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ii'i; - M02DAY MOKSTNTG. OCToWr, K
1 PAGETBjf .. tujs salt JLiOOi gajuKcnsrK. , Lf
Two Raids in Same
, Part of City.
Claude Freed's House Ran-
sacked and Then Set
II on Fire.
IBl Residence of TV. G. Sadler looted of
ffll Valuables Soon Afterward Fnmi-
HKs lies Away From Home.
nHI Burglars set tiro to Claudo Fr'eod's house
H at 744 Sou'h Fifth Kaat, after going
HH through it Inst evening and robbed "VI1-
BI Ham G. Sadler's rcsldcnco. 422 Fast Fifth
HI South, of several hundred dollars' worth of
HI jewels and silverware. Both crimes were
committed during the early part of tho
HH evening. Both wero Investigated by the
HIE PFlro was cen In tho Freed residence
IHW about SMS o'clock by a neighbor. I)o Im-
IHM mediately telephoned to the department
HI At tho time smoke was Issuing from the
flH roof. Its fumes had been omclled for hall
MB II an hour before- that.
HII Burglar Had Boon at "Work,
mi When tho department arrived tho house
BHffl was nlrcadv gutted. As soon as the tiro-
W men got Into tho house it was apparent
Hil that burglars had been pt work. Bureau
MMW drawers had been emptied of thlr con-
HH fnls. These wero strewn on the floor.
Bl The Freed family had not been Hying
HI them for several days. Mrs. Freed s
IH nwav on a Journey. Her husb:md, who Is
HI Hocretarv and treasurer of tho Freed Fur-
MM nliuro company, visited the place during
HI tho early part of yesterday afternoon. Ho
HI found everything all right He lighted no
IH matches. According to Chief Bywnicr of
HI 1110 nrfl department tho electric wires were
H In perfect order.
HI Fire Started in Cellar.
H I The fire started In tho cellar. It ate its
H way between the floors and ceilings, b-
H ncnlh the first and second floors A part
H of the lnttor dropped, owing to the burn-
H lug through of a large girder. The dam-
H H age lo both house and contents will prob-
H I ably amount to nearly S1000. The carpets
H and furniture suffered most of this. Chlcr
H Lynch nnd Patrolman Smoot Investigated
H t,,e affair. Nothing of value seemed to
H have been taken.
H Second Burglary Call.
H At almost the same time that tho Freed
H fire was discovered a telephone message
H notified police headQuartcrs that the Sad-
H lr residence had been robbed. The wagon
H resoonded, taking Detectives Chase nnd
D , Burt and Sergeant Ttobcrts to tho place.
BD Thev found that Jewels, silverware and a
H watch, to tho probablo total value of near-
H 1" had been taken. Tho burglars had
H entered by means of an open window and
BH liad then opened tho back door to mako
! good their cscano In case of discovery
H They had gone through tho whole place.
H Bureau drawers wero emptied of their
H contents and the entlro houso was looted,
n m Mr. Sadler Is a jeweler and quite a quan-
BB lily 0f valuable silverware as well as scv-
H ral articles of much greater worth wero
H In the place. Anfong the things lost were
HI a gold watch, chain and charm, the latter
HI ppt with pearls; a gold locket, studded with
HID jewels, silver knives and forks, a pair of
HI gold bracelets and n couple of rings. The
1IH children's savings banks, containing sev-
Hl oral dollars in cash, were also taken.
HH) Light Seen by Neighbors.
H The burglary was discovered by a
MB nephew, who camo home a few minutes
PU before tho rest of tho family. All had
HI locn out on a visit during the evening.
HI Neighbors had seen a light In the houso
MB . about S o'clock.
Ill ROB BISHOP'S RESIDENCE.
l Thieves Visit Hunter Home nnd Steal
l Bishop Hunter's residence at .VS South
!H Third East was rotibed, presumably by
1 1 the same burglars who entered tho Freed
1 1 and Sadler homes, last evening. Tho bur-
glary was roportod to tho police at about
! 11 o'clock, when tho family returned
l hJDiir"lng the absence of tUo inmates tho
H- crooks broko Into the house throuKh a
front window, which was unlocked. They
I stole a lady's fjr-trlmmed wrap and a
light spring overcoat. They passed by Mi
ll vorwaro. , , , ,
The house was thoroughly tumbled by
'M tho thieves, who ransacked bureau draw-
crs and chiffoniers In their endeavors to
locate plunder. Matches woro used as
I PERSONAL MENTION.
Ed Jay Pickering, who was well known
( along Second South street some years ago,
I has just returned to the city after threo
vears passed In the Pacific Northwest,
where he has been In the brokorago busl
I neEs at different points. 3To Is hero on a
little business trip and will reinojn for a
-week or two scekluc old friends among
I tho bulls and bears.
C. L. Knight Is again at his apartments
I nt the Cullen. after a very serious 111-
! iicss at St. Mark's hospital,
I I,. L. Bailey and wife passed through
Salt Lake Cliy yesterday on their way
East from Yokohama, where they live.
They took dinner at tho Knutsford. Mr.
Bailey was formerly n well known min
ing man in Colorudo, and has several
friends among the mining men, both of
that State and of Utuh.
HI I To Photographers and Kodakers.
ll "We carry a full line of BUpplles. The
i only exclusive house here. Developing
and finishing. Third South and "Main.
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co.
II Delegates to Irrigation Congress.
I MEXICO CITY". Oct 30. Fifteen States
I of this republic will send dolegatea to tho
ff Irrigation congress at El Paao, Tex. Much
ft Interest Is felt here In tho congress and
1 President Diaz has shown hearty sympa-
1 thy with Us object.
II Dropped Dead While Preaching,
I LANCASTER, Pa.. Oct. 00. Rev. A. S.
1 Hess, a Dunkard preacher, aged C3 years.
dropped dead today In tho Dunkard
church at "Wrlghtsvlllo whllo delivering a
m t uneroKacrmon.
We're not afraid of the
moneyback money; lalmost
nobody takes it.
Your post' return your money U you don't lila
Two Women Hid
by Runaway Horse
Frightened Animal Dashed Into
Crowd Leaving West Side Houso
A runaway horco dashed Into n. crowd
of worshiper.-. leaving tho Fourteenth
word mcetlng-houso last evening, knock
ing women and children right and loft.
Mis. A. N. Petersen and Mrs. Christina
Sorensen wore sevorcly Injured by the
brute. Others escaped death by what
oepmed a miracle.
Tho horse, the properly of Lee Jck
ptond of 250 South Thirteenth hast,
dashed onst on "West First South Just as
the crowd wan leaving tho moetlng
lu use. Half a block west of tho place
of worship ho took to tho sidewalk. Be
fore the crowd realized what was hap
pening he was almost upon them Wo
men screamed and throw themselves to
cno side. Children wero dragged from
the sidewalk by their mothers. The ani
mal parted the crowd as though It was
Mrs. Peterson Is an old lady. She was
unable to get out of tho way and was
knocked to the sidewalk. Her left hip
was severely bruised and her left arm
was broken. Dr. E. E. Wilcox attend
ed her at her -esldcnco In tho rear of 43
South Flist West.
Mrs. Soronsen was caught on tho midst
of tho crowd as she was endeavoring to
n-sch a place of safely. Just as the
horse Joshed her to tho ground tho car
riage which ho was dragging was over
turned. Tho woman was caught and
dragged a short distance. She suffered
severe bruises and possibly Internal In
juries. Tho shock also affected her a
groat deal. She lives In tho rear of '2S
West First Sou lb
O ufcw C3 1? O IE A -3M.ro
tha jO Kintl You ,,ara Always BOGgJtf
"York State Folks" returns to the Grnnd
tonight for three night performances and
a matinee at 2:C0 on Wednesday
Cecilia Loft us. who Is now starring the
country In her new play. "A Serlo-Comlc
Governess," will be married Raster week
to William Courtonay of Pittsburg. Miss
Loftus and Courtonay first met In New
York about four years ago. shortly after
the divorce of Miss Loftus from Justin
Huntley McCarthy, the well-known play
wright. Blanche Bates made a new theatrical
record for St. Louis when she appeared
last Friday night nt the Imperial theater
for the 100th consecutive performance In
David Belasco's production of "The Dar
ling of the Gods." In commemoration of
the event a handsome souvenir was pro
sonted to tho members of the audience In
the form of a book containing thirty
World's fair views, which were selected
from several hundred by Miss Bates. Her
press agents say that Miss Bates, during
her 100 performances In "The Darling of
the Gods" here, has played to 512S.C50.
Cable mcssnges announcing tho triumph
of Alice Nielsen nt her London debut with
SIgnor Caruso In "La Bohemo" at Covent
Garden Thursday night have been re
ceived In New York. Miss Nielsen made
her flrst appearance nt Covent Garden
Inst spring, but tho leading roles went to
Melba, Scmbrlch, Fremstad and Actc,
while MIbs Nielsen was assigned to Cheru
blno In "Figaro," a page In "Tho Hugue
nots," nnd roles of similar character.
Henry Russell, her voice teacher, arranged
the spring season of Italian opera at Co
vent Garden. He Is producing only Ital-.
Ian opcrns, and Miss Nielsen will bo
heard In "Mnnon Lescaut," "La Tosca,"
"Traviata," nnd, possibly. "The Barber of
Seville," besides "La Boheme."
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. O.
box D05, 'Phone Carstenscn & Anson
City and eighborSioodj
YOUNG vandnls, apparently under tho
Influence of liquor, hurled a good sized
rock through tho window of M. A.
Brandt's home, 03G South West Temple,
early yesterday morning. Tho nolso of
tho crashing mlssle awoke Mrs. Brandt
nnd naturally caused her no small amount
of alarm. Tho police were Immediately
notified. At tho time of the Incident a
pair of sixteen-year old boys, both very
evidently in a state of hilarious Intoxica
tion, wero seen In front of ,he place.
C. 1C. M'CO.-.RMICIC entertained at din
ner at tho Alta club last evening, covers
belns laid for twelve.
P. J. MORAN has been awarded tho
contract for paving Canyon road by the
Board of Public Works. The street will
be paved between State and A streets
for $o3,00C, which Is $3011 less than thd
ostlmatc of cost made by the City Engi
neer. The work Is to bo completed with
in three weeks after the acceptance of
tho bid, and work will bo .started as soon
as the Mayor and Council approve the
action of the Board.
IN THEIR clubrooms at the Auerbach
building this evening, tho members of the
Billy club will pilot several prospective
members through tho "chambers of
death," "across tho burning sands" and
divers other delicate places . Mont Fisher,
Glen Waterman and Oliver Goodwin are
tho victims. A real live "Billy" goat with
astonishing "bultlnakl" proclivities has
been Imported for the occasion and plenty
of txcltoment Is promised
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return J42.50
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Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on nale- Tuesdaya and Fridays
eneli week. See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Ofllce 201 Main St.
Big Saving by Lucin Cut-Off."-"
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20. According
to figures received by General Manager
Markham of tho Southern Pacific com
pany, tho latter Is now saving $2500 a day
In tho operation of freight trains across
tho Lucin cut-off Although tho company
has only been running passenger trains
across the cut-off for thirty days, Its
freight trains have been passing over tho
new route for nearly a year It Is esti
mated that by reason of this fact tho cor
poration Is now 3avlng over Jt0,000 a year.
The Interest on tho cost of the cut-off la
less than ?0CO,0CO a year.
Gov. Nash Buried.
COLUMBUS, O.. Oct. 30. Extreme sim
plicity marked tho last riles over tho
borjy of the late George Kllborn Nash,
, former Governor of Ohio. todaA
Lowell School Is
Officials Say It Is Now as Free From
Gorms as Any Building in
Lowell school building has been thor
oughly fumigated from cellar to roof.
Tho work was undertaken with vigor
by the pchool authorities yesterday and
no safeguard1 will be neglected which
will add to the protection! of pupils
from the smallpox germ. The school
will be opened this morning oa usual,
and assurance is given that children
will be as trafe in the freshly fumigated
building as they could posyibly bo any
Both Superintendent Chrlstcnsen nnd
Principal Bradford are authority for
the statement that the work has been
well done and that parents need' have
no fear of sending their children to
Principal Bradford complains that the
Intimation that precautions against
contagious diseases have not heretofore
been taken at Lowell school, is an in
Justico to the school ofTlcial.9.
"When two pupils came down with
smallpox two weeks ago," said Mr.
Bradford; "not only wero the roomB di
rectly afTected thoroughly fumigated,
but other rooms in which were children
from the same families also received tho
same attention. Close watch has been
kept by both teachers and olllclals and
when sickness was found to exist In a
family whoss children wero attending
school, strict precautions were taken,
whether the disease was known, to be
contagious or not. Not only has no
attempt been made to keep true condi
tions from the Board of Health, but on
the other hand the board has been
promptly notified of every suspicious
case and due diligence has been exer
cised to prevent the spreading of dis
SNORED ON MONUMENT,
Hobo Goes to Sleep at Prophet's Feet,
to Be Awakened by Copper.
When John Donnelly got drunk on Sun
day he forKol thnt ho had left tho city
chain gang .several weeks ago without
giving notice of his deparluro nnd with
eighteen days yet to serve. In fact, his
Imagination ran riot, and ho thought
Brlgham Young's monument was his
room In the Lincoln house. So he climbed
the fence and sat down on the edge of the
The evening air was cold, but Donnell'
had forgotten that along with other
things. H6 slowly began to disrobe.
Then, unmindful of the goose-flesh thnt
roso on his nether limbs ho stretched out
and lay down to pleasant dreams.
Now, John Donnelly might havo boon
sleeping yet beneath tho shadow of the
prophot's outstretched arm were lie not
addicted to an unfortunato habit Ho
tnored. And the sound of his snores
roso through the soft night air until they
greeted the cars of Patrolman Cllvo.
CIlvo turned his head to ono sldo nnd
harkened. Ho located tho sound and
proceeded to And Its source. Thus It
happened that John Donnelly was rudely
awakened from dreams of free lunches
and large, foaming glasses of beer When
he had becomo fully clothed and at least
partly In his right mind ho was taken to
tho city Jail, whero ho will servo out
tho sentence ho neglected to attend to
some tlmo ago
AUDIENCE WELL PLEASED.
Hold's Band Draws Usual Sunday
Night Crowd to Grand.
The lower floor of the Grand was flllcd
Inst ovenlng for the regular concert by
Hold's band. In tho absence of Loader
Held, Manager A. S. Zimmerman wielded
the baton. Tho first three numbers wero
very well glvon and tho Trovatoro num
ber afforded Leslie and Stephens an op
portunity for giving solos for cornet nnd
baritone horn which were well received.
The Carmen selection was not at all ar
tistically played and before the band gives
It again much rehearsing Is In order. Mr.
Beesley was given a chnnco to show his
skill as trap man with tho bell solo In tho
Miss Agatha Berkhoel was tho vocalist
of the evening, but her selection, "The
Lass With tho Dellcalo Air." was hardly
suited to the evening's programme.
Tho audience on the whole was well
pleased with most of the numbers and
several encores were demanded
Cause of Lockjaw.
Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a
bacillus or germ which exists plenti
fully in street dirt. It Is inactive nq
long of exposed to the air, but when
carried beneath the skin, as in the
wounds caused by percussion caps or
by rusty nails, and when the air 19 ex
cluded the germ is roysed to activity
and produces the most virulent poison
known- These germs may be destroyed
and all danger of lockjaw avoided by
applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely as eoon as the Injury is received.
Pain Balm Is an antiseptic and causes
such injuries to heal without matura
tion and in one-third the time required
by the usual treatment. It Is for sale
by all leading druggists.
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
Coal, lumber, cement. Telephone SOS.
H. F. Williams, tha carpenter, makes
or repairs anything in woodwork, 71
South SUUe. Bell 2145-K; lnd., 241.
Sightseers Bido in the Subway.
NBW YOR'lC, Oct. 30. Sightseers crowd
ed the subway for hours this afternoon.
They came from Fifth avenuo and Hea
ter street, from Brooklyn and Jcrsoy City,
and all the near-by cities, towns and vil
lages, and many of the railroads brought
tralnloads of excursionists from distant
places. It Is estimated that ISO.OOO people
rode In the underground trains during tho
trco hours from to 6 o'clock this af
ternoon, and that of these fully one-quarter
THE DOCTOUS AGBEB.
Two PhyHicians Both Agree on tha
Now Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
Dr. J. M. Powell of Spokane, Wash.,
i.iy: "Ilcrplcldo has given good satis
faction In my family for dandruff."
Dr. W. G. Alban of Walla Walla. Waoh.,
isnys: "I And Ilcrplcldo all that lc
claimed for It as a dandruff cure. I shall
prescribe It." Dandruff Is a germ dis
ease and you can't curt It unless you kill
tho dandruff germ; and you can't do thnt
unless you uoo Nowbro's Ilcrplcldo. tho
only preparation In tho world that de
stroys tho parasites. A delightful hair
dressing; allays Itching Instantly; makes
hair glossy and sett as silk. It is a sure
Dandruff destroyer. Sold by leading drug
gists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to
& tho Htsplcido Co, Detroit, Mich.
T f NEUTRALS
President Urges Hague
Circular Note by Secretary
Hay Sent to Signatory
Virtually Indorses General System, of
Arbitration Treaties in. Inter
est of Peace.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. In a circular
note Secretary Hay has carried out the
President's Instructions relatlvo to pro
posing a second Hnguo conference. Tho
noto not only contemplntcs tho reossem
bllng of Tho llaguo confcrcnco for the
consideration of questions specifically
mentioned by tho original conference as
demanding further attention, such as tho
rights and duties of neutrals, the Inviola
bility of prlvato property In naval warfare
and tho bombardment of ports by naval
force, but goes further by virtually Indors
ing tho project of a goneral system of ar
bitration treaties and the establishment of
an International congress to meet periodi
cally In the Interests of peace.
Tho Issue of tho call whllo tho prcsont
war Is In progress Is Justified by tho fact
that tho flrst Hague conforenco was called
heforo our treaty of peace with Spain was
The text of tho noto follows:
Marked an. Epoch in History.
"Department of State, Washington, D.
C, October 21. 1001. To tho Representa
tives of United Stales accredited to tho
Governments signatories to tho acts of
The Haguo confcrcnco, 1809:
"Sir: Tho penco confcrcnco which as
sembled at The Hague on May IS, 1S00,
marked an epoch In tho history of na
tions. Called by his Majestoy tho Empe
ror of Russia, to discuss tho problems of
tho malntcnnnco of genernl peace, tho
regulation of tho operations of war and
tho lessening of tho burdons which pre
paredness for eventual war entails upon
modern peoples, Its labors resulted In tho
acceptance by tho signatory powers of
convention for the , peaceful adjustment of
International difficulties by arbitration,
and for certain humane amendments to tho
laws and customs of war by land and sea.
"A great work was thus accomplished
by tho conference, whllo othor phases of
the general subject were left to discussion
by another conference In tho near future,
such as questions affecting the rights and
duties of neutrals, the Inviolability of pri
vate property In naval warfare and tho
bombardment of ports, towns and vil
lages by a naval force.
Indication, of Assured Peace.
"Among tho movemonts which prepared
tho minds of Governments for an accord
In tho direction of assured peaco among
men. a high place may llttlngly bo given
to that set on foot by tho Interparliamen
tary union. From Its origin In tho sug
gestions of a member of tho British House
of Commons. In 1SSS, It developed until Its
membership Included largo numbers of
delegates from tho parliaments of the
principal nations, pledged to exert their
Influence toward tho conclusion of treaties
of arbitration between nations and toward
the accomplishment of pence.
"Its annual conferences havo notably
advanced the high purposes It sought to
realize. Not only havo many International
treaties of arbitration been concluded, but
In tho conforenco held In Holland, In 1KM.
tho memorable declaration in favor of a
pcrmanont court of arbitration was a
forerunner of tho most important achieve
ment of tho peaco conference of The
Hatruo in ISM.
"Tho annuaJ conforenco of the Interpar
liamentary union was held this year at St
Louis, In appropriate connection with tho
World's fair Its deliberations were
marked by tho samo noble devotion to the
causo of peaco and to tho welfare of hu
manity which had Inspired Its former
Favor of Arbitration.
"By tho unanimous voto of delegates,
active or retired members of the Ameri
can Congress, and of every parliament In
Europo with two exceptions, tho follow
ing resolution was adopted:
I " 'Whereas, LnUgnteneu public opinion
and modern civilization alike demand that
differences between nations should bo ad
judicated and settled in tho samo manner
as disputes between individuals aro ad
judicated, namely, by tho arbitrament of
courts In accoruanco with recognized
principles bf law, this conforenco requests
tho several Governments of tho world to
sond delegates to an international con
ference to bo held at a tlmo and place to
be agreed upon by them, for tho purposo
" 'First Questions, for tho considera
tion of which Tho Hague conferenco ex
pressed a wish that a future conferonco
" 'Second The negotiation of arbitra
tion treaties between tho nations repre
sented at the conferenco to be convened.
" 'Third Tho advisability of establish
ing an International congress to convono
periodically for tho discussion of Interna
" 'And tho conferenco respectfully and
cordially requests the President of tho
United States to Invite all tho nations to
send representatives, to such 11 confer
enco.' Accepted the Charge.
"On September 24. ultimo, theso resolu
tions woro presented to the President bv a
numerous deputation of tho Interparlia
mentary union. Tho President accepted
tho charge offered to him, feeling It to be
most appropriate that the Executive of
tho Nation which had welcomed tho con
feronco to its hospitality should give voice
to Its Impressive utterances In a causo
which tho American Government and peo
ple held dear.
"He announced that ho would, at an
early day, invito the other nations, parlies
to Tho Haguo conventions, to reassomblo
with a view to pushing forward toward
complotlon tho work already bogun at Tho
Haguo, by considering the questions
which tho first conferenco had left un
settled, with tho cxprca provision that
there should bo a second conferenco.
"In accepting this trust the President
was not unmindful of tho fact, so vlvldlv
brought home to all the world, that a
great war Is now In progress. Ho re
called ho circumstances that at the time
when, on August 24. 1S0S. his Majesty, the
Emperor of Russia, sent forth his Invi
tation to the nations to meet In tho in
terests of peace. 4ho United States and
Spain had merely halted In their strug
gle to dovlse terms of peuce.
No Reason to Relax Efforts.
"While at tho present moment no armis
tice botween the parties now contondlng
is In sight, tho fact of nn existing war
is no reason why tho nations rhould relax
the efforts thoy havo so successfully mado
hitherto toward an adoption of rules of
conduct which may make more remote tho
chances of future wars between them. In
1SS0 tho conference of Tho Hague dealt
simply with tho larger general problems
which confront all nations, and assumed
no function of intervention or suggestion
in the settlement of tho terms of peaco
between tho United States and Spain.
"It ml.gjit bo tho aamo with a rcai-
Landed in Jail
Police Resume Crusade Against Vio
lators of Sunday Liquor Sell
Selling liquor on Sunday landed two
bartenders In the city jail late yester
day afternoon. Elmer Hensen and John
D. Klein are the names of the prison
ers. They were balled out soon after
the arresty, which were made by Patrol
men Bleeker and Moore.
The Golden' Gato saloon on Second
South and the Cilft house bar on Main
street arc the places where the offenses
aro alleged to have occurred. The of
ficers watched the side entrances of
both places and saw men; going in and
out. In this manner they are said to
have caught the two defendants in tho
act of selling.
Violation of the license law is the of
fense charged on the blotter at police
headquarters. Both prisoners will have
an arraigiunent before Judge Dichl to
day. During the past three weeks the
side and back entrances of saloons, par
ticularly near the business section,
havo been- watched closely. Yesterday's
were the first arrests on this charge
for a long lime.
In spite of this fact, however, the rec
ord of Sunday drunks at the police sta
tion keeps well up with that of other
days. Yesterday half a dozen inebri
ates were taken to the city Jail. It Is
claimed that many of these offenders
get their liquor from those who have
bought bottles. It is also maintained.
In defense of the patrolmen, that their
number is too small to cover even the
business districts of a city of this size,
let alone spending their time in, watch
ing for side and. rear door violations of
the saloon' oidinance.
The regulation number of patrolmen
in nny city, as recognized by tho best
authorities, is one per each 1000 citizens.
This means patrolmen alone. This
quota is not nearly reached In Salt Lake
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semblod confcrcnco at the present tlmo.
Efforts would naturally lie In tho direc
tion of further codification of the univer
sal Ideas of right and Justlco which we
call International law; Its mission would
bo to glvo further effect.
"Tho President directs that you will
bring tho foregoing considerations to tho
attention of tho Minister for Foreign Af
fairs of tho Government to which you aro
accredited, and, in discreet conferenco
with him, ascertain to what extent that
Government is dlspodcd to act In the mat
ter. By Comparison of Views.
"Should his Excelloncy Invito sugges
tion as to tho character of the questions
to be brought boforo the proposed second
peace conference, you may say to him
that, at this time. It would seem prcma
turo to couplo the tontntlvo Invitation
thus extended with a categorical pro
grammo of subjects of discussion. It Is
only by comparison of views lhat a gen
eral accord can bo reached aa to tho mat
ters to be considered by tho now confer
ence. "It is deslrablo that in tho formulation
of a programmo tho distinction rhould bo
kept clear between the matters hlch
belong to tho province of International
law and those which aro conventional as
between Individual Government?. Tho
final act of Tho Haguo conferenco, dated
July 20 ISO, kept this distinction clearly
"Among the broader geaoral questions
affecting the right and Judtlco of the re
lation of sovereign States which were
then relegated to a future congress were:
Tho rights and duties of neutrals; tho In
violability of private property In naval
warfare and the bombardment of ports,
town3 and villages by a naval force. Tho
other matters mentioned In the llnal act
tako the form of suggestions for consid
eration by Interested Governments.
Rights and Duties of Neutrals.
"Tho three points mentioned cover a
llko flold. Tho lirst. especially, touching
tho rlrrhts a"d duties of neutrals Is of
. ..I.. 1 I . T .. 1 .1 1
position affects the Interests and wcll
belnc of all the world. Tho neutral Is
something more than an onlooker. His
acts of omission or commission may havo
an Influence Indirect, but tangible on a
war actualiy in progress; whilst on tho
other hand ho may suffer from tho exi
gencies of tho belligerents.
"It Is this phase of warfare which
aecply concerns vho world at largo. Ef
forts have been mado tlmo and again
to formulate rules of action applicable
to Its more material aspects, aa In tho
aeclarations of Paris. As recently as
April 28 of this year tho Cr.ngress of tho
United States adopted a resolution read
" 'Resolved, by the Sonalo and Houso of
Representatives of tho United States of.
America, In congress assembled:
'That it is tho stnso of tho Congress
of tho United Slates that It Is desirable,
In tho Interest of uniformity of aotlon
by the maiitlmo stales of tho world In
tlmo of war, that the President endeavor
to bring about an understanding among
tho principal maritime powers with a
view of incorporating Into tho permanent
law of tho civilized nations tho prlnclplo
of tho exemption of all private proporty
at sea, not contraband of war, from cap
ture or destruction by belligerents.
" 'Approved April IS, 1WM.'
Contraband of War.
"Other matters closely affecting the
rlgnts of noutrfils are Tha distinction to
bo mado between absolute and conditional
contraband of war, nnd the inviolability
of tho official and prlvato correspondence
"As for the duties of neutrals toward
tho belligerent, tho Jleld Is barely loss
broad. Ono aspect deserves montlon,
ficm the prominence It has acquired dur
ing rccont times; namely, tho trcatmont
due to refugoo bolllgorcnt ships In neu
"It may also be desirable to consider
and adopt a proceduro by which the
slates non-signatory to tho original acta
of Tho Haguo conferenco may becomo
You will explain to his excellency the
Minister of Foreign Affairs that tho
prcsont overture for a second cor.fervmco
to comploto the proposed work of tho first
congress Is nH designed lo supersede
other calls for tho consideration of spe
cial topics, such as tho proposition of
the Government of tho Netherlands, re
cently Issued, to assemble for tho pur
pose of amending tho provisions of tho
existing Haguo convention with respect
to hospital ships. Like all tentatlvo con
ventions, tliat ono Is open to change In
the light of practical oxperlenco and tho
fullest deliberation Is desirable to that
"Flrnlly, you will state tho Prcsldonfs
deslro nnd nope that the vindylng mem
ories which cling around The Haguo as
the cradle of tho beneficent work which
had Its beginning In ISifr may be strength
ened by holding the second peaco confor
enco In that historic city.
"I am. sir. your obedient servant.
Flea for Unity of
Cnrson City Rector Bases Sermon at
St, Mark's on Late Con
vention. A pica for "Unity Among All Christian
Pcoplo" was made by tho Rev. P. J. Dar
nclllc, rector of Si. Peter's church. Car
son City. Nov., at St. Mark's cathedral
last night. Mr. Darnellle has been visit
ing In Salt Lake City for a few days with
tho Rev. Dean Eddie. Ho is on tho way
homo from tho Episcopalian convention,
leaving Salt Lake City today for Nevada.
Last night he took tho pulpit In tho ca
thedral and told the congregation of the
convention which recently took place in
Boston, Mass. , ,
Ho took his text from the sixteenth
chaptor of tho Gospol- according to St.
Matthew, at the eighteenth verso: On
this rock I will build my church, and the
gates of hell shall not prevail against It.
A very Interesting discourse was given
by the preacher. Ho is an extempore
speaker and has tho gift of telling what
he has seen naturally and without nny
straining for effect. He told his hearers
In tho word3 of a participant, of the
ovents at tho Episcopalian convention,
and of tho spirit that had prevailed. That
tho church should bo of one accord was
"The church, in Its broadest sense, no
said, "Is composed oX all Christian people. 1
I am talking of God's church, not of any
particular sect or tho followers of any ono
ALL OTHERS IN ERROR'S GRASP.
Idormons Alone, in Accord "With
Christ, Says President Smith.
President Josoph F. Smith, at tho Taber
nacle, read at eomo length from the Blblo,
explaining that tho gospol of Jcaus Christ
was simply tho Mormon religion. Ho con
cluded his remarks by saying: "Ho that
professes to bellevo In Christ and does not
bollevo in Joseph Smith Is either a hypo
crlto or in tho power of orror."
Elder David McKenzIc spoko of tho pun
Ishnient which Is meted to those of car
nal mind, and. during tho course of his
remarks, said: "Men point the linger of
scorn at tho Mormons and call us crea
tures of lust, I am proud to say I am a
member of this church, and can say,
through association, that no ono can com
pare with tho Mormons for purity."
IIo then1 spoko of tho unselfishness of
members of tho Mormon church. "When
I contemplated leaving Glasgow for Utah
I wont to a tailor and told him that 1
wanted a suit of clothes and that I did
not care how much It was to coal, but
that I wanted something that would wear
forever, for J was going whore I could
get no clothes for a long lime. Did 1 ro
gret leaving my home? No!
"When the men of our church arc called
to go and carry tho gospel to tho ungodly
races of tho earth, thoy do so unselfishly.
Can you tell mo of any other people who
do this? There aro no others but the
"Tho payment of tithing takes self-denial
People of tho world think this re
quirement Is a trick of tho higher authori
ties. There Is moro than enough In the
books recording tho history of this church
that If tho honest would read honestly,
they would want to receive tho gospol "
Ben E. Rich spoke much along the samo
line. Introducing tho assertion that the
othor churches have misinterpreted the
Blblo by saying that man can bo saved
by faith alono. He then related a story
which caused a rlpplo of merriment.
"A young man who had been engaged
in chopping wood began a study of the
Bible. Ono day ho came to his father with
tho ax over his shoulder and tho Bible
In his hnnd. 'Father. I chop no wood after
todav,' ho said; 'I havo becomo convert
ed.' The old man was much surprised and
nsked him why he had como to that con
clusion. 'Because,' said tho son. 'tho
Bible says: "What God has Joined to
gether, let no man put asunder." The
interpretations of tho other churches aro
about as Benslblo as this Incident"
In speaklmc of the character of tho Mor
mons, ho added. "There is ono thing that
ought to be romembercd about tho Mor
mon people. You never hear of any strikes
or any labor troubles among tho Mormons."
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Chicago and return .17.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 4.an
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers.
Tickets on snle Tuesdays and Fridays.
See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Ofllce. 201 Main St.
Pullman Observation Cars
Are still being operated between Ogden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains In daylight. Diverse
route tickets cost no more. See lhat
ticket reads at least one way via Colorado.
Given Up Tobacco Trust Fight.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Oct. SO. In a signed
statement W. B. Hawkins, president of
tho Burlcy Tobacco Growers' company,
"Tho death knell of the company Is now
ringing." Tho plans of tho company,
which was conceived to light tho tobacco
trust, so-called, wero gigantic In scope.
Growers throughout the Burley district
wero nsked to placo their crops with tho
company, which had conditional backing
in Louisville warchouso companies to tho
extent of S3.00O.CO0.
Why Is appendicitis so common today?
Bocauso wo havo got into tho pernicious
habit of eating too fast.
Dr. Curtis, the great authority on this
disease, says: "Appendicitis often fol
lows the eating of a very hasty or par
ticularly largo or Indigestible meal."
After carelessly following a foolish cus
tom, you can Insure your safety by ta
king Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
It Is an nccepted scientific truth, which
admits of no dispute, that If you will only
keop your digestive apparatus In good or
der, you will never surfer from this dread
disease, which, at best, means a weaken
ing operation, with long weeks wasted In
bed, and big doctor's and surgcoa'a bills
to pay as souvenirs.
Keep your, appendix In health bv the
proper uso of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
whenever you have laid yourself open to
danger by overeating, and upon the least
sign of stomach or intestinal trouble for
otherwise, at any time, this dangerous
dlseaso may lay you low.
The curatlvo Influence of this great
medicine Is quickly shown in the gentle
soothing erfect It has on all Inflamed con
ditions of any part of the digestive tract.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets tono air
theso parts up to a proper condition of
perfect health, and regulate their func
tions Into a proper working state.
They also make away with all tho
causes of Irritation, inflammation or Indi
gestion, by helping to dissolve, digest and
assimilate, or put to proper use, all the
food which Is lying around in odd corners
of your digestive apparatus, fermenting
rotting and curdling, like so much gar
bage In a dirty sink. b
In these natural and perfectly simple
ways, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets restore
all Buftcrcrs, from any Jorm of dyspeptic
trouble, to health. ' p UC
They are safe and reliable. They never
manently a"(1 CUre' qu,ckl' and Pr
, Uae them, nnd you need never worrv
nbout your appendix vornuXormlx, .
Be Abroad, S
ly to Kiark Trail 0,f'
Bad Ones, jljf
Time-Worn Tricks of Tej
lorn Youths, U '
This evening Is the orvs iwvM,
to by the sentimental youth J! '
chlovous boy-tho eve of All e? I
lowecn. It Is only fair to .jfi11
eentlmontal maid 3 inclcdrf ' flflX I
nnmo of youth. All over thictoS '
in almost every household Wf
pcoplo can coiigrc;at there e lf
proceedings as would bring a A !
expectancy oven lo tho chejkj oc,
confirmed man-bachelor or tht-J5' i
To the illumination of carfithlJ i
o'-lantcrns, pretty maids m u," Jt VI
parings over their shouldus u J 1 o
Initial will bo formed on tS rtS
porshanco a bold masculine t f
alter tho convolutions Eomu!h! ,
tho lady is aware (?) to bricj
which he hopes to detect aMn3
Msf discovery that tt:o lalui j tsH
Some Hazardous Pali
Then thero will no tho dartricJw S"5
ardous descent Into a Ihr a Z. iKtUfli
equally dark and gruesome ik? h,
Ing backward, gazing Into a clA '
a lighted candle to sea tha ts; 'z?
will bo a dull swain indcJ Wllib
station himself at the foot ol ib b
In order lo take advantage o tiik JelT:
shriek or frightened do.lght c 'j&r tbi
his Imago In tho mirror
Who will bo the first lrid ul
will marry last, and who-ah," ! Pra
be forced to "sew a lino tin 11
any one to food her "on strairsi fcsJipa
cream?" Theso am some of Lts iu.,y
questions which will be rcslUvcl7 tea I
In zho lives of many youns riw. 0 the
sorceries of Halloween tonight ' i.M th
These things, which would ..mbji f
the scorn of the small broOji'
house arc not the only e-J.xa5 2f step,
served for tills ovenlng 1(1 T
saints abroad, Tuesday morakjjrsi tel&e
will demonstrate that there wit
spirits of a very different kH its v
their way about the city p1
placo whore thero vscd toteika t forc
and bo equally careful where j; '
to find none. Glance at last a'iW .
nest, and you may ba surprifcllii lb, ass
that a belated egg has hiieL-.' y ;,f!m
the night Into a gate which n.-Sa "iU"
bles tho ono onco swinging Ihsth
foro your neighbor's domldlt L'y jjencr
want the things you left bfc ta .
loose, look for them where yuW.s ifto!
pect to find thero- If your aufatil
missing, you may find It festocriib
the oaves of your house, alL'fa laa
cause you no special conc:mt3fc2r r,
nolghbor's pump on your ?sJJl
Prepare for the Wont P!oc
And. whllo you aro gazln r t S P011
work of those Innocent little ct-Jia Hbro
wouldn't harm a fly. don't lor!i
por; for the small boy is Just , '
corner waiting to enjoy that pss Kill
loss; but bear the loss mJ owsj
ment of nil your goods as L:.t izlin
llttlo Inconveniences aro Just tbjajsJ
blessings which you have J-f
for the last ten years. And tu." B
evening when tho boy coaM t ea fc
relate at somo length how Kto
you fooled your pa In the dip rt-J
were a boy. This will glvo jw
to gain his respect for at I !rf
to come. If you aro WciMP
might leave tho monkc v-wre t"
the gate, so that It . will not UtW
to remove from tho hinges. Icloa t
Police "Won't Be Busy. gja
It may be Interesting t SdgJte
holders to know that be dVg
special provision for the PgJESi
property on this night. T
maglne that they have 1
mlt all of tho senseless dPfV ft 11 lo-c
fertile minds can sa; JMkxjt
one of the ten or u. "--. uiptPKj u
duty Is fully capab e of f "ft 35W!a
a dozen places at ono and th Jh'ETti 1
Snd there will be three IpS
station teleyhono to an-tffc g, (
help. fcC 1
CALIFORNIA FOR HEAb-
Mild Climate, Bare Medical
nnd Charming Sctner;.
There are many "ffJJi Sft
body in which a change of
in far more valuable as
agent than all the medicine t.
be pres-cribed. itf fittrf H-r ?
, California is peculiarly fig y
all that nature can ghe i
lion. To the newcomer
ment is so strange and jj 1
ft claims the nj'dftetf jg
something stranse uu
3C0f climatic conditions tire jgh .
a wide range from hlch 1 f
In elevation from ahoui
sea level to 6000 to 7000 aWJ,, Roto
tnldity from the mo Jst E
the coast to the dry. nwg ,
of the inland mountain ' h irui
peraturc. from lhjjfrttf' Sf
Luinmer of the southern Pf fe
State to the more vefV &
unpleasant climate of l
erras. lhc there jMn r
In aCditlon to all thu, rfg
merous mineral spring , n I .
having marked lcrSf
which have already J d i
sanitariums have bten
the conveniences of moot.
are at hand. Jor i& 21.
There, too. one cga is
healthful and varied die Jk
slble in any other local! . , j
and vegetables the flrJ jt
abundance of wild f-hb- t I
that are nutritious and , I
A climate where ern0afWJ ggi
son can, with no fear Jf D cJEgi
spend ten or twelve mo" iwjad.
air. needs few acfrhea!th
of restoring lmpalra nt
ity. Great numbers or Mgr
already go to CaWornia iWp
cold of the Eastern
to their constant Kteri,gKg
er part of a California -jp
an exact counterpart 01
Says of an Eastern r rtUtjE,jJ
For descriptive an I f v. p.
ature. call on r XJm FlcE'
general agent South rn 1
pany. 201 Main street, a w