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J THE sur i2AKEHE1LLD FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1904
F i HERALD Spowrjs G NEw S 1
RACE CIRCUiT CIRCUiTFOR
FOR NEXT SEASON
4
Salt Lake Joins Combination o oEastern
Eastern Tracks TracksSHOULD
SHOULD GIVE GOOD SPORT SPORTw
w s aoiis nis QVEMENT QVEMENTIN
IN THIS CITY CITYPna
Pna re now being formuItd by byboreemen
boreemen oC this city and Colorado to form formft
ft UtahColorado circuit for iiext year yearwhich
which If carried through ought to give giveloct
loct hortemen better hone racing than thant
t hey bvi had before W S Jofle who whobaa
baa eal the state Lair grountis track trackfor
for next year has been In correapondence correapondencewith
with Colorado horaemen for oma tlme tlmend
nd says the matter has not reached a afocus
focus yet but that h xpeete to be able ableto
to give the full detalla of the new cir cirtilt
tilt within a short time timeHowever
However over in Colorado the borae boraemen
men look upon the sehemo fi ft aure go goHere
Here Is what the Denyer News has to toay
ay on the aubject aubjectPresent
Present Indications point tO the great greatest
est raclnz eaon In 1O5 In the FIetory FIetoryof
of the Rocky mountain region Follow FollowIrig
Irig cloeely after the announcement Of Ofthe
the Ovsrsntl park programme iunl the en entry
try list of Salt Lake In the Colorado Coloradoracing
racing ctrcult comes the atatotnent that thatthu
thu circuit will probably be Increased Increasedfrom
from four to eleven tracks The new newcoursee
coursee seeking admiaslon are Long Longmoat
moat Gr eley Fort Collins and Brighton Brightonin
in thia state antI La Vegas and Albu Albunuerque
nuerque iii New Mexico The other tracks tracksin
in the circuit will be Overland Salt Lake LakeColora1o
Colora1o Springs Pueblo and Trinidad TrinidadThese
These eleven tracks will offer continuous continuousracing
racing from the early spring months to tolate
late in the fall A circuit of this kind kindwill
will attract the cream of the runring and andbarnes
barnes campaigners from the principal principalstables
stables in the country countryS
S r The DropoitIon for the hthancement
1 cf racing on the northern Colorado tracks tracksF
F was 1CU5 d by M H Morgan a prorni prorninent
nent llteeman from Greeley who waa in inDenveyeaterday
Denveyeaterday afternoon afternoonThe
The plan or securing circuit attrac attractions
tions for the new northern Colorado halt haltmile
mile tracks at Greeley Longinont Fort FortCollins
Collins and Brighton has been under con consideratlon
sideratlon since early fall said Mr Mor Morgan
gan There are strong and rapidly grow growing
ing cluba n each of these towns and the themembers
members of these clubs are wide awake awaketo
to the advantages ot organizaton A Auorthirn
uorthirn Colorado circuit embracing the theprincipal
principal tracks of this section of the thewest
west ii being considered With Salt Lake Lakeand
and the Las Vegas and Albuquerque Albuquerquetracke
tracke seid to be seeking entry the re reorganIzed
organIzed circuit would have grtt draw drawIng
Ing pow r for the best stables outside the thegrand
grand circuit circuitThe
The northern Colorado tracks could couldtake
take the horees alter the racin at Over OverlanI
lanI and give them several weeks of sum summr
mr racing before aL3rtinr for the far farweet
weet 1ach track could iuake a success successof
of threeday meetings such meetings re re111i11fl
111i11fl about a week each to act the thehorses
horses and to send them on to the next nextpoint
point These meetings would be fixed fixedrind
rind would be conducted along lines simi similar
lar to the Overland park iizeetings iizeetingsEVANS
EVANS HAS HIGH SCORE SCORELooks
Looks Like One of the Bowlers BowlersWho
Who Will Goto Mu MuI
I waukee waukeeThe
The Independents won four out of Uts Utsfive
five gaea played with the Seaators last lastvefltug
vefltug In the extra aerles between the theiagWe
iagWe boWlers Tie scorea as a rule were werenot
not ap to the ustal avezge However HoweverEvans
Evans of the Independents bowled a total totalf
f LM points for the five games which whichIs
Is the second best score made this week weekIlls
Ills average If conUnued for the re remainder
mainder of the games will easily insure insurehim
him a tyip to fltwauKee as one of the thesix
six beat bowlers In the lesue The Thescores
scores
Independents Independentslvans
lvans t i W W1lwe
1lwe 147 i5 I l 157 90 90l4arrtt
l4arrtt I 53 1 is i 75 75Davis
Davis 17 154 1S3 2 2 96 96SckdUng
SckdUng iI1 IS 15 1 364 S3 S3ThtIs
ThtIs 4E 4EAveragevans
Averagevans si 15 howe 161 161Barrtt
Barrtt 4 Dtyls 1 1b Schiuling
1 i
Senators SenatorsPIuse
PIuse ifi G I1 IU l7tL 49 49ColIh
ColIh 12 36 140 171 1 Th ThIuti
Iuti 14 OO 142 1ST N NZebring
Zebring 1 11 1 171 S46 S46Gates
Gates 174 1 146 161 136 Oc OcTotal
Total 117 iZ 7O S4161 S4161AveragesPIuage
AveragesPIuage 116 45 CoilIn 11 15 15Hufi
Hufi 181 34 Zehring i Gates 1I 15 15Pied
Pied Bool Americus AmericusBaltimore
Baltimore Dec Fred Beel of Mar Marsbslfletd
sbslfletd Vls threw Gea Schoenlen SchoenlenAsserIcLs
AsserIcLs of this city tonight In their theirwrestling
wrestling bout catchascatchcan style styleill
ill three straight fa1 of a fivefail con contest
test
Billy Stift Knocked Out OutBeston
Beston 1Isrbr Mich Dec 29Ia the thefourth
fourth round of a scheduled tenround tenroundmatch
match Tommy Ryan of this city knocked knockedout
out Billy Stiff of Chktgo tonight in inthe
the third round Ryan put Stilt down bitt bittthe
the bell sounded at the count of six sixFORMER
FORMER SALT LAKER LAKERCOMES
COMES TO GRIEF GRIEFPortiand
+ Portiand Ore Dec 29E L +
4 TIIIPeOIt athletic Instructor at atVsocouver +
+ Vsocouver Wajh barradcs for formerly ±
± merly Instructor at Thompsons Thompsonsgymnasium +
+ gymnasium in Salt Lake City and 4 4an
+ an athlete and wrestler of eonsld 4
4 erahle Rele Was thrown tonight In 4 4a
+ a wresUin match with a Japanesc 4 4Each
+ Each conttstant used his favorite 4 4style
+ style of wrestling After thirty mn 4
4 ute effort tee Japanese who was 4
4 b4MIt onethird the else of Thovnp 4 4son
+ son sucreeded in pIaing the Anglo 4
9 SOfl on the mat matTRIBUTE +
TRIBUTE TO RAISULI RAISULIPertflcaris
Pertflcaris Says the Baiidit Can Main Mainthin
thin Order OrderLondon
London Dec 23Ion Perdlcarls the theAmerican
American who with his soninlaw soninlawroifl5hi
roifl5hi Vailey a Itritish subject was waskidnaped
kidnaped aM held prisoner for ransom ransomby
by 11Ju11 the Moracesn bandit It May Mayof
of this year in a signed dispatch lo the theitandrd
itandrd says saysThe
The present situation in Morocco is ismost
most rous The sultans life is en endangeri
dangeri and theme who now direct at atfairs
fairs in the Moorish court are liable at atlins
lins Yflflntnt to go en bloc to the lnsurent lnsurenthad
had ho claims the throat as the theeider
eider brother ut the present suhtn suhtnMr
Mr Pertftcsrls says the enUrc country countryis
is Itormined to resist exclusive control controlby
by y foreign power Raisuil he headiian
adiian sure a relative degrte of or orIer
Ier It th district of Tangier but ow owjag
jag I th opposition of hIs followers he heeann
eann r deal directly with France Iar Iardtear
dtear aya he sugestd to tho French Frenchgovernment
government that they deal with Ralnuhi Ralnuhithrough
through the foretgi repreentattv at atT5ngIr
T5ngIr Na lusists that flalsuhi thus sup supported
ported cuski maintain order Be pays a atribut
tribut to Ralsuht as superlor IZI iflkay iflkayrqwts
rqwts te any of the officials among his hiscountrymen
I Io IS
countrymen
o
S aw awHOLIDAY
HOLIDAY RATES RATESVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineTitket
Titket on Sale December 23r11
lth and 31st 1514 and Janpry lst lst1E5
1E5 Final thalt January rd City
U ket oiliee 201 Main et Sec agen
BOOKIES HAVE PICNU PICNUEvery
Every Favorite at Ascot is isBowled
Bowled Over in Regular RegularI
I Order OrderLos
Los Angeles Dee 2g The eighteen eighteenbooks
books at Ascot today had an easy time timeof
of It as every favorite wes bowled over overwith
with regularity There wore no features featuresexcept
except the winning of fled Damsel at
36 to 1 In the first rice Ilildebrand witS witSfined
fined 150 for crowding and cutting oit oiterro
erro Santa with Interiiido in the second secondrace
race MeDanici took all the riding lion lioncrc
crc winning wltW three mounts and fin finishfng
ishfng second and third In two others othersWeather
Weather clear track fast Summary
First race one mileRed Damsel won wonVarro
Varro second Great Eastern third Time
142 142Second
Second race x furlongsDurbar won wonCerro
Cerro Santo second Interlude third Time
1133 1133Third
Third race Silver Slipper handicap one onemileElle
mileElle won Piin ess Tulane second secondEven
Even G third Time14016 Time14016Fourth
Fourth race Slauroim courseTim Hurst Hurstwon
won Joe KelLy second Anona third thirdT1me11O3
T1me11O3 T1me11O3Fifth
Fifth race one mile and a sixteenth sixteenthBlissful
Blissful won MeGrathiana Prince second secondAkela
Akela third TIme146 TIme146Sixth
Sixth race serej furiongeLem Reed Reedwon
won Golden Light soEond The Major Majorthird
third Timo127 Timo127RESULTS
RESULTS AT OAKLAND OAKLANDThree
Three PavoritesWinThree of uie Six SixRaces
Races RacesSan
San Francisco Dec Todays card cardat
at Emaryvilie had no special feature
Three favorites landed money Adirondack Adirondackat
at 13 to 1 won easily from Barney Drey
Lug and Batklor Summary Summary11rt
11rt race five furlongsBronze Wing Wingwon
won Emma Reubold secoiid Troy third
Timei 02 02Second
Second race six furlongsSad Sam won wonSd
Sd Lichtenstein second Mimo third Time Time1i4
1i4 1i4Third
Third race one mileAdirondack won
Barney Droyfus second Batidor third
Tlmne1 434 434Fourth
Fourth race five anti a halt furlongs
A Muskoday won Plati second Smithy
Kase third Time11 Time11Fifth
Fifth race futurity courseDainty woe
Mistys Pride second Martin third Time
110 110Sixth
Sixth race mile and a sixteenthStll
Icho won Budd Wade se ond Sunny
Shore third Tlme148 Tlme148a Tlme148Backwood
a
Backwood Schools Seventy years yearsAgo
Ago AgoYouths
Youths Companion
Curious and Interesting ditaii concern
ing the eariir years of American educa
tionci life come now and then to the thesurface
surface surfaceWhen
When I went to a logcabin school
down lit Harrison county said sri elder
ly Indiana lawyer we had no regular regularreading
reading books or readers as they are arenow
now cah1ed I flrst leared to reed at
home by the logcabin fire of pine knots knotslying
lying on my breast on the floor with my myeider
eider brfothers poring over the grotesque grotesqueprint
print and hairraIsing pictures of Davy
Croeketts Almanac in school iftex ward wardwhpn
whpn we got older ve read from the theLIfe
LIfe of Daniel Webeter Life of Daniel
Boone and the New Testament TestamentEvery
Every child that came to school had to
bring a reading book of seine description descriptionWhen
When my wife first went to school she shecarried
carried a small dictionary Some of the theolder
older scholars laughed at her for brnIng brnInga
a dictionary and this wunded her feel feelizmmt
izmmt so that she returned home and did didmiot
miot go to sChool again for six weeks weeksWhen
When Murrays English Reade came cameinto
into voguenM classes alike read trout it itand
and small biys who shquld have bit91 hi hithe
the Primer stumbled panfuhiy over the thebig
big words but could not understand understandthem
them themGrainxngr
Grainxngr was alniost unknown tern terntony
tony theu but when It caine Intothe log logcabin
cabin schooi curriculum Idid tbreethtys tbreethtyswork
work oi anangfarm pam ouij 9
buy myselt1trX1im fmflilhiut fmflilhiutBefore
Before 1 sasO years 010 myself myselfwas
was a logcabin hehoOl techtn My putIs putIsall
all brought Testaments to read in The Theprint
print was too fine therefore troublesome troublesomeand
and I bought theaehooi Metiuffdys MetiuffdysReaders
Readers with my own simm earnlngs earnlngsIii
Iii 1848 I llrst saw blackboards ha the theschools
schools of arger settlements themi went wentback
back to my own school and had one onemade
made It consisted of beards planed planedsmooth
smooth nailed to thh waii and painted paintedblack
black This curious innovation was washooted
hooted at by my pupils large and small smalland
and I came to my chcol one morning to toflail
flail the door broken in and my precious preciousnew
new blackboard chopped Into kindling kindlingwood
wood My hafrwas red in those days dayshad
had another blackboard made at Once Onceand
and told my school that if it was 10 10stroyed
stroyed 1 would shoot the person who whodid
did It if I did not ftnl him for ten years yearsThis
This sufficed the blackboard was not mo molested
lested lestedIH
IH those days when a boy could be begin
gin to cipher as they then called it he hewas
was given a broken piece of iate with a apiece
piece chopped off the corner for a pencil
1 never owned any other kInd o slate slateMy
My itrat clphening or figuring as it itwaS
waS also called was done on our rough roughwooden
wooden logcabln floomn puncheon floor
by cutting marks with my JackknIfe
The problem was this which 1 a quite quitesmall
small boy hoard my big brother and an another
other boy trying to solve iiow many
beads iis and iegswould thirteen doseil doseillogs
logs and a notail pup hve hveiy
iy answer proved corrt and my
father who was then the logcabin logcabinteacher
teacher of the district deeMed that If I Icould
could do so well I was big enough to quk qukplay
play and go to schooL schooLCowboy
Cowboy Talk TalkAtchison
Atchison Kan diobe
Stewart White aay the cowboy has two
kinds of vivid speech one dependent on onthe
the apt USe of a single word the other otherconsisting
consisting of elaborate phrase with hu humorons
morons Intention A cowboy once told toldof
of the arrival of a tramp by saying He Hesifted
sifted Into camp Could any verb be bemore
more expressive Does it not convey cx cxaetiv
aetiv the lazy careless outatheels outatheelsshuffling
shuffling gait of the hobo In Arizona a agroup
group of men gathered about a camp fire fireall
all silent except a routh who talked a agood
good deal about himself Finally one of
the cow punchers grew tired of this brag bragging
ging and drawled Say my son If you youwant
want to say something bIg why dont dontyou
you say elephantr Fish In that pond pondson
son Why theres some fish In there big bigenough
enough to rope another advised I quit quitshoveling
shoveling one explained in the story of
his life because I eouidnt see nothing
ahead of shoveling but dirt The same samedescribed
described plowing as Looking at a mules mulestail
tail all day One of the most succinct succinctepitomes
epitomes of the motifs of fiction was of
fered by an old fellow who asked a ayouth
youth who ass reading a novel Well Wellsun
sun said be what they doing now
kiasing or killing Occasionally a astraight
straight sentence in Idomatle English Englishcomes
comes oit in the midst of cowboy Jingo Jingoif
if youif brahms were all made of dyne dyneauto
auto ydi OUltiflt blow the top of your
head oft eid one oneq oneWashington
q
Washington lrving lrvingChicago
Chicago News NewsMrs
Mrs Roger A Fryor tells a story of ofWashington
Washington Irving whimn she knew as a avery
very old man One would never think thinkhim
him old ehe says ao keen and alert alertaa
aa lie but for his trick of suddenly fall falllag
lag asleep for a minute or two in tile tileniWitie
niWitie of a eonversstloi A whIsper whIsperahhb
ahhb would I from one to another anotherMr
Mr Irving is asleep and in a moment momenthe
he would wake up rub his hands and cx cxclaim
claim Well as we were saying taking takingup
up the convrsitthn mat where he had hadlettit
lettit I
My little sister worshipped r mv mvlag
lag Only let me see him she pleaded pleadedOnly
Only let me tuch the hand that wrote wrotethe
the Skttch Book I repeated this thiswhen
when I 1ntrodud her and he saId MI MIyes
yes yes I cnow I have heard all that thatbefore
before And just as I am getting happy happyover
over It here comes a young fellow some somewhippersnapper
whippersnapper who never wrqte a line lineand
and mlmickint Its Good evening Mr Mrirving
irving I am glad to have met you youIt
It happened however that Mjs Pry Pryors
ors sister did riot hear these remarks A Anarticular
narticular friend of the little girl ad adJust
Just put in ai appearance in another part partof
of the room and Mr Irvings words fell fellon
on deaf ears She was already distrait distraitsays
says Mrs Pryor She at once echoed echoedGood
Good evenlni Mr Irving I am glad to toliavG
liavG met YOU to the old gentleman a in infinite
finite delight 011 amusement amusementThe
The Voice of the Worldly WorldlyPoverty
Poverty mtr1r mtr1rmantli
mantli vuuiW0li1ftt1 vuuiW0li1ftt1No
No an8s red Iih Cayenne and It Iti3
i3 no great recommendation elther
1
MAGNATES TURN TURNTOWARD
TOWARD ZION
4 4California
California Utah and Colorado ColoradoLeagueProposed
LeagueProposed LeagueProposedPLAN
PLAN JUST STS SALT LAIE LAIEPOSSIBILITY
POSSIBILITY IN CIRCUIT BUILD BUILDING
ING A STRONG PROBABILITY PROBABILITYSpecial
+ Special to The Herald 4 i
4 Denver Cob Dec 29Denver 4 I
+ Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City 4
4 are being considered is Coast league 4
t possibilities to succeed Portland Ta 4 4p
p coma and Seattle according to 4
t ManarCaptajn Timothy Flood of 4 4t
t the Los Angeles baseball team 4 4t
t Flood says the scheme first caine 0 4
4 hIm after a seven veeks trip with 4
I the Los Ang le team to the north 4
4 era cities during which his team teamlost +
+ lost 3O0 At Tacoma hen the 4
4 Los Angeles aid 1oeama teams were 4
4 tied hits team drew as their share 4 4of
+ of the receipts of five games The 4
4 opening of the new road from Sjtlt 4
+ Lake to Los Angeles Flood figures 4 4will
+ will make the length of that trip but butT +
T twentyone hours Flood suggests 4
t tak1 In the Rocky inountaolit 4
4 towns +
4 ThIs would allow the season to 4 4open
+ open early in March on the coaSt coaStwith +
+ with two eastern trips winding up +
9 the season In early December on the 4 I
4 coast President 3 F Morley of 4
4 the Los Angeles dub anti President 4
4 Bert of tho Coast league have had +
4 the matter broached to them by +
4 Flood 4 4The
The above leaguewonid make a circuit
that even the most ardent fan In Salt
Lake never dreamed of This is the first firsttime
time a circuit of this kind has been men
tioned and without question It would meet meetwith
with the approbation of every one inter interestad
estad in baseball in this city However Howeverthere
there is little chance for a league of this
kind the coming year as toe coast cities citiesare
are nos fully organized but it Is just justpossible
possible It could be formed ior 16 Den Denver
ver and Colorado Springs have beea dis dissatisfied
satisfied with the way the Western
league has been un for the past two twoyears
years and It is believed would welcome welcomea
a change if they ot a chance to play playwith
with cities like San Francisco and Los LosAngeles
Angeles On e other hand It Is an anOiefl
Oiefl secret that tao three northern coat coattowns
towns Portland Seattle and racoma mire
heart sick of th present arrangements arrangementsmimi
mimi are looking for a chance to forni the theI
I old Pacific Northwest league neat season
A league composed of man Franc1sco Los LosAngeles
Angeles and Oakland on the cogmit Salt
Lake Denver and Colorado Springs would wouldI
I make a strong orgarilmiation and with the thecompletion
completion of time Clark road tnis is more moreI
I than a poetablilty poetabliltyHow
How Mariners Recognize Different DifferentLighthouseo
Lighthouseo LighthouseoLondon
London TitBits
I The writer recently had the geed for fortune
tune to meet a metfred Amerlchn naval navalofricer
ofricer whose work is closely c nnected nnectedwith
with the lights awl fog sigunis akng the theAtlantic
Atlantic and uIf coasts of the United UnitedStates
States and in the course of conversation
I the question was propounded as to how howmariners
mariners aera abe to distinguish the theI
I hundreds of 1ihthouaes and lightships lightshipswhich
which they must necessarily pass In the theI
I course of a years voyage voyageThis
This is a very easy matter the Amen Amencan
can explained far every lighthouse it itknown
known by ihe fixed light the duration of ofthe
the flash the lengthof tile e JIpe or the thenUmb5r
nUmb5r of flashes shownIitegroups In In3e
3e 4as otnvo1tbtlus o4imprativeiy o4imprativeiynear
near to one another there is always annie anniedistinguishing
distinguishing featuro whieb wilt at once oncec
c tlvey to a mariner a right sense of his hisbearings
bearings bearingsOne
One of the simplest lights on the coast coastis
is that on Mount Desert rock which whichflashes
flashes a vhits light every fifteen see seeoaths
oaths never varying while the lighthouse lighthouseon
on Egg rock flashes a red light every five fiveCnitbtree
Cnitbtree ledge lighthouse on onFrenchmans
Frenchmans bay is a fixed white light lightvaried
varied by a white flash every two mm mmnice
nice while the fixed light on Baker Island Islandsends
sends out a flash every ninety seconds secondsThe
The lighthouse on Gay Head the moat moatwestern
western point of Marthas Vineyard Vineyardisland
island fliahes both a red and a white whitelight
light the fourth tlshi only being red redwith
with an interval of ten seconds between betweenI
I each flash The Ospe Poge lighthouse lighthousesomewhat
somewhat similar to that on Gay Head Headalso
also flashes white and red beams the theonly
only difference being that every third thirdflash
flash is red and the interval between the theflashes
flashes Is f1veseconds Instead of ten The TheSakonnet
Sakonnet lighthouse on Rhode Island Is a
fixed white light of thirty seconds dura duratlon I
tlon followed by three flashes the in inI
I terval between the flashes being ten see seeonds
onds ondsThe The Beavertail lighthouse at the en entrance
trance to Narragansett bay sends out a agroup
group of eight white flashes the time be between
tween the flashes being less than two see seeonds
onds After the eighTh flash there Ia an anI
I eclipse of fifteen seconds The fog signal signalI
I connected with this lighthouse by the theway
way consists of a secondclass corn cornpressed
pressed air siren which sends out a blast blasttour
tour seconds in duration with alternate alternatesilent
silent intervals of twenty and fifty see seeomids
omids omidsAt
At the entrance to New York bay there thereare
are two lighthouses Both can show a awhite
white fhsh every fIre seconds the dora doration
tion of the flash being less than onetenth onetenthof
of a second The Point Isabel lighthouse lighthouseon
on the gulf coast of Texas also has a asomewhat
somewhat cunlops signal the fixed white whitelight
light beIng varied by a white flash There Thereare
are six Intervals between the flashes flasheseach
each one minute in duratIon every acv acventh
enth Interval being double that period of oftime
time timeIn
In evex instance you will note that the theflashes
flashes are either r or wb1t no other otherlight
light having such penetrating powers I Ido
do not kxow of any lighthouse along our ourcoAsts
coAsts which ha a green flash though thoughI
I the Newburyport upper harbor inner bea beaI
I con has a fixed gree lightthe only one oneI
I believe on the coast Time lighthouses lighthousesand
and lightships along the Atlantic and gulf gulfcoasts
coasts of the United StatSa number near nearly
ly 1300 and though it would be impossl imposslble
ble to give to each one a distinctive and anduiilque
uiilque characteristic It Is something to tobe
be able to say that no two lighthouses lighthouseswithin
within a radius of 100 allIes are similar similareither
either In the duration or numb of their theirflashes
flashes flashesI
I
A Gentleman Defined DefinedSaturday
Saturday Evefiisg IoaU IoaUPreitdent
Preitdent bot of Harvard is the au authen
then of the atat attempt to define that thatbaffling
baffling word gentleman A gentleman gentlemansays
says lie must be quiet Ife must be begeherous
geherous efficient deferential to age agebeauty
beauty excellence akill and nil worthy worthythings
things Ie must never do anything that thatwill
will hurt a vomazt or a child or an In Infenfor
fenfor fenforThat
That word deferentlal wIll jar upon uponsome
some aensitiv mare but in the main the thefirst
first and aeeoni sentences will excite no nofurious
furious differoncea of opInion But the thelast
last word in the defnltiouaomehow it itseems
seems to poison the whole inferior inferiorwhat
what an ugly word it Is d how in instantly
stantly It raises Uie nausoatisi odor of ofpniggery
pniggery Can any man think ot any anyother
other as an nfrlor without expelling expellinghimself
himself forthwih from the clam to towhich
which all of tnt Hpirothii class geiitre geiitreman
man manInferIor InferIor is a dangerous word for any anyone
one to use ift aentsriiig tJme differences differencesbetween
between tw ther hiflnaii bsjpg It is isunthinkable
unthinkable word for a gentlemans gentlemanswee
wee in eompartna Mmself with another anotherThe
The most uert example of geiitlemnan geiitlemnanin
in the high uid broad sense that this thisworld
world lisa over had wan born In man manget
get in Bethlehem Cin any one conceiv conceivof
of the word infe lor 1klhlng from his ups upsGentleman
Gentleman s not a precision it s an anatmospher
atmospher ta exhalation And it is a aquestion
question whttIer any mni ever was quite quitea
a gentleman wfio thought that lie was
11 goes without dispute tlptt noman ever everwas
was who said o oA
A Careless Old Iaster Iasterr
r Cl vehiutd tiath Deitlar DeitlarBoetonhs
Boetonhs anhlegedV lasqucz paint painting
ing that eq ov r O1OO nid smme of
tbo art shrtIJm It Isnt gpie gpielint
lint wft 1biit titer eailThm Veins VeinsquesT
quesT
aiiiaue Itos itad itadiiat
iiat a pity
LABORERS ARE AREBADLY
BADLY NEEDED
4 4Interests
Interests of the Hawaiian HawaiianPlanters
Planters Are Suffering
4 4GOVERNOR
GOVERNOR CARTERS REPORT REPORTSUGESTS
SUGESTS AMBNDMET OE EX EXCLUSION
CLUSION LAWS LAWSWashiligtn
Washiligtn Deo 20In his drmnual drmnualreport
report to the secretary of the horior horiorGeorge
George B Carter governor of ofurges
urges in strtmig language the aneud aneudment
ment of the cminese exclusion laws so soas
as to permit the utilinaticit of Chinese
laborers in he iJawailaim Islands and
the modlficainn of the immigration
laws so as authorize the gjvng of ofasaista
asaista flee to Portuguese worklngrnen worklngrnenmay
may leeke to immigrate to Ha Hawail
wail He ays time natives wIll not notwork
work in the leids and thait the 4menl 4menlcans
cans cannot iente the presrvatjon of ofth1
th1 sugar anJ rice Industries i sari sariously
ously threatened by the prohibition of ofimmigration
immigration f Chinese and the ma
bihity to grant aid to the Portuguese PortugueseConditions
Conditions Differ DifferReferring
Referring to the objections to Ckinese Ckineseimmigration
immigration Governor Cartel says
NOtw1thiitaid1ng the large miumber miumberof
of Orientals that compose ourpspula ourpspulatori
tori It is evi 1nt from the school eta etatistics
tistics that ve are not being Asiasti Asiasticizej
cizej The conditions differ entirely
from those vbieh affect the AtJantlc AtJantlcseaboard
seaboard and provision for a limited limitednumber
number of Onintais to work in thq cane caneand
and rice fielis f these isIanM need needmiot
miot fleeeesatjy antagonize those who whobelieve
believe in reeieted immigration The Theimmigration
immigration mans in reference to the theentrance
entrance of hinese are alreadr in inforce
force in these islands and those here hereare
are not aUowei to enter the porta of ofthe
the Pacific coast Thus provision could couldeasily
easily be made for a iimitea number numberunder
under restrIeons requiring their re return
turn at the nd of a given number of ofyears
years and onflning them entirely to tothese
these islands islandsHe
He also recommends the removal of ofthe
the restriction iii the leasIng of agmicul agmicultural
tural lands r if congress be unwilling unwillingthat
that the land be sold outright outrightPeeling
Peeling of Discontent DiscontentGovernor
Governor Carter suggests time organ organizatIn
izatIn of the islands Into cqunte or ormunicipalities
municipalities Under the present sys systern
tern Honolulu is the point at wtlch wtlchpractically
practically all nuniclpal functIon are areperformed
performed an1 lie says the effect imto imtoafford
afford an azivsntage to thatcih and O Othe
the island cf Cahu which Is beglxin1rg beglxin1rgto
to cause a feeling ot discontent in emit emitlying
lying districts districtsThe
The Clown and His Work WorkPilgrium
Pilgrium PilgriumDont
Dont circus clowns come in time to
hate themaelve for the work they do
I hear the 4eadir ask I may sy tith
fully that they do not nor do I see W133
they should Your business i selling
groceries r iztrning or hidkting houses housesor
or selling ooails or any one of a thou thousand
sand other ccuoations Theirs Is cln clnlag
lag You are ttred at night and thecm thecmens
ens clown s tired in the morning that thatis
is the only difidrenee And when mill is issaid
said and done bus not the clown a place placeIn
In the greatdr world as large a place placeindeed
indeed as he iris hi the tented rlng He Hedelights
delights little eiiildreu he carries mirth mirthto
to them and n th light of his wliimskcal wliimskcalpersonality
personality hey bask happy care free freephysically
physically amorally and spiritually nearer nearererfcet
erfcet than oi or 1 Poets hare writ written
ten of the glocy of the ehmildish smile and andmany
many are the tongs dedicated to the lads ladsand
and the laasie laughter so why u1d u1dit
it not hi eininniy proper for some great greatpoet
poet to Write of the circus ekww for forwhat
what he is the kIiI of chikihondsfaPy chikihondsfaPyland
land the whiWfaced monarch of the thesawdust
sawdust ring ring as magical tothe totheboys
boys and girls of America as ever wat wata
a fairy ring me the tots of lreiauda bog boglands
lands To be cure the clown does not notgo
go through life with a grin or a gnime gnimeHe
He is not ilway utlaying bide and seek seekwith
with a eompaay of trained roosters He Hehas
has his sad 1ioments like the rest of us usand
and many are ilie stories of heroism that thatmight
might iS told of him though It is as a afunmaker
funmaker that the mind of childhood childhood1ovs
1ovs best to dwell upon him But let letnotthe
notthe elders orget that it Wa a our ourminepainted
minepainted mime In motley who faeed faeeda
a thousand deaths in the iiltatetIIso iiltatetIIsoqnois
qnois theatre and passed ciii lila quips quipsand
and jests right mnerrilv while the emhers emhersfoil
foil about iim In his attempt to stay staythat
that awful panic panicThat
That cloWn was a hero if ever lived liveda
a hero and it IS such bravery as he made madeevident
evident that rnust impress on with the thefact
fact that for all his chalk and carmine carminefor
for all his motley dress and Jingling b1ls b1lsa
a clown Is none the less a man with the therest
rest of us tlning his quaint work to the thebest
best of his talrnts living his life with the theperfume
perfume of the an bark ever In his non nontrite
trite and at zist taking bravely the road roadthat
that stretches away he knows not wIdth wIdthen
en He is good to know not bad to live livewith
with His portion of labor so different differentfrom
from our own be accepted with a ready readygrace
grace And if in the end It may be said saidof
of him he 11d his work well of whom whommay
may he more aId For ones work Is no nomatter
matter ones 3oing of Iteverything IteverythingWomen
Women and Street Cars CarskBr93klyn
kBr93klyn 1bgIe 1bgIeShe
She was one f those undecided women womenDid
Did you ever watch a turkey go to toroost
roost In a tree it walks round the tree treeand
and back half a dozen times stopping stoppingevery
every now and then to make resey for a aspring
spring to some chosen limb but as often oftenchanging
changing Its nintl and choosing anotli anotlier
er limb When at last it has fIntterC1 up upto
to i perch and apparently got Itself all allfixed
fixed for the night like its not it Wilt fly flydown
down again and go all over time same sameprogramme
programme programmeVell
Vell this 1dly woman came aboard aboardthe
the Flatbush venue car In much that thatsame
same turkey manner First she was un undecided
decided whethw to toter by the rear pInt pIntform
form er the front one When she bad badsettled
settled this erplexinr question she stood stoodwith
with one foot n the ground and the oth othen
en on the rear step looking up and down downthe
the street as if asking herself whether whethershe
she would better run forward and catch catchthe
the car that had passed fifteen minutes minutesbefore
before or wait for the next one which whichmight
might comae along within half an hour hourStep
Step lively please said the conductor conductorreaching
reaching for the boll cord cordPhat
Phat seonird to hem her to a dseiston dseistonand
and she came aboard aboardBut
But problems are everlasting con confronting
fronting such unfortunates There was a avacant
vacant seat fl each side of the car carWhich
Which of the two to take ws the ques questhin
thin that kept her bobbing about in the theaisle
aisle like an impty bottlo in a choppy choppysea
sea for some moments momentsAfter
After a while however slum went to toroost
roost and the onddctor took her Care Caregiving
giving her a transfer sup for which she sheasked
asked askedWe
We were rearing Fifth avenue when whenShe
She beckoned 10 the conductor and told toldhim
him to let her Off at Bergen street streetVeve
Veve passed Bergen nmaam sakl saklhe
he pullin tiit bell cord Want to ge geoff
off here hereWhat
What street is this she asked askedFifth
Fifth avemi avemiIs
Is my transfmr ood on Fifth avenue avenueNo
No rnaalTh rnaalThShe
She had nasa ind he was gently ahoy ahoyInc
Inc her tossard time door doorIts
Its good n Bergen street tim t it itNo
No maam maamHe
He lied mdroItly succeeded I in getting gettingup
up to bUn ir m the theground
ground what is It good icr then thenItd
Itd 1w real nice to frame and hang hangon
on the parlor wall maanm said the eon eonductor
ductor as politely as you PIOSSO PIOSSODing
Ding Ding DingWe
We went iii leavIng her poor thing thingstanding
standing in le street looking at the thetransfer
transfer slip gtitl undecided undecidedT undecidedReflections
T
Reflections of a Bachelor BachelorS BachelorNew
S
New York Preas PreasAt
At thirty a girl Is hardly ever as old oldas
as she will admIt site is at twenty twentyWheavirtue
Wheavirtue gets its own iewavd it is isafter
after it has done a lot of advertising advertisingfor
for It ItA
A jfginI would marry most any man manwhdne
whdne description fits the here In her herfavorite
favorite novel novelA
A woman weirs somoaody olses hair hairwith
with a much more Inmiocont Ipolt than thanhe
he wears her own ownWomen
Women like to hrve thci husbnds in inpublic
public life so peolc nIl treat the wives wivesas
as ii they vierr of reat irnimrtanee
O4iDNNWS O4iDNNWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington A AOgden
Ogden Friday Dcc 30 30GOES
GOES TO PROVO PROVODeineijtcd
Deineijtcd GeimnanExamined by a aBoard
Board at Ogden OgdenCharles
Charles Heyce an unfortunate and do
memited German was yesterday commit
ted to the state mental hospital after be
mg examined s to lila sanity by Drs
4ufter and Skoon Iieyer first appeared
in the county about r month age mind wan
then wandering aimlessly about over at
tJintah Ic developed that he had been
in time asylum at Salem Ore He received
Some assstanee from the county but since
that time has been wandering about and
during the past cold snap he suffered
teibly His feet had been frozen and
were in very bad condition He wilt be
taken to the state mental hospital today
It has been learned that he came from
some piace in Pennsylvania several years yearsago
ago but has been roaming about the
west
BOY A BAD ONE ONELouis
Louis Beeckmnan to Be Prosecuted for forBurglary
Burglary
Louis Beeckman was turned oven to the
sheriff again Yesterday and will likely
be proecuted on the charge of burglary
Jhe boy broke Into Beitmnans cigar stone
Chant two years ago and stole quanUty
of goods together with some money He
was sent to the state Industrial school
but was receatty releases on pa
r le tVhikm out on parole lie was at
rested by the police on a charge of petit
larceny and returned to the stte school
The mnanaement refused to take hini
back and hesee lie ves turned over to the
sheriff
Death Notices NoticesMrs
Mrs Margaret Peti wife of A iI Pett
lied last evening at their home 142 Tiven
tyFlith street after a lingering Illness of
kidney trpuble She vas about twenty
one yearg of age antj time daughter of
Mr gad Mrs Samuel Roberts She mar
mied My Pett about a year ago
Leon Staley the young son of Mr and
Mrs Joseph Stale of North Ogden died
yesterday and funeral services will be
held Sunday In the North Ogden meeting
house houseHans
Hans John the young son of Mr and
Mrs rhomas Srntthwaite died yenter
day at the family home In Moffttts lane
The tuneral services will be hold today
at Z oclock at the residence
Mrs M A White an aged resident of
Pain City died yesertiay at her home
in that place The funeral services will
be held SUnda at 1 oclock in the Plain
itty meeUi oune
James Boyle died last eveulnir at the
Ogden hospital of pneumia lloyIm for
merely rorked on the cutoff but took
Ill mt Ogden a few mopthe ago and a ashort
short time ago was sent to the hospItal
as a county patient auffertng from con coneumpt1on
eumpt1on About a week ago he devei
oped pncmnonia pncmnoniaOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsMn
Mn end Mrs D Hills have returned
from Grmnd Junctior Coo CooOtto
Otto Xilntz who was arrested a night nightor
or two so charged with stealing a coat
belongfmi to a fellow Dasseiiger faced
Justice ilowell yesterday mnorninx anti
was sentenced to serve thirty days in jail
It developed that the coat had been takeim takeimwhile
while Kllntz was intoxicated It further
developed that the mans bab died in
Deadwood a day or tWo ago and he was wasreleased
released to ao on to his home homeF
F W Dice and vIC of Kemmerer
Wyo re vtsittn with Pollec Officer J
A Hernick and family In this city
Mrs W B Isaacs in went to Salt
Lake yesterday morning to visit with
frhtnds for a few days daysA
A marriage liccitse was issued yester
day afternoon to James B Atkinson aged
a and Grace lii Draney ed 17 both bothi1
i1 Ogden OgdenAn
An attachment was iSsued and served servedyesterday
yesterday on Fred Kingslantl proprietor proprietorof
of the Maleot saloon in the suit Of J
Bartlett who elairria 47 due in wages wagesisliHe
isliHe serving as bartender bartenderJudge
Judge Roiapp eniert1uy denied motion
for a new trial In fbe case of Nick Smith Smithagainst
against the Oregon Short Line The case
invoives the ownership of a piece of lend lendused
used by the railroad as a right of way
The decision Is iii favor of the railroad
company Which claimed the and by right
of possession which had been undisputed
for a number of 1ears 1earsExported
Exported Everywhere EverywhereYoums
Youms Companion CompanionBaron
Baron Speck von Sterobeng time German Germanambassador
ambassador old a Washington aitdience aitdiencerecently
recently of a eeiuterttis which lie once
I had with a natlre Samoan He asked the
I Pacific islander if his tribit had any
I recorded histi3 No was the reply
I heeauite our anessiors couldn t write
I neverthielceit we have a full account of
I our past wtiln w yak highly highlyI
I Straightway the Samoan brought out
I from a chest m carefully cherished copy copyI
I of an Amorieta magasine which eon
tamed an rticle describing his people
This ThisBut
But Is it ompiete the German asked
Oli yen was the enthusiastic an answer
swer It tells touch thmit our own people
had entirely forgotten forgottenThis
This playfil anecdote was cited as asshowing
showing somethIng of the stretch of in influence
fluence of Ammnieamm periodical literature literatureIt
It Is doubtful if muir other American cx cxport
port of today eaehss the distant corners cornersof
of the earth better condition or gives givesmore
more real comfort than the American Americanstandard
standard werkly and monthly publics publicstiona
tiona They have subscribers wherever whereverthe
the Engiish language is spoken In our ourprisingiy
prisingiy remote dsces magazine clubs clubshave
have been formimd The dtiy newspapers newspapersbecause
because of hir bulkiness foreign post
I age and time aet that they would come
1 Lm batches are not so generally taken takenat
at publications which mire Issued less lessfrequently
frequently frequentlyArticles
Articles of ood which are served fresh freshat
at home remtn Amerlears in China in incauis
cauis various tinds of merchandise do donot
not stand a long iourney mvell But the theproduct
product of the printing press when its itswrapper
wrapper 15 rken seems perfectly fresh freshand
and crisp on tre equator or in the land of ofthe
the midnight sun sunThis
This Is the one home thing which our ourown
own people miving at isolated stations In Inslat
slat most n haying The familiarity familiaritywhich
which they in consequence exhibit with withthe
the events of the world is a constant sun sunprice
price to the casual traveler who chances chancesupon
upon them Young Englishmen in Sin Singapore
gapore dre none familiar with time work workof
of the younger American writers than I Iam
am niia the comment of an American Americanwho
who recently 1sited that city cityIt
It is no wonimr that the Samoan learned learnedhis
his history via time United Staten StatenMade
Made Land LandYuths
Yuths Companion CompanionIn
In the early days of the New York sub subway
way the contractor bought a 3Jiaere 3Jiaereswamp
swamp situated four miles beyond the thelimit
limit of excavntion People wondered wonderedbiit
biit the3 SOOji mearned his purpose 1It 1Itdumped
dumped on his own property the earth earthand
and rock be took from beneath the streets streetsaid
aid raised the cvei twentytwo feet The Theswamp
swamp that ost him 70 an acre is now nowworth
worth l500 a buIlding Jot JotThree
Three years ago Rikers island In the
East river Just north of Hell Gate which
is owned by The city of New York had hadan
an area of eeventy acres Forty acres
have already heon added to it and when whenthe
the work of fillig shall have been corn cornplated
plated the islani will be nearly five fivetimes
times as lare as nature left It The Thei5
i5 land is composed of the contents ol oltime
time citys ash barrels the refuse that thatimeti
imeti to be carried far out to sea nd ndthrown
thrown away awayIt
It is ostirnatai that In the last ten tenyears
years more htn 530000000 has been added addedto
to real estate values in Grouter New NewYork
York by makng land Philadelphia Philadelphiahas
has gained a serge park In this way Time Timefashionable
fashionable Ba ± Bay region of Boston Bostonwas
was once covered with water in some someparts
parts thirty feet deep In other section sectionof
of the same city large areas along the thewater
water front aniounUn in time aggregate aggregateto
to thousands f acres have been re reclaimed
claimed for ousiness and residential pur purposes
poses posesWaste Waste land anti worthless rubbish rubbishare
are familiar hrases but at the preseni preseniday
day they have lost their meaning Ever EverIn
In time country where values are Jots Jotsthere
there is prbqbly no land but has its itsprofitable
profitable mae which It Is the owner ownerbusiness
business to tini In the cities fOrtunes fOrtuneskro
kro being made from tracts that earliem earliembuilders
builders disdahfully passed over jut jutrobIem
robIem of iispelng of rubbish is more morecornplicated
cornplicated nut it also Is being solved solvedDlrt
Dlrt of nn kind Is only matter out oi oipiao
piao The thing to do is to find tIme tImeright
right imlti0 mcii the dirt tlireand gel gelrhui
rhui by I iii ti t uii
STATE NEWS NEWSBURNED
BURNED BY EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONGasoi
Gasoi e Lamp Blows Up In Injuring
juring Two Brothers BrothersFrightfully
Frightfully FrightfullytSpecial
tSpecial to Time Herald HeraldBinmtun
Binmtun Junction Bite 29MIke and andCon
Con Utthlughe were very seriously horned hornedby
by tha explosion o a gasoline kuap at atoclock
oclock tonight Gallagher Bros are arethe
the proprietors ef the ontana saloon saloonI
I anti thy wore mhtiug up ten the night nightrihen
rihen the accident happened A hired hirednman
nman had humped up the lump and hy hymistake
mistake had exceeded the pressure To Toi
i luired rhc lamp was on the bar and andi
i both men were standing over it wncn tIme tImematch
match was lighted The oxpioMon eanie eaniet
t without warning and the burning gaas gaasI
I hne was thrown in every direction eons eonspletehy
pletehy enveloping the two med hi flames flamesIn
In a niomnent the celhiimg the bar and all allthe
the fixtures wore horning Men on the thestreet
street hearing the explosion rushed in and andI
I extinguished tao liames as quIckly as aspossible
possible Blankets irene thrown around aroundthe
the men whose clothing was alt abiase abiaseVhmpj
Vhmpj they ware unwrapped their faces faceswer
wer found to be burned raw mind their theirhands
hands blistered sad puffed up to twice twiceIheir
Iheir natural size Dr Kiahle was quickly quicklysummoned
summoned amid gave them medical at attentiori
tentiori tentioriTho
Tho injured men displayed remarkable remarkablererve
rerve in the intense gain wiiMi they eeC eeCfeted
feted The force of the explosIon was so sogreat
great that it could be heard a block away awayhod
hod after the occurrence the arnp which whichwas
was of hetvy meal was found blown blowninto
into small pieces while a hat which one oneof
of the men wore was discovered thIrty
feet away awayRELINUISHIENTS
RELINUISHIENTS FILED FILEDCover
Cover TwentyThree Quarter Sections Sectionsin
in Payson Forest Reserve ReservePoyem
Poyem Dw S rho V B Moses Law1 Law1Scrip
Scrip Realty Co of Denver Cob has hasflied
flied with I lie eouty resorior deeds of ofreiihqulslunent
reiihqulslunent to the United States of ofAmeslen
Ameslen twrtythrce usrter sections tmt I
lend In aertions 2 IGand 32 township 10 10south
south range 2 east Salt Lake meridIan meridIanin
in the Payson tones reseme The reIIit reIIitqushrnents
qushrnents are made under an act of ofcongress
congress of June 4 1367 wikh provides providesfor
for time rehlnqu1shmst of lands embraced embracedIn
In public forest reservations and the se seleefiomi
leefiomi in lieu of audi land other public publicland
land oem to settlement settlementG
G A iverson stnograp1mer of the v vemith
emith dtstriet eomrt was here today aetirc aetircas
as stenographer for Judge Johnson Johnsonttorjme3
ttorjme3 Wortlmjigton of ashington ashingtonD
D C ounsel tor Senitor Sinoot Is e epected
pected here tomorrow tomorrowPaymn
Paymn and Beniamhi will engage in a arabbit
rabbit hunt Saturday for 100 a side sidetwelve
twelve Payson men anti twc4ve Benjamn Benjamnamen
amen on each ade adeA
A divorce hps hoes granted Mrs Anon Anonv
v Kern of Provo from Oliver T ern ernon
on ihmo ground of nonsupport The de defendant
fendant is ncs In itansas City
D IsIlley Smith city marshal of Pleas Pleasant
ant Grove has resigned lBs successor successorhas
has not yet been apinted apintedJames
James 1 Boiven of Spanish Fork aged agedai
ai i Lolsia CalIp of Mapleton aged agedis
is have taken out a marriage license licenseA
A marrbtge license has been issued to toIll1m
Ill1m H oberIa of Robloson aged 21 21mind
mind Elodla X Mangiim of ureka aged agedJudgo
Judgo Booth te In nigham City h1ding h1dingcourt
court courtJudge
Judge Jacob Johnson of the Seventh Seventhdistrict
district was here umday and imsard a few fewmotions
motions in the Fourth district court in inthe
the cites f MAry Ellen Hrcreen execu executrix
trix sa James K Plerpont ci at plain plaintwra
twra mnotfea for a new trial was over overruled
ruled in the ease of Alice ebee trims trimstee
tee Vt Payson Exchange Savings Savingsbank
bank plaintiffs motion for a pew trial trialwas
was overneled overneledSUGAR
SUGAR FACTORY PROPOSALS PROPOSALSUtah
Utah ZugQr Company May Erect a aPlant
Plant in Sttnpte or Sayier SayierMt
Mt Pleasant Doe 26Agricultural Sn SnPeilntcndent
Peilntcndent George Austin of the Utah
Sugar company is hoMing 4cs i imeetings
meetings in Snmete and Sevier counties countiesthis
this week having been in this city ye yeter
ter 14e cornea befo the people with I Ia
a hreioeiuon to erect a sugar factory In Inone
one of the two counties either Iii 1995 1995or
or 1166 1166The
The proposition offered by Mr Austin Austinfor
for his company is that it the farmers farmersof
of the two counties will toeelher con contract
tract to devote 5600 acres of hand to tobeet
beet culture for five rears and w1 sli slithe
the prodact of the land to the Utah roam roampony
pony it WIlt erect the actor The farm farmers
ers have untIl Feb 1 to sign up the eon eontracts
tracts hi orr to secure the ercction of ofthe
the factory In 31w or until Sept 1 next nextit
it it is pot put up until it6 it6The
The contracts which the farmers will willbe
be asked to sign are so worIeej that they theywill
will be null and reid If the fatnry is isnot
not erected They also give the mriee mrieeto
to ho paid fee the beets delivered as t456 t456per
per ton Thls price will be paid hi any anyevent
event this year it being appreciably
larger than ever before paid here as the thefarmers
farmers have always been obliged to pay paythe
the freight to Lehi LehiAnother
Another meeting will be held in this thiscity
city next Thesday and the matter eon eonsidered
sidered further and It is thought that if ifthe
the first companY is really out of the race racethat
that a united effect will be made to tointerest
interest pecph here cml get an acreage acreagethat
that will bring the factory to the looni loonialto
alto
DIVORGED AT LAST LASTZJudge
ZJudge Bart Grants Decree to Mrs MrsClara
Clara Petasen PetasenLogan
Logan Doe Judge 1Igrt this morn mornlag
lag granted a dectec of divorce to LLrs LLrsClara
Clara Peteran from 1lyruni Petersen on onthe
the ground of cruelty TIme cast ha becti bectihanging
hanging fire in the courts for ears earsOnce
Once before Mrs Pctersen filed Salt for fordivorce
divorce and then withdrew the complaint complaintTime
Time suit Just closed was beun lest lestspring
spring end on account of Petersens Petersensuromises
uromises Judge Hart continued the ease easefor
for three momits promising to grart a adecree
decree at the slid of that nerlod lf the theplaintiff
plaintiff still desired it itPetersen
Petersen got the case reopened and in introducod
troducod evidence showing that be was wason
on hi good behavior and yesterday yesterdaymorning
morning when the case was called Peter Peterseas
seas attorney asrured the court that thata
a roeonciillatiOii was poesiole whereupon whereupona
a continuance uiltil this morntn was wasordered
ordered Mrs Pctercen desired time 4 4cree
cree issued this morning nd the iidgs iidgsaccordingly
accordingly made the order orderThe
The woman gets the custod of the thechildren
children sad 1 per month alimony alimonyA
A young man named James Clark who whohalls
halls from Port Townsend Wash was wasbrought
brought to this city last night from Cache CacheJunction
Junction suffering with frozen f t He Heis
is being cared for atthecounty jail jailDRTK
DRTK OP SAMVEL GOFF GOFFAttacked
Attacked With Typhoid Which ie ieveloreci
veloreci Into Peritonitis PeritonitisBiugham
Biugham Junction Dec 2iSamuei H
Goff the 22yearold son of resldent resldentFlyrurn
Flyrurn Goff of the Jordan stake t4ed t4edat
at his home In West Jordan th morn morning
ing Three weeks ago he developed a asevere
severe cane of typhoid fever sshkh sshkhturned
turned into peritonitis resulting in his hisdeath
death Mr Goff was a very popular popularyoung
young mini a favorite among all who whoknew
knew him and his untimely end has east easta
a gloom over the whole Community He Heleaves
leaves a young wife ar baby Time Timefirneral
firneral will be held at noon on Monday MondayIn
In the Vest Jordan meeting house houseAMERCAN
AMERCAN EOZK NOTES NOTESAmerican
American Fork Dee itThe Elack ElackIIatvk
IIatvk war veterans of this niece have haveInvitations
Invitations out for their regular anisual anisualpicnic
picnic and ball which mviii take place at atthe
the Anollo hall Jan 3 1106 1106Owen
Owen Carter ho gas snt ft nest
summer in pattle Wash Is here via vialtlng
ltlng with relatives relativesMiss
Miss Sarah Anderson of SprIug1i1e is isvisiting
visiting a ow dys in AmetI Por1 Por1time
time raast oC the Misses Ella and Eea EeaStorm
Storm StormMarshal
Marshal Lsogsilon is confined to his hishome
home with an attack of lit grippe grippeJames
James Kimig and family of Park City Cityare
are penc1iflg a few days here visiting with withMr
Mr Kings parents parentsWallace
Wallace itoylakce of Rexburg Ida is
hero visiting his sister Mr Hugh
Wninhi
Later Than Time to Go
Fhllne1plIa ubl1c Letlg t t11ii
11ii gsspjus tcIaimed Mrtgyttb MrtgyttbIts
Its neatuly12 oclook IttImero ° n nOh
Oh mid Miss Pepnery meacthglY meacthglYits
its mirt ttur Ilmemi tImt
WOULDBEFtTAL WOULDBEFtTALCotton
Cotton GinnersThreaten to Withii1d Withii1dRetuyn
Retuyn RetuynWashington
Washington Dec 20DIrector of tbo tboCensus
Census orth lit a ltttor t EapraSeuta EapraSeutativo
tivo ilurleson of iexhs m igbiic to today
day takes notice Of the SitUatOfl PTo PToseated
seated ey the cotton statistics given out outfor
for publication yeetedsy mine txprtsseit txprtsseithis
his surprise and concern at the recent al alleged
leged movement in the socihern states statesapparently
apparently approved and eagniemited by bythe
the eottsu growers themselves to Se Sestray
stray the censut reporty by eoiieeited so soiueai
iueai of the gimmners to mane returns Iii Iiirector
rector North asserts that a cOfltmnUUCO cOfltmnUUCOof
of the cotton ginning reports Is imPUsiIe imPUsiIewitnout
witnout the symptbetC d whole wholehearted
hearted cooperation of the ginners of the thesouth
south Immediately after receipt of ta taletter
letter Mr Burteson a member of t he hehouse
house census committee and who was tue tueauthor
author of the proveson mkTIF apprupn apprupnlion
lion for the gathering of cotta sUttist3cs sUttist3cs55e
55e out an lnterven In W1LC1I he up upholds
holds the amrector in the work flOw imeing imeingeeocby
eeocby his bureau bureauANOTHER
ANOTHER LIThE WAR WARGermans
Germans Will Make a aAgainst
Against the Ovambon OvambonBerlin
Berlin Dec mThe continued shipment shipmentof
of troops to German southweSt A1IiCS St Sta
a momL nt when the Hererue are coflipieto coflipietoiy
iy vamiqimished amid the Withers are set setferlng
ferlng trout one defeat after aspIncr fld5 fld5an
an explanation in coIoII CirCles that thatUi
Ui government intones to begin a cam campeign
peign gaiast the Ovambos as sooit 5 thlt thltrest
rest or the colony is pacified The TheOvanshos
Ovanshos hithsnto have kept the peace peacehut
hut hundreds of armed Herons fled to totheir
their territory where the Jerman au authoritles
thoritles fear they will carry on a Wal Walpropaganda
propaganda which may lead tO antbei antbeiuprising
uprising as coon as the Ucrmatt troopo troopoare
are withdrawn It I believed that tue tueoperations
operations sgaint the Ovambos will prove proveto
to be a more serious matter than the thecampaigns
campaigns against time Hereros and Wit Witberg
berg The Ovambos are more nIUUenOUS nIUUenOUSand
and hotter armed A traveler who re reecatly
ecatly returned here from IiofltiaJi 50415 50415west
west Africa expressed surprise at finding findingthe
the Ovambon so prosperous prosperousLAST
LAST BATCH WAS CAPTURED CAPTUREDSioux
Sioux City Ta Dec 11The last of a ashipment
shipment of 1000 pound of barreled barreledbeef
beef has been sent from the Cudah CudahPacking
Packing company here to the besieged besiegedRt5tlens
Rt5tlens at Port Arthur he protlem of ofgvtfing
gvtfing the meat to the eeIeed army armyis
is left to the Russians to solve The Thelast
last shipment of lJOb pounds was Cap Captuned
tuned by a Japanese mosuto fuect just justas
as it wae rounding an island off Japan Japanand
and was delivered to thebeaegers instead insteadof
of besieged
TffFTN9 TffFTN9PRILES
PRILES PRILESThree
Three Nights Beginning TONIGHT TONIGHTMatinee
Matinee Saturday at 215 p in and andMatinee
Matinee Monday Jan 2 2The
The Sensational Scenc Melodrama MelodramaTilE
TilE SllBAtI5 F 1911 1911A
A Story of Intense Heart Interest InterestNext
Next AttractionTheFatal Wedding WeddingI
I IQIIiMII IQIIiMIIThe
The number of pretty little in inexpensive
expensive novelties we are show showjug
jug this year for Christmas ChristmasThe
The reasonable prices make makepurchasing
purchasing easy easyREASWABLE
REASWABLE PICESI PICESIC
C
BY BiYU G A AIt
It GUEST PROTECTOR 1 1You
You might save a long speli of sick sickx
x nrs Somethag worse might hap hapser
ser Our stai is large and well wellaorted
aorted
4 4I 4Welcome
I
Welcome Step In All cars start startI
I frees freesLRUG
LRUG STORE STOREBoth
Both Phn Nurnbr 140 140Delinquent
Delinquent 31otise 31otiseRIDGE
RIDGE VALLEY MINiNG COM COMpeny
peny principal place of bitneu Salt
Lake Cty Utah Location of mius Tb Tbtic
tic Mining dlstrtct VtUm NoUeihare NoUeiharearc
arc eiinqsont upcmi the foliothg do
I icribed stock on neesunt of asseasrient
Ho 5 of cuehalf 141 cent per share
levied on the lStb dy of N vember 14 14the
the several amonts set opposite the theutama
utama of the respective sbareIiokrs us
follows
No NoCegt
Cegt Shares Lint
John IV DonnelIt 22 350 2
EState of lien rIeldc 3 a4
J Ellis Ellisflenry
flenry Hanson 161 5CO 5COHJHaywaM
HJHaywaM 16 75
JHCIIPIIS 17
Hebtr 5 Plelda 216 1U6
R C Wilpon Zi 6 6ft
ft G Wilson j iS iSqt
qt Willon zi ziR
R G Wilson 74 t tR
R G Wil0n 1 W 250 250R
R U Wilson 74 iN 2 jJ jJSani
Sani Nelson NelsonGeorge
George F Waniess l 14 50
J H MoGhan 417 e 2 50 50And
And in accordance with law and an or
tier of the board of dirretors made on the
11th day of November 1104 so many manyshares
shares of each ParcSI of stock as many be beiieceiisr
iieceiisr will be sold at public auction auctionat
at the office of the company t room 567
Pragress buliding Salt Make City Utah Utahon
on Saturday the 14th day of January I Iat
at II oclock a in to pay the delinquent delinquentaenement
aenement thereon together wltri the thecost
cost of advertising and expenre of sale
H J WALLACE Secretary Secretary1rst
1rst publication Dee 16 1164 1164Aal
Aal Stockholders Nostizig NostizigTO
TO TH STOCHOLD lRS OF iE iEOopper
Oopper Ranch Mining company Notice Noticeis
is heseby given that the annual meeting meetingit
it the stockholders of said company will willbe
be held at the companys office 3 D F FWalker
Walker buIlding Salt Lake City Utah at
2 oclock p in Monday Jan 2 1165 for forthe
the purpose of oleeiing a board of diree direetons
tons for said company for the ensuing ensuingyear
year anti for the transaction of su oth othct
ct business as may property come before beforesaid
said meethig m T LLOYD LLOYDSecretary
Secretary SecretaryMOIidy
MOIidy Jan 2 bdIZIg a legal hiI hiI4y
4y the nieeeig of the stockholders of ofthe
the Copper Ranch Mining eoiupanycaned eoiupanycanedabove
above is hereby poatnoned utJI 2 2eeloek
eeloek p pm Tuesday Jan 5 151 151T
T llOYD Sccretar
PNEUMONIAS PNEUMONIASAWFUL
AWFUL RECORD RECORDStatistics
Statistics Prove That This Is Istile
tile Most Deadly of Winter WinterDiseases
Diseases DiseasesOut
Out of every thousand deaths In Ps Psburg
burg during one winter SSl pacumn pacumncaused
caused 246 ConsumptIon caused on onDiphtheria
Diphtheria gave 36 36The
The deaths from pneumonia Inc Incevery
every year at astonishing rti rtiThe
The ahove flgares mire ttk g fr a m mDiscussion
Discussion of The Vital Stitistics r rpared
pared by the Patted Staten Census Censusreu
reu Washington D C CDo
Do you realise what that mean meanmeans
means that pneumonia in thia coun tr a athe
the greatest menace to life known knownIt
It takes thouseads evuy month monthMore
More than onehalf the deaths of wlnte wlntehereabouts
hereabouts are due to Jung trouble troubleAmid
Amid every single case begaa with a c cWhen
When You Cure that CaRt CaRtBe
Be Sure YOu Cure Your YourLungs
Lungs LungsWbn
Wbn you take Achess English J Joily
oily you can feel a glow of comfr u uwarmth
warmth about your lungs The mes mesgoes
goes straight to the weak spot T Thealthy
healthy action of th lungs Is rca c cthey
they renew their work of casting out m myneumonia
yneumonia and consumption germs j jAciers
Aciers Remedy is no a cough srmip srmipIs
Is a cure for coughL a cure for wean 1 1lungs
lungs a sure preveittstlve of paeumt paeumtand
and consumption consumptionSeine
Seine twelve or fifteen years ag agbought
bought from you three bottles of A kcrs kcrsEgiIsh
EgiIsh Remedy It cured my mother r rasthma
asthma I have recently opened a at atin
in the city and yesterday soki a pa pathe
the remedy guaranteeing a our I Isgectfully
sgectfully N OBERDOEFER OBERDOEFERParis
Paris h hAll
All druggist sell It on 0 poSitive g gantee
antee of cure or money refunde refundetee
tee 25 cents 56 cents and 160 160Any
Any reader of The Salt Lake Herai Heraisending
sending name and address to W K KHooker
Hooker Co 24 Ellicott St Buffalo BuffaloNY
NY will receive a free sample botti bottiof
of Ackers EnglInh Remedy by o oturn
turn mail Write for it today
Do Not Cure CurePrevent =
Prevent PreventThe
The man woman or child sue sueceptible
ceptible to any affliction whi i icomes
comes with the cold westh ar I Iwhich
which might lead to serious i iness
ness should purchase purchaseA
A Chest ChestProtector
Protector ProtectorWe
We have a special leader at 0 0cents
cents and many other vaniet vanietwhich
which sell up to each We lm lmthem
them in leather chamois and i4aa i4aand
nd and combinations of all allSCHRMMS
SCHRMMS SCHRMMSWhere
Where the Cars CarsStop
Stop StopThe
The Great Prescription PrescriptionDrug
Drug Store Storeof
of value giving Is reicheil In our ourmnoval
mnoval sale of pianos if you did i ione
one for Christmas start the New Newright
right and tpke advantage of our e etionally
tionally low riees aed easy term termhigh
high grade pianos Carsteesen A ACo
Co 1nc Temple of Music 7i t tSt
St Successors to Daynes Music MusicIcCoiia1iays
IcCoiia1iays IcCoiia1iaysJewelry
Jewelry Show ShowMcco4M1f
Mcco4M1f Window makes makesz
z Your Xmas Xmasshopping
shopping easy
41 W 2nd So SoSixty
Sixty Yesrs Experience of ofNurse
Nurse NurseMrs
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup t tprescniotion
prescniotion of one of the sent r rphysicians
physicians and nurses h tuie t tates
ates and has been used for sht shtwith
with everfa1ling ccs by mu i ons onsmothers
mothers for their chikirami Durint ti tiprocess
process of teething its value is imaa imaabk
bk It relieves the child from pain c cs csdiarrhoea
diarrhoea griping In th bowci cud w wcolic
colic By giving health to the chii chiirests
rests tne mother prjii a botie botieGOOD
GOOD GROWING WEATHEII WEATHEIIWhen
When tao New Sonip Antiseptic Is IsA
A good head of hair Is as much t tcrown
crown of giory for a man as It is isoman
oman notwithstanding all the po poOh
Oh the subject applied to the female femaleexclusively
exclusively In the season when I Ibttee
bttee the baldheaded man can syrn
I thins with the Bgyptians who wet
I sorely plagued oa account of the thetires
tires of Israel Why not try Newir NewirHerptcId
HerptcId Others have been benefit benefitand
and are loud ma Its pcaie It Itthe
the scalp kids the germ a tIm rtit rtitthe
the hair and b keeping the scalp 5weur 5weurpure
pure and wholesome the hafr is hour 1 1te
te grow as nature intended trdles3 trdles3the
the temperature Try it auP be ct ctvlnctai
vlnctai Soldby loading agists Senl SenllOc
lOc in stamps for 5sail to rho Herp Herptide
tide Ce Detroit MIek MIekAIwayl
AIwayl bemrZbei tho tbfl Njina Njinaxatwe
xatwe umi umiCSaCinOxDy
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SALE UK TURF TURFEXC1AN
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108 ILUN ST STCalifornia
California and imaztera races DI DIi
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