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it r f 4 T i U ± 41 THE SALT L LAKE T A KE HERALDEDrno HERALD I 0 WEATHER LAST Thunder showers FOR EDrno EDITION EDITIONESTABLISHED SALT Cooler CoolerSilver LAKE LAKEThunder 1 1WEATHER 1
i Silver 57c per ounce ounceCoppw
7W = g Coppw = catW My un
1 Lead in ore 35 350 > New ew York 0 0ESTABLISHED
I ESTABLISHED JUNE 618701 6 187O SALT LAKE CITY UTA UT TJTAJ THURSDAY MAY IS 1905 19O PRICE p FIVE CENTS C TS =
CHICAGO STRIKE STRIKEON STRB STRUEON < E EON
ON ITS LAST LEGS LEGSNext
Next FortyEight Hours Will Prob Probably Probj ProbI ¬
I j ably See the End of It ItGOOD ItGOOD ItGOOD
GOOD WORK OF GOMPERS GONIPERSCONFERENCE GOMPERSONFERENCE GOMPERSCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE ARRANGED FOR FORTHIS FORTHIS FORTHIS
THIS MORNING MORNINGHICAGO MORNINGCHICAGO MORNINGMay
t
HICAGO May a7 17lt 17LU is I highly htplyprobable btgtslyprobable highlyp
CHICAGO p probable that the next fortyeight fortyeighthours fwtyeIhthours t t thours
hours will m see ee the end oC C the team teamsters teltItErS teemttM ¬
sters tErS ttM strike in Chicago ChicagoAlthough C CJthoti C1kaOMthough
Although Jthoti < b none of the labor 1 1te leaders leaderswill ederit
will it 1 HO acknowledge g it is i generally generallyii generallythi4rstOod Iy IyUn6
ii Un6 thi4rstOod < 5 rstood tonight ton t that the programme programme3W
3W rr r calling off the strike has already alreadybeen alreadybtf alredybn
been btf > n arranged arrangedTomorrow arrangedTomorrow arrangedTomorrow
Tomorrow morning by i oclock a aJrDeling aTlidlng aTittlng
JrDeling will be held between the theTrvtrosters thef thettrnstera
Trvtrosters f < un sters Joint council and a cotn cotnriittop COfnJ CoftL1
riittop J L1 tt ttQ representing the Team Owners Ownersi OwnerssnCation Ownerssfcatlon
i < socation It will m be made plain to totn tot totI
tn t tI teamsters t m8teTfi that the > business inter vintert intertc
< t tc oT O the team owners render reo r it im imIratre ImIrttt Imt
Iratre Irttt t fatte e that the boycott l c lifted It ItJII Itill j
ill then be agreed a by the team own ownn ownis i iMS
< < MS n and the Teamsters Joint council counciltmt coundlf coinc1lt1t
tmt f 1 t the demand of the team owners ownerst j jt
t > make deliveries deliver to boycotted houses housesvitn bOWMSif
vitn if i I il union drivers be submitted to ar arJ arftr artratloti
J ftr tratlon itlOh <
itlOhOn
Only On the Teatn Tea Owners OwnersThis OwenThil OwiecsThis
This arbitration is to concern only onlytif onlLtw oniyjp
tif Team Owners association andthe andthetinisters aftdthetmtfrs artdthetiii
tinisters tiii ters the members of the Enl Sntj Enlrryrs Emassoelatkni
j rryrs yrs association being bein in no man maniir manI aan aanrr
iir I r interested in it in in an official O411C1 sense senseiiling sense1n1ing e elI1ing
lI1ing iiling the decision of this board of ofin ortllitni ofiviration
in iviration tllitni hit ration tion the strike is to be called caJledff JII JIIand
< Sf1 ff and such members of the Team Teamffis Teamt
ffis t I S union as are able to obtain obtaint
t Sir ir old sttnatlong tuatInn w wilt f return to tov teurk toork
v ork orkThis urkThi orkThis
This Thi will end the strike entirely with withhp withtff withhc
tff hp exception of the strike against againstiMoiitgomery apirUltTlIt againstI
I iMoiitgomery TlIt tgomery otner Ward Co and It It is not notexjfited notE notxie
E exjfited xie jtt ted > d aggressive a ve measures will be beaKipted bedfHf bef
aKipted f flied d by y either side the trouble tlOu in inthis inthIs inthis
this direction H 1rjj tion being be allowed to die out outguulually outg
guulually g l I ul ually uallyt
uallyGornpers
t Campers Worked Hard HardPresident HardPrpident HardPr14ent
President xGompers of the American AmericanTIIration 4merkann
TIIration n jratlon of Labor was very ery active active1viay active1l actlselILy
lILy 1l dY in all efforts made toward towanlt s set sett et ettii
tii t i i > K the strike > He conferred with withnitmbers withTn tth tth1l1mbers
nitmbers Tn f fl1b15 of the Team Owners as aSflOcl aSflOclt soci sociPtiii
Ptiii t tI II held conferences with the team teamsi teamis
si f i ors rF and had an extended talk with withMiyfr wilhlInr witht
t Miyfr 31ty r Dunne DunneHe DunneIt
He ip It refused to state the results of his histliivs hisda hiswork
tliivs da work but expressed himself as asb asbIng asbing
b bIng InpT confident Of1n nt that the strike would wouldlie would11f wouldFe
lie > adjusted within a short time The Thervinner Thennnnpr Theplin
rvinner plin npr of the settlement he declined declinedto
to V discuss but It is said tld he was as in fa favor rafr a aI ¬
I vor fr r of almost any plan that would wouldbring wouldbring wouldbring
bring about an honorable adjustment adjustmentLittle adjustmentJittJe adjustmentLittle
Little if any oppoftUtao was made madetnlay madetfltay madetiay
tnlay by b the strikers and their friends friendsto
to to the making of deliveries deliYer by non nonunion ft6t1tJ nonli ¬
union tJ li ion drivers In1 T fact the street had badstlmost hadplTJost hadImost
stlmost assumed their normal nonnallion condi condition condition ¬
tion and there was as little to indicate indicatethat Indieattethat Indicatethat
that a strike of large Ia proportions fi fij was wasJi
Ji j progress progressBoys progressJ progressBoys
J Boys Given a a LeMon LeMonThf Lesson LessonThe L0950RThe
The authorities autho ties have taken hold Rotdof Rotdofflit of ofth oft1i
th flit strike fever in tire th public schools schoolswith sehoiswith noIs noIsith
with ith a firm hand and this afternoon afternoonJudge afhornGonJudge afternoonJudge
Judge Mack of the juvenile court sen sentenced entf sentenced ¬
tenced tf > T1ced one boy to be Imprisoned at atthe attte atthE
the John Worthy school which is a abranch abranch abranch
branch of the house of correction tion and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two at the parental school while hl a afourth a1ourth afourth
fourth was released re sed on probation probationWhen proballenen probatlonWhen
When en Judge Mack aek passed pa sentence sentencethf 1etI sentencethe nce nceth
the lads lad in an outburst of crying ap app apItaled apraled
p Italed aled volubly for tor mercy Their par parents paren parerts ¬
ents en ts also wept and pleaded with the thejudge thej11dge thejulge
judge for another chance for the pris prisoners prtson ptIsonor ¬
oners on > r The judge > however remained remainedfixed remainedt1xfd remainediic4
fixed in his determination He replied repliedto
to o the parents parentsThese parentsThesf parentsThese
These > school ooI strikes strlk must stop They Theyhave Theyhae Theyhave
have got to stop and they will stop stopright stoprIght stopright
right away It is time these boys boyslearned boyserried
learned 1 Tned there is such a thing as law lawand la lamd lawand
and that those who break laws must mustsuffer mustsuffer mustsuffer
suffer The > sentences will stand standSix standRix standSix
Six warrants were sworn out today todayfor toda toda1r todayfor
for the thepareft parents of young strikers In Inth Intt Int
th t < Harrison school district and they theytvilt theyill theyni
tvilt ill be arraigned in court tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorromrJllng tomorrowmorning
morning morningANOTHER mrJllngANOTHER morningANOTHER
ANOTHER TAINTED TAINTEDMONEY T TAINTEDMONEYRESOLUTION I TED TEDMONEY
MONEY MONEYRESOLUTION MONEYRESOLUTIONLowell RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONIxrwell
Lowell Mass May 17 17A A resolution resolutionbearing re80luUonbf
bearing bf b > + arlng on the Uscussion uNion engendered engenderedby
by b the acceptance of a gift Ift from John JohnD JohnD JohnI
D I Rockefeller by the American Board Boardof Boardf
of f Commissioners < ommi ioners for Foreign missions missionsvas missionsas 8lonsVIS
vas as adopted today by the general as asso asfodaUon asso
so fodaUon < lation of Congregational churches in inMassachusetts in1raS8chusett inMassachusetts
Massachusetts which is in session here hereA he heA hereA
A spirited discussion d preceded preced the theadoption theadoption theadoptIon
adoption of the resolution which is as asfollows asf
follows followsResolved 1 flows 1IOW8R flowsResolved
Resolved R lved That our Congregational Congregationalchurches Congregationalhurchea on ttonal ttonalhurches
churches and their representatives rep ntaUve in intheir inthf intheir
their thf r dealing with pe persons s whose char chara charater
a ater < ter tf > r and business methods are in inperious Inffrious Inserious
serious question should have due con consideration coni conslleratIon ¬
sideration for the effect t tfe t of such action actionor I Ior
i or public morals and on the efficiency efficiencyof I Iof
i of the church as a moral and spiritual spiritualleader spiritualieader rttual rttualeader
leader leaderSTOCKHOLDERS ieaderSTOCKHOLDERS
I
STOCKHOLDERS ASK ASKFOR ASKFORAN I IFOR
FOR FORAN AN INJUNCTION INJUNCTIONSt i i ii iSt
St t Louie May ay 17 17Application Application for a areieiver areeiver I
reieiver for the Standard Copper opper com company cornpay ¬
pany of o Arizona and for or an injunction injunctionrestraining Injunctionrestraining Injunctionrestraining
restraining the sale or other disposal disposalof disPGNl1
of the property and preventing the themaintenance themaintenance
maintenance of offices in St Louis Louiswas Louisonas Louiss
was s as made in n the circuit court today todayThe todayThp todayThe I
The plaintiffs are minor stockholders stockholderswho atoecjotwho
who say y they the own 32HM 3 34 e of the 1MOM 1MOMshares 1OSSphares
shares ha r S of capital stock One allega allegation all alltion allegation ¬
tion is that a mortgage mon ge for Sift on onthe onthe
the th property which constate of land landand landand landafld I
and mills in PinaJ county Arizona Ariaonaand ArJaon1 Arizonaand
and which is now due > is Invalid for forthe forthf forthe
the reason that it was executed in Mis MissourL MIssour j j50urL
sourL sour 1
r
1
GERMANS AMBUSHED AMBUSHEDBerlin AMBUSHEDBerlin
I
Berlin May 17 17apt Capt Von Rappards Rappardscompany Bapeadcompany
company cmp ny while marching RaPlJlUdsl to attack attackChief attitcltChief attackChief
Chief Frederic m In I German Southwest SouthwestAfrica Southw SouthwestAfrica t i
Africa was ambushed May M8 3 at the theJunction thejunction thejunction
Junction of two rivers by Chief bit Fred Frederic Frederj Frederfr ¬
eric erj with 300 men Six Germans were wereKilled werekilled werekilled
Killed and six wounded among them thembeing t1t thembeing m mbffng
being Cnpt apt Von Rappard who was wasseverely hasseverey as asseverely
severely wounded woundedCapti woundedrptm
l Capti Ap Baumgaertel according In to an anofficial anofficial
1 official telegram relieved Capt Von VonHappard YonRappard VonBappard
Happard by a forced march of forty fortysix tertysix fertylx
six lx hours and drove off the natives nativesREADY natlv natlvREADY nativesREADYTODOTIME
READY READYTODOTIME READYTODOTIMEButte TO DO TIME TIMEButte TIMEnutte
Butte Mont May 17 l 17Charles Cha Charles F FGeyman FGeman FGeymali
Geyman president pre ldent of the Geyman Min Mining 1lntrig Mislug ¬
trig company who bo was sentenced to tospend tospnd tospend
spend forty days in Jail yesterday rday by byJudge byJudge
t Judge Hunt sitting in the federal federalcourt federalcourt
I court In Helena gave himself up here Jeretoday lteretoi heref
f today toi sy Geyman was convicted con tct of min mining ailslag In Ining ¬
ing ore througha claim c owned by byh byhin him himIn hi hij
j In property of the Butte utte Boston Bo oeton com company eampany o opany ¬
pany an Amalgamated concern In con contempt CQIItempt contempt ¬
tempt of a federal injunction
LIEU LAND LANDLAW LANDLAWWAS LAW LAWWAS I
WAS REPEALED REPEALEDCircular
I I ICirot
Circular Cirot ar Issued by the Department Departmentof
of f the Interior InteriorIS InteriorIS InteriorIS
IS A HARDSHIP FOR SOME SOMECONGRESS SOMECONGRESS SOMECONGRESS
CONGRESS MAY MAX SET MATTERS MATTERSRK5HT MATTERSRIGHT MATTERSRIGHT
RIGHT RK5HTSpecial RIGHTI RIGHTSpeeiAl RIGHTiSpecl1
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Special to Th TIM Herald HeraldWASHINGTON HeraldWASHINGTON Heraldk
k I ASHINGTON D C May s 17 17Secretary liSecretar 17V
WASHINGTON V V Secretary Hitchcock Hltc k in a cir circular circular circular ¬
cular iesved ed today toda to registers registersand resistersand registersand
and receivers ietvers en of local land of offices offtcell offlees ¬
flees holds that congress meant what whatIt
It said s 1d when by b act of March 3 19 19it 1H9 1H9Jt 19OIt
it absolutely repealed repeal d the lieu land law lawWith jawUh lawWith
With Uh the th exception of owners of cer certain ccllain r rtain ¬
tain lands in San Francisco Franc and Grand GrandCanyon GrandCanyon GrandCanyon
Canyon reserves reIJ rves in Arizona and Santa SantaBarbara SantaBarbttr 5antaBarbara
Barbara reserve California who are arespeeMoaliy arespeelacally arespeeMoally
speeMoaliy provided for by a special specialact specialact
act the secretary holds that all right rightto rl ht
to make lieu selections passed PA on onMarch onMarch
March 1 last and local l land officers o are areadvised areadvised areadvised
advised that they are without author authority suthorit authortty ¬
tty it to relinquish lands within forest re reserves reaen reserves ¬
serves aen after that date and allow sec sections IfCtJon seethins ¬
thins of C other lands in exchange there therefor therefor therefor ¬
for forTke
The secretary lt says however ho ever that tba t all alllitu sllUfU alllieu
lieu selections le ti0n8 made prior to and pond pending peDdfor pondlog ¬
log for adjudication on March 3 196 196miry 19lny
miry ny be perfected and patented and if ifin ifin ifIn
in adjudication of any an selection then thenpending thenCndln thenpending
pending the same should be held in invalid InaUd invalid ¬
valid aUd for any reason not the fault of oftits ofthe ofthe
the party making same me another selec selection 91 91Uon selection ¬
tion for a like quantity of land may maybe iay iaybe
I
be made in lieu thereof The act makes makesno
no provision for cases CL where lands landswithin landswithin landswIthin
within forest t reserves may have been beenreconvened MennconveJloo beenreconveyed
reconvened t te the United States but butI butno butlx
I no selections made in lieu thereof or orwhere orwhere orwhere
where such selections if ifmade made were er fin finally finally finally ¬
ally rejected and cancelled prior to toMarch toIArtft toMareb
March 3 1 lM 5 There is now no no law tewauthorizing avauthorizing lawauthorizing
authorizing selections in in lieu Of of such suchrelinquished suchrelinquiefted suchreilrntuished
relinquished tracts tractsThis tractsThis
This last paragraph means that if ifany ifay ifany
any persons unaware that lieu land landhas landhas landhas
has been repealed have relinquished relinquishedforest relinquishedf relinquishedforest
forest f reserve lands to the government governmentsubsequent governmentsubequent governmentsubsequent
subsequent to March 3 1 Its they will willnot wiIInot willnot
not only be denied the right to select selectlands selectlands selectlands
lands in exchanged for tl t tTos og o relin relinquished rellnqul8hed relinquiebed ¬
quished but will iri the absence of ofspecific ofspecific ofspecific
specific legislation be unable to re recover reOyr recover ¬
cover their original holdings which whichthey whichthey hick hickthey
they have surrendered to the govern government lovernment governmeat ¬
ment The department recognises that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the equities ulties of the case under Utl ier these thesecircumstances thesecircumstances
circumstances would require rJUlresettle rJUlresettlement settle settlement settlement ¬
ment hut t ohere here is no authority of Jaw Jawfor M Mf lawfor
for f r restoring tortn such lands to the person personwho personwho personwho
who relinquishes Ui8Ms them It fe expected expectedcongress expetledre expectedcongress
congress re a t the next session se85 Oft will leg legislate legitdate legi1ate ¬
islate on this point and permit persons personswho personswho personswho
who relinquished since March Iar h 9 to t re recover reeoYer recover ¬
cover their lands and within Uhin forest to re reserves reervet re5crsee ¬
serves otherwise they would suffer sufferhardship sulrerhardship sufferhardship
hardship through no fault of their own ownHOCH OWItoI5 ownHOCH
oI5 oI5HOCH
HOCH MURDER CASE CASEDefendants CASEDefendants I IDefendants
Defendants Attorney Makes Serious SeriousAccusation SeriousAccusation I
Accusation AccusationChicago AccusationChicago
I
Chicago May 17 lYith With an appeal to tothe j
the Jury to inflict the severest sever st penalty penaltyprovided I Penaltyprovided nalty j jprovided
provided by law for murder murd Assistant AmistantStt i iStates
States Stat Attorney Healy today toda finished finishedhis finishedhis 9nihetlhis I
his closing argument Ar ment in the trial of ofJohann o ofJomtnn I I
Johann Hoch charged char d with the murder murderof I
of Mrs Marie WalckerHoch Counsel Counselfor Coul1telfor Counselfor I I
for Hoch Attorney Isidore l Plotke then thenbegan thenbegan I Ian I
began an his plea to the jury in behalf behalfof i
of Hoch Attorney Attor t PIotke made a astrong astron8 astrong
strong plea to the German jury He Hereferred HeertM Herferrod I
referred < ertM to Hoch HO < h as as this German Germanhere Germanhere Germanhere
here and he kept Hochs nationality I
before the Jury in nearly every state statement statement ¬
ment Judge Kerstens Kerstt > ns court room was wascrowded I Icrowded
crowded many fashionably dressed dressedwom i iwotmn I
wotmn wom n being bein spectators spectatoIn I IIn I I IIn
In the afternoon Attorney Plotke in innuking inmakIng i
making his hi arguments in defense of ofHOch I
j Hoch accused a u Mrs FischerHoch of ofi I
beln being the murderess of her sister Mrs MrsWalcker MrsWalekerHoch
i WalckerHoeh Walcker Hocb and declare d that she j
L Land
and not Hoch should be sitting as a aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner in the court It is expected expectedthat expectedthat xP < ted tedthat
that argument ar ment in the case will be fin finished Anished finIshed ¬
ished within Uhin one hour tomorrow and andthat andthat
that the case will jIJ be given to the th jury jurybefore jurybefore Jurybefore
before noon noonBLACK noonBLACK noonBLACK
BLACK MIKE SENT SENTUP SENTUP SENTUP
UP FOR FORTHREE THREE YEARS YEARSSpecial YEARSIlo YEARSSpecial
Special Ilo to The Herald HeraldCasper HfraJdper ilerakICaapec
Casper per Wyo May 17 l l7Blark Black Mike Mikewhose Mikewhose
whose w real r 1 name is l Frank Slice th thsheepherrter titslteephenler the thesheepherder I
sheepherder who shot and wounded woundedfo woundedfour
fo four or r men n at Walton sJton Friday pleaded pleadedguilty pleadedguilty
guilty in the district court here he and andwas andWIUJ andwas
was sentenced to three years in prison prisonThe prisonThe prisonThe
The shooting was as caused by a a quarrel quarrelwhich quarrelwhich
which arose over a bad check All of ofthe ofthe ofthe j
the men who het were shot will recover recoverbut reccwerbut recoverbut
but it was ag only Black Mikes intox intoxicated IntoxIcated Intoxtested ¬
icated condition eondiUofl which blch saved them from fromwora frotnWorM frumuworse
> WorM wounds woundsFAREWELL v vFAREWELL
woundGE
GE GEFAREWELL
FAREWELL BANQUET BANQUETParte BANQUETPar BANQUETParis
Paris Par May ay 17 1 ILGeneral Gent General > ral Porter the theretiring thereUrinlt theretiring
retiring American ambassador was wasgiven wasgiven MB
given a notable farewell banquet to tonight to ton tonIght ¬
night n ht which for sumptuousness 8umpt u ne8aS of ap appointments appointrnenbl appointneenta ¬
pointments and the distinguished dtsti gUtshed char charasttr chara eharast
asttr a ast fr r of the guests present have not notbeen notbeen
been exceeded by anything of the kind kindheld kindb4Id kindheld
held in recent J1f t years in Paris ParisPractically ParisPracticalir
Practically the entire diplomatic diplomaticcorps diplomaUcrorptl diplomaticcorps
corps was represented tepr nted The Anifrican Anifricanguests AnFrkan1Ie Am rican ricanguests
guests 1Ie 8 who numbered several hundred hundredIncluded hundredIncluded
Included Henry Ht > nry Watterson Watte n J T Pierpont PierpontMorgan PIerpontlor Pierpontorln
Morgan lor orln and President P dent Dallteba of the theAmerican tileAmfMcan theAmerican
American Chamber C mber of Commerce Cotn ne the thelatter Utelatt thelatter
latter latt acting as presiding officer officerNATIVES officere officerNATIVES officerNATIVES
e
NATIVES WERE ROUTED ROUTEDWashington ROUTEDWashington ROUTEDWashington
Washington May 17 1Chttrles Charles Page PageBryan PageBryan Pageryn
Bryan ryn the American minister to Lis Lisbon Usbon Lisboo ¬
bon reports to the state department departmentunder departmentunder
under date 8 f May 2 that official con confirmation eonfirmnatiosi ¬
firmation has been bt received there of ofconsiderable ofconI ofconsiderable
considerable conI erabie victories by the Portu Portuguese Portug Pottngveee ¬
guese g troops over the rebellious natives nativesIn
In Angola The natives were completely completelyrouted completelyrouted fT fTrouted >
routed and in consequence gequenre quiet pre prevails prtvalls provalie ¬
vails and safe transit exists every everywhere cvelJwhere everywhets ¬
where
IICJ IICJBOARD
BOARD APPOINTED APPOINTEDSoecial APPOINTEDSPeclal APPOINTEDSpeelsi
< Soecial to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCkesr1te HeraldCheveislee
Cheyenne Wyo May 17 liGovernor liGovernorBrooks 17G Governor GovernorBrooks vernor vernorBrooks
Brooks ha hiss appointed a State horticul bortlcultural horticultural horticulturl ¬
tural board as follows John Job H H Hihck Hihckley Hinckley HhickIcy
ley Oowley owle Benjamin C C Fay FayVI1eat FayVI1eat1toOert Wheat Wheatland Wheatlaud
land Robert C Morris Green River RiverC Riverf
C JTManning f Manning i BtgHeot IMgB 1Mg JAerii Thte is the thenow thenow I
now 0 board created by the last legisla legislature leglstature leglslature ¬
ture i
ROJESTVENSKY ROJESTVENSKYIS
IS ABOUT ALL ALLRussian ALLIN ALLINRussian IN INRussian
Russian Admiral Suffers Prom a aNervous aNervous aervous
Nervous ervous Breakdown BreakdownALSO BreakdownALSO BreakdownALSOHAS
ALSO ALSOHAS HAS KIDNEY TROUBLE TROUBLEIRON
IRON DISCIPLINE ON BOARD BOARDWARSHIPS BOARDWARSHIPS BOARDWARSHIPS
WARSHIPS WARSHIPSPETERSBURG WARSHIPSST WARSHIPST
T PETERSBURG May 17 1VelJ 1VelJdteqI 17Veryo Very VeryI
ST o I disquieting dteqI diequletlngreports tig reports are in istion circula circulation circulstion
tion this evening about Vice Ad Admiral Admiral Adsiltal ¬
miral RojeHtvenskys Health It is issaid issaid Issaid
said that he has ha telegraphed to the em emperor emperor emperot ¬
peror that it is impossible for him to toproceed toproceed toproceed
proceed An evening paper prints a areport areport areport
report that the admiral adlni I suffers fers a ner nervous nervous norvous ¬
vous break down No ofliClal confirma confirmation confirmation confirmsthat ¬
tion of the report that Rojestvensky Rojestvenskyhas Rojestvet1 kr krhas
has requested to be relieved from duty dutyis dUl dUlis
is obtainable at the admiralty Never Nevertheless Nevertheless Nevertheless ¬
theless the admirals health has ha been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the cause of considerable anxiety here hereIt hereIt I IIt
It is well known that he suffered from
kidney trouble before leaving Cron Cronstadt CronItadt Cronatadt
stadt and throughtit the long voyage voyageto
to the far east he suffered at times to tosuch tosuh tosuch
such an extent that he had to be car carried 81Tied carvied < ¬
Tied about on a stretcher But the theRussian theRussiBn theRussian
Russian commander stuck bravely to tohis toJilis toImis
his post If he is non no compelled on onthe onthe onthe
the eve of battle to give up his com command fJRSOO cornmand ¬
mand the admiralty would regard r gard it as a5JUUe aslittle i ilittle
little short of ora a national misfortune J1 misfortuneRojeetvensky sfortuneRojootvenstcy i
Rojestvensky has proved to be a agenius agenlue agenius
genius as an organizer and coafldejice is isfelt IsfeU Isfelt
felt that he would show equal ability as asa 8 8a asa
a fighter Should Rojestvensky Roje txensky be becompelled becompelled j
compelled to leave the fleet the qom qornmand qommand qommend
mand will iIl devolve on Rear Admiral AdmiralVolkersam AdmiralVolkeITilam AdmiralVolkersam
Volkersam who no is now with Rojest Rojestvensky Rojeslenskr Rojestvenaky ¬
vensky
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ANXIETY INCREASES INCREASESRojestvensky INCREASES INCREASESRojestvensky INbREASESRojestvensky
Rojestvensky Now on the Final FinalStage F 1al 1alStage FJpaIStage
Stage of His H is Journey JourneySt
St Petersburg May IS l 24 It 4 a m mWith 111Yith a aWith
With a suspicious stoppage of dig digpatches dkpatches diepa
patches pa tehes from Manchuria a and a nd a strong strongpossibility strongfJOSSlbility strongpossibility
possibility that Vke Admiral Ad ndra I Uojest Uojestvensky Hojesty
vensky y nsky sky has cut his hi last I lasttrns N cojnmutiica cojnmutiicatftms munja munjatllS
tftms with home and nd set forth on the thefinal theftnal thefinal
final stage of his journey to his goal goaleither gOflleither goaleither
either Togo or Vladivostok keen in interest interest Interest ¬
terest is manifested in naval and mili military military milltary ¬
tary circles here on the twofold lick fiehlof fieklof lickof
of war Sr Though the admiralty which whichhas whichhas hjch hjchhas
has been completely silent since the theadvent theadvent theadvent
advent of Rojestvensky in the China Chinasea Chinasell Chinssea
sea publishes no dispatches the con conviction COIltcUon con1ctlon ¬
viction is growing that t > the unit united united unitad ¬
ed squadrons as indicated by the As Associated Associ8ted Assoelated ¬
sociated Press on May 15 IL departed
from the Annam coast immediately aft after aftor ¬
er their juncture and naval officials officialsare
are anxiously anxioust expecting news of the thefirst thefirst thefirst I
first skirmishes between scouts of the thehostile thehostilE thehostile
hostile fleets The Th Associated Press Presscorrespondent I Icorrespondent
correspondent corr pondent on his visit to naval navalofficials na navalofficials al aloffiMals J
officials yesterday ye to investigate Ine tigate the therumor therumor therumor
rumor that Vice Admiral Rojestven Rojestvenskys Roje8tvensk7s Rojestvenskys
skys health had broken down was re repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly ¬
peatedly and energetically eaer Ucally questioned questionedfor qu qufor
for the latest t Information through throughprew tltr9Ughdispatches throughpress
press dispatches which it was de declared dtcia dodared > ¬
dared cia red are a better source than the theadmiralty tbesdmiraJty theadmiralty
admiralty admiraltyCould sdmiraJtyCould admiraltyCoud
Could Clean Up at Sea SeaCaptain Seaptain SeaCaptain
Captain ptain dado confirmed the state statement statement sttemeat ¬
ment of the Associated Press that the thevessels theve88CIs thevessels
vessels of both squadrons are equipped equippedwith equippedwith
with itk apparatus for cleaning their tbt > ir bot bottoms bottOfftS ¬ I
toms at sea He said it was entirely entirelypossible entirelypossible entirelypossible
possible for Vice > Admiral Nebogatoff Nebogatoffto
to put the last finishing touches touc to tothe tothe
the vessels of his division during durin the themysterious themystertoul themysterious
mysterious Interval In terval when they were werelost werelost re I
lost to sight bt before passing the Straits Straitsof
of Malacca MalaccaNeither MalaecaNeither alaaNt I
Neither Nt > lthef the tb admiralty nor individual individualofficers indhidualotfkers individualofficers
officers have any information regard regarding regardlug ¬
lug the rumored ru orld request of Vice Ad Admiral Admiral Adiniral ¬ I
miral Rojestvensky to be relieved and andall andall andnfl
all who 00 were questioned regarding r rdinl the thereport thereport i
report expressed > xp l doubts of its it accu accuracy aecuracy ¬
racy It was pointed out that it would wouldbe acoldbe ould
be entirely impracticable for the fleet fleetto fleetto
to delay in the Chinese sea until the thearrival thearrlv
arrival arrl arrlv 1 of Vice Admiral Biriloff and andit andit
it was as declared decla that Rojestvensky will willkeep willkeep
keep his nag flying as long as he is isnot isnot isnot
not utterly incapacitated incap citated for com command corntnanl ¬
maud which hkh then would ould naturally de devolve dovolvo ¬
volvo on Vice Admiral Vodkersam Vodkersamwho VoeIkfrsamwho Voelkersarnwho
who is known as an officer with a aTeutonic aTeutonie aTeutonic
Teutonic thoroughness tborouE = h and attention attentionto
to the fine details of his profession professionHe
He is also a notable strategist and andtheoritician andtheoriticlan
theoritician theoriticianAccounts theoriticlanAccounts
Accounts for the Rumor RumorThe RumorThe RumorThe
The Associated Pre was informed informedlate JnConnedlate Informedlate
late last Ia t night that Vice Admiral Biri Biriloff Biailoff Bitiloft ¬
loff will be sent to Vladivostok which whichpossibly wblchPOSSibJ whichpossibly
possibly accounts aecountsfor for the origin of the therumor theruanor therumor
rumor of Rojestvettskys request to be berelieved berelieved berelieved
relieved of his command commandOn COIIImandOn
On the military side the indications indicationsare
are that events are rapidly shaping for forthe fOrtbe forthe
the preliminary stage of another great greatbattle greatbattle greatbattle
battle The Russian Iru1 army has been beenrefitted beenretitted beenrefitted
refitted and in ready for action and andit andit andIt
it is asserted as that General Gent > ra 1 Linevitch LinevitchIs
Is not the man to wastedays waste days in in inaction inaction ¬
action actionA 8 tien tienA
A further mobilization of cavalry in inone Inone Inone
one or two districts was W ordered to today today ¬
day but no large draft is l required as asreinforcements asreinforcements
reinforcements for or the cavalry arm are areat arest aeat
at nand in the recentlyembodied ro Coo Cossacks C06sacks Coosacks ¬
sacks whose hose departure for or Manchuria Manchuriawas
was postponed in anticipation of May l y
day troubles the most of whom cat catnow ca catoW cabow
now resume the trip eastward Matwanlsmall eastwardsmall V Vsmall
small but important detachment deta > hment t M Mleave dileave n nleave
leave St Petersburg today to join joinGeneral joinGeneral joInGeneral
General Linevitehs army armyGIVES ann annGIVES armyGIVES
GIVES LITTLE HEED HEEDAdmiral HEEDAdmiral HEEDAdmiral
Admiral Rojestvensky R Acts Upon UponHis UponH
Hi H His Own Judgment JudgmentSaigon JudgmentSaigon JudgmentSaigon I
Saigon fcrbfnCbine lCCbln bina May 17 17Ad 17Admical Ad Admiral ¬
miral De Jonqufereg Jnqu I the French F nch naval navalcommander naaleommander navalcommander
commander at Saigon who has been beencruising beencrulliin beencruIsIng
cruising crulliin along the Annam coast on onthe onthe I
the cruiser crul r Guichen returned here to today tody ¬
day da According to the reports gath gathered gatherfd gathcted ¬
ered concerning the Russian fleet Ad Admiral Adminll Admiral ¬
miral Rojestvensky showed absolute absolutedisregard absolutedisregard I
disregard of the discussions on the sub subject subjeti ¬
ject of neutrality neutraUl The Russian com commander commander cornmander
mander proceeded as if his position positionSave positiongave i
Save him complete independence independ e He Hedeclared Hed Hedeclared
declared d red that he acted on his own ownjudgment onjudgment ownjudgment
judgment and said that criticisms ms dont dontchange dontchange dontchange
change his opinions ns Iron discipline it itis ItIs itIs
is added was Ss maintained on board the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian warships warshipsExpected warsklPlExpected warshipsExpected
Expected to Fight Soon SoonA
A correspondent < of a Hanoi news newspaper ne nepaper newsMper ¬
paper who was said to have been lost lostoff locr lostoIl
off Port Dayet forty miles north of ofKamranh orKamranh ofKarnranh
Kamranh bay was rescued by a junk junkand Junkand junkam
and am brought here While on the junk junkthe junl Junkthe
the correspondent says thirty Russian Russianwarships RussianarsbI Russianwarships
warships arsbI s anchored anhor in the hay The Thejunk Thejunk Thejunk
junk later was stopped and boarded Do rded by bythe bythe bythe
the Russian repair ship Kamtchatka KamtchatkaThe
The boarding hoardtn officer blindfolded bUn lolded the thecorrespondent thecerre thecorrespondent
correspondent cerre pondent and took too him on board boardRear boardRear boardRear
Rear Admiral Nebogatoffs Nebogat rr ffs flagship the theNiooiai theNicolai theNicolat
Niooiai I L where he was closely questioned ques questioned ues uestioned ¬
tioned The explanations of the cor corresfKmdent corre correodent
resfKmdent re were found to be satisfac satisfactory satlsfactog satisfactori ¬
tory tog and be was s well treated The Rus Russian Russi Rues1u ¬
sian si officers said they had not 110 t been beenashore beenash beenashore
ashore since Babruary bruary ru84Y They ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected an engagement to take place
i
A Purely Private Hatter qtter
FOUR DAYS OF FIGHTING IN JOLO JOLOList
I
List of Killed and Wounded Forwarded From Manila by byGeneral byGeneral byGeneral
General Corbin CorbinThere There Was Also an En Engagement Engagement Engagement ¬
gagement April 12
I A lASHINGTOX GT N May Ma 17 1The The follow following folio followV i iVi
V Vi AVASHI V ing cablegram has been received receivedat
at the war ar department from Gen General Ge Geeera ¬ i ieral
era eral Corbindated Corbin dated Manila today rela relative relathe relatlve ¬
the to General G neral Woods campaign campaignagainst cam camagainst campaignagainst
against the Moros MorosHave < < SormHave oros orosHave
Have as yet no official details of ofthe 01 01the ofthe
the fight in J Job Joto oIiJ The medical me officers officersfurnished o4IIcenCUMaished officersfurnished
furnished the chief surgeon su eon of the di division diJ dlvision ¬
vision J ion the list of o killed and wounded woundedand woundedand woundedand
and that is all the information infonnatl we wehave wehave wehave
have No report reprt has h been bn received receivedfrom receivedfrom
from General Wood Vo Will VI forward for as assoon assoon
soon s as received reeive The cable cble south suth to toJok toJ toJob
J Job 0 and Zamoanga 7Mmng has ha not been hn work working workIng ¬ I
ing for several seed weeks wek Cable ship sp is isconstantly I Isconstantly
constantly conslmty at work wok and wiii wi cteubtiem cteubtiemhave doubticonhave u
have it i restored r very soon soonFollowing soonFollowing
ot Mn MnFolowing
Following Folowing are the casualties uslti in the theengagements theenb theengagements
engagements enb fmnts on O the th island i5Qd of Joloj Jol Joio May lIay MayZ4and5
2 3 Z4and5 Z4and5KiiledHenry 4 and 5 5Killed 5h1UeHenr
Killed h1UeHenr KiiledHenry Henry Balbach Blbach Dan Burke BurkeTroop BurlC BurkeTroop
Troop TrOp M iI Fourteenth cavalry Everett EverettC
C Fowler > r Troop Trp L 1 Fourteenth Fourteth cay cavalry cv cvalry cayairy ¬
alry pany Lewis Lej K Seventeenth Williams Wnims John Jon infantry Kelly Kel Com Company COI Cmtipany ¬
Wounded WoundedJames VoundedJamc James C Gunn hospital hospitalcorps bosptal bosptalcp hospitalcorps
corps cp Murray llury D Higgins company comPn K KThird KThid KThird
Third Thid battalion bats1on engineers engln ers Harry A ASouthard ASouthrd ASouthard
Southard Southrd Charles Chrles E Carlson CarSn Frank C CCarpenter Cearpenter CCarpenter
Carpenter earpenter Troop Trop 1 L Fourteenth cay cavalry cv cvalry cayairy ¬
alry Theodore Theodort E Thorsen Thorn Troop Trop M MFourteenth 1L 1LForteth MFourteenth
Fourteenth Forteth cavalry cavlry William Vilam H Griggs GriggsTwentyeighth Grggs GrggsTWet GriggaTwentyeighth
Twentyeighth TWet eishth battery bter field fie artillery artilleryBlnwr artl1 artlflerrBimer
Bn Blnwr B GoreXetoMiG Goe Gore Noised G Hughes HughesCompany Hu HughesCOmpany
Company comp An A Twentysecond TWty ond infantry infantryGeorge infantr infantryGeorge
George Gege C Brock Brk Joe Jo Adams Company CompanyB Cmpny
B Twentysecond Tenty ond infantry Infantr James JamesTwentysecond JamesVII
W VII Howard Glasgow Compny Company C CTwentysecond
Twentysecond Twentysond infantry inf ntlJ James Jam J JStamates JStamtes JStamates
Stamtes Stamates Company ompn D Twentysecond Twentysecondinfantry Twentseond Twentseondinfant Twentysecondinfantry
infantry infant Jacob Orken Company Compny I ITwentysecond Jond ITwentysecond
Twentysecond ond infantry infantr Luther Jon Jessup Jf Jfsp
I sup sp Company COlp1 I Twenty T Twentsecomt ent second O11 in infantry inntl infantry ¬
fantry Fred K Paul Company M MTwentysecond XTWenty MTwentysecond
ntl Fr Compny
Twentysecond TWenty ond infantry infantr William Vlim A APutnam APutnam APutnam
Putnam Company Compn F Seventeenth in infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry Thomas F Brewer Company CompanyH rompny rompnyH
H Seventeenth Sevententh infantry Pat J Conlin ConlinCompany Conln ConlnCompny TonlinCompany
Company Compny C Seventeenth S infantry infantryEngagement infantr infantryEngagement
Engagement En a elnent Camp smp Vicars Vicrs April Apri 12 12Wounded I IWoundeGrret 12WoundedGarrett
Wounded WoundeGrret WoundedGarrett Garrett Butler BuUto Joe R R Mil Miller 1U Muicr ¬
ler leI Arrhif ArehlE W V Sorrelle Sorrele Troop Trlop C Four Fourteenth Fourtenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth tenth cavalry
GOVERNMENT ASKS REHEARING REHEARINGOF
OF THE PHILIPPINE TARIFF CASE C SE
I Washington Wasington May 17 17LA A petition pttin of ofthe ofthe
the th government govemmnt for a rehearing rehg in I the theeases thees theeases
eases es of the th United Unite States Sate vs Pealwdy Pealwdyt P1y P1yk
k t Co and an the United Unif States State vs v War Warner WBf WBfnero Warjnet ¬
nero Barnes BaES Co involving the th con construction c csructon construction ¬
struction sructon of the presidents plts Philippine Philippinetariff Philippinetariff
tariff tarf order odlr of July 12th 188S 18 wa wl wah sub submitted ¬ I Imit Imittd
mit mitted tp t m the supreme court of o the theUnited theUnie theLnited
United Unie States States today t08 ted The Tb petition pUtln was waspresented wuprente waspresented
presented prente by Solicitor Soilto General Generl Hoyt Hoytand HoYand Hoytand
and was as supported spprte in a brief by byt byttorny At Attorney AttotThey ¬
torney torny General Generl Moody MoodyThe MoodyThe ooy ooyThe
The case ce was w s decided de a few weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago adversely adverly to the tb contentions cOltpnUoD of ofhe ofhe ofthe
the he United Unie States St te and an the decision de was wasaccepted wasaceptN wasaccepted
accepted aceptN by 9 the government t as calcu calculated calu caluI calculated ¬
lated I ted to impose imp no inconsiderable ineonsidtra I bur burdeifbn burdenon burdeirbn
deifbn denon the treasury tT8Sr The attorney atornfy gen
FULL MILITARY MILTARY HONORS WILL BE PAID PAIDTHE PAl PAIDTHE
THE REMAINS OF LATE LAT HIRAM CRONK CRONKI
New Ne York Yok May lay 17 17The The body boy of ofHiram orHirm ofliltam
Hiram Hirm Cronk Crk who lived Jve to be b the tn last lastsurvivor jasts Iasl9rvivor
survivor s 9rvivor rivr of the War of 1812 151 81 was wasbrought wasbrought as asbrought
brought here hre today toy from fro Booneville BoonevilleN Bneme BnemeN
N Y and will wi be h laid lid away in Cyprus CyprusHills CyprusHis CyprusHills
Hills His cemetery c with wih full military mitr hon honors ho henors ¬
ors The funeral funerl will wi be b held tomor tomorrow tomc toinrow r rTO ¬
row TO and ald in 11 i the th meantime meantm the tb body bodywill buy buywi bodywill
will wi lie le in state slte in It the city dt hall hallAccompanying hal hailAccompanying
Accompanying compning the body by were er Mr MrCronks Jl MrCroaks
Croaks Croks three thrEc surviving survivig son SS sons and one onedaughter o onedaughter
daughter dAu hter They Thy were Philander PhiAne Crook CronkSI Cr
SI years yer old Id William mim 72 i John and andthe an andthe
the daughter dughter Mrs Mr Sarah Srb Hawley 71 71years ilers 71years
years ers old oldAs oldAs oldAs
As the the funeral funerl cortege cortee moved mve from fromtheGrand frm frmthe fromthe
theGrand the Grand mnt Central station stin tothd to totbdcIty totbdcItymuiti Uut city citysoon ciy ciysr
soon The united unled Russian Ruian fleet t wa wathen wathe w wthen
sr then the about to start strt for Vladivostok VladivostokTJne Vldlvotk Vladivostoklhe I I1e
TJne 1e lhe bottoms botoms of f th t vessels vel of Nebgot Nebgotatoffs Kebol Kebolatofs NebgotatofVs
atoffs atofs division dhisln the tb correspondent correpJet as asserted A asserted ¬
serted srte to be h foul and the th ships hfP were wereweather wereweather rc rcwether
weather wether beaten beatenThe ben benThe beatenThe
The entire eUre Russn Russian fleet ft comprised comprisedsixty cornpriedsixty orli
sixty iaries vessels ve with Uh a number numbe of auxil auxiliaries amcf auxflIarles ¬
SOUTH OF FORMOSA FORMOSAWhere FORMOSAWhere FORMOSAWhere
i
Where the theJaps Japs Propose to FIght FfghtRojestvensky Ffghtl FfghtlROjestvensky FIghtRojestvensky
Rojestvensky RojestvenskyAhioy ROjestvensky ROjestvenskyAmo RojestvenskyAisoy
Ahioy Amo China May 1sy 17 l 17It It l is i believed believedthat belevod belevodt1t believedthat
that t1t part of the Japanese spne fleet fet Is tik tiking t tking k king
ing up up a position psiton below bw Formosa Forosa and andthat nailthat
that tat Admiral Togo has hs planned pla to tofight tofght tofight
fight fght the Russians Rusians south of Formosa FormosaThe FormosaThe orosa
The Japanese apnOe get orders ores from fr this thisvicinity ths thsvIcinIb tillsvicInity
vicinity vIcinIb at t night n4hl time timeThe tie timeThe
The state of martial mtl law Iaw first frt fl flolared de dedared
dared aared at Tamsui Taml Island Ist af eFQrmOlli eFQrmOlliand e Formosa Forinoffiand Formosaand J
and subsequently made geaaraj geaarajthroughout t tthroughout geaoi1throughout
throughout the island has been 101
eral concludes hlistaten hl hioststernent t tement ent as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The reason for the importance to tothe tothe
the government of the thegrOUnd ground on which whichi whichtJilis whIchthis
i this case is to be decided if it must mustae
ae Ie decided dt < ided in favor of the complain complainants complainants ¬
ants is that there are doubtless do btless claims claimsamounting claimsamounting
amounting to more than a million dol
i lars on which suit was not brought broughtbefore
before July Tul 1 1902 19 190 the date of the rat ratifying nltIJJnt rathyIng ¬
ifying act but bU t on it suits have been beeni beenand
i and will be brought in view of o the pres present present prosemit ¬ I
ent dscision of the court For these theferea theseresnis
1 reasons rea ons we think it of the utmost im imi importance
i portance to the government that an op opportunU opportunity
1 portunity should be given for a rear rearI rearUinent reargutrment
I gufnent in which the question of con conI construction eonstruction
I struction and ratification may be given givenmuch givena iv n na
a much fuller consideration in view of ofall ofall ofall
all of th ° history of this legislation legislationi legislationthan legislationthan
i than as a it is respectfully submitted submittedit
1 it has heretofore had
hair it afforded an imposing and un unusual anusual ¬
usual spectacle Led by a police es escort escort escort ¬
cort of mounted and foot officers officersdetachment a adetachment
detachment from the United States Statesregular Statesregular Statesregular 1
regular army ann the Society of 1S12 1812 and andthe andthe andthe
the old guard in uniform came the thehearse thehearse thehoarse
hearse bearing the old warriors body bodyAround bod bodAroUl1d bodyAround
Around It in hollow square forma formation formatip formatlon ¬
tion tip marched the members of U S SGrant SGrant Sqrant
Grant post G A R Then followed followedthe followedthe followedthe
the Washington Wftshln ton Continental Guard of ofNow ofN ofNow
Now N w Yorkxthe York the Minute Men Ien of Wash Washington WashIngton Washlngton ¬
ington D l C the th > Army Arm and Navy Navyunion XayInion Navyunion
union and carriages with members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cronk family Carriages with ith May Mayor Ma ¬
or 4 McClellan antf an nQ members of the city citygovernment citygOvernment citygOvernment
government brought up the t e rear rearlowed rearlowed
lowed by the appointment of t mill military milltiiry ¬
tary executive and the moving 1n mOvlngof vlng jot the thewomen thewomen
women and children from the Pesca Pescadore Pescadore
dore Islands Isla ds to Formosa FormosaSteamers FoosaSteamers FormosaSteamers
Steamers Seized
Toklo May 17 HThe The British steamer steamerwarship steamerLinclud steamerLineidn
Linclud n Was vas seized by a Japanese JapaneseRn1ip Japanesewarship
warship May 15 south uth ofKorea ofKoreaThe ofKoreaThe ofKoreaThe
The French Fren h steamer Quangnam was wasCaptured wasAptured wastaptured
Captured by a warship 6f e Japan on the thedate thedste thedate
date near the Pescadore islands islandsstraits islandsitrth j jstraits
straits of Formysa Form Formsa FormsaThe sa saThe i i iThe
The cargoes qr destinations of the thetvo tbetwo thetWo
two vessels are not announced announcedFourth announcedFourth announcedFourth
Fourth Division DivisionSt
St Petersburg May hy 17 17It It is an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced from Cronstadt that Vice Vicei VlceAdmiral Vice1mifal
i Admiral 1mifal Birileff commanderinchlef commanderinchlefat
at t the Baltic port has ordered the thecommanders theeommnnders theconimanders
commanders In the fourth division of ofVice oftee of9ee
Vice Admiral Rojestvertskyvs RojestveIfSk3 S fleet to tohold tohold tohold
hold their t ships in il readiness to leave leavefor leaveor
for or tfca t ti far east ea eas by y June 14 wlth wIthout wlthtJutfall wIthoutfall ut utfail
fall
WORSE THAN USELESS USELESSGovernor USELESSGovernor USELESSGovernor
Governor Douglas as Referee De Decides Decides Decides ¬
cides Against the Pall Pallver PallIliver jpallBiver
Biver ver Strikers StrikersBoston StrikersBo8ton StrikersBoston
Boston May 17 1ln In a statement is issued 15 15u Is4I54I ¬
sued u today Governor Dous Douglas as asreferee ASreferee asreferee
referee in the settlement of the Fall FallRiver FallRiver FallRiver
River textile texti strike of 1984 finds that thata
a partial restoration of wages is not notwarranted notaITnted notwarranted
warranted When hen the strike was set settled settled settied ¬
tled in January las Iss1 through Governor GovernorDouglas GovernorDouglas GovernorDouglas
Douglas intervening interve ing he was as em empowered empowered enpowered ¬
powered to fix a margin of profit at atwhich stwhich atwhich
which operatives o would receive an in increase Increa increase ¬
crease crea e of wages ages The governor re reports reperU reports ¬
ports that the conditions during the themonths themotItbs themostha
months between January and a Ajwil Ajwilwere Altrilere Aptliaore
were ere not such as to warrant an in increase 1 1creIC Increase ¬
crease creaseThe creICThe creaseThe
The strike which hich affected about 25 2 2o
06 4 o persons was began in rn July 19W 1 to toresist toa toresit
resist a cut of 12 1 per cent in wage wageThe WA wagesThe efI efIThe
The strike lasted nearly six months n lth5 at atthe atthe I Itbe
the end of which bith time the operatives operativesreturned operativesTeturned operatIvesreturned
returned to work ork with the reduction in ineffect ineffect ineffect
effect The strikers went back in con consequence consequence consequence ¬
sequence of the amicable intervention interventionof
of Governor Douglas and the agreement agreementwas
was that the governor should after afterinvestigation afterinvttlgation afterinvestigation
investigation decide upon what margin marginthe marginthe marginthe
the mill owners could grant an In Increase Inrease Increase ¬
crease of 5 per cent up to April 1 of ofthis orthis ofthis
this year yearGovernor yearGoernor yearGoverno
Governor Douglas Dou las finds that it itwould itould Itwould
would ould require a margin mar in of 74 74and 7taJMI 71and
and 381M 381 cents tms between the price e of ofcloth ofcloth
cloth and its equivalent in unmanu unmanufactured umunanufactured nmllnufactured ¬
factured cotton to pay po the requested requestedincrease requestedinlre requestedIncrease I
increase inlre 5e of S per cent in wages earned earneddaring earneddflring earneddining
daring the thetlme time which hleh his investigation investigationcovered investi investigationcovered lion
covered Thi This margin would allow allowper S Sper iper
per cent ent for mill dividends and 5 per percent percent percent I
cent annual depreciation depreciationWhile depreeisUonWhilE depreciationWhilo
While the exact margin of profit
which prevailed pr Vlliled during durlll the period of ofinvestigation ofinvestigation ofinvestigation
investigation is not exactly known knownsince1 knownsince knownsInce
since it is a matter which the manu manufacturers manursCt1Her manssoflirers ¬
facturers atone have knowledge it is isunderstood isundenltooct isunderstood
understood that it was Nt under 7 ie e cents centsThe centsThe centsThe
The governor offers no direct recom recommendation retIJIme recoinmendatlon ¬
mendation me daUon bearing on the Fall River Riversituation Riversitation Riverstttation
situation situationSALT sitationSALT stttationSALT
SALT LnKE REPRESENTED REPRESENTEDB
B F Forbes at Convention of Rail Railway Railway ¬
way Telegraph Superintendents
Special to The Herald HeraldChattanooga HeraldChattanooga HeraldChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn May 17 1B B F FForbes FForbes FForbes
Forbes of Salt Lake superintendent of oftelegraph o otelegraph oftelegraph
telegraph of the Oregon Short Line was wastoday wastoday wastoday
I
today elected to active membership in inthe inthe inthe
the Association of Railway y Telegraph TelegraphSuperintendents TelenLphSuperintend TelegraphSuperintendents
Superintendents Superintend > Rls at the twentythird twentythirdannual tenlytblrdannual twentythirdannual
annual convention conventionMr
Mr Forbes will take an active part partin HUtin partIn
in the convention CODVen tl and has been men mentioned mentioned mentioried ¬
tioned us a possible candidate for or the thepresidency theprffiidency thepresidency
presidency to succeed H C Hope of ofSt ofS1 ofSt
St S1 Paul PaulMayor PaulMayor PaulMayor
Mayor Chambliss welcomed d the dele delegates dtIetes dolegates ¬
gates tes to the city and they are being beinglavishly beinglavishly beinglavishly
lavishly entertained There are 100 100here 100here 160here
here many of them accompanied by bytheir bytbeir bytheir
their wives wivesVisits wivesVisits WivesVisits
Visits are are being bein made to the battle battlefields battlefields battlefields ¬
fields of Lookout mountain Missionary MissionaryRidge MissionaryRMge USEionalRidge
Ridge Orchard Knob and FortOgel FortOgelthorpe F Fort rt 05el 05elthorpe Ogelthorpe
thorpe thorpeA
A convict hunt by bloodhoundsand bloodhounds and a atrip 8trip atrip
trip on the Tennessee over the famous famousMocassin famousIcxassin famousMocassin
Mocassin comprise the social pro programme programme proj projgramme ¬
gramme grammeARNOLD grammeARNOLD grammeARNOLD
ARNOLD AND ANDREWS ANDREWSSURE A ANDREWSSURETO JDREWSSURE
SURE SURETO TO BE HANGED HANGEDDenver I IDener
Denver May Iay 17 17The The state board of ofpardons ofpardons I
pardons ns today denied the th application applicationof
of Frederick Arnold and Newton ewton An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews for commutation of sentence sentenceand s adetenceand otenceand
and they will in be hanged hsn ed some time dur during durjng durlug ¬
lug the week beginning May lla 21 21 A re reprieve re reprieve reprleve ¬
prieve until Nov 19 was granted 1 Chas ChasO
O Peters on account of doubt as to tohis tohis o ohis
his sanity The three young men menwere menwereconvicted were wereconvicted wereconvICted
convicted of the murder of Mrs MrsAmanda fIrsAmanda MrsAmairda
Amanda Youngblood whom they shot shotJan shotTan shotJan
Jan 1 1904 after entering her home homein homein homeIithis
in Iithis this city cit for the thepurpose purpose of robbery
MATRIMONIAL MATRIMONIALCLUB CLUB CLU8RAIDED CLUBRAIDED C CRAIDED
RAIDED BY THE POLICE POLICEChicago POLICEChicago POLICEChicago
Chicago May lla 17 liIn In a raid made to today today today ¬
day upon the Belmont Corresponding CorrespondingClub
Club an alleged matrimonial agency agencyat
at 1214 State St te street detectives det ci1v cUs s arrest arrested arrested arrestof ¬
ed three t ree persons and seizsrt seiz d several severalthousand severnltbousand severalthouafld
thousand letters and photographs The Theprlronergijave TheprImner5aVe i iWells
prlronergijave the names or Oscar OJcarVells OscarWells
Wells Boc Mesh Iosh and M Felcher FelcherThey FelcherThey FelcherThey
They were charged with dlsordrly dlsordrlyconduct dlsord dlsordrrlyconduct rb rbconduct
conduct and were released relt rqleased sed under bonds bondserswouldJnol bondsto
to MDpear tomo11 before Justlco JustlcoPrl JustleaPrli4IfrtflIe
Prl detflls TftiVj TFt4tJpe 1pe say the dub dubnS6 clubhas
has mtofla a large buSIness The prison preonersw prisonerswouIdnot
erswouldJnol ersw lId not discusstheirarreat discuss their theirartcaL arreat
RESOLUTIONS 0 0MANUFACTURERS OMANUFACTURERS OF OFMANU
MANUFACTURERS MANUFACTURERSi MANUFACTURERSLively MANU FACTU RERS RERSLively i
Lively Debate and Rejection of Part Partof Partof Tartof
of thq th Report ReportOPEN ReportOPEN iteportOPEN
OPEN SHOP IS ENDORSED ISENDORSEDUTTERANCES ENDORSEDUTTERANCES ENDORSEDUTTERANCES
UTTERANCES OF PRESIDENT PRESIDENTROOSEVELT PRESIDENTROOSEVELT PRESIDENTROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT COMMENDED COMMENDEDTLANTA COMMENDEDA COMMENDEDA
A TLANTA Ga May 17 liTlie The im important Jmportluat haportent ¬
A portent feature fettt of the second seconddays ecoDIda seeoi4days
days da s session of the National Asso Association A8soelation Aeonelation ¬
elation of Manufacturers were the ad addresses a adr addresses
dr dresses of President Samuel Spencer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Southern railway raflW8 the address of ofEugene orEuene ofEugene
Eugene N Foss uf 0 Massachusetts on onreciprocity QIDreclproeity onreciprocity
reciprocity and the report of the themittee com committee rimmittee ¬
mittee on resolutions which caused S1IIIeCIlively a alively alively
lively debate < and therejection tbe jecthtn of one onepart onepart onepart
part of the report which called upon uponthe uponth uponthe
the th Isthmian canal commission to use useAmerican utteJ Ue UeAmerkar
American J rtca1 made goods in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the canal construction constructionResolutions NM4strudlonHesolutions eonstnutlonResolutions
Resolutions were adopted for the en enforcement enforcement enlotcement ¬
forcement of the open shop as em embodying embPcIYing ciabodying ¬
bodying the true spirit of American Americanliberty Americanliberty Americanliberty
liberty deprecating de Ung the Crimea and andoutrages andnutt8 andoutrages
outrages nutt8 e on personal nal liberty dally dallycurrmJ oT oTcurrhip dtcurtlag
currhip during the tb ha Tiicart < teems teemsters teemsters teitmaters
ters strike commending the utter utterances utteranees ¬
ances of President Roosevelt Roosev 1t when he hedeclared hedeclared bedeclared
declared that the state ik i b back = ck of the thecity thecity thecity
city and n nfl < l th t the > nation is iabak back of th the state atateand stateand
and commending the pt1 position itiou taken by byChicago byhkago byChicago
Chicago citizens regarding the strike strikecalling strikecalling trik
calling on the department of commerce commerceand eommereaid
and labor l hor to make an investigation Invt5t aUon of ofthe ofthe
the laws of other otl r countries which have havepreferential haeprt havepreferential
preferential prt > fert > lItial duties dut and demanding that thatcongress thatconbrf5 thatcongress
congress and the president pre ident act quickly quicklyto
to protect our ur markets from the rising risingtide rbftngticlt risingthis
tide of discrimination commending the thework theork thework
work ork of the merchant marine commis commission commblsion comnmission ¬
sion and approving the passage of ofbill a abill abill
bill for the upbuilding of American Americanshipping Americanshipping Americanshipping
shipping in foreign trade tradeChoice tradtChoice tradeChoice >
Choice of the next meeting meetin place will willbe winbe willbe
be made tomorrow San Francisco and andXew anclXe andNew
New Xe York are > the rival candidates candidatesThe candidatesThe candidatesThe
The association today passed a reso resolution o1ution resoiution ¬
lution upholding IIpholdi the th stand taken kfn by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Parry against a in t the exercise nerc tIe by bythe bythe bythe
the national ti lIal government of ratemak
lao power over > r the th railroadsJames
James E Kmofy of o San Francisco Franciscodelivered Fl1InllKodelhered FrancIscodelivered
delivered a strong address upon TheN7c The TheNecessity TIieNecessity
Necessity N7c ity of Organization of Employ Employers Emploers ¬
ers to Meet Abuses es of Power by Or Organised Organi Organized ¬
ganised gani Labor LaborA
A resolution pledging pk the support of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the members mem as a consumers of print printing1 printin printing ¬
ing1 in to t th employing printers of the theUnited eUnited theUnites
United States in the th forthcoming strws strwsgle st stgle strmsggle
gle with the International Typograph Typographical ¬
ical union over an Shour day was waspassed wasp waspassed
passed passedSEES p passedSEES ssed ssedSEES
I IJustice
SEES TROUBLE TR B E AHEAD AHEADJustice AHEADJustioe
Justice John M Harkui Regrets R ts That ThatThis ThatThis ThatThis
This Country Has Become Becomea
a World Power PowerWinona FowerVi PowerWthona
Winona Vi Jona Lake Ind lay II l lLpeeial lLpeeialtrains Special iipecialtnltll Specialtrains
trains brought to Winona today several severalhundred Betralhundrl severalhundred
hundred commissioners from eastern easternstates easternstates easternstates
states who will m attend the general nenil as assembly assembly assembly
sembly of the Presbyterian church churchwhich rhunhwhich churchwhich
which will convene nyene tomorrow morning momingA morningAbout j jAbout
About A bout 40O commissioners with ith as many manylaymen manylaymen manylaymen
laymen attended a a general eneTal missionary missionarymeeting milllllo missIonarymeeting arY arYmeeting
meeting tonight at which William J JBryan JBr JBryan
Bryan Br tn < was the principal speaker speakerTwo speakerTwo > r rTwo
Two questions which are of particular particularinterest particularinter particularinterest
interest inter t to southern ulhern Presbyterians will willbe willbe m mbe
be the consolidation of the general as assembly assembly assembly ¬
sembly with ith the Cumberland Cum rland branch branchand bntncband branchand
and that of separate presbyteries for forcoloreti forcoloretl forcolored
colored people It is understood the theconsolidation theOttsOlidation thetonsolidation
consolidation will iII take place but it will willI winnol willriot
I not l le e brought about at once There Thereare Theresre Thereare
are many man minor questions to be dis disposed di diof disposed ¬
posed of first firstJustice firstJustice r t tJlSt
Justice JlSt fe John M Harlan of the su supreme supreme miprerne ¬
preme court of the United States said saidThe saidThe id idThe
The time is coining COfnl when Mr Bryan Bryanwill ByaniII Bryanwill
will iII regret r ret and I Iwill will regret re ret with him himthat himthat himthat
that this country eountryN < is a worldpower It Itwill Itwill
1 will be regretted that we are govern governing governin governins ¬
ins in millions of people without their theirconsent thEircon theirconsent
con consent ent < and are taking on a colonial colonialsystem colonialsystem colonialsystem
system such i England has as We dare darenot dartnot darenot >
not become a world power unless we weare e eare j jare
are willing wf2I1t to accept all of the respon responsibilities ntPOnsibiiUes responsibilitles ¬
sibilities One of these responsibilities responsibilitiesis reapom bilftttt bilfttttit
is that of spreading religion religionMr
Mr Bryan who followed Justice Har Harlan Harlan j
lan said ir part partI
I am not convinced that this t h gov government govermnent governnient ¬
ernment will III substitute the sword for forthe forthe forthe
the Bible In Its work in foreign lands landsOne landsOn landsOne
One On missionary from this country has hasmore hasmore hasmore
more power to d da al wIth ftb this work orkin orkinforeign in inforeign inforeign
foreign lands than a whole army of the thegovernment tlfgovernment thegovernmenL
government
HIS HEAD HEADBLOWNOFF HEADBLOWNOFFLee BLOWN OFF OFFLee OFFLee
Lee Buffmeyer Aged 14 Killed at atScofield atScofield t tScofieid
Scofield ScofieidSpecial ScofieldSpecial ScofieldSpecial
Special to Tht Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrk HeraldPrice
Price Prk Utah May 17 lLee Lee Buffmeyer Buffmeyeran
an orphan of 14 years was as accidentally accidentallykilled 3identlIykilled accidentallykilled
killed this afternoon afte l1OOn at Sconeld by the thedischarge thedi thedischarge
discharge di bar e of a loaded loa ed shotgun lying lyln in inthe Inthe inthe
the bottom of a wagon W3O box where here he heand Mand heand
and some me companions companions were paylng playingThe paylngThe paylngThe
The boys head was completely mplt > t ly blown blownfrom blonfrom blownfrom
from his shouJdeis It is supposed one oneof oneof oneof
of his companions stepped against the thehammer thehAmmer thehammer
hammer of the gun gunGREATLY gunGREATLY un
unca
ca O OGREATLY
GREATLY IMPRESSED IMPRESSEDWITH IMPRESSEDWITH IMPRESSEDWITH
WITH UTAH PROPERTIES PROPERTIESSpecial
Special < to The Herald HeraldBoston Heraldton HeraldBoston
Boston ton Mass May 17 IfJame5 James J Phe Pheian Pheian PheIan
ian ian of HornbioKer Hornblo er I Weeks has Just Justreturned justFeturned
returned from a visit it to tot the Bingham BhIghIncamp Binghamcamp
camp and the Amalgamated d properties propertiesHe
He says the camp ha bu grown marvelously marvel marvelous ¬
ous 01811 y since he was there three years yearsagoand yeamago yearsago
agoand ago and he returns to Boston a greater greaterbull greaterhtml I Ibull
bull than ever on U 1 S Mining Bin Bingham Binham Blagham
ham and the other Utah prop propsrtlts rtiea He Hesays HeSt9 Heairs
says he wishes all the stockholders atockholdeninthose in inthose inthose
those companies could pay a per personalvisit personal personalvisit al alvisit
visit to the mines minesNO minesNO
6 6NO
NO ONE TO BLAME BLAMEHarrisbung BLAMEHarrlspulg BLAMEHarrisutg
Harrisbung Pa May 17 li2The 17The The coron coroners Oroers eor eorers < ¬
ers jury this afternoon rendered a ver verdict verdictexontrRtlng verdiet ¬
diet dictexontrRtlng exonerating the Pennsylvania rail railroad ratlroad railroad
road company from any blame for the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Harrisburg disaster last Thurs Thursday Tbunday Thursday ¬
day in which hich twentytwo lives were werelost wfte1000t wereloot
lost and andmore more than one hundred persons personswere JenOIIawere personswere
were injured
0 0HEARING
HEARING POSTPONED POSTPONEDSan POSTPONED POSTPONEDSan
San Francisco Franc to May 47 17Edw8rd Edward J JSmith JSmith JSnlth
Smith the former county tax collector collectorwho coUectorwho collectorwho
who is accused au of o embexxling emb din public publicfunds publicfunds publicfunds
funds appeared in the superior court courttoday courttoday courttoday
today but the hearing hearin ofthe case cuaepostponed wa wapostponed WaS WaSpostponed >
postponed to next Tuesday TuesdayNEW TuesdayNEW dy dyNEW
NEW RURAL RURALROUTE RURALROUTESpecial RURALROUTESpecial ROUTE ROUTESpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashIngton IJeraMWashington JtI JtIWasbh1tton
Washington DC May 17 17Rursi 17Rursifre Rural Ruralfre
fre f e delivery route ro I 1 ha bas been or orfterea 01erctl orIered
fterea erctl ostaWishedr ow iie 1 ii at Rigfey RigfeyFremont RI RIgbYFremont I
Fremont county Ji IfiaTiQ Q aeettnff aeettnffpeople S 1S 7 7peple I
peple and 145 houses
HERES ANOTHER ANOTHERPAIR ANOTHERPAIR ANOTHERPAIR
PAIR OF ELOPERS ELOPERSMercy
Mercy ercy Gill and William Wil1am J J Porter of ofPark ofPark ofPark
Park City Elude 1ud Parents ParentsMARRIED ParentsMARRIED ParentiMARRIED
MARRIED IN SALT LAKE LAKEMOTHER LAKEMOTHER LAKEMOTHER
MOTHER COMES FORGIVES AND ANDBLESSES ANDBLESSES ANDBLESSES
BLESSES THEM THEMFOLLOWING THEMFOLLOWING THEMr
r OLLOING the elopement of Mia MiaSadie II IIsdie
FOLLOWING 1 Sadie Henderson from RowUu Row I d I 1 IHall 1Hall 1HalL
Hall Monday khErnest with Ernest Cly i iRommel P PRummel IRammel
Rommel of Boise B COllIeS a similar similarcident la laeMent 1 1cWent
eMent in another youthful 7Q thful romance romanceMercy romanclMeIcy romanceMercy
Mercy Gill the Ityewold daughter daughterand claughtrof
of R J Gill a c contractor of Park C Cit Citand Y
and William iIIiam J Porter aged 21 years yearswere yt yearswere > alS alSwere
were the principals prtnel of a successful successfulelopement successfulelopement successfulelopement
elopement from Park City last Monday MondayThey MondayT MondayThey
They T y were were married Tuesday night at atthe attile atthe
the residence re of Mrs D G Scott 1 103 103Garfteid 1i3Garfield 3 3Garneid
Garfield avenue by Rev Robert G Mi MiXtece M MNiece 1l 1l11ece
Niece XteceTheir 11eceTheir NieceTheir
Their Imarrla jnarrlage license which hich ap appeared appeared appeatcd ¬
peared in yesterday tlrdaT mornings morn HeraI HeraIwas Herdloiwu Heratiwas
was read by Mrs Gill and dlsolos dl diselosoI diselosoItheir lo > l ltheir ltheir
their plan The anxious mother im immediately in n nmediately i imediately ¬
mediately telephoned the police to stop stopthe strtPthe t1P t1Ptbe
the marriage under any ciratmstAnr s sLater sLater SLater
Later however h01 ever she received re a me mesage 111Eage niesage
sage from Mr IrS Scott sister ter of th thbridegroom the thebridegroom thebridegroom
bridegroom that Mercy had been ma mari marlfd maitd
ri rlfd d
dWithout Without t further delay Mrs Gill V Von 1 Ic Icon t ton
on the next train for or Salt SaltLakp Lake > 1 1arrived 1arrived Iarrived
arrived here laat night Mrs x Gill Gillsoon l lBOOn iS iSsoon
soon reconciled nctled to their t marriage ui a i1 11 11her > i iher Iher
her daughter waa forgiven forgivenGirl topveuGirl forgivenGirl
Girl Wears Short Dresses DressesMerry DreS5e8Mer DressesMercy
Merry Mer < Y is a school girl in short dress dressand t 9 9and Sand
and Mr Porter does not look rnuJolder rnuJ 1nJ1older n ft ftelder
older Their romance commenced ahi i hI h hsix i isix Lsix
six months ago but not until u tll lat Svi Sviurday S Suiday 1 1urday
urday night was their elopem elopemplanned elopemplanned elopeniplanned >
planned After s fter they became engage en engagMercy a g gMerty i iMercy
Mercy wanted him to ask her nitv nitvwhen ni lit t h hwb hwhen
when wb n they could marry but he fear rea fearthat I Ithat t tthat
that she would object They talked tl tlmatter t1 t1matter Cmatter
matter over Saturday night aft aftdanein aftr aftrdancing r rdancing
dancing party and decided Id to el dol clSalt < ij > t tSalt iSalt >
Salt Lake to set et married marriedSunday marriedSunday marriedSunday
Sunday morntn morning Mr Porter ask a e I Ifor Ifor
for a few days vacation vac ation from mn his hi n >
at the DalyWest shops in orcKr ord f fvisit tvisit < >
visit ilt his sister in Salt Lake Mf Mr I pr > r y ythen Ythen Ythen
then pleaded with Ith h htr r mother mot r to i 1t 1ther 1tbet
her come to Salt Lake with him sil silvisit > 11 11vhdt 1 1visit
visit his sister The mother refused refusegive to togive to31e
give her permission 8ion at first but vh wlw wlwMr 111 111Mr n nMr
Mr Porter persisted ed ari1 promised pmmi d j 1 1bring 0 0bring >
bring her back Wednesday she fimiiy fimiiygave finaJjpe find findgave
gave her consent Meantime MV MVpacked Mtpacked tJ tJpacked >
packed up some of her clothes a 11 11Sunday 1 1Sunday
Sunday night had her lover take then thenhome thPi1home thenborne
home with ith him so that they could coulrlcarried coulticarried couldcarried >
carried in his dress suit case Mond Mowhafternoon Mondtafternoon v vafternoon
afternoon they left for Salt Lake a i istopped dROPped 1stopped
stopped at Mrs Scotts resi residen residenThey resilenThey < iei ieiThey <
They went to the he clerks office Tu TUfi TUfiafternoon Tuitafternoon 1 1i
i afternoon and secured their li l lMercy i idt > i iI
I Mercy dt > rry gave p Her age as IS 1 year yearit 1 1It 1It
it waslearned was learned from her mother herl in t h t tche tl tshe
she was 1C l years yea of ap apWhen ace aceWhen ge geWhen
When they return ret ttiMrs ttiMrsresidence tIItXrl5 tIItXrl5residence S Sresidence
residence they the brought bro t Dr M Ki Niwith i >
1 with 1111 them themWere themWere themWere
Were going to Have ve a sun sunparty eu eupmty I Ity
party ty tonight Mercy said Will WillI Will i iI I II
I are N going g to be married marriedMrs marriedMrs
Mrs 18 Scott was w utterly astori astoriand Of oi oiandasked j jand
and andasked asked if her mother knew kne anyih anyihabout anl anlabout anyilabout
about it itWell it itVell itWell
Well I should say she doo doodressed dOfdreued dordressed <
dressed me to come to Salt Lak Lakreplied Lakereplied > F Freplied
replied We didnt say anything ain ainit t ait H Hit
it last night n t because we wanted t > su supilae u uprise
prise you youWedding 70UWeddIng
Wedding Preparations Made MadeArrangements MadeArrangements
Arrangements were made at ov ova O na r ra
a wedding and one Or or two of tb r rthes ri ritires
1 tires were called in to Join th thincidentally tbfn tbfnInddthtslly thnIncidentally > <
incidentally to prepare a supr suprBunches = upr uprBunches UNBu
Bunches Bu of carnations and smtlax mtl x w wordered WIP WIPordered v 0 0ordered
ordered and by S oclock the cereno cerp1nY cerp1nYwas y ywas
was performed The bride appears appearsa
a lon king white drew which bleh belon belonone belonrI belonrIone + >
one of Mrs Scotts nieces She carril carrilcarnations carriicarnations ca rn I Icarnations
carnations tied with red ribbon Affr Affrthe Utp Utpthe ft r rthe
the ceremony supper was served to tothe tothe ii iithe
the few guests guestsWhen gue guestsWhen ts tsWhen
When the first message was snt sc f nt it t9 t9Mrs t IMrs
Mrs Gill that her daughter was wasned rnnr rnnrrted 11111TMd
ned she was as shocked as Mrs r8 5s Sto < i ito f fto
to learn that they had eloped Tr Trcouple TbC9Uple TiCouple >
couple were we kept under r strict wath Tl Tlday n ncia i1day
day cia yesterday ye until the brides > f moth1 moth1i mt n narrived iiarrived
i arrived for fear NT that they would tea teaSalt 1 1eaSalt a aSalt
Salt Lake Mrs Oill arrived last night nightland nightand nightand
land and after considering constderin < the affair f fgave fgave fgave
gave and extended her congratulatior congratulationMrs 4 4Mrs
Mrs Gill will leave lea ve today for Par ParCity Pet P4rc P4rcCity r k kCity
City with the bride and bridegroom bridegroomMercys brIderooTi1Mereys bridegroomMeieys
Mercys father is at present in Tvm TvmFalte T TrnFalls iT1 iT1Falls
Falls Idaho Jd lIIo attending atte to some 8QlDetract or ortract c ctract
tract work but last night n t she sent him hima hi 111 111a
a message > announcing her marria marriaand man1agand marrlarand
and saying Ylng that she would tell him all allabout adabout laabout
about it in a lone letter lettero
o 0 0
PASSENGERSJN PASSENGERS IN PANIC PANIClives PANICLiyes
lives of Over Two Thousand Thoaea Excur Excursionists Excursionists Excursionists ¬
sionists Endangered Endtu red in San SanFrancisoo SanFrancisoo SanPrancisoo
Francisoo Bay BaySan EaySan BaySan
San Francisco May 17 17The The lives oC oCover orOver ofover
over 2WO IIO passengers most of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were women W n nail children on their wr wrto w wto wto
to the annual picnic of St Dominics DoniinIcT3church Dominicschurch DominicSchurcW
church were endangered this momfr m rnorr J Jby l lby j jby
by an accident on the ferryboat Tuniii Tuniiipais Tall Ta ad adpals 1 1pais
pais Running at full speed the thewith bit bitwith b bwith
with engines en nes entirely beyond rontr rontrcrashed contrrcrashed roritrcrashed
crashed into the dock ripping < out T i i3 i3and iSand s sand
and woodwork and throwing the fri fr frith frithcued t tened i ie
cued e ed passengers into a a wild panic panicA panicA
A break in the engine room was wasspon wassponsible re responsible ¬
sponsible spon for the accident When r 3 3captain Jcaptain 3captain
captain gave the engineer th thp SLT s sto lTc1 lTc1to d dto
to slow down three hundred yard j jthe ithe
the ferry slip the levers gave wsiy wsiythe v vthe wii y ythe
the boat ran at full speed straight straightthe straichthe 0 0the >
the dock Realizing the iropossi Impo Imposof i iof > i v vof
of averting a crash c b the officers ir irthe r rthe 1lhe >
the Crowds wds back from the forward d dand dand 1 1anti
and sounded the danger signal 1 1tract M o otract > i itract
tract the employes on the what f f 1 1steamer Isteamer r rsteamer
steamer struck with a terrible ir irbut < ri ribut r rDut
but hawsers were thrown a aboari aboarithough boar i ithough i ithough
though the engines ww were Pre still ruv ruvat rmat ru ruat
at full speed the apron was 1 1and < > > Iand r rand
and the frightened trl htened crowd ru rnashore > h j jashore J Jashore
ashore Several women fainted faintedthe d fr frthe irv irvthe
the excitement No one was U seri seriinjured serio serioIn son sonimiured > =
injured injuredDR In imiuredDR red
c CS Q QDR
DR CRITCHLOW MARRIES MARRIESHAILEY MARRIESHAILEY MARRIESHAlLEYIDAHO
HAILEY HAlLEYIDAHO IDAHO WOMAN WOMANSpecial WOMANI
I
Special to The Herald HeraldHafley HeraldHalley
Halley Ida lay 11John Frinkn
W and Mary Edna Tayi Taylr r rof rof
of Halley were married her here today todaYthe tnda tndathe n nthe
the Episcopal church that had haddecorated b pdecorated n ndecorated
decorated with American beauty beaet i n 1 1tea 1tea Itea
tea roses and an abundance of m cri ni niand a aand
and pink carnations palms pun1 pun1jr Ptt Pttplants
plants and evergreens Lytt1eton Pric Pricjr PtleoJr
jr superintendent of the Minnie Moor MoorMining MoorMining MooreMining
Mining company rom any > was best man avi aviT a aT > rt rtT
T E Picotte the brides stepfather stepfathera lrteptatht1Jllve
a Jllve ve away the bride The bridal couple coupleJeft coupleJett coupialeft
left on the afternoon tram for Port Portland Portand Portland
land Victoria San Francisco LOS LOSAngeles LotAngeles LOSAngeleS
Angeles expecting to return to Salt SaltXafce Saltl4ahe t tLake
Lake in June Th They Thq y rev reecvd many manyelegant
elegant presents land congiAt congdttorT congdttorTtelegrams storT storTtelegram
telegrams

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