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I THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY IOXD Y FE3RUAKY FEIRL ARY 1 15 1904 t 3 3L
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< hiougo Feb 14 14Tbe Tb city attthbrlJ attthbrlJti a1tth autboiltips ri riti I
ti tips s have prevented the use of otp a1 a1Vpt a aI
p Vpt I t light in n Sir Henry IrvttRs pro prodiKtion prodUf P10du
diKtion dUf ion t of The Bells D ns and hare itvc aeCODt comj comjlU corn corn1flli t t1IIInl i
lU 1IIInl d the tag t < management to use useirirtral gself1tad ueItta1
irirtral in the dream scene a strong strongJr stungrande truflghtlides4enL
Jr htlides4enL rande andesrent nt ligrht This action In iuiniortion InCilCiJn Inwith
iniortion < with other thr safeguards which whichhiv whichh
hiv hiJ h i v been i en n placed about Chicago > Wbichl thej thejat the 11lar theac
at ac p audiences a since inc the Iroquois dIe dter dt8ad dIehas
ad r has caused no little tUe annoyance annoyancet
to t I Ii u English actor who expressed expressedh
h > dilIiea < JiKiieakure J ure when called before bef re an anaujiiiro ani aniRujjUN annuj
aujiiiro nuj tIc at the close of 0 his hi perform performa PfrformI
a < in the Illinois theatre In the theCvuj5f theClJF theC
Cvuj5f C of his remarks reI1H Iks Sir r Henry H nry said saidI saidtrust
I trust that you will not rnl l1nder1
nd uiu if I r tdr fr to tofi the leNnt fear ffarflo fearfiL
fi flo fiL lamentable bt n > nlablf > disaster d which otcurred otcurredn O > urred urredheh
heh h n re eie the disaster which hleh was the re reEIt
swit Sol EIt J t of jtanle lanis Iani s are 8 always al ays terJ terJrlte ttr ttrrLJle ter4rite
rite md the < iisaster li a8tfr they produce 11roducer i ia
a r aiways a ways 8rS tenible That which hkh oc occiired ocIlred occU
ciired cU casts no reflection on yourj yourjiy your I
< 11 iy y or on the theatres of your our city cityft it itf eityIt <
ft f it could lull have occurred urrtd in any an other otherf > r rd
d < f y 9 la fl the worM and in a cathedral cathedralif cat nll nlltr
if a ehurch or in a railway station stationjiit stationjlj atatlonjLit
jiit jlj < t a atf fafily as in the theatre theatreBat theatreBut
4 But it has ha produced a panic panlca a pan panit panI
it I amove your officials And f wonki wonkiHks wotikAlh oaWHi
Hks Hi < it to be b thoroughly understood by byyo b byo byyo
yo i that sometimes much injustice injusticemay injusticem
may m y l lit w > < Uone Il ne by b jack ekM m fh i iI oflice An Ant AntI l lI
I would uN earnestly earnesti beg of you to exert exertall eX exertall rt rtuU
all y mr > influence In to allay the theof feeiins feeiinsof f tn I
of panic which at present exists among amongother anthigp
p other othtr officials oBcials of your our great < rea t city cityGETS ityGETS cityGETS < I
GETS A SNOWBALLER SNOWBALLEROfficer SNOWBALIERt SNOWBALIERtS f fOffioer
S Officer Arrests Boy Who is isTormenting 1
Tormenting an Old Man ManLad ManLad
Lad is Locked Up UpTlenry UpHenri liplrenr J
Henri lrenr Tlenry Teucheir Teucbetr a boy IS 1 years UZ old oldv3 oldns oldied
v3 ancstted yesterday for snowball snowballing ec wowbaltin 1IlMIt 1IlMItill ¬
ing ill aDeN man manHe IQI1He manlie
He was followuiff the tltfman man up State Statest State8tftt StatesLeet
st sLeet st yesterday afternoon laughing at atht atbi athiv
ht hiv cad zsd pelting him with snowball snowballAt 8ftow wbfts wbftsAt tLl j
At 0 t the tb corner of Fourth South street streetOfileer streett utreetflleet
Ofileer Brown saw the mischievous mischievousyouth 1Rl8ddeouiYlJuth inisch1evouyojth
youth and brought him lilmto to the police policestation policestttlon policetttIo
station stationToe stttlonToe tttIo tttIoroe
Toe ecer officers cen learned leameddlat that Henry Henr was wasa
a boy dIeT hare TC been looking I for for fortMj fortiJ forti
tMj tiJ pact two weeks so o he was locked lockeduJ lockedtlIj
uJ u and charged with incorrigibility incorrigibilltyHe
He H ran away I y from home about three threewreks tbreeWr88 threewceks
wreks ago a o and his parents have been beenworried bee1IwrlWci beenV
worried V reled as to his whereabouts He Hetold
told 101 1 the officers that be had been beenpl beenf1
I pl 44ping < ping pincJn In the boiler boilerroom room in the theDN theDNr De Detrt Dottrt
trt r > t News N building ldlng and was making a aliving ah
living 11 h iRlr as best he could Sometimee Sometimeenc
nc mba 1iI he i had only one meal in al a dar darut
hut > ut that the newsboys JieW8bo were good gOOdto gOOdtohim to toJicn toand
him and a pn ave > him money lDO He begged beggedthe be beggedthe ed
the t be era not n t to s meoo nd him home be bet 1te 1teaaC beIaae
t Iaae aasc Ms bi parents would try to mOe mOehim mate matehim m4ehim
him gqJ Jlack ack to t school Hie case wJU wJUcome uome uilliome
come up upin in court this afternoon afternoonMURDER afternOODMURDER afternoonw
w MURDER MURDERINMONTANA MURDERINMONTANADepUty IN MONTANA MONTANADeputy MONTANADeputy
Deputy Sheriff SkeriffShotDowjt Shot Down by Drun Drunken Drunken Dmaken ¬
ken Tough Near Lolo LeloMissoula Lolol1iaoula 14010Miseoula
Missoula Mont M nt Feb 14 HEd Ed Tr Trtfau Tft TrLean >
Lean LPau deputy sheriff flb4 > rlft for or that part of
3Iissools county tributary to Lolo wt wasshot Wtshot
shot dead at 1 oclock this morning morningy y
Herman 11 < n Parsons a drunken character characterwhom characterwhom > r rwhom
whom he was striving etrtvIn to arrest Tre TreIOAU Treu TreC4U
IOAU C4U u forcibly fOlelbl ejected Parsers P from a atlamee
da tlamee < ia ice ball and as soon as Parsons was wasor waso s sOJ1i
or o the outside be told the officer that thathf thathf thathf
hf was as roinT o1n In for his gun n and would wouldat
hill at han at t the first ftr opportunity opportunltHe
Hte returned rct with his rifle and the >
deputy df d put puty thinking that Parson would wouldnot wouldt wouldJHt wouldTht
not aboot advance3 a few le j JJ8e acis 6 A Ab Atoh
t I toh shot b t rang ran < o out t from Parsons ons Winches Winchesand Wthchese Incheai Incheaiand
and Tredeau u feD dead with tb a bul
le e in Inbibest Inbibest4k his heat heatV hctIitMIIIIe
V MIIIIe osse was s qnckly q organised oraai orga teed d and andjn emll andreult
jn l < re revlt t 8ITen ven parsonv ao was cocoon enconntoied encounterM cocoonteed
terM near Lolo He opened ire from fromMmfemli fromn
Mmfemli 4 n j Lbah shooting Ole Brlccon through throughth
th t h > shoulder shoulderIsarsons 8bo1IJdcr1an1ons shoulderItar500s
Isarsons tat I iatir Lr r calc to Missoula K w = and andsat andaf tndktaS
sat af JI blmailf lf up evtientiy ei eient1ySAVED DUy fearicg fearicgSAVED
ktaS I ISAV
SAV TH iR8 iR8VESSEl I IPart
SAVED D THEIR VESSEL VESSELPart
Part fit Oie te e Crew Ore of a Preneh Steamer StsaiaerShowed StmerSItowid SteamerShowed
Showed Bravery BraTsryHalifax Braveryifailfax ravery raveryHaJi
Halifax HaJi N S Feb H 14The The steam steamer ¬
er eo Proi Propatria > atria French from from St Pi Pierre Pirre P1erre ¬
erre rre Miqueion almost foundered on onth ontb onth
th passage here A large hole was wasst asstP waast
st stP vr V in her bottom bottomwbUe while she lte was U but buttii butth butliz
liz t i < v She he began to settle ttle tie by the theb t tb9 theJ
> J f b b9 bQv and a lid the fire ft tires were extinguished extinguishedTl exttD Uleb4d Uleb4dTlw <
Tl Tlw > boats were launched and the six sixte sixt
i t tOii te J1 i i assengera taen 18 and part of the crew crewab crewat crewa
ab a > mdnnd n Jmd < her ej but stood by to see seethe seethi
f the s uamer sink Those of the crew crewwho crewwI crewvt
who wI vt remained n > on board succeeded after afterconsiderable atterO afteroid4rabIe
considerable O idrab difficolty In covering the theopfnins t tpnin theOVI1iflg
opfnins pnin und nd then started the pumps pumpsWlhfn pum I Ijlwn
4 Wlhfn jlwn the vessel bad been broo brought ht t on osan onan i iAn
an even en keel again those tbo In th the heats hoatreturnad M8tretur heatsreturned
returned retur on board When the steamer steamerreacnet steenwrreahed
reacnet 1 port tc today ay her forward com compartments cot cotpartmeuts ¬ i
partments were ere half full of water waterONLY waterONLY
ONLY ONE SURVIVOR SURVIVORSchooner SURVIVORSchooner StiR VI VOR VORSchooner
Schooner Dorchester Rammed n ed by an anUnknown ai aiThikuewa i
Unknown Voeeal VoeealN Vo s91
N w London Co Conn n Feb 14 14George 14Georgev G orge orgeW orrVright
W v Wright a seaman arnan who d1 was picked pickedup i
h schooner that arrived this thisV thisjort
up tf by a i at i iJrt
V jort ort today t reports rep rta that the schooner schoonerDonhfsU sehoonerDcrtnete boone i
DonhfsU from Pigeon Cove oe Mass Massbound Massboiud nN I IboJud
bound for Philadelphia was 118 rammed rammedSaturday rammedSIIturda rammedSturJay
Saturday night by an unknown unkn wn steam steamer ¬
er r off M ontaak on task Point Wright Wrf < ht be beIfevos be1leyps beievs
Ifevos that be is the only survivor The Theotliers Theotb TheotIie
otliers otb otIie on board were Captain Evans EvansF
F Lewis mate a cook and two sea seamen sea3fle31 ¬
men It was as snowing hard when the theAccident theccid thetecideat
Accident ccid t occurred and according to toWright toWnbt tortgbt
Wright rtgbt It was Impossible no to see ob objects obl o1 o1iects ¬
jects 9W feet f t awaj awa Wright graspe graf grasped graspeda et1 et1a < 1 1a
a twelvefoot sharjrte attar and floated ftoat in ina ina ina
a boat all night nightDYNAMITE D11itDYNAMllE
1 DYNAMITE USED TO TOMUZZLE TOMUZZLE TOMUZZLE
MUZZLE THE PRESS PRESSPwrtiand PRESSI PRESSPurtlarni
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Pwrtiand Purt la PlI OreFeb Ore 7tb 14 144 A special to tothe totn wth
the tn Oregonian Oregon Ian from rein Long LoniCreek Creek Ore Oresa
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< A Coo < oe who newspaper n > npa r office o ke was waspartly wasrtly wasportly
partly rtly wrfok wrekel ft ab a ahut ut Ten day tin days ago by bylj b bc1oamite hhyminiie
< lj c1oamite namite has i < > d HII anorymu anorymul anQr antrymulttcr mu muI <
l lttcr ftr stating stafi th th1 i f h huhJ nJ Hj J he JM HfJtp atnpto HfJtpto tiij > r rto
to resume publliitiia publ puhflit 111 i < > f hit pap f8 pt > T th thR ttlt ttltl ttiI
l I R RaoSM < oger he iml mu nd Us family taDl YJ y weaki td be beb tIb beb
b wn w t III > jp p f oe jesay 0a3s he caniiot run tbe tbensk t trilk be berrk
nsk of > f h ivin 1In h hfC family killed and it itih itJ ItIF
ih J pvpe cXPe1tL > tM t < h Jr w will ill leave her h here in a fe feay5 Celt Celtdin tely
din ay5 too k1 l has ha incurred the liitter ilttr ha hai haJJ
i I i of a largo l rI f rl dem > m < nt in the tb comnnm comnnmi
11 i 1 v hni h lc 1 had nrtacronizf < l in ihv IWi h hQ
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I TELLJIN < > E tLS4tN c I PU PULPIT PULPITABOUT tRI L LABOUT
ABOUT JAPAN JAPANDr
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Dr DrV W M MPaqenPreaches Paden Preaches at atFirst atFi atFirst
First Fi st Presbyterian Presby e an Church ChurchTALKS Churcht ChurchALKS ChurchTALKS
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TALKS OF OFRAPID RAPID PROGRESS PROGRESSTTAS PROGRESSDBCASQSTIAuysp
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D DBCASQSTIAuysp DBCASQSTIAuysp9AS 1tBS QHlUSTI NITY STILL STILLMISSION
TTAS MISSION issior0hslI TO O JPEKEOKM P F R24 R24Sl1
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Shall a 1 land be bom 1o In one dayf dayfShall day dayShaM
Shall 9 a nation D cfta be brought forth at atonce atOftce atonce
once OftceTIlts
TIlts was w the subject of a discourse discourseOB dl d1sourston 1QU 1QUB
OB B Japan apaR delivered yesterday morntoj morntojat momb mombat mornhiDrW
at the th mt Fhft t Pre brttfri n church urck bY brDr bYDr bYDr
Dr DrW W M XDr Pjiden PjidenDr
Dr Paden began by 1 < dwelling on the thereoaarkabie tilere3UUka thOrearkabie
reoaarkabie re3UUka growth rNtb of Japan in the thesiMrt t tB th thshort
siMrt B space of time stnc Admiral Perry Perrysailed l1rrysailed Perrysailed
sailed into the harbor rbor of Yokohama Yokohamain Y koharntin
in l U4 4 with a fleet and compelled the theianig theg theMgIttg
ianig g of tfrt t treaty treat that opened Japan Japanto Ja n nto
to the world worldTh2 worldTtl worldTh
Th2 Th speaker al aler followed the course o ocivilization 0chW oclvjjjzation
civilization chW tlo and education in the coun country rountry countr ¬
try tr from this thi period od until the present presentday presentday presentdy
day and pointed out how responsive e the thelittle t tlittle thelittle
little brown men had Jtadbeen been to the theadvances tb tbamree theadvances
advances of efvilisaUon efvilisaUonJfo
Jfo hO o other nation in the history of oftno oft ofth
tno t th world has madd tflq4 such rapid strides stridestowtrd stridestoWrd tjidefi tjidefitow
towtrd tow rd ciliixatloirwithln the memor memorof me memory memoryof Ot Otor >
of Bien JIl fOn still tU Jfouag Sfc She ha9 fI left medi medievaMfm mfdievtilm Jfledievilism
evaMfm fot uiern1s alpdemi m > m and nd instead of ofhanging ofbanging ofbanging
banging on o thewheels t qie e wheels of Progres Progressh Pragresssha
sh f sha i now idling In the shafts So Soswift Soswift Soswift
swift Itnd nd evident has been the change changethat cbaDgethat changethat
that a Japanese student udent said that when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he returned to his edWitry edUt tr1 after an anabsence anabeenre anabeenee
absence of BeTh < years nothing n nOtbhi thhl was wasleft wasleft wasleft
left as it had been but the natural naturalscenery naturallCeaer naturalscenery
scenery sceneryEducation lCeaerEduoa sceneryEducation
Education Eduoa onVorks Works Wonders WondersIn onder onderIn
In explaining the wonderful WOd rtll change changethat challgethat changethat
that has taken place In Japan f1 in Inlthe InlthePUt the thepast thepast
past forty year Dr Paden aId fmtAThe aIdrile = tddThe
The upheaval upb ftl of o J Japans iwns social Fuji FujiSan FujiSan FujiSan
San has been chiefly by b ihsurreetioc of ofintellect ofintellect ofIntellect
intellect A whole generation of Japa Japanese Japllneae Japsnese ¬
nese leaders has II been at school In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the beginning nntn hundreds were sent to tothe tothe toth
the th beat pcfcoois abroad not only 1 to toeducational t tdUlattonftl toeduut1onsi
educational < Institutions but to the thesfhools tbezrhooJ thesboole
sfhools of practical life lifeSome utehsnw lifeSsme
Some of you will 111 rememr remenibrr r the Jap Japarese Japareee Japarese
arese who were in Philadelphia in 76 76It T6It 6 6It
It is said that more than 180W Japanese Japanesewere JapeM8le1IreTe Japaneseuere
were abroad abroac11n in vi 98f1 S Boon they tke began es establishing eatabll entabiblillig ¬
tablishing tabll I1tS svjiools bOoJ of f their th r own > man manning mannine mnfling ¬
nine them tIIeelldeY chiefly with foreign teach teachers teachers teachera ¬
ers ersWhen ersll
When ll n Generil Grant visited the mili military military milltary ¬
tary school si t Tokio 704d0 on his bi famous tour toure
e wrote it Is l ons on of the foremost foremostof
of similar institutions I have ha e seen in inthe Inthe Inthe
the world Joseph Cooke declares that thatthe Utthe thatthe
the aacaminatfon e mlnatflJn papers required req itedat at t the theImperial theImperial theImperial
Imperial university uftillr save ve In classics classicsare clsstcsre classicsare
are re quite up to the average demanded demandedin
in Cambridge or Oxford Princeton or orTale orYale orYale
Yale TaleNoF
NOW western e tem learning is moving moin the thewhol thewboi thewhole
whole wboi nation through hundreds a of sub subordinate subn suberdlutte ¬
ordinate n nte schools bo l ar4 a system s etem of com compulsory comPRINTY cornpuisotr ¬
pulsory education t eatkMt te I at work ork through throughout ¬
out Japan 33 schoolmHster sehooIa boolni 1ster18 tterIsabroad tterIsabroadfld ieabroad ieabroadand Bbroad BbroadAnd
and fld it A I > estimated Mtl > teti that over Jmlf of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan5
Japan toeeN < N M or o 7 7010 09WO of children childrenare ehfidrenare childrenare
are now at school scboolation schoolIatioaBan
HationHas ation Xas Little Religion ReligionIn
In speaJiiGg of the refiglon and morals moralsof mora 115 115ottbe
of ottbe the country the speaker declared declaredOf
Of religion rel toft they t84 > have little and of ofmorals ofmora ofmorals
morals mora perhaps pe haps less He declared decleredthatt1te declaredthat
that thatt1te the mass tAs mn of the Japanese apane e people peopleare peopleare ple pleare
are without God and without hope be beyon beyond
yond yon this thl wsld 3tld The educated e treated men menare menare menar
are ar materialists or atheists the uhf illiterate UUterate uhfcrate ¬
erate sodden ft with ith supcrstitioft supcrstitioftIn
In coocl coneht4ig ondlt4t d1 g Dr J rPadeq Fade asked askedWhat M askedWhat ed edWhat
What hiaiGHristJanHisr aCkr1stian aCkr1stianIn b btU fi doing doingInview dIolnIInvlew
Inview In view of such obstacles tb tac g yer very > much muchin muchin
in view of the work yet t tobe to be dose dosevery dOlleYeT dosevety
very YeT little littleWe litUere littleWe
We re must muetgracioushy graciously ciout9ly help belpth theee little littlepeople UlUepe littlepeople
people pe ple It win m be years er8 before the theJapanese titeJapanetle tiicJapanese
Japanese church can get et on without withoutwestern withoutWeftern withoutWestern
western counsel COUll 1 and aeatacance To Todesert Tod9 Todesert
desert d9 rt the islands J now would be more moreunfortunate moreulortunate moreuifortunate
unfortunate than ian the too < rlg rl deser desertion detJlertiOl desertIo ¬
tion tIo of Hawaii for in spfteof ppJte Jf their theirwonderful theirwORder theirwonderful
wonderful wORder lI doings 4oi 8 the Janejies Japeeoa are areafter arean areafter
after an r all II 11 HIM Ii precocious J ecO 1oU5 < ch ckll ckIkk < dar ea 5 Japan Japani Japfintile
i tile chfid clidif i f the worlds orl old l t age and andat andM andas
at M such a child is in danger of being beingspoiled beingsoiled beingspoiled
spoiled V
NWS
AMEEIOA2T FORK ITEMS ITEMSAmerican ITEMSAmerican
American ADaeri Fork Feb 14 HTre Tre pro prodoction procDcti product4on
doction n of Old New N w Harapfhlre Home Homeat
at the opera house bou last l st < ri r4sbt it by the theHome theHO theHome
Home e Dransatjc com eomyany m1J mny n of o Pleasant PleasatGrove PlMentGrove PleasantQroe
Grove for theT tlwbsnent neftt of the four our meet meeting meetIng meethtg ¬
ing houses 110 of the tJle Latterday Saints in inthlt Inthlp Inthip
thlt city ctt was one of the most success successful Slkeeasful suceeeelot ¬
ful affairs held in this city dt for some somethneX somethnA me methne
thneX thne They TbeyeleAred wared red up HS 11 which will willbe willbe willbe
be distributed 41 triINted between the four fourn1e wards wardsThe wardsThe
The company handled 8c ed the play pJ excep exceptionally exceptionally ezeeptioflahly ¬
tionally well eft and acted more like old oldhands oldhand oldhands
hands at the business than half the thetraveling tbetraveling thetraveling
traveling shows which come through throughhere tltroughbete throughhere
here A banquet was wa given the cqm company cqmPany cqmany ¬
pany any at the New Nt > w Grant hotel at the theclose theclcNie theclo
close clo e of the performance perConn nceby by the Ut bish bishops bishups ¬
ups of or the different wards and a a most mostenjoyable mostenjoyable mootenjoyable
enjoyable time was 8 had hadProfessor bmProfNSOr baiLProfessor
Professor Mark Robinson RoblnSOnaUP slipped ed on onthe ont onthe
the t e ice near his residence rJ1c reeIollleMerda7 reeIollleMerda7and ee yesterday yesterdayand rd rdancl
and had a fall which hieh nduljteS re In a badly badlysprataed badlyspiitied
sprataed arm armWill 8M 8Mrm i iWill < bAdlyi
Will rm Smith SmitlFl to I the proud father 1 Ulft of a abouncing abounetg abouncing i
b fcjr V Vd
bouncing bay bayPxma i iE
E d Paxmqiat spent t fee tit last Ia threedays threedaysin 1 1IB
in Salt SaltDeputy I IDeputy
Deputy ti SheriiC Buchi UC iC of Provo was in intown Intowa
town tow Friday FridayThe FridatiThe rridlrho 11 11tow
iThe The ladies of the Relief society of the theSecond tbeSecoD theSecond
Second ward ant nave presented the ward wardwith wa wardWith ld i iwith
with a fine Me ey organ for its meeting meetinghouse meetinghouse ifleetinghouse
house houseBenjamin houseBenjamin
houseBenfamia Benjamin Haliday who has been beenworking bef beenworking n norkin
working < atthe at the sugar factory at Idaho IdahoFalte IdahoFall IdahoPaihe
Fall retonted home this week weekWilliam weekWIDtsJR weekWWIam
William F Welsh h formerly agent for forthe tortbe forthe
the Rio Grande Western railway raSha at atLebJ atLPb atIob
LebJ LPb was in town yesterday yesterdayJoshua yeeterc1TJoabua yesterdayJoshua
Joshua Hasten of Vernal Utah Has Haspurchased HSpUIbMd haspurchased
purchased the residence 1 formerly formerlyowned formerlyowned
owned by John I Chlpman and has hasmoved hasmoed hasmoved
moved his family here herePSO lIerPnOVO herePROVOPA1lGRAPBS
PSO PnOVO PROVOPA1lGRAPBS PROVOPA1lGRAPBSProro VOPA P ARAGRAPRS ARAGRAPRSProTo R AGRAPHS AGRAPHSProvo
Provo Feb M 14T 14The The following fonowtn orders ordershav orderha ordershaes
ha haes hav been made to the Fourth dte dljlrlct dljlrlctcoutt dhtrictcouyt triet trietcourt
court courtMataews couttJIIatlMws couytMathews
Mathews v VIL < Harmon rznon t aJ defendants defendantsgiven dr defendantsgiven ndants ndantsghen
given to and including Larch Xar lt II in which whichto
to serve and file bill of excepUonp excepUonpHearteg exceptJoDilzlJeariila exeeptionsHearing
Hearing of pttttions p t1ons in the following es estates fIIt3tes entates ¬
tates has been etNfithtned 8l ebfltlnn thnaN d till the t Iih Oi Es Estates EIItate Estatea ¬
tate of f Jaatcv T Powell Themaf hem Ash Ashton Ashton Ashton
ton Thomas Hoist W A and Ellen flen E EDavis EDans EDavis
Davis minors Joseph Lunceforf LunceforfBKtatc Lpncetcri LpncetcriEftate Lpncefotdltatt
BKtatc of Lars Peterson n dc d deceased a id John JohnBdman JohnEdman JohnEdnian
Bdman appointed aiPflt d admJni adminlethitor trator bond bond6lfc bondE bondEate
6lfc 6lfcKstate
tate E of Nathan athan Qarrett deceased deceasedHorace deesanedHose
Horace Oaontt appatetad admto adoihifstratoe adoihifstratoebond < tra trator < or ortond
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Mr Ir Hanna H nna ia made the remark 1t to toone me meone meODe
one day in C ciiceo iic 1e1p o dujelng the 1SSI 1SSIpresidential Jg91dential 1391presIdential
presidential dential campaign that He a udS udSbroke vnr vnrbroke 1D
broke a prttkise in his llfit out bu Qnoe Qnoeand q n e eaM ie ieafld 1
and then t fte had to fen h a He And Andguess I IKnees Ir
r Knees That was the first and oifly ox1lthe life lifethe i ithe
the great t politician ever tOld t tdtTlie tdtTliei The Thefacts Thet
i facts surrounding surroundtn t e incident iDc1ie1JtrelR11V inctdtitto relajtiv relajtivto J Jto
j juat
to tn t ttte broken ken promise were wet l so if fuTjipy fuTjipythat tntY tntYthat
that be could not keep thain th thonltp Up bun httoself bunself Itn Itnelf
self They went to show further fUrt11 r That Thatmens tbatmens thafmens
mens minds sometime take themback thembackto tit thezu em back backto
i to boyhood or farm dayS days yeArs Y 1s after afterj nft bacJcj r ri
j I wards when MJ1 they have ave become great greatThe grentThe greatThe
The speaker was u Perry Sj Sffeati Heath He Hehad 1tehad gehad
had been asked to recall a at few wl1umon human humaninterest nrnn1 nrnn1interest I IInte1est
interest incidents in tb the Ufa llfef llfefticlan of the thepoll polk j jtlclaiv I Itlian
tlclaiv with which the general et1ilp public publicnas btc i iwas I Iwall
was not familiar Mr Lr Heath 1e th te i sec secretary seerotary ¬ I II
I rotary retar of the Republican national n lonal com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee In that rapacity ap clty and d others othersbefore othersbefore hers hersbftoc
before he has been n closely clSel associated associatedwith associatedwith assocIatedwith
with Mr Hanna for ifcarly I rly eight years yearschairman i iChairmao I Ichairman
chairman of the committee Contlnulog Contln j julng I
ulng uingMr Mr Heath said saidIn tiIJdIn saidIn
In the first ft t place pla Mr fr Hrinna was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not born with a silver spoon in inhJs inhJsJDuth his htemouth hismouth
mouth as many people supposed he hedW lu ludid hedid
did not as near as I could ever ev r learn learnever loamever i
I ever inherit any Janone money What he hehad hehad I Ibad
had he made When a1 a boy about Ii liyears iiyears I
years eersOf of age h hp > worked work in a country countryiore countr countrltre countrystore
store in a small Ohio town and re recrtved mec4ved
crtved 14 per month He slept sl pt under underth underthe i ithto
th the counter on an old blanket He Hecoofeed Hec I IhiS
coofeed c ekl hiS breakfast on a vwHlbuni wnodburning vwHlbuniing Vooc burn burnIng
ing stove st ye He R would ould take iiple i ptee jiie < seof seofbrown of ofbrown f i ibrcn1
brown paper great g It wlthtlar < l and aitdfrj andfrI
frI eggs on Of eu it for his morning meal mealOne mealOne mealOne I
One day some yeai years eafS ago when hel helwee we wewwe wewere
wee traveling hveun together ih f a 3Ir armote armotepapt remote remotepart Jote I Ipttttot
part pttttot of o tlw thernwe country we were forced to toaccept t t3accept i iaccept
accept rather humble accommodations accommodationsThe I
The bill of fare on that occasion in included ineluded ¬ i iJucltd
eluded egs Pm While hile IJe we f were eating eatinpMr eatingIr eatingMr
Mr Hanna suddenly became very srf srfl silent I I
l lent nt When I sjed him what was wasthe WAStke wasthe
the matter mtt he be hesitated 8 fl moment momentand momentanti 1 1and
and then said saidIt fIIdit saidIt
It seems funny funn > to me that eggs eggsuowadsys < gB gBaowadays I IBoadR8
aowadays never never taste as they tl used t twJien to towhen I IJlen
when Jlen I cooked th t them ni when wh tn a boy on ontop o otop ontop
top of an old stove on greased brown brownpaper brownpgper 1 1paper
paper paperThen paperThen pgperThen
Then he laughed heartily as though thoughhe I Ibe
he considered ttie Ui recolt ftCOIlQtJf oilcit aS a ahuge b bhge 0huge
huge Jok JokBoots jo joBoots joke jokeBooth
Boots Make Rim Break Promise PromiseOne PromiseOne promiseOne
One day while hlle working in that thatcountry thatcount thatcountry
country count store t re Mr Hanna asked a ayounjy nyounS ayoung
young girl to so te a party wjth him himShe WmShe himShe
She accepted the invitation Inasmuch Inasmuchas
as the girl was was wa quite a favorite In the thesociety thesoelet thesociety
society soelet of the town Mr Hanna con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded tltet t t he would ould have to spruce spruceup spruceup spruceup
up a bit fbi her berbeneftt benefit At that time timehigh timehi timehigh
high hi h faiKy top boots were all lJ the e craze crazeand crazeand crazeafld
and he fbceeded Oceeded to purchase purch sea a pair pairThinkimj pairThinking pairThInking
Thinking it would ouk be good idea ideato ideato Ideato
to break In the Moots before the party partyas partas
as there wascertain was cettain to be dancing dancingilr dan dancingMr lng lngIr
ilr Ir Hanna put 1 1tUliemon them lm on It rained rainedthat ra1nedthat rainedthat
that night aifi at he gotr go ot tjiem t tienrWOL em f ret t Re Returning ReturnIng Returning ¬
turning to the store he tookihem t took tb em off offand onand offand
and put them upon a shelf tQ t t dry dryThe dryThe r3 r3The
The night nl bt b DC the tbellrtj party rolled rolled around aroundand aro1nd aro1ndand roundand
and Mr Ir Hanna got all ready except excepting oxco exceptlag t tlngputting
lag lngputting potting on the boots bootsWhen bootsWhen bootsWhen
When he took them down fxom tO tO1C the the3h teheIf
3h heIf lf he 6 t und > und that they the baa snrunk snrunkso
so h he could iJj not put them on He did didnot didnot didnot
not know Jtn what to do The only onl othr othrshoes oth othOrshoes r rsboes
shoes he had were ere very large and andcoaree andCOArf5e andcoarse
coarse It was too late l to buy bu an another auother another ¬
other pair so he sent word to the girl girlthat girlthat girlthat
that he was 8 sick and could not go goSfr gorr goidr
Sfr rr ffanns told me that iras the theonly theon1r theonly
only promise h he ever made 1n3deS11d and ne netiu netiuept nerkept er erkept
kept ept and n h h had to tell tdln a lie to 150 150out et etout t tout
out oT arl arlDenies it itDenies it itDenies
Denies Election Promises PromisesMr
Mr r Hanna ba bas often been accused accusedof accu etl etlf
of f making anteelection promises to toj toI tosecure
j secure cure re money mo ney to be paid by postelec postelection p posteleetion t elee eleeHon ¬
I tion influences in congress To show
you how incorrect Such stories were wereI
I have but to recite one onelnclde oneincidentWL1en incident incidentWHen t tV1Ien
WHen the campaign caTng t1 of 1900 opened openedMr opel1etlIr openedMr
Mr Ir Hanna was not well Times weregood were weregood I
good the election eJectkmor of Mr McKInley v yas yasgenerally nu as asgenerally
generally conceded C eded in Republican RepubUt8nranM Republicanranks Republicanranks I
ranks and rich men and corporations corporationshad
had such a case of apathy apathjthat that they theywere theywere I
were loth about contributing to the thecampaign thempalgn thecampaign
campaign fund The papers made a agreat JJiit agreat
great hit out of the fact that Sir SirHanna Mrllanna tr trlInnna
Hanna was 8 in Chicago hobbling hobblingaround hobbllngBraund hobblingaround
around with a cane the thermometer thermometerits
118 iie 10 IGand and 112 trying to collect collectmoney collectJIQOney collectney
money ney while btJe the t rich men were dodg dodging d ding ddgIng ¬
ing him even going to Europe EuropOnd and andsouthern andsouthern
southern summer resorts to get beta betafrom away awayfront awayfront
front him himMoney
Money was as needed need and sorely so soWe soWe
We were werespendlng spending lots ofitout of It jut the theqhecks theheclts thechecks
checks were drawn mostly upon hte hteprivate 11iSprivate h0private
private bank account he trusting to tothe tot tothe
the t e Lord to get it back somehow some someday someday me meay
day ay One morning he opened his mail mailto mailto mailto
to find a a check from a mail he knew knewvery knewVery knewvery
very well for SM0 5 OO He Hetold told me me m at atthe atthe t tUte
the time that every dollar d lIar in that thatcheck thatbeck thatcheck
check looked as bit as a cart wheel to tohim tohm tohfm
him The writer asked him to call callaround callaroUnd50De callaround
around aroUnd50De some day that Ji th thought ught he hecould betould heCould
could help him get g t bold of some of the themen tbeMen themen
men who were ere dodging him aitd d force forcethem forcethent I Iib
them ib n to contribute < towards the tbel thei cam campaign campaign I Ipaign
paign fund fundThat fundThat i iThat
That afternoon Mr Hanna called calledupon canedupon calledupon
upon him They The made up a list it t of ofnames ofnames ofiames
names names which h h represented about Z ZNt 54 54M9 Ii Iilee
M9 The m sum and substance1 of the thewhole tbewbole thewhole
whole thin thin < was that this man was to tobring tobrtn tobring
bring brtn these men before Jlr rr Henna or orso orso
so arrange it that be could meet me et them ihemthe loh themthe em emtl14
the > meeting tneetln meaning me a check from fromeach fromMr fromeach
each Mr Hanna was delighted for forthe forthe forthe
the 500981 oo OOOO was a godsend udsend st that par particular particular particuhar ¬
ticular time timeAfter timeAfter timeAfter
After he had risen to leave the of office oCftre offlee ¬
flee as lighthearted as a sehgol bay baythe bQYthe beythe
the man stopped him lmj Just St as lie liereached hereached le lere
reached re clled the th door saying to him in insubstance illSUtStaDce Insubstance
substance substance6h >
6h Oh h by b the way aT MF r i1fanJ13 1animn ranna I Ihave Ihave 1have
have a little matter which 1hfcl1ft intended intendedto
to call around to your office and see seeyou S seeyou e eYOU
you about but as long as you are here hereI
I might n bt as well mention menUonit it now as aslater asI aslates
later I r Here is alittle a little bill which we wewant wewant wewant
want passed by t the next congress and andwe andwe andwe
we hope that you will m assist us in ef effecting ctftcUp offeetin ¬
fecting ftcUp its passage passageMr fUS8 pss ge geJlr geMr
Mr Hanna stepped turned around aroundclosed aloun1clo aroundclosed
closed ed the door and looking lo kin the man manstraight manstraight manstraight
straight in the face snid snidIs 8JdIs onidIs
Is that whyy why you u sent me your per personal personal pernonal ¬
sonal check for 55MOT OOO Is that why whyyou whyU whyyou
you U are assisting me in raising the themoney themonpy themoney
money which I need so much at t this thistime tblstfme thistime
time Are you OI doing doin all this to buy buymy buymy buymy
my influence to help you OU get ca a bill billthrough billthrough billthrough
through congress Thank Goo Gocf I liars havnot 118xenot liarsnot
not banked that check yet I will re return ret1 return ¬
turn t1 m it to you by mail mailAnd mellAnd mallSAnd
And he walk walkld out of the office ofilceThat officeThat officeThat
That was the th lat l t timelio time 11e ever saw sawthat sawthat sawthat
that man or r rjJCJk lif to him He r rturnM Jf Jfturn re returned
turned turn to t his onVt nffl and mailed the theUSOuO theoo >
USOuO > 0 oo 1C ch Cnt check > ck k hk oa k to the man man it itreaching1 itr itraelmjng
reaching1 r ad1 ng bin by the next n ° xt mail H Hnever UP UPt1eTPt Heney4u >
never made an antoe1eet1 ante Antoeleeiloirpreiniw Antoeleeiloirpreiniwto eleetlOit itipromlR itipromlRtOo mkia mkiato
to be b > paid by b poselection post electunin1lucnce electunin1lucnceHe influence influenceHe
He was 118 too honorable honorableSensitive honorableSensitive honorableSensitive
Sensitive as to I Labor abor Attitude AttitudeHe
He ft was a very cty ry sensitive > man when whenis whentis wnenlis
tis is honor h < l or < vis 1R ttalked by b individual individualor
or I pajfi in It rc ctje < tdall fe < ial1y yUien l1 it re
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fleeted art ot nip ni Tttitiile tovrards tfwar s l JaibQi JaibQiI lzboa lzboaI boi boiI
I do mot think that it is generally generallyktprn gcneraUQvn generltkiown
ktprn Qvn that 1 he was as the first man mRnany O Oany c cany
any prominence to stand Omit for laborT laborThat labor laborThat
That T at was back in 1874 when ben the mln mlning inialog
log men in the copper mines of ofSupeiior otfh otfhSUPtli atSuperior
Superior or district is tse tsed d to t get him himhelp t thelp Ui
help them in their troubles troub And Andthen sjjfBf sjjfBfthen j
then he has always aIIa s been a friend friendlabor trf trflabor j <
labor laborOne
One day in Chicago Chlcagodur1ng during the theQimpaign theQmpaign thec4impaign
Qimpaign cf 18 1896 the Democratsgot tnQ ratsgot out auta outcartoon
a cartoon which reprteeted P htetl 111 111Hanna MrElnna 1J 1JBanna
Hanna with the dollar marks m1jrk1 All hl hlhis oVet oVethis l
his clothe and a very vlt VI1a1DOU5 inous c ex expreasion 3 3presskm >
presskm on his face fa 8ft Mtttpg fHtyn op1 op1a on a pffe pffe0f pflehuman pfteot
0f human skulls and bocew bon bOee the latter latterbeing latt lattbeJng latterhieing >
being marked Labor I btiag b Hb the car caricon car carkOO esrILOu
icon on the wall in the room where wherew wherewwu Are Arew weWere
w wu Were re in the habit of eating e eur eurluach pu pulunebou
luach lunebou bf on and nd d dlscussinr 4i uI I < ca o oipign oipignmftttere np p tJur1 igB igBmatters
matters with other men associated a ted tedlIim with vSHihim withhint
him in its management managementHe
He was 8S almost the last la t one to enter eatertba enterthe
the room The other men laughed la a athe at atthe 1
the cartoon The soup bad tiew tiewbrOHght peea peeabrought
brought t in and Mr Hanaa Ha nu was es u 1 the theact theact
act of breaking some crackers intohis intohisbowlwhen i lnt to < b his hisbowiwben s sbOWI
bowlwhen bOWI when be happened d to look up bJUte1j arid aridset 4n 4iid 4iidsee d dsf
set the ca enrti cartopotopaging JJ lmjtaglng on 0Il1 the wnM wnMwhere WH WHwhere
where I had pinned t it It Slowly Slolyrtddy the theruddy thelJddy
ruddy color left his face and nd Jib Jre erew erewthe grew grewthe
the th color of wax We attnoticea an nDtieell notjce Ie IechJ8 thecbmnge he hechange
change chJ8 and kept silent 5U t Tlge maR nt masns masnschin te techin j jebln
chin began to quiver > r And flaaHy th flttears ltj r rtears
tears rolled down his cheeks and anddropped Ii siiddropped <
dropped dfo p off bis chin The cartoon had hadcut had bedcut I Icut
cut him to the quick anything anthtn t tb tbpictured i ipictured j ji jrictulfd i
pictured him as an enemy to orgalteu orgalteulabor orsa orgalttedlabor
labor out ut him awfully awfullyLoyal awtallyI <
p Loyal to His Friends FriendsH1a Fri FriendsHls ps
H1a 1s loyalty loalt to his frieodfe frIeu rl and how howhe ito hot hothe
he stoodUJ stood 6 Mr Ir McKinley > Klnle can bestbe bestbeillustrated b boet be beIllustrated
illustrated by b this Incident Incidentwhich which hich give givea gtTetrue Iyeg Iyega
a true insight into the mansohtLracier mansohtLracierDuring ma manaahtraCtetPurlng buter buterDuring
During that same campAign camptii the thepapers thepapers
papers had aeowped aNII aeeiasedbtm him anHhls ai bother botherof 1 bratlierof 1
of treating the miners ml rs working1 rJt g for rorttJ1J rorttJ1JIn Him Himin htjspIn
in a mont inouman manner maJm mnsther r It w W3 < r rsaid
said among other thing thln that thatthe the corn ctJinl cih cih1I1 cornpary
ary 1I1 l > had built a Jot of hotifes for fortheir fortheir
their men which cost cOSta about ffKV O and andwere anA anAwere ntl ntlwere
were charging cbar ng them about UII 38 p4 p4month vr vrmonth lf lfmonth
month rental And oUter oUterequally thingat thingatequally thnt1equfLlly
equally as a bad badUnbeknown badlnbeknown badUnbeknown
Unbeknown to hlm J i I sent tmr tmrprominent tly0 tly0prominent th4itiprominent
prominent Chicago iaborWg a mea to teJf theSuperior the theSuperior e eSuperIOr
Superior copper cop flelde e1ds tfc jhwftrtl flivftgatethe llvcJ1rfpte llvcJ1rfptethe tete tetethe
the newspaper stories x gp ittbex1L tnom tor torformulate tUformulate hiformulate
formulate a document documentIf fdf l pulittmtiQn pulittmtiQnIf ptftj tI9nJ tI9nJIf
If It was as lii Mr Jr Hanna favgr fa AV wo1Jld wd wdwould < T Twould
would o1Jld publish it over thrniVns th thd m f 1s glgna glgnatures gn gntures na natures
tures without especial e I eomrnent comineltt JjilUng JjilUngthe tLttngthe Uns Unsthe
the facts speak for tM tbCnltt them tt U f the thei tbestories thestories
i stories a as told in the papers pfI b were true tl1 tl1it trueIt
it wa w our intention to itflMi pUbhIh 1tIt1t h the re report fe feort e eIOrtafld ¬
port IOrtafld ort and then defend oursertteg ourserttegThe ourse ourseThe our lg lgTbemen
The Tbemen men were gone about abouts we week weekTheir ftk ftkTheir k kTheir
Their report r port was abeantifmji beautiful tribute to toMr tolr toMr
Mr lr Hanna It containedthe NJlJtBln contained 4 th the st 8 stte sttemont tJR tJRment temEnt
ment among amon other that th the company companybuilt comp4l1bunt eompditybuilt
built the th houses hou the newspapers spoke spokeof SPO SPOof sp1 sp1of
of but gave them to the men rent free freeJf freetf freeIf
Jf a man died leaving a grocery ry bill billunpaid bUlunpaid btilunpaid
unpaid the tb company settled the thecount c ecount ccount
count if a man was as taken tAke ic f k kor k or hurt 1Ud 1prrtthe hurtthe
the company if the occasion a jdetnanttel jdetnanttelit demandd demanddit 1 1It
it It took care re of his family until ti1 he heeeuld beeeuhl hecould
could return to work and never n r pre presented Pft Pftsented peeseated ¬
sented a bill for the doctor < or what the thefamily Utefamily thefamily
family had eaten while Ie the man m nas was in incapacitated IncapacltatecL incpacitated ¬
capacitated capacitatedIt > >
It was a a beautiful tribute to the theman themaR theman
man maR what I have Just t nMnttenea being bel beingbut g gb
vbut b but t a few Ie of the facts fac that I loan cannow cannowrecall can 1l0 1l0recall now nowrecall
recall being but a small portion VOrtl ri oc vOfthereport octhereport oCthereport
thereport the three prominent laboring laboringmen l bolfngmen
men made I made a 3M0 or of o 4030 4 oOO word wordcondensation WordCCndensatJon wordcondensation
condensation ef f the document for the thenewspapers then thenewtpaper
n newspapers WSP peAt At our regular r midday middayluncheon mldd mlddluncheon iuidda4luncheon
luncheon I read the resort which I had hadprepared bKdprepared hadprepared
prepared for the 11len newspapers papertl Mr MrHanna MrHanna lr lrHanna
Hanna knew nothing nolbl of it Jtunlil until I read readit readit
it it When TJaen I got throughhe through JUt asked me mewhat mewhat mewhat
what I was as going to do wfth itWhe itWheI t l1e l1eI
I 1 told him he looked me m squarely in inthe intbe Inthe
I the face fa and said saidYou aidYou midYou
You are going iDg to do nothing of the thekind thekind
kind kindI
kindWe
I We were thunderstruck for 9r it was wasa wa waa
a beautiful reply to 1 the Democratic Democraticnewspaper Democratichewepaper ic icnewspaper
newspaper attacks < upon Mr Ir Hanna Hannaand gart gartand Raiiusand
and his relations towards lalisB the theonly t ton1y theonly
only criticisms wnlc wble1l ey e hfi hiirt t him htmWhen himWhen himWhen
When w wa asked him why 111 ietQuld we could not notuse notuse notuse
use it he said saidI
I dont want w80tany any vindication vindicationWhile Yln vindieatlonhile ication icationWhil
While hile they are abusing me they wl wlnot WtHDOt willnot
not be abuseing abu el1tJ Mr McKinley reKlnle You Youwill Youm Youwill
will m not print a line of that thatAnd tbatAd thatAnd
And we e never Df > < did No o amount Qt Qfpersuasion QtJenmaelen Qtpersuasion
persuasion couldinduce could induce himtp bim hin t tq change changetls clt cltezeUs e
tls mind still it would have saved him himmany himmany hintmany
many a heartache caused eau by thastorfes thastorfesthat th8stor th8storthat thstorthat
that he was an oppressor sor of the labor laboring laboring laborleg ¬
ing man manPrieixdly manFriendly manPriendly
Friendly With Cartoonist CartoonistStrange Ca CartoonistStrange onist onistStrange
Strange as it may ma seem 5efu he aad aadDavenport 1J4 adDavenport
Davenport the great reat cartoonist cartOOD t i4r i4rwarM wirewarm wire Werewarm
warm warm personal friends One Q e eveninaatt eveninaattji een19 een19J1
ji a banquet I sat at t the same table tabJesth tabJesthr with withMr Jth JthMr
Mr r Hanna Mr Davenport was w qtt1so also
present When Y len Mr Hannacaught Ham Hanza cau canht b t nt my myeye myeye Y Yeye
eye he beckoned for me to come over overto oycrto overto
to him which I did saying sayingWhat 1ng 1nghat
What hat strange bedfellows be4 lellow polities politiesmakes politiestrakes politiesmakeo
makes at the same me time pointing oat oatMr outir ut
Mr 1 ir r Davenport He called tHeartist tHeartistover the artist artistover
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over to where he sat taDd and andhim introduced introducedhim fn ue d dhIm
him to me The he two tW men meft Nt at tide ide e by byside byside byside
side throughout the remainder of the theevening Uteev theevening i
evening eveningI ev ning
I could go on for twentyrfour hours hourstelling hourstelling hourstelling I
telling you 011 little things ttfeethf file tIfSe thsewlifeh thsewlifehwould whieh whiehwould wJIiehould
would ould give you a better i6ght i btinto into the thecharacter thecharacter ha hacharacter
character of Mr Hanna He gave gft iota iotaof lot lotof
of money away but always with with the theunderstanding theundetanding theunderstanding t81
understanding that it was as never to be betold bel 1
told He was a great eat friend of General GeneralBooth GeneralBooth GeneralBooth
Booth of the Salvation army and an gave gavehim S8em gavehim
him m more money in proportkm lo his hisiucorpe hiehtcoJpe hislucompe
iucorpe than any other man Tn the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Stated Stat And eachcheck each he when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was forced to give a athe cHecVwas c1tec J Wlt Wltthe > wlthi wlthithe
the promise roml e that he never toldwhere toldwherehe told where wherehe
he got the money As a a ruleif hue j f fcould be hecould becould
could Mr Hanna gave cash c6hto to di1tItyf Crlbras < di1tItyfas
as checks were liable to betrsi Umtvjic Umtvjicwas thntiewas
was as the man who helped hel along the thescheme thescheme thescheme
scheme schemeI
I recall one instance where Mr MrHanna IIHanna MrHanna
Hanna gave a friend unsolicited a acheck 8chfCk acheek
check for tens of tJmu th4usands hds bf bfdollars f fdollars I
dollars one that ran into into six ftbngur81 figures figuresto
to pave him from bankruptcy 3 and die diegrace diegrace I
grace knowing at the lime Jl11Ie that lie liewould liewould I IWould
would never get it back And later he herefused berefUSed lerefused
refused to ask sk that man sot to take the thestump thestump thestump
stump against Mr l r McKinley McKInleyand and IeWas he hewas bewas
was In his lifetime one of the t e most mostI mOtfloquent mosteloquent
I eloquent speakers In tho country co ntJj but buthad buthad
i had gone gooe wrong on the silver question questionfor questf questftOI
for f fdar ar r the man would ould think that he hewas hewas hewas
was making the request because he hehad ltebad hehad
had a few years ears before that given givenhim givenhim givenhint
him that money mone The man waft vasprominent so soprominent so1Ominent
prominent that his opposition might mighthave n1ig11thae mighthave
have made a difference dl < eren with 1tltcnpore more than thanone tllanon thtnend
one on state in the east t but racier than thanhave thKnhae thanhave
have the th man think that he was as under underany UJ1d underany r ran
any an obligations to Ijto him Im Mr Hanna Hannawould Hannawould Hannawould
would not ask him not to t stump the thecountry thecountry he heOUJltry
country < for Mr Ir Bryan when whtnlle lie ktien ktienthe kt kttewthe w wthe
the simple asking would hare stonpejl 8tOPP jl
it It The man later found outthat ou ut Un iit Mr MirHanna
Hanna would ould not ask him for that rea reason reason rcason ¬
son and voluntarily took the th stump
for Mr fr McKinley McKinleyPEBSQJTAIi LeKhtIeyPEBSOhAL
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Miss t Hyam arrived yesterday yent w rdA day from trGmXew fomXew fromNew
Xew York City on a visit bIk to her gittad gittadparentn grft grftpannt giad51flt
parentn 51flt Mr 1 and Airs JL C CPltUUpa CPltUUpaThe Phillip PhillipThe
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The undersigned receiver of tile fKeLace BelAue tileLace
Lace Hotfee te company at Jfos B 23S mnnd mnndSOUth 2 and andsm
2 sm South uut Main street Sail Lake Iakrtffty IakrtfftyVtah ja fifty fiftyUtah 1ty 1tyrtah
Utah will receive bids for the tht stock stockof s stockof k kof
of merchandise mer hondl e store and fiteo f furni furnitftre furnitDre furnitOre
tOre and andftxtures fixtures book accounts accouutsIiqres accouutsIiqresand horses horsesand ltQr eaf eafand
and delivery wagons of the the1leaJIoue the1leaJIoueompany Laca JJouge JJougecompany JJouecompany
company up u to 10 oclock a m mFebru mFebrual Febru Febrimamy February ¬
amy It 1h h 104 to be opened oPQ e4 at t the red creditors ereilitors reditor ¬
itors meeting to be heldaJt hpQ tthe the office ofliceof officeo officeof
of o Charter h8rI Baldwhi referee in bftjlKr bftjlKrmptcy 1a lak lakruptey 1i 1iTUptc
mptcy Commvial bloek blO4 bloe3 > Salt TJBB TJBBCity J ttq l eit e eCItS
City it on that aay aayThe uayT1p ea eaThe
The stKk to41 > vfi ftt br open fof t fotinspeetion fotinspeetionby tips inspection inspectionby eetion eetionby
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Fraternal F Brotherhood BrotherhoodUtah
Utah lodge of the Fraternal Fratem l Brother Erotber1Ioodbeld i ihood Ibooti
hood 1Ioodbeld held a meeting FrIday evening eveningtit eveningtkt eveningthu
tit tkt regular business 6 session being fol followed fotloed folIowed ¬
lowed by a good musical programme programmend programmeend progmammand
end nd a dance Several new applications applicationsfor
for membership were ere received and andlusted andMted
lusted eted upon favorably and one member memberwas n14 memberwas mber mberWM
was admitted upon pon his transfer traD Er eard cardA eardA eardA
A number of visitors were ere present to 10enjoy toenjoy toiijoy
enjoy the social features of the meet meeting meetiQg meetjrg ¬
ing And to meet te members of the theotew thenew the310W
new lodge The lodge intends to tomake tomake tomake
make a change In its time and place of ofmoating oft1nS ofneetIng
moating t1nS which will be announced in inSine inJime In11mb
Sine forthe next meeting Those whotook whotook who whotook
took part in the programme are a Misses MissesLillian MmsesIJntan MissesLIflan
Lillian James Belle Quinn and Isabelle IsabelleHiggins I IsabehheHiggine
Higgins and John James b U B Davies DaviesW DaviesW i iW
W B E Jenkins J and H S Harper HarperA I IA
A O UW UWBasle U ITWEghe W WRagle
Basle Gate lodge No 10 had a well wellattended w wellzitendeil l1 l1a1tenMd
attended PI srssbn > ssiaa last Wednesday There Therere Therenow
re now nine candidates ready read for itt initiation irJUation itttit1on ¬
tiation and on next meeting night the theflagrcs tbed the4agre
flagrcs d gr < will ut be conferred upon a class classof lassof classof <
of ten or twelve with about seven more moreready morerEJld7 morefur
ready for to examination examln tion This Thi lodge has haschallenged hascb hascimfthletiged
challenged cb Ue Jged Salt Lake Valley lodge No NoIS
IS 1 to a contest for new members Dm n which whichis whichis hich hichis
is to continue for sixty days com comnfenclns cornfleuclng om omnteRdng
nfenclns Feb IS the losing lp J1g lodge to toprovide toproWe toprovide
provide a banquet for the winning one oneThe one7be oneThe
The challenge chanen has been accepted acceptedX a acceptedNext cepted ceptedNext
X Next xt Wednesday Vedne d9y the Ogden brothers brothersexpect brotherst brothersexpect
expect t to pay p8 this lodge a fraternal fraternalvisitation raternalvleltation fraternal1sitation
visitation and last advices adI S from there therepay theretbey theresay
pay they are coming about seventy seventyStrong seentstrong seventysfAong
Strong strongLadies
Ladies of the Maccabees MaccabeesThere MacoabeesThere ImlaeoabeesThere
There will be regular r review of Salt SaltL saltIake SaltLake
L Lake ke City Hive No 4 Tuesday evening eveningFebruary eenlngFebruarylB evening14ebruarltlt
February FebruarylB 16 and all members mem 18 are re rejjieted reqjle reqlmeted
qjle jjieted ted t to be present Visitors wel welaome welme wetSome
Some SomeBanner aomeBanner me meBanner
Banner Hive No o 11 will hold its itsregular itsregular Itsregular
regular review at S p m February 17 17I 1 1The 17The
I The Hive will 11I give a Valentine card cardsocial cardSiJeIa1 cardsocial
social in Odd Fellows Fell s hall All Macca Maccabees Maccabees Iacabees ¬
bees and friends are invited Last LastTuesday LutTuesds1o LastTuesday
Tuesday the three hives united in giv giving giving girbig ¬
ing a reception to the state commander commanderand
and deputy commander April 2 the thesupreme the9UI theunreme
supreme 9UI > reme commander and supreme re record record record ¬
cord keeper airs Holllster and Miss MissWest MissWest l1sgVest
West will visit the hives to initiate a aclass acia aclass
class cia
Knights of Pythias PythiasAt P thiasAt PthiasAt
At the regular meeting of Rocky RockyMountain RO RockyMountain < ky kyIounudn
Mountain Lodge rod No No3last 3 last Thursday Thursdayevening Thuftldayee Thursdayetenimig
evening ee hi John P Meakin entertained entertainedthoee entertainedfboe entertainedthose
those present with an address on The TheGood TheGood TbeGood
Good of the Order in its relation to tomankind tomtmklnd tomitnktnd
mankind in general The applKat apphhalion apphhalionfur ions ionsfor ionltor >
for membership mlfml t rshlp of William A Brown Brownand Brownand Brownand
and Samuel S E Hefty were w re read and andreferred andrderred andriferred
referred to the proper committee They Theywill Theywin Theywill
will probably be initiated into the first firstrank firstrank firstrank
rank next Thursday evening eveningBrotherhood eYenigBrotherhood eveningBrotherhood
Brotherhood of American Yeoman YeomanSalt YeomanSalt YeomanSalt
Salt Lake homestead 1132 Brother Brotherhood Brot Brotherhood her herhood
hood of American Yeomen meets every everyMondaynight eeryMonda everyMonday
Mondaynight Monda Monday night at it its hall in the Jen Jennlngs Jenntl1gs Jenflings
flings block Last Monday night ten tenapplications terapplications tenapplications
applications were received and three threecandidates threecand1dutes threecandidates
candidates initiated Tonight seven sevencandidates sevencandidates en encandJ
candidates candJ ates will thi be initiated Washing Washingtons Washingtons Washingtons ¬
tons birthday Monday evening Feb Febz
22 z 2 the homestead hom led will give another anotherdance aroItherdance artherdance
dance
Loyal Americans AmericansSalt
Salt Lake assembly No 320 Loyal LoyalAmericans LoyalAmericane LoyalAmericans
Americans met last Friday evening eveningSeveral eenlngSeeral eveningSeveral
Several applications for membership membershipwere mem membershipwere rshtp rshtpwere
were received and flve candidates were wereiititated werelrtUated wereiflItated
iititated Arrangements were made for fora fora fora
a dance to be given Iven Friday Frida evening eveningFeb eveningFeb
Feb 26 to which whl h all friends are in invited illvited invited ¬
vited vitedThe vitedTbe vitedThe
The next regular session will be held heldFeb l1eJdFeb heldFeb
Feb 10 9 at which there will be business businessof buslr 9S 9SoC
of importance importanceWomans importanceWomans ImportanceWomans
Womans Belief Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpsThe
The Ji B So McKea XcKsttWR W K C will give givea I IC
a card hlparty party in Its hall at 3 p m Wed Wednesday WedrIosday VedDe ¬
nesday De Feb 34 34Mrs 4IrS 4 4Mth
Mrs IrS Sperry of 72 72t East Third South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street will entertain the George R RMaxwell RI HMaxwell
Maxwell I xwell W R C and their friends friendsat
at a valentine party this evening Mc Mcfvcau Mcfcat c cReal
Real corps and visiting yf ttfntl sisters are in invited Invlled Invited ¬
vited
Royal Arcanum ArcanumAs
As a means of spending pe the surplus surplusin
in Its treasury Salt Lake council No No1M7
1517 1 17 will m give a a series of musical and andliterary andJJterary andliterary
literary entertainments accompanied accompaniedby acco ted ted1w
by refreshments The first of these thesesmokers thetesmokers thesesmokers
smokers will be giver at the lodge l hall hallI hallThUDSd hailThousday
I Thtiusday ThUDSd Feb25 Feb z5 immediately immediat ly after 4fter Cter a ai a5hort ashort
i short business session sessionI e2S1onXnights seinghte
I Knights ghte of the Maccabees
State Commander Grey organize organizea
a tent at Mt t Pleasant PleasantDeputy Ple PleasantDeputy At AtDeputy
Deputy State Commander Harring BarringtonisorganizIng Harrington ¬
ton tonisorganizIng is organizing tents at Stockton and andOphlr andOphlr andOphir
Ophlr OphlrSalt OphlrSalt OphirSalt
Salt Lake Tent No 2 had a card cardparty cardparty cardparly
party last Thursday evening The Theuniform Theuhhform
uniform rank was in evidence e1dence1l0yal evidenceRoyal
Royal Neighbors of America AmericaThe AmericaThe
The local lodge meets every Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day do night in Modern Woodman hall hallAll hallAll
All member are requested requea ted to attend attendFebruary attendFebruary attendFebruary
February SO Nand and assist a in starting a adegree adegree
degree degr e team and help to make a social socialFebruary socialFebruary socialFebruary
February 37 7 a success successDegree SUCCeBDegree successDegree
Degree of Honor HonorAt HonorAt HonorAt
At a meeting meetingof of the Degree De ee of Honor Honorlast Honorlast Honorlast
last Tuesday Tuesd y evening eveDl an address was wasdelivered wasdelivered wasdehivered
delivered by b State Organizer Flory Floe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the A O U W WThe WThe r rTho
The lodge will gfcre 1e a mask social socialFebruary socialFebroary socialFebruary
February FebroaryImproved 23 23Improved L LImproved
Improved Order of R REd d Men MenWaahakio MenTaI5baki MenlVashakie
Waahakio TaI5baki tribe No 1 met Monday Mondaydisposed Mondayevening Ionda Iondaveni
evening veni YartoJgirouun Vartos 1routine matters were weredisposed 1
disposed of and nd the he adoption degree degreeconferred degreeconferred degreeconferred
conferred on a paleface This evening eveninghe even ins inshe
the he warriors degree d will Ill be conferred conferredSwedish conferredSwedish conferredSwedish
Swedish Brotherhood BrotherhoodThe
The Swedish Brotherhood of America Americamet Americamet Americamet
met last Friday night to elect a new newpresident ne neprotlident newpresident
president Axel Ax l St Stehe > ete 1e was chosen to toI
I fill the vacancy of Ludwig Lew former formerpresident formerprcskJent formerpresident
president of the brotherhoodwho brotherhood who re reI resned mesIgned
I sIgned
e et etA
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles PilesItching PilesItohlng PilesItching
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding ProtrudingPiles ProtrudingPiles Protrudingfhles
Piles Your druggist will refund money moneyif
if PAZO OINTMENT OI T IENT fails to cure you youIn yoUIn youIn
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Kirks Isle of Violet Household HouseholdAmmonia lIouseholdAmmonia HouseholdAmmonia
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brown all double fold and 27 7 ana anaao anninches
80 inches ineh wide ide regular n gular values 15c 15cand 15cand lIeand
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3 hours only at per yard yardLimit yardLimit yardLimit
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This Morning From 9 to 12 12SPECIAL 12SPECIAL 12SPECIALl
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stoat DIO t popular style medium mediumweight mediumweis mediumweight
weight t trimmed with pearl but buttons OOttone huttons ¬
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and white light blu blue and wnte wntebrown wftflebrown fte ftebrown
brown and white Ate or an wMto wMtocheap wiattcheap wtecheap
cheap at 150 150 all new patterns patternsfor
for the above 3 hour houn at the thecrowdbringing thecrowdbringing thecrowdbringing
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