Kln and A A R Briggs were weroFritr werecamped t I Icamped
camped about 00 feet above where whereFritz I
Fritz and andDouaJdson Donaldson were camped and andabout andaba andabout
about aba t the same distance dist nce below his own owncamp ownt3mp owncamp
camp campWhen campWhen
t3mphen When hen Kingand Briggs Briggshroke broke camp campi campIon campon
i Ion on the evening of the the3rd 23rd of June the thej thedate thedate
j date of the murder Briggs in a wagon wagonCHINATOWN wagonCHJNATOWN wagonCHINATOWN
I I Idy1th
New ew York Aus 9 9A11 AH Chinatown isgayswlth is1 is1gaywith is
gaywith the imperial colors and the yCI1 yCI1low yet yetlow
low drason flies ll trom a hundred roofs roofstnti i iand
and out of three times as many win windows wing windows ¬
dows Prince Chen whose father r i ins aj ajcousin a acousin
cousin g il of o1rl the lee leee emperor e r will f arrive rJ rt today todayon t a I Ion
on the St SLPaul PauL and the loyal subjects subjeco subjectsQ I Ioi
oi o the cmoire will burn firecrackers and andI anddrink i idrink
I drink rice wine wfn tre4v fre during his short shortstar shortta shortatay
star ta here to show their joy jO at the pres presence presf presence ¬ I
ence 6f a member of th the royal ro al family familyMinister famUJMin familyMinister
Minister Min fter Wu Tinsr Fang Fan has arrived arrivedwith arried1th arrivedwith i
with 1th his suite ujt from Washington ashIn ton He Hewill Hey1I1 Hewill
f will drive to the uier this morning to towelcome toIome toSrflcome
welcome Iome his successor successor and to pay I1a his hisrespects hisrespects I
respects r pts to the theprince theprincei prince princeWOMAN I
Vancouver Y ncouyer B C Aug9 Aug 91rs Mrs John A AMenzJes AUen AMenaJes
MenzJes Uen e < was instantly killed last night In Ina Ina
a v cullar manner While bile in bed in her hercottage hercottage
Parktl settler
cottage inment in Central Park a small settle settlement settlement ¬ I
ment near here a large tree crashed crashedthrough crashedthrou crashedthrough
through throu h the roof and the unfortunate unfortunatewoman unfortunateWoman unfortunatewoman
woman was mangled almost beyond rec necognitton recosnitlon recooniUon
osnitlon ognittonSCHULTZ osnitlonSOHUJLTZ ooniUonSCHULTZ
Pendleton Ore Aug 9 9The The Schultz Schultsbrewery SchnltbreQcrjwas Schultzbrewery
brewery breQcrjwas was burned to the ground this thismorning thfs1n thrshorning
morning 1n om ing at 4 4oclock oclock Origin of fire is isunknown isunknown isunknown
unknown The total loss is 15000 516000which 15000which 1Gooohich
which hich was covered by x8000 8000 insurance insuranceAi
Ai A holler ol1 oiler r exploded loded and pieces of iron ironand ironn I
r and n timber were were thrown thrownoo 200 00 feet
and King on horseback he Durham Durhamheard Durhamheard Durhamheard
heard three shots shotabefore before they the had gone gonefrom gonefrom gonefrom
from tamp more than ten or fifteen fifteenminutes fifteeninlnut fifteenminutes
minutes inlnut and that that habhc hc heard the rattle rattleof rattleof
of the wagon wagon after the shots were werotired weretired ero erotired
tired tiredBoth tiredBoth tiredBoth
Both King and a d Briggs in their test testimony testmony ¬
mony mon tell practically ly the same story o oleaving 0Ieains oweaving
leaving their campand both say that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the saw the murdered men alive as asthey a athey atheY
they passed passedBoth passld passldBoth passedBoth
Both talked with lth Durham a few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes before leaving l their camp campThey campThe campThey
They The say sa that they had no gun witli witlithem wiUtthem withtthem
them and that they the heard no shots shotsthere shotsthere shotsthere
there that t evening eveningKing eenlngKing
King and Briggs arc both old and andrespected andrespected
respected citizens of Pocatello and andKing andKing andKing
King who Is a retired stockman is isone Isone isone
one of the wealthy men of this section sectionThe sectJonThe sectionThe
The hearing will iUconti continue ue Monday MondayThe MondayThe IondayThe
The state still has hasseeralltnesses severalwitnesses tc tcexamine tccXamhie tcexamine
examine after which Durham will tak takthe take takethe takethe
the stand and tell leUbis his own story storyTEDDY storyTEDDY
President nt Sleeps I eps With His Boys Boyson goyson
on Beach Beachand ° and Then Cooks CooksBreakfast CooksBreakf CooksBreakfast
Breakfast Breakf stFor For Them ThemOyster ThemOyst ThemOyster
Oyster Oyst r Bay N Y Aug 9 9Presldent 3PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt accompanied by his sons sonsArcbJe sonsArchie
Archie and Kennet and their cousin cousinPhilip cousinPhilip
Philip left Sagamore Hill late yestet yestetday yestetdaaftemoon yestetday
day daaftemoon afternoon ina hi a i boat They rowed rowedacross rowedthe rowedacross
across the Cold Spring harbor and andafter andailer
after skirting skirtln the beach for several seeralmiles severalmileslanded
miles roUes1anded landed for the night They cooked cookedtheir cookedhlIr cookedtheir
their own supper sup supper r and nd then at 9 oclock oclockrolled oclockroIled oclockrolled
rolled themselves In their blankets blanketsFrom blanketsFrom blanketsFrom
From that time till 5 oclock this morning morn morning mornmg ¬
ing the presidentof presid nt ntof ot the United States Statesslept Statesslept Statesslept
slept on the bare ground guarded only
by his sleepingboys sleeping bQyft After a typical typicalcamp typicaleamp typicalcamp
camp breakfast breaJt1 st which the president presidenthimself presidentbimself presidenthimself
himself prepared the party returned to toSagamore toSagamore
r 0 0y
Marshflejd Marshfield lan hfltld Ore dUg 9 SRenro Henry G PIe Pleger PIegel Pieger
ger In a fit of aberration ab rrMlon severed the thearteries thearterieso thearteries
arteries of his right arm and cut a deep deepgash deepr1r deepgyhin
gash gyhin in his throat r He will I die Plejier Plegerfieveral
r1r gL
Several weeksago weeks ago resigned gn his position positionas PO Ii Iias
as assistant a < s1t nt keeper of the Umpqua light lightstation 1IIhtstation lightstation
station It wax Wa while serving in that thatcapacity thatcapacity
capacity that his mind became me deranged derangedand derangedfit derangedsnI
and fit he hasuffcrediemporary suffered uere temporary tl porary fits of insan insanf
1 t it 1
Herds Are Swarming SwarmingInto
Into Salt Lake LakeBUSY laket lakeBUSY LakeBUSY
1 1AN
army of people such as was wasprobabJy wasprobably was wasprobably
AX probably never before seen In thispart tills tillspart thlspart
part of the west Is swooping
upon Salt Lake The advance
of this rush of traveling popu ¬
arrived yesterday when trains of
cars unloaded within thecitys the I citys cJty
more than 100 Elks and many many m
that number of Knights of
From every section of the country conntrytrainloads CDnntrytralnJoads countrytrainloads
trainloads upon trainloads of TCitr Elks and andPythlaJ15
are moving moyingin In this directionThe direction directionThe directiOnThe
The formerwill former will take possession of ofthe ofthecity ofthecity the thecity
city for t r their annual atmu U31 0 convention while white
the latter will stop over and travel pn
to San Francisco Five more Ol tralq
of Elks will arrive today and d
trains of Pythlans will pas passthrough
through throughThe throughThe throughThe
The crowds that are now betas
hauled over the roads tothlsclty to this city are
perhaps than were ever er
by western roads before Even Ev n
there are twenty twent special train
of 0 visitors traveling over the therinlon
rinlon Pacific between Omaha and Og 0 0d
dn d n carrying 6000 or more Elks and
they come Other trainloads are
or preparing to come from the th8west
north and south southZlon sonthZion southZion
Zion will be a great at metropolis for fora tora
a week Its broad broadexpan expanse expanse e will v 1l be bafilled befined befilled
filled to the limit and its it streets will willno Winno willno
no doubt be streams of o = moving mov lK hu humanity humanity iti itimanits ¬
manity The local Elks have been beencounting beencountlnt beencounting
counting upon hosts of visitors andthe and andthe aridthe
the indications are that they will not notbe notbe notbe
be disappointed Everything has been beengotten beensutten beengotten
gotten in readiness for the reception
of the army y of visitors and the city dtywill citywlU citywill
will receive recel race e them with the heartiest heartiestwelcome heartiestwelcome heartiestwelcome
Grand Officers Arrive ArriveThe ArriveThe ArrlveThe
The special train bearing the grand grandlodge grandlodge 4 4Jodge
lodge officers and their party cam camsover came cameover a aover
over the S he Illinois Central and Union Pa Pacific Paciflc Paelite ¬
elite arriving here at 215
yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon The train was about eight eighthours eighthours J Jhours
hours late 1 e occasioned by 211 n aCciden1near accidernear giynrfont giynrfontnear
near Council CDunci1Blutg Bluffs where the tender tenderof tender tenderof telulerof
of the engine jumped the track trackwhRB trackwhRBt1 trackwhHathe white whitethe
the t1 c train was making m dng a speed li of about aboutfortyfive abouttortyfle aboutfortyfive
fortyfive miles mlJesper per hourv hOUr The prompt prvmptaction promptaction
action of the engineer Inapplying in applying the theair theall theair
air brakes and bringing the train to tDIL tDILstop a astop k kstop
stop was was all perhaps p rhapsthat that thatpreyented thatpreyenteda presiented presienteda ed
a a secious asciotte rIOU8 wreck wreckThe wrsck wrsckThe WrtckThe
The special train of nine ears clr8in arrs + e3in ed edin
in Ogden yesterday YeSte1 ay morning w1ierLthe w1ierLthegrand t where her9 the thegrand thegrand
grand lodge officers were met by b bgeTepreentatlonof a z
TlargeTepresentation of the Ogden Qgdenlijage Ogdenlol1geand Ogdenlolige
lijage lol1geand and bid1vE1come bid > we1eome into Utah Thipr Thiprtraiuwas C It Itraln S Strain
traiuwas train Wag asnIlW also metby met by a delegation de1el3tionotoffice oC oCofficers ofofficerss
officers office and member of the Salt Lake Lakelodge Lakelodg Lakelodge
lodge The committee of officers om who whomet whoomet whomet
met the train were Exalted Ruler Har Harry Earr ¬
ry 1 r E O Deardorff Past Exalted Ruler KulerLester RurerLester RulerLester
Lester Freed Jules Jur s llalllaux > fond rnrt a anumber 6 6number s snumber
number of other lodge members membersAfter memb membAfter membersAfter
After remaining in Ogden a short shorttime Bhnrttime shorttime
time the visitors were escorted on to tothis tothis tothis
this city where they were met by bylocal bylocal bylocal
local Elks The visitors were received receivedwith receivedwith receivedwith
with the heartiest welcome and with withstrains wit1str withstrains
strains str ins of lively music by Holds band bandCarriages bandCarriages baudCarriages
Carriages were provided for the grand grandlodge grandJodge grandlodge
lodge officers and they th1 were Pn escorted escorteddirectly escateddirecU escorteddirectly
directly direcU from the train to the KImbr KImbrford Knr5ford FTnpte FTnpteford
ford hotel where they were wereith prauad nrodded nroddedwith > rd rdwith
with ith rooms for the corning week efk Tiereception Thereception Tie niereception
reception committee rots on hand to tolook tolook tolook
look after the comfort of the visitors visitorsand isftoSand
and tender them the keys of the city cityProminent cityProminent
Prominent People HereThe Here HereThe
The party is composed of represen represantative representatlve representatle
tatlve men from every quarter of the theeast theeast theeast
east and south and there are many in inthe Inthe inthe
the party who are prominent in pub public public public ¬
lic and political life In fact the con convention convention convention ¬
vention promises to be one of the most mostrepresentative mostrepresentative mostrepresentative
representative gatherings ever e er heid inr inrthe In Inthe inthe
the west The grand lodge officers are aremore aremore aremore
more than pleased with ith the receptionwhich reception receptionwhich receptionwhich
which they received not only in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake but all along the line of their theirtravel theirtravel theirtravel
travel and they express CXJJre their confi confidence confidence confidence ¬
dence that the coming convention conventionbe will willbe willbe
be one of the most successful ev ever r held heldThe heJdThe heldThe
The grand rand lodge officers who arrived arrivedyesterday arrivedyesterday arrivedyesterday
yesterday and are now no quartered at atthe atthe atthe
the Knutsford are as follows followsCharles i iCharJes
Charles E Pickett grand grandruler exalted exaltedruler exaltedruJer
ruler Waterloo Ia No 290 390Wi 290William 290WiUam
Wi William Liam B Brock grand esteemed esteemedknight esteemedknight 4 4knight
knight Lexington Ky No 89 89George 89Geore 89George
George A Reynolds grand secretary secretarySaginaw Sfcreta SfcretaSaginaw secretarysSaginaw
Saginaw Mich No 47 47Joseph 47Joseph 47Joseph
Joseph E Hennings grand tiler An Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
derson Ind No 2 299 299John 209John 9 9John
John D OShea chairman chalrmantrustees grand granatrustees grandtrustees
trustees Lynn Mass Ias No 117Joseph 117 117Joseph 17 1730seph
Joseph T Fanning secretary grand granatrustees grandtrustees I Itrustees
trustees Indianapolis Ind Ne13 Ne13Henry Nc 13 13Henry 13Henry
Henry M Mears ears board of grand grandtrustees sranc sranctrustees grandtrustees
trustees Baltimore Md No No7 No7Besides 7 7Besides 7Besides
Besides these officers there are a alarge 2large alarge
large number of past grand exalted exaltedrulers e exaltedrulers lted ltedruJers
rulers and prominent officers of various variouilodges variouslodges nriOUI10dses
lodges of the east and south in the theparty theparty theparty
party A large delegation of women womenalso womenalso womenalso
also accompanied the officers officersGrand officersGrand officersGrand
Grand Exalted Ruler Talks TalksGrand TalksGrand TalksGrand
Grand Exalted E > ta ted Ruler Pickett Was trasverv wasvery Wasvel
very vel favorably impressed with the theshowing theshowing theshowing
showing made by Salt Lake lodge and aadthe andthe andthe
the preparations made for the great greatconvention bIektconyentlon greatconvention
convention He expressed it as his be belief belief belie ¬
lief lie that no better place could have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been selected for the convention than thanSalt thanSalt thanSaJt
Salt Lake and freely freel discussed discus d the theprospects theprospects theprospects
prospects for fothe the success of the con convention conpntion convention ¬
vention ventionWe ventionWe pntionWe
We have come together said he hein hein ne nein
in our annual session and I believe believethat bflievthat believethat
that the attendance will 111 be one of the thalargest thqJargest thelargest
largest ever witnessed upon a like oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion The delegations willbe will be com composed composed cornposed ¬
posed of men of prominence fromeverysection from fromevery rotJ1eerysection every everysection
section of the country All have ae been beenlooking beenJookingfotWard beenlooking
looking JookingfotWard forward to the meeting here herewith herewith herewith
with the most pleasant anticipations anticipationsand
and we feel that they will be realized realizedThe realIzedThe realizedThe
The business to be transacted by the theorder theorder theorder
order during this convention Is Purely Purelyroutine purelyroutine purelyroutine
routine matter in connection with ith the tneorder theorder theorder
order and I know Imo of nothing particular particularthat p rtfcuJal rtfcuJalthat
The election ofofficers o oofficers of ofofficers
that is Le to come up
officers for the ensuing year will of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course be one of the big features but butin butIn butin
in this connection there is hardly hardt any anydoubt an andoubt anydoubt
doubt but that George Cronk of Oma Omaha Omaha Omaha ¬
ha who Is a prominent promln nt Elk will be beelected beeJected beelected
elected to succeed suc d me by acclamation acclamationI
I wish to say sa that our opening openingmeeting openingmeetlng openingmeeting
meeting In the tabernacle will be bepubJic a apublic apublic
public meeting which every one may mayThat mayatttnd mayattend
atttnd and we e hope to see the build bul1dlng buildng
lng ng filled with the people ot Salt LakeThat Lake LakeThat
That session will m be the only one that thatwill thatwlH thatwill
will be public The Theotber other sessions willbe willpress will winbe
be secret et but we propose toJppoint to appoint a apress a apress
press committee that will see to It that thatCentinaed thatContinue
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