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4 THE E SALT TATvR J1 ltlt1 JiEllAED H B ED SUNDAY S l Y AUGUST iI GtYST 28 8 1901 SECTION TWO 1
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F TWRTLAND RTAND AND AND SALT LAKE LAKEU12iy3 i iJ
J I U12iy3 t1J POWERS PO WERS expresses expr the prmc prmcf PlIlcj PlIlcjailY C
J f tteally ailY unanimous s sentiment of Utah Utahwhfc Utahwht i
whfc wh htt h says he will oppose any a an ap apprpSRtton p ppr I
pr pre prpSRtton prtatton tton for the Lewis and Clark Clarkexposfflon Clarkep0811lon
exposfflon pQ t on at Portlaad Port1 ad and will urge urgeUtah urgeUta urgetJiahpebple I
Utah tJiahpebple l pebple e ple to stay sta away The fact facttfcat factt11aft facttiatth4eltS
tfcat t11aft tiatth4eltS thfselty 1tf ll was s defeated in Its 1t ef effort efftrt f frt ¬
fort rt to wsvcur t g Svcure c r the he headquarters o ot th thmining tM tMmfIi1ng tlsBth1tlIE
mining oongrase Is only incWentalf th thinsulting the the1n9ul1ng he heIn
insulting In tjtl1g attitude of Portland toward towardthe towardth towardttah
the th ft 1ftih h delegation Is everything e rythl1tg In tnthe Int
the t e Ifgtory tory et f the reception accorded accordedSalt aecotdedS
Salt S tL1Lke Lukes delegates delegatesThTJtah delegatesTHti delegateeTttd
ThTJtah THti Tttd tnah del de18gst1elt g ulen had a right to toextfad tocxp toex1
cxp extfad oouutesy ooudes from the city that thatIrrvitdS thatImlhmthem thatInvitdR
IrrvitdS Imlhmthem them to attend a end the congress congressit con corgretj le6B le6BtM
j it hitd h 4l right to believe it would be beaccorded beaOCGtded
tM 1 accorded fair if not generous treat treatment treotment1Ji treatnient ¬
ment ment1Ji ijy b the people and newspapers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ttanventlon tol tentlon city Instekd the Or OregonJafl Oreg OregonI
eg egonI egonJafl f tI formerly the leading newsj news newsnaj3 ne 5 5paJ
j naj3 fkere ttre led th the fight against a n5t Salt Saltlialce S SaltLak lt ltLtik
lialce Lak and took plains Ill ialfla n5 to insult the U e en entlrg entJrlSKI
y tire tJrlSKI Sa1tr Lake contingent misrcprc misrcprcbentfng mt5 inisrepret re rethmttii
t thmttii bentfng conditions dragging drtlg lng in polyg polygamy polygamy oIyg ¬
amy Sit entirely irrelevant question questionin
in j suoh a gathering g and doing all in inIts intts Intswer
Its tswer gawer wer to make Utahs s position in inth InI
I th the i oanventkm iatv ventWa ntkJa unpleasant unpl 8 ant and ui u ear eara 6 ar arab
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To TOOap aap the rtlmax of this unneces unnecessary urtnec S SI ¬
I nary hgstJllt ostJIUy the Rose club suppos supposedly supposedly ¬
edly olmposed of the he leading women wttmenof wemenof
of the th theIty city showed stM wed its enthusiastic ap approvtal approwl
prowl of the proceedings l by > y present presentIng presenting presentlug
Ing BSfe Pence with a bouquet for his hisherofe hish
herofe h IOdefeae defene of o the American home homeIt homeIt
I It i Lt only fair to presume that the thel tbeJ
J l rassUktlon was as made In Ignorance tgnor Ce of ofFeaojfs ofPellGes OfPens
Pens personality and was inspired inspiredby
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by the Oragonians O ians bald falsehoods falsehoodsbat fal falsehoodsbut hoodll hoodllbut
but even eenlhat that does n net t exouse the grat gratuitous gratunou ¬
uitous Ixeralt lM iuIt to the Salt Lakers who whowent whoJ whowei
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t wei went er their guests guestsJtfige guestaC gnestJute
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Jute Powejs PowetBi1l will hare the full ap appravftl appt approc
pravftl pt proc v1tl co of the people he so ably represeKti repregeRafI repre epreneiii
seKti geRafI neiii under difficult condition condttI d s and andthr AbdthfIH adthOi
thr thfIH is net the slightest probability probabilitythat prOb < bt fry frythU
that tha Portlands exposition d4M will fihd fihdsupport 1ibd81UfMIrt I1iiIsupert I
support of C any kind from this staw stawn sta staIIn Sttn
IIn n Ineidewt of ofthe the business is wortli wortlictpiMtfKfng Wortl1th1 wortltjafIdng
ctpiMtfKfng th1 J iad iId thfft is the tetegr teIegrlfl n nfnjm rn rnfrqan
frqan layor Hawley and and other promi prominent plOml1H ¬
neat 1H ltClltbt it1 oitlxw oL Idaho repudiating repudiatingPe repudiatingIeee
Pe Ieee ee who has Hnt J8tlfty y claimed to bea be bea
a resident of the Gem state They TheyWiftUtafe TheykaOv Theyknwnet
kaOv knwnet dIIce r r1th
WiftUtafe 1th teVt tita k delegates eieate te have eiwhict cendectM cendectM1fems cendmctedthem a atlierogSlteA
them tlierogSlteA inost admirably in a slt sltution sltuatIOIl2tt nitumt1oatbt
ution uatIOIl2tt tbftt alight have ha Justified th th4m th4mIn thsnin m min
in leftvlHff letvisgtIe e g the oenvention and the city citywhielv citywltefu citywk1e
whielv wk1e trestyd them so ignobly In Insteadi In6t Instead4
6t steadi l1dt tlmy tb fought the issue out out ac accepUJl accept acceptd4
cept cepUJl the selection of Denver by b mov robVg
1 ag S tltfmak Jmak1t the choice unanimous unanIm Ul and andesenJBtl andlese anleseribd L
lese esenJBtl eseribd their expresfifon of disgust to tora0MHtlonir toree tCmht4eiadepted
ra0MHtlonir ree mht4eiadepted adopted by the entire enUred dele deles d le legQ1fait legctkkis
s gQ1fait gctkkis LtJORx itft IMIGl 5da tHe convention proceed proceedIngs pr proceedugP1ty ceed ceedJS
Ings ugP1ty ltay wilt return r turn with the t re resp respectef iuspectyc
spectef sp ct the tl e mteaiH nint g world the warm warmappreolatfon warma warrrappietIon
appreolatfon a tJon of their own constituents constituentsad
Aad ad the i1 dbnsdoosness ttJn nousiuss Jo < that they made madea maaa
a good sfif d fleht git t Mid d ware only defeated by bydisreputable bydl5reglt b I
disreputable dl5reglt bIe tactics that had no place placeIn p1ace1ft pineIn C
In allY y gt gatrtng ri D1 g of fairminded alrmIR ed men menStlPPED meltem menSIiIPPEDACOG
em emSLiIPPED
StlPPED SIiIPPEDACOG A COG COGP COGI
I TF P YOU l U HEAR a sound these days daysa daysc dayI 5
I a as c > f a 8 threshing machine working workingbn wevkIfl wevkIflOn
bn n ri r bllsat you may know it is the theSmooth the5m th
Smooth 5m 3rno Republican machine slipping slippingeug a acog atJg L
cog tJg ihe rhe Sr AltIt rt t jolt came immediately immediatelyafterthe immedlatel3aftertle
afterthe convention adjourned and it itwes ItwesdlMoverBd I Iwesdoversi
wes wesdlMoverBd dftooverad that Brother Smoet had hadiiamt kad11mtt1 ha hazamsiI
iiamt 11mtt1 D DtlyJcl vW H Cannon of St George Georgefor Giergefor Gergifur
for pfftddaitUal elector Now Unete UneteIHtrld tneleDaYldis Unehiatia
IHtrld DaYldis is a AIM old gentleman lovable lovabledevoted lovabledevoted
devoted in JH works an altogether altogether80d altogethertY altogethed
80d d tY ftyp e of f Ute pioneer but he is aot bOtglbkr aotn no t tn
n eligible glbkr elector in these t ese days of ofBm oCblnettgatle o f
ft
Bm t JHveetfgationa because he is ispolygantist a apotygamlst apo1ri t
potygamlst potygamlstWk po1ri polygantistWkaii 1Dtst 1DtstTIt
Wk Wkaii TIt n the facts were brought bcoug t to the theattenttfR thelte th S Sittet
ittet attenttfR lte of Ole he party managers they theySt theyt the theat
St t once oQ ana for the1 the withdrawal withdrawalf 1 1hr
br f h 4caiepon tampon and th the subaUtuttotr of ofJn4gC o f fJud
Jn4gC Jud lJ te ie farmerlj of th the supreme supremec supreme
suprerniL I
cOurt c un rt and iM H iN nenM > rfMermon ir > Mormon rmon In his place L
xhgjKfHpoflt TAII Thg iolsiit t is of minor importance importanceexetpt hportaneeexoept
exetpt e t as aa illustration of tha th care careiessn carejess careesspojs
jess iessn esspojs W qo to say disregard dl disregardof regard of puMIti puMItioyiiiton pullUttoJht pubiliruhiISn
oJht oyiiiton e i wAfeb the Smoot machine machineKbowo4 machineasboOt machinesbood
Kbowo4 In Its J choice of e candidates candidatesEva candidatesB es esEv
Eva Ev B supposing it was desired to make maketMnps maketJdftpt makethnIi
tMnps unpleasant for the minority minoritycrewdr mlnontyCftW minoritycrow
crow crewdr political expediency wonW our eertamrv creetU1ll ourta1b
tamrv Jmre suggested wisdom in the themak4irp themk themakep
mak4irp mk of the electoral ticket ticketthe tickettheODe the theone
one axctaaively sIVoIy a national Uonal feature of the theAs theOR theottVeziU
OR ottVeziU Uft UftAsK n nAs
As AsK it is II I the he outside world will willbe 111 xum xumbe 1l8W 1l8Wbe
be regul r red wIts wild tales of t wliat will 1 iftlbe U UbfI8I184anetJler
1 bfI8I184anetJler be oailftd another effort to force f fe ce e polygamy polyg piygaicy Iyg IygaIRY
amy to the fore Utah will be given givensome g1en80I givensome
some ohtmas tum 5 more of the partleular1y partleular1ydl particularlydistist4ful particularly particularlydlstjuttf
dlstjuttf dl ul l afivertlslng a6vertlslngBhe she has been beensetttag beengettl beengettlog
setttag g f for p the t a past few months m nths and andthe andthe andthe
the wJ1subject rejiol subject will he stored storedawa storedawafor away awav awavlw
for a3afras a je ibanli at the next session sessionof e ersiontic lan lanC
of rTi thl53urougbs fti uxrooghB dBfmnrfttee to the the cer certain certidn curtMn ¬
tain disadvantage sa hantageof of Senator Smoot Smoot3M Smootand moot mootaid
aid tje t the equally certain disparagement disparagementof diaparagementot
of oi Utahs s people peopleAlthough peepfeAlthough peopleAlthough
Although v this Is a Republican Republicanbrealc RCM1b1fcanubrea Republicanbrea1
ubrea brealc t and and one that could not have havebeen haebe havebcn
be been nfi flreEsea f r eeaeJI it r reflects ets seriously on onthe onj ontho
j the th pgUtieal acumen acumonof of those Rapub Rapubijeafl Repubf
f ijeafl 1 Ican 11 ij9aare OOI1rl who he are responsible for It Itand It ItaDd Itand
and it If ought to be convincing proof proofthat prooftlrat proofthnt
that tcy need n d a political Moses to lead leadJimmy leadt1 leadthem
t1 them mni
0 0Furiy 9 9F
F Furiy YJln Jimmy mY has given up the theVfrefl theteJ theI
I stiLte teJ tULIrmnDshIp J tPs lp of the RcpubUc Republtcnnparty n nf
party f ttf It is istbarJy tbarJy < bllrpty po possible 51b1e t1f that t Mr MrA MrXridrioi
A Xridrioi J ib h d5O Jt 91Fe4 Vfrefl iircd the the1t f fc ttt that thata
a tiil itl2n i t IibpubWet1ns pUJlIMtf s l UI UIfouowh1inno I11tr
fouowh1inno tr bnl no longer
ANABLE APi AN ABLE CHAMPION CHAMPIONHE CHAMPIONTHE
THE I HE esteemed Tribunescomment Tr bun COrnh nt on onthe onthe onthe
the ticket nominated by the theRepub theRepubllcan theRepubean Repub Repubjllcan
jllcan llcan M ean state convention on < Thursday Thursdaylast ThursdaYlast ThumdaYast
Ml
Mf last l ast is so able that we W cannot c c nn nn t refrain refrainfrom refraintromC refrainrom
from tromC f rom calling llttl attention to ft I k So ably ablydoes ablydoes
does d oes the local organ of Republicanam Republicanamset R pubUcanfamset
set n et forth the merits of Its It candidates candidatesthe ndldate ndldatethe ndidatenthe
the soundness of its platform that it itleaves Itleaves
leaves l very ery ifttle1 l1ttItftor lJith fire r 1J 1th3 tftf 6 to say sayon sayon nayn
on o n ti these ese se subi SUb subJus afs hTfi r Republican n p b1f an can candidates candidateS canidates ¬
didates didateS d are really entitlc5 entlU to 1 congrat congratulations ongr congratlatione t tulations ¬
ulations u on their champion championOil
Oil the Ui mOrfflBg t tit1fijf fWliewinr llClfftr1H the con convention conenUon eonentlon ¬
vention v the Tribune Trl TXibune une dlscU discussing ing the thestate thestate thetftto
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to t o jfJ ik k re twUt ltJ1pIito lfto the he J 4s QS and andtte andthepol1tt
tte thepol1tt poU 1 Irvt erVIOf at the R Rej It bl1ean lblieaneiilfld1 bl1eanc
caMldaiei c c imdM dieHietlteftoarrflJmfb ttt A1friidTrJn cbn cbntinued cbntinned cOnUnited
tinned its masterly support of the thetlGKlt theU the1IfE
tlGKlt U t JNt 1fi InyiH rajifllent JfSttHVent tntg t QlH U1we = vff find findIt nndIt findt
It l t almost 4nip nD95 tnulp5Il1tJ ssJilftntQv iieWtLrj the theTribune theTribune hc hcTribune
Tribune saldi saldiV tfl
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N N9w wthoi w there orc may lM iiiihLhibse1io fe these th e > vo wlHa wlHathaf wm WIi1athaf lfy lfythat
thaf theie tlJEllS ale H liotsbiHid hot nouud l ftdrllJ rSHlonTTlliy rSHlonTTlliyed reeon reeonth qan81Wfry qan81Wfrytb
tb th R 1 PWTh11I c tl fket1tdulii t t dtdd 1Jtbf hi4et hi4etti t ted
ed e ti Such Sp < h i Prl1iO > ersons s will 1VmJl papmlt I uiT w waresui we wearesure wrest
aresure aresui a rest o to tudisagr disagree e WI Wltli h thOm For Fortoe Forthe r rUte
toe less legspeople people know kr about the 1ib he Repub Republican Rep1blte Reptibilcan ¬
lican lte n eafldidiUes ides thjt t tlt mdi5iilfcely II 1j1J ly they Ifeyare theyare t1eyare
are to t be elected electedtf ul nle Id IdANQ1HER
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A ANOTHEJ N O fI ERTRD TRX01TJON8POILEO TRX01TJON8POILEOTWBNTY TRAD1Td ill NSPO o oT
T T TWBNTY years ye rs ago agodo do You rtmcm rtmcmberperhaps t lnem lnemperhaps
1 berperhaps perhaps longer if you OU are a avery avery aery
very v ery old ie dir
gentleman t1eman or r lady your yourmother yourmother yourmother
mother or some st ie other Cveir idli lr infbrmed infbrmedpersontold in ipfOrmederson nned nnedperson
persontold person p erson told you you that tbai whenever wh neycr a athunder athunder ahunder
thunder t storn acompanicdas acPlJ 1Hinlld as a thunder thunderstorms thunderstar thundertorms
storms star s usually lr are r t by > r violent 191 1t light lightning lightning ¬
ning approached the only rational rationalthing rationalhing
thing t to tfrt d was s to hike for f r a feather foatherbed featherbed feathered
bed b bh ed and there He snug snu And nd warm arm per perhfaps perkps
hfaps h kps too warm until u Jtfltheo the last mutter mutterof
of o f the thunder had tiled 1l i d away away wa In a afeather afeather aeather
feather f bed and only in ina a feather feath r bed bedwere bedwere bedwere
were you absolutely safe from rota light lightning lightning lighting ¬
ning ning1Ye n ing
ingWe
We nevej nev inquired in into o the science scienceof
of o f the thing very ery closely closel but somehow somehowit
it i t always seemed reasonable enough enoughto
to t o us How In intlha the worldcouia world cot m light lightning Ughtwing lightMng ¬
wing we ve argued find l1nda1 a terrified rrffted small smallboy smallboy smallboy
boy all rolled up in a nice soft feather featherbed featherbed featherbed
bed It was perfectly clear to us that thatlightning thatUgh1ntag thatightning
lightning l never n er would go poking pOking and andprodding andproddt andproddiNg
prodding proddt g after ue there B Besides B nides so sogreat 50great sogreat
great was our faith we labored under underthe underthe i ithe
the impression that tl t if if a belt b li of 0 light lightning lightning ghtj ¬
ning did strike afeather a fea her bell the bolt boltwould boltwould I
would be broken oft short and without withoutthe withoutthe I
the least injury IDju to the th bed or the indi individual Indlvidual mdlvidusi ¬
vidual underneath or in i it itAlas ItAlas
Alas for human beliefs alas for the thetraditions thetraditions theraditions r
traditions t of our chHffaood It has re recently re recently icently ¬
cently c been demonstrated that a feather featherbed featherOed featherbed
bed affords no mdre protection > from fromlightning fromJlshtning fromightning
lightning l than a seersucker rsu ker coat from fromrain fro frorain I Iain
lr
rain r Two Kansas City young ouns women womentow womentow womenowLt
tow t owLt t the ln Misses s Becky B kyand and Anna AnnaKoffman AnnaKo AnnaKoman
Koffman Ko n are doubtless very el glfffi gl d 1 that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are a e able to testify tcstir to the feather featherbeds f featherbeds ather atherbcd
beds bcd s lack of efficiency in thunder thunderstorms thunderstorms thunderstorms
storms We know they are glad be beeause beeause because
eause they are very luoky to be b alive aliveTheir aliveTlleir aliveTheir
Their feather bed did not protect them themAnd themADd thema
And yet In a way the feather bed beddid beddid L Ldid
did protect pmt ct et the th young women A thun thunder thunder ¬
der storm storm came up accompanied accompanied as asusual asusb a ausi u
usual usb usi l by llgntning lIg1 tnlng They Th y sought the theshelter thelter theabelter
shelter lter of their feather bed A bolti boltiof bolt boltotJlghtnlng bollof
lightning of vary promptly shot through throughWindow 1 1S j jwindow
a window of their room room struck the thefeather theteath tb tbfeather S
feather teath r bed and ripped it open Feath Feathers Feathers Feathers ¬
ers flew in every direction The chances chanctsare chanc chancare j jare
are that some of them are still fly fiymg flylog j jing
log And the young women were wereshoaked wereshoeked wershocked
shocked Into Int uncbnscidusness uncbnscl usnes After Aftersome Aftersome
some hours f work they were brought broughtbeck broughtback broughtbeck t
beck to life IIC and at last accounts they theywere theywere r
rt
thair faith in inf6tlther it
were stIll hearty though t l lfofcther
feather beds Is not n not t as a unshakable as asit asit a 3
it once nce was Was Nevertheless who wh can say sayWhat sayWhtlt sa sawbkt r
What would w uld have happened had ii 1 not notbeen not notbeen j jbeen
been for the bed bedOur bedOur j
j jj l
Our sprightly Bingham contempo contemporary contemporary ¬
rary the Bulletin says urn In Tuesdays TuesdaysOgden Tuedasogden i
Ogden oi standard appeared a quotation quotationfrom quotationfrom t
from a Salt Lake Herald editorial that thatexactly thatexactly thatexactly t
exactly and nd Intentionally reversed the thetrend thetrend th
trend of The Heralds argument It Itcauses Itcauses II IIcauses I
causes The Herald to express the opin opinion opinion opinIon ¬
ion that Judge Parkers cause Is hope hopeless ¬
less whereas the article In its entirety entiretysaid entiretysaid entIret r
said nothing of the kind Work of this thischaracter thischaracter th1 th1character 3
character comes under theHead thr th had ad of 0 con contemptible contemptible ¬
temptible temptible journalism and it is to be beregretted beregretted b S
regretted that so able a newspaper as asthe asthe a athe 3
the Standard has stooped to such tac ¬
tics t tic How many voters were Induced Inducedto
to change eh e their politics In the same sameIssue s samejssue e e1H
Issue 1H e of the Standard was as an article articleunder articleunder articleunder
under the caption Contemptible PoI Political PoII Poftics ¬
itical I wherein ereht the hose should have havebeen haeeen havebeen
been een turned on itself instead of a con contemporary contbmporary conthmporary ¬
temporary temporaryA
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A mean man suggests that tbatfle the state stateshould stateshould
should immediately appropriate a large largesum largEmm largesum
sum of money to be used In repairing repairingthe repairingthe
the roads in Washington county in inorder inetil Inerdcr
order etil r that presidential vreside Jtlal electors ol trs from fromdown tromdown fromdown
down there will not be compelled to get getoft getoft getoff
oft of tickets because becau of their th lr Inability inabWtyto inabHtt inabHttto
to travel travelOur travelOur travelOur
Our esteemed morning rnornIn contemporary contemporaryhas con mporary mporarylias
has lias forfeited t rr lted aJI right to criticise C1t1olse Judge JudgeParker JudgeParker JudgeParker
Parker for not doing more talking talkingJudge talkingJudgo talkingJudge
Judge Parker is a > chatterbox when whencompared whenompared wheuiompar
compared ompar d with our morning morDlngCQntcmDo morDlngCQntcmDorats contempo contemporarys eQntemporarys ¬
rarys attitude on the Republican Republicanstate Republicanstate Republicanstate
state state ticket ticketCandidate ticketCandidate ticketCandidate
Candidate Cutler may m yqlSqover discover along alongearly alongearly alongearly
early In November that there th e Is a alimit aHmft alimit
limit even er to the political poUtical power wer of ofSenator atScnator ofSenator
Senator Sraoot SraootMr SniootMr r
1 1Mr
Mr Munroes opinion of oenIs his own ownfighting ownfighUng ownfighting
fighting ability has been inaterially inateriallymodified nateriaIlymodified aterial1ymedt
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Admiral Schlcy writes as follows follo in inrc inrctd inr inrgard re regard ¬
gard td to the credit for the succuss ucc of tho thooperations thQoperations th thoperations
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At about abe t S43 84 a a m of July 2 ISiS lZ the theOas theortIerl tb a aflag
Oas orderly ortIerl of the Brooklyn Brookl n reported thht thtita thhta thIl t ta
a signal had b bn n made from the thNew Nety Nec f
York to disregard movements of the thecommanderlnchlef thecol1manderlnchief tb S ScornmanderJnchfef
commanderlnchlef and that the th flag flagship flagP
ship P had gone one eastward EI at high speed speedalso speedalso sjieodalso
also that the Massachusetts had with withdrawn w111drawn withdrawn ¬
drawn from the blockade during the mid mid ¬
dle watch 12 1 to 4 a m and had goflS gci 0t1 d
eastward t Where either ship had gone
or for what purpose had nut b befi en vouch
safed to the commander comtnan r of the second 8 cond conu I
Su squadron on whose flag thus left on the th 0
Blockading line In accordance with the t a
naval regulations constituted the com om om ¬
mander Of r the second squadron the senior r
officer present in command
The regulations of the navy settle SCU that thatBeyond t
Beyond any an doubt by b rtxing tnt t zesnon zesnonsiniUty 168pon 168ponslbUt zesonSibtilty
siniUty of such officer When the th service serviceexigencies sonI sonIexlg a aexigencies
exigencies exlg les Impose pose such duties upon Sirs I
The unwritten custom for centuries > s fiir fij r
governing or controlling such sue matters m ttlrS ttlrSnas S
has been gathered Into a written code for ro r
the service ffuJdanca The Th theory upon uponwhich uponwhich npo ri riwhich
which all military organization Is based basedwhether basedthethel I
whether a squad or a squadron is that no noDC ni nielement S IS
element Iement or such organization can eve r rlie
De DC left without a responsible commander commanderand
and no military mlHta exigency can can ocsur o ur In war warwhen warwhen wa r rwhen
when such a force Is ev evet r left without withoutsomeone wUhoutsomeone t tsomeone
someone in control The dates dat 1J of com comef cornmission
missIon held by officers Is lor the purpose purposeeC e eof
ef fixing this very question The differ different dffferent differii
ent graduations in the noncommissioned noncommissionedranks noncotntrtl noneoratnitnioneran1c land landrank ii
ranks are but the continuation of the line lineof lineof fin C Cof
of command In case the ravages of f battle battleremove battler C Cremove
remove r move one one after another in the com commissioned coremissioned ¬
missioned grades There must So some someone someone scm 6 6one
one upon u On whom the responsibility respon blUt7 of cut success su sueoes cutcoos < ¬
cess or defeat d reet can be imposud mpO
From a confidential document under the Ui 0
title Executive C Third ThII Session oTl Fifty lIt
fifth Congress a communication communlca on by Mr
Long respecting resp CUng advancements In the thenavy thenJ Ui Uinavy
navy it is seen that the commandcrlnchlefs commanderInchl commandcrln
chlefs chl rs movements to slboney on that thatmorning thatmorning tli tlimorning Lt
morning were under orders from the th de department de department
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partment to meet General Shatter This Thisorder Thisorder Thu s
order then furnishes an explanation Thur or orthe a athe r
the Commanderinchiefs signal snd SUD SUDsequent SUDsequent nutsequent
sequent movements eastward on July Ol 3 3It r rIt
It supplies too evidence of temporary > as assignment assignment I ¬
signment to a new duty dut taking him on onIt onshore o oshore IU U
shore to the headquarters at the army arzn
It fixes incon Incontertably test tabl ably also the status arznI of ofthe afthe a I
the commander of the second squadron squadronas equadroas quadronas an n
as senior officer present In command be before be before b ¬
fore Santiago after Sampsons withdrawal withdrawalAfter rJthdrawalAlter I
After referring to Nelsons victory at atAbouklr atAbouklr a it
Abouklr Bay In 179S when his command commandwas commandwas comman d
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was as a division of Sir John Jervis fleet fleethe fleethe fleehe t
he continues continuesFrom continuesFrom
From that day to this no mllUary mma man manhas manbas ma a
has ever claimed that the giory maPt of ofAboukir orAboukir C Pt
Aboukir Bay Ba or as better known the theBattle theBattle Ui Ce e
Battle oC the Nile e was in ary respect respectshared Uiit it
shared by the grand and great JanIs who whowas wbowas wh whIt 10
was Nelsons eommandermcbief ler It Itmade Itmade I It
made no difference then and it makes makesnone maJcCsnone makeI IS S
none today whether a commanderln eornmanderird ommanderlnchlet I i ichief
chief be eleven miles or eleven hundred hundredmiles l undredmiles d
miles away from the scene fK ne of rn n action actionIn aetloIn n
In which he did not participate History Historywill HistorywIll flistor y ywill
will always grant l the question of f victory victor victorto p pto i ito
to that commander who rights and nd wins winsthe winstbe win a
the battle If the buttle here her related relatedhad relatedhad aci ci
had miscarried or if through misman mismanagement nlsm n nagement I ¬
agement Cervera or o any an or his ships had hadescaped badescaped ha haa d
escaped that day da there would have been beenno beenno bee beeI a
no difficulty about who WaS In command commandor I
or who would have had to bear corniflancI the cen censure censure I ¬
sure It is as certain in that event ent that thatthere thatthere cotLt tha thae Lt
there would have been no effort ot to prove provethat provI e i ithat
that the New York was within sisral flu distance flufaoce flu I ¬
tance no claim that It W was a captains captainsbattle esptaInS aptal s sbaUle 3
battle nor any an other of the sophistries sophistriesthat S
that were invented In nted m the Aftermath rt rmath of ofcontroversy ofcon a acontroversy f
controversy con oversy about this gre great f f ii sictor idol tnrv
j No instance Is recalteo r lI where great sue success sues sU r ¬
cess s was won on In battie when ever patti participant artf artfclpant I ¬
cipant was wa not anxious an lous to sna sbae e in theglor the theglory Ui Uiglory 0
glory but no Instance is remembered rememberedwhere rememberedwhere
where any subordinate ever eH r desired to toshare toshare I Ishare 0
share with his superior th tho odium of orde ordereat de defeat dEfeatS ¬
feat Santiago alone would be unique as asone asone a aone
one of the theworld world > great battles bal lcs won wonwithout Wonlthout
without anybody aDbod being In c mnnd cmrnend > it itdefeat Itdefeat I If i
defeat had occurred the commander of ofthe orthe i ithe f
the second squadron would have had hadtake fo fotake o otake
take his medicine just the same sameWhile fameWhile
While the squadrons strengtn was thus thusreduced thusreduced the theI Is
reduced we know today from the con contributions CQUtrlbutfons cqttributlons I ¬
tributions of the Spanish officers oC tors pub published published putet ¬
lished afterward by the Office of Naval NavalIntelligence NaalInt NaviLt et
Intelligence Int lUgence and therefore official that thatCaptain thntCaptain thr thret Lt
Captain Concas made a reconnolosanco reconn > lasanco at atthe attbe i ithe et
the mouth of the harbor on the morning morningof rectum f
of the battle In order to learn the disposi disposition disposition dispostics ¬
tion of the American fleet The absence absenceof absencof
of the New ew York and Massachusetts must musthave musthave mw mwhave
have Impressed him as siring fervent ferventthe Ccne11fthe Ccrverathe
the most opportune moment ne had had hadfor hadfar hadfor
for the sortie he made at 935 93 a m on onJuly onJUly onJuly
July 3 3 18SS when the Spanish squadron squadronregardless squadronresaroleu squadronregardless
regardless of the torpedoes in the channel channelwas ctannelwas chanfletwas
was discovered filing out outAdmiral outAdmlral outAdmiral
Admiral Schley in writing wrlUn of the dp dptails dftal1s d dtails
tails of the fight says ot the course of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the flagship the Brooklyn BrooklynThe Brookl BrooklynThe n nThe
The Brooklyn va IUJ steering ft ng a course di diametrically diametrically dlametrically ¬
ametrically opposite to that steered 1 by oy y
the Spanish fleet and It was apparent apparentthat apparEutthat apparentthat
that the original plan to rush in upon the theenemy tJwenemy theenemy
enemy aa his squadron waa emerging emergingfrom emerglnKfrom
from the channel and sink it had foiled foiledThe LailedThe i1ed i1edThe
The Spanish squadron had practically
broken through and passed pass rd the battleship battthipline
line thereby t2Jereb > creating a new situation situationin
in the tight and one that had to be met metat mc mcat metat
at once to prevent Its escape cape A now nowdlBposltlon nowdisposition
disposItion therefore bad to be made in instantly In6tanU Instantly ¬
stantly 6tanU In order to meet the new coed condition coedtion
tion after the failure of the first plan planCook planCook
Cook ook under his general Instructions had badperceived hadperceived
perceived the situation and gave g ve the or order order ¬
der Hard aport anticipating by b a few feuseconds tewse fewseconds
seconds se a similar order by thfe th command commander comman commaner ¬
er of the second s6COndsquadron squadron Flag Lieuten Lieutenant IJeul Lietiteaant n nant ¬
ant Sears was ordered to hoist signal signalFollow zslgnutFolloW signalFohiow
Follow the fla flag which Clark saw saweheieaVaiidTej sawe sawi
eheieaVaiidTej e Lnlldr p > eatcd eatcdThe 1Jd
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The hCC B Brooklyn r001t ltn swuru s1hg Wfi rapidly ra 1W and nd eahie eahiethtudURly ltM ttb ttbtilniouSly
t thtudURly lUou ly aroundjStrtS aIounctt the westward westwardthrough uvestwa uvestwatheugt
throu through a i1ItUc Utlle jnoM n 1r lap ap half ila1 her tacs t bre1d1 c
flfid t111l1 ainSterf mite w rsBnWsfssithe ltI tnr tMtha iui
lacll tatlqtl l dIaInt et being th6 th diameter or tb
cfrcIe aha OUld have tum turned thrcU through h 1f
Sn tI had etutue4 t 01Cd to course northeast by
north from from
whIch she was started The
Qrd Order r to
POrt the helm VIas not given br
the tottnartder of the second squadron
though ftwas it wa th the J1roPcr mllltbJy ma
neavre under the th circumstances Itmet ItmetIffi
wft with hIs approval and saved the day bto
Iffi YQrid QqcJ lD pn d doubt lbL Bat obs obsorvirig > rVlntl < that the
Brooklynis BrOlk1 5 bow
was swinging rapidly lo lotain
statboar tar r t
the inquiry Wa made of Cap Cat
tale COok
whether the helm was hard
f apart B7116 The Proximity of the Brooklyn
at L t the th ilm time o of the th turn to the second secondnru
hlp afterward reognl recgn1zed as th the VIz
cay cayn nru Is remembered Cieu digUnctl ou > irom from me the
fact that a number of men were w c running
on n her decks between the tb superstructure
and her forward turret turr and that day da ¬
light was as observed obs rv d by the th naked eye b br r
tpreen t etn their legs as th they y ran
There was no coSloquv of any kind or
of any a 3 character aracter with any anyone one at t the time
abfuit ebqtit lt the Tb turn and ron rone < > would have bej
permitted with any aIt officer That WiS one
Of man many fctions that jrew rew yn za euig un m > j
Srlf3 others sl six ix or eight months after the th
fight Anvonjr Am t them was th the Texas ia iaq iaqI < i ii LI
I c1ent i Tna That ship wa was n nefr r r for a moment momentI
I i in rhe t1 l lat t dancer from the Brooklyn
t Puring the th turn her distance ww warn WI nevi ne nevr r
nearer nMUol than 300 or 600 yards from tti
Brooklyn Some testimony before tho thocourt t 1t
court of Inquiry in 1001 placed her at
much crater at41r distance During th thp turn
tbestarbtfard thestarb the starbdard ard side of the Texas was nevtr n Tr
j6fn I n from the th Brooklyn at all
After completing the account AC < of the thepursuit thePUtirnlt
pursuit of the Spanish shIp nlp IF1 = he gor = s on
to J ar arThe 8 8ThG aPhi
The Phi > fijrht ri thlii havim having coded t1d at 155 p m mniltural i inirturat
natural Interest hltcr t In the vessels tSsPl following
prompted prom t d a surxey sUr F of the horizon with wi h
glasses gla 1 The masts of two shlos hl and lh lhI h
I smoke of a third were descried doserl away awa tn < n ni
i the hori7An T Later atrr the first f1 t two were wtr
dtecoVercd to bethe be Ute Team exaR And nd the th Vlx rx
en n The third wb wooOe wbo > 5e smrfcc sn kp was visible Isbl vslbiproved Isblprowd
j f proved to be tt the > e New York whloli ar a
1 rived on tho thosCtnf ceno at 223 3 p m moo one hm h
I i jnd Pod eight > J ht minutes after the battlo end ended
If the t e New Sl York me mukin making at the t tm m
n t110 p Hpt I iqnod d of seventeen knots as Cantaln
Chadwlck reported In hi hill Itter datf dated datd1ul < 3
July 1ul 29 i 1SOS to the th commander in rbirf rbirffitpuantanamo ehlrfsttuantsnarno
fitpuantanamo then tb n at the time of thIS thrColons thISColons
Colons Furrtnder url nder she could not O have b beep beepnearer r rnearer rneoarer
nearer than about nineteen nlnett n miles mllestno too far fa
tp tube be b within seeln c distance and too fat faraway fatawllY fataway
away to be nnvwhere within signal dis dl
lance wh wMtt < rt this great battle ended
the th grand arid result r resuhtof ultor or the day wad W3 that
the th Brooklvn and the Oregon Te on won a re renown renow ienown
nown now which cannot be imoBjrned hnnu pd by b din dtaappointment dlgappolnmcnt dinappointment
appointment or mitigated by jealousy nr orcontemned nrcontomned nrcontemned
contemned by envy lt n a es long Ion as jMstir jU8t1c11oldr
holdp empire In the reason of our coun
trrmen trrmenAs t trmenAs mn mnAs
As the nit New ew W York was wa approaching the th thefinai
final I scene of the trailed tr3 d sitmal si al was wasmade wasmade
made from the Bivsklyn We c have havogained havegained
1 gained ft great t victory vlrt t detattfe tkt will willrornmunl b brommunleatod hv hveommunleated
rommunleatod rornmunl at < d Thla Thl signal wa kfp
flvlnff OHIA half an hour B bCfore forx ot > H vtn vtnnaw WiS WiSnliw WtCiiuwrod
iiuwrod naw rod bv h iho New York but th ths omis omission omission omfslon ¬
sion was thought to arise from th the fact
tbot the Now York Totkwas was at too prf greet ret t a
distance dlslan to read rust it lien it flnnlly wa wann wasancred was wasnnswrrd
nnswrrd nn Wtr d however It wa was all In the form formof frntor firmof
of an order to Rouort your ur casuatirs C < u tlls
It Is I to enhe b hf regretted that no word of nn nnpratulallon Cflrat11tUon eiflgrattulatton
pratulallon BO much valued by men ml rnd nd ndnrtlc
orncws nrtlc on such u otcaslon fMloM Issued from
th the flagship fIU5 ln Notwithstanding thin a
213 p rn while whi the New N York was a st stfr1 s11
some two t mites iniIo m l s away 33 another anMb Micnal was
made m dc from fr m the Brooklyn This Is
a great Kf at
day d da for our country C untry This rfraa sbn U was
m mereiy r reJY < Hy acknowledged ackncwl ged with an answering
pennant but no answer otherwise
was wa
made ma madetzzfa
maAt At tzzfa P m the New W York arrived and
Pleftroed t I nPd Into a position poftfU
lR < between bptw en th the
Brooklyn Bi oRIJn and the Colon Co C Cotk ok k had been en
detained d talned for some time Urn on hoard th the Co
ion lon1n in arrancinp the surrender when this
was concluded he was 8g returning r a all the th
Xow f ow Xl Tork To arrived and wac a ordered on
board that ship to make mak a renorc r ott As
Oookjs Ooo Ooola orders were we > re given by b the corn < om
mander of the second 1JmJadron squadron It would
hat X1 relieved evfd the o lftkla1 1 refords r ords of an er ¬
ror if the latter officer orr officerhad Cprhad had hee hC been n able to
f ra 8 51 that 1 no L0 nrrrx had been b n given bv him
that the Spanish nSsh officers In surrendering
tintfondltlonallr Phouja retain their th it of
iRCts It would have clven the tb opporta <
nli nftyto fifty > 1 1 to ° t3 sttethat te t = that the th Ora O Orcwon n did not bka bek
a ftfront front position POU n In the chasfr The 6r 6r6tl Ore
gons strllces on t the day ay of l battle > attle wcu er
superb her position po ltMn was always close to tohl
the hl Brooklyn Iooklvn fro from beginning to end but
she bo was at no time ahead Clarks test
S mcci ony U at the Inquiry JMnr three years after art r
ward f Is conclusive upon this point as
well en as the part tUf taken n the
aJr Tpart by tw two Sl ships ip3
In the result of 0 the days battle battleZ
As Z vv0 soon as CM Cook f tuturn4 turned l from the tll
1o l ei < Y Yorkthe 0rkK rkt etGJnmRtHler < mman4er of thc second
squadron went It in the same boat to the thoo th
eVYork to l rcPOr raporta as cu customary tom r As
this boat shoved oIL from the shloS I
side Ido with the fflmmodors pennant Iv
inS from a staff In the boat the erws Crews
o Pt the Brooklyn Oregon Or on Tex Texa and Via ¬
en manned the rail Shouting in t ttl i
multuous huzzas that tAhi fairly shook the I Iair
air It was a tribute U1 I of f confidence ah
expression of approval in the very smoke
of battle that cannot be dimmed
or dl ¬
minished rnlnlehedjy bjr envjoos env us disappointment
shown afterward
Arriving on qJ1 board tt the New York the
commanderlncblef commRndr Incbier received the com ¬
mander of the second squadron Very
naturally J1aturalJ he appeared to be disappoint 1 1prevented
that t p ap unto unfortunate rtunate circumstance had
prevented pr vented the New York fr f from < > m partlci I
noting In the gIericsof lorles of the days day work
After ter running hastily hA8UI over the th ovents of
the battle the suggestion su sut was as made to
hoist ourliar om t1ilr f1ti over th the Colon coupled coupledBrooklyns
V with lth the offer or Ute boat flag of the I
Brooklyns boat for that purpose TiUTDOS This
was declined by Captain Chadwlck who 1
had a flap fla of the New ew York brought i ifleers
tit from below for this duty Severalof Several of I
fleets of the New York were on th the op i I
pesltre side of the quarter deck and ap ap ¬ I
peared anxious to hoar the incidents of
the battle battleThe b battleThe ttl ttlThe
The incident fncf ent of fh the visit islt made ma e to the i
flagship on that July J after our sig ¬ I Inal
nal nd victory recalls another made after att r I Itqc
the great battle of St Vincent neent more
than a a hundred years 8rs before when the
Immortal Nelson went on board the flag fl flship
ship Victory Victo V to present pres nt to his commander
Inchlef Sir John Jervis the sword of the
Spanish Soanl h admiral Nelsen in that battle battlewore battleore battlewore
wore ore ship turning away from the i
Spanish fleet n t and thus increased lncrta pd his ells ¬
tance from It by b the tactical diameter of
his hi vesstl Te Il Instead of tacking and turn ¬
ing in toward the enemy enem Grand old Jer Jervis J Jervii r ¬
vis vii i took Nelson Nel80nfn la Iz his arms saylns he hecould hecculd
could not thank him hl n enough but Insisted
tnat Nelson should retain the sword he
had so valiantly won The sequel Is a amatter Rmatter amatter
matter of history hili tor also that Captain Cal
dot de of the Victory chief of staff supr suprirested sUtreded suggested
irested to Admiral Jervis that night In Incabin
the cabin of the flitrshlp that Nelson eison
had rendered himself liable to a court courtmartial courtmaTlial courtmartial
martial for disobeying the order of bat battle battle battIe ¬
tle The valiant old admiral Is reported reportedto
to have replied If you tu ever disobey Usobe or r ¬
ders In the same way I will forgive you youBut youBut ou ouBut
But more significant sl ltIcant still is the fart fartthat farttbat factthat
that this selfsafe chief of staff whohad whohad who whohad
had suggested to the admiral the lia liability 1IahlUtv hahility ¬
bility of Nelfionto court martial for do doinr doInlwhat dointwhat
inr Inlwhat what las was thought proper at St Vln Vln1S05 Vincent 11nCent
cent as rice ice admiral afterward In Inlr06
1S05 was wa deprived d Prled of his command of a afleet afleet afleet
fleet or some nineteen ships for falling fallingto
to Improve the opportunity on June June22 June22Of 22 22of 2of
of that year to destroy destro tho fleet of Vil Villeneuve Villneup 1iIleneuve
leneuve which hleh Nelson flson met overwhelmed overwhelmedand
and almost annihilated four months later laterat Jattrat laterat
at Trafalgar TrafaljtrarThe TrafalJarThe TrafalgarThe
The victory of July Jul 3 at Santiago de doCuba deCuba deCuba
Cuba was even more decisive than St StVincent Slincfnt StVincent
Vincent or Trafalgar In that every ship shipnf
bf the enemy was dostrdycd dpsh yc and the en entire entIre eqtire ¬
tire personnel from the admiral to tho tholeast tholeast theleast
least of the seamen with few exceptionwere exceptionere exception exceptionssere >
were ere captured ca tu d It resulted In the expul expulsion expulelon expul1on ¬
sion 1on of the Spanish flag fiR from the watersthe watersthe waters watersor
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