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DESERET EVENING NHWSi THURSDAY MAY 37 7 1900
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ent of their t e V fl
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4 j u untryaes fit IB America Americarn AtneriCTPhrIfldP
rn TPhrIfldP principal unlrytllfib pe cbee he of 0 fib the ib ibd evening eveningwr
wr nude d by b then tile two eentleinen eentleinenM SfII tmn ntIemebsIt R
M N ron betog tb lilt liltmudl r ret r1 t speaker speakerH
H iicaeJ kli III kearer rer very T much by I Ior
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relstlng lIne loci lociflnti
11 j amon arn arnSIhg liJ Mauser Ill or of o
dent in II in till e eleIIltul eeU ntful ru carter He gave gavea 0
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a irif liur 111turf of the tilelo h organUatlon Itlon of oftn ofi43
tn tl1o r at Helena Montana lo tall hlch hlchu
i43 I u k bIt t aine it li e for t long longIh time through throughgMir throllhI
e gMir IE1ottY lty of the Je J JBIIII wish ln lnHi wofle omen omene
Hi tatfd tat d that the theurderof theurderofitftyyrso order vrdrIItbUIbtd of Bnal B Srllh rtUJ rtUJws
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lo h ht i 11 i iteJ It J 8tte by wit and Dd pstri pstriCM
Jot only oDI way wayt ar
CM Ci i i II hu II that the
t r rlf TftU u the Jewish J low lIh 8 people I tIPeb I ho Wr WrImmcrdting w
Immcrdting lo America in 1 ouch uch eb uirg uirgnuii1 lar line linetoAynertcioe
nuii1 Iill M to toAynertcioe Amerlcaiilie Amn le them thilTihad
i 11 Lfl ft them up from th the thellad dark wper wpertc
had exlstsd exlstsdtn exsWdoppiflIOI1P
tc tn n under Hhlch they tile
tn uuth < htlr opprewlon In I n Europe Europer UTOPS UTOPSL
r L t 41tH ktr dr drew w a graphic picture ptclUt PtctU1 of ofV f
V t t ubj bJo1 t condition of hIs hi people In InJuumamii
Juumamii KuMia and other far ett etttrn 1
trn tTI cocirtrie and outlined the lb gigantic giganticX tic
X 4 4t of < tlNain and enllihtenlus enllihtenlust IDIIf lID lIDt II
t > IKP xr I nffllcteo people peopleP eOplebeeD peoplePlathrJpI
P PhantliroJll > i antftropn laiiltuiiona had hadtel been beenii
0 4tJhI ii ihn throughout the tbeS United Unitedund IYnII IYnIIbfld tel
S t < und n 1ln < In pan of Europe EuropeotIIUiOIUl Among Amongintliuimni AmIinttuihni
intliuimni were re free Khoolt IlbOObf IlbOObfI pchi ° Ii for forirn o oif
I hi irn if rtll in J n S a afl n Frawlico polytechnic pol1 polytecn < u uI
I ° 9 in n Philadelphia a great gTeitT U Un i iIf
T r n Nw If Tork and the conun conunI >
t I i > I tal In Denver which I II BOO BOOt
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< 4flfrdjndent tJ I frdjndent dI indent > Order of Bnsl Bnsli lIu lIuj B ri rinIutled
i j fl n luded nj ded the Ih ipeaker hu for forI or
4 I the ht h Amerlcanlrlng Amerlranl ln < of th the for fortf foree
tf ec J > and the tb Judalslng of the theA Ih Ihr
A r an Iw and tilt carrying on OIInd OIIndt snd sndi n nrrtjItflflI0
i t iMiianlD mdL tllnllfr of the noble mot mottilohrrcal moatinhrpIcal
1 > ihr ilohrrcal plral and nd practical of f bar cbirThi charTh barTh
Th < u a a bltMid ble bleoedfl d orgtnliatioB orgtnliatioBk
k n will II vorth ortby o of the th ubitantlsl ubitantlslF
F lrt t < the th citizen ltJ en of Salt Lake Lakenl InI l ln
nl n I iiator atr Rabbi Sleto ielo delivered deliveredL
L Ii I I addree taking up a few fewi
i i r i1 br b th Ihf < prHllng prdingUpn ipeofcer ipeofcert peaMrdcIlnf
dcIlnf t me up UIMn < n thrm HI Hiof theme themei
i > od of the Older Olderi Or ltr ltrIt <
i It 1 out the tti generosity of th thi the IheI i
i rl t > and Jeplded the condl condlt
t Hfbren people J In Europe Europen EUfIfttfJ
n ttfJ tJ that they IIefeCOntlted IIefeCOntltedck were ere congested congettedT
T ck k and many II1D of them wotld wotldre wov oal4T
4 T re wet He concluded In Inm IndilJlu liinr
m rlimax In extolling XtoIIIfl the thei
i I K gflU n u of America Amerlctl AmerlerlIJuty Americateiuty
4 l rlIJuty puty khmer mode a aand aand
r < and the meeting vas vasr
r j Jr 15 a routing vote Ol of think thinkfrrml IhuDorrnl thitikiT
T h frrml gran I ifflceni m Excellent Fx tUtnl < mutle mutlet mUilodunnr muatodurtng
t i Shed during the evening by b bK
> > K K i Andtfltll kfldrti ndrnoa Mil MI IIuEdo IIuEdop IIuEdoTRR Edna E aa Dvyer
F 1 > rham KirlSchledand Karl ScbleiS dd JJlsi JJlsiTHE X1IIa X1IIat
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THE BANQUET BANQUETTl B QlET QlETIrt
Tl T Irt je room oon of the order ord In the thek
A k c < i building wu 11 artfully decor decorh
U > h h natkM1 colon and the to tod taItodorned 1 1doed
Itodorned d rned ulth ltb putted plant plantu plallIJn plitiUjfl
u Jn > n with tund at a dellcloura dellclou 1eUcjoutjriry lIcloUi lIcloUir
ra r riry r > nlence 1ence could make them themn t
F n n cmed r the menu In curae curaei cou couc
i c I tIOg i ing regaled plentifully Tout ToutB
B c vv S G Wattfni and
arcnc ex exi cxwarm
1 i warm welc IIelcm > m to tho Ih tho e who whoS whoghered
S ghered rurcd 1 irounrt aoij the Ih festal board
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b kv Loweniteln Jwenteln
ipoke entertalngly blrtalllllfl
n influfnct of the B BIII nil Brlth Brlthn
n nr r that It had eetabllhrt bond of
tneij Iherl lo love > e between Je Jell Jews of all na
I 1 Iff H ipoke briefly of H henry nry Jones Jonwunder JODtltndtr
k < under of tbe order orderi
i tt Woolf ipoke pot of The Bnal BnalJ
1 1 U a J lID lCdvcator w He H told how ho
i Jr v help b lp to educate children who
t re e l1boUI i hut hutA Khotil KhotilA
A thi that time Harry lIarr Joieph JOIf b rendered renderedelectlont
I rnbtor of electlont on the theI plaDO
OII flIAmg U1r jlh an IlItItlUOII of a hlDd
lttn In n Jerutalem Jerutalem7h JerulilemAbrent
7h Abtoenl Brothers were nlo
fZ zd d by J Bohriwr hlJlt > r who ho waii WIUId ed them
t urn urne tn Salt Lake wheri where bar
I v vF vT r jjJJ J brotherly k love e abound H
F f r T man Tnj a ieverlnamurebe ever In a more beautl utl
or r amanc better people He
Jdt Jd4 1 by further tunh
rttolllnf Salt
T 1 k 1i1 i etprlIIDg Pr l8 Jh the hope bo that tie tien the
i j a t 1 1re >
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mak ake Ita It home ID Inp
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p ti 1 lr rreIdent ldent LorluK S IolomoDI
r 1 It brief addrfJ ddrf s which was i
0 i r r riu 111 provoking 1
I nunit of
laughter and Il rplauj rplaujand > lalIIt
1 1 Ill III Slmo mOil Prikttt I4ttlt of the
Ladies Henevuient Ioltnt
aoclttr
E thor th
100I1 Md expended
1 r j for charity lIarIIC duj th te ir irj
Ia J CII ittl
n I ltlponded bappil PPlly to toby
I r and W5 11 followed by b Put Putoer
dent A JeIU J ai of Oaldand
f ed d a mtiIod of WOrt1I1 for forr
1
rnt at tilt banquet
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artlla Watt Witter
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Henry Cohn
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1 Bi oer oerand flu hit
1 L r IIId andf Wtf L HII
1 f e Ii H
8arr1dwlrtlI Hurli aid wife H
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J III limon Iltll ar1
i Irgr kam tsa LielltenRtlR I
11 1 t h tolorttl and wife wifeI wiferlaMk M Mu l
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r auJIt lIonta Mo
r I I Lt Ler and
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F eJlh IIId Wtf M J
II I Trhany rlaMk
L X H DIIk
1 1 lWflIteiti ItllJtlo J othm
n George
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11 wife Ilfi
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F honor Wt Luclui Lucluir 8
r H J N ieto of hn Franc Is
J f OaItJaal OaItJaalfJ °
fJ > tl llpers Ptned It 1111 de do
I tjfrqboftbeoMn rth 4 the OIr h hea
1 ttanllallon ot anoUllt
n Jrlth I rith
L Tobl Fobtas s
J 11trty I rtry rhurlllaft chUn an4lA anti A
I tt lIttN oceretiry > tary
I 111 r n hay havi
J already hten htenpct
III expected pct that the then
en n tie b e
nweawa
to forty fort
ill I held ld on n Sunday next nexti
f t a permanent oral orgoolrirtft 0 0TilE oral111F4
TilE Tiffs i IYs llKRIIHAFL1 llKRIIHAFL1IW RRtRAIL RRtRAILl
IW l AIltllllh ttIII1IItqlX SUOOII14 l
lX iIIr Far flllt CIII Com COjnpniiitjj ntlllllffi M011t1113 M011t1113rt Iolltbl IolltblTt
Tt rt tyF Ye rirtft drd ut the National Nationaluin NaU
r Tit r lh
1Pllblle uin urnunt iunti to toht W Whi
1 II hi h liiterem Int Mt It I bing In paid at atuutnii atI atTW
TW I x r lIt
c Ir r annum
u d mlItlll
ll1elvUltll uutnii raanc
i 1 IM ha t5
celvrt lvetI an n offer from WelU Kario Karioto argo argoto
to lian the clt city > a um m Dt > t tXc excejM xceedI1Ioooo
1150000 it t I Pf cent P per r annum nnuniintereet II IIInleMI atIC
IC intereSt not cum cTIPOUItde pounded mt mtuch u 11111 11111IoUrb L Louch
ouch lime II 5 the municipality munici lily ti jpltIin tn tnniiltioii titllloJlI
niiltioii llloJlI to pny pn It hack TIle commit COIllIftItfntlrR commitfnt
Rni fntlrR fnt ° ro taking half of tr IhmOIJ IhmOIJI thp money moneyed
I ed eu by b > the th e lt > fmm Wellan Well KMfp KMfpand Faro Faroand
and an ttif th th thr r half from tb the thewhIch buK buKwhich bNMwhich
which the th II i l II I no not ln Indebi Indebiyjded < J ebtet buO buOvlded fI fIvt
vlded vt i s u 1 ttrnn can In tot totwith bewith biwith
with th Will dl Far FarDKAiHS yarro ° com commATH compi7 compi7D11I
mATH iAsTThrows INVASION INVASIONTbrowi j t tT
Throws T rowtb the Uantle of ofWedilitv o Mouru1it Mouru1itWedtllng OIIIDUfC OIIIDUfCW
Wedilitv W tll1l IVstlrltlot IVstlrltlotOat 1IIIIltllThe
Oat of those singular singularthat
that cause men and women womsitwhy It Itwhy
why they come and whethtVfill whethtVfillsignificance whetbir whetbirignllance
significance or w whether they art a aieaningi I Imeaningless
meaningless ° coincidences coincidencesla bil bilIn
la lad d realism across the thebecome thebuame
become a part of the expi expinumber en ennumber
number of well ll known Bait Baitfew Saltfew
few Jays slnoe Mo Moadames damet dametand S V Vm4ng
and E O t < > and Mls Rot Rotmlngt
mlngt took thrlr departure for forIllinois I IIlllnol
Illlnol the home of their theirand re reand
and hire F ummlng tummlnisobject < ummlngobject
object of f the visit wa t tgolden to toguid
golden guid needing cf the vent ventwhich vetiets vetietswhich
which va to hate M e been ee celeb celebterdiY > le leterday
terday Hut liiKtead of ofnewe I IflowN
flowN m t1SPfl aRo tr frtm m there therethere therethere
there came th tho tldlns of the tbtf40
of Mr Mrminn h hinings
f40 yeacrday > > trrda afternoon
minn one of the guests of hoe hosXftiMfllnr hoelng
iMfllnr lng receptIon was as thus thusbruthed thudbrushed
brushed aside l by > y the grim i ideath isoIi isoIideath
death and sorrow made to toitecc Lb Lbplace
place of Joy Mr Cummings Oummlngsytn
years of age and nd the partatIfe partner partnerllfee
llfee Ife struggles and aoc accomp accomptalmoit r ra
talmoit a Ma old oldTHE oldrilE
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THE MOTJIKIH MOTJIKIHPro C0NG1ES C0NG1ESFrorsm
Pro Frorsm r m of the Two IMys IMysAssembly teotiiift iii iiiAueLhhil
Assembly AueLhhil AueLhhilThe Hill HillThe
The Mother Congreis Conr whit whitm wh whv
v 11 ca In the AssembLy Hall Hallu 11111rw 11I21EW
rw u and nd Saturday promlsts proml to bt bti3i Itf Itn liirnportsnt f
n i3i 1 important yet t held In UM UtsA Jl JlA I IA
A iHiinticr r of cartblt ca = lblt speakers s aktrs wfli wflir w2Udrt
IIr drt r the meeting and andlmpoftallt andlmpoftalltJtl Important Importantas
Jtl as 1111 lll be discussed The ThtHH8IOX e eI fIs
I Is the vn prTZU prTZUMILNQ 1m 1mIIING
IIING HH8IOX 10 A An ATnvuLtIufl 1t 1trnIOltbn
rnIOltbn n Kra FL iMbella iMbellaLed 1 1Hymn fg fgIlrTln
Hymn Led by Mrs XrHJnt A AilJriii t tI
I ilJriii tent a AddreM AddreMm > I Ing t ttlni
tlni m ng AbbU AbbUit AIII > 1tJ 1tJIt tJz tJzN
N it It rr or OrtantatloB of otlo1t Moth Mother i iIr
er ens Clubi Clu
FTEltSllO KM1OX r P Mi MiChildren MChildrens It ItCblldren
Children Afternoon AfternoonMuilc AfternoonluIc
Muilc Muilc8nrle 1 1lttlrj
8nrle iiurle for fJ Children Miss fl Miry 0 0GrJUp 0Group J JGroup If If1Iule
Group of Childrens Bong BongMr SonlMrt t4ongsMrs
Mr Alice AJ ep E EHome U UHorn I1ahqnI I1ahqnIHome
Home Occupation for Children ChildrenMr l ifj
Mr Mn Mary far Preston 2 2EVENING lIXJ lIXJEVESrSG M MEVEIG
EVENING SESSION 8 P M MFather 1 MFather j I
Father Evening EveningInvocation EveningTnvoeitln 8 81nl0atl0 jfl fl
Invocation Rev Clarence ClarenetH Clare ClarenceIlynin ee DtW DtWHITln
H HITln IlyninRelation > mn or Ai AiRelation AmeJ AmeJnlatinn
Relation Ijf Parent to t th the School SchoolMr < c cMr
Mr Ueurge erle M CaHfll CaHfllLlTln ClJUtg
LITln or Joftt Jofttchamlnade J JChamlnadt JoM4i JoM4iChaminade
chamlnade Choru 1111 In costume cottnnttSihool COItamtBhoul costume8thuoI
Sihool and Dorms ti > Life LifeProf LlfeH LlfeHProt LifeProf
Prof Win M MSong YSonr ts tsSong
Song fleeted HI HISATVHDAT KIll KIll8ArlRDAT hgjSATU1tDAY
SATVHDAT MAT 1ITH 1ITHMorning IITUMornln DTUMorning
Morning Session SeiilonIn 8elllonIr1o SessionInsoatlon
In Ir1o Insoatlon oration tlon Mr Ira B B Orltehj Cnlte
Hmn lAd hy > > Mr Plum
Rdurti n Preparation for Parent
hood Mr Lucretla Lu U Kl K1Ift K1Ml1 1J
Hunvr Between Belwt twefl n Men and Women WomenMr Wo WonuiiMr i iloin
Mr E E BAFTER EAFTERSO IhI IhIAFTERXOON <
AFTER AFTERSO XOoN S SESSION 2 P P1t M MThe 1 t tThe
The 111 Flights of t Children Physical PhysicalMr
Mr R H Hllliard HllliardMist
Ehlo Ethol > al > > Mist M Whalon WhalonMrs
Luliaby Lijliab rstall Itth g
Mrs J S weiiol Mn X Anderson
Lah Quartet Ml K CoM M Mmeeting I 11E ll
Dwyer DwyersiM
JWrtrlDtlD siM meeting and election of ofCITYS ofCTTs f m4 m4ernS
CITYS OFFBtt OFPHitACCIUtrBU OFPHitACCIUtrBUJUoIaar4 oyF1nAcc1Hr1w oyF1nAcc1Hr1wRkbard ACCKWBl ACCKWBlRichard
Richard Windmill wlndUbo who own twrwir twrwirfoor ssvssLlost Lr Lrfoar
lost acre Ie of land In Parley Parle Mnn MnnM rartn rartnWilli <
M S well a as certain water right rIhtlactePttd Tightiaccepted hM hMaccepted
accepted the city cltY1 offer of 3500 00 for forroperty b
property The mayor and finance oom 00
mlttee are ar authorized to close clo th lbe dmd dmdwith da t
with Ih Mr Windmill which will b be don
Within the next few t day dallJim dayiss T TannnnruvuvmtAruuuiAnjnnnnnnp
ss ss9flWuWuUwuwuuttnnnnt
annnnruvuvmtAruuuiAnjnnnnnnp 9flWuWuUwuwuuttnnnntiintt 1 1I
I JUDGG iintt TIMMONVS Tlt1fltt COURTl COURTlJim rjj
S UIJUIJL I it ii i j jJim
Jim McNertie Xerlle luNd th the court tot tO
day d that t even If be was w drank Jrunknenln U Uvenlns ii iiPvenln
nenln venlns it wall a his lint offense and a4 It I
fact It IllS the first time In his earati It Itaa ears
he h WBI aa ev enr or taken Into custody for foroffense M
f offense whatever nateer Judge Tlmmony Wk w
Inclined to belle the defendaai
Statement and slid Under tht tII dr C
cnm ttaMltanlll tan < I win 11 extend to you tllj 1
ususal court Courlulu le you OU may 7 go goIt 10It SOI
I S
It n as Harry WlliaaW WllllalDl Ant 0
also At least h he said Id it was ISI
ar a you OU frum asked the tb court
him upiciouly Why Wb Im
foreyi Core r replied nlied Harry It will
a 3 Mid Id the judge I aint 11It I lOt
money mone said Harry Then 11 t
d 41110 dabs i said ld thejudg thejudgJame the Judge JucIeJam JudgeJames
Jam a Cunningham CUflnlngtihma the man arr ansi
Yesterday yelerda by Officer Johnson
charged with vagrancy said ht h N
from Atptn AI II and had been wr w woth
there but be pleaded guilty ullt an mph
The court concluded that t If he w wa
leae town It would be a good t
sentence was suspended u tndtd on o t tbe Lb
fendant promise to leave leaveThf leavThl
S S STu
Thf case of assault and batt
against S1 A Agnes M Elnes was wasWNVAA poat postpoiJ
unlll tllttlrdll aturday at 2 p m 011 motion qt 0
Prosecutor Diehl DiehlP DiehiflsNALJ
WNVAA SA SAPERSONAL
flsNALJ flsNALJWilliam PERSONAL PERSONALCI
Cltr CltrAlent CI P L Wlllumi h has lone ° ne to Brlgha BrlghaAgent Bhfif BrtshLi3Agent
Agent H P Myton and nd Mrs Mytfll l1tG
ba have 1 Htarted for White Rock RockN i
H N Fletcher Denver F Wiley Wllet
Wallace < Idaho and Albert Qulve GuI
Sprtngfttld Ohio art at the Cullen t tBaMwll It 1
da day
daychugs
chugs BaMwll wln 1w font oe to Bunting Bur
Los Iowa ° on S I visit IS11 and wl will bt ° ce01A cco n
by II Mrs Baldwin upon his allPn4 hi rt rtIr rar4
Ir Pn4 r4 4 Mir and Harry ScbenoU
It o Cap C Mo IfI fen < a and n4 aspect tX to toe toft toCtortbSbst
ft e CtortbSbst for the tttxt t tvto t twoortbros twoortbrosI or three threer tb tbi
i
r I rgerahl M mt 1 < > to Madras Madrasi Mdr Mdrh
h r i 1 < lie rttnt r Nmetiloal lalcal ouun ouunv cllunrk Counrk
v rk stopyH at th Knuts Knutsi
i L i ut u night nightlr
Mr lr r n t i Mr In W C i Btttk who art artMI an antt1 r rtl
MI tl tt1 i th the Ih11e MoDAlaska 411b 14lnl Miningrve Mining Miningime
1 ime rve IOn to laaitlt tU from fromh
r h h i they Ih Y win m later set sal U for forN
II 1 > N Ni NiIrT i iirs
irs Ir s I Pnraitlty and family are artr
I frllI fr r in fl held and rtoBpiag at th thIK the theht thelrs
IK ht i ir 1 lrs lC Parattert husband is isn I I1U1
1 n 1U1 ii i t the lllfattt Wlnttr WfrQuar WfrQuarr Quar QuarKeKltr Quarr
r min minR Tfl
KeKltr R RlpHo1 1 At tM Wtt kotue SM SMn rt rtnl
and R HyltjflC H RoelIoue Mtrcur k kIt
n nl i u r mur A AMI A11i
MI 11i It > M IlIh i ikh Snefftla nelfCiI Colorado clo B Bhr BI BII BIv
hr I Iv r ar Creek Aim Caldwell Caldwellr
dllr r i r F F Walltra Wa1 r1 Tootle Ed Edn d dtioore
n Ciiorgt 0 Johnson Jolt Ktirtka KtirtkaU urskawt
111 < U wt < t t the Xtoyoa today are A As ASII Aot
s SII ot f n Inler rver C Mark Omaha A Ai A1It AflpTI
i 1It flpTI i New York Oto OeoJI R White Whitet
t n J i i L Hrewstsr Jr st A Carey Careyi CarerhCI Car CartIna
hCI tIna i i i i c D Stoettrn Bottbn ostbnIt JII J
11 11 i I st t Louis F P D Whiting Whitingj WbIUDJI
j JI i Mo MOl 0 0I
r I u vitfxman Ht mll Judge J Shurtllff Shurtilifirl H HMII
MII 11 n1 ii 1 others th l IbvWMted ted In IIImHI tht thtfri th thTflrI
mHI fri IT < FRill trrlgsAltnprajtct IMIn pe4 pe4U r rr
11 U < t rn from > m i den 11 wtl wtlLIr I Iur
ur r h f rr r tht lutt t te land laDctO laDctOII landy wardlto wardltof
II y f ill purpose nf Mcurm HeU iW Btjal BtjalIMP t tt 1tifl
IMP t i I HIP contract they the wantWi wantWith lit ntnn ntnnr un unr ¬
r th I rex < act actH aotIIIF actflT
H IIIF > IFI > S IItIman uiiman Bishop Win m Budge BudgeM Bld Bldrrlr1 Hudgerrtved
rrlr1 M hit II it I evening veDln from Parts for forJIir a an anit
nit I < n iii the capital He B went In Inth Ineh intho
th tho < > u t tern rn part of the State ltatei yes yesrda yesrda
rda ifinoon ift noon on buslnsas un and andIP
1 IP i n on n his hi return tlm to 0 attend to toom tomutlpfW top0mb
i p0mb om < nintT during durin the evtnlng Dfn Th Thuhon TIIlih The The1tehr
1tehr lih uhon have a the people of JIll section sectiono
o or tii It Sfit i u > are nr very buay Business BuslneatI1 BuIII
I1 i r t hn ouUook far the 11 > e crops cropsVHI cropst
VHI 11 t nfT nev r better betterlie belt beltlunmrlKD betterPUCEETIiA
lunmrlKD A WN1 n1qi n1qiIleclared OII OIIllet1altd
llet1altd lie Dhl Not but butl a Saoroli SaoroliTroxtd SlItoJtIoed
Troxtd Otlur Othuwtsn OthuwtsnThill so soThl
This afternoon OrBcer 011I en Johnson ar arted aru 1 1h
h ted t d u man named < T L I Crlttendan Crlttendanjn
tn jn n the Ih charge of petit larceny larcenyLait larctl17Lat
Lat nlKht some man an a l acquaint acqualntnce t tane
ane nce of Crlttendans left a watch with withMm with111m withtm
Mm tm for or safe keeping k e lnr and when he b tried triedIM 1r1 1r1I
IM I r ftcaln < galn hi his ticker this morning Crit CritlnJan Crft1rl Cr111nJan
lnJan 1rl < litn uas aN gone Tien arrested t tur bt btI hewure
I wure ur uro h knew absolutely nothing of ofthe ofIh ofthe
the Ih uih but when searched htd the thevatcli tb tbalch theatch
vatcli alch wan found In his pocket >
AlIww4 AlIww4At
WARD ENTERTAINMENTS ENTERTAINMENTSAt
At the tb Eleventh ward assembly mbl hall halltn
tn Thursday evening May Pith will willappear willppelf wiltappear
appear the old pioneer actor Mr Phil PhilMarget FbliUlrlettt PhilhIargett
Marget ti In one on of his h111IeIt Id beet aerlooonta aerlooontatt rloCOIII rloCOIIII
tt TPki < i The piece pi to be played plae4trandfatbr Is Isdrandfathers iscrandtsthera
drandfathers MlsUke in which Mr Mrlari MrIartt
Itarrtts > lari Iartt > tt takes character of Peter PeterProbity fterroblty PeterIriibtty
Probity Besides this dramatic tea featui t tlur teatur
tui there will be the following IoIi0WID1r
g Tong ng r In character O a Uargetts Uargettsr II Mirgtsrritation CIt CItTilllllrn
Tilllllrn r itmion Miss MI Mime XI Howartb song 10
Mr Ir nrt Margetts song III Miss Rmma Rmmaii m mlrlmsr1llI mm mm4rimklI
lrlmsr1llI ii Comic sfttolaTuta IMOIaIU Mr 0 B BThose
11 316 b rgt rgetea rgeteaThose I IThost
Those who will take part In the dram dramatic dra dramatIc l ltle ¬
atic tle ketch art rt u follow Solomon
< Prntity Irololl aged ed M D sleAlUtter Peter Peter1rublty
Probity aged 10 Phil Margttts t John
Probity aged ttC 1 O WooeJruir oo4rult Mr r
< h ha hark riep rhetty < hell J BeckBitter ner a Oar Oarrtt GrrtIl OarTtt
rtt Patty wife oTPtttr II Peter er Miss WI Prls
Ha Smith Grace Xmery M5fl Miss Nellie
Huwarth HuwarthMav
t W
JNU Ikthl1VR1RS Ikthl1VR1RSFIA TItlRS TItlRSn
n FIA J UOJIrD UOMieADMay
May 113 H UJoba > Iolui Joatphson JClMPh a Mt Mtant PI PIant Plss Plssant
ant Mi acrn sections 101I 11 and II town townihii
ihii > is south rot IS 4 east ast t
May isHelrt un l of o Benjamin K h Wing W
Sprin Rprtnt1I vine 1 10 0 aertsection U 1 town
hl hlp ir x south range I east eastvcrn salt8evern at
Srern vcrn II Ornndtvig Gna4t Wellington 1I1a10 1M 1Mcre 1 1er 115acres
acres cre er ectlon 1 township if 11 south southrange lOUt lOUtrIII SOUthrange
range 10 east eastJens eaatJ eastJeno
Jens J ns C Hansen Helper 1M 1 acres acresertkn aeilertlon
ertkn 30 township It 1 south range r 10 10ORIOIXAL tleat 10east
eat
ORIGINAL HOMK8TKAD HOMK8TKADMay D Dlay
May l 16wtlllm Willlam Crolth CrolI1laIt Salt Lake
160 60 acres section 10 and 15 township
l north range t w west t
John H Somger omger Salt Lake 100 acres acresnor acre8e
8e t nor IIIR 11 14 and 15 township 1 north northrang northrH northrang
rang rH n 2 > welt westFELL weltFELL WeltFELL
FELL A VICTIM T TFate 1Fate TFate
Fate of Albert Henry WedgeA WedgeAAttributed WcdgeAAttributcd ScdgekAttributed
Attributed to o an Offic OfficConi OfficComJ OflicCorni
Coni ConiTanacs ComJ ComJIIptd1 Cornit4petial
IIptd1 CornIJ CornIJPanae Corre oISIe oISIeaflaea
Tanacs aflaea Xtvaoa May 6On onprII onprIIUh On April Aprdh
Uh h after It a protracted III 111n illnc
n nc > 8 of tan weeks Albert Henry HenryVUre 1IlIrrWUrI henryW41aCp
VUre ton of A t U Wedge and Nellie NelliePonlxen Nl1IePoulen NelliePotijeen
Ponlxen Wtdgt died at the age of ofn atIn 15 15In
In n 1anaca Nevada N He IL was w a grand grandon rand randn
elifl on n tlf f the late John Wedge a pioneer pioneerthat pioneerf
f that place It WM not an a uatxpected uatxpectednt
Int nt yet It broBjrht no less I of grief Il to toIs toId8 toia
Id8 Is sorrowing 8 taura family fthtr a moth mothr
tr > r a brother and ft tue ttottrt ttottrtlKceted lllterw1CfOliM 1101115Iiceasd
lKceted wa born In I Panics au Neva Nevais N Nla
is Dec 17th Ult and n4 lived for nearly nearlythe
the whole of his h life III In I or la the theniRhborhood tb tbnifhborbOOl1 thenoiRhborhood
niRhborhood of hi hIs birthplace Some Someuhnt atIhut Somewhat
what reserved In manners he b yet al alImpressed mlwa 1 1waYI
hi his airtight airtightforward ot otfrward atTightt
waYI wa > s Impressed mp one OD with
forward t > honest character and nd was wasvr WiIr vsvr
vr earnest In whatever he undertook undertookf
f t > accomplish U toiwt Is tiOt ttranp thtre thtrefore thuerrt theifore
fore that he shooW bt hIghly respected respectediy
iy all who ko heaP Mm lit ws Was a etu etulent etuMnt etUlent
lent < in the B Y Academy em during the theears tbefa theyears
ears fa IMIIO 111 and nd agmln In tame me In 18MM 18MMf
f flr r the M 1 1 A court At the tb time of ofhi ofhili ofhi
hi hili death ht I h held M the office of an anCider allI ittEider
Cider I EiderSnme I der
8 Im me iwr OIIr ytara ago the deceased dexjtatedworked dee deeworked deceasedworked d
worked In 1 the fatal mill at De Lamar Lamarwhere LunarheN Lamarwhere
where M many of our Utah boys bo as asell unil IIwell
nil ell U many IDA other oth have labored and andbreath andhlPltlMd andbreatbid
breath hlPltlMd UM deadly De Lamar dust dustwhich dUltI1Ib dustwhich
which HM eventually entuaU brought Item em to toparly toarl tocarly
parly arl graves Slu There I Ii no doubt what whatver hat hatver IItvpr
> > ver to the people t Iple of Panaca that the thtdeceased tb tbjM the4ecaed
deceased jM died like the hundreds of oth othr othho
r 1T who ho were victims of the dust dustone 11111Une dustOne
one thing I certain he bad every
Pure PureExtracts PureLxtrabts0
Extracts Extractspr
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lift pr TitlE Is now tt hind hen etI extncts etIcts etiI >
I tncts cts ulH be b In general use fsr fsrttdttu fsriniAfng f ffIIHnu
ttdttu Cakts Ice Cream etc and andnatarsH andnalursIIQ nd ndnllttlIfl
natarsH nllttlIfl the cwiumif ctII Um 1 dllfs < J lrts Iht thbst thbstfor best bestfar est estfor
for till kas d mtiiey mtiieylle mnlf mnlfJ1 mnet1Ietttt
lle J1 1Ietttt < fitt lt tiros Thne 11rt Crown Trfaple Trfapletotractsire rrnplfl16 TpIe TpIelLtiwclSarc
totractsire fl16 cls rc maiti IfUJ iad Ii dttact I fnm thimill thimillarc I Iht Ihtorc
arc fresh sh pure and ndstro ttroao r IJ Atf far f fottljom fottljomand flh them themand It Itnrl
and and nrl refuse all JlllnferlDr < Inferior substitute substituteHewlett submlulHflewett subs tilutu tilutullewlett
Hewlett Bros BrosOeorgs
George Oeor T Farnsworth Joseph IsO IsOaorta 100merit
aorta 10 section 16 township 14 south southrang IOUtlirag southTans
rang H < H west westOeorge weatOetrl WeltGeorga
Oeorge U I ROIl Joseph Ut 1 acre acresection aerlNOtion acresNotion
NOtion II township W south raD raDt raDPEDERAL rang 44 < tt ttWttt
Wttt t
I
FEDERAL COURT COURTThe
The case ca of J I L Mabry against Int De
La Mars Hercur mines lOin company WM w
decided yesterday aftsrnoo In favor favorof or orof
of the tb defendant This 11 was a suit for Ip
118000 for damages sustained bythe bytheplaintiff 1Itplllntlft by tbe tbeplaintiff
plaintiff while at work for tUdefend tUdefendant t ttdefadantoompany fad fadaDt
ant antoompany antoompanyLATE company companyLATE compaftJLATE
LATE LOCAL LOC l NEWS NEWSA
A marriage license was w this tb afternoon
t issued uedt to o Ilyrum J Newton Nwt 1 II and
Mil Florence K Dunford 11 11 both of ofthis oflhi ofthis
this city cityTht cUrTile cityThe
Tile case of Ling Banchtro vg De La
Mars Mercur mines mID was w begun Un in the
United States Stat court this morning moral This Tblea
Is 1 A suit for damages damagesCYCLISTS dIIUI damagesCYCLdSIS
41 41CCIJIS1S
CYCLISTS AltH COMLVO COMLVOIfcrrlbltt CO C0MIXOTrrlIile rLO rLOLWrrlbl
Ifcrrlbltt Swetlo SretlotlrOIll Votinic Ou OU8 Lnwson Lnwsonmill Ilnwlollnllil liflUbOIlniti
mill niti Other to Arrlvu Soon SoonJohn BoonJoJan SoonJohn
John M Chapman and Iver Lawson Lawaonre LawlObar
ar are re riding between twlen 11 and aII 10 miles mlltaevery mil mileve mileseven
every eve day and u art ar In fair condition al already alrea4 mlready ¬
ready rea4 for the racing season lOn Lawson Lawsonstated LaWIOttlted Lawsonststed
stated today t04a that ht expected a number numberof
of the boys bo here b from California not
later than Che middle of next week weekAmong WHirAmn weekAmong
Among those who will arrive are John
Lawson the Terrible Swede and an Out a
Lawson his hi younger OUII r brother Clem
Turrille and Oscar Julius Young < Qua Gu
Lawson will undoubtedly be seen on the thetrack thetrack
track this thu year er He H has h the honor honorof
of holding the lb hour paced record r al although 4 ¬
though only a boy bo and weighs hot over o od
100 pounds poundsIt
It is I understood that Dan HlcXey to
forced to resign as a manager er p pthe pi nawr tht RJM 1
Orandes on account Of his hi prtesWig
business In his bl position with the th rail railroad ri railroad ¬
road rd company oomp y
At the tb meeting lost night nltt of the th Rfc Ne
Otn GrandeiManager Qrandes Manager Hlckty Hlckr released Dan D
BUlb and nd Art BenjUtt BenjUttCLBAHIKG Bellrt BellrtOLRAH BeniittT BeniittCLRAIUNG T r <
CLBAHIKG OLRAH G HOUSE KBlORT KBlORTSalt UHORTI UHORTISal
Salt Sal Lake LaheCity City CI Mar In InTod JtUsO JtUsOTodays
Today Tod clearings elear > ttittll7 ttittll7unt D1 iiL4si 17
le Same unt day d last year yearo1u er V i tU Itt1 Itt1OIR > I M7t M7tOUB
OUB OIR AXD SD JlULMOJt JlULMOJtMcCORKICK lUJ 1lULItO i13IO1tr i13IO1trMeCOENICIC llW0t S SWeORKICK
McCORKICK WeORKICK CO COMlngo C COMingo
Mlngo 14lno Bullion BullionSilver BulIon tl 4500 4500Sliver
Silver IUv and Id lesd ores ON SStOO SStOOTotal 11 11Totar 1200Total
Total TotalUAMBEItOBR U7SOO U7SOOUAWBBRQBR 71
UAWBBRQBR DABERGPR A A McMILLAX McMILLAXBullion McMILLANMullion > cYYLLN cYYLLNBulion
Bullion Bulion 4
MullionDEADLY
0 DEADLY DUST DUSTii
ii 1 Almost Incredible Declaration Declarationial Declaraton Declaratonial
ial of the DC Lamar Lamartany LamarJan Lamarany
Jan any tanysymptom anysymptom
symptom pt of o a dust dO victim victimAt U UAt
At the t time UI the tb dt deceased labored lb at atthe atthe t tthe
the De D Lamar Lr mill mU there tb were wr eleven elevenothers II elevenother
others ou doing cloD the tame m kind ID of work worktwhtrt workiwbire
twhtrt Iwb the tb dust dtt was w to t bad b and o there 1I0r
to I now JW but tn oa ose ol the ti twelve IY alive lv
That Tt was wl before It I was 1 known bOD there therewaa tbNwu therewas
was death dlt lurking In those tbO exceeding exMlag ¬
ly Inc partlacle prlarll of dustmuch finer finerthan ftnlrthan finerthan
than the but grade rad > of lt flour four Since Sincethen line Sinesthen
then the the te company has h put in dust col ¬
lectors ltton and use other lther precautions r Utol so sothat a
that tbt the danger I Is much lessened Ine ytt yttthere ytthere I t tther
there ther is I i doubt a very vtr grave rve doubt doubtwhether dobt doubtwhether
whether wbetbt that process Jfl ran rn be used U with without wih without ¬
out endangering eDdnlrll the ta lives Ive of those tbwb who wholabor
labor labr there thereA therA
A company physician phllclar once Mated tell to tonmt to10m tosome
some 10m friend frtnd of the te writer wrter that tbt a mans manslife mnIle manslife
life Ile was doomed doomt If I he went In there tb and andworked andwrked
worked twentyfour tItor hours houl on O al the thtgriffins tb tbrlfn theniilIns
griffins rlfn and whether whetbr or not his freedom freedomof f0m f0mof
of expression explion had anything athlq to do with withIt 1tb 1tbI
discharged dischargedIt dllbard dllbardIt It I In a very ry short a time tl after ar he b w wdllbard wa wadischarged was
It Is I also 111 stated Itl1e that tbt an 11 official omeal of the thecompany tbeompn thecompany
company ompn made md the tb remark rmar on the thtstreets theor theStreet
streets of De D Lamar Lmr that the dry dryprocess dlpl dryproceu
process pl would not be b changed ehal for the thenet th thewpt
net 1 process pl as long lll as there ter were wereany werean wereany
any an Mormon boy b left In Utah UtahAt UtahAt UtahAt
At all 1 events IIt It I should Ibol4 be b a warn warning war warning ¬
ing In to thom tbO who are accustomed CComed to togoing t togoing
going 1011 to the mining mlnll dsttrlot dlotl to t work workand work workand
and who hold holdtber their lives Iv of o any m value valueWtre valueWere llueWer
Were Wer further furher argument anInt necessary tl it itwould Itwlid itwould
would wlid need llo only olir to be b sold t that tbt there thereare tbrer thereare
are r now known to have been bn no lets letstbsn lu lutba lessthan
than tba MO 50 deaths lethl resulting rllll from tm De D La Lamar L Lamar
mar ma dust du1 and doubtless dubtt many man others othershave otb otbhave othershave
have thus sunk Illk Into early trl grave n the thtdirect tb tbelrt thedirect
direct elrt cause cU of o which wlie ha hat been bl known knownonly loa loaonl knownonip
only onl to the t recording rodhl angel angelH angelsH 11
H M I V7ARN8R WARNIR
Eruptions EruptionsAn Eruptons I LIke Father Like Child Chid Mm U llh th the wm 1m of kit ii ancestors ancestorsIf I Or I Dyspepsia Dyspepsiah Dyspopsiaefuptiona11IIpsrent4wIhbeslthychlklren1oLtbem
An eruption efuptiona11IIpsrent4wIhbeslthychlklren1oLtbem all allortr al If I I parent pamt with lh healthy halty cblWrtn ebUdrn Je t them tem itt seatbat that tbt they themselves tmle have havepure b ve I 1 haddvtptp h dY dspp dsppOYr <
> OUr tpn my Y body bOdPUN pure rich stung sti 1ng < ng blood lo No taint t1 of olarfula scrofula no insidious luioo malady lalldy no noUwised nolurking no1 ia in iU it worst wO woreeasued i iform
Uwised e easued n burning burningwaatUwsoIcould bumlncilurkioc lurking microbe or germs pr eVUtl to bt b a t COliC to t posterity perty Parity Prfy 7 the t blood bloodHoodi blo bioodtl0 form many for and a medicines medicinesbat tried triedmany nlec nlecDII triedmany
waatUwsoIcould f l DII ldHo Hoodi Sirs SmJirB SirssprilIa r jrilla ii I the th guardian arln of mfaati ibflltyet yet unborn ulbm Hay it today t bat nroud found no n a at res reslief t tsot
sot
sleep night list until ulltl I tk tkt took tooki
Ity Win t Hood Inl1ht i Hoodi I Sartapa Sartapanils
t lo Ho
Srupaila Sarsapantila Sarsapantilawas nils rl and aD hoods Hoofti I
was Itl II i Pills Pil To T rav ar Brett Brettjoy RI RII greati
I t c mired J t w 1 ad i joy oy I found rCDd relief reliefand rlf rlfI <
I Tn 0 r and a core Or I am amnow II amnow
L OknriuleNY Il Ny 1x a 8 now n 0 t veil wel and anditrong
0km
l GftJrIo1 Ga jjj itrong trng DUD Olntr Oly MARY Iu IU J E EDUD 4 4DVRP
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GET TOO MUGH MUCHSHORE MUGHJ
r J SHORE DUTY DUTYCongrMsmon DUTYConir DUTYCongru
CongrMsmon Conir smen inon Think Navil Officers OfficersShould Ofcers OfcersShould OfficersShould
Should be b at Sea Si SiI SeeoIvI4I SeaOIYIUiVlNS
I I OIYIUiVlNS OILIA oIvI4I DO BUilBAU nUtAU WORK WORKObjedlon WORKI woincObjedor
Objedlon ObJe lgr to tII1 JliU Ilnit llnl Iolut loUltOut out Hi HiVcnkneu Il Ili It IteakuistliIy
Vcnkneu eakuistliIy i c lnln utver iiiul ld llnrliuri llnrliuriHo lrblf lrblfI s sPliisi
F Pliisi I II Ho Ho8poai UI I lsejeied lsejeiedF lsejeied8aI 11eld 11eldBP1
8poai BP1 Cormpondeno Cormpondenowiwhlartoa CopDc1 CopDc1D crrsspondnoshWshIagtos
wiwhlartoa D May 1 11The li TH olwniuton olwniutonof 4n
of ha t naval uv appropriation pproprlo Kill Ilib In both bothUOUM btb bothHouse
House 0 and 4 8 SenatvdevelQps Mt w devtUpa the te fact facthat fctftat factthat
ftat that th tt the navy MV It I being bll oriUdMd crUol be becauw b iscause
cause there th U J so o much ihore 10n duty dlt fo fothe fr frtb for forthe
the tb officer 010 it I i II the aim am of o the t navy navydepartment uY navydepartmsnt
department deplDt which I I is governed 1t gsa ftnerally lD lDerl gsaerally
erally erl by b tat officers olOn of the te navy In Innearly IJIbarlr tinnearly
nearly barlr all U recommendation rmendato that tbt are oremade arelde aremade
made lde to t have a lufflcleat aldeD qunber uber o onaval of ofMr ofnhvat
naval ofBoen ofa ooeii 1 so o that tt there ther will wn be beabout beabolt beabout
about abolt twothird twth on tea fa and othr onethird onethirdon one third thirdon
on abort abor duty dut Some representative representativeand NPDttlV NPDttlVancl
and some 1 senator lutOI have hve taken tn the theround IhelruDd theground
round lruDd that tbt u naval laval officers olce art re edu educatwl 1 educited
cited ctl for the 1 pea ea they tbe ought ob to t Nma remain remainat mtn mtnat
at 1 aa It Is I claimed by b ame Ime that UM UMshort u theshore
short Ibor duty could eulc be performed peforl as well welby w1 wellby
by civilian a u bv the these offloer olcen While Whilethis Whilethis bie biethla
this may m b be true trl In loins or Instances Instancesinert ttile ttiletben Inslainceathere
inert ar many man others oth where wb It itnot wouii wouiinot wQulaIIOt
not be at l all al available Iallble This Tbl much Is Istrue I istruethere
true truetler truethere there art rt many man naval naal officer oo per perfornlnc pr prfull perfunning
funning full duty which whlh could be done dn by byclvlHani byclvla bycivilians
civilians clvla but It would bt b impossible Impostlbltto Ipbl Ipblto
to tabs tak the tb chiefs of f the bureau bur am amtheir and andtber andtheir
their tber assistants 1laDt and have permanent permanentcivilian prmMneDt prmMneDtcivian pormineuteiviiian
civilian civian officers ou created to t nil 11 these theseplace the thep thesep105
place p Then Tn there tbr I is work about ablt the thenavy t thepavy
navy Iav yards r4 the te naval nval academy acade and andother ad adother sndother
other plies lae where her a distinct dlUnt naVal navaeducation Dva naValeducation
tduCtloll education is necessary neellr that could not notbt notbe notbe
be properly pprl nlled f by b civilian cvila appointees appointeesMXJiT applt appointeesMIJIT
MXJiT JtT BK BIIUBEC B SUBJECT TO REGU REGULATIONS RJU RJULfIONS BOULvroN ¬
LATIONS LATIONSThoct LfIONS LfIONSTO LvroNThose
Those TO who advocate avot having havl all Pr shoreduty shore shoreduty
duty dll done co by iS civilian cvlMna overlook ovrl th thfact tbfe the thetact
fact that tat the some 1 argument arlmeDt would wouldapply wouldapplr wouldapply
apply to having bnl all of th the staff ata < duty dutyIn
In th the army n performed proned by tht staff staffcivilian staffcivilians tdcivlan
civilian civlan As A a matter ma tte of fact fet It II Istrut IItrl iitrue
true trl that men could perform perorn1 all alot of the thtstaff thetatr thetaU
staff duty and aDc not necessarily ncelrly bt b army armyofficer arm armomeer armyomcera
officer Men could euld be elected tctt for th thepoattluns the thepositions
positions plUuol In the navy department and andIn andla andin
In the several navy IIVY yards ard from tr civil civillife cl1 clviilife
life lfl and ald possibly they could get t along alongafter alongfter IUb
after fer a faaliftn fwla pty especially eplaly U I they tbr bad hodcertain b badcertain
crtain certain scientific alen lfc education tucaUon where wb such sucheducation auchtdICUOD sucheducation
education tdICUOD U I Det needed But those tbOe who In Insist Inlt inslat ¬
slat lt that tat there tlre It not the least necessity necessityfor ntIS
for naval nv1 oBcsrs den performing prformlb short shortduty aore aoredut shoreduty
duty dut overlook overlo one Important fact factMuch tat tatMucb factMuch
Much of the business bn of the navy nv must mustbt mutbe mustbe
be done on by officer oace who art under understrict unce understrict
strict tlct naval Dval regulation lla Uonl subject aubJet to tocourt tocourt tocourt
court martial marttl and punishment by bycourt byClr bycourt
court Clr martial ml1 In case cl they Ibe commit commitoffensts comut comutol comutitamass
amass ol against qlnt the navy DiVY Tb same samtJs sameje m mtre
Js true tre in I the staff Itat sorpi of the army armyCivilians an armyCivilians
Civilians Clrn would be subject only onl to civil civiltrials civi clviitrials
trials tr It I II quite quie true that a great greatdeal It Itdal greatdeal
deal of f the thl shore duty dut could be dis dispensed dltpn diipeased ¬
pensed with 1uj probably prbabl one oneblt half of the theofficers theolOn theofficers
officers pn olOn now nw assigned Ulneo to shore ahor duty dutycould dut dutoould dutycould
could easily ll bt b spared to officer omce our ourships ourlpl ourships
ships lpl If there teN were wr men enough to keep keepthtm kep kepe keepthem
them e In commission This l fact was wasdemonstrated wa wasdemonstrated
demonstrated cletrate during 1 the tb Spanish lpltb war warwhen wrot warwhen
when officers ot were ff called C from frm all al their theirhere tbelrhore theirhore
hore assignments and sent nt to 0 sea At Atthat AtHthat
unmDt
Ithat that time Ur however hntrth ar the short tor duties dutiesof dutt
of many Ian of these tbel officers otel were wr per performed pr prtoned performed ¬
formed toned by rut rotired tr I red naval na1 offictn omen who whowtrt wh whoWere
Were recalled recaled for the purpotu purpotuFOR purpoitFOR urJ
FOR LARGE SHIPS SHIPSAlthough IJP llIPSAlthough
Although AlholSh there will wtl bt b no n river rve and andharbor andbrOr andharbor
harbor brOr bill bi at this session of Congress Congrethe Concre Congressthe
the UI river rve and al harbor babr committee Clte of the theHouse theRou theRouse
House Rou has ba been bn very active aUe throughout throughoutthe tbrouhouthe
the entire ntlr session and ha ba laid the thtfoundation thefouDdUon thefoundation
foundation fouDdUon for much legislation 1IIIaUon at the thenut tb tbnt theneat
nut session 100 when a river rvr and ane harbor harborbill barbr barbrbll harborbill
bill bll Is I to be b reported reprtt On a number numberof nlmbr nlmbro
of occasion lln the committee eommt has b given givenhearings givenhearings
hearings o bea on several projects prJtt In which whichtbt whichtht whichthe JveD JveDbea
the people pple of various arloU sections ntoD art ar In Interested Intrete interested ¬
terested trete inch Iteh as New York Yor Baltimore BaltimorePhiladelphia Bltmore BltmorePldlpIIM BaltimorePhIladelphia
Philadelphia PldlpIIM and Interests lutr represent representing reprent reprentla ¬
lag la the d shipping on the Mississippi Mississippiriver 141lallpl 141lallplrvr
river rvr But the time tl of the th committee commlttetUs commit
Us b not all been bn taken tale up with work ork In InHearing Inbearlnll Inhearings
Hearing A great deal of 0 11 earnest mt study studyhas aud audb studyhas
has b been given livn to commercial cmD1 ques questions queltlonl quelions ¬
lions and experts and those tO familiar familiarwith faia familiarwith
with wih commerce cmere of today to have hve been beenconsulted la laconultd beenconsulted
consulted conultd as to the probabilities pbblU of the thtshipping th thblpplo theshipping
shipping In the future ftlr As A a result of ofthis oftbl ofthis
this study tud and Investigation InveUO the tb com commute eommit cornmitt ¬
mute mit ha h concluded onclud that tbt the t carry carryIng crr crrID carrylag
to be done doneIn doneID doneIn
lag ID trade te of the th future ttur to
In vessels 1 which hlth btatdt b those t now OW In Inbt Intb inthe
bt tb service lcl will wil be b monsters 10D Indeed IndeedWhere Inde indeedWhere
Where Wre ship of a carrying cI capacity opul of of1I0M
1I0M 1 11 toni t are now used U it I 1 I is content contentplatd contmp contemplaid
plaid that some with wll1 a tonnage run running rf runfling ¬
p fling up p to 18 18000 and a am MMO t tons tO will willftt wl Willbe
be employed eployed within lhln the tb next net few fewyears fewyears
years In 11 view vew of tb this fact the com comMltttt comItt cornmitt
Mltttt mitt ho b determined detlnlntd that tht when river riverand rlra riverand
and Itt harbor lbr Improvltt Improvements are made mde In Inptaots Inpl inplaces
places a pl where wb tho largest Jt shipping Ilppln Is Isto 1 Isto
to be carried carl on provision must be btmads bemade
made 4 for these thel larger pO vessel y1 which whichwill wblchwi whichwill
will wi draw daw from 30 3 to K I feet of 01 water waterwhich waterwbcb waterwhich
which wbcb means me very vl deep 4 and aD well we de defined d df deSued ¬
fined f channel channelLAND cbnne cbnneLND channelLAND
LAND LND AT PEARt PEARL U ILARBORThere HARBOR HARBORThere RBK
There T Is I not very much m disposition dllUol to topass tBInator topass
pass Senator Hale Jalel MM 1M appropriating appropriatingIIROM approprUnn
IIROM for the purchase Jurcb of o lUO 11 acres acresof acl acresof
of n land around arud Pearl per Harbor Jar to be beused b beused
used as a naval station atat This ll land 1 1abaolutsly Iolutl Is Isabslutsly
l
abaolutsly olutl valueless valuel for anything ltll ex exctpt elP except
ctpt this tll purn JUfp purpse ae Through Tbrub on I over oversight overI oversight ¬
sight P I the Cnlted Inled States ltat failed tlt to toqu acquir ac acquire ¬
quire qu anything aothlll but a Harbor br when It Itmode ItI itmid
mode Its Ia treaty with Hawaii Uawl and nd some somevery Ime Imev somevery
very I v shrewd br1d people saw w a chance for tr a agosa agoid
gosa speculation apulatlun In buying 1 the lands landssurrounding Ind landsasyrounding
surrounding aUladlnl 0 the harbor bar and af1 they art artnow a aremow
now ao holding out waiting watU for the Unit Unitel rnt tnited
el State Itatp to buy then tb As A A the t price is isnearly I Inearly
nearly 11 74 4 an acre nce It I II considered consideredrather conlldred conlldredrabt consideredrather
rather rabt high hlh The navy na department ertnnt has hasalready b balred hasalready
already atqulrtl aquire some a very ver valuable valuablelarlllttes vluable vluablerUt valuablefacilItIes
larlllttes rUt on Honolulu nllulu harbor and nd ndIbl pos possibly poesibly ¬
sibly Ibl the men u who ho art ar holding hand at atPearl atPr atPearl
Pr Pearl Harbor sill wi wait some 1m time tm be belore b before
lore to they tbY real ralie realise lie I IYE on their Ulr Investment InveitmentLIVE Invetmnt InvestmentIJYE
LIVE YE STOCK CBNSUS CBNSUSPortlftNit CLNSUS CLNSUSI CINSUSIothieeit
PortlftNit I Ut Questions Qatltis Undo Ulle Sms SmstIU Saiifs SaiifsMsSts mg mgAre
MsSts tIU Are Ar Aikloff Akl k Jnst Now NowA ow owA
A large number numbe of stockmen aokm an 1 the therange U therang
range N are ar jut now receiving rIYa blank Wankschedule Wnk Wnkebe4a1 blankschedile
schedule ebe4a1 from fm th the census c atlas aaMnt aaMntany u a11dngany
any a number br of what many mD of 0 the u them will willdoubtless w wlUdoubtless
40ubU doubtless designate dlllnt as 1 fool M ques quesions qUsetions
ions UOa regarding their private bud budness bur burlflees
ness n affairs says a th the Denver Dr Stock Stockman lt Stockman ¬
man They Ti are asked a I to tell t1 Uncle Vie lam Samtow lambow lamhow
bow tow many cattle alte they tie own and a what whatheir wbtthlr whattheir
heir ages liP are 1t what they th are re worth worthhow worthho worthhow
how ho much land they use to geese r them themon t
on whether whthfr th thy y wn > or less II the th land landand Indaae landand
aae and what wbl It I Is I worth how many rattle rattlehey ratle ratlethe cattlethey
hey the bought last year yeir what they Ih paid paidor pa pafor pa4for
for or them tb how many tbo tb sold < > ld and what whattbe whatthey whither
her tbe got for them thm aaJ al ant a lot nvrc nlrelel flIItsuch nvrcluch
such lel question qlHton If J an ordtaory UuT elt eltstn citlain
11 lain stn should ask these tb qwettloAS 4M h hwould b be bewould
would wul4 stand a a good n chawM cb at o a blow blowbeblBd blowbbd blowbehind
behind bbd the tar r bat bt it I It I Uncle U Sam Samwho samwho
who is I tilling aaklo and he U I asking ul the theqVMtion tb tbqMUO theqsatlon
qVMtion qMUO in the strictest Itrltet confidence o far fartht fartM forthe
the ek pttrpost Pt of o compiling ClpHr fttourate aOnte
IIluIII sttttMtl l > rtKurdlng rlllrdll the th Ircat grett rtit II iturk iturklndusti trktndu6t rk rkInru
lndusti Inru Iy iv > tliinjt I hini > every v ry l ilim > 1 lnn b un und1 und1Ihe UflI UflII > l lthe >
the I he Miii UI uII his It I ltul 1111 niHtlstlm RlatHlhl Whllt Whlltnf Whl Vhllof >
nf iiiimi tll tii Ii I li liw 11 tit f supilv sllly and lomuiil 4emttiilKIbVt lomuiilKiiwrni temllrl temllrlKIIII
Kiiwrni KIIII KIbVt II 11s the I he ptkn tk In all ni at I truJv lrd It la lafair hifal Isfair
fair fal 01 iiul right and proper Iro r to know knnwa knvas
a as much as a ponibk regarding regardingthe regnrdlnthe
the wirklng Wl yt rklnr of these thel laws lawsIt lawaI
It I I possible plble know Inn In a ageneral ane1 ageneral
general ne1 wa wly in I h i ni i n or < > r ti t I I < < upply upplyof tp ly lyot
of live Btt Ihk > < k an anti > > ii 11 I < < o < ih I h vrnh rlhlhl iliii de demand demand demand ¬
mand Thin hl jjriintiii i frinn n I of f the thegreatest th thIfatet thegreatest
greatest Ifatet alu I > hulI 1ml i In 11 II I Us mock mockand RIOkInd stockand
and to th tr gra rUIHI < ii i an al w wII il for or It enable enablehim onableahim nabl nablhim
him to gauK ul IIIK hi buuiiHM btII prupiTij rl Ht Htknows H HIno Heknows
Irul
knows Ino the tbl protublc ClmllMnn lmil Inl that thlt will willprevail wi willprevail
prevail for the th n nut t few fe years ea and the theknowledge thehnowledge I
knowledge knowlere will 1 enable him to rest easier easierat
at night DII and the fluctuation fletultlll In the themarket themarket themarket I
market will wi not terrify trlt him hll as they
do now nowOf nowO nowOf
Of O court cou many m stockmen tokmen have hve good goodreason goodreasons 0
reason rI for wishing wtI to keep kee their pri private Ir pnivats ¬
vats affairs tran strictly blcU secret let and to art arteommodafe al mecommodate
eommodafe emmoafe them the census offlct offlcthas ole ocehi
has ht hi made ma a concession eonlnlon never neverbefore ne neverbetore
before bto granted The stockman stockmanon Itoln Itolnon
on the pnted range ril I Is furnished furnlhe with witha wih wiha
a blank schedule ebul with 1tb full rul Instructions Instructionsfor
for filling lia the same tme and he Is I allowed allowedto lowe
to fill 81 It out himself without wihout the theItalo as assltanoe assitano
sltanoe Italo of an n enumerator enumrtor or a special specialagent Iplal Iplalant specialagent
agent and send Ind It In direct to the cen census C cenIns ¬
Ins u office om Many lan are taking takln advantage advantageof
of this plan and the schedules Icbeul show aho ahod a adegree adegree
degree d of Intelligence Intelenc among stockmen stockmenthat Itolt stoekmenthat
that would hardly iari be suspected upetd In such sucha uba
a class 01 of wild wid western wetm cowmen The Thework Thwork Thework
work of taking kin the tl census Cnw has h started startedIn ltrt
In earnest trnt and nd will wi continue otnu until about abouttht aboutthe but butth
the th Ant lrt of September 8ptmbr when wb U I Is ex expected enpeeLed 1 1pte ¬
peeLed pte that the field work will wl be b com compitted om omptt cornpletsd
pitted Stockmen 8tokme generally enetlre enetlretl art as assisting aselating ¬
elating ptt tl In IJItbe the work to the most mOt of their theirability the theirability
ability
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aUIUNITJJ UX1TKI UNITJJ IK J WKDLOCR WKDLOCRA
A very VI pretty prt wedding weddlf reception rpllon took tookplace tookplac tookplace
place last evening at the residence IDC of ofMr ofMr ofhit
Mr and nd Mrs Mr B a Holding 1oldll Xo No1 No1latb F FsoUth l lsooth
sooth latb hurh Fourth West Wit street trt The T brld brldwas brldw bridewas
was w their daughter Miss Mi K C Molding Moldingand Uol4lnand
and the ti groom rm Mr Golden C C Quiver QuiverTbt 011 011Tbe GuiverThe
The young 10UI couple were we marrk 1 In the tbtTemple Ih IhTemple theTemple
Temple at t noon non and nd the reception repton tak taking tkIn takIng ¬
ing In place plac In the evening Many Kn friends friendswere frlnd friendsWere
were eN In attendance to extend lteneS congratu congratulation conantuIUonl congestuIstions ¬
lation to the newly lIewl wedded weded pair At
11 1 oclock te an elaborate tupper was wasserved waved wasserved
served ved and at midnight mldnlh the th reception receptionterminated reptol receptionterminated
terminated terlntt Mr and nd Mrs Il Culver will willreside wi wiltreside
reside rtlde at t No in 21 I street tttt where wbr they theywill th thwi theywill
will wi be b at t home bol to tbelr friend trlead after aftertht atar atarthe alterthe
the ttth Itb met InstANOTHER IntAYOrfU metNOTIIlt
ANOTHER AYOrfU 101 FOR TUB TiflrNI TiflrNIApproxImately rul PUm PUmApproximately fuxn fuxnApPlllmatelr
Approximately ApPlllmatelr ii KM 10 were raised rlt at atUN att atthe
UN t Sanitarium yesterday lt4 and last lattBlht I lastmtht
Blht al = bt for th the benefit bnft of tht t leofUld leofUldfund II coileldLund
fund Manager KI Bchtnck htck regrets f that thattht tht thttb thatthe
the tb turn t Is I not larger lafe but generously generouslyturns eoull eoulltun
turns tun over ov the entire Itr receipts for the thtrulltf tl1 tl1rUt therulief
rulltf rUt of the widows and fatherless fthl chil children cn cndrD childrn ¬
dren drD of o the tb hapless U l I coal cl miners minersILLNBSSOFII mID mIDI mIDILIINK minerIIiIiNICSS
ILLNBSSOFII ILIINK IIiIiNICSS OI BII h T HAKUISON HAKUISONIJ JAHUSON JAHUSONnut IIAIUUSONlhitSliftlit
IJ nut lhitSliftlit t Sllfclit SIIlt lionet JO KntrTtslned llltlhai of Hk KMovtry H r arc arcKntrTtslned arcllltlhai arcItlLelttlIlWl
The e many friends frenda of B IT LT Harrison Harrisonth Jaa Jaatb
th the well wel known architect arhlect will regret regretto I
to learn of that gtntlemans enUemaQ serious Ill Illness iiiMs ¬
Itrou 11
ness nl Bat slight t hopes bop art ar entertained entertainedof IDtrtt
of his recovery rve
SLOWim LOW f SHUS 1 hUT llT MOltK JOUR COil COilKOHT CO COfOfT COMWT
KOHT KOHTTht fOfT fOfTTbl WT WTThe
The evolution eoluton of the teamhlp Iterahlp is I as asInteresting uInttreaUn asInteresting
Interesting as a novel novl Take th the cattle cattleship ctt cattleship
ship It I began f as a a huge h freight boat boatand It Itan boatand
and an it was found that tht amidships al lblpl there therewas thrlwu therewas
was room rm for a few passengers paunn The Thefew Thfew Thefew
few passengers punen liked Ukt it wonderfully wndrfuII be becausv beMuIf because
cause MuIf Mt f the smooth lootb sailing Hln and the thtmoderate tb tbmod themoderite
moderate mod rlte cost cot Then gradually ra < ual more mortItatrom morestaterooms morestaterooms
staterooms Itatrom wr were ert built bult and In addition additionto addiion addiionto
to cattle catt the ships Ihlp were Wer soon 1 carrying carryinglarge ClIln ClIlnlarI carryinglarge
large cargoes of human beings beln Th Thother Tbothr The Theother
other type was w the tII ocean greyhound greyhoundburning ryhouindburning
burning fortunes In I coal ou smelt ldIff11 ldIff11IIualll roy vofage royageusing
age IIualll ulng men and nd machinery in a astrenuous aatrenuou astrenuous
strenuous ertort to make records ItCO and andIn udIn andIn
In the meanwhile churning the stom stomach Itomch stomach ¬
ach ch of the passengers Into six days daysof da daof daysof
of unhapplness These Tb did not pay pa the thedividends lb lbdividend thedividends
dividends but they th made m fine ftll adver advertisements adyertltelDD adnertilementi ¬
tisements Now finally IInaU between the theextremes tII tIIextrm theextremes
extremes has come the compromise On Oneach Oneb Oneach
each eb side of the lb ocean splendid ships shipsare IhIIH1re
are re being beln built which exceed xc the tbehound grey greyhound greyhound ¬
hound in the Ih luxuries and beauties tI and andwhich IIIdwhich andwhich
which slightly excel the cattleships tUl1I 8 in inspeed InHd inspeed
speed In other words the th steamship steamshipcompanies 8teaallblpcompanl steamshipcompanies
companies have come to appreciate that thatthe thattll thatthe
the tll average aver traveler wants WII comfort So Soit 80It Soit
it happens bap tn that at leut a don million milliondollars mlllloadolln milliondollars
dollars are now being belD spent In this new newtype lIel1Itl18 nowtype
type of boat boatThe boaThe boatThe
The other day at the Cramps yard yardon
on the D Dvla Delaware la ar are the tb keel of the larg largett larrMt largeet
ett chip ever built In the Western Westernllemliphere Wternnemllph WesternHemisphere
Hemisphere re was laid lal4t a leviathan leviathanwhich lelatnwhich levithanwhich
which will be nearly near I 100 feet long with witha withtonnae
a tonnage of 12600 She Ib is built by the thesame tll tlltlml thesame
same company that owns the St Paul PaulSt PaulSt PaulSt
St Louis Paris and New York but un unIke unlike Unlike
like them she lb will have great t broad broadbilge broadbll broadbilge
bilge bll keels that will keep her almost almostas lmOitu
as steady Itead as a a railroad train It will willtake willtake willtake
take a day da or so longer for the passage passageon
on a bout of this kind but the JI pen passengers penlen paulenlens ¬
len will enjoy nJo life In the meanwhile meanwhileThere meanwblleThere meanwhileThere
There will be two of the same type and andother andother nel nelother
other companies are ar building blttdlnlllOlDwhat blttdlnlllOlDwhatImllr somewhat somewhatsimilar somewhatsimilar
similar ships shipsTwo Ihl shipTwo l lTwo
Two will be launched In Bngland this thismonth thlmonth thismonth
month There never was a time when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the popularity of ocean travel Ira vel was w so sogreat 10Ifret o ogreat
great and It is an n Interesting fact that thatevery thatevery
every ery steamship company In th tile world worlds
II s at work ork and Is making mltdallftOnttBat mltdallftOnttBatutd money moneySat moneySaturday Sat Saturday
urday utd Evening IotL IotLLAST I IoetLtST ootI ootL > I
LAST L T KAK11AOOT VJJTKKAX VJJTKKAXTimothy YIlTH1ltXTimothy WfEltAXTlmoth1
Timothy Murray Murrayehief urrar chief masterst masterstarms
arms on the United State ship Pens lensacola Iellucola Penscola
cola now stationed off o th the Pacific coast coasts
I is s the tb only enlisted man now In the thenaval th thllay1 thenaval
naval service who was w with Parra Parraguts Parraut Parraguts
guts ut fleet during dlrl the tb civil war warHe warH warHe
He H Is I not quit fifty Art years eara of age ageiorn areBorn ageEons
Born In Ireland on November 4 1110 1IWhe 1110he 1110he
he ran away awl to sea at the tb age a of It ItOnly IIOnl 12Only
Only Onl a year ar later he 11 enlisted In the thtUnited tbeUnttfd theUnIted
United States navy at Boston a al a sec second lfeOIId seecod ¬
cod class I boy strvlnc In lint on the Unit ITnltd Unite4 united
e4 d States 8tat frigs trtpte to Niagara and nd after afterecember afterDecember tterDeetmber
December 1MJ on the th flagship Hart Hartord nutforel hartford
ford ordlit
foreln
lit n baa b a keen remembrance of Far Farrsgut hrrat ParisgUt
rsgut rat at the battle ttle of Mobile Bay on onAuntt onA onAugust
August A t 18W 18WWhen 1114Whfn 1154When
When the tqnardon started up th thmy thbA the thebay
bA bay my he h My the tllo14 old M admiral was w In Inhe Inthe inthe
the port main rigging I1 IIr with a rope ropearound roperound ropearound
around hi hili walt so that he h could lean leanxer leanoer leanover
over and nd I ice what the fleet were w doing doingAt dolnAt
At the moment the Brooklyn BrO ll11ll ran ranground ranIlGund ranaground
ground fantntn Alden Idtll sing out Tor Torpedoe Torro Toeldoes
pedoe ro on abe ahead fle d It was 11 then the lh admiral admiralml odmiralused
UII used ml the famous word wordTorpedoes wordlTolIIfdoe wordsTorpedoes
Torpedoes be damned 01 OIV ve her herour Iterf binolin
f our ur belle bflDuring belleDunn till I IDurtl1r
During the entire action in the th bay bayhe barIhfl baythe
he admiral was w sometime on the UI poop pooplid pnopM poopsM
lid nmtfm snmetfmrs In n the tb mtawi rifting riftingf n nII
II f was W T attar you a busy man manT1 manIt nhtiThat
T1 That at h he was In co con1 i t t rlnnetr lfIr U Uwhen IIt IsevMpnt
evMpnt t when wll you im WIIIIr mh mhr r tfct 1 the thelott 1h 1hhritnrll the74srtfnri
hritnrll lott twiwi tw twsotn r v n V1IM otl and andv andtwnty
twnty 11 v ve won wnnpiiwl 0 n 1 d f flTiIV > nv Ih of n flfMser fh fhfH It Itn
n Mser fH r who weft 11 en ti h hnow ihin tc ftII + ofy ofymlll di diimsf
imsf mlll In the 11 arvlafliNl 1 1wnn Vi Viwrnd
wnn wrnd now nownrna 011 nenan4Iinf 1r 1M 1MnntI 1k nnene nneneAI
nrna AI fl5 Artil ArtilM AttrI Wt Wewn I then 1 1nr at
M t And nr Captain Whiting then an en enUrn inelmi n n11m
Urn
FARUIW FAmn n THAT VAYS VAYSWt 11SW 1AYSWe
Wt W invite tht thectal special atttntlon of ofoung ofounl ofyoung
young men in South Sot Carolina who art artooklng antlooking arelooking
looking or hoping for work that will willNX willIY willIN
IY IN NX to the encouraging xptrlenat of ofinrton ofIIn ofIlarton
inrton IIn rton Powell colored of Decatur Deraturunu I ertvrountr DecaturOunty
ountr < > unu Georgia G M narrated In a brief briefr brI brI11lIrt brief1Jvtt
11lIrt r purt In the iii Atlanta OoastltstKm OoastltstKmPowell 00aItI QonititelletiPowell tetlen tetlenPowell
Powell it Is stated ed lam Wooo in inwelve Iatwtln intwelve
twelve years V bought lIt m seMI put ten tenmen t tmn tinmen I
men to work planted otiUMJ UOI1 corn and andon aidcane d dean
ean cane on not corn and eapt and cleared clearedIMO elesredP100 I
IMO the lint year That hi to say at ath attll atthe
tll the h clad DeI of th tM year tar be bad more than thanto t thanhk bAhili
hili to original savings In hand again a 11 II i
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Our Oil Prices are very reasonable reosonobicI I i Ii II tI
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SALE SALEOf
I Of Boys and Childrens Suits SuitsIs 4i1 4i1Is MH JrY i iIs
I Is now on at atrIbO The SIcgel Clot Clotblul ClotblulStOlo CIotIiiiiStore him himStore
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A choice lot of 800 9340 4O Stoo Stooand sOIIUlIlI g
and alidJO UO Suits SultsOtitto SilItscnttooiarollLqlllekti cut to elwout quick t tllk tllkt < > 1
U 1 265 265Another 265Another
1 Another big I lot of 5180 h80 S500 Soovitliias 00 00Itllles ii iivalues
values reduced to toi toAll
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the latest styles See our Windows IUdOW8I llldOl1ir llldOl1iSIE6EL
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and nd 500 acres of land In good order a alear u uclur asclear
lear profit with whatever stock and andirovlslons andprovltlon andprovisions
provisions he had accumulated during duringhe durinthe duringthe
the year er Since then he has II bought boughtmare bouhtIItore boughtmore
mare land paying spot cash for all he hebought hebOUilat hebought
bought until he oWn now 110 acres acresfrom aertltrom acresfrom
from which h be market 4M bales bal of ofcotton ofcollon ofcotton
cotton annually nauall He also owns ow a coun country country country ¬
try start which pays pa him Well and anda
a comfortable residence His flu profits profitstest proftIat profltalast
test year were over 17000 17000Farming fl flParmlll 17000Farming
Farming pays pa when Industry and nd In Intelligence InelUnc Intillgenee ¬
telligence ore enlIsted elllllt In the business businessTliers buneTbtn businessllime
Tliers art ai e not many men in 0e South > uth Ca Carolina Caroltn Carolina ¬
rolina and lId Georgia who clear 17000 000 at atother atotber atother
other businesses btUlft There Th are not many manyyoung mn mn1oUb manyyoung
young men who will clear J7000 or oreven orIft oreven
even Ift 12960 a year In I any an kind of shad shsdtd ablded shadeti
td employment for t r many man years 11I to rome romePowell comePowell omePowell
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having ItOOO 000 to farm with But he hegot h hlOt hegut
got the KOOO by b economising saving savingfor
for twelve long years eall It was only onlyJ16C onlya
J16C a year that he b land or lees I than IhanSit
Sit 14 a month or less Ie than ICO a week weekbut weekbut weekbut
but it told in the end He II has no nospecial nopeelal nospecial
special advantage of course Doubt Doubtless DoubtI Doubtless ¬
less I hn had many mn disadvantages In Incidental Incldental incidentai ¬
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he wa Industrious capable and care careful caretul careful ¬
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South Carolina full of o unemployed unemployedacres
acres of the tame kind of land lan that be beworked beorkd heworked
worked on Farming such land ha paid paidPowell paidPowell paidPowell
Powell well oll It will 11I pay p any white whiteman whllman whiteman
man In South Carolina who will work workand workand workand
and mana menace after tt hl his excellent example exampleCharleston exmpleCllarlnton exampleCharleston
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A meeting of the th Young Mens and andYoun IndYoung andYoung
Youn Young Ladles Ladl Mutual Improvement As Assoclatloni A AIIOllation Associations
soclatloni of the Granite Stake of Zion Zlonwill ZionwlU ZionwiU
will convent at the th South Cot Cottonwood Cottonwoodward ton wood woodward
ward meeting house ho on Sunday evening eveningMay eveningMay nlne nlneIr
May > Ir 20th at t T oclock oclockAll ocloollAU oclockAll
All M I officers and nd as 11 many man mem members tuemberg ¬
berg 11 as can possibly be there are re requested 11qUelte yequested ¬
quested to be present The nt general generalpublic snaralttbUe generalptibflc
public 1 is Invited Invitedit
it lo expected that Apostle Heber J JGrant JGraDt JGrant
Grant member of the tb general board boardwill boardwill hosedwill
will be In attendance at thl meeting meetingAccommodations m meetingAooommodatiois tln tlnAooomHWdatloDl
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The annual review reVl of tilt Primary PrimaryAssociation PrimalAu PrimaryAssociation
Association Au of the th Twentyfirst ward wardwhich wanlwblch wardwhich
which was to be held Sunday next May Maytttb 1oIr10th May20th
tttb hat been postponed till Sunday Sundayevening IundarvDI Sundayevening
evening May Ia mho Mary 11 S Davit Davitpresident DavfpreeIcIlIt Davispresident
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A conference of the Granite Stake of ofZlofl ofZlOII ofZion
Zion will be held tat tile South Cotton Cottonwood CottoDwoocl Cottonwood
wood ward meeting house Jlou on Saturday Saturdayand Sat
and 114 Sunday May 1Mb and Mth 100 100convening 1100colIYlftllCt 1500convening
convening at 10 oclock o lock a m and 2 1oclock 2oelOCllr 2oclock
oclock p m of each It II day dayNo II IINo dayNo
No afternoon meeting meeU will be held In Intbt Intll Inthe
the tll wart of said Stake tk on Sunday Sundaynext 8UDC1next Sundaynext
next but the th Sunday schools will hold holdtheir holdtheir holdtheir
their sessions Ionl as usual una I except cept In South SouthCotton IouthCotton1lClod SouthCottonwood
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whore there tM will be ample mp accommoda accommodation ¬
tics for all allTransportation allT1aIportlUO allTransportation
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those who may mI use the tll street care In at attending attndl attending ¬
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officer II requested requestedPAAXK recallt
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