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I GOOD SOLDIERS
I' Are Devoid and
Russians Are Most Fre-
I quently Wounded in
I the Head.
H There Ib Much Wondering' How Ohi-
H neso Bandits Procured Anns
jB They Are Using.
I (Correspondence of tho Associated Press.)
HARBIN. Nov. 16. "Back and forth
along the railway, now that there Is
not much In the way of active fight
ing," writes a staff correspondent of
the Associated Press, "one meets many
Interesting acquaintances, nearly all of
whom have something to add to the
general story of tho war. Corning up
the last time across the Itsun river I
was put up for the night by the bridge
' guard clever, companionable fellows,
with Gomo very Intelligent Chinese as
sistants. There is an Iron bridge across
.the river with a little fort at each end
and a boat patrolling the river beneath
to guard against sudden descents of the
Chinese bandits -who are always on the
alert to annoy the lines of communlca
tlon, even if they can not cut them. But
the railway guard Is a very mobile or
ganization and can concentrate a strong
force up or down the line at short no
tice, while the guard boat makes the
river banks untenable for an enemy.
Sweeping1 Changes in China.
"One of tho Chinamen on guard at
the bridge is an Intelligent fellow from
the southern provinces and he predicts
sweeping changes In China when this
war is over. He, does not speak as
though he regarded Manchuria as an
integral port of China. He ftiid: 'Who
ever wins in this war is going to take
Manchuria. China will not care much.
But when the war is over you arc going
to see changes In China's internal eco
nomy. There are a great many of us
especially In the south who have studied
the question thoroughly. We know what
wo want In the way of Chinese
reforms and we are going to get them
-after this war on the border Is out of
"On a promontory high above the It
sun is perched a pretty little Chinese
village and here Is established one of
the neat, clean and compact little zems
tvo hospitals. One of the doctors had
much to say of the wounded of whom
he has handled hundreds and seen thou
sands. 'Curiously enough,' he said, 'the
majority of our wounded are shot in
the head. I attribute this to the shrap
nel bursting in the air. The Japanese
artillery has been"responsible for the
most of our casualties so far. It is the
most effective arm of the Japanese serv
Soldiers Devoted and Stoic.
I" 'We have many examples of the sto
icism and devotion of the soldiers -who
come under our caro. I was attending
a dying Cossack recently. He was In
terrible pain. I stopped to ask him
at the end what message he had to send
to his parents or relatives. Ho gave
me the number of his rifle and re
quested that It should be sent to his
commander. Another soldior limped In
here on foot. He had refused to let the
stretcher-men carry him, paying there
were others who needed the strtchers
;more. His foot was amputated -within
"In the field hospitals the men are
put twenty-five In a tent. They pre
serve their discipline even In bed and
elect one of their tent mates, usually
one of the less severely woundd, as
commander. All this is quite Indepen
dent of tho regulations. The wounded
.take orders from their tent chief and
whenever there is a shortage of help
ers, and there usually is, they help tho
I WHO CANNOT BE CURED.
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M auch as no other remedy for the diseases
HI ,d. weaknesses peculiar to women ever
HI attained, the proprietors and makers oi
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Ml chief consulting physicinn to the. Invalids'
N 5,, Surlcal Institute, at Buffalo.
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doctors with tho dressing nnd bandag
ing and also help to get the meals.
"In Harbin the volunteer surgeons
and nurses have been a blessing. All
of tho doctprs In tho town have given
their service voluntarily and many of
tho ladles who never saw a bandage be
fore the war have gone Into thc hos
pitals and become skillful nurses.
Something to Be Explained.
"One of the things that will need some
explaining when the war is over is how
the Chinese bandits got their arms.
"The majority of them carry Win
chesters, but there are many Mausers
and Japanese rifles among them and
strangest of all, many Russian rifles
from the Government factory, evident
ly rifles that have been rejected by the
Inspectors, but which could not hnve
come into the hands of the bandits un
less they had been stolen and illicitly
"There wns an artillery officer In the
station at Mukden when I last passed
through. He had been In seven battlC3
and hnd the St. George's cross. He
holds that thc average Russian artil
lery Is the equal of the Japanese, while
their latest quick-firers are better. But
In the earlier fighting, he says the
Japanese proved better gunners and
more adaptable In placing and making
their batteries. The Ruo3ian guns in
thc earlier fights always occuplod the
crests of the hills and fired point blank.
The result wns that they were knocked
out by the Japanese batteries every
time. But now the Russians are using
little except high-angle fire. It is not
unusual to have a battery 20 vardp in
the rear of a hill top and the firing
is governed entirely by telephone and
signals. The result Is- that now the
Russian artillery more than holds its
own with the Japanese."
Colleagues Wince Under Charges of
Bribery and Take Rovenge.
CHICAGO, Dec. 17. At a special meet
ing of tho City Council today, a resolu
tion of censuro against Alderman Hubert
Butler uas adopted by a vote of 55 to 5.
ns thc culmination of bribery cliai-RCs
made by him In debato in the Council,
The resolution declares Butler millty of
deliberate and malicious false statements
attacklnp tho lntecrity nnd reputation of
his colleagues. In conclusion tho resolu
tion declares him an unworthy member
of the Council
Bptlcr'a offense was a statement re
Pectlnc on Aldormon who had voted for
tho passacc of an extension of tho North
western Elevated railroad Tho rollcc
tionft against his colleagues were subse-auf-ntly
withdrawn by Butler, who how
ovor. adhorpd to tho charges that bribery
had been Attempted in his own caso, tho
alleged Intended briber being Gcnoral
Superintendent Noo of tho Northwestern
elevated. Tho accusation of tho attempt
to bribe is being Investigated by tho
HEAVY SNOW IN NEW YORK.
Shipping, at Standstill and Danger of
Delay an Other Traffic.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. Tho snowstorm
that has been moving eastward out of tho
Middle West reached New York early this
afternoon, and by 10 o'clock tonight tho
streets were covered to a depth of four
Soon after thc storm began tho snowfall
was so heavy that all vesficls in the har
bor wero compelled to run under reduced
speed to avoid tho dnngor of collision, and
tonight shipping, both Inbound and out
bound, is at a standstill, as the passago
of tho harbor is considered too dangerous
for thc larger vessels.
In tho city the cars on all thc surface
lines havo been corislderablv delayed and
general traffic has-been seriously affected.
Tho weather bureau promises a contlnu
anco of tho storm until well on toward
tomorrow, and every precaution Is being
taken to prevent a traffic blockade. In
Manhattan CWO men and 3000 vehicles aro
working tonight clearing the snow from
ICE TRUST IN NEW FORM.
Plan to Reorganize by Scaling Down
Capital Stock One-Half.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. A special meet
ing of stockholders In tho Amoiican Ice
company will bo called shortly to pass
upon a scheme for reorganizing tho
finances of the concern. Tho proposition
which will bo placed before tho meeting
Is understood to involvo tho formation of
a holding company and tho scaling down
of tho present capital stock by one-half.
Tho authorized capital now Is $5,000,000
common nnd 515,000,000 proferrcd. The
latter Is G per cent cumulatlvo and has
paid no dividends In two and one-half
years. It Is understood that provision
will be made for payment of tho back
dividends In a manner similar to that
adopted In tho United States Leather
capital readjustment, which has Just
been announced, and an Issue of now
ASKS FOR PARTICULARS,
Mrs. Cody Requests Specific Informa
tion From "Buffalo Bill."
SHERIDAN, Wyo., Dec. 17. Counsel
for Mrs. William F. Cody today filed
a motion requiring her husband, who
seeks divorce, to amend his petition as
to name the specific Instances of occur
rence of the alleged indignities offered
to plaintiff by Mrs. Cody. She asks that
dates of these be named, at what times
plaintiff's friends were refused admis
sion to the Cody home by her, and at
what time Col. Cody's friends were
driven from their home by her. She
also asks that her alleged conduct at
j the time of their daughter's death be
stricken from the recordB.
To Produce Russian. Play.
BERLIN. Dec. 17. Dr. Orloff. manager
pf tho Russian theatrical company. "Or
onow." left Berlin for N'ow York today,
to arrange for the production there of
Tschalkovsky's. "Iho Jews." In tho Rus
sian language. Thc company Is now play
ing hero In German.
Emperor Will Dissolve Parliament.
BUDA T-EST, Hungary, Dec. 17, It Is
seml-offlclally announced that Emporor
Francis Joseph will como to Buda Pest
early in January and dissolve tho Hun
garian Parliament In state. It Is also as
serted that a general oloctlon will bo or-ot-red
for January 2G. and that tho now
Parliament meet February 6,
Independent Candidate Elected.
I5A-WSON, y. T.. Dec. 17.-Alfred Thompson.
Ii:dcpndent candidate, was yesterday olectcd
to tho Canadian Parliament to ropresont tho
ukon. by a majority of 700 ovor Frederick
Concdon, liberal and Government candldato
recently Governor of. tho Yukon. Tho cam
paign was tho moat exciting over hold in
Promotion for Embassador Meyer.
KOMK. Dec. 17. It In understood that Urn-ba-vtador
Meyer will flcuro prominently In tho
diplomatic promotions incidental to thd In
AUGtiratlon of President Roojovelt and that
ho will bo succeeded by Henry "V7hIto, now
iecrotary of tho American Embassy In London.
In Precincts Where
Colorado Supreme Court
Takes More tringant
Nineteen Democrats Sent to Jail and
Five Ballot Boxes Are
DENVER, Colo., Dec. 17. Chief Jua
tlce Gabbert today announced the de
cision of the Supreme court to throw
out tho entire vote of three precincts
of ward G and one precinct of vcard 7
at the late election on the RTourm that
pross frauds were committed In direct
violation of the Injunction served upon
the election officials. s
Judge Campbell concurred In the de
cision but Judge Steele dissented, say
ing that only the Illegal votes, which
had been Identified, should be rejected
and tho legal votes should be countedi
Tho decision docs not affect the votes
for President and Congressman, which
had already been counted with the per
mission of the court.
Through the action of the court In ex
cluding five Denver precincts from the
abstract of returns to date Republicans
will secure a solid delegation In the
Legislature from the city and county
of Denver and will obtain control of
both branches of the Legislature which
canvasses the vote for State offices.
On the face of the returns Alva
Adams, Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor, had a plurality of about 11,000,
but the Republican managers claim that
when all fraudulent votes are eliminated
Gov. Peabody will have a plurality and
will be reseated.
Keubllcan Motion Granted.
Tho Supreme court this afternoon
granted a mo'lon, made by John M. YVnl
dron, one of iho Republican attorneys,
nsking the court to enter an order requir
ing the election commission to certify all
the names and tho votes on all tho Judi
cial, oxccutlvo and legislative officers to
tho State Canvassing board.
Tho result of this order of the court, It
Is expected, will bo that no more precincts
will bo thrown out and that any further
action toward throwing out of Illegal votes
will bo mado In contests before tho Coun
ty courts, in county contests, and before
the Stato Canvassing bonrd In legislative
matters and before tho Legislature con
corning thc office of thc Governor.
The Supreme court, however, will con
tinue to Investigate the charges of diso
bedience of court orders and punish tho
men found guilty of contempt. On Mon
day next tho experts will report on the
condition of the ballot box In precinct 3,
ward 4, which was opened today.
Nineteen Men Sentenced.
Since the Supremo court began its trials
for contempt nineteen men havo been sen
tenced to the county Jail for terms aid
ing from three months to one year, nnd in
nearly every caso a line has also been
Imposed. In ono caso the Judgment wns
suspended, but tho other eighteen are
serving their sentences.
Tho action of tho Supreme court In as
suming tho original jurisdiction of a city
election Is said to bo unusual In tho an
nals of law. Before the late election, tho
Republicans, believing that gross frauds
wero contemulntcd In a number of wards
usually strongly Democratic, potltloncd
tho Supreme court of tho Stato to appoint
watchers and Isauo An Injunction against
any lntorfcronco with the watchers In
nlnoty-nlne proclncts of Denver.
Both parties submitted lists of names
from which tho watchers wero to bo chos
en, but the court mado Its selection from
tho list furnished by tho Republicans.
Similar Injunctions havo been Issued
and watchers appointed In tho past In
Denver on two occasions, but in both
cases the District court Issued thc orders,
and thc injunctions were disregarded to
Opened Eive Ballot Boxes.
So far tho Supreme court has opened flvo
ballot boxes and In each case gross fraud
While it Is exyected that no more pre
cincts will be thrown out. It Is believed
that more boxes will be opened besides tho
ono opened today, and that they will form
thc basis of contests before tho Legisla
ture. Already enough votes have been thrown
out to insure a Republican majority In tho
Senate, and the Houso had previously
been declared Republican at the polls.
On tho county ticket every Republican
candidate now stands elected except in
tho case of Assessor Alexander and Judge
Bon Lindsay. The former appears to
have about 1W0 plurality and the latter
wns on both ticketB.
This may be an empty honor for tho Re
publicans, as thc Supremo court has yet
to pass upon the validity of tho spring
election for county officers. If that elec
tion is declared valid, tho Democrats
elected at that time will contlnuo to hold
Huddart Is Beady.
The Christmas fever hay set In and
the most progressive florist in Salt
Lake is rqady to decorate the whole
town with flowers. The best florist In
Salt Lake Is the Huddart Floral Co.
114-16 East Second South.
Bazar! Given by "Woodbine circle, "W
of W., No. 41; I. O. O. F. building, De
Grocery Store Liquidate.
The grocery store of C. H. Cutting, 25
East First South street, having failed
the assignee will clore them out at re
tall, commencing Monday evening. The
stock of goods will be sold regardless of
cost All fixtures sold subject to de
livery January 1. The Utah Association
of Credit Men, assignee.
London "Worse Than, Congo.
LONDON, Dec. 17.-Mrs M. French
Sholdon, the explorer and author, who
arrived at Southampton yesterday, after
having spent fourteen months in investi
gating alleged atrocities in tho Concxi
Free State, says that she has seen more
atrocities In London streets than In tho
Catholic Bishop Dangerously HI.
PITTSBURG. Dec. 17. Right Rev Rich
ard Phclan, the venorable Roman Cath
olic Bishop of Pittsburg, In dangerously
111 and is not expected to outlive tho
Hunt in Honor of tho King.
PARIS. Dec. 17. In honor 'of the King
of Portugal, President Loubct todav gavo
a hunt at tho forjst of Ramboullle"t. Tho
Mng, who :s a grcnt sportsman and a
crack shot, had notable 3ucces3.
No hi fo Strike
Situation in View
Twenty-Six Thousand Men "Will Re
main Idle Because Agreement
FALL RIVER, Mass.. Dec. 17. A con
ference lasting over four hours was held
In tills city today between representatives
of tho cotton manufacturers and their
striking operatives, but no agreement was
reached, nnd a settlement of thc great
strike. Involving 2U.00O mill hands, appears
03 distant as ever. The conference was
brought about as tho result of a trip made
by the loaders of tho strike this week to
Isow York, where they discussed tho situ
ation with President Gompera of thc
American Federation of Labor, who Is
also vlcO-presldent of the National Civic
Federation, and John Mitchell of the
United Mino Workers, and other members
of thc executive committee of the Civic
No proposition looking toward a settle
ment vas submitted by tho manufactur
er's. The strike leaders secured an agree
ment whereby the oporallves should go
back to work at a reduction of Gi por
cent or one-half tho reduction voted last
July by tho manufacturers, nnd that tho
mill hands should work at this reduction
for at least thrco months. It was also
suggested that at thc end of that time
another conforenco bo hold with a vlow to
restoring tho old rate of wages.
This proposition wn9 qulcklv rejected by
tho manufacturers. Tho tcxtllo represen
tatives then exprcfspd their willingness In
case all other plans were rejected tfy tho
manufacturers to recommend to th other
unions that the ranttor be submitted to
arbitration by a committee of tho oxccu
tlvo board of tho National Civic Federa
tion, this decision to bo final.
The Idea was discussed at somo length,
but no action was taken on 1L
FLOWERS ABLOOM IN BERLIN
Christmas Shoppers "Watch Children
Chnso Butterflies on Streets.
BERLIN, Dec: 17. Christmas shoppers
stopped In tho Untor dcr Linden today to
watch children chnso a butterfly, was ono
of several indications of tho singularly
warm weather in northern Germany.
Somo flowers are still blooming in tho
open air In Victoria LouIbo square and
a chestnut trco in Bollovuo street Is
breaking into bloom. Thc thermometer
today registered 54 degrees. Thc long
continued mildness of the weather, ac
cording to trade periodicals. Is greatly In
juring tho shoe, clothing and fur trades.
Next Governor of Yukon.
VICTORIA, B. C. Dec. 17. It is an
nounced hero that tho next Covernor of
tho Yukon Territory will bo W. "V. B
Mclnnes, a momber of the British Co
lumbia Parliament for Albcrnla, Vancou
ver island. Mr. Mclnnes will be tho
youngtst Governor m Canada. Ho sat
In the Dominion Pnrllamcnt somo years
aco for Nanalmo City.
Attempt to Burn Idaho Town.
"WALLACE, Ida., Dec. 17. An attempt
was mado last night to burn the town
of Gtm. which was nearly wlpcu ouj by
an incendiary fire last summer. The blazo
was started with coal oil in an unoc
cupied building. Prompt dlscoverv pre
vented a serious conflagration. The town
wa3 but recently rebuilt.
INDIGESTION FOLLOWS FEAST!
r:rcS:LS mmm Mrc.tl
lapS2 ths Result of Late JMf'l f (&riigeston).
Completely R, ,SBm4L B "1
MIPS NELLIE G. LOOMIS. 911
Campbell street. Kansas City. Mo., so- (
clctv belle nnd member of thc National ,
Annuity aspoclatlon, In a letter to the
P'-rnna Medicine Co.. writes as follows: .
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ihout a year ago. when I had a
complete collapse from overdoing
socially, not getting the proper rest
and too many late suppers. My
stomach was In a dreadful condition
and my nerves all unstrung.
"I wns advised by a friend to try Pe
runa and eventually I bought a bottle.
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The rich foods usually served at hol
iday dinners and the unusual Indul
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and paves the way for catarrh, which
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Catarrh of the stomach is usually
called dyspepsia. Many a case of
dyspepsia had its beginning at some
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Life Had Becomo a Burden, Caused
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Mr. "William J. Berger, Moran Bros.
Ship Yard, Seattle, Wash., President
Protected Union of Engineers, writes:
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"William G. Berger.
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distress after eating, with f02
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but six bottles of Peruna reSS
functions of my stomach
traces of dyspepsia had pasjJi
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to make train connections hi
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Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1905 jl
A sale of clothing that is In very sense
I t of the word tailor-made. Made in one j
j I f tfe largest and best equipped 1
Mpii shops in America. That our
; clothes are the best sold in Salt Lake
i IKM ' is not only a matter of opinion I
! ; Pp ' with us but a matter of fad with I
I ; K mmJ customers. They're offered I
I agak this week at these reduced prices.
! fnn olli.l,S and, vercoats ' $2G-0 22.50 Suits tuid Overcoats ... 16.50 I
; S2'?2 clU S an(J SVerCOa? 22'00 ?20'00 Suits and Overcoats ' 14.75 I
M fo- nn a1"-? "l01'00 20 00 $18 . 00 Suite andOvercoats 13.50 I
?2o.00 Suits and Overcoats IS. 50 15.00 Suits and Overcoats - H.00 1
j ; Youv money's worth or your money back. jl
i ' The furnishing goods section is in the pink of condition for gift choosing. I
! Neckwear, 25c to 2.00, all kinds. FrnQiomr iKnoonA jo. i e;iir M
-M,irin,.c oz n q nn ' Krt0:ri Hosiery, i5C to $3.00, cotton, cashmere, sux ;
1 jMulllers, Joe to o.UO, a beautiful line. nononiMn , c.n A , ' .., 'f .1
Gloves, woolen, 26c to 1.00, Scoteh nnd domestic Jewelry 25c to 4 00 ? ' FobTetc I
J Glores, kid, 1.00 to 2.50, lined and unUned flanakelelocfeitoe I
B j v Sweaters, 2.00 to $6.00, tastily colored. ' M
j - HOUSE COATS AND ROBES I
"" AT ONE FOURTH OFF 1
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