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Notorious Editor and nd Politician PoliticianIs
Is to Be Honored by the theSmoot theSmoot theSmoot
Smoot Machine MachineSLATED MachineSLATED MachineSLATED
Bill Giasraann proprietor of ofbleheaded a II dou doubleheaded doubleheaded ¬
bleheaded newspaper at Ogden standing standingcandidate standiDcandidate standingcandidate
candidate for anything from United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senator to constable and a firm firmbeliever firmbeliever firmbeliever
believer in the single gold standard for all alltransactions aUtransactions alltransactions
transactions public and private is isto isto Isto
to receive the indorsement of the Utah Utahcongressional Utahongressional Utahcongressional
congressional delegation for the Ogden Ogdenpostmastership Ogden05tm Ogdenpostmastership
postmastership > 05tm tershlp according to reliable re report reJ report ¬
port J > ort ortrtes
Messrs rtes rs Smoot Sutherland Suth rland and Howell Howellit
it is said feel that Utah can stand standanything standanything stamianything
anything and for that reason it is said saidhave saJdhave saidhave
have determined to inflict Glasmann on onthe onthe onthe
the people of Ogden in an official capac capacity capacity capacity ¬
ity once more The appointment is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected to be announced before the present presentsessfon presentsession presentsenston
session of congress adjourns adjournsTo adjournsTo adjournsTo
To Punish Ogden People PeopleOne PeopleOne PeopleOne
One of the leading Smoot adherents wa waasked waasked was wasasked
asked yesterday why Glasmann had been beendetermined beendetermined beendetermined
determined upon as the man for the Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den postofflce postofflceDoesnt po poetofficeDoesnt toffice tofficeDoesnt
Doesnt Senator Smoot know hes the themost themost themost
most unpopular man in Ogden wag wagasked wasasked 8S 8Sasked
asked askedWell Well I dont know about that was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the reply Hes been elected mayor up upthere upthere upthere
there a couple of times timesThen tilnesThen tImesThen
Then do you OU propose to punish the thepeople t tpeople thepeople
people of Ogden for electing him mayor mayorwas mayorWas mayorWas
was the next query queryWell queryWell queryWeII
Well you might put it in that way ay if ifyou ifyou Ifyou
you want to was WB the t sardonic answer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the man man who holds Glasmann Gla mann in the same samepersonal samepersonal samepersonal
personal esteem as do the rest of the pee people pe0ple peepie ¬
ple of Utah UtahBill UtahBill UtahBill
Bill Is a Perennial PerennialBill
Bill Glasmann is a perennial candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date for office He has had a remarkable remarkablerun
run of luck and the people of his own owntown owntown owntown
town have heaped political honors upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him In 1901 they sent him to the lower lowerhouse 10Yoerhouse ower owerhouse
house of the legislature 1egi l8tlre Luck was as with withhim withhim withhim
him and he was elected speaker speakerGoing speakerGoing speakerGoing
Going home he was as twice elected el ted mayor mayorLast maorLast mayorLast
Last spring when municipal upheavals upheavalscaused upheayalscaused upheavalscaused
caused charges to be made in the courts courtsagainst courtsagainst courtsagainst
against some of his henchmen it was wasthought wasthought wasthought
thought that his political prestige was wasover wasover wasover
over but the determination of the con congressional congressional congressional ¬
gressional delegation to make him post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master shows that they think he still stillhas stillhas stillhas
has power to deliver the goods from fromWeber fromeber fromWeber
Weber eber county countyThe countyThe countyThe
The people of Weber county have havecussed havecussed havecussed
cussed Glasmann up hill and down dale daleThen daleThen daleThen
Then they the turned over their delegations delegationsto
to Republican state convention to him himand himand himand
and be has voted them as he wished wishedeither wishedeither 1 shed shedeither
either for himself or for somebody else elseHe elseHe elseHe
He has been a candidate for congress and andWeber andWeber andWeber
Weber county has voted for him he has hasaspired basaspired hasaspired
aspired to the United States senate and andhis andhis andhis
his machine has been behind him himHis himHis himHis
His Estimate of Himself HimselfIn
In a biography of himself which Glas Glasmann GIasmann Gissmann ¬
mann wrote for a history of Utah L tah h hpenned be bepnned hepenned
penned the following modest eulogy of ofhimself ofhimself ofhimself
himself himselfEvery himselfEyery himselfEvery
Every wrong wron doer fears his newspaper newspaperEvery newspaperEvery newspaperEvery
Every public servant who puts pu his hand handin handin handth
in the public treasury asury is a wretched man manirrespective manirrespective manirrespective
irrespective of party affiliation Mr MrGlasmann Mrlasmaun MrGlasmann
Glasmann has a record for chastising chastisingrottenness chastisingrottenness chastisingrottennesS
rottenness and wrong and the sting of offinds ofhis ofhis
his lash has been so severe that few be befinds hefinds
finds himself compelled to attack even evenforget evenforget evenforget
forget or forgive forgiveHe for forgiveHe ve veHp
He has fought valiantly for what hat he hebelieved helwlieved hebelieved
believed to be right As an editor he has hasalways hasalways
always taken the stand that it was right rightto r t tto I
to publish the truth no matter who bo A AGlasmann it i ihits j jhits
hits I IGlasmann
hitsGlasmanfl Glasmann is a native of Iowa but Iowa Iowacant Iowaant Iowacant
cant ant help that He has lived in Utah Utansince UtahBince Utahsince
Little Girl Runs in Front of Street StreetCar StrcetCar StreetCar
Car but I Is Not Hurt Hurtt
4 t A 1 little girl I whose name could not notbe notbe notbe +
+ be learned had a narrow escape from frombeing frombeing + f
4 + being ground to death under the t twhels thewheels + 4
4 + wheels of an Ashton avenue car carabout + 4 4about
4 about 5 oclock last I t evening As the thef tbecar +
4 f car approached the corner of Fifth FifthSouth FifthSouth FifthSouth +
+ South and State streets the little littlef littleirl littlegirl +
+ f girl irl apparently bewildered ran in infront infront +
4 front of it Motorman Hendricks in incharge + 4 f
4 4 + charge of the car slackened its itsspeed itsspeed 4 4f +
+ f speed and dropped the fender quick qulckl quickly + f fly
+ > ly l and the child was caught on the thefend4r thefender +
4 + fender A physician ph stcjan was summoned summonedhurriedly summonedhurriedly summonedhurriedly +
+ hurriedly and it was found she was wasf wasnot US USnot +
+ f not injured at all allFOR al1t allFOR +
t t t t + + t t + t tFOR
General Conference Is Held of Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon Workers in That Line LineThe LineThe LineThe
The general primary association of the theMormon theIormon theMormon
Mormon church held Its conference in inthe inthe inthe
the Fourteenth ward aa assembly embly rooms roomsyesterday rOOlD8esterdey roomsesterday
yesterday President Louie B Felt pre presided JKeIl prosided ¬
sided Il ed The statistical reports showed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the total membership officers and and mem members membprs meanbers ¬
bers is 48706 4 and that the average at attendance at att aitendance ¬
tendance t ndance is 27137 Speeches regarding regardingthe r ard ardthe
the work were made by Mrs Mr Olive D DChristensen DChrlstpnsen Dhrlstensen
Christensen general secretary Professor ProfessorEvan Profes ProfessorEvan or orEvan
Evan Stephens Steph ns and others othersS
If IfS
S D Evans Evans1Tndertaker Evansrndertakpr Evanslndertaker
1Tndertaker and embalmer removed to tonew tonew tonew
new location 4S 4 South State street streetWhy streeti streetWhy streetWhy
Why not make thai Utile son sonor sonor on onor
or daughter 8 birthday present presentof pre ent entof
of one of our handsome Savings SavingsBanks SvingsBanks SavingsBanks
Banks There te something somethingworth somethJnJworth somethingworth
worth while whlJea a pres present nt that be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes more valuable as s time timegoes timegoes tlmegoes
goes on and in addition teaches teachesthe teacbesthe teachesthe
the child frugality agd business businesshabits businesshabits businesshabits
habits habitsAsk habitsAsk habitsAsk
Ask to see one of those banks bankslGO
100 starts an R aeco a aCat aCatSalt c mit mitSalt L LSecurity
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrusttN TrustCo TrustCo
234 Main Street
Miss Rennie Pederson of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Makes a Hit Before BeforeIndianapolis BeforeI BeforeIndianapolis
Indianapolis I Audiences AudiencesPAPERS AudiencesPAPERS AudiencesPAPERS
Salt Lake has become known as the thehome thehome thehome
home of singer The latest l test name to tobe tobe tobe
be added to the long list of its favor favorite favorite favorIte ¬
ite stagers stn ers is that of Miss Rennie Pe Pederson Pederson Pederson ¬
derson daughter of Professor Anton AntonPederson AntonPederson AntonPedernon
Pederson of Salt Lake Miss Pederson Pedersonis
is now in Indianapolis She appeared appearedat
at the opening of Fairbank park in inthat inthat inthat
that city May 30 rendering familiar familiarselections familiarselections fanifliarselections
selections from both grand and light lightopera Ugltopera lightopera
opera The Indianapolis park goers are aredelighted aredelighted aredelighted
delighted with Miss Pedersons sing singing slnSins sInglug ¬
ins That she sh has won an enviable enviableplace enviableplace enviableplace
place in their regard is evinced by the thecrowds thecrods thecrowds
crowds gathered at each entertainment entertainmentin
in which she participates The In Indianapolis IndinapoIis Indianapolis ¬
dianapolis Star has this to say about abouther aboutber abouther
her herRennie
Rennie Pederson the soprano ap appeared appeared
peared at the beginning of the second secondhalf secondhalf secondhalf
half of the programme She has a avoice avoice
i voice of remarkable flexibility fte ibility purity purityof
of tone and great carrying power She Shewas Shewas
was 5 given a 3 warm reception and re responded responded responded ¬
sponded with songs showing the ability abilityof
of a pleasing artist and the qualities qualitiesof
of delightful colorature coloratureOther colorntureOther coloratureOther
Other Papers Praise Her HerThe HerThe HerThe
The Sun and News say Miss Peder Pedersons Pedersons Pedersons ¬
sons singing is the feature of the ex excellent e ecellent oxcellent ¬
cellent concerts arranged by the parks parksin
in Indianapolis Charles F Moore of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Indianapolis Star writing to the theHerald theHerald theHerald
Herald says saysThe 3SThe saysThe
The young lady has a voice equal equalto
to any of our great grand opera sing singers singers singers ¬
ers For purity of tone she has no su superior superior superior ¬
perior Never have the music loving lovingpeople Jovingpeople lovingpeople
people of Indianapolis had the pleas pleasure pleasure pleasure ¬
ure of hearing such a beautiful voice voiceMiss voicelIiss voiceMiss
Miss Pederson can come here at any anytime anytime anytime
time and have no trouble in filling the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest house we e have Salt Lake Lakeshould Lakeshould Lakeshould
should feel proud to claim her as one oneof oneof oneof
of the greatest singers the west has hasever hasever hasever
ever produced She ir i at present a apupil apupil apupil
pupil of Mrs Genevieve Clark Wilson Wilsonthe Wilsonthe Wilsonthe
the Chicago soprano and will accom accompany accompany accornpany ¬
pany her to New York in the he fall fallS faUeo fall9CALBRIEFSJ
eo eof
f S S T T1T yyTZT1 1
PRINCIPALS WILL MEET MEETThe The prin principals principals principals ¬
cipals of the various schools will 11 hold a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting in the office of Superintendent SuperintendentD
p D H Christensen at 9 oclock this morn morning morning mornjug ¬
Gus Peterson was 8 arrested yesterday af afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon by Police Officer Charles Olsen Oisenfor Olsenfor Olsenfor
for selling shoestrings on the street with without without without ¬
out a license Peterson Pete n will 1 n be arraigned arraignedtoday arraignedtoday ned nedtoday
today before Judge C B Diehl DiehlBUDD DiehlBLDD DiehiBUDD
BUDD FOUND FOU T GUILTY GUILTYcharles Charles W WBudd wBudd WBudd
Budd 30 l years old was found guilty yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday by Judge C B Diehl of throwing throwingtin
tin cane CA filled with lth rocks on Mrs Mary MaryLyties MaryLytles MaryLyties
Lyties stairway at 4W South Fourth FourthWest FourthWest FourthWest
West street After giving the young yountm8n youngman j jman
man a lecture Judge Diehl discharged dischargedhim
him himPERKINS
PERKINS IN L SALT LAKE LAKEE E T Per Perkins Perkins Perkiss ¬
kins an auditor of the reclamation ser service service service ¬
vice was in Salt Lake yesterday for a afew 8few afew
few hours He called on District Engi Engineer Engineer Engifleer ¬
neer George L Swendsen and transacted transactedsome transactedsome transactedsome
some business in connection with the theservice theservict theservice
service > Mr Perkins left for Colorado Coloradolast Coloradolast j
last night nightST nightSTAMP 1 1STAMP
STAMP ST AMP SALES INCREASE I CREASEP06tmas CREASEP06tmastel Postmas Postmaster ¬
ter Arthur L Thomas gave out the re receipts receipts reeeipts ¬
ceipts for the sale of stamps yesterday yesterdayThey yesterdayTbey yesterdayThey
They show an II increase of 71 1 per cent centover centover centover
over the sale made in June 1905 1 I9O The re receipts receipts receipta
ceipts amount to 1921590 lt1 OO as against xgainstl7t450 againsti74O
179450 for the corresponding corre ponding month last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year The increase increa e is 123940 123940CHARGES l 124OCHARGES 40 40CHARGES
CHARGES ARE FlLED F1LEDD D M Fergu Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson ¬
son was yesterday charged with criminal criminalaseault criminalassault i iassault
assault upon Irene the threeandahalf threeandahalfyearold threeandaha1fearold threeandahalfyearold
yearold earold daughter of D W V Hinckley liv living UYing livlag ¬
ing at 2 Kendall court The complaint complaintwas
was filed yesterday and the arraignment arraignmentwill arraj ment mentiIJ
will iIJ probably take place today tooa before beforeJudge beforeJudge beforeJudge
Judge J J Wbitaker The complaint was wassworn 1assworn wassworn
sworn to by the childs father fatherFORTUNE fatherFORTUNE fatherFORTUNE
Paul E Flegal fortune teller and palm palmreader palmreader palmreader
reader was arraigned yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon before Judge C C B Diehl for carry carrving caITYIng
ing on his business without a license licenseFlegal licenSeegal licenseFlegal
Flegal egal pleaded not guilty and a his attor attorney attorney attorfey ¬
ney filed a demurrer to the complaint complaintIt I IIt
It was argued and nd Judge Diehl took the thematter thematter thematter
matter under consideration CO 8Idera lo t He will m give givehis givehis givehis
his decision deeh on at a later date dateMR dateMR dateMR
A Wetzel retzel supervisor of music in the thecity th thcity thecity
city schools received a request requeSt yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day from Thomas Papper of Boston pub publisher publisher publisher ¬
lisher of o the Musician Mu ician asking him to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct classes clas es in a summer school of offour offour offour
four weeks weeksto two weeks in Chicago hko and andtwo andto andtwo
two weeks in Boston MrWetzel Mr Wtuel will willleave willleave 111 111eae
leave eae the latter part of the month as the thesession thee thesession
session e ion begins July S L He will probably probablywi
b be wi > accompanied accomp nled by Mrs Irs Wetsel who will willvisit willytsit willvisit
visit her sister Shanna Cumming inXew in inNew n nNew
New York They will not return until untilnear untilnear untilnear
near the middle of August AugustPERSONALS AugustPERSONALS AugustPERSONALS
I Commercial Agent J A Foley of the theIllinois theIllinois th thIllinois
Illinois Central returned from Botee Boi e yes yesterday yesterday yeoterday ¬
terday terdayH
I H HT J Kimball of the Boise Statesman Statesmanpassed Statesmanpassed State Statepassed
passed through Salt Lake yesterday on onhis 011his o ohis
his way east eastT eastT etT
T C Porteous agent of the Merchants MerchantsDespatch MerchantsDespatch Ierc Dts DtsDespltch
Despatch Transportation company at atDenver atDenver
Denver wa in Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayGeneral ye yesterdayGeneral terday terdayGeneral
General Freight Agent J A Reeves Reev of ofthe ofthe octhe
the Oregon Short Line returned from a athree athree athree
three weeks eeks stay in Chicago yesterday yesterdayT yesterdayTC
T TC C Davidson general baggage bag ge agent agentof agentof agentof
of the Salt Lake route at Omaha passed passedthrough P passedthrough 85ed 85edthrough
through Salt Lake yesterday en route routeto routeto routeto
to Ontario Cal for an extended visit visitC vIsitI visitC
Chicago June 8 SThe The passenger of officials officials officials ¬
ficials of the Chicago Chi ago Northwestern Northwesterntoday Northwesterntoday Northwesterntoday
today announced that the new line linefrom Unefrom linefrom
from Casper Wyo to the Shoshone Shoehonereservation Shoshonereservation Shoshonereservation
reservation which Is to be opened July
16 to July 31 will be opened for traf traffic irffic traflie ¬
fic in time for all passengers who In intend Intend
tend to apply for land landThe landThe I IThe
The Monarch Visible Typewriter TypewriterIs
Is the uptodate typewriter typewriterPembroke typewriterPembroke typewriterPembroke
Pembroke Stationery Co sell It ItSalt It ItSalt ItS ItSalt
Salt LakePhoto Supply Co CoKodaks CoKodaks CoEodaks
Kodaks deyeloplng dey loplng Main Main 3d So
hkao Inl lntez Ocean I
Joint Convention Follows Sep Separate Separate Separate ¬
arate Meetings for Men Menand Menand Menand
and Worsen WorsenOUTING WomenOUTING WonenOUTING
The eJevepth eleventh general conference of ott1te ott1teYount the theYoung theYoung
Young Mens and Young Ladies Mutual MutualImprovement MutualImprovement utual utualImprovement
Improvement association was as begun R Rterday yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday at Barratt Hall The conference conferencewill conferencewill conferencewill
will continue contInuetoday today and tomorrow There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a large attendance The meeting was wasopened wasopened as asopened
opened by the congregation singing Hope Hopeof Hopeof 1lopeof
of Israel under the direction of Profes Professor Professor Professor ¬
sor Evan Stephens After a prayer they theysang theysang theysang
sang The T Improvement Song which whichwent whicpt whicptwent hicl hiclwent
went to the tune of Columbia the Gem Gemof Gemof Gemof
of the Ocean The words were written writtenby writtenby writtenby
by Miss Ruth M IlL Fox FoxApostle FoxA08tle FoxApostle
Apostle George A Smith welcomed the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors with an excellent address He Heurged Heurged Heurged
urged that all the visitors make them themselves tbemselves themselves ¬
selves at home and do all they could to tomake tomake tomake
make every one acquainted He said that thata
a reunion of this kind put new energy into intothe intothe intothe
the members in this city and that it built builtup builtup builtup
up the interest everywhere everywhereMiss everywhereMiss everywhereMiss
Miss Judith Anderson sang From the theDepths tooDeptm theDepths
Depths after which Thomas Hull spoke spokeon
on local and foreign items of interest interestThe interestThe interestThe
The Story of Esther was told by Mrs MrsAmy MrsAmy II8 II8Am
Amy Am Brown Lyman The story related relatedthe relatedthe relatedthe
the life of the beautiful Jewess J ewess who whothrough whothrough whothrough
through her devotion to God saved her herpeople herpeople herpeople
people from destruction It was well told toldand toldand toldand
and afforded great pleasure to her listen listeners liSteners lltenera ¬
ers The congregation congr tion sang We Thank ThankTlKe ThankTIMe ThankThee
TIMe 0 God for a Prophet and then thenthe tbenthe thenthe
the benediction was pronounced by Mrs MrsJulia l1rsJulia MrsJulia
Julia Brixen BrixenSeparate BrixenSeparate BrixeiiSeparate
Separate Meetings Held HeldAfter HeldAfter HeldAfter
After these t exercises the young women womenwithdrew womenwithdrew womenwithdrew
withdrew to the Assembly hall and the theyoung theoung theyoung
young men remained at Barratt hall to tohold tobold tohold
hold individual meetings The programme programmecarried programmecarried programmecarried
carried out by the men consisted of sta statistical statistical statistical ¬
tistical and financial reports and the sus sustaining sustaining sustaming ¬
taining of officers There were short shorttalks shorttalks shorttalks
talks by Frank Y Taylor and Benj God Goddard Goddard Goddard
dard dardThe dardThe dardThe
The ladies programme was of four sec sections sections sections ¬
tions the first two dealing with duties of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the different officers of the association associationPapers associationPapers associationPapers
Papers were read on these subjects fol followed foloed followed ¬
lowed by discussions The third section sectiondiscussed sectiondiscussed sectiondiscussed
discussed providing pro ding music suitable for the themeetings tbemeetings themeetings
meetings and the fourth was about suit suitable suitable suitable ¬
able books and periodicals for home read reading reading readlug ¬
ing Interesting papers were read fully fullytreating funytreaUn fullytreating
treating these subjects and they were werefollowed werefolloed werefollowed
followed by discussions discussionsThe discussionsThe discussionsThe
The sessions ons were well attended and andthere andthere andthere
there were representatives from all the thestakes thestakes thestakes
stakes in the state and a great many manyoutside manyoutside manyoutside
outside The separate conventions will willconvene wHlconvene willconvene
convene this morning at 10 oclock at the thesame thesame thesame
same places As a fitting close clo e to the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business part of the convention the pri primary primary primary
mary teachers will enjoy a banquet at atSaltair atSaIWr atSaltair
Saltair this evening at 6 oclock o clock There Therewill Therewill
will be covers laid for 300 l men and wo woGo women women
Go to Calders Park ParkIn ParkIn ParkIn
In the afternoon the delegates of o the theconvention OleconvenUon theconvention
convention and their friends went to Cal Calders Calders Calders ¬
ders park for the annual field day of the theassociation thea680Cfation theassociation
association Fully 6000 persons visited visitedthe visitedthe visitedthe
the resort re ort in the afternoon and evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The afternoon was spent in picnicking picnickingand
and watching the sports that were held In Inthe 1nthe Inthe
the race track In the evening there was wasan wasan as asan
an informal reception in the dance hall hallThis hallThis hallThis
This was followed by dancing and some someshort someshort
short speeches were ere made madeThe matiesports madeThe
The sports in the afternoon entertained entertaineda entertained1ar1e
a large crowd A basket ball game be between between betweet ¬
tween the blues and the blacks two teams teamsof teamsof teamsof
of the L D S university was played playedand playedand playedand
and after a short lively contest the young youngladies young1a youngladies
ladies 1a les o of the blue team landed the vic victory victory vietory ¬
tory The scheduled boat races did not notcome notcome notconic
come off One of the exciting e etting events was wsthe wasthe s sthe
the fat mans race All of the entries entriestipped entrlestipped entriestipped
tipped the scales over 250 50 pounds it was waswon waswon wasaou
won by T Tobiason Tobia on The race between betweenthe betweenthe
the presidents of the stakes had entries entriesfrom entriesfrom enriefrom
from every stake and it was won by A ANelson AN ANesoit
Nelson N 81MII of St George GeorgeTie GeGrgeTie GeorgeTie
Tie Ball Game GameThe GameThe GameThe
The feature of the afternoon was a ball ballgame ballgame Jl Jlgame
game between teams from Box Elder and andWeber andVeber andVeber
Veber stakes The game was a splendid splendidcontest splendidcontest splendidcontest
contest and only in one inning did either eitherteam eitherteam I Iteam
team score In the ninth Box Elder Eldermade Eldermade Eldermade
made four runs and when the Weber Weberbunch Weberbunch
bunch came up they tied the score The Thegame Thegame i igame
game was a tie and at the end of the thetwelfth thetwelfth I Itwelfth
twelfth jnning the teams decided to call callit canit I Iit
it a draw and quit The score was 4 to 4 4The 4Tbe 4The
The players were handicapped by a mud muddy muddy ¬ j jdy
dy field but nevertheless they put up a agood agood agood
good contest The diamond around first firstbase firstb firstbase
base b Be was a swamp and iid a boy with hip
boots was stationed there to wade for the theballs theballs theballs
balls ballsThe ballsThe ballsThe
j The lineup lineupBox lineupBox lIneupBox
Box Elder k1er Weber WeberObwn Weber01lleR WeberO1aen
Obwn C Sehade SehadeStova SchadeSto SehadeStevensP
Stova Sto StevensP DSr s u P Allen AllenKeller AllenKeHer AllenKeller
Keller 1 to B Belnap BelnapLee
Lee t B Randall RandaIlAU RandallAllen RandallAllen
Allen AU 3 B Daxey DaxeyTrtt DlpCeyTmeisenSS
Trtt TmeisenSS Truelsen iBen SS S Colvin ColvinMfMtghn ColvinKMIghn ColvinMasghn
MfMtghn L F FWangnrd FWangnrdenmoyer Wangsgard WangsgardJljemnoyer Wangsgadffl
Jljemnoyer ffl nmoyer C F < d Hardy
Jensen R F Stewart
Give Dress Parade for Several SeveralThousand1 SeveralThousand SeveralThousand
Thousand Friends at atLagoon atLagoon atLagoon
Lagoon Camp CampDANCE CampDANCE CampDANCE
TheHigfe The High h School field day at t Lagoon Lagoonwas
was 1tS one of th the features feat res of the cadet cadetencampment cdetencampment cadetencampment
encampment Three thousand High HighSchool HifiSchool HighSchool
School students st dents and their friends were werein we werein e ein
in attendance att 1dance During the th afternoon afternoonthe afternoonthe
the crowds visited sfted the camp of the ca cadets cadets cadets ¬
dets and 1n < 1 witnessed ltnes an exhibition drill drillThe driUrbe drillThe
The evening was spent in dancing and andone andone andone
one of the tb best crowds of boys and girls girlswho girlswho iris iriswho
who ever attended att nded a High Schcol func function function function ¬
tion enjoyed themselves in the large largepavilion largepavilion largepavilion
pavilion This was the last social event eventof eyentof eventof
of the year given under the auspices of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the High School SchoolDuring SchoolDurirg I
During the morning Lieutenant Point Pointof Pointof Pointof
of Fort Douglas inspected the camp He Hewent Heent Hewent
went ent through every tent and inspected inspectedevery inspectedevery nspectedcyery
every detail of the camp The boys were wereput wereput wereput
put through different movement moyem < nt at his hiscommand histommand hiscommand
command He ended with an inspec inspection inspection inspection ¬
tion of the guns After the inspection inspectionLieutenant inspectionLieutenant inspectionLieutenant
Lieutenant Point said the condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the camp was excellent and the drilling drillingof
of the cadets of the highest order ex except ° x xcept ¬
I Icept
cept for a few faults In equipment equipmentThese equipmentThese equipmentThese
These are not included in the National NationalGuard NationalGuard NationalGuard
Guard equipment which the cadets are areusing ar arusing areusing
using and are only found in the regu regulation regulation regulation ¬
lation United States army equipment equipmentIn
In the th afternoon the he cadets gave a 8 big bigexhibition bigexhibition bigexhibition
exhibition drill in honor of the visitors visitorsThe visitorsTbe visitorsThe
The drill was the best one that has ever evsrbeen eV everbeen r rbeen
been given by the cadets and every Lv ry de detail detail detail ¬
tail was as perfect The entire battalion battalionwas
was clothed cloth in fulldress uniform and andthey andthey andthey
they presented a fine fin appearance on onthe 1 1the i ithe
the large parade grounds During the thedrill t1 t1drill thedrill
drill the cadets gave a good exhibition exhibitionof
of firing with the large arge gun they have haveout hav havout haveout
out there thereYesterday thereYest thereYesterday
Yesterday Yest rday was the second day of good goodweather goodweather goodweather
weather for the cadets dets since they the r have havebeen haveteen haveteen
teen in camp and it was their first firstopportunity firstopportunity firstcpportunity
opportunity to really re lIy enjoy camp life lifeThe HieThe lifeThe
The mud on the parade grounds in fast fastdrying fastdrying fastdrying
drying up and the boys wilt soon be beable beable beable
able to have the scheduled athletic con contests COJtests contests ¬
tests The finals of the t e competition competitiondrill
drill for the gold and silver medals me als that thatare thatare thatare
are to be avarded to the bestdrilled bestdrilledcadets bestdrillelcadets bentdrilledcadets
cadets will be held today todayCROOKED todayCROOKED todaya
Gambling Paraphernalia Taken From FromChases FromChases PromChases
Chases Rooms in Gladstone GladstoneHotel GladstoneHotel GladstoneHotel
Hotel All Dishonest DishonestNot
Not only the faro layout but the tb rou roulette roulette roulette ¬
lette wheel taken by the police Thursday Thursdayafternoon Thursdayafternoon Thursdayafternoon
afternoon from the apartments of M wi V VClase VClase VClase
Clase in the Gladstone Gladst ne hotel 119 South SouthMain SoutbMain 5jhMain
Main street also had a crooked device deviceattached deviceattached deviceattached
attached to it With this in operation operationthe
the player has no chance at all to win winIt winIt winIt
It can be operated by the dealer leaning leaningagainst leaningagainst leaningagainst
> against the cash ca h drawer A push button buttonJ
1 is J connected conn Cted with a wire which is at attached attached attached ¬
tached to a small piece of wood in the therim therim therim
rim of the wheel whore the ball spins spinsaround spinsarountl spinsaround
around before dropping into the wheel wheelWhen wheelWhen wheelWhen
When the button is pushed this piece of ofwood ofwood ofwood
wood attached attaeb to a spring protrudes and andknocks andknocks andknocks
knocks the ball into the wheel This is isused isused isused
used when a player is plunging on some somenumber somenumber somenumber
number The dealer watches his wheel wheeland wheeland wheeland
and when the number on which a large largebet largebet largebet
bet is placed is on the opposite side lie hepushes liepushes liepushes
pushes the button knocking the ball into intothe intothe intothe
the wheel wheelClase wheelClue wheelClass
Clue denied yesterday that he owned ownedthe ownedthe ownedthe
the property which hich was taken from the theroom tileroom theroom
room Mrs Marshal who runs the ho hotel hotel hotel ¬
tel says that the rooms are rented by byClase byCttde byClase
Clase Cttde and that he brought the wheel wheelfaro wbeelfaro wheelfaro
faro bank and poker table and put them themIn themIn themIn
In the rooms He also employed two car carpenters carpenters carpenters ¬
penters to put up the apparatus board boardUD boardup boardup
up the windows put locks on the doors doorsand doorsand doorsand
and several other things Clase had a apush apush apush
push button put in the hallway and a atelephone atelephone atelephone
telephone installed in the rooms roomsChief roomsChIef roomsChief
Chief Sheets said yesterday that he did didnot didnot didnot
not know just what would be done with withthe withthe withthe
the stuff It is rumored that warrants warrantsi warrantswUl warrantswill
i will be issued and that the owners if ifthey ifthey ifthey
they can be found will be charged with withmaintaining withmaintinlng withaintain1ng
maintaining a gambling device deviceA
A man who Is in perfect health so soha soh sohi
ha h can do an honest days work when whennecessary whennEces whennecesesrY
necessary nEces ry has much for which he heshould heshould heshould
should be thankful Mr L C Rodgers Rodgersof
of Branchton ° fl Pa writes that he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not only unable to work but b t he couldnt couldntstoop couldntstoop couldntstoop
stoop over to tie his own shoes Six Sixbettlae Sixbottl Sixbottles
bottles bottl of Foleys Kidney Cure made a anow an anow
now n W man of him He says Success to toFoleys tooleYJ toFoleys
Foleys oleYJ Kidney Cure F J Hill Drug DrugCo DrugCo DrugCo
They Demand Increase in Wa Wages Wages Wages ¬
ges and Company Re Refuses Refuses Refuses ¬
fuses to Accede AccedeWONT AccedeONT AccedeWONT
There is danger of a strike of street streetrailway streetrailway streetrailway
railway employes in Salt Lake Demands Demandsof
of th the men for an increase tncrea of wages wageswere wagESwere wageswere
were refused by General Manager R S SCampbell SCampbell SCaaipbeii
Campbell and Superintendent of Car Ser Service Service Service ¬
vice W P Read of the Utah Light
Railway company last night While the
union men have as a yet taken no action
following follo ng the refusal of the company to
grant their demands members of their
committee declared last night that the
union would stand firm and would go
to the point of striking and tying up the
street car service if I f necessary The de ¬
nand for higher wages was presented
Tuesday Tue Jdar and refused last night
The demand for an increase was made madeDivision
offictalty by a committee representing
Division No 38 3 ± Amalgamated Associa ¬
Hon of Street Electric Railway Em ¬
ployes This organization is national in
its scope and has headquarters in De ¬
troit Mich Division No 382 is the local
branch of the organization Its members
s say y that in the event of a strike they
will have financial assistance from the
national organization or njzation both in the form
of support for their families and for the
hiring of automobiles and other convey conve conveances ¬
ances for Oh the public which will be in inconvenienced inconvenienced InCOnvenjenced ¬
convenienced by a street car strike strikeWhat strikeWhat strikeWhat
What the Union Demands DemandsThe
The union demand which has been re ¬
fused fusedtby tby by the company provides for the
following scale of wages wa es 22U 2 t cents an
hour for each employe for the first six
months of his employment emplo ment 25 5 cents an
hour for the next six months and 27 l cents centsan centsan centsan
an hour thereafter The demand also alsoincluded
included time and half for overtime nine
hours to be the basis b8 is of a days work
Members of the union claim that their theirpresent theirpresent theirpresent
present wages wa are so low that they can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not live on the amount paid They are arepaid arepaid arepaid
paid 20 cents an hour for the first year ear
22 2y cents an hour for the next year ear and
25 cents an hour for each year thereafter
For the first year they the claim wages wageswill wageswill wageswill
will not average at 30 cents an hour over
170 1 a day and on this sum they assert asserta
a man cannot support his family As a arule arule arule
rule they work nine hours a day so o that thatafter tbatatter thatafter
after working worki two years for the company companywhen companywhen
when hen they receive 25 Z cents an hour the
highest wage paid is J225 2 a day Were
the scale which hich they demand put in ef efI
I feet the highest wage age would be tt4 243 a
day dB
Wont Recognize Union UnionWhile Unionrdle Unionbile
While bile none of the officiate of the com company eompeny cornpany ¬
pany could be found last night it is isknown isknown isknown
known that in replying repl ng to the union com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee Messrs Me tIL Campbell and Read tookthe took tookthe
the ground that the company would ould not notrecognize notrCCOf11ize notrecognize
recognize the union nor deal with it and andstated andstated andstated
stated that if any individual employe had hadany hadany hadany
any grievance grie > vance it would deal eal with him himas himas himas
as an individual and not through any anyunion anyunion anyunion
union unionMore unionMore unionMore
More developments in the strike are arelooked arelooked arelooked
looked for today as the union men will willprobably willprobabl willprobably
probably meet and discuss the matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The company has about 250 car employes employesand
and about fifty barn men Of these 300 300it 300it 390it
it is claimed fully 225 2 are members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the union unionVisits unionENERA
Visits Fort Douglas on Last Trip of ofInspection ofInspectionWill ofInspectionWill
Inspection InspectionWill Will Retire RetireJune RetireJune RetireJune
June 26 26BrigadierGeneral 26BrigadierGeneral 26BrigadlerGeneral
BrigadierGeneral Frank D Baldwin U US US US
S A accompanied by E T Perkins U US US US
S R S was in Salt Lake yesterday He
is making a special trip of inspection over
the Colorado department and investigated investigatedconditions investigatedconditions investigatedconditions
conditions at Fort < ort Douglas during his hisstay hisstay hisstay
stay here He was in San Francisco be ¬
fore coming to Salt Lake LakeThe LakeUThe LakeThe
The regular soldiers about 2000 in innumber innumber Innumber
number have been called from duty in inthat inthat inthat
that city clt he said The martial rule rulehas
has been lifted as conditions are again againquiet againquiet againquiet
quiet and peaceful Shortly ShOltI after the theearthquake theearthquake theearthquake
earthquake five companies of regulars regularswere regularswere regularswere
were spread throughout the city to pre preserve preserve proserve ¬
serve and maintain order Several com companies companies cornpanics ¬
panies of the state militia were also on onhand onand onband
hand and The stories told of the soldiers soldierscruelty soldlErscruelt soldierscruelty
cruelty cruelt and blind shooting are not given givenany given8l1y givenany
any belief now as numerous reports r ports of ofreckless ofreckJess ofreckless
reckless and needless shooting have pro proven proven proyen ¬
ven nothing more than dreams There Theremay Theremay Theremay
may have been a few mistakes made madebut madebut madebut
but that time was as a dreadful time and andthe andthe andthe
the strictest discipline had to be main maintained maintailled maintamed ¬
tamed San Francisco was full of the theworst tbeworst theworst
worst and lowest grades of criminals criminalsHad criminalsHad criminalsHad
Had not immediate and severe steps been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken by the military authorities horrible horribleatrocities horribleatrocities horribleatrocities
atrocities would have been committed committedright committedright committedright
right and left By putting the city tm tmder irader m mdel
der martial law which was martial law lawthese lawthese lawthese
these criminals and cutthroats were sub subdued subdued subdued ¬
dued The earthquake and fire were wereterrible wereterrible wereterrible
terrible but the crimes which might have havefollowed havefollowed Jaye Jayefollowed
followed would have been more terrible terribleGeneral terribleGeneral terribleGeneral
General Baldwin will retire from ser service service service ¬
vice June 26 as he has reached the age agelimit ageJlmlL agelimit
limit He has been in command comman of the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado division for a number of years yearsThis yearsThis
This This division embraces Colorado Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and Arizona He H was transferred to the thesouthwestern thesouthwestern thesouthwestern
southwestern division with headquarters headquartersat hea < kJuarters kJuartersat
at Oklahoma City Cit Oklahoma He was wassucceeded wasueceeded wassucceeded
succeeded at Denver by Brigadier General GeneralWilliam GenenllVilliam GeneralWilliam
William S MoCaskey McCaske who retired on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of ill health Brigadier General GeneralBaldwin GeneralBaldwin GeneralBaldwin
Baldwin then returned to the Colorado Coloradodivision Coloradohision Coloradodivision
division at Denver Dt > nver and has been in tem temporary temporary ternporary ¬
porary command of that department departmentsince departmentsince departmentsince
since sinceJI
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William Paisley Anested Here for forButte forButte forButte
Butte Robbery Comes Prom PromPine FromFine PromPine
Pine Stock StockWilliam StockiIliam StockWilliam
William iIliam Paisley arrested in Salt Lake Lakeseveral Lakeseveral Lakeseveral
several months ago by Detectives Chase Chaseand Chaseand Chaseand
and Burt and put on ontrial trial in the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court in Butte last week for robbing the theHennessy theHenness theHennessy
Hennessy mercantile store at Centerville CentervilleMont CentervilJeIonL CentervilleMont
Mont says the Anaconda Standard is isthe isthe isthe
the son of wealthy and somewhat influ influential influential influential ¬
ential parents in Boston Paisley was the theblack theblack theblack
black sheep in the family fainll He went ent to toColorado toColorado toColorado
Colorado some years ago and committed committeda
a robbery for which he was convicted convictedand convictedand convictedand
and sent to the penitentiary t at Canon CanonCity CanonC1t Canon1ty
City C1t for a a term to run from eight to ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years After serving some time he was wasparoled wasparoied wasparoled
paroled and then committed another rob robbery robbery robbery ¬
bery and was sent up for a term of seven sevento sevento sevento
to ten years ears Then his father came out outfrom outfrom outfrom
from Boston and exerted his money and andinfluence andinfluence andinfluence
influence and his son was again paroled paroledHe i iHe
He was taken back to Boston but re remained remained remained ¬
mained there only a little while He Heagain Heagain Heagain
again came west and landed in Butte He Hewasnt Hewasnt Hewasnt
wasnt here very long before the robbery robberyof
of the Hennessv store in Centerville was wascommitted wascommitted wascommitted
committed several sev ral masked men holding holdingup
up the bookkeeper and compelling him to toiopen toopen toopen
iopen open the safe from which hlch several thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand dollars doU rs was taken takenStrong takenStront takenStrong
Strong suspicion was directed to Pais Paisley Paisly PalsIcy ¬
Icy and he was arrested at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City to which place he had gone imme immediately immediate immediately ¬
diate diately after the robbers The state has hasa
a lot of strong circumstantial evidence evidenceagainst evidenceagainst evidenceagainst
against him himI himYederda himYesterday
I Yesterday J E Keefe warden of the theI theCanon theCanon
I Canon City penitentiary arrived in Butte Butteand Butteand Butteand
and instantly identified Paisley a asa a man manwho man1ho manwho
who had h d served the two terms in Colo Colorado Colorado Colerado ¬
rado for robbery Paisley said that the thestate thestate thestate
state had gone to a a lot of useless trouble troubleto
to bring the warden to Butte He said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he had no intention to deny that he heserved beseryed heserved
served time in the Colorado state prison prisonThe prisonThe prisonThe
The state also had no intention of tak taking taking taking ¬
ing any chance on the question for if he heis heis heis
is convicted for the Hennessy robbery the theprior theprior theprior
prior conviction will 111 add a number of ofI oryears ofyears
I years to his new sentence sentenceIRS sentenceo sentenceMRS sentenceMRS1
Excitement Caused by Bursting of ofKaysville ofXaysville I IKaysville
Kaysville Dam Kills Promi Prominent Prominent Prominent ¬
nent Woman of UtahSpecial UtahSpecial Utah UtahSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldKaysville HeraldKaysvllle HeraldKaysville
Kaysville June S SoMrs Mrs Cynthia Hyde HydeStewart HydeStewart HydeStewart
Stewart wife of Hyde Stewart died diedthis diedthis diedtlii
this tlii evening under un er tragic circumstances circumstancesIt
It is supposed her death was the result resultof resultof resultof
of sudden alarm which produced ape apoplexy apo apoplex apeplexy ¬
plexy plex About S oclock this evening eveningduring eenin eeninuring eveningduring <
during the excitement over the burst bursting bursting bursting ¬
ing of the reservoir and while her herfriends herfriends herfriends
friends were absent from the farm pro protecting protecting protooting ¬
tecting their property Mrs Stewart Stewartleft Stewart1eft Stewartleft
left the family residence and supposed supposedly sUPpo tl tlly ¬
ly had gone to a neighbors When rhfn she shedid shedid she5id
did not return a search sear h was made a e for forher forhr forh2r
her She was found lying r ron n the side sidewalk sidewalk idf idfwalk ¬
walk east of their house She had fall fallen falln ¬
en n and died without with ut a struggle Mr MrStewart MrStewart I IStewart
Stewart is in Idaho having left this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning for his shepherds near Ox Oxford Oxford ¬ I Iford
ford Mrs Irs Stewart Ste rt was born orn in Nephi Nephiand Nephiand Nephiand
and was a daughter of the late Joseph JosephHyde JosephHyde JosephHyde
Hyde and Mrs Tabithr Hyde < = he fs fssurvived ftturvhed Issurvived
survived by Alonzo Hyde of Xephi XephiHarold NpphiHarold NephiHarold
Harold Hyde of o Palm Beach Beat h Cal H HHvde HHvde HHyde
Hvde of Gold Gol Golrhfield field Ncr Mrs In D O OMiner oMiner 0Miner
Miner Miner of Nephi and Mrs J T O Young Youngof
of f Forest Dale D Je Utah Miss Iis Mami MamiHyde MamiHyde amj amjHyde
Hyde of Nephi is a cousin usin of the dr drceased drceased deceased
ceased Mrs Stewart was as a ccuin of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs C S Tingey wife of C S Tin Tingey Tingcy Tingey
gey secretary of state She was 47 47vears 47years 47rears
years old and leaves a husband and andfive andfhc andfive
five fhc children one of f whom Miss iss Ethel EthelStevart EthE1Steyart EthelStewart
Stewart is a teacher in the city schools schoolsin
in Salt Lake LakeStarting LakeAMUSEMENTS LakeMUSEMENTJ
Starting this afternoon the management managementof
of the Lyric L Tic annqunce their strongest of ofFor offering offering
fering of the summer season entitled entitleduFor entitledFor
For Her Childrens Sake In this thispiece thispiece thispiece
piece the entire company is cast to ad advantage adantage advantage ¬
vantage Nearly a carload c rload of scenery is isused isused isused
used in this production The leading leadingrole leadingrole leadingrole
role will be portrayed portra ed by Miss Mi s Jane Kel Kelton Kelton lCdton
The Mascot was given its final pro production production production ¬
duction at Casino Park last night nj ht and anddespite anddespite anddespite
despite the cool weather nearly lMO peo people people peepie ¬
ple assembled Tonight the new ne produc production production produclion ¬
tion A Night in Morocco will be given givenand gfyenand givenand
and it promises to be the banner attrac attraction attraction attraclion ¬
tion of the summer season These two twofunmakers twofunmakers twofunmakers
funmakers Tony West and Leon Errol Errolare Errolare Errolare
are cast as the two shipwrecked sail sailors sailors sailors ¬
ors and are said to be irresistibly funny funnyin
in the parts Entire new scenery scener r has been beenpainted beenpaInted beenpainted
painted for the production and the big bigbeauty bigbeauty bigbeauty
beauty chorus will be seen in all new newsongs newsongs newsongs
songs and dances dancesThe dancesThe dancesThe
The final performances of uAlab Alabama Alabamawill Alahamawill m mwill
will be given at the Orpheum today todayPresident todyPresident todayPresident
President Joseph F Smith and family familyand famil familand familyand
and members of the board of education educationwitnessed edUattlonwitnessed educationwithessed
witnessed the performance of uAlab Alabama Alabamalast Alahamalast tnfI tnfIlast
last night from the boxes Old Heidle Heidleberg Helclleberg Heidleberg
berg is the bill for next week weekTHEN weekTHEN reek
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Chicago News NewsStaylate KewsSt NewsI
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my watch atch has run down downMiss downMiss downMiss
Miss Wearyun suppressing a yawn yawnWell yaW1lWeI yawnWell
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Place your order for forFlags forFIREWORKS forFl
Flags and andWhile andFirecrackers andFirecrackers
Firecrackers FirecrackersNOW FirecrackersNOW
While Our Assortment Is Com Complete Complete Cornplete ¬
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Headquarters for Fireworks KreworksAGREED FireworksAGREED f fAGREED
William Thatcher and Harry Clarke ClarkeGiven ClarkGiven ClarksGiven
Given Floater by Judge Diehl DiehlWilliam DiehlVUllam DiehlWilliam
William Thatcher and Harry CIarkfv Clark ClarkaJl35 Clarkalias
alias Pittman were w re arraigned yesterday yesterdayafternoon vesterdaafternoon vesterda yesterdaafternoon
afternoon on the charge of fleecing fleecingEmil fleecingEmil fleeiiniEmil
Emil Beck out of 4 in a threecorner threecorneIfT threecorneIfTmatching threecornermatching rj
matching game The defendants agreefl agreeflto agref agrefto agreto
to leave Salt Lake if they were given givenchance ghe ghechance j jchance
chance Assistant City Attorney P J JDaly JDaly 1 1Daly
Daly recommended that such an ord ordbe ordbe ordbe >
be made and the men were ere given givenfloater i ifloater J JU1oater
floater by the court Emil Beck t tcomplaining t14 t14complaining V Vcomplaining
complaining witness did not app appagainst < 1 r ragainst t tagainst
against the men or it is stated thry thrywould thr thrwould th thwould
would have been prosecuted prosecutedSummer prosecutedSumm prosecutedSummer
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