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4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY rrHl THiH RspAY > SVtiI i04 APRIL APR 28 1904
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COCHRAN AND DALZELL DALZELLTHAT DALZELLTHAT DALZELLIiAT
THAT IiAT WAS A RATHER ferocious ferociousdebate feroolousdebate ferociousdebate
THAT
debate in which Representatives Dar Darzf Daly Dalyz >
2 zf ° H and Cockran participated on Tues Tuesday Tuesua Tuesday ¬
day ua in the house Mr lr Dalzell flatly flatlyarfused flatlyapu flatlyar
ar arfused apu used ed Mr Cockran of selling his in influence influpnce inftuence ¬
fluence even v en his vote to the Republi Republican ¬
can an national committee in 1885 1SO It is laa isR Isa
a well known fact that Mr Ir Cockran Cockranlid Cockrandid
lid take the stump against Bryan in in3vtJ
3vtJ 1 and the chances are that he votedagainst voted votedfainf votel8ain
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against t thc they > Democratic Dfmc rfltlc nominee nominee for forthr forthe forthe
the presidency that year ear He denies deniesthat deniesthut deniesthat
that he was paid for it however and andhr andthf andthe i
the hr accusation acu tion that he was comes with withpoor withpnnr withrnrr
poor grace from a representative of of11ir o onu ofthe
the party that made n1adethe the purchase if ifa ifEt ifa
a purchase was made madeMr madeIr madeMr
Mr Ir Oofkran showed his resourceful resourcefulru resourcefulh4
h4 ru rl s 4 when in concluding a fieryspeech fieryspeechf fier3osp ech echtr
tr f denial he offered a 8 resolution pro providing projling prov ¬
viding v din for a special committee to in invrstlgate inVrstlgate
vrstlgate sligate the charge har e against hfm He Hevrry Hery HeVery
Very ry well well said that If I the thecharle charge is istrue Istrue Istrue
true he should be expelled from the thehous thel1JuCf thehouse
house hous o if it is untrue the man whomade whomade who whomade
made it should be expelled Charges Chargesf
< f this character are are bandied about thehouse the thehouse
house holU e with altogether too much free freedni freednrn freed I
dni d m It was high hi h time somebody was wasIffrrrd wasrtfttd wascffrtcd
Iffrrrd an opportunity to prove one of ofth oCthm ofthm
th thm > m mThe r rThe
The he Republicans TIt > IJUbJican however yesterday yesterdayrefused yesterdayrefused cstcrda3orpuol
refused rpuol > d to paws the Cockran resolution resolutionIf
If I they had passed ptl ed it it would have re rejultfd reu1t reultrd
jultfd u1t in an almost ftlm t Interminable in inquiry inquiry Inquiry ¬
quiry that could not have failed in the thern thefnd theend
rn end < J to place the Republican party ina in ina Ina
a Tory pry bad light with reference to th thcampaign thti thtimpan i itmpalgn
campaign mpan of 1806 The Democrats Democratsmight Democratsmight Democratsmight
might have proved that an immense immenseamount immenseamount immenseamount
amount of money was used U d In defeat defeating defeating defeatIng ¬
ing Bryan They might have shown shownthat shownt shownthat
that t rash wan 118 poured out like water waterIn waterin waterin
In several ffn ral of the doubtful states stat s that thatshakers that8pfakers thatstreakers
shakers were hired for defining definingamounts deonl deonlamunt deflntamount
amounts to stump the country countr for McKinley Mc McKlnley Ic IcKlnlp
Klnley Klnlp and that in some instances instancesvotos 1l1 inancesetas tanc tancqtfOS
votos qtfOS were purchased purchasedOn
On the other hand It would oulc1 have havelufn havelllpn haveb
lufn b c n extremely difficult for the Repub RepublUans nepub1i Republicans
lUans 1i am to prove that Mr Ir Cockran ac accfptrd acptNI aec
cfptrd c ptNI any money for his services servIc for forMtKinley forIKinle forMcKinley
McKinley IKinle If they t y had made a serious eeriouseffort frerIouscrort seriouseff
effort eff art to prove it they would have havesimply havesimply havesimply
simply been trying tr lng to convict them themselves themsdves themsclves ¬
selves of giving bribes But in spite spiteof spitef spiteof
of < f the fate of the resolution It I itp intro introduction Introdudi introduetI ¬
duction dudi n will at least have the effect of ofmaking ofmaking ofmaking
making representatives repr ntatles more careful in intheir Intheir intheir
their utterances s They The will not be so solikfly soJikly solikely
likely to accuse one another of illegiti JlIegitlmat dilegittmate illegitimate ¬
mate transactions if they know they theynrf theyan theyan
nrf an likely to be called on to produce producethe producethr producetlu
the proof
WOMEN AS JURORS JURORSA JUfJORSA JUFlORf9WRITER
A WRITER TIITER in a recent Issue ssue s uc of the thaNation thQXa
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11 Nation Xa National liona Magazine makes a plea pleafor pleafor pleafor
for woman Jurors The writer Ida IdaHusted IdaHusted IdaRusted
Husted Harper believes evener Justice JusticeVUld justicerlulrJ justicen
VUld n rlulrJ uld be done in all cases if women womenserved womensNpd womenh
h served on juries Now Xo we have the thegreatest ther thegreatest
greatest r + at > 8t poeeible f 8C le respect for women in inpI InIll Inall
pI fa aparitles pafi ties but we doubt very try much muchif
if they would ould as a rule make good goodjurors goodjurJrs goodjurors
jurors The average aera e woman Is very verymudi veryTI1Uh verynru
nru mudi h more emotional than theaverage theaverageman
man On that point we hardly think thinkthere thinkth1 thinkth
there th1 th re can an be any argument argumentWomen argumentVnmpn argumentWomen
Women are very vel much more apt to tot toIr
Ir f t their sympaties run away awa with withthem withthr withthm
them thr > m than men and this is not to the thenisredit thtHrNllt theAli
nisredit Ali redit of women omen either But in a aurt aurt aurt
urt of 0 r law sympathy for oneside one slde or orn ornt ortr
n nt tr thcr h < r should not except in extreme extremeci ex extremecls eme emeCl
ci cls s that may ma be imagined have a aT1 aT at
T1 T JHT place pla Juries do not nt > t always alwa j deal dealr dealrut
PI rut r > it equal and exact justice ju ttce but they theyshould they theyhuld theyiiould
should It te l not fair to say thatthe thatthearge thatthea
a arge 1 rg female Jury would ould be governed governedf
± f p 4 > closely by the law and the evidence evidenceiis
iis IS the 11 average a ra < < e male Jury JuryWith juryWith juryWith
With all due deference d CercJiee to our women womenfriMl womenfr omen omen1
fr friMl i n < 1 = we edot dent mind saying that with withhpm withom withmp
pm om gy mp < women omn the beet D 8t looking lawyer lawyerv
S v i jl l always win the most J o t Interesting interesUngki
1 king ki ng litigant would invariably get gettli g gattin t tH
tli tin > verdict prd < t the pale wan In defendant defendantvuld deCendantuld
vuld Auld be acquitted regardless of law lawci lawUI lawud
ci UI ud 1 evidence This te 8 not true ofrall braliw ofrallwomen o an anwnmn
women w mFn or even of a considerable prhortiun pr prjortjon p pIrtion
jortjon of them but it is true of of otsome otsomeWomen some someWomen somWomen
Women would not do as jurors in n crim erimlnat criminal crimInal ¬
inal cases because beettu e of their sofjheart sofjheartcdtvss 8Oheart 8Ohearte11S8 softheartellnss
cdtvss e11S8 Do Dose anybody seriously believe believethat belleethat believethat
that in Utah for instance tw twelve We wo wonicn nonun o onlen
nun could be found who would ould oulddmn c o od p pdmn
dmn d mn a criminal to the death chair chair jio jiohvitter o on ori
hvitter n Cf ttter tter what his crime sfjf sfjfWe itVe n n1Ve
We would not noUn insult thewomen of ortb ortbJtatt thetate the theMate
Mate by suggesting that there Is a pos pasibiltty possibility pOflibllity ¬
sibility of an lin affirmative answer nser to the thequestion theqUf theduestion
question qUf tion There art a at other reasons reaso e wliy wliyomen w yomen y yomen
omen should not serve serve Hr generally ener lly as asjuror s sjurorfll sjuror
juror In some criminal cases the thejuries thejtrje4 thejuries
juries are kept together sometimes for forr torpks fornneks
nneks r eks on end Mixed juries In such suchvases suchtnses Iuchef
vases < ef would of course b be impossible impossibleand
and if all the members were ere women an analmost analmo analmost
almo almost t unbearable hard hardship hip would be beworked benrktd benw
worked nw rked upon them Again in many manycases manyS manycaws
cases S the evidence te of such a char charitf charRtr chara
itf Rtr a fer r that no woman should be permit permitt
t + 11 i to Helen to it itla ItIa itIt
la It some cases such as the disposi disposition dlspomtillil dispoeltiuu ¬
tion of children as asu U > who te the proper properperson properJfnn properperson
person to cure for a child there te no noQuestion nuqu noquestion
Question qu gt1on but that women would make makebetter makeb4 makebutter
better b4 > ttr jurors than ihan menbecausethoir menbecausethoirexperience men because their tholrExp theirxp2rience
experience Exp rience has been larger But speak speakiij speaki1g speaki
i iij i1g i g generally Jury workis work Is wonk for forJITI forn
i min n The averagewoman has node nodei no de deto
i to Ht It on a jury The WEft maj ma maj maj
j sty ty arc perfectly willing to let the
R Then
man bearthts b t itl t1furd tiurdeii it WH ltfClfitiin tfflt6n = fftaa fftaafind Q n1
find plenty of womanly wom nly wprk p11k to do in inother Inother inother
other lines linesAFTER linesAFTER linesAFTER
AFTER THE THEPAPER PAPERTRUST PAPERTRUSTlean TRUST TRUSTR
R EPR SJ1 SENTA TAT 11VES > of r thb trlb Ame 1melean I
> lean I An Newspaper PuTjlisharsYasso PuTjlisharsYassoclation Publishers assn assnclaUou
clation have called cae on the attorney gen general se seeral geti getieral ¬
eral with a request that he proceed proceedagainst proceeda proceedagainst
against a alnst the paper trust tru a combinationthat combination combinationthat
that absolutely controls the paper mar market market market ¬
ket with special reference to news nevsprint newsprint
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print paper of the country The attor attorney attorMY attorney ¬
ney general said he would order an in investigation ¬
vestigation and andIl If he found the th charges chargescould c chargesCould aIloS aIloScould
could be substantiated 8ub tanUated he would lust institute ¬ i iluteproceedlnJ5unOor Ilute
lute luteproceedlnJ5unOor proceedlns proceedings under the Sherman Shermanantitrust Sharmanantitrust Shermanantitrust
antitrust law la ItVili not be very hard hardfor I Ifor Ifor
for Mr tr Knoxto Knox to find enough enoitgh evidence evidenceof
of the existence of this trust to war warrant warrant warrant ¬ I
rant a prosecution prosecutionEvery PI prosecutionEvery scuUon I Iery
Every ery newspaper publisher knows knowsthat knowsthat knowsthat
that he is entirely at the mercy mercyof merc3oof mercyof
of the paper trust All of them themknew themI themknew themknew I
knew that the trust has sold news newsprint newsprint
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print paper abroad < < 1 for less with withfreight withfreight withfreight
freight charges paid than t an it will willsell willseU willsell
sell the same article for at home The Thetrust Thetru Thetrust
trust tru t by limiting production and an by bysending bysending bysending
sending paper abroad created an arti artificial artificial artificial ¬
ficial famine here and pushed the price priceof
of paper up l P to a notch commensurate commensuratewith
with its greed leel There is no competi competition cOJ11peUUon competition ¬ I
tion nor any hope of competition be because beCaUlie because ¬
cause the trust tru t controls all the wood woodpulp wootpulp woodpulp
pulp timber in the country and practi practically practicahly ¬
cally call all the paper mills millsThe millsThe
The combination is in restraint of oftrade ottrade oftrade
trade and Is clearly in violation of the theShcrYnan theShetJ11an theSherman I
Sherman act And it is a more danger dangerous ¬
ous organization than many people peopleseem peopleseem peopleseem
seem to think It increases the cost of ofevtery ievery I IeUer
every eUer newspaper in the land to the thepublisher thepublisher thepublisher
publisher and by that much handi handicaps handicaps ¬
caps the publisher in giving the people peoplethe peoplethe peoplethe
the beet be possible service The news newspaper newspaper ¬
paper paper is all that many man citizens read readFrom readFrom
From It they get their ideas of what is isgoing isgoing isgoing
going on in the world from it they theyform
t
form their opinions To restrict the theefficiency th theefficiency e
efficiency mcien of the newspaper is to limit limitthe llmitthe limitthe I
the education of the masses massesA
A i Imple method of disrupting the thepaper thepAper thepaper
paper trust yvould o111tJ be for congress cO 1gress to toremove toremove toremove
remove the tariff from wood pulp pulpThrough pulpTbrough pulpThrough
Through this tariff the trust has grown grownand grownand grownand
and flourished If it were removed in independent independent ¬
dependent dependent mills could and would be bebuilt bebuilt bebuilt
built and the trust would be given givencompetition givencomIletlUoM givencompetition
competition Independent mills are not notpossible notp088ible notpossible
possible now because with its vast vastlocal vastlocal ast astlocal
local supply of o wood pulp the trust trustcould trustcould trustcould
could far undersell an independent indepandentmanufacturer Indepllndentmanufacturer independentmanufacturer
manufacturer and still make a profit profitStill profitStili profitStill
Still If Mr Ir Knox Kn x acts acts earnestly and andenergetically andenergetlcalJ30 andenergetically
energetically in this matter he will be beable beable beable
able to toaecompllsh accomplish a vast ast deal of Org09d Org09d1t otgoodWATER good goodWATER
1t 1tW
WATER W A ER POWER AND COAL COALIT COALIT COALT
T IS HIGH TIME the world was wa be beginning beginning beginning ¬
IT
ginning to economize on coal co l thinks thinksan
an n editorial writer In the Electrical ElectricalWorld Electricalorld ElectricalWorld
World orld and nd Engineer Engin er Plenty of con consumers con con4Umel1S consumers ¬
sumers are trying trJn as hard as they theyknow th thknow theyknow
know how ho to economize o on coal coal now nowbut nowbut nowbut
but thats because of the size of f their theirbills theirbi1Js theirbills
bills The World and Engineer man manthinks manthinks manthinks
thinks economy should be practiced be because b bcause because ¬
cause there Is a likelihood that the coal coalsupply coalSUIpl coalsupply
supply will give out He doesnt predict pre predict predict ¬
dict this as aa a possibility los bmt3o of o the near nearfuture nearfuture nearfuture
future but buthc he knows it is surely coming com coming coming ¬
ing some time and for f r that reason every everyavailable everyavailable i iaa1lable
available water power should be de developed developed ¬
veloped and brought info use He says saysWe sa saVe saysWe I
We are burning burn In our coal oxtravagantly oxtrava extravagantly = ¬ I Ig8nt13o
gantly without with ut thought of the future futureOur futureOur 1 1Our
Our methods are little more than bar barbarous barbarous ¬ j
barous For instance we use electric electriclights electriclights i ilights
lights lavishly without stopping to toconsider toconsider i iconsIder
consider that only a fraction of 1 per percent percent percent
cent of the energy of out coal is actual actually actually ¬ i il
ly l turned into useful use ullght light and an every everypound everypo i ipond
po pound nd of coal burned subtracts just justthat jUgtthat justthe
the that much from the resources of the thecountry thecountr3o thecountry
country Coal once used is gone for forever forever forever ¬
ever while a waterpower Is inexhaus inexhaustible Inexhaustible inexhaustible ¬
tible if l properly protected The Th point pointof
of view iew usually taken today does not notseem notseem notseem
seem to be right rightExperts rightExperts rightExperts
Experts have figured that allowing allowingfor
for a natural increase in the number numberof
of factories entailing a L like increase increasein
in the consumption of coal the present presentavailable presentaal1able presentavailable
available supply of the country will willlast will18st willlast
last same hundreds of o years ears He is a aphilanthropist a aphilanthrOIlst aphilanthropist
philanthropist indeed then who looks looksthat looksthat looksthat
that far into the future and lies awake awakenights awakenllht5 awakenights
nights to worry worr It is well enough to tohave tohave tohave
have a reasonable amount of care for forthe forthe forthe
the welfare of those who will follow followus
us on this terrestrial ball but butwe we have havelooked haelooked havelooked
looked after ourselves o rsehcs pretty well and andour andour andour
our descendants may be depended < upon uponto uponto uponto
to do likewiseThe likewise likewiseThe IIke lse lseThe
The early earl 30 settlers In this country countryburned countryburned ountryburned
burned nothing but wood They man managed manI managed ¬
aged to keep themselves them lves comfortable comfortableto
I to cook their meals and to live hap happily happl1 happily ¬
pily pl1 with Ith wood ood as fuel Later coal was wasdiscovered wasdiscovered wasdiscovered
discovered ufachinery ria hlnerY was Invented Inventedfactories inentedCActorles inventedfactories
factories and mills sprang up every everywhere everywhere everywhere ¬
where and the use of wood ood as fuel f l be became became became ¬
came practically obsolete Now water waterpower waterpOwer waterpower
power is coming comlngInto into more general use usenot u unot usenot
not specially from rom n desire to save coal coalbut coalbut coalbut
but because bec < < uee once installed it is cheap cheaper ¬
er than coal Our ur descendants may find findsomething find80nethln findsomething
something 80nethln for themselves that will be bebetter bebetter bebetter
better than either coal or waterpower waterpowerWell waterpowerWttli aterpowervJ
Well vJ let I t them figure It t out outMrs out1ZIII outMrs
1ZIII 1ZIIIlrll
Mrs lrll Coulter will m not be b permitted permittedto
to read a paper before the General GeneralFederation GeneralFflIelation GeneralFedetatlon
Federation of Womens clubs at St StLouis StLotUs StLouis
Louis because she voted for Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot Which indicates that even in inpolitics inpolitics Inpolitics
politics things tbl 1iS occasionally come back backto backto backto
to plague u uPeople us 18
GII GIIPeople a aPeople
People who bo are inclined to utter sharp sharpcriticisms sharpcrIticisms sharpcriticisms
criticisms of our baseball team should shouldremember shouldremember shouldremember
remember that bad beginnings often oftenmake oftenmake
I make good endings Two defeats do not notnecessarily notnecessarly notnecessarily
necessarily indicate Indic te that we are going goingto goingto
to land at the bottom of the heap this thisyear thisear thisyear
year ear
yearMr II IIlr
Mr lr Giteon wants ants to know knoW whether whetherCarbon whetherCarbon whetherCarbon
Carbon county count is I in America or Siberia SiberiaSome SiberIaSome SiberiaSome
Some neople are inclined to think it la lain laIn ii iiin
in neither that the proper address addressconsists a1dressconsists addressconsists
consists of o a very er short word beginning beginningwith beginningith beginningwith
with ith an h and ending with an I IDistance V VDistance 1JDistance
Distance makes mas a lot df difference differenceThe dltr differenceThe renc renclhe
The report of a mine aeeldeilt in Jo Johannesburg j jI Johannesburg ¬
hannesburg South S < Juth Africa rIca In which whichfortythree whIchfortthrH whichfortythree
I fortythree lives were lost is worth worthonly worthonl3o worthonlyy
only six lines in th tIle American news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers The killed were all natives nativesCongress naUesCongresB nativesCongress
Congress is due to adjourn today We Wecannot Wecannot Va Vacannot
cannot say SO that we y will mark itspassing its itspassing itapftsslng
passing with regret It hasnt boon boonvery 0001ery beenvery
very ery much of ofa a congress consr even for a aRenublican aResubllcan aRefjbllean
Renublican congress congressSo
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So Senator Smoot Is going to take an anactive antlVe anaetive
active tlVe part partin in maKing Republican R nom nominations nom nomInations nominations ¬
inations in Utah this yoar Dear dear dearsome dearme dearsome
some me people nev neir never r setm to know when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they have enough enoughStill enoughi enoughStill
i 1
I Still let usnot us us of t be discouraged Itmay It Itmay Itmay
may rain today tuda
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fe f Tones ones Forces Captured CapturedTelepathic CapturedTelepathIc CapturedTelepathic
Telepathic Message MessageSplice MessageSplice IcssaeSplice
Splice Utah April 27 2iAgain Again has hasSheriff has hasSherlrr hasSheriff
Sheriff Blllsox displayed the utmost utmostheroism utmostheroism utmostheroism
heroism and proved himself blm lr to be bemaster bemaster bemaster
master of higher military strategy strategyYesterday strategyYesterday strategyYesterday
Yesterday Sheriff Blllsox and his gallant gal gallant gallant ¬
lant men overcame overcam and captured the theentire theenUre theentire
entire Jones lIghting force tor e and saved savedcountless savedcountless savedcountless
countless lives in Splice It was early earlyin earlyIn
in the forenoon when Sheriff Billsoxspikets Billsoxs Billsoxspickets Billsoxspickets I
pickets fell back on the reserves at atthe atthe atthe
the edge of the encampment with the thereport thereport thereport
report that Hlntthe the enemy were advancing advancingin
in force Sheriff Blllsox at once re repaired repaired repaired ¬
paired to his cave after issuing IfISllin orders ordersfor ordersfor ordersfor
for a reconnaissance < e The scouting scoutingparty scoutingparty scoutingparty
party returned and reported that sev several se seeral several ¬
eral divisions were advancing The Theattacking Th Thattacking Theattacking
attacking force consisted of Mother MotherJones MotherJones
Jones Mrs oIlS Jones Agitator Jones Old OldLady OldLady OldLady
Lady Jones Organizer Jones Quaran Quarantined Quarantined Quarantined ¬
tined Jones and the Jones woman of ofWest ofWest
West Virginia After the scouting scoutingparty scoutingpart scoutingparty I
party had reported rcportedto to Sheriff Billsox Bl11s > ox he heImmediately heImmedlatily heimmediately
Immediately ordered a sortie The com companys companys companys ¬
panys forces formed In n echelon and andadvanced andadvanced I Iadanced
advanced Detective Snores command commanded ¬
ed the right wing Attorney Whiffet Whiffetthe Whiffettthe Vhltretfthe
the left and Judge Pyre the center The TheJones TheJones TheJones
Jones forces still maintaining their for formation formation formation ¬
mation swung southward through the thesagebrush thesagebru thesagebrush
sagebrush h in an ap effort to flank the sher sheriffs sherIfrs sherIffs ¬
iffs force and capture the implement implementhouse implementhouse implementhouse
house where the prisoners are l re confined confinedThe confinedrhe confinedThe
The sheriffs force anticipated this thismove thl thlmove thismove
move and massed against the county countyjail countyja1l countyjail
jail pouring a pitiless fire of language languageinto lanruageinto languageInto
into the invaders The firewas fire was direct directed dlrcclcd directed ¬
ed chiefly against the enemys center centerwhich centerwhich centerwhich
which soon became weakened Detec Detective Detective Detective ¬
tive Snores from his position osltlon inside the thejail theja1l thejail
jail ordered a charge The patriotic patrioticemployes patrioticemlo patrioticemployes
employes emlo es of the company dashed for forward forward forward ¬
ward with a loud lou battle shout Taken Takenby Takenbr Takenby
by surprise the Jones forces wavered waveredfor waveredfor
for a moment mom > nt and then fell back In Inconfusion in inconfusion inconfusion
confusion to Main street where wl1 re a stand standwas slandwas standwas
was made Attorney Whiffett hirrett with his hisartillery nlsartl11er hisartillery
artillery took a position west of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court houseand house and by a welldirected en enfilading enntadlng enfilading ¬
filading fire of meaningless legal legalphrases legalphruses legalphrases
phrases greatly distressed the already alreadyshattered alread30shattered alreadyshattered
shattered ranks of Joneses The Jones Jonesforces Joneorcs Jonesforces
forces orcs managed to hold the position but buta
a short shortUme time before being obliged to fall fallback Callback fallback
back again making the last stand at atthe atthe I Ithe
the back door of the boarding house houseHere houseHere 1 1Here
Here it became apparent that the invaders in invaders ¬ 1 1vaders
vaders suffered from famine as evi evidenced evidenced evidenced ¬
denced by b a request for something to toeat toeat toeat
eat arid a drink of water waterYhUe While the theJones theJones theJones
Jones forces had their face buried in ina ina
a 0 sandwich which temporarily obscured ob obscured obscured ¬
scured vision the full strength of the thecompany thecompan theiompany
compan company fell on them with the greatest greatestimpetuosity greatestimpetuosity greatestImpetuosity
impetuosity The Jones forces at once oncehoisted oncehoisted oncehoisted
hoisted the white flag and surrendered surrenderedunconditionally surrendereduncondltlonalb surrenderedunconditionally
unconditionally They The are now in the thewomans thewomans thewomans
womans cell at the jail and will be beconvicted beconvicted beconvicted
convicted of criminal libel as soon as asthe asthe asthe
the judge gets the complaint framed framedup framedup
up upThis This marks the end of armed resist resistance resistance resistance ¬
ance to the highminded company and andall andall andall
all Is well Sheriff Billsox is well wellpleased wellplea wellpleased
pleased plea d with the glorious victory ietor3o and andexpects andexpects andexpects
expects the company companywlll will immediately immediatelyreplace Immedlatebreplace immediatelyreplace
replace the shoes he wore out in trav traveling travoling traveling ¬
eling to and from his cave caveIt caveIt caveIt
It develops that Killsom has been beenwriting beenwrlUng beenwritingto
writing writingto to the papers again and he will willtherefore willtQererore brilltherefore
therefore be shot at sunrise sunriseA
A wonderful stream is the river KawThat Kaw KavThat KawThat
That flows by b the town of o K C CFor CFor CFor
For one day da the water is up to your yourjaw yourjaw yourjaw
jaw jawAnd jawAnd jawAnd
And the next day up to your our knee kneeDyspepsia kneeDyspepsia kneeDyspepsia
Dyspepsia Tablets TabletsStill TabletsStiJJ TabletsStill
Still in view of the fact that rela relatives ¬
tives of o the majority of the inmates of ofthe oftherefonn ofthreform
the therefonn reform school aro happy to have the thfcinmates theInmates thhInmates
inmates right where they the are we do donot donot donot
not look for a concerted effort to de depopulate depopulate depopulate ¬
populate the institution under ni er the re recent recent recent ¬
cent ruling of Judge Morse MorseConsidering MorseConsidering rorseConsidering
Considering that this is a campaign campaignyear campaigear campaignyear
year ear the authorities can afford to be belenient belenlent belenient
lenient to the men arrested for pulling pullingfour pullingfour pullingfour
four miles of wire off telephone poles polesAll polesAll polesAll
All we have to do is to let l t Manager ManagerCooper ManagerCooper ranagerCooper
Cooper of the directory company alone aloneand aloneand aloneand
and New X > York will 111 be a water tankompared tank tankcompared tankcompared
compared < < to Salt Lake In a few years yearsIf yearsl yearsIf
If l the Japs will let the Russian war warships wart wartships wartships
ships get out for a couple of o days those thosefloating thosefloating thosefloating
floating mines will soon be located and andexploded andexploded andexploded
exploded explodedAll
All the heroes her are not in Carbon Carboncounty Carboncounty Carboncounty
county The Colorado national guard guardhas guardhas guardhas
has succeeded in driving a woman womannurse womannurse womannurse
nurse out of Telluride TellurideMr
Mr George Geor e Fred Williams of Massa Massachusetts Massachusetts rassachusetts ¬
chusetts regrets to announce that busilless busi business business ¬
ness cares tvlll make It impossible foihim for for111m forhimn
him to be present at the St Louis con convention convention ¬
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An impressive and beautiful cere ceremony ceremony ceremony ¬
mony was as that of yesterday morning morningwhich morningwhich morningwhich
which united in marriage Mrs Mr Louise LouiseSmedley LouiseSmedley LouiseSmedley
Smedley Smith and William H Curtin Curtinof
of o St Joseph > Mo The solemn mass massof massof massof
of the Roman Catholic church followed followedthe follow followedthe d dthe
the marriage service st > rvice proper proper which whichtook whichtook whichtook
took place at 980 a am m in lh the cathedra cathed cathedral eath d dral ¬
ral ra The marriage was solemnizeij sOlemnlz q tjy kyBishop tjyBishop I1YI
Bishop Scanlan who also lso celebrated celebratednines celebratedmass < d dmaH
nines Immediately afterward the thebridal thebridal thebridal
I bridal party drove to tothe the residence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brides parents Mr If and Mrs Irs W Yo E ESmedley ESmedle ESmedley
Smedley Smedle and a family wedding we < ding break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast was served ned During Du ng the service serviceMiss servIce1I8s serviceMiss
Miss 1I8s Nora Gleason played Mendels Mendelssohns Mendelssohns Iendelssohns ¬
sohns Spring Song and as the thebishop thebishop thebishop
bishop pronounced the benediction benedictionThe benedctlonThe benedictionThe
The Wedding March also by b Men Mencletesohn Mnde16sohn Menclelssohn
cletesohn pealed forth from the ith organ organTwo organTwo organTwo
Two beautiful solos by Little Clara ClaraFafek ClaraFafek ClaraFafek
Fafek added to the beauty of the ser service service service ¬
vice viceThe The church was beautifully decorated decoratedwith deoratNlwith decoratedwith
with palms and smilax and made an aneffective aneffective aneffective
effective background At the home the theonly theonly theonly
only decoration was seen on the break breakfast brealCast breakfast ¬
fast table which wh ch was gay ga with pink pinkand pinkand pinkand
and white earnatiens < and plumosa plumosaFour plumosFour plumosaFour
Four handsome candlesticks shaded shadedin
in pink were placed at the corners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the table Only the family of the bride brideBishop brideBishop brideBishop
Bishop Scanlan and Miss 1185 Curtin sister sisterof sisterthe sisterof
of the groom were present presentThe preeentThe presentThe
The bride wore a goingaway gown gownof gownof gownof
of gray cloth tailor made and stitched stitchedwith stitchedwith stitchedwith
with bands of white and ° black A Ablack Ablack Ablack
black traveling hat completed her hercostume herostume hercostume
costume Mr Ir and Mrs Curtin left on onthe onthe onthe
the noon train for the coast Friends Friendshad FriendshAd Friendshad
had proceeded them t > the train and anddecorated anddecorated anddecorated
decorated their drawing room room with a awealth aweaith awealth
wealth of o American Beauties They Theywill Th Thpywill y ywl1l
will make an extended trip along the thewestern thewestern thewestern
western coast and will be at home homeafter homehCter homeafter
after June 15at 15 1 at the Metropole In St StLouls StLqJIS StLouis
Louls Louis The bride te Ii one of f the best bestknown bestknown bestknown
known society soclet woman q Qf < f the city clt and andhaving andhaving andhaving
having lived here since earliest child childhood childhood childhood ¬
hood has a host hosto of friends The groom groomis
is a business man of St Joseph one oneof oneoC oneof
of the Wyeth ryeth hardware firm firmMr firmrand firme
e < e eMr
Mr rand and Mrs George Geor e Sutherland have havegven havesnm havegven
gven up the Druehl house on East EastFirst EastFirst EastFirst
First South street and will be at home homefor hometor homefor
for the next few weeks at tho Konyon KonyonAbout 1onyonAbout KonyonAbout
About the first of June Mrs Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land will sail accompanied by Miss MissEdth 11185Edth MissEdth
Edth Sutherland for a alongthy lengthy stay stayin stayIn stayin
in Europe EuropeMiss EuropeMiss EuropeMiss
Miss Julia Curtin Curtin of St Joseph will wiI1remain willremain willremain
remain in town the guest g st of Mr and andMrs andIr andMm
Mrs Ir W V E Smedley medle till early next nextweek nextwec nextweek
week weekMis wec r rii
Mis nit ii r1 Wollepi W Ohi 1le tlttl ift > 4ftij Qin Sundey Sundeyafter Sundpyafter Sundeyafter
after an apfe6nbe a n e of r t1ife6 tlire Month Mont In mUje Intl1ecat Inthe
the tl1ecat east where here she has 11 15 been visiting
many frionds She left 1eft Washlngtfln a aday adJiY aday
day or so oL3go ol tago go > for Chicagoandnvjll Chicagoandnvjllcome Chicago Chicagoatd a d wll wllcome wtll wtllcome
come directly home from fro l thereV th Ef EfUM V VMiss Z ZMss
Miss UM Janie Shelton sister of George GeorgeSkelton GeorgeSkelton GeorgeSkelton
Skelton will leave Jea tomorrow for Boss Bosston Bo Botori Bositon
ton where she be will wUlmeet meet her mother motherreturning motherreturnlng motherreturning
returning from fr ma a years years visit r it In Eng England En Enland England ¬
land Mr Skelton does not go as in incorrectly incorrectly incorrectly ¬
correctly stated statedMr statedr statedMr
Mr r and Mrs 118 Hubbard Wi o Reed will willreturn w11return willreturn
return today tod from Europe where they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have spent the past year yearMr yeart
t > 5 f fMr I
Mr r and Mrs J T Grant will leave leaveearly leaeearJ leaveearly
early earJ In May for Chicago Later they theywill theoywill theywill
will go to St Louis accompanied by byMiss byMiss J
Miss liss Grant who is still visiting in Chi Chicago Cblcago Chicago ¬
cago cagollrs
Mrs JameS Read Rendwns was the hostoss hostossyesterday hostossYE hostessyesterday
yesterday YE > Sterda afternoon at an informal tot totat teiat to1at
at which a number of her friends were wereentertained w wareentertained re reenterta
entertained entertainedThe enterta ned nedThe
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The marriage of Miss iss Annette Aimette Mack Mackintosh 1lacktntosh Macklntosh ¬
intosh and Daniel Manson took place placelast pJa placelast e eJut
last evening at the home of the bridesmother brides bridesmother brlqesmothcr
mother 27 Fourth East street The Theceremony Theceremon3o Theceremony
ceremony was performed by TIe Rev Wil William William ViIlIam ¬
liam Fish and the wedding was a quiet quietone quietone I Ione
one owing to the illness of the brides bridesmother bridesmother I
mother motherMiss 404 404Miss t tIIss
Miss IIss Catherine Wells entertained at ata ata ata
a delightful Kensington yasterdayaf yasterdayafternoon yesterday af afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon In compliment to Miss Cath Catherine CatherIne Catherine ¬
erine Culmer CulmerThe CulmerThe CulmerThe
The J G W will meet today toda with withMrs withMrs withMrs
Mrs Crabtree at 440 Fourth East Eaststreet Eaststreet EastStreet
street streetMrs streetlrs
04 04Mrs
Mrs lrs Bertie Snodgrass will give a arecital nrEcltal arecital
recital for her juvenile pupils th thfeaven thfeavenIng tldsQening isevenIng
Ing at the Ladles Literary club clubThe clubi20 clubThe
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The regular meeting of o the Primary PrimaryTeachers PrimaryTeachers PrimaryTeachers
Teachers union will be held Friday FridayApril FridayAIriJ FridayApril
April 29 P at the First M 1 E church all allprimary All Allprimary Allprimary
primary workers are are re urged to to be pres present preSL present ¬
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Mrs Paulihe P ulihe Ssuts is going to Idaho Idahoand Idaho Idahoand Idahoand
and Oregon on a visitAyers visit visitHair
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singer von Nuernberg Nuernbergat at Unity hall
140 Second East street on May 3 5 6 6and 6and 6and
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cuffs also embroidery lace and button buttontrimmed buttontrimmed buttontrimmed
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ance of this room as a handsome desk The Gunn Desk Co Comanufacture Comanufacture Coi
i manufacture the best desks that money can buy The very veryfinest veryfinest veryfinest
finest quartered q rtered oak and mahogany go into them themfinished finished in inpiano inpiano inpiano
piano finish All the latest devices to make them conveniant conveni convenient convenient ¬
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examine > xunne our pianos Terms to suIt your
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