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i . ;. 2 Jr THfe SALT LAK:S TBIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, OdTOBEB 26, 1910. ----- W
II jt sKs
I Rev. Father Edward Cantwell
Gives Instructive Lecture on
. Church and Bible.
TELLS OP DIVINE ORIGIN
OF THE-CATHOLIC RELIGION
Gives Reasons for the Different
Interpretations of the Scrip
tures by Various Sects.
Hundreds of non-Catholics filled St.
Mary's cathedral last night to hear Rev.
Father Edward Cantwell. the Rcdcmptor
1st mission father, deliver the opening
'sermon to the non-Catholics of Salt Lake.
Father Cantwell took for his subject,
"The Church and the Bible." In part,
"My dear friends, I wish to slate first
that It Is not my Intention to hurt the
religious feelings of any one here tonight.
' I respect a man. who sincerely tries to
I Jive according to tho creed or sect he
I selects, and far be it for me to pain by
a single word the men or women who
i are following their beliefs according to
) ' the standard given them. I am here to
night to explain to you our position
I taken In regard to the Bible not to chide
you for your belief,
j "Tho Bible, dear friends, is a silent
book as regards Christianity, because
, there was no Bible for centuries. It was
not accessible to the primitive Chris
tians becauso tho scriptures were not
written for a long-time after the estab
lishment of Christianity; Tho Christian
religion was founded In the year .'13. St.
Matthew's gospel did not appear until
eight years later. St. John's did not come
to light until the end of the first century.
I say "that tho Bible does not explain It
self and presents many knottv diffi
culties. Think of the different views ,
taken of the scriptures when 300 denomi
nations exist, all claiming the Bible, but
each taking a different interpretation. '
I Different Interpretations Made.
"For instance, the Presbyterians claim
there should be no bishops in the church
becauso the Bible snys priests; the
Episcopalians claim that the Bible calls
for bishops, the Baptists Insist on
buptlsm. while other denominations say
thare should be no baptism; and so nn.
each taking a different Interpretation.
There should bo harmony and concord
In the spiritual world, and In no church
Is this spirit found but In the Roman
Catholic church. Our Saviour calls His
church a shocpfold. 'And there shall be
one fold and one shepherd.'
"I contend that a God-lnsplrcd book
ennnot lead people into different paths.
I There must be authority, unity and
npostollclty. and I contend that tho
Catholic church is the only one that has
' Beginning of Catholic Church.
"From the day the apostles commenced
their sublime mission, when Jesus Christ
said to them, 'Go ye forth and tench all
I" nations.' from that day we date the
active life of the Catholic church. I
.r contend that tho Catholic church can
p1 vindicate the title of apostolic, becauso
p she derives her origin frpm the apostles.
tfrji I contend that the great authority of
m '"f Christendom today is the pope of Rome.
Bv;' the direct puccessor to the apostles. I
w contend that there must be one supreme
head of the church of Christ on this
t . earth, and 3 once more declare this bend
m. to be the pope of the Roman Catholic
h church, and when Rome has spoken the
contest Is ended.
"Did not the great and nobio fathers
f of our glorious country recognize this
t fact, that there must be one head to
r our great government? Arc. not matters'
of grave importance referred to tho
great justices of the supreme court at
f "In conclusion I wish to tell you that
1 tho Catholic church considers tho Bible
the hojlest and moBt beautiful book In
r .the world. For fifteen " centuries tho
k 'church wns tho sole gunrdlan of tho
k- sacred book. Who saved it from de
ft i structlnn when the Huns, the Goths and
M " ..the Vandals descended from the north.
m- destroying all before them 7 I answer.
B f the Catholic church. Learned monies In
Bb , iJthe much -abused monastic ages were
B ' constantly busy copying with pens the
holy book. When one monk died another
IP : DO THE WORK
Food Eaton Is Worthless Unless Digested
Some. Stomachs Must Have Help,
Food taken into the Stomach which,
from the nature of the food or the eoridl
. tlon of the stomach, is not digested, is
worse than no food at all. This is a true
H statement as far as it goes and a great
H many, dyspeptics go only this far with
j their reasoning. They argue with them-
SH selves that because their stomachs do not
do the "work given them, they must be
HJ given less work; In other words, they
fl mUBt be starved. It would be just as
BBfl sensible for a business man who is un-
Cml ?.b,e1t0,(1t a11 ",K own work to cut down
pfl his bUBlnesB to his own capacity as It is
pfl for a man to starve himself to relieve
Sfl i)3 stomach. The sensible business man
employs help and goes forward with his
sfl business. Likewise the senslhle dyspep-
fl tic will employ help for his stomacn and
J give his body proper nourishment.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets actually do
J no work assigned to them. Thcv relieve
weak and overburdened stomachs of a
pfl great portion Of digestive action. Their
component parts are Identical wuti those
ftafl of the digestive fluids and secretions of
pfl tho stomach and thny simply tuku up
no grind and carry on tho work just
the same as a good, strong, healthy stom-
BBB ch would, do it,
BBvl thlB account Stuart's Dyspepsia
BBBJ Tablets arc perfectly natural in thMr
BBBJ nction and offocts. TJioy do not cause
BBBJ ny unnaturaj or violent disturbance 'in
the stomach, or bowels. They themselves
BBBBl S'm?1 ,ho.,fa-ul ?Hfl. uPPly fhe system
BBMfl with all the nourishment contained in
BBBjj what is eaten and carry out Nature's
BBB plans for the sustenance and mainto-
BBB nance of the body.
How much more sciisible In this method
HHj than that oinployod by munv sufferers
BSbI :LottV VL'ak stomafhs. By this means
BMfl the body and brain gel all the sooti. nu-
Vfl trltlous food they need and the man Is
j properly nourished and equipped to
BBBJ, carry on his work and perform his duties
BBBf tic could not possibly bo in proper
BBB working condition by starving himself or
HHj jjmplnylng some new fangled. insuf-
HBB ilclrnt food that does not contain enough
BBBJ nutriment for year-old hnby. a. hitong
BBj nittu dolnir strong work must be pronerlv
BBH fed and this applies to the hraln as well
BBBjj thu body.
Stuart's Dysnepsla Tablets, bv rellev
BB the stomach of Its work, enable it to
BBBJ recuperate and. regain its normal health
BBBfl an-d strength. Nature repairs thfc worn
BBBBl ,ftn?. 'tv''ltvl tissues Just as she heals and
knits the bone of a broken limb, which Is
of course not used during the process of
bVmVJ Ktuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale
BBBJ hy a" druggists at fi0 cents a box and
HBJ Vic'y nrc ,llc onc article that the druggist
VBJ does not try to soil something In thu
BBBBl p,ac.?of, that s "Just as good." Their un
auauried merit and success and the uhl-
BBBBl ?m'JLd.imnml fr ,nom lm Placed them
BBBBj tllc 1'ach of everyone.
W Constipation, Tovpirl Liver,
BHIouBitQSS, Slok Hoadncho and
all Stomach Disorders posltlvoly H
I and permanently cured by
I Thoy clear up tho slclu, tono
up tho ontiro system and make H
H you feel llko a new person. ' I
fl Altraj-3 keop n box on hand, H
KL At nil drugglnts. JQB
took his place, watching llko a faithful
sentinel over God's word "
Invites tho Public.
Rev. Father Cantlwcll extended a cor
dial invitation to all non-Catholics to
attend the lectures during the remainder
of the week The services nt thu ca
thedral for the Catholics are at (5:30 and
S o'clock in the morning. Confessions
arc heard from S to 12 and from 3 to G
o'clock in the afternoon. Benediction of
tho blessed sacrament completes the in-'
tcrcstlng services every night.
EXCURSION TO DENVER
Via 0. S. L. and U. P. lines. Round
trip from Suit Lake, $22.n0; limit No
vember 11. City ticket office 156 Main
STILL IN HOPE
Continued from Tagc One.
contact with hunters, Indiaus, prospec
tors or game wardens, who cover the
country pretty thoroutrllly.,
Reward Is Offered.
A heavy snowstorm drove Cole and
his companions out of their attempts to
reach the place, but on reaching Biscoo
a searching party was dispatched.
Provisions were left by IV. Meyers in a
hunter's cabin on Rumscy lake and
shots wore fired to attract the atten
tion of the aeronauts.
A rewurd of $200 was offered today
by a company of fur dealers which has
10,000 correspondents In Canada for in
formation about the missing aeronauts.
According to Captain John Berrv of
St. Louis, who had charge of thu infla
tion of the America 31., tho last words
of Ilawley before starting in the raco
"We are good to stay up seventy or
eighty hours and o.vpect to break every
record far distance and endurance, I
know we arc bound for the Canadian
wilderness.- but no timber will slop us.
We shall sail as long as the balloon has
an ounce of lifting power, and take our
chances on being found."
"I bellevo." snld Barry, "that Hawley
and Post are now down and safe, far In
the north of .Canada. They told me they
had enough food capsules to sustain them
"Hawley is a daredevil, whose one
principle Is to keep up as long as his
balloon will carry him. Everybody knows
Post's intrepedity from his presence of
mind in making an entry In his log book
while falling In a balloon In Berlin.
"If they had a bag of sand left they
would stop for no wilderness or forest,
I never saw u balloon so completelv anil
scientifically equipped as was the Amer
The balloon's equipment included rifles
and ammunition, fur lined coats and
boots, a large box of compressed food
tnblels. matches, salt, knives and fish
ing tackle, half a dozen cold chickens,
and crackers, several gallons of water,
whiskey, brandy and other medicines.
LIKELY TO ABANDON PLAN
FOR RESCUE BALLOON.
ST. LOUIS. -ct .25. Lewis Spindlcr,
representative of the Aero club of St.
Louis, in the soarch for Alan R. Haw
ley and Augustus 3ost, the missing
pilots of the Amorlca II . which left hero
In the international balloon race Octo
ber 17, tonight started from Toronto
to Chapleau, Ont.
He telegraphed the local officials that
John S. Rogers, chief of the Ontario
provincial police, had assured him that
the report that the America was seen
at Chapleau Tuesday night, October IS,
Acting upon this information, Mr.
Splndler will spend his time at Chapleau
and Sudhury. Ont The America was
reported as passing the f..nner town at
11 o'clock Tuesday night.
The local Aero club officials Ho not
accept the statement of the lUllwaukeo
weather bureau officials that there Is
a probability that Hawley and Post wcro
caught In contrary- winds on Lake Su
perior Tuesday night and forced to de
scend In the lake.
It Is probable that the idea of having
S. Louis von Phul and Joseph O'Reilly,
crew of the Million Population Club bal
loon, start from Sault Ste. Marie, 'Mich.,
In the- St. Louis No. .1, as a relief party
in search of tho Now Yorkers, will be
abandoned. The plan was considered se
riously Monday night at a meeting of the
There Is wide divergence of opinion
concerning tho practicability of the plan.
Some say that even should the balloon
Ists be so extraordinarily lucky as to
strike tho precise current that would
take them over the America's course,
tho chances would be Infintlei against
them seeing the balloon or Its occupants
even at a low level, if they had landed.
Von Phul tonight said that he was
preparing, for the trip.
BELIEVE BALLOON LOST
IN LAKE SUPERIOR
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Oct. 25. That the
balloon America II. was lost on Lake
Superior is the belief of W. C. Deveroaux.
weather forecaster of Milwaukee.
"There was a 'low' moving this way
when tho balloons started at St. Louis,"
said Mr. Devoreaux this afternoon, "and
this 'low" caused the wind to blow from
the south about the time the balloons
reached Lake Michigan. This south wind,
of course, took the America II. directly
north, as Is proven by messages from
"This straight northerly course took
the America II.. I believe, over the east
ern end of Lake Superlpr. By the time
It got there the 'low' had gotten to tho
southeast of the balloon with the wind
from the southeast. Thus the Amorlca
IL and her two passengers were carried
west over Lake Superior. Later, accord
ing to the bureau's records, tbc wind was
from the north, which forced the Amer
ica IT. south agnln. but apparently tho
huge bag did not get far enough south
to come down to the land."
LEAVES WILL DISPOSING
OF PROSPECTIVE WEALTH
BOSTON. Oct. 25 Believing herself
n beneficiary to the extent of one mil
lion dollars in the will of n rich man
in New York, whose name is not dis
closed, Mrs. Cora Johnson, who died
here a few days ago. left a will dis
posing of such nropertv, although being
possessed herself of $100 at her death.
Mrs. Johnson, of whom little is
known, made several public bequests
of $5000 each to hospitals and homes,
and leaves half a million dollnrs in
trust for t he benefit of Charles Ed
ward Holhrnok, s.on of Henry W IIol
brook of Newton, Mass.. the boy to
receive the principal at the age of 25
"White Slavers" Sentenced.
PITTSBl'RG, Pa., Oct "5 Frmk r
Williams and Anna Hull ,f thS clfv
were found guilty of violating the white
slave aw, enacted by congrc-ss on Juno
I1.'. 1' ,y, il ,fcdcrl Jury in the United
States d strict court today. Each w'ols
tt!mtW(' ycaru an1 ' months
in prison. Theso were among the llrst
prosecutions under the new law.
Girl Companion of Condemned
Crippen Quickly Acquitted
RELATIONS WITH CRIPPEN
ARE NOT CONTRADICTED
Was in Love With Him, but
Did Not Know Him as
LONDON, Oct, 25. After a trial last
ing but a few hours in the New Bailey
criminal court today, a jury found
Ethel Clare Lenevo not guilty as an
accessory after the fact in tho mur
der of Cora BellG Crippon, for whose
death tho latter 's husband, Dr. Crip
pen, will die on the gallows on Novem
Miss Leneve was in love with Dr.
Crippen and slept in the houso within
forty-eight hours of tho time tho doc
tor murdered his wife and buried the
dismembered parts in the cellar of his
Ililldrop-Crescent home. Sho accom
panied Crippen in his flight to Canada
and with him was arrested and in
dicted. From tho first sho maintained inno
cence of any knowledge of the crime,
but tho crown allogeu that her beha
vior subsequent to the disappearance
of Mrs. Crippen, or Belle Elmore, as
she was known on the stage, was such
as to betray a guilty knowledge of the
Testimony Is Brief.
When arraigned today Miss Leneve
pleaded not guilty and "witnesses were
introduced by tho prosecution to show
that she had experienced periods of
great mental distress following Belle
Elmore's death. The crown prosecutor,
Richard Mnir. infcrnrliipprl nnlv cnnli !.
dence as had been hrought out in tho
Miss Leneve 's counsel asked the jury
to bear in mind that his client had been
under tho influence of Crippen, one of
the most dangorous criminals of recent
years, since she was 16 years old. This,
ho asserted, accounted for her flight in
tho doctor's company. There was no
proof that sho had 'knowledge of the
crime. Counsel said he took upon his
own shoulders tho responsibility for not
putting Miss Leneve in the witness box.
Lord Chief Justice Alycrslone, who
presided, in summing up for the jury,
said ho saw no reason why Dr. Crip
pen should havo told Miss Leneve a
story different from that which ho told
Miss Leneve was born 'at Diss, N'orfolk
on June "12, IS"", the daughter of Walter
Leneve. a railway agent. Thero was
nothing unusual about her early life.
She learned stenography and obtained
employment at the Drouct Institute,
where she met Dr. Crippen, who was con
nected with the Institution In a consult
ing capacity. Later the Institute was
closed and Dr. Crippen Bet up. for himself
in tho dental business and took Miss
Leneve with him as a stenographer and
She fell In lovo with her employer and
after the death of Mrs. Crippen went to
live with the doctor and later told her
friends they were married.
Hard on the Editor.
LONDON. Oct. 25. Thero was a sonncl
to tho Crippen murder case when tho
high court today Inflicted a fine of flOOO
on Assistant Editor Perrls for contempt
of court In permitting the publication in
the London Chronicle of n story asserting
that Dr. Crippen had purchased hyoscln
and had confessed to the murder of his
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
The senior dance, which will be given
Saturday evening in the gymnasium, will
be a football affair, but still the players
on the team will not be admitted with
out tickets. The squad will be at the
dance In a crowd, nevertheless.
Tho cadet drill Monday afternoon was
the best since the work begun and Cap
tain Webb was well pleased.
The athletic directors met with Prin
cipal Eaton, Monday, and went over the
football boys' class records, as a list of
eligible players must bo sent to Ogden,
Thursday. Five boys were found to be
lacking in fifteen hours of passing work.
Thursday Is the latest opportunity to
The contractors for the new manual
training building arc determined to gut
cue oiggest part or tho outside work done
before tho cold weather sets In. The
foundation will be completed this week.
The Red and Black made its second
appearance Tuesday afternoon undor the
name of football number. The Issue
was a good one throughout, and the
cuts and Jokes were above the average.
Principal Eaton will be consulted con
cerning a big footbull assembly Friday.
The championship game of the season
between Ogden and Salt 'Lake high
echopls is played Saturday and a rous
ing nssembly will without doubt be held
at both schools.
Principal Eaton will consult ttw board
of education concerning the proposed
football trip to Colorado. The board
has not refused in any case during the
past, and It is hoped that it will not
' OF THE MODERN WIFE
NORFOLK. Va.. Oct. L'S. Dr. E. T.
Brady of Abingdon, Va., president of the
Virginia Medical society, in his annual
address before that body tonight, said:
"There arc exactly .350 cold-blooded,
premeditated murders of defenseless In
nocents for every 000 children brought
Into tho world. Think of It! And the
large majority of these horrible crimes
are perpetrated by so-called Christian
and Intelligent wives who thus from their
vaunted social height give an example
for a doctrlno of convenience and selfish
"Vanity, social aspirations, fashions,
Ignorance and fads all consplro against
WHY WOMEN SUFFER
WITH PILES AND HOW TO FIND
A LASTING CUBE.
Constipation is a moat frequont cause
of, piles. That is why women suffer
more often from piles than men. In
door work and lack of exercise brings
on tho attacks.
Schramm-Johnson Drugs, five store.
sell Hem-Iioid, an internal tablet reme
dy for piles, on tho understanding thnt
vou can havo tho money back if dis
satisfied. .$1 for a large bottle. Dr.
Leonhar.dt Co.. Station li, Buffalo, N.
x., mail booklet on request.
THE LATEST BALLOON DESCENSION. '
Wind, Fire and Water Combine
to Wreak Destruction
Around Naples Bay.
LOSS OF LIFE HEAVY,
BUT YET UNDETERMINED
Angry Vesuvius Pours Rivers of
Mud and Showers of Ashes
Over Rich Land.
NAPLES, Oct. 25. Tho beautiful
coasts of the bay of Naples and the
gulf of Salerno and the islands of Ischia
and Proeida have been devastated by a
peculiar combination of the olenicnts.
The exact number of the victims has not
been learuod, but 250 persons arc said
to have been killed. The monetary loss
The disaster appears to havo como
in the form of a tornado, having three
centers, the first over the island of
Ischia, the second over the town pf
Torre del Greco, on the east coast of
th i bay of Naples, and the third sweep
ing tho gulf of SaJorno.
Accompanying tho winds wore a
cloudburst, a tidal wave and a violent
eruption from Mt. Vesuvius, from a
crater suddcnl- opened on tho summit
of tho long extinct Alt. Epomeo. on tho
island of Jschia. Ischia and tho adja
cent islands suffered most. No Ameri
cans are reported in the troubled zone,
foreigners having recently given that
section a wide berth, .because of th.6
Begin Work of Relief.
.throughout the night much confusion
existed a3 the failure of the electric
and telegraph wires left tho territory
in darkness and without means of easv
communication. Admiral Leonardi, min
ister of marine, is at Ischia, organizing
the relief for which $40,000 is already
The coasts of the Minalda which yes
terday were beautiful with their
Rrowth of orange, lemon and mandarin
trees have boon overrun with rivers of
mud and ashes from Alt. Vesuvius.
Human bodies and the carcasses of
animals have been discovered. Tho
unique high road from Sorronto to
Amalli and Salerno formed by terraces
in the mountain cliffs and' bordered
with fruit trees and vines was unrec
ognisable today. At several points
landslides have occurred.
Next to the loss at Ischia the greatest
damage was done in the towns of Por
tici, Torre del Greco. Hesiua, Amalfi,
Sorrento, Maiori,. Eavello, Angri, Ponto
Cagnao, Cetara and Monte Corvino.
Some Detailed Reports.
The station master on the railroad
at Vietn, a mile and a half west from
Salerno, was killed by an olectric
shock while attempting to telegraph the
news of tho disaster to other points
Hopprts from Ischia describe the
situation there as distressing. Tho fa
mous baths of Lucullus have been de
stroyed. At some points tho lava front
Mt. Kpomeo is twenty foot deep.
When the cyclone was at its height
enormous hailstones fell and huge
rocks detached from the mountain
peaks came tumbling down.
At Torro del Greco, the roof of a i
building was blown ofF and thu floors,
i-ollapsing, earned a sailor, his wifn and .
ehtld of 1.5 months into tho cellar i
The woman was klllud and the hus,
band, with the babe in his arms, es-' i
caped from tho place only to bei
drowned in the street. The baby was 1
Natural Laxative piy
I Recommended SPi
1 by Physicians fes?
1 Refuse Substitutes SjgJ
9 Best remedy for Wt
IN WEWSTYLE HW
Days of Hip, Hurrah, Display
and Splendor Are No
NEW YORK, Oct. 25. Tho passing of
old time campaign methods is apparent
ly marked by the present gubernatorial
and congressional campaign In New
York. Keen political observers have
several times noted that tho campuHjn
Is the quietest In many years and they
declare that it is not due to public
apathy, but merely to the fact that the
day of red fire, torchlight parades, ban
ners, bands and buttons, as well as street
corner spellbinding and cart tall oratory,
has gone by.
In all New York there are not more
than half a dozen campaign banners tills
year, rio American flags are used for
campaign advertising. nnd the man
wearing a button with the name and pic
ture of his favorite candidate on it Is a
"On the whole, the system of cam
paigning Is the better one." declared
John A. Mason, secretary of the Demo
cratic stale committee. "Red fire and
parades don't mako votes. The 'quiet'
campaign i3 more effective. With the
passing of time honored customs and
methods, suner ways of doing the work
of the campaign are coming Into vogue
Newspaper and campaign litcraturo have
takpn the place of the old devices. Ap
peals are now made to the voters' rea
son, not to their emotions.
"The last time flags, bunting, banners
and buttons were used in large amounts
in this city was the McKinley-Brvan
campaign of 1S30. In that year "the
American flag was used extensively Thit
was a national campaign, but in 'every
campaign since there ban been a con
stant tendency to get away from the
tivffiJ'ird a"d ViS'ble 8,sn f P0,ltIcRl "fi
guring the last mayoralty campaign
one party alone spent 51000 on campaign
buttons. Not a cent is being used by
the New York committee for this purpose
this year. Similarly with lithographs or
posters In the old days almost every
s ; on, window had a lithograph of a can
didate on view. This year one must
walk blocks before finding one."
1 University Notes
Examinations for tho Rhodes scholar
ar,(i.,belnf holfi at tho university to
ua. All applicants must be at least ol
sophomore standing In college, and will
be required to pass tcsts-in Latin. Grock
and mathematics, as well as other sub
jects. At the regular weekly faculty nicetln"
held Monday afternoon, tho committee
on s.udcnt affairs was Instructed by the
faculty to confer with tho students re
garding the matter of giving the football
team a big send-ofT. as they start on the
Colorado trip next Thursday.
.h u"ls ,.c,,,b lns. ,,c,en organized at
ho university and Is doing dally prac
t ce. xNow members are invited to Join
tho club at a meeting to be held In the
library building today at noon
"Thl.0 4tS f.or Flacos on thc cst of
Tho Professor's Love Story" resulted
in the following selection of studonts
Professor GoodwMHe, Spencer Felt- M s
Goodwill e. Ellen Henderson? Lucy
Uhlte. Vivian Tolhurst; Sir George Gild
ing open; Lady Gilding. Luclle Rogers
Dowager Lady Laura Paulson: Dr. Col
zens. I5arl Van Cott; Dr. Yollowlccs
open; Effle, Edna Hull; Menders HaS
Johnson; Pctv. Robert Sharp. Trvo,J
held soon?"' tW0 P'oslti0"3 will be
The seniors held a business moot in
Monday Matters relating to the finances
of the class were taken im. ;md a "neclal
appeal made to the boys to get OUt VnJ
class football. s ut for
Dr Kingsbury has returned from
trip to Cedar City, whero he Jia, boon
ma! "scliool. ,nsp,on r e "ranch m,r-
.mhS University Engineering society
will bo organized in thc phvslcs btili, i, Z
today. Besides Hocting ofilcers for ho
year, a programme committee will h
appointed to co-operate with ib rnb
nlty of tho School ofMlnes In ar anglng
ror a aeries of lectures on ongim-er n
subjects to be given boforo h -EJ?r.
The girls' JiteraTy society, the Order
I of the Gleam, held its regular weffi
. mooting Tuesday afternoon. w--'i
! Tho Idaho students attending thu uni
versity will hold a mooting November I
rhu members call the club the I. I. r club
and are deeply concerned In tho po il
eal situation In Idaho.
The dramatic club practiced the tlrst
act of the play. "Tho Professor's Lovo.
Story ut a meeting held Tuesday afti-r-noon.
The cast Is complete with the ex
ception of two parts.
Explosion Kills Three.
CENTRAL CITY, Colo.. Oct 2o
Jack Dean. T?, . V. Moore and Christo
V., Grond'Huyer,. minora employed at
the I-rhntenac mine in Itussoll jrulch,
wore killpd hy at premature cxploaion
in the minu workings yesterday. The
men were literally blown to picccB. ff
"the queen of table waters, lM
Its pute Natural Carbonic Acid Gas 9
acts as a Gastric Stimulant and TorijJB
and promotes the Digestion and AssimjyjB
of even the Richest Food, W
STORIES OF SUCCESS!
J. M. STUDEBAKER. 9
fmBSSSBt From the very first the subject of this ritfl
HMpPfSIHB understood thc difference between beintr a
Mta&SaH and a capitalist To the goal of success the i thfl
MB wfli .blacksmith struggled on and on until he it!H
Mm-l tJHll forth toduy as one oC 1,110 rcat captains of fcfl
l'7? jHjHB to" of tl,c "world. In a wagon built bv hiiiS
LriSyB hands he traveled overland to California la afafl
&P.7ttMJM niner, and on his return invested every" ,mH
RVVJBW penny of his diinR into the frantic waonlH
IK ' KM, n0BS "which today spreads its name world-wliB
iK?iyv'H Always and always he saved for somaM
BrajMBg v investment, roaHzing in the full that wealth t9
HHBHW TLe small sums so many spend and neverfl
' member, saved by Mr. Studebakor, were tha
datlou of his fortune. Money begets money.
"Without capital you will be slow to rise. .flj
Start a savings account, a dolhiT opens it, and our 4 per ceatj'tfl
est, compounded semi-annually, makes it grow. 'B
"Wo earnestly await your coming.
May we not expect you soon!
UTAH SAVINGS & TRUST C0.1
235 MAIN STKEET, M
In tho Business Heart.
MASONS GIVE FEAST
AIID D0R!TUAL WORK
Joint Session of Lodges One of
Most Important Events
Last evening the Masons of thc city
, met at thc temple in annual joint ses-
slon. This waa the biggest event of the
. Masonic year and thc greatest gathering
but ono in tho history of thc craft. The
temple was crowded to capacity and
many were turned away. Martin Car
rulhors was raised to thc M. M. degree,
the work being done by the mastera of
three lodges Wasatch No. 1, A. C.
wherry: Mount Morlah No. 2, P. A
Simpkin, and Argenta No. 3. F. I-l!
After the completion of the ritualistic
work a banquet was served to the mem
bers of tho throo lodges. F. H. Crager
gave "The .Greeting of thc Host," and
Introduced Gilbert 13. Pfoutz as toast
master. E. 13. Crltchlow; responding to the
:?a'., .'The .UnRy of Masonry." stated,
that this unity is found, not In wisdom,
secrecy, brotherhood or charity, In kindli
ness or the pomp of ceremony, but In
tho answer which Masonry gives to tho
great questions of thc ago, God and Im
mortality. Judge C. S. Varian. speaking of "The
Kthlcs of Masonry, said that ethics Is
the science of the laws which regulate
our actions as moral agents, which im
plies that wc arc free moral agents of
our own individuality: thnt the responsi
bility for moral growth cannot be shifted,
hut must be borne by each for himself;
that one following the principles of Ma
sonry will become a man of strength and
noise, able to meet every emergency of
life bravciy and to help others.
A. C. Wherry extonded the groetings of
VVasntch lodgo to the visiting lodges.
Christopher Dlohl, who was scheduled to
answer to "Auld Lang Syne," boing ill.
his health was drunk by all present and
I the toast was responded to by G. F.
Goodwin. He slated that the first grand
i?der?0-f IjtIin waa organized Januarv
in. is I., nnd gave an account of thc
growth of tho order nnd a brief mention
of those who were Influential in that
Rov. P. A. Simpkin explained "Tho
Goal of Masonry" In a brief hut force
rul manner and urged all Masons to
work steadfastly toward the attainment
of that goal and tho betterment of hu
manity. In conclusion all joined in sing
ing "Auld Lang Syno."
TEDDY IS GIVEN
t FIERCE SCORING
Continued from Page On?.1
ord a.i the prosecutor of thc suar trust.
In a speech here the Democratic candi
date for governor declared that the Re
publican .nominee had acted contrary to
a nice sense of honor" when he ' ro
Plgned as federal district attorney with
the sugur litigation unfinished and prac
tidily forced the government to am
Ploy him us special counsel to continue
the prosecution at groat ly Increased re
muneration. Mr. DIx asked why Mr. Stlmson had
"!L sallied with recovering onlv
S2.00o,00n from the American Sugar Re
fining company, when the government's
original claims amounted to $11,000,000,
Finally he nssallcd Mr. Stlmson because
the men of great wealth and social po
sition at tho head of the company havo
entirely escaped punishment."
Mr. Dlx s:ild his opponent had "called
me a 'reckless liar' because I haw char
acterized his nominator (Roosovolt) In
language which I shall neither quality
nor withdraw, and complete Justification
for tho nso of which lias hecn. I .submit
to the voters of tho state, furnished
by the recent activities and pant per
formances of the man who has done
more to destroy huslness confidence and
unsettle business valors than unv other
man who has ever appeared In the public
H'fo ot our country."
TEDDY INVOLVED IN
that follows taking a dose of caatot
oil, salts or calomel, is about tho
worst you can endure Ugh it
ives one the creeps. You don 't
nava to have it CASCARETS
moye the bowels tone up tho
Uver without these bad fee W9.
CASCARBTB ioc box for m week'a
Simon Baldwin, fomorchteTjiB
Connecticut, and Democratic cl
for governor of that state, la rS
Mr. Baldwin's demand for a. nH
of statements made regardlnriB
Colonel Roosevelt In his speech iH
cord. N. H., on Saturday.
Colonel Roosevelt in that ipmH
that Baldwin stood in a retnH
l attitude toward worklngmen'i cfl
satlon laws. Justice Baldwin InjH
ter said he never had held thfl
attributed to him. Colonel ItoosfH
, his letter repeats what he salFH
speech complained of by JusttelH
win to the effect that It was
Ion that It was not competent!
workman, who may be driven
need, to accept any cmploymil
bind himself not to be compnH
his health is damaged or It: he
or limb In that occupation.
SENATOR LODGE TALKS M
OF RECIPROCITY .jfl
NORTHAMPTON. Mass.. Qetfl
"While thc Democrats In this ittjS
been chattering about redprotlH
Canada, I havo been hclplnf
things dono which really adraaH
declared Senator Henry Cabot LW
a speech at a Republican rally,. bH
"Negotiations with Canada 'ftyfl
proclty, which have been steadily
by every Republican administratis
President Harrison down, are mohjH
Islng under thc management of hi
Taft than ever before."
I ORPHANS' HOI
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Thursday evening, Oefl
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theatres in the cityfl
Program in detail tomB
row morning, m
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right away as there'B
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