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m 8 TRUTM,
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IM Secretary Tuft lins frown tired of
IHB "fitting on tlio lid" and 1ms declared
l&yX- ' ' i wllllngnoss to givo tlio president
H Jr n most hearty wolcomo upon his re-
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jB .( Tlio Associated Press was scooped
B ' i by Scrlpps on tlio olcctlon of a sonn-
JH ; ' tor in Connecticut. Tlio Butto News
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RBJ v:ico of tlio Salt Lnko papers.
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f( In view of tlio disturbances that aro
IbH ta'.ing placo in both places, a southern
H . od tor has condensed his head lines
JH n.il bunched his striko news under
HjB tho caption: "Latest From Warsaw-
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Tired out with tho strenuousness of
bear hunting, tho president gave or
ders at Denver not to awaken him un
til 11 next day. As a result, his train
pulled out while ho was asleep, and
many peoplo who had gathered at the
depot were disappointed in not seeing
him.
When struggling armies fall to fur
nish old Death with tho number of vic
tims ho bclloves himself entitled to, he
usually takes advantage of other op
portunities. Lotting his eye sweep
over the blood stained battlellelds,
where Oyama and Llnovltch aro oper
ating, ho recently discerned tho fact
thnt for some days to come all would
bo maneuvering, so ho took a short
vacation from his Manchurian labors
and camo to tho United States. His
ilrst act was to snatch eighteen hu
man beings at Marquette, Kansas,
whero a tornado swept through the
town. It was a sort of notification, as
it wero, that he was with us and to
look out. But, used to small calami
ties of that nature, wo paid Httlo at
tention. But on Wednesday ho made
hl3 presence felt in a manner that we
will not soon forget. Down in Okla
homa he found a rich harvest. As he
followed In tho wake of tho storm, ilvo
hundred unfortunato victims to his In
satiate appetite wore gathered in
Young and old, adult and infant, high
and low, rich and poor alike wero tak
en to his arms and ho laughed as ho
piled the sheaves of the dead on his
close mowed Held. For a short time
only ho stayed and then hied himself
to Pennsylvania, whero through tho
carelessness of men In placing dyna
mito whero collision could explode It,
ho took to himself fifty more, leaving
Ilvo scoro wounded in the taking.
Oh, ho is a great individual, Is
Death. Ho comes when wo aro not
looking, and when confidence reigns
supreme in our hearts is tho day of his
triumph.
Chicago Is really In a nlco ilx. And
what Is It all about? It appears that,
some tailors in the store of Marshall
Field & Co., went on strike becauso
they thought they wero not getting
wages enough. That was all there was
to it. Tho ilrm employed othor tail
ors. Then tho teamsters, who have a
union, would not deliver the goods
mndo by tho non-union tailors. They
went out. Tho teamsters' union de
clared a boycott on tho llrm. Other
teamsters went Into tho employ of
Marshall Field & Co., and othor ilrms
bought of and sold to Marshall Field
& Co., and then all tho union men In
tho employ of such llrms buying of
and selling to, went out. Tho drivers
on express wagons, also union men,
declined to haul packages from the
storo of this ilrm, and they went out.
And ever sinco hell has been popping
In Chicago. Men have been brutally
beaten; some killed; womon have
been shot; one killed; slung shots,
knuckles, knives, and guns have been
used and Chicago Is in a terrible state.
Shoppers who want to trade at Mar
shall Field's cannot get hacks to tako
them thero; shoppers who have bought
at Marshall Field's cannot get convey
ances homo, and aro bullied and
threatened and oftcn-tlmes assaulted.
And all becauso a few tailors went out
on strike. The tailors ought to feel
complimented on tho commotion they
have raised; on tho ruction they have
stirred up. It looks as if troops will
have to bo sent to Chicago to keep
tho peace, for tho pollco and the sher
iff, who by tho way has taken charge,
seem to be powerless. It is a nice llx
for Chicago to bo in.
An intimate relationship between
tho home and tho school is very desir
able. In the Interest of tho pupils, i'.
13 especially so. When tho parents
and the teachers aro acquainted and
the former know something of tho
work tho latter Is doing, the personal
Interest thus established supplements
tho interest which tho teachers have
n tho pupils. Co-operation between
the parents and the teachers is essen
tial to tho proper training of children.
Tho teachers too often aro expected
to do everything. Parents shirk their
duties and responsibilities, seeking to
put them upon tho teachers. The home
Influence is greater, must bo greater,
than that of tho teachers. The two,
when combined, produco good results
In tho intellectual and moral growth
of the children. Willi a vlow of estab
lishliiE that relationship on a stronger
and more sympathetic basis, the
schools have repeqtddly mndo ad
vances to tho parents. Tho parents
are Invited to visit tho schools during
tho hours they aro In session and ob
tain ocular and oral demonstrations
of the general school-room work as it
is carried on daily. In addition to
that, a number of tho schools have
given exhibitions of tho work of tho
pupils, drawings, copy books, note
books, needlework and so forth, which
have attracted favorable attention. An
exhibition of that kind was given at
tlio Lafayette school Thursday after-1
noon and evening. It was well at
tended and proved most interesting.
The exhibits reflected credit on teach
ors and pupils, and afforded an oppor
tunity for tho school authorities and
tho parents to become acquainted.
There was nothing there to Indicate
that the educational establishments of
Utali bear any resemblance to those
depicted by Rev. S. E. Wishard and
otliors to deceive peoplo who don't
know any better.
CASE OF RAY CLIFFORD.
Really, this woman Ray Clifford,
ought not to bo permitted to run
around tho streets as she is running
around, asking every person sho meets
for money with which to procure tho
drug essential to her condition in life.
Hers is a pltiablo case and tho chari
table and kind hearted ought to do
something for her. It does no good
to confine her In jail, becauso con
finement does nothing to allay tho ter
rible craving for tho morphino sho
must have, until sho is placed in some
Institution and cured, or dies. The
deslro for tho stuff is a physical condi
tion with the poor soul and sho cannot
help doing as sho does.
Hero Is a caso of a woman, talented
nnd educated, who has fallen a victim
to tho horrible disease produced by
oxccsslvo use of drugs and Is no longer
a bit like her former self. Sho was
formerly the honored wife of an of
ficer in tlio regular army, but they
separated becauso of her use of , .,Z t
which has unfitted her for p",', I f
effort in her own behalf, and has gZ
on from bad to worse until shf I
becomo a wreck. Sho accosts pa ,.. il
by for money on the principal tl, r 'I Wlndl-
oughfares of tho city, and be l. . I
to her credit hor manner is b no I 'Cr0
means offensive, becauso she ro - ns
tho memory of tho politeness huu ,.,i Along
into her by her parents and tea. '..
long since dead. Her friends havo r r 0'e
gotten her and sho is drifting about I
a derelict on tho sea of life. It i ,l0 I Run
bad, for sho Is a creation in tho -a'me II
likeness of our mothers and our iis- I Tlr
tors. But for tho force of clrr-im- I
stances, In which she may have lu-in I Antl
largely to blame perhaps, sho inirht I
havo retained a position in socio y an I Dc
honored name. But no matter who is H
to blame, sho has reached an age and H
is In that condition of body uhore H For
she is entitled at least to pity smiio
measures should be adopted for hor I T1'
protection. Sho should be cured of I
her habits and plnced in some inuti-
tution where sho can end her days in I Tue;
peaco; not loft to die like a rat In u H
hole. If tho theories of Christianity T1
aro true, sho has a soul to save and it I
Is just as precious as tho soul of any I
human being on earth. Will not sumo I Thc
ono please do something to alleviate '
the condition of this unfortiumle mor
tal? I
Wli
COLONEL NEBEKER RETURNED.
Former Colonel William 0. Nebekpr
has returned from an Inspection of the Do'
Mexican Republic generally, and par
ticularly a rubber ranch, mahogany
mine, coffee camp and tortilla foun- ,,g
dry, In which former Governor Aqulla
Nebeker is interested. Inasmuch as -the
colonel has not made a report In
writing to the concern he declines to I c
givo out any particulars, except that 1
the corporation owns a tract of land I i
down thero several miles one way by
several miles another way, located bo- I n(
tweon El Paso del Norte and San Sal- I
vador. While absent former Colonel I
Nebeker was a visitor to President 1
Diaz, who, learning of his military ex- 1
perience on the staff of Governor II. I
M. Wells during tlio stormy times that 1 g
surrounded his llrst administration, 1
tendered him tho command of tho en- I
tiro Mexican army. Colonel Nebeker I
declined, saying he had beaten his I
sword into a pruning hook, or a sheep
hook, which was being used on his I
cousin's hay ranch at Laketown, but if I
Diaz had any civic position ho would I
like it. Whereupon tho president Is- 1 y
sued a proclamation designating Neb- I
eker as Duke of Chihuahua, Baron of I
Bolson do Mapini, Lord Lieutenant of I
Sierra Mojada and Earl of Frljole. Col- I
oncl Nebeker will assume tho duties I i
of ills new offices as soon as an official 1
residence in each of his dependencies 1
can bo constructed. I
N. B. There is no truth In tho rumor i
that Senor Morales y do Encinillas has H
announced the engagement of his U
daughter to Colonel Nebeker.
CANTATA TO BE REPEATED.
Tho beautiful cantata Rutn, which
was artistically rendered last Thurs
day evening, by tho Central Christian
church choir under tho direction of
Mrs. Christie and assisted by Mrs.
Nell Pinkorton Moore, Miss Borkhoel,
Mr. Squires and Mrs. Betts, is to be
repeated next Tuesday evening, May
lCth. Many havo expressed a deslro
to hoar tho music again, and to allow
all to enjoy it. An admission of 25c
will bo charged.
Mrs. Betts having gone to Cali
fornia, her part will bo sung by Miss
Crete Pinkorton.
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