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t THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY lm DA Y AUGUST ACG ST 29 9 190 1904
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l Dr Thomas Thom W Pinkerton of h the theQhriBtian thoqhrieu v vhrtetian
QhriBtian qhrieu hrtetian n tfcurek uie3e last evening nenbtg deflyeked flettv flettvf
eked < f ed the ninth knd eJosln closing lecture m fntdre mtaking
tdre t e sert serieq len Who Made Maze g1 lhsiery ry
taking for life subject 8 bject Oliver Cromwell
He said in part partPaint partPalllt partPaint
Paint me as I am or 111 not give giveyou giveou
you 1 ou a shilling shillh said Oliver Cromwell Cromwellto
to the manwao man maa4vao ho was w painting ° his per pertrait portrait pertrait
trait and endeavoring Ql1de voringnot not to show the thewart tlMwart thewart
wart on his face If Cromwell were
living today he would demand of every everyone everyone everyone
one who JIG attempts to tell the story of oflUs ot ofs
s his JIJSlIre life Paint ant me as I am my fault faultaM fauUa faultsa
aM a 1 raJIU rraljties ralti s B as well as my strength JltrenSt1lAt strengthaijq
aijq At < virtues virtues The man who paintedhlsportrait painted paintedhis Mtbtte411lsIJortrait
11lsIJortrait his portrait had a small task hi corn cornparleon oomjiarlBon eGmparhlon
jiarlBon to the nan an who undertakes to toportrfiy toporQ toporttSy
portrfiy hi h his character It is always a apeculiarly apeeulIarly apeculiarly
peculiarly difficult thing to estimate estimatejustly estimatejU8tly eetirnatejustly
justly a man who became conspicuousduring conspicuous conspicuousduring conspicuousdtJrlng
during a stormy storm period in history Everything Ev Everything Evclything ¬
erything that he nays and d does es Is I apt aptto aptto aptto
to be exaggerated Sectarian bitter bitterness bItterness bitterness ¬
ness and party strife was as nerer Ierer more morefurious 1D9re 1D9refurious morefurious
furious than during duri the ute of Cramsvell Cromell Cram CrdmwelL
welL ell Let t us remember rememberthat that he he88 was a areligious areligious areligious
religious as well as a political leader laaderAt 1eRderAt
At a time hen party plotted tted against againstparty a jl8tpalty asdRstparty
party and sect raged ra ed against sect sectBoth sectBoth sectBoth
Both Sides RadicaL EadicaLIt II IIIt
It was at attransition a transition period in Bng
Ifeh historyand the mighty revolutionWas revolution revolutionwas revolUtionwag
was on With these facts before us uswe use uslye
we e are not surprised when we team teamfrom Jeanfrom leanttfrom
from his friends that of those born of ofwpman orwytman ofwoman
woman a greater or better man than thanhe thanhe thanhe
he had not appeared among men white whitehis whtlehs ane
his 1 s enemies eneml declared decl ed that Uaa he was pos possessed poas poesessed
sessed s sed of the spirit of the devil and andthat andthat
t that in power to accomplish evil eVlIbe eVlIbews he hewas hewas
was second 8e only to that arch Rend RendWhatever I Iateer
Whatever ateer may be our view of Crom Cromwell Cromwell ¬ I Iwell
well one tldn tbi thingv la sure that no period periodin
in England is of oroucJt such interest and im importance importanee ¬
portance to an American as the theIn age ageIn agein
In which hlch he ie e lived What WHItam of ofOrange f
Orange did for or Holland what Gustnvus GustnvusAdoiphus GustavusAdolphus I
Adoiphus did for Germany was done donefor donefor I
for England bi b Oliver Cromwell AI AIthough AIth Although
though th uSh Cromwell was a different man manfrom manfloJt man4roin
from William or Uustavus for of the thegreat thet therest
great rest t men of earth they were e two of ofthe ofthe
the moat lovable characters one is isit3Br isnm Iand
it3Br nd Dr called l1ed upon to apologize for any ¬
thing they ey said or did Not so with withCromwell withromweJ1 withCromwell
Cromwell We And It easier to admire admirethan admirethan admirethan
than to love him He is great but not notloreable notlofeable notloreable
loreable H Ha resembles Luther in spirit spiritand spiritaad spiritand
and Calvin in theology theologyCareer tbeolosyOareer theologyCareer
Career of Great leader leaderCromwell LeaderCromwelt LeaderCromwell
Cromwell was born in 1B His Hismother His11Mtth Hismother
11Mtth mother r was a Stuart and belonged 1I h to tothe toth tothe
the th > royal family of Scotland The fan fany f8mity fetnfly
fly y of Cromwell first became famous famousduring famousdUrin famousduring
during dUrin the reign of Henry VIU The Thelather TheJ Thefather
lather fal her of Cromwell died when his h i son sonTOSS sonwas 1
TOSS s IS years y of age at t which time
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Oliver left tttllgge to Iege and d returnoA nwa no nomom n notnors i
mom + At the age a of Slvnc riTaxried iIaxrledsettling riTaxriedsettling tiMj
settling settJingon on his fathers estate and for forteti Cortft fortent
tent years ears lived Cl a aqulet quiet and uneventful uneventfullife i
life Uf In 1S2S 1 16 he was electee eJee to parlia parliament parilaUleut ¬ i imen
ment men t During the first year he ob observed 00s obstcved ¬
served s but said nothing In February Februaryof Ftbruaoor
of 1629 he madeatthort made aabort a abort speqelu King KinsCharles KingChkrTpSo KingCharles
Charles being bei unable to control this thteJparliament t thisvrliament l larDament
parliament dissolved di it It and for eleven elevenyears elevenyeuS elevenyears
years they hat ha no parliament lIament during duringwrhieh duringrvtie
rvtie wrhieh hleh b time Cromwell Crom < eU lived quietly on
bie 3 blefa1JUo > te faun arm thtakingrand pondering po btt brattsayhig bttsayJtsgr btitUttJe
sayJtsgr little In 1S48 another parMa parHament parMatnent parfamerit
merit wa W8fJ W called of which Cromwell Cromwellwas I
was a member m but the king not being beingable ulngabl beingable
able abl to tocontrol control the members sent them themhome thgmhome th thbome
home in three weeks hut tut soon calledanothptr called calledanotlMir calledanotller
anotlMir which was w the r famous tory toryrarltament toryrAtltaQleDt tortVa4llainent
rarltament The election throughoutth throughout
the th he country was exciting and close closeCromwell closeCromwell e I
Cromwell was T ejected ele by one vote voteThat voteTh voteThst
That Th t vote vote said his opponent has hasunittd baaunl hasunit
unittd unit t id = d both church and kingdom kingdomBoth kingdomloth kingdomBoth
Both Sides Prepare TOT War WarAfter WarAtter WarAftm
After the dissolving I eolv of this parlia parliament NUiJame11t parliament ¬
ment both parties began a vigorous vigorouspreparation vtgorourEparatJon vigorouspreparation
preparation for war Cromwell drew drewlite drlw1t1s drewhis
his sword hi what he believed to be bethe bethe bethe
the cause of freedom and Christ The Theperfect Theperfect
1 perfect discipline and moral > purity urity of ofhis orbl6
a his soldiers was the wander of that UuUage uatagc thatage
age On the field of Marston Marst n moor moorCromwells GrCromweUs moorCri
Cromwells Cri uwells ability a IW a soldier sohl r firstshone first firstbcne
bone 1 forth The kings army was wascommanded was9OtT1manded wasommanded
commanded by Prince Rupert tbe Pur Puritans Puritans Furitons
itans hy Fairfax Cromwell command contmanded c
i ed the If 16 ft wing Ing Early in the th day dayFairfax dayliIIitrfax dayFtrfax
Fairfax was a1t compelled to retire Crom CromweHs CromweIrs Cr m mweils
weIrs men stood firm and held their theirgrourd theitJround theirgrnurd
grourd He reatrafn re trafnfd d their seal se l until untilhe untilhI untilhe
he believed b 1IP the hour had come and andthen andthPII andthen
then said sa ide Charge in the name of the theSo5t t1tet
> So5t t High His victory was com complete m mPI
5 PI plete pleteIn < c cIn
PIIn
In an age when kings k priests prle ts and andpreachers Jndpreachers andpreachers
preachers were Intolerant be was the themost the1It08t themost
most tolerant t of men and declared thaman thai thaiman tlNima
man ma 11 waa tie answer awer to God alone for his hisfaith blsfattbC hisfaith
faith fattbC Cromwell rifts cas a man of power powerraCher powerraaer powerranter
raCher than of knowledge know He was a astudent astu4eet astttdeet
student of one book the Bible He HethOHght Hebt Hetight
tight bt poke e and wrote in the languaoe Ian IanKUa laBJU
KUa JU guaoe sr ot the Bible H He was always alwaysbntve alwaysbritYe alwaysbrve
bntve in the presence of men and aJ always aJbtMble aJways
ways OittMbie in the presence ce of GodPRAISE God GodPRAISE GOIIdD
dD II IIPRAISE
PRAISE WORK OF PAST PASTletterDay PASTLatterD PASTLatter
letterDay LatterD Latter Dos y Saints Tell of Growth and andTenets aDdTenets andTenets
Tenets TenetsAt TenetsAt TenetsAt
At the t1tetabernaCle tabernacle yesterday after afternoon afterneOta r r1M ¬
noon 1M an address on vdivlnlty tb i nlty of the thework Utevork thework
work of r the Lord among the lAtterday Latter Latterd 1UterdR3
day d y Saiats S8Jutsa uts vaa rax delivered by CoBSjcilor CottbclorCite CoBSjcilorCHatiea c orCbaTfei
Cite CHatiea H Hyde of Pioneer stakeHe stake stake1H
H He aid in part partIy partMy rt rtMy
My Iy experience In the ministry andthe and andtbo antit
the t fact tlat so many 1II8n are here today todayconvinces todayCOfwin9 todayconvinces
convinces me of the truth trutl1oC of this tMsand well wortfand welland
and shows the th fart fai H we e have 1ta e In the tfcesecond tlteetnnd thesei
second sei ond coming mlrlf ol f Chr Chrtet t let From the tfcetton tltetJIIw thetiers
tiers > that Joseph Jo Smith received ed his hisrevelation biareHation hisrevelation
revelation in 1M1 the Church of ofJefms ofJeIIU5 ofJesus
Jesus Christ hrist of the Latterday Latt day Saints Saintshas Saints1s SaintsLas
has grown with lth wonderful rapidity rapWKyPresident raitd1tyPrfoldpnt rapidityPresident
President R W V Young of Ensign Ensignst Ensibnstak Ensignstoke
stoke st kr said sardThe saidThe saidThe
The early Christians and the Morrnons Mor Mormons MOlloons ¬
loons were both rasailed l sailed for lack of ofpatriotism ofpatriotism ofpatriotism
patriotism and devotion to the country coun country count ¬
try t Neither Christ nor Joseph Smith Smithw Smithwere Smithwere
w were rc impostors and their th ir prophesies prophesiescame prophesiescame
came true The Mormons are the only onlypeople Oldypeople onlypeople i
people who teach that God raised up uptor uptM upthe I
the men who wrote the Declaration of ofIndependence otInde ofIndependence
Independence Inde ndence We believe the time timewfn timewt1 timewill
will nme < wme nie when the Latterday Saints Saintswill Saintswill Saintswill
will save e the constitution We are the thepeople tltepeople thepeople
people who helped to build Up this bc bcUjJ1 dIctk bc bctioii
tioii tk n of the country coun and President PresidentRixisevelts PresidedtRnllts PresidentRnoi
Rnoi Rixisevelts evelts w work rk on Th The W1nj Winning Ing of ofthf oftit ofthe
the tit West win not ot be beeompleip complete mple unless unlesBh unlessbe 8 8he
h he in ndu luOes les what wh t4be the pioneers of off offthe the theLatterday theIAtlfr4ay theLatterday
Latterday Saintsvjjare Sain a8 done doneREPUBLICAN doneREPUSL1CAtd
0 0REPU
REPUBLICAN REPU lICAN RATIFICATION RATIFICATIONOf
Of the national and state tickets at atSaR atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake theatre Tuesday Tue ay night at atockMk 8 8odQek Soclock
ockMk sharp Good speaking SJ QJdns god gofdmusic godmusk
music 1 t Bvcrybody invited invitedHAD invitedHAD
1 1HA
HAD HA TO JtOTB JtOTBRENT SIOPERENT OVE OVERENT
RENT TOO LOW LOWew LQWew LOVW
ew W store at No m West Second SecondSuuth S Secondcth ond onds
Suuth s cth t h Largest t Stationery store In InUtah InUtah InUtah
Utah UtahTHE UtahTHE Utahs
s THE BREBDEN BREE > DEN OFFICE SUPPLY S PLY CO COJohn COJohn
0 0John
John FarrIngton stable for carriages caITJag9S earrlageat j js
s stylish lisb light livery and lidaisdlng b awtng J JPhone
t Phone 273 i3 f i iHTFiBS
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03 b0 3 Atlls folock iiloekPhone Phone 24S5xT Z4 iX X Xy
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ESCAPED ESCAPED MILITARY MIU RY PRISONER PULLED PULLEDBY 1 1BY 1
BY HI HIS HEELS HE l8 FROM UNDER A BED i
Following F U wfn a chase of Q over a mile Sat Saturday Faturdny at aturdllf ¬
urday night by Sergeant Ser nt of the iJurJ ilarJSidney 3 iJurJSIdney mrd mrdSidney
Sidney Reeves Fteel C of Company H PrlvacpalIon Prtvajc PrtvajciPallon PrhacI
iPallon iLallonl and Lieutenant Li9UUm nt t C CD D Peso P0e t of ofCompany ofrout I
rout Company a y n D National Guard o of L Utah Uta UtaPrivate UtaPrIvate
Private Hayes of the Twentyutnih Twentyutnihinfantry wentY wentyninthinfantry inlh inlh1n
infantry 1n fantry band tvho had cs escap pel u 1 while whileunder i iunder
under arrest for drunkenness vita vitapulled warpulled ntJ ntJp
pulled p ned from beneath 1xn alktllE the friendly shel shelter tihe1ter hfl hfltel ¬ I
ter of a bed and was taken aft his hisfercod h hisfercod s sfercO
fercod surrender under martial err tt1t urrcatto tt1tto 3t 3tto
to the armory He was later essiwte1 essiwte1to e oirtel oirtelto irtej irtejto
to Fort pougias ougJas where it is stat2t 5t tat lie iierom lieis i iis
is no now awaiUnl a n hearing 13raling 13ralingfhont Hlflr Hlflrftm
ftm rom guards while under arrest is Is iseaL iseaLmost al almost alJU08tae ¬
most JU08tae as serious an offense otfe e as tJeserdon tJeserdonThe feiP i ee Ibn tlonThe IbnT1e
The account of the escape e eape anil eap eaptute < > ap aptute p ptutlf
tute as given S en by Sergeant < > f th the Gu Guard GuardReeves rJ rJllijeves rJn
Reeves n fa as follows followsHayes followsHayes followsHayes
Hayes was ordered confined for fordrtmkennesfi fordrunkenness fordrunkenness
drunkenness at Provo Saturday When Whenwe WhenV Whenwe
we V prepared to return to Salt Lake I
ordered him placed pIiJ od in abox a box car and andappointed andappolnted andappointed
appointed two men to guard him Im At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the Denver I rlcr Rio Grande depot he hei hesu hesucectded
i succeeded su d by s a ruse ruse in dolsyinb delayinglifs delayinglifsmarch del yinSl1f yinSl1fmarch This Thismarch
march up town Suddenly he made a adive adive adive
dive out of the hcbox box car and was as off offup offup f fup
up the track before the guards realized realizedwhat realizedwhat realizedwhat
what had happened happenedPrivate happenedPrivate
Private Fallen F l1on Lieutenant Peck apt apdmyself and andmyself aptmyself I
myself started out after the escape At AtEighth AtEighth
Eighth West est after I had gained con coni conIderable considerable
i siderable upon the others I shouted shoutedi shoutedhIm
i to him to halt or Id shoot He kept keptgoing kQPtgoIng keptgoing
going so I took a shot over his head headAt headAt headAt
At this point I jumped in an express expresswagon expresswagon expresswagon
wagon and continued the pursuit pursuitVhen pUTsulLVhen pursuitWhen
Vhen he saw that it was isbtve give give up or orgive orgive orgive
give out he ran into a house in the thevicinity thevicinity thevicinity
vicinity and crawled cr wled under abed a ad The Theoccupants Theoceupants Theoc
occupants oc upants made no efforts to t dislodge dislodgehim dislodgehim dislodgeehirii
him When Fallen came up he and I Idraggedthe Idragged Idraggedtlte
draggedthe dragged the musician by the heels from fromunder fromunder fromunder
under the th bed
TEXAS EXAS FRUIT MEN GREATLY IMPRESSED IMPRESSEDBY IMPRESSEDI I
BY EXHIBITION OF UTAHS PRODUCTS I
A party of Texas fruit growers and andshippers and8falppera andsklppera
shippers and commission merchants merchantsarrived merchantsarrived
arrived in the city yesterday noon ina in ina Ina
a apetial car The TJememb members rs of theparty the theparty theparty
party which bleh numbered nunt red thirty thtrt men and andseveral andsevera1 andseveral
several women spent the day after the theusual theDBUal theusual
usual manner mann r of tourists They visited visitedUtahna vIsitedUtabnA visitedUtahnfi
Utahna Utahnfi park and inspected the fine finedisplay finedlspIa flnedisplay
display of fruits and vegetables on onszaibition o olbttion onexhibition
exhibition there ttereSeveral Several of the LoneStar Lone LoneStar LoneStar
Star fruit growers expressed expre8l ed surprise surpriseat
at the great varietyof fruits shown shownThey shownThey shownThey
They were particularly interested in inthe inth inthe
the th plums pl ms of which there are several severalkinds severalkiDda severalkinds
kinds they t had never scan before They Theytook Tbeyctook Theytook
took the names of the Utah fruit men menin mehin meltin
in whose e orchards the plums were weregrown weregTOwn weregrown
grown saying sa 1ng that wlyen wle they got ot back backto backw backto
to Texas they would Galel send and set cut cuttines cuttings
tines U to be set t out in their own ownorchards ownorchards ownorchards
orchards orchardsThe orchardsThe orchardsThe
The visitors declared the Real R al Estate
exchange and the Salt Lake CountyHorticultural County CountyHorticultural C unly unlyHorticultural
Horticultural society JjO fofy deserving of ofmuch otmuch ormuch
much commendation for getting upsuch up upsuch upsuch
such a a fine dsplay of fruits and d vega vegetables v vegatables ge getab1e ¬
tablesOne tables tab1eOne tablesOne
One of o the theobjec1s objects of their tripthrough trip tripthrough tripthrough
through the intermountaln in country is isto Isto isto
to find varieties of + r small fruits and andmelons an anmel andmelons
melons mel ns that th t will wi thrive in some of the thelocalities thelocaJiUes thelocaltues
localities in Texas where condition conditionliavo condition11uve conditionirave
liavo not been favorable to the best de development develop doveIopment ¬
velopment velop tof of the kinds that haveben havebentried havebaentried have been beentried
tried x For instance near r the gulf gulfcoafit guIrCOaiit gulfcoaat
coafit grapes and melons and other othergarden etl1ergad1W othergardenen
garden stuff Jh ihatcaa tcaJl bo successfully successfullygrown succoosul1ygrown successfullygrown
grown in the interior or northern part partofv partol partof
ofv of the state do not do weltThe welL welLThe wellThe
The party is composed cem oted of residents residentsof S Sot
of Galveston Houston San Antonio AntonioTyler AntonioTyler AntonioTyler
Tyler Denisoh DeniS on Sherman Shenn an AthensPalestine Athens AthensPalestine At he n
Palestine Pal tine and otter Texas toe t ne They Theywill Tbe TbewJU Theywill
will leave leaethi P this morning f tqE tg Denver De DenverP wer I
THE BRIGHAM CAR WERE NEARER fAR fARBUT FAR FARBUT s sBUT
BUT SENTIMENT SENTI ENT FORMS FORr S EFFECTUAL BAR B R
Agent the discussion tfl cullEll n of the proposition propositionto
to lay as astllalt ltalt OK m Brigham street thememory the theHieraory I IBIOry
memory of the old light 111 > 1t that is not t yetdead yet yetdead j jd
dead d ad against the i Brigham street electric electricH electriclire i itin
H tin e te t revived That the wake nkc ef the theBast theEat theEast
Eat South Sou Temple T mple street property own owner ownenmuy owneta ¬
er eta enmity to tne line tracts trolley troUeyw
w wheels te and ail is a a ceremony ceremon yet to be beperfonmed berf beperformed
performed rf lIRMd may be l e seen from the fact factthat facttbat facttbat
tbat maD many roaidevts een now continue continuetd continuetotake
totake td t tak take the First street car In preference preferenceto
to the nearer ne rer ones a block blookfurtner further southII south southII
II G McMillan ono of those most mo t bit bitterly bitterty bitteriv ¬
terly opposed O o sed > osed to the installation iRfta atlon of theroad the theroad theroad
road held years ago that it was unneccessary unnec unnecessary unnecCfery ¬
essary and has maintained this view viewMAGAZINES vIe vIeM viewMAGAZINES
MAGAZINES M GAZINES FORSEPTEMBER FORSEPTEMBERMCLtRES FOR SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBERMCLURESThis SEPTEPt1BERMCLURESThls
MCLtRES MCLURESThis Thls nracazinc for Septentver Sep Septenber Scpten
tenber ten er Is a vigorous expression of Amer American Amcrlean Amerkan ¬
lean life and interest n part rt fact part fie Cictten tJeolion fietlon
lion all entertal entertaieing nt rtal ln3r SioV SSveBai lal serious articles Ar ArUclcs
Uclcs give it 1 commanding n importance and andonaracter andCharacter
Character Of 7 these = William WiI Allen ICivIi ICivIiwrltg White Whitewrites Whitewrites
writes ef C Roc Rocsevelt velt and the Postal PostalFrauds P05talFrauds PostalFrauds
Frauds Ida Idallt J I4 Tarb Parboil ll j gets ft8 s at the very veryheart verybtRrt veryheart
heart of the trust t question in her Stan Standard StandMt1 Stander ¬
dard der oil htotorr in a nmsterty r paper a er on onThe tftThe orThe
The The Price Pri of OH New r > and Intimately Intimatelyinteresting intimatelyItleteatintj fatimat fatimatinteresting
interesting sidelights are thrown on onsouth the thesouth thesoutb
south durtns the civil war in Memories Memoriesof
of th the B BeSinnhg inniits and End of the Ut South Southern Southern < UUI UUIern ¬
ern Confederacy by h Eouise WlglaU WlglaUri WigtallWright V giall giallWright
Wright ri hl daughter da titer of Louis T Wisrfan of ofTV ofTfx ofTec5
Tec5 TV Tfx i a roRfedarate O feQetQte leader and states statesnwn stateaman tat tatTItan
TItan The number is particularly strong stroR stroRitt
itt 1 fiction and welt balances its serious seriousImportaace scmOOshIq seriousitaportaace
Importaace ImportaaceSORTBNKRS hIq itaportaaceSCRiBNZRSThis
SORTBNKRS SCRiBNZRSThis SoThis This nmcaziRe contains containsa co tallls talllsnumber
a number of outdoor articles peculiarly peculiarlysalted peculiarlysuited peculiarlysuited
suited to the culminating month of the therecreation theretreatlon
recreation reatJOft season lL In the th flit Dry DryVawniry DryAry DrYwumrv
Vawniry wumrv Ary by redertc lTMUlelstand island is an ac accant aeC8Rt accunt
cant cf a stage Journey through the thahcrt thehcort
hcrt eC f Wyoming Other Otb contributors contrlbutopv
u v i sewts > ewis WI5 tasoton u 4 lon < x < on i L68ry eary Sidney PrestonWlalfret Preston PrestonWialfred prestonWItfre
Wialfred Coembef Coer t berTenllftnt Tennant A lL J Mount MeuntaeyJepbson MountaeyJephson
aeyJepbson Henry Van Dyks A Cory CorySmith CorySmith
Smith N Ne fcron ll Lloyd Robert Grant Gr nt Walt 1Valter Walter WaJtHarrIS ¬
er Harris Captain A T Malian U S STHE A ATHE J
THE CENTURY CE1VItRrFolloi1nS Followinj JioMJ1g Its West Western WestfIIT Western ¬
ern TJc Fiction R and uMf Midsummer lsumm r Holi HolitoV HolItarhuers Hells
tarhuers toV s numbers the September 8ptem el number of ofthe oft1l ofthe
the t1l Century CeJltuwUI will likewise have a special specialchancier SPecialcbancter specialcharacter
chancier It IE called a Roundtne hRoundtheWorld RoundtnelyorMi Round the theW
W World ortd number and the name is justified justifiedby
by the xeosraphieai phkal dt distribution trH > uton of the thetext thetext thetext
text and pictures Appropriate to this thisidea thisIdea thisIdea
idea are two drawings by b Castaiene C8Btaf ne The TheMyins rheJ7m Thetidying
tidying J7m Dutchman Dut hman and The Wandering WanderinsJ
Jew J w which are printed as frontlsplecea frontlspleceaThe fronU pieces piecesThe pJec pJecThe
The opening article is the first Jlhistrat Jlhistrated
ed account in English of the canonization canonizationof
of Saint Seraphim the Russian popularsaint popular popularsaint
saint at S Sarov So wv last August In which the theroar thenr theczar
roar ami czarina rfna took part It is entitled entitledThe entitledThe entitledrhe
The Russian R lan Lourdes and is > writttn by byDcvW b bD byDavid
David D vkl Bell Macsowan Ma owan one on of two Ear Earsxia 15i s si
i 1f f < HsiHK sxia U xm snertators tatore and the illustra illustrations iII tlluatrationr atJ1t atJ1ttlMU ¬
tions include Include views of the tb czar and czarina czar czarina cz r ¬
ina in the precessions prOCe loD8 The article Rives Rivest Ives iveslnrl
+ lnrl and interesting view of the Rita RusII
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Indian Fights Fi andFIshters aftCfF1s and irightess tIKS Of the readers readersof roaderof
of Pearson P r80s s Magazine e4 ane or or Septemter Scpt September mter find finutbetowelves findthetnteves flndthe
the tbetowelves naelves supplied supped wlllv wn o oe of o th thbrightest the thebrightest thebrightest
brightest most interesting compi corantnrans com tt1f nt ns to totheir totiIeIr totheir
their travel in this the most ideal of a avacation all allvacation aUyacatlon
vacation novels novelsIn IUe1In
In the Dr Nicholas SU SLoD oc Instalmentthe instalment instalmentthe
the hero on the t trail 9 of t le lnut insurance ln1lUrlnCQMutderus insurancemurderers r ce cemurderers
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af time from cremationa cremation a chearful disp dls dlspen dlspenution n nsatkm neatlon
satkm of Providence Pro1dl considered conlHleredJr In these thesasiKzltng thesesizzling
sizzling z tng days ef pastmiddle pastmJ dle summer summerOther summerOther
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make up u a splendid number r rTH1y > k kTHE
THE DELJNBATOR DKL1NJUTORTo To those who bo fol follow 101low ¬
the movements oveme tn of fashion T The Delin Delineator Delineator ¬
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interesting tntere ttftb number nUJRIMrconta1rung containing advance is isformation in information IAtonaatJon ¬
formation upon t pon the andofihcyoar stylesand styles stylesand stytesand
and illustrating In colors and in black blacfcand blackand blackand
and while wh e same ne of the latest develop developments devtIopmenta developments ¬
ments of the t seasons modes mod < Not less at attractive attTHctiV attractive ¬
tractive is the literary section m which whichthe whichfirst which whichthe
the first place face In it I given to a atlmeJ timely > articlo articloon articloottThe
on ottThe The Women Women of Russia by Wolf olf v von vonScbterbra vonSchierbra n nScbierbrsnd
Scbierbrsnd Rebecca Re William 1Uam Is tho thesubject thoabject thoubJect
abject of an Interesting rfketch in the thePioneer tb tbPioneer tbPtoneer
Pioneer Pioneer Women series and nd the delight delightful d delightml fIht fIhtfuJ ¬
ful series of f pictures ami letters of travel travelis
is i teougin Weug t to an end Dr Grace Pfckham PfckhamMwray PfCkbamI1IITY Prckhamarray
Mwray array writes on Bodily Bo ny Symmetry SymmetryLUlle SymmetryNUe Symmetrye
LUlle NUe e Hamilton French has another of tho thoenjoyable thoeRjoable theable
enjoyable able Jf Joy y of LivIng papers and andthere andthere
there e are well illustrated stories and pas pastimes pastimes pas pastimes ¬ i
times of an entertaining arc helpful char character charcter se settcter ¬
acter cter including i udlng the continuation of the theLittle tecjtte l e eLitUe
Little Garden Calendar and nd further adventures ad adventures adventures ¬
ventures of Tommy Poslofflce as asoU asoUQ wolf wollfan wolfa6
Q an instructive paper by aren JL4na en enof Beard e on one ont
t e homas and domestic domes tic c ar arts of ofe ofands the Fili Filiios FiUpl
fan ands andsdomestic cf hheome hheomethe
pl p ios The Tt 1 Interests Qf f the homo arc arctreated c ctreated
treated thoroughly and practically intreated in the theVarious theVJrIous
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new writers whose hfJo work orJc aeservcs att atten tt n
through weather good ind Dfl bad d In support supportot
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patronizes p mronizes troniza a airst Fii I1l5t t street street conductor eonduetors To ToMn Tohim
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miles annually annuallyAmong aRnuallyAmong annuallyAmong
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John Dern O A Palmer W A A Slier Sherman Sberman Slierman ¬
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tion There are are elgh elgbl short Meals ti In the tidetiumller thenumber UICnumtter
number together with wit the instalment of ofMrs ofrs ofMrs
Mrs rs Biq Hirinpnrey HHI1IP tOitber p y eyWaids Wards novel I remarka remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
ble variety Among the th co contributors trlbHtors of offiction offleUOb offiction
fiction are Justus u tus Miles Forman t orJRan Marie MarieVan M MarieVan ric ricVan
Van Vorst J Storcr Stor < r to C1ou Ck > uto Muriel Mu MurielDSar lC lCDFir O ODyr
Dyr BdJVI BdwhJefar dwte J Pc > cf w r L SttsabeUi IWa th J Jerdan JerdanAflce JerdanAlice rdan rdanAMce
Alice Brown and andU MidIllida Ijllda da Ma oIJa1tee oIJa1teeTHE MabeeTHE bee beeTHE
THE SMART S15TISepten S SATSeptember TSeptetRb br Is the theSC350n theseason he heseason
season of turningleavee turning ieavos the brightest brtghtetwill brtghlettwill brightestwill
will be found ia this meHtne Smart 5mb Set SetIt SetIt SetIt
It contains 100 pages of delightful sUtrlus sUtrluspoems titorluspoems
delightfulhbrs
poems and sketahes ske ekes by the best et etAn authors authorsAn hbrs
An unusually clever > r novelette nv letft The TheMission TheUS8lon TheMission
Mission of Mr Kustace Eu Greyne by b Robert Rob Robert Robcrt ¬
ert Hlehens s opens tn tM ntiTabcr nutR It ijt I a avery avery avery
very humorous account or the mistakes ruistakcsand IIAJstakcslUHI mistakesand
and misdemeaners mi anIS of an Englishman isbnsR who xvlioon wboon whoon
on behalf of his Ht literary rary wife vnueavors vnueavorsto anOeavorsto A tta vors vorsto
to make a dignified study of f African Africanfrailty AfricantraUtfmQuS Africanfrailty
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All the world desires to oe entertained entertainedand tErtainMand
and Reeds to be Inspired between betw n the thecovers theera thecovers
covers era of this masasfne ne if cleverness clevernessboth devernclf0ubotb eteverncasboth
both inspiration and cntertaliim entertai ment t await awaital awaita11 awaitall
al rea4er ens This Smart tart Set offers newer newerand newerand wer wer1i
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to see eiro ao oot of tho prettiest theatres of Its Itslend ItJkn Itslend
lend 13 I the irast ost when the remodeled remodeledBon remodeledBon remodeledBon
Bon TOR opens tonight The interior has hasbeen hasl hasbeen
been l een > traws transformed formed by decorators d rator into a alittle alittle atale
little palace of varied tint < The stage stageVas stage11fU stagebaps
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tent and l tvttt t eonseeuet conwMiuently + tly admit of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
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installed each ea h of which will hold six sixatrc sxltolSOns sixpersons
persons In Its is preeest WfHt eo dlUon th the Ut Utatre the theatre
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