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4 SALT LAKE ELAJ HERALD HE tAI > SATURDAY MARCH 16 1901 991
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ThE X THE i HERALD COMPANY COMPANYIN COMPANYIN COMPANIN >
IN BEHALF OF UTAH UTAHfF UT Af
fF 1 F THE DISCUSSION of the t e Evans bill had served no other purpose it itJ ItI
J 1 would have boon worth While vhile for the growing unanimity of opinion it itde itdeveloped de developed dcvelop ¬
veloped velop d among people who formerly supposed It Impossible that they theyuhould theyashould theysliou1d
uhould ever reach the same conclusion co cluslon on any subject Involving the antagon antagonl antagon1sns antagonIsns
l 1sns sns that disturbed Utah fpr pr HO man y years But the publlc pu pubI1oeutlment Ucse > sentiment 1Ument on onthis onthis onthis
this question pvoved that much of theold the old bitterness has passed away that thatMormons thatMormnt1s thatMorniims
Mormons and nonMormons alike flke arc anxious to bury the past and begin begina
a new era In which all 11 shall cooparatc cooper ate for the general good goodIt goodIt goodIt
It 18 not in human nature to forget wrongs or abandon ajj ndon prejudices In a aday aday aday
day butit but it is I possible po 1blc to turn fro rroi ro i tha t h past and look 1ook to thefuture the the future with withhope withhopo withItopo
hope and a determination to do all that th at t can be done for the establishment establishmentof
of a better understanding Such Su h a pos slbility has been demonstrated dem nslrated by the theattitude thentUtude theattitude
attitude of of111 all classes cll 1 es towards the Evan measure measureGovernor rneeaureGovornor msureGovorno
Governor r Wells o11s was exactly right wher he said the friends and foes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bill were ar alike sincere In their motives mo fives and he was wn right also when he hedeclared hedeclarc hedclare
declared the bill will afford only a delusive de luslve hope of benefit to those whom whomIt whom whomIt
It WaF v fi designed to protect Both sides side s have seen the waves of bitterness bitternessrise bitternessrlsen1d bitternessrise
rise rlsen1d and subside each succeeding 8ucCedlng wave Va e receding further until this last one oneburely onebureb onebirely
burely disturbed the serenity seren of the people peopleObserving peopleOw9rvlng peopleObervlng
Observing those new conditions it should be easy for the conservative conservativeprogressive consenaliveprogrely conservativerrogreIye
progressive element OleIDe t fat or the state which Is in the preponderance to t get to together togetber togotlicr ¬
gether on rtvery VclY movement that prom tees a common < benefit No other state stateoffers stateorrors stateoffers
offers a la laoger er reward for onergy thrift and good citizenship generally The Theopportunities Theo TheOpportunft1p
opportunities o for investment are boundless The attractions for those who whoseek whoseek whoseek
seek natural beauty healthful homes and pleasant companionship can find findno findno I Ino
no more charming surroundings than Utah affords affordsIf
If half of the th oratory ol1ltory and ink were devoted to setting forth these facts factsthat factsthat factsthat
that have heretofore gone toward the cultivation of strife the he state state would wouldhare wouldhave wouldhave
have a l population of half a million In less than live years Just as a matter matteror
or business thereiore to say nothing of 0 f the increased pleasure ploa ure of Hying The TheHerald TheHerald TheHerald
Herald would ould like to see ee a systematic stemaUc organized movement to this end The Thenew Thenew Thenew
new bureau of statistics ought to afford d the data to work on Witn Vih this as a a afoundation afoundation afoundation
foundation a a Commercial club v vjuId Aild fl nd a large field to 0 work In for the ad advancement adoJ advancement ¬
oJ oJvancement i
vancement or the state and city and such an organization would afford affordthe affordthe affordthe
the opportunity for acquaintance and mutual understanding which would do domore domore domore
more than anything else e toward the removal of misunderstanding and the theestablishment theestabU8hmentot th thestablishment
establishment of permanent peace peaceSALOONS peaceSALOONS
o ala alaSALOONS
f frrWO
SALOONS AND MINORS MINORSrpWO MINORrpwo
rpWO BOYS APPEARED Sn n police court Thursday as a resultof result of intoxica intoxicaI intoxication
rrWO 1 I tlon Both were minors They declared theyhad bought liquor qUQr at sew several seweral ¬
eral saloons aJoonalnsteod Instead of getting the names of these saloons revoking revokingtheir revokingtheotr revokingther
their licenses and n4 prosecuting them to the limit the police poU e under Chief Hil Hiltons Rhtona ¬ I ItOI1s
tons instructions very kindly notified all the saloonkeepers > that t at another anothercase anobherCIUIC anothercaae
case of the kind would result In prosecution prosecutionIf
If a saloonkeeper assaulted as auIted a boy bo and maimed him for life would the po police police P0lice ¬
lice let him off with a warning not to do it again Possibly PosfJiblynot not unless the thegin thegin thegin
gin vendor had an unusually strong pull but In this case two boys bo s suf suffered suffered suffered ¬
fered more titan if they the had been beaten be ten and crippled Physical injuries could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be healed but the scars of such shame as they the were subjected to will last lastfor lastfor lastfor
for all time No punishment can be too severe for the man who wilfully wilfullyviolates wiIfulljIoltes wilfullyviolates
violates the law and destroys aestro s the character of f boys 1 > os for the sake of a few fewdollars fewdollars fewdo1lar
dollars profit If the police will not punish such offenders some other otherauthority otherauthority otherauthority
authority should take up the case and pursue these cases until the guilty guiltyscoundrels guiltyscoundrels guiltyscoundrel3
scoundrels are taught to fetu t the law they do not respect If Mayor Thomp Thompson Thompson ¬
son la sincere in n his hl reform movement t here is a great opportunity opportunityTHE opportunitTHE opportunityTHE
THE FLITTING OF FITCH FITCHSILENCE FITCHSrLE FITCHrILENCm
rILENCm CE LORN AND A D GRIEFSTRICKEN hangs about the mountain mountainpeaks mountainpe mountainpeaka
SILENCE SrLE peaks pe k of Utah and sags sententiously into the valleys valIe s Great gobs of ofgloom ofgloom ofgloom
gloom clog the atmosphere and hide the face of the sun The voices yo ices of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the birds die In their throats and the whilom bursting crocuses have taken takenon
on a pinched plncherand and withered look Nature shrinks from the embrace of spring springand springand springand
and man shivers in his hi winter overcoat Thomas Fitch has again departed departedand departedand departedand
and his hI silver tongue ongue has gone with him himLast himLast himLast
Last April when wild flowers smiled upon the hillsides Mr Fitch came cameamong cameamong cameamong
among among us u for the second time The ground was wa scarcely warm under his feet feetbefore feetbefore feetbefore
before he had unpacked his silver tongue and started it flashing its scintlllant scintlllantbeams sclntlllantbMm scinthllantbeame
beams on the atmosphere atm08ph re The air grew heavy with the perfume of his ora oratory oratory oratory ¬
tory Tourists who visited Utah ceased to be asked if they had heard the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great organ The universal query was v as Have you heard Filch During the thefall thefaU thefall
fall campaign his oratory was in such demand that babies cried for it Then ThenMr ThenMr ThenMr
Mr Fitch became a senatorial candidate or there was a rumor rumorio to that ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect though nothing In the legislative lgls otive vote ote ever gave any corroboration to it itAnd itAnd itAnd
And now no Mr Fitch has gone to California to back up and get a new start startThis startThis startThis
This is a sad loss to Utah but it was an eminently proper step on Mr MrFitchs 111Fitchs MrFitcha
Fitchs part Tradition ha ha3 it that somewhere back in the middle of the last lastcentury lastcentuIJ lastcentury
century California was his hi original starting point There rherehe he first launched launchedthe launchedthe launcledthe
the flyingmachine of his politlctl ambitions The atmospheric conditions conditionswere conditi conditionswere ns nswere
were not right and he tried other locations Utah Nevada Arizona New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York were all given a test est but there was something som thing wrong with the ozone ozonein ozoneIn ozoneIn
in each place Again Utah has been placed in the Fitch Fhch balance and again againit
it has been found wanting Now he has gone back to California and is isundoubtedly isundoubtedly Isundoubtedly
undoubtedly mapping out a new route routeJust routeJu routeJuet
Just Ju t what series ede of states Mr Fitch has decided on n as points of vantage vantagefrom vantagefrom vantagefrom
from which to spring hs hI senatorial boom cannot now be known but under underordinary underordinary underordinary
ordinary conditions he ought to bring up 1n 1nUtnh Utah again within a decade at atthe atthe atthe
the outside This and this alone prevents > the gloom which has settled upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the state from thickening into the blackness of despair despairTHE despairTHE despairTHE
THE SENATORS SMILE
rrHOSE HOSE WHO HOLD OFFICES connected with the federal f al courts in this thisstutfe thisstab thisI
THoSE I stab will b be interested in the announcement nn that the administration administrationwill
will 11 permit new senators to exercise their prerogative of lopping off any anyand anyand anyand
and all 11 hofule h0 d8 they s see e fit among the district attorneys and United States Statesmarshals StutesnrshnJs Statesnmrshals
marshals To these officials In Utahthis Utah this means that only onl the smile of Thom Thomas ¬
as Koarns stands between them and the cold unfeeling world So long as asthe ashe asthe
the he smile continues they the nray nrR bask in its warm wannsIw glow and continue to cash cashtheir cash1II1eir cashthek
their pay checks Should the smile take Its flitting they must follow followConsequently followCon followConsequently
Consequently Con equently It behooves these gentlemen gen t1emen to feed and nurture that smile smilefor smilefor smilefor
for all they the are worth They may mo say S Pat and Orange 1f they like but butthere butthere butthere
there must b be nothing not tns but Mister Kenrns or The Senator when the man manbehind manbehind manbehind
behind the wnlle Is referred to There must be e no more jokes about Alaska Alaskaor
or the FIHpony Those went In the old days when the machine was wasdoing wasdoinghusf doing doingbusfhoee doingbusFhoe
busfhoee husf 6 butUhey but they will not be in good form any longer The belt between betweenthe betweeIJthe betweenthe
the machine and the federal powerhouse has been parted The old wheels wheelsmay wheelsmy wheelsmay
may groan and squeak but no jobs drop from the hopper All 1n that sup support supportll supports ¬
port the good men in the judiciary department is a smile on the face of ofSenator ofSenatOl ofSnator
Senator Tom While it remains they are safe but when Its corners sag away awaythey awaythey awaythey
they go down the cruel toboggan slide that leads to the cobble stones stonesSHOULD stonosSHOULD stoness stonesSHOULD
s
SHOULD PREPARE FOR VISITORS VISITORSPARTY VISITORSA
A PARTY PARTYOF OF THE MOST PROMINENT MEN of Chicago members of the theCommercial theCommercial
A 1 Commercial club Is now In California on an excursion The visitors visitorsaxe
axe being entertained royally No expense Is spared no trouble is too toogrefct toogrt toogreat
great for their hosts h > ts From the day they entered the state they have been beengiven beenIen beengiven
given Ien a a most cordial reception Very pis pJ pperly > > perly they are being shown the re reKurces rccurces reurCe
Kurces urCe of the state st te and and Its beauties They will leave with pleasant Impres Impressions Impressions impressiozis ¬
sions and most of them are likely to Invest capital there where so many of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their friends spend the winters This same party will probably spend some sometime sometime sometime
time in Salt Lake They should be met on their arrival and entertained entertainedthroughout entertainedtn1ougliout entertainedtnroughout
throughout their stay 8t If the spirit of hospitalityalone hospitallt1 alone did not prompt such suchaction suchaotlon suchaction
action their prominence in the financial finan clnl world would justify the most elab elaborate elaborate el b borate ¬
orate preparations for their reception 11 I t is to be hoped the publicspirited publicspiritedbusiness publicspiritedbusIness publicspiritedbusiness
business men of the th city will take up the matter at once and be prepared in inadvance inadoalCe inadvance
advance to show them every attention possible possibleBOTHAS possiblebOTHAS possibleLOTHAS
BOTHAS TASK TASKHE TASKTHE
HE SITUATION IN SOUTH AFRICA now seems tp rest restol1the onthe persua persuaI persuasle persuaI
THE I I slve powers of General r Botha The Boer commander seems ready r adY to con conclude concludo conelude ¬
elude a peace with Lord Kitchener The only possibility of a hitch hitchrests hitchr hitchrota
rests r In his not being able to make Dewet Steyn and De Larey see the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter in the same light If he cannot do so the British dream of peace will willstill willstill willstill
still be far from realization These generals are followed by by soldiers who whowill whowill ho hoWill
will undoubtedly stick to them as long as they decide to remain In the field fieldJn fieldIn fieldin
In spite of nny orders r ers to the contrary from Botha All told they will make makeonly makeonb makeonly
only a handful of Q men compared compare < l with the British Br1fl h force but this has ha been beenthe beT beeithe
the condition In South Africa tor some time Despite this disparity of num numbers numbcns nurd nurdbore ¬
bore the Boer loaders have been able to keep the British troops tolerably tolerablybusy tolerablybus tolerablybusy
busy bus and nd have repeated frustrated the efforts of Lord Kltcheuar to capture capturethsm capturetb capturethrn
thsm tb m Dewet has been a a halfdozen times in positions from which escape escapeseemed escape escapesoemed escapeseemed
seemed impossible Impo slbto yet et he has ha always managed by strategy or by magnifi magnificant mnSt1lficant magniflcant
cant daring to tOJet get away and usually to inflict serious Damage nmage on his hi pur pursuers pursuers pursuers ¬
suers suersTo 4 4To
To everyone but the Boers it Is evident that they are beaten and that fur further furtJ1er further ¬
ther warfare Is useless but up to the present time Lord Kitchener has been beenunable b beenunable en enunable
unable to bring this fact home to the minds of the doughty Dewet Dewetand and Steyn SteynThey SteynThey Steynr
r They iibsolutely fbsolut Iy refuse to believe it It remains to be seen whether Bothas Bothasarguments Bothasnrgttmlnts Bothasarguments
arguments will be more successful s than Kitcheners strategy stratege
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5 I no notabe abie that although althoughmemiersnf members of A AE AnaIdos jnaldos cabinet frequently frequentlyfall
fall li into the hands of United States troops he manages to leep his sten stenographer stengrapbcr ¬
ographer out of danger
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The Bookman BOQ m6n in commenting upon the theunconscious the1 the1unconscious
unconscious humor In some of the news navspaper mswspaper newspaper I
paper accounts of Queen Que n Victoria tells tellsthat t tollsthat llS llSthat
that there th re was the Journal whose whosebright whosebright t tbright
bright correspondent cabled from London Londonthe Londonthe Londonthe
the Interesting information that Queen QueenVictoria QueenVictoria QueenVictoria
Victoria was especially fond of Osborne Osbornehouse Osbornehouse Osbornehouse
house In the Isle of wight because from fromIts fromIts fron fronits
Its windows she could gaze upon the mau mausoleum mausoleum mausoleum ¬
soleum of her late husband the prince princeconsort princeconsort princeconsort
consort at Frogmore This would seem seemto seemto seemto
to contradict the general impression that thattho thattho thattho
tho queens sight was somewhat defec defective defectlo defatiwe ¬
tive in her later years ears Among other otherthings otherthings i ithings
things of interest in Chronicle and Com Comment Comment Cornmeat ¬
ment is some account of the collaborat collaborated j jed
ed work of Josiah Flynt and Francis FrancisWalton IoranclsValton FrancisWalton
Walton and thegenius tbe genius of a number 06 06the otthe o othe
the stories that occur In their PowersThat Powers PowersThat PoworsThat
That Prey The portraits that are of ofspecial orspecial ofspecial
special Interest and that are unusually unusuallygood unusuallgood unusuallygood
good arc tnosa of Maurice Thompson and andMr a1dMr andMr
Mr and Mrs SetonThompson Richard RichardLo RichardLo
Lo Galllenne has an appreciative study studyof
of the poetry of Stephen Phillips witn witnextracts wltnoxtracts witflextracts
extracts Illustrating the various manners mannersand mannersand mannersand
and tho growth of the poet from his first firstpublication firstpUbllcation flrtpublication
publication to the lately published publb led poetic poeticdrama poeticdrama poeticdrama
drama Herod of the last act of which whichMr whichMr whichMr
Mr Lo Gnlllennu says It would be bedifficult bedIfficult bedifficult
difficult I think to find an act In any anyEnglish anyEnglish anyEnglish
English poetic play since the ElIzabeth KllzabethJUVB
arks in wnich at once the dramatic inter interest Interest interest ¬
est is so keen and so subtly developed and andtha andthe
the quality of the poetry so fine fineTho fineTho fineThe
Tho Most Mo Reverend John Ireland opens opanstho openstho opensthe
tho North American Review with a pleafor plea pleufor pleafor
for The Popes Civil Princedom which whichhe whichho whichhe
he believes bellY S to be necessary to the proper properexercise properexercise properexercise
exercise of his spiritual powers In his hisMusings hIslIuslngs hisMusings
Musings Upon Current Topics this thismonth thlSmonth thismonth
month former President Harrison takes takesoccasion takesoccasion takesoccasion
occasion to express his opinion concern concernIng concernIng concerning
Ing the relations existing between this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country and Great Britain and upon the theBoer theBoer theBoer
Boer struggle for independence independenceHenry IndependenceHenry independenceHenry
Henry James has an account with much muchghilosophio muc1hllOBophlo muchphilosophio
ghilosophio hllOBophlo comment upon Matllde Matlldeerao Matildan Matildaop MatildeSerao
Serao erao the great t Italian novelist and andnewspaper andBusiness andnewspaper
newspaper n op pewE writer writerBusiness writerBusiness
Business Situation and Prospects in inthe intho inthe
the United States is the subject of a apaper rL rLpaper t tpaper
paper by b Charles R Flint devoted large largely largely largely ¬
ly to the foreign trade conditions conditionsSome conditionsSome conditionsSome
Some Perils of the Postal Service are arerecounted arerecounted arerecounted
recounted by b Henry A Castle auditor auditorfor auditortor auditorfor
for the postoflice pos office department Professor ProfessorWaldstein ProfessorValdstcln 1rotessorWaldstoin
Waldstein of Kings college Cambridge Cambridgedescribes Cambridgedescribes Cambridgedescribes
describes the Recent Discoveries in inGreece InGreece inGreece
Greece and the Mycenaean 1 cenaean Age telling tellinghow tellinghow tellinghow
how history hlsto has been carried back a athousand athOusand athousand
thousand years by b means of these dis discoveries discoveries discoveries ¬
coveries and declaring that tho period periodof
of most fruitful archaeological research researchIs
Is only beginning now Municipal Own Ownershlp Ownrship Ownership
ershlp of National Monopolies is dis dlscnseed discn56ed disceased
ceased and avocated by Professor Rich Richard RichArd Richard ¬
ard T Ely of the chair of political econ economy economy economy ¬
omy In the University of Wisconsin
The table of contents for the Inter International International International ¬
national Monthly contains promise of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
much interesting matter for its readers readersWill readersVIII readersvili
Will H Low the distinguished New Y9rtc Y9rtcartist York Yorkartist Yorkartist
artist talks of National Expression In InAmerican InAmerIcan inAmerican
American Art especially cspec laHy In the examples examplesshown examplesshown
shown at the Paris exposition The TheSituation TheSituation TheSituation
Situation of France in International InternationalCommerce IntanatlonalCommerce IntnationnlCommerce I
Commerce Is discussed by Andre Lebon LebonThe LebonThe LebonThe
The Problem of Development by
Thomas H Morgan Child Study and andEducation andEducation andEducation
Education by b James Sully Sul1 and Civic CivicReform ClvlcReform CivicReform
Reform and Social Progress by b E R L LGould LGouW LGould
Gould GouldCassiera GouWa GouWCn GouldCassiers
Cassiera magazine has on its titlepage titlepagea
Cn af oarN oa oamost
a number of interesting articles Fore Foremost Foremost ¬
most in the list Is one by Dr James JamesDouglas JamesDouglas JamesDouglas
Douglas on American Transcontinental TranscontinentalRailways TranscontinentalRailways TranscontinentalRailways
Railways vith Uh several illustrations illustrationsElectric lIIustr illustrationsElectric tlons tlonsElectric
Electric Power for Enginejring Engine ring Work WorkShops WorkShops YorkShops
Shops Is described In text and pictures picturesAmerican picturesAmedcan picturesAmerican
American Competition in the Worlds WorldsEngineering WorldsEngineering orIds orIdsEns1nee1ng
Engineering Trades Is discussed in a aseries aseries aseries
series of short papers by b various men at atthe atthe
the head of large establishments estabUshm nts engaged engagedIn
In steel tool and boiler manufactures and andthose andthose andthose I
those of similar nature natureProfessor natureProtessor natureProfessor
Professor Simon Newcomb opens the thePopular thePopular
Popular Science Monthly with more moreChapters moreChapters moreChapters
Chapters on the Stars Pyramid PyramidLake Pyramidid PyramidLake I
Lake Nevada a is described ri by b Dr DrHarold DrHarold
Harold id W Fairbanks ba as lying in P the thenorthern thenorthern I Inorthern
northern part of Nevada N eada and being the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest fragment left of the great Lake LakeLabronton LakeLabronton LakeLabronton
Labronton as Great Salt lake is of Lake LakeBonneville LakeBonnelilIe LakeBonneville
Bonneville The curious geologic forma formations formatfons formalions ¬
lions especially the tufa deposits dep > sits are of ofinterest ofInterest ofinterest
interest Professor William H Hobbs in inTho InTho inThe
Tho Geologist Awheel tells Incidentally Incidentallyof
of the value of the bicycle bic cle to the geolo geologist geoloist geologist ¬
gist ist
istA
A portrait of Austin Dobson makes the thefrontispiece thefrontispiece thefrontispiece
frontispiece of the Century CentuI with lines by
F B F to the poet as delicate and sym sympathetic s syrapathetic m mpathetic ¬
pathetic as Dobsons own Vignettes VignettesMrs Vignettesllrs VignettesMrs
Mrs Steel contributes an East Indian Indianstory Indian5tOry Indianstory
story in line with her Tales from the thePunjab thePunjab I IPunjab
Punjab this one called Surabhl The Theother Theother
other fiction of the number includes the thetwo thetwo thetwo I
two serials Helmet of Navarre by I
Bertha Runkle and Her Mountain MountainLover MountainLever IountalnLover I
Lover by Hamlin Garland with short I
stories by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps and I
Olive Huck and the first part of a novel
by Irving Bacheller called Drl D 11 and I IMr Ilfr IMr
Mr Bachellers recent success In Eben EbenHolden EbenHolden EbenHolden
Holden Is still fresh In the memory memor of oftho oftho ofthe
tho public and involves an Interested Interestedgreetng interestedreee1g interestedgreetg
greetng for this new story George GeorgeHenschel GeorgeHenschel
Henschel presents in charming ml style some
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Personal IPre Recollections 11 t of f sr srBrabms Johannes
Brahms Daniel Webster Is the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject of a study by b John Bach McMaster McMasterand lfclIasterand McMasterand
and The Flight of the Empress Dow Dowager Dowwer Dowaier ¬
ager is described by Luella Miner from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the account given by a member of the thesuito thesuite thesulto
suite of the empress empressA
A new and revised edition of the Stand Standard Standard Standant ¬
ard guide to Mexico City Cl1 and vicinity
has just been published by Modern Mex ¬
ico St Louis Mo and Mexico lf xico City
Mexico Mr Robert S Barrett who whocompiled whocompiled whocompiled
compiled this really renl1 valuable guide has hasgathered hasgathered hasgathered
gathered his material from tho th best bestavailable bestavailable bestavailable
available sources In addition to much
interesting historical matter he supplies suppliesthe suppliest1
the tourist ri with practical ca nformation rX on
thr
how t1 to reach a Mexico hotels o and iorh their theirprices theirprices l lprIces
prices changing money and Just how and andwhen andwhen andwhefl
when a visitor can best see sights of the theold theold theold
old Aztec capital A feature of the tl pres present present present ¬
ent edition is a correct map of f the City Cityof Cityot Cityof
of Mexico Mr Barrett has added also a achapter achapter achapter
chapter on Side Trips from Mexico MexicoCity 1fexlcoCity MexicoCity
City with particular mention of Guada Guadalajara GuadaJara Guadalajara ¬
lajara Jara Guanajuato Morella Morel I a Orizaba OrizabaPuebla OrizabaPuebla OrizabaPuebla
Puebla and the ruins of Mitla
SOCIETY NOTES NOTESMrs
Mrs W C Bogue will entertain the theWhist theWhist j
Whist club Monday evening eveningSWilliam
< J > 0 < S < s sWilliam >
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William Goldwaithe has returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from the east eastDr I
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Dr and Mrs MrsE E P St Clair of Chi Chicago Chicage ¬
cage have been visiting Mr and Mrs MrsC MrsC MrsC
C H Jenkinson JonkinsonMr 1
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Mr and Mrs M J Moran are enter entertaining entertaining entertaming ¬
taining Mrs George Monroe and Miss MissFlorence MissFlorence MlssFlorence
Florence Monroe of Council Bluffs Ia las laThe Iao Iaicf
o < icf icfThe < > 0 0The < s >
The committee of the Mothers con congress congress congress ¬
gress held a well attended meeting meetingyesterday meetingyesterday meetingyesterday
yesterday afternoon Reports from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the different subcommittees were wereheard wereheard
heard and the meeting adjourned until untilnext untllnext untilnext
next Friday afternoon afternoonThe i iS iThe
00 00The < > < < S > >
The carpepters union of this city will willgive w111give willgive
give a smoker on Thursday of o the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming week In the Federation hall on onSecond onSecond onSecond
Second South street A fine time is ispromised Ispromised ispromised
promised all who attend attendAMUSEMENTS attendAMUSE attendAI4IUSJ3MENTS
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSKing AMUSE lENTS lENTSKing
King John was presented before a afairly afairly afairly
fairly large audience at the Theatre last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night The Modjeska engagement con concludes concludes coneludes ¬
cludes this evening when Macbeth Macbethwill Macbethwill Macbethwill
will be rendered The T 1e matinee bill to today toI todayls ¬
I day dayls is King John JohnCorn JohnA JohnCorn JohnCorn
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Corn Whisky
Kansas City Journal Journalfvro Journal4 Journalrrvro
fvro thirsty individuals in New York Yorkstopped Yorkstepped Yorkstepped
stepped up to the bar in the Bldwell Bldwellhave
House relates Victor Smith VhutJer
have Bob Na This is on me Whats Whatsyours Whatsours Whatsours
yours ours I invited you Bob What is isit IslU isIt
it lU See here Jim you treated last lasttime lasttime lasttime
time Hate this with me This went wenton wenton wenton
on and on like two lunatics trying to tomake tomako tomake
make each other take the last empty seat
in a car Finally Jim said Cqrn Cqrnwhisky C9rnwhislQ Cqrnwhlsky
whisky because he was sure he couldnt
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The Llt Literary o Era contains tain5 a discussion discussiona
a at The PngaJ1i Papim m of ofKlpitflg Kipling by Charles cttarlesJohnston CharlesJohnston
Johnston with an analysis of the style styleof
of the great gre AngloIndian A Literary LiteraryCenter LiteraryCenter LiterarYCenter
Center Is the thesubjcct subject of an article by byAnne byAnne b bAnne
Anne Holllngsworth Wharton in which whichshe which5he whicshe
she traces the shitting of that center centerfrom centerfrom centerfrom I i
from Philadelphia Phila ephia to Boston and finally finallyto
to New York with ith some of f the reasons reasonsior reasonstor reasonsfor
for the change In the Od World WorldTh WorldThemes VorldThemes
Th Themes mes edlLed by Henry F Keenan Keenanthere Keenanthere Keenanthere
there is an announcement by a Lepsig Lelpsighouse LeIpsighouse Lepsignouse
of the iSlue of a treasure trove ot otletters ofletters
house nouse 01 me i eue 04 u uletters
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The New York Times In Its Saturday Saturdayliterary Saturdaliterar Saturdayliterary
literary gossip has much that Is ot in interest Inter051 interest ¬
terest In its l 5 review of Booker T Wash Washingtons Washingrons VashIn ¬
ingtons In ons amooiography it says sa s The Thestory ThestorY inestory
story which Booker T Washington tells tellsot tellsot tellsof
ot his rise from the depths of slavery to tohis tohis tohis
his present honorable and useful position positionis p ition
is indeed indCi d a moving movln one and he tells it itwel Itwel itwol
wel A more manly upright reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able and unselfish spirit than looks out outat outat outat
at the reader trom these pages it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be difficult to find findNewspapers findNcwspapfTs findNewspapErs
Newspapers and biography blo raphy he says sa s are arehis arehis arehis
his favorite reading and Abraham Lin Lincoln Lincoln LIIIcoin ¬
coln is his patron saint He claims to tohave tohave tohave
have read every ever book and magazine ar article article articlo ¬
ticle that has been written about Lincoln LincolnHe LincolnHe LincolnHe
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mals and the Berkshire pig is his la lavorite tavorlte Iavorite
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reads Booker T Washingtons autobiog autobiography autobioSrnphy autoblogritphy ¬
raphy nor can it miss being a means of ofencouragement1 ofI ofencouragemen
I encouragement encouragemen and inspiration to all as asplring asI aspiring
I piring souls among his people Such sln slngiehearted slngehearted singtehearted
giehearted devotion d rvotion to a righteous cause causecannot causecannot causecailnOt
cannot help bearing abundant fruit fruitThere trultTh fruitThere
There Th re is a widespread concensus of ofopinion oropinion ofopinion
opinion that Kim is so far the best bestthing bestthing bestthing
thing that Mr Kipling has done Cer Certaimy CerI
I taimy no one but Mr Kipling could have havewritten havewrItten havewritten
written it and this time > no Iault can be befound befound befound
found with him on the score that his hisoanvas hisQ8nvas hiseanvas
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is still at the Cape with his family famn and andreport andreport
report says that he is now in robust robusthealth robusthealth robusthealth
health healthMr healthMr healthMr I
Mr Barry Pains Englishmans Love LoveLetters LoveLetters I
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Englishwomans letters were written and andthe andthe andthe
the two books ought henceforth always alwaysto
to be read togeth together r Mr Pain has in inthe inthe inthe
the scheme of his book a capital oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to parade the weak points ot the thoEnglishwoman theEnglishwoman theEnglishwoman
Englishwoman and her h letters and 1 1fancy 1fancy 1fancy
fancy that most readers of the two books bookswill bookswill bookswill
will sympathize with Mr Pains hero herorather herorather herorather
rather than with the writer of the origi original orlglnai originai ¬
nai letters
From the point polntofvien of view of the person personality personality personailty ¬
ality of the author what should be one oneof oneof oneof
of tne moreImportant books of the spring springin
in the department of memoirs is A ASailors J JSaUors nSailors
Sailors Log by Admiral Robley Roble D DEvans DEvans 1 1Evans
Evans which D Appleton Co have havethe havein havein
in preparation 1n n this we a are to have havethe havethe
the recollections of forty years y ars of United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States naval life IiteSIVeral Several pages we are aretold aretold aretold
told will bo devoted to the authors per perwhom persona personaj
sona sonaj recollections of the German kaiser kaiserwhom kaiserwhom
whom Evans entertained on board his hisship hisship
ship at the opening of the Kiel canal canalAnd canalAnd canalAnd I
And so If the admiral can write on a long longtaiJc longtad longtatk
tad as well as aBhe he chats on a short one onewe onowe onewe
we are sure to have a book that will willbe wIllbe willbe
be of intense Interest to most Americans AmericansWe
We Ve shall later present further data con concerning concerning conearning ¬
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The story of the life of Empress Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth ¬
beth of Austria sia depicted In the pages pagesof pagesof pagesof
of The Martyrdom of an aI Empress pub published published pubilahed ¬
lished eighteen months m nths ago by Harper HarperBrothers HarperBrothers HarperBrothers
Brothers left the Impression In most mostminds mostminds mostminds
minds that it was written by a person personentirely personentIloly personentirely
entirely familiar with court life in Vi Vienna VIenna Vienna ¬
enna It was almost felt that the author authorherself authorherself authorherself
herself was a person who had had a avery aery avery
very ery Interesting career which would wouldprove wouldprove wouldprove
prove to be most fascinating reading if ifever trever ifever
ever she consented consent d to take the public into intoher lntoher Intoher
her confidence The anonymous author authorhas authorhas authorhas
has now a book in press at Harper HarperBrothers HarperHrolhers HarperBrothers
Brothers It is entitled The Tribulations Tribulationsof
of a Princess and although presented presentedunder presentedunder presentedunder
under the th guise of fiction is in reality an anauthentic anauthentic anauthentic
authentic autobiography autobiographySix
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have been printed Since Its publication publicationlast i ti tifortyfifth
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fortyfifth thousand and has the distinc distinction distinction distinction ¬
tion of having been reviewed by some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best known critics In America and andEngland andJoJngland andEngland
England While it is perhaps Idle to tospeculate tospeculate tospeculate
speculate on the forces which are at the thework theWork thework
work behind the popularity of a writer writerof
of Mr Hewletts curiously cultured and andretrospective andretrospective
retrospective style it has been interestng interestingto
to watch the widening of the circle of ofhis ofhis I
his readers which a few years ago on onthe onthe
the publication of Earth Work ork Out of ofTuscany ofTuscan ofTuscany
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tide bearing the title of The Queen at atOsborne atOsborne atOsborne
Osborne Although presented anony anonymously anonymously ¬ I Imously
mously it is known to be written by an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American lady who at one time enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyedthe enjoyedthe
the tavor of Englands late queen queenDr queenDr queenDr
Dr William Henry Henr Drummond the theCanadian th thCanadian theCanadian
Canadian poet whose book of poems poemsThe poemsThe poemsThe
The Habitant published in 1897 at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted considerable attention has just justfinished justnnlshed justfinished
finished another collection which will be bepublished bepublished bepublished
published shortly by G P Putnams PutnamsSons PutnamsSons
Sons It will be called Johnny Couteatt Couteattand Couteauand Couteanand
and Other Poems The poems are short shortwith shortWith shortwith
with a tew exceptions and many of them themaro themaro themare
aro written in the FrenchCanadian FrenchCanadianpatois FrenchCanadianpatois FrenchCanadianpatois
patois The ntiw n w book will be profusely
illustrated by Frederick Simpson Co Coburn Coburn Ceburn
burn This artist first came into notice noticethrough
through his excellent illustration of Dr DrDrummonds DrDrummondf DrDrummond I
Drummonds previous book of poems poemsThe poemsThe poemsThe
The Habitant He is a chum of the thepoets thepoets thepoets
poets at whose request his work was wassubmitted wassubmitted wassubmttteto
submitted to the Putnams It proved to
be so good that not only were those II III ¬
I lustrations accepted but he was engaged engagedto
to illustrate a number of special Christ Christmas ChrIstmas Christmas ¬
mas numbers for the Putnams and his hisname hisname hisname
I name is now well known as an illustra illustrator illustrator Illustrator ¬
tor of undoubted abllty His Illustrations Illustrationsof
of Johnny Couteau are particularly particularlygood partlcularl partlcularlgood
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New York and never found a drop Many
barmen barmerChad had never heard of It But at atthe atthe atthe
the Bldweil House Shucks Out from froma
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and the bar man laughed Didnt ex expect expeot cxpeot ¬
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caused our friends to remark r mark with withsmacka withsmack withsmacks I
smack of satisfaction That takes us I
back home It was then explained that thata
a prominent patron of the Bidwell House
from North Carolina announced to the themanager themanager i
manager that he would take his belong ¬
ings and go elsewhere unless the bar was wassupplied wasSl1lplled wassupplied
supplied with the rale old white corn
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the Great Atlantic and Pacific tea stores storesthroughout storesthroughout storesthroughout
throughout tho United States died sud suddenly suddeniy suddenly ¬
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near Bridgeport Conn from Brights dis dlseasa disease j jease
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to be worth SOOOOOW Mrr Gilman had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
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entertainer in Fairfield county Many Manynoted Man Manynoted I Inoted
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