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II Z li great satisfaction we loam
if (h t Jo( Jefferson Is improving and
vlll ie" pr- Alth0Ugh jGfterson lEf
' I old em-iRh to expect the final sum-
' I nions at any time, his stay with us
,ias inart, so many of us happier and
I better " "t we dislike to think of
r hg pass-t away. The old man was
Q a good at or, he Is a jolly friend and
ES hafs ir e he can boat Grover Cleve-
U ami fishing right In his own boat.
B That sorf of a man ought not be re-
I moved fr.m the earth short of a cen-
. I tury at ' "st.
R . O
is The t) ''ble man has the easlesj.
: H job on tl Independent. Ho has so
H little to d
H DEATH OF MRS. SCHUMACHER.
H Kveryoii" who knows Mr. T. M.
H Schumaclifr the genial man who is at
H the head of tho traffic department of
H the Oregon Short Line, will grieve
"' M with him because of the death of I1I3
' estimable wife, which occurred at L03
'M Angeles, Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
m Schumacher had bo n an invalid for
;1 somo time, suffering from an affection
of tho heart. Tho Interment will bo at
m Painevlllo, Ohio, and Mr. Schumacher
M is now en route for tho east with tho
M remains. Although Mrs. Schumacher
m wag not so well known hero as she
H might have been hadUier condition of
N health permitted her to reside in thi3
H altitude, she was a lovely woman,
H amiable . and kind hearted and
H had many warm friends in the
In localities where she formerly lived. In
1 common with all who are acquainted
fl with tho bereaved man, Truth extenls
M Its heartfelt sympathies to Mr. Schu
macher In his hour of distress.
, II It's like this: All-tl-e operators on
, M thd 'independent are schooled In po-
, Illeness. Thatmakes It pleasant.
B Mrs. Fred Ti Dubpis is doing con
Sj slderablc talking of late about polyg-
H amlsts and the- purity of tho home.
H Reformation, like charity, should be
I H gin at home. Mrs. Dubois should
start with the senator. Compared
H wl.th such men as Fred T. Dubois and
H his bosom friend and twin relic, Frank
H J. Cannon, tho lifo of the polygamist
is a thing of beauty and a joy forever.
Wo would advise Mrs. Dubois to drop
IE that subject. Of course ago may have
IE improved Dubois' morals,
I The three Graces. Purity in Poll
1 tics Lipptnan, Purity of tho Home and
Religion Cannon, and High Principle
j and Chastity, Kearns.
1 Gentile Republicans should not be
mislead by the rot that is published
In tho Tribune dally. IJppman, Can-
, nqn, and Kearns aro trying to rally
tho Gentiles around them for tho com
ing city campaign. Republicans and
Democrats should stand by their party
and run straight tickets.
The 'Tribune is on tho rack over tho
statement that its subscription list
has faiifn off about 5D per cent in
the last year or two. Its explanations
do 1101 cvplain. No paper that is not
taken ii,0 tho home is" a good adver
tising uedlum. Business men should
noto s and not throw their money
ay advertising in a paper that
does t reach th0 buylng pubiiCi
Tl -port that F. Judas Cannon Is
!"' thinking of- joining another
n s not credited on brokers' row.
uin , religion does not go any
win 'han hls Pcket- A religion
u-n, a cnance to make money
" o a useless one for Frank.
N ore poetry from Frank Can
en appears in tho Tribune
Whether Frank has reformed or Joe
refused to print is not known.
All tho time the Tribune was do
nouncing the Inland Crystal Salt Co..
and Joseph F. Smith, and charging
them with charging 8 per ton for
salt, this commodity was being sold
for $2.50 per ton in this city, F. O. B.
The Tribune's object was to knock
Salt Lake and deceive tho public.
A. little lad whoso parents attend
the church of tho Ascension being
taken to tho morning service for the
first time was greatly impressed by n
referenco tho clergyman made to the
creation of Eve. A few days later he
came to his mother, announcing: "M:
side hurts mo very much bnd and I
thinks God is getting ready to tnkr
out ono of my ribs and make me a
wife." New York Sun.
Even Trees Are Dead.
There is a comelerj in Savannah
Ga., where no ono has been burled for
fifty years. Here for three-quarters ol
a mile In extent the trees seem to
meet in tho clouds and present a most
fantastic sight. Not a leaf Is to bo
S2en on tho branches, but they arc
covered from trunk to twig with
Spanish moss which, spreading over
tho great arms of tho trees, saps
Tailor Is Overworked.
A London tailor, suing for wages,
testified that ho worked from Thurs
day morning to late on Saturday nlgl'l
without a break, and when ho col 1
lapsed on his bench and was taker
homo his employer dismissed him sum
marily because ho could not work Ti
the Sunday as well. Ho won his case
10c, 15c, 20c
American League Notes.
Klttrcdge has signed with Washing
Catcher 1)111 Clark, of Washington.
Is wanted by Columbus.
Manager Griffith has loaned his
young Dronx pitcher to tho Atlanta
Club. Ho is a southpaw.
Pitcher Martin, whom rioston lost
by a mlstnko during tho drafting sea
son, has signed with Toledo.
Slugger Stone, the Milwaukoo re
cruit, is making a disappointing show
ing at bat with tho rirowns at Dallas.
If Pitcher Newton's reports about
Chnso s ability to. cover first aro true,
the Highlanders will not need Cans-el
"Buck" Weaver, the Browns' recruit.
la showing up splendidly. Ho Is hit
ting tho ball well and his receiving
is all that could bo asked for.
Jimmy Smith, scheduled to tako
"Rhotly" Wallace's place at St. Louis'
short field this season. Is ono of the
smallest men in major league com
pany. Dick Paddon will not bo supplanted
at second base by any of the Brownlo
"finds" picked up by Manager Mc
Aloer. A week's prnctico has proven
that it would bo folly to make a
Terry Turner hns no notion what
over of being chased away from his
position at Cleveland's short field by
any newcomers on tho team. Ills
practice work is good to look upon.
Malachi Kittrcdgo has placed his
name to a Washington contrnct for
tho coming sonson. It wns intended
to sell him to tho Dotroits, but Capltnl
City fans objected to tho proposed
Rumor hns It that "Lofty" Killlan,
of tho Detroit Tigers, has been prac
ticing all winter on a now curvo which
ho intends to uso moro or loss tho
coming season. It is called tho "zag
zag," taking its namo from tho pe
culiar course of tho bnll after leaving
tho pitcher's hand.
Nick Kahl, the utility Infleldor that
Cleveland secured from Colorado
Springs, worked In a coal mine for 13
years boforo graduating Into tho rnnks
of professional baso ball players,
starting out as a breaker boy. Nick
is nearly as wide as ho is long, but
nearly overy ono of ills 192 pounds is
bono and muscle.
. Iowa League Items.
Manager Owens, of Burlington, to
dato has signed those players: Miles
Conklln, .Too Wilkes, Jesso Halo, John
Sullivan, A. W. DuvnII, J. W. Killlan,
Case Snow, Buck Nolan, LovoII Fried
Her, Clydo Delshery, J. IS. Duncan, W.
S. Pntter.5011, .John Newman, Grogan
and George Leopold.
Tho following exhibition games
have been booked for tho Burlington
Club: April 9, Flynn's Independents
at Burlington. April 1C-1C, with Dav
enport "Threo-I" at Bur'lngton. April
19-20, with Dos Moines at Des Moines.
April 22-23, with Cedar Rapids,
"Three-I" at Cedar Rapids. April
29-30, with Ccdnr Rapids at Burlington.
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Bell Tel. 39.
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Largest and Finest Dance Floor in the fij
West. Christcnscn's Full Orchcs- H
tra in Attendance. Bj
8:00 p m. 1
Special train of closed conches, CO of it
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