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8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 18 1909
I I NEWS Of UTAHAND ADJOINING STATESJ1 i
I Ogden News i
Office 336 Twentyfifth strost
I Circulation Department 3M twenty I
fifth street
COAl fAMINE IS fEARED I
Dealers Are Short on Fuel and Trans
portation on the Rail
roads Slow I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 17 Through the failure of
the railroad companies to supply enough
ITS to transport the coal supply of Ogden
the city is threatened with a coal famine
Jk that ot last year
Several cat loads of coal shipped to other
points and passing through here were di
tittd to Ogden this morning as many
of tie dealers ran entirely out of coal
sterday
The mines at Rock Springs and other
of 4Ctj
points are turning out an average
tons of coal a day but the railroad com
juniei are nibble to supply a sufficient
ainotint of U Irs to transport the coal l
Whllt > the dealers in the city have so
jul ben able to supply the demand they
ar advising all parties to order several
wik > in adance and unless something
i done by the railroad companies soon
iii J the way of providing more cars a coal
sj > iagv worse than that of last year will
11 t ikt the city
EXTREME POVERTY CALLS
FOR WORK FROM COUNTY
< Special to The HeraldRepulwlcan
ogden Dec 17 Sheriff Barlow Wilson
iiul ounty Commissioner O P Madsen
Iited i several of the povertystricken
lutnilies whose plight had beeir Reported
i i them today and found many Instances
i r t abject potrty
j n one CH > H a widow with nine children
Wa found living in a oneroom shanty
wtnout any food or coal and suffering
tti rlble mltei from the cold
Vhtrevei possible temporary relief was i
fcuin and during the Christmas holidays
nu tons of coal will be distributed
tung the poor families of the city In
addition to this food will be given out
id no really deserving family in desti
T t ircumstances will be overlooked
FORESTERS GET READY
FOR QUICK RESPONSE
4 Special to The HeraldRepublican
t iaen Dec Immediately after the
journment of the National Wool Grow
I convention here January 9 there will
in I a Convention of the foresters and their
Mitants of district No 4 in this city
Many subjects of mutual Interest to the
sueepmen anil the foresters will come up
or the wool growers convention and all
the forestry seri
ip = ljtions j pertaining to
i < passed by the sheepmen will receive
nnifdiate consideration from the forest
er It is expected that there will be at
i dt 60 foresters and assistants in at
t lance
SHEEPMEN ARE COMING
FIVE THOUSAND STRONG
ip > ial to The HeraldRepublican
< imlen Dec 17Many special trains aN
ling 1 1 engaged by sheepmen of the east
National Wool Grow
C o will attend the
> t onvention in Ogden next month and
i i rclmg to advice received at the local
I liuad oitiofs the attendance will be
i 10 r > than i0 Among the special trains
v ill be several from Chicago and one each
I 0 Omaha St Joe and St Louis The
K < iia City Livestock Exchange mem
1 will also come to Ogden in a special
ho local committees in charge of ar
l > merits for the convention report that
work making ready for the reception
d i entertainment of the visitors has been
a ta1y completed
ICE CROP GATHERS FOR
START OF THE HARVEST
i
Special to The HeraldRepublican
igrten Dec 17The harvesting of
t o first Ice crop of the year will be
ii t i here tomorrow Ice on the nearby I
v roams has been forming for some i
time and is at present very thick and
ti o ice dealers of the city expect to I
J nest an unusually large crop this
v f tr
y trday was the coldest day of the
Ir in Ogden and in fact the coldest
div for this time of the year ever re
> d for tbls locality Last night
t1 thermometer fell to 3 degrees above
7 rn and although the sun was shin
ig all day the mercury never rose
1 gher than 9 degrees above I
I
WIDOW OF WEALTHY MAN I I
APPEALS TO THE COURT
i Special to The HeraldRepublican
i glon Dec 17 Although the apprais
C H 11 ot the estate of A R C Smith declare
fliit lie left J7500U worth of property the
v ilW applied to the district court today
cr0 an order granting her 125 a month i
rn whhh to live pending settlement of
1 i P SUite On the representation that the
Mat van so tied up as to give no in
> ine the petition was granted
GENERAL OFFICES OF
U P ARE AT OGDEN
I Special to The HeraldRepublican
itfden Dec l7That the general of
Union Pacific railroad are
ui K c of the
lii 1 Ogden and not in Salt Lake U the
gist of a decision made by Judge J A
Hyfll in the Third district court today
ri IH ease nf Tvan Fisher who hi suing
1ft Inton Paciiir for 1800 damages on
a > omt of dl ys ni shipment of cattle
Th railroti a kfd that the case be trans
fr4 to the Stiond district court at Salt
Iake 1 setti < forth the plea that the head
< llks of the company in Utah were at
h tit Lake This transfer was denied by
Jujgo HowelL
SCARLET FEVER HOLDS
HARRISVILLE IN GRIP
< Spedal to The HeraldRepublican
n R len < Dec 1lThe county health of
fi i il > now have the smallpox conditions
a I Harusville well in hand and no fur
i v ° i pread of the disease Is expected
LMraordiini precautions are being
lk1J by th health officers Public gath
ruiifcs of ill kinds are prohibited the
v hio schlol > l has been closed and several
ilutv sh nffs have been put to work to
t toroe i th K lural quarantine This was
uue to tht scattered territory In which
i > disease has been found At present 18
k des are und r quarantine
DEATH COMES SUDDENLY
Special to The HfraidRepublican
Ogden Dfi IT Hvrum Cannon one of
hs > wealth t and best known citizens of
Huntsville arose from the dinner table
t > ii and started for a couch falling
i Id bfore he could reach it Mr Can
I Iom i was 68 years old
n
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
baa been used for YEARS by MilI I It
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
ELCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is the
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists In every part of the world Be I
cure and ask for Mrs WlnsfoWs Sooth I
irg I Syrup anu take HO other kind I
T ertyftv cents a bottle GUARAN
TEED UKDBR THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT June 39 DOG SERIAL NUMBEi
IOCS
I
CASTOR
For Infants and Chile In
The Kind You Have Always Bought i
Boars the
I Signature
I
r
Use Your Money for Xmas Gifts
I
Have Your Clothes Charged
We Will Extend You Credit
iWth We Want You to Find It Out
t
Our credit prices are as low and even
4 lower than any cash store in town
LklJ i Thousands of people are testifying
f I SIi of our credit system day by day
I12j They have come to the conclusion I
vI iri Zaa the payment way is the only way I
Come and look at our line We will show you hundreds
t of ladies suits at all prices hundreds of tightfitting coats
hundreds of capes and ladies dresses the grandest line
you ever saw
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF LADIES HATS AND FURS
We only ask you a small payment down and the balance is
100 a Week or 400 a Month
Hundreds of Mens Suits and Overcoats at All Prices
Our linens line of suits and overcoats are strictly tailor nude the lat
est style of the season at our same easy payments
STORE OPEN XMAS WEEK UNTIL 9 OCLOCK
266 11 T I i Opposite
South State W estern uutnt C 0 Kiwtsford Hotel
T
n n
GIFT GIVING
Is what these
prices amount to
2750 to 4000 Mens Suits and
Overcoats the finest we have in
ill f
the house every garment this
seasons purchase not an old h
style among them Worsteds
4
cheviots cassimeres mixtures
etc Its giftgiving time and
weve got the spirit along with
the rest of you We will sell
these Suits or Overcoats cray
enettes included NOW at the
tempting tt tic
Qf price 2 3 I 15
Theyre Crabbes Clever Clothes
1800 to 2500 Mens Suits the latest models
from Fashions centers with full value in ev
ery stitch all the newest cloths and finest
weaves You seldom see such splendid Suits
so ruthlessly cut
Aspecial NOW 1475
at I
1500 to 2250 Mens Overcoats mixtures as
well as solid blacks and grays The newest ideas
of the best tailors Some with military collars
others with plain self and
velvet collars Special 1115
r I
NOAVat
A Gift from this Store is Appreciated
Weve dozens Sensible Useful Suggestion
Be ioodBuy Early
A H CRABBE CO
220 Down Main
Jr J
Attention Knight ef Pythlac
The funeral services of Slater Mar
garet L Jones wife of Brother John H
Jones will be held in Castle hall Sun
day afternoon 19th inst at 2 oclock
All friends and members of the K or
P and Pythian Sisters invited
8 N RANDOLPH
K of R 8 Rocky Mountain No3
BOYS GIRLS AJTO
CBILDIDI BOOKS
This line surpasses in variety an
quantity any previous year1 pur
chases The titles authors styles and 1
prices are so numerous that we cant
describe the line
DE8ERET NEn3 BOOK STORE
6 sIn tfPPt
Notice of Application to Disincorpo
rate
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district in and for Salt
Lake county state of Utah In the mat
t r of the application of the Hero Ne
lada Mines company to be disincorpor
ate U Notice of application to disincor
I porate
i Notice Is hereby given that the Hero
Nevada Mines company a corporation
I formed under the laws of the state of
Utah has presented to the Third District
I I court of Salt Lake county Utah a pe
tition praying to be allowed to disincor
porate and dissoHe and that Friday the
I I 31st day of Df < ornber A D 1909 at 10
aclock a m rr as soon thereafter jrf
countl 1 far he heard has been appointed
I as the tme and tli court room of the
I Honoiabk C V Morse city and county
building Salt Lake City Utah as the
place at which said application will be
heard
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal affixed this 24th day of Novem
ber A D 1909
k MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal 1 r1L
Bs Fred C Ba = sett Ppvt < Ifr
i i Haivm Carl on Attorneys l oJo pu
I 1
Uoners
II DISEASE EPIDEMIC TO I
STOP CHRISTMAS TRIPS
I Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 17 Owing to the preva
lence of scarlet fever cases at the State
Deaf and Dumb institute the board of
trustees has decided not to allow any of
the students to go to their homes for the
Christmas holidays this year At present
there are eight cases of the disease at
the school but it Is well in hand and no
further spread is expected
Elaborate preparations for a big dinner
and a general good time for the confined
students have been made and the author
ities in charge will do all in their power
to make the holidays of the students as
happy as possible under the circum
stances The school is at present under
quarantine and all visitors are being
turned away
HAND CRUSHED BY CARS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 17 William Loyd Jr an
employe in the local railroad yards was
caught between two box cats today in
the railroad yards and his hand was so
badly crushed as to necessitate the am
putation of three fingers
Loyd was working on the couplings of
the box cars when without warning a
switch care engine bumped into one of the I
VETERAN ENGINEER DIES II I I
I
P J McDermott Killed by Blow From I
Mail Crane Beside Hail
road Traoks I
I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Pocatello Dec 11WIth his hand on
the throttle and leaning out of his cab
window a Jolt of duty which he Lad oc
cupied for more than a quarter of a cen
tury P J McDermott one of the oldest
engineers on the Oregon Short Line re
ceived his death blow to which he sue
cumber In this city at 1 oclock this morn
Ing from Injuries received Wednesday af
ternoon when his skull was fractured by
an extended mall crane which bore no
mail sack to give him warning
Train No 11 was speeding almost 60
miles an hour when the accident hap
pened The receiving clerk in the mail
car says that the crane was extended
but that It bore no mall sack It Is his
opinion that mall cranes are not usually
set in near enough to come In contact
with the bead of a man leaning out of the
cab of a locomotive However the engi
neers skull bears the distinct marks of
the crane and investigation is being made
as to the distance which the crane poet
was originally placed from the railroad
tracks
When the engineer fell in a heap on the
floor of the cab the fireman brought the
train to a standstill The engineer was
unconscious and he was rushed to the
hospital at Pocatello
I Engineer McDermott entered the employ
of the Oregon Short Line August 1 1S8S
I On July 1 of the following year he was
promoted to engineer He is survived by
a sister three daughters and two sons
one of whom is employed by the Oregon
Short Line
OFFICERS FILE BONDS
Park City Prepares to Change Hands
January 1
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Park City Dec 17The city council
has practically finished its work prelimi
nary to the advent of the newlyelected
councilmen who will assume the reins
of the city government January 1 At the
e lon Thursday evening the following
officers bonds were accepted Mayor
Frank Daily R E Wright W P West
erfield and E J DeeP councilmen and
R H Waters justice of the peace A
communication was received from F M
Smith requesting the council to seat him
as councilman in place of W J Buck
who was appointed to succeed F C
Qetsch The letter was tabled Smith
was elected at the last city election with
out an opponent The court will be asked
to decide the case
The fire and water committee consist
ing of Andrew Peterson II W Deighton
and R E Wright will confer with Er
nest Bamberger concerning the purchase
of the present water system
WIFE AND MOTHER DEAD
Mrs Stella Sparks Succumbs to At
tack of Pneumonia
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec 17Mrs Stella Sparks
wife of E H Sparks a candy manu
facturer died at her home this evening
of pneumonia after an Illness of three
I weeks Two operations had been per
formed upon her In the hope of saving
her life
Besides a husband Mrs Sparks leaves
four children and a wide circle of friends
to mourn her loss She was one of the
society leaders of Provo and was promi
nent In Mormon church work She was
35 years old and a daughter of Mr and
Mrs George W Jacques
The funeral will be held Monday at 2
oclock from the First ward meeting
house and interment will be In Provo
cemetery
COPPER BUTTE STRIKE
IS TWELVE FEET WIDE
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield Dee 17W J Sheldon of the
Copper Butte Mining company gives out
the information that the men at work on
the property have struck a vein of cop
per ore which is U feet In width This is
so promising that the company has de
termined to sink on it and a contract has
been let for a shaft which is expected to
develop considerable richness The ore
at a depth of 80 feet shows 4V per cent
copper The tunnel where development
work has been going on is 400 feet long
and midway of this the shat will be
sunk to determine whether the ore car
ries value with depth
PETTED THE WRONG DOG
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham Dec nw D S Harring
ton a local newspaper man has been
compelled to carry his left arm In a sling
this week as a result of showing kindness
to a dog Mr Harrington was out to
Tremonton and In calling on a firm inci
dentally stooped to play with a small dog
which in return bit the man on the If ft
hand drawing blood Nothing was
thought of the wound until night when
the hand and arm began to swell Upon
consultation with a local physician it
was learned that blood poisoning had set
In He was given Immediate treatment
and Is now considered out of danger
HOPE TO SAVE FRUIT
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham Dec nA meeting of all the
fruit growers of Brigham and vicinity has
been called to convene in the east room
of the county court house Monday night
for the purpose of discussing orchard
heating The matter of protecting the
fruit crop from the late spring frosts by
the smudging process will be discussed
SCHOOLBOY IS INJURED
Special to The HeraldPepubllcan
Spanish Fork Dec 17 Tuesday after
noon at recess while playing with some
other boys Leo Beckstrom aged 10 was
thrown violently down on the cement
walk and was rendered unconscious for
several Hours He will survive
ZERO AT SPANISH FORK
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Dec nThe sleighing is
good her now and people are enjoying
it The t thermometer registered aero Fri
day morning for the first time this win
ter It is reported here that the snow is
four feet deep at the Strawberry tunnel
I FINE FOR RASMUSSEN
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield Deo 17 James Rasmusaen
the man whr was found b
guilty by Proba
tion Offieor Engar of Elsinore of procur
ing liquor for ninora was bofo Judge
Jrii ell of the Richficld city court and
pleaded guilty He was fined 10 and
costs for his experience
I
FIGHT ON OVER VATER
Mantua and Brigham City Are Look
ing Horns Over Vexed
Probl m
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham City Dec 17At a meet
ing of the city council the matter of
transferring water from Mantua to this
city wag considered A number of citi
zens of this city and Mantua have pur
chased large tracts of land on the
bench east of the city with the view
of transferring certain water rights
from the town at the head of the can
yon to the land east of this city It
appears that the town of Mantua owns
a certain percentage of the flow of
Box Elder creek which it has been
demonstrated by tests made by the
city engineer seeps back into the
creek thereby giving Brigham Cfty
the benefits derived by such seepage
The company wanting the transfer
intends to divert the water at this end
of the canyon and thereby Brigham City
would lose the seepage The city re
fuses to allow the transfer to be made
at present The committee on irriga
tion reported on a petition that the
committee had received from Heber
Walker of Mantua stating that it was
the unanimous opinion at Mantua that
the city should resist any and all at
tempt to transfer the water from Man
tua to this city for private purposes
and recommended that the petition for
transfer be denied The council adopted
the recommendation
The matter of the franchise of the
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone com
pany which has beenunder considera
tion for some time was again de
terred until a near future meeting A
committee was appointed to consider
the matter of salaries and wages of
city employes and aPPolntive officers
A wage schedule was decided upon
which will be brought up for consid
eration at a future meeting The bond
offered by Mayor Thomas H Black
burn was accepted
JURORS ARE DRAWN
List for Service for January Term in
Seventh District
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec 17The following jurors
were drawn at the county court house
yesterday afternoon for the January
term of court for the Seventh Judicial
district
H G Brown Mantl B F Ellason Mo I
roni Fred C Sorenson Spring City
Enoch Jorgensen Ephraiin N O Kiel I
son Moroni James Miller Fayette John
Peterson Spring City Jens P Peterson
Moroni Alfred Alder Manti Silk Lar
sen Indianola Ephraim Hansen Eph
raim Hans Larsen Manti Henry R
Thomas Wales James E Gunderson Mt
Pleasant George E Bench Manti F W
Cox Mantl J H Whltlock Ephraim
Louie Anderson Ephraim J C Madsen i
Manti Pratt Allred Spring City F B I
Madsen Spring City Xephi Gledhill
Gunnison Daniel James Fayette Niels
Chrlstensoii Mt Pleasant John W
Mower Fairview Frank W Snow Ster
ling James K Justensen Spring City
Frank Maylet Manti Peter Frantsen Mt
Pleasant George W Bartholomew Pay
ette
SALOON LICENSES DENIED
Logan City Council Somewhat Puz
zled Over Proposed Law
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Logan Dec 1iThe city council again
took up the prohibition ordinance last
evening but did not pass it there being
some provisions they desired to have
more fully explained and It went back to
the committee on laws and oFdJmnceaj I
with instruction to commupjca with
Attorney James T HamtnoQd Salt
Lake who drew up the ordinance
The council did decide however that
the law should go Into operation on Jan
uary 3 The saloon men have made a
strong effort to secure an extension of
three months or if that was not accept
able then six weeks but their requests
for a renewal of their licenses when pre
sented last evening were tabled There
will be a special meeting of the council
held for the further consideration of the
prohibition ordinance as last night was
the last regular meeting night for the
present council
PROSECUTING SALOON MAN
Arthur Anderson of Mayfield Charged
With Illegal Selling
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Manti Dec 17County Attorney
Ephraim Hansen of Ephraim went to
Mayfield today to prosecute Arthur
Anderson on the charge of selling
liquor to minors It Is alleged that
Anderson has been getting liquor from
Gunnison to distribute the beverage
from his mercantile establishment in
Mayfield to the young striplings of
his town and the matter came to the
attention of Judge E Sorenson of
the juvenile court who has worked up
the case for the county authorities
There will be some witnesses from
Gunnison to attend the trial and it is
expected that this together with other
liquor cases under way of prosecution
will be handled vigorously by the coun
ty authorities
REPORT ON JUVENILES
Court at Logan Has Handled Cases
of Parents Also
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Logan Dec HThe local juvenile court
has made its report for the year fron
November 30 1908 until November 30 1908
public and It shows that during that pe
riod 138 children were handled in court
and 158 < cases were settled out of court
and 24 parents were in court during the
year for contributing to the delinquency
of their children Of the total number
arrested there were but 17 girls Three
boys were sent to the reform school at
Ogden and 12 were sent to the county de
tention home here
Fourteen adults were
arrested for furnishing liquor to minors
Of the 138 cases brought to court 13 per
cent of them were taken up the second
time Fortyeight per cent of the cases
so handled came from this city
DEATH OF MRS WOOD
Old Resident of Spans Ish Fork Suc
cumbs to Rheumatism
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Dec 17ilrs Edward
Wood of the Second ward died at hr
home this morning at 8 oclock chronic
rheumatism She leaves a widower and
seven children the eldest K and the
youngest 5 years of age She has been
a great sufferer not being able to walk
for more than a year Mrs Wood was
born In England M years ago and has
been a resident of Spanish Fork an the
lat 20 years The funeral will probably
be held Sunday afternoon probbly
BARTENDER ON TRIAL
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim Dec 17The trial of Alfred
Bailey of Manti began at Sterling yes i
terday afternoon Alf Bailey
afternon Ble the bar
tender in the Pehrson saloon is accused
of selling liquor to Jessie Keller who is I
under 21 years The trial was to have
commenced at Sterling yesterday but all i
the time was consumed in selecting a
jury who were Sam Klllpack Alfred i
Funk George A Funk Jessie Funk and
Irvin Snow II I I
STEINHEll TRIAL
t HAS NO SUBSIE
French Authorities Said to
Know Positively All About
the Murders
DREYFUS CASE INVOLVED
NOTORIOUS WOMAN MAY SEEK
SECLUSION IN AMERICA
BY LA VOYAGEUSE
L
Paris D 17 Although the actual
Stelnheil trial I a thing of the past yet
the Steinheil case generally speaking
still occupies the public mind and there
Is no doubt that i will continue to d
so for months to come Indeed then
are those who predict that before next I
spring there will b revelations that will
bring the entire subject t the attention
of France once more in a very startling
way
The fact of the matter is the truth o t
the old saying Murder will out IB b
ing verified almost dally in the case In
question Of course as might b ex
pected there are all sorts of stories told
about the crime and the real subject
which resulted in the murder but many
of these sifted down amount to little
more than the assumptions of individ
uals who are prompted either by per
sonal feeling or politics
From a source which may be accepted
as worthy of the highest belief it may
be said however that th authorities
well know how and why Stelnheil was
murdered and how Mme Japy foster
mother of Mme Steinheil came to her
death the same night
The name of former President Faure
a well known admirer of th Steinhei
woman is of coursementioned but it is
known that the woman had no direct
hand in the killing of her husband
Facts in the Case
The simple facts are that Steinheil I
and his wife and Mme Japy being I
Jews naturally sided with the Dreyfus
it es when that event convulsed France
and Rresident Faure who was on term
of the greatest intimacy with Mme
Steinheil wrote her letters about the
Dieyfug case in which his persona
views and those of others high in official
cal life were set forth
As concerning affaire of state of the
most secret nature these letters would
have been invaluable to the Dreyfuaards
could they but have obtained possession
of them from Mme Steinheil but while
she was an ardent defender of Dreyfus
and his friends she gave her frt al
legiance to her president lover
Following his death in her apart
ments whether accidental or otherwise
the police decided t recover possession
of the incriminating letters They there
fore made a domiciliary visit a I I
termed here at midnight t the house
oupie by Steinheil his wife and Mme
During the raid while Steinheil was
seeking to hide the letters he was killed
by the police Mme Japy who was
aged and had a weak heart died partly
from fright heart disease and suffoca
tion having swallowed her false teeth
during the excitement
Admitting however that Mme Stein
hell had nothing to do with the killing
of her husband and the death of her
fostermother there can b n possible
doubt that she Is a consummate liar and
possesses remarkable dramatic talent
together wilt It wonderful appreciation
of the advantages of dramatic effect
Had she been trained for the stage
there who believe
when young thr are many b
lieve she would have outshone Sarah
Bernhardt
Meanwhile she is in England trying
to escape the public gaze for a time
She talks of going to th United States
if she cannot find th desired temporary
seclusion in England but wherever she
may go It is certain she will b heard
from France again in connection with affairs in
And 8 The eternal feminine
Cruelty to Animals
Although England has always been
held up as a paragon in th matter of
kindness to animals yet in the case of
its womout horses there is less consid
eration shown by far than in France
I sat in the Avenue des Champs Ely
Bees last Sunday and counted the num
ber of poorly kept and neglected ani
mals in cabs and other conveyances tak
Ing the crowd to the races or out to the
Bois and out of 113 horses only five
were worn out or even badly groomed
An Englishman said today In ex
planation of the difference between
English and French public horses that
the latter are used as meat by the pub
ic and that as England does not es
tem horse meat as highly as France
horses in Albion are kilted when useless
Without entering into argument on
this question it may b said that in
many meat shops in Paris may b seen
apparently succulent horseflesh roasts
and chops decorated with flowers and
placed on marble slabs Garlands of
sausages are also often seen The sale
of this horseflesh is regulated by the
municipal authorities and subject to
police inspection
Articles for Christmas Trade
In anticipation of the Christmas holidays
days the shops are filled with articles
calculated to attract the attention and
open the purse of woman no matter I
I b wearing apparel of the latest style
or gifts for others either children or
grownups
For children in particular the most
elaborate gifts may b seen The shop
windows of th French capital noted
the world over for attractiveness or
filled for instance with the mOt won
derful dolls together with complete ac
companying outfits
Years ago I was New Years that
brought forth these remarkable dis
plays but now with the close and con
between France the
stant intercourse Frnce te
Unite States and England the occasion
has been changed to 8 celebration for
Christmastide
The world do move as Brother Ja
per observed Where dolls of ordinary
pr and dress satisfied children
appearance dres 8tls e cbldren
a few years ago nothing but elaborate
affairs will now please the average
French child
The oldfashioned doll with expres
sionless face is n longer popular Char
acter dolls with plenty of expression
and individuality are demanded Mar
velously true to life they are Many
are sold with heads that are inter
Changeable giving a choice of blonde
brunette or demlblonde One doll is
shown in its crib with the necessary
milk bottle dose at hand
Then there are a number of dolls seen
in what is supposed to b an automobile
accident with doctors nurses and at
tendants at hand An echo of the Steln
hell case is shown in a reproduction of
the French court of justice where the
famous trial took place Figures repre
sent tb leading characters In th trial
Then there are bridal parties and aero
planes reproduced in every Important
detail
CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE
Winnipeg Man Dec iTwo chil
dren of Sydney Mister of Fort House
were burned to deaLt inlay Mrs Mas
ters locked the children in the house
while she was away
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BATTLESHIP UTAH TO
BE LAUNCHED THURSDAY
Philadelphia Dec HThe battleship
Utah th largest warship of her class
ever built in the United States will be
launched at Camden N J on Thurs
day The sponsor will be Miss Mary
Alice Utah Spry daughter of the governor of
I
SOME OF THE ASTOR
PEARLS ARE BOGUS
New York Dec HNot all the Astor
pearls are genuine The report of the
transfer tax collector as filed with the
surrogate today shows that ninety pearls
In th late Caroline Webster Astors fie
strand necklace were imitations Never
theless the necklace I appraised at 51
000 Mrs Astor left diamonds and em
eralds worth 180000 additional
Caroline Webster Astor who died more
than a year ago was the widow of the
late William Astor and for many years
the undisputed leader of New York so
ciety Her husband left an estate vari
ously estimated at between 60000000 and
70060000 and many persons were aston
ished today that the widows estate in
cluding her Jewels is valued at only 1
400000 after all deductions
DECISION ON COOKS I
RECORDS DUE TODAY
Copenhagen Dec HThe examination
of Dr Cooks north pole records seems
likely to b oncludei much sooner than
had been anticipated It appears p
sible the report will be presented at tomorrows
reprt
morrows meeting of th consistory of the
University f Copenhagen The prospect
of such an early termination is not regard
ed as a good omen by the public whicn
is friendly to Cook
I
DR ANIBAL ZELAYA I
LOSES DAMAGE SUIT I
I
New York Dec 17 Fortune gave the
Zelaya family another prod this afternoon
when a Jury awarded Miss Juliette Hero I
3 0 damages against Dr Anlbal Zelaya
For breach of promise
I might as well have been S0 said
the young relative of the Nicaraguan dic
tator when he heard th verdict I have
no money and cant pay
Under the law Unless Zelaya settles he
can be committed to Jail for an indefi I
nite period S S
CLAIMS THE CASKET I
Descendant of President Monroe Tells
of Strange Treasure
Washington Dec 17 According to
Dr L H Cabell of Chllllcothe Mo
who claims direct lineage from Pre
dent Monroe the vaults of the United
states treasury contain a strange treasure
tire which has been there unnoticed
since It56 Dr Cabell has written to
Senator Stone making a claim for I
The doctor says that in 1S25 the em
peror of Japan made a gift to Presi
dent Monroe of a casket which con
tained Recording to Dr Cabell pearls
diamonds attar of roses and a lump of
goldWhile congress was authorizing the
resident to receive the gift it was
forgotten Dr Cabell says he is direct
heir of President Monroe and wants
the nsket His Claim will be inves
tgated
AGED AMERICAN KILLED
IN ASYLUM MEXICO
KI Paso Tex Dec 17 William Fee
an aged American who is said to have
had wealthy relatives at Albany N Y
was killed and several Mexican patients
were injured by an insane patient at
be Portflro Diax hospital at Chihua
hua Mexico yesterday The Insane
man a Mexican broke loose from his
guards and began beating Fee and
stones other patients over the head with
MAYBRAY CASES PUT
OVER UNTIL JANUARY
Counci Bluffs De 17The crimi
nal cases against J C May bray and
about eighty alleged assistants have
ben set for argument on the defend
ants demurrers Jury 1 1910
Hearing of the civil cases against
Maybray and certain citizens of this
place which were set for today have
teen postponed to January 10
S I
JAPANESE BUDGET
Expenditures and Receipts Are Both
Estimated at 267000000
Tokio Dec 1iThe budget estimate for
9101911 as given out today inaugurates
a readjustment of taxation that dcreases
estimated receipts JSOOOOCO Extraordi
nary expenditures of the war department
are reduced 4000000
Provision is made for the addition of
3750000 to the consolidation fund which
totals S50 of which janSftiOO Is to ht I
leveled to the repayment of the national
debt
Estimated expenditures are announced
at 267000000 which Includes 43000000 for
war and 37500000 for the navy
Receipts are estimated at 6ifkIO f of I
which taxes will contribute 1tlWAOOO 1 < I
Is announced that 170t > ifw will he devot
ed to industrial depoHTnt and to continuing
inuing ment the pulley of th Katsuia govern
DRASTIC LAW PASSED
Sydney N 8 W Dec liRuints
has been so demoralized by the coal
strike that the legislature toda took
thE drastic step of jiivsiriE a lull ten
dering bath strike leaihis inl O
ploxi > win intiRite or nl a trike
l j I nient or lockout liable tu i yesis Wliin
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SPRINGVILLE THEATRE
New Playhouse Opens With Blanch
Douglas and Company
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Springville Dec 17The new thea
tre was opened here tonight by Miss
Blanche Douglass and associate play
ers In The Girl of the Golden West
The play was well received by the large
and enthusiastic audience The same
play runs tomorrow afternoon and will
be given at night
WINS PRIZE FOR ORATORY
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Loen D liLt year when Chan
cellor Tobias of the Chicago Law School
was here he offered a prie to the stu
dent of the Brigham Young college that
should deliver the finest oration and
there was a lively competition for the
trophy a gold watch fob The judges
first selected seventeen of the orators
and finally weeded them down to three
and these three had the final tryout a
few evnings ago Today the judges an
nounced that Theras Allred was the win
I I neT
PNEUMONIA CLAIMS ANOTHER
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec 17Jesse B McCauslin 4S
years old who has driven a hack be
II tween the business district and the depot
for years died last night of pnejmnrui
I after a fortnights illn ° ss H1 ats u I
widow and a son The funeral will be
held Sunday at noon from the Fourth I
ward Provo meeting csmetery house and burial will be in
0
I OKLAHOMA BANK ROBBED
I
Lawton Okla Dec 17Five robbers
dynamited the safe of the Ciuzeiii
State bank at Oeronimc near heie
early today and escaped with j0i0 in
cash posse They are closely followed by a
pee
FOUR KILLED BY FIRE
Punxsuta np Pa Dec 17Four for
eigners were killed seventy otbrt made
homless and another fatal M i nj i aoi il
i i firp which destroyed a n nq at 1
j Frostburi mine of th t Rochester < Iuu
I burg Coal Iron company today
TREBLED ITS STOCK
Trenton N J D 17The Continen
tal Can company with offices in Jfr u I
City today filed an additional certificate
of incorporation increasing It stock from
flQW000 t 13000000

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