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JudgiBIViner Judg iudMj eMifi r Substituted SubstitutedD SubstitutedDavid David vid H Cannon Named Pd Pdor ForEIt ForEItor orEle t l lor
or Has Three Wives Living LivingHis His Qpnsent QQn ent to With Withdrawal Withdrawal Vithdrawal
drawal Secured by Telephone Telep one onei
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Fottewlns Foufn a threat by Charles Charlea Mos Mostyn Mostn Moetyn
tyn Owen to make trouble if the poly polygajtiist polyuniet pygamist
ajtiist were were not removed from the ticket ticketnlthfn tl Ueketwithin t twlthlh
within twentyfour hours OUrB and reall realliug realliug relIztht
iug that a grave political mistake had Itadlieen ItacllJcen hadbeen
been made in the selection D the Repub Repubf flepubtenn Republican ¬
lican f n state committee last 1 a t night nl re removed re remoed removed ¬
moved the name of David > avid H Cannon Cannonof
of SL SLGeorge George from the ticket and sub substituted substituted subtitute4 ¬
stituted the name of Judge James A AMiner 4 4ZtUner AMher
Miner Of C Salt Lake Mr cannon was wasnominated Wasnominated wa wanominated
nominated for or presidential preslden tJal elector on onthe Ohth onthe
the < first ftrstballot ballot in the convention con ntion Thurs Thursday Th Thda Thureday ¬
da day night nightMr BightMr nightMr
Mr Cannon is a brother of the late latePresident latePresident latePresident
President George Q Cannon and of offormer offormer ofi
i former President Angus us M Cannon of ofSalt OfSalt C Cr
r Salt Lake As Aspresident pnt peetdent dent of the St StGeorge StGeorge StGeorge
George temple be has been prominent prominentin
in southern Utah f ror r many years and andlias andbaa
baa 18 three wive i now living 1iin lIe is said saidto saidto saidto
to be about 79 O years ears of age ageLetter ageLetter ageLetter
Letter Prom Nephew NephewCommunication NephewCommu NephewCommunication
Communication Commu ication was established estbU hed with withhim withhim withhim
him yesterday and a d a as a result re u1t the folr folrlowing fol folowin fohlowing
lowing owin letter was U submitted 8Ubml ted to the thestate thestate theMate
state committee last night bt by his hisnephew hISllephewj hisliephew
nephew Oe 000tge rg M K Cn Cannon Olt of Salt SaltLake stLake SaltLake
Lake
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To the Honorable Chairman and endMembers andMembers andMembers
Members of Ute State Committee of ofUtah atUtahGeBllemen ofUtahGentlemen
Utah UtahGeBllemen Gentlemen I 1 have today re received re receed recelved ¬
ceived from David H Cannon of St StGeorge Stoorg StGeorge
George WasUngton county Utah Utabtelephone a atelephone atelephone
telephone message mee requesting me methrough utethrough ianthrough
through your committee to thank the theRepublican theRepublhan theRepubikan
Republican party for the honor Ohor eon conferred eonferred eonferred
ferred in nominating him as a pre presidential prestdent i
f dential dent fill id elector upon the Republican JtepubHcanticket Republicanticket Republicanticket
ticket ia thi this state but declining the thenomination thelIominaUenbecauae thenomination
nomination lIominaUenbecauae because of the impossibil impossibility ¬
ity of leaving lea vjng his usual work at t the thetime Utetime thetinie
time hi his services rvices as an elector e tor would wouldbe would1M wouldbf
be required I am instructed to tender tenderhis teMerhis tenderhis
his declination Iination thus promptly in order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the vacancy on the ticket may 1 be befiHed befilled e efilled
filled as authorized by the state con convention conentlon conYenton ¬
vention and that the committee tOlIu tUee may maybe maybe maybe
be liNe ble to lICK while all the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee committeeare are present in Salt Lake LakeCily LakeCiLY LakeCLy
Cily Yours truly trulyGEORGE trulyG trulyGaRa1
GEORGE G GaRa1Chairman QRGE M CANNON CANNONChairman CAtNQNCh
Chairman Ch irinan Sprys Statement StatementSupplementing StatementSuPJtlemeating StatementSuplemeathig
Supplementing th the letter Chairman Chllin8pr Chalaaanspry ChairmanHpry
spry of the state committee comm ttce made madefollowing the thefollowing thefolluwing
following statement statementMr lItateIDent lItateIDentCaD
Mr > OaBlwn CaD is pvesMent asMent t of the St StGeorge Stleorge StGorge
George temple and has charge of all allthe allIhe
the 1 he temple tEmp w work rk there > He not only onlytakes onlytakp onlytakes
takes great I > at pride Jn his work work wor but en endeavors ep endeaors ¬
deavors to do as much of it as 8 he can canwithout canwithout canithout
without assistance During the month monthof
of January the people especially in the theagricultural tileBlTkultural theagrleultural
agricultural districts have more time timeon timeun timeon
on their hands than at any other period periodof od oduf
of I the year far and do most I of their tem temple temple ternpie ¬
ple work in that month The trip from fromSt fromt
St t George would be a hard one for forman a aman aman
man of Mr Cannons age duriag the themiddle Utemiddle themiddle
middle of the winter These reasons reasonstvith reBoDswith roasoaswith
with the further one that Mr Cannon Cannondraws C lnoondraws Cannondraws
draws a salary for his al work actuated actuatedhim actuatedhim actuatedL
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him in declining the nomination nominationThe lI nominationThe mintlonThe
The discovery that a polygamist lJt had hadl badDut hadput
l H n put on the ticket added to the thebitterness tbebitterDeti thebitterneus
bitterness left behind by the conven convention eot1Veftt coavention ¬
tion t lon had a most discouraging effect on onthe ont onthe
the t he committeemen committ men They The made a aprompt aompt aprompt
prompt ompt effort to gather themselves themselvesand themselvesnnd themselvesand
and unanimously agreed g to tender the theacant theaeant theacant
acant post to Judge Miner a Gentile Gentileand Gentilelnd Gentileand
and a prominent member er of the t party partyJudge partJudhe partsJudge
Judge liner was reched re4 reached bef by telephone telephoneit
it his bis home b me arid agreed to accept the theplace tlteJlace theplace
place The circumstances of the Ut with withdrawal wlthI ¬
drawal I ra wal of Mr Cannon were not ex explained exJlained cxplained ¬
plained to Judge Miner who was giv given ga gatI glvtfl ¬
en the assurance that everything was wasall wasall wasaU
all right and that a full explanation explanationwould expIaDtIoDQuid explanationucuid
would Quid be b made today todaySPRY todaySPRY todaysrtr
SPRY FOR CTrTATRMAy CTrTATRMAyTooelc CHAIRMAJiTooele CEAIRMANToocic
Tooelc County Man NanSucceeds Succeeds James JamesH James1L amee ameeB
H Anderson AndersonWilliam AndersonWilliam AndersonWilliam
William Spry of Tooele county was waseterdft7 masvosuerday 88 88terda
vosuerday terda unanimously lmoualy chosen to sue suci sueOed sueeed
i Oed James H Anderson of Salt Lake Lakeas Likas
as chairman of the Republican state statecommittee adateommlttee stateeommtttee
committee The meeting of the tb new newcommittee n newtommlttee w wonnr
committee onnr t was held in the Cache Cachecounty Cachecounty Cachecounty
county headquarters at the Wttatm Wttatmhotel Wiionhotel jQD jQDhotel
hotel hotelAt hotelAt hotelAt
At a second meeting of the commii commiitee comnItee
tee hi intte tt n1e evening the substitution of ofJudge ufJudge ttJudge
Judge Miner as candidate for presi presidential pre predt presidentai ¬
dential dt > nttaJ elector in place of D H Can Canron Canroon Canoa
ron oa was made and a general gen raJ discus discussion d discussion U8 U88ion ¬
sion of the situation was indulge 1 in inby inby j
by the few memoers mem t8 of the committee committeepresent committeepresent
present presentMr Jlre8 presentMr nt ntMr I
Mr Spry is known to be an earret earretworker earjetworker I Iorkef
worker whih hirh is one comfort the party partyleaders partyaders
II IIIfoaders
leaders aders derive der t from the sad situation situationconfronting situHOtIOnfronting sltuatiotnfrontUig
confronting them th m in the state The Thenew Thenew I
new committee is composed in JaJbpart large Jargpart largepart
part of young you and agsreasiTe rea lTe men but butthey btthey
they th are all working orkJn under a handi handicap hamllcap handicap ¬ I
cap Even the committee to divMed in inone inone inone
one respect Several of the members membersANOTHER memlArANOrHER memljeisANOTHER
ANOTHER NINTH GRADE GRADEHigh GRADE1Iigh GRADEBigh
High School Course to be Tuugt at atBryant atBryant atBryant
Bryant School SchoolThe SchoolThe Shoo1The
The coramtttifJU commit SeacJtwa eacbia < aDd d cheef IclMer IclMerork seboofork cheefvork
vork ork of the TjfSm of ettacalhm met metj t te ts
j s esterday e aftenMMi an In n the omce ri olileeIresldent or orIle8Ideot f fIresWent
IresWent Oscar Moyle and decided to totake totake totake
take out the eighth ade deof of the Bry Bryant DtyBill 13ra ¬
ant a I school and substitute n1t tltut the nInth Mnthgrade JIfntlagrade nInthgrade
grade of the high hi school cttrricuiui cttrricuiuiHeretofore cvn1uIuHeretofore urrleuIu urrleuIuHeretofore
Heretofore there has been one high highschool Jtlpl5hool IILS IILSsthoot
school grade in this tbi school aud d wJQi wJQithe W ttJi ttJithe
1 the addition of this other grade gradeGrammar tfe tfegrammar t tgrammar
grammar school will become becomea alm almOst almOsta Mt Mta
a high school schoolAustin 8 schoolAustin bool boolAUtitin
Austin P Lairabee Lali ee a former assist assistant aJIIIiIItant assistant ¬
ant at Harvard was engaged as in instructor hi hiftructor Inetructor ¬
structor in biology for the West side sidehigh Idel1igh sidehigh
high school hooJ Miss Mabel Jones Ton 9 wa wahired W88 W88hired wnshired
hired to teach t > ah English in the same sameschool P Pamiehool
school Miss Jones is a graduate of f lntel th thSalt the thealt theSalt
Salt alt Lake high school and holds a1 a1diploma a adiploma adiploma
diploma from Oberlin college Tha Thacommittee Tkl Tklommltt flncommittet
committee ommltt wil n recommend to the hoard hoardtho boaritlm boardthQ
tho purchase of a piano for the Lafay Lafayette Lata7cUe Lafalecite
cUe school schoolThe schooll j
l The pay roll for J he month of o August Auguctltas Auguefhas i ihas
has been made out so that the clerical clericalfqr6e tlericirJfQT c1ericrjforfie
fqr6e fQT and the rhool janitors can canc r rb rbcelve i ic
c celve tve ve fhlir their Checks today though they theywift theyin tiie tiiewill
will in be dated August 31 The Therq roll r4Uamounts rollamounts l
amounts to iZiM iZiMt 2566
t
h bIoii IQq oig to factions f eUO ns that lhatwere were Qefeatsd Qefeatsdin 6 e eLeatedIn eatad eatadin
in the convBOtion and fears are en entertsined entermlnec1 entertained
tertsined t that they will net labor us ustlfy asttopy isttr
tlfy would ulci b Iu W d things gone their way wayThe wayIM wayThe
The ut t that but nine or ten connnlt connnltI connmtl1Aeifteli
I l1Aeifteli teemed appeared at t the meeting last lastnight IIt iattnlgkL t tlnlrkt
lnlrkt night although ugh many more were in inthe inI Inthe
the city is taken to mean that muny munyof nunyot mtnyo
of o Ute new aue nembers hers are indifferent IndlKer nt as asto 18to noto
to the management gftDeDt of the campaign campaignSomething campaigRSotneUdug eampaIgnSomethIng
I Something has got to b done to get geteverybody geteverylipdy et etemy
everybody emy ptF in line right away or we weare weare weiae
are gone said a member of the com comi cornuzittee
i i mittee last night The Kearns crowd crowdto
i to sore Wefor county IOunt te sore men we we1uIve weI j jhold
I 1uIve been d TepedIug t1Clug on refuse to tate tatelbld takeI
I hold and am to bf b honest with ftb yop She Shetiring ihetiring he hetiDg
tiring looks had d to me One of the comr comrmit c cOmrmlt5teciieu m mmltffen
mit mltffen caiensuggested ugnted ted today tOOa that wf wfJ W Wget weget
J get together and premise e Reams the thesenatorsfcii theLaenatorsl
senatorsfcii P > to keep him in line but butthat butj
j that wont go through because tliej U1e1I tlie tlieSmoot
Smoot crowd wouldnt stand for it itI It ItWe ItWe
I I We are going to try to srmooth th thi the thet
i thing over as as soon as we caw but the theouttook theI theoutldGk
I outtook outldGkAt is bad badi badAtt1te
i At Att1te the meeting eetlng of tLfe tL committee in inthe inthe inthe
the fqrenoon the name of Jesse M Mi MOInILh I IRmUh
RmUh of fDa Davj county was suggestm suggestmfor
i for chairman with the explanation explanationI
I that the name Was offered in the belief beliefi beliefthpt
i thatthe th thpt tpt selection of an antiCutler antiCutlerelements antiCutlerI
t I man man might tent to dra draw the warrIng warrIngelemeuts warringelements
elements together Mr r SmitL was not nota notc nota
a candidate c for the place ft was an announced anDouheed announeed ¬
nounced When a majority of the ihecandidates 1henldats theeantlidates
candidates expressed exp a preference for forMr forMr forMr
Mr Spry the name of Mr Smith was wasat V3Sat Wasat
at once withdrawn from consideration considerationand
and Mr Spry elected by acclamation acclamationWesley accI acclamationWesley matfon matfonWesley
Wesley K i Walton ralton of Rich county countywas countywas unt untas
was as unanimously u nhnouely chosen cbo n first vice vicechairman vIcecnarman vicechairman
chairman H Bulien Jr of Cache sec second S Sond second ¬
ond vice chairman and W F Adams Adamsof
of Salt Lake treasurer The selection selectionof
of a secretary was left with Mr Spry Sprywho Sprywho Sprywho
who will name the man within a few fewdays fewdaye fewdaya
days Headquarters will be opened in inSalt JPSalt inSalt
Salt Lake early next month monthMr monthMr monthMr
Mr Spry is a native of England and andfl andla andis
fl la 40 ygRix old He came to Utah Utahwhen Utakwhen Utahhen
when hen a boy bC of 10 years and lived in inSalt iRSalt litSalt
Salt Lake until twelve helveyean years yea ago when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he moved to Gran GrantsvUre tsville He is en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in farming and milling in Tooele Tooelecounty Too Tooelecounty Je JecouRty
county Mr Sjfry S1 ryw was one of the Mc McKinley McKinley MeKiuley
Kinley Kepublfeans of Utah in 1896 1896and 1S1J6ed 1806siipr1ded
and siipr1ded presided ed over the state convention conventionat
at act ft 1 Plep Pleasant ant He was county col collector collector calloctor ¬
lector of Tooele TOO 1e county during 1S95 1 and And18il
1866 3JMtwIIB and was alnember a of the lower lowerItthfee low lowerhdiise r rh
Itthfee hi i Mi ihe test 1Q5tlwlaI lagl laglaiature laglaiatureIt1aae4d ature atureItissa turtni
Itissa ni It1aae4d < id ti tIIatAtt that at Andarpons rsolts retirement retfiementas ralh en
as chairman malJqBes dags nptmean no note his retire retirepjeitt retrent retiremciii
pjeitt nt fw paw iH ltlcg He will take the theis theJk the3UiMMjMe
3UiMMjMe Jk ticket tU6 fA1 w11 w11Is wbk wbkIs
is a bit of good news for the Demo DemoPOLITICS DemoPOilTICS DemoPOLITICS
POLITICS POilTICS AND HEAKTH HEAKTHEffort irEALT1E irEALT1EEff BALT BALTBffort
Effort Eff rt to Parcel Parcel Parce1Sttto State Board Board oard as Pat Patronage Patronage Patronage ¬
ronage Denounced DenouncedA
A dl difficulty between bets an two Salt Lake Lakedelegates Lakedelt Lakedelegates
delegates delt ate in the convention on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day gives Tb rise to a belief that an at attempt a atempt atteinptin ¬
tempt teinptin Is under way wa to make the state stateboard stte1HNml statebosid
board of c health pact of the sCttte po poi poUticalPtroqage political
i UticalPtroqage litical patronage Medical men a dt1 nd ndvthev d dothsv
othsv v afltoeas eJate S who appreciate the thew0ric thct thewqrk
w0ric ef the boferd were unanimous un un nlnious l US in indta JUte indesong
t dta desong um ng the proposition It is said saidan saidan saidan
an effort to rebmrd war political work by hymaking bym4ii
making m4ii g a change in the secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board te Hinder ndPr consideration In Inotl Inn Inothat
otl othat n r states s Uie aeoietary of the state statehoard stateboard stateboszd
hoard ef JiMflit 1 In raaay cages has liash 1a88heICt hasheld
h held Mt tins i if ofil te e f < twenty or thirty thhnyyears thfrt thfrtI thirtyyesm
years and tit the care of the states health healthis
is wholly removed from the realm of ofpolitic o opoUtica ofpolItic
I politic politicBeret poUticaBeret polIticleiet
Beret CMe the board in Utah tahha8 tahha8bee has hasbeen hasbeen
been kefl ke fttt C politics OIitt and there ap appears apt apI ¬
I pears to be no general ge eral demand < n the thepmrt therMrt theI
t I tit af the people of the state for the thet
t removal of the man who has given givenI Ji glirenyears tn
I yearsof panf years of hard labor to the perfection perfectionof
of a systoth t to safeguard th tM r health of ofthe ofthe o othe
the public in Utah But as s the law lawnow JawhOW lawnew
now reads te appointment of a sec secretary StCretary seerotary ¬
retary i ill not in Ute bands of the theellaOr gov governor goverher ¬
ernor but of the t board itself it f which whichch who whoIts whlcehoojes
ehoojes ch o e8 Its own secretary t tO o the mat matter mt mtttl mattee ¬
tee te not likely to cause cau muck muehcUe muehcUeturlMDee die disturbance dieturbnce ¬
turbance turbanceSummit turlMDeeSummit turbnceSummit
Summit County Delegates DelegatesPark DelegatesPark DelegatesPark
Park City Attg 2i 2Tbe The Democrats Democratsof DelftOr DelftOrof
of Park P rJt City held a convention this thisevening tblsI thIsevening
evening pveniD for the purpose e of choosing ch chdplegate
I delegates to the county count y convention conventionwhich convemlonwhich conventionwhich
which will he held at Coalviile on A AThe Aug g
39 The following foJlowl g deie del dnIegates Ues es were wereeboen wereehoaen er erfebofeo
> eboen George Smttb C W lair lairPeter MalePeter 3tr 3trPe
febofeo Peter Pe pr Clark rk G Duckin C B Shields ShieldsJ S eids eidsJ
J J W Geiger Get J Jame Jamce m Byrne J F FWfteK FWst
WfteK WWI1LJ Wst J 1 < OHara 0 Hala SI l J 1 MeLawjh MeLawjhImrJohn Jd JdUn MeLauhht
Un ImrJohn ht Jo John Flts Fttagerald tsrald B MclH MeLunuugh MeLunuughFred > nut rh rhFred b bFred
Fred Swith J B Cline P H Tajkm TajkmJoseph T Th1enJoseph Ian IanJ
Joseph J ph Wilcox G B l CusfctagA Cusking A Jt JtWeeter Jt JtWeoeter ILWeeter
Weeter E Eo W Berry J r W v Patrick PatrickHenry PdtrirkHeftry PatrickHenry
Henry Cbnton Dan GalHvaii JohnCarroll John TobnCaITOl TohnCarroll
Carroll James JamssHoweH How HOWdl ell L J Aubrey AubreyWaiten AU AUWaten AubreyWaiton
Waiten to be NamedState NamedState Named NamedState
State Committee Committeeman fmau > maJi Wesley V y K KWalton 1 1WaltOft KWalton
Walton of Rich county will m probaoly probaolyi proba ly
i be mnnhnoaMy Ullan y nominated for the ttete ttiestate
I state te Senate nate by the t Republican dfetrict dfetricteonventioa di6rlcteonventi dkHctetnventIen
eonventioa lt at Lay Laywn ton today It was wasannounced was7f8terday was03U10u0c04
announced yesterday that Mr Wai Waitovs Waltens aJ aJtoD
tens toD only onl opponent John Crofi ro of ofMorgan o ohad ofMorgan
Morgan had withdrawn withdrawnMORTON wlthMatAD1ItORTON wtthdraanNOBTON
MORTON AT HIS DESK DESKWashington DESKWulriJt DESKWashington
Washington WulriJt Oft Aug A 26 iMr Mr Morton Mortonsecretary Mortone
secretary e of o the navy was again at his hisde hisuk hisdesk
de desk uk k at the
navy department after > an anabsence anabrnf anatscnee
absence of fcevefal weeks Jc He H will ill soon sooncommence sooncommtftte sooucommence
commence worjt Of upon pon his annual anpual report
In view of f the speech esch h recently recntIy Rt1V made
in iTricago advocating ad atblg the larg Ia isrgeg rt R8 av >
in tnt the world the bureau chiefs of the thepart thepartincnt
department part < wJ1t are hopeful that his esti estinmtes estIn1tes estimates
mates to congress COJIF will HI be genewius genewiusSBNTENOHD gene1QUlsa geneiusSNTBNorjyj
a 0 0SBNTBNOBD
SBNTENOHD TO D ATH DEiATiit ATS ATSt
SLPelersburg t Petersburg Aug 26 It is report
ed Jhat that SameMtan the assassin of Von
Flffeve 1tye has b bn n sentenced aentenc to death deathand deathand eath eathand
and that th t thetntpoe c tentence tenoe is l now before lff re
the poeror nernr r The reoorte Ie which wl c have ha
been circulated MIC1I d about Samsonoff Sam a lZ hay ka
Ing escaaM and afeo Io that he was dead deadare deadare deadare
are declared to be false falseBJJTB f fc falsefl4TB
c sa 0 0MTE
BJJTB WAB ON ONOnmh ONOmRM ONOmaha
Omaha Neb Aug A 26 Z6Tbe The action of o
the l Itrion nfon Pacific mad ro d and orher ot1u r lines tn tnmaking hiinaltin
making tDk ap s low through rat on wire aad aadU aJMIlr011f
lr011f trolW c Cago go t to it Col Colorado nrado common commonpoints n ntll
= points U caasea llled a commotion among am loral Joaalia locat3obbem
3obbem biters in tbaa those commtxlities The rat tatc1oef rate ratlocs
doss < not notproYkje provide a proporOowate le eat from fr m
Omaha 0 to the we woof t and permits f Chicago Chleasoand Chicagoaisi Ieat
and Ds MWnas houses to hlpt shlptsOmaita shlptsOmaitatrkucy Omaha OmahatIT i it
t tIT trkucy fTi > o eheajjer be er than the local mea m I IIrt
Irt v Vljrovutu i > r0 is HOt m rrtst est t is being mad < > to tb the tbPMj1dS ther4d I Ipt
Mj1dS r4d run1lh runatng W west 8r and the they are bf being J JwtttidemandS
hsd pt m rfi with wtttidemandS demands for a proportion proportionate pro rtlon rtlonat ¬
ate at Cut ct t to the w went t I
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lief JletGf h1etotthe oC th the war offiCe offi that the eastern easternsituation easternsttuaUon easterwsitualion
situation is a feint is t well founded or ornot ornot orhot
not it is is evJdentlrd et1dentiromssociated mAS5 vASsociated iated Press Pressdispatch Pressdispatch Pressdispatch
dispatch from Katilxerturn seven sevenmiles sevenm sevenmiles
miles m ps southeast of Liao Yang YaR that thatheavy thathoovy thathetVy
heavy fighthig flbht is ntfw In progress on onthie OnU Otttte
thie U eastern front of die Russians If Ifthe IfUI Ifthe
the UI Japanese J are arproeMding proceeding hi a great greatattack greatattack greatattack
attack by feint so o henry it should shouldnot 5houJdnot shouldnot
not be long before a ltaUIc battle develops developsIt
It is evident the heai heet gt force = f is gen general glnentl general ¬ I
eral KnroMs and th4 tlu probably the themain themain h hrna1n
main attack will b Ite i e riveB V ft In from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the southaaM soutb against Liandiansian LiandiansianIn
In the tb thJneaptime jneantime Ume if the precedcBts of ofthe oftl1f ofthe
the cal casspklgp tP n COt the activity at atPort atPort at atPort
Port Artmin should expsrieuce a let letup letup lettip ¬
up while the UI attention of the t J Jpn Jpnee Jtpanme > pan panese
ese is concentrated agxipst Liao Yang YangDESPERATE YangDESF YangDESSRA
DESPERATE DESF DESSRA RATE ATTACK ATTACKJaps ATTACKJaps ATTACKJaps
Japs Confident of offiturzng Capturing Liao XoaoLiao LiaoYang LiaoYang
Yang YangLiao YangLio
Liao Yaoo Ya Aug 2J LDried Delayed in intianemission inttaIUCll IntiansrnisaloajAecordhig
tianemission ttaIUCll tiansrnisaloajAecordhig 88ioDAcco According to the t best beetinformation bestinformation bestJflformktloa
information obtainable the Japanese Japanesewere JapanHertre Japeneietere
were prepHraif for if desfteraie d e attack attackon at ack ackon
on List Yang in which the Chinese Chinesesay Chlneocsay Chinesemy
say they dr Ire confldent of ofSIee success successSiege anccesoSiege
Siege gntil hjtve Ye been sent from Yte Ytekow y ykow YIakow
kow to Ttjcbefciao Intended for floe itaeagainst U8I8gatn floeagainst
against Qonentl t KnroptrtWns position positionA slt1on slt1onA
A curioju eu indhiatkHi at the Japanese JapanesepoaiUoiw JapalJesepaUo Japanesetloia
paUo poaiUoiw tloia fcfcaie 3e 1tJIe methodical preparationfor preparation preparationthausaml 1TCPtaLIOnfat
for tl n f Wg b4 hattie ls the fact that ten tenthousand en entlHNlsand
thousand wooden boxes in whieh hleh It Itis itIs ftIs
is mtended Intend to place tire ashes of the thekilled tbek thekilled
k killed led who are to be cremated on the thebattleneM thebattlfo thebattlefield
battlefield eM have been delivered d in the theneighborhood theneiJhborhood thenelhborhood
neighborhood of Liao Yang Ya g and that thaten th8elSl1 thateI
elSl1 eI huudrf d Chmeb ve been en engaged en ensased engaged
gaged co barn 1J the bodies of those who whomay w whoiiay o o118Y
may 118Y be kfledV kfledVJapanese kJ
kJFROM
FROM FntWG Iit LINE LIltEJapane LINEJapanese
Japanese c Again AgainTake Take Possession by bySurprise bySurprise bySurprlsc
Surprise SurpriseKantzertttn SurpriseKaft SurprlscKntze
Kantzertttn Kaft Kntze tvn faefta aerea evenmiI miles s southeast of ofLaio o oLa1oy ot otLio
Laio La1oy Tan r Avg 4 Contrary to the theexpectation Uteec theexpectatlo
expectation ec of jftj f the ttussiaus the Jajahese TaJ TaJanese Tapanese <
anese ahese are begioning begDR to advance a v along alongthe a10hbthe alongthe
the whole line cf the Russian eastern easternfront eatIt eatIttront estetnfront
front On the moriting mo g of August 21 21there 1 1tbere tthere
there was a a rifle skirmish 1 and the next nextday n nxtday t tday
day the Japanese Jpa artfll artilJ8t r > opened fire fireOn lireOn fireOn
On both days the lirteg erased 1IId at dusk duskan 00 00and duskand
an and < i the small energy displayed by the theJapanese tlwJapaae tIuJapanese
Japanese e might have been taken to toindicatq tobKlIcater toindIcate
indIcate tAstt that Jt t was 5 Dtta mteiy m ely a demon demonatratlOR demonatraUoR demOnstratton
stratton of reconftofemice t in force forceOn turceOn beenOn
On the morning of August 2 21 however howevertho howevert howeverthe
the t be rta rI and artillery Arc was af reftewed reftewedwith reaeeflItb reOewelwith
with Itb an energy that left teftlIO no doubt that tlmta
a severe te en battle was intended intendedThe Inte1ldedThe IntendedThe
The Japaajise J puaherf their t lr attack attackAtAnfrt aUu aUuallMMt attackasinst
AtAnfrt the lennaisit TOM ° i8it JI ri r1ht rht t flank and ten renter tentee n ntr ¬
tee concf ceocentraling rrtraflns their 49r ftrto on the Fiot Fiotbattery PilJtbttry Fhtbattery
battery of the Third brigade Three of officers oCfi1B offleets
fleets and setoral ie rjU men w W4tP v woundwl woundwlnariy WundedMrI woundailenrly
nariy In the day but the battery held Its Itsposition ItspMiUon Itstloa
position tloa lied replied to the Japanese fir firwith fir1U fIrwith
with 1U a swemaiitod K < tejwu MIVkede tl eSUxi that General Generaltvanoff Gfft Generalivanoff
tvanoff ww > comniH esmOMsie tls1b l ii late General GeneralKellers GennHKeU GetterstKeIiers
Kellers KeU rs coraei Of sent a QQShLtiatory cQP riUiiiatory me mefsage toP toPlIIiJe nunsee
see to lt stO commander The Japanese Japaneseseveral Jap Japaneseseveral l f feraJ
several eraJ times MUnVC OZIIILM 4 to R cross rves the tbloDaD tbloDaDkJe Tan Tankie TankIn
kIn river but butOfftt ant ordy I < few f rucceeoeA arid aedt aridthese ed edth
th t these s were farord tohid tohios Jn In th u fieMU fi feld ef efhoi ofCnee C Cc
c Cnee tOr1 rOrit rOritAt
41 S dck tb t he rtJJl itidrffire I nre Mruae as asho ashal
hoi as it ws at VfttftigiKr clnGiW but ItHbe ItHbetuHlod Itf St 111
consWerabry OIISIder and eeeaiaiooaity oroaaOBaliy Y the theR cl1cR1Is tileRussian
Russian R Bel fire n almost aocaued that of fke fkeTJIell K KJapanese rcTa >
Japanese Ta aneee The j JditftIR4n htll4u ii f Iiii t tencuts rrei b at atftbek at f fottbck I Iobek
ottbck ftbek but it d9 not op the tb fighting fightingaMfl n fightingaitil htin htinaJ
aMfl aJ late hi the evening several Russian RumiancempanH RUNdaBc RussiancopsnIcs
cempanH c panw > moved IDOV forward ro d to the attack attackfct attaek1t attackIt
fct is not yet possible po to state u tr posttiveix posttiveixthat fOIiItheire pMttveIthrpsuIt
thrpsuIt re or tMbatt but Its it is as sertel sertelthat ed eddIat
that the Russians were successful su ful There TTtweIs T1 re reIs
Is prospect t of more fighting tomorrow tomorrowPOBTRTHrjR ktmoITOVPOB tomorrowPoRltiEtJR
POBTRTHrjR POB PoRltiEtJR AR SIEGE SIEGEEumor SIEGEnwbor SIEGEBurlor
Eumor nwbor That Ditoct Assaults au1ts Will be beAbandoned beand beAbandned
Abandoned AbandonedParis AbandnedParis and ned nedParis
Paris Aug 37 3iT1teTokto 37The The Toklo correspond correspondait corrE5PondNt
tat ef the lilatilt Ctadechmts declarss JQr that the Japan Japanese Japanese Japaneso ¬
ese mntet mln minister r of Qtwar war has confidently In Informed informed informed ¬
formed h hi his colleagues c 8 that here thereIs 1s no noHspe
of taking Port Airline by bJdtrect direct as assault 38nult
nult and Ilnatjat that long operations tons will bo bonecessary bun beneeessary
necessary n ss8r Therefore Qreffrefhe the Tnjnister has hasflfrdorc4
Field l eJd Marshal Qyaroa to avoid avoidtacks atH atHtaeks at attacks
tacks entailing heavy a tostfe This Tbi th throrr thMfTl thcorrespondot
MfTl correspondot rorr 8pOoo6ntM8 > > spond int says has been concealed ceocealsdfrom couccaItfrom concealedrum
from rum the ht public
S
VIGOROUSWORK BEGUN BEGUNHustling BEGUNHustling BEGUNHustling
Hustling at the National Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic
cratic Headquarters H in inNeW inNev inNew
NeW York YorkNew Yorkcw YorkNew
New cw York Aug 26 26Daxid Daarid B JJUl JJUlwas aluwas ijtiIlwas
was again inthe city today and satra satranumber S awanumber a anU
number nU nber of state and national n tfoJlaljell tfoJlaljellticJans eli eliticians rfitictens
tictens HaLhad had a long cenferenee t8neren withCbalrmanSheeh withCbaltmanSheehan with withChaitmanSheehan
ChaitmanSheehan lt of the tbenatlonal nationaJr exf exfccutive cx cxutie cxecutive
ccutive utie committee and he aIde aJ aIdethe o vfttp at ttbe i itbo
the Democratic state sta te Headquarters Jle lleadqugrtersChairman dgu rlert rlertChalnngn i iChairman
Chairman Sh Sluxhan enaa a took active charge rhargof rharb8 rharb8of chargeof
of affairs today todayat at the executive f xe uUVf cont contmittee eommittee l1I l1Imlttee
mittee rooms and received a stwi st steam steastream r rsixeam
stream eam of politirianf from New Yorfc York I Ias
as well as fromother from other states statesColonel statesColonel statEsColonel
Colonel Henry Watterson of the theLouievUle tll5Loul th thLou1stille
LouievUle Loul Ule Courferv CouyterJournal Journal was at atheadquarters atl1eadq athead4
headquarters l1eadq ttrs lo oc9terrins ning fwith Vice VicejChairman Vi Vip Vicehaltman
jChairman p altman DeiancyJ NteoU Nlc U and adwo Seer Seemiary
Ian Woods wo Woodsh odS h > rlgardteg wrdtft tie comIngcqbveilthi1i coming j jcQhvenfldlj
cQhvenfldlj cqnt t1tldfl > of Q D DCtatC fecrattc t1ifeomfnGj rtitDrj i iNew SNew id idNew
New York otk City Mr rwatt Watter Wattorother 4 4other ii St Stother
other prominent Democratic newspaper newspapermen newspapermen j
men have taken an active 3rth iiftereaf triter eI In fni Inthis 1
i this matter malterHerm Herman n Ridder Rldclerd of f the theNew theNew j
New Yorker YorkerStaats Staats Zeitung bane81 banns barieBV
V Knapp of the St St Louis Republic Republicand RepUblicand
and other members of the commjt comiptte 1t ea eahaving 1 I Ihaving 1
having charge of the > arrangements arrangementshave arrangeni nts ntshave
have notified the national committee committeethat eornrsftlethat OIIImfUt OIIImfUtthat
that they the will do their utmost ut 16St to assist assistin sshain
in making the t th convention a p sueeess sueeessIt U eceB eceBIt lg50 lg50It
It is said that from lOQO to 1209edi 1209editors J edt et1rtOnJ edttoes ¬
toes will be present presentINJUNCTION presento presentINJUNCTIONAGA1NST
I IINJUNCTION
INJUNCTION INJUNCTIONAGA1NST AGAINST AGAINSTSTRJKERSJER o GAltJST > vt vty C CSTRIKERS
y STRJKERSJER STRIKERS PERM PERMANENT PERMANENTLos ANENT ANENTLos NENT NENTlAs
Los Angeles AnSe s Cal a1 Aug Huu HuuWelJbo111 2tTude 2tTudeWehhborn Judce Judcecourt
WelJbo111 of the United Sttterrcn SttterrcnCAJrt States 1ktuft 1ktufteut
court has made permanent t the tem temporary tempor3r tenporarr ¬
porary por3r injunction Iniu ctlon issued several Yeral weeks weeksago weuago weeksngo
ago restraining the striking boiler boilermakers hailermakern ner nermakers
makers of the th Santa Fe at Needles and andBakersfield andBake andBakersfield
Bakersfield Bake fteld from interfering with Jib the thecnerntkrs Uiecpemf theopemtiIs
cnerntkrs cpemf of the companys companystps sSpt sSptthose ri S at atthose t tthose
those jcvKts The iappH appnmtktn > aMoir i ipcrmaneni for a aprmanent apermaneni
pcrmaneni injunction against agal t the th strflc strlkrera strflcera Rt 1
era at t San Bernardino w was a taken un under untier ¬ i
tier advlsemffht 1t on a question of ntdiction jQ Jpris Jprisdktion 3 I
dktion A number of strikers from fromthe ruin ruinthe J Jthe
the latter glace who were sammoned sammonedbefore sunun nidb d dbtfore
before b fore the court to answer fir fIba a charge chargeof I
of contempt of court for vfolatftta vlOl the thetemporary theteinponiry
temporary quitted restraining order were ere ac acquitted sequitted ¬ I
e
MONEY NOHTNATBD NOHTNATBDLas NOMINATJID NOMINATJIDLas
Las Vegas N M Aug 2S 2L9l 1r tel telitorIa1 teeritorlal
ritorial Democratic convention tftdtiy 1fIinia ldttyadopted tftdtiyadopted
adopted a optcd resolutions declaring dedaril1gfcjf foreftigre foreftigrestatehood fos44lestatehood gle I
statehood George P Money M was nom nominated n riammated m ¬
for delegate d legate to odngrsf The Thevote TWvote Thevote
vote was Money 117 Jerry Slinpeon peon I IIG
15 0 CD CDBLACK
15BLACK
BLACK WRETCH HANGED HANGEDFOR HA HANGEDFOR JGEDJ JGEDJFOR
FOR DAMNABLE CRIMES CRIMESWashington CRIMESWashington
4 + Washington Aug Aug2iJhnur Aug2iJhnuriey 2 6J9hn J hn 5 uf ufley t 4
+ 4 ley a negro nc > gro was hanged here tete to totIflY f1 + f1day r rday
+ + day for criminal assault on a 4 4yearold + t i iJcarold
+ yearold girl committed commttt on JulY JulYUJOi t 41iQ tf
+ 13 UJOi 1iQ It was the first time Um the death eth ethpenalty + t tf 1 1eBalty
+ f penalty had been inflicted in 1h 1 the thef tbeDistrict theDistrict +
+ f District of Columbia for this o ofense ot < f
4 + fense An appeal to President PttSideRooscvelt 4 4Roosevett
4 + Booscvelt recently ntl for ctemeticy cleenc cleencresulted JeQl hc 4 + j jreSulted
+ resulted not only in a refusal bJttt iste 4 4f + 1
+ f coupled e upleil with it a scathing = thlng an U 4 4ralgnnicnt r i iralgnment
4 + raignment of the prisoner prisori tan6 stIll the + 4 4 4crime j
4 + t crime rlme me for which h he was convicted onvle 4 4The +
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + onvlef 4 + + f 4f 4f4 + + j jwwu
4 wwu 1 1j 1
iC I IThe j
I The Sunday inhIy Sferaid SferaidTlic tl faid a1u a1uIc 1 1ok
ok okk
k to tok
k Ic The Sunday Hersja wMl w > to temarrow tomorrow i
marrow as usual be D f frsltof HN f in i Inli ji jiwill
iC li letcBtt terentlug ge features ture6 Among Ut thtsu j i ik
k 3 will wlllbe be beMr beiI1
Mr iI1 Efboly UIY on the llU8oJap llU8oJapariose lturreJipK I Ik
k K arlene war waric warK i iHome
ic K Home Run Ilaggerty IlaggertyTh
Th T1ie s Marvelous Land tif < P Oz 01A OzA J JA 1
A Peg Legged Roraanecj by byJohn byJobnA byJohn
John JobnA A j ill j jFre 1 1k
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Ic IeUel1i Ietef Ietefrie i
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Th rie End of f the the4t SUJDII1ar q
iC thetPIke the mike by Franklin Pyles PylesTol F Fylesk 1 I
Ie k Tol Tohn > ii Kendrkk Ket drick BangsVrThe BangsVrTheGenlail BangsY BengssTheGenlan lIe
iC Genlail Idtot IdtotWalt s slc 1
t lc Walt Wa1t aioDougaJ MtDougniS t Ugals atorjp te f tie tieK r rPast rJc
Jc K diJldr ehIdr n n ncampttlgn I Ik
k catrttlztgn campttlgn 11anagtt8 Ianagems et efthe efthe9r Iho I
9r Past Pa t by Rufus Itocjcttdi Wit Wilson
4 3 son sonJohn John Mitcliells letter from froraEurope fromrope ftoiuEurope
Europe EuropeAnd rope ropek 5 5K
k K And there are a treat many t tJf I
k l hhCr ther features WJo wlio1t W wUa wUadbuiid IJ
< found > wellrth well worth
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UTAH LOSESTH LOSESTHCONGRESS LOSESTHE LOSESTHECONGRESS LOSES THE THECONGRESS
CONGRESS FIGHT FIGHTBaseless FIGHTt FIGHTBaseless FIGHTBaseless
t
Baseless Slanders Used to toHelp toHelp toS
S Help Out Denver DenverPORTLAND DenverI DenverORTlAND DenverORTLND
I
PORTLAND ENDORSES PENCE PENCESALT PENCESALT PENCESALT
+ +
SALT LAKE DELEGATION PASSES BASSESBESOLUTIONS PASSESRESOLUTIONS
1 RESOLUTIONS BESOLUTIONSSpecial RESOLUTIONSSpecial RESOLUTIONSSpecial
+
Special to The Herald HeraldANP HecaJdR HeraldflOnz
flOnz 0 ANP 4p Ore Aug A 26 26Utah Gl1ta Utah del deles dels 41AinerXrut
R s es to Che Amcriekn Atncrh n udniag udniagfor iag iagfor
9 g 1H jls he tbt tbtfor
for the permanent home of the co C IIgreas csr csrgreen r rgreae
green The vote iva was VnI8 Salt Laftefi9 Laftefi9Denver La1 LaIe e 91
Denver SS Little regret is felt by the thedelegation thepJghtiOfl
delegation at the tb loss l ss of the congress congressthough congress congressthough conressthough
though the maDDer manner of the tkeJoflS loss is de deplor dltilofPd dcpIoiid
plor ilofPd d and has aroused the bitterest bitterestfealing bitterestet1Ung bitterestrating
rating Had it not been for the patti positive pattitive ¬
tive instructions to get t the congress congressif
if possible the delegation ewuid have havewithdrawn havewithdrnn havewithdrawn
withdrawn Salt SlfItLakes Lakes candidacy soy several 5C 5CtAld8ysagO soycml ¬
eral tAld8ysagO tAld8ysagOFfW days ago agoFew S SFew
Few actual mining men were In at atteadtuice attendtu1 attendttnce
teadtuice tendtu1 It was a8 a gathering rather of ofmen ofmen ofnwn
men of other vocations and they in insmal inemail
email numbers at is demonstrated by bythe bythe
the total vote ot of 17 cast Q on the most mostimportant mostImprttrnt
bnprt important mt question q1Iefltiona ami 1 to obtain even evenihls eventhIs
number num 1 every expedient exp Jent was re resorted resorted ¬
sorted to by Denvers partisans partisansPowers partisansPowers
Powers in inaNewLight inaNewLightPrni a New Light LightProm Lightth
Prom the th beginning of the week the theUpripon theMprmon
Upripon question has been injected into intothe intotqe Intothe
the contest While Judge Powers w wa waP1 wapiiiking o omaking
making P1 kinS the address fot Salt Lak Ja a aiDenver atler aDoaver
iDenver tler man circulated about a Gut the hall hallfelling hail1Mh1ng
felling all who would listen that Pow Powers powera Powera ¬
era Is a Mormon bishop with ith two twowires twoht1i twow1yc
wires ht1i lie e repeated the assertion many manytiroes manyUrn manytm4s
tiroes Urn today and ontlneued the circu circulation circul circumUon ¬
lation l tJon of the st tory ry in in the corridors of ofthe oCthe oftirE5
the Portland hotels in the evening eveningBrjen eeningr1eB eveningliten
Brjen when hen hi his statement t was w wAs s thai chalkftigrd thaihaiged < hal hal1ft1gn1
kftigrd he maintained Its entire ac accuracy ateuracy c ¬
curacy curacyProfessor curacyPrOf euracyJrofeasor
Professor PrOf sor J T K l Talmage Talm e was sim similarly simiharly m m1JarJy ¬
ilarly described d Tibed as a polygamist with withfour withfour withfour
four wives wlY S These are samples samp ef the thekind tbekind thekind
kind of o campaign made against Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake The net result r ult was a sentiment sentimentthat entimentthat
that it was impossible Imp 85ible to combat combat Del Delegations Dele Delogations ¬
egations e tions that had been solemnly solemnlypjedged solemnlypJe solemnlypiedged
pjedged pJe sed to Salt Lake changed to Den Denver Denver Denvet ¬
ver Some cf them were got bt back but butnot butnot butnot
not many They believed so they theysaM OIea OIead theysid
saM d that giving the home of the ocn ocngress cciigrees n ngrees
grees to Salt Lake would benefit the theMormon theJdormon theJdorinpn
Mormon church This they proposed proposednot e enot
not to t do The more n re Conservative Conservativeneraber3 consenatheembers conservativeniernbera
embers of the delegation d egation Such nseh as asJohn a8J asjoi
John J joi h tDMt Dww have ba ve all along been doubt doubtful dCUbtor doubtcut ¬
cut of the vrtlue v hJ of f the Institution in tltattlon if ifabtsincd Ifebtalned Ifabtaried
abtsincd without cost OfIt ana aJ1 they did not notregard notregard notregard
regard it as nearly worth what wa was of offqred nfqrtd offired
fired This T ls afternooir after the settle settlement settlent settlement ¬
ment ent of the home question the Port Portla lortand
la J and nd d Rose association mJO < laUon an organization organizationOf
Of iodine dlea sent a fine bouquet to Pence PenceCornforth PenceComforth
Cornforth Made a Talk TalkIn TalkF
1 In I presenting it J C Cornforth of ofAlaska ofAlaska ofAlaska
Alaska made some sortie remarks marlm which hkh his hisutterance hisUtterance
utterance made partly inaudible H Hsaid He Hegil Hesaid
said that the ladies of Portland wished wishedto
to do air Pence some recognition tU11 for forthe forthe
the Ul gallant tight he had made against againstSalt againstSall againstSalt
Salt Lake and to emphasize emph slzt their ap appreciation appredation ¬
predation of his defense of the Amer American Am Amcrlunti r ¬
ican etl1 home h m Just what what Mr Com Cornforth Cornforthwlsbed forth forthMrtebcd nethwhilped
Mrtebcd to say or the Portland ladies ladieswished ladleswlI4lcd
wished him hh 1 to say 7 deponent knoweth knowethnot knowethnot
not but 14 f was about as a stated Pence Pencemade
made u suave itJtle reply ann an aria expressed expressedgraUficatiun f expressedgraLiteation xlresPdlifieatlontltat
graUficatiun lifieatlontltat that the t1t ladies of the thePortland theBorUund thePorUun4
Portland Hose aseoHatSon as assqeiatioq 18t1oq felt a as they Ute they4d
ilfd 4d This evening the Utah delegation delegationadopted delegationn
adopted n opr d HIP t 11 following resolutions resolutionsjkVhrreas iesoluuonsiVlwreris
jkVhrreas Vhreas during the seventh enth annual annualSession annualtf
Session tf s6Jon of the th American Am Han mining coo coogrew roegret
grew gret assembled > d at Portland Portlamiptioularly Qtt Qttpaftloularly 01P
paftloularly P in connection with the thei th thptbceEfdlngs thepicecadins
i puccedln ptbceEfdlngs s incident h fti ident to the tocdtlng tocdtlngof JoC Iocuttlngofthe ttns ttnsof
of ofthe the permanent ho hOiftdq1JurtCNI ifuartcrfl ef the theOnl1 theeonrrocat lie lieeon
eonrrocat eon Onl1 rafS certain certatniemtitKs temeicTts and aGdIn8tn aGdIn8tnuattb insin insinnal instuttattbfl
nal uattb bhs 1 were V 1e made tu1e nit n the thelHlrt part of the theCnjorado theCqlJtadod theCujdrado
Cnjorado delegation leg tfon in the th open SfIf SfIflgl11 see srrsjort see1rt
sjort lgl11 of the congress congr > ss which whirlr remarks remarksaflaMnsfnuatfons remarksnjTdtc1nsll1uations remarkswUtinslnuatlons
aflaMnsfnuatfons were in the nat nntu nntupi nature naturePr r rpf
pf ah h unwarranted assault au1t on the themoral thertornl themoral
moral rtornl and social status of Utah and andAncient andA andAncient
Ancient A ient and and Dishonored DishonoredWliercas Dishonored5Thereas
Wliercas a certain ert 111 new newsapdp ap p iv p to toAvit to towit towit
wit the theOrcg011laq Oregonian puliljahedntr pulJlj bednt > Port Porlond Portli1r Port5erid1
lond li1r 5erid1 d Ore has ha directly and by in iniiuendo Innuendo
iiuendo sought to frustrate rru trate the open openandx openmdhonorable openandhonorable
andx mdhonorable honorable efforts of the people of ofUUtfj ofU ofutaji
UUtfj U to secure the establishment of ofi ofthpJlcadquarternot oftheJleathuarters
i thp headquarters thpJlcadquarternot of the > American mln mlnIngioongress mlnIngrcongress rainingdeongress
Ingioongress at the capital ot otthpG otthpGstat their theirstate theirstate
state stat hy h attempting to inject tte so souaJIed o oaajled oqale
< aajled Mormon question 1 into Uife Uifeconsideration Ueonsfderatton thaeonslderation
consideration < of the subject before b Or thecOOn The TheWJl thengjesn
cOOn ngjesn S5 n novthcmetorqboft novthcmetorqboftdelgat therefor bQJt J
r WJl Splvcd b Jt tlf c1t1JtJfI1 < Ut < nv delegaie del gat6S to toContinued 0Contnueg totConunued
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Have HaveAhy Any Chance to Win WinHooted = Hooted and andHi andHissed andHissedr Hissed Hissedy seg segI
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Saa SitaPril shaPrinct4 FrsneisJioAssSfc AU tng lSke the t e veriest veriestamateur veriestamamn veriestam
amateur am In tie b prizo prize fins nri Jack Ja k afhrba afhrbaof liunroof
of Butte te Meat IoHtwent went dbwii ba and oCt be before be before i ifore
fore Champion n James J lmesJ J JJeflrpos Jeffrjes tonight tonightfi toRlghtathe
fi ± athe 5 the eecoMi round r d Tile T le man man manfrom f rain the themining theurhitag I
mining district dlMrl madeauete Dad SUdr a extremely extremelywrry extremelYI cxtremelYsorry
sorry I rry showing that rfiatthe the groat throng In InMechanics InIecttankB InMechanics
Mechanics pavilion roundly hooted him him2Ui himproteat himso
2Ui he protested pcoteaol to tonetcr Referee Graney against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the decision hp1 that had jgrteii eei given glenn n favor favorof iaTOrr favorof
of r the champion c mplon The Tb two tw giants had hadnot badnot hadnot
not been In theTUig two minutes mln1Jt s when It Itwas Itwas itwas
was foreseen f < esfD l that the th aspirations of ot1oluI1100 atMnnroo ofMonroe
Monroe wwuld W iultt uT be quickly q kly disposed d ed of ofMinor ofNiner i iMiner
Miner Scared Sca S arcI d 5 and tcl d Awkward Awkwardnit j jThe
The miner vn wits P soured and awkward awkwardan awkwardand i ian
an and Jeffries Jtffri In ttie UI < fJnfround firsr round had him himt hinttwice i itwice
twice t on Oft t Un canvas taking the count countJeltzielJdlrecfc1 countIfnies j
Jeffries JeltzielJdlrecfc1 directed 7 hrs 2i bombardment bombardmentagainst Dom buntnaziImentg3Ifl anlinent anlinentasa1n
against g3Ifl t the stomach stoina of o hIS I1 J opnonem and andeach 8IHlm andh
each h shot IJbo was followed foJlowedby by a blow on the thelaw thetaw theMw
law that sent Munroc to his knees Jef Jeffm Jefwent Jeffiles
fm files wentbttck went hack ck to his corner after th thopening the theGpeI theopening
opening round roli with ith A sneer and a laugh laughn
m n Ms swart swarthy hv face fac while whJln4unroes Monroes T nroes sec seconds acreotidri f ¬
onds = 8 busied themselves SCl S with smelling sm mns salts saltsand sal saltsand
and restoratives restorativesJlVlwi restorativesWhen t I
When VMJ1 the two came together for the thesecond thend thesecond
second nd round the lau lauJt h on the champions championsvteagv chamllohsVAse eharnirlohsvisage
VAse changed to a t look of o determfna determfnation d termfltio ¬
tio trots that boded 111 to tothe the miner miner Forty Fortyae FortyIn Fortyf1e
ae seconds ds after the gong sounded Mun Munroe Munroe un unroe
roe was lyingon lying on the floor a bloody bloodybruised bloo bloodybriried y yItnl
bruised Itnl led mass of humanity with Jeffries Jeffriesstanding JeffriesstaRdiDG Jeffriesstanding
standing over oerhfm him ready ir necessary 11 Q to toput toJut topot
put the quietus q ietuson on the championship am ambitions ambitions ambitlons ¬
bitions of his adversary adversaryJIunroe adorsa adorsaMunroe adversaryIrbunroe
JIunroe is Counted Out OutThe OutTht OutTh
The Tht Th miner was t too > o oozed to rise ri > to his hiset hiseet
> eet et and the timekeepers timek opers counted blnrout blnroutiut hlm out out3lit outSut I
iut the husky man from southern Call Callfocnia Callfamia callforata
focnia did not D t understand that the vic victor victory ie ¬
tor tory was already a1rtf d his nor could Munre Munreelizc MunroAIiZ Munroecalize
elizc that his pugilistic star sta had ad so soearly sonrly soearly
early sot and tho two men in a moment momentor
or two were facing one another and Jef JeffriCB Teffrle Jeftrim
trim landed a terrific blow on the jaw jawf jawII JkWcc
II f MB b staggering opponent It was at attlife attbi atthis
this time that Graney came forward and andordered andJtdrlcs andedered
ordered Jeffries away awa telling him that thatibe thatlite thatthe
the fight was w s ended In Ills hd favor fa or Mutt Munroe Muttroe un unroe
roe tottered to his cornrr with blood bloodtrMUning blOOdtlWlURlng b1oodstrssmlng
trMUning from his face and fell into his hischrttr hischeW Is IscWIr
cheW dazed and helpless helplessliLt v vlib
lib 1 seconds conds Immediately began an work worktaf wwkon workon
taf on him to freshen frc hen him a SW4j j when he h haaw Ip Ipto heOwt >
Owt aaw to a realization that the fight t bad Aadtone badpRe hadgone
tone against alnst Wm he jroso anti going to toChowd toRefer 10Referee
Refer Referee GnuIe began to ml te protest protestChowd protestChowd
<
Chowd Hoots Defeated e eatedMan eatedManThe Han HanThe lrlanThe
The huge crowd understood from fromhis fronlbh fronthis
his > protecting prot Unb gesticulotions the purport purportyf
yf < his talk talktq to tGGraneyand Grane5 and It mighty trot volante trotelse 01 01Il
Il ante of hooting bo tiuJ jc Jeering rlng and a aILc td hissing gave gavercKfeace gaveot gaveet10cac
rcKfeace of the sentiment of the U spNrta spNrtaOH aDNtttees Nht Nhtton
ton JtIAtIT of whom JmLI hnLplaced 1laced stoner stonerOs
OH the miner that thalh he wettEd stand ai at J5lt J5ltd JratdouhIc Jw t tdoBbie
d doBbie > the number of rounds Ifeffrre th thrhampion the tbpsaRJplcn thechampion
champion From tbfs tb tfme that the bell bellrang bellrang
rang fbr the th comm comn1ne commnemnt neement m ntof kf of the bat battl b bittthe t tt1 t
tl the to the time the theoo count nt or ten had been beenuttefed beenutteted beenutnded
uttefed against ifunroe unro only four minutes minutesand rainutenand minutesand
and forty fortyfiv five seconds I onds had oiapsee Th Thfight The Theft8ht Thefight
fight demonstrated emOftstrat d I It nothing vv 1 e that thatthe thattlHo thatthe
the world has liS s yet to nroduce nrOO rodirce a pugilist pugilistwho pugilistwoo pugilistwho
who will displace di place James J Jetlries as aschampJon a8champion aschanWtorI
champion of the world worldA
A great throng tllt Qg witnessed the content contentthe cont Jt
the lb estimates f < of th the niimanr num r in attend attendanea attendIIC attendones
ones IIC ranging tram lr m m 7009 to tittO 10fJ0 < 0 and It to tobeltevcd jbtIhtvcd isbelieved
believed that the sate receipts will ap approximate approxtmatfl approximate ¬
proximate iJeO iJeOJeff 35 eot eotJeff 0fe 0feJeff
Jeff Shows the Dub Up UpTh UpTh lipThrr
Th Thrr miners showing wlng was a disappoint disappointment is lp lntmtDt ¬
ment to those < who had the coirfWence coirfWencethat cotf1deJaCbat coitfidencothat
that he would at least repeAt in ii some de degree d dsr dcsrpt ¬
gree his psrfernwuK l rf r in Butte ut whew Jef Jeffrie JeffrieM Jetfete ¬
fete failed to put him out in four rounds roundsIn
In the first few moments of tlte opening openingromd oJWftinrOtHld openingroaM
roaM he made some show f agaicriaveness < gesslve gesslveii e5SIve e5SIvei1
ii ness w but that he was thoroughly thlroug lJ scared scaredwas scaredwas searedwas
was evident Jfut from the mnnnrr maliD r in which hleb he hebroke h hbroke hebroke
broke ground ouoo and awkwardly rnutavoreti rnutavoretito n f lYOrett lYOrettto
to guard himself bimg f when Jeftries advanced advancedtoward adancedtOw1rd advancedtowsrd
toward him or gave sign of intent to de deliver de deItwr tieliver ¬
liver a blow Jeffries did nut extend hin hins hi bitnself
s self elf at any time of the short contest CQ111 nor nordid BOrdid nordid
did he deliver a blow bl 0 1 that required the thefull thefun thehut I
full strength of his powerful arm The Theshot Thetbat ThehOi
shot hOi that sent Miner Muiiroe town were wereof wereof wereof
of the shortarm variety tnat found easy easyl easylodgement I
l lodgement < dg pmentn > m nt en n the jaw JI of the nnr 1T ne r from fromButte fromButte
Butte but that there must have been beent beenterrific I Iterrific I
terrific t force behind them was 8 shown Iho n by bythe b1 b1tllr b bthe
the way W3 In which the 300 OG pounds Of f flesh fleshwent fleshnt fleonwent
went nt down with a athod thud upon the canvas canvasWhen eanasWh4n canvasWhen
When the t mea mt bad retired r tired to their theirdrMrinc theirtlN4Ifnc theirdrtrsumg
drMrinc r rooms oms Jeffries Jef ies wa was surrounded surroundedby
by his friend fr nd ana an intimates who con concintulated con5idtulat con5itulated
cintulated him upon the tl1cspeedy speedy outcome outcomeof
of I bit meeting with Monroe Iuproe Jeffries ac accepted a acepted C Ccepterl ¬
cepted the victory Vi tory as a matter of course courseend courseend courseend
end raid raidSo FldSo saidSo
So Easy Even Jjeff J t Was Surprised SurprisedAH
AH that J can canSA say Is that that I am great greatly ¬
ly ly snrpriaed at the speedy victory It Itwa Itwa itwa
wa that thstJeIt left hook to the jaw aw w in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first round that did the vork ork I guess guesshe guesshe
he felt f t a few of r the lJ1e e body blows also alsoThis 8190Tb alsoThlt
This Tb fellow is I not fn Corbtt Ir tt or Fter Fterin FJrltmmons Flxasimmons I
simmons in raonE claM I wanted to give e him a agood agood agood
good walloping maybe I gave gu e him a aFew afew afew
Few few I am only sorry surr 1 had not the thechance therlance theelrance
chance to o rive ive him a few more harder
J
GRADE WORK IS TO BE ELIMINATED ELIMINATEDFROM ELIMINATEDFROM J JFROM
FROM THE EASTSID EAST SIDE HIGH SGMQOL SG tI PL
Another aCP at < hns ba been taken in the thematter thematt thematter
matt matter r tot having two high schools schoolshe schoolste SChOolsVie
te he sra grad lf school < wooI work erk which has here heretofore herettfoce barettfore ¬
tofore been completed in the East Side Sidehigh Sidetlgh Sidehigh
high school l has been be n eliminated d from fromttt fromt fromthe
ttt t the curriculum nxrrie oC ol that institution and andin andIn andin
in Us t laee uis is substituted su stlfuted the second secondyear MCO secOndyear d dar
year ar hlghwtwal high Ioool wOrk corresponding rresl1gn4dlnCJS rresl1gn4dlnCJSthe to tothe tothe
Side high highstfool hlShdooI highstOol
the work doneIn done in the 5Vest
stOol The cbaiise elll1Ft was made yesterday yesterdayprs
In a meeting of tJIf cOmmittee mittoe en te teach teachera eh ehfrl
era and School reI o l work ork and as six morn meran mc mcbe11I mornbert
bert of the DllnltteeR majority of the theboewere theboordrwere
the confirmation at atA ata
boewere prftel1tthf preoeat
A IubM subocqantit ub6 iie bt it board Gam meeting will be Per Pern perfU PetfunctorY
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tin etathth grade ade and aud4SiklnZPilP1is i Jtekins kinl1 puplte lH1 iI6 of ofoy orthtt orthttfirst J1Q J1Qfim
hlth sch schO1 o1 The wcnklUts wcnklUtswM1 work hn5 hn5beeii
first YC3t I
wM1 under t the h supervision or Principal PrincipalW I
W v J I itlccuy < oy u who > vni m conttaye conttayeoharsc continue 111 111harcor incharge
charge < harcor of the emore more Hjlyanc 1QC work WOTKIffEAy work workc work1mAVY
2 2HEyY
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IffEAy LIABIliTIES UABILITIESa
New i YOrk4 f uS ugJ6GeOrge 26GeorgeJt Beach Beacha each eachlawy
a lawyer lawy r of Jersey City Cit has been ap appointed ap appointed appoInted ¬
pointed receiver for the International InternationalMercantile InUm1CltionalMeJaRti1 InterilationattercantUn i
Mercantile Agency genCY of N New w York City CityThe CityThe CityThe I
The petition petitionfor for fort1Jappointment th appointment of a areceiver arecflver areceiver
receiver alleged aU gd that the company was wasinsolvent wasintCOlventh wanInsolvent I
insolvent intCOlventh In h thatc that T Its liabilities were wereupwards wereupwards wereupward
upwards of 215000 t500 < and its assets not notmore notmore notmore
more than 5100000 5100000OIL l00OOOOIL 100000OIL
OIL TANKS ON FIRE nREAntwerp FIREAntwerp IIBEAntwerp
Antwerp AugS AUgttThc Aug The oil tanks at Ho Hobeken Hobeken Hoen
beken en three miles n lesfr from J1 here h re contain containing QnIRinIPs containins ¬
ins about rspOQ000 gallons of o petroleum petroleumar
ar are ablaze together with all the sheds shedswagons shld6aiul shedswag
wagons wag and paraphernalia par pl1 rn ll The Thelro Thelrostart fire ftrostarted fireMartpd
started at the theR Russian an companys tanks tanksard tank9thr8Vgh tflflkCthrough
through theJeUWI the IilUopCep1nrrt pr 3llf1lR and andlke andthe
the Qlmeos gut tujdttytesd JRiPArod to th thSTand thSTandand tand tandanI
and GKB camnan CGp1p cfntpatflia s sta1tlcsA tamcs ta kS A high h1hitt1nd h1hitt1ndfanned wina winafanned mndfmnM
fanned th the fir firs Tro xroons are ar assisting the theftrinen i ifirtnsn rf I
firtnsn f n to localize IG < lz The Con < cojaCagrtIon grtlo1
knocks kitock Ulan I was vrasadmir t4c tip I win winult
admit ult that I have haveITvai e son I4l3ui 1i agnst t
X Mvtwo ro for r ft w was snglf i his friends s sand
and fro Iron 01 his eai cm i inr I1mv ft be been n
ealledaear called a duv Vb I kYo haolraied as If
ITvai I were going ing to sleet CorfebU 4 r Flu FlusJnimBBs FltaSlnlmOBeL
sJnimBBs SlnlmOBeL Taere was actually utualbJICIIUIIMg notMng to toJack tothis
this t dglit bht
J t IJack S SJack
Jack Refuses toFafki toFafkieitg toTatkSt toTalk
St > utterly C CreSffMllQu Q W waiUsso f ceec er
h1 hil cnmhi crmhiIng defeat rbt bd 1ergert fd
to IJ tie hurriedly t takeit aI away y flouCbla front nia
dlt diecairig eitg slJt room and he wtgqvtcJdr teen quuEldy out
of th iwildin Iwiiii1 ildl VJen their askS a agkrij3 M torl fur a aotata tatfr te
mtnt concerning C9nC rnl11 the theflgh flghf he Te refused t te
b belnlerlewed be interviewed saying aayiuGdMt that fee hart nothing noUHgReferee
tCl
C MY
Referee Gnaaey stat statEd T TST aMer t the fight
Jeffries Is the greatest ttW1Itw ibIar dJ that t ter t1
entored ST S1 uie Ute rlhbitIntJIwnf rngamiTOnigBCire gBrsJre nttapth p put np nith tb
best fight that I liNtve imps avwuMen I ion a tfl nt t
kc kiow w hew tlie they > oee r aaBBt km fid a
man to beat him himGraney hitsGraney
Graney was asked about a aIouLtbe die incident
in the rind feflowlnff followt hiS MtecJMon dcbIoii and
said
Graney Thinks ita Joke JokeMunroe JQkeUIunroe JgkeMunron
Munroe came to me mea fn rotter r a
threatening manner and asked a ked why t
had called off of the fight it His M1 q question qqesionWBS questionwas testio testiowas
was so sburd that iould r t uld 1d not prevent preventmyself prflentmys preventmyself
myself mys lf from laughing at the man and
told him that there ws no calling off th thttoY thr
fight ttoY You are put OUt That Th is an there therewas tbireBill1 thowa
was wa to t it itBilly itBill
Billy Bill Delaney chief trainer of Jeffrie Jeffriewas Jetf1ip1Iwas Jefriea0
was Wa highly pleased at the tIIOSbOWng showing in made <
by the champion Ha sa rnid hI
Of Bourse urse 1 was greatly lysurpri8fd surprised I Iexpected rt texpeeted
expected t p ted the fellow te put pu UP > a better
fight The only question now is Who Whoif Whodtxt WhoixtT
dtxt ixtT So f far r liS r am redeemed 1 WOul woultL
be Jeased if Jeffries would wo ld step out of ofthe ortbE ofthe
the ring for good tonight Before they the theCan
can bring up another man to fight hint bintwho hintwbo hintwilL
who will be capable of making m8kf seine kind kin4of kin kinof kindor
of or a showing before him two or more moreyears moreyears moreyears
years may pass Now twoyoarK of o idle idlenecK MIffn Idlej Idlejfleas <
necK n t will spoil any man n and anda ia the event eventthat eventthat eventthat
that Jeffries has to waft that long t Ishall tshalt
shall advise him never to Qht asain asainIf agaiLIf
If he can get et a tight bv next winter as asfar asfar asfar
far as I am concerned I t shall be pleated pteaedto pe d dtQ
to nave him take it ItThe itThe mo moThe
The Eight Eigbtby by Rounds SoundsHound RoundsRound RoundsRound
Round 1 IBoUt Both advanced ad9D ed slowly slowl to the thecenter th thnter thsCenter
center nter and indulged iodulgedJn in light sparring
Munroe MUflro was the first to lead with I left IrTtthat Irtthat leftthat
that was short Jeffries danced around jaroindhl aroundhis roul1d roul1dhlR
hl his opponent opponE > nf drew him into a a Witch and andmisectl andmlstmd andmissed
missed a right for the body MvnreA fn fna t ta Ia
a clinch missed mt8 eda a right for UH > body
Jeffries was chewier sum um and smiling smlJlncJtffrifs
Jtffrifs sent Munroe to the floor with witha til tila
a left book to the i jaw w Mutiroe wa was up upq upquit upstir
q quit stir j < ky but tho chamrtotf cbam lo drove In Intnllght a astraight a astraight
straight right to the beM bea af fwliawe fwliaweitwith feJloweftItwllha fellowertIt
itwith It with a ieft leftswing le1tswt swing tot tot the ateraaci raacb J let letJes JetfrIes N NMmiroe
frIes = Jes followed his M lva1i ajaysatara driving drh1nai drivingMsnroe
i Mmiroe hroe to the ropes with tc1t right and Mi Mitw tfftIut hftiig
tw Iut lh bOdy A A well direct dIr tifrooted rtt ed left tn n > th thJav thf thfl thjaw
jaw seat l Atonroe t hroe to t ifcrth t rde es for f r eight eightwith 4igh eightseconds t tsecondlt
seconds H irnarose aro hutu hut z wa ftonrpt ftonrptwWi flonretirlUi
with a similar blow blo j Jfttr1e fmea a 3t8rt 9rte8 rte r a avicious alcieus avicious
vicious right for the Jaw but the t h4 bU bUrang f1lrttD bellrang
rang rttD and the champion clu stayed tay d its prog progr progra progre
r ra re < t 6 > Jtunroe Mun did not land a blow hili and anrilooked Sl1 Sl1looked andlooked
looked nearly outs out as his s seconds shOvel shOvelhim hOH1hIm < i ihim
him to hla corner cornerJeffries comerJ cornerJeffrics
Jeffries J tDeclarecl peclaredt Win WinRound WinnarRound Winnar WinnarRound
Round 2 2They They Th went to a clinch Mun Munro MisTo
ro received r cflh a left swing to the inoutli moutllthat nioutitthat inoutlithat
that mad8hJR1 made him spit blood He bore in inbut I Ibttt litbtit
but Jeffries wa wu unrelehdiisr ltJJrtle 1t1ftgo smashing smashinghim 1J85hinghim
him all over the body with left and right rightand rightant rightand
and ftforcd the t e miner smashing him with withlefts wttawits withlefts
lefts to th the hA face fac and body bod Blood B1ooflowa B1ooflowafrom noweC noweCfrom flowfldfrum
from vMunroes MllnrO S face It8d ad n tQ8tIlh lth An Another Aftt Afttother Another
other straight terrific terrlOerlgbt right t tO the face facerendered facerendered < e erendered
rendered the miner helzdrs bebJ H HfI sank sanklcwly sankslcwh nk nklevJ
lcwly levJ to the floor and attempted to rise rissJeffries rlSJeffries riseJr
Jeffries Jr ffries was waswatting waiting for him but be before twfore before ¬
fore the th champion could Jandon Jand oo his help helpla helpleq helplea
la lea victim Referee ee Grassy O y crabbed rabbtd him himand hUttand hintand
and declared Jeffrie the winner winnerThousands wilmerThousands wianerThousands
Thousands at Herald HeraldSomewhere HeraldSom HeraldSomewhere
Somewhere Som > ttbe between betw n 2000 and am 3909 t JG Salt SaltLakers S SaltLakers lt ltLakers
Lakers Jammed jam kd Main str street t in Aoent ont of ofThe ofThe efThe
The Herald lest night to hear returns returnsfrom 1PtQMhJfrom soturnsfrom
from the W bk brawl brawland aj and d it Ui kr safe fe to say saythat aYthat saythat
that they were w < re a whole Jot better tter satis satisfied gatified ati atifled ¬
fied Hum the men wh wO < r sat at 1kw h ring ringside ringside rIngside ¬
side The crowns crowils began bt gathering ng ngearl i iearly en enearly
early as D 9ocioek oclock ail hour before the hilt TMgmen hiltmen II IImen
men entered the ring ringAt riD riDAt ringAt
At 10 11 oclock it book street cars te bc CMK CMKthe breexthe ac acthe
the blockade from curb to curb As far faras taras faras
as attempting to wade through the emaa emaacullac mae masculine maecuhtue ¬
culine mass on the th sidewalk that was R Rfeat IIfMt afeat
feat that few attempted and noao noaoachiecd eneeachieved CS CSacbleved
achieved They The ware wcethere there to hear th thring th4t th4trin thiring
ring rin returns megaphoned by the tb aid aidor aidorl1ard sidWillard of ofXVlllard
XVlllard l1ard Beans heavyweight voice a aM aMtoo andthe l ltho
too majority of them meant m not to stick with withthe wttkthe withthe
the game from a to izsard The He HraItLg HraItLgbulletIns raMs raMsbulletins s sbulletins
bulletins were given to Salt Lab bjr bjrmeans bTmeans bymeans
means means or t megaphone earlier oarU than were werethose war8tht werethose
those tht > se of any an other service servicePossibly sen1oePossibly servicePossibly
Possibly because of the tb fact that > thaee thaeeof Uweof
of betting InclInations In the crowd asA 1a4taken hadtaken asAtaken
taken no chance flyers on the minor mI11 mInorthdr mInorthdrdirrust r rdi their theirdisgust
disgust di ust at Munroete poor showing showingThrough showingThrouJh showingThrough
Through the courtesy courtesSof trf the Rocky RockyMountain RockyMountain RockyMountain
Mountain Bell Telephone company Th ThHerald ThHNald Tht ThtHerald
Herald was able to keef kee tic natisnat natisnatguard nt ntienatguard nat natguanl
guard encampment encamp ent posted on tire tlghi tlghiand 11gbnd fightind
and nd also Meteor a IMl4Jdi dotSiec < sportloving sportlovingcenters sportIovlcenters aportloeingceOters
centers of the state statO1 j
Other work coining befor the com committee tOm tOmmittto coin2mitten ¬
mittee yesterday was the employaiam llt of oftwo Oftwo oftwo
two new teachers in the present preaeBtIcJJool high highpcfeool highschool
school corps corp5 corpsAuStin Austin n P Larrabee LarrbnIed > < f Han Harvard Bazovard Hanyard ¬
vard university as an instructor ia bi biology 111oJogy hiology ¬
ology and Miss Mabel Jones ap a aoC aof duM duMof
of Oberlin as a teacher of r Enslw ZngiIIt J roast roastwhere Jetwhore t twhere
where the new member of th high highschool h1jrhIcbool hIghschool
school faculty will ke pjaced pJ ced has not D n t be b bees beesdetermined a adi adrtermlafd
di determined but it te WppoePd lippo that Miss MissJones 011 011Jonee MlsJotted
Jones will illtake take the ijfcie 1iae of Miss 1 AMco AMcoScovlUa AltcttStovIUt1 AltecSeovifie
ScovlUa of f the En ERatEJte tst tv 64e e high school schoolwho SO schoolwho hOO1 hOO1who
who has resigned nsiJrDedto to accept a position 1 in inBobton 10Bo I C CBostea
Bobton BobtonA Bo tlll tllli
A i new piano tiiO was ordered ptirchaspd ptirchaspdfor pt1rcl1 fd fdfor
for the tb Lafayette school hool the limits of ofwhich ordch ufwhich
which dch will arobaMy be set t at the Bxi Bxiof na nameeting t tmHUng
meeting or the board Th The lJn OPtiplOtinO OPtiplOtinOof fetion fetionof
of This buildIng b will willIng require a Ndlatir1 Ndlatir1In r4btieting
Ing In of th the entire tire wwt Wlthrn rn end of th thclfir t thcity
clfir CIty and tits t WIll probably P rOb ht7 be completed completedbefore COMpktcdbefore Coiaptstcdbefore
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