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2 lrm BE h SALT LAKE TIA1 HERALD TT1PATr MOXDAT IO rnmv JAY JAN TN 9 1905 tn
REV F FF F EDDY EDDYON EDDYON EDDYON
ON iMY MY FAITH FAITHNew FAITHJNew
New Unitarian Pastor Heard HeardFor f fFor
For First Time TimeEXPLAINS TimeEXPLAINS
EXPLAINS NEW CONCEPTIONS CONCEPTIONSCHTTKCH CONCEPTIONSCRURCH
CHTTKCH caunc OF NEGATION TJP TJPHELD UPHELD
HELD IN DISCOURSE DISCOTJBSERev
p e
Rev Franklin Fay Eddy Edd the newly newl ar arrived arrived
rived castor V to gt QCthe 9 the Unitarian socioty oC oraU
Salt aU It Lake Lke who wb succeeds Roy Ro W V H Fish Flahelvered
delivered elvered his hI first firt sermon seron yesterday yeter a amornlnS
morning mornlnS fliOrflin in Unity halt hal Mr Mr Eddy ddy comes
to Ijalt ll Lake from Halifax IaUfax N S SFaith
I
flip theme Jcterday yesterday morning was My 1 j
Faith Faih and MVlaJthlnMyFaiti7 My FaJth In My Faih Faith and
he spoke in part as follows tolows
A few weeks ago I preached for the last
tmo time 5 to ° a consregation in
Congregaton a far distant distantattempted
cty city towards whom I ha had sustained the
nIaton relation ot o pastor On that occasion I
attempted to express the areat funda ¬
mental mentl thought which determined the thead
tenor
deavoz ot my preching preaching ad and gided guided m my en
deaor whfe while ie e had ad labored labred together as
pastor and people Vf ple Today I
> Tody take tke uj u > tho
name relationship reatonshlp with wih you ou in that unique
pastoral office with all Its
wih It peculiar in ¬
timacies tImacJ vecular
timace and mutual obligations
have mutul bl tons and I
deemed
1lve it wise to repeat reD eat in some
part prt the substance SUbstnce of my farewell farewel sermon
as being quite
as appropriate
qUlo as an intro ¬
ductory ductor one Nothing Nothlnl can be b more im ¬
portant Jortant for us this morning mor In than that
you should understand undertnd what I hold as a
the creat arot fundamental of faith faih and that
1
should learn whether my faith is your
faith faithSo faih faithSo faih
So my theme is dry Jly ry Faith and My y
Faith Fath In My Faith Faih and I shall use for
a text tet John vili m 32 3 uFoI For ye e shall know
free the ree truth and the truth shall shal make you ou
As s to TJnitarianism TJnitarianismIn Untranism UntranismIn
In the eyes of our ever numerous crit ¬
ics Unitarlanlsm seems chiefly cri
Uniariansm a thing
of negatives ne tves and so properly prperl speaking ting
no faith at all al for faith is In Its essen ¬
tial nature naure positive positve We Vo need not It wonder
at this when wo consider how explosive
and what a a noise and commotion commoton explosfc some of E
our negatives negatves have made in the theolofd
cal arena arena Nor l or could we 0 deny If theoloJ we dc ¬
sired flre that that some of the splendid old here hlre ¬
tics who were Wert pioneers in liberal religion
lberal
have failed often oten to discern the the affirma relgion ¬
tions ton made possible pOBhlbJe by their denials aclrma The Th
Importance jmportncc and influence Intuence of these nega ¬
tives tle8 can cn scarcely scacely be realized And nd we wi
delude < ourselves if we think there tere Is no ni
longer clearness need and ad of directness repeating repeatng them tem with wih all al al 1
Mr 1lr Eddy EddY then went on to Indicte indicate that tha
the the negatives negt ves of Unitarianism Unitaianism included
Incuded
aout about everything orthodox Christianity
everthing orhodox Chrlltanl r
had held as essential essental As to the church
It J was wa regarded re arded of human origin result ¬
orgin
ing tnJ from the aspiration Q lraton of man toward I
the he worship of God Gd Whie While creeds were wer
eeen een to have been Inevitable Inevitble in the wee his ¬
tory or of religion relgion and were steeping te stones 5
Jn the programme prgramme of religion relgon yet et trnltar 17ltar
lanism found no variety In creeds and an
desired none That the Bible was wa any ¬
thing more than a a purely purEh human litera lt ra ¬
ture was another anoter nosratlve n < gathe Its Is intrinsic C
worh worth however being freely freel admitted
As A s to Christ Unitarian Unitarlanism niaraism bElng Ism denies amltld amltlds the tb
whole doctrine of the blood atonement
finding satisfaction satsfacton in the splendid hu ¬
inanity manit of Jesus JesusUew Jesusew TesusNew
New ew Conception Concepton of Truth TruthThen Tth TthThen TruthThen
Then the discourse discoure continued contnucd as follows
If I we have seemed to make war on n all al LI
Christendom Crlst ndom has held sacred sared and < es essential e al ¬
sential 6 ntal it was because in the light ht of the th
truth us we saw it we could do l no other otherwise othorwlsp otherwIse ¬
wise And d fidelity tJdeUt to truth trth has h its is own own1f ow a arc
rewards 1f rc wards While Whie we have been ben casting cas castin Un Unaide
aside aide the affirmations affratons seeming se < mlng to dis discard disca dt ¬ f
card ca every eor certainty certalnt in religion relgion there has hasgradually ha ha a
haI
gradually dualy dawned dawned upon us a new con conception concpUon I ¬
ception of the workings workng UIon of divine law Jawor cotif of c if
truth in the very e constitution consttuton of the th uni universe unlrse ¬
verse rse tho full majesty maety of th the thought of c i
how bo the th infinite power 10wpr sways RayS all al t1l thinjp thinjpupon thins s
and Ihpej shapes the trnd trend ot tin things bursts burstsupon burstupon thlni 5
upon us us when we no longer try tr to adjust adjustour adjustour adjwour
our conception onccpton to partial partal revelations revelatons to a
deified deifed Christ Christ to creeds rees and churches churchessanctified churhes churhessancilled churchessanctified
sanctified sancilled in human delusion When Vlen we weare weare weare
are loyal lo al tq the truth the thl truth always rlwys rlwysmakes alwaysmakes
makes us free In tracing
tNe tracng out the work ¬
ings of the spirit of truth which is the thespirit thespirit thespirit
spirit of God we see ceremonials and andcreeds andcneds andcrteds
creeds and churches come and go we see seenot seenot ee eenot
not one race but many ma play plaJ their part parton parton parton
on the stage of affairs we find not one onerevelation onerEe1aton onerevelation
revelation rEe1aton to a a a chosen race rce but a a con ¬
tinuous tnuous roveallng Iveatng of the purposes purpses of the
Divine to all humanity humanlt and in and andthrough andthrough
through humanity humanityItoyal humanityLoya humanityLoyal
Loyal Loya to the Truth TruthPnis Tth TthUpon TruthUpon
Upon Pnis this mighty thought thoulht into the theflcant
relzaton realization or which we have only faIrly
rome we found
our church
and
In It
have
found
he
broadest and
most
algal
flcant affirmation afiration conceivable In all
earnestness earnetnes and I hope I say it without al
cant I lhout
believe
belec because we have in some
measure been en loyal to
mCsur the truth us we
paw Jaw It i we haVe hac entered into tuth a heritage
of freedom herJage
fredom and nd catch the slory Io lory of a
vision Isln more grand gad than those who have
been dominated dmJnated into hesitancy 1 esl t e and nd cau ¬
tion ton by old ol creed cree and ad ancient forms
foms
Therefore Therfore we of all af Christians Cristans are free
of useless uteltss impediments hn edlment and can enter
upon the th en
UPn reconstructive rcontructe work for the
coming epoch And
we can enter upon uponr
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GENERAL G FOGK FOGKWAS FOGKWAS FOCKWASNOT
WAS WASNOT NOT NOTKlllED NOTKlllEDConUnu KILLED KILLEDCContinucd KILLEQContinued
Continued ConUnu < from Page PgSuez 3 3iSuez 1uez
Suez s uez canal castwardbbund eastwardb und early in inDecember inDeccmer
December D ecember and arc now seemingly re retracing r rUaclng yeacing ¬
tracing tr acing their way to European Eropean waters watersi watersMN watersMEN
i MEN MN AND A OFFICERS OFFICERSVarious OFCR OFCRVarous OFFICERSarious
Various Varous V arious Commands Comads Transferred T fered on onSaturday onSatrday onSaturday
Saturday SaturdayTokio Satrday Satrdayroklo SaturdayTokie
Tokio Jan Jan S 8Gencral General Nods report reportreceived rport reportcelved
received at II 1 oclock Saturday Saturda night nightannounce
announce a nnouucQ that tat the t1e transfer trUlrCr of Port Portrthur
Arthur A Acl rthur prisoners prl1oncrs was completed completd Satur Saturay ¬
day da cl ay afternoon aferoon Saturdays aturaYB transfers transferswere transrer transfersere
were w ere as a follows tol W
uen u en en stocsseis Stoesselscommand t C8C1S Kwangtung Officers cr Men
command comm 1d 1dten KwansJ a sa
Gen ten Li en Stbessels Stoeselshequters Stoesse1aheadquarters headquarters 6 15 I
isngineers Jgl l ngineers eer company cmpany u H 26a itbelegraph 6
Telegraph Telegph 1 corps cIs 4 61
ixaiiway halWay ± aetacn aetItu uetacnmezit nejitV7i l oa 0 6
Cavalry avaJr avairy 4 iTt 177etvizan 11
± etvizan
a 0g < l loiea
iooieaa g i ijauada < i
jauada i aliaaa > 11 11Veresviet f 1
Veresviet J 15 i
Foltava lotva Ft F I 16 Ii 311
31 31O
tfevastopel t O 31 fl flnya MI MIi
i Lr nya yan 15 13obi r rlobE iJ
liobt lobE 1 obi 19 1 2GO
atoreznevol b i 4 sc
Otvashni Otvahnl t tvashnt i 6 124 1 b
UA Gillyak GUIa U liiyak 4 5 73
I Amur A 7 175 10aval
iyavai r aval oerense neaOQUarters neatutes neatuteslarbor a 1 JEW
Harbor 1 1l arbor office of lice 60 az 525
Isaval laval l aval brigade brigde 53 5 31 31orlclQ l 31orpedo
Torpedo 7 orlclQ brigade U > 142 142leld
Field F leld and telegraphs t 1 33 il 23 23Totals 2 2rotlls 23rotai8
Totals 366 6 3654 3654Three 3t 3634Three
Three Judges and three clerks ol courts courtswore courtsore ourt ourtore
wore w ore also transferred transferredPrisoners transfered transferedPrisoners tr4nsfarredPrisoners
Prisoners Happy HappyHeadquarters Rppy RppyHeadquartc
Headquarters s of the Third Japanese JapaneseArmy JapaneatJan apanese apaneseAr I
Army Ar Jan an S via via Fusan FusanThe The Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian s ian prisoners wJiile le waiting waiing today at atChanggintsu atChanggintu a ahaugglntsu t
Changgintsu Changgintu C a railway Tlhva station stton for forDalny forDalny to toalny
Dalny D Dn alny celebrated celebrte the approach of the thenew thenew thtew
new n ew year by religious services serice which whichwere whichwere
whielI
were w ere held at 10 a am m and the theassemblage theassemblage I
assemblage a of prisoners proners was addressed addressedby address thtI d dby I
by b y a Russian priest prest in full ful canonical canonicaldress canonicaldres canonicaress 1 L
dress d ress After the services there
dres Afer serices was mu music musi ¬
sic si s ic and dancing on the open ground gound in infront infront ii iiront a
front f of the station stationThe staton statonThe stationThe
The Syerold 8yearold daughter of a Russian Russianofficer Russianofcer a afficer
officer ofcer o was wa among the prisoners prisonersFifty prl prIonerzFifty oner
Fifty Fif per cent of the th officers ofcer are aregoing aregoinS ar C Coin
going goinS g oin to Japan JapanScattered JapanScattered apan apanScttered
Scattered Scttered Hospitals HospitalsLondon Hospinls HospinlsLondon
London Jan nn 9 9The The correspondent correspondentat correpondent Lt
at Tokio of the Times Time says saysThe saysThe
The map of Port Arthur which the theRusians th thRussians C
Russians Rusians produced on Dec IS in sup suppcrt I Icrt
pcrt crt of their complaint that the Jar Japanese supI ap apanese I ¬
anese fire fre was damaging hospitals hospitalsshows hospitalsShO8 hospitalhos s j
shows s seventeen hospitals hospitls scattered scatered scateredthroughout d dhroughout i
throughout t the old and new towns To Toavoid Toavoid T 0 0avoid i
avoid hitting blt these the Japanese panese bat batteres batteries oatteries
teries teres would wo ld have had to refrain rerrln from fromfrng froi t
both firing frng towns altogether aloJelher in the direction directon of ofboth c I Iboth
Japs Repulsedr RepulsedrSt epused
St Petersburg Petcrburg Jan 8 Seneral General Ku Kuropatkin Kuropatkln L
Kua
ropatkln reports the frustration of a aJapanese aapanese
Japanese apanese attempt atempt to surprise surrise hte hi hi center centerfront centerfront r
front the night of Jan janb t > and the bayo bayoneting ba o oneUng I ¬
neting of twentyone Japanese the night nightof nigi it
of Jan Jan 3 by a cavalry cavalr reconnaissance reconnaissancein reconnaissnce reconnaissncein C
in the valley vatey of the Taltse Talse river in the thedirection thedlrecUon Ui Uidirection Le
direction of Sainchan SainchanvVia SalnchanVia SainchanVia
Via Via Suez Canal CanalTokio Caal CanalTokio I
Tokio Jan an S 8enerl 8General General Stoessel Stoesel and andthe at id idthe I
the other Russian officers ofcers who have havegiven havegiven ha C Cto J
given their parole will wi be brught to toNagasaki 10 10Nagasaki j
Nagasaki on a a a Japanese Japanese transport tran port It Itis
is probable they tey will wi rerpaln relaln reriaIn at Naga Nagasaki Nag Nagisaki a ¬
saki for a few days daJf and will wi then sail sailfor sai as Lii Liifor
for Russia on a French steamer via the theSuez tI ic icSuez
Suez canal
WHOLETOWN wHqLE TOW TOW ARRESTED ARRESTEDUsktib ARRSTED ARRSTEDUskUbE ARRESTEDUskub
Usktib UskUbE opeanTurke an
European Turkey Jan 8 80n On
December 28 by bJ order of HUil Hilml Pasha Pashathe Pashathe Paahathe
the whole municipality municipalty or Uskub to together together together ¬
gether with wih the vicar and clergy of the thevicarate thevlerte thevicarate
vicarate vlerte were arrested arested the accusation accusaton accusatonbeing
t being > eing that they had ha formed fored a revolu revolutionary revolutonar revolutionary ¬
tionary tonar tribunal trbunal A search of the th thhomes
homes of the accused was without wihout re result resul resuit ¬
suit sul but all al efforts etors to secure their li liberation l iiberation ¬
beration have been
beraton unsuccessful unsuccessfulour unsuccessful unsuccessfulour
our labors with the great rlat allembracing allembracingaffirmation aUembrcing aUembrcingaCflrmaton allembracingaffirmation
affirmation aCflrmaton upon our lips lps that tht upon the theface theface
face of things the salrlt of truth Ulon has hasmoved hasmoed hasmoved
moved bringing order orer out of chaos creat creating creatIng creating ¬
ing life lfe in myriad forms bringing man manun manu manup
un u from the brute and k keenln keening eoing his face faceturned facetured faceturned
turned tured toward the light Isht causing causino love ana anaworship ana anaworship anoworship
worship to dawn on his understanding understandingand unprranding unprrandingand
and even Riving Jvlng him gllmftsen glmJsett of ot f some somefurther ome omefurther omefurther
further vision yet et unrealized unrlalzed So today todayJ
I only ask to become a conartner conafner with withyou withyou Ith Ithyou
you In this church of your love and en endeavors endeators
deavors which stands for the freedom freedomwhich freedomwhich
which the truth brings In the te unison of ofspirit ofspirit 01spirit
spirit maytwe may wo work together tog < ther for the good goodtbina
things thln as a the are
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CfYou fYou ci You CAN DRESSUP DRESSUPWITH DRESSUPWITH
WITH VERY LITTLEMONEY LITTLE LITTLEMONEY
MONEY Now NowTHERES NowTHERESAN THERES THERESAN
AN HONEST CLOTHING CLOTHINGSALE CLOTHINGSALE CLOTHINGSALE
SALE ON HERE HEREAli HEREAll
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c All we ask of ay auy fairmiiidM fairmiiidMman fairiUic
man is the privilege priviege of showing showingjhim showingjhimthe him himthe
the offerings and opportunities at atthis atthis
this shop Were W e re endeavoring to toconduct toconduct
conduct a strictly stri tly legitimate sale on onhonest onhonest
honest lines linessomething something a little littl dif different different ¬
ferent something that will mean meanactual real realactual realactual
actual savings s vings Its a novelty to tomost tomost tomost
most men menb but t its its worth coming o a along
long way to attend attendlGHARBSON att attendRicARON nd ndRleMARDON
RleMARDON RicARON lGHARBSON lGHARBSONA < A AMS < i s sCLOTHES
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NOTHING DOINGIN DOING DOINGIN
IN PEACE LI LINE LINET lE lEJ
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J apan pan Has Made Mo t o Proposi Proposilions Pr PrOposiUons posh posh1ions
lions to Russia RussiaGOSSIP RussiaC
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GOSSIP IN ST PETERSBURG PETERSBURGI PETERSBURGDILOMTS
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I DILOMTS D > rPLOMATS PIGtTBING FIGURDG ON ON TEE TEEPROSPECTS THEFBOSPECTS
PROSPECTS PROSPECTSSt JnOSFECS
1
St Petersburg Jan an 9 7 rlO 10 tu 1 a p ui J
The T he conference whl whilh whih h Emperor EmprDrlas Nlcl
olas 01 o las has ha been holding holdng with wih members member of ofthe orthe
the t he council cunoi of 01 the empire AI w V Ihe Iheand t e eand
and a nd other members and advisers adh5e oa oahe U1the
the he internal inter1a Interna and external situatons situatonshas szualOn szualOnhas
has h as been b bee en concluded cncluded but nothing naa naaoccurred na naoccrred
occurred occrred o which would indicate in < lcu tnut tne tnegovernment tnegovernment tileovernment
g government is 1 prepared to depart irom tromn j i
its R n present programme ot of continuing continuingthe t < ntiouiIg ntiouiIgthe I
the war to the bitter biter end om1 ixeverUie ixeverUieless leerIl leerIlless
l less talk tUt of o peace p ae was hoard hlrd tounoay tounoayin bunu y yII
in II i ii many man quarters the foundation foundaton tel it itbeing II ii iieing
b being ascribed us ribed to Foreign orcIgn Minister MinisterLamsdorffs 1ligtel 1LiiisterLamadorifs
Lamsdorffs alleged aleged position In favor favorof fa VOl VOlof
of o f such a course cour e on the ground that thataside > Iald
aside ald a s1d from the humiliation humial0n to military militaryprestige mitary mitaryprcatge
prestige prcatge involved it would ould only mean meat
the the t he relnquishment relinquishment of Manchuria to j
which Russia already alrndY is formally ormaU ormaUpledged I
pledged There is I no confirmation confrmaton ot otthis 01this I Ithis
this statement of Count LamsdorfTa LamsdorfTaposition LnmSc0rfr5 LnmSc0rfr5roslton Lantsdorffsrosltlon
position roslton beyond the general generl knowl knowledge Itnow1edge knoiviedge ¬
edge that he always has belonged to tothe tothe
the peace party It I is quite quie probable probablethat probablethat probablethat t
that the peace peace talk gossip gosip has ha been beenproduced beenpoduced beeniroduced
produced poduced j b > the arrival arival of foreign pa paptrs pap pap01s
ptrs p < r as a it receives no encouragement encouragementin encourgement encourgementin
in responsible quarters here hereDid hereDid hereDid
Did Not Materialize MaterializeThe Mn IXaterializeThe teriaIze teriaIzeThe
The belief beIef which existed In I exception exceptionally excepton exceptonaly
ally aly wellinformed wElinformed diplomatic diplomatc circles crcles t 1
that tat Japan would follow olow the fall fal of ofFort oi oiPort I
Port Arthur with wih model modclate ate peace prop propositions propositons propositlons ¬ I
ositions ositons has not been realized realzed Up to tothe tothe It Itthe
the present time tme nothing has reached reachedthe reachedthe reachecthe
the government either eiher through the theUnited theUnied th I IUnited
United Unied States State or other channels Diplo Diplomats Diplomats
mats here cannot figure fgre out the general generallines generl generllne I
lines lne of a treaty at this juncture generaI which whichboth whichboth whiciboth I
both the belligerents be1gerents could accept but butrealize butrealze bu t trealize
realize realze that if i Japan makes any an sort of ofoffer ofofer o I
offer ofer unless it is rejected outright as asnot asnot a anot 1
not entertalnable negotiations negotatons would wouldbe wouldbe woultbe
be opened and negotiations negotatons at once en entered entered entred
tered upon in which friends friend of both bothparties bothpartes boti t tparties
parties partes could use their good god offices ofces and andbring an t tbring
bring about good terms This is the theonl th e eonly
i only onl hope for or a termination terminaton of the war warwhich wa r rwhiIh
which whiIh diplomats diplomat can see seeServices seeSerices seeServices
Services Serices For the Dead DeadSolemn Ded DedSolcmn DeadSolemn
Solemn services service in honor of those who ivh 0
fell fel In the defense of Port Arthur were wer e
held on Sunday at the Kazan cathedral cathedraland cathedraland ii iiand
and theTroltka theTrolka monastery The S serv service lV lVice
ice passed pas ed off or without w hout demonstration demonstraton of1 of1any or orany o oany
any sort sort Neither the emperor nor normembers normc no nomembers
members mc ber of the imperial family famiy were werepresent werepresent wer werpresent
present A requiem was held simulta simultaneously sfmula sfmulantously almultafleously ¬
neously ntously in the chapel at at Tsarskoe Selo
Although Alhough Field Marshal llarshal Oyama took tookpains tookpains too toopains
pains to formally formaly communicate communiate the thenews th thnews
news of f the the fall fal of Port Arthur to Gen General General Gezieral ¬
eral Kuropatkin announcement has not
been made made to the army in Manchuria
or 61 at t least no mention menton of ot such an ¬
nouncement Is made in Indlpatche dispatches from
the front rort of oJ the th manner 4n vhich the
news was received there One curious curiousXew
Gispateh spoke of n big celebrton celebration of I
New Years day da along the Japanese Japanecc
lines lre the Russians evidently eVld mistaking
enty mlstlklng
jubilation jubia jti o over Generl General Stoeasers StOescls sur aurrender ¬ I Ider
render der for New Yearg Ytar e festivities I
TROIBlE TROUBLE TR9uB1E < JS IS BR BREWING BREWINGStrikers W G GStrikers
Strikers in nthe the theBaku Baku B ku District of ofRussia ofRussia
0 Russia insist Upon UponDemands UponDemands
Demands DemandsBaku
Baku Jan 8 8A A big bigtire fire fre presumably
of incendiary origin today destroyed
sixteen tanks in the Nobels NObels camps and
several adjoining properties
I There has been propertes no actual fighting
since Jan an 5 when a a collision colsion occurred o fghtng curred curredI
between
strikers and Cossacks and six
I workmen were killed Itied and two Cossacks Cosscks
and thirty thirt workmen injured The Th
strike has been in progress since Dec
12tf I 26 The original prqsre5
orignal dispute was wa ias over
hqurs and wages The first few
1 fTBt days da 5
lOt of the strike stIke there was no trouble but
Oil Dec 29 crowds threatened the guards
I stationed statoned about the refining refnfng works and
Cossacks were called c Ued out out Many lan men
I were WEre injured in desultory desu tory fighting fgltngbe be
i teen strikers strIker and soldiers at various
F points pointsThe
I The managers mangers have expressed a will
j I ingness ingess i ngness to meet the strikers part of the I i
ic way a The hour question qUeston has been con ¬
ceded cede c to the workmen who are grant
eJ e l a nine and
a halfhour
day da with L
an a n eighthour day wih
preceding holidays
The train service hOldas
which
was inter
rupted r was wa resumed on Jan WiS 2 2vj 2 II
The wage question still
queston vj on remains
sti remails iciuiniis un
settled s the
setted men demanding
mpn 10 to 1150 150 ii I
a month A
big
meeting at which
meetng It ii
I
was w as decided to continue
contnue the strike led let I
up u p to the fighting fghtng on Jan 5 I
Trouble is
brewing and the telephone
service s senJe Is again agin interrupted Interruptedmusic z i
I
1 musk and Drama DramaOne rama ramaOne r I I i I
One of the hits hit at last Tilghts night lhts concert
Grand given by Helds elds lII Military tat bani band at the I I
Schuster S Grnd chuster theatre the violinist was made dl whose by b Gustav H
lolnlst solo
uSer Set
ennta e b by Moszkowsky
lozkowskY was so
ated a ted b by the large house that thathe WtS appreci
he
r g
spondcd spondcdisllcana onded
Mr with wih Ir Schuster lasla MasranPs nls Is one Ca Cavalieria uvut of alrla Helds rm Ruslfcna Rustiesna piccolo Kusucana isllcana
formers formersMiss former f ormats ormatsMiss per
also a lso Miss 1ss encored Emily Jmlv Larsen soprano prno soloist was Wi aa C
In the band
the t he selections Se1e met programme t with proper none of of 0 P
Julian JUlan J ulian Edwards tons n wih Dolly more Varden favor than I
tions t ion selec
tionsAt tons ionAt
At the
conclusion of the concert Leader
Zimmerman mmeran announced that next Sunday Sunda j
evening e Fred Graham Salt Lakes tenor
Sal i
would be heard in a selected solo Also
at a t ths tls time tme the first t of the th new series S
of o f Zmphonlc Zimphonies will wi be played plaJcd seros
Last nights programme progrmme progrmmetarch programmeMarch
March tarch
Olympia Clark Clan
Selection S < lectlon Frelschuetz Frelschuet Weber ts ebor eba
Reminiscences REmJnlscences of 100 10 YearsClements t
A History Ristort of a Military Company
Violin Violn solo zSercnata Serenata Mltar Moszkowsky
Mr Gustav H Schuster
Suite S uite te H Bcndix
c
Longing
Meeting fcetnS a love song
Soprano solo Selected 4 j
Miss Emily Larsen ii <
Intermezzo I U Mousme 1135 Eml Eugene LUnen a
Popular Selection Selecton from Dolly Doly Var ¬
den Julian Edwarda EdwardaThls Edwatl EdwatlThis a aThis
This evenjnr evtnJn at the theSait Salt Lake Lke theatre a
Florence Flornce Gale will wl or otn oen > cn an n engagement t
In i n As 8 You Like It I The play playw1 will run rut t
until Wednesday evening
Frank Frn1c James wIll5tar will star in Fighting for
a Million 11on the first firt half of this Flgntlng week wek at
the Grand theatre theatreSAYS theatreSAYS theatreSAYS
SAYS HE SAW BESSIE BOUTON BOUTONSalt BOUTONSalt
Salt Salt lake Lke Mail at Tells Tels Interesting InterestingStory InterestingStory I IStor
Story Stor in Denver DenverPueblo Dever DenverPueblo I
Pueblo PJ eblo Colo Cob Jan j a 1 S SE E S Griffith a I Iconductor
conductor stated stte atateertoday today oda tathehad that thathe he Grltlth had seen een I
Bessie Besle Bouton DoutOn the woman womn who is
thought to be the Cutter mountain vie
tim tm in SaifLake SalfLake a few f days 1nountln ago a with th
Wilam William Franklin Frnkln who Is being spiight s ught
by the i police > oirc < j on the chanjeTof harc of bcln bcln3 bcLas j the ho a ar Jj
nlWierr r q tc the Boutowoman Boutowomanr Bouton woman
r TnidlfatTho n t tf QllLQiP1lerc nc crc tillJ1 tillJ1to faiial
to tr thiOa1iit Ia llsfit iii j i Ui stQilh Mr i
LAS L AS VEGAS NEEDS NEEDSA NEEDSALAND
A ALAND LAND OFFICE OFFICESouthern OFFICESouthern OFFiCEouthern
Southern S Nevada is Being
Rapidly Rapi I Settled Setted Up UpHARDSHIP UpARDSHIP
+ 1 1HARDSHIP
HARDSHIP H ON SETTLERS SETTLERSCASSON
CASSON cA C SON CITY CIT jg I irarA irarAMILES NALY NEARLY 1100 1100MES 1100NLES
MILES MES AWAY AWAYSpecial AWAYI AWAYeSpecal AWAYpecIaI
I <
eSpecal Special pecIaI Correspondence Cor1
Lajs LaI La Vegal Vega Ncr Ne Jan an pncence pncenceLaI 2 Application 1
2
Pilcaton
< has hts bcon ton made mae to the interior dosrtment
for f or recommendation comrentaton to establish e ta U h by b act of
congress oon1r c s a government land office offrc at this thisplace thispcc thisace
place p ace Assurances of aid have been re
coIvcd ccl c < cd from senators enato
representatives repreentthc3 and ant
others oth o rs high In n the government service
gcrnmot
The people hope for aid from Cam Utah
From Frm heroto hr to Carson City Cft by b railroad rirad I
via laSal Salt Lake Is 10TC l 4 miles mUe Nevada has ha S
but b ut th the s one land office while
whie California Californiaadjoining
Calfornia CalforniaadjunlnJ
adjoining adjunlnJ a has ten tenAn tln tlnAn
An examination of map showing
xamIngton va ¬
cant public pUblc lands land of ICovada mI vada Issued b
the t he United States
shows show s thousands State and geological survey surl
a thousands of acres1 8 re8 I
awaiting
the the settler ftler
In this valey yaJey alone arc from 20QCOO to t p >
300000
2C
for 30 irrigation acres ncrlS of arable arble land level le enough Ii i
Irrigaton more than half of which ii
Is varan vacant r public > i KU i land J Jonu hal
< onu The a uv water wuiei nuppi >
Is fUPply iut p y
yet et unknon but of three thre wells under underwhat
tkn taken 1 a hR have ve water atCr within Uhln ten feet In I n
what
appears aPP < ar to be abundance No wells
S 1
have In hnT been btn sunk unk that did ld not find water wattr wels r
present conditions cnditons a poor man cannot It
open opens a farm i
hero her and the
pay pa expense of c d
going Jofng homestead to Carson Caron and back to perfect his hi 5
homesead entry
entt
It I is true tue that application can be made
b applcaton b e I
before fore a i court cour commissioner If the ap I ¬
plicant plcant or some member of his family Is I
residing on the land It I does not Caml require C
a very fertile fertie imagination imaJinaton to see that a
man might settle sette on a piece pl < ce of land and an r
whie while v he c was vo HUIUIIS puttng putting ever so numoie lurblC humble a
dwelling dwelng up another desiring that land Ian d
would take tke the train to Carson and en I j ¬
ter It It making trouble expense and prob ¬
ably bly the he loss Josso of the land ad
There is no need to enlarge on this thi All A 11 1
fairinjnded falr lnded men menl will see
Then to the northwest norhwest a few miles is a
fine body bod of timber the value mlas of which 1
to this country can ca1 hardly be estimated L
estmated
To make timber tmber entries the applicant It t
ought to appear at the th land office app1cnt
All know that the offce
country is enjoying
cuntr g j
much prosperity prosprlt prosprltThousands
Thousands of men are coming into mt a
southern Nevada and they are of the Ii e
bone and sinew of the country countrymen men who wit 10 3
do things To them thfm the machinery of the tit B
government goernmnt should lend ed itself Iself in this era I
that advantage advantage may come to all
This railroad rairoad is rapidly rpldl nearing a1 comple 5 ¬
tion ton and with wll rail rai connection connecton complete e
from Salt Sal Lake Le to Los Anceles nreles the rush rue h
rU
for property In southern Nevada will be b 1 IC
great r at So you see se believing belevIng In the wi far I
seeing feelnl policy potc of our officers oricers we con i
fidrntly fldfntl expect a United enled States SttlS land of o ¬
flee fce ar 1 s BEAL BEALMAKE BEALMA
MAKE MA E STRONG I
PROTEST PROTESTSociety PROTESTSociely I ISOciety
Society of Pioneers of Arizona ArizonaAgainst ArizonaAgainst a aAgainst t
Against Joint Statehood StatehoodWith StatehoodWith StatehoodWith
With New Mexico
Tucson ArJz Ariz Jan S SAt At
a
meeting of f
the th meetng
Society oclety of Arizona Arzonl Pioneers this aft af af t ¬
ernoon an earnest protest
against aginst the ti e
merger of Arizona and New Mexico joint t ¬
ly Into a state was adopted In
substance substati
it follows follows4TTT 010w3 010w3We subslhc re e
4TTT J t ili
We
declare that the pl pledge < dge of the fJ fe
J er anal government o overmnenf ernment in the enactment of the t
i prganlc > < law creating > r < Liii suizuuu Arizona Into
creatng Azona inio a I tern ten
torial government
and
gcrnment defining the geo ge
I defning
J graphical bound boundaes to
boUndJ es in whIch It was wasgovernment w s
i
a agreed ed Arzona Arizona should nj9Y territoti
government goernmtnt until unti trerted lreted into a teriorial state of f
the Union l nlo1 was a sarred strod compact stte which whi nlch
tho the t he pioneer pfonez citisens clten of Arizona cozpact comnrls
Ar1ona
Ing I the
ng 801 soist and oaughtrs 1aught ° rs of P erory r sta
or o f tle tint tnlon lnIon afopted aceepred In gooc good ood faith and at
In I a consideration thereof have given
years yea
Of o r suffering and toil enduring great
suferln t6i great pri p ¬
Irl
vations and at the r
hardships risk of life II B
Iin in I n conquering Iardshlrs d doping veopin civilizing ciYlzing and al lfe ad
building huldlng b up the prosperity of the state eta te
tie
of i f Arizona ArizonaWe rlzonae stte
I
We e plead that the compact cmt > ct may ma be
kept k ept pt inviolate hr the
kc by government and only onl ext ii
chang c hanged d or modified upon the consent extof of fr
I the citizens ctzens of Arizona whose whos rights nigi its a
should s be
considered considere and we earnestly earn earned 1 v
I pray p ray that thn t If J determined to passtho pass the Joint joIn 101 tty nt t
I statehood st s teh od bill bl now before the thesenate senate that th it J
it i t be with I the Foraker amendmentleav amendment lea
Il a v ¬
lt ing l ag the question ue io of ofmerger merger r rerrln errln to the vote of tt f
the t he citizens citzens of the respective territories
j I GratItude Grnttude Is I ii expressed xpre5e rspectve < to Senators terriories Bard Bardby Bat d
Foraker Baker and others for standing standi ng i
by Arizona ArizonaBARTCHS Arizona ArizonaBIARTCH ArizonaBARTCWS
BARTCHS BIARTCH SVOTE SVOTEI VOTE VOTEPRESENT
I PRESENT PRESENTPROB1IEI PRESENTPROB1IEIContinued PROBLEM PROBLEMContinued U J
I
Continued contnu from fromFage Page li liMaufthan 1 1I 1Maughan
I mond mondCarbon mon monCarbonJames Maufthan Ma i an WelJsvillei WetsI T T H H Merrill lerU Rich Rh th i ¬
Carbon CerbonJames James P Curtin Winter Inter Quar Quar Qu at r ¬
ter ten tens
terBavis tensDavisEzra
Bavis DavisEzra afsEzra Ezra F Richards Karmlnpton Farington I
Kmery JmLrGeorge EmeryGeorge George M I Miller Ilor Iluntington Huntngton I II
Garfleld GarfEldAtred GarfieldAlfred Alfred Iuther Escalaiite
Grand Grndohn Graild3nhn John K E Pace Richardson Falmte
Iron JronThomas Thomas J Jones Ocar C1r City
Juab JuabHerbert JuabHerbert Herbert Hopes Jtpe Eureka Eurka CI
Kan KnnChanies Charles
KnnCharles Carroll Orderville
Carrol Orenme
Millard MillardO tiardO O L Thompson Sclplo
Tompson Scpio
Morgan lIorganame MorganJames James A A Anderson And rson Peterson PetersonJUch Peteron I
PhtcJ PiuteJ E Pftpton Peterson flr Cireleville < leme
JUch Rcheorg RlchGeorgn Georgb Spencer SpencEr Randolph RandolphHull Rndolph
Salt LI LakeClesson < CClesonS S Kinne Kinney WIUam Villji Sm
T Edward Herbt Herbert B B Cromar Thomas Thou
Hull Hul Harry Hary S Joseph Jotph William WiHa McCroa McCr
Salt Lake kj A v Anderson BIncrhara McCrQ a
William nla nlakj J Panter n Ulilon t1t Charles c E
Sugar SugarSan SugarSan Marks Iark East E t Mill Mi Creek S J Stookey Stooke f
San Juan JuanWalter Walter c Lyman I man Bluff
Sanperc SanpetAbrm SanpeteAbram Abram Johnson Johntol Mt t Pleasant Pleasnt Pieasa t
N C 1 Christensen Sterling
SterIng
SevJer SevlerA A R R Hawley HRwle OntraJ OntraJSummit Centra
Summit SummltM M J Daley Park City
Tooele TooelrV TooelEiW W N Gundry Stockton StocktonUlntah StocktontlnahC StocktonUintahC Ci
Ulntah tlnahC UintahC C D Allen Aten Maeser MaeserUtah Ma ser serUtahGeorge
Utah UtahGeorge George Austin LehJ John H HooUon I
Wootton ooUon American Fork Grant Simons SimonsPayson Simo as s
Payson George George A A Hone Benjamin Benj < mu
Wasatch WTasatchJmtzs Jamfes m B Wilson WI50n Midway Udwa
George GeorgeWayne GeorgE Washington WahlngtonThomlg WashingtonThomas Thomas P Cottam Cottm St St it
Wayne WayneGeorge arneer6 George 1 L Stringham Strngham Thurber 1 hurL ear r
Webar YeberRudolph Rudolph KuchlerOsden J Juchler uchlerOgdtn Ogden T C
Pancake Ogden William IUam I Stewart Stews irt t
Plain City ltJ < George Georgt S Dean North Ogden OgdenTolton Ogdln OgdlnPolon Ogd en n
Ogdno
Tolton Polon Cottam Cotam and Strigham Strgham arc ar Demo Democrats Democrats Der Dercrats no o ¬
crats Till 111 1 others oter Republicans RepublicansTotal Republcans RepublcansTotal RepublicansTotal
Total vote on joint ballot batot 63 6 Necessary Nessar ecoSS iry iryelect y
to elect l t United Unf dStates States senator Z nator natoro 32 32PARTISAN 32PARTISAN
o p pPARTiSAN
PARTISAN MEANNESS MEANNESSAT IAINESSATCHEYENNEWY
AT ATCHEYENNEWY CHEYENNE WYQ WYOSpecial 0 0Special i iSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCh HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Ch Jenne Jan 8 SThe The board of county cou aty y
commissioners commissioner yesterday esteray refused refus4dto to ac accept accept ¬
cept the bond of W B Roes Democrat Delnoet V
Demolrt
who was declared elected prosecuting pro ccutzg at i
lornoy by b the the county canvassing board boardrecently boar ho zrti
recently reeenU and Colonel W R fatoll btol Stollnttatcn hoEli Re ReD Eli
DtbUcsn D C will wi continue contnue to act ne = s county cout zity
attorney atorne until untS the courts pass noon tinoncoziest his hiscontestot i
contest contestot of Ross election It0n Ross Ros may sue
for R writ of mandamus madamuK to comoel comD the
board to recognize reognize his hl bond and he may ma maal ix ixalso I
also al o ask for his salary from thctfme thctte thetmethe he hewas hewas
was contest sworn 8wornln case caseMens In until unti the he courts court decide dtcc decidecontest the thecontest thecontest
I el elXens
Mens X ns and nd Youths 950 8950Clothingr 950Clothing 950Clothing
Clothing Sale at Siescls SIegels See page page pag C 8 t
for big add
STORM CONTINUES CONTINUESOFFBRITISH CONTIN CONTINUESOFF S SOFF
OFFBRITISH OFF BRITISH COAST COASTl COASTJondon COA ST STLondon
l London Jan 8 EStormy 8Stormy Stormy weather still
l continues on the th British coasts and
contnues Britsh coab sev pe ev ¬
oral era shipping casualties auate are reported repirted The
Glasgow steamer 8teaer Stella Stela Maria arls collided 1M off
Holy HOI Head with wih the the Spanish Slnl h vessel coldet 8el Oris C ris
and both bth sank Dank The crevs cre sorc were saved sa Ors red
in the 1heboat boats after ater drifting driftng all al night The
Belfast Betast schooner Dispatch DIIltch collided coUdld with wit v
the Sunderland 8t
steamer aer Dlllinzton off
Rmlgate Ramsgate this thi morning Dllnton The Dispatch DI Blapa f
was WI8 wired tr dlnto into Ramspate Ra6Jate but the the latch DHI DI I ill
ncpnyfs IS thieved I ved to have sunk with h her
bf
wi
ciw r6wofitn r 4titen oCn nn Several Sccal other vessqfcr yes
ucr nvec rlicn ctep hto lieho tn Itttrerttp ifrent veS3r poli poliW l Ir
1 r I tl W js sr J
PROGRAMME IS ISMADE ISMADE ISMADE
MADE PUBLIC PUBLICAnnual PUBttCt PUBLICAnnual
t
Annual Meeting Meeting of thNational1 thNational1Board thelatonal the National
Board B a acd d of f Trade Tr de deMANY
I
MANY SUBJECTSsTO SUBJECS TO COME UP
I
RESOLUTIONS EESOLUTON WHICH wOH WIL WILT BE BEACTED DEACTD
ACTED ACTD UPON TJPONI UPONashlngton
4
I Washington ashlngton Jan S STe 5The The programme of ofrecommendations ofrecommendatons 01 I
recommendations recommendatons and an resolutions reolutons to bo bolnsidered I
lnsidered considered at t the c thirtyfifth annual I
I meeting meung of Ui l9 tha naUojtal naUoal tlrt7tth board Dord ocard o of ttade
thd
which begins here Tuesday ruesda Jan 17 1 has
I teen leu na za zpaI4e < 4e e pi L c An unusually unusuaIy large
I runiber runlbe ef lt r texOiuUons ouiUons ol lons of interest Intwtto to the
business busines inteious of the he country have I
been prepod plCprt by I repr prntJIe pr1xentaive entajlive commer c mmer
cJal bodies bodi s lor tonsjuerauon tonstrzulon chief among
which are ar thoa t routing ratng to merchant ma
ririe the interstste Int ua tomrnerce < law reel reelprooity reclrroQ
prooity rroQ uniform unlOlt biiis bil btii of lading ladln reduction reducion I
of the tax tAX on alcoholand al oholad improvement Improemtut of 01
i I various arlu ways
i Vaiious fcoarde led of trade ind nd transpor
tation and chambers c amber of commerce have
presenea resoutJOBS urging congressional gr hataI I
f rn rnregut regut fdf congressionax
iegIsae1on for the uiouiidlng of slor the x
I I American Amercan merchant mrant rilarJne n > fne In I various I
j resolutions enarged powers are asked aked for lorI
j the interstate IntNatte commerce commission
cmere commission
I I Tho New ew York beard bCrd ot trade tde and anc
transportation transportaton by b resolution resoluton expresses cprsscs it
i sel self a as oIOsed to the bi1 conferring the i
eonferrinl
I ratemaking rt makng r < eer e er on the commission
The board expresses expnssec the opinion that it Itt 1 I
i seems eem8 wiser Isor Ion tn the < present prSlnt at least least to torei t
i rely rei en n the recently r tl applied appled methods of ortCnlorcing o
tCnlorcing th the decisions of the commls510n
by injunction injuncton rather than to enact fnact the th I
CooperQuaries CooperQulrJe bill bJ the provision tlir of 0 < r
which it holds hold mar ma be oonatmed cns ed to be bi 0t t
muchlnore farreaching than than even its ad
vocatea ocat are willing wnu to defend < rend or consent cnsont t
to Railroad Riroad pooling poolnc is favored in sev severl
eral erl ml resolutions rlsolutona and nd so o is the Institu
tion ton by b the government govermen of a parcel Insttu post postluch t
such luch as variously varouslY named foreign na
tions tons now enjoy cjO T the adoption adopton of l 1cent t
I postage for invoices c etc and the Im hitprcsvement
E een eenoroi oroi
provement ot the Mississippi isl islcsipln csipln river l rC and Jc ant I
of coastwise coastle waterways waterways
The Importance Imortne of international arbl
internatonat arb
tratlon traton treaties treate Is set forth in a a number numberof
of resolutions reolutons and an expression expresion Is made
for an early al ratification rtfcaton of those thOe now nowpending nowpedn
pending pedn pednThe
The Scranton Scratn CPaO tPi aJ board of trade re I
quests the adoption adopton of a resolution resotuton ask
ing that the president Join other othEr powers poweI a
In a a determined effort eCor to compel Russia Russiaand
and Japan to submit their difference differences to ti
Tho Hague Hage tribunal for arbitration arbirton The Tb tiC C
Boston chamber of commerce wants wantsrEclproeI TbS S
reciprocity rEclproeI with w1n Canada and other com commercial
jnercial bodies bodle ask that our foreign 2
trade be extended by b treaties treates of reci reciprocal reciprocal
procal character charcter Free alcohol for Indus
trial purposes urlose is advocated adocate by the Cin Cinclnnatl Cincinnat Ciacinnati
clnnatl cinnat chamber of commerce and a re reI 1
ducton ductioa ot te tx tax on t that t commodit Ir
I by b th the Philadelphia Phlnel = bla Trades league commodlJ
I The The Cigar Manufacturers Association I
AssocIaton AssocIatonof
I of America Ameria urges ure5 that if reductions reductons be beI bi biI z
i I made In the existing exl tng tariff tar on goods oods or orI o r
articles artclE imported from The Phlipplnej
j I there thlrp should be bt exempted xcPfted fe from Phlpplne such re re
ductions ductons such articles artc grown gown produced producedor prouce
I or manufactured mantaetured In th tt tlw Fatted Unte States State S
j as s would be seriously affected by such a areducton
I reduction reducton reductonPUBLIC
PUBLIC DISAPPOINTED DISAPPOINTEDLima DISAPPOITD DISAPPOITDLIma
Lima Peru Jan an S 8There There Tilere is much dis disappointment
appointment at the announcement aln uncerent that thatthe thatthe the t
the vessels vessel of the American Amerlean Pacific Pacifc Pacifcsquadrn
squadron squadrn Rear Admiral Admirl C C A Goodrich Goodrichcommanding Goodrch Goodrchcammandlng
commanding c will wil remain only three thre e
days d ays at Callao The authorities authorites of threI Pe Peru Per I
ru r r u and foreign and nd native natve society soiety peo people peelC PcI I
pie p lC are very Ye desirous of or entertaining S
the t he officers oficers of the squadron in a suit suitable
a
able a ble manner and had hoped hope l the ships shipswould shipswould zhi is
I I would remain at least leat eight days day at atDENTST I
1 Callao C aIlao
j 1 STUDENTS STUDENTSTAKEN DENTST TAKEN KEN BACK BAC 1
1 I
j I
1 i incident I of lngdOI Kingdon Gould andI and an i
I the Sophomores S phomor s is Now NowB
Closed ClosedI
I I
New Trk York Jan S 5Pollowtng Following oWln the receipt mcci Pt t
I I of o f a I letter ter from lZifldon Gould askir ig
clemency c for fortb the four IIJldon students who fklng were we re > I
suspended s uspend d in connection cnnnroton wth with the attempt atempt attent Pt t
to t O seize him for the sophomores sophomol dinner dinn er r
I Just j ust before the holidays announcement at I
has been made by Dean Den Hutton Huton of the tI lie a
School 8Chool of Applied Appled Sciences of Columbia
university t that thedisciplined the disciplined men mln Algel il
linger t Cauchols Doty and Pinch Fnch will a nl I
I be allowed alowed to return retur to their ther work at the tl ta 3
reopening of the university unherlt this thi hts week
Before the announcement t was made ma LI
there thEl t was a conference between betw n President Presidentdents Presidet Presidete Preside
Butler F the members of the e board of et
dents e r representatives presentativesand e e rt sora and thpfour t th orf four uorC sus su I
ponded pnd > students student The purpose of disci dise
llurpe dls
plining pJnJng the tour t ur men was WB to make plain pin in I Ito
pinhe
to the students themselves and to the il he
I I public pubJ the th tact that hazing hzing would not ilbe b be
i tolerated t at Columbia anti tf that end it T
is i s said has been ben accomplished
Klngdon Gould In his letter letfr asking thai th t
the suspendedmen auspended men be allowed alowed to return returnaccounted l
accounted for fa bin possession posse aon of the re revolver revolver r e
volver whichho fired to frighten off the thesophomores thesphomore t rhe he I
sophomores sphomore and expressed exresed his wish to toI tohw
finish his cours < on terms terrn of good feow feo I
hw hwCth
I Iersit
Cth rtr tr
g
shin I wltii wit theother t1ip either t r students gg of < the unl unlversity ux id
versity ersit Regarding Reg rdlng the revolver he wroteaw wrol wrote e
x i Kiwdyt aw awys ys taste t1C i hng l1ig ng rides rldts in the rounfry rocnry count irt
after the college colege work of ot the th day usually usualy usual rl j
returning after aftEr dark I frequently freqUntIYtake take takewith ta he L I
with me a pistol On the day In question questi taon on j
1 happened to have it and when attacked attack qUlton ed U
1 fired fred it In the air so o that bv h attcJed the con consequent cons cc a I
sequent s Quent surprise sutrle of the tl fellows felow I might mightjralp mig ccht ht t
jralp l time tme and opportunity oIPortnlt to reach rea l the tht t he a
fraternity frternlt house h uee where I was going < to toget 0
get my m lunch lunlh I bad not the slightest slighte et I
latent of doing dolnghnrm harm to anyone un one and s1Gheat n ner nerSUfP03NI ver versupposed er
supposed SUfP03NI the th incident IncdentwQuld would be taken takenseriously tnkenserouslr talc an n
seriously seriouslyLOCAL serouslr serouslrLOCAL
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LOCAL IOCMBRllEFS BRIEfS BRIEfSSOIAL
SOCIAL SOIAL SCIENCE CLUB CLt CLUBTfl BThc The Social Soc hit il I
Science club heW he a propaganda pro agmda meotins meotinsat mootng mootngat meeti Socng ng 5
at the Federation Feeraton of Labor hall haJ last even evening evenIng eve iii ¬
ing The Te principal pincipl address addrOS of the evein even evenIn evenIng eve in i
In Ing was as delivered delvere by b Murray King evein In Inaddition Inadditon i
addition additon music musicPRPAE these te was vocal ocal and ad instrumental instrumentalmusic Instrumentalmusic tat 1
PREPARE PRPAE BIG B1t FAIR FAIRPrepartons FAIRPrepartonsare FAIRPreparatlc FAIRPreparatlcare Preparations Ts
are now under unde way for the th Liberty stake ate L 0
fair which will wl be held h ld for one week welt be bt I I Iginning
ginning Feb IS t The committee commitee in charse chare chat t I i
has haf vertured ftured th the prediction predicton that it will willeclipse wi t teclipse
eclipse eclpse anything of a similar simiar nature nQtnrr ever ci cigiven er ergltn
given gltn in the clv dr Pretty Pety rrirls itr1 lrl sar a dec decorations I >
orations oratons vnd nd d electrical toctrIlnl effects efet will bt b bfeatures befeatures
features a us well eU as n l concert concer each even evenlug < yen yenIng
Ing A voting votng contest contot for the most popu popumr I IIud
lar lady Iud in the stake stke wi will be held and al already already I Ired
ready red the names name of f those th0ze their frienJs i IthIK I
thmK thIK likely Iktty to carry 1r off of the tht honors and andthe andhe Ii I Ithe i
the he valUBblprizt valuabl pdz are being mentioned mentoned mentionedORDEBTO f fOBXKERTO I
OBXKERTO O E TO BE MODIFIED MODIIEDVancouver j jVancouver IVancuver
Vancouver Vancuver B C Jan an 8 SThe The do dominion dOminion dominion
minion health healh officials ofcials at this port lrt have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been ordered order to modIC modify the strict stict quar quarantine quarantne quarantine ¬
antine antne regulations regulatons which for the tht past pasttwo pastto pasttwo
two years have governed gotcrne the entry cntl of ofvessels
vessels from San Francisco Frncisco or from flim flimPuget fromPuget I
Puget Sound ports It I has been de destate de decided
cided that the thene ports are no now In a a astate
state of excellent el health
I IITCHING I IITCIUNG
ITCHING ITCHINGHUMORS ITCIUNGHUMORS II
HUMORS HUMORSt
I IIcing
> C X Itching Icing burning burningg I Ibleeding
g y bleeding bleedingandscai bleedingandscaiing and scal se sei
J fi ing of ofthecid the skin and
2 I scalp Is i the i coadi coadition dt
L tion ton of thousands thousandsof tousands tousandsof
t of skintortured skintorturedand
and disfigured disfiguredmen disfgured disfguredmen t
men women omennnd omennndcidre and andv andchildren
v children cidre wl0 who may
1 be beinstnt1yrc beinstnt1yrclieved instantly instanty re relieved reg ¬
lieved g and speedily cured curedby curd curdCuticura curedcli
cli by bywarni warm baths tb withCutlcur with withr
r Cuticura Cuticura Soap Soapnnd j jand
14 > and gentle gente applications applcatons of ofCuticura i iCutcura
1 Cuticura Cutcura Ointment the thegreat thegreat
great get Skin Cure when all allelse al alese allt II IIget
t else ese elsefails fails fais I
DRUGS D WORK RUIN RUININ RUININ
IN CITY SOGilTY SOGilTYContinued SOGiETYCntnuc
Continued Cntnuc from Page Pageawls 1 1a 1 >
awls a awl awlofte ws s and and old nails nais or even a knife are areoften
often ofte tcn n called caled into requisition reuiston reuistonIorphlne
Morphine M Mmo orphine and cocaine coaine through the themouth Lemouth
ni mouth mo mopeo uth are used more frequently requentr by the thepeople theI
people peo peoThi ple who belong belon g to to the higher class classs SSe SSeThis
I This Thi s can be be taken in a quiet quiet unob unobserved uno ea ¬
I served 5ncd ner nerunt ved manner and will wi not be noticed noticeduntil n tced tcedunti
until unti unt untcom il the effects etects of < f the drug itself Iseltbe Iseltbecome be become ¬
come com comI e apparent apparentIn
In I n other cities cites cases are reported
where whe wh ere the dope fiends fends have used usedmany usedmny
many mny ma masoa ny and peculiar pecular methods metods such sch as assokng
soaking sokng soa king a a cloth clot in chloroform chlorform and put puttlngr puttng
tlngr tng rin g it i over their faces faces before e S ging inff to tobed tobed
bed ° nights or eating eatng laudanum but butnone bt btI
i none non e of these these methods metho are oe at a present presentused prefnt prefntuse presentd
u used use use d in Salt Lake Lke according aCr2ng to the best bestinformation bestInforaton bestormation
information Inforaton Inf ormation available to the th doctors doctorsand doetiQrsd
and an d other authorities authoritiesEffects authortes authortesE1ect
Effects E1ect of the te Drugs DrugsThe Drgs Drugshe
The T he results ruls of the drug drg habit halt are like likese
tl those tho se of tobacco and alch alcohclio < lo drinks lke
n not no t noticeable notceable at first frst On the contra contrary ORt
ry it is harder to topereiyc perceive that the ob b bserved
I 8I served ser ved person has been ben using usln anyatlm anyatlmman any sim simulant
u ulant ula nt at aU and one is apt to attri tc tcal
a al all the brlancJ brilliancy and vivacity atr ot the theman tci i
n man ma n or woman oman to his or her own in innate innate ¬
n nate na te qualities qualtes After a a little ltte dose dos and andthe andthe
M the beginner begler usually does doe take a little ltUe
a
dose dos dos e the lady of the ballroom balroom Is I more morewinning morewinning morenning i
winning wi v nning more fascinating facinatng more bril ¬
brl
H liant lat lla nt and more mor entertaining th th orator oratorcan ortor ortorcan
ct can X speak seak with wih an elegance elegnce of which he
himself hi mself had hd never supposed suppoe himself ca capable capable cable ¬
P pable pa ble the doct9r dot doet lr r is surer of f his knife kire kirein i
ii in the operating opertng room rom and ad the singer singerbefore singerbefore
b before bef ore the the public publc holds her audience audiencespellbound audiece audiecespelbund audiencellbound I
s spellbound spelbund spe llbound But after afer the habit habi grows growsand growsan
and an an d after afer It i requires a larger larer dose to tosatisfy tosUse te
satisfy sa tisfy the the
sUse user same effects are arenot
r not no t gained gined Instead Isteadf of being etect more fas fascinatins fasCinatng
c cinatins Cinatng cin ating in the ball bal room roo the dancer dancerdoes da cer cerdoes
31 does do es not care cre for those tose pleasures pleaurs at all aUShe
5 She Sh e loses her beauty bau tv Her cheeks cek be b
c come co me pallid pald and drawn Her Be eyes eyeswhich ae
which wh ich formerly forerly were dilated dlate and andbrightened ad adbrightened itfl 1
brightened bri b ghtened by bJ the drug become beome sight sightless sightless sightI ¬
U less les s and dull dul Her senses forsake fors ke her herand he heand I
a and an d she no longer hears hear the sounds hef of ofthe ofthe 0 f
nongr
tl the th e passionate pasionate violin vloln and the te dreamy dreamymovement d a r
n movement m of the th music Instead Inste she sheia sb C
ia it 7 s restless retess and cannot canot sleep unless unlessdoped pnlear a
doped d oped Her nerves are all al gone or ordeadened ordeadened o r
c deadened deadenedOne deadenedOne de adened
One old old woman who was w treated treate at atthe atthe a t
ti the th e city ciY jail jai and turned turne away awa cured curedwith curd curdwih
v with wih wi th tears tear in her eyes ee told the te jailer jailerthat jalerthat jaler r
y that that th at for more than tha five t1e years year while she shehad sle slehad ni C
had ha d been using the stuff stuJ she had hadnever hadnever hac hact t
never ne ver heard the birds sing and had hadnever hadnever bac bacL t
n never ne ver enjoyed one single happy laugh laughNow laughuNow L
Now she said J can hear hea the rob robins ¬
ii ins in s just the te same as a I could in child childhood cid cidhood ¬
h hood hoodThe hoodThe ho od
The most mot loathsome loathsme effects etects corn oomefrom ome omefrom e
from fr ont the use of the needle neede In I those thosecases toe toecases e
u cases ca ses the sufferer suferer breaks break out with Ith run running running runfl ¬
n ning l fl sores sr which every ever day discharge dischargetheir a
tl their th eir huge hug allowance alowance of pus PUB The very ver vez V
r flesh feh fle sh becomes beome rotten roten and leprosy in its itsworse is isworse it S
worse wo rse form for form could not be more abhor abhorrent abhorrent ¬
r rent rentThe rent re nL
The rapidity rapldi with wih which the bad ba ef effects effects ¬
J f fects fe cts are shown upon the te users usr depends dependslargely dependslarJly S
1 largely larJly la rgely upon the nervous temperament temperamentof t
of ofan the man or woman taking the drug drugand drugand drul
and an d the quantity quanttJ taken as well as a the thenarcotic thenar Ui UiIt a
narcotic nar na rcotic < otc used Cocaine Cocaine has the most mostimmediate mostImmediate mot It
j
immediate im mediate effect efect not only in its Is action actionupon aton atonupn a
upon upn up on the system when taken tken but in inbringing inbringing i a
1 bringing br inging about abut the dire results resuls above abovementioned abe abementoned C
mentioned mentionedDevices mentoned mentonedDevc m
Devices Devc to t Get Dope DopeThe
The Te cost of the morphine morhine opium and andcocaine andcocine an d
I
c cocaine cocine co com caine leads those thoe who have net the themoney themone U e
n money mone m oney with which to purchase purchse it into intomany intomany 0
many m any curious methods to obtain a little 11th e
obtan ItleThe
The T he Smith Smih Drug Drg company compon has made Itle an anIronbound a ii
Ironbound ir rule rle that it I will wU not sell sel any an anof
o of ofno the stuff before bfore 12 oclock o lock at nsbt nsbtnot nghtnot nglit ant t
not no nore t only because it does dO 9 not wnt want the theregular th thregular U Uit
regular re rew gular patronage to come cme into contact contactwith eontactwith Cents Centsith it
with w ith that class of soltt society but because heuse heusethe hecaute
the th thca e fiends fendR will i steal stla anything that tlat they theycan theycan the
f can ca cait n get g t their hands hans upon upn in order to t sel se sell ti I
it and obtain more mOTf of the th udop dope The Thepolice Thepol TI ze e
police pol po llee < e are well weUorme weThiuformed informed of the ways TIif of ofthose ofthes e f
those thes th thth ese pK Pple people plo and nd keep a I close c t eye ey < upon uponthorn wponthom tint tintem ein in
thorn th em Only last lat week wek there wa was brought breuglrore ru ht
before bere be beh rore Judge Jud e Diehl a man Raymond Cur Curtis CurUs CUla ¬
tis h a by name who had hd stolen ttoen a mangle manglerolled mungIe mungIerole awing
r rolled role ro lled from frm the machine of the Salt Sa Lake LakeCleaning LakeCleanln Lal Laleaning
Cleaning Cleanln roCl Cl Clin eaning company compny nd sold Sld it for 2S 2 cents centsin cent cen cenorder l
in order ordtr to get dope udopeBe
Begging Be glng Is another way wa they the have btit ht htus be beg at t
as the average aeragf person ers can easily recog recogiiize reg regnize reco recoIs g
iiize iii ze their thel condition conditon they do not nt find this ths thspartcular Ut Utarticularly Is 3
j particularly partcular p profitable Drotuble DrotubleCocine
Cocaine costs about 3 < I Imorphine
Cocine cos abut 6 > HD ounce ouncemorphine e
morphine m 42 250 i and an gum opium 4 a z t
pound p < ound An n habitual gm user will n eoasume eoasumeas cnume cnumeas couun couunmuch te i
1 as much as thirty or forty fory grains galI sT a day daySpeedier da y ySpeedier
Speedier Life Lfe the te Cause I
Dr D W v M 1L Brown in commenting commetng on the ti ticrease to
increase increas in I crease of the habit said saidI
1 can account for foz the great gret increase incre in
the th e use of the drugs only by b saying aafg that thatcity tb at c
1 thml rhinE 1 it due to the pace at which hleh thlt ti he hepeople a
people i p ot the west incuding including those of of this thiscity 111 111ty xis 5
city ci ty aregoing ar going Years Year ago everybody eerbody took tok tokthS toe k kx
things t more quietly Now it must be
thS Qulttb zow mUft ex excitement exciement e x
citement ciement ci No longer is the boy by or girl gi ein in T
satisfied satfed s to sit by the table t < ble and read grl grlsatfed in inan ina inUt 1
J an a a n evening eVnng but he or she l1e must rea go out o Ut I
to parties var1es o ogirls or have Numerous felows feiows oor or orgir r j
girls gir g lria I an3 an attend atend these theJe swell swet dinners dinnerswhich diane Is s j
which w hich we 0 hear so much muC about abut dinner In the thenewspaper t tewspapers he
newspapers newspaper n and ald which the alleged alege society locley locleygirl soda y
girl g irl always alw8Js wants to attend atend because bcuse she she S t o
want w ants her name name to appear In the lst list Sof of ofthoe < tt t
those t present and and because bcaus all al lier her set is isthere
there t After Afer she gets luo lM the habit habithese of ° i ishe I
the t hese e dlnrtrs dlnrers Ihe she cannot 8tQy stay aa away Son So I Ishe
she s he acquires the the taste tastt for strong stroB drink drinkwhie dri ic j
while whie W hile attending atfndlng these functions functons and then thnma Ui Uiad en n
maybe ma f m aybe be takes t3ke to smoking cigarettes cigaretes and andlfter a ad d
a after fter that the the deluge Some night ahe she shemust shemust a he e
must attend aUend a adance dance and not being phys phyakly ph5 a
tcally kly able to do it takes a little lite xnor morphi inc inchhee r
phi p hhee e or some other drug just to dead dea4e
th t he > > pain and then th n she gets the habit habitshe bait t
W Vhat hat a habit I it Is that she Is acuiring acuiringshe sequin habit ag g
she s he never nen r stops stop to inquire nor does she shecare e he e
care c are for she shE has to attend atend the dance dan danoes ere re
does d oes she not notThe notThe
The business man ml is almost amost as a foolish foolishin fqoUs fooli sb
in I n this respect rept as his daughter for forats ha haeats hoeats
eats e ats a little ltte some lome day da maybe for tel the thetoothache tb t z zoothache
toothache tootache t and as as it I does dos not subside subsde in ina Ina
a a short time tme eats some more until unti he hetoo hetoo I te I
too t at ao oo is in the tolls tol A groat grot percentage percentageof percentsed ge
of o f those tose who are 3e afflicted affcte are dragged drsge dragr dragrn ed
into i nto It by physicians I raysou think tiic tiichOse n i
those t cases cue pqslclns the most m st pltifut pitful gsa of all 31 B as it itSQferrs
SQferrs so s o nts s that that tho poor people I > are not asre re1 re respcslble I
sponslble spcslble s for their condition conditon and an suppose auppe ice
that that t hat when they the are giving ghfJ themselves th spp mSehte tea
into I the hands ha d8 of a doctor he ought oughtnow ta taknow t
know k now what he Is doing doingI doln dolnur
ur I recollect reoUect the case 4se of a prominent prominentmusician prmln nt ntmusicIan
musician In this town who was wa at one C no
tme t ime leader ot the Tabernace Tabernacle choir ad adwho a onE nd
who w ho was thus doctored Afer Alter the he phy ph ait it i
sician scian sic sicw lan had gotten goten him into the habit Jbl ho hot
was WB w a unable to o got hjm out of it and ha d
to toth pall call nln in othor nesietaaoo as aesitancein I te ol aI4 al a him tn a j
the te th thst e euro cut The Te > man > today tdRT 4i s > zt total 1tl tal an a ri riainer
stainer stiner st ainer fron fromall fronr aU kinds Wnta of f art nareotlcs t hit > ut 1
it Itfo is not due to the man who wh prescribed preecgbcr
for fo r him him himSootg himSoothing i P 8bLd
Soothing Sootg Syrups Syps Great Grat Menace MenacePatent MenaceI menacePatent
Patent medicine medlclne and soothing cynics yrui rll > s
I arc ar arev e responsible JponslbIe for a goodly gOoly share shre of the th
evIL ev il Analysis AnalYIIf shows how that tht almost all of
these tese th ese Contain ontaln alcohol alohol and aI some sme amost kind kld of an a
opiate op iate It is i not to tt be wond wondered at that
a grown gown man should shuld take naturally ntrly re to t toese <
these th thth ese when his mother mote has fed him on onem
te
t1em them th em as a a child childCigarette cbUdClgaretti
Cigarette Clgaretti which wllch one on buys bU B ready rty ma maalso maso o oalso
also al so contain contin some som drugs drg Often Oft4n the tftftworst th thwort theorst
worst wort w orst drug Uer users are ar fiends fieds for them t at atrst t tand
fIrt fi rst ThEre There are some 1p1 people Jut just 8 so IO IOan low
and an d ambltfonletts ambiton Ie iS that tht they naturally natoil Jrift iriftr iriftto
i into in to such sch a life but th the se are few eor eorred orplre or orpuretl
puretl plre pa pain red with those ths who wh acquire cntre U the e taste talto tasteother
aiur t
I in other ways WA Something Soeln raw mu be b clone cloneand donI doned
and an d that tbt soon soon to trHeck 1k this ti worst wrs of all aitcurses allrses t i iCUrS
curses CUrS cu rses or the te peopta of this t city and andthe ande < > f fthe
the the th e whole country cunt pp will wi take tke the ey path th le leanient < > f fancient fncient
t
ancient anient a Rome RomeiFHOIff Rome RomeFROM RomeFROH
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM BOTTOMHow BOTTOMow OTTOM OTTOMHow
How H ow Eayv y Clifford Cifod Cliffrk Has Fallen Falen From FromHigh FromHigh FrontHigh
High Society Scety to Drugs DrugsA DrgsA
A case ese of of complete Cmpiett ruin thruJb through the u ant n
of drusrs druir lr te 1 th tht t of Ray Clifford
flo notorious ntorious fl Ot0tiou woman Wom who Ry was shipped Cfor out H r
of o f the stat stAte ws shlpp
a few
f4w months mOltb ao a bark i to toI to < >
her h er old home bom
Eld et t Denver where
Daver year
I ago ag a go she he led the life lfe of a prominent prDnt army arm armI rcaT
officers Oter o wife wfe and moved In th the beet s <
cety clet dl ety Denver D b
M officials ortJdltl evMfntTy fvW evidenti fttT recoir recoirand rt > < nc
I ntzcd n tzed her wlUu withered red features for th they ey sent
her h er back to SAlt LAke a few weeks a aI ag
and a nd today toda she Is
I housed bou d in a dive < n
FrankHn F rank1in avenue avenueOld avenueOld
I Old Raw Bones as she > Is i known know
amomrst a the police and n the refugees TcrlJg S of
the th e alleys ane was s
8
once as 5 handsome > a w wI wc wcan <
I man m ms an as lived In Denver D uvr She Sh hart all th t tta 1t 1tI
society solehada s advantages
ntaPe8 customary t8mao for an
army a rmy officers wife
I
She began be n the us UM of morphine IT ITr ITrI < r
moral m oral sense e became bto am dulled
I On Onn day da a courtly co rtly suitor drifted ITMO isloer
her h er llfe l < tp at the th post and In spite Fpit of tl th slit slitevotion
I devotion d dI evotion of her husband lured th the wo woan >
j i I man m a an otatM at that ba time tins sweet and Jdi loving lovii ev e emight cinot t
lV
I If not so morally levelheaded as s sI
I might m ight have lIav been down the same od r O rnorn w
j worn w orn by many other feet f t than hers hE T Tnew Tn Te
j I new n ow w man w wa was w attractive and ent ntrtllniH entartainincnd ntrtllniHRnd rtainiiit rtainiiitand
and a nd thoc who knew them both and nd the th thiusband
hniaband h asc w well H say a that maybe m8 the wo woman w wI waought ¬
man ought not to b b 10 o htam Warned d Anywa An Anywse 3
the th e end to t th the lovemaking came wh whet hl i
I the th t hq husban isioyered JII < covered ered her unfaithful unfalthfuTness
ness n ess He H died later add the tll B gay V fcesa bextirifted
drifted d aweiv awe while the woman went from
lw bill d l to worse worseHer WO5eHer worseHer
Her accoinnliBhments made ma h her r an anp a aedal > s special
pecial p da1 favorite aorit amcci the people of th th1mlmCnd the theemimcnde
JemImond < d P Sli She conW sing Iag and pay pia t tniano t1
niano p with unusual ability Bnt after fii ttnruc J
drutr dru d ruc grew oa her sh she quickly qu 4ngn 4Jfcenpr 4Jfcenpra eener T Tated
ated a ted until today she te worse than an anoutcast artutcast 11 11out
outcast outcastOace out o utcastOnce ast
I Once Onc > during her life Jlt In Salt Lake Jai Jaip Jaiteimball >
Kimball K imball had her pader vhlg his superrfslor supervfsierust
Just T ust about a > out that time Dr Harvey Harve wh w > > > t tad
had h ad been experimenting with some kinl kinlof kIp kIpot I
of o f a root on the bank of the Colors H i iriver
river r discovered that It had nrtHwrti s swhleh =
whleh wbl w wf hieb h would cure the drug habit He tn frforme ittormed
formed1 forme f Mr Kimball of thle fact act a l lasked 1askCd l lsked
asked a sked him if he would not try it on ta taPrisoners t
Prisoners p This Mr Kimball promised tj f fdo too
do d o and as Ray showed up fn n Jail at tha th
time t he began on her and seven others othprsThe othersThe
The result was wa that all were dtochargr dl 1 1as 1s
as a s cured cur > lj At the th time Ray Clifford wn wnreleased wti wtieleased
released r th the picture shown In the out It wr wtf weaken <
taken t A few iays after she Jot out tw twcharitably tv >
charitably c Inclined woi 0nHn M n took her h r f ftheir II >
their t homes and tried trt to make soraethiir soraethiiref sOlRetbilor
ef o f her again just out of memory for forold h hold
old o id life For a short time she sh < could h hseen e < I IR
seen R en driving > around RorQun in their th 1r carrfaisee ant antookinc
looUlne l like > what s lh4 he h really was bof bcfre bcfreier frq frqtel r rer >
4 tel er fall fal1fl a lady lad She had come to > hr hrown h hown hwn
own o wn again But it did not last lone lon ST STwent Snt Sntent Jo Jowent
went w ent back to the drut drug and today Is rJy 1 rI rIanging I
hancing han b lng on in life 11 < till death relieves her herJailer hl hlTll1er hetTaller
Jailer Kimball tells a story about hf hfwhen h hwhen hc hcwhen
when she was IH the Jail under the Infix infiuance Infllonce Infixnce
once o nce of drugs Someone sent her two twooxes
boxes b oxes of strawberries strawberriesJailer strawberrletJane strawberriesJailer
Jailer she raid ur I hRveen b hwtreeneneies ve nflnlf mh p out outside outside ¬
side s ide and I think that they tbe are trying to topoison ttpoison tome
poison me with those berries Now Ill Illgive T T II IIglvc
give g ive some of thenxXo that other old wr wrman Wfman wefl
man in fl there with me and If they dent d nt >
kill her why Ill try tt them them1 She P gv gvhe VP VPthe >
the t he berrJe herrletp to tj her cellroate lImate and the tb latt lattthrived 13ttthrived better betterhrived
thrived t under the food so Ray decided dectd1o
to t o eat the rest herself herselfLaxative hersllrPO herselfGRIP
PO POGRIP
GRIP COLDS COLDSLaxatlvc COLDSLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinine the world worlitwliE wonl4wide
wide Cold and Grip remedy Nrned rcrowi reI110 reI110the resnnvrthe
the t he cAuse Call for the full name an alllookfgr anti antiookfor < l
look lookfgr l f r signature of EL W V Grove 25i 25iMANY 25e 25MANY = 5 5MANY
e
MANY FRENCH PILGRIMS PilGRIMS13eatification PILGRIMSBeatification
Beatification of Famous French FrenchFarish FrenchParish
Parish Priest PriestRome PriestRomf PriestRome
Rome Jan S 8Th The beatification beatJfko tion of ortl ortlvenerable tfc the thevenerable
venerable Vleany Ytean < parish priest p of An AnFrance AnFrance ArFrance
France was as celebrated today in St Pr Prters Prers
ters t ers in the presence of 1M9 French pit pilgrims pitgnats
grixns gnats and several thousands of worship worshipers worshitera
ers oC other nationalities an4 In the pr prence ro roenee rea reaeuce
ence of Po Poe > e Plus X X twentytwo car ¬
dinals and the papal court Tb The eeremoTv eeremoTvwas ceremorrendered emon emonwas
was rendered renderedotberwiso otherwise notable by It the a atendance HtondaDee atendaace
tendance of the Duke of f Genoa brother brotherof brothpof brotherof
of Dowager Dowa er Queen > larghertta targh rtta th
Duchess of o Genoa and her a on ofl T Princa Prin
Ldlne who were recognised by b the prl private pnivate
vate chamberlain to the pope JH pe Francis Fran < is
McNutt of Washinct V8shin n D C and con
ducted to special seats ats Th They y knelt it i ithe ittthe
the passage while the pope made his pm proc pm pmcession
cession c sslon This Is the th first time that atom m atomhers m mbers
hers or the house of S8O Seroy have assist assistfat el elat
at a religious reU lous function lnthe I he presence rT C1 C1the
the pope popeDISTINGUISHED popeDISTINGUISHED
o
DISTINGUISHED PARTY PARTYabington PARTYWaahington
Washington Jan 8 SThe The dispatch dispatchboat dlspatlhboat dispatchboat
boat Dolphin sailed from the navy yard yardtodaj yaadtoday aI aItod
today tod at neon with a distinguished distinguishedj distinguishedparty
party part bound for Hampton Roads for forthe forthe
the purpose of reviewing the vessels of 01the ofthe
the North Atlantic fleet tomorrow pre preparatc proparatcry
paratcry paratc to their participation In the thenaval thenaal thenaval
naval maneuvers In the Caribbean spa spalater SP SPlater sealater
later in the winter The party includ Included Included
ed Secretary Morton Admiral Dewey Dewt DeweyCaptain > Y YCaptain
Captain Swift of the general board and anILieutenant sectLieutenant
Lieutenant Commanders F L Chapin Chapinand Chapinand Chapiliand
and Spencer S Wood WoodBurnetts Woodc WoodBurnetts
c g gBurnetts
Burnetts Vanilla Extract Extractis
is the Ixsst 1Y t The grocers know It In Insist Insist Insist ¬
sist on having Burnetts It is for your yourfood yourtood yourPure
food Pure and 1d wholesome wholesomeONI wholesomeOc wholesomeONLY
ONI Oc ONLY Y SLIGHTLY DAMAGED DAMAGEDGloucester DAMAGEDGloueest4 DAbAGEDGloucester
Gloucester > r Mass 88 Jan S SThe The eighteen eighteenfoot eighteenfOOt > n nfoot
foot Norgewian lifeboat Uradd from fromAalosund fromAalQSand frontAslesetnd
Aalosund Norway which after fter an ad adveaCurous adventurous advenUroUs
venturous venUroUs voyage of six s X months stranded strandedin trandcdin
in coming up the harbor shortly after aftermidnight xftfTmidnight aftermidnight
midnight was floated this noon with only onlya oxtVa
a small hole in her outer fut skin She Shcw8S Shcw8Stow4 was wastowtd wastowed
towed > d to a local wharf and will prob probably rrobablr grobably ¬
ably go to Boston for repairs
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT
975 975Shirts
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