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1 Contract Let By the Board of Edu
4 I cation
Thirteen Teachers For the High
School Employed Chief Devine
Notifies the Board It Must Put I
f Fire EscapesEleven Applications
For theJPosition of Superintendent i
of Schools Miscellaneous Business I
The most important matter disposed of
at the meeting of the board of education i I I
last evening was the letting of 3 contract I
r to the Salt Lake Building and Manufac I II
I turing company for the erection of a two
story eightroom school building at the I I
corner of Eighth West and Sixth South
streets for the sum ot 415536
The Tribune Job Printing company and
1 other bidders for furnishing school sup
plies for the ciming year presented a pro
test to the board against the action taken
by the committee on school supplies in
regard t the bids In the protest it fs
stated that It was required by the board I
that all bids should be in before noon itm
Tuesday June 2 and that the bids must
be strictly in accordance with the sample
furnished by the board The protestants
then go on to state that they believe
that the committeedid not follow those
requirement but allowed a bid to come
in the next day after the time set and
after the other bids had been opened and
re further allowed the parties making said
bid to submit their own samples which in I
l every case wero different from thoso re
l Quired by the board I
The belated bid was made by the Moser
Burgess Paper company of Chicago and
was excepting in a few items accepted
by the committee The petition further
says that the committee held that some
of the samples submitted by the Moser
Burgess Paper company were superior to I
some of the samples furnished by the
board however that may be and whether I
the committee was competent to judgo or
not the petitioners do not profess to
know but they do allege that in one I
large item especially tho 600000 sheets of
mania paper the sample was inferior
The petitioners claim that in tho action
of the board in accepting the MoserBur
gess Paper companys hid was unfair
and unjust to the other bidders and the
petitioners protest against the allowing
of the bid in question and ask that the
lowest bids at the time of opening the I
bids called for in the proposal be ac
Considerable discussion was had on the
point and it appeared that the Moser
Burgess bid eame In after the other bids
were opened that i was much lower than
the others and to them the committee
recommended that the contract be
Giauque moved that all bids be rejected
and that new bids be solicited It was
stated that if time 21 days was taken
t readvertlse for bids the supplies could
not be here in time for the opening of
Jhe schools
Giauques motion was lost by a vote of
five to two Newman and Giauque voting
in favor of the motion
The committees report was then
adopted Newman and Giauque voting no
and Nelden although he signed the con
testees report was excused from voting
I The following named persons were en
I gaged as teachers for the High school for
I the year beginning July 1 at the salaries
named Marjorie Paine ISO Elsie A
Faust 6 Emily Colderwood 6 Estella
Tooker J55 Mary E Hal J45 Mantle A
Keller 60 Mary Connelly 40 May
Thayne S40 Ray Rigg 40 Lenora Sam
son 10 Estella Taylor 40 Myra Sowles
40 and Inez Peak 40
Applications < positions as teachers
were recelved as follower
Georgia McMannas Colorado Springs
Colo L W Kicnards Minneapolis Minn
Bennet M Allen Greencastle Ind L B
Stevens Hamilton N Y Elizabeth E
Troeger Walla AValla Wash Mrs AV B
Francis Freeport Ills Evaline L Cutler
Whitewater Wis Mary Ellen Mortenson
Falrbault Minn Isora L Carver Oska
loosa Ia W H Bullock Pleasant Grove
Utah Maurice C Boyd Woodbury Conn
R A McClelland Fayette Is Adolph
Bernhard Stonecreek 0 Anna G Cul
bertson comb Ills L R Warren
Pamplin Va Walter J Kenyon Stanford I
university Cal
Applicants for the superintendency were
received as follows
H M Barrett Denver Cob S A
Farnsworth St a tl Minn R oi Hamil
ton Huntington Jnd C G White Lake
Linden Mich J C Houser Danville
Pa John A Hancock Chicago Ills J
K Light 11 Gretna Pa E E Smith
Atlanta Ga Tllmon Jenkins Worcester
Mass William I S Snyder Johnstown N
Y W W Clendenin Baton Rouge L
The treasurers report for the month
of June was presented and showed
Cash on hand June 1 J3G029 3
Tuition fees received 80
Rent 7 S
Fines on books 175 78
36220 62
Paid clerks warrants 2S720 4
Balance on hand June 2 749117
Bids for the erection of a twostory
elirlitroom school building at the corner
of Eighth west and Sixth South streets I
were received as follows
Salt Lake Building Manu
facturing company 15536
Asppr I Noah Co 16546
C J Brain 151 62
P Commercial Mill Building Co 16142
On motion of Wilson the bid of the Salt I
Lake Building Manufacturing company
was accciitea the same being the low
cut 515530 and the contract ordered I
drawn up 1
Fire Chief Devine sent in the following
As no action has been taken on my com
munication of Jan 25 last referring to
the erection of fire escapes and staifu
pipes on the school buildings of this city
I am compelled to notify you that unless
action is taken at your next board meet
ing favorably to the compliance with
the requirements of the law on this mat
ter the necessar steps will be taken to
have lilt law enforced
Referred to the committee on buildings
and croumls
The action of the committee on build
ing and grounds in renting the Thir
teenth ward school house 101 ilu jnunuis
of June July and August at a rental of
I 518 a month for use by the colored people
or church purposes was approved
S Superintendent t Mlllspaugh was given
two and a half weeks leave of absence
to atijerd tne meeting or the National
Educational association at Washington
It was ordered on the recommendation
ot the comnJiiee on teacher and school
work that a cOP of each of the books
used in the public schools be donated to
me free library and also that a copy of j i
Ue encyclooeJlc dictionary in four vol I I
umes be purchased at a cost of 10 for I
use in the schools
1se petition was received from Heber J
Grant and others asking that J T Har
wood be appointed supervisor of drawing
in the city schools
Pay rolls amounting to 5275007 and
sundry bllls amountainjr to llSC < r were
I approved I
alioard adjourned until Thursday evening I
A Child Enjoys
the pleasant flavor gentle action and
I soothing effect of Syrup of Figs when
If in need of a laxative and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious the
l most gratifying results follow its use
I so that it Is the best family remedy
known and every family Ehould have
a bottle Manufactured by the Califor
1 nia Fig Syrup Co
0 < S > O
Use Hewlett iros Three Crown
Baking Powder Triple Favoring Ex
tracts and pure ground spices For
gale by all grocers
g 0
Vienna has a bicycling female mon
key at the zoological gardens in the
Prater I is a trick rider and has
learned everything by watching men I
I ttts Rcycl la tim tiitjhcsi rjrdc 6c < ing pcwdcr I
Iil nowc Actaol trw show it Does one
third farther than any other brand I
11 II I
l Ii
i 1
Absolutely Pure
CoYL 1AeNQ POWDIR CO raw vaie
i Tllh1EAiuikG T ILL
The Trouble Grows Out of the Acci
dental Shooting of a Daughter of
3ilr WInberg By Idrs Grow About
a Year Ago
A w Winberg jr was arrested yes
terday morning on a warrant sworn
out by h E H Grow charging him with
threatening to kill Mary L Grow The
offense is allegedto have been commit I
ted Monday and the complaint states
that it is feared defendant will carry
Into executfon the threat he has made I
Mr Winberg had no difficulty in fur
njshing 500 bonds and will have a
hearing this afternoon at 2 oclock
The trouble appears to have grown
out of the accidental shooting of a I
daughter of Mr Winberg by Mrs Grow
details of which were given in The
Herald at the lime about a year ago I
The wound eventually proved fatal
The fact that Mrs Grow brings the
charge of a threat to kill suggests that
Mr Winberg holds a bitter feeling
against her and does nob regard the I
shooting of his daughter a altogether
accidental The defendant declined to
talk about the matter yesterday any
further than expressing complete con I
fidence that the charge would not be
proven I
I CeremonyTo Take Place On Sunday
July 24 In Celebration of the
Fiftyfirst Anniversary Of Its Oc
cupancy y By Pioneers
In celebration of the fiftyfirst anni
versary of the settlement of the valley
of the Great Salt Lake by the Utah pio
neers and of the earliest occupancy of
the historic oli fort groundS Pioneer
square or rather Pioneer park as it
will hereaftf r be known will he formal
ly dedicated and opened to the public
on Sunday the 24th inst This action
was made possible by the city council
last evening in the enactment of an or
dinance reserving and setting apart
forever Pioneer square as and for a
public park to be known as Pioneer
park The time for the formal opening
was in blank but on Councilman Rob
ertsons motion the very appropriate
date of July 24th Pioneer Day was
fixed The vote on the passage of the
ordinance was unanimous The old
square has twic2 been ceded for depot
purposes conditional upon the con
struction of a railroad to Deep Creek
but each time the projectors failed in
their undertaking and the square re
verted to the Now that the
city reser
vation of the square for a public park
is guaranteed the residents of the
southwestern part of the city have rea
son to rejoice but the grounds will
have to be very much improved before
Pioneer park will be a park worthy of
the name
The recent decision of the supreme
court affirming the legality of the ordi
nance enacted by the Ogden city coun
cil moved Callister to introduce a bill
for an ordinance requiring telephone
companies to pay an annual license tax
of 55 for each instrument in use to be
ascertained from verified lists of sub
scribers to be furnished quarterly to
the city treasurer The bill provides
that the maximum rates for rent of I
telephones shall not exceed the rates
now charged Action on the proposed
ordinance was deferred for one week
The proposed license tax will yield the
city a revenue of nearly 3500 per year
Complaint was made by Fernstrom
Cal ister Barnes Robertson Buckle
Wallace and Siddoway of the unsatis
factory manner in which the street
sprinkling is being done especially by
contractor Griffin Finally a motion
offered by Fernstrom was adopted re
quiring that the contractors be notified
to render better service under pain of
I leaving thEir claims disallowed
I A resolution by Fernstrom for the
sprinkling of additional streets in the
Third precinct prompted Callister to
move that all petitions and resolutions
for extra street sprinkling be referred
I to the committee on sprinkling with
power to act Tao motion was adopted
I The mayor submitted tho appoint
ments of Byron Crosby and J A Eard
I 1 v to < ler 1 Firnnpn James T Mc I
r Guire and Robert Vint resigned and
I wimanii cahoon to succeed himself
I in the fire department The appoint I
I ments were referred to the committee
on fire and police
Jacob Bender by his attorney Will
I lam R Hall presftPd a claim in the
I sum of 10000 as 8 ipcnsation for injuries
juries alleged to hac been received on
I June 1 L y reason of an obstruction in
the road causing his team to run away I
I Referred to the committee on claims
I Clerk Diehl reported that during June
248 cases had been disposed of in the
police court yielding an aggregate of
1307 in fines and forfeitures
On recommendation of the water
works committee the petition of J T
Strong for the extension of a s rice
pipe to Strongs court was denied for
the reason that the avenue in question
is not of therequired width being less
than four rods wide
The business In hand being quickly
disposed of the council adjourned early
for a week
Catarrh Cured A clear head and
sweet breath secured with Shilohs Ca
tarrh Remedy Druggists sell six bottles
for S3 and guarantee a cure Sold by
NeldenJudson and other druggists I
Iowa Pioneer Dead
Davenport Ia July 5lr D N
Richardson editor of the Democrat
diedat Groton Vt last night He had
been out of health for several years
Mr Richardson was one of the old set
tlers of Davenport and was well
known throughout the west He was
an ardent Democrat and hau v ° o con
spicuous In state politics
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Engineer Recruits Come Down
From ute
ij j
Partial List of the Men Accepted For I
Service Naval Cadet Robert Mor
ris Ordered to Go to San Francisco I
and Report For Duty to the Phila
1or PhiaI
de phia Adjutant General Burton
Orders an Inventory of National I
Guard Property i
iI I
Recruiting officer Mills of the bat I
talion of engineers now has a office j
at the post where he is quartered in j
the old courtmartial room He will I
make that his headquarters after this
during his stay In the city which will
be until Saturday at least when the
men will be mustered in I
The recruits from Butte mentioned
in The Herald Sunday came down yes
terday and the most of them are quar
tered at the post where they arc be
ing supplied with rations and quarters
The men will all be mustered into the
service this coming Saturday I
Recruiting Officer Mills has been
quietly looking around for material for I
the local company here during yester
day and Ray Pratt a draughtsman
at the Oregon Short Line was ap I
proached with a view to getting him
to enlist I is felt that more educated
material should be incorporated in the
organization and an extra effort is be
ing made to secure it
Several recruits from the south came
up yesterday The men have been
notified by the recruiting officers to
appear Thursday and that they will
then be mustered in seems quite likely
A great many came up from Richfield
and the towns adjoining A passenger
on the train which brought the men
to this city says the parting scenes
were quite affecting
Recruiting Officer Jennings said yes
terday he had all the recruits he
wanted for the present and as a result
no enlistments were made
The following is a partial list of the
men enlisted Recruiting officer Mur
phy carried his list away with him last
I night and the same could not be ob
Sal Lake Cyrus W Hawley Her
bert J Cushing John J Williams
Eadie J Graeber Charles E Smith S
Seth Stone Joseph Anderson Cecil A
Crockwell Bertel C Rasmussen Ray
T Savage Leo Leon Thomas Gilmore
Albert Hubert John Ahern Fred H
Collins Thomas Aspden Henry L
I Harris Lewis Gilbert Louis Wolz Al
fred Wigren Ray A Young Albert C
Allen Axel Ongman
Mercur Patrick R Sullivan Adam
Gasser Frank R Daniels Joseph Z
Dye Charles Bracken Edgar J Bon
stal < Henry Osterholt Robert W Rod
gers George C Young John B Doyle
Albert E Parsons
Stockton George A Wilson
Park City William Crawford
Payson W D Hayman
Chester Andrew Nelson Theodore
C Candland
Fountain Green James F Robert
son W D Mathis Chris Lund Wil
liam Olson
Gunnison Christian Jensen James
K Butters Louis D Christensen
George Nay Paules Peterson
Salina John F Beebe John Kirby
Charles White John Naismith
Elsinore Carl Madsen
Orangeville Joseph N Robertson
Richfield John Henry Callahan
Joshua Gardiner Peter Hanson B F
Carter Joseph Hanson Albert Miller
Monroe James S Manson
Milford Ephraim Isaacs Albert
Frisco Charles W Poole J H Chile
holme M H McLeod N N Olson C
T Martin
Beaver Joseph L Kuss A W
Smith John Mathews Alex Frazer W
Cartright Robert J Finley
Annabelle Two names not given
Another Utah boy Is to go to the
Naval Cadet Robert Morris son of I
exCounty Commissioner J R Morris
who came from Annapolis some time
ago to spend his vacation with his par
ents yesterday received the welcome
order from the naval department at
Washington to proceed to San Fran
cisco and report for duty to the
cruiser Philadelphia at Mare Island
which is to convoy the next fleet of
transports to Manila
Cadet Morris has passed his second
year at Annapolis and is one of the
most promising men at the academy
where he has made aTine record as
evidenced by this assignment
Mr Morris donned his uniform last I
evening for the first time during his
stay here and was around with his
father saying goodbye to his friends I
He leaves for San Francisco today I
Acting Adjutant General Burton of
the National Guard of Utah has or
dered an inventory of all property in
the army belonging to the government
I Is presumed this is for the purpose
of finding out just what supplies are
on hand with a view to the mustering
out of some of the companies D com
pany has been ordered by its com
manding officer to report on Tuesday
evening next for the purpose of turn
ing in its property No orders have as
yet been issued by the other company
Captain Greenewald of the signal
corps had his men engaged in work
with the gatllngs last evening The
men were ordered to take them some
time ago and have had them in charge
but owing to the fact that they have
no books of instruction the work of
learning to drill with the pieces has
I been difficult However it is believed
the men will become familiar with the
details and will soon be able to handle
them with facility
B company had a small attendance
at drill last evening and the boys seem
to lack interest In the work
Pure strong reasonable i price
is U S Baking Powder A 5ounce
can for 10 cents Why nottry itP
Wealthy Cotton Planter Killed and
More Trouble Is Feared
St Louis July 5A special to the
PostDispatch from Dallas Tex says
At a Fourth of July celebration at
Mansfield 20 miles southeast of Dallas
Joseph Ragland a wealthy cotton
planter was killed by T J Woodward
another planter with whom he had
been on unfriendly terms Sheriff
Clark arrested Woodward and placed
him in jail More trouble Is feared
between the friends of the two men
as sides have been taken as a result of
the quarrel I
For Constipation take Karls Clover
Root Tea the great Blood Purifier I
Cures Headache Nervousness Erup
tionson the face and makes the head
clear as a bell Sold by NeldenJudson
and other druggists
U S is a good strong and reliable
Baking Powder and is sold by all
grocers at 25c j pound
l I
John Hosp Found Not Guilty of A
sault and Battery on Mrs Eliza
beth Stoddard Charles HJ Rock
On Trial For Fornication New
Actions Fed
Judge Bartch yesterday handed down
3 dissenting opinion in the case of
Elias S Kimbali et a appellants vs
0 J Salisbury The opinion of the
court was handed down a few days
ago by Chief Justice Zane and Justice
Miner In which the lower court which
found the issufs for the defendant
was reversed the supreme court opin
ion holding that the pieces of land on
which the defendant levied upon judg
ment and execution were the home
stead of the plaintiff in this action and
not subject to execution
Justice Bartch dissents on the ground
mainly that the dwelling house of the
Kimballs was situated on an entirely
different parcel of land from either of I
those in dispute and that the home
place has been owned by different per I
sons for the last eight years and hay
ing been separated from the home place
by conveyance it was no longer a part
of the homestead because it is owned
by a different person and after part
ton and conveyance the disputed par
cel became susceptible of being select
ed by its new owner as a place for a
In regard to the second parcel of
land in dispute Judge Bartch holds
that Kimball having made no protest
until afterthe sale was made under the
execution and having made no sufficient
cient showing that the land was used
for family purposes there was noth
ing which could be construed as a no
tice that It had been selected as a
Numerous authorities are quoted
and Justice Bartch dissents from the
doctrine established by the majority
Suits Filed
I Sarah A Daft is suing Allan J Riley
and Sarah A Riley to recover 82149
I I on a promissory note
I i The same plaintiff is also suing
Charles W Nunn and Ann Nunn to re
I cover illS on a promissory note and
Cornelius Drlcoll and Mrs Driscoll to
I recover 523504 also on a promissory
i note
I noteMcGurrin McGurrin are the attor
I j neys fOI the plaintiff in all the actions
j Adolph Jessen yesterday entered suit
i against Jameo L Gates to recover 195
alleged to be due for services rendered
I j j by the plaintiff to the defendant as a
j I mining engineer
Charles D Hoover has begun suit
against Charles D Rookledge to re
I I cover the possession of a horse and
j i wagon or its value 150 and for 50
I damages The plaintiff alleges ha lent
1 the team to the defendant who failed
to return it
I The Utah Title Insurance and Trust
company trustees and executor of the
I will of the late Martin Correll has en
I tered suit against J Palmer et al
I to recover 3912ort a promissory note
i secured by a mortgage
Rasp Found Not Guilty
John Hosp was yesterday tried be
fore Judge Norrell on the charge of
assaulting and battering Mrs Eliza
beth Stoddard of Granite on Sept 17
I 1897 The defendant was tried before
Justice Tipton for assaulting Mrs
Stoddard by taking hold of her person I
I and using vile and suggestive language
j i I to her and fined 2 and costs I
I Hosp was also charged with beating I
and bruising Mrs Stoddard on the
same date and ort that count was also
found guilty by Justice Tipton and j I
fined 100
From the latter judgment he ap
pealed to the district court and the
hearing yesterday was on that appeal I
Assistant County Attorney Putnam
prosecuted and Mr Frank Hoffman de
fended the accused
I The jury returned a verdict of not
Federal Court Orders I
icier com I
111 I ter
pany plaintiff given till July 1 to
amend complaint
Martha A Rounds vs Tribune com I
pany demurrer argued and taken un
der advisement
Edward Lewis et al vs Central Utah I
Land t al masters
Land Irrigation company et ma
ters report filed
Travelers Insurance company vs
George 11 Scott set for July 8
Farmers Loan Trust company vs
Salt Lake tce Ogden Gas Electric I
Light and Union Light Power com
pany fees allowed as follows S H
Lewis master commissioner 1500
f > rirpr < 5 Loan < t Trust company trus I
tees attorneys fees and disbursements
1041 Attorneys fees Marshall Royle
Hempstead 1500 Turner McClure I
Roston 2500 Total 4000
to Valentine practice Gideon of Ogden admitted I
On Trial For Fornication
The trial of Charles H Rock on a
charge of fornication was begun before
Judge Norrell and a jury yesterday
afternoon The information charges
that the offense was committed on July
23 1S97 with Florence H Hollingworth
Assistant County Attorney Putnam
prosecuted and Messrs J H Moyle
and S P Armstrong defended Rock
The trial was proceeding when court
adjourned until this morning when it
will be resumed
The Great Battleship Oregon
The trip of the Oregon around Cape
Horn a distance of 13000 miles without
doing any particular damage to her
machinery is an achievement in which
we all take pride I is like the man
or woman who reaches the ripe old age
of 100 years Very few do i but a
great many could if proper care be
taken of the health At the first sign
of disorder in the stomach liver or
blood help should at once be secured
by taking Hostetters Stomach Bitters
The stomach is the starting point of
nearly every disease and the Bitters
correct the ailments of that Important
I organ With the digestive organs In a
healthy state the length of life Is in
I creased
I round A pure strong Baking
I Powder for 25c a pound Ask your
groc r for U S and refuse all sub
Highest Honors Worlds Fail
Oold Aicdni Midwinter Fair
Let Us Not Throw Doubt Upon Ou
National Good Faith and Honor
I Our Holy War
In the course of his oration at Lo
gan Governor Wells said
The thoughtful American citizen on
this eventful Fourth of July is not so
much concerned over the fact that we
ar at war with Spain as he is inter
ested in forecasting what we are go
ing to do after the war with the colo
nies we shall possess There will be
Cuba We have disavowed by a solemn
declaration of the peoples representa
tives any intention to exercise control
over that island except for its pacification
cation and when that is accomplished
we are to leave the government and
control of the island to its people Will
we do it Then there will be Porto
Rico Conditions there are very sim
ilar to these in Cubathe same bur
densome taxation without representa
tion the same dissolute thieving reve
nue collector the same illiterate de
generate priestridden despotism curses
Porto Rico that has cursed Cuba The
ony reason there is no revolution there
is because the people are too timid and
too weak to make an uprising success
ful In honor we are bound i we
take Cuba to take Porto Ricoif we
free Cuba to freo Porto Rico Will
we do I Then there are the Philip
pines Surely i Dewey could sink the
Spanish fleet before breakfast we
ought to be prepared to hold the Philippines
ippines at any cost But when the war
is over the same arguments which ap
peal to us in the case of Cuba and
Porto Rico to pacify the islands to
give them a stable governmenta gov
ernment of themselves appeals with
equal do it force to the Philippines Will we
Some of our leading newspapers have
suggested that we ought to annex the
Philippines for the purpose of erecting
them at once into states of the federal
Union In the halls of congress re
cently it has been stated that the
guiding principle of our country from
this time forth should he a policy of
ambition contentment of empire of prosperity and
And so I say these questions are mat
ters of deep concern at the present
time to the thoughtful American Are
we to enter upon a career of conquest
I and trample upon the hallowed tradi
tions of the past At such a time in
stinctively we turn to our fundamental
principles as the believer turns to his
Bible for comfort for solace and inspi
We hold these truths to be selfevi
I dent that all men are created equal
I that they are endowed by their crea
I tor with certain inalienable rights
I that among these are life liberty and
I the pursuit of happiness That to se
cure these rights governments are in
stituted among men deriving their just
powers from the consent of the gov
I erned that whenever any form of gov
ernment becomes destructive of these
ends It Is the right of the people to
alter or to abolish i and to institute
a new government laying its founda
tion on such principles and organizing
its powers in such form as to them
shall seem most likely to effect their
safety and happiness
Ah how the wcrds sink into the I
soul how like the blessed sun in I
heaven they gladden the heart and I
light the path of doubt and perplex i
In the face of that inspired declara I
tion promulgated by John Hancock I
and Roger Sherman and Thomas Jef
ferson and Benjamin Franklin and all
theuther patriots who gave us our in
dependence how weak and puerile
sound the selfish utterances of those I
who would advance our standard in
foreign lands for territorial acquisi I
tion alone
But let us seek further consolation
in the constitution of our country Let I
us read the preamble We the people
of the United States in order to form
a more perfect union establish justice I
insure domestic tranquility provide for
the common defense promote the gen I
eral welfare and secure the blessings of I
liberty to ourselves and our posterity
do ordain and establish this constitu
Is there any expression here which
designates the expansion of empire
and the formulation of a permanent I
colonial system as one of the purposes
of our government Dont you believe I
when in his farewell address George
Washington warned his countrymen
against entangling ahiances ho fore
faY with prophetic eye the day when
the United States would be threatened I
with the lust for power and ambition i
for wealth Was not Goldsmith right
when he wrote the immortal coupet
Ill fares the land to hastening ills a prey
When wealth accumulates and men de
But if we are not to permanently
keep the possessions this war will place
in our hands what are we to do with
them I is our privilege i is our
right to hold these possessions until all
the expenses of the war have been fully
paid Indemnity for our dnormous
I losses must be met by the conquered
nation Poor weak tottering bankrupt
I Spain cannot liquidate her own expen
ses to say nothing of indemnity to us
But there is a wide difference between
I indemnity and conquest for mere tem
poral gain It is the difference between
holding a mortgage and jumping a
claim Let us fulfill our solemn cov
enant Let us at least try and give
each of these colonies a stable govern
ment Let us seek to make them free
Let us not throw doubt upon our na
tional good faith and honor Let not
the suspicion attach to us that we be
gan this war with Spain to deprive her
of her provinces
I may be that in the lapse of time
the people pf these islands may come
to us as the republic of Hawaii has
come beseeching us to annex them
and make them a part of the United
States A decision may then be reached
in the proper way I such a thing
should happen and we should annex
them at least then there could be no
charge of bad faith on the part of the
United States as the people of the Is
lands would then be deriving their just
power from the consent of tha gov
I is one of the highest claims of this
government that we provide here an
asylum for the oppressed of all na
tions If therefore in the judgment I
of these people after the smoke of i
battle has cleared away they choose
to come under the starry flag for protection
tection and offer to become a part of
our government there can scarcely be
a good reason for refusing their petitions
tions and our nation ca extend to
them first territorial form of
frst a govern
ment teaching them the principle of
liberty and the duties of good citizen
ship until in time by precept example
and assimilation they may be found
worthy to be admitted into the glorious
sisterhood of states
VhlllamHCarllslc Dead I
New York July William K Car
lisle died today at the home of his
father John G Carlisle exsecretary
of the treasury Mr Carlisle has been
a resident of New York only about six
months He came to this city to as
sume the practice of his brother Lo
gan who died recently He had prac
courts ticed in Kentucky Kansas and Chicago
Mokl Tea positively cures Sick Head
ache indigestion and constipation A
delightful herb drink Removes all
eruptions of the skin producing a per
fect complexion or money refunded
25 cts and 50 cts For sale by Z C M
II Drug Dept
< 1 J
Like a Blister
Dreadful Eruptions on Her Skin
and Body
Great Suffering Relieved by Hoods
I My little daughter suffered terribly
with eruptions on the skin and body
which looked a though blistered I have
beeu giving her Hoods Sarsaparilla and
sho has taken several bottles and i now
almost entirely cured We were told she
would need a change of climate but
Hoods Sarsaparilla has made it unneces
sary J T FSETMAIT Ft Wingate NM
C I have been suffering with sores on my
face I was unable to sleep and had no
appetjte I began taking Hoods Sarsa
parilla and after I had used two bottles I
felt like n diGerent man The sores disappeared
appeared my appetite increased and lean
now sleep soundly HEY KEICHEBS
Georgetown New Mexico
Hoods SarsaparSSSa i
Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier I
Sold by all druggists 1 six for 5
rr j n are prompt efficient and
Hood S Fu IS e1 prompt efect cent
sluT lAKE 165 S AN6HE I
June 1 jiM
Tralne Leave Trains Arrive
Salt Lake Salt Lake
10JO am LOll p m
215 p m 115 p E2
415 p n 64 P m I
615 p D S13 p m I
715 p m 1045 p m I
Sundaya last train leaves Saltair 013
p m
The New Stocking
Outwears old shape
Doesnt deform the foot
Saves discomfort
Saves darning
Have you ever tried the new stock
ing Its the most sensible thing of
the century made for right and left
tho left cuff has 3 rib around the top
making it possible to distinguish It
from the right in the dark Games in
three styles cotton Waukcnhose
mottled black or tan
Lisle Thread Waukenhose tans cr
Wool Waukenhcse light or heavy
natural color or black per pair
Got other kinds of hose too Ask
to see our 15c hose black or tan
JL 4 W JnLJLltA JtwiJLa
Capital 5100000 Surplus 10000
W W Riter President
Moses Thatcher VicePresident
Kilas A Smith Cashier
James Sharp George Komney
John R Barnes John R Winder
John C Cutler D H Perry
David Eccles E R Eldredjra
A W Carlson W F James
Four per cent Interest paid on savings
deposits compounded setilannually
Accounts solicited from 1 upward
Money to loan on approved security at
lowest rate of Interest
U S HILLS President
MOES TtlATCHKK V lcer det
D ff NAIo Al BANK 1
Safety Deposit Eosea for Sent
Walker Brothers
Jsbblhed 1859
Successors to THE UNION NATION
AL BANK of Salt Lake City
A General Bankin Bnsinc3s Transa ted
W118 f FRO COS BfN
Established 1852
Transaci 3 General Banking Buvne
3 3 DOOLY Cashier
aJ1otillli BANK ERtPUBUC
Frank KnotPrestdent
George A Id3WCVicePresident
feM W Dune Caaaier
SURPLUS s 24200
klnA In all U branches transao d
xonangb drawn on the principal cities of
JBurwe laittTMt SAlcl a time depqst
I n
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f t I J t1 = J
tu 5 v i i
Trains arrive and depart at Salt Lak3
City daily as follows ARRIVE
In Effect May S 1SOS
From Chicago Omaha St Louis
Kansas City Denver Park
City and Ogden 310 pm
From Helena Butte Portland
I pan Francisco Ogaen lortland
points 9Caani
From San Francisco Cache Val 9Gam
Jsy Ogden and intermediate
points M v 713 pjn
From Chicago Omaha St Louis
Kansas City Denver and OS
den SJflaon
From Frisco Mllford Sanpete a
Provo Eureka Mammoth Sti
I ver ntsC and Intermediate
points 620pm
Mixed train from Terminus
Tooele and Garfield DEPART Beach 40 pm
ior Chicago Omaha Denver
Kansas City St Louis Ogden
and Park City 700 am
For San Francisco Ogden
Cache valley and Intermediate
310 ma
For Ogden Denver Kansas City am
Omaha St Louis Chicago and
I intermediate points 625 pra
G2 pI
For Oren But Helena Port
land Mid San Fraricluco 845
I tld Frncleo 84 pm
For lUercur Eureka Silver City
Povo Nephi Saapote Mil
Sanpte Mi
I fOd FriscJ and intermediate
points 730am
MjXiKl train for Garfield Beach 73 ar
Too > Io and Terminus rioara
Sunday Trains south of Tuab run dally except
Daily except Sunday
Hall No 20 < 1 West Second South streou
Telephone Xo 20
Railroad and Steamship Tickets on sale
to all parts of the world s
Pullman Palace Car ticket office
Gen Trf Mgr Con pInnUEY Tltt Agt
Ylco Pres 5 Gen Mgr
I SALTtAIt G Current
I p Time Table
Kn 2For Provo Grand Junc
tion and all points ar S45 am
No 4For Jcovo Grand Junc
tion and all points east 740 pm
No 6For Hin hcin Liclil Provo
Mr Pleasant ManU Belknap
and intermediate points 80 am
I I Ns For Eureka Prison
Provo and intei mediate points 3r0 pr
Xo 3For Oqitii and West 919 pm
Xa IFor Ogden ml WestI23O pr
Ko 42rv i Pntv n t v vOii am
Xo 1 From Bingham Provo
ranci Junction and the East 1220 pr
I Xo 3 From Provo Grand
Junction and Cast 905 pI
No 5 From Provo Blngham
Eureka B Iknup Manti and
Intermediate points 525 pm
Xo 2 From Ogden and the
West 333 am
Xo 4 From Ogden and the aI
West 730 pm
I Xo T From Eureka Paysou pm
Provo and intermediate polntsiOrfiO m
110 41 From Park City 5SOpnu
I Ticket olce 103 V 2rd South Post
I cClce corner
I ffHE
i i I LJlk z J PEOPLr 1 I
II M Q i I l 1RTE
S p1crcli
I The Overland Limited for
Chicago St Paul St Louis
I Omaha Kansas Uty Denver 7r nm
The Fast Mal for Chicago
I St Louis Omaha Kansas City
and Denver 625 pm
The Overland Limited from
Chicago St Louis Omaha
I Kansas City Denver 310 pm
Tho Fast Mail from Chicago
St Paul St Louis Omaha
Kansas City and Denver 330 am
City Ticket Ofiici ir Main Street
Telephone No 6
H M CLAY Gen A ent
II I u 0 < J
Between Salt i akc Oiy U > lea and Lead
yule OnpjKd Creek Ju v > iuJ > yr ag3
I Denver and all points east Only lias
URu3 sleepers 01 otC morning and
evening trains Ths line in connection
with ma RIo Grande Wc ttr raachca
I l > nve earner tn ia any other Una vj 3
Colorado sjprnsa > o uuanjje or CATS or
I delayed trains iaU too Colorado Mid
land and save turn nn enjoy the flacs
rloe anrt Brandos scenery In Colorado
For lull Tf rniaiii > n call oa any a G
V Ky asrenc oc
Q f A Gen Asaat
i Cole < taU Lake f
L aiO time tabie m viecc May 2y It yS
I Lee Arrive Leave Arrive
Salt Lake Fanning 1 arming Salt Lake
ton ii La ton La
goon goon
700 a n 74 > a in lM a m 830 a nt
o a m 940 am 1000 a m 1040 a m
1100 a m 1140 a ai 1200 a m 1240 a m
109 p m 110 p m 200 p m 240 p m
I 3CO p m SSO j > m 400 p m 441 p m
I 50 p ra 5 0 p m 6W p m 6 40 p m
60 p m 64 p m 731 p m S10 p m
I 715 p m 7 Si p m lCO p m 1040 p m
I Round trip tu Lagoon and return in
I eluding admission 2 cents
Dancing parties every Tnecday and Sat
I urdaY night No extra charge
Round trip to Becks Including BATH
Pass Aht Gen Mnsr
Burlingt 1
when the ticket agent asks you what
railroad east of Denver you want
your ticket to read over
The Burlington i the shortest line i
from Denver to Omaha Chicago St
Louis and everywhere east of those
It is the only line out of Denver
running two fast trains daily t
Omaha and Chicago They leave at
930 a m and 950 p m
Tickets at offices of connecting
lines I
L A ETON Ticket Agent B G
W By Dooly Block
IE I1 JIESLI2T Traveling Pass and
Freight Agent
W F liMHJAJT Gen Agt
214 S W Temple StJ Salt Lake City
Hotel Knutsford
Now ad elegant hi all tu appoint
nanta SO rooms Hindis I o aaut 75
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