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make the result rE ult adverse to the party partyhaving partyhavlil partyhavhi
having havlil a majority in n both houses of ofcongress Ofoflfi f fongi
< congress ongi i Is it hot hot clear that some somemost somen105t somemost
most unpleasant unpl asaflt t strife trife would ould be occa occasioned occasloned ¬
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the right to refuse to count the Votes VotesThe VoteThe otce otcet t
The lawMjiLthes la9nt hawgn4heubJiicl efubj ubject t isplain ispl in It I Itsas Itsasthat says saysthat sa sathat
that all thevptes the thevotes tes must be in on Or be before b bfore ¬
fore the 23diday 2Jd 21d dny day of January Janua y next next fol following f01Ipwlng foLlowing ¬
lowing the election But it Is i also a o rea reasonable reasonable rcasonabla ¬
sonable to suppose that if the the election electionhad electionbad electionhad
had been at all close the missing mLssin votes voteswould voteswould voteswould
would have been filed long before the thespecified thetiI thesi
specified tiI i1Ied time At any rate the delin deliniuency delinquency deltaquency
quency < should prove Uove a lesson to the thestates thestatos thectato I
states involved and to all other states statesOur statesOur statesur
Our ur system vf u I electing a president and andyjoe aJulke L Lylee
yjoe ke president Ls f unwieldy enough at atbest albsst
best bfo > st TCo O more complications should be beadded bcndded beadded I
added to it itJAPS I IlAPS 1tJAPSPREVENT
1 MOST OST R1 REMARKABLE LUKABLE testimony testimon to totrie toL
L 1 trie tt a JltfmifKic r knowledge of sanlta sanltadisease sanitadI5UIC
t 11 disease prevention and the hand handling handling handlirig ¬
ling of dtgense dl dLt is found In the report is issued 186ued Issued ¬
sued on Feb T by b General Olra It Itt G Gget e eLet
get t < et forth torthtlLCt tliet ia General Okus army armyof arm armof armof
of 100000 soldiers there have been only onlyforty onlrrt onl
forty rt deaths dea ths from r > tndlsease disease This army armyhas armyhasheen F
has hasheen been in theflejd tilt fieJ since the 6th day dayof dayof da I
of last M Msy iV JThe hereport report covered only onlyti only onlytl onl onlt P
ti t > parted from Uiat time up to Dec 1 1but 1lutthc 1lut
but lutthc the rtsulta 1t ulta are such as lis to astonish astonisharmy astonishliJnw I Isumy
army surgeons throughout the world worldIt
It i not n t true blat that thre th re have been n nrasep ne neal rncase
case rasep al of disease in the Oku army arm There Therehave Iherehet S Shave
have het nt been 24642 1G cases ranging in se seliousneEfiall seIiongneS4til I IIiouSneEsall
liousneEfiall the way wa from mom an ordinary ordinarystomach ordiuarstomach I
stomach 8tom h ache caused by b overeating to totyptiold t ttyihOId I ItYJ
typtiold tYJ > 1 old fever fC r and bed bed But there therewere
were less than 200 cases of typhoid ind indthe iid iidthe n I Ithe
the beri ben never became a serious seriousmenace S Smenace 1 i imenace
menace Of diseases that oould be pre prevented prevented ¬ i ienod
vented there there have h C been be n very cr few cases casesOut j jOut jOut
Out of the total number only forty died diedns diedas
as stated 1S678 patients recovered 5609 5609were 9 9were 1 i ire
were re Invalided back to Japan and the thebalance thebaiance tb e ebalance
balance wore in the hospitals when the thereport thereport th e erepent
report was w s given out outA outA outA
A comparison comp rlson of these figures fl Ures with withthe withthe witithe 1
the figures ftg r 5 from the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericanwar Ii Iiwaris 1
waris war is altogether to the discredit of the theAmerican theAmerIcan th e eAmerican
American medical corps We find that thatfrorn thatflOI11 t tfrofli t
frorn the outbreak of hostilities on onApril onI onAprll oi n nApril I
April 20 O 189S to Oct 1 of the same sameyear 5atI1eyear e eyear >
year when hen the war may be said to tohave tohave t 0 0have
have been officially concluded the thedeaths thedeat1s th C Cdeaths
deaths from disease included SO officers officersand otr1cersand S Sand 3
and 248G enlisted men It is true that thative ths t twe
ive 0 had nada a total of 274717 men and offi officers ofttrers1n L Lcers1n ¬
cers rers1n In camp or In actualservice actual + erVlce but butthe butthe be it itthe
the japanso rate te so muoh lower that thatthere thatthere ths Lt Ltthere
there is hardly any comparison comparisonWhere compar comarhionWhere on onVh
Where Vh we lost Jost almost almost one man In Inevery incery i a aevery 1
every hundred the Japanese lost only onlyone onlyon oni y yonq
one on nian i 111 2500 2 W Our losses lossosfrom from dis disease q15case ci1 fr froaso ¬
ease tveferfar 1ere ar greater gtent r than our losses lossesin OMes OMesin is isIp 3
in battle Xo o comparison between bur burSpanish at ur urSpanish ir irSpanish r
Spanish war and the war between llus llusJK nuahc t ttia
JK hc and Japan in the number killed in inbattle Inbattlo n nbattio 1
battle its 1 possible but the fact remains remainsthat rcmo1nsthat Is Isthat 3
that the Japanese medical carps is pr prgoiiizod 01 01gunfzedo i iganlzodho
gunfzedo goiiizod BO as to make every every soldier soldi r fit fitfor f it itfoi fc
for 01 t 1e e wprH h 110 was Wl sent out to do dQto dQtotiJht to toGpht 3 0fight
fight GphtMaybe tiJhtMaybe fightMaybe
Maybe there Isnt as much politics in inthe Inthe n nthe 1
the Japanese army as in ours oursCONCEALED ourse oursCONCEALED oursCONCEALED
IN T N ASPECIAL SPECIAL MESSAGE to the theMissouri thel1sso ti Ic IcI e
I Missouri l1sso rl legislature Governor Folk Folkasked Folkasked Fol Lie Lieasked f
asked the other day for the immediate immediatepassage ImmedIatepassa1c to toig
passage of 031awta it a laAVLto make makethccarJfJn makethccarjvlrc > tliecarr r4us r4uso ig s
o c concealed COl1C lod d dQadl adlj woariojj woaij woaflqia a 99ny 99nyto piiy piiyto or ty tyto y
to befnunish bmunlshd d by a trrm in fl nfel II enj gr F a ahea a ateMiy nis
hea teMiy Lea fine or both Governor r Fbifejis Fb1k is s
entitled e to rank ra kas as a crime expjert expjrturing xp rL j I
During Duringhis D DIn uring his term as circuit clr ulF or Ofp OrprOZeCUt OrprOZeCUtg prosecut prosecuting se t ting
ing In g attorney in St Lojals Louis he had ample ampleopportunity
opportunity o to t ol inquireinto lnq ij li re rfnto nto the th e causes causesof caU5C5ot causesf
of o f criminal offences offencesWeight ofence6VeJght offencesWeight
Weight must therefore thcre ore be b attached attachedto tta hed hedto
to t o his statement that the practice of ofcarrying ofcarrying
c carrying concealed deadly weapons weaponscosts weaponseost15
c costs the state of Missouri 100000 every everyyear veryyear
year y ear That much at at least Is i paid out outin outIn
in h i criminal prosecutions that would not notbe notbe
be b e paid out if the deadly weapons were werenot wereot
not n ot Carried He says ihtit that th t threefourths threefourthsof
of o f all the crimes committed In St Louis Louislast Louislast
last la st year were ere due to the habit Gov Governor Governor
ernor e < Folk is no dreamer His record recordproves reCordproves
proves p roves that and it may safely be said saidthat saidthat
that t he h knows what he Is talking about aboutnow aboutnow
now n ow astonishing though thoU h his figures figuresmay figuremay
may m ay appear appearThe appe appearTWe r rThe
The laws in this state against carry carrying carrylng ¬
I ing ag concealed weapons wc pons are by no m mJans mJanssutrlclent1 ans anssufficiently
sufficiently sutrlclent1 s stringent stJInJ t A Salt Lake LakeCity Lake LakeCity
City C < ity ordinance ordln nae provides plold s that that those thosefound tbosefound
found f guilty of carrying concealed concealedweapons oncoalcdweapoM
i weapons w may may be fined in any miy sum not notexceeding notexceeding
exceeding e 50 This we believe Is the theonly theonly
only o nly legislation thore Is on the subject subjectThe subjectThe
T The T he penalty penalty1S Is 1 ridiculously r di uiouijly inadequate inadequateIn
In i i n Kentucky known far and ntl wide as asthe
the dark and an bloody there Is a state statelaw statelaw
law l aw on the subject The lowest penal penalty penalty
ty t y is a fine fineotnotq of not less l ssthair2 sthatr thair25 2 and a aterm aterm
f term t enni of not notlcss Icsa than ten t n days dn s in jail jailNote jailNote jailote
Note N ote that both fine andimpmsonuieut andimpmsonuieutmust tuid impniSonincut
must m ust be imposed imposedThat imposedThat
That law l w has done a if great bI at deal to toward loward
ward w ard breaking up pUepI5tt1 the pistbjrcurrying pistbjrcurryinghabit p1stckcurryIngabit urYllJJ urYllJJhabit
habit h abit in Kontucky A tt similar law lawwould lawwould
would w ould work wonders here No NOman man en ongaged engaged
gaged g in ordinary business busine pursuits purstlits1 no noreputable nQreputable noeputabie
reputable r respectable citizen has any anyjUefor anyuse
jUefor use u te fo or a pIstdhlA l1isto1 plsto1IrgrnajonIty lfargemajorityof lfargemajorityoftheccarriersare rg maiority vf O OtheCJrrlersare
theccarriersare t Xhugs hugsand uid toughs tau hs who wbob i iby
b by y virtue of the fact that they are arearmed 1 I I
armed arm iiever tle navSrui41taets r Jie4Itatetp JlQ3lta tp pijck pi k a qjiarjrel qjiarjrelfeeling q1arrelfeoling
feeling f suce surn t that t the th advantage adY nt e Still V1l1 1Il be betheirs beth
theirs th t helr4 helr4I t c 7 7Ifls C CIt <
It Ifls I is quite apparent to t2 us u that nddi nddiJtiortalSsftion n < ldi ldilio
JtiortalSsftion lio t 1oialsljion ai s1 oP alopg iJopg thislifiQiB this h iIi tjiq1ls Is i > ad adCOMPERE d
l y riEr dfnJth 1 ntTtlh j 1 1e
4 4I
lIT TlS T IS GREATLY to Tae he hoped that thatno thatno thatno
I no effort will be spared to have haveGeorge lu ve veGeorge
George G eorge Compere widely widcl wld ly known as an anentomologist anentomologIst
entomologist e come to lJtahVlth Cftah itah with a few fewjars rewjars fewars
jars j ars of his codlin moUe exterminator exterminatorMrCompere exterminatorlIr
MrCompere lIr Compere Is employed by by the iov iovermncnt jjov jjoveminent ov ovrmnent <
eminent e of western Australia but ut he heIs hes e e1s
Is I s now now in San Francisco preparing to toexterminate toexteJmlnate
exterminate exteJmlnate e the codlin moth m th in the or orchards orchards orhards ¬
chards c of California His work along alongthis alongthis alonghis
this t line in Australia was attended by bythe QYthe b bhe
the t he greatest success Thousands of ofacres ofacr ofcrOs
acres acr a crOs s of fruit trees that were infested infestedwith infestedwith
with this troublesome insect in5 ct were werecleared werecle wereleared
cleared cle c red of it and are now producing producingperfect producingpEue
perfect pEue p rfeet t fruit fruitMr fruittr
Mr tr Compere has bred bre an insect that thatpreys thatpre thatreyi
preys pre p s on Uie th thecodihiijn < jodliu oaUliitl jnoth th th vithQUt wttbQut doing doingany doingany
any any harm to the tree or the fruit It Is Isa Isa Isa
a wellknown fact that the moth has hasdonemany hasdone hasdone
donemany done many thousands of dollars worth worthof
of damage to Utah orchards orchars It not notonly notonly notonly I
only injures Jnj re the tree but bitt il renders the thefruit thefruit thefruit
fruit in many m ny cases riases unsalable and un unIcsita unIcsdlts
1 Icsita l ravtagesare rataG sare checked ahe ted the orchar orchardmight orcharmight orcharight I
might m ight as well be destroyed dQstro ed Utah Utahwould Utahwould Utahwould I
would have taken some pr vrJzes es ft will willbe willbe
be b remembered at the fruit fr t exhibit at atthe atthe t tLhe
the national natlo l irrigation rlg tlo congress e < ngross held eld in inOgden InOgden InOgden
Ogden in 1903 If the theeodUn codlln moth had hadnot hadnot
not Interfered InterferedIn
In The Herald of yesterday it was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced that Uiat an effort would be made madeto madeto
to bring Mr 11 Compere to this state If Ifhe Ifhe IIcan
> he can be brought brought here there is little littledoubt littledoubt
doubt but that he will be able to ac accomplish accomplb3h ¬
complish a aprGat groat rat work io woic The Th fruit grow growers grovens ¬
ers e should if it becomes necessary necessarycontribute necessar necessarycontribute
contribute a sum sufficient to pay p his hisexpenses hhCXPOISttS
expenses fX1On e3 and nd a liberalsalary for all allthetime al althe
thetime the time he spends in the state H Hwill He Hewill Hewill
will according to all accounts accoun s be bemorc bemorctbnJl more morethan rnoithau
than worth all he costs costsBECKWITH costsJ costsBECKWITH
THE T1E HE GRAY HAIRSof C T Back BackI Buckwith
I with president of oJ the defunct Citi Citizens Citizens CItIzens ¬
zens National Natl nal bank of a Oberlin 0 have havegone hav havsonc havegone
gone down in sorrow sorrowto to the grave graveThere gn1eThere graveThere
There Willbe Will rill be no gibes now at Beck Beckwith Beckwith eclt ecltwith
with Thttvhumorist Th Thahumonist bumorlst of the daily news newspaper nespaper newspaper ¬
paper will poke no more f fun un at thi thta old oldman oldmaqHe ohinca
man maqHe Hc is dead of a broken heart heartSwrtftly heartSwiftly heartSwiftly
Swiftly dd retribution come to Beck Beckwith Beckwith Beckwith
with He erred grievously but he paid paidthe paidthe paicthe
the penalty We vri believe that that even eventhose eventhose I Ithose
those who suffered most m st heavily by his hiserror hiserror h S Serror
error will cease their condemnation of ofhim ofhim o f fhim
him now But tha t will make mai e little Ilt le dif difference difference ditference ¬
ference to him His ears aredulled aredulledboth are dulled dulledbotb I Iboth
both to censure and to sympathy sympathyAnd sympathyAnd
And Mrs Cas Cassie fr > T L nhnrivMr ChadviCk Chadick ulur ulurdtred murdcred > iir iirdcred
dcred C T Beckwlth us surely as if Itshe I f ftille
sne she had fired a bullet through his hI brain brainThe brainThe
The woman tempted me and I did didsin dii I Isin I
sin is a story as old as this gray old oldworld oldorld oh ohworld
world orld In this case ca though there is Iss I S Ssome
some s me justification justJIfi < ratfon of the plea iea Others Othersof S Sof
of o stronger character than this
gray grayhaired grayhaired ray rayhaired
haired banker vere tempted by Mrs MrsGhadwick MrsGhadwlck MrtChadwick
Ghadwick and fel tehi We would not place placea e ea
a straw of blame qn Q innocent shoulders shouldersb shouIdcibut
but b t a large I ie pact of of the tbcbhimc blame in the theBeckwlth theBeckwith th C CBeckwith
Beckwith case was the womans He Hecould H C Ccould
could not resist her importunities importunitiesIt
It is It easy y for some someot o us to say ay that thatBeekvuth thateCk tha thaeclcaih
Beekvuth eCk eclcaih th was wa > criminally cnimtnalJYcarelcas careless relcss that thathe the theh hat hathe
he h should have investigatedmore invest1 Investigated ated more close closely clOsoly r rly
ly the 4fseouritles presented to him by byMrs b 3t 3tMrs
Mrs Chadwlck that he should have haveknown naveknowJi Iv C Cknown
known knowJi for Cor himself blm elf that he was lending lendingmoney leJldlngmonei Ieutjin g gmoney
money monei on unimpeachable unlJ1u > a < h ble collateral collateralBut collateralBut 1 1But
But have you heard anybody r who was wasapproached wasppro we 5 5appro
approached ppro c chcd cd by Mrs Irs Cliadwlclt C1i ddwftk 11 1t acous acousing aCQus aCQusingBcckwith acQutIng
ing ingBcckwith Beckwith Not Notonc one AH admit the thewonderCuI th a awonderful
wonderful hypnotic powerof power t the wo woman woman wcman
man all say Jit It t was almost lmo t Impossible Impossibleto e eto
to resist her And nd some sOmo of tle men menwho tue n nwho
who were rngst severe on Beckwlth Beckwithhave h hhave
have in their th lrtIme time dope dO e things equally equallyu equal 1 1a
u ai foolish as ash a lie when whe I he e ruined rufne his l1 hi La Labank s sbmk
bank forher for her herThe herThe
The evil that men do lives after afterthorn afterthom afte r rthem
thorn the good is often of ton interred with wit withtheir 12 12their
their bones wrote Shakespeare Beck Beckwtths Beeiwt1t
wjths wt1t iohg foh years yetlrs of 9 f usefulness use qlnos and andhonor pn pnhonor 4 4honor
honor will be forgotten He will Jll only onlybe on nly 1 1be
be remembered as the miserable dupe dupeof dupeof dur C Cof
of the most remarkable woman crimi criminal criminal I Inal ¬
nal of 0 this generation His children childrenand ehJldrciand It Itand i
and and his hd childrens children will 1m bear tho thoburden thoburden U 10 10burden
burden of his wrongdoing but we shall shallalwa3s she Ii Iialways i
always believe billcC he ro was tyt qs more moye Jor sjnncd lnncdaga1nst Inuc Inucagainst a
against than sinning sinningA
A federation of QCtaUQJS tailors unions is 45talked a s stalke
talked ot According Aceo rdInS tq q 4Umehonor timehonored mel1pnOr9d mel1pnOr9drecad 4 4trccadiit rt 1
prccadent recad rit It should taRe at least nine nl nil IC ICof e eI
I of thjpni 1tnltomakc bont to make one on real ca1 federation
1 j > Se o t ty 1 1lIrs
Mrs Clinton B Leigh received a anumber anumber aumber
number n of friends informally yester yesteray ¬
day d ay afternodn fiorno nto to meet her auutMrs auutMrsJennJe aun aunt Mrs MrsJennie Mrsennle
Jennie J Jh Pointer Moorman who ho is to be beer
her h er guest for a time The parlors were
filled fi lled with calleradurlng callers wlng the afternoon afternoonMrs atternoonMrs afternoonrs
Mrs M rs Leigh was assisted < t by her sister s ter
Miss M iss Margaret Ponter PonterMrs PoJnterit PonterMrs
it it11rs
Mrs Ellsworth Daggett entertained entertainedyesterday entertain entertainedesterday d dyesterday
yesterday Y YB at a breakfast r akrast for MrS Mrs1Benjamin Mf Mfenjamin
Benjamin B Gallacher of Omaha who whovisiting
Is visiting her sister Mrs W V S Mc Mcornick
Cornick C The decorations were all in ingreen InSTeen Inreen
green g gb reen and yellow narcissus and ferns fernsbeing ternsbeing fernseing
being b used The gusts gu gts who whoered num ¬
bered b ered fourteen played a few games oC o
bridge b after the breakfast breakfastMr breukfatMr
Mr and Mrs W V W 1r Riter enter enteramed ¬
tained t a t party of friends at a dinner dinn dinnst
last la st evening In honor of the birthday birthd y
of o oE f their oldest daughter Miss M s Elsie
Rlter Rit E ltOn r The guests numbering thirtyj thLrty thLrtyere
were w ere seated at one on < long table vvhloh vvhlohwas whluhas J Jwas
w was as decorated entirely in STjiHax and andutterfly
bb butterfly butterf b bows of pale pink baby rib riban ¬
bon b an The candelabra held pink pinkcandles pinkcandles pinkandles
candles c and place > lnce cards of French Frenchgures
figures fi gures were wer at each place placeMrs place4it placeMrs
it itMrs
Mrs John C Cutler entertained the theomans
Womans W omans Republican club at her home homeyesterday homeeterday
yesterday y cfterdny afternoon a ternoon Besides Besides the usual usualround usualround usualound
round r rm of business und social enjoy ¬
ment m eat some Vocal numbers were non ¬
dered d ered by Mies Agatha Berkhoal Berkhoalo BerkhoalMrs
i 0 > 0Mrs
Mrs Mosc Kirkpntriek lt entertains a
few f ew friends at bridge at the home of
Mrs M rs John A Marshall tomorrow after afternoon uttcrnoon ¬
noon n oon
9 9Mrs it itMrs
Mrs George M Downey gives Ivos n aridge
bridge b party Thursday afternoon at tt tther tthet
her h er home homeMrs nome1lrs
Mrs H A Whitney entertains at atbridge
bridge b nide Friday afternoon of this wek wekas wetas I
as a s Avcll as a nbst week weekMr weekif
Mr 11 ahd Mrs Fred Earls will leave leavethe laanthe heavehe
th the t he latter part ot the weekfor week for iShelr
hoine h oipe in Denver after having spent spentsome pcr t tsome
some s time in the city with Mr and andMrs andllrs
Mrs M rs A E Welby WelbyMrs Velbyi
i r rMrs
Mrs H A Whitney and Mrs lrs B A AaicMillen
aicMillen l M > have both issued i 5ued invitations invitationsfor
for f or afternoon parties to be given a aweek aweek
week w eek from fr m today todayi todayMrs
Mrs > i George Sutherland SJ1t er and will be at
home h hn ome Wednesdays dnesdays in February at her hernew he
new n ew home 368 First street streetLawrence 1
Lawrence LaWl ence Fox fox ox who has been the theguest theguest theuest
guest g gl uest of Mr and Mrs R A i Keyes Keyesleft Keyesleft
left l Sunday SUlid for a visit with his par parents ¬
ents e nts in San Francisco FranciscoS
4 4S I
S A King Kin of Provo is spending a afew afew aew
few f ew days Inthe In the city cityW cityw
it itY
W Y P Noble Miss Mayme Noble and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Robert Gould Smith left yester yesterday yesteray cster csterday ¬
day d ay morning for a stay of several severalmonths severalonths severalmonths
months onths in California CaliforniaInvitations CaliforniaC CaliforniaInvitations It I I
Invitations have been issued for the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage of Miss Kate Reese and andAlfred andAlfred andAlfred
Alfred J J Solomon which will take takeplace takelace I
place p pt lace next Thursday at the home pf pfthe prthe pfhe
the t he brides sister Mrs E J Solomon SolomonThe SolomonThe I
The meeting of the tourist section of ofthe orthe ofhe I
the t he Ladles Literary club which was to tohavebeen tohavebeen toave
havebeen h ave been held this morning has been beenpostponed beenpostpot
postponed postpot d for two weeks on account of ofillness otlllness ofllness
illness I of one of the t e topic givers giversThe giversThe giversThe
The Cleofan Cleof n meets today toda with Mrs MrsW MrsW Mrsw
W H Booth SiC First street The Theclub Thedub Thehub
club c hub will begin the study stud of Henry
The Wasatoh Literary Circle meets meetstoday meetsoday
toda today t with Mrs Williams Mrs lrs Oliver Oliverwill Oliverwill
will ill review Tales Ta sf of a Waysides Inp InpMr r1 IrnMr
Mr and Mrs II L Miller are home homeafter homeatter borneafter
after a lengthy stay In San Francisco FranciscoMiss Franciscoit
it itIss
Miss Iss Edith Maguire is now at home homewith homewith homewith
with Mrs R C Cordell Eli Eighth EighthEast EighthEast EighthEast
East street streetMr streetMr streetMr
Mr and Mrs W v Scott Cri Crllil11on mon are arenow arenow arenow
now at home to their friends at 38 38Fourth 38Fourth 38Fourth
Fourth East street streetMrs streetMrs
it itMrs
Mrs A TEfcMcekPf W Ztcekot Qgden is In the thecity thecity thecity
city the guest uest of her sister Mrs l11sB M MB MB
B Whitney WhitneyMr VhitncyMr
ca a aMr
Mr and 1oIrs MrS Irs J W V Langley are set settled settled settIed ¬
tled in their apartments l > nrtments In the th Emery Emer EmerH01mes
Holmes HolmesMiss H01mesMiss HolmesMiss
Miss ZannJe Cannon of Ogden is isvisiting i5Ylsftjn isvisiting
visiting Ylsftjn In the hc city cityMiss cft cft111ss citya
a a w
Miss Iiss Margaret 1I rgnret Kennedy Kenned will leave leavetoday Icactoday heavetoday t
today r for fora ri a business 1 slness trip to New ew York Yorkand Yorltand Yorhand
and a Visit 15it to t tOjji Jl her r home homeA homat
at atA
A masquerade maiqa rade ball will be given next nextThursday nextThursday nextThursday
Thursday evening In Woodman hall hallFirst hallFirst hallFirst
First South and Main streets by the theModern theModern theModern
Modern Woodmen of America AmericaThe An1ericaThe Americaa AmericaTue
The ball to be given Jven by the Council Councilof I Iof
of o Jewish Women will be held at atChris atChristensens atChristensens
Chris Christensens tensens hall this evening eveningTHE eveningTHE eveningTHE
Now York Press PressIf Presswant
If you ou want ant to know how It feels to be b
lost In New ew York Just ask me said the
man of experience 1 know I ow Ive been
lost myself m sel It happened the very first
day da 1 struck tho town That t was several severs I
years arS ago when I hadnt a 5cent piece to te
my m name iiam and but little more sense than
money I reached Now York in that con
dition and an as a matter mattcroC of necessity neces Jt I
at once made an effort to get something
to do The I e first tJt t person I spoke to about
work stood Just outside the ferry house
where I had come in with a placard on onf or
his back cl informing the public where r ti to
go forxhe f best coffee 5e in town fo This 1Y man J
had a genial happygolucky face which
Inspired me with confidence and made
me feel safer in addressing him than any an
of ° f the more prosperous bolting ooldns people
who had come o over er on tho ferry with me
Ho Io stopped promenading while I talked
and an listened Ilst ned attentively
Strapped is It he said when I had har
finished I 1d and n nwQnt want something omethln to do doYell doT
I said I did didWell didWe1L d
Well said he h you OU can tell by look
Ing at me that I aint no employment
agency but if I YOu youv not ot down to ti bed
rook rookancLaro andaro andarowIlUng willing to take tak anything
that comes along 1 guess ue > 8 I can help you yo yoa yoia
a little 1ItI > Come around to our place with
me about V 12 oclock oc1o k Maybe > 1 can get you ou
a Job at carrying a banner
I was so green in those days that I
didnt know what carrying the th banner
meant However my friend explained dxplaiuecland x1RIt1 d
and at noon 1 lac accompanied ompnnl d him to head ¬
quarters Quart rsI I had no trouble In getting a
job The managers rigged me out In ii
togs more trul truly rural than those I already airead aireadwore
wore and sent me out to a afrortlsc ortlse a a1rand
brand if cigars by pretending to be lost los
In New York Yorkily Yorkly YorkMy >
ily ly territory extended from rom Fourteenth Jj urtecnth h
street str et north on Broadway and a d Fifth five avtDue
nue Stranger though I was I found my mytired n V
wa way p jioTe nU rfght It was when I1fot I
tired ffnd wanted to head toward the of
lS r lice c that my ptrouble trou trcutlo les began I dldnlt dida idnt
lt1i kliOawhIChi KUOw W whfclf Melt way to go and for the life lifeqf lite liteof ii C Cof
qf of me I couldnt jjet get anybody to tell me meto m <
All the afternoon I Jllld been I stoppiu > tOpp1 g
neoplc as a part of the game and asked
to be directed to a certain spot and andwhen andwben an anwhen
when It came caee to the bo point ojC wanting In I ¬
formation vln dqild dcl earno earnqt t overvbody very body r
thought I rvras illS still guying gu lng and refused d
to to1 b > 9 takonIn t taken koJl In The more m ra impassioned I
mado my appeal the more confident the theand iii iiipeople
p people < oplc became that IwaJ I was 1 acting a part par
and many of them stopped to compll romp t
meatmo mcnt mo ou onmy my Ij artistic arUUcrendldon rendition of my m
new role Even Ev n tho policeman pollc man < was wasstruck wasstruck we westruck
struck strucktob struckyo1
struckPrSX yo1 PrSX e It gp P0 d one MlTfenk nil right hO said
If l I didn t know Juro bettor Id take tlee you for forsurecp9ught k iIsur
sureenough sur < < UJh Jay and help help1oU you out outI outbmkt
I broke down then rhenanDtold n nnUtoId nil told the fellovv fellovvmy rello rellomv f1lomy
my true story stor but Its only effect tect was to toI t
I belghten bfightlQ his 1t1 ekoptlclpm tpUclfllJ1 and raise his opin oplnlion
lion ion of my ability asf an actor Finally Final Finalnightiame
night nightiame camo n tl ohftnd Q lRt1d I wat n still lost in N NfW Net NetYork tv
York tired tl d cold c le and hungry and clad cia
In those outlandish garments that gave gavethe gacthe ga gathe
the lie to every honest attempt I made maci Ic
to t lcan letir3thewa tfte way wAybncJ bacK to headquarterand bea headquarter quartora quartoraanil
and Impelled Imn llcd the few people that did cOft cOftsend cOt
descendtoQnllghtan descend to onlightart tile 10 maUcloQ81 maUcloQ81nd rnaltctoarcisend
send nd irite Jn J tho th wrong direction At lasjt II kv t
I despair overtook me m and I sat down in InthlY I
the doorway of a banking institution and andSTOnn an a agreanqd
groanqd STOnn d In my m my mlsei misery
I f l Im iSflast QSt Im l lOfttfKI l t E cried C dc1iJ In II a 0 Uoe4oodhaVenS laud laudt J lUt1I
Ioe oe4oodhaVenS ood hplvens C3t oapt PCQplbstnt neopp st stThe
hM t irjftn logtr
n ol v y I
The cabman wlio o bad iia41ust ad juat ust driven up u Ii
11I1 r
rn rnThe
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the he largest 0 01iii MSmost and I1Q most beautiful keautiM3iile beautifulline eautifll l
< 3iile 1iii line of of valentiaes valent hes Iyershown ever v shown in Salt Saltlake SaltI
J I lake will be on sale saleat at KeithOBriens KeithOBriensbeginning KeitllOBriellst
t V beginning Tuesday Prices ill muchlower much mueiflower lltlf lltlfl
l lower wer than you will expect to pay p t
± 1
to t o the lheeurb curb heard hC8rt1n0 mo and laughed but buttho I
tho t he wom woman m who had ha got out ot the cab cnblIidn
did lIidn d id jjHj ptc Jaiigh She stepped up to th thdoorway the theoorway
doorway do d oorway rwuy and looked down at me pity
iURly Jn li tahy ly v vOhthe I
Ohthe rhi the poor po r follow she l1e said 1 do doelieve
believe b he is really lost lostThe lostl1ho lostiito
The man that was Va with her drew row her i
buck b ack
buckDont Dont bother with him he said m d Hes Hesonly Hcsf ilegnly I
only f o > nl nly fooling you ou Thats That Just a part of his hisgame hl hlame
game G gU ame m < > Cant you see ee that ho Is dressed dressedup dres dreasCUI ed
up UI U I to represent u Rube Rubei
i I t stood ui up > and faced the couple with withi with5ornothing withomething I
i eomotliinf s like a death rattle in my m
thrant t Thafs all right ri ht I said 1 do do10Qk doook
logk l like a Rube but I bill a i darned darnedi
i Sight f31 igllt 1t more like one than I look Fm a a aWy
1 jpy In fart as S well as In name Im lost losttell
1 i tell you U 1 know where 1 want to go gout I Ibut
but b ut I dont know howto < get there ityoull itoull it I Ioull
ym youll y oull only be kind enough CJJou h to show showmo showe showAnd I
mo 111 e I
And then I broke down again The Thewoman Thewoman Theoman
woman w oman bless her sweet soul beamed beamedwith beamedwith
with w Ith sympathy mpath Oh Jim she said he heis hes
is i s telling t to1lln llIn the truth He is lost I urn amgoing urnolng urnoIng I
going g tosend to send him to towherever wherever he wants wantsto wantso I Ito
to t o so soAnd goAnd i iAnd
tp And she did it too at her own cxr cxrpenae ex cxense i ipense
penae p ense The rest of the fellows at banner bannerheadquarters bannerheadqUlrters bannereadquarters
headquarters h nearly had a s fit when they theysaw the theyaw i isaw
saw s me drive up in that swell turnout turnoutThey turnoutThey i
They The only wormed part of the story star out outof outf I
of o f me rnehowcver however for the next n xt day 1 1uthat 1JSutebat
uthat But that doesnt mutter I only want wantto wanto 1 1to
to t o say ta that I have been lost in New York Yorkand orhe orhend I Iand
and a nd know how it goes goesPointed goesPointed i
a 1
Pointed Paragraphs ParagraphsChicago ParagraphzChicago ParagraphsChicago
Chicago News NewsA es I IA
A fool naturally thinks all other men menare m menare n I
are foolish foolishOur foolishOur foolishOur
Our best opportunities are of the thehomemade the1 the1omemade thehomemade
homemade variety varietyA I
A A womans face Isnt always as bad badas badas badas
as it Is painted paintedEducation paintedEducatIon
Education gives women more words wordsto I
to use In talking J
Any fool knows what he would do dowere dowere dowere I
were he in your ottr place placeA pla e I IA
A mans Idea of a a sillj sihhyoman woman oman 1 ltat ltatwho pnfe pnfewho onf1 onf1who
who loughs at some other fellows fellowsjokes fellowsokes i ijDkes
jokes jokesIts J okes okesits i
Its an easy matter to pOse as a re reformer retonner reformer ¬
former as long as you oou ard ar out of ol o otic oticWhen ice iceWhen lceYhen
When might makesjrghtxthe Juakes rshvthc job is isnever Isnever Icnever
never satisfactory to all ll parties con concerned concerned conceniled ¬
cerned cernedA
A girl II Is anxious to be be given in mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage and amIl a woman Is glad if she Isnt Isntsold Isntsold isntsold
sold soldThe
The upper dog Is willing to take taketl1 taketl1b the thebpno t tb9ne
bpno b uc and let the under un Qr dog have ha c the thesympathy t1i t1is thEsympathy
sympathy sympathyA s mpath mpathA
A A man would rather rathcrgive give up when he heknows heknows hekIlows
knows lies right than when he knows knowshes knowshes knowshOa
hes wrong wrongLove wrongLove ronS ronSLove
Love is isblind blind Thats why a man in inlove inlo inloe
love lo < els is Is unable to distinguish between betweenan behveean
an angel and a goose SQOSCTlhe SQOseUhe goosehie
Tlhe hie man who has to wait on himself himselfat
at bom is the first to kick about the theservice theservice theservice
service at a firstclass hotel hotelSleep hotelSleep hotelSleep
Sleep Is said to be a great beautifier beautifierOf
Of course this doesnt apply to the mis misguided
guided individual whois wh01sput put to sleep in inthe inthe
the prize ring j jReflections
6 6flectos
Reflections flectos orfaMiachelor orfaMiachelorNew ofa o14BachcIor o14BachcIorNesv achclor achclorNew
New Yoriiferess Yor yor1tressWe r 5s y yWe yVcar
We Vcar arewriling wi ltng to toefeithI > eforht t rin eVer eorith1rlg eorith1rlgwe eerIng eerIngwe hins hinswe
we are rcout out of ofA t j t tA
A womanlaughs to n laughs toprove o1tirQ eshe she ii l I1buiit I1buiitandCnIet0 J1iUt1l J1iUt1landerleSJo hu t tundcriesto
undcriesto anderleSJo prove she shesnt snt T rA r c cA
A ivomajj orri o iaj can be ver V3 > cold to a aehe riah riahshe ri riSI t <
she h thjnk t nl likes ned rc ljair hair when hers hersisnt nersn heisitnt
isnt isntIt n t
It is 1 easier c ler to do d Y ii athlng thing thh you dont dontwant don i iwant
want to do than no not to p do a athmg a thing you youwant 011 011want ot1want I
t tNo
want to to do doXo d dpNo
No matter how coloVa COI cold t girls irr5 nose is I on onhow ona ora
a sle slelhi h ride it Is 5 tktioua J s how warm warmher warmber warnthor
her Hp3 keep keepWhen rJT rJTWhen pe peWhen
When awoman 8 woman admltsthat an affair affairshe affairshe
she is in with a a man is dangerous she shemeans sh shmeans i
means for him himA himAWl himA
A AWl A w woman < cman mtmaIwnys always hag ha an ar idea she cango can cargo an ango
go so far and no farther even after she shehas shehas shebaa
has gone farther fartherA
A woman woman would rather be a nobody nobodyand nobodyand rtoboe1 rtoboe1and
and liave people talk about it than thansomebody thanso tharsomebody
somebody so eb d and have them not talk talkNEXT talkMJ talkMLA
In a series of Interpretative Recitals RecitalsFOR RecitalsFOR ReCitalsFOR
Thursday February FebruarysSpecial 9 9Sl 9Special
Special Sl clnl Matinee Saturday SaturdaySeason SaturdaSeason SaturdaYSeason
Season tickets good tor the thcserles series Sin Single Single Singte ¬
gle admission DOe S0cBARRtTT 1 DOeBARRATTHALLBPM > Oc Oct3ARR
Kirk La Shellea Magnificent Produc Production ProducU011 Production ¬
tion of Augustus Thomas Crown Crowning1 Crowl1Ing Crowning ¬
Ing Comedy Come Creation CreationPAWTICKET CreationTU CreationIIIARtOi
With the Celebrated CelebratedEnglish rnehebratedEnglish lebratedEngUsh
English Comedian ComedianSupported CmedlanLA ComedianLAWRANCE
Supported SUPP mcd ted by the Original New York YorkmplIn Yorkompany
GJjbmpany GJjbmpanyPRiqiSS ompany ompanyo mplIn mplInPRICES
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There is shown shownnlso also full lines of new newstyles ne nestyles nenstyles
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The response I spons spo s yesterday est rday was magnificent Buying B ying be b bcgan gaQ an early eaiIyand Ea earlyand ly lyand
and the department dep rtment was taxed to its capacity long before bef reI noon noonThe noonThe oon oonj
j The rush continued throughout the afternoon The Th ladies were weredelighted wereI wercdelighted
I delighted with ith the lingerie lingerieand and the prices which were lower than thantljey thanthey thant1ey
they expected considering the high character c cjracter acter of the undermus undermusHAlf undermuslins underrunslins
lins linsa
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Teeth Extracted 25c I 1500 Sets of Teeth
100 Filling r 50c I Strictly the Best 750 750Teeth 750Teth 750Teeth
Teeth extracted filled fi1ll > d or crowned positively without pain VVa 0 removeS removtlive texnOVElive removeSlive
live nerves positively without pain palpln In two minutes Our work stands stan s the test testIs t testis st stJs
Is neat anl uptodate Examinations free Ground floor floorDR floorDR
50 Es East st 3rd South SouthBelt
Belt Phone 76 Ind Phone Ph nl1 MO MOHUGH 910I 910IAAfDrR DOc
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168 South Main St Salt I Lake ke City Cityp
p o Bos BO 977 Telepbone 195 195Fire I
Fire Life and Accident AccidentAlliance AccdenAetna
Aetna of Hartford 814948520 14949520Firetnan 1494952 lo
Firetnan Fund of C Caiforuia on a 4 4 5202587 5202587AlliftDce 52O25 17
Alliance of England Englandnorthern 4 52686133 52686 5268C13Northern 133 133Northern 13
northern of ofEnglnnd England Englandyyanklia 30729495 30729495lU1kl 3O72O4iankim
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t Greatest in Heat Units Unit Small Smallest Smalleat 4 +
4 + est per cent Ash and Impurities Impuritiest ImpuritiesAlways +
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Y1ll t tell ll you that a cus customer customer
tomer uslDl uslDlPeery usthgreery
Peery Bros BrosWheat jI jIWheat
Wheat flakes flakesca1lt
ca1lt e1it be InducCd to trr
iooJ11othh something bJust just as good goodIlard j jnavc
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In Effect Oct 9th 1904 1804LI 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE
Xo 06 6 for lr Denver and East EastSSO S50AM AM
No No2 2 for Denver and East Eut315 3J5PM PlL
No rjo 4 for Denver and East East05 Q5 pat P
N Jo U 11 for or Ogden Og en and local polnts685 1 > PM
No 10 for Heber Provo and
Marysvalo iarYsal h SOOAM SOOAMo 5J eo A L
ltrno o 08 sror 8 for Provo and Eureka Eureka5O 500 PM
10 obror ob for Ogden and W Vestll4G st 11 < OPM P PM M
> o p 1 for Ogden and West l4SPi I1 PM
J r o 5 for Ogden O den and TVetst West1C ttt 1036 AM
No o 102 for Park City 315 15 AM Ardo M M2o
2o o 112 for BiDGham81tAAL THnrhom Olfl A t tl
No 0 l h for Biggham 3001 3001ABKIVB 3001M 3001MARRIVE PM PMAIIVB
No o 12 from Olden and local localpoints localo localpoints
points pointss S5 AM
No o 5 from rggt Denver n r and i d Eastl East sti W l AM
1101 io 01 I from Denver tnd Bast Eastl 1 PM
No S from Denver and East ilrWiVU 13 1 PM l > M
ISO 0 I 9 > from Heber Provo and
Marysvale eiWP 6 650PM O PI al
Jo No6 No 6 from Ogdon 4lnd nd West4O Vost 06 840 1Q AM AMo A L Lo
> > o 2 from rom Ogden and West WKIei 5 PM Pltc
c c 4 from Ogden O den and West 755PA1 55P PM
AO No7 7 from Eureka and an < Pravol PnwolftOO 00 AM AMJo
No o 181 from Park L1
NolU No Jo liarrom Hi rom Bingham Dlngham10WAM 10 0 AM AMo M
No > o us Uifrom from BJnslwim 54 iPM iPMPERFECT 4 Pil PilPEBPECT FMPEBPECT
All 11 trains except o CCPt Nos os 1 to 6 st stet 9 at
Intermediate uoints
Ticket office L Looly Jool > ooly Black Phon Phone 205 2O
r San Pedro Los LosR LosAngeles
Angeles An Salt lake lakeR
Fr From m OresoB Short Line Dopot Salt Lake LakeForjrovo
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cur o r Nephi sla and Sanpete Valley VaH 9an
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points pointsFor OUtfU a Ul UlFor inFor
For Garfield Beach Too i iand
Stockton Mammoth Eureka
and Silver City CltrFor 145 tta ttaFor a m
For Provo American Fork JL La
hi big Juab aitltard Friecj Ca fl
Monte and interm Intermediate diat oiat > otutABRLVE uua 60 U UAERLVE P Pm n m m mABK
From Provo American Fork
Lehl Juab MilJorl Frlacc Frbcct
Calientc t and d Intermediate narmedlatcpoints t Q1Z
points pointsFront 74D a a Ul UlFrom mFrom
From Provo LObE Fairfield FalrfieMMercur FalrtlpldMercur FairfieldMercur
Mercur and Sanpete Valley C5C
Railway Ra1a Joints 3OD 535 53 p Pm m ffl fflFroin
From Sliver City Mjinnioth MjinniothKureka MsrnmothEureka Mwu 1Oh 1OhBureka
Eureka Stockton Tooclc audCor
111535 tn
Garfield Beach BeachDall BeachDaily 3JD P PDaily Pm
Daily Dall DallDally
Daily Pullman Buffet SleepIng Car Carservice Carservice CarService
service between Salt Lake City and Mil Millord Niiford tn tnford
ford Modena and Caliente CalienteDirect CaUenteDirect CaltenteDirect
Direct stage connections onn t1ons for all 311 mining
districts In southern Utah and IvovadaCity Ivovada No13daCft ovadaCity
City Cft Ticket Office SOI 01 Main Street StreetTelephone StreetTelephone StreetTelephone
Telephone SO SOE 5O 5OE 0 0E
E W GILLETT Gen Paste PM Agt AstJ AgtJL
J JL J L MOORE District Passenger Passc Qr Agent AgentTime AgentTirn ent entTime
Time Table TableIN
DEC 4th 1904 1904ARRIVE 1904ARRIVE 1904ARRIVE
From Ogden Portland Butte BwttcLouis
San Francisco Chicago St
Louis Omaha and Denver Den DenverFrom r rFroin u uFrom am
From Ogden and Intermediate intermediatepoints n
points pointsIfromOgden pointsXlrotn 920 a a pi piHrom
Hrom IfromOgden Ogden Cache Valley VaUe and Ilqq
Intermediate I points polnLotFom IIDO 1155 a a 0 MFrom M inrom
From rom Ogden Ogd l1 Chicago ChJca St Louis LouisSSn Louis1ansns
Jvansas and SSn SSncJ San City cJ FrancIsco n3 Omaha h Denver 4 445 j4 3 P ni ill illFrom 11From 1 1From
From Ogden O en Cache Valley VallevSt VaIlea
St Anthony n Portland J and San
Francisco a 140 5 n pm pmDEPART P PDEPART m m mDEPRT
For Ogden Omaha Chicago ChicagoftSiaTt ChlcaloDel1er ChicagoDenver
Denver Kansas City and St 1 tl60
ftSiaTt LouIs LouIsFor LouisFor a m mFor
For Ozti O Ozden < > n Portland SL St An Anthony Anthony Anthony ¬
thony Sari Francisco an anti In IR 1620 7n m
termedlate points pointsFor u uJor luiu a aFor m
For Ogden Omaha Chicago ChicagoDenver ChicaGo3Se ChicagoDenver
Denver Kansas I City St Lout
arid 3Se San IV Francisco ncieco f i1O I Ift lflasd 1U n P m marid m raF mFor mFor
F For r Og Ogden cn Cache Valley Den Denver Denvcr Denyen ¬
vcr Kansas City Omaha St Cvz CvzLouis 545 54
Louis and Chicago ChleagoFor ChicagoFor J4 P Pm W WFor
For Ogden Cache Valley Butte ButteHelena Butten Butted1 ButteHelena
Helena n Portland San n Fraullyc Fran
clsoo and d1 intermediate i rgun points11 points pointsT J 145 F FT p m m mT
Traffic Manager ManagerD
A G P T A ACity ACity A ACity
City Ticket Office Wl Main Street StreetTelephone StreetrXelephone
Telephone rXelephone18t 2SO 2SOSalt 50TUE
18t lAGOON ko koSalt ROAD
I Salt Lake and Ogden Railway BailwayTime RailwayTime
Time Table T ble in Effect Sept 6 t ISM ISMLeave mtLea 1tLeave
Leave Lea Salt Lake 630 and 9 a m mao maoat 8Ja 8Jaand
and 530 ° D m mLeave
at 9 Leave Farmington l tington and Lagoon 730 l 30 and anc na
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