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return from his hL vacation callon His HI subject subjectwas subje subjetwas t 1 1was
was The Itellgion That Will Live rfhe Tlie fliecogrogt1on Tliecongregation I Iopg
congregation cogrogt1on opg at1an was large lnrge By a series tIc of1 of1IHiwuttfons of uf I
IHiwuttfons It t was as shown that certain certnlnWurkof j I
worWbf workw e art a t tiatl endured through the thectnturlojfc tb theCtnur1o I
ctnturlojfc CClttulJ By a other Illustrations it 1 wasj was wasShown
Shown hOw that certain characters lived livedIn Itretitttiiiiigt I
thjni tttiiiiigt beClUlH Ot theirInhq theirInhqe thfrInh thfrInheit
e eit WO WOIn WOVV
In 1 support f thte Argument he ho ie said saidBut sail1But saidijut
But if it be b tri u that certain crfarac crfaracTP nltract
t I TP r arc so ffrTtset as s t to ilofy the onward onwardmarch onrar onardrnareh 1 1mnrcho
march mnrcho of time and tfl the fickle memorv of ofni ofnIfl 1
ni n1n n it Is stiff sdttmere I
mere truo that there aro arccertain aroI arocEttllln aroCetatn
certain grt g t troths that 6 ean an n never never per ¬
ish Time may rndear destroy 1HtIG < tho thoeanvas canvass wan wang
is t1 g centuriea < e hUltIH may throw the mantle ofi ofioumMattover or orJ oftWfo
oumMattover tWfo J IIotI ov ovur r the memory of good and ande andfifat andrat
fifat rat yet these rev reat truths will
he on lInf1 1P11 Ilk like a lISn IIghtjs torch burn
111htoat when all s shoe III black and ob
SlUIe e But what are art tii th4IIe the truths How
v4 VI tL tfonf man y1 to101 knowing th changes that
tIu rev id8re ilre dareto to ay ay if what things are
PTleot IMlaCQt eat ami fl41 ul wljnt are transitory The
o flu nat tti we hB h e 6t t judging the future futuren futurestudy
hrJs5 t It c1reful stud study or the Present present2Ita I
a t n < Wt WtjRIan t tXa1
jRIan Xa1 2Ita Has Been Ever Religious Religiousth Religiousidqdh
idqdh ltin badt a1on ion th the lln Uno ° 9 f centu I
rw rL and nrudying closely lo5 ly we art r sure of
f lt tn > few tit things lhl a In the first place man
1 b heII n a rrtfglous rpJf lous omitwra creuturelong long before
I Ily nv IJ pri prlllt t walked the earth long before
ti fto stmjl mg1p iflieebip1e tempi reared te rel its It turrets toward
tn t tht 11 un long IOI before b rre culture and refine r tln
inAnt < ame we to 0 teach and lead I ad man was
ilyjr I lJgioUIii > u ills H temple dome wa w wac tbo fib o oer oerftlI r rH
I ftlI tI lug iky lty IaL object of worshIp some somer
t I CJr r atone tn but kneeling before that
hJli Je he revealed one great tbnxthnt
Iit 1 i was H a rlMgloua nature and demanded demandedm
fOm < m m form of wor worship or hin hl Crude form of ofr ofthdon
r thdon Hslon y Y w way Ye Y very er crude but buttMto hutIlllt
< tMto Illlt It enough OuI so o RHtiufy th the mind that
lojd 11 i Jt for lr tbU man In wag early earl in the HS HSrpt agJlt s sS
rpt S Jlt lt from matter to mind and the great greatrintli e t
JaJyrinth b rlnth of thought to ght und proffregB pro reslI = lay all
Jofopc Ncnhcrc hcrc dil thte th primitive man manft
ft t thf i1sn > s it to woahlp No priest taught
vl tif t hnt > m for iHiMithood had not beort b C1t born bornAW bornI
AW 1 I school SC ool no of philosophy phU080 lt by b t clever induc intlucf
tiirs f fl Jwi tli thPID m iu 0 worship for philosophy
ivs the th rwtilt rtith rAther r th then n the caiwe of oftu oCf oftglous
tu f Tfllgious TfII tglous ious tendenvj tndenirNow n en enXow
Xow if olnt x holds holds to one or postulate postulatej osturate osturateI
j > orr 11 rf tcnncioUMly than to U anv an other it is
t tnjf tnithnt that for evmthir evzlI that is there thereiuist tbpreJIIM thereIist
iuist Iist he j zp n MitHiUtttl untt caue can Search for forvusfs foriSU forI
I vusfs in i primeval man and you ou will find findfnf Clnlfh findfl
fh fl fnf tt t no rl eIYer ri r deviceof device or the schools schoolsho schoolshoC hooI5h hooI5hf no nomini
mini f 111111 t a > 4iii WN of r priest lrJeslJIO no contribution oo11rl utlol1 of offamine or11HIII1 ofOj
famine or culture ninde man to bereH bereHk ho roll reflIit rollI
I k Iit l > WitH Ks religlwiH by naUire and tli tlin the ther
n 4 sir r f4 fr > worship 1rip was brwtthud Into his hisi histrJiti
i < > trli trJiti < s n Cud breathed br th t Into him the the1Iatt
bnith bn th cf lf lfWhy tft IfeWhy I IVhy
Why the Opposition OppositionItatjtt Opposition1j
Itatjtt 1j Uit i it ft this he true why lias UJS man so soi soFrei6 sop
Frei6 p ktpt3 tb oPPosed i every cr flew truth truthvona
thYt1 tky ht IJ 11 held to old conceptions oven oventho
n tho u1the ROwer wcr be stronger and nd better betterJ
J eVonlln w vona enUeli l Phillips Phnll used u ed to say 28 that you youutigfet youmTgt
utigfet tt t gq i well elt shoot sqme 8 me men with a but bullei but1o ul
lei 1 1o a Its wjtji w JU JtIt a s new nfl Idea t enoJUur ollher took their theirbvtflfh tltllrtflfh thetrbpnh
bvtflfh tflfh away Rwn But in pllc of all such suchtbe suchtbewnrt the theivnrlfl thevnrM
wnrt ivnrlfl nmlfes S its progress progressTiio lrotTCSsTiIQ progressTho
Tiio worm yorllf orId despIses slavery silwer in all Us Usfarm asf4 itsfdmnL
farm f4 rma yet et the world has ba er v r fousht foushtagniiwt foug1tiatznlzist OU 1t 1tainlut
agniiwt the th introduction of social politl politlcnl 101111II poflticni
cnl or a U Ufh Iliuu foti > nc truth that th t meant the < de destrwotHm lctreieckit c ctrMttton
strwotHm of sltouruc 19 lnw fOfttCS1 < imcy andthe nn and the ushering uslicrinerIn usl1crinIn
In It of a larger la rcr liberty IIh rt rtAll
All duriup durtu thee th summer months in a5 a5iblms a aJI aStibUs
JI tibUs iblms l where men 1I1 > n and women tnthord tstlztwedf4r 1lt11or 1lt11orf
fr f wtudy and t leaching chln die dn nifto nft note Was Wasxuitnded Yas Yasswinded ns I
xuitnded 140tm ed mono than any an other ot1toroer over and ando andter andn1er
o n1er ter er nrain a i it was sWtod tljat tleso sIre nrel4Kr are4t44VU5
4t44VU5 < l4Kr 14 I urt tline tilneeblqd ml 1 nun b o uiuse Of f new newMTttpUda n nE nlvI111IpLO21
MTttpUda Pl of rejlpfous teU rius troUt that roUston roUstonitMlf rolbIGnit I
itMlf it E tit H JtI threntenea UtrlJl1tnd It had been said saide saidtn
Z1 e ln aiui IU acaJn pln that t s selc11 SeIellee lcrf < has so soaawped so1a sohaiigeil
1a aawped tH1 maR u conception of the universe unln uflterSOthat n nthat i ithai
that f faith UU is In danger dRn er of o deiUh dftthtWMt iloathrwht i iWhat
tWMt What a narrow view Iew What a false falsewehl talslbh falsethIu
wehl thIu bh > For l r whatever wh1t r wrienre has hft taken takenawny takra takerawas
awny a from faith she hfJ has ba siren back don ilonItte dtmM don1e
Itte M ftld The he h hi e filled the unverae utJ e with withtljo witht withtIt
tljo t tIt prt pr preesc nc4 4t of wisdom anti u > U power and andelfcrwt ande andetbgnet
elfcrwt e ni1ft love loveNo 10ei
i E No Danger For Religion Religionflhsro Re1gionflb e1igionIs
flb flhsro o is no 1 0 danser that th t religion leU ion Vlll Vlllprl tlI1 tlI1Trh I11
V6r Trh prl li i There is i danger that truth trut w1l1 w1l1h wiUput rt l lput
h < put in BO unlnvttfy l1nJOl anti unattractive unattractiveform ullattr8tttv8fOlm uiiattrtwttveform
form thai U men n will tuNe away fr frtm m h hr ir
Paint 11 U G9d d as q a moneter rnfl J lift b n ttQt ttaqr ttaqrprJed4f A sqrr sqrrrj tqritdrJt
itdrJt rj ed J men revolt ard a d refuse to know knowtjI knowTh
tjI fto Th mun n who 43o soaks 8041 < u to uphold rell rella r re4ia1 n nr
a a1 1tt In 8cn 811 5nje blgot blgoteil ll fashion that dis disfift dlsK1t dislt
fift lt > St aiu V repels lionaHt hon lt men does more to
rim NUSlnn r Hgon than tbl th Ulrmost most blatant skep Sk P
1 In the imjvorse 18 Kcilnlon B life JIf God
i iovc vo and when we live and teach this this1llh thisI
1 1llh nth h men will respond and let it into intoi Into1111flI
i 1111flI = r lives livesAs livesyou
As 0 < you tau nue srath ac you yo OU hope for a a7iuirr aitfi
7iuirr 11 tr lift tomorrow thnn you 01 knowto know Imo to toIi
Ii l > 1 11 < s suv rtre of thesethings Any A11 religIon rellffionflint religIonnligndUs
flint t nliundon huinftil FjmpaUjy and cpm cpmni Cllntyr
ni yr I sonek senwe Is B a fa fa < tejj religion any a tali talijrt r retiIf 1l 1llfj
jrt lfj If tjiut iRculeAU RCulc f v fear raroIn any reHion reHioni relfkl n nt
i t t I uur tpueh orh h p anything tbll1J that wIn ul > frighten frightenh rrlsbt n ntt
tt hi 1id d is a ani ta false t relt religion on any religion
h 111 it t divorces faith and action In I false falsen falser1iIoatht
n rlitkH r r1iIoatht Ii IoM that tefltfbes that man ina can cantx cani n nU1t
tx i > v r OMO ij thine tbln and practice another and andivcd andell andIs
> ivcd ell IK h false falseKeligion taltIcUg falseUibn
Keligion Ug Uibn jn of the Future Futureilflgfofi FutureltIIIf1 FutureIel1n
ilflgfofi Is i life What you OU do O Is I what whatft whatbeJte
3 1 l beJte eli ft ve t Tle fl ° religion of the th future futurei futurezal
i ii x xl H reason r 8on enshrine faith and andandiejrmiMthy
1 ee Itw > andiejrmiMthy a fl4ULX1t m 1 I4ho Lh religion religionttfrc rdhlondll
C dll 1il talVre ttfrc AViO ur refuse to ask man to toi
t i d THtf rf it to rtlles thature that are repugnant repugnantIIH
1 IIH waawv q Je belljU1 rillfekHiof I1 of tIe tl e figure figurehiv t1J 11ure 11uretwo ure
1 1 hiv 111 < s two cardinal udlnaltenc1l1n teucnlngx teitcithigslove love l e to toHiui toa toS
S Hiui a love to malt m and when he has hasBribed 1 1crtbfd
0 Bribed to tiaefco two she will viI say 88 to tofill toiIi
fill ill in the letall Jet llt as your oIJr reason reasoni re reasonFhe iO iOILHI I
i aunits ILHI The reMgUMJ of the future will willuse wlltto willSr
use Sr to teach tca h dint There Is any an siarliiK siarliiKliiance 1Ia sariligitaflce illK I
liiance rites ti r1t and ceremonies monla will be beMUU beiJlf bewh
< MUU iJlf rot In o themeelves them elv but because becauseI i
I 11 I truth tru tllA that they th 1 help hel u > to remain rematnwill remainlt i ii
i 11 lt rendon ortIle ot the mtlte will 111 pro profVerylninrf protcrvf7lhi i itftlmng
< fVerylninrf tcrvf7lhi fetjod tod that makes for forer fort I Iiat
t S iat at g er r welfare and happinessof happiness or man manvlll mannIil I II
I vlll pronounce no institution as dl dir dlute5a
r i rnleHs that institution help men to top tontastutS tomtstora
p musters 9 f themselven This was the theIi
Ii i i > 1 that Jesus brought and when we webin webini 1
J bin we find this religion religionnic rft1glon I ITH
nic iY corner stone < of o the religion rllf lon of the thewin ther
r 11 win be Ie e the fatherhood of God the theivituro theI I IItmp
ivituro Itmp I turf will 111 IK 1 that magnificent temple templea
< > a tie brotherhood of man Upon such suchs I Iwill
4 s 4 win VII the th religion of the future lie liebecause bebtcaUSe j jr
> r because l Use such basic b elc truths and only onlyii
ii can MrjwaneMtly rl1tltntuU ItW MtUfy the mind of oft ofVI oftovtt
t vtowljiir tovtt VI K Humanity HumanitysiVnt bumanltyI
Mr I QoiaI QOIIeU D r returned tur e l last t Friday from fromtac fromwhere
tac where he b has been for the paRt paRt2iu ptWk
WKh JtIIUnr at his home D During DuringHs rtng
2iu 1 Hs Yi 44t he spent most or hi ble time 800 800C sudy sudyiWr
iWr C Yf 1h lEo vieUed lblouJh th the Past and andt andiIt1lflt
siVnt iIt1lflt t ffcwl Cptl days at atthe the St Louis fair
Suocial to The Herald HeraldWaihUlgton lieralVSI Heraldwtthantton
WaihUlgton VSI on Sept 4 4Durin During the past pasta
i u > rHl n a aerie ort of patents has been beengrunted been11t beengrned
grunted 11t > d In Germany to a German com company com comImy coinany ¬
pany any covering co rJng new methods and ma maoituery mat
oituery t kHet > for the dagreasing br astng of wool by bya b
a dryfricoss J 1inuou In reporting upon these thesejwtoutsto th8 th8lt1fbut thesel1Ltbltito
jwtoutsto lt1fbut to the department of commerce commerceand commerce commerceand commerceand
and labor Consul Con ul Pike stationed at atZlttau atZtttau atZtttau
Ztttau Germany says saysTho snysTho saysThe
Tho dcgr6asing depr de r asins is successfully suc sRfully per pertorinefl pert0tl11 perfonnol
torinefl t0tl11 l1 y ylhe the use of infusorial earth earthrs
rs 3 an 1t sbjsdrbont h5boht Jb nt The Thecartli earth is applied appliedtotho appliedto appliedtothe
totho to tho Wool o1 with groat force bya b 3 cur current current current ¬
rent Qf C air generated S norat d by specially con conatructed conatt contitrdefd
atructed att ctd but eXponslvc o P6nslvo machinery and andthe andthe andthe
the w W4 61 lis Is cleaned cl nne and decreased decreasedthroughout dcgreasedthroughout degrcasedthroughout
throughout throughoutIt
It seanis sewus s that 1h the idea of degreasing degreasingwool deMgreasing1tCJ1 dogreasingitOal
wool l i3p b > Sr a dry method Is not new but butnohe butlo1e butiioie
nohe of otthemany tt e many plans hitherto tried triedhavfc trle tried1iave 1 1bM
havfc bM tt proved entirely successful be becsugcthoy beeUaethoT becauethe
csugcthoy did not clean and degrease degreaseevenlljr degrcleyonHy degreaseYCflh1q
evenlljr For years eartj efforts have been beenmade bCi1nmndt beenmade
made to Jiivont a process pro re6 < lacking IacMi1 the thendnllltrO thentinlt1t theadnilttetl
ndnllltrO ntinlt1t Odisu disailvujitiisras dinuilvujtt UJltUgOS gos St f the present presentmthotl plo present71l4thj1 nl nl7wthJd
mthotl of dcRrefUitiiK dcJ 5tJIo wool eoo l < wlth w4thbit aj ajKa n nka
Ka and other solvents all < > f wliirh hih
Japanese Unabl UnabIoTake JoJaKe QJ Je Port PortGARRISON PortArthur PortArthu
Arthur ySform byStorm1GARRISON ySformf
f t tG
to tot toSTIIL
J I ICl1soo
Chsfoo Sept Sept41Q 43 4 1IL p > jn ntThe The second secondeneral secondp secondasanl
p eneral tal n assaul s Ul tJ i rfD Por ATlUur A1 llu U aumca Uumod uunmt1
umca crushlngaprtfportionaAus AUg jj 2t Jana Janacontinued bnacontinued d dcontinued
continued unabated d until the morning moruinjcof
of Aug 31 wliejfTheJapanese wn irl ie J p nese retired retitcJ retitcJee retiredeVdlV1tere i ieverywhere
everywhere ee wllere except vfrdrn rd n a > HcHuajig aIft1Iuanghlch 1r 1iUang 1iUangwhich I Iwhich
which hlch they the have apparently tlPpar ntty firmly firml se secured secured 5Ccured
cured This Information comes from a aChinese j
Chinese messenger messenger messengersent sent to Port Arthur Arthurby I Iby
by b p the Associated Press and it con confirms Nnllrms conflrms
firms previous fragmentary advices advicesThe adVoloeslhe advIoesThe
The messenger adds that Itzshan was wasreattacked WSl5rentfucked wasreattacked
reattacked Aug 30 3 with great fury furybut turbut fursbut
but the Japanese w Wdrc Irc rc unable fiabl to seouic seouica
a position positionAnother positIonApotimer
Another Chinese vhq hQ departed from fromi fromPort fromPort
i Port Arthur Sept 2 says that a liercrf liercrfassault tleIcassault liercelassault
assault was made on the left flank at ni a
3 oclock in the morning of that day dayThe dayThe
The assault laste 1 l until 0 a in 1 when whenthe whenthe vhenth
the th J J Japanese > 1ncse retired The bombard bombardment bombardment bombardSment
ment then recommenced 1 the Japanes3 Japanes3llring Japauesafiring
chiefly from SuJshlyingr SuishIyIn and Pa Pahe Paliebuang i ilichuang
lichuang the he Russians U ln na from Antszshan AntszshanJaps Antazshanaps AntozehanJaps
Japs aps lost the Most st Men MenThe MenThe
The Japanese losses according to the theRussian thoRussian theRussian
Russian estimatewere estimate ivere ere 8000 during the thefour theOur
four Our Gays from fromAug < Aug ur 27 to Aug 31 The TheRussian TheRus TheRus1an
Russian Rus l1an losses ate placed at tt3OOQ 3000 Dur During DJ1rJog DprJag ¬
Jog the assault shells from the field fieldguns fieldguns fieldguns
guns and a11 rifle bullets tell e1t In the city cityTJie cityThe cityThe
The Russian UussI n ships In Inthe the harbor hnrb r par participated pni pnitlclpnted participated ¬
ticipated occasionally occasionalJ In thetlring thetlringA the firing firingA
A reliable authority In touch with withevents witheVQnts Withevents
events at Port Arthur declares that a aweek aweak aweek
week ago the garrison numbered ap approximately approxlmatQly approxlmatQly I
proxlmatQly 15000 Accepting the Chi Chinese Chinese Ohhose ¬
nese report of Otth the recent losses the theefficient theefficl theemcIthit
efficient efficl nt men now number 12000 The Thepast Thellst Thepast
past weeks advices ndvlc s confirm previous previousdeductions prevIousdeductions rev1ous rev1ousdeductions I
deductions that the Japanese are bend bending bending bendlug ¬ I
ing their fiercest energy to secure an aningresa atlinsrcsa aningress
ingress along the railroad Itzshan ItzshanHhlunbShan ltzshanlthlungshan j
Rhlungshan Palungshan Antszshan Antszshanand Antszshnnand Antszshanand
and other positions > frequently men mentioned mentioned incattoned ¬ I
tioned sustaining the most desperate desperateariS desperatean desperateanti
anti an repeated repeat < d assaults and bombard bombardments bombardment bonThardmeats
meats all directly or orindhcoU indiroetly block blockthe blockthe bIockthe
the plan of the Japanese Japanesewm JapaneseWill Japanesewill <
Will Take Take Time TimeThe TimeThe TimeThe
The arrangement of the forts afford affordiing ntrordIn affordlug
lug In mutual Support renders the Japan rJttpanore Japanese Japnncsc ¬
ese scheme exceedingly difficult of exe exocution execution executlon
cution No Japanese have been near nearIiinoti nearLluotJ nearLinuti
Iiinoti promontory for some time The TheJapanese TheJupal1 TheJapanese
Japanese Jupal1 se now expect it Is stated two twoi twomonth twomonths
i months or possibly more of fighting fightingbefore fightingbefore fightingbefore
before thefortressIStaHen the frtrcs is taiten They give givethe giveUte g ire irethe
the garrison no rest Assaults Assau1t no ll soon sooner sooner soonor ¬
er cease than the artillery increases increasesIts
Its thunder The Th garrison is said to be begreatly beleaUy begreaUy
greatly worn and weary but deter determined determined determined ¬
mined to continue resistance always alwayshoping alwashoping alwayshoping
hoping that Gpncral Kuropatkln will willsoon wHlsoon I
soon gain sufficient strength to comj comjto com comto cointo
to their relief reliefThe s sThe I1he
The Russians l1u eInns in Chefoo fear that tha tharecent tll tllrecent thsrecent
recent Japanese J panelc Victory Ictor at Line Yang Yangwill Yan Yangwill I
will have a a despairing eflfect on the thePort thePort thePort
Port Arthur garrison when they learn learnof learnot learnof
of It When Vheuthls Iieii this h1o information will willroach willr vji1reach
roach r ach them them is uncertain as the Japan Japanesfe Japanese Japanese
ese blockade is very cry tight The Asso Associated Atoelated Assoelated ¬
elated Press messenger was put to towork towork towork
work carrying Russian lead and andwounded amIwountIe andvounded
wounded l upon entering Port Arthur ArthurHe ArthurHe ArthurHe I
He escaped oscUl > ed Thursday and boarded a ajimKfivhiqh t
jimKfivhiqh Ibt WliitilI l yv yjts ls promptly overhauled overhaulediby oerlmulec4by overhauiedby
iby by Japanese J torpedo boat destroyers destroyersFinding destroyrsFinding e8tro lS
Finding Filldhl tseven seven copies of the Port Ar Arthur AIth Arth
th thur fo i XovJKral concealed on the moa moasengcr mOHseng mossen
sengcr seng sen r t the Japanese tookthim took bim to alny alnyi amywhere
i where he claims that he was s beaten and andsuspended anllsU5itended an1susonded
suspended by b the queue for the pur purpoEti purpose I
poEti of compelling him to admit that thathe thathe thathe
he was aq a spy sp He was finally l1nQn recog recognized recognized recogitizeci ¬
nized by a Chinese Chin te official interpreter interpreterwho intcrprctwho <
who secured his release releaseContinued r rleftsee rleftseMp5 < lense e
Continued C ContInuedfrOzn < from Page 1 1news 1n 1 1news
news n ws before them the experts here hereseem hreseem hereseem
seem half Inclined to believe that the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian commander has achieved what whatAvas whatwas whatwas
was thought to be the impossible impossiblenamely impos irnposiblenamely ible iblenamoJr
namely headed oft an envelopment envelopmentThat envalopmentIlllt envelopmentTiutt
That the Japanese e with superior superiornumBers superiornumltrB superiornunthers
numBers arid the choice of time for foraggression fola foraggiston
aggression a gr Sslol1 would auld Inflictscvere inflict severe losses losseswas losseswas lOsseswas
was taken for or granted The occupation occupationof
of f Llao Yang ng with enormous Russian Russiancasualties Russiancallua1Ues Russiancasualties
casualties and the evacuation of forti fortified fortified fortifled ¬
fied positions are regarded here as asmerely asmerely anmerely
merely incidents jncl 1onts < ThoughitIs Though it A ls recog recognized rccogizcd recogjlzed ¬
nized izcd that the weeks battle must take takeUa takeIta takeIts
Ua place as one of the Woodiest in an ancient unclent ancleat ¬
cleat or modern history yet et if KUro KUropatkin KUropatkln Kuropatkln
patkln reaches Mukden with it11 a poteii poteiitial potcutint poteittint
tint remnant of his army Oyamas O amus ef effort effort effort ¬
fort will In English Eng lsh eyes be regarded regardedI regardedlI10rc rdgardedmore
I more or less as a fruitless rru frutl t1 ss sacrifice sacrificej sacrificeAdmh3t sacrificeAdnthatio
j Admiration Admh3t ori and twe tweThe we weThe w wThe
The bravorj brnve of both the opposing opposingforces opposingforcts opposingforces
forces exciteshere exci chere a thrill of admira ailimraUon admiration
1 tion mixed with 4vtth lth awe Steepedas Steepe ae Eng EngI EngUsh Eng1mb
I lish military critics eriUcs are in tho th histories historiesof
of their own wars for centuries past pastIhe pastthe pastthe
the combination of f fanaticism and sci science science setonce ¬
ence displayed under u lder1110tlern modern condi condiMons condiI conthlions
I lions of warfare ftrqund around LIao Yang Yangstrikes YangJtzkes Yangtrkes
strikes for them a hewami tef new and most ter terrible terrible terrible ¬
rible note noteAll noteAU noteAll
All we know sayf sa aay ff the Daily DailyGraphic DailYGraphic DailyGraphic
Graphic Is that the battle of f Llao LiaoYang LlaoYang LlaoYang
Yang has been fought and won by b the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese We haveyet to learn the theextent theetent theextent
extent of the defeat of the Russians RussiansKuropatHins RussiansKuropnt1ins RussiansKuropatldns
KuropatHins position Is generally generallyheld generallybeld generallyheld
held to be still desperate but as the theDaily theDan theDaily
Daily Dan N News ews WS says sa e the latestcablegrams latestcablegramspoint
point oint to the fact that thatctlW tKe Japanese Japanesehave Jqpanuel1dve rmpanesehave
have lost the ehnes ct8n or fa achieving an anunequivocal anuncqulvocal anunequivocal
unequivocal triumph triumphThe trlutwhThe triumphThe
The Morning Post pasa P fla a njgh trib tribute trIbute tribute ¬
ute to Kuropalkins genius and to the thetraditional th thtraditIonal thetraditional
traditional morale of th the Russian troops troopsunder tro troOpSunder ps pstlude
under the disadvantages of defeat det t It Itbelieves Itbelieves Itbelieves
believes that a pause will m now follow rollo
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have a bad effect on the wool fibers fibersThe fbersThe flbersThe
The promoters of this new method methodclaim methodClalm methodclaim
claim to have solved the problem pr blem on onentirely oncnUreh onentirely
entirely new lines The wool fibers fiberscleaned fibersClea1ed fiberscieaaed
cleaned by it retain their natural qual qualities qualItles ¬ I
ities iUesas as to strength elasticity and wa waXiness Wavlneas
Xiness and nd the cleaning is done at a agreatly areath agreatly
greatly reduced r duced expense expenseThe t expenseTlie r rThe
The process has many advantages adva1ta s In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the treatment trentm nt of skin wools wQQlanow wQQlanowtle1ned woolsnowOleaned now nowcleaned
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take better b < ttct which ij I an anmportant Important Jniportantpoint Importantpoint
point 5n n the mttMifaclure m of fine rom military milltary ¬
tary cloth and an fine fin cloth in deljcate col colors colOre ¬
ors In the traatment of waste wools woolsalsoi woolsal80 woolsalso
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ficult to remove moe except by b the use of offetrons orstrong ofstrong
strong alkali which partly destroy destroythenatutal deslrotbenaturnl deatrortbtrriatutal
thenatutal Qualities of the fibers it fs fsespe fSespedally is isespecially
especially espe lally Important ImportantThe ImportuntThe importantThe I
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clean white state free from fat The Theinfusorial Th Thintusorial ThQInfusorial
infusorial earth is put into Int a funnel funnelshape fUnJIQI fUnJIQIshapid 1unjielhape1
shape feeder and the quuntiry rq rqquired r rQuire rQqiilred
Quire which depends upon the thocontU thocontUtion condi condition condition
tion ofthe orH1e W ypolt DQJ1Ig OIL is regulatedby l 1a c br a aI1 aI1able n0v n0vable ni0vable
able ttrinloitc nMJhp nflplluflce Thcr T Theaifls c nachnu alibrJ l i WJ iOhhqe 9h1ph 9h1phJITO j l lIf
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prico prli ± > and jd rlmplc In construction onst ruetlon
evenbt event that ev eV ein in J1 intlicmselyes in I themselves would wouldmark wo woiddmark 1 1ark
mark ark the cenCury ccnury iyith lth a grand tra tragedy trase traedy ¬
gedy se edy y
Oyama yam Jailed JailedSuch FniledSuch Failedsuch
Such a keen supporter s ppertu of the Japan Japanese Japanr Japanrese Japanese
ese as 3S the Daily flI Ily Telegraph TCI < graph this raorft raorfting mortliug rnorPing
ing rather ratlt r fcgreTfully admits that thktO thktOama Oy Oyama Oyama ¬
ama failed to toachieyo achieve his strategical strategicalobject strategicalobject trategicaIobject
object objectReflecting objectReflecting objectReflecting
Reflecting the British government governmentviews governmentivIews overnmentJ overnmentJIews
views the Daily Telegraph comments commentssolely c commenfsolely mmen mmensolely
solely upon the thepoint point that nothing has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been accomplished accont llElhed d unless ul1le Kuropatkins Kuropatkinsforce KUIOP Kuropatkmsforce
force is put out of action The Rus Russians RusSI Russiatms ¬
sians SI iIts immense losses In men and guns gunsand gunsnnd gaitsand
and their supreme example of disci discipline discipline discipline ¬
pline and determination concentrating concentratingwith conrentrattnwUh
with unshaken un hakcn firmness for another anotherfight anotierfight moterfl
fight fl ht count according to the Daily
Telegraph Utor for no rio more than super superhuman superhuman uperhuman ¬
human prodigi3s of courage and ten tenaclly t tennutty n naett
nutty aett performed p ronnt by L the Japanese Japan e unless unlesssomething unle unlesssomethffmg s ssomethhg
something more has been beenacl achieved Eed than thanis thanis thanIs
is shown in the late dispatches dispatchesThe dispatchesThe
The Standard criticises Kuropatkins Kuropatkinstransport KuropatidnstTanspclt Ruropaticinstransport
transport of his army across me tn with widtand withand wideand
and flooded Taitse river in tiN face of ofa ofa ofa
a pursuing enemy as a remarkable remarkablefeat remarka remarkablefeat le leteat
feat and voices the general generIbeltef belief that thatthe th thbtthe t tthe
the Russian Rus hm commander having tem temporarily temporarily ternporarily ¬
porarily extricated himself will still stillcontinue stillonUnue stilleonUnuo
continue on his retreat with an army armyJn armyIn armyin
Russian Claims O bns as to Conditions onditions at atI atLit at14ao
I Lit 14ao iap Tang TangSt nng nngst angSt
St Petersburg Petwsbu S Sept 5 L 703 a m mTiie mTile inTtie
Tile Novpe Nov ovoe e Vremya Vrem 3 this morning elates elatesto dnltrto
to have information to the effect thattbc that thatthe thattue
the bulk of the Russian supplies were wereremoved wereremoved wereremoved
removed from Liao Yangto Yan to Mukden Mukdenbefore MUkdenbefore MUkfienbefore
before the battle commenced The pa paper paper paper ¬
per says sa > that the belief belIefif of the pubiiff pubiiffthat Ubl1e Ubl1ethat ubiitthat >
that LaO Yang would be held h ld by b the theRussians thtRussians theRussianS
Russians was w was s basedon based Qn n the thougnt thougntthat thougntthat thougotthat
that the supplies Were still there ani an aniIt j jit
it was thought that LiaoYang Llao YanS would wouldbe wOuldbe wouldbe
be a sort of Plevnaheld PJevn 11eId garrison even evenit evenIf
it the main m In arrpy arr arrtyreteated retreated ret eat d northward norjthwardThe northwardThe
The tact Is I however the paper paper adds addsthat addsthat addsthat
that the theplace place had ha l been be n virtually irtiUH1 dis dismantled tilsinatitled ¬
mantled jmdwas tn2l was held by a strong rear rearguard rearguard rearguard
guard The battle batt1 of ofLi ofL1io JLlao o Yang there therefore th thGrefore re refore ¬
fore becomes bec mea merely tl1 ely rear guard action actionof actionof
of an n exceptionally e fierce character characterLiao cllaracterLlao characterLao
Lao Yailss defenders d fenders have h ye now safely safelyextricateft safebextricatea safei safeiextrieatel
extricateft themselves the paper con coneludes con concludesald concludes
eludes cludesald and hav havtjo1nedthe < xjoine6the jolncathero1I main i aimy aimyacross arpyacross
across the Taltieriver in the neigh neighborhood neighborhootl ¬
borhood of Yental YentalThe YentalThe
The Noyoe No oe yre Vremya a hays ays tliat tl at Captain CaptainSchiraffeof Captall1Schirnffe CaptainSchiraffecof
Schiraffeof of General Gener l Kuropatkl XutopatkIitastaff XutopatkIitastaffwho if s staff staffwho startwho
who Is coming to St Petersburg HvitU HvitUdispatches trItiidispatches vltit
dispatches cIlspat hes In an interview intervi at Moscow Moscowsaid MoscOwsaid
said as fcarly arly vas as s the tl e middle mI lqle Or of July Julypreparatlpns JuIipreparatlpris
preparatlpns were begun forthe evac evacuation evacuatlon ¬
uation of Liao Yang Yau When he left leftthere leftthere
there on Aug g 15 tIre Ufeton town was almost salmostholt almostwholly almostwholly
wholly holt a shell surrounded by fortlflca fortlflcatlons ortItlcntlons or1fica or1fications
tlons from from which the Russian force forceIntended forceintended forceIntended
Intended to slip sl PlS as soon as they had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made th6 Japanese pay sufficient for fortheir fortheir fortheir I I
their attempts to t take It ItJOINED itJOINED itJOINBD
General Stakelbergs Stakelbergsiorce Force Not Out OutOff OutOff OutOff
Off by Japs JapsSt JapsSl IapsSt
St Petersburg Sept 4 GenerarJCu 4Gener 4GeneraiKtfropatkin GenerarJCuropatkin rK rKropatkln
ropatkin in a report dated Saturday SaturdaySept SaturdaySept SaturdaySept j
Sept 3 7 7p p m says that the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterDart
part of his army including i c1u Ing General GeneralStakelbergs Gen GeneralStakelbergs ral ralStaltelbergs i
Stakelbergs force which succeeded in inrejoining litrejoining 1irejoining
rejoining the main fqrjoe is now south southof southof southof
of the Yental mines about ten miles milesfrom milesfroni
from Liao Yang YangThe YangThe YangThe
The troops which were left atLiao atLiaoYang nt Lla LIai LIaiYang
Yang and the surrounding sUftoundlngforlifica fortifica fortifications forUfications ¬
tions to cover the retreat rossed the theTaitse theTaltse theTaitse
Taitse river Saturday and occupied the theright theright
right bank of the river riverThe riverThe
The report says sa s that after the de decisive docisive ¬
cisive cngagementbetwe1on cngagemontbetw en the armies armiesof armtesof armiesof
of General Kuropatkin and General GeneralKuroki GeneralJurokl GeneralKuroki
Kuroki large numbers of Japanese Japaneseperfectly JapanesPQrfcctl Japaneseperfectly
perfectly concealed in the Chinese C lrtese corn cornand cornand
and grass gra stealthily crept up on the theretreating theretreating theretreating
retreating Russians and inflicted heavy heavylosses heavylosses
losses lossesThese lossesThese
These same tactics had previously previouslybeen previouslybeen
been adopted with terrible results Ma Major MaJar a ajor ¬
jor General Orbits Orlorrsmtxeddeta mixed detachment detachmentwas h11lent h11lentwas
was assallfed assaU m theriiidst 1 the midst of ofthe t the he grass grasswith grasswith
with a completely unexpected fire A Apanic Apanic Apanic
panic ensued and one regiment re lment alone alonelost glennlost
lost from 1500 men half of its total totalstrength totaltlength totaltrength
strength strengthFollowing trengthFollowing
Following is the full text of the re report report ¬
port port1Today
portToday Today Sept 3 the greater part oC oCthe otthe ofth
the th Russian army including the First FirstSiberian FirstSiberian
Siberian army lrm corps is occupying occup lng po positions poSitions O ¬
sitions south of the branch railway railwayfrom rajlwayfrom
from Yentai station to the Yental Yentalmines YentnlmInes Yentatmines I
mines minesThe mInesThe minesTile
The Japanese < although they 111e wer2 wer2in wer werin verin
in the immediate vioinity VIo it of our troops troopstoday troopstot1ay troopstoday
today confined themselves thcl elvcs principally principallyto
to sniping fwftn the theC11lpesc Chinese Chlpese cornfields cornfieldsOur cornfleldOur cornfieldsOur
Our troops which were posted po ied at Llao LlaoYang LlarYant LiacYang >
Yang arc crossing to the right bank of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Taitse river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The area of operations op rations is almost en entirely entirely ¬ I
tirely t1rel covered by b growing Chinese corn cornwhich cornwhich
which greatly impedes the movements movementsof movementsof
of the troops troopsThe troopsThe troopsTue
The retreat of Major General Or Orloffs Orlons Orlofts
lofts detachment yesterday Friday Fridaywas Fridawas Fridaywas
was largely due to the fire with which whichthe whichthe
the force was assailed as alled among the mil millet mUlet mitlet ¬ I
let fields General Orloffs losses were wereconsiderable warpconsiderable wereconsiderable
considerable one regiment alone losing
1500 men
M ernest Believes Russia Will Lose LoseManchuria LoseManchuria LoneNancliutia
Manchuria ManchuriaParis ManchuriaParis NancliutiaParis
Paris Sept 4 4The The battle of Liao LiaoYang LIaJYang LlaeYang
Yang is absorbing public attention api apii apiUIP ap apthe
i the tone of otthe the French military critics criticshas critlchas critcahas
has undergone a marked change M MBernest MBernest MBernest
Bernest the military expert of the theTemps theT theTemps
Temps T mps who heretofore has been con confident confi contident ¬
fident fi ent that Kuropatkins strategy strategywould 5tralegwould strategywould
would win the day now makes com comment comment coin coinmacnt ¬
ment Indicating his belief that Kuio Kuiopatkins Kmlpatkins Kut Kutpatklns
patkins defeat is Irretrievable and lie Jiesays 11esays liesays
says this means that Russia will lose losuManchuria los losManchuria loseManchuria
Manchuria and that It will be impos impossible impossible impossible ¬
sible to relieve Port Arthur ArthurThe ArthurThe ArthurThe
The prevailing comment of other othermilitary othermilitary othermilitary
military experts e > is In the same discour discouraging dlscouragingtone discouraging
aging agingtone tone and the experts appear to tobe tJbe t tbe
be agreed agre that the fall of Port Arthur Arthurwill Arthurwill I
will 111 be a speedy sequenceunless sequence unless Ku Kuropatkin Kuro Kuropatkln ¬
ropatkin ro atkln is able to make a rapid re retreat retreat retreat ¬
treat and secure the he roconcentration roconcentrationof
of his army arm at t Mukden MukdenWAR MukdenWAR MukdenWAit
WAR WILL GO ON ONRussians ONRussians ONRussians
Russians Not Crushed Crushedby by Defeat e a at atSt atLin atIIaO
Lin IIaO Yang YangSt Ynn YnnSt
St Petersburg Sept 5 Cl 515 15 a m mThe mTh inThe
The Th Nqvostl commenting on the aban abandonment abanonment abandonme ¬
donment donme t of Liao Yang says that thefOr the theforeign thertign
foreign fOr rtign lgn press attaches undue impor importance Importmice importunce ¬
tance to its Affect 1Yect on the war There Therecould Therecould Therecould
could have been be n only one Issue of the thefight thefight thefight
fight which might definitely have set settled seltled settIed ¬
tled the whole campaign namely n mely the theutter thelitter thettter
utter and crushing defeat of orthe the Japan Japanese Jnpaneee Japaneec ¬
ese says the thepnper paper and since thafhan thafhannot that hai hainot hainot
not occurred occ Ired there must be other bat battles battles batties ¬
tles The fighting near Liao Yang is isnow isnow isnow
now approaching Its culmination the theNovostl theNovosti theNovosti
Novosti continues but whatever its itsfinal Usnal tt ttfinal
final nal issue it cannot be regarded r a3 a3the tsth 3 3the
the th last word wor The war turns on deep deeper de deeper 1 1er ¬
er questions that the immediate pos possession P 5 5sesslQn ssession ¬
session of a a disputed position and it itcan Itcan itcan
can only Qnlybe be settled on terms og o peace peacesatisfactory pe peticeatisfactOry ce ceJatlstactory
satisfactory to Russia ussla with regard to toher teher
her position in Intlie the th far fii east eastBeautiful castBeautiful east8eautitul
Beautiful Women WomenPlump WomenPlwrtp WomenPlump
Plump cheeks flushed with the soft softglow sortglow softglow
glow of health and a pure complexion complexionmake compl complexioimake xi 1 1make
make ali women beautiful Take < a asmall 11small asmall
small dose of Herbliie after each meal mealIt
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William Imam M Stroud Midlothian Tex Texwrites Tex7it Textrtt
writes 7it s May 31 1901 We hvo lifw used usedHerblne URedHerD1n usedHerblneIn
Herblne HerblneIn in our family for eight e ght1onrs ght1onrstmd years yearsand yearsand
and fowm fou ttlitthe it ltthe the best medicine we w ever everused eve eveused everused
used for constipation bilious fever ever and audmalaria atidma1ara
malaria For aale sal by b Z C Co M d I drug drugdepartment drugdepartment drugdepartment
department departmentLabor departmentLabor
it itLabor
Labor Day Da at Lagoon Free clam clambake cl dambake m mbake
bake bakeLabor bakeLabor bakeLabor
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DIElrdF D E F BROKEN BROK N fN NECK NECKPopular NECKPopuiar Cl ClPopular <
Popular Young YoungMan Man M n Victim of ofPeculiHU ofPeculiarAcpi ofPecuIiarAcpident
PeculiHU PeculiarAcpi PecuIiarAcpident > pident ent That Hap Happened Happenedi Happenedin ¬
pened penedi in 1ldaho 1ldahocw Idaho IdahoA
A A few c cw minutes after 1 oclock yes yesi yesUtllyT1llUnWK yesyuiorJ1Jlg
i UtllyT1llUnWK ldfi wiQEDilig > l and an < but butn a few hours hoursafter hOtJfSafter hoqrafter
after he reached reach d his hi majority John JohnKeogh JohnKeogh JobiKeogh
Keogh died at the KeohWright eogh Wright hos hospital Jos1ltal Iospital ¬
pital in this city as the result of a abroken 3broltcn abroken
broken neal The accident that re resulted reultcd reoulted ¬
sulted thus fatallyhappened fatally h happened ppen d in Idaho Idaholast Idaholast Idaho1at
last Thursday Thurs ay when youijg UJS Keogh eQgh in intrying Intryin Intrying
trying to break a xefractory arefr ctoTY colt ult W was wascaught VttScaught S Scaught
caught on the th backof lack ack f the neck by bythe IJ bythe
the rope The le spinal cord was broken brokenbetween brokenbetween
between the th third thir and fourth cervical cervicalVertebrae cervicalertebrge
Vertebrae and paralysis Collowed Uowed from fromthat frontthat
that point pO lt down The T4I Victim of the theaccident th thac tileaccident
accident ac ident was brought br ilght gh at once to t the theKeoghWright tbereogh theKeoghWilght
KeoghWright reogh Vrigh t hospital reaching this thisCity thisit thiscity
City it on Saturday satu rday Evc Everything thing known knownft knowntbj3clence knowntbsclence
ft tbj3clence > science was done tpsave tp save the young youngmans youngmans youngipans
mans mans life but it was wa vain and death deathoame deathaamne
oame Q fl1e at the Ume tim > Indicated IndicatedJohn Inql lndlcated1ohn ated
John Joh Keogh was a nephew of Dr DrP Drr DrP
P SKeogh S Xeogh ogh and nn Mrs l rs W S McCor McCornick McCorniek IcCo IcConlak
nick of thIS city and washighly was highly re respected re respected respected ¬
spected by b all who ho knew him himThe himXhe himThe
The body was a ato at once taken takento
to Ogden O den where his parents
Joha J Ojin 1nXeo Xetfgrh gh Who Died of a Broken BrokenNeck 1JrokenNeck rokenNeck
Neck NeckMr NeckMl NeckMr
Mr and Mrs ThomasJKeogh Thomas cogh reside resideat
at 2566 Orchard avenue Death was wasdue wasdue wasdue
due to the accident at the home ranch ranchI
of Mr Mr Keogh near Bridge Ida IdaThursday IdaTturBda IdaTIursdaylast
Thursday TturBda TIursdaylast p1tt last t It is a coincidence that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the young o nG man breathed his last a few fewKOTIrs fewmnIrs few1riirrs
KOTIrs aTter t r attaining ttuffiI 1gthe the age of 21 21years 21cars 21years
years cars His birthday blrthd p was Saturday Saturdayand Saturdalfd
and lfd hedied be died shortly after midnight midnightParticulars mldnisl1tParticulars nUdniglitParticulars
Particulars of the theaccIdent accident as given givenby b givenbyMr 1fCn 1fCnbyMrKcogh
by byMrKcogh byMr MrKeogrh Keogh his I1lsather father are John 11Juhnwith Juhnwith
with several gther young roun men was in inthV inthe iiitub
the corrd1 cor l breakinga raklng a wild horse Tfrey Tteyhad Tieyhad
had him ini ropjed to d and had hndtied tied the end endof cndor endor
or the rope rope 10 to the corral fence The Theanimal JJ1C1ntmal Tietnlmal
animal was verywild cry ilt1 and an was making makingfrequent makingfrequent makingfrequent
frequent rushes across the enclosure
In one of these he li caught the yonng yonngman YOnngman yflngmail
man between the lariat and the fence fencethe reneethe fencethe
the taut rope pressing him on outhe the neck l1ckith neCkvith
ivith vith ith such forceas force as to to breaK the splnar splnarcord spInaIord splnarord
cord ord The boy was taken at once byrain by
train cram rain to Salt Lake He suffered no nopain nOpain nopain
pain but rvas conscious to the last lastYoung lutYoung matYoung
Young Tveogh Jr ogh was aiJ a member of 0 ± the theOgdenHigh theO theOgdenHigh
OgdenHigh O den High school class of 1904 He Hewas H Hus Nhwas
was us very popular and well known knownboth knownboth knownboth
both in Ogden and Salt t Lake partic particularly partleularly JarU JarUutarly ¬
ularly through his prominence in ath athletfcs nthletfcs athletics
letfcs being the mainstay mahl tay of o the foot football tootball lootbail ¬
ball elevenfor elc e1ei for four o r years His tak
Jijgxaway hj aay is is felt as a t personal bereave bereavotiient bereao1hefitoy bereaveiftefit
tiient 1hefitoy by Lusts of friends whorespect whorespected Who respect respecttd ¬
ed d his noblemanlj no noble loJn liinlualitles nIYrguaIiUesaI1l > nualities and who whoteam Whojharn wIolearn
team with the th kWnwst R nts sorrow sorrow4iC of tnc tnccljofip tllt tlltciospof thoeros
cljofip ciospof eros of hJs promising young oun life lifepay
rri T lnetalservlce tuneralservIceswill wlll ic c hemTu ienj ru s sjlay
pay morning at 10 oclock in St Josoph Josophohurch Josephoburch I Ionurch
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Uofly IttJtJ of Daniel KeilHier > r I n well Known Knownday knownmining knownznlning
mining man who died at Descret Sntur
day d Arrlvod < In Salt Luke yesterday morn ¬
InS The remains r maius arc at ODonnells un undcrtakin underlnklll undrtnlttti
dcrtakin parlors Notce of funeral will willbe willbe
be given gl on later laterJ Ja tor torJ
onel on l J G Allbrlght t deputy d pUiy srjindJnco srjindJncoJioncc srpn grmnd Ino
hence of the Red Men who has been bedn or organizing organlzing organizing ¬
ganizing a local branch of the orjer or orlerthe orlertheMohawk erthe ertheMohnwk the theMohawk
Mohawk lodge lodgeIeavcs leaves or St Joseph JIo JIotomorrow to totomorrow
tomorrow t tilgnt Ight to at l1 ntiend > end nd the national nationalcouncil asthmacOuncil
council The Red Men Jen will probably be beIn be1n beIn
In session fr several cays Frm m St Jo Joseph Josqph ¬
seph 5 ph Colonel Allbright goes to St Louis LoulRwhere Lt Louiswhere > utR
where the Red Men aro to hold forth m mFraternal IiiPritternal
Fraternal hall fair grounds Saturday
S6pU17 S Plli Upon pon his return to Salt Lake He Hewill lc1m lielviii
will 1m resume work as spollal organizer organizerSTREET organizerSTREET
clrqult clr lt Is charged up with another con conRjlon conI eonjllin
Rjlon ii n of Q street car ctirtraUic traffic > This took took11QL5
jyfiOff I JI yesterdat afternoon bctweun the thenotirs therf theltirs
notirs rf of 4 and 5 Many of the cars of ofthe oftime
the city cit were tied up for fully ru II 3 a n half halfhour hal halfhour
hour until unt a switch SJtcnoC ofpower of power could be bemade bemade
made and the difficulty iWcuJt adjusted As It ttcfjne Ite itcLue
cLue e at a atimoof time < of o day when people were werelit wereIn wereIn
In a fiUrrj J Mtrr rr to get home from the parks parksnd parksnd nrks nrksnd
nd othr njaccs the smell meil of brimstone brimstonewas brjm tonc toncwas
was Doted on many man corners cornersPERSONALS earnersfa cornersPERSONALS
A AMiss
Miss Itss Clara Lavrson Ln oi1 iho a ho has been 1 > en serl serltusly serlJII serlcue1y
tusly JII h ill for two weeks eelts is slowly recover recovtring reConrIng recovertag
ing ingI
The engagement o of Henry Henr Miller will willopen wUlopen willopen
open at the Salt Lake theatre this thisey thisetnlrtg thisesenttlg
ey etnlrtg nirtg The play will m be Joseph En Entangled Ent Entangled
tangled t gIed which whicp will be repeated Wed Wedneejday Wednetday ted tednday
neejday evening The play tomorrow tomorrowwill tomorrowwfl1 tomorrowvih1
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The Royal serves delicious German Germanlunches Germanhmches Germanlunches
lunches sandwiches beer and wine wineDouble wineDouble wineDouble
Double orchestra continuous danc dancing dancing dauclug ¬
ing Saltair Labor Day 30 trains trainsFree trainsFree traInsTFree
Free clam bake at t Lagoon today todayDouble todayDouble todayDouble
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LABOR DAY DAYSeptember J Jeptember
September 59 5 1 1904 19Q4teave 1904Lvave 1904Lbave
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City City
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Made of c fthe the Best Steel with Coiled CoiledSprings CoiledSprings CoiledSrings
Springs and andV Very ery Strong Just Justthe Justthe Justthe
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a 475 475Freed H HFraed
Freed Furniture Carpet COi CoaThe i ithe
the Home Prolliders Prolliderso
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+ + + + t + + + + + + + + + + 4 4S 4We + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ S +
+ f We know that we ve have the correct styje styJeideas sty ideas in inthe the same same way way + +
+ f that the breadmaker knowa the bread is good goodjust just by looking at atf atit atit +
+ f it But we have the confirmation of our confidence by having ouc 0U1clothes oum oumclothes + f
4 + clothes accepted and worn by the best dressers in this city by hav havf havlng baying +
+ f ing our styles looked for as a guide to good dressers and by some somer somecustom somecustom +
+ r custom tailors Everybody pronounces our styles correct Thats Thatswhat Thatswhat + f
4 + what correct corre t style means means What everybody agrees on onf onf oni + f
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172 17 i Main MainPhone M i St Street StreetPhonti et etPhone
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This being Labor Day D y our Store will Re Remain Remain Remain ¬
main Closed All Day DaySee DaySee DaySee
See Tomorrows Papers for Our OurFor OurCrowd OurS
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For Tuesdays Business BusinessStarting BusinessStarting
at 9 oclock
Starting Sharp I
LEGAL LEGALAssessment LEGALAssessment
Assessment Mb 12 12MAPLE 12MAPLE 12MAPLE
clpai place of business Salt Lake City CityUtah eltrUtah CityUtah
Utah Location of mines Tintic mining
district Utah Notice is hereby given giventhat glethat giventhat
that at a meeting of the board of direc directors directors directors ¬
tors of ofIlme the Maple Mining company held heldon heldon heldon
on the 6th day of August 1901 assess assessment ssossment assessmeat ¬
ment No 12 of onefifth of a cent a share sharewas sharewas sharewas
was levied levje upon the capital stock of the thecorporation thecorporation thecorporatiOn
corporation issued and outstanding pay payable PaYable payable ¬
able immediately to the secretary secreta at his hisoffice hisoffice
office offi < c No 502 5Progress Progress block Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCft LakeCity
City Cft Utah Any stock upon which the theassessment thel35essmtut theassessment
assessment remains unpaid on Tuesday TuesdaySeptember TuesdaSeptember TuesdaySeptember
September 6th 1904 will be delinquent deUn1t nt and andadvertised andadertlged antiadvertiSed
advertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunless andunless
unless payment is made before will be besold besoJd besold
sold on Thursday September 22d 22 104 at atjO atlO
10 oclock ai u m at the th secretarys office officeto oUlceto officeto
to pay pa the delinquent assessment there thereon thereon thereon ¬
on together with the cost of o advertising advertisingand
and expenses e penses of sale saleJOS snlcJOS saleJOS
JOS 151IIBES Secretary SecretarySalt SCcretlrySalt SecretarySalt
Salt Lake City Utah Aug 6 Go 1101 1101IN ltQiIN I IIN
for the county c mtot of Salt Lake state ftatcot ftatcotUtah of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah Mary Ma E Wilkinson plaintiff vs vsWilliam vavnUam vsWilliam
William H Blake Blakeudctendant jdcfendant Notice ot otlt otpublicatIon ofpublication
publicatIon lt nl rr Ttj IVIIItom WilHam Biako t Inko n of < 4tnV 4tnVland Oak Oakland Oakland
land state of California You will take takenotice takQnoticc takenotice
notice that tho judgment rendered rende 1 against againstyou agalnt5tou againstyou
you ou by thq Third judicial district court courtstate courtstate courtstate
state of Q Utah in the county of Salt Lake Lakeon Lakeon Lakeon
on the 14th day of February 1SW 1iD In the thecase thecas thecase
case cas ot 0 Mary H Wilkinson WjJkh1 on plaintiff plaintiffagainst pJo1ntiffagainst plaintiffagainst
against William H BlaRe defendant defendanthaving def defndaflthavln ndUJt ndUJthavtns
having become dormant rnd nd being wholly whollyunsatisfied whollYunsatlsled whollyunsatisfied
unsatisfied excepting the sum of tOOCO tOOCOllal 4000 4000paid 400Oraid °
paid llal 1 thereon on the 9th day of March March1S86 MarchiSIS
WIG a conditional conditlonalorder order to revive said saidjudgment saidjudgment
judgment jud 111onthas has been entered by said court courton courton courton
on mellon of tho said ard Mary utlr E Wilkinson Wilkinsonplaintiff Willtilizonplaintiff
plaintiff for the sum 5 um of 72673 with in interest Inter Interest ¬
terest ter t at the t o rate of eight cl ht per Jer cr centper centperannum cent nlpernr per peraahin
annum nr aahin m from the Me 9th dny dl1 of March3X March3XfdSfwhleh March Marchf arcli 31jJ6 31jJ6foiwlmieli >
f fdSfwhleh f J hlch amount the judgment isunj is isrJ1lsr1el ttn ttnt
t fcajlripil Ji rJ1lsr1el rIftl and for sueh othernnd other nnd furth furthrctfof flirt fItrthercllf 111
rctfof < I n as ron may > b V pn i > I pcr r < r in in tie tI 5r it f miac iiit
I Iand
and you are required by the said order to toshow toshow toshow
show cause in said court on the 17th day dayof da dayOf I Ior
of September 1S04 why vh said judgment judgmentchould judgmentfho judgmentehoflid
chould fho ld not be revived against you for the thesaid thesaid
said sum um of money otherwise the same samewill samewlll samewill I
will stand revived revivedDated rovIvedDated revivedDated
Dated this 6th day of August U 6 3901 f i
By Arthur Witcher and zan Zane anft 8 String I Ifollo
follow follo her he attorneys attorneysCALL attorneysCAI4L I IcAli
13i delegates TO the Democratic state con convention conventlon ¬
vention which will be held in Salt Lake
CIt on Thursday eptember 8 UKM are
hereby called for Tuesday evening ereaIn Sep ¬
tember 6 at 8 oclock at such places as asmay lSma tsmay
may ma be designated by the chairmen chl rmen and andmembers undmembers andmembers
members of the district committees of
the several districts districtsThe districtslhe districtsThe
The basis of apportionment made by the thestate th thestate
state central Democratic eooimltteo fs fsone faone Isone
one delegate for every ninetyfour votes votescast totescast otescast
cast for lion William H JKinsr tan for con congress congress ¬
gress ress In 1S02 and tho representation will
be as follows followsDistricts followl3Dlstrlc followsDistricts
Districts s 6 9 12 13 15 lg 18 19 20 roo 21 23
24 1 28 32 G5S US tlt and 91 combined 41 H4 45 47 4f U
50 51 W EiTv 53 5f 57 5S 62 OS 63an 6tand and W com comSS
blnld 6o 66 6i 5 6S m 74 > anMlomblned and71 Combined
i 73 7t iii 76 i 77 1 7 a roo 5G S1 81 8 90 anc1or anc1orcombln and id idcomnbind t
combln comnbind d S3 81 i Sf and SG 6 comblmu 81 8
s SS and SQ one delegate each eachDistricts
Districts 1 2 3 5 5 lO 11 14 14 17 1 22 22 25 Zi 25y
t1 y 29 293O 31 33 31 Up S is 394 tJi4O 41 4 i2 43
46 46 S 52 52 53 9 0061 and7 t 7t two delegates delegateseach
each eachDistricts
Districts 4 1 TV 3 and 27 r three thr c delegates delegatesccli dele delegtoSeach oS oSach
each eachImmediately ccliImmediately achImmediately
Immediately after the selection sel ctlon of dele delegates deleate delegates ¬
gates ate the chairman and secretary of these theseprimaries theseprlI theseprimaries
primaries prlI 11rles will forward to the secretary secretarythfs Of Ofthis Ofthis
this committee commtt f room 103 1O Atlas block the thenames thenam thenames
names nam g of the th delegates and the alternates alternatesif
if any an on the forma formaBy provWcd provl4cdBr y
By B order of tho Joint qlty and C9Jinty C Jlut JlutDomocratic >
Democratic commltto 7 lJ v I IM ff ffM tr
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Makes new newt friends in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt LakeCity Lake C1t City for forPRESTON forPRESTON forPRESTON
If f It isnt in your flour flourbin flourbin flourbin
bin you arc losing Iodn some something somethiP ¬ I Ithing
thing thingPreston thiP thingPreston
thiPPreston Preston Milling JUns Co CoPreston Colreston Cow CowPreston
I Preston Cache Valley ValleyIdaho VaneyIdalo s sIdaho
Idaho IdahoCleavfland IdaloCIeap1and IdahoCleaveland
Cleavfland Com Co CoDistributors CoDistributors CoDistributors
Distributors DistributorsWhos DistributorsWho DistributorsVos
Whos Who s Your Tailor TailorBetter l T TBetter
Better Bett r Investigate Inve Utnte our fall Hue and gv gvalmost tve tveaimost e ealmost
almost onehalf onehalfSuits onhalfSuits onehaifSuits
Suits 1050 to SSJW t > OO worth V rtl up to toPiints t tPitnts 3i 3iPants >
Pants ft5O 450 to 550 O O worth u > to Wi WiThe St StThe >
The Western T 13 fai1 > ailors rs
150 S Main ain 2nd Floor PlporAll F19orAll FloorAll
All garmentsmao by b itskept t us kept la repair repairFRB1S ret GlrFREE reer reerFRE1
FRB1S FREE of charge for 1 year yearOPEN yearOPEN c rOPEX
That Name NameCABLE PlazneCABLE
Is one of which whl h each strand is isGENUINE isGE isGENUINE
GENUINE GE UINE when applied to tho those thoseNew tho5rNew l lew
New ew Scale Cable Pianos PianosVAHSABT PlanosV PlanQsVANSMT
51 and 53 Main MainThe ILianI ManThe
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Brings savings deposits to us every day j jYour
Your deposit dt > pt 1t has the right of way ay on onall onair I Iall
all roads Write > for circular eircuinran and we will willtell wiltteJl wlttell
tell you how to make your money mone grow srrowUtah grG grGUtah growUtah
Utah Commercial Savings Savj gs Bank
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Good 6oOtOYou 6oOtOYouIt to You YouIt 1 1o 1X
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docs or not I it Is in good con condition
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c that way wa wayIf if i it Isnt we can sell sellyou sellyou o oYou
you a soap that will do wonders wondersYIAiTS wondersIALLS
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pared from the purest Insredl Intredleilts ingredieats T Tents
eats and possessing remarkable rpmarkablei remarkablecurative T Tcurative <
curative properties propertiesAdapted propertiesAdapted propertiesAdapted
i Adapted to the toilet bath bathshaving bathshaving A Ataneous
shaving nUrser nursery an and all cU 4 4tammeous i
taneous disorders Fifty cents cntsthe centsthebox O Othe
the thebox box at atWhere atSCHRAMMS ati atSCIR4P4fid1S
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Should have their eyes yes tested be beare ¬
fore are the school 5cho l season begins it itis Itis
is imi Imortant > ortant that the scholars scholarseyes scholaracas scholarseyes I
eyes should be strong stron We test testyour testyour testyour
your eyes free of charge If you youW3 youdont youdont
dont need glasses we tell you youW3 youwm
and can fit your eyes correctly
Prices reasonable reasonableTel r rdasonableRUSHMER asonabJeRlUSHMER
Tel 1762K 73 3 West First South St StGIVE 5tr 5tGillE StIIVE
lint Dept lor use in jts salvage room roomCall roomCall
Call phone 12S2X or send postal to Staff StaffCaptain StatCaptain StallCaptain
Captain David Miller 35 Franklin Ave Arewhose Avewhose Avewhose
whose signature will be on card ca ca = carried carriedby carrtedby carriedby
by our collector collectorS <
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Early to rise riseAnd rliieAnd rIseAnd
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Qwe Perry BrosWHEAT Bros Bros1WHEAT BrosWHEAT
with a little sugar and cream creamTheres cr crTheres creamTheres
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