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DEATH D A TH GRAPPLE IN THE THEFAR THEt
t I FAR EAST IS S PROBABLE PROBABLEAH PROBABLEndicatons
AH fIIr Indications dlo tlipnsPoiht Point to tothe the Utter Jtt iafl Falue q itYfie e df1the df1theWashington ot I b hl
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V x r > 1 1Washington ri riWashington
Washington 0 Conference OQ QapferenceRussian ferrijce ferrijceiju >
v vRussian <
Russian iju ian Army Being Steadily Reinforced in rn Expectation Exp ct tion of ofsV otFhaI f fFih
sV Final Fih 1 Rupture RuptireRooseve1t Roosevielt Roo evelt Makes Mak s Direct Dir ct Appeal Appealto Appealto
to the Czar CzarLEnd End M Must st Come Come Shortly Shorlly Shorllytt
44 tt + + t t 4 u + t 4 4 t 4 4f t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + t + + ± Ult + t
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4 + 4 St Petersburg Aug 34 94Thecorrespohdortt 4Theeorrespondodt The correspondorit of Rcutors Telegram TeIOgrimcomi TeIOgrimcomipany com company cornpony + 1 +
+ pany was 8 today authorized by Count CouqtLamsdortC Laipfidprff the foreign minister mInIt r rto rto +
+ 4 to state officially offlclullyanJl and in the most formal for f rm al l mannei mann that Russia will WI pay payJapan payJapan +
4 Japan no contribution n direct nor Indirect nor will lll it make any cession cessionof cessloJ1or
+ of territory whatever whateverPortsmouth +
+
40 Portsmouth poatsmoulh N H Aug 24 24Uj 24Uto Uj < to 11oclock k tonight six cablegrams cablegramsh cablegnuhsad + +
+ h ad d been received by Mr Ir Witte f rom rom m St Petersburg All came from fromf fromCount romt
+ f Count Lamsdorff and nil ware opposed to th tha Japanese compromise e epropo + i iproposition
4 proposition propo ltion as presented at yesterdays meeting However it t is posl posllively poeItlv poeltIvey +
+ lively tlv 7 stitod that the cablegrams announce anD anz unce that hat direct dlr et poUr parlers are arenow + +
4 nowIn now in progress between Emperor Nicholas and President Roosevelt +
+ 1 4
ORTSMOUTH N H Aug JM 4The 4Theprospects 4ThQprospects The TheI
PORTSMOUTH P
I prospects of o peace seem eeIn desper desperate dC8pcra ¬
ate a te but butthy they are not hopeless de despite deeplte doptte ¬
spite the prevailing pesMmism p mi8m There Thereis
is still a chance and the forces forc workIng worklog work working ¬
ing for peace are continuing their labora la labors Iabor ¬
bors bor Thepresldent f faied failed led twice but butheis butbe buthe
heis be Is fighting on The result of Am Ambaseador Ambae Ainbassador
baseador bae ador Meyers audience at Peterhot Peterhofyesterday Peterhoty Peterhotyesterdy
y yesterday ye terday was unsatisfactory but at atleast atlea atleaat
least lea t it is not a rebuff It left the door dooropen dooropen dooropen
open and within a few hours after the thereceipt th threceipt th0receipt
receipt at byster Bay of Mr lr Moyers Meyersaccount Moyersaccount Moyersaecount
account of his audience the president presidenthad presidenthad ptesIdentp
p had sent sen a new appeal through M MWltto 11r MI
Wltto who received rcct > lved It from rom om Mr pierce pierceabout pierceabout pierceabout
I r
about 3 oclock this morning The em emperor emperor emporor ¬
peror had already in effect declined declinedthe decItnedthe declinedthe
the proposed compromise offered by byJapan bylp byJapan
Japan lp n He had refused refus d it because bE > causc un under under under ¬
der n a disguise Japan offered to with withdraw wlthdraw withdraw ¬
draw an article asking remuneration remunerationfor
for the cost of the war on condition conditionthat condition conditlonthat conditionthat
that Russia Rus la repurchase from the mill military mllf mllflary milltaiy ¬
tary possession of Japan the northern northernpart northernpa northernpart
part pa rt of Sakhalin at a nxqd nrice rlc rice of of1OOOOOOOO
1200000000 yen yenthe enthe the estimated Erais Utraisd Eraisdc fraiade
dc d guerre Every message from fromPeterhof CromPlterhof fromPeterhof
Peterhof including tho those that came cameoarly oomearly enieearly
early today toda was wa inflexible Infi ble upon that thatpotnt thatpotut
point potutL
L Japan Fixedthe Fixed the Price PriceVI PriceHJ4
1 HJ4 VI Japaanot Ja 1 not inserted IIHIert d tbe the sum had hadfcaen badthat hadthaJ
that been laft t t for futqre dtire adjustment adjustmentthe ndjustm ut utlIte
the I lie proposition prop on would ould undoubtedly undoubtedlyhavo undoubtedIYha undoubtedlyhave
have ha vo proved PIiOVO p ovod morepalatable more nlatablc Andthe AndtheAs And th thAs the theAssdeliued
Assdeliued As OcjRl cJ itadPleN d Press Fe is In a position to tostate tostatc tostate
state that the divergence in the tju com compromise conuprnmIe < om ompromJPle
promise an It suggested ugltest d hy h tha th president presidentand resldcntand
and offered otf > red by Jaoan at the th conference conferencewhiftlt conferenfc confereniewhlJs i iVbll1l
whiftlt JftRfi M mentioned in these tb < di diVatcltgyrlae djs djspate1tivIas u uPatc1t
Vatcltgyrlae Patc1t s night gilt touched hls h 1 vpryt vprytpoint apry1point 1irYI 1irYIpoint
point Tbe The rii president did not suggest suggestA SUgestt1rlre
A 4 uric or r th1 tn fixing fIxln of a price and it itis It1t itIa
is 1t believed b tte although It1thou h this tbi cannot be af afre aCfJrmed atfirmed
fJrmed firmed that his Intest e e1tot e1totere t p pre
ere re the consont co ltt oC the emperor crp eror to toTgreXJto iot toaccept
TgreXJto t r Jn accept the th Japanese proposi proposition proposltion propositlop ¬
tion wMh ffl4 the amount subject to fur furtb flrf furth4r
tb f th4r rr r adjustment by an arbitration arbitrationboard arbitratIonboard arbitrationhoard
board or otherwise otherwiseOffered otherwiseOffered eo eoOffered
Offered to Divide Sakhalin SakhalinAccording SakhaHnAecordin SakhalinAeeordln
According to the Japanese Japt n M 1 Witte Witteha Witte1uuI Wittebaa
ha baa already 8rtl y offered offer to divide Sakhalin SakhalinTf
Tf the repurchase of Sakhalin was wasa wasipon a aRIOf1upon
a RIOf1upon ol upon a nurchasable basis the thefollowing thef10wln thefollowInr
following lines from the > authorized authorizedBtaim authorizedtatment authorizedstalmeflt
Btaim tatment it of the Russian position given givento hpn hpnto j
to the th Associated s ejated Prosp last night nightshould nihtshould nititshould
should be borne in mind HAil All that thatJaoan thatTannn thatJanan
Jaoan does d as s is to join the Question of ofSaVhalbi ofSakhnUl1with ofSakhalji
SaVhalbi SakhnUl1with with that of a cash sh payment paymentand pamentand paymentand
and to Insist upon war costs under the thenarn tbenamt thern thernname
narn name of 1 purchase money The trans transaction transfLCtlon transaction ¬
action i IMfictitlou flctitloUR and an the terminology terminologymisleading terITilnolo terITilnolomhdMdtng ternilnologynisleadInsr
misleading If what is 11 proposed be in inruth Intrutb Intruth
ruth a purchaseand purchase and sale it should shouhihc
L 1 ho t1 tte treated ted as such u h afid aftdtherewrQ aftdtherewrQho11d ad thareforai thareforaishould thereoreshoqld
should Russia Ru 11l decline de < llne to buy b y the taprt taprtton t9 t9too tetwLtnr
ton Japan should keep it and con conclude condude contiude ¬
dude pence on th tbp basis of the conces concessions conceesi conceanftmt ¬
sions si ns already mmle mmleMay mrulpMayCome mnleMayCome
May MayCome Come Down DownJapan DownTapan DownZfapan
Japan It is believed would make the thes thefurther thefurther
s further concessions suggested sugge ted if Em Emto Emporor Emperor
poror Nicholas would commit himself himselfto
to this solution This statement is isTjased Isba Isbased
based ba ed on the words wo ds of the Japanese Japaneseauthority JapanespRuthorlt Japaneseauthority
authority most mo t competent to speak speakWhen speakWhen speakWhen
When asked ask d If it was correct as re reported 10norted repuorted ¬
ported that the Japanese 1apan Ie had paid Jd their theirlast theirlast
last 8 t word 011 and that all hope was over overhe overh I I Ihe
he h replied repliedNo replIedNo
I
No we h have ve not declared our nro nroposltion nroposition proposition
position of Wedneudav Wednet4 av was our irre irreducible IrredueIbl Irreducible ¬
ducible > minimum We are not assum assuming assumIn assumlog ¬
log In a throatenljig attitude That Is not notfh notU notth I
fh U way to make peace peaceBut peaceBut ace aceBut
But the plenipotentiaries themselves themselvesno themsehcsncloDcqr
no ncloDcqr lo pqrControl pontr01 on either side The ThenegoJRLtfoSf The TheT1e Thenegott1O I
negoJRLtfoSf T1e negott1O otdtfoBf hare paused peeae P8 se from ttieir ttieirJmwflV t1ielr11Rnai tberhand
JmwflV hand < to f > their principals at > > Peterhof Peterhofand Peterhofand f fand I
and Tokfo TokfoA TokfoKaisers Tok Toke I
e A I
Kaisers Part In the Game GameMost Gamer08t Gametoat
Most r08t persistently the report contln contlnitep contlnUt
itep Ut Iee > f1 to be circulated here that Emperor EmnerorWillifltn EmnernrVlIlhtm EmperorWilliam
William has baen b en one of the main m in ob obstacles obEliacles ohstacles ¬
stacles t to > qofeoe that while ostensibly ostensiblvIn
In sympathy fI 1ftthy with the presidents presidentsforts ef efforts offorts ¬
forts ho Is advteJng Emperor Nicholas Nicholasrot Nlehol1snot Nicholasnot
not to yield The foundation for the thebelief th thbello thebelief
belief Is the th fact which am aMlftts ainie e rs fully fullyonflrmed fulbon fullyonflrmed
onflrmed on firmed that M T Wittes instructions instructionsr In lrucUonsere
r ere tnde more imperative and in intratisl IntranKent Intrafliient
tratisl tranKent ent upon the th quest que question tloo Jon of in indemtUtv JnfmlUV SnomnhtV
demtUtv md f A csden s < lon of territorV after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the kaJteors kl fler Interview nt riew with iUr the th Pusninn Pusninnemnernr FUSlll1nEmnelnr Pussiiinempetflr
emnernr In the nit of Finland Be Beyonct Beo e evotht
yonct o this no evidence QvIc c i II offered It is isPicmificant Isshrnlflcant I
Picmificant E1smlfic nt that M r Vltte made it a apoint apoint apoint
point to 7rr yrre cnr > re H hi r > lisbelief in the re report 1ept report ¬
port from Rt t P PAttprlllburp ter burfir whih cau cauqd cauqdnnehtEr caucdonelderable < ed edronstd
ronstd nnehtEr onelderable < raile ble n reut nen1rnation n t rnatlon here that thatrount thatrottnt thatConnt
rount I Lamst10rtC < an sdorff had tHollaed urni flea UeuterK ReuterfI fleaters
terK agent ent to declare d > > 1tre that t Russia un under unP usrjor ¬
der P no o clrcur rlrcus eIreumstaris stun tnl ej would nnv Ifl a con contrbutlon contrhutlon contrhtiI1n
trbutlon cither Direct or r indirect or orrrake orT1akp ortrak
rrake trak H fto cession eIOR nf f territory whatever whateverM wb tevPr tevPrT
M T 1 Wtt tLe snld he h could nut Imagine inmginetb ImaginetllIt
tb tllIt t nunt uit tampiorfT Lamp orff could l ItsV ve su suihorJrfd 8UthorifJ anthntrii
ihorJrfd such eh A ctotment t < tm9nt without In Uifnrmrig InformHtibJ1tWIUe infnrnutrg
fnrmrig formHtibJ1tWIUe formHtibJ1tWIUeZ him hIi fWitte1 fWitte1GZAR cittet cittetCZAR
CZAR Z INFLEXIBLE INFLEXIBbERussia INFLEXIBLERussia E ERussia
Russia Wants w ts Peace But B t Will Not Notipay NotWay Notay
Way ay Indemnity IndemnitySt IndemnityPireiptirr I
Y St Pireiptirr p et i r r rg A v NTlth 4 With re regard 1 reglrl > ¬
gard ad to t i 6t foptcti 4trn fj tfoa hf bto < hen wen re rerpivM 1PIM yerIv41 1
rpivM IM h 1es i 8Ivhur vln r M j Wit Witte e W Wfl WflawS1t fl5 fl5iwnlfinr R Rawaiting
awaiting awS1t ipruetonK 1 IatOnF the he h foreign f oral en offfre offfrevr ofrlt ofrltv
av v It h 1 it statiIv tUvln n rOIRt cogtjit nt rOP1munl rOP1munlttt
ttt Wlh ih 1f vr Wltte nl n l th thpt t he will willtp willI
I h f tp ro Jlhd h d on gflturd Iturdrv Iturdrvl11f < 1lv 1lvTn v vevjonmenti
Tn l11f T GI f rlv evjonmenti onmetll elp t1 cleqrv > rly indi indinatc Indlft mdit
ft t fj L Hw 11 Oc Astfo Assniateii lntell Pr s dtFl dtFlpathc Meiust
natc pathc hr < = deoiarincr JEtstrln that Ru RupI ia will willne wlUnp unit1o
ne 1o r n wo7it enf to the payment of an ann anI
I n < i In ny Y form represent Es Esi t ti
i I i vord u rrd rd with reference > to the theprJn th the1ril
prJn ri V of t rfl r Ly < r rompensiatlon rompensiatlonand
and t1r t Yn < rnrsi n r > I i of otindemnIty H hl hlJndemnlty > < v vIndemnltyjlhe
Indemnltyjlhe indemnIty th the Only Barrier BarrierThe BarrierThe BarrierThe
The 1Uitho aiitliorlfatlve f the > statement made ade to tothe tothe tothe
the Aries Aieitei S itfted i ted Press Pr 88 at Portsmouth
4
± + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + 4 4uvhich
which hlc1i is In the same tenor was made madelast madel madelast
last l st evening by a declaration from the theofficial th thofaclal thofficial
official spokesman tpo esman of the foreign office officewhich officevhlch officeuvhich
which was made almost alm st with the force forceof forceof forceof
of a formal comminque that tInder no nocircumstances noclrcumsta nociroumstaiices
circumstances clrcumsta ces and under no disguises disguiseswould disguseswould disgutseswould
would tho principle of o indemnity be beadmitted beadmitted beadmitted
admitted and this decision is I accepted acceptedby acco ted
by the th Russian public as final It was wasdeclared wasdaclared wasdeclared
1 declared at the foreign 9lflce also that thatlyussias thatnussla thatfiussias
lyussias sincere desire for peace was wasmanifested wasin wasanjfested
manifested in the spirit s1 rlt of concession concessionshown conce conceazionshown lon lonshown
shown b by the Russian mission on the theother t11eother theother
other disputed points and that if ifJapan ifJapan
I Japan was willing to waive this de demand demand domand ¬
mand i which was consistpnt neither neitherwith neitherwith zieltberwith
with t te w1e e honor nor the dignity of Rus Russia Rusmo Ruseta ¬
eta there t ere would be no trouble in ar arranging a1raning arranging ¬
ranging peace Japans Insistence on onindemnity onIndemnity Onindemnity
indemnity being the only barrier to tothe tothe tothe
the termination of the war warArmy warArmy warAmy
Army Being Reinforced ReinforcedI
I
The emperors inflexible determina determination determination ¬
tion to continue the war rather than thanyield thanrleld thanyield
I yield to toa a demand which is regarded as aswarrantable asarrantablt asWarrantable
warrantable only In the case of a van vanquished vanquished vanqulshed ¬
quished nation is strengthened by the thelatest theI
1 latest dispatches received from Gen General Geneta GenI ¬
I I eral eta I lanevitch In which he reports the thestrength thestrcnltlJ thestrengtl
strength of the Russian position and andspeaks andspeaks I Ispeaks
j speaks favorably of the spirit and con condition condition condition ¬
dition of his latest reinforcements reinforc ments and andthe anlth andthe
the th morale of the theentire entire army armyReinforcements arm armReinforcement armyReInforeernent
Reinforcements for the front are re reported repnrted repOrted ¬
ported as steadily arriving The Th Thir Thlpteenth Thirteenth Thirteezith
teenth corps is now en route and the thewar ther
war W r ministry is preparing to dispatch dispatcha dlspE tch tcha I
a composite corps in case caseS negotiations negotiationsfor j I
for Co peace fail Only regular troops troopsand troopsand i iand
and not reservists reseri ts ar are now being for forwarded forIlrded foruvarded ¬
warded and it is reported that the city cityof cityof cityof
of Moscow grenadiers have received receivedmar receivedniarchtti j
marching mar hing prdejrs prdejrsVladivostok t > rders rdersvY rdersVladivostok
Vladivostok vY dlvoiiok Defenses Defensecompe Defensesi j jj jiVv
> 4competent iVv j
j V
iv competent compe nttJmttY imTltary fcftsehcr t tOf tOfmurop of 3an ap i iAssociated
murop EUmpfttLLpoeI k who bf ili 1 pualot4rou pualot4 iuai4J1mughl5
rou mughl5 h Oir Wf pffh thq thoITefllfve efistve ai2ltIri ai2ltIriat tiiRat
at VadivdgtOvlt Ia iv tck iTas Informed lh
Associated Press that the Japanese will
ftnd that fortress fortre a harder nut to craqk cla k
than Port Arthur if they decide to
break off negotiations 11t > This authority huthorlfyeclares
declares that the Japanese fleet will willnot willnot willnot
not be able to cooperate with the at
tauking army except in the way of an
Ineffective In ftecUvc bombardment of the th sea
frent as the mine fields aiid heavy h aY aft
tlllery make Itout it out of thequestion the question for
big bI shins shins to run by the fortress and andget an ang an3get
get g t in touch withthe with ith the besiegers on the themainland themainland themalni
mainland mainlandThis mainlandThiB malni and andThis
This attache tache noticed noU ed during a trip
through Russia from which wl ch he has
Just returned that the southern fort fortrestees fortregties fortress
restees were practically denuded of
heavy J1 avy artillery artlUerywhich which has been em
placed at the approaches to the fort fortress fortr fortYeas ¬
Yeas r Ss at Vladivostok VladivostokVladivoatoTc VladlvostotVladlvostoR V1adivosWriadlvo
VladivoatoTc riadlvo he says isa is a years yea
task at least I and more expensive than
Port Arthur ArthurCRISIS ArthurCRISIS ArthurCRISISNEAR
CRISIS CRISISNEAR NEJAR JE R At T HAND HANDv HANDposevelt HANDRoosevelt
v i iRoosevelt
Roosevelt posevelt Doing foingAIJ All in His H is Power to toPrevent toPrevent toPreventRupture
Prevent PreventRupture PreventRuptureOysterBay Rupture RuptureF RuptureiO
iO OysterBay 8ter Bay AU Aug 24A crisis in the theceneg theiSace
F iSace ace ceneg negotiations tlations is approaching rap ¬
idly JVhether there ther is to be peace be b ¬
tween Russia RUS Iu and Japan or a contin continuance contlnuJnce continunce ¬
uance of rthe war will be determined determinedvery determinedrerylikely determinedvery
very rerylikely likely within a few days daysSincehe daysSll1c daysSliceue
Sincehe Sll1c e made his direct appeal to
Emperor Nicholas President Roosevelt Roosev lt1
has been awaiting developments developmntshope hope
fuh fu that such efforts as he has felt feltproperVto feltproper feltproperto
properVto proper ao make to avert a n > rt a failure df dfthe l fthe
the Washington conference might not
be futile Today these developments
began b n to appear A report from Am ¬
bassador h sa or Meyer at St Petersburg of
hit audience a dience with Emperor Nicholas Nicholasportant NIcholnkrra Nlchohnhrwas
was ra receIjed receIed and in addition some 11 11portant ins insportant
portant advices from Portsmouth P Portsmouthreached rtsmouth i ireached
reached the president They were re regarded regarded ¬
garded as ac K urgent that as soon as asthey asthey
they tbe were received in the executive of office offrr offlee ¬
flee frr Jii the ti village they were carried carriedto carriedto
to Sagmore Hill by a trusted execu executive exectitive ¬
tive clerk I IGre IGreat
Great Gre t Secrecy SecrecyThe SecrecyThe SecrecyThe
The utmost utmo uttnoetsecreey t Secrecy secreey is maintained re regurding rerding r rgirding
girding rding the communications not thS thSslightest th thsliEhtest thslightest
slightest intimation of the nature of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their contents being permitted to be become b bcOrne bcome
come public publicIt
It is i qUit certain that in addition to tomaking t tmAking tomaking <
making a direct appeal to the Russian Russianemperor Russianemperor Russianemperor
emperor to t9 take such suebp1easures measures as may
bring the th pending negotiations to a asuccessful asuccesstul asuccessful
successful Issue President Roosevelt Roosevelthas
has fornmuuiftated with the Japanesegovernment Japanedgovernn Japanese Japanefegovern
government govern 1 nt along similar linen linesVhethcr hinesWhether
Whether that appeal wee made direct directly directly ¬
ly 13 to the enrfferor of Japan as 1n the thiscag thecaM thecilse
cag caM of O Emperor Nicholas cannot be beascertained becert4Jnesl beaMcerttne
ascertained aMcerttne 1 as no official confirma confirmation cnnr IYnflrmetfii ¬
tion la given of the statement that thatuch thiitRIch thhtsiz
RIch siz h a Communication hAs 11 8 bef be be4p + n for forwarded forWJlTdcd forwided ¬
warded
Not Using Threats ThreatsVn ThreatsIAn
IAn Vn iinpreeiqn hlpre ion IB likely like to be created created1y I
hy soml soin retqjt r resot t reports r ports of the presJ Pl
dluits activity aCU fly in the peace proceedr procee proceehiSs
hiSs thatTie that be Is s exerting the powerful powerfuliitnuonec posverfulinfluence i
influence he wields h ieid lde to force fOl the envoys envoysinto
into sonic > > sort of an agreement No Nosuch NbspCh
such 8 ch impression Is warranted by the theefforts theefforts theefforts
efforts he hasmade From the incipl inciploncy Inclploocy Irmcipleney
oncy of the negotiations the president
has bee ba been ll actuated by motives of the thesTnceragt theSIncerest theS1nceret
SIncerest friendship for both of the the1olligerentsanu
balligerentsand l by a desire to do all allthat flUthat oilthat
that 1re 1 him lies to terminate a con ¬
flict B3 n sanguinary that it has shocked shockvdthe shoekcjthe j
the entire civilized world In the ideii ideiiPatersburg Ideztical
tical not note which he directed to the Sf StPotersburgand
Patersburg Potersburgand and Tokia governments he heexpressed heoxprc heexpressed
oxprc expressed scd the he hope that tkat their repre representatives reprc5tllt represqn4tlyos ¬
sentatives 5tllt tJYUi might come together and andsettle andsettle andsettle
settle their differences dlf orencesthemsolcs orencesthemsolcsSince themselves themselvesSince
Since the envoys assembled ns emble < lln In Amer ¬
lea In l an anefort effort to carry < > out the pros
id entsuggestion IdelJt uggeaUon he > has followed In Inspirit IntSplrlt1uJd Inspirit
spirit tSplrlt1uJd and In principle the the ideas he heenunciated heIUIclated haemunciated
enunciated in his Identical l note noteActed notecteda notecdaIptcrmdiary
Acted cteda cdaIptcrmdiary cdaIptcrmdiaryIn asIntermediary asIntermediaryIn ltcrmediaryIn
In the > negotiations e t1atlons preliminary to the theconference thacunferenctJ timecunferentO
conference the t president tJI Sla t acted ac d In tha thaContinued thOCo
Continued Co tinucd on Page 2 2I
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VearyNo Weary No Wonder W nder Talking Talkin Bout Water Wat r All 1 de Time
CRIES CRIESOF OF FRAUD FRAUDARE FRAUDARE FRAUDARE
ARE BASELESS BASELESSGovernment
Government GovernmentSatisfied Satisfied With W ith Uintah TfintahKeservaiidnOpening UintahReserv UintahReeiati
KeservaiidnOpening Reserv Reeiati t n nOpehing O e 1ing i iLATEST I ILATEST iJ iLA
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LATEST LA ST TALE TALEFROM1IERNAL TALEFROM1IERNALLANDSSAiD > FROM FROMVERNAL FROMVERNALLANDS VERNAL VERNALLANDS
LANDS LANDSSAiD SAID TO HAVE BEEN BEEN AL ALLOTTED ALLOTT ALLOTTEDTO
LOTTED LOTT LOTTEDTO CTO TO DEAD INDIANS INDIANSSpacial iNDI INDIANSSpecial NS NSr NSSpclal
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Special to TJit Th 1OraJdJ 1OraJdJI 6eraldO 6eraldOlASHINGTON eraJdJ eraJdJW
I lASHINGTON SHIN TONA AugrS4 Au41Jp g 4Jp Up to this thistime thistime thisV
W V V time Acting Secretary Secr tpry of the In Interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior tenor Ryan RY l arid Indian dt m Commis Commissioner ComnulnSiofler mmi mmisioner ¬
sioner Leupp Leuppare are entirely sttlsted itisfied with withthe withthe withthe
the manner in whlQhtHe Uintali In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian reservation Is being b rng opened open to en entry entry Ontry ¬
try andfrom and from advicoHthc Officials have havereceived haverecely havereceived
received recely d bgth are ar cqnvipced beyond beyonddoubVthat beyonddoubt beyonddeubt
doubVthat doubt thatthe that the opening op opnir1 nufs will becom becomplotod be coal coalplotcd < om omplct
plct plotod underlife tindel Ute direction dlr ction of Land LandCommissioner LandCommissioner LandCommissioner
Commissioner Richards in a manner mannerthat mannerthat mannerthat
that will be above fair criticism No Nosurprise 1Qsurprise NOsurprise
surprise is expressed to the Interior de department deportment dopartment ¬
partment or In theIndianoff the Indian office Ice that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there should have been crlep crle of scandal scandalcorruption scandalcorruption scandalcorruption
corruption unfairness and the like likefor likefor likefor
for such outcries have h e attended the theopening theopening theopenlng
opening of every Indian reservation reservationthat reservationthat reservationthat
that has heretofore taken tak n place placeProof placeProof placeProof
Proof Always Lacking LackingItmay LackingIt LackingItmay
Itmay It may be aald ld positively that not one oneiota oneiohi oneIota
iota of evidence e Idence has been produced producedshowing producedshowing producedshowing
showing the least lea t suspicion su plcion of cor corruption corruption corruption ¬
ruption in connection tvlth the Uintah Uintahreservation Ufntahrescratfon tYintahreservatlon
reservation but on the contrary contraryeverything contraryeerthlnl contraryeverything
everything has bean satisfactorily ad adjusted adjusted adjusted ¬
justed There was at one time con confusion confusion coilfusion ¬
fusion over the segregation sesl glUon ofIands for forirrigation forirrigation forirrigation
irrigation and agricultural purposesdue purposesdue purposes purposesdue
due to a misunderstanding mhmnder tandin between betweenvarious betweenvarIous betweenvarious
various bureaus of the government governmentbut
but this misunderstanding has been beencleared beencleared beencleared
cleared away and that incident satis satisfactorily satiSfactorily satffactorily ¬
factorily closed closedStory closedStory closedStory
Story From Vernal VernalThe JernalThe ernaiThe
The attention of Indian Commiesioner CommiesionerLeupp CommlesionerLeupp ComnuiesionerLoupp
Leupp was wastoda today called to a story em emanating emanating emanating ¬
anating from Vernal in which hlch P G GClark GClark GClark
Clark alleged former corm orme7 chief hief ranger and andchief andchief andchief
chief of Indian polae o on the Uintah Uintahreservation Uintahr Ulutahireervation
reservation r ratlon intimatod that there had hadbeen lmdbeen hadbeen
been corruption m Indian allotments allotmentsthat alottnentsthat allotmentsthat
that lands had been allotted to dead deadIndians deadIndians deadIndians
Indians and that thatseg thatsegpogatlon segcegatlon ogadon of graz grazing grazing grazing ¬
ing lands for Indians had been made madeunduly madeundulY madeunduly
unduly large with a view to togllng giving part partof partof
of 0 this good land to utfOrtte favorites after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the general rush had subsided subsidedCommissioner subsidedCommissiuner subsidedComm1ssIunr
Commissioner Luepp LueppoJsl Was uia aghast at atClarks atClarks atClarks
Clarks charges charg s and while not positive positivesaid positivesaid positivesaid
said he believed Clark Clarktwas twas nas as the man manwho manwho manwho
who when dropped from dO frOm n the Indian Indianservice Indianservice Indianservice
service announced that he would make maketrouble maketrouble maketrouble
trouble His talk was usastherofore therefore antici anticipated anticipated anticipated ¬
pated I 1Charge ICharge ICharge
Charge an Old O d One OneCommissioner OneCommissioner OneCommissioner
Commissioner Luepp says this charge chargeof chargo >
of o allotments to deal Indians has been beenraised beenlaieed beeuraised
raised at every opening He himself himselfthough qlmselfthough himselfthough
though not than in the government governmentservice govornmentservice govormnentservice
service was sent by the president to totime tothe tothe
the Kiowa country In Oklaboma Oklhhoma a at the thetime thetime
time of that opening to investigate investigatesimilar htvesllgutesimlJar iflvcstigatesimijar
similar ropdrls r p rlS and nn was vas accompanied accompaniedon
on his trip by the mati m l1 who preferred preferredcharges preferredcharges preferredcharges
charges Jointly they examined eX 1ltllned every everyallotment overyaBotment everyallotment
allotment and failed failedto tofind t find a single singleallotment singleaUotment singleallotment
allotment to a dead d mad Indian but on the thecontrary thecontrary tilecontrary
contrary wore met face a < < e to face by byevery b bevery byevery
every Indian who received re eive6 an allot allotment nl1olmont allotmont ¬
mont
Captain Cap afn HalJa HalfRellable HalfRellableCommissioner Hall lIlabJe lIlabJeomnissioflr qble qbleCommlsslG
Commissioner Leupp Leuppmays says sa3s he is con confident eonident 011 011ident ¬
ident the same result r sult wguld follow an aninvestigation anIJ1vesU anIpvestlgation
investigation IJ1vesU atlon at 1l1ntab plntah for Indian IndianAgent Indiangent Indian4geflt
Agent gent Hall a most conscientious and andhonorable andhonorable andhonorable
honorable man has been careful to topreserve topresere topreserve
preserve accurate Hats of his Indians Indiansand Indiansand Indiansand
and would not sanction allotments to toIndians toIndians toIndians
Indians who could notbe not be produced As Asa Asturthfr Asa
a further turthfr furth r testimony to < tb tbHaUs Halls Integrity IntegrityCommissioner IntegrityCommissioner integrityCommissioner
Commissioner Leupp said t1d Hall has re received received received ¬
ceived many requests from senators senatorsand senatorsand senatorsand
and representatives represent tves to permit some of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their friends to go upon the Uintah Uintahreservation Uintahreservation Ijlntahreservation
reservation in n advance of the opening openingfor openlolCor
for some purpose not permitted but buthe buthe buthe
he had firmly though tho gh politely denied deniedevery denIedery deniedeVery
every ery such request renuestCommissioner requestCommlsslon requestCommissionr
Commissioner r Leupp > docs not give giveserious giveserious giveserious
serious consideration to cries that have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been raised rai d that the Mormons are con controlling eontroUlng controllIng ¬
trolling Uintahs lands landsMust landaMust landsMust
Must Be Specific SpecificIf SpccifiIf
If P G Clark makes T1 riutl ICS eh affidavit att1da It or orwrittenstatements Orwrillen orwritten
writtenstatements written statements alleging tiuie1n JtC rn specific in instances instances iiistances ¬
stances or fraud fn fnonn connection co itctidmi cUon with withthe wIththe withthe
the Uintah oponjiig oponng some isom attention attentionmay Ettentlonma attentionmay
may ma be paid to t Ills7 phaffifes tjli u gcli sts or if i any anyresponsible an anresponslhle anyresponsible
responsible person presents facts factswhich factswhhh factsWhich
which warrant investigation they will
HOCH AGAIN AG IN ESCAPES THE HANGMAN HANGMANMan
Man an of Many Wives WivesWas Was to Have H ve Been Executed for the Mur Murfc Murder
fc derof dier ofOne of One ne of ThemTo Them Today TodaySupreme days Supreme re e Court Co rt Will WillReview Willevlew Will1view
Review evlew the Case
I HIC AGO ° Aiug AU > J34 hlJiohafln IIJohannHoch IIJohannHochthe < Dohann Hoch Hochthe
CHICAGO CH 1 the man of many JJi It wives R fitis 6 convicted convictedof covic ed edor
of or o the murd mUlQgD H qf Q qfrone one of them and andunder andunder andunder
under sentence i nt Nce of di d difh eCh fh has escaped escapedthe mcaplithe cap jl jlth
the th gallons g n110 liouu a third tIme Hewas to tohave toh tohave
have h V6 been on hanged hunsedh hSBctontorCQW btiflluottov n V but butorder 1ut1IUJ buturmersedea6
1IUJ urmersedea6 edea6 Wkt5UOtI v 1r suad to todd t Oh itb itborder dtr dtrorder
order of Justice Magruder of the su suDromo suvremo supromo
promo court courtTho courtTho courtThe
Tho justice said that he had care carefully careI curefully ¬
fully full examined the record presented pr sent d by byHochs byHochs byHocks
I
Hochs attorneys and his study of it itsatisfied itsatisfied itsatisfied
satisfied him there was enough doubt doubtto
to Justify a review r vlew of the entire case caseby caSe caSeby caseby
by the supreme court
BIG POWER R PLANT PLA PLANiFOR NT FOR IDAHO TOWNS TOWNSUtah TO INS INSUtah
Utah and Idaho Capitalists CapitalisisPractically Practically Decide on Utilization of ofBlackfoot ofBlackfoot ofBlackfoot
Blackfoot River to Light Blackfoot and Idaho Fails FallsIdeal FallsIdealSite ideal idealSite IdealSite
Site Found byEW by byE EW W WafJe W Wa pe le of Ogden For Plant
Special to Tho ThoHcrald ThoHcraldOGDEN Herald HeraldOGDEN HeraldO
GDN Aug 24 24E iL W Vwad Wade Wadeho Wadehovisited who whovisited thoIslted
OGDEN O visited Blackfoot Idaho Jln Jlncnlty and vi vicinity vielnity ¬
cinity for the th purpose of InspectIng inspect inspecting inspectlug ¬
ing the sites for some proposed power powerenterprises p powerenterprises w r renterprises
enterprises and making a report for forUtali forUtah forutah
Utah capitalists on the same as told toldin toldin toldin
in The Herald of Sunday last returned returnedtoday returnedtoday returnedtoday
today and gives details of one of the theenterprises theenterprises tileentdrprises
enterprises projected proj ted for that locality locality1Mr localityMr
Mr Wade says that a power plant to tocost tocost tocost
cost in the neighborhood of 100000 in ineluding includIng ineluding
eluding all machinery will likely be beinstalled beinstalled beinstalled
installed on a Blackfoot river seventeen seventeenmiles scveteenmiles sevemteenmiles
miles from Blackfoot and an equal die distance dilitance dietance ¬
tance from Idaho Falls The works will willfurnish willfurnish wiilfurnish
furnish abdut ab ut 1000 horse power poweras as at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present projected The Blackfoot river riverruns rIverJuns riverruns
runs through a big rock ravine with withwalls withwalls withuralls
walls from 200 to 300 feet high By Bythe ByI Bythe
the construction of a canal about fif fifteen flfteen f if ifteen ¬
I teen feet in length the water may ma be betaken betalten betaken
taken out and turned into a power powerhouse po powerhouse r rJ ¬
J house to be located on the flat rh t atthe atthemouth at the themouth themouth
mouth of the ravine The construction constructionof constru coristrugon coristrugonof ton tonof
of this canalwill canal uvill be
not expensive expensiyCand expensiyCandfurthermore and andfurthermore andfurthermore
furthermore by the buildingof a series seriesof serfcgof seriesof
of dams along the ravine the capacity capacityof
of the plant may be b greatly increased increasedMr IncreasedMr
Mr tr Wade estimates that foreachforty foreachfortybe for each fbrty fbrtybe ty tybe
be looked into but no attention wjll wjllbe wjllbe VJIlbe
be paid to cheap claptrap put forth fOrth by bypersons bypersons bypersons
persons with a grudge or orJlersons orJlersonswhose persons personswhose personswhose
whose assaults are obviously made n de for forpersonal forpersonal forpersonal
personal or partisan reasons reasonsRAIN reasonsRAiN
1 1I
I I IRAIN I
RAIN FELL IN SHEETS SHEETSTerrific SHEETSITemfic SHEETSTerrific i
Terrific Storm in the Vicinity Vi Iity of ofPrice ofPriceCrops ofPriceCrops
Price PriceCrops Crops Ruined and Bail Bailway Railway Bailway ¬
way Tracks Washed Out OutSpccial OutSpeclill OutSpoelSi
Spccial to The Herald HeraldPrice HeraldPrice HeraldPrice >
Price Auc Au 24 21016 The worst rainstorm rainstormeastern ralntorrnCRaCenl rainstormeasfent
eastern Utah has experienced ex rlenced in a num
bar wf years ears passed over Price and the thecountry thecountry
country surrounding = for several miles milesthis mll mllthis mi1ethis 1
this afternoon the rain falling in sheets sheetsfor shootsfor shtsfor
for oe to two or three hors nt JiCnuJ11qr numer numerous ¬ I Iou
Gus ou r JOln oilns s in Castle a5t1e valley valh The tracks tracksof
of the t e Rio Grande Western Vesternnrc arc areaay waehfeu waehfeuaway Wl th v
away a DiY in a number of places plae to theist theistand the theitand 1 l land
J and weat of Price while the yards and andmain amImain antimain
main track In this town are gone in many
Instances Cellars about town are filled filledwith tUle tUlewith filledwith
with rr ruter > tcr tc har ha I s considerably conslderablydam conslderablydamaged dam damaged dam damaged ¬
aged in the fields and many man cropsruined cropsruinedby crops ruined ruinedby ruinedby
by flood floodGreat floodGreat loodGreat
Great volumes of water havegone downtho down downtho dopntho
tho T price > rlce Jco river but so far as heitrdr he heard rd no norailroad norailroad norailroad
railroad bridges brld cs have gone out Large LargePrice Lar c cI
I forces of section men are working In tHe the thePrice
Price yards urds and It will bo alone alo toward towardmornijiR towardmorning
morning n er1f before 1f trains trains S Sa can a act In and andout andout I
Yni ii1th ii1thare
out several er being tied up u hem If there thereare theteare I Iyot
are losses to livestock liv tok such auchhav hav havdnot havdnotyet Thot Thotyet not
yet been reported reportedBAIL reportedBAIL reportedBAIL =
BAIL REDUCEPJTO REDUCEETO 10000 1OOOOSaratoga 10000Snratoga 10000Saratoga
Saratoga N Y Aug 24 24Freder 24FrcdezitkA Frederick FrederickA tt ttPeckham
A Peckham who was as arrested arres edJ1CJ edJ1CJyeslcrdaY here hereyesterday hercyesterday
yesterday In connection onne tlon with jfl the cotton cottonreports cottonreports cottonreports
reports scandal In the department departmentoagrIculture of ofagriculture ofagriculture
agriculture and who jhO spentlast spent last night nightIn eightIn
In jail In > defaultof default of 12000 ball was wasagain wasagain lyasagain
again arraigned d today HI His counsel counselargued c counselargued unsel unselargued
argued that the bail wasexccssAv Wa wa exce exccss1aud exccss1audtlul t tuid tuidthis
this t11I afternoon the th e amount amountat v ffifiTd Se Seat i iat j
at J1000Q which Mr Peckhiuri Peckl ni t fi fur furnlshect r rnished v vnishcd
nishcd 1
The case will come come up at the October Octoberterm Oetobertcm Octoberterm
term of the court courtat at Springfield Ill 111Hoch IllHoell IllHock
Hock has been confident that the thesentence thes thesentence
sentence s nten e of hanging would not be in inflicted infUcted inflicted ¬
flicted He had little to say sa when in informed Inf9rmed Infprnucd ¬
formed of the actien of the Justice JusticeJailer ju juticeJailer tlce tlceJ
Jailer J lcr Whqatrnon Yh mqn suijiit sutd t was the first Tirattlm IirsttWJl firstin1mt
tlm tWJl in in1115 in1mt ill experience ExperiEUteetbat that priebner aprlebnerna a priebnerIit
11 na Iit 1 SxhiBFied no concern about his fate fatethe fatcth fatethe
the th day da previous to the execution executionHodi executionHoch t tHoch
Hoch was ns smoking smokh g a cigar when told toldof toldor toldof
of the th quo issuance of the writ writI writIam
I Iam am not guilty of this horrible mur murderj murd murder
derj d he h said and now I will have the tlieopportunity theopportunity theopportunity
opportunity of proving myself inno innocent Inn Inncent inncent ¬
cent before the highest court in the thestate thestate thestate
state I never felt that I would go to tothe tothe tothe
the gallows I may be guilty of other othercrimes othercrlm othercrImes
crimes crlm s but never of that murder
feet et in height of dams constructed the theqapacity theqapacity theqapacity
qapacity of the e plant would be In Increased 1 1cr increased ¬
creased cr ased 1000 horse power The enter enterprise enterprise enterprise ¬
prise Is projected for the furnishing furni hing of ofelectric ofelectric ofelectric
electric lighting and power for the thetbwns thetowns thetclsvns
towns of Idaho Falls andBlackfoot and Blackfoot and andthe andthe andthe
the intervening country It is esti estimated estiated estimated ¬
mated ated that for the present the 1000 1000horse IOOOhorse 1000horse
horse power which may be generated generatedwithout generatedIthout generatedwithout
without the construction of dams will willsuffice willsu uvilisuUice
suffice su ffce and that the enlargement will willdepend villdepend ill illdepend
depend on finding a market for addi additional additional additional ¬
tional electrical energy energyMr energlItlr energyMr
Mr Wade says the enterprise has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been already launched in Idaho the theIdaho theIdaho theIdaho
Idaho capitalists c being led by b < Chris Christian ChrisUan Christian ¬
tian Just of Blackfoot He intimated intimatedthat Intimatedthat intimatedthat
that his report to the Utah men would wouldbe wouldhe wouldbe
be favorable but declined to state at atthis atthis atthis
this timfe tlm who ate the th Utah men w wpom wpomhe wuom wuomhe iom iomhe
he represented He stated that the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Light and Railway RaUwa company compQl1however
however of which he Is the Ogden rep representative representative repr ¬
resentative r had nothing to do with withsending withsending withliending
sending him to tomake make the Investigations Investigationsand
and that conjpapy will not so far as ashe ash ashe
he h knows have anything to do with withthe withthe withthe
the new enterprise enterpriseHe
He Investigated other power sites sitesJtnd sitesnd sitesmInd
mInd nd enterprises but had nothing definite def definite defmite ¬
inite to say regarding any of them themWORKMEN themJ themWORKMEN
WORKMEN WARNED OF OFIMPENDING OFIMPENDING OF OFIMPENDING J
IMPENDING DISASTER DISASTERAlbany
Albany N Tf Aug 24 24The The coroners coronersexamination ecronersexamination
examination of workmen who were weredjgging weredjgging
djgging a cellar under the Meyers de department department tiepartment
partment store at the time of its col collapse colJ1pse cotlapse ¬
lapse recently recentJ shows that the men menwone menWOlie menuvomle
wone warned of the Impending disaster disasternearly disaster11ol1ly disasternparly
nearly an hour before the structure structurefpll structuref structurefpil
fpll f 1l and killed thirteen persons When Whenit
it was noticed that the earth was wascrumbling wascrumbling wascrumbling
crumbling from two of the big piers piersin
in the cellar the whole force was put to towork towork towork
work to brace the piers The men con conUnued conI conUauedtlieir
Unued qltued Uauedtlieir their work till the last l t minute minutewhen minutewhen minuteuuhen
I when realizing that their efforts were wereuseless wereuseless wereuseless
I useless they rushed out All escaped escapedvjninjured escapednlnjured escapedllninjured
vjninjured but Foreman Mitchell who whoYQs whowa
J wa yas caught and badly bruised bruisedAUTO brufscdAUTO bruisedAUTO
AUTO ACCIDENT ACCIDENTNew
New York Aug 24 24Two Two men and andtwo andt andbvo
two t 0 women were badly hurt early to today toy today ¬
day y In a collision coUlsi n between be tween a trolley tr ney ear earIn car carIn caritt
In Brooklyn and an automobile return returning returning returning
ing from Bergen Beach Both women womenand womenlnd womenand
and one onedt d c the men may die The in injured injured i ijured ¬
jured are areMiss areiUss arcdlss
Miss Emma Judge Miss Agnes Rice RiceOtto RiceOtto RiceOtto
Otto Novls Frank Brown owner of the themotor th thmotor themotor
motor car One of the women sus sustained sus sustained sustrtined ¬
tained a fractured skull whilethe other otherwas otherts otherwas
was ts Injured Internally intet 1ally Brown is so sobadly sobadly s sbadly
badly hurt that he could not be b re removed removed removed ¬
moved from the scene of the acci accident accident ned neddent ¬
dent
1
WAGGAMAN GAVE BAIL BAILWashington BAILWashington BAILWashington
Washington Aug ug24Thomas 24 24Thoznas Thomas E Ei EVaggilt EVzggmnan
i Waggainan Vaggilt Uln under indictment Indlctimenttor for em emi em3zzlement
3zzlement > 9RI ment appeared hi i the office of oftheVtihIef ortluH offheidhlef
1 tluH theVtihIef hler of orUle the irjminal court today todayand todayand todayand
and gave bond In the sum of 56000 6000 for forlilii lorh1s forhis
his appearance in court
BOISE GETS THE THENEXT THENEXT THENEXT
NEXT MEETING MEETINGIrrigafaoit MEETINGIn MEETINGIrrigatrioil
Irrigafaoit In gatioIl Congress CongressJlolds Holds Its Second SecondGeneral SecondGe SecondGeneral
erai Session SessionMXSON f fi
> General Ge Session SessionHOLDS >
i l lMA
MA MXSON < t O Jl HOLDS HOIIS S HIS PLACE PLACERESOLUTIONS PLAGERE PLACERESOLUTIONS
1 1FIERC
RE RESOLUTIONS O UTI NS iD ADQPTED PTED AFTER AFTERFIERCE AFTERFIERCE
FIERCE DEBATE DEBATEjORTLAND b DEBATEflORTLAND BATE BATEORTLA
I jORTLAND ORTLA D Ore Or Aug 24 24Afte 24Afterr After Aftertwo
ptwo r two days d Ys devoted dcvot to deliberating deliberatingIn delibedting
In J1 sections sectlonsth the tlutiniltional national Irrigation Irrigationcongieas IrrigationconS1e irrigationcongress
congress conS1e s assembled a5 embl d in i general session sessiontoday sessiontod sessiontoday
today tod y for the he secondland aecond and last la t time UmeBefore timeBefore timeBefOre
Before the consideration of the html business buslnes htmlness ¬
ness nes of the congress orlITe J the submission Qf Qfrepqrta Q QrepQrt9 atreports
reports election eleoti n of officers and andselect andselecting selecting select selecting ¬
ing next lle t years ears n eQUng e Ung pla pl e Wit WllIfam Wit11am William ¬
liam B Curtis Curtisof of Chicago C lcago made an ad address address address ¬
dress on the subject t of Irrigation in inIndia inIndia inIndia
India IndiaMr India1r IndiaMr
Mr 1r Curtis paper was a highly in interpsUng inter inter
terpsUng ter ter s stlng ng description deoorlp on of bC the irrigation irrigationprojects irrigationpro irrigationproSects
projects pro ecs Instituted by b the British gov government governmentln goverumont ¬
ernment ernmentln in order order to do away with withiammearising withCamhe withfamHe
iammearising Camhe arising from droughts in India Indiaand Indiaand Indiaand
and elseAvhere elseAvhereLetter elsehereLetter elseuthereLetter
Letter From J J Hill HillMr HillMr HillMr
Mr Curtis urti paper was followed by bythe bythe bythe
the reading of a letter to the congress congressfrom congr congressfrom ss ssfrom
from President James JHitt J WU of the theGVcatNorthern theGrCat
GVcatNorthern GrcatNort GrCat Northern erri railwayand railway and the sub submitting l submittlng > Ub Ubmifting ¬
mitting of o committee reports reportsMr reportsMr reportsMr
Mr Hills lettertothe letter tQthe congress congr was wasread W WaSread 9 9read
read by 1 > y E W Eberlin of Snn Fran Frsnciscoi Prflncisco Franclseo
cisco Svho vhowaslntroduc vlm was introduced d by Governor GovernorPardee Gover GovernorPardee or orPardee
Pardee of California to the congress congressGovernor conre5sGoernor congressGovernor
Governor Pardee said that Mr tr Hill Hillwas H1I1wasunable 11111wasunable
was wasunable unable to appear before che he con congress con4grcssin congross ¬
gross grcssin in nerson owing to the serious seriousillness seriousUlness seriousIl1ess
illness of Mrs Hill HillOfficers HillOfficers HiltOfficers
Officers Selected SelectedChairman SelectedChairman SelectedChairman
Chairman George E > Barstow pre presented prosented 1e 1esented ¬
sented the report of the nomination nominationcommftteerecommendlns nominationcommittee j jcommitteerecorrunending
committeerecorrunending committee recommeriduit the follovlng follovlngoffioerfi followinof follotvingofficers <
officers of leers for the ensuing year yearGovernor yearGoverEor ear earGover
Governor Gover o George G rge C Pardee Califor Californiapresident Calif California r rniaDresldent ¬
niapresident niapresidentL nia president presidentL
L W Shurtliff Utah first vicepres vicepresiaent viceprfSi viceprosident
iaent iaentJ i ent entT
J H Stephens Texas second vice vicepresident vlcepr vicepresident
president presidentE pr sident sidentEL
E EL L Smith Oregon third thlrdice vicepresi vicepresident viceproddent prefi prefident ¬
dent dentH dentHB H HB B MaxsonJCevada lIaxson Nevada secretary secretaryIssue secret secretIssue secretaryIssue
Issue was made over o r the selection of ofMaxon ofIaxon ofMaxon
Maxon as secretary by b F J 5KIesal of ofOgden ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden on personal peISon t grounds tToun s and the thecongress thecongress thecongress
congress referred the report luutk ba < k to tothe tothe tothe
the committee with instructions that it itendeavor Itendeavor Itendeavor
endeavor to agree on a nomination tor torsecretary fursecretary torsecretary
secretary
C Boise Gets Congress CongressWhen Congr CongrtsSWhen s
When When the matter m matterof t r of i selecting selectng a meet meeting me meeting t tplace ¬
ing place for the thentxt next session came camebefore entuebefore eltiliebefore
before the congress cordial crdial invitations invitationswere mllttons mllttonswere
were tendered tend red by Chicago Rismt Risn t tBoise n nN
N D Dnver SPQ Spacapp Waslk Was at amill amillBoise
Boise Idaho Chteago9 Ch1ago al 1 a Invn Invnwas InUaton InUatonwa invitaTion invitaTionwas
was wa not not seconded sec ed and both b th BismarcK BismarcKo Bisarc Bisarcand BisnuarcandSppkabe
and andSppkabe Sppk e w were < r lth ithjraWv1ittOr ithjraWv1ittOrof ta
o of Bolse oIse Admlretrs Admle of of f the ttfp t 9 cqn cqntesting c9 c9tetn eqntesting
testing cities voiced voice the in merits rit rits of ofAfer eajih eajihAfter eaehAfter
tetn ctes
After Afer over an hour of oratory Den Denver Denrwihdre Denver ¬
ver rwihdre withdrew and Boise alone in the thefied thpfie1d thefield
field was wa a named as the convention conventioncity conventon conventonclfor conventionCity
city clfor for 190e 190eBitter 190 1906Bitter
Bitter Controversy ControversyThe
The smoldering smolderir contest contet which whih has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
the con congress cciigress ¬
been evident since the day COI COIgrcs
gress convened co vened between bete n the small sl laud laudowner laudowner landowner
grcs owner and nd large landed proprietors proprietorsbroke proprietor proprietorsbroke
I broke forth lar fiercely frcely simultaneously simultaneous4ywlth imultneusy imultneusywith
with th the reading radinl of the te report reprt of the thecommittee thectmmitee thecommittee
committee ctmmitee on resolutions reslutons A motion moton to toadopt toadopt toadopt
adopt the report was followed folowed by the theintroduction theIntroducton theintroduction
introduction Introducton of an amendment aendment to a ran resolution re reoluton ranolution ¬
olution oluton endorsing the present reciam reciammation recam recammaton reciammutton
erdorslng those provisions provisionswhich provisionswhich
mutton law especially cspeiaJythose provision provisionwh
maton
which wh ch afforded atorded an n opportunity opportunit for forhome forhome forhome
home making m kng This amendment advo advocated advo advocate advocated ¬
cated a repeal of that portion porton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
cate the national natonal irrigation irigton law which whichcompels whichcompels whichcompels
compels the disposal diposal of any an r acre acreag acre acreag I Ias
ag in excess ecess of 160 acres acres in the thepossession thepossssloJ thepossessiop
possession possssloJ of one land holder The mo motion moton metion ¬
tion was bitterly attacked attcked by b the sup supporters supporters supporters ¬
porters ton of the small smalland land holders and andafter andafter
after afer a spirited spirie debate ebte the amendment amendmentwas I
was defeated and the report was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted as presented In substance substancethe substancethereno1utt
the theTeolutons thereno1utt follow resolutions ns adopted by the congressfollow congress congressfollow onge t
The Resolutions ResolutionsEndorsement Resolutons ResolutionsEnd I
Endorsement Endorsment End reement of o statehood for the theterritory theterrion theterritojy
territory terrion of New Mexico IeIco and joint jQlntstatehood jqintstatehood f fstatehood
statehood for Oklahoma and Indian IndianTerritory IndianerIt IndIanTerritory
Territory erIt 1 The Tnt congress believes that thattoo hat hattoo hat hatto
too to much capital public publc and private privatecannot privatecannot privatecannot
cannot be Invested in the reclamation reclamationof recJamaIon recJamaIonof
of arid lands and therefore declares declaresthat declaresthat declaresthat I
that government as a well as private privateenterprises privateenterprises privateenterprises
enterprises should both be extended extendedto
to the utmost and believes belees that gov government goverument o oernment ¬
ernment enterprise entrrise should not unnec unnecessarily unnecessariY untiesessarily ¬
essarily essariY interfere with wih private enter enterprise enterprse enterprise
prise prse from building buiding reservoirs reseroirs and other otherworks otherworM otherworks
works fpr reclaiming n Caiming arid lands landsIn landsIn landsIn
In order to encourage encourale beet bet sugar sugarproduction sugarproduction
production producton in the United nie States the thecongress theconge thecongrets
congress conge 5 asserts its it opposition oppositon to tne tnegranting tnegraTUng tnegrapting
granting graTUng of further furher concessions concesions to t trop tropical trp trpical tropIcal ¬
ical islands Island The resolution r oluUon advocates advocatesfederal advocatesfedeJal advocatesfederal
federal legislation legislaton in behalf of the in industry Indusry industry ¬
dustry It I is the the opinion of the th con congress conIr congrs ¬
gress Ir that the national natonal irrigation frrgaton law lawshould lawsholtd lawshould
should sholtd be so extended extonded as to include includethe Jneludethe includethe
the state of 0 + Texas within its is provi provisions provlsions prey1slons
sions
No Connection ConnectionAs ConnectionAs
As As confusion conrm IQn is said sid to exist in the theminds theminds theminds
minds of many people Jeopl peol on the subject subjectthe sUbjectth subjectthe
the th congress cnsr eunresades1ares sdelares declares that tat there is not notnor notnor notnor
nor has ha there been any connection connectionwhatever connecton connectonwhat connectionwhatever
whatever what ver between betw en the National NaUonal Irriga Irrigation Irrig Irrigatioii ¬
tion pongjress mgr 9 and JJd the National Nat nal Irrigar Irrigartion Irrigation
tion ton association associaton It I announces nnoutces nnou ces that no noperson nopersqn noperson
person or or company C9q al is authorized authorzed to tocollect tocol tocoi1ct
collect col ct money in inbehal behalf of the con congress congress congross ¬
gress gressThe grossThe
The congress eongres also aIS f favors the early earlyreclamation erb erbreclap1aton earlyreclamation
reclamation reclap1aton of small smal tracts tract of land landwheriever landwherever landwhenever
whenever wherever the cost per acre of reclama reclamation reclama reclamaton reclamation ¬
tion ton does not exceeS xc e the cost per acre acreof acreof acreof
of larger enterprises enterprlrs of similar simiar charac character charalter character <
ter The federal feertI congress c ngess te i urged ured to toenact toenact toenact
enact such laws as will enable the na national natonalgovernmeht iiational ¬
tional tonalgovernmeht government to exercise e ercls the th rights rightsof
of eminent domain when necessary neceary to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry out the purposes purpose of the national nationalirrigation naUonarrigaton nationajirrigation
irrigation rrigaton law The congress endoipes endozes endozesthe i ithe
endoIcs endoIcsthe
the effective efetve aojd ld mud businesslike businesslkeadm1h businesslkeadm1histration admin administration admmh admmhistration ¬
istration of the te forestry bureau the theefficiency theefclenc theefficiency
efficiency efclenc of the work of the reclama reclamaton reclamaton reclamaton
ton service but recpmmends recpmlends that tat the thereclamation te tereclamaton thereclamation
reclamation reclamaton servJce and its it representa representative ¬
tive tve cooperate wih with state stt officers ofcer in1 in1matters in inmaters himatters
matters maters affecting afectngthe the states landed in interests inteet interests ¬
terests teet Tjhe he resolutiqns re91utQns commend the thework thework
work of the periment stations slUons of the thedepartment thede1artntent thedepartment
department de1artntent of agriculture agiculture and the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States State weather we ter bureau for its itsassistance itsasistance itsassistance
assistance asistance to the reclamation relamaton service servicePresent servicePresent servicePresent
Present Law Endorsed EndorsedThe Eodorsed EodorsedThe EndorsedThe
The congress c sress expresses epreses a high ap appreciation appleclaton appredation ¬
predation pleclaton of othe the present Iresent national natonalrrJ natonalrrJgato irri irrigation Irrigation ¬
gation gato law In commending especially its itsbeneficent itsbenefdent ItsbenefiCent
beneficent benefdent provisions prvisions far Qr home ho e making makingand makingand makingand
and urges the speedy completion completon of the thepresent thepreent thepresent
present preent government gvernment projects now un under under tintier ¬
der construction constructionIn constrcton constrctonIn
In order to remedy the unsatisfactory unsatisfactorythe unsatisfactoryprovI1j
pro provI1j 1 of t theEcoatution i UUon of the thecqI the theIt
cqI r u It t tq cnduct cnductIt tqnduet tqnduetits
It its d11b tie fM 1 tO S 9I rona meeting inoetingum inoetingumthe
the constitution CQnsttuUon was fJ a amended F n J as to toprovide toprovide toprovide
provide of for a a general Generai session eaih eat Ii day daYof
LARGEST CROWD CROWDDURING CROWDDURING CROWDDURING
DURING THE THEFA B BUtah + liR liRUth R RUtah
Utah Uth Day Celebratedt C Ce1ebrated le ta ai aiQlark aiIiewis 1Ms and andOlark d dU
Qlark U k Exposition ExpositionCHEERS Eo ExpositionCHEERS n nCHEERS
CHEERS FOR OGDEN OGDENUTAH GpEN CH CHOIE CHOIEUTAH lif lifUTAH
UTAH VISITORS PROUD OF THEIR THEIRSUCCESS THEIRSUCCESS
OFTtEI OFTtEISJCCESS
SUCCESS SUCCESSSpecial SUCCESStt
SJCCESS SJCCESSt
t
Special Spea to Tho Herald HeraldORTLAXD Herad HeradpORTLA HeraidflORTLAND
flORTLAND ORTLAXD Ore Ore Aug 24 24celebration 24Utmeh 24UtmehI Ut
pORTLA I score scored a brilliant rlant scc succea In t tcelebraton teeIebration
celebration celebraton of Utah Uth Day Dayexposition mt t tb tbexposition tbcIositon
exposition cIositon today President Pridft H H HGoode W WGoode V VGode
Gode Goode In his address addre of wecme wecmethat welcome said saidthat na4dthat
that the crowd that assembled aeble in i the thiUtah thi thiUtah theUtah
Utah building was the largest Jrget rgest Lane Lanemost and andmost andmost
most onthusiastic ontusiastc that that had asaernbljj as aseqxnbltIn tb tbIn l lin
in any state stte statebuilding building buiding since the opening openingof oxeo oxeoof openinguof
of the fair The greatest gretet single factor factorhe f r rhe
he said si in making the fair fa a au auwas c coee coeewas
was wa the te visit Vis t of the Ogden choir choirBuilding cholrBuilding choirBuilding
Building Was Crowded CrowdedThe CrowdedThe CrowdedThe
The Utah Ut building buiding was Wa the t e center contarattraction c nto e el elattraction
attraction atrcton for the exposition exposIton duriOK duriOKthe duri durIgthe
the entireday entre entire da day During the te exercises exercisesin oCorISe 0 0In
in the afternoon aferoon every ever inch of stand standing stnd stnding standing ¬
ing space was taken tken Governor GovernorGerSt George GeorgeE
E Chamberlain Ch berla1n of ot Oregon eulogizifl eulozt eulogizt4Utah eulogiziflUtah
Utah Uth and and her people peple as a did also ats Preai Preaid Pre
d dqnt < jnt mtt Goode Goe and Governor Govonor Cutler Cuter Con Congrpssman C Congissman
grpssman Howell and Judge H R HBooth iff iffBooth
Booth g9sman told of what Utah Uth had ha don donand done doneand doneand
and is doing to advance the cause CUle oC oCcivilization orelvUzaton ofcivilization
civilization elvUzaton in the west westCheers wet wetCheers westCheers
Cheers for Ogden Choir ChoirThe ChoirTe Choirrho
The Te exercises were brief M L I ICunningham B P PCunningham
Cunningham of The Herald Herld acted abted abtedmster RB RBmaster tin tinmaster
master mster oi o ceremonies After Afer numbars numbarsby numbar6by
by the Tenth regiment band the Ogden OgdOUchoir OSd OSdchoir Ogdenchoir
choir grouped in one end of the bal balcony b halcony ¬
cony co y sang sng In a 8 manner to bring brng cheers cheersfrom cheer cheersfrom
from all al sides ses of the building buiding and there therewere therewere thereuvere
were many who could not gain gwn admit admittance admi admittariee ¬
tance taIe President Goode in his speech speechof sve sveof
of welcome ecome spoke highly of the he Utaexhibit u ue Uta L1taexhibit
exhibit e hiblt and the energy energ shown shown by 4mha 4mhapeople foh fohpeople t
people of the state stte in erecting erectnG th thbuilding t the thebuIlding
building buiding and ad installing instlng the exhibit extlbt Hfe Hfemade H Hemade
made the Utah Uta visitors visiors feel ree welcome weieomeby weme wemeby
by the hearty hert manner mane in which h hspoke b he hespoke
spoke Governor Gveror Chamberlain n of Ore Oregon Or Orgon Oregon ¬
gon followed Colowed In a similar simiar vein el sp spk spak spaklog alo aloing
ing words of praise for the state statethe t and andthe c
the exhibit ehibIt made madeCutlers made madeCuters madeCutlers
Cutlers Cuters Response ResponseGovernor ResponseGovernor esponse esponseGov
Gov Governor mor Cutler Cuter spoke at some smelength smelengthIn length lengthin
in response repns He was also as highly pleased pleasedwith plea pleesedwith
with wit the exhibit eibit and the te splendid fed fedIng feellug e
lug In of good fellowship felowship expressed expresse on all allaides l 11 11aides
aides le He told of what the people lcop of ofthe C ofthe
the state are doing in the th line lne of min mining m mm mmtag ¬
ing agriculture agriculture manufacturing manuacturingcdte ed edaea edaeation ea eation
tion ton and nd art at He was heartily lerUly cheered cheeredCongressman chere cheeredCongresman
Congressman Congrezsma Howell Howel told of Qf thb t1 thtuvork thtuvorkf wotk wotkpioleer work workof
of f pioneers pioleer of Oregon Oregn Utahi Utah tah and tl tlother t th thuilto °
other w astfaan statast s staten t ta d what tt ttbaa ftT ftThad 7 7h
had h a done one westM to conquer cnquer the wiiderr wllderni wilderrnd wilderrndwhy BB < 1 1why
why there tbep should be b a a bond bnd of ofbetween f u ut i > u ubetween
between aU western alatee at miZatsJudgJI 4 I Ildg
btwe
JudgitJB ldg E Booth Both H spoke spokekiln bprarv bprarvng ontol ontolx11ng
x11ng ng his hi great get olaasura DI u t th9 th9ln thOshbwlng h hsKtuwing1
sKtuwing1 ln made at Portland Portnd by hi hl8ttt hl8tttMusic htwState htwStateMusic State StateMusic
Music Exceptionally ExceptonaUy FineThe Fine FineThe FineThe
The programme proaune was interspersed Interrs ky kynumbers b bnumbers
numbers number from the choir which whichrounds WOjB WOjBrounds WO WOrounds
rounds of applause each time tme not only oidyby ony onyby onlyby
by its It exceptionally exceptonaly fine fne singing surlnr hot hotby batby butby
by its it readiness readines to respond respnd on all allcasions 1 QJD QJDcasions 0
casions Prof John J McClellan wn wnnew We wonnew
new laurels in his hi accmp9 accompamentamma accompajimonts accompajimontsEmma mont
Emma Em mma Lucy LUC Gates Gat who has captivated captivatedall cPthate ca tivated tivatedall
all l Portland Prtand with wih her singing snlinl was w un unable UDable Unable ¬
able to appear apper because b use of the unusual unusualdemands u unusu unusudemands
demands demtnds made upon her since her h hCrM hCrMrival rJ Ar Arrival ¬
rival r1al Erof Willard W ard Weihe charmed chre idi idiby W U Uby
by his h playing on the violin violinHospitality violinHospitaLity ioln iolnHospitaly
Hospitality Hospitaly Made a Hit HitAt HitAt HitAt
At the close co of the programme prognune a a Ibte lt lewas Ibtewas
was formed with wih Governor Gvernor and ad Mr MrCutler Mr Mrs MrsCutler
Cutler Cuter Congressman Con essman and andMr5H Mrs Howell Howelimembers Howellmembers wel
members member of governors staff sta Cemnais Cemnaisioner Col Coiulsloner
loner W P 1 Fishburn and wife wife 8 d dWeb dWeb
Web Greene and wife Commi CommiSp Commlseloper CommlseloperKuckier < s0fener s0fenerKuckler
Kuckler and other prominent prminent visitor visitorfrom vlsitormcorn 1511
from trm corn Utah and for or an hour the the friend friendof trleos trleosof friendaof
of the state filed CUe past pat Ice cream ceam cake cakepunch ck cakepunch f fpunch
punch and Dixie fruit was wa served seMe with without wit without ¬
out stint tint to all who entered etere the build building buD balMing ¬
ing ins This Ti hospitality hospitlty made a a hit llt and a andit andituvas i it itwas
was freely said sid on all al sides that in flt the tliematter thematter
matter mater of entertainment entelainmet Utah Uth had out outdone Ott Ottdone oatdone ¬
done every ever state that had thus tus far fr un undertaken underken usdertaken ¬
dertaken derken it I The building buiding was 5 crowded crowdedto erwde
to the doors to alate a late hour and andof bet jofof betof
of good feeling feelng prevailed previed everywhere everywhereAn everywh everywhAn
An honor reception recepton committee of ftfty ftftyprominent ff liftyprominent
prominent Utah Ut men and women 9men did didmuch dldmuch didmuch
much to make the day a success successElaborate succ successElaborate
Elaborate Dinner DinnerIn
In the evening President HL H W WGoode WGoode WGoode
Goode and other ote members of the ad administratiofh admlnistrto edministratidh
ministratiofh mlnistrto and their wives who entefc entefctained ente ente entetamed
tamed taine Governor Cutler Cuter and his hispar hisparincluding partly partlyincluding part0including
including the commissioners connlsslonel and thrw1es theirwires their theirwives
wives w1es at the New York building buiding a a at oa one oneof OB OBof
of the most elaborate elaborte dinners dlnna of ot tl t tseason s sseason
season Sixty Sixt sat down to the table tableAt t tabieAt ble bleAt
At the the close of the dinner which lasted lastedtwo laste lastedtwo
two hours the whole whole party pa embarked embarkedin
in electric electrc launches launche on Guilds s lake lakeand lake lakeand
and witnessed the naval battle battethe the JaM JaMof faMof
nava f
of Santiago Santago a magnificent magifcent spectack spectackThe spectC apeetaelThe
The whole day da from opening to close closewas ol closewas e
was voted oteda a success successUogan succes succesogan successLogan
Logan ogan Day DayToday DayTod DayTodiy
Today Tod is Logan Lg day President Presid nt Kerr Kanrof X Xor Kerrof
of the Agricultural Agricultral college and Con Congressman CQI Ccssgrossman ¬
grossman gr sman Howell Howel will wU be the pririci prnllih prnllihspeakers ain ainsp l lspeakers
speakers sp aker and the administration ba bawill H Hwill
anlstatl ba
will wi furnish most of the rmisfl mus musH rnusfunit Tfij Tfijwill
will H close the special specal Utah Uth eventk event events eventsernor Gb Gonor > j jernor
ernor nor Cutler Cuter and his party paty and the thecommissioners t thincommissIoners
commissioners ommissioner will wil leave forhome for hOme i id us a aday adty
day d or two The Salt Sat Lake Lke oouQell oouQellmanic epueI1manic u n nmani
mani manic party prt will Tl leave l ave in the mprzang mprzangThey mQrnng mQrnngThpy mqilifngThey
They will stop fine day in Boise B Ise and andexpect kudexpect d
expect expE > ct to reach home Sunday StInda morn morning mornInS morntog ¬
tog InS 0
CHOLERA IN MANILA MANILAManila MANILAlauln MANILAManiia
+ + Manila lauln Aug 25 2An 25An An outbreak ot rek of atcholera C +
4 cholera choler in Manilahas Mania ha been reported rporiedI reportedIt +
+ I It Is thought that i It is due to green greenvegetables +
geq geqvesetable
4 + + vegetables vesetable from Hongkolg Hongkogg Yeatar Yetor Yestorday + +
4 + + day two soldiers soldier died at Camp Me Me M 4
4 Kinley which whle is now quarantined quatno + f
4 + 4 In the city cty several natives natve5 and ad one oneAmerican ODeAmercn + 4
4 American Amercn woman have died cled The Thef Theurleons Thenurgeons +
+ f surgeons of the board of health state sttc sttcthat statethat f
4 + that the thp disease diseae is not serious serous and andthat andthat andthat +
+ that heroic efforts will wU be made to toplace 4 4
4 4 place It I under control controlduring contro1 +
+ 44 t 4 + + + + + + + + 4444 4444during + + + + + + + + + t tduring +
during the convention conventon of the congress congressbut cong congressbut s sbut
but the congress may if I it i deemsbest deemsbestalso dcasbest dcasbestal
also al conduct sectional sectonal meetings meetingsMaxsbn meetn meetnMaxsbn meetingsMaxsbn
Maxsbn for f r Secretary SecretaryThe
The chairman of the te nomination nominationcommittee nominationcmmittee nominationcommittee
committee cmmittee to which whl h was wa referred r errd the thematter te temater thematter
matter mater of the te selection selecton of a a nominee nomineefor nomineefr
for a secretary scretr announced that his hisoommUtee hisoommlttee hisqommittee
fr oommUtee had od finally fnalYUIaiifously fnalYUIaiifouslyattempt unanimously unanimouslyattempt unarthuoualyattempt
attempt to defeat Mr r Maxsoh Maon w mu nip nipattempt nipa nipattempt
attempt a to defeat MrMason Mr r Maxon was waS nip nipped nipped nipped ¬
ped in the te bud and Dnd the committees committeesreport committeesr committeesreport
report r port as a submitted submite was adgpte aqted ad9ptoThe d dThe
The reports of the chairmen of the thedifferent te tedlfTqret thedifferent
different dlfTqret sections SE e > Uon tions were nere jgubmitt ubnittd and Tandwith andwith d dWIthw1
with WIthw1 an a expression E > r Siol of gratitude b ubmltti Ud e 1 tg tothe tothe41tlzege the the6itlzejuj te teliZ
6itlzejuj liZ W of Ogden Ogen who whoiflihi 9iukJR 9iukJRjftfe J jftfe jftfeannual
11 iflihi l uolr r of S5 S5honor 5 VOICCs
honor of te the congreatue nge 1thThteetUh 1thThteetUhannual f r i1
annual session s 31on became an f an event ecnt of the thepast te teIast thepast
past Iast

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