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WedtedaY MopiM, Awoar iy, 1904. THE SAXT XAIvE TRIBTOTE. ' ' page nine H
i - arm . " 1 : i , i n ill l - --- - in - if 1 i I I I I . - " -. - iM
Min Rlembership the
Mi Year Larger Than
mi for Years.
Eyjimt It Is Timo to Stop and
E5ire Into STilitnry Brunch
of tits Order.
nR'ILLE. Ky.. Aug. 1C Tho
'?MLods. which Is the business
int of the Knlqhts oC .Pythias,
fcKfts Fissions today at the Itfa
fcftcater. The attendance was
'WXtter welcoming: addresses and
nm the general meeting of the
'sKwrned until night, and tho ac
Ijrjjeiegatcs went into executive
'io hear the reports of ofllcers.
Kectacular side of the biennial
ment of the Knights of Pythias
Kjatlevras scheduled for today,
s atarting be," nxcd at 3
S'c line of march was thronged
ople. While the weather was
ind several slight heat prostra
' isrc reporteil a good breeze tem
h jmjwhat the strong rays of the
Su iTrt-slx States were In attend-
Son the encampment and each
ii rtted its positional the parade.
&d marshal of the day v was
j Graham, supreme commander
? filiform Bank. The bl-cnnlal rc-
the supreme chancellor, Tracy
. jt, contained the following:
wme Chancellor's Report.
fees under the immediate control
ti mprcme lodge are the same as
,f M eco. A warrant has been is-
-ia lodpo at Farnharo, Quebec,
fr lik applications have been . re
S lokln? to tho institution of lodges
.j mndlanil and In Porto Rico. The
;J? eports received from foreign
Z! low that all of them aro in fairly
r? eondition and that Pythianlsm is
; lite, own In these foreign terrl
At the present time our ability
i 13 limited by the Engllsh-spcak-:JV
,i Would it not be wlso to take
-fj Hon authorizing the printing of
ai 1 In lanjpiages other than tho
Itary Branch, of the Order,;
tJ mtcry branch of the order has
rra ircauso of much concern. Wo
-T? jfrars taken it up on faith, and
js e:me that it Is about time to
ti ;cnough to lake stock and en-
i o. ascertain whether tlie uniform
str - 1'now managed and controlled. Is
li .for a hindrance to the order of
:K: 'flf Pythias. Tin- statistics show
Hi 'are going steadily backward in
L It appears to me, therefore,
ifT reUa something radically wrong
tr: t. branch of the order I am of
til ta thnt nnn nt io piumos In fnrt.
Miwicause, for lack of interest, loss
pBkrehlp and general deterioration
afcwt icme rule, and the fact that
.tsoBt'U overofilccred, overcontrolled,
iV.run lo fcrm rather- than sub
r C3ib! llevo that it Is due the uniform
11 should bo absolutely and
feBrtwvatlQn released from any and
sSBrol by ilu- supreme lodgo, llmlt
HjWBpsrvfohn to that which It may
isi.'Br exercise over any man who
SWi r ' tnc or"h i' of Knights of
tTR mslrt upon such conduct as
"B discredit on the order.
itiiKth-' brightest spots of all the
ajW3 1us bc'n the L-arnest. active
Jfcoawrvatlvt onduct of affairs
ill 'Mi rJ ot control of the endow-
- ViW: Tnt showing made is Itself
iaP comrri! ndatlon of the work of
j.wj'-jne expense of general man
" iMi,11' lhc membership In
i j" outlay in the legal depart--i'Wi'bt
d v,n t0 11 minimum, the
ifftl m ',1cj1 department done on
d fiK f. u 50,1 wltn 8,ic,at care and
-BvL l,D0TWUlint!S3- JHe receiver-
WMZ Cw" N!lt'J'wl bank of Fort
- f'Ri ' ''3 hta closed, the total
ifc'!"1. "ilurv to the order being
'WB51 15 c?oua cnerjrv- exerted eaoli
r;M-r,n,ork of upbuilding this order
lllt b-yend ur.-.l ahead of any
fJcMP.k v" r 11 ot for the
' "JK"1?. r-cr itlr.g effects of the
mrK1' nslo1 for non-payment
rtff wtrakns our U01' politic that
r L '' ri"sly retarded. There
- ,vb rs of tllp ortlL'i- today non
rE& r suspensions of this
iK?n .tnr total active mcmber
'dm r il ono ftniedy-stamp out
JMS-m i I njl m"n" to say that
MMnvL. no Pension at any
' Wp nt of dues, but I do
iKThti01 Vttcr Tor supremo
anJ that the matter of
wtmmTtumn an ev" bcause of
lmSS?1 J''0 wwrer to suspend Is
uimP lQ irenih6rship.
fcU1, L' f supreme
3&WKlJ "Pd ncal- "hows that
l&mv Tr ,0 a"bwr,,'lriate lodges
,MBbaiV ' 'r' anrt thfl total
W?t L LIS ld, 2- wc members.
AK v t ' fe'J'-n 1,1 wembei-3hlp
i, la,r ; , The net
Slaate iin 1 "'f omblnedrwas
J' "l"a z" members.
lltsM Tb Vi ,i was expended
?m s.;'u'cslons for non-
SwWV;,80 matcr of
K' ?1K.i0o. leaving.
SiBir, aci Enrrlar-a- was In the
M Arlr- Hartl. to make
Lf.tvral SCani t relatives
BS1 fro J H,Gl,?'atone Na
r E l "la r,MmrC tney will go
:iMSir aUts,i WItlon. whore Air
..K'tll&oskVfcii;1' botllo8, headed
f HAPPENIN8S ABROAD
PAIIIS, Aug. 1C Russia's protest
against the Japanese violation of Clri
nesc neutrality nt Chofoo has been trans
mitted to tho Mikado's Government by
tho French legation at lloklo, acting
purely as the Intermediary of Russia.
PARIS, Aug. qc. Advices from Morocco
point to the conclusion that the Sultan's
unpleasantness with Great Britain In con
nection with the conllaontlon of tho prop
erty of a British subject will shortly bc
ST. PETERSBURG. An. 1G. The for-,
mal British protest against the treatment
ofnuutral ghlpw was delivered to the Rus
sian Government today. It follows the
lines of Foreign Sccrotary Lansdowne-'s
and Premier Balfour's recent statements
orj the subject in Parliament.
LONDON, Aug. 1C Japan has notillwl
Germany that he Is entirely satislled
with the latter's course towards Hie Rus
sian Tossilte nt Tslng Tan, and Germany
has advised Japan tnut She is Quite will
Ins to permit a Japar.eso vosscl to enter
Tslng Tau harbor.'
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug., lG.-The ad
miralty has Utile information today re
Cording the sea. fight of August 10. or tho
whereabouts of five Ttusslan battleships
and three cruisers unaccounted for. Hope
is still cherished that they escaped.
VLADIVOSTOK, Aug. 1C Viceroy Alix
iefC arrlyed here yesterdny. At the Gov
ernor's house, the. Mayor presented the
Viceroy with bread and salt. lie then
received several deputations. Including
ono from the Chinese Inhabitants.
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 1C Emperor
'Nicholas has decided to recall Gen. Stak
olberg, who was defeated by the Japanese
at Vafangow and Tellssu June 1J and 1G,
In his attempt, to relieve Port Arthur.
LA -PAZ, Boliva, Aug. lC. Senor Monies
hns assumed tho Presidency of the re
public. BERLIN-, Aug. 1C Four columns of
German troops attacked the Hcrcros near
Hamakari, Gorman Southwest Africa, 'on
the night of August 11. The fighting con
tinued all day August 12. The natives
wero defeated with heavy losses. Ger
man los live officers, nineteen men kill
ed: six officers and fifty-two men
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 10. It Is re
sported apparently on good authority that
Emperor William of Germany has asked
for tho privilege of acting as 'ono of the
God-fathers of tho heir. . The christening
will take place August 25.
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug, lC.-Ono of
tho acts of graco signalllzlng tho birth of
an heir to tho throne will be the total
ubllitlon of corporal punishment through
out Russia. A ukasii to this effect is ex
pected to bo issued tomorrow.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. tC.T-Tho con
tracts with the Government obtained by
"Louis Nixon of Now York include tho
construction of several torpedo-boat de
stroyers. TSIN TSIN. Aug. 1C Tho reported vio
lation by tho Japanese of tho neutrality
of China In the capture of tho Russian
torpedo-boat destroyer Ryeshltelnl at
Chefoo has resulted In alienating to a
great extent the sympathy of Chlneso of
ficials for Japan.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 1C Tho news
of the defeat of the Vladivostok squadron
has added another crushing blow to the
reverse before Port Arthur. No public
announcement has yot been made of the
sinking of the Rurlk.
LONDON, Aug. 1C Ambassador Benck
endorff, carrying out the instructions of
Foreign Minister Lamsdorff, presented
this morning to Foreign Secretary Lans
downe an official protest from his Gov
ernment agnlnst the "flagrant violation
of international law and neutrality by
tl;o Japanese torpedo-boat destroyers at
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 1C The Offi
cial Messenger published a dispatch from
Llao Yang which says news from Port
iVrthur announces the Russian casual
ties there in the attack on the fortress
July 2G. 27 and 2S as follows: Killed, two
ofllcers and 24S men; wounded, thlrly-flvo
ofllcers and 1553 men; prisoners, one of
ficer anel ciirhty-three men.
I WHERE WAR RAGES t
CHEFOO. Aug. 10. A telegram just re
ceived from Tslng Tau says that the of
ficers of the Russian battleship Czare
vitch insist that u Japanese battleship
sank within full view during the battle on
tho night of August 10.
CHEFOO. Aug. 10. The Japanese fleet
kept off some distance from the entrance
to Port Arthur during the past night,
fearing danger from torpedoes In the
darkness. The battle, It Is now believed,
will drift Into this vicinity.
TOICIO. Aug. 1C It seems certain that
the Russian protected cruiser Pnllada
was torpedoed and sunk during the naval
battle of August 10. She failed to return
to Port Arthur and has not been reported
TSING TAU, Aug. 10. A Japanco de
stroyer entered tho harbor a short time
ago. having on board the Japanese Ad
mirn! Ikad.uUl and his staff, for tho pur
pose of calling on the Governor of Kiuo
Chou. At the Governor's mansion Gov.
Truppel assured tho Japanese Admiral
that all the Russian ships were disman
tled, SEOUL, Aug. 1C No confirmation Is ob
tainable of the report that a systematic
advance of Russians Into, northwestern
Korea had begun.
TSING TAU, Aug. 10. The Russian bat
tleship Czarevitch and three torptrflo-boat
destroyers now In the hands of the local
German government for repairs have been
SHANGHAI. Aug. 10. It transpires that
the men wounded on board tho Russian
cruiser Askold were almost absolutely
starving when they were brought from
the ship to the municipal hospital her?.
They conmimed food ravenously and now
they arc doing well.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1C Consul-General
Goodnow cabled the State depart
ment from Shanghai today that the Chi
nese taotal had Informed the Russian
Consul-General at Shanghai that the Rus
Blan torpedo boats In that port must de
part at once or disarm
It may be from overwork, but
tho chances are 3ts from an in
v With a .vell conducted LIVER
one can do mountains of labor
ltndds a hundred per cent to
ones earning capacity.
It can be keptin hcalthfulactioti
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I Hi M I iiS
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salt Xiafee & Los Angeles Hailvay.
In effect May 31, 1904;
"OALT LAKE. Alt HI V tl SALiT
No 2. 10:00 a. m. ' No. 1. p. m
No. 4. 2:00 p. in. No. 3, 2:30 p. ill.
No. C, 4:00 u. m. No. 5, l.M p. m.
No. S. ,0 OJ p. m. No. 7. C:30 p. m.
No. lOlOO p. m. No. 9. 7:M p. to.
No. 12. ' TOO p. ra. No, 11, 8:30 p. m.
No. It. R:" p. m. No. 1?.. 10:00 p. m.
No. 10, 0:00 p. m. ' No. 15. 11:15 p. m.
l A RE l'OIt THE ROUND TRIf ij
Sunday, last train loaves aaltalr at 0:o0.
.r. K. LANOFORP. Leasee.
Te immi aesei MQHTREAL
DA: LY ' .
Lv. ST. LOUIS, - - - 9.05 P.M..
Ar. T0R0HT0, - - - 9.1 Q P.M.
Ar. MONTREAL, - - - 7.35 A.M.
Ivory fflonday and ThuraeJay
Lv. ST. LGfJIS, - - 62,30 Noon
Ar. MOHTREAL,- - - 7.85 P.M.
Ar. PORTLAND, - - 8.05 A.M.
(Til HID DAY)
Lv. ST. LOUIS, 9.G0 A.M. S.05 P.M.
Av BOSTON, 5.20 P.M. 9,50 A.M,
For Rales and Inlormntloi:, addre3c C
P. P. HITCHCOCK, G. A. P. D.,
Boston Building, Donvor, Colo.
m You can telephone from town
9 and have your dinner ready to jjl
K tcrvo when you get to
f RGOQN 1
Is The 5:S0 or C:30 train brings you 5
jj to the resort In tho nicest part of
j the day.
1 X BERGERM,
I BABY DANGERS
I Watch the baby's digestion 0
these days. Babies stand the
heat better ,lhan grown folks Jf u
I their food dlcests properly. If flj
y there are any signs that the pres- ftj
I ent food does not agree, try an- W
other. We have all the good jjS
kinds, and we are careful to keep
Dayton Prog -Co. I
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Cor. 2nd So. and State SU M
REFER TO OUR NURSES' M
UTAH BCDOlNG'-rirG C&ijZ -
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Xshl. J lab, iUlford. Frloco,
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Euraka, Gtockton, Tooele and
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Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cor Ser
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j S'olophoTLo 250.
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Through car, Salt Lako City to 8t.
l,ouls and Kansas City. Only ono chango
to Now York, Buffalo ana principal polnta
Eaat low ratea for summer travel.
Eapeclal attention to ladle3 and chlL
Tourist nleepero through to Chlcaso;
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inqulro at ticket office, 102 Dooly blocl
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheer,
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O P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St.
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j LIQUOZONE FREEH
Any elck person who haa never used
Llquozone chould write the Liquid f
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f cato. They will send ycu an order on u
i your drutTKlst for a 50-cent bottle free, ill
A If you will Btato tho disease to be fj
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In effect June 8. im
LrJAVE SALT LA1CE C1TT.
No. 10-For Heber, Prc? and
no. apz-For Park city iris S:
C;0, ,or Penv'er and East 8t50 a.m. iH
ti0' 5 or Ogacn and West .10:60 a.m,
1. 1 l;or Ogden and Weat las p.m!
2 or 2er,vcr n"d KafiU.r... 3:16 p.m.
No. 8 For Provo nnd Euruka.... C:00 p.m.
No. 11-For Osdon and local pts.. 0:05 p.m.
No, 4For Denvor and Eaat 8:05 p-m. 'H
No. 3 For Oceion nnd West 11:55 p.mT
No. 112-For Blnhnm 8:io a.m.
No. 111 For Btnphnrn 3:00 p.m.
ARRIA'E AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 0 Jtolu Oyuen and tho Eaat S:40 a.m.
No. 12 From Ogden and local ptal0:23 a.m.
No. 7 From Eureka and I'rovo.. 10:00 a.m.
No. G From Denver and East...lOM9 a.m.
No. 1 From Denver ur.d East... 1:35 p.m.
No. S -From Ofrden and West.... 3:05 p.m.
No. 1U1 -Kroia Park City G;15 p.m.
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and
Maryivalo r,:co p.m. H
No. From Ocdcn and tho West 7:&5 p.ra. H
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:15 p.m.
No. Ill From Bingham 11:00 a.m.
No 113 From Eingham .C:E0n.m.
All train except Nos. 1 to C etbp at In
terutcctte joints. '
Ticket office, Dooly lllook.
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P. P.
From Ocdcn, Portland. jH
Butto, Eac Francisco. Chi- IH
capo, St. Louis, Omaha,
and Denver s. 6:35. S2Z B
From Ocdcn and Jr.termeell-
ato points G:10 a.ra.
From Opilen. Cacho Valley.
and Intermediate points 115 cum.
From Offden. Chicago, St.
Louis. Kansas City. Oma-cd,-
Denver ocd San Fran-
cisco 4:20 p.m.
From Oardcn. Cacho VaJley. "
Butto. Portland and San
Francisco 70 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha. Chicago.
Donvor, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7xCO a.m
For Ogden, Portland, Butte,
San Francisco nnd lntcrme-
dlate points 10 a.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Knnsaa Cltj. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 10 p.ra,
For Ogdcn, Cacho Valley, ;H
Denver, Kansas City, Oma- 'H
ha, St. Loui3 and Chicago. 5:45 pra
For Ogden, Cache Valley,
Butte, Halcna, Portland.
Son Francisco and lntcrme-
dlate points liiE p.X2a
T. M. SCHUMACHER. Traffic MlT.
JD. E. BURLEY, O. P. & T. A.
D. 8. 8PEWCER, A. G. P. & T. A,
City Ttr.kct office. 201 Mala streak
0 A IeUghtf ul Place to Visit.
1 A Proiitablo Plaov to Live
1 Cffliiffornia j I
I n Greatest PSay Ground on Earth.
I Famous Places Wldcb Everyone 1
i i Wunta to Sew.
I i Invent In s. Ticket to CALIFOR- '
I S NIA and Secairo Rich Dividends In M
P HEALT3T. PLEASURE AND gl
I WF ' T-"TK. a
1 l Mo mlalns. Valleys, Rlvcnr, Laka B
. t and Oo as R bached by tho yt
I Soutfeern Pscifac
I oEaaany's LIbbss
For scrl'frtrvo nd illustrative' K
S Uteraturo cidl at No. 3)1 Main 1
Street. Bait Lake City. fa VM
: i D. R. GBAT, General Agent.
Time Tabie H
IK EFFECT MAY SO. lOOt. jH
LEAVS SALT LAKE. CT50. 0:00, 11:C0 a.
vn.. tJ, G:S0. 7:30 p. ra.
LEAVE LAGOON. 7:30, 10:00 a. m.. 12.-00, JM
1 noon, 2:S0. 4:50. 6:30. 8:30. 10:3-3 p. m. 1 ,
Las.t train leavce . Lagoon Sunday. 0i30i
j Fare for M-gl H
Roared T?Sp H
I A. D. ?ISRSON. Pass. & Tife;iS-'
i J. B. BEAN. Excursion At. v
j ofitic3. ici Lrri ST.
Kxtra trains, 2:20 and liZb p. m. 'oaSun
I fiayB and holidays.
SPECIAL. ' I
AnthracitccoaL all sizes H
Burton Coal&;Lunikr Co. I H
CG VT. 2ndiSo. 'Phono 808.
I Trip to the East xJ I
j J Is llio trip you can nialco In one. of the Bur-. , JH
! - linglou's clean, v.-ell ventilated sleeping cars. jffl
' The route is through cool canyons and along j
I swift-moving streams. You can go right fr JH
H through to St. Louis, the World's Fair city, v . fj' jH
l over the smoothest and best of roads, in the $ 'M
m shortest time possible. t!
I " 1 I
Ifl rrsrgJgg I wish you would' let mc tell you HiorojK9
u lll about thi.. Either In a personal lntor- .H
I lKTwl R" F NE3LE:N"' Generftl Agent,
1 llllll 79 W- SECOND SOUTH STKEET, ffl jH
BBSSPgj&J Salt Lake City, Utah.