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THE SALT uir LAKE HERALB FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1904
FORTYFOUR DAYSIN DAYS
IN THE THTRENGHES TRENCHES
Awful Experience of a Number Numberof
of Wounded Russian Soldiers SoldiersONLY SoldiersONLY
ONLY TWO RETURNED ALIVE ALIVEBTOBY
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BTOBY F4 SELFSAGBIFICE AND AITDMukaen
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1 1Muk1en
Mukaen Docv tDelayea1 An In Interesting InterestThg ¬
teresting Army tzmy bier has ben issued issuedcalling Iuod Iuodcalling
calling attention ip 1o he e oxceptjonal oxceptjonalheroism uxc ptional
heroism selFsafcrlfice an4 demotion of oftwo
two comrades xvouhded Infantrymen InfantrymenHarsamatoff
Harsamatoff and Ischenko who with withdozen
a dozen other wounded moir mu ley for forfortyfour forfortyfour
fortyfour days In abandoned trenches
between the Russian and Japanese
linos suffering from the bitter oold ooldand o1 o1and
and the lack of food HarzamutofC HarzamutofCwho
who was only slightly wounded as assisted ¬
sisted the others into the tronches tronchesbound
took cot from the dead to cover them
bound their wounds and dug a well
Japanese came and took away the thecoats
coats and filled in the well Harzama
toff again got ot the coats reopened the thevell thewell
well and secured a little dry br bread breadand ad adand
and rice from dead Russians and Jap >
aneaa The men also were compelled
to oat raw millet Japanese made sev several severa ¬
eral era visits to the frenches but paid paidno
no atttjntlon to the woundod and ren
derod no o assistance The Russians
feigned death fearing to fall Into the
hands of the Japanese The sufferers
frequently attempted to crawl back to tothe
the Russian lines but were oqmn cqmu1led jled
by weakness and the pain of tlfelr tlfelrwounds tlIrwounds
wounds as well as the steady firing to toabandon toabandon
abandon the attempt attemptJapanese attemptJapanese
Japanese Brutalities BrutalitiesFinally BrutaliUesFinally
Finally when only three men were
left alive three Japanese came one oneu
u t whom accidentally stepped on the theJeff
Je Jeff of a soldier named Metvel M tvdl who whaKroaned whogroan
Kroaned groan alound from pain Finding
him alive the Japanese dragged him himaway himaway
away from his comrades who were
too weak to help him despite des fle his de defipalrlne deipaIrIng
fipalrlne entreaties One of the Jap ¬
anese neso suspiciously kicked Ischkeno In inIt
It the side but left him for dead H liar liarzamalof r rzamaloff
zamaloff and Ischenko finally resolved
to make a last desperate effort the thenext thenext
next night to creep back to the Rus Russian RusslLn ¬
sian lines which were 400 paces dis ¬
tant and after dragging their bodies bodiesslowly bodiesSlowly
slowly and plalnfully a portion of the
distance they were observed by a Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian sentry and met with volleys from
Russian rlflca forcing them to lie still
in the millet until the firing ceased ceasedwhen ceasedwhen
when they finally succeeded In roach
ing the lines where they were cared L
for fed and sent to the hospital train
The army order paints the sublime i
heroism and modesty of these two men
In glowing colors and especially that thatof thlof
of Harzamatoff who being but bulilightly
Blightly wounded coujd coud have joined I
the Russian troops sooner but he pr prHls pre preerred
erred to remain with his conirade
His regiment the order says should
be proud to have such a man in Its Itsranks It Itranks
ranks ranksWASHINGTON ranksw4sgINGT0N
WASHINGTON DAY BY DAY DAYNew DAYNew
New York YQr World WorldC WorldCptin
C Cptin pt ln Clark messenger to Senator
Quays old committee that on organi organisation orgoluattop ¬
sation conduct and expenditures of the theixecutlvo th thXeQUtive
ixecutlvo departments has be been n look
Injr for a boss and specific duties to tof trrrtorm
f rrtorm rform since the senators death last
May Iay After congress congremconvenej convened the sag ¬
gestion was made that he would bet ¬
ter hunt up the ranking members of t
the th oommltt e and ask him for in
structlons structlonsCaptain structioris4npftin
Captain 5lark lark acting upon this ad adMCO athleo <
MCO leo called on Senator Wetmore of
Rhode Island and stated his case and andsaid I IaIdhe
said aIdhe he wanted something to do
You are the very var man I am looking
lor Senator Wetmor toH tn1i him I Ifont i itont
font knpv where the committee room roomio t
io and you may come around sQme day da f
next week and escort me up to It ItQuo itQpe
Quo of the Republicans swept Into
tna th Fiftyninth congress by the land landslide Iandslide ¬
slide In Missouri is William T Tin
dalj < lall of Sparta The congressional con conrtjtlQii eonUttQfl
rtjtlQii for the ITourteanUi district districtnominated t tnrnEnated
nominated Mr TIndall without his S
knbWlfiUse or consent When the no ¬
tice of his nomination was 4s r rcejcJ c vod he heNid h 0
5 Nid Jd Pshaw Id decline it only I
hate to waste a twocent stump on it itOno itOne
Ono of the wngs in the Republican Republicancloakroom Republlcaicloakroom
cloakroom Is responsible for this story storyVork stEII stEIIaLju
aLju Rpmsentntlve Ktehai ofev
Vork otk who ho is h culte deaf deafK eaL eaLetoljajn
K etoham went to a dinner ona onanight oi B Bnight
night the tale runs and sat next to ton t 0 0a
n lady ld who tried to make him as a com ¬
fortable as possible There WHS abme m
fruit on the table and she he ask asked d him
Do you like banana bananaWhats
1 Whats that returned Ketcham Ketchamd
I to you like bananas bananasa
a No Kefeharn raphed d I never neverstiok r rwenr
wenr them I stiok to the oldfnhi oldfashlone < med mednight d dnight
night shirt shirtWhen shirtWhen
When Uncle Joe Cannon wag va tour
Ing Wisconsin a party of hijrhbrowad hijrhbrowadinformers ii iinfomers
informers got aboard his speelal oar oarwith cit r rtIth
with a proposition to settle the polIU polIUal politieal
eal < al differences In the Republican party part s
there They had a scheme that pro provided prutided ¬
vided for the resignation of all candi ¬
dates and the aelection of a new set by bya b y ya
a blp bIpsrttsan rtlsan committee committeeThe comnjittoeThe
The man who made the proposition to t 0
Uncle Joe was a tall gaunt princi principal principal ¬
pal of a female seminary
Why said Uncle Joe you cant can t
dr that If you tried it theyd throw throwyou thro throyou
you ao high In the air that thd blue
birds would build nests iiv youVhulr youVhulrbefore yottr hal r
before you got down downThere downThere
There Is an old negro down in my in y
town said John Sharp Williams tha thaDemocratic Ui UiTamociratio
Democratic leader of the house that thi Lt Ltcid t
rtid me a service I wanted to reward rower d I
him HO I said saidUncle
4 Uncle which shall I give you a aton aton
ton of f coal or a bottle ofwhlsky orwhlskyoh1
iToh oh1 de Luxvd Massa John he heroijiiBcl Ii e eroiIiIetl
roijiiBcl youall shorely knows I buhn buhnCONFTRlffiATIONS huh n nwood 1
wood woodi
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CONFTRlffiATIONS CONFTRlffiATIONSWashington CONPIltATIONSWashington
Washington Dec 16 ILThe The senate to today te teda ¬
day da cgnjBrjned Robert N Dunn regis register reli reliter ¬
ter of the he land office ai Couer dAlene dAleneIdaflGfedrge dAlunIdareo1
IdaflGfedrge Idareo1 H Moulton of Colorado Coloradoconsul Colof ColofcoiuI
consul coiuI at Georgetown Demcra Guiana GuianaCONSUMPTION QuianNUMPTIOM
CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONv NUMPTIOM
Hope Hot v fresh air alt rqst and andr aric I I ISiott
Siott Siottl r Emulsion a the themtdfes
mtdfes for con consumption consimtion ¬
sumption simtion Scotts Emulsion Emulsionwill I
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A will alvays bring comfort and andrelief anc ancrelief I
relief L often cure Scotts ScottsEmulsion S SEiFsion
Emulsion does for the con consumptive co cosuinjvewhat ¬
sumptive suinjvewhat what medicine alone alonecannotdo a1oncannotdo
cannotdo Its the nourish nourishmenl nourishiient
menl in mit it that lakes the pa patient patient ¬
tient in l i lon fridef triddtawar Mwarxi MwarxiV Mwarxiihealtk I Ihealth
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NOTYET YET YETSHE U1RE
SHE SHERuined SREAFRAUD SREAFRAUDuihed
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Ruined R Banker Beckwifh B OkW1h Meets MeetsMrs
Mrs Cnadwick CnadwickDRAMATIC
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DRAMATIC P SCENE IN JAIL JAILCEOWDS
+ T I IROWDS j 1
C CEOWDS OF CTJ Ct2IO1J oTJS PEO PEOTHRONG
THRONG TOGTchBRIDOItS T E COKKIEOBS COKKIEOBSvsflt
c1ei3It r Iej3 sttL
vsflt 14k5 first d1 iinxte injbe onty jailwas jailwasa Jail was
a busy bcsyone one for hen Sherecelved ser sereraf
eraf e rar visits from her attorneys heldlong heldlongconferences held l ng
conferences c with thoniconverged tlcim coiyererj v ith ithnevspdper
nevspdper x men and for fifteen minutes minutessinod
xs
sinod s ood fno face tr to > tace fn fi with with T Pmsident > ro srlAnt Beak Rpnkwith
with of the tb Oberlin bank who has hascome
come c ome to such gre grett t trouble through his hisflnncial hisinancial
flnncial f transactions with her herThe herThe
The meeting was dramatic The Theaged Theged
aged a ged banker who hadfor had or hours bean beantefore
tefore t fore the th countygrand county grind jury went IQ IQthe
the office ofSheriff ot ShrIVC Barry this after afternoon ¬
noon I and asked if h ht might s se e JJ Ns s sChiidwlck
Chiidwlck The sheriff readily eon eonrented
rented r and Mrs ChadivjcR was eager eagertc
tc t meet him Accompanied by Mrs MraEeckwlth
Eeckwlth B ckwlth who owing to her husbands husbandsiy
iy i ii health is aUvajra by his side th thaged tha
aged banker made maJuhI his way slowly aod aodfeebly
feebly ebiy up the Jong ion flights of stairs
leading l to Mrs Chadwloks cell She Shonet Shenet
j net him at the entrance of the corridor corridoron
on rt4 shook hands with wit him cordially cordiallyEeckVith
After some general Conersat1on Mr j
EeckVith referred to thf their Ir business re relations ¬
lations l by saying sayingI sayingeckwith
eckwith Sti111cubtui
I rg rdiuuiw1ik Chadw ck you ott h nve ve ruined me
bUtum not so o sure yet you are u ufiaiid tiftapd
fiaiid I have stood by you to my last lastdollar
dollar and I do think now that the thetime
time t tni hs hfi comeor come or mu t ihake known knowneverything knowneverything
everything in relatlojfrto Ihis thing
Beokwiths yolqe betrayed deep emo emotion ¬
tion us he spoke oke and he leaned lnned heavily heavilyen
en ci the arm of hIs wife vho ho was nJ nJn iUn4ost
n n4ost ost compelled to support him himgreat SP SPgreat
great was his physical weakness Mrs MrsChadwick
Chadwick did riot reply directly to the thewords thiswords
words of Mr Backwith but her man manner ¬
ncr and the look on her face were not notconciliatory
conciliatory Seeing that she would not notanswer
answer Mr Beckwith went on onI
I have ahvay told you that I did didr
r ot like it because you changed your yourlawyers
lawyers so often Why dorit you get a aSOod
good one and stick to him himWell
Well said saldMrs Mrs Chad Chadwick wick in reply
I 3 have reasons for that thatMysterious thatMysterious
Mysterious Question QuestionHave
Have you heard from Judge Olcott Olcottrecently Olcott1eCCnty
recently was Mr Bectyviths Bocl withs n nt ntquestion t tquestion
question questionNot questionNot
Not since I left New York was wasMrs wasirs
Mrs Chadwlcks reply replyHas replyHas
Has he changed his mind mindNo mindNo
No he has the same belief that thataiwas h halways
always held heldTo heldTo
To what matter tter the questions referred referredvas referrqdas
vas as not knpwn Mr tr and Mrs Beck Bekwlth Beckwith
with Ujen both said they hoped the thematters
matters connected with the Cha4wick
affair would be eventually straightened straightenedout
out The interview Int rview then closed Mrs
thiadwkk thanked him 1or itlitng itlitngSlACok
shook hands with Mr and Mrs Beck Bsekvith Beckith
vith ith and said she would be pleased to tohave tQhave
have them call again againMay agap agapNay
May Appear in Court CourtThere CourtThere
There is n possibility that hqajius hqajiusri
ri the Chadwick case may bo resumed resumedtotnorroiv resumedtormw
totnorroiv morning in the bankruptcy bankruptcytcurt bankruptcyecrt
tcurt and that she will be summoned summonedas
as a witness although the possibilities possibilitiesare
are that the hearing will go oxiev eve wtUl wtUlSaturday u uSaturday
Saturday and possibly until Monday
RooeJvQT Loesw said late thisIafter thisIafteriinon this after afterlillon
iinon that he made no arrangements to tohuVe toher
huVe her summoned tomorrow al although although ¬
though he might ask in the morning morningthat morningthat
that it be done doneI
I know nothing of her physical con condition conchttlon ¬
dition said aId Mr Looser and db not notwJsji notrJnh
wJsji to have her called until she Is Isable s sable
able to undergo an examination but butthat butthat
that may be of some length The Thechances Thechances
chances that there will be no hearing
before Saturday SaturdayAn
j An application for an additional re receiver receiver ¬
ceiver forthe Chadwiok estate w wr wrmade s smade
made in the common jiieas court this thisafternoon thieafternoon
afternoon by the Savings Banking
Trust company of Blyria O which has I
brought suit against Mrs Chadwick on ontwo OrtwQ
two notes of 26000 and 10000 raspeot raspeotively
ively
Lawyers in a Quandry QuandryMrg QuandryMrs
Mrs Chadwick this afurnoon re retiu yetiued
tiu tiued d the attorney who is to conduct conducthfr conducther
her defense when she is oHd for fortrial en entrial
trial In the federal court He is J P PIftwjgfirsof Pflw1ey
flw1ey one of the ieadini crimiu I Ilwyerso
Iftwjgfirsof Cleveland Sheldon Q Ker Kerruish Kerrulsh
ruish will assist Mr Davl flawley j Mr Ker Kerrolsh Kerruish
rolsh said this afternoon afternoonIt
It Is very difficult to know what is isbest h hbeat
best to do for Mrs Chadwick She Shesays Shione
says one thing thin and a little later will willfiVQ I Igive
give a totally different version of the thesame I Iame
same matter Until ve have succeeded succeededIn I Iin
In getting her affairs straightened out I
it will be difficult to say what we wIt ylll yllldo I Irio
do I do not know of any anycase case where whereIt wherhas
It has be been n so difficult fdf fol an attorney attorne r rget
to get his bearings bearingsAttorney bearingsAttorney
Attorney Betained BetainedMr EetainedDawley
Mr Dawley after conferring with with3Ursk wit witMriib
3Ursk Ghadwiek sr < thirty minutes an announoed zt ztXlounoed
nounoed that ho hail been retained but but8ia bu t tsaid
said 8ia his talk with her h had d covered no notiVJior
tiVJior ground than that of engaging him himto histo ri
to a ct t In her benalf A line of defense defenseWAS defensiws
WAS something he hud not had time thmtcpnsider
to tcpnsider consider and which he could not de d dtermine
1 Urmlne until he had consulted her ho r rfLuhly
fully fullyTha fLuhlyThe
The present programme of the fed fedeiai
eiai authoriti s is to have Mrs Chad Chadtiok Cbsdt
tiok t Ack arraisned Jn the Uaitod Staka Stakadistrict l ldtrict
district court before Judge iWgn on en enMonday
Monday next nextShe
She will be asked to plead to U the e ih
dlctmQnts and will be given a chance chanceto 0
to furnish bail is able to do so soBeckwith
Beckwith and Spear may be ar arlutgned
lutgned at the same time but this has ha hariot
not yet been definitely decided upon uponCROWDS uponCROWDS
CROWDS AT ATTEE THE JAIL JAILMany J IL ILNany
Many People Said SaidTiiey They Had Busi Business L Lhess ¬
ness With Mrs Chadwick ChadwickCleveland
1 Cleveland Dec IS 16Mrs Mrs ChadwlcKs ChadwlcKsfirst S Sfirst
first night In the county jell was passsd passsdin pesos I IIn
in a comfortable manner according to toher t
her own statement and this morning morningshe mor1n 9 g gshe
she was not only contented with her hersurroundings h r ratniroundings
surroundings but expressed herseirto herseirtothe hersel f t 0 0the
the matron Mrs Hall as being de delighted r ¬
lighted with being again with her herfilfertls he hefi1jrds
filfertls in Cleveland She he reared in inU i rt rttier
U tier r cell a short time after 12 oclock oclockput ocloolbut
put was unable to sleep for several severalhours sevem
hours She did not awaken until afiQr aft aftS r
8 oclock A physician wno who was called calledsuffering c i1 l lat
at her request declared that she wh whsuffering
suffering from nervous and physioa physioaexhaustion physkxexhaustion
exhaustion and would not for several severaldayui sever t
dayui daysb be In a proper condition to atr atrtendito at attends
tendito tends to business matters mattersShe mattersShe <
She announced today that she fait faittired f l t
tired but pretty well for all thai thaiShe tha thaShe
She walked for a short time up aftd aftddOwn ai j
dOwn the corridor outsidb the matrogjs matrogjsquarters matro matrouartcrs
quarters uartcrs after rising but said that snd snddid shi shidid
did not care for any breakfast until untillater unt Ii Iilater
later
Visited by Her er Sort SortThe SonThe
The first persona to call at the jail jailtp ja jate
tp sae her were her son Enjll Enii Hoover Hooverarid Booveand
arid her nurse n rOr Freda Swanstrom The Thelatter Tb Tblatter
latter came down from Mrs Chad Chitdwlcks ChadwEks
wlcks wEks home with some clothing for forMrs d
Mrs ChadwicU and some linen for her herbed he hebed r
bed Both the nurse and Emil were wereallowed wer C Calloisud
allowed to see her lye a short time tiinet tiineturs t e enurse
nurse urs rerijainlng after aftertheonpg aftertheonpgfldtIettthe the xpuigt un
fldtIettthe jatLWt a nCormid h hjd
jd theprLQnerexpreaedrnei
self s elf asnot satisfied atIfld with the prospect prospectand
and a nd asked that arrangements be made madewith madeith
with w ith a hotel close by to send in her j jmcals I IeaJs
wo mcals c wc eaJs This wa w done and at 10 10iQe j
ozfclbck o iQe she called tof o her breakfast j jhe
heate he ate lightly but seejmed in better
spirits s after doing so than she had
been b een When she arose
Crowds qEa of the Curious CuriousA
A great many people devoured with withcuriosity I
curiosity c mada strenuous etforts to see
Mrs M rs Chadwick during the early part
of o f the morning and Sheriff Barry was
kept k ept busy turning them away They Theytfaine
tfaine t ame to the Jail IT ii awarjns and they
Kept I Ic ejt the sheriffs telephone bell on a j
constant c jingle jingleI i
I dont know who they are said the
ftherHT ertff I ask them whai they want wantto
to t o see her for and they say they are areriends
friends f fh of hers and they would like to
have h ave a t talk with her Some of them themClaim
Claim to t have business with her but butihej I
ihej heinfiluot fll ot say what hi is th the nature of
their t busines know that one ortwp ortwpof or tw p
of o f thorn are people who desire to serve
noticeof n suits for debt upon her but butthey
they t will L1t be obMged to vat for a time timeat
ta at a t least I guess lots of people think
that t we e keep a circus down here and andthat
that t anybody can get it I will not nothave
have h ave the woman disturbed in such a
manner m while I have charge of her herGrand
Grand Jury Session SessionThe
The county grand jury continued its itsinvestigation Itsnvestigation
i investigation today but President
Beckwith B of the Oberlin bank who was wasto waso
to t o be the star witness of the day had hadnot hadot
not n ot put In an appearance ppe traflctt Cashier Spear Spearwasa
wasa w aa a witness and wept over again the thestory
story s of his experiences with Mrs MrsChadwick
Chadwick C He gay to the jury also alsoall
all a ll he knew Qoncerhtag the New York Yorkattorney
attorney a vho was ald > by Beckwith to
have h ave declared that he knew the Car Carnasie
nasie n agie notes to be genuine genuineMr
Mr Beckwith who followed Cashier CashierSpear
Spear S pear as a witness was In the jury juryoom
room r for more than two hours His Histestimony
testimony t was given frankly and free freely freey ¬
ly l y Prosecutor Keeler said and the thestate
state s wan aided much in investigation investigationMr
Aj Mr A ir Keeler said after the neon ad
j ourament
I do not ejcpect the grand jury to
make a report in the Chadwick matter
this t weak Although we have not yet yetsummoned
summoned s any new witnesses the jury
will nevertheless continue the inquiry inquiryIn
In U I the hope of o obtaining farther evl evldonee
donee U ence on which to base an indIctment IndiotmentTrouble
Trouble FOP Spear SpearThe
The Indictments returned retur ed yesterday yesterdayin
in i n the federal court against President PresidentBeckwith PresidentBeckwith
Beckwith and Cashier Spear may re result ¬
sult s uit in trouble for the latter at least leastas
as a s far as bondsmen are concerned He
is i s now under bonds of 10000 furnished furnishedby
by M A Lander of this city Mr MrLander
Lander declared today after a confer conference ¬
ence e nce with Mr Spear that he did not notfe noteI
fe f eI l that he could give u personal bond bondfor
for f or a larger amount than he had al already atready ¬
ready signed and that If anything anythingmore anythingmore
more was calledfor called for under th thifedeial thifedeialndictments federal federalsurrender
I ndictments he might be compelled to tosurrender
surrender Mr Spear to the authoritii authoritiiThis authorittoThis
This matter however will not be set settled settIed ¬
tIed until after Mr Spear has been beenarraigned beenarraigned
arraigned in court courtLawyer courtLawyer
Lawyer Called CalledThe
The first outsider to be admitted to tosoe tosee
see Mrs Mr Chadwick alter afterher her nurse was wasC wn wnC
C H Gale a member of the legal firm firmui firmof
ui of jviiue Kline Toh1 JUKS of uvriL jnl Jtr Kline Klineth rvimv
the th senior member of orthe the firm was a acaller acaller
caller on Mrs Chadwick He Was in inher Iiiher
her room in i New York at the Uma of ofher of11cr
her arrest by United States Marshal MarshalHenkel javsiIalHenkel
Henkel Mr Gale was not summoned summonedby
by Mrs Chadwick but declared to toSheriff toSheriff
Sheriff Barry that he wished to see her heron heron
on legal business He remained with withher withher
her for half an hour and when leaving leavingdeclared Ieavln
declared that his firm had not been beenretained beenL
retained by Mn Chadwick and would wouldnot wouldnot L
not act for her in the courts courtsTangle coyrta coyrtaTangle
Tangle Straightened StraightenedThe
The tangle of the theroce1vers receivers of Mrs MrsCliadwlcks Mrsr
Cliadwlcks property was straightened straightenedtoday I r
today when Herbert W Belli the re receiver ¬
ceiver appointed by b the common pleas pleascourt pleacourt I
court turned over to Nathan Loeser Loeserthe
the receiver designated by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates I
States district court all lt the property propertyof
of the Chadwick estate in his posses possession possession ¬
sion Mr Bell surrendered to toReuelvei Receiver ReceiverLoeser
Loeser all the securities which had hadbeen hn hnbeen I
been given to Iri In Reynolds by Mrs MrsChadwick
Chadwick including the Carnegie notes notesand noteand 3
and the trust agreement agriementBETiEAINS J JEEKAINS
EEKAINS IK PARIS
Drv Chadwick Has BasNot Not Started For ForThis Pa PaThis C
This Country CountryParis CountryParis
Paris Dec 35 I5Mr Mrs Cassjp LChad LChadvIcKs Ii Chad Chadv1c1tS
vIcKs belief that her husband Dr DrLeroy DrLoy
Leroy S Chadwick has called tgr New NewYork Ne
York from Liverpool is erroneous Dr DrChadwick DrChadwick
Chadwick Is still til1 here hereThe
The correspondent of the Associated AssociatedPress AssOciatePress I
Press has seen him daily During uring a aconversation
conversation last night Dr Chadwick Chadwickwas C
was asked if Iri Reynoldn charges chargesagainst chargeI S
against him might lead to a prolonged prolongedstay I
stay in Europe Dr Chadwick replied repliedthat repilethat 4
that it was still his intention to return returnto returito i
to America AmericaDo
Do you expect to bo Included in the theirges th S Scharges i
charges irges the doctor was asked askedMost sjted sjtedMost
Most certainly not he replied repliedi
i Dy uf v Chadwick nauwjuA s spoke > yyge in of his nis length lenginj lenginjstays
stays abroad which seemed to indicate indicatethat e
that he has ha been absent much of the thetime th e
thf
time during the business operations of ofhis o ohis f
his wife He said he came to Europe Europein Euro e
in 1901 remaining eighteen monthsand monthsandthat months an anthat 1
that during most of the time he was wasin iva S Sin
in bad health and not expected to live liveowing I
owing to an attack of Roman fever feverdming eve eveduiftig Ir r
dming his sojourn in Italy After re returning returning ¬
turning to Cleveland Dr Chadwick vis visited visIted ¬
ited a number of cities in the United UnitedStates ii iiStates
States ar arA < then came back to Europe Europefor e efor
for another eight months nIn thi He made madeanother C Canother
another trip to America but as he waft waftstill va t tstilt
still ailing returned to Europe where wherehe e ehe
he has ba since remained remainedDr
Dr Chadwiak has decided not to totnake t tmake
make a formal statement He says saysi
i i he is determined not to see any more morerepresentatives mor morrepresentatlvca
< representatives of the press as he con considers ¬
t tI elders his statements have been mis misquoted mI mIquoted eonI I ¬
I quoted This does not apply to the theinterview Ui e eInterview
interview of the Associated Press of ofDec c cDec
Dec 12 In which Dr Cbadwicks state statemeats statemcnts
meats were taken iStenogr atenogrpblaIly phlpally and andwere an d
were afterwards read and approved by byhim b bhOn It dIt
him before transmission to the United UnitedStates Unite ci ciStates
I States Ha refers to fantastic inter interviews Interviews
views crediting him with making exV e eaggurated
aggerated statements statementsDr
Dr Chadwick was still at his ho hoS l lat tat
at noon today and had not made ar arrangements airangements ¬
rangements for his Departure DepartureOLDEST leparture lepartureOLDEST
OLDEST IN THE KAVYNew NAVY NAVYNew
New York Dec 15 1Tbe The frigate Con Constellation Corstellatich ¬
stellation the oldest ship In the Amer American Ameilean ¬
lean navy after having been thor thorI thenoughly
I oughly overhauled was recommis I
sipned today at the navy yard in ini I IBrooklyn Ifl fl
i Brooklyn She will be b used as a re receiving r rcalving ¬
calving < hID at Newport NewportWJLL ewporL ewporLVW3II
I WJLL FIGHT THE CASE CASESan
San Francisco Dec 15 1Superft 1SuperftJudge Superior SuperiorJudge r
Judge Cook decided today that George GeorgeW Gooz e ew
W Letcher the Santa Clara Cal cap ¬
l italist must go back ba lc to Ohio to an answer I Iwor ¬
swer wor an Indictment Jor f rarscn arson Letcher LetcherImmediately LtchrImmediately
Immediately filed an appeal to the su supreme Ftprenle ¬
preme court The Thealleged alleged crime took too tooplace
place twenty years ago agoA agoA
A New Flavor FlavorTOR
TOR BREAKFAST BREAKFASTGRAPMTS REkXPASTGAPiLS
GRAPMTS FOOD FOODFurnishes F9OD F9ODPurnishes
Furnishes the Carbohydrates CarDohyduatesin
in form qrm of Tojifc PajCSiiga Sugar valu valuable vaiuable ¬
able for Athlete i Srain SrainWorkers in inWorkers
Workers or Invalids InvalidsAtQrors
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L bple p1 Talked Ta Ik d Jlbput Jlbputt Iicititt
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t is a pretty ga1Ia a18 3 joke ° kC on ihe he candy
1 peanut P and fruit venders of Washington Washingtonwhen
J when w hen the commissioners decldij decid and de
dare d are that applicants for positions on the thepolice
i police pm p fore must have sound teeth re remarks ye
marks m arks a representative from rum mc of the thewestern
w western states statesNow
Now I am pretty fond of these little
t things th ings myself and theres a sfcnall nafl place placedown
J down d own here iere on the avenue where I traae
The T he small merchant says the thepoliee police are
t about a the most persistent pick p1ckrsup > rsup o ocandy at
candy c peanuts apples pears and such suckke
l fl ke and that f the wer 1111 toothless
I it would bo a SQfJsend to the small deal dealra
ers e < ra who are at their mercy
This Is not told you for a Jjke but it itis
j is a joke aserious a serious one for these pert peildlera
dlera d < icra of candy etc etcFrom I
From Indiana comes this 004 story storychronk I
A chronic officoseeXsr had jna jniirned iaged to togel toet
gel g et the nomination for or congress and was
waging V a vigoro vlgorotS us campaign but with lit lite 1 1tic
tic tI e chance of success successI
I He was adurettoing an audience In a I
1 i town t own whore ho was Well known vbilt btitziOt not notvery <
very v ery greatly admired In the cutirse or i ihis I I
his h is speech he made an effort to explain eaplainat j ji
i that th at he was not anxious for me oiiice oiiicebut OrIICCut
j but b ut his friends had Jorced thetjOntirJatJon thetjOntirJatJonon
on o n him himI
I did not seejt seee the office my friends friendsho
1 ho h o said but for years the nomination oas oasbeen
been 13 0011 following me It roams that I Icouldnt
couldnt c get away from it and andHere andHerc
Here lie was ninu ilrt iy n lapk lapkcountryman lapkountryman
countryman c who yelledout yelledoutIt yelled ouCr
It may be that rite uu > v nag 1iaWttiMt1 lu tt fl flowing pl pllowlng
i l lc owing you but you OU are re sW B very veryaoy
aoy c > ayit it will never catch you Mr MrZ
Z w I
Senator Blackburn tells a zood story storyabout
about a a man who grew tired of hutanig
his h is conscience In aoeyance I
This consciencestricken Individual
sayn S 38 te senator had boon a cow at
torney t for a railroad Ills duties being to toresist
resist r claims brought for cattle that ware
killod k illed o cit thotrack the traek He was f lull ul of all
kinds k Inds of artfurdoages and was successful sucees5tun
Ig Iti I n savins savIn the4railroad company many manygood
good g ood dollars which would have been paid paidout paidut I
out o ut for genuine Jerseys I II j
However the company had a disagree j
meet m eat with the attorney He ic was dig digmissed dismissed
missed froin roai the service Thereupon he hebecome heehame
become b a very active and zealous pro
motor of like claims for the other sIde PldeOne
One day as he was addressing a ajury Jurjf
in i n a justice court he became very severoi severoinot
not n ot only upon the company but the law lawyer
yer y et representing It Finally the railroads railroadsttorney
attorney a at grew tired of the tirade and
1 threw t the fellows flo ± s record et t him This Thisyou
you y ou knoz kno la I sometimes done by poll pollticians
t ticians as well as lawyers lawyersThe lawyersThe
The fellow winced and nd said he ac acknowledged a ¬
knowledged k that for years he had resisted resistedjust
just 3 Ust such claims But said he for icrthose forthose
those four out years I held my conscience in
abeyance a aI and now It has broken loose looseI looseregret
I regret my act and propose to set every everyollar
dollar d I can foi oi hiy my clients clientsThe elionts4 elionts4a elionts4The
a
The late William TVelghtsnan the mil
lionalre l chemist of Philadelphia took a
deep d eep interest in the army and navy Ho
did d id not particularly approve the seniority seniorityruh
r ruh ule of promotion but he held that as
long l ong a this rule was In force it uhould
be adhered to and instances of Us over overriding ¬
riding r angered him himOn himOn
On the occasion of an unusually young youngoltifers
soldiers s installation into a captaincy over overa
a dozen older men Mr Wefcrhtman said saidwith
with a smile smileThis smileTlus
This case reminds me of my friend
Lieutenant Blank Blank was In the navy
and he was getting to be a pretty old oldman
man There seerred no chance of his hispromotion
promotion though thoughAt
At lunch one day someone called at attention atCentlon ¬
tention to his baldness baldnessYouare baldn sa
Youare You are very v bnid Blank the man mansaid mansald
said 1 never saw so bare a head What Whats
Is I s the cause of ofroiir your baldness baldnessjj
It jj a due Blank answered to fco fcomany iomany
many Junior officers stepping over my
head headMiss
4 4Mls
Miss Christine Tinllnc of Liverpool has hascom hasromp
com to America for the odd purpose of
teaching public speaking to American Americanwomen Americanwomen
women womenA >
A bright younjr youi4 reporter Interviewed
Miss Tlnlmg the other day He hojvetl
j that she wouldsay would 3v ridiculous and 4th 4thsurd
surd things about bor mission herezthins
t that would work iy > Into a a Ainn unn > stoia tei
I but she talked very vcr sensibly She Sh per perceived ¬
at once that th the reporter desired
1 to make game of her and she called his hlsMine
Mine li me of questioning sharp practice practiceSham
Sharp practice thougn Erie > bald Is Isa isa
a game at which two can play and they theywho theywho
who try It usually meet their match
Thon smiling Site told trio reporter an anappropriate anappropriate
appropriate storjtji storjtjiA storyeA
A A farmer she bcgan want to tp an anagricultural anagricultural
agricultural fair with500 with sco in Ws piicSfiU
As he lived ata ataiictance dlstance during thaprogress the theprogress
progress of ofthe the air he li uasoblJscd was obljctl to put putup pUtup
up at an Inn On the evening of 4f hisar hisarrival ht ar arrival ¬
rival he depositedliis deposited hf 500 OO with the fan fankeeper Innkoser
keeper keeperKeep koserKeep
Keep this for me he said until 1 I ask askfer askcc
fer cc It stBut x xBut
But when some days later heesme lecomo to
depart the Innkeejjarknew tnnkeeper knew nothing about abouthis aboi3thi5
his money t tThere
There must be some mistake the theTjicue therpctie
Tjicue saJd You dldht leave ajiy ajiywith ap apwith
with me meAnd
I And so io willy hilly the poos poo farmer1 bud budto
to u KUana go away ciupLy empt hardei siaiiue i kOtilltlg iNutmiS i h hcould p pcould
could say ay or do would compel th the landlord landlordto landlordtoreturn
to toreturn returji the money to him himrhe hintrhe
rhe farmer irrner called on a lawyer for rc rcdrfesi soharp
drfesi drfesiSharp Sharp practlc6 practI said tht lawyer after afterho afterho
ho Had heard the mans story sti Well Wellsharp t1el1sharp
sharp practice must be me met t Tmh sharp sharppractice sharpPracrice
I practice Ill tell you what L want you to todo todo
do 4 r rThi
doTht
Tht lawyer thought a moment Then Thenhe Thenhe
he went on The biggest man in yourvjllago your ywrvJllae
vjllago Is Snooks Take Snooks with you youto youtO
to this Jnkeepor and in Snooks presence piesenpcdeposit presencedeposit
deposit for safekeeping with the man an another another ¬
other 3 Then report to me meThe meThe
The mrmer departed Tne next day he hereturned hereturned
returned returnedtVeLl
Well I did it ho said Th Fh inn innkeoperseeme4
keeper keoperseeme4 seemed surprised but he took the themoney
money 1 have Snooks to witness that thathe thathe
he took it itVory itTory
Tory good paid the lawyer lawyertomorrow Now Nowtomorrow
tomorrow go to the innkeeperalone and andask
ask him to give you your money back backAll backAu
All right said the farmer I doubt doubtIf 1oubtIf
If I shall aot et it though thoughYoull thoughou2l
Youll ou2l get it saJd the lawyor lawyorOf JawyrOf
Of went the farmer again againBy againJove
By Jove he said on his return I Idid Idid
did get it itGood ItGood
Good said the lawyer Inn have haveeverything haveeverything
everything in your own hands You have havefotton havegotten
fotton gotten back your first 303r JCov oc go get getnooks getSnooks
nooks take him with you to the inn and andin antilu
in his presence demand of thc innkeeper InoBeepertha innkeepertla
tha JflOO GO finpol P saw swi you place or safe tafeJh safeltpenipF
ltpenipF ip iil1 hands handshc
Jh hc < man fiicc tiecedeI edc < l ana thus with withrUMTv withit1Jrft
rUMTv nr liracijec cUcV Mls MIsS 1 4ltillliJ inHjiff eqddd eqdddguarp
sharp practice was defeated defeatedSEIZED defeatedSEIZED
SEIZED BY INSPECTORS INSPECTORSSmuggled INSPECTORSSmuggled
Smuggled Goods on Board United UnitedStates UnitedStntes
States Warships WarshipsNewport WnrshiisNewport
Newport News Va Dec 15 15Cue Cus Custoirs
tons officers ai Old Point today seized seizedontoard
ontoard the Unifed States cruiser San SanFrancJsc0 SanFranelirqo
FrancJsc0 just before the cruiser sailed sailedfdf satledfor
for Norfolk arich store of smuggled smuggledgoqds smugledgoqds
goqds including silks cigars china and andostrich andostrIch
ostrich feathers The value of the thegoods
goods seized cannot be ascertained the theofficials theotjleials
officials declining to discuss the mat matter matter ¬
ter further than to admit that the con confiscation conuiseatlon ¬
fiscation was made madePBICE
1 PRICE rusHiMi coaipra coaipraChicago +
+ 4
1 Chicago Dec IS 15Prlnc Prlnce Fnshi Fnshimi 4 4ml
+ mi will leave Chicago at 8 oclock oclocktomorrow +
+ tomorrow night for San Francises f fon
+ on the Overland Limited over the 4 f fi
4 i Chicago Northwestern A atop atopf > 9of
f of one day at Ogden and Salt Lake Lake4vwiirbe + 4will
4vwiirbe will he madeien made n route 4 4HEPREAGHEOTOCaWBOYS 4EHE
EHE HEPREAGHEOTOCaWBOYS HEPREAGHEOTOCaWBOYSjjEji PREAGHEBTO Ct1WBOYS Ct1WBOYSI
jjEji I I Y first rst appointment by a consld consldifi considVI
ifi VI crate conference was tasIn in thus lair lairof lairof
of the bad men of the west westremarked westremarked
remarked the RjnvW Rev W B Wheeler for formerly formerly
merly pastor here of the M E church churchSouth churchSouth
South yesterday I guess they theythought theythought
thought because I was big and brawny brawnyI
I could learn to shoot and fight when whennecessary whennecessary
necessary to enforce peace at meeting meetingLos meetinkLoS
Los CerrilQS N N M in 1883 and 1SS4 1SS4was 18S4a
was a town of about 500 5Q strenuous in inhabitants Inhahitanta ¬
habitants most of whom didnt 4Idnt know itnowrThdt knowWhdt
Whdt a a preacher looked llketilf lute tiff Tcamp TcampThere Ieai IeaiThere
There were two saloons which ran rantwentyfour rantwentyfoui
twentyfour hours a day including includingSunday includjigSunday
Sunday I chaf charterOd ter d a school hcnise for forsenices dr drservices
services and began to get acquainted acquaintedAmong acquaintedAmong
Among my first friend were wereprietots tbeipgo tbeipgoprletors
prletors of tncj ta twQ MLtijons Sgh Wj4t eliw eliwboys 0
< boys 1303 5 would tilde MnW iifton < m pry Uay da and andshoot Audiehoot
shoot up the townOne town One oneofcthese oneof these
Occaslorw Od casi ns I was passfiig down n Ms5n Ms5nstreet IIn I Ireet
street st reet and received a i bullet hole holegepted
stth
th ougltin b1tt ItdhfrL earn earntt
1r tt it and enton Ajustiee sug
gepted g ted that I might swear out a t war warfart warit
fart ra it but L told binuit was anold Jiat Jiatand ii t tid
ar and id I didt care about going to law over overtrifle overjtles
trifle tr jtles Somehow the bad men began to toevince toince
evince ev ince a sort of desultory Interest in inthe inre
t the ti re services They would always bring bringeir
t their th eir guns along but would never shoot shootcm shootal
cm C al off during the meeting 1 never neversucceeded nevercceeded
succeeded cu In getting more thin four fourmembers rothembeys
r members m but the congregations were werefair westir
I fair fa ir
fairI irI
I remember one day during services servicesthere servicesere
t there th ere was a little commotion in the theback theack
1 back b ack end A tall fellow Stewart by byname byame ¬
name n ame who had a splendid record as a adead aead
dead d ead shot arose and sold eaidJust soldJust
Just stop a minute parson if ityou ityoulease you youpleases
1 pleases pleasesThen p leaseThen
Then he and another man led a Cal folIqw Calw
1 Iqw lo w out Presently they returned returnedAll returnedAll
All right brother said Stewart StewartToms Stewartoms
Toms T oms just drunk a little but he wont wontbother wontother
bother b you any more moreThey moreThey
They had taken him across to the thetavern theavern
tavern t < avern and locked him up in his room roomThe roomThe
The Strenuous Steward StewardW
W E Willis one of the most des desperat deserat
perat p erat men in the aamp came to me meone mene
one o ne day and said he wanted to be besteward betenard
steward stewardv s tenardsteward
v Steward I exclaimed what would woulda wouldsteward
a steward do doWhy
4 Why he said sit in the Ih amen amencorner amenornei
corner c ornei an take Uj the collection Give Giveme Givee
me m e the job parson an youll find a ahealthy adalthy
healthy h > ante in the plate every Sun Sunday un una3 ¬
day d a3
So I made him steward He was as asproud asroud
proud p roud of hfe h Job as he would have been beenover beenvr
over o vr a brand new Winchester The Thecollections Theollections
collections c < were made In his piratical piraticallooking piraticatoQkinK
I looking l sombrero and he always got gotresults gotresults
i results results I could hear his hoarse whis whisper vhIser ¬
per p er as he went from pew to pew pewDamn prymn
Damn mn you shell out hed say if a aworshiper aorshiper
worshiper w didnt show a disposition to tocontribute toontribute
contribute c < promptly
Sometimes a man would throw in a adime aime
i dime d ime or a quarter and if my steward
didnt d think he had put up upas as the Lord Lordhad Lordad
had h ad prospered him heti reach signifi significantly signiuiantly
cantly c toward his hip pocket and whls whiser
per p er something that resulted Jn a ma maerial
t erial addiUon tp tire churchs reyenue reyenueoliections
Collections C by the stewards persuasive persuasivesystem persuasiveyntesri
system s werealways wre always good much betterthan better betterthan
than Ive Vv over had them since I re returned reuyned ¬
turned t to Missouri and he uncontest uncontestiby ancontestby
iby i demonstrated his fitness for the theoffice the11cc
i office 0
Saloons Close For the Elder ElderOne ElderOnedaythe
One Onedaythe day the presiding elder notified notifiedme
me he was coming tb Los Cerrilos I Iknew Inew
knew k new he had never been up against the thesort theOrt
i sort S of moral atmosphere that blew blewover blewver
over o ver our valley and I hustled around aroundto
to t o get things in shape for a serious seriousminded seriousminded
minded shepherd who might not ap appreciate appredate ¬
predate the broad spirit of the citi citizens citizens ¬
zens I went first to Bill and Ike Ikewho Ikewho
who ran the two saloons and poker pokerrooms pokerecite
rooms r and said saidBoys
4 Boys the boss Is coming over to topreach topreach
preach Sunday and Id sorter feel good goodif goodf
if i f you ou fellows closed uy during serv services servces ¬
ices i ces and come out with your families familiesThe familiesThe
The two men eyed each other cur curously
JUUQIJr l ously 1UI for U a 1II111UIU minute illlU and JJIll Bill ailIU said eta etahe as ashe
he hit his big first down hard on the thetable
table tablej
j Dawn Inmnad d if I dont do it narson narsonWhat liarsonWhat
What say you Ike IkeIm Ikea
a Im In replied Ikeyou Ike you cant get getthe getthe
the bulge on me when It comes to re religion reiglonI ¬
ligionThey h ligion
They were both there cleanshaved cleanshavedand I
and primped up like dandies Every Everyseat
seat was occupied and the steward stewardmade L Lmade
made a collection that did him proud
After the meeting was over the elder eldertold eldertold
told me he bud never addressnd a bet betterbehavedlind betterbehaved >
terbehavedlind terbehaved and roore atlentive atie tive crowd crowdHe erowdHeaddeci
He Headdeci added the opinion iitrion that the reports reportsly rortsof
of lawiessnera out oui way were great greatly
ly overrated A Committee of the best bestcitizens
citizens saloonkeepers bartenders po poker
her dealers and others accompanied accompaniedhim I Ihim
him to the thedepot depot next n t day and gave him hima
a sendoff that would have been an anhonor
honor to a grand duke I could see it ittickled Ittickled
tickled him immensely Within ten tenminutes
minutes after the train had gone the thecard thecard
card tables and bare were in full blast blastagainv blastagain
again
A Visit to the Saloon SaloonNext SaloonNext
Next year I was removed tj tp > Wat Watrous Watrous
rous 100 miles away and only visited visitedLos visitedLos
Los Crrllos once a month to preach preachOne preachOne
One rough night when a melting snow snowwas snowwascombr
was wascombr comins down in great sheets I was waswaiting waswaiting
waiting for the Santa Fe train to take takerne takeme
rne home The train was late There Therewas Therevas
was no operator In the little station stationand stationand
and no place to go excent the saloons saloonso aioonsIC
IC o get warm The train vas somewhere somewheredown somewhereclown
down the line only the winds and shel shelterless shelSeneca ¬
Seneca coyotes knowing Its location So SoI
1 walked up and down the streets shu shutring shIvering ¬
tring Once when I passed Bills aa aaloon saoo
loon oo he spied me meCome
4 Come in and get warm parson he hesaid hesaid
said saidT
T cant Bill you know why whyYes whyYes
Yes I know but they shajit shantbpther shantbptheryou bother botheryou
you you come in an Ill fix it all wghtand right rightand
and he grabbed my arm and nd led me meinto melto
into a bisjoem where some thirty or orforty orforty
forty cowboys and miners ware drink drinkIng drInkIpg
Ing playing cards and telling yarns yarnsPill
Bill rapped loudly on the counter counterFellers counterFellers
Fellers he siild the parson s laid laidout laidrut
out by his train what aint come an anhes anhes
hes no place to so cept in this heah heahSin heabgin
Sin palace an poker parlor Hell sit sitround sitround
round an smoke with us an swap tales talesthe talesthe
the right sort you understand understandbut understandbuttharli but buttharH
tharH be no drink sold over this bar barrn baren
rn no cards played till his kears come comeI comeliklng
I iking long Hes our guest Parson ParsonWheeler ParsonWheeler
Wheeler gentlemen gentlemenA
i A Sermon Prom a Card Table TableThere TableThere
There wasnt a protest from a man manI
j I was acquainted with most of them themand themard
i and soon had made friends with the theothers theothers
others We talked of lodes pay dirt dirtinethpds dirtzretliods
inethpds of drilling best way to breaK breaKbronchos brealcbroaches
broaches liniments for healing gunshot gunshotwounds gunshotwcund
wounds qualities of the different makes makesof
of o firearms compared the veracity of ofthe oflhe
the Indian Tudjanandthe and the Mexican and final finalJy finalitwpund
Jy itwound up by one of the cowpunch cowpunchers
ers tm from across the mountains asking askingme
me to make u Uttle talk on the sub subHct subtct
Hct tct of my profession I wouldnt have havesuggested havesuggested
suggested that because as their guest guestI
I felt the lawsof hospitality demanded demandedthat demandedthat
that Ifollow their lead but I was more moret moretan
t tan an glad of the opportunity the row eowman rowI
I man presented I mounted one of the theI
I card tables and in their own pictur picturesque picturesque
esque language as I had learned it itfrom Itfrom
from them told of toe Martyr of Cal Calvary Catary ¬
vary ary and the compassionate father As AsJ AsI
J went on they threw away their ci ciSftrs cigars
gars and several removed their hats hatson hatsot
ot a sound escaped them They were weretn
on their honor and I believe they theywould theyould
would ould have roughly bandied any man manshowing manshowing
showing the slightest discourtesy discourtesyI
I dont believe I ever spent a more moreprofitable moreprofitable
profitable hour in my life or one where wherethe wherethe
the mutual enjoyment was greater My Mycongregation Mycongregation
congregation was lustily singing Mesus MesusLover JesuiLover
Lover of My M Soul when the whistle of ofbe ofthe
the be belated train was heard and the theinfecting theihCEtIil5
infecting brose byo up upWithin ti tiWithin
Within a > veok eok a member of my sa saIcon anIcon
Icon audience shot urn itnel killed three threeinen threemuCh
muCh but It Was ashi In a fight he had not notI no noroughtGalIatIn
I sought1 roughtGalIatIn Gallatin Mo Car Kan Kanbie Kanbiety HS HSrty
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An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR FORaid OR ORaid
aid ordering a a special election for tthe ttheurpuse the thegurpose
gurpose of submitting to the qualtfted qualtftedelectors urdUteri urdUterielectors
electors of Salt Lake Gityv City Utah the thequestion theqUestion
question ofincurrhigra of bonded indebted indebtedness indebtedness ¬
ness to the amount of eight hundred and andfifty andfifty
fifty thousand 83000000 dolla dollars for the thai thepurpose
i purpose of supplying said city with withwater withwater
water and improving the present system systemof
of water distribution of said city and andateo andalso
also the question of incurring a bonded bondedIndebtedness bondedindebtedness
Indebtedness to the amount of one hun hundred hundred ¬
dred and fifty thousand 5150 sioePoOo QOQsOOj dql dqllar
lars lar for tha thapurposo purpose of laying and estab establishing ¬
lishing sewer mains and sewer system systemin
in the southern and western portions ot otsaid 01saId
said city
Be it ordajncd by the qty council of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtahSection
Section 1 That there is an immediate immediateand immediateand
and pressing necessity for increasing tl tlwater the thewateiy
water supply e sf Salt bake Clt city Utah and andalso andalso
also for the improvement uad extanaton extanatonof
of the present s sstorn stom of waterworks waterworkswhoreby waterworkswhereby
whereby the flfir Of said city is now nowdistributed flOWtilstributed
distributed throughout said city and andlso n nalso <
also lso that there is an immediate and press pressing presslug ¬
lug necessity for sewer mains and a asystem asystem
system ot seweras sewerage in the 5outker souikeiTp and andwestern andwestern
western portions of said city In which whichno
no sewerage system now exists existsSec existsSec
Sec 2 That to Increase said water sup supply supply ¬
ply and improve and extend the he nreeent nreeentsystem presentsystem
system of water distribution of f sai said olty ity
In the manner requIred calls lor and re requires requires ¬
quires an expenditure of eight hundred hundredand hundredand
and fifty 38600000 OOOOOO dollars dollarsThat
That to establish and provide sewer sewermains wrr wrrmains
mains and a sewerage system for the parr parrof partof
of said city above specified calls for and andrequires 551requires
requires an expenditure of one hundred hundredand hundredaad
and fifty tkousand tO6000000 dollars dollarsSec dollarsSec
Sec 3 That there are not ot sufficient sufficientfunds suttlolentfuads
funds in the city treasury t e defray said saidexpenses saidexpnsee
expenses or any part thereof and that in inorder Inorder
order to defray the expenses 4f making TOnkinisaid makingsaid
I said proposed improvements It t to B seees seeessary ceF ceFsary
sary for Salt Lake City to incur a b buded budedIndeatednees adod adodindebtednese
indebtednese to raise funds tnerelor In the thefollowing thefollowing
following amounts amountsPor amountsFor
For Increasing wather supply W WtK WtKFor
For establishing sewer mains and andsewerage anasewerage
sewerage system systemSec lH WiX WiXSec >
Sec 4 I That in pursuance oC sections
308 51 S0 and l of the Rrviso Statutes ot otUtmh otUtah
Utah of MSS it is hereby ordered that a aspecial aspechtl
special election be held In Suit IJIK Lake City CityUtah
Utah on the 3d day of January JftJI Mi for fortho forthe
the purpose of submitting to such quail quailfled tvaUfled
fled electors as shall have paW a property propertytax psertytar
tax in said city in the year i9C4 the gu aes aestion s stion
tion of iiwurrfng a bonded mdebtednaas in inthe Inthe
the sum of eight hundred uud fifty thou thousand thousand ¬
sand 150 3OISOf 0 h dollars for the ourpote of ofdefraying ofdefraying
defraying the expenses of IncvdMtng the thewater thewater
water supply ef said city by mrinx yng i i4is i4isand ip8 ip8ami
and establishing a water system vo con conduct conduct ¬
duct water from Big Cottonwool creek creekand creekand
and Mill creek and Uietr trlbuwrks to toSalt toSalt
Salt lAke City and acquiring water ana anawater andwater
water rights In said streams arJ iu Utah Utahhike Utahlake
hike and by improving and ercteding xt ftdmg th thpresent the thepresent
present system of water clstrJtMithm by bywhich bywhIch
which water is now distributed tterough tteroughout ulireughout
out said city also the question Of tecurr tecurrinc hicurslug
inc bonded Indebtedness in the sam of one onehundred onehundred
hundred and fifty thousand JaAMft JaAMftdollars >
dollars for the purpose ot defraying th thexpenses the theexpenses
expenses of establIshing sower mains and anda
a sewerage system In the southern and andwestern andwestern
western portions of Salt Lake City where whereno whereno
no sewerage system now exists existsSaid existsSaid
Said water system and suwi arwerage arwerageSaid weragesysteu
systeu shall be owned by Salt Laite City CitySaId
Said bends shall bear interest at a rate ratenot ratenot
not to exceed 4 per cent per ana annain am which wklcninterest whichintetes
interest shall be payable veaUacnually veaUacnuallyand
and said bonds shall beoome due nd I pay payable payable ¬
able at the end of twenty at l > ra r front frontthe trainthe
the date of issue with the option teaerved teaervedto
to the city to pay or refund n ne mate at atany a aany
any time after fter the expiration f t te n 1 1y l5 l5years >
y years ars after the date of f Issue and ab ii iibe 1Ibe
be of such denomination or deetu lo o WKatie atleeS atleeSas s sas
as the city council may mt hereafter de determine tietormine ¬
termine and the net revenues front saia saiawater saiWater
water system shan be set et apart fiwaao fiwaaoshali sr and andshall
shall be a sinking fund for the payment paymentof
of eaid bonds and Interest ther therer thererSaid an anSaid
Said election shall be conduct accord according aceordlag ¬
lag to tae aUtut statutes e and laws ef ffibah 1tahand ffibahand
and shall be held in manner and Ibrm Ibrmprovided rm rmprovded
provided tRwrebj thacebiSee
Sec 3 The mayor and city recorder of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City are h hereby r by directed and andrequired andrequired
required to o make proclamation of said saidspecial saidspecial
special election by publication > f a notice noticethereof noticethereof
thereof in inthree thrae J daily newspapers puo puolisbed puDlished
lisbed and nd circulated in se said d city eIr for tour tourUI r ri
i UI 8uec twecssstve asi we weeks ks prior te tk d 4te t of ofWJU of1tl
WJU 1tl election electionSM eleetlosSee
SM t This ordinance shall taint ef effect etfeet ¬
feet upon approval approvalPxstwd approvalPassed
Passed by the city council af Salt Sai LaK LaKCity LakCity
City Utah Nov 21 104 and fefecr reterd d K Ktb 50 50the >
tb the mayor for his approval approvalJOHN appr4valJOEtN
JOHN S CRITCHLOW City Reeotaer ReeotaerApproved itecoseerApoved
Approved this 22ii day oC Nearawi 1 1i04 1i04RiCHARD H HRICHARD
RICHARD P MORRIS Mayor MayorState MeyorState
State of Utah City and aa Caumy of Salt SaltLake SaltLakesa
Lake Lakesa LakesaI ss ssJ
J J S Crltchtow city t recorder cerd r of Salt Saltl SaltLake
l Lake ke City Utah do hereby certify tbat tbattho thittthe
the above and foregoing is a full true and andcorract nd ndcorrect
correct copy of an ordinance entitled An AnOrdinance AnOrdinance
Ordinance providing for and ordering a aspecial aspecial
special election for tire purpose of sub subjiIttfnff subnutting
jiIttfnff to the qualhied electors of Salt Saltike SaltLaee
Laee ike City Utah the question < f findebtedness lscrtflg lscrtflga
a bonded indebtedness to the amount ot otght oftght
ght hundred and fifty thousand < JSW JSWtjO O OOMO
> OMO tjO dollars for the purpose of i stpplying stpplyingraii n plylnf plylnfaM
aM city with water and improving the thepresent thercsent
present rcsent system of water dtetrlb distribution il n of ofaid ofsaid
aid city and also the quest questbn > R of in incurring Incuurriug ¬
curring a bonded indebtedness to the theamount theamouvit
amount of one hundred and iifty thou thousand thousand ¬
sand LaOCO tiilGOG 00 dollars for the purpose of oflaying 01laying
laying and esmbliabing sewer mums and andsewer andewer
sewer system tn the southern and west western westrn ¬
ern rn portions of said city passed by the theity theity
ity council of Salt Lake City Utah tah Nov
1 19ft awl approved by the mayor Nov No
2 1904 as appears of record in my office officeIn officeIn
In witness wh whereof reo I hay av here hereSeal hereSeai
Seal taste set my hand a and d afftaedtb afftaedtbcorporat zulrixed th thcorporate
corporate seal of said city thte 23d 23dday 23dday
day of November l3iM l3iMJ IdJ
J S CRITCIILOW City R RecrGCr RecrGCrNo c rd r rBill
Bill No 147 14
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND ANDrenacting ANDtonaetbig
renacting Secttan 1M 1i of the RevIsed Reyisedodinances RevIseddnances
odinances of Salt Lak Lake City CityBe CityBe
Be it ordained by the city council of oftilt oftit
tilt Lake City Utalu UtaluSection UtshSetion
Section L 1That That Section tOt of the th rc rcvsed revwed
vsed ordinances of Salt Lake City be beamended beamended
amended and reenacted so as to road as aswiloxvs asSection
wiloxvs wiloxvsSection
Section 163 Signs on or over streets or orsidewalks orsdcwsiks
sidewalks forbidden It shall be unlawful unlawfulI
I erect or maintain any sign or sign post postof POStf
of f any design or description on any side sidewalk se sewalk ¬
walk or to erect or permit such sign or ori orsign
sign i posts to project over ot across any anysidewalk anysidewalk
sidewalk or along the outer edge of any anycidewalk anysidewalk
sidewalk or across any water ditch or oron oron
on or over any part of any street or to topermit topermit
permit such sl sign m or sign post to project projectfrom projectfrom
from any building to which it i may be at attached attacheti ¬
tached ov over r the sidewalk to a greater greaterdistance greater3nstance
distance that twentyfour inohesr pro protrlded prorded
trlded however that electric signs made madeau
au follows may be erected upon the following lot lotlowing ¬
lowing conditions conditionsSigns conditionsSIgns
Signs in which all or part of the letters letterso
01 o which are made in an outline of in inrandescent inandcseent
randescent lamps transparent glass signs signsIlluminated signsUtuipinated
Illuminated with electric lamps and signs signswith signswith
with painted or raised letters having a aborder aborder
border of Incandescent lamps The num number numher ¬
her of Incandescent lamps on such sign signstall signstall
stall not be less than one laron lamp to each eachone eachme
one and onequarter square feet of sign signsurface algamrMee
surface on each side exposed provided providedhowever providedtiwever
however that no sign shall project from fromthe fromtho
the building to which it is attached across acrossany acrossany
any sidewalk street avenue or alley aIIe to toi togreater
i greater distance than thirUen feat No Nojpns Notigna
jpns now in position or hereafter placed placedn
n position on a a building shall exceed in inwidth inwidth
width four f feet t including all guys and andarace andrace
race rod rodAll rodeAlt
All signs must be put up under the thesupervision theftperviSiOn
supervision of and to the satisfaction of ofthe ofthe
the building inspector who will issue issuepermits Issueaermtts
permits for the same and collect the th fol following foltowing ¬
lowing fee therefor thereforFifteen thereforFifteen <
Fifteen cents per square foot for each eachand eachmd
and ev every ry illuminated side o of auoh cite electric citer1c ¬
tric sign signSection signSection
Section 2 2AIr All ordinances and raaolu raaoluions rseolulTOflS
ions or parts of ordinances and resolu resolutions resoluons ¬
tions ons Inconsistent herewith are Hereby Herebyrepealed Iterebyepealed
repealed repealedSection epealedScotia
Section 3 ZiTlrls This ordinance shall take takelfect takeeffect
effect upon approval approvalPassed approvalPassed
Passed by the city Council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah November 2Sth 1S04 and re referred reforred ¬
ferred to the mayor for his approval approvalJ
J 1 S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity
City Recorder RecorderVetoed r rVetoed
Vetoed by b the mayor and again pre presnted gresietted
snted to th the city council amended as asrecommended asrecorninspded
recommended by the mayor and again ajalnpassed againpasned
passed by the city council by rnor more than thanrothlrds Thantwothirds
rothlrds majority December 5th 1901 1901d 1901and
and d referred to the mayor for his ap approval approval
proval J S CRITCHLOTV CRITCHLOTVCity
City Recorder RecorderApproved RecorderApproved
Approved this 7th tJi day of December 1804 1804mCgARO M MCRAP1jO1RIS
mCgARO CRAP1jO1RIS K 3IORRIS Mayor MayorSiate MayorState
State of Utah County of Salt Lako Lakqss LakqssI ss ssI
I J S Critchlow city recorder of Salt SaltLake SaltEako
Lake City Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing is a full true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn
An Ordinance Amending and Reenact Reenactpg
pg g Section 105 of the Revised Ordinances Ordinancesif
if r Salt Lake City passed by the city citycouncil cityuneil
council uneil of Salt Lake City Cit Utah Novem November Novemher ¬
her 2Sth 19M and referred to the mayor mayorfor mayorfor
for his approval Vetoed by the mayor mayorand mayorand
and again presented to the city council councilamended councilamended
amended as recommended by the mayor mayorjrd mayornrd
jrd again passed by the city council by bywore bysore
wore than twothirds majority Becem Becemcior Decemor
cior or 8th 19 1004 < M and n1 approved by the mayor mayorecember mayorceember
ecember 7th 1904 as appears of record recordn
n my office officeIn officeIn
In witness whereof Ihave I have here hereunto herelnt
unto lnt set s my hand anti affixed the theStn thecOrPorate
cOrPorate seal of said city this thisSth
Stn day of December 1904 1904J
w J S CR1TCHLOW CR1TCHLOWCity
e City Rqp Rrir RrirBiil > rJ
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