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1 (C&E IlAKE TMBUISTjS: Mo:NXAY MoiUsajtlNE 13, 1904. o
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I DOES EDUCATION
II Canadian Takes Some
I Radical Grounds.
iff Modern Tendency to Lift
fil ; Women to Intellectual
If Pedestal Is Bad. ,
81 "Hcrature of Country, Another Phy-
II siclr.n Says, Is Largely Inspired
Iff by Use of Drugs.
Gal 7L.AXTIC CITY, N. J., June 12.
1" k Seaside resorters continue to dis
r cuss a11 atldress dcIivci'C(1 D' Dr-
1 A- Latnronc Smith of Bishops col-
W lege. Montreal, at a meeting of the
Iflry American Medical association, in
rtfjk- which he declared that educated wom-
wl cn are unfit for wive?.
jjAk This sensational statement yuppHcd
m A t,y an eminent physician, provoked
mucn or,t,cisin and Seneral comment.
Wtm Dr. Smith Decried the "national craze.
$lm both In the United Stntes and Canada.
J&f to raise woman to an Intellectual pe-
, : dcslal."
f "We are affecting the homes of two
J nations," he said. "We are sapping the
& ; phjslcal strength of two peoples, and
cfi : going at a headlong pace which must
JJ fome day bring us to a realization of
:i i the mistakes that arc being made.
1 1 Would Cut Out the Classics.
a ' "Higher education untlts girls for
8 motherhood. The mental strain affects
$ the nerves and makes ihem dread mat-
iji ; rlmony more than did the girls of an-
i ; other generation, because they realize
' that their physical systems are weaker
i and less able to endure the strain and
responsibilities of motherhood.
; "What plan have I to suggest to
i,' ; change this7 It Is simple and I( think
would be effective. Cut out Greek', Lnt-
i In, mythology, and algebra, and turn
them out of school at an earlier age.
f t Give the girls an opportunity to rest
"j after a schooling that Is practical and
i : useful, and let them build up their phy-
$ f slcal systems for the trials of wifehood.
; Youthful love founds a stronger home
; and produces more healthy children.
; Toun? married couples who are not
3 overeducated haVe the healthiest chll-
i I dren. That Is what is needed.
I Late Marriages Condemned.
1 i "My observation Is that the Ameri-
, can nation is drifting to marriages at
S ' the age of to 40 for men and 30 to
j 35 for women. Nature never Intended
; them to mate so late in life. Happl-
V , ness cannot be the outcome of mar-
i : rlages of that kind.
i '"Then education, as has been pointed
j out often, makes a woman independent
i - and crowds men out of employment. It
reduces wages and makes It more dlf-
: flcult for men to take wives. But that
rl rl Is the economical point of it, and has
ii i WH no bearing on what I desire to convey.
l' Ovcrsludy in school, then more study
: I In music, painting, and perhaps some
1 ft thing else, stunts the girl physically,
although it may Improve her intellect.
It ruins her for motherhood. Earlier
marriages. I have noticed, are less
I liable to bring about divorces.
I "I think a girl should have an ordl-
j : nary education, such as our grand-
y mothers had. and be satisfied to enter
J Into her home and rear a family of say
j' eight or ten children."
I Literature Tinctured With Drugs.
; In a paper read before the Medical
,' j Editors' association Dr. T. D. Crothers
I of Hartford, Conn., slated that Utera-
?j ture, both, medical and general, con-
n tains numerous examples of work done
1 under the Influence of spirits and
3 drugs. The style and treatment of the
$, subject bear marks of the form of drug
a used The cocaine writer has a peculiar
'I form of expression, which is. never seen
In other persons.
A j Thi8 is to marked that the exact
si form of the spirit and drug can be
I scn. and a large parjt of the transient
f literature of the day can be traced
I back to the form of spirit and drug
I. ud to spur up the writer.
1 He a Loafer
I aeiljk Healthy
J f . Hard Work Is Deadly and Should
ijC Be Avoided, Some of the
$' Doctors Say.
f Special to The Tribune.
i i A TL A-NTIC CIT'. X. June 12.-
' 0ve, work with the football and ex-
J r& ccsslve efforts In the world of
I 1 sporlB, Including tho "high ball." is
J i killing the young men of America.
fl- ft 'Vt leaat menibei-s of tho American Mcdl-
f cal association say co. At a convention
I r recently held here the subject of athletics
4 In the schools ,-md colleges took up much
:i ' ihCiUm f0.r eaneral discussion and It
3 X rSL0! tnat lhu youn mcn of thc
Si icd States are as dccrepld today as
si (' crC their grundfathors at TO.
1 nuw"? ?,xccs3 thcro dc clops a dls-
iJ tnc ca,,,cd, . arterlo-scleroah!." the symp-
!r aUSP f th? arlerlc9. causing them to J
i or tlw ha I y a,ld a 8Crl0US affection
1 Baautiful Castilla Springs
4r Jnrilel no open Rates ?2 per day
Pom,,P" ab,C d'h0te n,Cals- B0 CentS
fMk a !r"prlce cafe- Special rates to
MPr , 4a,ld 'Parties. For excursions
K livlr- wrlwe. '"formation address J.
H 5Rrs- W South State. U. F. Vail.
W Non-Union Men Attacked.
iK fthW ,Junc 12--Flvc non-union
IP Place of !?n?iVCon c"eacd to fill the
WM EtPamc ?rT?t TrlUn nremen on a coastwise
rail d'i wcre allackcd and roughly han-
4411 6$ V"r more of the Htrlkcra To-
' Dnchess Insists
Upon a Divorce
Former Vice-President Morton's
Daughter Decides Against Efforts
PARIS, June 12. Tho members of tho
Morton family nro greatly pained by
the publicity given to thc domestic
misfortunes of the Duchess Dc Va
lencay. occurring, as. It docs, at thc samo
time as thc death of Miss Lena Morton.
"With tho view to tho avoidance of fur
ther speculative reports, the following ad
cltlonal statement conies from thc friends
of thc family:
"Mutual friends of thc two families had
sought to effect a reconciliation between
the Duke and Duchess De Vuloncnv, and
the mother of tho Duke signified lier i7o
slro to withdraw tho application she had
made to tho Vatican for thc annulment of
tho marriage. Hut the family of tho
Duchess Irrevocably decided that a recon
ciliation was Impossible, and that the
Duchess should secure a legal annulment
of her marriage. To that end proper logal
rteps have been taken In behalf of the
Duchpss to secure an annulment. Tho
grounds are Ill-treatment, without any
allegation of scandal."
in the Courtrooni
Novel Evidence Offered in Suit to
Uecover Investment in Flrelcs3
Special to The Tribune.
NEW YOItK, June 12. On thc desk of
Magistrate Pool In tho AVest Side
court yesterday a chicken was
cooked and served steaming hot.
Several persons nibbled at the white
meat, sliced neatly by former Assistant
District Attorney Osborne.
Thc chicken was cooked to demonstrate
the "marvelous Qualities" of a Urclcss
cooking machine. Mrs. Alice W. Price, a
wealthy widow of No. 20 "West Seventy
second street, charged James S. McCov,
a promoter of No. 1122 Broadway, with
having defrauded her out of $6500 by In
ducing her to Invest In a company for the
s&le of the device, and It was when the
defendant was being examined that thc
chicken simmered. The complaint against
McCoy was dismissed.
McCoy was arrested on Mav 27 and
placed under ball of $2003. He "was rep
leseuted yesterday by Osborne. Former
District Attorney Unger was attorney for
Mrs. Price. On April 12, 5902. Mrs. Price
said she had given McCoy 2500. which had
been followed with other checks until thc
amount had reached $6500.
Miss Emma Lcmcke of Is'o. 2 East
Forty-second street said the cooking In
vention had merit. Mrs. Richard M. A.
Savage, the clubwoman, said her faith in
It was so strong sho had Invested $7000 and
was not worrying about tho money. Mc
Coy said he had no thought of defrauding
Mrs. Price. The company had not bcon
formed because a patent case was pending
While She Sewed His Trousers.
NEW IIAVEX, Conn.. June 12. Mrs.
Aggie Jablonska was summoned to thc
door by a strange man, who asked her
If she would be kind enough to sew two
buttons on his trousers. She sent him into
a bedroom, where he removed his trou
sers and passed them through thc crack
of tho door. While the woman sewed tho
fellow ransacked the house, getting $50
In cash and some Jewelry. He gave Mrs.
Jablonska a dollar and departed. The po
lice find ho worked thc novel trick In
half a dozen places.
To Castillay June 15,
Via D. & R. G. Special train leaves
Salt Lake 1:30 p. m. Returning leaves
Castilla 9:30 p. m. Fare $1.23 for the
round trip. Good fishing. Everybody
Washington Democrats Meet Aug. 2.
SEATTLE. Juno 12. The Democratic
State convention was called to meet at
BelMngham Tuesday, August 2, by the
State committee. The representation was
fixed at one delegate for every fifty votes
cast for tho Democratic candidates for
Congress two years ago, averaging the
vote of the three. The convention will
contain G72 delegates. Pierce county de
manded and obtained ten additional dele
gates upon the ground that the Demo
cratic vote there was unusually light In
1902. and also because of Its election of a
Democratic Mayor this spring "
WHATEVER your M
cxporience with ft I
clothing may g
; have been good, bad, or in- I
I different you will have but I
S one sort of experience with (j
ij Slegel's Clothes sRtisfac- I
Itlon, in eveiy sense of the I
Rendy-for-servico means a
with us not only good fit and I
style, but the wear of the 3
1 fabrics. ij
r Hero are somo nice fancy
: Cheviot and Worsted Suits, j
serge lined nnd made well, j
l: nnd up-to-date, S15.
Attractive Suits at nttrac- ;
j ' 61-63-65 MAIN ST. j
KJmSiA'W.'J-tih&lUJMU-M.'M I III I I I I I '
You sinoiald try
j "That maple flavor."
Harlom Baby's Misfortune Declared
by Specialists to Be With
Nr EW YORK, Juno 11. Specialists here
are puzzled at tlo case of a Harlem
baby recently horn to the wlfo of
George Weber, 1013 East ICoth street,
which caino Into the world without eyes.
Over the socket In which nature builds
the eyeballs a thin curtain of flesh was
The psu-cnls could not believe that na
ture had withheld their daughter's sight,
and a specialist was consulted.
Dr. F. M. VanOrden, Dr. Gracf and Dr.
Knapp, each In turn examined tho child,
and declared that nature had not even be
gun the formation of cyc3 thcro were no
The case Is without precedent.
Some elegant new decorations just
received. We are up to date with our
orders. Our workmen are always the
best, including paint and palntera
W. A. DUVALL,
"Phone 1145-K. 12-1 W. Second South.
London Stock Reports Uninteresting.
LONDON. June 12. The stock ex
change last week presented no marked
features. Apart from business con
nected with the settlement the very
smallest transactions were recorded,
and thc movements in prices were
In the foreign market Japanese se
curities were the most active. Rus
sians continued steady. Americans
showed a greater liveliness than for
some time past, especially In Ontario
and Reading Issues because of talk of
probable dividends. It is believed the
volume of business transacted here
was not great, but despite some reali
zations prices showed some Improve
ment. Kafllrs were again weak.
It Starts Today ! I
BE HERE BRIGHT AND EARLY. I
The Great Per Yard B
Special .... Jm L Sale of New 1
i DliESS GIXGHAMS, DRESS BATISTES AND APRON
GINGHAMS An immense variety of desirable, new colorings I
and patterns to select from. I
Regular !Oc and 12&c Goods
Wednesd'y, June 29
24 Prizes, worth over J5000, j
Given to thoso who attend.
REMEMBER THE DAT.
Wednesd'y, June 29
Thos. "W. PartrldKO. Salt Lako Real Es
tate Association, t6 Commercial block,
ticket seller. P. O. box 257.
I How to Put Up I
t a Prescription t
r With skill and care that Is ncccs- y
r sary to prevent mistakes, la a part
of our business that experlcnco and T
T caution have made perfect. Our T
now prescription department la X
equipped with all the latest appll- T
T ances for accurate work, and wo I
T use nothing but tho purest and x
T freshest drugs. Our reputation in
T this lino Ib securing for us tho best
T clientele In tho city, and If vro
T haven't your trade, wo should bavo
J a part of It -f
4- "Welcome. Step In. All cow start "f
f from T
j Godbe-Pifls Dreg
t Store t
X-H MM -H- IMHM
When you buy jerwolry
or a watch. The pleasure
in knowing: that you hare
the best made, constitutes
tho gTeat part of the value
The Best Goods. J
WORLD'S FAIR DAY
Wednesday, June 15
Two round trip tickets and one Pullman
.deeper to the World's fair, given away,
also ?50 in cash.
First prize, ono round trip ticket and
Second prize, one round trip ticket.
Third prize. J25 cash.
Fourth prize, J15 cash.
P'lfth prize, $10 cash.
Each ticket entitles the holder to 10c in
trade, also a chanco In thc grand draw
ing at 9:C0 p. m. The drawing will bo
conducted by a committee selected from
the audience, a little girl blindfolded will
draw the lucky numbers.
II Get the Refrigerator 1 1
I NoJt Wait I
I You'll need one this summer miht just as ' lil
I well hare the full season's use of it. There's abso- j j
II luteh'.none be(ter than the National refrigerators X lil
A and ice-chests. We have them as low ns l
I FREED FURNITURE I I
1 (Ik CARPET COMPLY ' I
I YOUR CRF.OIT IS GOOD. It
bbb miniiiiiiffw,M ii
Bar IMjMi BPFFPR&St
'Ji poiUv o3 permanent cure for
flrunkenne and the opium diseases. . 1
Tbcre Im no publicity, no sickness. Itdlio 1
tratd &d privately oa at their own home. 1
Tbe Keehr ltuiOtutt. Si W. So. Texsysd 1
8&h Junk City. UUIj. i
You Ought to See Our j
Shoe and Oxford j
Regular $3.50 Grades
In Black and Tan
238-240 Main St. 'Phone 695
g v The "Y and E" $ fllj ;
rs KffiiV Piling- Cabinets, r
$ 1 dfipen adopted by the St pj
i,, Iiouis Exposition.
1 fllfes; as II
lm ol I
llllll il Ifct ili i.l I i Mill I i i J.iiinliiii II llll I
special. a HI
Tic por ton off anthracite coal dur- lH
Ing month of June. JWl'
Burton Coal S: Lumber Co. j
66 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 808. S
I Id In '.imumiiii,, imip.yi .I..HMI. j 1 I
1 mm MitY STOBE mm I Flps, Day-Second Week of The I "f st I
j This morning commences another week of this most remarkable clothes selling with plenty of un- 1
broken varieties in all sale lines to make the second week even greater than the first, by affording the 11
1 opportunity for all who were unable to get waited on in Saturday's rush, and all who were unable to j fil
attend last week to share with their neighbors and friends the bountiful saving of dollars and cents I ill
Good clothes were never offered before at such price so early in the year and never will be again jl
I till weather conditions make a similar event necessary in this store. I
To buy Gardner clothes at, reduced prices at any time means the rarest of bargains. To buy Gardner clothes at reduced prices tfffl I
t this early in the season means bargain beyond conception Suits; Pants, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Hose, Ties and Suspenders for jj I
men. Suits and Knee Pants for boys at a saving of one-fourth to one-third j ;
I Summer I I 0NE FKieE I O f2 Z5 lfTVF F? 536-138 MZUN ST. I I Money-Saving
I eiothes in June sJ M? .M A XLl V for You j jffi
I at Every Day This j
Hug tst Prices THE QUHLITY STORE Week I M