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ANGELENOS DIP IN BRINOF BRINE BRINEOF I
OF THE GREAT SALT LAKE LAKEII LAKEIVisitors LAKEVisitors LAKEVisitors I
Visitors Are re Taken to o Inland Dead De ea d Sea ea Where WhereThey Wherel WherelThey ere ereC
They Disport Du u ing Afternoon and tn nd Evenkg Evenkgi EvenkgSpeeches EvenirlSpeeches C V e n Ir g gi gSpeeches
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Speeches Are Made Felicitating inhabitants of Two i Cities onEach on onEach I IEach
Each Other and Giving Sp SpMetropolis Special Praise to toMetropolis toMetropolis
Metropolis of Utah UtahMmMH
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r TRIP TO LAGOON TODAY TODAYLagoon TODAYLagoon t +
+ Lagoon La oon where here the visitors from Los Angeles An eles will be taken this after afternoon afterBOon afternoon + + I
+ noon is sixteen sixt en miles north of Salt lt Lake City The ride to the resort resortio
+ io hi one of the most delightful jn Utah Every mile of the road runs runsthrough runsthrough + t tthrouh
+ through fertile fields with the mountains in the near distance on on onside one oneside oneside +
+ side and the Great Salt lake on the UI other ther The resort itself is famous famousfor famousfor famousfor +
+ for its beauty beaut tfnd contains in addition to the attractions usual to places placesof +
+ of this character an artificial lake a fine collection of animals and andflower andjkner anddower + + +
+ flower beds of rare beauty uty and desf d desin i = n nThe nThe i iThe
+ The visitors will meet at the Commercial club at 430 oclock this thisiMHinced thisafternoon + t tarternoon
+ afternoon to take ake cars for the Lagoon depot Senator Bamb Bamberger rger an announced anitounced + +
+ iMHinced last night that dinner would be served at 6 oclock at I IA Lagoon LlgoonA +
at 7 oclock for the convenience of ofvisitors ofvisitors ofvisitors +
+ A special train will leave Lagoon LagO
+ visitors who wish ish to start for home tonight By taking this train they theywill theywill + t twill
+ + will have an hour in the city before b fore the Los Angeles train leaves leavesThis leavesThi leavesThis +
+ This Thi is the only feature of the regular programme progr mme today The rest restof restor restof +
+ of the time may be spent in business and in looking about the city cityThe coityThe cityThe +
+ The Commercial Com reial club advises adti ises all visitors who ho can to remain for thetrip the thetrip + t tttp
+ trip to the Lucin cutoff tomorrow tomorrOa a ride for miles over the Great GreatSalt GreatSalt GreatSalt +
+ Salt lake
+ 4
L LLI 1 1 1 1 1 1 l j
lALTAIR was honored by h being the thescene thescene thescene
SALTAIR scene of the chief activity of the theAngelenos theAngelenos theAngelenos
Angelenos and their hosts yester yesterday yester1y ¬
day C 1y The visitors tried the water the thedancing thedancing thedancing
dancing the sunset the bowling alleys alleyste alleyste alleyste
te food the drink and pronounced pronouncedthem pronounced1em pronouncedThem
them megnificent na gnificent divine glorious glorioussTjootli gloriouss glorioussTootli
sTjootli s J60th palatable and exhilarating exhilaratingrespectively exbilarntinfpectively exhilaratingr
respectively r pectively They tried various other otherIcings othertiiaga I Itdnsa
Icings including their voices which whichvcre whichVcre I Ire
vcre re lifted often eloquently and high high3rj highii I
3rj i cheers speeches and song They Theytri Theytri TheyIni
tri id d the agility of tbeir guides in keep keepirff keepLg keepig
irff up with ith their movements aquatic aquaticirJ AquaticJ
L irJ J l terrestrial and on the whole the theirn the1r11 ther
irn r v from the coast had perhaps the theirst the1r thelrt
irst 1r 8t delightful day of the trip thus thusfar thusin thusfir
far That was the view yif many man of them themexpressed thempres themx
expressed pres x rewtted td There was as no mountain mountainlimbing mountaint
t limbing l h to weary o them no formality formalityfiA y ya
a fiA 1 rl the visitors were required recluir d to do no norore nor norare
rare r fre than to abandon themselves th mselves to totho toth toth
tho th pursuit pur uit of pleasure Their joys joysTfro jOSTO joysvo
Tfro c TO shared by something like 46W 46WSilt 4006Slit 4868Salt
Silt Laker who journeyed to the lake lakeduring lakeduring lakeduring
during the afternoon and evening eveningSample eveningSample
Sample the Water WaterSome WaterSome WaterSome I
Some of the Angelenos further mani manifested I1nifcted manifc ¬
fested fc ted their characteristic trait of ofgetting ofgetting
getting information first hand by tast tastjg tasti I I
5 jg g the water despite admonitions from fromtloir fromtieir
I
tloir guides The traditional results resultsfollowed resultsfollowed resultsfollowed
followed in every case casemuch much strangling stranglingand
and Yd requests requ ts for brandy Some of the theCilifornians thelifornians theC I
Cilifornians C accustomed to the com comrtratively I Irtratiyel
rtratively corn1 mildlysaline mildlys llne waters of the theP theP 1 1P
P icifie refused to admit they the could not nottve note nottxe
tve e with impunity in the lake but butc butlh
c ion lh one who tried to dive lived to to1r to1c tok
k 1r ow better Then the game me took a art ar ar
rt r w phase phaseilucking ducking one another and andlicstilities andlcstilities and1cstilities
licstilities of this nature enlivened the th thIT theIraeeedings
1 roceedings IT C ngs for an hour or two after aftertl
tl a party p rty reached the pavilion pavilionThe pavilionThe pavilionThe
The water stood at 78 degrees a atemperature atnnpentture atctnperature
temperature just right There was wastoraeze was1Jr washreezP
toraeze 1Jr Zf sufficient to make choppy little littlevaves littleaves littlevavee
vaves aves that added much to the exhilarating exhilar exhilarating txbilarnUng ¬
ating effect of the water ter and the vis visitors visitr5 visftcrs ¬
itors had a royal time The main body bodyTent bodynt bodyrent
Tent < > nt out on the 2 oclock train An AnImmediate Anil1uediate Aniamediate
Immediate rush for the ticktt officezere office officev officeIere
zere v Iiere Iere tickets were distributed free of ofcharge ofitrge ofcarge
charge itrge followed Some of the An Ang Ang Ang
g lenos were w > n unable to tear themselves themselvesa
a ray ay from the water at r until the banquet banquetvas
vas 1S begun at a i oclock oclockNo ocJotkNo oclockNo
No Formality in Banquet BanquetThe
The banquet was as delightfully free freeard freeIcd freesd
ard easy It had an able master of ofremotiies ofremofti ofc
< remotiies s in the person of Captain CaptainJaeph CaptainJ
Jaeph J 1 seph ph E Caine Ca loe but even he was wastreated wastrateil wastr
treated tr ated with none too to much respect respectwhite respecthUe respectw
white w hUe the speakers of the occasion occasionT
T z or r re under fire a good part of the thetme thetl7te thetine
tine It was as no place for an amateur amateuro
o ° ator and the committee was for fortinate fort fort
tinate t mate in ptariiig none but seasoned seasonedspeakers seasoned1aker8 seasonedsmkers
speakers = > 1aker8 on the list Everything was wasT
T elved ved with high hi h acclaim a laim however how howeveriuehtng ver verL
1 L luding the musical numbers by byiristensen byJli byrIstensens
+ Jli iristensen tentln orchestra The thought thoughtful thou ht htf1 ¬
mu mug
ful Angetenos even assisted a Jttfd the mu mus mufians
s fians Mans at at t times by drumming vigor vigorcusly YiorC vigorc
cusly C dy I on plates phi t with knives and spoons spoonsr J106f1 J106f1d
r d by breaking into song at frequent frequenti frequentien
i ien + ervate II The uproar from the ban banet b bane n nct
< et hall early attracted the attention attentiono
o people all over th the pavilion NlV iI ion who whovtre whoTIre 00 00t
TIre t > re soon banked in rows all around aroundt
t enclosure ewctostireThe encl enclosureThe re reThe
The banquet was ias the nearest ap apTOf apT apeach
T TOf each ch to formality during durin the day darn
n 1 d it was none too formal as has hasxen hasf
xen x f In indicated With the breaking breakin up upr
r 1 the banquet b nqUtt shortly shortl after 7 oclock oclocktle oc1oektLe oclocktLe
tle visitors amused themselves ao aor a ardlnb accrrding
crrding < r rdlnb Hnsr to their t r several S > veral bents some re rej re111ntn
j 111ntn + tinfatg for the dancing daHjn in the even eveni
i g 1 and others returning returnjn to the citytv city cit citVi
tv 11 iti the avowed intention of getting gettingn hettinn
n long JQ sleep in preparation for the theA fee festtvitle feetivltlea
A ttvitle that are due today and tor to tor tor
r r rorro orrow The wind ind rose for a short shortt
t me after 7 oclock and this led many manyto malnto manyto
to come < home who otherwise would wouldhave would woulda wouldare
have a are e remained longer at a t the beach beachThe be2uhThe beachThe
The chief feature for or todays to < las enter entertainment entfrtainment entertainment ¬
tainment will be a trip to Lagoon Lagoonwhere Lagoonhere Lagoonwhere
where here the visitors yi ltoNl will have an oppor opportunity opportun opportunity ¬
tunity tun It to test the famed fam hospitality of ofSenator ofnator ofStnator
Senator nator Simon Bamberger BambergerHOW Bamber BambergerHOW r rHOW
HOW ANGELS AND SAINTS SAINTSHELD SAINTSHELD SAINTSHELD
HELD THEIR LOVE FEASTAfter FEAST FEASTAfter FEASTAfler
After the th 4 400 8 Saints and Angels had hadtc hadseated
1 tc eft n seated at banquet b nqutt tables in the theE
E Utheast end of the pavilion Fisher FisherS Fi her
S Harris manager man ger of the Commercial Commercialclub Conu Conunerdalcub rcial rcialub
club ub arose ar and introduced Captain Jo Joseph Joph 10s ¬
seph s pit E Cain as toastmaster It was wasi wasout wasoat
i oat 515 Ji oekxk oekw k when festivities be bean bel bean
an l a aDd d they proved pron d interesting from fromthe from1t fromtle
the 1t e start as attested by the hundreds hundredsc
c men and women who ranged about aboutthe aboutthe boutthe
the outside < of the room and gazed on ontle ontle ontle
tle proceedings through the raised raisedv
v indowshen indows indowsWhen ndosVIten
When hen coffee and cigars dga had arrivedToastmaster arrived arrivedToastmaster arrIvedToastmaster
Toastmaster Caine arose and before beforeintroducing beforeitroducing beforeitroducing
itroducing Judge Jud e C C Goodwin as asthe astIle asthe
the first speaker spC8h r spoke as follows followsIt
It Is indeed a distinguished honor to be bea beJked beeked
a < ked to preside reside over this love feast feastwhere ff mat matn > 8sth4re
where n ° h4re we have nave come to hear the Talc Talecf Talccf ralccf
cf Two Cities revived and enlarged upcn up upon upen ¬
on by some of the most extravagant ex exwhen exploltSionlsts extmneionists
ploltSionlsts in the western states and aRdwhe andwhen
when whe 1 say y in the western states It Itmeans itptarns
civilized civilizedods world worWWere worldVere
means 1 CftRS the entire en ods
t Were ere I permitted to toto do so o I would like Hketo liketo
to lay some flowers of speech spe < < h at the feet feetof feetof feetof
of the great man who IO made this occasion occasionpossible oce occasionpossible 9ion 9ionp
possible sihle the man who forged an axle of ofsteel oCsteel ofsleet
steel p upon which the two hubs of the theuniverse theunherse theuniverse
universe can turn in the Ul endless flight flightof flljhtof
of time determining the destiny of every everyman everTmaR everyman
man who is seated se seat ttd here today toda And I Iwould 1ouk1 Inoukt
would ouk1 place a rhetorical wreath upon the thehead tltei thehead
i head of each winged angel as a token tokenof tokenfOtlr tokenof
of > fOtlr e our r admiration for the > enterprise and andpluck andpluck andpluck
pluck he represents representsIn
In recognition of the delightful entertalnment enter entertainment entertaiNment ¬
tainment extended < < 1 to its 1 last month l8IIt upon uponcur uponIII uponC0
cur III visit to your angelic city we e hare haretrfed hetrlf1 havetried
tried to l < < show you our town and Its eft eftin et ettps n nt
t rewi in their beat t Sunday S4mdacNtJtt6 cMtltes and andif AOOn andif
if In sour 1 Urshrt short stay sta you 31 haw pleked up It
any new ideas we have given g en you th thOf the theOIttOrtunlt theopportunity
Of opportunity M rtunity today toda to wash them off an anleave and andJeao andleave
leave them to pickle In this briny inland inlandsea inlandsea inlansea
sea
Warm Welcome From All AllUpon AllUpon AllUpon
Upon your arrival here Monday yo yofound youfound you youfound
found the gates of the city wide ope opeand open openand operand
and I trust you have learned before noi noithat now nowtltat nothat
that every door in this green valle valleswings valley valleyswlnss valleyswings
swings Inward and is always open to th thstrancer the thestranzer thtstranger
stranger from the coast coastBy coastB coastBy
By B way of reassurance we first took yo yoout you youout youout
out to our military post where the Unite UniteStates UnitedStates UnitecStales
States infantry infant and light artillery hoveover hover hoverover hoverover
over us like guardian angels Many o oyour of 01 01your
your 0111 number are curious to know what whause whatuse whatuse
use there was for soldiery in a peaceful peacefuplace peacefulplace peacefulplace
place like this and by way of indul indulgenoe indulgence Indulgenes
genes I am permitted to let you into th thsecret thc thcS thesecret <
secret S < < rEt The soldiers arc stationed upon upoiour uponfc uporour
our lx border > rder to O keep peace between t the thiquick thequick
i iCommercial
quick fc fcKIirth KIirth and the dead d that tt cfs is between the thiCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club and the rest of the pop populntion pop1Ilt16n popelation
elationYesterday elation ulntionYesterday 1Ilt16nYesterda
Yesterday we ae gave e you 011 a glimpse of one onoof oneof oneof
of our great mines where mother earth eartlpays earthpays earthpays
pays tribute to Colonel Wall so lavish a ato as astJ at
t to make tire gift that Croesus laid at th thfeet the thefeet thefeet
feet of the Delphian Oracle > look like the theproverbial theIroyerbial theproverbial
proverbial thirty cents We e showed you yovour youour youour
our great smelters where wealth ii iiwrested is iswreeted hwrested
wrested from the virgin rock in fires s shot so sobot sehot <
hot as to make Hades look like an artificial ar artificial artificial
tificial ice plant in the middle of winter winterAnd winterAnd winterAnd
And speaking of the smelters I believe believeyou beUecOU believeyou
you OU will be surprised to hear that they theycan theycan
can extract wealth from dirt that containsnothing contains containinothing
nothing II of actual a u value You can send sendthem s sendthem
them a ton of common river r sand d and andthey andthey
they will extract E7a 7W from it The Th pro process proCfSS process ¬
cess is R simple one because what doe doeanot doenot doeonot
not come direct from the dirt is easily easilysmelted easilysmelted easilysmelted
smelted from the owners pocket pocketPraise pocketPraise
Praise for Salt Lake LakeButwith LakeBnt
Butwith But with all ll our boasts amout our min mineral mineral ¬
eral wealth we must admit that it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be as nothing without this great salt alt pond pondwe pondi
we have shown you today tOO8 The mine without without with without ¬
out salt is as impotent as a commercial commercialstock commercialstock commercialstock
stock without water waterWe waterVe waterWe
We Ve have Shewn hGwl you other things and andwe ande andwe
we e have other oU r things thin to show you and andamong andamong andamong
among the best of these is a young man manvvoh mannob
vvoh 01 > came here some forty fort years ago and andapplied andap andapplied
applied ap 1ied for a job on the Salt Lake Trlb Trlbun Trlbunp Tribune
un unp He said he came from a mining miningcamp minimcamp minindcamp
camp over in Nevada and he had iron irongray ironJTay irongray
gray hair and a silver tongue to prove itAs it itAs ItAs
As all the good places on the paper were weretaken weretMken weretaken
taken they made him editor in chief I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was working there as a a reporter at the thetime thetime thetime
time and I became attached to this young youngman youngman youngman
man He had a way of attaching things thingsand thin thinra thingsand
and people to him so T wrote his editor editorials editorials l ¬
ra ials for F him rmtow while he i read l the e ehp hp proof o oput and andput andput
put in the commas and things thln and In Intime IntiOW IT ITtime
time he made a reputation for himself as asa asIt asa
a great editor beside drawing the pay payfor payfor payfor
for both of us He loved his work and it itkept itktpt itkept
kept him young oun so he is the same good goodfellow bOodff1low goodfellow
fellow now that he was then and it is a agenuine asenuin agenuine
genuine genuineJudge pleasure tlea ur to me m to introduce to toyou toyo
you yo Judge > Charles C Goodwin Goodwinrwho who willt11 willtell will willtell
tell you something about The Golden GoldenWest GoldenVest GoldenWest
West
Goodwin Tells of Early Days DaysJudge DaysJudge DaysJudge
Judge Goodwin in opening a witty wittyaddress wilUaddress wittyaddtess
address cautioned his hearers that the thetoastmas thet085tmaster thetoastmaster
toastmas toastmaster < er had the reputation of be being beill being ¬
ing ill the biggest liar in the state He Heintroduced H HintroduCtd Heintroduced >
introduced himself as the oldest Cali Californten Californian Californian
fornian of you all The judge told of ofa ofa ofa
a parade in San Francisco < o in early earlydays earlydays earlydays
days which he led his visitors vis tors to be believe believe believe ¬
lieve he had witnessed itnEs d and of the dif difficulty diCfifultr difficulty ¬
ficulty experienced in adjusting the line lineof 1i 1iof lineof
of march with regard to the color line lineAt lineAt lineAt
At the end of the parade he said so sodusty sodusty iOdu
dusty du y had been the way that it was washard wa wahard washard <
hard to tell where Caucasian left off offand offand offand
and Ethiopian began beganI
I am glad to see ce that here too it itis itis itis
is impossible for anyone to see ee where whereLos whereLos bere bereL
Los L Angeles An 1es leaves off of and Salt Lake Lakebegins Lakegins Lakebsgins
begins gins he sakI saidThe sakITh4 sakiThe
The speaker s ker related experiences in inearly inearly Inearly
early California days All later prog progress pro proreM progress ¬
ress he attributed to early energy A Ameeting A1tte Alne
meeting 1tte > > ting of the kind he was a5 addressing addressinghe add ing ingdeelared
he declared did the Angels a little littlegood littleood littlegood
good ood the Saints a great deal He Hethought Hetbouht Hethought
thought it a good thing for men of two twocities twocit twocities
cities cit to rub together tf ether He reminded remindedU r > mindfd mindfdth
U th tw < o Angelenos that while they the had hadmany hadlnany hadmany
many glorious things Salt Lake also alsohad alsohad alsohad
had her glories gloriesIn Jtktri JtktriIn
In painting some of the splendid pos possessions possessions poesessions ¬
sessions of Los Angeles Judge Good Goodwin GoodWin Goodwin ¬
win touched t uhed on her h > r girls girlsT
T saw sa A < a great ret many man girls in Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles when Ren I was there I thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that if i some of our Utah men were werethere werethere
there this raw m w material would be beclaimed bechalrtied
claimed claimedJudge chalrtiedJudge
Judge Goodwin hoped the guests guestswould guestsould guestswould
would ould come often and incidentally incidentallystated incidentalltated incidentallystated
stated that he thought Salt Lakers Lakersought Lakesought
ought to take a trip to Catalina at atleast atleast
least 1 once av amonth amonthOh a month monthOh monthOh
Oh no groaned roaned President of the theCouncil theCouncil
Council F J Hewlett and others no nonot nonot
not that Catalina trip tripWhy tri tripWhy
Why hY retorted Judge Goodwinyo Goodwin
yo you OI need it once a month anyhow anyhowTribute anyhowTribute anyhowTribute
Tribute to Road Builder BuilderOscar BuilderOscar
Oscar Mueller ueUer who was the next nextspeaker nextspeaker
speaker introduced himself hims lf as the boy boydirector bO bOI boydlreetor
I director dlr etor of the chamber of commerce commerceHe commercei commerceHe
i He took occasion to thank the Com Commercial ComI Commercial ¬
mercial mert ial club on behalf of his fellow fellowAngelenos feUowAngelenos fellowAngelenos
I Angelenos In the course of his re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks he paid a tribute to Senator WI WA W WA
A Clark of whom he said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It remained for this thl great westerner westernert
I to t undertake and complete the task of ofuniting ofuniUng ofuniting
uniting the two great cities of Angels Angelsand Angelsand Angelsand
and Saints SaintsMathonihah StlintsIathonihah SaintsMathonihah
Mathonihah Thomas the next speak speaker speakernvas ¬
er ernvas was introduced by b ToastmasterCaine ToastmasterCaine Toastmaster ToastQ1asterCaine
Caine as a man m n whose Sunday Sunda first firstname firstname firstname
name was unpronounceable unpronounceableMr
Mr Ir Thomas stated that from his hisyouth hisyouth hisyouth
youth he had been taught to believe In Inthe inI Inthe
I the visitations of Angels The faith faithhad Calthhad faithhad
had been instilled In him but he had hadnever hadntver hadnever
never fully tull realized before just what whatit
it meant meantNow moontI moontuNow meantNow
Now I know he said and I want wantto wantto wantto
I to say youre the hottest bunch of ofAngels ofAngels ofAngels
Angels that ever came below belowAt belowI belowAt
I At this point Judge Goodwin Inter Interrupted Int Interrupted r rrupted ¬
rupted with a suggestion that they theymight theymight
I might have h ve come up from below belowThis belowThis
I This was also a land where dreams dreamswere dreamswero1 dreamswere
were wero1 believed fed in stated the speaker speakerHe speak speakerlie r rI
I He then drew word pictures of some someof sumeI seineof
of th the dreanw reeIDe that the early pioneers pioneershad plneersb41d pioneersbad
I had ofth of 1h tJh ftftur future of this valley and
Senator Clark t Visit of W Will ll Be of Good Result Resultx
ar Says aYs o Angelenos e epos z e Productive ro active o 0o
x
Before he left for Butte last night night Senator W A Clark president of the th t he San Pedro o road announced announcedexceeded t that the t he business of the new line had so far farexceeded farexceeded farvada
exceeded expectations expectad ous that the section between Uvada Uv vada a d a and Caliente is to be relaid at once with sevenlyfivepound rails in order that traffic may be beiiamlled behandled behandled
handled as expeditiously e there as on the other oth r portions of the line While the rails now in use are substantial and were supposed to be adequate for foruie forthe forthe
the business that might be naturally anticipated in theinitial stages of operation the company has been compelled to handle such heat heavy trains to accommodate ac accommodate accommodate ¬
commodate travel that the change is considered desirable immediately immediatelyenator i ienator
enator at0r Cla Clark k spent the day out outs m n the line looking ov o over r the road and considering cOnsid considering ring general operations and a left for the north on the Oregon A Short c Line LineO Lineat Lineat
at 11 1145 p m He said he regretted O his A inability CK7A VJ to lJ O spend 7d U 4BIUA more I Iroad tim socially with the Los Angeles visitors and their hosts because thepressure of rail railroad railroad
road business prevented him himI I
1 would have enjoyed bang b ing with the boys bo e at all their entertainments he said but butappreciation couldnt t get the time Her However I want to express myo my myappreciation myapprecIation
appreciation of the v vary ry generous welcome accorded accorded the t Los Angeles men and d myself m myselfthis self and I a want ant to say sa that I have ha never s seen any entertainment more moreo morenerous moreboth
o ° nerous and hospitable You Salt Lake people have certainly made a success of ofmyself this occasion occasionand ion and I am sure It will prove of incalculable benefit toOf to toboth tobQth
both cities citiescourse r
Of course I was Particularly pleased pleas d by b the reception rec pt tion on given me at the Commercial club and an It has been very gratifying gratif ing to have the men of both bothpie bothcities bothcities
cities assure me they would do everything possible to make t the success of the new road permanent and to establish cordial relations between the peo people people
ple and the th < < company Very few occasions in my opinion have a ever ver er been as fruitful of good results as this and I believe those results will be last lasting lastIng lustlog ¬
ing Certainly Certaml there > is every reason why the people of the two cities most Interested should be good friends socially and in a business way and I constder con consider consWermyseJr ¬
sider sWermyseJr myself fortunate in in having been able to contribute somewhat to the celebration of this week weekVice l > 1ice
v Vice Ice President J T Ross Clark and Mrs Clark leave on a special train early this morning for a daylight trip over the line Several Sev ral guests accompany accompanythem accompanythem accompanythem
them including Vice ke President W V H Bancroft of the Oregon Short Line LineTALES 1 1TALES 1BYCAMERAAsARE
TALES TOLD BY BYCAMERAAsARE CAMERA AS A RESULT SULT OF OFANGELENOS1 OFANGELENOS
ANGELENOS1 VISIT TO GREAT SALT LALE L E
I
1 A 1 V Skinner of Los Angeles Is IsThere 15There
1There There With His Camera CameraH
2 H II Ftescher of Los Angeles GoingBack Going GoingBuck GoingBuck
Buck For His Second Dip DipP DIpP
3 P J T Quealy and J T S Branford BransfordAmonc BransrordAmon BranfordAmon
Amonc Amon the Guests GuestsJ
4 J Walter D j Clark of Riverside Look Looking Looking Looking ¬
ing For His Ring RingUndress Ringi
i Undress Parade > of Angelonos inGreat in inGreat inGreal
Great Salt Lake
6 Senator ator Simon Bnmberger Takes a aParty aParty aParty
Party for a Ride RidePhotos RidePhotos RideP
Photos P otos by Harry Shipler ShiplerRELIEF ShipierRELIEF ShiplerRELIEF
RELIEF EXPEDITION EXPEDITIONTromsoe EXPEDITIONTronnsoe I ITroJU
Tromsoe TroJU e Norway June 14 HThe The Arc Arctic Arctic ¬ I Itic
tic steamer Terranova sails today for forFranz forFranz forFranz
Franz Josef Land to the relief of the theZiegler theZiegler
Ziegler Zie < ler expedition headed by AnthonyFiahi Anthony AnthonyFiala AnthonyFiala
Fiala on the America AmEri a The second re relief relief relief ¬
lief expedition aboard the Magdalcna Magdalcnastarts Magdalenastarts lagdlllenastarts
starts for Greenland June 16 16of 16of 16of
of the union of the City CIl of Saints with withthe withthe i ithe
the City of Angels AngelsHe An elt < 1 1He
He then noted in succession the re realization realization ¬ I IaUzation
alization of each of these dreamsHenry dreamsHenry dreams dreamsHenry
Henry T Hazard on Pioneers PioneersHenry PioneersHenry I
Henry Hen T Hazard formerly mayor of ofLos ofLos
Los Angeles was announced to speak speakon I
on Pioneer Angels He gave ve a cue cuewhich cuewbich cuewhich
which was followed by b the succeedingspeakers succeeding succeedingspeakers
I
speakers when ben he took occasion to topraise topraise topraise
praise the womanhood of Utah UtahHe UtahHe
He told of himself and Uncle Billy BillyWorkman BillyYorkman BillyWorkman I
Workman returning to Salt Lake at atthis atthis atthis
this late date to fulfill pledges made madeto
1 1tbeJordan
to bright eyed e ed Angels on the banks of ofthe ofthe
the tbeJordan Jordan while they the were en route routeto routeto I Ito
to the coast a la ox team He ex explained explained explained ¬
plained his tardiness by b saying that he hewanted liewanted I II
wanted to return in a Pullman when whenhe whenhe whenhe
I he came to pay tribute to Utahs wo women women women ¬
men and that he had waited long until untila
I a man had been sent with a purse purseas
I as deep as his heart was broad and andwho andwho andwho
who constructed a highway that Zion Zionmight Zionmight Zionmight
might tap the glorious climate of ofsouthern ofsouthern ofsouthenl
southern California CaliforniaMr
Mr Hazard said he had acquired acquiredthe
the smile that wont ont come oft since sincecoming sincecoming sincecoming
coming to Salt Lake He had tapped tappedSalt tappedSalt tappedSalt
Salt Lakes hospitality and had found foundit
it entirely satisfactory satisfactoryAnd
And at that he said I have con confined confined conI ¬
fined my remarks to the ladies ladiesJudge ladiesJudge ladlesJudge
I
Judge E F Colborn on Utah UtahToastmaster UtahToastmaster UtahToastmaster
Toastmaster Caine introduced Judge JudgeE
E F Colborn as a man man who had never nevertold nevertold nevertold
told a lie because he had found the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth sufficiently elastic for his pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose Judge Colborns subject was wasThe wasThe wasThe
The New Utah UtahHe UtahHe UtahHe
He asked what more he could add to towhat towhat towhat
what the visitors had already seen and andheard andheard andheard
heard of the new Utah He reminded remindedhis
his listeners however that there could couldhave couldbave couldhave
have ben b en no new Utah had there been beenno beenDO beenno
no old Utah He paid a tribute to the thepioneors thepioneers he hepiol1e
pioneers piol1e < > rs who had written their names namesGontinucdon namE namEContinucdon nameContlnuedon
Gontinucdon Page P ge 2
CASES AGAINST KELLY QUASHED QUASHEDFormer
Former Speaker of Missouri House of Delegates Escapes Pun Punishment Punishment ¬
ishment For Boodling on Account of Having Turned TurnedStates TurnedStates
States Evidence I
iT T LOUIS LOuis June 14 HAll AU All the charges chargesf c arges argesof
ST f of perjury and bribery againstCharles against againstCharles
Charles F Kelly former speaker speakerof
of the house of delegates were nolle nollepressed nonepressed
pressed in the criminal division of the thecircuit thecircuit thecircuit
circuit court today at the request of ofCircuit ofCircuit ofCircuit
Circuit Attorney Hager who said In Inmaking
making this motion I desire tq say sa that thathe thathe thathe
f
he has been used by b the state as a witless witnegs wit witness ¬
ness and has kept faith with the state stateAt stateAt stateAt
At the present pre nt time he is physically physicallyand pbsicalband
and mentally run down and the state staterecommends staterecommends staterecommends
recommends that the nolle prossesoe prossesbeaccepted presses prossesoeaccepted Tie Tieaccepted
accepted acceptedThe acceptedThe acceptedThe
The cases quashed comprise the thecharge thecharge
charge chareof of bribery in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the passage of the city lighting bill billbribery billbribery billbribery
bribery in connection with the passage passageof
of the suburban railway railwa franchise franchisebill franchisebilland blll bllland bmand
and perjury In connection with the gen general general general ¬
eral boodle charges chargesKelly chargesKelly
1 Kelly has pleaded guilty in the suburban sub suburban suburban ¬
urban case and on the charge of per perjury perjury perjury ¬
jury had been found guilty and apd sen senGOES senGOES e eGOES
GOES AT HIGH SPEED SPEEDElblng SPEEDElbing SPEEDElbing
Elbing Germany June 14 HTbe The trial trialtrip trialtrip trialtrip
trip of the torpedo boat S 126 built builtat builtat I Iat
at the Schicau works and andfitted fitted with withturbine withturbine withturbine
turbine engines took place pla e here to today today today ¬
day She averaged 27 7 810 knots ots perhour per perhour perhour
hour for three hours Her highest highestspeed hig11eitspeed highestspeed
speed rate was as 28 t l4 knots per Hour Houri l hourFour ur urFour
i Four sister boats fitted with piston yis Jl en engines 6nglnes engines ¬
gines averaged ave 1 two knots per hour 7sds 7sdsthan lass lassthuu leasthan
than the
tenced to two years in the penitentiary penitentiarybut
but upon appeal the supreme court re reversed reyersed reversed ¬
versed the finding and remanded the thecase thecase thecase
case for retrial retrialLeesCase retrialLees retrialLeesCase
LeesCase Lees Case Continued ContinuedJefferson ContinuedJefferson ContinuedJefferson
Jefferson City Cit JIo 10 June 14 HA A continuance con continuance continuance ¬
tinuance to June 26 6 of the trial of the theperjury theperjury theperjury
perjury case of former Lieutenant Gov Governor Governor ¬
ernor John A Lee which was set for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial today toda was granted by > Judge JudgeDavis JudgeDavis JudgeDavis
Davis in the circuit court today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The continuance was granted after afterProsecuting afterProsecuting I IProsecuting
Prosecuting Attorney Belch had filed fileda 1 1a
a stipulation which he had made with withLee withLee I
Lee and Lees attorney > that Lee is to totestify totes totestify
testify tes tI f in the bribery briber cases pending pendingagainst pendingagainst pendingagainst
against State Senators Farris and andSmith andSmith andSmith
Smith Judge Davis announced that thathe thathe thathe
he would set the trial of Lees case for forJune forJune forJune
June 26 the same date set for the trial trialof trialof trialof
of the cases of Smith and Farris say ¬
ing that at that time Judge Martin Martinwould Martinwould 3fartinwould
would be here and would determine determinewhich determinewhich
which case should be tried first firstMONITOR firstMONITOR
MONITOR AGROUND AGROUNDWashington AGROUNDVashinglon AGROUNDWashington
Washington June 14 HThe The monitor monitorPuritan monitorPuritan monitorPuritan
Puritan is reported to the navy department depart department ¬
ment to be hard aground a ound off oft Point PointLookout PointLookout PointLookout
Lookout in the Potomac She has on onboard onboard onboard
board the naval reserve of the District Districtof
of Columbia and was to have partici ¬
pated in the maneuvers maneuvers last night nightAll nightagRinsl nightagainst
against Forts Vashngt 8 and d Hunt HUDtU HuntU1
All U efforts for two das to float th thihsnra the akfp 4p
ihsnra li hat + oso o so far proved unBueeosrful un8lec tful ful
ADVICE ADVICEfudge NOT FOLLOWED FOLLOWEDJudge
Judge Harmon Harmonjand and E N JudsonHave Judson JudsonHave JudsonHave
Have Severed Their Connection ConnectionWith ConnectionWith ConnectionWith
With the Santa Fe Case CaseCincinnati CaseCincinnati CaseCincinnati
Cincinnati 0 June 14 HJudge Judge Jud Judson Judson Judson ¬
son Harmon who was engaged with withF withF withF
F N Judson of St Louis by b Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Moody lood to investigate charges chargesthat ch chargesthat rges rgesthat
that the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Ferailroad Ferai1road Ferailroad
railroad was granting rebates to the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado Fuel and Iron company today todaygave todaygave todaygave
gave out the following statement in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he confirms the report r port that he hehad hehad hehad
had terminated his commission with withthe withthe withthe
the government governmentAs
As the dispatch was given to the thepress thepress thepress
press which asked me in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with Mr r Judson to undertake the duty dutyof dutyof dutyof
of investigating and reporting on the thealleged thealleged thealleged
alleged rebates given by the Atchison AtchisonTopeka AtchisonTopeka AtchisonTopeka
Topeka Santa anta Fe railroad to the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado Fuel and Iron company I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think there should now be no mystery mysteryabout mysteryabout mysteryabout
about what has become of the matter matterMr matterMr
Mr Judson Tudsonand and myself made the in investigation inyesthation investigation ¬
vestigation and recommended that acertain a acertain acertain
certain proceeding be taken The at attorney attorne9 attorney
torney general disapproved our recom recommendations recommendations recommendations ¬
mendations as he had a perfect right rightto
to do The nature and circumstances circumstancesof
of our appointment seemed 1 emed to impose imposea
a degree of important responsibility responsibilityand responsibi1itand
and we thought our duty required us usto usto usto
to adhere to our views We Ve have so sonotified sonotifi sonotified
notified notifi d the attorney general and re retired retired retired ¬
tired from further connection with the thematter thematter thematter
matter matterDEED matterDEED
DEED OF INSANE WOMAN WOMANf WOMANTppeka WOMANTopeka
+ f Tppeka Kan June 14 1VA > A spe spet special speeial +
+ t cial to the State Journal fromf fromfTucumcari from fromTucumcari +
+ Tucumcari New Mexico says saysMrs sa3sMrs saysMrs +
+ Mrs George Campbell the tfife tilfeofaprominent tifeofaprominent +
4 + ofaprominent ranchmanfourmiles ranchmanfourmileswest +
+ west of here went suddenly in insane insane insane +
+ sane last evening Seizing a rifle riflei rifie1t riflef +
i jf f she chased her husband away awa from fromhome + I
1 + r home Then before he could re reI t tturn t
4 + turn with help she killed her five fivechildren fivechildren + f
I 4 + children and ended her own life lifelth lifewith + f
4 + with lth a bullet through her head headYALE heado headYALE +
+ +
+ + 1 i 1 II 1 f i I I f 1 + 1 t i iYALE
o
YALE COLLEGE IN CHINA CHINANew CHINANtW CHINANew
New Haven Conn June 14 HIntelli HIntelligence 14Intelllgence Intelli Intelligence ¬
gence has been received at Yale that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the governor of the province uf if Hu Hunan Hunan Hunan ¬
nan China has given permission permi ion for forthe forthe forthe
the establishment of the new Yale col college college college ¬
lege at Chengsha in that provincewhich province provincewhich provincewhich
which hitherto has been somewhat un unfavorable unfav9rable unfavorable ¬
favorable to forei foreign for ei enterprises in including inclulfin Ineludin ¬
cluding ° mtesl missIoiiBWimhf mi 1 qll II re P result was wasiffSftr wasbroli wasbrotlt
broli brotlt l 1f itblf1 n 1a iffSftr t ll the good goo VOtI offices of oflalegradua
1 lalegradua ale 11 graduates es In China < h1l1a
IINVEST I INVEST 1000000IN IOO 1000000 OOOdOOIN OO OOIN
IN SALT LAKE LAKESLos
Los Angeles Visitors Assert AssertFaith AssertTheir AssertTheirFaith Their TheirFaith
Faith in Utahs Future FutureLARGE FutureLAR FutureLARGE
k
LARGE LAR E DEALS NOW PENDING PENDINGIMPETUS PENDINGIMPETUS PENDINGIMPETUS
IMPETUS CERTAIN TO CARRY CARRYTHE CARRYI CARRYTHE
THE CITY FORWARDT FORWARD FORWARDIT FORWARDIT
I
T IS the conviction Ql o w well n inflpoiMC inflpoiMClocal i i10cal inAOii inAOiilocal
IT local real estate dealers that tlttI tlttIpresence thw thwpresence tllWpresence
presence in Salt Lake at tills tit tlpift tlpiftof ti tiof tlaitof
of the two trainloads of visitors from fromsouthern fro frosouthern frontsouthern
southern California will result in tte tteinvestment 1Minvestment 1stinvestment
investment of at least 1WMIO 1 outekto outektocapital o1lm o1lmcapital outiildcapital
capital in Salt Lake real r al estate TM TMestimate TIItIIestimate ThIsestimate
estimate is based on the assumption assumptionthat a umpdOft umpdOftthat
that the present owners will use com common common common ¬
mon sense in the matter of prices It Italso Italro Italso
also includes the M6M already in invested Jav invested
vested v sted by Los Angeles capitalists in inrecent mrecent inrecent >
recent weeks weeksSeveral weeksSeveral weeksSeveral
Several of the visitors saidyestertifcy saidyestertifcythat said ye yesterduty yesterdutythat tentay tentaythat
that they had made purchase e6 Mfce Mfceman oeleman
man announced that his P4 puwould pmriNMee pmriNMeewould an anwouhl
would run to ieOW9 180 Others s said M tt tiseys tiseyshad te71 y yhad
had taken options and would clo clone tfc tfcdeals the tJMdeals thedeals
deals if everything was found to be beright beright
right It is known that man many other otherdeals etherdeals
deals are pending some of them of n lEnueuai n nueual
ueual proportions Whether or not notthese DOtthese netthese
these go through win depend in larjw larjwmeasure Ia IamEasure area areameasure
measure on the attitude of the pre Pruettholders present presentholders ent entholders
holders If they are inclined to toM toMsatl6fted be besatisfied besatisfied
satisfied with reasonable profits on ontheir 0Iatheir ontheir
their property the deals will b be cloned ctonedif
if not many of them will fall by tile tfeewayside tilew thinwayside
wayside waysideSome w waysideSome stde stdeSome
Some Will Take More Time TimeSome TimeSome TimeSome
Some of the visitors who came cai ca t ttt tttare telook Utlook
look over the field with i01 the idea EllC1ftay EllC1ftaying erbylag
lag are charmed with the prospect prospectThey PltHltl proslieetThey fet fetTbey
They have Ita ve taken options on valuable valuaMeproperty Vl valuableproperty uaWe uaWeproperty
property and have sent home for cash cashwith ca dtekwith h hwith
with which to close their deals de ls OtMere OtMerehave Ot Othetyhave > > er erhave
have decided to return home and tMak tlIIakthe thhekthe tMakthe
the matter over before taking action actionStill actionStill acttonStill
Still others will remain over in the city cityfor ckyfor ekyfor
for several Yeral days and make a more JnOIeful care ereful careful ¬
ful inspection of conditions before act acting aeting neting ¬
ing for themselves or advising their theirclients theltclients theirclients
clients clientsBut clientsBut clientsBut
But it is realized that the MMM MMMto 1 1t 191077to
to t be invested by th Ute visitors i ttors from Lo LoAngeles Ian IanAngeles AMI AMIAngles
Angeles at this time til is not the matter matterof
of vital ital importance to Salt Lake Tfce Tfceimportant TtIeimportant Tlieimportant
important thing the factor that thrown thrownall UaIttWII1I
all 1I others far into the background bac rou fc fcthe Ie Iethe hthe
the nature of the impetus to be gfvCM cuntthe gfvCMthe dv dvthe
the city as a result of the visit visitIf vialtIf visitIf
If the impetus is in the right di direction direction direction ¬
rection said a farseeing local dealer deal dealer dealer ¬
er Salt Lake will ill feel the good ef effects effects effects ¬
fects of the Californians throughout throughouther
her entire history If the impetus impetusshould i Impetusshould lletllSshould
should be in the wrong direction all atfour allour allour
our labor will have baeheen been in vain and andthe andthe mI mIthe
the city will fall to sleep I have little littlefear littlef littlefear
fear f r of this Our visitors are well welpleased wellple we jl jlpleased
pleased ple ced with our prospects ts They are areconvinced areconvinced areconvinced
convinced that the foundations for forJreat a agreat agreat
great city have been laid here They Theycome TIleycome Theycome
come in touch with wit the right kind of ofpeople oft oftpeople o4ieople
people and they will spread goal reports re reoports rsports ¬
ports of us Great good will came ceMe q qour > f four roUr
our oUr meeting meetingBig meetiltbBIg meetingBig
Big Deals Kept Kept Dark Dark3Vhie Dakwhile DarkVhlIe
while it Is known in a genet geheI1II way wxythat W1tYth waythat
that th t a number of important deals were wetiemade weremade weremade
made yesterday no official iafernSMMawould infomuttton infomutttonwould iRfOl1laadeDwould
would be given out concerning them themThe tAeaIThe themThe
The Zions ZionsSaYings Savings bank sold the Uteert prop fv0erty property >
erty ert on the east side of Main street streetnow fltreetIDOW streetnow
IDOW now occupied by b the Fergus Fe us Coatter Gealtermusic Coattermusic CfHIItermusic
music store The lot is 34xlW xlM It was wassold wassold wassold
sold through Young Young Youn to Mrs liftsSarah MrsSarah MraSarah
Sarah A McChrystal for S010 318 2 Wt This Thismakes TIllsMakes Tlldsriakes
makes 90000 worth of property this thisLjik t tLnk thisL
Ljik L nk has disposed of recently recentlyLoeb recentlyLoeb recentlyLoeb
Loeb Fleischman 4 Co of 0 Los An Angeles Angenes AJIgeles ¬
geles purchased through Taylor Bros Brosthe Bro8the Brosthe
the J 31 1 Stout property on the corner cornerof CMnftoC cornerof
of Fifth South and Main streets diagonally diag diagonally tI tIonally ¬
onally across from the property propertycenUy re recently recently ¬
cently bought by Peter Haack TheStout The TheStout TIleStout
Stout property has a frontage of 0 sixtysix sixty sixtysix sixtysix
six feet on Main street and a frontage frontageof runtA runtAof
of 118 on Fifth South The purchase purchaseprice pureltMeprice purchaseprice
price was 16000 A family hotel now nowon nowon nowon
on the lot rents for leO 1 00 a year mak making maltin making ¬
ing in iy 7 > f per cent gross income on th thinvestment the theinvestment theinvestment
investment investmentORDERSFAR investmentORDERS
0 C CORDERSFAR
ORDERSFAR ORDERS FAR AHEAD AHEADWar
War in Manchuria Making Ammuni ¬
tion Factories Rich RichBerlin RichBerUn RichBerlin
Berlin June 14 HThe The Russian war of office office J Jfiee ¬
fice invited proposals from German am ammunition ammunition ¬
munition works this week for 2WWMWcartridges 2WWMW 1U8080Scartridges 800 800cartridges
cartridges of all kinds costing cos n between between15ooo09
1500083 1 OO0IMt and 206060 4114 and also al5 for forconsiderable ferconsiderable forconsiderable
considerable quantities of regulation regulationinfantry regulatioftinfantry regulationinfantry
infantry rifles ri tS The largest lar est arms and andammunition andammunition nd ndammunition
ammunition factories in Germany rmanyve rmanyvebeen havebeen have havebeen
been obliged to decline contracts fee feecause DeC8use because
cause they have orders so far ahead aheadfrom aheAdfrom aheadfrom
from the Japanese Russian and other otherforeign oUterforeign otherforeign
foreign governments goern nts The business s of ofmanufacturing ofmanufacturing ofmanufacturing
manufacturing guns both large and andsmall andsmall nd ndsmall
small is s described as having havln never been beenso DeeRso beenso
so active in Germany as s at present presentWith pr presentWith t tWith
With the German and Turkish Turhi h govern governments 1Overnments governments ¬
ments orders the Krupp works orks during duringthe durJnttbe duringthe
the year expanded to a largerdecree largerdecreethan larger I r degree degreethan defTeetb
than tb n ever before It is estimated estim ted that tiMLtOOO
25060 OOO persons are now employed i IR the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various German smaller arras and gun gunfactories bURfactorIes gunfactories
factories all of which are turning turn o out outthe outthe t tthe
the utmost product of which they are arecapable arecapable arecapable
capable capableAUTOMOBILE capableAUTOMOBILE capableAUTOMOBILE
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT ACCIDENTON
ON RAILWAY CROSSING CROSSINGMiddletown CROSSINGMlddleto1n CROSSINGMiddletown
Middletown X Y June 14 HAn An au automobile automobile automobile ¬
tomobile occupied by Mr and Mrs MrsRichard XISRichard MrsRichard
Richard S Sayer of Englewood N J Jand Jand Jand
and their two sons was struck by Dan DanErie by an anErie anErie
Erie train near Goshen Gosh n today Mr and andMrs ABCIrs andMrss
Mrs rs Sayer were instantly killed and andtheir andtheir ad adtheir
their sons were hurled several feet feetstriking feetstri1 feetstriking
striking stri1 ing near the tracks They The are not notexpected ROtexpected notexpected
expected to survive their injuries The Thechauffeur Thechauffeur Thechauffeur
chauffeur saved his life by jumping jumpt be before before before ¬
fore the train struck the automobile automobileMr
Mr Ir Sayer was president of the Rider RiderEngine RW RWEngine RiderEngine
Engine company companyHORRIBLE companH
et9A et9AHORRIBLE
HORRIBLE H RRIBLE SEQUELTO SEQUEL SEQUELTO
TO FEUD IN GEORGIA GEORGIAf GEORGIAVald08taG GEORGIAValdosta
+ f Valdosta Vald08taG Ga June 14 HWhat What fe 18believed + 4 4believed +
+ 4 believed to be the sequel of a feud feudof feudof f
+ 4 of long standing resulted here ear eIUI + f
4 4 ly I today In the assassination of ofthe ofthe +
4 + the 17yearold l son and the IS 16e ISyearold + f
4 + yearold e rold daughter of W L Carter Carterfonnerly Cartert + f fformerly
+ formerly a Baptist minister ministerTbe ministerThe + f
4 + The young people attracted by bytbe t tthe f
4 + the barking of a a dog do In tho yard yarilwent + 4went f
4 went out to investigate when th they theywere theywere y yf +
+ f were fired upon The girl fell dead deadand d Ad Adand + 4 4and
+ and the boy crawled back to t the thehouse thehouse + thouse
+ house where he died A younger youngerchild ytungerchild + f
4 + child was wounded woundedf woundedSheriff +
+ f Sheriff Sb riff Passmore and Chief Or OrPoUce ofPolice + f fPolice
+ Police Dampier have returned returnedfrom retunledfrom 4 +
+ 4 from the scene of last nights s nsassination ae aef 6 6sassinaUol1 +
+ f sassination bringing with ith them themJesse 4 4f + 4 4Jesse
+ f Jesse Rawlinga Raw1in Milton Rawllngs Rawllngsf +
+ f and Leonard Rawllngs and two twonegroes twonegroes + f fnegroes
+ negroes charged with the crime crimeThe crimeThe + f ff
+ f The coroners coron s jury fully Invest JItVl6tigated investigated +
4 + gated the matter and returned returnedVEnUct a averdict + f
+ verdict laying the crime to two of off orthe ofthese +
+ f these the e Rawlfngs mod m modt t
11 14 t H t M t + M M + t + + + f + M + + f li1fCt ffiljfVff e < ti

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