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= 2 THE SALT h1iE HERALD RALITHflSDAY THURSDAY THt SDAY JCLT 28 1904
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Oyster Bay N T July 27 1Pre6l 1Pre6ldent 2PreLdent Presi President ¬
dent Roosevelt vas JlottUeft nan nee formally formallytoday formaJtytoday formallytoday
today ot his nomination fur or the prest prestdency pr8stdenqy pres4dengy
dency by the national D lenal Republican con convenCien oonentJon eonvenfloi
venCien The ceremony took place at athis athis atM
his M country home at Sagamore Hill Hillthree ronthree HWthrO
three thrO miles from this village In ac accordance accordllIce accordnce ¬
cordance with 1th the presidents wlsb the theceremony thecezemony 1 1ceremony
ceremony was made as a simple as pot possible pos potble l lbl ¬
ble bl
bleThe
The formal notification of the action actionof i iof
of the convention was made on be behalf be behalt behalt ¬
halt of it committee conitt representing every everystate everysLato i istat
state arid territory in the United States Statesby Statesby i
by b Speaker 5pek Cannon the speaker of ofthe otthe ofthe
the house of representatives representativesThe
The day opened ops with ideal weather weatherand wmthersnd watherand
and the arrangements for the ceremony ceremonywere ceremonywere ceremonywere
were completed early The wide ver veranda veranda ¬ i
anda and of the house e at Sagamore Hill Hillextending Hiliextending Hillextending
extending almost entirely around the thehouse ttehouse thehouse
house wa was decorated with American Americanflags Americannags AmeltOanflags
flags hung from pillar Jlar to pillar pillarIn pillarIn pillarIn
In addition many houses in the theneighborhood the3elgh1rhqo4 1 1nelghQQrhqod
neighborhood of the Roosevelt home homeand hemean I Iand
and an In Oyster Bay were draped with witkthe wtUt1 withthe
the national colors Across the main mainstreet mainstreet mainstreet
street of o the village there hung a alarge alrge alarge
large Roosevelt Roosev lt and Fairbanks l banner bannerOnly bannerOnly bannerOnly
Only three of the members of the th com committee committee cornxnittee ¬
mittee ware wete absent Included among amongthe
the invited guests were men prominent prominentin
in n all walks w 1ks < of Mfe Jf1 Those present presentnumbered 1J presentnumbered t I Inumbered
numbered about 126 Lack of facilities facilitiesprevented facilitiesprevented facilitiesrevanted
prevented the accommodation of a alarger alarger alarger
larger assemblage On arrival at atSagamore atSagattlore atSagamor
Sagamore Hill the committee comm ttee ware re received realved recelved ¬
ceived < alved by President Roosevelt Mrs MrsGeorge MrsBooeevelt lrs lrsRoocsevelt
Roocsevelt ji4 d National Chairman ChaJrntaneorg ChairmanGeorB
George GeorB eorg > B Cmtelyou CmtelyouFormal Ofttel OfttelFormal Eei1elyopFarmal
Formal Notification NotificationAt
At the b cpnblupiqn of the formal re reception receptJon receptlon ¬
ception the ceremony of notification notificationbegan BoUftcatlonbegan notifleationbegan
began beganWhenSpaaker beganWan beganWhen
WhenSpaaker Wan Speaker Cannon eatpon rosetp Ifie rsst tp de deliver deUver deliver ¬
liver his speech of o notification he was wasgreeted wasgreetd wasgreeteil
greeted with ith applause applauseAt
At ftb tbe clos ft tMr t Mr Cannons nons nonsWad Wad ad address ¬
dress the president advanced tothe totheveranda to the theveran theveraa
veranda veran la railing and slandlng dtng under 1 er a agreat agrea aregt
great regt festpoa of American flags de delivered de delivered doilvered ¬
livered his his1ldareas address in response to the thenotification tlenoUne1tlon theflotifleptlon
notification As be faced the assem assemblage assemblage assembinge ¬
blage 11 > he was warmly applauded applaudedAt
At the conclusion of the address addressPresident addressPresiCleut addressPresdept
President Roosevelt held an informal informalreception informalreception Informalreception
reception and received the congratula congratulations congratulatlon congratulatlon ¬
tlon of the coirfitiitteemen coll hitteem non on his hisspeech hisspeecb hisspeech
speech speechBoth speecbBotftJiluPC speechBoth
Both BotftJiluPC jghepreaMentand thepetadSpkr tqa Speaker Can Cannon Cannon Canlrnn ¬
non SpoKe It Jte standing standingassembled qn a chair pla plaat placed placedat
at an angle otthe of the = v 9tsnda Rda The us usassembled s sastembled
assembled on the veranda randa stood dur during1 during during ¬
ing the speeches speechesTomorrow speechesTomorrow speechesTomorrow
Tomorrow at 1 It oclock President
Roosevelt will start fw f r Washington WashingtonHe
He expects to arrive in Washington Washingtonat
at 615 61 pm It is not unlikely that he hemay hemayretum hemay
may mayretum return to Oyster Bay in two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks thus shortening his proposed proposedstay proposedstay I
stay at the national capital capitalSPEAKERS capitalt capitalSPEAKERS
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SPEAKERS FOR OUTING OUTINGFiveminute OUTINGi OUTINGiFiveminute OUTINGFiveminute I
Fiveminute Speeches by Tal Talented Talented ¬ j jented
ented Orators at the Parker ParkerDay ParkerDay I
Day Celebration CelebrationThe I I II IThe
The entertainment committee of the theI theYou theouu I
YOMBK You ouu Mens Democratic club last night
d dtddW decM ctd d to ask the following f fIowIn owtll local speak speakers peakera ea eaep ¬
ers ep t deliver liveminute addresses at atThe 8ttue atThe
The ottnx eitin at SaJtair on Parker ry DvAugsst
August 4 1 Frank J 1 Cannon O W V T OW OWdalcb o oore 1 1triI
ore Xo ea naatcber Josh Joshua Greenwood Gr6EtRwoodH
B H Ro R W SlOft an Charl bharboo
1 Iv PennMle Aquila Nebeker W E RyI ity
dalcb Judge William H H King iDb will be bemaster beJAa bemaster
master JAa ter of ceremonies ceroioealegNo I INo
No speaker speak will be expected to occupy occupyHJOTW OCCUpy1QON occupymoro
moro than Ove minutes time time because this thisis thisis thisa
is a going lnK to b IN MR au outinc utlorDOt not a political politicalbuating t pMitIcalbusting Utical Uticalulltfns
busting Democrats are going oIng to the thebeach theb4ath thebeeh
beach tor t or the impose of having 4 d good goodto goodto
to time not to 1 totes ll tea to political ad addr addreSlk addresses
dresses dr 88 8 9 They are going to get acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedith acquaintedwith
with ith each other not to do political work workThat workThat wontThat
That will come later Jat r on In the near nearfuture ntarfuture nearfuture
future Senator Baltey BU y of Texas will be behere behere behere
here to deliver a few speeches It is ex expm tXPMted e ePeeted
pm PMted d that some time during dulin the cam campaign campaip campaign ¬
paign Bourke C Ce Lran enran will be heard in inItah inltah inltah
ltah and that tttber Hl er speakers of national nationalr nattonalreputation tonat tonatrput
reputation rput r II110n will also be heart on local localplatforms localplatforms localplatforms
platforms platformsThe
The Womans m8lls Democratic slub held heldmtinK a aTn aTheeIhg
Tn mtinK ettnx at t the club rooms yesterday and anda
a large number gathered to look at ttr ttrnew thUf t tew °
new Uf ew MziariTBents Ifl The ladies manifest manifest1grat 4 4grp 1ret
grat grp ret t tnterect In the excursion urslou and n < l tor tock tockvetAI tockfnverat < k kp
p fnverat v vetAI ral hundred tickets tick i to dispose 0 oftmens 0ameRlt 0among
among their friend The club wa waf ask 8skd 8skdthe asklby d dby
by the amusement amt5e nt committee to see sele < t tAbout tRbout tshout
About one hundred young ladies from this thiscity thsdt thiscity
city dt to serve e on th the reception committee committeeand
and the district leaders Je tlers are now engagej engagejin engage engagetI
in making I the selections The other fity fitywil f1tvwIll
nf
= oZ t tSeTtral
wIll tI be chosen from the outside d counties countiesSeveral eoinUesSeycrat
Several men of prominence > reminence called at atheadquartere athead1uarten atheadquarters
headquarters yeaterdty terdtJ among the num number T1Umbeing numher ¬
her being Judge Ju Baakln County flerk flerkms t l lerk lerkIne k kJudnf
> ms Ine Judge Weber ebel of Nevada who is 1slln nn nnhie n nhis
his way home from the St Louis conve conven
n lunge W V C L Hall Judge ChPrry ChPrryand C1wrrYand Therryand
and others otb rs All of the Democratic via Vial vissigiit1
u l ra sientd the roll and Mr James Ja was wasinvited washyikd wasIivittd
invited to t o bat butdecHn4d butdecHn4dTbt declined declinedThe
The > membership scheme me designed b balrman bbolrman > r rto
to alrman rman I JAary Lear ary is i bearing fruit many manyreplies manyreUes manyreplies
replies to application blanks having beevt beevti be n nVI
i eJv ivoi VI y toteNla ierda3fr It is expected there therevl theretill thereebill
vl till be several hundred an tile before beforeti beforee1
L ti cn ti < l ot o the week weekThe weekorbe weekrte
The dub < tub w was s presented with a pen por portrait portrait pertrait ¬
trait of Parker yesterday with U the com comnUm comJlI cornnhinng
JlI nhinng nUm nU n UI of The TlteHeraJd Herald while Manager ManagerT ManagerLp
T LI Lp < rWMi M 01 the Tribune ordered the paper papersent paperSeftt papersent
sent there with his compilmanta compilmantaTli comp DteII DteIIarUeIea
Tli The articles of Incorporation will be befiled befUed befiled
filed today todaylast todayBEP todnyList
BEP LI MrcAND ATES ATESList
List of Probable Nominees No iDeesof of Eph Ephraim Ephraim iphraim
raim Convention ConventionEparaim ConventionEpllraU ConventionEpkrain
Eparaim July 27 17TIM Tbe poHtical po tlea SItUAtIOn altnatiootteans SItUAtIOnin
in snpete OOOIIty 18 1tegImdng to exhibit exblblt8uaptoma exhibitsymptoms
symptoms of activity among the Repob Repob11eens RepubneeDs
neeDs This Is especially noticeable notiqeableAmon noticeableAJftOIt notiebe notiebemong
AJftOIt Amon mong theM the manUooed for legislative legislativehonors legislativebo legislativeboners
honors bo S Sant np t county eountye1ects gleets two mem memers Thembeta
1 era ers of the legislature ami a an as Manti IaaUlias IaaUliasthe has 1asthe hasthe
the holdover senator one representativeWUI re representative tatie tatieI
will I be elected from the north end ol olthe otthf ofthe
the county and 09 opfroh from the south southFrom MuthPrenI southProm
From the north F C Jensen and Abraai AbraaiJahiwaik 4hralQJek AbraaJkseeo
Jahiwaik Jek ol 2 vt t Pleasant are in the fi field fiehlMr fieldMr M MMr
Mr Johnson mppeafi to have the lead leadThere leadThere leadThere
There axe five candidates named as in inthe Inthe InThe
the race from the southern end of the thecounty theouaty thecounty
county They are Bishop Bartholomew Bartholomewf Bart8OlomewFay
of f Fayotte Fay < te H A Keafns lid Wm Mt Mtcaf IetcMfl Metcalf
calf cMfl of Gwwtfson Blsho Bishop Isho Parley Chuis ChuistiaasoB CbPlstlaMOD ChstshanSon
hanSon of Mayftofii and N C Christensen Chrlstensenof
of Sterling At this writing Mr YrKearni YrKearnito MrKearnseems Kearo Kearos
seems s ems to nave a decided lead leadFrom lea4P leadFrom
From P the center of the county Gunt J J JChrtet PChrbueisen P PCbrtften
Chrtet Cbrtften en of Bphralm and Peter Dyrlng Dyrlngof Dyrtnor
of M xuU J U are candidates for the nomina nomination DOMI DOMItton nominaties ¬
ties bat as Manti tlltas has the senator aat aatEphralsB aa4 aa4EPh an4Eubraiss
EphralsB EPh has been decrees the county sup supef sup supfrlateadent nup4itntendent >
frlateadent of schools and county record tOrdt
ef t by b the political beapes ee the above abovenamed ab abovenamed ve veI8
named may ma 1 be addresla ad41r amen a amng the tnealso theTIle thealso
also ran ranThe I8 ranThe
The possible nominees will be as fol follows folews tellows ¬
lows ews R8JK Representativos entaUVaH H A A Kearns of ofGumteon ofCuuzdaon C CGUlp
Gumteon GUlp on and Abram Johnson on of ML MLSandersoa MtP1csant IL ILPtfaHlAnt
PtfaHlAnt County oomoner ooinssleslonersSldney ooinssleslonersSldneySandensos SWney SWneySandersoa
Sandersoa of Fairview and a Alfred Da DAhl DAhlof Dabof hi hiof
of Ephraim County Ceu treaswer tlM8lllerJ J Mor Morgan Morgan Morgnu ¬
gan Jahnson of Spring < City County Countyrecorder COIIRtyreco Countyrscoyderflaea
recorder reco rscoyderflaea erH8J18 Hans Christensen of Enhralm Enhralmpresent Enbralmre ETthraimnrmont
present re lPnt iiurambeat Assessor As e sor Herbert HerbertBmytna Herbert3mydte Herbertraythe
Bmytna of Fountain Green ShecKI ShecKIJohn ShedttTobn ShedifJohn
John Knudsen of ML t Pleasant Surveyor SurveyorJ
J W Fax ox of MantL County clerk clerkPo clerkPoElIasGIt clerkPv P PTV
TV v Kliasoit of Moroni Superintendent of otschools of1SehoelsA ofschoolsA
1SehoelsA schools A I L Larsen of Bparaira This Thismay TIllsmay Thismay
may be modified a little but the work at atthe atthe atthe
the convention coV8D will only be to ratify the theticket theUcket theticket
ticket put up by the bosses bossesBepublicans boMesRepublicans bossesBepublicails
Republicans Are Organizing Club ClubRepublicans ClubRepublls ClubRepubileass
Republicans of Salt Lake county outside outsideto outsidethe
t the be city are Planning to organize a R Rfor Re ReuhllCfUt Relmbilca
lmbilca uhllCfUt club A me meeting Ung Iwu BeeR called calledtor celledfor
for tomorrew night at the Murray opera operahouse operebouse opernhouse
house to take steps pretiralaary preUml ary to organ organization OrgaPIzation ¬ I IbatiOn
ization The sail for the ranting t Uag is signed signedI i
I by > Y tX 0 W V canaan Mill Creek D M MHaigrh MHaJsh Mialgh
Haigrh Murray y D a 0 RMeout Drapery DraperyJ DraHlJame DraperJameg
J Jame mW W V Cbon Murray br y W W WH WHn WIon I
1IOn on n Sandy J 1 C Macteor Gran Granger GrangerH er W Wliam WI
H nBI flalgb h TasrletnvflW J9 iwMeflldap NeQlQn1 NeQlQn1H
H Meflldap l a J nn tf Ibebertw bertll Bi 4gham Jt1 am 1WI 1WIjaM SlU SlU11am
liam Pauter P ntEr U Uton rsiou nJOO S Sesit Platen River Riverton II IIton
ton Ernest Burgou West Jordan
PRESSURE WAS WAgeBROUGHT WASROUGHTTO H HBROUGHT
BROUGHT ROUGHTTO TO BEAR BEARRepublicans BEARPepublicans BEARPepublicans
Pepublicans Advised A vised Peabody Peabodyto
to Call Off His Militia MilitiaBELL MilitiaI MilitiaBELL
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BELL B LL THINKS IT IS IS UNWISE UNWISECBUELr UNWISEd UNWISECRUEL
d
4 4CBUEL I
CRUEL TBEAlrMENT EREA riO2fT OF A AWATcmrAN JkEECfE JkEECfEWATCHMAN flNEWATCH1IfA
WATCHMAN WATcmrANDenver WATCH1IfADenver WATCHMANDenver
Denver Colo July 27 2 27Adjutant 27AdjutantGenerl Adjutant AdjutantGeneral A jutant jutantGeJt
General GeJt 1 Sherman M Bell dissents d ents front fromthe fronttlte frontthe
the opinion W orGo o1 Governor ernor Peabody thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the Cripple Creek district Is sufficient sufficiently ¬
ly pacified to justify the the withdrawal withdrawalof lhdrawalhe
of the he national guard which htch was done donelast donelast donelast
last night by the governors gov prs order orderThie orderuTle orderT1
Thie T1 troops have been b en protecting un union unIon usIon ¬
ion men ana antitheir their Mends against other othercitizens othercitizens othercitizens
citizens said General 1 Bell and Ilook I Ilook Ilook
look for a clash now that military rule ruleis ruleis ruleIs
is ended eadedI
I have called off the military mllitar said saidGovernor saidGoelBO saidGovernot5
Governor Governot5 Peabody Now let the un unions unIons UnIons ¬
ions do the proper thing and call off offthe offthe offthe
the strike We Ve can then submit our ourdifferences ourdltferences ourdifferences
differences to the people at t the poll polteand polland poleand
and let them decide at the next elec election election citetion ¬
tion who w Is right rightHaywoods rigktHaywoods rightnaywoodz
Haywoods Heply HeplyReplying ieplyReplying eply eplyRetlylDi
Replying to Governor Peabodys Peabodyssuggestion Pe4bods5Ugge5tJon PeabodyssuggeIon
suggestion that the unions should call calloff calloft calloff
off the strikes William D Heywo HtJowoed HtJowoedsecretarytrea5urer Heyweedsecretarytreasurer d dsecretarytreasurer
secretarytreasurer of the Western WesternFederation WesternFederation estern 1
Federation of Miners said today todayThe todtt todttThe todeyThe
The calling off of the military inhlitaryiy inhlitaryiyGovernor Jjy JjyGovernor PIGoventOl
Governor Peabody Pe body has not the slightest slightestlogic slightestlogic st stlogic
logic bearing upon the proposition to tocall tocall tocall
call off the strike We have not been beenstriking beenstriking beenetrlldng
striking against the use of the militia militiaalthough militiaalthough militiaalthougk
although it has been hired to the mine mineoperators min minoperators minaoperators
operators for or use against the unions in inthe Inthe Inthe
the strike Our original contentions contentionswere
were and still remain for the estab establishment establishment ta ¬ I IUsbment
lishment of the right to organize to toprevent toprevent I Iprevent
prevent unjust discrimination against againstmembers againstretesbers I
members of the Western W stein Federatlsn F Federat10rotMiners deratl trof of ofMiners I I1Uners
Miners and to establish estabU h the eighthour eighthourday elgbtufUriday oighthmirday
day dayPolitics Politics Plays a Part P1rl P1rlha Partthe s sTheL
the ha figh figl4 In Colorado ColQr do MO BOW is for forthemaintenance torthe fortheIllakfltojlaflCe
themaintenance the ml fttenance of f those tt ose principles pdp les of ofthis otthis ofthis
this republic which whlchguaral1tee guarantee to every everycitizen everycitizen ery erycitizen
citizen the right to live in any place placehe placehe placehe
he choose This and all other funda fundamental fundamental fundamental ¬
mental principles s guaranteed by the theconstitution theconstitution i
constitution of f this UI s ountry have t een eenopenly 9enopenly n
openly violated in Colorado ColoradoNever COloradQN ColoradoNver I
Never N er was there any ny occasion war warranting warranting warranting ¬
ranting the calling out the militia and andnow andnow 1 1now
now Governor Peabody Peabod calls off his hisdogs hisdogs I
dogs of war at thistimesolejy this tImesoleJy time soley on ac account account account ¬
count of the great pressure brought b U1ht to tobear tob tobear
bear b r on him by the member of the theRepublican theRepublican i
Republican party partyBOBBED partyROBBBD partyBOI3BBD
BOBBED AND BHATENV BHATENVPortland BRATENIortland BRTErPortland
Portland Mine Watchman Roughly EoughlyHandled RoughlyHandled RoughlyBaiidled I
Handled by Mob 3IobColorado MobColorado NobColorado
Colorado Springs Colo July 27 27William 27Wililant I IWilliam
William Amole a former watchman at atthe atthe
the Portland mine who was asarrested asarrestedin arrested arrestedin I
in connection with the alleged con conspiracy consplra ConspIrey ¬
spiracy splra of the mechanic force on onthat Offthat j jth
that th t prdperty pJod to walk out In a body bodythereby bodythereby
thereby closing the mine has arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere arrivedhere I
here in an exhausted condition anE anEtells an antells
tells a story of alleged maItreatmerfi maItreatmerfiat maltreatment maltreatmentat
at Victor He says that after his re release release release ¬
lease by tlte t1 t military board at Victor Victorhe Victorhe Victorhe
he was set upon by four masked mas ed men menbeaten menbeaten I
beaten and robbed of 211 6 His back backbears backbear backbeans
bears a number r of red welts where a aheavy aheave aheavy
heavy heave horse whip Wh p was laid across his hisshoulders hl hlshoulders 1IIshoulders
shoulders shouldersAmole shouldersAmole shouldersAznele
Amole had been in the employ of the thePortland thePortland thePortland
Portland company as watchman at the themine themine themine
mine several years He was not > 3 3member t tmember
member of o ttte union UD to n Hfewas H < was run out outof o t tof t1 t1of
of Victor at the time the raid was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made on the engineers at the Port Portland Por Porland Porfland ¬
land by the military ml1lt
JAPANESE MfcDE MfcDENIGHT MiA MDNIGHT DE DENIGHTATTAGK
NIGHT NIGHTATTAGK NIGHTATTAGKCoRUnued ATTACK ATTACKContinued
Continued from Page 1 1ed 1 1ad 1ed
ed jhe the presence e of o lar lare e reserves of the theeneiiniy theenemYOR theeniny
eneiiniy enemYOR OB the thelIne line from Mentsiatoiim tn to toFanetianfcaq toFancb toFanch
Fanetianfcaq Fancb nku u Te twUallon f ta1lon sustained sustainedheavy su rutalnedheavy tained tainedu
heavy u aca6ualt1es casualties and t d was s obliged to re retire re retire retire ¬
tire tireAt
At the Slime time tile Japanese Jal incse OCT OCToupyhiff oc ocoup 00oupying
oupyhiff oup 1ng the heights of Farichankau Farichankaui FaJ Fazkhankattthrew chnnkau chnnkauthrew
i threw forward orwa at least threeTnore bat batteries batle battories ¬
tories le e
Massing rirassin of Infantry InfantryAt I
At 4 oclock o l ck in the afternoon alternoon1l1e alternoon1l1emas the themassing
massing mas ing of the Japanese infantry sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested that they intended to force our ourposition ourpO ourpeeltion
position pO ltion at the thcYiIlage village of Tsianchiatsia Tsianchiatsiawhich Tsianc1Iatsiawhich Talanebiatslawhich
which was held by the Barnaoulsk reg regiment regiment regintent ¬
iment About ftve of six Japanese bat batteries batteries batteries ¬
teries were engaged at this time and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their fire increased toward evening eveningAt
U At 73 oclock the Japanese fire lirewas firewas firewas
was at its height and In the last rays raysof raysot raysof
of the setting sun the enemy en ny delivered deliveredhis
his attack on the Bamaoutek Barn oulsk regiment regimentThe regimentThe regimentThe
The latter reinforced by three battal battalions battalIons battalions ¬
ions under the command of Colonel Col nel De Debrotin DebroUn Debrotin
brotin valiantly swept back the enemy enemymaking e enemymaking emy emymaking
making four bayonetcharges bayonet charges and cap capturing eapturtng capturing ¬
turing a number net ne yet ascertained ascertainedof i
of rifles together with ammunition ammunitionAt
At 9 oclojck in the evening evenlu the can cannonade cannOllade cannouade ¬
nonade ceased but the nfle fire con continued conUnued continuod ¬
tinued until late in the night nightWe nightVe nightWe
We retained ail our positions positionsAfter positlODsAfter posLtions4After
After the fight it was ascertained ascertainedthat
that our 18 battalions had been en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged with h at least two Japanese Jap nese divi divisions divlslons dlvslons ¬
slons supported by an overwhelming overwhelmingnumber overwhelmingnumber overwhelmingnumber
number of ether batteries The gen general general gencml ¬
eral extent of the position measured measurednine measurednine measurednine
nine miles milesIn mUesIn milesIn
In these circumstances I did not notthink notthla nottidnlt
think thla it advisable dTisa to resume re thif ti action actionn
on n the following day and resolved to toretreat 10retreat toretreat
retreat toward the north norLhTht The Th with withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal was effected in perfect order orderRussian rderRussian dderRussian
Russian Losses LossesOur LossesOur LossesOur
Our losses have not been ascer ascertained ascertained ascertamed ¬
tained but they are estimated at atabout about aboutofficers about4t
4t officers and 6H men Killeld or orwounded orw orwounded
wounded w unded Among the wounded is isColonel IsColonel isColonel
Colonel Auspeneky commanding the theTomsk theTomsk theTomak
Tomsk regiment regimentI r ment mentI
I must testify t t1fy to the remarkable remarkablefirmness remarkablefirmness rembrkablefirmness
firmness displayed by all the troops iu iumy inmy Iilily
my command during this difficult difficultac difficultactIon ac action action ¬
tion which lasted eighteen elghteenhot1rs hours The TheSiberian TheSiberian TheSiberian
Siberian regiments who had met the themain themain themain
main Japanese attack attackin in particular dis distinguished distlJllguisbed distIgaIsbed ¬
tinguished themselves by their unwa unwavering unwaverin unwavering ¬
vering verin endurance Not an inch of ofground ofground ofground
ground was yielded despite the enor enormous enormous enormous ¬
mous numerical superiority and the re repeated r rpeated repeated ¬
peated attacks on our center where wherethe here herethe herethe
the fighting on our four occasions was wasconducted wasconduet wasconducted
conducted conduet at close quarters with the thebayonet tbebayonet thebayonet
bayonet which htch the Japanese Jat inese could not notwithstand nolwithstand notwithstand
withstand withstandThe withstandThe
The list of men meriting rewards rewardsfor rewardsfor rewardsfor
for their share in this glorious fight fightwill fightwill fightwill
will follow In the meantime I beg to tomention tomontlon tomention
mention the great Valor of the Tebplsk Tebplskand Tebolskand Tebolakand
and Tomsk regiments of two batta battalions battalions battalions ¬
lions of the SemlpalatiBek regiment regimentand regimentand regimentand
and in particular p of the Barnaoulsk Barnaoulskregiment Barnaoulskregiment Barnanuiskregiment
regiment which covered itself with withglory wlttglor withglory
glory The conduct of r all our ur batteries batterieswhich batterieswhich batterieswhich
which remained in action for fifteen fifteenand fifteenand fifteenand
and a half hours unddr und r heavy fire was wasbeyond wasbeyond wasbeyond
beyond all praise praiseI
I am unable to give the exact num number number ¬
ber of loesess lo sess sustained by the Japan Japanese ¬
ese but I ventureto venture to say that these theselosses
losses were greater than ours oursAwait oursA oursAwait
Await A it l Decisive > Battle BattleLondon B BattleLondon tt1e tt1eLondon
London July jul 28 28Cabl 28Cabling Cabling under und r date dateof dateot dateof
of July 26 the New Chuang Chuan correspond correspondent corr sJOJd sJOJdent ¬
ent of the Daily Mail says saysOne saysOne saysOne
One hundred and fifty Japanese cav cavalry mvaIry ¬
aIry who entered enter d overnight had orders ordersto
to return t to TaTche T Tebe iao but remained remaineduntil rernaineduntil remaineduntil
until morning atthe tit the request of the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British and American consuls consulsThe consulsThe consuisThe
The Japanese have not pursued p rsUed the thefleeing thefleeing 1 1fleeing
fleeing enemy as they desire to coop oooperate cooperate j jerate
erate with witt the First army ann Jh a decisive decislveb decisivebattle i ibattle
battle b ttle between betw en Hal Cheng and LIaR LiaoYkng
Ykng ng which evenin ev IIf theopinion the plnion < of ofRussian ofRussian
Russian officers will result In a Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian defeat and will terminate the thecampaign thecampaign thecampaign
campaign
YOUNG YOUNGSALT SALT LAKE ARTIST VISITS VISITSHOME VISITSHOMEAFTER HOWIEAFTER HOME HOMEAFTER
AFTER ACHIEVING SUCCESS SUG ESS IN PARIS
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Evan G Richards HichardsPromising RiebardsPromising RichardsProniismg
Promising Salt Lake Artist ArtistAfter ArtstAfter ArtistAfter
After an absence of three years study studying studyiDl studying ¬
ing art ta Paris Lee Greene Richards s sagain Sagam sagabt
again back at his home InSaJt Lab Cit3 Cit3Hte C1 C1His Cit CitHis
His return is not nerma aenriaiietit rina 9ftthwe eat howevejv howevejvas 4 4as
as after a visit with his friends here he heintends heiRt heintflds
intends iRt to r return to Ms studies in th thi thFrench the theFrench
i French capital capitalGREEK ea eaGREEK capitalGREEK
GREEK I LETTER NEGRO NEGBON NEGRON1Iw NEGRONew
N New w Haven Conn July 27 7WII 7WIIUam Wil William WIl11am ¬
liam Piekene PI kena a negro who graduated graduatedwith Sl8 graduatedwith uated uatedwith
with high tenors at Yale a month ago agohas aguhas agohas
has just usi been advised of f his election electionto
to membership m mbership in the Phi Beta Kappa Kappasociety Kappasociety Eappasociety
society He is the only negro belong belongins belonging belonglog
ins tothe to the e society societyYELLOWSTONE societyYELlOVSTONE societyYELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE PARK EX EXCURSION EXCURSoN EXCURSION ¬
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and stage transportation and aadhatel hotel ex expenses expeBee5 cxpaDres ¬
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days tour The Th party will be limited lmltedto limitedto
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Mr Richards became mc known tothe totbept totbeptworld to the 4rt 4rtworld trt trtworld
world at large through two pictures plets es ex exMbited exNblted exMbited
Mbited in the salon of the Society S d ty ol olFrench orFrench ofFrench
French Artists during urtng May and June ot otthe otthe t tthe
the present year ear They are the Jeune Jeunefille Jeunefil1e Jessefille
fille du s C c vent yeet and a portrait of Mr MrPope MrPope MrPope
Pope a Boston sculptor Both of these thesepictures taesepictures thesepictures
pictures were ere given prominent places in inThe Iiinie Iathe
The SUQH and the first named received receivedhonoraole reeelyedbonol receivedionoraTIe
honoraole bonol le mention Since then the pie picrur piePurfS piefuns
rur funs < have been requested by the Inter International Iltterratonal Inter4ational ¬
national Society of Sculptors Painters Paintersarid Paintersand Paintersand
and Gravers for its exhibition in London Londonduring wildonutfng Londonun1ng
during next January and February FebruaryAt
At the same salon IOft exhibition in which whichMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Richards portrait of Mr Pone PO gained gainedrecognition ga1nedrcosmUon gainedreogsiUon
recognition a but of f Mr Richards Richardsdone i4icltardedone hard harddone
done by Mr Pope also wen dls distinction distinctionIn nctlon
In addition to his recognrt recognltMa a by the theSociety theerec theSociety
Society of French Artists A rUsts t Mr Richards Richardswas
erec bfca bfcaClltalre
was elected in March r of this year R Se Sec Soeeta1re
c ctalre of the Soefete du Salon Salond
d Automne AutomneHis AutomneIlls AutomneHis
His privileges in this society ety allow him himtt bint
tt t hang hangthr three pictures in each annual annualexhibit annualexhibit annualexhibit
exhibit and to a vote in the socletys societysmeetings socletysmeetings socletysmeetings
meetings meetingsIt
It was not until this year that Mr Rich Richards Richards b bads ¬
ards began doing work by himself Prior Priorto PriCKtt Prierto
to that ne ne studied in the Julian academy academywnd
wnd nd the Ecole de Beaux Arts ArtsWhile ArtshUe ArtsWhile
While hUe J Lee as be was known MITMHI MITMHIhis among
his friends friendsat 9t t the Ut Salt Lake High H school schoolowes schoolowes schooIowes
owes his artistic training to Paris he heewes heCw hecwes
ewes Cw s his hi first inspirations in art to hU
High srheol associates and he is chleCJy cbetlyremembered chetiyremembered chleCJyremembered
remembered by b those who went to school schoolwith adleolwltb schoolwith
with him here aa a8t1le the bey who loved < to todraw 11Iraw t tdraw
draw sketches of his fellow f lIow students and andteachftrs andteachers antiteachers
teachers instead of paying attention to toUie 10Utf totie
tie long dry lectures lecturasHe Iectur IecturHe lecturesHe
He reports that all the Vtah students
in Parts are dot doing geed work and thnt thntsome thnt80me thetsome
some of them are winning creditablelaurels creditable creditablelaurels reclttnblelauret
laurels among the French Fr h societies societiesAt
At the Worlds fair Mr Richards is isexhibiting isexhlblUng Isexhibiting
exhibiting one piece of his recent r work worka
a portrait t of Mrs H J Richards of ofI ofSalt ofSalt
I Salt Lake It hangs in a very proud prominent pronllDeBt proudnest ¬
DeBt place between bel ween paintings by b the pres president presIdeat piesIdent
ident el UM French Jury and the Amen American AmerJo8n Amencn ¬
can o8n Jury of artists who selected the thepaintings thepehIUng8 thepaintings
paintings for the fair fairReflections talrReflections fairReflections
Reflections of a Spinster SpinsterBaltimore SpinsterBaltimore SpinsterBaltimore
Baltimore American AmericanWhen AmerkanYhea AmericanWhen
When aman buys H beautiful wattesull wattesulland
and gees 8H to the seashore with the inten intention Int Inttion h1Ltion ¬
tion of giving people the idea that he is a aduke aduke i
duke incognito and finds his employers employersfamily employersfamily I IfMlllly
family is stopping at the same place he hethkiks hethhlks hethioks
thkiks the w werldls world rld Is disgustingly dls small smallThe smallThe smallThe
The man who acts as If the world and andthe andth andthe
the th fullness thereof belonged bel to him htmshould
should remember when tempted t mpte1 to 1 boss bosshis bosshis oss osst
his wife that t when n ho was courting her herhe herhe
he called her an angel heel heelere and she there therefere therefore
fore ere cant be included Inclfed in things mun mundane mundae mundese ¬
dane daneA daeA
A man who speaks sarcastically of oth other othr othCr ¬
er r peoples summer flirtations never neverdoubts neverdoubt neverdoubts
doubts that he has left lasting Impres Impressions Impr ImprOsshoes S Spions ¬
shoes upon the hearts e rts of the girls 118 Whom Whomn whomhe whomhe
he n honored with ith his attentions during hi hivacations hid hidvacaUo hisvacatloas
vacations vacationsThe s i iI II
I I The 1 I he people who sneer sneJr at a girls keep ¬
1 ing the photograph of a married actor on onher onlieI onher
her desk should remember that she Isnt Isntas Isntas lentas
as silly as If she fell rellin in love with tth a fellow
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and happiness as anything that mans mansingenuity ingenuity gnjty or providential wisdom wisdomhas wisdomhas wisdomhas
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albumen The fruit or juice seems to have the same effect as a good di digestive digestive dige5tive ¬
gestive and is most effective in cases c ses of dyspepsia and habitual consti constipation constipili constipatios ¬
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Iments ments I positively assert that I am giving to the world the greatest greateststomach greateststomach greateststomach
stomach blood heart and nerve tonic known to mankind mankindI
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as ncwj new will make good rich blood and build up the th nervous system will willdo willdorway willdo
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other o her injurious stimulants stimulantsA 1
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stimulant stim t Alcoholic atimufcmts 8timU stimulants1 nts lift but let you fall PAW PAW PAWUTTS PAWLIFTS i
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then tell his firleJitte what he think of it itI Iti
I i want every mother to introduce Paw Paw into hef he home home It It will wm prove proves provesI p o e a
ready agent in curing and warding off many diseases
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drug storffaad ask for Paw Pawbe Paw he will have no further U ue e tot whisky beer
or other alcoholic stimulants stimulantsI sUmUiantsIbeJle
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