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I Established June 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1909 12 PAGES Price 5 Cents
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l MI ISnR STERU STERUAPPEALS WU WUPPtAlS
APPEALS TO TOGOUNTRYMfN TOCOUNTRYMEN
COUNTRYMEN GOUNTRYMfNAI
Al Chinamen Forbidden to Give GiveSuccor Givef GiveSuccor
f Succor to Leon Ling Lingthe Lingthe Lingthe
the Murderer MurdererCHUNG MurdererCHUNG MurdererCHUNG
CHUNG SNI TELLS THE THESTORY THESTORY THESTORY
STORY OF THE CRIME CRIMEfftr
FELT BODY BOO OF THE GIRL WHILE WHILEIT
IT T WAS STILL WARM BUT BUTDENIES BUTDENIES BUTDENIES
DENIES COMPLICITY COMPLICITYngton
r + + 4 + oft oftWashington + 2 2hingtOfl
+ 4 Washington ngton J June 22Mlntoter 22Mlntoterrhnas 22MinIsterwil t tWu
Wu Chinas representative here heret v vmade
+ made a personal appeal to tooountrymen toa toaJIll toWi
to4v a
4 t
JIll countrymen In this city to toaid toaid y yIn
+ aid In lapturing Leon Ling As a apotter apoter v vner
written In Chinese charac characth
+ tftl ner potter th this appeal was scattered scatteredthrough scatteredthrough scatteredrough
Washingtons s Chinatown ChinatownIt v vX
> through rough
It follo1 follo1AlIlhinamln
X ° All AlIlhinamln rhmamen are bidden to give giveno <
> no roc 8UClor ecor or to Leon Ling IID < < and t tJ dl dlX dlrfCt dlr
X ffi r et their best efforts to bringing bringingA
A him to Justice ju tice as an unworthy man manho manwho
0 who ho has brought disgrace upon his billrountJmen iii iiiofltrymen v vA
A countrj rountJmen men In America x xC xNew v vXe
C > + + 0 i iS
Xe S New York June 22 UBalted Baited and In Int Innmldatld
t midated im1dat by detectives threatened with withro withjroee withroeutiofl
jroee ro roeutiofl < eution and confused with rapidfire rapldflreiu rapidfireuethflS
iu JUt8 uethflS u < ns Chung Sin onetime room roomat roommatI roomratP
told this afternoon afternoonI
matI at of Leon Ling
I Elsie lFic Slge Sigels 1s murder murderUnder murderUnder murderUnder
Under the th terrific pressure of the thethird thethird thethird
third drgree dgr the little Chinaman ad admitted admitted adnItted ¬
mitted that he had seen the body In InLeon Inieon inLeon
Leon Lings room that he had touched touchedt
it t while bile It was still warm that he had hadvmellrd hadmt1I1d hadmeflP4
vmellrd drugs and had watched Leon LeonUng LeonLings LeonLing
Lings preparations for placing the body bodyi
i the trunk where It was found de demposed dempollld dompord
mposed last Friday night nightHeld nllrbtHeld nightHeld
Held In 10000 Ball Ballrhung BaHhung BaIlehung
hung Sin In in fact if what was wasarned wasklned wasirn
arned irn at the criminal courts building buildingcorrect buildingrorMt buildingnrTt
correct described almost everything everythingmcerning eveljthlngneemlng everythingneerning
mcerning the murder of Major General GeneralTrani GeneralFranz GeneralFrni
Franz Sigels granddaughter He de dein de1ticl dold
in 1ticl d complicity in It and protested protestedstoutly prote prottedtoutiy ted tedtoutly
stoutly that he was Ignorant of the thehereabouts thewheftboul thevherabouth
hereabouts of Ling the supposed IlUpp6 8d mur murderer Jfturr1 mur4erer ¬
derer r1 r After the inquisition he was waataken wastaken wantaken
taken More Coroner Harburger and andhtld andhdd andhdd
hdd In SUMO 1 ball to await the Inquest InquestChun IoquetCtung t tCIIWII
Chun CIIWII Sto Is M years yea l old and a na native HIi notire ¬
tire Ii of Canton He was arrested arrMtedmlay yes yesrtlay y yrday
rtlay at West Galway N Y and was waai wasIirourbt wasirought
i rougnt to New York today todayImmediately todayImmediately todayImmediately
Immediately after his arreat and dur durIg
Ig g the trip to this city he was interro interrodted Interroded Interroated
dted bullied persuaded and entangled entangledn
in n a mass of question It was not un unlate unnl unii
nl late however that his spirit was wasiffielently wasInkiently wasrnctently
iffielently broken or sufficient Induce InducenU
> > nU w were ere offered for him to cast aside asideair
i k < air of stolidnesB a and tell of the theath thefIth theath
ath of the young missionary Then Thenqe
qe ie Chinaman told brokenly but with withuta withutal withutal
utal bluntness of the girls IrIrl death deathJerome deathJerome deathJerome
Jerome Trapped Him HimUsistant Himslstant HimAsistant
Usistant District Attorney Ward and andatrkt and1istrict andThtl1Ct
1istrict atrkt Attorney Jerome were present presentid pre ent entdId
id from what can be learned it was waaMr WIUIIlr waslr
Mr lr Jerome himself who finally drew drewv drewstory
v story tor > from Chung Sins SlnBltp lips He was waald
> ld that Leon Ling Ltll I ng < < had been captured capturedid
id d had lali the blame upon his Chung ChuDCm
sns m inq shoulders This together with withpemstent withi withperntent
i pemstent hammering at the prison prisonbrought prlllOl1hrought prisonr
r brought the confession No state statenit statelPllt stateent
nit of the gist of his remarks was wastdf waadp wasadp
adp public but the more salient lIent facts factsthp factnth factsthe
the th confession soon became known knowntx
tx t tiut < > ut the building
from the story It is apparent that thatK thatlie
lie K > Sigel first was w drugged with
Mowronn and hen choked to death deathie
ie n was kiled kllt > d apparently on the night ni8btt
t June > 9 although Chung Sin appeared appearedttle appear ll
little ttle mixed in his dates He says saysnit saysat
nit at earl Oarly > in the morning of June 10 he heart helird heard
art i strange noise in Leons s room
Joining his and looking over the thein therflbm
rflbm in om m saw the girl lying on the bed
tn a bl bllOdstal > ortstained d towel over her heruth herluth heriuth
luth uth He passed ps ed through the room roomMid roomAld raomMid
Mid to go out to waah his hand handn hall4knd
nd n a he did so felt of the body which which
as till warm warmMurderer wannMUrderer warmMurderer
f
Murderer Cool and Calm Calmm Calm1ofl
1011 in the meantime had covered coveredith cov < < eeI
r bld with ith a blanket up t to the chin
Continued on Page 2
DINGHY RATE RATEUPPER RAnRfSTORfD RATERESTORED
RESTORED BY BYUPPfR BYUPPER
UPPER HOUSE HOUSEHides
Hides Imported Into United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Will Pay Duty of 15 15per 15per 15per
per Cent Ad Valorem ValoremVOTE ValoremVOTE ValoremVOTE
VOTE TAKEN AFTER SIX SIXLONG SIXLONG 1 1LONG
LONG HOURS OF DEBATE DEBATEFEATURE DEBATEFEATURE I I II
1 1FEATURE
FEATURE OF SPEECHMAKING SPEECHMAKINGWAS SPEECH MAKING MAKINGWAS
WAS TALK BY FIDDLING BOB BOBTAYLOR BOBTAYLOR BOBTAYLOR
TAYLOR OF TENNESSEE TENNESSEESpecial TENNESSEES TENNESSEESpecial
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+ > Special S Jai to t The T Herald HeraldWashington He HeraldWashington aid aidWallblngton I
< Washington June 22 ftWestern ftWesterneenatora flWesternsenatora Western WesternJ
J senators are particularly well wellJ wellpleued wellpleased
J pleased with their victory this thisevening thisevenlnf thisevening
> evening when by a vote of 46 to toJ toao tothe
J M the senate adopted an amend amendment amendment amendment
ment of the finance committee re restoring restorln restoring <
< storing to the tariff bill the present presentJ presentDingley presentDingley <
J > Dingley rate of 15 per cent ad va valorem vaIorem valorem
> lorem duty on hides In the final finalalignment finalalignment finalalignment <
< alignment party lines were well wellnigh we1lnigh veltnigh
> nigh obliterated and the struggle strugglewas
J was a straight fight between the thecattlegrowing thecattlgrowlng theeatUeguivIng
> cattlegrowing states stat of the west westand wetand westand
< and the manufacturing states of ofI ofNew ofNew
I New England in which thirtysix thirtysixRepublicans thirtysixRepublicans thirtysixRepublicans +
Republicans and ten Democrats DemocratsJ Democratsvoted Democratsvoted
J voted for the western interests and andJ andsixteen andsixteen
J sixteen Republicans and fourteen fourteenDemocrats fourteenDemocnLts fourteenDemocrats +
Democrats for New England ideas ideasJ IdeasOf Ideasor +
J Of the western senators Hughes Hughesand Hughesand Hughesand +
and Newlands Democrats voted votedJ votedfor a afor +
J for dutiable hides The only west wettern westera western
> ern senator sustaining the free freehides freehides freehides
> hides proposition was Chamberlain ChamberlainDemocrat ChamberlainDemocrat ChamberlainDemocrat
Democrat of Oregon Although the thehouse thehou thehouse
< house hou e voted by an overw overwhelming ovenhelmlngmajorlt overwhelmingmajority helming helmingmajority +
> majority to place hides on the free freeMat freeHt freelist
< Mat western senators and repre representatives representatlves representatives
< sentatives are hopeful that they theycan theycan theycan
< can retain the Dingley rates in inconference Inconference Inconference +
> conference and on the final vote of ofboth ofboth ofboth +
both houses housesWashington hoUierk8hlngton housesWsshingtoo
> > >
Washington June JU f 22 ULate Late today the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate reached the voting stage on the thehide thehide thehide
hide schedule and after several severalamendments severalalHefMlmentIJ severalamendments
amendments had been defeated the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment of the finance committee committeefixing comwltteeftx1ng comultteefixing
fixing a duty of 15 per cent ad valorem valoremon
on hides was agreed to by a vote of 95 95to 3 3to 3to
to N NThis MTh18
This is the rate of the present law lawbut lawbut lawbut
but under th the rulings of C the treasury treasurydepartment treasurdepartmeRt treasurydepartment
department ie J anftftcable only to hides hidesweighing hidesWirigblng hidesweghlng
weighing mere morethati than ttfwityflre ttfwityflrepounds tt8I1ty1hpoundL tentyftvepounds
pounds poundsThe poundLThe poundsThe
The house placed all hides on the free freelist free118t freelist
list but the committee restored the theDingley theDingley theDingley
Dingley policy poll y by adding them to the lirenondutiable thenondutiable thenondutiable
nondutiable list listAmendment UstAmendment listAmendment
Amendment Voted Down DownSenator DownSenator DownSenator
Senator McLaurin undertook to hav havthe havthe havethe > >
the provision amended so II as to make makethe Hl makethe ke kethe
the duty apply to hides weighing leap lefithan le lethan leapthan
than twentyfive pounds but failed failedhis talletlhis failedhis
his amendment being voted down down31 down31to 31 31to
to 4 48 An amendment by Mr Stone Stoneplacing Stoneplacln Stoneplacing
placing not only hides but many of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their products on the free list was also alsolost al80Joet alsolost
lost lostSenator
JoetSenator
Senator Aldrich on behalf of the thefinance theftnance thefinance
finance committee presented the com committees committees cornmittees ¬
mittees new lumber schedule and amialso ant1al andalso
also al o a number of amendments relating relatingto
to linoleum and oilcloth The commit committee ¬
tee proposed a rate of 150 per thou thousand thound thousand ¬
sand nd on sawed wed lumber a 50 cent in increase InCrele Increase ¬
crease over the house rate rateSix rateSix rateSix
Six Hours of Speeches SpeechesPrevious SpeechesPreviouti SpeechesPrevious
Previous to the balloting more than thansix thansix thaitsix
six hours hou were devoted to speech speechmaking speechmaking speechmaking
making beginning at 10 oclock with an anargument anargument anargument
argument by Mr McCumber for a duty dutyon
on hides in which he was sustained by byMessrs b bMe byMessrs
Messrs Me ra Gamble and Heybum They Theytook The Thetook Theytook
took the position that the effort to tomake tomake tomake
make hides free was solely In the in interest Intere interest ¬
terest tere t of the manufacturers and Mr MrMcCumber MrVcCumber MrLcCumber
McCumber contended that this was a amonstrous ItmOD amonstrous
monstrous mOD trous Injustice growing out of the theprotective thepro theprotective
protective pro > tectlye system systemMr
Mr Burton and incidentally Mr MrPage MrPage Ir IrPage
Page supported the free hide policy the theformer theformer theformer
former in a speech of some s me length He Hedeclared Hedeclared Hedeclared
declared that the beef trust obtained all allthe aUthe allthe
the benefit to be derived from a hide hideduty hided hIdeduty
duty dutyA d ty tyA
A feature was a speech by Senator SenatorBob SenatorBob SenatorBob
Bob Taylor of Tennessee Tennes ee which attract attracted ¬
ed much favorable attention and estab established estabIIIIhed established ¬
lished good nature Mr Taylor pleaded pleadedfor
for a tariff for revenue and took a de decided decided decided ¬
cided position po llon against free raw ma material material matertal ¬
terial
DISCOVERY OF TOOLS RECALLS EARLY EARLYOPERATIONS EARLYOPERATIONS EARLYOPERATIONS
OPERATIONS IN WEST MOUNTAIN MOUNTA N DIST
i Special to The Herald Heraldn HeraldBrham HeraldBIigha1
Brham n June 22 An interesting interestingm
oery in the workings of a mine In Incanyon Inrnt Inameys
ameys rnt canyon was made yesterday yesterdayn 7e terday
ten n a large number of miners tools toolsr
ir r re uiioxered u 4ved at a depth of forty feet feetand feetS feetsse
S sse > iE and nd J William WilIj Knight are opdrat opdratjs op rat ratng
ng js in the th ti region which is in the Weet WeetUntain
M4mtam 1 Untain u district about ten miles milesrth mi mirth flIIUTth
rth f Bingham Binghamth
At t th < bottom
of a fortyfoot shaft
hich h ua w a flunk In entirely new ground groundf unt
Ct f mm flIflr r
made a startling discovery
Vt I of oI f miners tools and a miners S
wt were ere uncovered The find is taken takene takenfidt takeneVtdeie
fidt eVtdeie > lht e that there were mining miningi
ratin i < = in what Is now the West Westi Test
IuntJln i district The
many years ago
flr > N I that a all far back as 184 113pos poe poex
biy bI x when wh the gold excitement In Call Callnu
h rnla nu Wa at Its height men delved in intl Intarth
tarth tl thereabouts In search arch of mln mlni mm
a Th i tools are a all oldfashioned oldfashionediv
> qk iv are ar wedgeshaped shaped with
R rap rfr 1 1 th h Idea sij This class cla of pk pkr pick p4ckc
in r jp f At about the time of the dis disrf
ry rf g gold ld in California Californian
IT i hdttd n eed that those who were at atK atat
rk K at that time abandoned the work worknrt
anrj nrt and joined the stampede to the theLirnid
dllfl1ia Lirnid diggings first however
rhln ln tlie tools In an old tunnel for forMoping forping
Moping ping After th the lapse of years yearsel yea
> lilJ1LE1 el caed Cav in and the new shaft shaftQ ahattolinId
Th olinId Iv Q tn o have Intersected I It Itunrt
following S 18 a list of the articles articlesm
und m fll1f > ne wheelbsurow five fly drillsivo drillsivomgle drills in
nd a
mgle jack Matihet twoihain twoihaind twO halnp
ne tta tC a kettle ete thr f Picks three fruit
M d 11 <
roil 1 of fuse bd bldk biaeksmiths K miths sledg
rnmer 0 flrfl one nc tnt n on one P pwdtr dpr can CRTIels aTI I
Shvel5 hnE
els one on stone masons ham
ltr >
tll t
1 gimlets two bullet molds tw twTh >
files bottle of Ink a penholder two twostools twostools twostools
stools one teapot one crowbar one onewindlass ollewindlass onewindlass
windlass tub box of gun caps box of ofgiant otgiant ofgiant
giant powder caps and scraper scraperThe scraperThe scraperThe
The list of tools was written with the theInk theInk theink
Ink and was subscribed to by b these wit witnesses wltDe witnesees ¬
nesses De Iie8 F J Brereton George Chris Christopherson Chritopber Christopherson
topherson topber on William Christopherson ChristophersonFrank
Frank Fullmer and H F Gear The Thepen Th Thpen Thepen
pen in the holder was badly corroded corrodedas
as were also the canteen and teapot A Aflfte A1Ifte AflCe
flfte specimen of galena ore was also aUofound alJfound alsofound
found The men who subscribed sub crlbed then thennames theltaame8 theirnames
names to the list J1 t of articles are well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known and oldtime residents of Bing Bingham Bingham Bingham ¬
ham hamThe hamThe hamThe
The list was brought to town by J E EDow EDow EDow
Dow who is interested lotere ted in that part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the uMtrict The ink seems to have h ve lost lostbut lostbut lostbut
but little of ollts Us lustre by b reason re on of th theffects thoetIeets theffects
effects of time the writing can easily easilybe
be read readThe readThe readThe
The local history of mining in thin thinregion Ualrlregion thisregion
region does not take account of opera operations opeI4Uons operations ¬
tions as nearly nearl as 1S49 but there is lit little little littie ¬
tle doubt that work was done at that thattime thattime thattime
time The authentic history of the or organization orIzatlon orgenization ¬
ganization Izatlon of the West Mountain min mining mlnlug rainlag ¬
lug district is that troops tatkmed In InTooele InTooele inTooele
Tooele county in the spring of 1SW 1SWfound 1864found 1564found
found indications of mineral did a lit little little littie ¬
tle digging and organized the West WestMountain WeatMountain WestMountain
Mountain district Their stakes and lo locations locations locatlons ¬
cations covered a wide kle expanse of ter territory territoo territory ¬
ritory Includingvdhat Is now the camp campof
or Bingham When the military was waslthdralT wasvithdrann vaswithdrawn
withdrawn from the territory most of ofhe ofhe ofhe
he amateur miners abandoned their theirlaims thElrlaims theiriaims
laims never to return A few how howeer howEHr however
ever tame back when their ternr f fenlitment fenlitnwnt fcn1itnient
enlitment expired and became b < > Ctlmp perma permanently permanently
nently idenUned with the mining in industry Industry Industry ¬
dustry of the territory
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FALL IN S SAsiatics SilVER SilVERSTOPS SILVERTOPSEXPORTS
STOPS TOPSEXPORTS TOPSEXPORTSAsiaticsNo fXPORTS fXPORTSAsiatics
Asiatics AsiaticsNo No Longer Able to Buy Buyin B4Yin
in This Country CountrvOpin CountrvOpinion Count iOpin iOpinion Opin Opinion ¬
ion of J J Hill HillOttawa HillOttawa HillOttawa
Ottawa Canada June 22 22The The seri serious serious zen zenOlin ¬
ous check to t American exports to the theOrient th thOrient thOrient
Orient resulting re8ul ng from the great falling fallingIn
In the silver exchanges last year Is at attracting attracting attractlng ¬
tracting Increasing attention on the Pa Pacific p pclfic Pacific ¬
cific coast A league which describes describesItself describesitself describesItself
Itself as the Fair Exchange League has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been organized in Ottawa to keep the theissues thel theissues
issues l sues before the Dflminlon parliament parliamentIt
It advocates the adoption of the Gosch Goschen
en plan of 1881 jointly by the British Britishempire Britishempire Britishempire
empire and theUnited States with open openmints openmints openmints
mints in India as before 1893 1893The 1893The 1893The
The new movement has secured a aqualified aqualified aqualified
qualified indorsement from J J Hill of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Great Northern railway He says saysWe saysre saysWe
We re must await the proposals of the themonetary themonetary themonetary
monetary commission at Washington WashingtonThe
The silver problem is full of difficulties difficultiesI
I wish It were possible to igpore it But Butour Butour Butour
our consuls in Asia sia warn us that at the thepresent thepre thepresent
present pre ent rate of silver exchange Asia Asiahas Asiahas Asiahas
has ceased to import our wheat or flour flouror
or lumber that the Shanghai merchants merchantswho
who eighteen months since bought the thesovereign thesovereign thesovereign
sovereign or five gold dollars with five fivetaels fivetaels fivetaels
taels must now pay nearly eight taels taelsthe taelsthe taelsthe
the result is disaster dl aster he no longer longerbuys longerbus longerbuys
buys
VISITS MOUNTAIN RfSORT RfSORTE SORT SORTE
E H Harriman at Semmering Aus Austria Austria Austria ¬
tria Where He Will Undergo Pre Prescribed Prescribed Prescribed ¬
scribed Course of Treatment TreatmentVienna TreatmentVienna TreatmentVienna
Vienna June 22 Accompanied by the themembers themembers themembers
members of his family E H Harriman Harrimanleft
left Vienna this afternoon for the Sem Semmering Semmerlng Semmeting ¬
meting a mountain resort about fifty fiftymiles fiftymiles fiftymiles
miles from the Austrian capital The Theparty Theparty Theparty
party will return to Vienna in a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days daysMr daysMr daysMr
Mr Harrlmans condition was re reported reported reported ¬
ported as good goodProfessor goodProle goodProfessor
Professor Prole or Struempell Mr Harrlmans Harrlmansphysician Ilnrrlmansphysician Harrimansphysician
physician was questioned today tod y regard regarding regardIng regarding ¬
ing his hi patient He said the magnates magnatescondition magnatescondition magnatescondition
condition was neither alarming nor nordangerous nordangerous nordangerous
dangerous He is affected with a ner nervous nerous nervous ¬
vous ailment but It Is not serious and andhe andhe andhe
he will have to undergo a prescribed prescribedcure
cure The professor profes or said Mr Harriman Harrimanfelt
felt well and was able to attend to his hisbusiness hisbwHness hisbusiness
business duties dutiesDr dutiesDr dutiesDr
Dr Holseknecht has taken an Xray Xrayphotograph Xrayphotograph Xrayphotograph
photograph of Mr Harriman which whichcorroborates whichcorroborates whichcorroborates
corroborates the diagnosis of Professor ProfessorStruemDeil ProfessorStruempelJ ProfessorStruempell
StruemDeil StruemDeilSemmering StruempelJSemmerlng StruempellSemmering
Semmering June St IE E H Harriman Harrimanarrived Harrimanarrived Harrimanarrived
arrived this afternoon and wont to the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Panhans where a suite had been beenengaged beenengaged beenengaged
engaged for him and his family Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman MrHarriman
Harriman appeared to be in excellent excellenthealth excellenthealth excellenthealtiL
health
USE OF SUGGESTION OFSUGGESTIONHomeopathist SUGGESTIONHomeopathlst SUGGESTIONHomeopathist
Homeopathist Believes It Should Be BeStudied BeStudied BeStudied
Studied and Taught TaughtDetroit TaughtDetroit TaughtDetroit
Detroit June 22 2The The spread of Ed Eddyistn Eddyl8m Eddyiem
dyistn and the Emmanuel movement movementmerely moe movementmerely nt ntmerely
merely emphasizes the fact that we uehave wehave wehave
have another potent weapon at our ourcommand ourcommand ourcommand
command said Dr William H Heftenbach Heffenbach Hef Heffenbach
fenbach of New York in his annual annualpresidential annualpresidential annualpresidential
presidential address today to the Na National National National ¬
tional Society Soc ty of Physical Therapeutics Therapeuticsaffiliated Therapeuticsaffiliated Therapeuticsaffiliated
affiliated with the American Institute Instituteof
of Homeopath > which is In session sessionhere sessionhere sessionhere
here hereThe
The use i of > f suggestion sugg < ston to patients patientscontinued patlfmtont patientsCOntinUed
continued ont Inuf > d th tip doctor should be studied studiedrind stUdiedalHI studiedatli
rind taught t < a as houd pprv ry other agent agentpromlstug agentpromising agentpromlatag
promising relief r lid in the cure of the thesick tbtsick thesick
sick
FRENCH FLEET IN INBAD
4 BAD BADCONDITION BADCONDITIONCondemnation CONDITION CONDITIONCondemnation
Condemnation of f Naval Ad Administration Administration Administration ¬
ministration by a Parlia Parliamentary Parliamentary Parliamentary ¬
mentary Commission CommissionParis Commis jon jonParis JonParis
Paris June 22 22The The report of the par parliamentary parliamentary parliamentary ¬
liamentary commission comml8 1OJl which investi investigated 1ne Invesugated U Ugated ¬
gated the naval scandals in France has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been turned in It is a scathing con condemnation condemnation condemnation ¬
demnation of the naval administration administrationfor 1 1for
for the last ten years e ra and It makes mak an anastounding ana8toundlng anastounding
astounding exposure of the deplorable deplorablecondition deplorabJecondition deplorablecondition
condition of the fleet for which France Francehas Francehas Francehas
has spent 700OOOOM 100000 since 18M 18MThe 1 1The 18SThe
The 360 pages of the report are filled filledwith filled1th filledwith
with details of the inefficiency resulting
from confusion confu fon and red tape ta e conditions conditionsthat
that make French naval construction constructioncost
cost co t 25 per cent more than English or orGerman orGennan orGerman
German As an evidence of these meth methods methods mothods ¬
ods it is pointed out that the manufac manufacture ¬
ture of cast iron shells of large caliber calibercondemned calibercondemned calibercondemned
condemned after the accident to the thebattleship thebattle thebattieship
battleship battle hlp Ions continued In larger largerquantities lalgerquantltie largerquantities
quantities than ever for two years The ThePa ThePatrie ThePatnie
Pa Patrie trie the Republique and other ships shipsof
of this class cla were found equipped with withsecondary withsecondary ith ithsecondary
secondary guns of a model of 1SS6 in instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of 1M2 as the specifications speclflcatlonsrequi re required required ¬
quired quiredNeither qui quiredNeither red redNeither
Neither the ammunition nor the guns gunsfor gunsfor gunsfor
for the ships of the Danton type to be becompleted becompletedn becompleted
completed 4n 1911 will be ready re d before
1914 and France has not a single dry
dock capable of accommodating these thesevessels thetevNsels thesevessels
vessels when they thoyare are a finished
I
NEBRASKA NEBRASKAGUARANTY GUARANTY LAW LAWFiftytwo LAWFlftytwo LAWFiftytwo
Fiftytwo Banks Unite to Fight the theSuit theSuit theSuit
Suit in Federal Court CourtLincoln CourtLincoln CourtLincoln
Lincoln Neb June 22 2John John L Web Webster Webster Vebster ¬
ster of ofOmaha and Senator W V Allen Alienattorneys Allenattorneys Allenattorneys
attorneys for the banking Interests of ofNebraska ofNbraska ofNbraska
Nbraska opposed to the state bank de deposit deposit deposit ¬
posit guaranty law yesterday filed a asuit asuit asuit
suit in the federal court here for a re restraining rest mestraining ¬
straining st lnlng order against the state bank banking bankIn bankIng ¬
ing In board and Samuel Petterson Its Itssecretary Itssecretary itssecretary
secretary secretaryThe
The petition asks that the state board boardbe
be forbidden to levy an assessment to toguarantee toguarantee toguarantee
guarantee bank deposits It aks that thatPetterson thatPettelllOn thatPettereon
Petterson be prevented from rom taking hiM hlwseat hiMseat hisseat
seat seatFiftytwo seatFiftytwo
seatFlttytwo
Fiftytwo banks national and state statehave statehave statehave
have joined in the pleading It Is al alleged alleged alieged ¬
leged that the new ne act is conflscatory conft catorr
YOUNG BRYAN TO WED WEDDenver WEDDenver
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Denver June 22 22William William Jennings JenningsBryan JenningsBlj8n JenningsBryan
Bryan accompanied accompan by Mrs Bey Bnyan an his hiedaughter hlBdaughter hisdaughter
daughter Mrs Ruth Leavitt and his hisson hison hisson
son William Jennings Bryan jr ar arrived arrived arilved ¬
rived in Denver this morning on their theirway theirway theirway
way to Grand Lake Colo where the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage of Miss Helen Berger of Mil Milwaukee Milwaukee Muwaukee ¬
waukee and the younger Mr lr Bryan Br an will willtake willtake viiltake
take place tomorrow Mr Bryan who whowill whowill whowill
will lecture here Friday evening de declared doclareti ¬ 1 1c1ared
clared he was not a candidate for the theNebraska theNebraska 1
Nebraska senatorship I
Have The Herald HeraldSent HeraldSent HeraldSent
Sent to Your Summer SummerAddress SummerAddress SummerAddress
Address AddressSubscribers Addresssubscribers Addressubscribers
Subscribers need only to keep this thisoffice thisoffice thisoffice
office informed as to their where whereabouts whereabouts whereabouts ¬
abouts and the address will be bechanged bechanged bechanged
changed as often as desired Send Sendnotice Sendnotice Sendnotice
notice to the Circulation Depart Department Departmente Departinent
ment Telephones Independent
357 and 366 Bell Exchange 20
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BRADY URGtD TO TOGET TOGET
GET INTO FIGHT FIGHTWar
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War Between BetweenUniversity University of ofIdahoand ofIdaho ofIdahoand
Idahoand Idaho and Experimental ExperimentalStation ExperimentalStation ExperimentalStation
Station Is Bitter BitterSpecial Bitterpecial BitterSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoi HeraldBoise
Boise Boi Ida June 22 Thetrouble be between between betweeti ¬
tween the faculty at tfleUniversity tJf Unlversity of ofIdaho ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho and the experimental station ta lon staff staffhas statbas staffhas
has grown to such an extent that agri agriculturists agrlculturl8ts agrieulturlats ¬
culturists now fear their r college Is to be bedestroyed bed bedestroyed
destroyed d trooed at least ItB t temporarily unless unlesssome unleesOme unlesssome
some action is taken by Governor Bra Brady Brad Brady ¬
dy d The chief executive is i being urged urgedto
to cause an nvestigation especially by bythe bythe bythe
the friends of Professor French whose whoseresignation wiJoeeresignation wloseresignation
resignation as the head of the school schoolbrought schoolbrought schoolbrought
brought out many sensational charges chargesand
and who ho in turn giving reasons for his hisaction hl8action hisaction
action declared that the agricultural agriculturalfunds
funds of the college had been misappro misapprojwiated misappropriated ¬
priated under the direction of Presi President PreeIdent Preeldent ¬
dent Maclean of the university Gov Governor Governor 0eventer ¬
ernor Brady stated that he was care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully considering various phases of the thecontroversy thecontroversy thecontroversy
controversy as presented to him but butmade butmade butmade
made no announcement as to whether whetherhe
he would cause an investigation investigationExperimental investigaUonExperimental investigationExperimental
Experimental station men protest protestmost proteatm6et protestmost
most vigorously Ylgorou ly against any charge of ofincompetency ofincompetency ofIncompetency
incompetency on the part of the former formerhead formerhead formerhead
head of the agricultural school Profes Professor ¬
sor French they assert Is known by byall b ball byall
all leading agriculturists and horticul horticulturists horUculturl horticultunlets ¬
turists turl ta in Idaho and would of their own ownknowledge ownknowledge ownknowledge
knowledge refute and such reflection reflectionconcerning re reflectionconcerning tIon tIonconcerning
concerning his ability abilityProfessor abilityPtorr abilityProfessor
Professor J R Shinn of the horticul horticultural horticultural horticultural ¬
tural department and Professor Profea or J S SJones SJonN SJones
Jones agriculture and chemistry of ofMoscow ofMoscow ofMoscow
Moscow representing the t e members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the experimental station staff came to toBoise toBoise toBoise
Boise for the purpose pu of laying the po position position position ¬
sition of the agricultural college author authorities authorlUes authorIlies ¬
ities before the governor A formal formalstatement formalstatement formalstatement
statement suggesting the necessity for foran foran foran
an investigation has been presented by bythe bythe bythe
the staff
CHARGES CHARGESGROUNDLESS CHARGESGROUNDLESSDistrict GROUNDLESS GROUNDLESSDistrict
District Attorney Breckons of Hawaii HawaiiVictim HawaiiVictim HawaiiVictim
Victim of Unjust Accusation AccusationHonolulu AccusationHonolulu AccusationHonolulu
Honolulu June 22 2Rev Rev Ed Edward ard B BThwing BThwing BThwlng
Thwing whom the grand Jury censureJ censureJyesterday C4msureJyesterday censurejyesterday
yesterday for filing charges against againstUnited aplnatoUnited againstUnited
United States District Attorney R W WBreckons WBreckons Y YBreckons
Breckons which it declared to he hegroundless hegroundle8 begroundless
groundless has renewed rene ed his accusations accusationsagainst accuttonsagainst accusationsagainst
against Mr Ir Brekons and states that thathe thathe thathe
he will press them before the depart department departmont ¬ I Iment
ment of justice In Washington WashingtonMr I IIr
Mr Ir Thwing tiled charges against Mr MrBreckons MrBreckona MrBreckons
Breckons with the department of jus justice justice justke ¬
tice some time ago The United States Statesdistrict Stat Statdistrict Statendistrict
district attorney for the territory sen senin sent eentIn sentIn
in his resignation but Attorney Gen General Gelleral Gemeral ¬
eral Wickersham requested him to towithdraw t towithdraw < J Jwithdraw
withdraw it and to continue in office officeMr offlceMr officeMr
Mr Thwing brought various charges chargesa chargraagahust chargnsagainst
a against gams t Mr Breckons administration
WRIGHTS AT FORT MYER MYEROrville MYEROrville MYEROrville
Orville Will Probably Make a Flight FlightThursday FlightThursday FlightThursday
Thursday or Friday FridayWashington FridayWashington FridayWashington
Washington June 22 ftThe The propellers propellerswere
were set in placp on the Wrights aero aeroplane aeroplane neroplane ¬
plane at Fort Myer yer today With the theexception tbeexeptlon theexception
exception of the motor the machine Is Ispractically Ispractlt8l1y Ispractically
practically ready for a flight flightTomorrow filghtTomorro flightTomorrow
Tomorrow the brothers will tn installthe Install Installthe tall tallthe
the motor It will probably be impossi impossible Impo Impoble ¬
ble for Orville Wright to make a flight flightbefore flightbefore ightbefore
before Thursday or Friday FridayIn
In order to Insure a clear field for the theaeroplantsts tbeaeroplanlsts theaeroplanists
aeroplantsts and to prpent any acci accident accident ¬ I Ident
dent happening to the spectators Major MajorFred MajorFred I IFred
Fred S Foultz has been Iw > n detailed to tomaintain tomaintain tomaintain
maintain a rompipte patrol of the field fieldover fieldover fieldover
over which orville will fly flyThousands flyThou8Bnds flyThousands
Thousands are expected to attend the theflights theI
I flights including President Taft I
THOSE WHO DID DIDNOT DIDNOT
NOT OBSERVE OBSfRVRONGDOING OBSERVEWRONGDOING
WRONGDOING RONGDOINGMany
Many Witnesses on the Stand Standin
in Sensational Gould GouldDivorce GouldDivorce GouldDivorce
Divorce Case CaseHOTEL CaseHOTEL CaseHOTEL
HOTEL MEN SERVANTS SERVANTSAND
AND OTHERS TESTIFY TESTIFYADDITIONAL TESTIFYADDITIONAL TESTIFYADDITIONAL
ADDITIONAL COUNSEL FEE OF
10000 ALLOWED PLAINTIFF PLAINTIFFBUT
BUT LESS THAN ASKED
6 44 44New 0 0New +
< 3 > New York June 22 tWbile While eons eounsel counsel eonseel
< > sel for Katherine Clemmons Gould Gouldt 0 0brought < i ibrought >
t brought up a reinforcement of ofwltnlMeS ofwitnesses i iwitnesses >
witnesses in one part of the su 8Upreme enpreme if iff
f preme court today to combat the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges of intoxication and mis misi misconduct i iconduct >
i conduct made by b the defense in inher loher inher
her suit I > for separation from her herhusband hert herhusband < < >
t > > husband Howard Gould the plain plalntiff plaintiff i is >
s > > tiff won won a victory in another part partof pertof HIrt HIrtot < >
of the court by a decision of Jus Juss Justice < > >
i s > tice Gelgerich He ruled that Mrs JllraGould < i it e eGould >
t > Gould shall be allowed an addi additional addltlonal additional <
< > tional counsel fee of 10000 at the theexpense theexpense I Iexpense >
expense of her husband An allow allowance allowS allowance < <
< < S > ance of 5000 0O0 was made to Mrs MrsGould < S SGould a aGould
> Gould last fall for the prosecution prosecutionof pro eeutlon eeutlonof >
< < > of her suit While this feature was w wbeing wasbeing < SN SNbeing
> being decided Justice Dow DoUng ling con cont continued b btlnued
< < t > tbiued to hear the case proper properS properHotel <
o < S > Hotel proprietor and hotel manager managerwho managero managerwho <
o > who denied knowledge of any mi andue mii Ino >
o < i > due intimacy between Mrs Gould G Gouldand Uld < cwand S SJ > >
wand < J > and Dustfn Farnum as the defense defensei < i ialleges > >
o i > alleges employes of Castle Ca tle Gould Gouldmembers Gouldmembers v vmembers
members of the crew of th Gould Gouldyacht 0 0S < s >
4 < S > yacht Niagara hotel chefs hair halrb hairdressers < J Jt
< t b > dressers and seamstresses eam tresse8 who whoJ whotestified 1 1testified
< J > testified lo Mrs Goulds sobriety sobrletybo sobrietyon < s sj >
o < j > on occasions occas fHuJ that they could re mecall v 0 0calJ
< 3 > call constituted the bulk of the theS thetestimony < > >
< 30 S > testimony of the reserve re erve forces forceswhich 3 3which iwhich >
> which were were called by Mrs Mx nr Gould Gouldslawyer 0 0o < s slawyer >
o < > lawyer tooay There are thirty or orj ormore <
4 < j > more such witnesses wJtn8 lC8 to be called calledJustice calledo calledJustice <
o > Justice Ju tl e Dowling announced that thatwould < v vwould t tto
< to > would sit tomorrow night until untili untilthe
i i > > the case was finished finishedNew finishedNew finishedNew
New York June 38 2The The task of re rebutting rebutting rebutting ¬
butting the testimony of using profane profanelanguage protanelanguage profanelanguage
language and Intoxicants on the part of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Katherine Clemmons Gould who whois
is suing her hsband Howard Gould Gouldfor Gouldfor Gouldfor
for separation and alimony was cod ccatinued CCalUnued codtinued
tinued at the trial today Mr Shearn Shearnthirty Shearnlalftt Shearnkapiainttf
kapiainttf lalftt seu pII ptIa saidgehadabouL saidgehadabouLthirty ihhadab9H ihhadab9Hthirty
thirty mare witnesses w1trte leS to mil 1 and andMrs that thatMrs 1at 1 1Hrs
Mrs Gould would w uld probably pr bably testify testifyagain testifyagain
again The case is I expected to occupy occupyseveral oecupyMveral occupyseveral
several days more of court courtJames courtJame courtJames
James J Brennan who war we employed employedas
as a foreman at Castle Gould from fromMay fromMay fromMay
May 1W4 to May Ia 1386 testified that be heoften beoften beoften
often met Mrs Gould on the estate e tate and andnever andnever andnever
never saw M w her intoxicated or heard heardher heardher heardher
her use abusive language Brennan din disputed dilImted dinlUtSd ¬
puted the testimony of Carlson Carl on the thecoachman tll tllcoachman thecoachman
coachman to the effect that he took tookMrs tookZtlu tookMrs
Mrs Gould driving on the brake in Oc October October October ¬
tober 1904 when she was so Intoxicated Intoxicatedhe
he drove with one hand using the other otherarm otherarm otherarm
arm to prevent her from falling Bren Brennan Brennan Brennon ¬
nan said he saw Mrs Gould and Carl Carlson Carlson Carlson
son start out on that occasion and that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she mounted the high steps of the brake brakewith brakewith brakewith
with agility and appeared in a perfect perfectly ¬
ly normal condition conditionNeither conditionNeither conditionNeither
Neither Drank Nor Swore SworeFrank SworeFrank SworeFrank
Frank J Bolin who was chef aboard aboardthe aboardthe aboardthe
the yacht Niagara during the summer summerof
of 1903 and again in 1906 said he never neversaw neversaw neversaw
saw Mrs Gould under the influence In uence of ofliquor ofliquor
liquor nor n r heard her swear swe r at the ser servants aervantil sonantn ¬
vants vantsMorris vantilMorris antnMoths
Morris Beneach a member of a firm firmof IIrmof firmof
of hairdressers for women testified that thathe thathe thathe
he had dressed Mrs Goulds hair on onmany onmany JIImany
many occasions ca8101UJ He remembered on onparticular 0 one oneparticular I Iparticular
particular instance in February 1W6 1W6when 1 1when 1106when
when Mrs Gould attended Miss Lands Landsbury Landburys Landsburys
burys wedding in this city clt about which whichMr wJdchMr whichMr
Mr Shearn asked him He said Mrs MrsGould MrsGould Ira IraGould
Gould showed no signs sl ns of having drank drankanything drankanything
anything at that time She was charged chargedwith chargetith chargesiwith
with ith intoxication on that occasion He Hesaid Heeald Hesaid
said lie I accompanied Mrs Gould on the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip to Palm Beach Be ch and dressed dre eed her herhair herhair herhair
hair twice a day dayHow dayHow dayHow
How long does it take to dress a aladys alads aladys
ladys hair asked Mr Ir Shearn ShearnIf
If you oou are very particular it takes takesan
an hour sometimes less le a answered antl ere4 the thewitness thewltDe88 thewitness
witness witnessThe wltDe88The witnessThe
The witness said he bad never neversmelled nev neversmelled 1 1smelled
smelled liquor on Mrs Goulds breath breathor
or seen her under Its influence upon any anyof anyof anyof
of the occasions when he had dressed dressedher drtttielher dresserlher
her hair
Meeting With Farnum FarnumI Farn m mi
I i William R Lyon proprietor of the theCarroll theCarroll theCarro4l
Carroll hotel in Lynchburg Va testi testified teattfled testifled ¬
fled in regard to Mrs Goulds stay at atthe dotthe t tthe
the hotel in November 1906 when the thedefense thedefEIIIIe thedefanse
defense contend that Dustin Farnum Farnumand Farnamand Farnumand
and Mrs Gould were there together and andate andate andate
ate their meals in Mrs Gould rooms roomsThe roo rooTh roomsThe
The witness produced a bill dated Nov
19 1916 IMS made out to Mrs Gould charg charging chargIng charging ¬
ing her 21 1 for one and threequarter threequarterdays
days board at the Carroll hotel The TheContinued TheContinued TheContinued
Continued on Page 6
HORSEMEN EN TO TOPRESENT TOPR TOPRESENT l
PRESENT PR SfNT PIES PIESQuestion PHAFOR PLEAFOREXTENSION I 2 2f 2i 2t 2t 2i
FOR FOREXTENSION FOREXTENSIONQuestion tXHNSION tXHNSIONQuestion t i
1 1j 1t
Question of Allowing Races to toContinue toContinue toContinue j 1j
Continue Will Be Decided Decidedby
by Fair Board Today TodayOWNERS TodayOWNERS TodayOWNERS r
OWNERS SAY 40 DAYS DAYS5RACING DAYSRACING DAYSRACING
RACING WAS PROMISED PROMISEDMANY
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t
MANY BUSINESS MEN ON REC RECORD RECORD RECORD ¬
ORD AS OPPOSED TO THE THEPROPOSITION THEPROPOSITION THEPROPOITION i 1i 1
I
PROPOSITION PROPOSITIONA
A special meeting of the directors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State st Fair association win wmthI8 be bethis hsM hsMthis
this afternoon at which a final finalwin 41w1Jr41R 41w1Jr41RwiD <
win be reached on the question of t UM UMextension u uexerudon tMextension
extension of the lease of the Utah UtahJockey UcallJockey UtahJockey
Jockey club which is holding a racing racingmeeting nLeID nLeIDnaeetinK racingmeeting
meeting at the fair grounds The orig original original original ¬
inal lease was for a period of o thirty thirtydays thlft thlftda78 thirtydays
days which expires Friday The Jockey Jockeyclub Joc Jocclub Jockeyclub
club has been anxious for an extension extensionof l i
of the lease for ten days da following Fri Friday FrIdjLy Fridy ¬
day and for twenty days following the thefair thefllr thefur
fair in the fall fallSince fallSince fallSince
Since the beginning of the meeting airetingAit eftlngan
an intensely Inten strong sentiment has blnlveloped de developed doveloped ¬
veloped against its continuant beyond beyondthe
the limits of the original thirty days daysPresident daysPreldent daysPresident
President James O McDonald of the thefair thefalr thefair
fair association believes that thirty thirtydays thirtydays thirtydays
days racing is enough and some time timeago timeago timeago
ago made a definite announcement that thatthis thatthill thatthis
this will be the limit of the meeting meetingMr meetiDlfMr
Mr McDonald made de this announcement announcementbelieving announcementbelieving announcementbelieving I
believing that there would be no oppo opposition oppoftion opponition ¬
sition to the termination of the lea lease e on onthe onthe onthe
the part of other members mtm beMl of the fair fairboard fairboard fairboard
board Such opposition however has hasdeveloped hasdeveloped hasdeveloped
developed and there is a prospect of a adivision adivision
division on the question at todays todaysmeeting tia tiameeting todaysmeeting I
meeting though thu h little doubt Is felt that thata
a majority of the thirteen member mtmbers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board will I h b4 found In favor of the thediscontinuance thediacontilluanf thediseontiiiuane
discontinuance of the racing racingPlea radngPlea racingPlea
J
Plea of the Horsemen HorsemenIt
It was aM stI nd id yesterday at the race racetrack rac4Itrack racetrack
track that a large < committee represent representing ¬
ing the home owners ow tiers would appear be before before before ¬
fore the board to urge the extension of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the meeting Thin method would be beadopted beadopted beadopted
adopted it wax said to secure ten days daysadditional dayeadditional daysadditional
additional racing upon the plea that thatthe tbtthe thatthe
the owners had brought their horses horseshere honehere horseshere i
here expecting forty days racing and andhad andhad andhad
had Involved themselves in expenses expensesthey ex expensesthey nlMll nlMllthey t
they would not be able to meet unless unlessthe unJeaatbe unlessthe
the meeting continued for forty days daysThe daYLThe daysThe
The horsemen will 11 urge that inasmuch inasmucha I
a no u tns martins 1IC was wtahoeItI advertised etI1er for forty fortylays fertyt fortyTL
lays TL that t stakes and purses to be run runoff runoft runoft i
oft were advertised and that this was waseon a aconsideration aconsideration
consideration eon tderaUon under which they were wereinduced wereInd wereinduced
induced Ind to bring the horses to the track trackthe trackthe trackthe
the sudden discontinuation of the meet meetwill JMetwill meetwill
will work a hardship on them themPetition themPetition themPetition i
Petition Was Circulated CirculatedSeveral CirculatedSeveral CirculatedSeveral 1
Several da das > s ago some business men menbegan menbegan muonbegan
began the circulation of a petition which whichreceived wblchreceived whichreceived
received a number of signatures before beforeMr 18eforeMr beforeMr
Mr McDonalds announcement made madefurther madefurther madeZurther
further circulation of the petition un unnecessary unnecessary unnecessary ¬
necessary In the short time the peti petition petition polltion ¬
tion was in circulation it received the thesignatures thenawns theaignatores
4
signatures nawns of a considerable number of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the principal business men of the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The text of the petition follows followsSalt followsSalt followsSalt 1
Salt Lake City Utah June 11 1 1To 1911 1911To < s sTo i
To His Excellency Governor William WilliamSpry WllttamSpry WilliamSpry fi
Spry and the Directors of the Utah UtahState HtabState UtahState
State Fair Association of the State of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah fiI
Utah UtahGentlemen UtahGentlemEn UtahGentlemen
Gentlemen We the undersigned under gnefl cltl cltlaen clttaas citizeus
zeus of the state of Ttah respectfully respectfullypetition respectfullypeUtJon respectfullypetition t I
petition as follows That ThatWhereas ThatWttereaa ThatWtereas
Whereas the said Utah State Fair as association aaIIOclation assodation ¬
sociation has leased the fair grounds in inSalt InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake City Utah to a racing or orJockey Otjockey orjockey
Jockey club for a period of thirty days daysending daysending daysending
ending June 25 Z next with the right of ofrenewal ofrenewal ofreiwl IL
renewal for ten days < la > s immediate immediately fol following following foilowing ¬
lowing said date and with the right of ofa ofa ofa
a renewal of twenty da days > s in the fall of ofthe oftoo ofthe
the year at the option of the directors directorsof dlrect ra raof ILi
of said I Utah tah State Fair association and andWhereas aDdWMTeaIl andWhereas
t
Whereas the operation of said jockey jockeydub JodEeyclub Jookeyclub
club entails and necessitates the making makingof i J
of bets and selling 1I1D < < of pools and andWhereas andVobertas andWhereas
Whereas such betting and pool selling sellingmakes selllllgmake sellingmakes
makes a serious er monetary drain upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the community and entails sorrow and andsuffering andsutterlng andsuffering
suffering upon many unprotected peo people peopIe pe0ple ¬
ple pleTherefore Therefore we the undersigned eMseae eMseaedo
do hereby petition that the contract contraetIn BW BWIn us usin
In operation be not n t extended either for torthe t forthe r rtile
the period of ten days foltowiac fol folZii fOIIeWII JVMS 3 III IIII F
25 2 or for any other period periodRespectfully periodRe partedRespectfully
Respectfully Re submitted submittedList submittedList bmlttedList I
List of the Signers SignersCharles lIftersCItarIM lgacrsCharles
Charles Bead BeadHarvey Be BeHarvey ReadHarvey
Harvey J Jones J0De8J
3 H Leyson Co C R JLprelllllt PsarsaB vespreldet vies viespresident J
president presidentHeber l lHeber IRebem 1
Heber M Wells WeI former formerretary formerretary guvea guvearetary 1I
retary and manager er Utah UtahTrust UtahTnsatCs 8Mta A ATrut I
Trust TnsatCs TnsatCsw CoW Co CoW
W Mont Ferry 1en7Keitbo councilman lanHnlhM lanHnlhMKeithOBrfen alglintleithOBrleu
KeithOBrfen Keitbo Brie C Cs H W Walksr W Wa mao BMHager maoager
ager agerJohn a agerJohn er erJohn
John A Street attorney attorneyM
X H Walker head of Walker Broth Brothers No4kess ¬
ers bankers bankersL
L 1 H Farnsworth cashier ca ler Walker WalkerBrothers W8IkerIkott8B WaxierNro
Brothers Nro bank bankW hankw
W E Lake with Walker WalkerW Walkerbank Nr Nrw
bank bankW r
W 8 McCornick banker bankerH
H S Young y cashier Deserat Xatlssttl XatlssttlW X tst tstheaL I IlulL
lulL heaLw lulLW
W W Biter pre president ldeat ldeatContinued Deseret Mv MvContinued w wCentinued
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Continued on Page 7
MAUDE ADAMS AS JOAN OF ARC SCORES SCORESTRIUMPH SCORESTRIUMPH SCORESTRIUMPH
TRIUMPH IN INTHE THE HARVARD MARV ARD STADIUM
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Cambridge Mass June 22 The ex experimenJt experlmel1 exporiment
perimenJt of producing Schiller s Maid Maidof
of Orleaps beneath starry skies with wltnclose withclose withclose
close approach to the historic detail detailsurrounding detaltsurrounding detIAsurrounding
surrounding the bright figure of the lit fifteenth IIfteenth littemnth ¬
teenth century was carried out wltn wltnconsiderable wltaconsiderable witoconsiderable
considerable success tonight In the theHarvard th thHarvard theHarvard
Harvard stadium by Miss Maude MaudeAdams HaudeAdamI MaudeAdams
Adams and a company numbering numberingabout numHrlngabout numberingabout
about 2000 000 persons The greater part partof partf partof
of f the working force of the Frohman Frohmansyndicate Frohman8yndl Frobmaneyedicate
syndicate 8yndl te was actively engaged in the theproduction theproduction theproduction
production productionThe
The beauties of Schillers lines and andthe andthe andthe
the magnitude of the plan of roproduc reproduction ¬ I IUon
tion combined to make tho few hours houtiIn
In the stadium this evening a period of ofintense ofIntense ofintense
intense pleasure The historic settings settingswere
were fully maintained throughout from fromthe fromthe rom romthe
the little pastoral scene In Joans fath fathers fathers fathers ¬
ers home with the flocks of hvitfg hvitfgsheep IiYitgsheep iivigsheep
sheep and actual trees of the forest to tothe tothe tothe
the splendor of the French court tin tinclash tlwclash thclash
clash of the English and French arm armthe arnithe
the coronation pageant and the death deathscene doothscene deathscene I
scene in the cathedral
I
The he motley crowds of serfs were made madeup madeup madeup
up of Harvard students Men of the thertate tbeptate thestate
state militia marched as archers an anI anIspearmeim 1 1spearmen Ipearmell
spearmen in the French and English Englisharmies Englisharmltl Englisharmies
armies Horsemen Hor emen from militia bat batteries batteries battories ¬
teries clattered into the arena in coats coatsof ceatof
of mail while able actora in armor armortramped anntJTtramped armortramped
tramped the greensward and clashed clashedIn
In duels in the most realist manner mannerAnd mannerAnd mannerAnd
And through all the scene threaded the theslim the111m theslim
slim figure cf Miss Adams as the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French maid maldftnt first In a homely homelyants peas peasants peasants ¬ t
ants dress then in a brilliant armor armorand a1lllHand arm armand
and seated on a mkwhit charger chargerand t
and finally fin ir It the th > knightly roitume < that thatit
it < t last became her hmurl shrruuiSpecial hmurlSpecial hrnurtBpeclal
Special electric light plants had been beeninstalled beenInstalled beeninstalled i
installed to supply the hundreds of ofbrilliant ofbrilliant ofbrilliant 5 5J1
brilliant lights needed neededThe neededThe neededThe
The performance moved with remark remarkable remarkable ¬
able smoothness considering c > its Im Immensity Immensity imtnensity ¬
mensity and the fact that opportunity
for repeated rehearsals rhear als had not been beenfound beenfuund beenfound J1 J1j
found foundMiss fuund10IiM foundMIOS J
Miss Adam wa accented aa ovation ovationat
at the end of the performance performanceIf
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