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I r SECTION ONE O raEsxLTTAKE THE SALT u LAKE HERALD SATURDAY SAl tTFDAMAY14 MAY 14 1004 i
YOUNGER YOUNGERMEN YOUNGERMENARE MEN WtiARE MENARE
ARE DESIRED DESIREDID D SIRED SIREDFty
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i Ls L Bjrtin II cal May 14 HAfter After a asecret aCyi i iHCNt
secret Cyi sajiop ating over tea neon neonand 1aetan1 horand
and w0eb WIeIa 1eh wa waa marked arb by S periods at f fgreat tgreat i icrea
great t oenfoskm co the committee e en enepiscopacy OnePhSCOpcy n nplfCOMCS
episcopacy of the Methodist Mettid1ttflhefflce general generalonference pneraltnfereace
onference adjourned d3oj shortly after DiN nddiiight
iiight this morning having bav deflaitety deAnltebrdectcJ e
decided it ta reliably stated to retire retirenv
nv ftve of the present bishops because of ofage oface ofage
age and ineffectiveness and to choose choosefix cho choI
fix ix I and probably eight new w hjagopa hjagopadjent
tJat h actJon I said to be without pre pre e e eteit
djent < in the history of the church There Thereis
is I ittle I doubt but that the conference conferencewill e ewill
will conftrm the action ef the commit committee comttee committeeS ¬
tee as all the prominent leaden are aremembers arememl sremember
members erw of the episcopacy committee committeeThe c cimItteeThe tt ttThe
The committees report will come be before IteI IteIt018 before ¬
fore the e general body bod next nutand Tuesday Tumdsyand Tuesdayand
and in the meantime the leaders ef the thecontending thei I IC
i contending C Bte dlq elements will marsbai their theirforces uetrforCN theirforcej
forces for the tbel rniml nal fray frayThe trayThe frayThe
The names of the bishops who w o will wOIn be beretired beretird
retired n Ured if the recommendation of the tnecommittee theOmmlttee thecommittee
committee < is accepted have not been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made public publicYesmger publiey publicTsusr
Yesmger y Vea a aIn Daatrsd DaatrsdIn
In the church at large there is said to tobe tobe tobe
be strong sentiment t against tile fee re retirement Fe Feof tothemsat ¬
tirement of bJshopa but a majority of ofthe oftbe ofI
the I he 41etee sel astis It appears at this time timedesire timedesire timedee
desire to see younger you r and more active activemen aettwmen activemen
men placed on the episcopal copalbl boavd b The Thebishops Thebiehop
bl bishops ho l are elected for life and nearly nearlyall
all of th UN vacancies heretofore created createdin e ted tedin
in the beard have been caused ca by bydeath 1Wdeathwblle bydeath
death deathwblle while in active service serviceThe servicei rvlce rvlceThe
i The conference is 1 expected ecI to set the thedate tMdate thedate
date for the balloting on O the election electionof
of bishops either at today or Mon Mondays MOIldayen Moodays ¬
days dayen session It is expeeted to be besome aesome besome
some days probably not before aaxt aaxtWednesday uxtWedne8day vutWednesday
Wednesday that the ballot will be betaken betaken bei
i taken takenWhile takenWb11e takenWhile
While the report of the committee on onepiscopacy onf coEpiacopacy
episcopacy f on the subject of restoring restoringthe
the t he pastoral time limit will be against buItanybaDee szaln szalnany againstany
any anybaDee disturbance of the present unlim unlimited unftmfted 1 1ited ¬
ited tenure it is reasonably f certain certaintKat certaintJiat certatnthat
that there will be a minority report rt rtthe en enthe onthe
the matter embodying the views v of ofthe ofI
the 1 he various annual conferences confren s that thathave Uaatha ththave
have ha ve petitioned p tltlo1e4 the general conference conferenceto eoI eoIto coifqzmuT
T to restore restostbe the limit limitXaajr UndtKaa7 limitZany
Zany Kaa7Sixtyfive Kamoriala KamorialaSixtyfive med medSixtyfive
Sixtyfive memorials from annual annualconferences anaualoonferenees annualconferoncea
conferences are in the hands of the thesubcommittee tlaesubCC8mittee thesubcommittee
subcommittee of the committee on the thestate lieIItate thestate
state of the church bearing upon he bepropos4 heproposed e eprolMd
proposed change in paragraph ph 248 24 of ofthe ofthe f ftM
the church discipline relating to toamusements toam toainneements
amusements am Thirtyfive of these peti petitions petitio petiHon ¬
tions tio Hon ask that no change be made in inthe Inthe inthe
the paragraph and ten suggest au t various variousalterations vartoualterations variousatterationa
alterations It is stated that some of ofthe oft ofhe
the t h he memorials 1D01ia1s asking that no change changebe
be made in the discipline are signed by byas 1tyaa bYas
as many aI as1 as 2090 Individual No ac action c ct acI ¬
tion t ton has ha yet been taken on the matter matterby tter tterby
4 by the committee but it has been made madea madeL
L a special order for next Monday at atwhich atblch atshich
which blch time the committee will formu formulate formulate tormui ¬
i late a recommendation to the general generalconference geMnlCOftference generaLconference
conference The committee on eu state stateof tateof ate ateof
of the church has also passed a reso resolution ftIIOluUQI1 resolutton ¬
lution recommending that the finai nM ad adournment a4oumAt adournMnt
ournment of the conference be taken takenon
on Saturday May tt ttThe UThe 2 2The
The conference this U morning marDin Axed Axedupon AUtIupon ed edupon
upon Satoxday II = May 117 2S 21 2 as a the day 4 of offinal ofAAa ofT
T final a4jaumejit act 1 Bupday S day Majr Mythere Ma MaIt 9 9there
there is 1 to be a great evangelistic evangelietlerally evangelietlerallyat rally rallyat rallYat
at all the Protestant tant churches in the theeity theaity thecity
It city eityThe
The rules for balloting for bishops bishopswere bi bishopswere p pWere
were adopted The conference eonte1e heard heardthe heiIudthe beardI
the I he report of missionary miionarrBiMop Bishop A W WWarne WVarne WWatne
Warne on his work workin in India t and nd re referred refer relerred ¬
ferred fer it to the proper committee The Theentire Thefntire Theentire
entire body of delegates Accepted the theinvitation theimitatloa theinvitUoft
invitation of the Salt Lake railroad to tovisit toy tois1t
visit y i51t Riverside this t hi afternoon and at atJ
J 114 11 I 1 4 tksXdays dM 4a71I session closed closedBIX clOlledIIIX closedsIx
BIX VACANCTES V CHJ1ATKD C1IBArSDV CHJ1ATKDWas
V vet the theAd ciurebjea ciurebjeaWas
theDecW
Was WasLos Deciatre DeciatreLos DecW DecWLoll
Los Angelea May 14 14The The Methodist Methodistgeneral lIetlllodfetaeneral Mofhodiotgeneral
general conference today performed performedone inM4 inM4one
one of its it delicate as well as a its Itapal meat meatpainful moltpailiful
painful pal stages It retired from aB ae aetive aetlve sotive
tive paittcinnjion perttI Lt in church worfc wo five fiveof aveof fly
of 1 its venerable Y dn e biahpa a They ar arBishop are areBisbop areBishop
Bishop BAward Q Andrews of New NewYork NewYork Newt
t York Bishop Sb John hn M Walden of Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati Cm Cmcinnati ¬
cinnati Bishop shop John H Vineeat of ofZurich orZurich ofZurich
Zurich Switzerland Bishop Willard F FMallalieu FMallalieu Fi
i Mallalieu of Boston ostoti and Bishop Cyrus CyrusD
D FOBS of Philadelphia PhttadelphiaThe
The ballot on the retirement of these thesehigh thesehiah thesehigh
high officials was aa taken at noon today todayand todayand todayand
and while the result is closely guarded guardedand cuardedand guardedand
and will not be made public untilthe untilthetellers until the thetellers thetellers
tellers report to the conference next nextMonday nextMonda nextMonday
Monday Monda morning it can be stated with withevery witbeVeTY withevery
every assurance that those above abovenamed aboYenamed aboveflamed
named will be placed on the tIMuuatecl s sagsn sagsniuated i inuated
nuated roll I tL The committee lI1lt on e epacy ePileJ ePileJacy epeopacy
pacy acy whose duty it was to consider this thisimportant thl thlimpot thisimportnt
important matter tier and make recom recommendation recommentSaUon recommendation ¬
mendation to the general conference conferencedid < Onferencedid
I did not Include the name of Bishop BishopFoss BishopFoaa BishopFoss
Foss among those to be retired It Itwsj Itwu itwas
was thought th 1Iiht that this action would re result resuit I Isuit ¬
suit to Bishop Foss retention retentionactlv aa asaotlv a aacttv
acttv geusial superintendent but buttt butttImeet it is iilearned islearned
learned from fellable sources 80 that thatvote II eyote e evote
vote in favor of BJsbop Bb toss tossL rfeti rfetiment retlie retlienMnt
L meat was more than twothirds of ottilie ottilieacc the theaccredited theaccredited
accredited acc representation to the confer confertnce confernce conferF
F nee The vote on the other r bishops bishopsresulted blehojareM bishopredted
resulted reM Mt to WO lO in < aver aver of retire retireA retireA
A FOOT FOOTRAcE FOOTRAcEntir RACE RACEBBter RACEno
BBter vs Boy Iqu BoyFsjctaare o7 o7T
T u Fsjctaare are facts and stubborn stubherathtigs stubherathtigsindoad tubboith tubboithindeed things thingsindeed
indeed says a Michigan clergyman clergymanwho cler clergymanwho man manWM
who bed ha BesBorable food esperiajice esperiajiceTh e experionceTbe ce ceTbt
Th Tbt fact to When ben a man gets e aft l out oojtof outof OU OUc
c of sorts nhfsioally Uy because of a de devangemesjt de1nI derangeiet
vangemesjt GIC J the stomach stoma h so that his hisheart hiehtapt hisheart
heart aet > ri Ian III SB bad is very ery nervotts nervottsuwtaf DftYotIow nervomowing
owing ow to plijsicsl pII 1 organs impaired and andMothins and1iothinll andothti
Mothins othti he can eat of an ordinary kind kindwill kindwill kindvi1l
will property rIT assimilate slmilate it is time to toall tol11 toi
i tall all a halt SJnch cb was my casje ca two twocars twoe twocare
> cars e ase e sst March when I com com111eaked cornineuel comineuced
ineuced nsing OrapeNuts acoordiog acgotd W g to todiMe todirscthse tudirectiona
directiona diMe and have continued their theiruse tllelrlIlM theirus
use us up to the present time with the re reKuit reult toult
Kuit ult I auk a in better 1 health bealthnd iy i ind ealIy ealIynd
nd meatatty than I have havemany bavemanT eeg eeginsey
many years having vlq passed my lid fSdyear lidear id idyear
year yearTo yearF ear
To F demonstrate te this fact I proposed proposeda
f a footrace with my 11year old boy boyMho boyw boywho
Mho w bo was wa very v vW leet eet on foot and he be being beT ¬
T ing 1 barefoot taaagined oed be could eou outrun outrunhis outnmhis outrunhis
his Pa P bat t I was ss besting be ting him until unWsUp a aKlip a4lIl
sUp 4lIl of my foot f on a muddy place placeca
I ca JVaed sed me to stumble umble and 1 found my myself myelt m mp ¬
J p self roiling 10111 In the mud in thy road tiedOOfl I Isoon II IIoon
soon OOfl ftxmd my y footing foot Asftm un undainag UDj Sndmage
dainag d and had to Join joinheal1 In a food foodhearty loadbean
hearty bean y hwgh with my ii trlftf and anddaughter aDddanlht anddaughter
daughter daughterWhy daughterWhy r rVby
Why snout I net re y n mend 111iildGrJ mendGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts GrJ > NutA to t n my y frtOSjSs fn friesdeI wan n11 the thefood tlHfeod
I food has done so much for nib r < > r t 1 1an 1am Ian
an confident conftd Dt iliit 1 t bad it not been tor torTh flrTh r I Itbp
Th tbp help this v I rticnt lent food supplied snppttedI up lted ltedI
i I i would today toda have been past pa t re recovery reIery tocovery ¬
covery Inete f growing old now I Ifsfl If8f Ifocl
fsfl youuxer tl ti t i I hi hl < fr years yearsWish year3wh an anJih
Wish Jih more menu sufnRth gth as well a aphysical u up8halnd asphsieaI
physical p8halnd and can sn M h htttrr ser sermons > e emfn omn ¬
mons than ever before ftanV given givenb
b Postum o Battle Creek CreekJlIcIi CreekJlIcIii CrsekkkrapeNut Mica MicarapeNuts
i rapeNuts makes far healthier healthierk hthirIF11Pr healthierkcur
k IF11Pr cn r brahiB A dull worn woi orn out brain brainoa bMilJ bMilJe
oa e h t1f r rmd mati1 on this food Theres a axw aa ar aLook
a
r Look xw In n wvii tIIt it ittittiC vc vclittle i I i silflJu silflJutltU >
little book The Rda4 R to t tl eIilir eIilirIi 11
Ii
7 7moot
moot The conference alo a ab accepted ac epta t tM tMwuset be beflu
wuset flu g st of Bonier BIshOK 8J 1Sh 0tof ltmiPi H HMerrill > I
Merrill for retirement retirementTh Ie ent entTM
Th TM aM action f th thA h conference t4ay t4aycreated t6ycreated
created six ix vacanoies in the he board uf ufbishops ofbishops ufbishops
bishops These together tog thfor with Itb two re resulting relNltin rehuiting ¬
lNltin sulting from the deaths deat of Bishops BishopsKind BlI BishopsNinde I INlndeand I
Kind Nlndeand and Burst rat during the last ousd ousdrlennum fltIIIdrtennuru eeadrlennurn
rlennum make necessary the election electionof
of 1 e eIght ht bishops by the present p confer conference eoaferebce eooereflee ¬
ence It is I also 180 said two missionary mi 5lonary 5lonaryhOP5
Whop8 hOP5 will be chosen chosenDramatic chosenDranztie hOBenDnmaUc
Dramatic Scene SceneThescenes lmnTheacens De DeTbeIICeneIi
Thescenes that preceded pncecl d the ballot ballotlag balletisE 4 4apou
lag upon the retirement of the aged agedbishop agedbishops
bishop was dramatic dramaticAt UC UCAt
At the moment when every one e ex extbe e ectM i iacted I
acted the eenfetenee nce to aajowna adje for forday ford3 fort
t > day d3 Y in order to permit the dele delee deleto ddees
e es to accept an invitation n to go goseeing goIn golug
seeing In < Dr J M Buckley chair chairman cba11of chaira ¬
man a of the committee on episcopacy episcopacyarose epi episeopacyatom pu y ya
arose a and asked permission permis lon to tuontft tuontftthe aUbmRtlte slibIflftthe
the report rep rt from a committee dt d the thesahject theof theeaheet
sahject of superannuated sunuatedTt1ere superannuatedThere Bishops BishopsThere
There were immediate Immediateof tate igstaWssiatlefSk igstaWssiatlefSkof 1 1of
of surprise among amoa the t he delegates dele e and andfor andtar andfor
for the time being all thoughts thougb of ad adjournment adjOlntJ adjournlnnt ¬
journment nt wer abandoned I Dr > r Buck Buckley BuckJey BuckIcy ¬
Icy made his way to the platform platformaatidat platformidet platformamidst
amidst idet intense silence Facing the as assembly aalId asambiy ¬
sembly lId Jy he paused a moment momentaud momentaudIIIowl and said saidslowly midslowly
slowly IIIowl and impressively impressivelyA Impre alvely
A man n in my position Ition at this mo moment mot meineut ¬
ment t Is i to be pitied but I am m only onlydoing onlyIlly Onlydoing
doing my duty dutyHe dutyHe uty utyHe
He then proceeded pna to read the re report report toport ¬
port of the subcommittee tA t the com commHtee comtttee corntiitee
mHtee tttee on episcopacy veeecMBentUng veeecMBentUngthe enllinc enllinctile
the retirement of Bishops lftIbo Waldea W Mal Mali JlalJ Mal11ev
i laiieu Vincent Vin e t and Andrews amidst amidsti aaidatthe amidstthi
i the closest attention attentionDr
Dr Buckley then read a furttifer f r re report report rcport ¬
port of the coauntttee on ejdscapaey ejdscapaeyi eplatpaeyreporting ey ey1efM
i 1efM reporting rt1nC as effective eft ctiv the UJohn t following 1O11OW1U1bishops followingbishops
bishops bishopsJohn bishopsJohn
John W Hamilton Pt cV14 vtd Jt Moore MooreEarl l MooreEarl O Ol
Earl l Cranston Charles C CJI McCsbe McCsbeDaniel C CDaD1el M Cae CaeTale1
Daniel A doodseli Oood U Isaac W Joyce JoyceJames Jo JoJamea JoYeJames
James N Fitagerald Figpr Charles C Charlesand Fowler Fowlerand Po Poand
and Henry W Warden We on and the fol following foJlowln following ¬
lowing lowln missionary bishops bieb effective effectiveFrancis edeetlvenaAel effLvaFpsnei
Francis w Warn Joseph J h C Hart Hartseii Hartl Bansell
sell l and James M Thoburne ThoburneUpon ThoblirnaUpon b bU
Upon U On the conclusion of the reading of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the report Dr Buckley e asked for forte bn bnmedtate immedlat
medtate te action by the coaference i imotion A Amotion Amotion
motion to adjourn m waft promptly tly voted voteddown vCJtetlcIOwn voteddo
down do Motionsto Motions to lay the report on the thetable tMtable thetable
table to extend the time to aBew aBewNiUot aBo 110 a abaliot abailot
baliot to be taken and a forth tulthe mo motion moUGiD moti ¬
tion ti a to lay this upon the tabje were weresuccessively we wevy wetemsomslvoly
successively vy voted upon by thei uience t cBstence confer conference ¬
ence and andnotwltbIitaDcli notwithstanding w th iaject iajecti hljeet1q lajeetlug
i lug of every other parMawentarjr partta parttatructlon oh ohitruction b bi
i structlon th tbe way was finally AnalbDr cMstfed cMstfedOr dredDr
Dr Buckley was given ven the floor and andspake andIII andspoke
spoke in favor of the report reportMusic repertJIwic reportMitc
t Music and andIvan DrailnB rama I
1 1Ivan
Ivan Vaft the TerrIble even ev with Richard Richardnranths JUcIaaMiI RichardMll4
Mll4 MiI ta tile port be emoted erateIItlae oe oetooth
tooth afro is not the sort of ptey pib the theaverage tieM theevergo
average tneatresner fheatn fheatntwice would tuN cato eaNID eaNIDt1rke to see seentrayal isotwice
twice And A yet Iii portrayal ef the rote roteof roleof roteof
of tM terrible oAt olrer is tile finest 1 t tof thing thingof
of Its kind that has ever been seen e Pn on 00It a aSalt aalt
Salt alt It Lake stage Mr 1 1ft MaasfteM ha has don donnothing kmnothing
nothing ft thlD Ilk tlk Ivan before When be wa wahere Walt Waltbfre waehere
here last be gave us Hose Brununel Brununeland Bl1uaaneIaM ummel ummeland
and Monsieur Bwaneelr te1MI and The TheFirst The1tot
First 1 Violin in i all of which be was wa J as asdifferent asdlffernt asdifferent
different from the Ivan it we weeeftt eteeft the theBruauMl tbeIk theUremeael
BruauMl Ik death sceae lIQ88eali a it Is possible le for forone forone 01 01one
one human being to differ from f another anotherIn
In apiiearuree in mannerism rnan in every everything everything verytbb
thing tbb he was w different H Ibid t we not notknown IIQtknown notknown
known he wa was to play the th cast we would wouldnot weutdnot wouldnot
not have recognized ocntZEd him on bis entrance entranceuntil entrancellB entrancenUi
until I he h had spoken a dozen line 1iDeL Ex Excest Excft Exoe
cest oe when Msasffetd II is on the stage stageIvan 8 8lr stagelvan
Ivan lr D the Terrible a hardly bu 1Y worth hwbill worthwhilv worthwhile
while H He is the play pis But even ef1Iheld eveafirM Mane Manefield
field rennet ealIn t save ve it from an air of ua uaMaHty uny uureality
reality y Aside from the Tsaritta Marie MarieFeodorovna MarteFfIOdotOV1Ia MarieFeodorovus
Feodorovna admirably portrayed portna by Mtoa MtoaMa NiIIIIIda MiseMa
Ma Conquest who bad altogether tt ber too toolittle toolittle go golittle
little to do there is I not a character cl araetert11e hi hithe hithe
the drama that bat to drawn with the Idea td of ofwinning ofwlnniftC ofwinning
winning sympathy or that deserves sym sYnapatby syrnpathy sympathy ¬
pathy It to I possible to admire Uw art artthat anthat artthat
that can 110 o faithfully depict the part of efIvab ofIYaa ofMon
Mon bat there t eon a b be nothing aoUai but butJth butJthIn loath loathing lonthjog ¬
jog In for ttte man nothing nothl but satisfaction satisfactionat tIta fon fonat
at Ms 11I death eath tit > Fa 5 For so o targe iar t an aadtaaee aadtaaeemet a anbts asdteaeeIset
met nights was singularly undemon undemonstrative undeaaonSbatIn undauioflsatIve ¬
strative except es l at the close of the sec second Betld eecend ¬
end act Then the applause was SO tu tuMwoua tumukeoti U UHMtKttou
HMtKttou Mwoua that Mr Mansfield acknowl acknowledged aeJrnqte cnQWIedged ¬
e edged 8ed it by appearing before bef e the th curtain curtainThe eurtaloTe curtainThe
The play Is staged Ii with 4th Mr Mansfields MansfieldsVMM MallBfleldsfNeltt
VMM mI fMeHty fNeltt Bvcry detail at ofend setting settingend IIeUJd
end deem was carefully worked worIiedout out ana anathere anathere a athere
there was a finish and amoothne QOtb About Abouteverytbing abouteverytbln bou bouewrUaiq
everytbing that can only result from fromsalsatsfclinf troIbeodeYOI fromselmtakiug
salsatsfclinf endeavor endeavorThe eodeYOIThe eiavorThe
The usual Sunday evening concert will willhe willlie willbe
he given at the Oread theatre tonight tonightItahna teainbtUtahna t ttahna
Itahna Park will 111 open tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrowlilcbt tomorrownight
night Tonight there will be a band con consart coniIIr1 conrt
sart rt by the Utah Ota a aftOlPIliG hand handWtOCTWG ba bas baWItOOPffiG
s
WtOCTWG COiGHTHEfi COUGH THE BNGE BNGEIRate ftAGEtt E EBtats
IRate tt Board ot ifResith Haalta Xefart mmit it lt hr hrAiIril lot4s > r rArU
ArU AiIril 4s 4sMeponta Ihewa Many 7 op op1Iepona OSSMS OSSMSReports
Reports of contagious an slid tefectioas IItIeetloulteases 48 48eases i ieases
eases and deaths therefrom to the state stateheard statetaear4 stateboard
heard of health b tb for She month of f April Aprilwere ApiIwete Aprilte
were te received from factvfe tvleW tvleWtalt r MBS MBSalth heal healea1tk
talt alth officers in eighteen diff diffes diffet dlffre CWI CWIa eca ecalies
lies es twentytwo t of whom o reoert reoerteomiauntties reoortlj ertiL ertiLs etr etromiaunIties
eomiauntties a fre free from a my y of f tie t taaes die dieaes
s aaes aes required rt > qut to be reported reportedScarlet repottEdScarlet reportedScarlet
Scarlet fever was resorted In twelve twelveplaces twtllveplaces twelYlplaces
places with wit a total of fortyseven fMtveund cafes cafesand ce cend
and nd three deaths Smallpox Small Ox Was as asttd repfrt repfrtin
ttd d in eleven places aggregating ajcrreftatiphtfceria re < Uq UJ ll llDtpheri
phtfceria Jlphl ena snows a total tal of t tl tleases tbt tbtsealn tenir tenireases
sealn eases in nine coakSiunitles COIM unrtles wi wideaths with withdeaths twe twedeaths
deaths Typhoid fever occurred in n eight eighteasles flgbtecJ eightea
ea and egstdsigbtern egstdsigbternMeasles ecJ
= Measles easles easlesa reporf4 o four foura pts ptsa rti
a total of twelve came Chic Chkrecorded Chicrecorded ChicOt ChicOtrecorded
recorded in two places with fiftyfour fiftyfourcases ftftyfourcases fiftyfourcases
cases casesReports casesReporta casesReports
Reports on pneumonia pneumoate ate iaeewpjete te as asyet asyet asyet
yet but reports received from privity ty y of oflIclla officials ¬
ficials show fortyfive cases and thirty thlrtys thlrt thlrten thirtyseven
s seven r en n deaths Twelve health officers re reuorV 10pof1 repon
uorV pon ubeaaIosis uberti Uosis makiac a total tl of ofe ofe ofiwOttfWe
iwOttfWe e eases 5505 sell The feoarts rts t feceftred feceftrede feCeltedfovt4lllit peceftedh9v
h9v fovt4lllit fg deatbe thin 4h dsefliInl etll
fliInl tll the menth onth W eeuattl8 eush 18 18lypNient Is4herILy
4herILy lypNient pmvalent deaUjitb th slate alaleea slateaigures
aigures e ea received from fromiga mu tewas tewasajegsUng IS ISa
a ajegsUng iga ttac Uig S SO JO cases caeSh wtth it twelve twsivedeths twsivedethsix e eOt deaths deathsOther
Ot Other r point report en this th thl thlCases dlssase eCes dlssaseCases
Cases too numerous to count An the thechildren thechildrtn thechildren
children in town All cases not re reported reported reported ¬
ported portedThe portedThe portedThe
The aggregate anr ate of the nine diseases d s re reported rtportfd jeported ¬
ported is 542 cases and the deaths result resulting resUltth resultleg ¬
leg th thefrom wore snetr tzttwo two Tw Twplaces hrpJacea Twsiv Twsivplaces
places reperHng the total death rate ntem S 5heW
131 deaths from all causes causesCRiSABl causesCRrADE causesCRUAD
CRiSABl E A6AIW8TSPARtOWS A6AIW8TSPARtOWSOtonty A AIMStSP A RfItOW5 RfItOW5cmty
Otonty cmtyAid s > rticaltwl SeeImI SJeci y Aato AatoAid A AAid
Aid ia Xxterminatins Them ThemThe 11aeIabe Thomhe
The he extermination e tinatioa of th the sprightly little littlerEnglish littleEncUsll littleRtIish
rEnglish sparrow IIOW is De ne of the many lII8J1yand alms aiauand almsand
and objects of the Salt Lake County Countytforticutturai County1Jort CountyUortlcuttural
tforticutturai 1Jort ultural society The matter cane caneA calliettae emepp
pp t the meeting yesterday after1l4O after1l4OIt
A resolution was passed asking the board boardof bordof rd rdot
of county commissioners Omoner to allow full fullbounty fullbQu fullbouzty
bounty bQu ty on the sparrows and their youngThere > young youngI ouracJIIere
I There Is a bounty oa their eggs which Ic t ti t8 t8o Vtnetting
i netttsg o ttlac email boys pocket money Many Manyf
ef f them make It a business to find the therds tbeWrdII thebirds
birds rds nU n take the eggs therefrom and andirn d drn dtern
tern irn them tbm over 0 to C Frtik Emery Bmel7celpt T Treceipt e ereceipt
receipt celpt is I convertiMe Cftv rtlWe Into cash at t the theflce th thftte ot otflee
flee of County Treasurer William O Car Oarbis CarbIa Carhis
his Hundred of doseoa ft efts have al alreadjr ciready 1 1reacV
ready bees ber ioc VeoIved 4vedhr v W the sheriffs fl of office office offloe ¬
fice and later destroyed destroyedThe d troridTbe destroyedThe
The secretary of the society reported reportedWOono reportedttOOI reportedlhiOlo
WOono frUit INiIIJ oW far Uw n pMattg pMattgby pltat pltatIt pllatgby
by It five IATH nurseries A revolution tutlont was waspassed w wpassed
passed thanking the t county fommlii0n fommlii0nera mni mniore
1f 1fft
era for granting = a rebate on free planting plantingana
ana tree t etttture The fair PairWJill asssetattowas asssetatto meselatteWfts
was requested to give prises prl 1i for the most mostMy mostblgliy
1111 blgliy My cultivated orchards orch su4 < w th thp the most mostucttve mestproductive
p productive ucttve ones on a as well a as for garseU garseUA CIdedJA gztdetA
A committee consisting of Mr Miller Mm r and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Butler of Davis county and Mr MrCasey MrCMly MrCasey
Casey and Inspector Jns < tor Sorenson Soren oft of Salt Salttakf aftrk ilaltLak
takf < ltv It was wa s anpohited a fpIln led to wait uit apon aponthr flPflnt
thr t 1 tv iir pritiflt si and II 11 1 dir1 dlrdnr tors to present prf tnt awl aniltxplain awltXll uisIalilain
tXll txplain in tiit th ob or4 ctWrIt > ctx h of the LboI opjiy with withi
u i < v I vbiaiiting the prt pnises price at the t C com comma comlilt corntug ¬
ma tug state lilt sts fair fairThe fairne fairThe
The alaxillary xillal experiment pem nt station at at re reported Nported toported ¬
ported that at it had commenced active activework acdvework aethework
work looking ktpg to t the formation of eounty countyhorticultural eountyhorticultural
horticultural 5OitiP o < i ties t in l the state statePERSONAL statePERSONAL tateI
PERSONAL PERSONALMr P NAL NALr
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Mr i r r t r o lirwti Ur and steter Miss Missaaoehridge II Misiboehrldge
aaoehridge have returned ret after a six sixweeks IIxw sixwet
weeks w wet Sa s visit on o the coast coastSHOW coaatOW coastglow
SHOW OW nr nrHoughton ii l ZCWA ZCWAHouhtnn 1 1I
I Houghton Houhtnn Mi Mich h Mi Minrn 1If j 14 HA A blinding blindingi biindln biindlnI
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to To ADDRESS AD RE PUPILS PUPILSv PUPILSVeterans PIP1L PIP1LVeterans
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Veterans of Two Wars Will WUISpeftk WfliSpeak WillSpeak
Speak In ii Schools SchoolsEvery SchoolsEvery
I day dayEver
Every pupil in tho tb public schools of ofSalt otIt ofsalt
Salt It Lake City will have an Il opportunity opportunitynext O pOItUl tl tlnftt
next Friday rid afternoon altrnOfD to bear one ar arasore
sore addresses add UIXHJ u Memorial Jilem iaJ day 4a7aDd its I
hit hjftloo ry aDd nd aigniflesnce a1 a1gtWtce ce by veUtoaajo veUtoaajotwo Ye vetet5jm vetet5jmie G Gt
t ie two war wars ani and ta Dlember nbera of the thes Wb Wbs
s auxfuary aq s N D Corser Corserof < heW heWissa
issa of the commit commltlm on onfsPe addro addrelllMli os osftsre be
ftsre f tb the public eehoata seho h ftS isee fe4 the mat matter 1IItter mAtter ¬
ter of securing speakers sJX > t1kl in hand for forseveral forReeral forseveral
several weeks He has announced annllIl1c < d in be behtf beii
htf ii of the ucIOIIIR general committee ttee on Memo M Messoria
ria Ii day service that the committee CQIIUI r t la
ro looking kf r ISis ye rH to ttftbe the schools otll for ldona ldonatlo dons donations donstions ¬
tions tlo with which to decorate h the graves gravesof gravesof gravesof
of fallen flilJ n comrades as hau been the cue cuat cueufI cootIth
t ufI ih W past years earil when hen the thflIe schools fa elM d
hot ctoe f until ntil after Memorial day du duToo dat datTite
The following assignment ol speakers speakershas
has been announced announcedWest anlJuunedWeat announcedWest
West Side High SctroolF 8c ooI H Clark
W D Biter Mr Jennie L Jones JonesBryant JonestIrYaat Jonesira5t
Bryant ira5t High School SclooIH H A Talbot B4s B4starck Biemarch 8
march airCk Snyder Mrs Oeorge e ge F Goodwin Goodwinnbeville Goodwinnnevifle Goodwinl GoodwinevlIleAnI
l nbeville a 1IIeA1Wd ABel Grovenor Francis Francismarck Francisjte Pran PranEaenfonW FrancisZmergonW
jte jteEmerson
Emerson EaenfonW W D DQaby Gaby Paul Wilkerson WilkersonMrs Wllkenontn WllkersonMrs
Mrs N1 t p > Corser CorserFranklin CorserIranlt CorsetFranklinM
Franklin FranklinM nAj M M Kaigbn Charles Cbu Fore Forslund PorsIund Forelund
lund lundFremont lundFremontY
IundPremont
Fremont FremontY Y J AMtprSoa a J 0 Ny Nystrom Nystrom Nystrom
strom Mrs Warhorst WarhorstGrant Warh Warbm1GrntD nit nitBraatD
Grant BraatD D H TwssaBy J J Jt Meyers MeyersMr MeyersMrsLIean eWS eWSKfII
Mr KfII MrsLIean MrsLIeanHam1IteiOeoie L 8 Dean DeanHamilton I ean eanHamilt8I1GCftl
Hamilton Ham1IteiOeoie Oeorge 8 Squires U u Earl WuV WuVIJaiMan WlI1lJaawou Wflliamson
IJaiMan lJaawouJacI Hamilt8I1GCftl Mm FwjS Fi Jgftee JgfteeJacksonH ri0s ri0sJacksonU
JacksonH oD1IO O ItoHta s BL Klenke KienkeJordan KlenkeJ KlenkeJordnW
J JordnW Jordan W If IfLhtcotnK Hcnderaon Kbner KbnerThemes MimerUucthM
Themes ThemesLincoln
LhtcotnK Lincoln M A Bvaaflea Robert ertaet Rob rt Beid BeidMr Re44eowJtevefls
Mr Jl A B Lawrsa La i
TxmgfellowJ eowJtevefls 8 Steven lheverie A A ACharles Kent KentCbaries XelftCbar
Charles Cbar CbarLowe Bearing BearingLow DsorimgLowhl4
Low Lowhl4 D J M Dowman Murray KurnyMp King KingMm iag iagMrs
Mm Mp V H HP HPNinthI Pease PeaseSJnthJ Pease1inthJ
SJnthJ W KIdwe41 August fcys fcysbnr 14 14beq Lyg LyguirrhN
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B A WodSjowoooVlBM Wdgeaood Mis A J JI JIJUy L Johnson JohnsonRlverMteK Joinmiosivereldek
JUy RlverMteK Lift t WHMam ritMais Webb Mr JirIJ JirIJHry MnHenryLeaii MrHenry
Henry HenryLeaii Logan LoganSusanar
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gsa Ctarin Grow M Ika Boyce BoyceTramlng BeyeeF
Tramlng < C F Lootbourow UIOW B Wat WatTweWth WateIItItH WatTwe1ftb1L
TweWth Twe1ftb1L eIItItH HP P Bums H Sleater SleaterUtataavS 8lealerU MiesterUiatah
UtataavS U Uiatah G Brbxton D Archer ArcherUnion Ar MotterUnionW er erUnioDW
Union UnioDW W P Rowe R L Patterson PattersonJohn PatteraoaIoInt PattersosJohn
John P Crttehkrw Ms R I L Pattron PattronWasatiAMChartes PuenIon1f PsttseOuWomtebClmntso
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Washington WubI R O Slear Thoma ThomaLocksey 1 1Leck1leT TheismolsekOy
Locksey W E Thomas Mr JIIL I L C CBrown CBNWII CebsterTheodore
Brown BrownWetoter BNWIIWe1IIItTbeedoN
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Transit limit ten days In each direc direction directioi ¬
lion foal limit sixty 1fty day Tickets on onsale ORIe onsale
sale Ie Tuesdays Tu 7B ind n41rldays Fridays each week weekTtekets weekTiekti
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AMERiCANS SEK SER1GE WITH WITHALiEED
ALLEGED RIFOftt REFO M ARMY ARMYOf Of CHINA
St Paul Hay 14 UEvidtnce Evidence that the theChinese theChinese
Chinese Chlne e government ov rliment is recruiting of offteeja Oface offlew
I
ace for t r what bat is known as s the Chi Chlntse chJntBe Chintse
ntse imperial reform IE IrOl army dm in the theUnited theUnited I IJ
United States develcped here today on onreceipt onreceipt f freeelpt
J receipt by W F Maiden of St Paul Paulof Paulof
of what WIt t apparently is equivalent to a aeosamfssten aeoImnlett acommission j
commission for a second lieutenancy in inthe InUie Inthe
the Chinese army arm from JSdnMmd F FHi Fof FE
E Hi of Yankton S D who fa said saidengaged saidto I Ito
to JJe be engaged in s rertzift ir t American Americanofficers Americanofficers J Jo
o officers fbr that purpose purposeThe purposeThe
The commission ommiB k > n was watt in the form f rm of ofa ofa ofa I
a receipt for an application for enlist enlistment en enlistrnnt t tt ¬
ment t bearing the following inscription inscriptionat InSCrluen1at
at its i head headChinese headCisinese I IChineN
Chinese Imperial Reform Ariny ArinyGeneral AtnTGeaeraJ Ann AnnGenOral
General Staff Yankton S D DIt DIt DIt
It is stated that the applicant would wouldbe woo woobe
be enrolled as an officer oftk < r in the Chi Chinese ChinHe Chinose ¬
nose service and that his grade would wouldrot wouldtot wouldtot
tot be lower than that of second eCO d lieu lieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant tenantA
tnantspecial A special to the Dispatch from Yank Yankton y ytOft Yslikton
ton 8 S D says ys that Mr English ad admit admita admite ¬ i
mite mit he is securing securin recruit for forUM forUMAN the theAN theAN
AN AN ADDRESS AUPIRE S TO THE TItEP filHUQ filHUQThe
The labor Question which whichkept has been beenkept be n nkept
kept prominently before the country by bynumerous bynumerous
numerous num rOu strikes lockouts lko t8 boycotts boycottsand boCOttsand boycottsand
and lawlessness Ia ha baa attracted Ura tedtb the seri serious aerloua ¬ 1
ous attention of the business men of ofBait ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake and the state of Utah as well wellaa weUa wellas
aa a of the country oun J a large largeFor largeFor
For or the purpose of 4lseue 4lseuequestion discussing th thquestion w wed I
question and taking kiD sejtte aotioa tot totbe8t sotleitifle sotleitiflebest
best interest of all concerned a aing mt mtIn metIng
ing In of business men raBfescaAing near nearly adlr adlrIy nerly ¬
ly all lines of trade tra was tv held in Salt SaltLake SaltJ4e SaltLhjte
Lake City on Dec 17 lMnct lMnctfnlt 1M 19M and after 4erfun a afttu
fun discussion of the subject 8 bjeet a tem temporary tmporafy m mPO ¬
porary PO IJ organisation of The T Tb Glttsens GlttsensAlliance Cltt u u4J1iance
Alliance was formed At another anothermeeting alitbetm abotherml
meeting m ml tin heldon held on April 11 1 ittH I a patina ertunent patinafont permanent ¬
nent organisation orcant Uon was effected effect d with 33ft DOnames 33ftnames 3inames
names on the membership meJlber lhII roll Two Twodays Twodaya Twodays
days later The Citizens Allianee lUan e was wasdajy wa watb was4u1jrfleorporated
4u1jrfleorporated dajy incorporated under the state laws lawsThe Ia Iathe MwsThe
The onteers odilc 18 elected for f the first year yearare yearare yearare
are Charles Read prealdent i C W WWhlttey Wtle7 WWhitley
Whitley tle7 first vice president M H HWalker H HWm HW1ker
Walker r second vice president pIA 4ent W S SMcCemlck 8eCeftilelt SMeeslick
McCemlck treasurer and < W B Vlgua 1P8eecretMT Vlguasccrfetary i
sccrfetary eecretMTTIlle sccrfetaryThe 1 1The
The business IRa affairs a of the assoeis assoeistkm aasoeitflon l lUo8
tkm are under the management man ment of a aboard aboard aboard
board of trustees composed e eftae it the fol follo f4II1naae4 tulloisigumed
lo iringnamed twentyOne members J JR JE 1E
E Oaligher her D S Murray Charles CharlesHead C Ciar1eeflead arJesItd
Head C P Mason M H Walker WalkerOeorge WalkerGeo WalkerGoorg
Oeorge Geo Romney ST C W Wht WhtUey W WYoung Wc WC
c Umtie n W NicOl fl camp C1tmpn campbtij4pph
btij4pph n ph A Silver C A Q Qulay 11 11G 11a
G W W1ais 1 L Terry Joseph H HYou ifYoung
Young a Duncan DaacanJlcVlcldePra MeVicbte Prank Knox KnoxW XnoaW Kucaw
W B Vigu P J 7 Moran Colonel B BA EA BA
A Wall and W S McCornickThe McCornick KecornlckTIH MecornickThe
The Organization was not notInto brought breuPtInfo broughtInfo
Info existence for the purpose e of ofturbln i iturning dle dleturbing
turning turbln the normal conditions which whichnow Y1akbqow wbkbJWW
now prevail affecting the employer and andthe andthe andthe
the employe but en the t contrary to tocultivate tocultivate tocultivate
cultivate and encourage such s shalmonlous peaceful peacefulIUK peoettsad
sad harmonious relations as shmud ex exist lIS1et aslit ¬
lit hi all wellregulated w llre lted eoouBttnftie eoouBttnftieNeither eoaaaUftiellNettber eomrnunhtlmNeither
Neither ia it the intention to tReatise discriminate tReatiseInst ua uablate ¬
inate between betw n union labor 1 b r and l14t non nonunion QQDnloa nununion ¬
union labor so long Ion a as the former lor con conI conJines conlines
I lines its methods to justice and 4 recog recognises rectI rectInle recbgulses ¬
nises the equal rights rip of all a iaa guar guaranteed Jiuaranteed gnatanteed ¬
anteed by the constitution n of th the Unit United 181ted Voltof ¬
ed States StatesThe 8tatae StatesThe
The e constitution of The CHiSftns ctt1 At Atliance Atlianee Allianee
lianee commends the wisdom 1tlsd n and eon eoncaaes eetttbe eoncadsi
caaes the right of laboring 1 inrlijwen t4 mejpi ta pr prganize 9rIe Prgaelic
gaelic Ie for the promotion and 4mn defense defenseof e eof
of their every mat rlBflt hat t it 4 4I1I8II4IJ deiead de deraaads >
raaads th the Muai feua uaL right of all men to tolaaor toItbor
laaor and that the laws law lawpartially snail ha im impartially mmpartially ¬
partially enforced enforcedThe eltfo enforcedThe 1
The constitution COMtU further furUaelUlat pjrorides pjroridesthat peg4gthat
that in the absence of specific apecltlcoon apecltlcoontlact con conI cOntracts
I tracts members mm of labor > r naMia + re reutlTiteged rei4 reivIieie4
utlTiteged i4 to quit the service ofMM ofMMployer 8 8but ofPloVer
PloVer but claims the right t et eter ofother + t n nother
other er persons to enter into IIi lnt each a ado ftaan Mtdonei ftaandoned
doned do eiJ service rvice upon term te satfafaetonrt 1It1IIt st1ifhetoryto
to toe employer and the employe employeQuoting ellllJltoFeQ entpleyeQUoting
Quoting Q otb briefly from the eontSUtv eontSUtvtion eailtUtion
tion it is the purpose of The Citjsentf CltjiienatAJhanee Cit4ienAlliance CitjsentfAffiance
Affiance
1 To Insure peace and justice to to1every toe817 toevery
every m member of its Itsto organhjniien organhjniiento
to every member M mber of the common COfttdt coinft6Ne5Jth coinft6Ne5JthIn Wealth Wealthin b bIn
in the prosecution p tton of his bvcUfess and andthe aDitthe hadthe
the performance of his hi labor
2 To defend with all the tbereatJQrCe8 resources of ofthe bftM Ofthe
the law those whose right are in infringed tntrtn hittinged ¬
fringed fringedS trtn ed edJ
S To promote and maintain the sta staof staot etaliiitty
liiitty of bitsiuess in all 11e Maes and the thermerit theemmnt
e emmnt rmerit nt of labor whether wMUae1or otg oifl oifltaM n nanixed
taM or msorganhzed 81 anixed by y enceajraying enceajrayingamicable enceu enceua encurgtugamionbi
a amicable relations between tween emftoy emieYerad r ri
IQI4 ad i 4 snwlo e
IQI4l 4 l 1 lci o fletect pPetect ect its members and nd the thecamssanlty be beQtt7 becamisently
camssanlty Qtt7 at t largje 11 ar and 114 an persona persomiwhs pe pew1te personawho
who ts to woric otk or r to has work workSane work1Ift1a WorklSne
Sane = from anlawfnl 1Ift1a interference 1Ut tnterftto oe by bylutintidatldn bylntlmidatldn
lutintidatldn or otherwise j
5 To courage dJ strihsS Btrl and tack tackouts 1mbouts le leOUU
outs and to crush out boycotts boJcOttskind sad 4 SO SOkindred 11 11klndrdd
kind kindred movements movementsC
C Te maintain the right ridtthen of ttassem ttassembers t sin sinhers
hen to manage their basiMiSl bullfti M l sach dlawful sachlawful eh ehlawful
lawful manner as they tbe7jroper Star megfiroper 4 m mroper
jroper roper without interferenaa Interfe InterfedY fmiiaay fmiiaayn Sm SOY SOYprganfeti
prganfeti n body dY cr individa indl indlAlliance indlvtdg In ahoft ahoftns Oft OftTb
Tb clgeus ns Alliance is te 1 the 1MOf htert teNst teNstof
Of 4rlfll 1 peace peaceved peaceft
ft Is 1 1eIIeved tl ved that t e eu every lawaM lawaMi 1awsb4dti
4 i Utah u can conscientiously conscientiouslyla < ly 9F 9Farticles 55
la 4 these articles articlesi articlestile articlesthe
i the foregoing comlll comllljeeta commendable ph phjeete ob objects ¬
jects in view it is the hope and aim ti 4m of ofThe ofTbe ofThe
The Cldsens Alliance to enroll anlOn1DeIDbenhlp a amembership lr lrmembership >
membership and the charter eb members membersof mbensof 1Ien 1Ienof
of the association have no hea8My he0fl y hi hirging tnMklnC inaSking
aSking and d urging all gooff cltnWn el to toi to1Iecom toberoiie
beroiie sUied i with this movement movementI giovewsutb6CI1O emetaf emetafA
A A I igtpeal at is made rnato = to tM th labor laborn bo bofj
1Iecom n OH OM of the objseta 0 oi the a ais aj ajIs
fj b6CI1O is to protect a SOd 4 assist its itsan4 Itaa Itshm
hm sad a this would woulfl doUbt lead leadrnianent 14to loadto
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that American oflicers were re the most mostdetiimble mustdesirable
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Seward and Mr r and Mrs Bar Barbour pour for forthe forthe forthe
the murder of Elizabeth Gillespie Mrs Mrsliftura MrsLa MrsLaura
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of f such 11 council to make the thea f0 f04e11C11beG f fdescribed < <
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Tia III writing to the dty reeerder i 1m > n or h hatm jp jpGte hate
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former order of the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity LaleUt Lai Laicii
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