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THE SALT LAKE HERALD HER D SATURDAY FEB 11 1905 19O IS
THE SALT LAKE LAK HERALD HERALDPublished IItRALDI IItRALDIPublished HALD HALDPUblishecf
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order is s received to discontinue All ar arrcuragts arrurugcs 3XLIrags
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Kansas City CltCoatcs Coatea Mouse
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Denver Df11tDrown Brown Palace Hamilton Hamiltonivendrltk HamUt n I I11o
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St Louis L UluThe The Planters The Southern SouthernAS SouthernAS out1zeruAS
AS TO UTAH ART ARTWHILE ART1U ARTlu
1U BILE THE WILLIAMS BILL BILLvhich DILLy
WHILE
y which makes numerous numerous changes changesii cha1J es
ii J tlic tl1 laws governing the Art institute institutehas Institute1ia
has 1ia be ben n stripped of many of its ob objtcllonable obcUonablc elictlozable
jtcllonable features it still should not notiLo notLo noto
iLo o placed on the statute books The TheI I Ir
I revision rov 1510n requiring that the board be bemade bemade bemade
made up of professional prore lonal artists has hasbe hasb
be 1 b FIX ru elimInated as well as the section sectionthat sectionthat sectioniliat
that compels the purchase only of such suchpictures suchrlctUres suchFicturts
pictures as have been on view in an anexhibition anxhibltlon ancxhlbltlon
exhibition of standing But there is isToothing1 isrothIn IsLothing
Toothing1 rothIn in the bill which will prevent preventthe preventth Dreventthe
the th misuse of the funds fun s it t is I proposed proposedto roposedto
to appropriate appropriateFor
For Instance If the board desires to toSTurcfcase tourchas torurchase
STurcfcase urchas a picture painted by one oC oCits or1ts ofith
its members and that is not not at all a 1 un unlikely unl1k1 unILkely ¬
likely l1k1 the member might resign and andthen andhEn andthcn
then get the money mone Just as it he had hadtntored hadEntlrld hadEflt
tntored Eflt red into an honest competition competitionThe
The 7h lie principle of the measure is wrongron wrong wrongfrom I IrornbegJnning
from rornbegJnning ron beginning to end The Herald Heraldivtmld HOraldwould Heraldwould
would like very much to see Utah ar art art art
t sts encouraged < > nCourng d but it would like also alsoto 0180tf alsot
t to see other workers encouraged encouragedIf
If it Is right for the state to give giveprizes giver1zCs giveprlzs
prizes r1zCs for pictures It is 1 also right for forthe torthe forthe
the state to give prizes for many other otherthings otherthings otherthings
things of equal value to the progress progressof
of the commonwealth We are per perfectly perfectly perfeetly ¬
fectly aware of the fact that the state xstatethrough statehrough tate tatelirougli
through the Deseret Agricultural AgriculturalManufacturing AgriculturalManufaturing AgriculturalManufacturing
Manufacturing society does give giveprizes givenzs giverizcs
prizes nzs that induce competition in a aWide aIde aide
Wide Ide field of endeavor Why not notthen nothI nothen
then hI let the Deseret Agricultural AgriculturalManufacturing AgrIculturalIaIufacturlng AgriculturaltarufLcturlng
Manufacturing society have complete completecharge complete11arge completeliarge
charge of all awards a for paintings If Ifne Iee IfC
ne e have money to spend for works of ofirt oflrt ofirt
irt let IC t us spend it through this chan channel chanel ¬
nel el C which all of us recognize as a anfcctly antly aI
nfcctly I fe tly unprejudiced and unbiased unbiasedOur u1biasedJnt
inc JntOur
Our own idoa is that the state stateHiouM statehouB stateliouFi
HiouM save the money It has been beenIvKnilng1 beenIC
IvKnilng1 IC IC nHn a lirig on nUtures tures There are so sonaTy somL soi5Tiiire
naTy mL i5Tiiire more 111reu iSSul ways in which to toisburs to11Sburs toisbur
isburs the funds Give the art money moneyo
o th tlv state board of health especially especiallymdr especiallYlJr especiallyiir
mdr iir its present management and ande
e 11 guarantee gua uarnntee antee far handsomer returns returnsmJ returnsnd returnsnj
mJ nj f tlr jr fewer heartburnings than have haverov haver
rov r i 1 j out of ot the picture money The TheU Theiil
iil > U that abolishes the Art institute institutentir Institutertlrd institutertr
ntir rtlrd ly now pending before the legis legisoturr legistUt legistur
oturr < tUt Is the measure that th t should be becnw bem bet
cnw t m fl a law lawNEW lawNEW
1 1NEVi
NEW DRUNKENNESS CURE CUREXirw CURENEW CURENlw
NEW CURE CURE for the liquor habit is isannounced isllDounced isannounced
announced by John Cline of Indl Indlna IndlIW mdina
na ilr Cline is not In any sense n nleftist nIpt1st ait
leftist it tist He makes no pretensions pretensionsvhatf prele pretensionshatcvcr sion3 sion3hatever
vhatf hatever ver in that line But he has been beenurcd beenI beenurcd beenurcd
I urcd of the liquor habit without the the4ge the5C i ie
4ge 5C e of drugs hypodermic injections or orxpcnse orxpCns orxpcnse
xpcnse of any sort and ho Is willing willingo wnlln wnllno
o let the whole world know all about aboutt
t without Jthout money and without price priceUs prIceIIs iirlceus
Us reclamation is thus described describedIn
In lSf 1 > 7 he h was convicted of complicity complicityn
n tlic murder of PJarco Smith a farmer farmert
t was v3 at this l particular time oa oaU that he heupon liele
U upon the verse e e of the grave That Th t he heiI
13 rot I t fall into it was due to a sentence sentencet 1 >
t Imprisonment for Or life instead of bang iiangnjf i1llnCIS bangig
njf IS For n period of six years ears he ab abtainrd attalT abtairrJ >
tainrd talT d wholly from Intoxicants Then a atardon nardon aardon
ardon was granted him and he emerged emergedomrt cnergedomr eaergedomr
omrt omr t t1y t iv cured To his hlsabst abstention nUon and ando
o rtjrtilar r giar LIar and constant con tant oxorclso be ut utrsutcj ntrutj atrutc
rsutcj rutc his victory over tho > > whisky whiskyiia w11lskyU911a whiskyiaiia
iia U911a na arid his preeont condition of phys physcal pbysal pliysal
cal al pencction pencctionAnyone pEIJccUonArl pCTiCttionAnyoxe
Anyone Arl Or > o who wishes to try this cure cures
s at perfect liberty to do t > In the thejroodncss theoodness theoodness
jroodncss oodness of his httrt Mr Jline l1ne has hasaktn hasakfn hasaktn
aktn out no patent on his discovery discoveryen
en ojsly iy preferring to let his inebri inebritc
tc fiLnds f lntjs r1s enjoy it without money moneyrJ moneyfJ moneyr1
rJ Wiihout prIce All that Is neccs necesary neccsary neccsiry
ary for r them Ulero to do ts to tohnvQ ti have them themelves themtlvts themFires
elves arrested for complicity in a mur murer murcrtbat inurcrthat
er crtbat that ought to he esy e esand and the theout3 theou theCu
out3 ou t3 I and penitentiaries will do the thecst theest theCst
cst cstAh
Ah AhJ poor lost drunkard does It not notlake notlakt notiakr
lake even en your sodden pulses thrill thrilldth thr1l1ith thrillith
ith hope to think that in a few ovo short shortears shortcars shortcars
cars you OU may ma be cured o the liquor liquoratnt liquornblt liquorabit
atnt to think that you ou may go into a acnitcntiary aenit aenltntlary
cnitcntiary enit < lltiary a wreak and come out of oft oCtL ofa
t a strong str sturdy sttlril able man manPARTICULAR manIt
0 0PARTICULAR It 11 11PARTICULAR
PARTICULAR UNCLE JOE JOEi JOEW JOEWASHIYGTON
i WASHINGTON W < DISPATCH Bays Baysi Gayst11 saysthat
i that t11 Jt Speaker Sieak r Cannon is the firstan first firstion firstIan
ion an to decline an invitation to dine at atlie atc atC
lie c White hite House Hou such invitations invitationssually invitationsual1y invitationssually
sually taking rank with commands in inVarnnfflon Inat inai11gtOfl
Varnnfflon at unSlon Tl The reason for the thepeakPts thop theDeakrs
peakPts p akErs declination is set forth as asallows as1Iots 18lIons
allows towit and namely namelyYt
< Yt t aM state dinners it is lathe the custom to toivc toIn toIvt
ivc jwcHlencfe in the following order orderJrst orderlnit orderirst
Jrst of t course the president Jro ldcnt then vice viceresident vIcert viecrkknt
resident rt dcnt the presiding officer of the son sontc sontt sonU
tc tt and the tIt spouk speaker r of tho house of rep repuscr repSCttAd repseT
uscr SCttAd SCttAdAt seT taiivca taiivcaAt tA tree treeAt
At th HIP dinner given night before last to tot tOC
r c t s jpreme court it was decided that thats
s I thr dinner dUm > r was for the court the chief chiefiBtkf chiefIStlC chiefistI
iBtkf istI should take t kc In Mrs Roosevelt RooscvelUhlef RooscvclthI Roosevelthief
hlef hI > Justice Fuller FulJeris Is In mourning for foris forIs foris
is wiff It and < riJ could not attend The rahk rahkir
ir 1 g justlf > was Justice Harlan HarlanWhen HarlanVIHl HarlanV11eT
When V11eT Speaker Cannon learned that thatils thatuS
ils 9 was lo bo 1 > 0 the order of thincs and anduat and15t
uat 1 t the court was as to be given preference preferencecixvrotp preferencet NCcnmcc NCcnmcco
cixvrotp o wNlr t a note declining ecllninlr tho invitation invitationnd
n nd < 3 bagging to be excused excusedIt eoue xcuedIt d dIt
It is likely IIk I that a dinner will be given givenvSpraktT gicnJ
vSpraktT J p Cnnnoii C lnnOIl so that tla hla precadonrciajr precadonrc ucsw > DIC DICja
iajr ja a br > recognized recognizedH T reognlzetJHad J Jnttd >
H Had td Speaker Sptk r Cannon ben given SIl gi tn 1 prrf
oronce < ronc at the th court dinnerthe dinnerthcl Justices Justiceswould justlccswould Justiceswould
would haVe beon offended offendedDoesnt oUendcdDo offendedDossnt
Doesnt Do snt it strike you that there isa isagood Isagood isngood
good deal of tommy 10mm rot about aboutthat that sort sortof sortQf sortof
of thing tl n Manys the th time Uncle UncleJoe Uncleoe UncleJoe
Joe oe has stretched his legs under a atable uable atable
table eoveretl CO r < < t1 with a red table cloth clothand clothnd clothand
and nd ornamented ornament d with the most frugal frugalfare frugalar frugalfare
fare ar and ho didnt make any an trouble troublelbout trouble troubleabout Lroubleobout
about precedence either The time timeis t1m t1mis
is not far distant when ha h was per perteotly perteatly perteotly
teotly content if he had enough enoug to eat eatand eatand eatand
and some good company Now Nov hes hesussy hes1ussy hesfussy
fussy ussy about wher he sits slt at the table tableFIe tableFie
Fie on you Uncle Joe Even if you youire youre
are ire re speaker of the housfej hOWf of represent representatives representatives representatives ¬
atives you ou are ilTre re still a a servant s rvant o oC the thepeople thepeople
people a fct ict you OU cem tim to have forgot forgotten forgotten forgotSten ¬
ten Customs lioxe h b4 changed ch nged in this tbl re republic 10rubUc rerubllc ¬
public but L1s i 1s still a republic and andthe antIt andthAi
the t plain people le lthple ple cling still to the old oldfashlonedynotion oHlfashIonednotion oldfas1tLoncdotfon
fashlonedynotion that one on man is just justabout justabout Justabout
about its good ood as another al1otherat at a dinner dinnertableorv dinnertableor inn r rtabl
tableorv tabl or any anywhere whore else elseEDGAR elseEDGAR elseEDGAR
EDGAR EDGAR E CALVIN CALVINE CALViNE
E E 1 CALVIN who has been b en made madeeneral madegeneral madegeneral
general eneral manager of the Southern SouthernTaclflc Southernlnclfic SouthernTaclulc
Taclflc railroad has won his high place placesquaroly placequarol placesquarely
squarely quarol on his merits and a very verylarge verylarge ery erylarge
large circle of friends rl nds here and along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the lines where he hI Is well known re rejoice rejoice rejoice ¬
joice at 1t t his success Less than than 50 years yearsold yearsold enrs enrsold
old he h is recognized a as one of the best bestOperating bestc bestveratlng
Operating c craUng officials in the HarrIman or organization 01sanizaUon organization ¬
I Iayln
ganization and ntI that is equivalent to toi toaytng
i saying ayln he is one Of f the best in the thecountry theountry thetountrr
country Evers Eeri step stE of his advance advancement adwmcement advanceinent ¬
ment has bfeen won by hard work workcoupled workcoupled workcOUiled
coupled with unfailing courtesy and andi andexact andexact
i exact sense of o justice in his dealings dealingswith dealingswith dealingswith
with other men and the rare faculty facultyof facu1t facu1tof
of meeting difficult situations without withoutI withoutflinching withoutflinching
I flinching without hurry and yet et with witha
a promptness that is equal to any anyj nn nnClnt anyemergency
j emergency Clnt > rgency Extremely Etremeb reserved among amongj amongstrangero amongstrangers
j strangers he established himself firm firmly filmlYin firmly ¬
ly lYin In the regard of his close associates associatesi associateshere s shere
i here as a a most companionable man manand rnaI1nd manand
and nd his departure from Salt Lake was wasmarked wusmarked wasmarked
marked by widespread regret His Hisnew Hisne Hisnev
new ne responsibilities and powers po rs are arelarge arei arelarge
large i rge but no one who knows his ca cairncity canadty cafltCtty
irncity for work tv orlt and his intimate intimateknowledge SnUm Intimateknowledge le leknowledgc
knowledge of the railroad business businessquestion businessqucstlon businessqucstion3
question his capacity cap clly for fo theposition thepositionHe the position positionHe
He has the th congratulations of The TheHerald TheHerald TheHerald
Herald and of every evor one who has had hadoccasionto hadoccasion hadoccasion
occasionto occasion to meet him himTHE him himTHE himTHE
s
THE USURY LAW LAWL
J
1 L LAWYER LA VYER who has the reputation reputationof
41 1 of knowing what he h talks about aboutsays abouta aboutrays
says a S that th the usury usur law Introduced Intro t eed by byRepresentative b bRepresentative byRepresentative
Representative Joseph some weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago Is vulnerable in at least a dozan dozanrolnts doz dozaniointh < ID IDlolnt
rolnts That Is there are that many manypoints man30points manypoints
points on which it itniay Imn may be attacked attackedns
as to its constitutionality or it may ma be beevaded beaded beevaded
evaded aded This is not as it should be beIf 00It beIf
If we e are ar to have a usury law let us ushave us ushave ushave
have one o e that will stand the severest severesttests secreste5t5 severesttests
tests the shrewd attorneys who will willbe wlIlbe willbe
be employed by the usurers can bring bringto
to hear ear upon It No law at all would wouldbe vouldbe ould ouldbe
be better than a law which would be beeither beulther beeither
either a dead letter or an occasion for forlaughter torlaughter forlaughter
laughter among amon the loan lo n sharks Weneed Weneed We Weneed
need a firstclass usury law in Utah UtaluThe UtahThe I
The hearings before the committee to towhich t twhich twhich
which the Joseph bill was referred referredamply rer referredamply rred rredampt
amply demonstrate that We need not notgo notgo
go 0 beyond the testimony testhnon of tho usurers usurersthemselves us usurersthemselves rers
themselves ILwas IL was shown to the thecom thecommittee com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee that a rate of 15 per cent a amonth amonth amonth
month or 180 per cent a year is not notvery notvery notvery
very unusual The habit seems to be beto bcto beto
to charge char c as much as the Intending Intendingdebtor Intendingdebtor Intendingdebtor
debtor can n pay PR to squeeze sq ecze out of him himthe himthe himthe
the last possible ossiblecent cent centWe centWe I I1Ye
We are told that money is a comf comfmodlty com7modlt3 corn corninodity
modlty just as any other article for forbarter forl forlQurter forIarter
barter and sale thnt the man who has hasthe ha hathe hasthe
the money to sell has the same right rightto righttoexact
to toexact exact e et a n high price for it as the man manwho manwbo manwho
who has anything an t1lng else for sale Un Under Under Undee ¬
der the existing Istln Utah statute this is isquite isquite i iquite
quite true tru as far as right is concerned concernedThere concernedThere concernedThere
There is absolutely nothing to prevent preventa
1 1lU
a loan shark from m charging a hundred hundredper hundredper
per cent n month If he e can find a vic victim victim victim ¬
tim willing wilUn to pay a But there is a amoral nmoral amoral
moral obligation in this business businessIt
It is too much to expect the loan loansharks loanharks loansharks
sharks to see the moral side of the thequestion thetIUe5UQn thequestion
question hpwever It must be driven driveninto driveninto driveninto
into their intelligence with a legis legislative 18giInthe leglsltLtiVe ¬
lative ax The nwu mule pho > rho would ould prey preyupon lreypon preyupon
upon pon the necessities of his neighbor neighbormust ncighbormust iieighbormust
must be restrained We Ve have ha e hadno hadnousury hud110USU1y hadiiousury
usury law up to date because of th thraise thfalse Uifalse
false theory theoJ > Y that a law of that charac character eharacter characier ¬
ter would wo l keep capital out of tho th state statepn stnteOn sthteon
On that point we have l1 ve this to say It Itto Ht Itto
to t get capital Into the state it is neces necessary necesry necesiary
sary ry to permit D rmlt usurers to have taYO full fullswing fullswIng fullswing
swing then we had better get along alongwithout aloJl aloJlIlhoul alongwithout
without outside capital capitalAs capitalAR apita1As
As a JItter of fact though outside outsidecapital outsidcapital outsIdecapital
capital < does not seek investments here hereat hereat hereat
at usurious rates r tes The pfopie p ople who are areforced areforced areforced
forced to pity them are ar the people peo le who whocan whotan ho holin
can < lin Io I088t t afford aff r rd to pay 1a the small smalltradesman smultradlSmnn smalltradesman
tradesman the th nnea n n who work for day daywages da dawages daywages
wages the small salaried employ employeThese tmploytThese employThese
These are the individuals ind vi uals upon whom whomthe whomthe whomthe
the loan similes fasten their talons talonsand talonsaJtd talonsand
and they are entitled to protection protectionIf
If the Joseph bill bil1wll win not do then thenlt thonIta thenlet
lt Ita a law that will do be framed framedOC trnmedor fznmcdOf
OC oounec Senator Smoot will just justgrieve justgrlec Justgrieve
grieve himself sick over the certainty certaintythat certaintythat certaintythat
that a vote on his case will not be beranched bere ber
re r ranched tehed until the next sessIon of the theaanate theMJUt thesenate
senate MJUt aanateTho te
I IThe
IQI IQITho
Tho total vote oto in the presidential presidentialelection presldenUalelection presidentialelection
election last year was 135SOS51 Some Someof Someor Someof
of the ballots war wore cast for Judge Al Alton Alton AIton ¬
ton B Parker Park r of Xew York for f r presi president presldent resl resldontnnd ¬
dent dontnnd and for Henry H nT Ga5 < 3assaway awa Davis Davisof DaylsQ Davisof
of Q West est Virginia vtrilnla for vice Ice president presidentFour prE presidentFoui = sldent
11 11Four
Four California state senators have havebeen hacbetn havebeen
been arrested on d charge of accepting acceptinga
a n bribe They probably feel the dis disgrace dl dlsmco disgrace ¬
grace all 1I the more keenly kcenl because of ofthe orthe ofthe
the tact that thattt it has developed that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they received only 350 each eachHoch eachI eachHoch eachIoch
I
j I
Hoch matrimonial expert denied deniedthat deniedthnt deniedthat
that he had married a a woman by b whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he was confronted but said that if the thepolice thepoUce thepolice
police didnt hurry her away aWu he might mightmarry mightmarry mightmarry
marry her then and there And Andhi5 Andhi5in thls thlsla 1115 1115tn
la vlew w o t HochsV Iocli 9Chs s1suecess success in his get getiviveaqulgk getwhfsq getvivesmkIC
whfsq iviveaqulgk l k system SYBtlJU was m snQitha nai Lthan H 1 a anwny ammry
nwny Jp frst t
c
I ccn fy 1 1The IThe
The marriage of Mrs Annie M Ad Adams Adams Adama ¬
ams and exGovernor Arthur L r Thom Thomas ¬
as took place Thursday morning in inWashington inVashlngton InWashington
Washington Mr and Mrs Thomas left leftimmediately leftImmedIately leftimmediately
immediately for home hom and are expect expected ¬
ed here Monday morning morningGovernor morningit morningGovernor
it itGovernor
Governor and Mrs Lra Cutler entertained entertaineda ent rtained rtaineda
a party < of twelve at the Theatre last lastnightfollowed lastnIght lastnight
nightfollowed nIght toU tolIOud w d by b supper supp r at the Com Commercial eommercial Cornmnerelal ¬
mercial club The party consisted of ofSenatorelect ofSenatorelect ofSenatorelect
Senatorelect and Mrs Sutherland At AtI Attorney Attorney
I torney General andMrs M A Breeden BreederraiiBs BreedenMiss BreedenMiss
Miss Edith Sutherland Mrs C cA t A El Eldredge Eldredge I
dredge Miss t1ss Fanny Breeden Mrs Reed ReedSraoot Ree ReedSmoot I ISmoot
Smoot Roscoo Breeden and rtd Miss Ma Mabel Mabel Mabe ¬
bel be Cutler CutlerMiss CutlerMiss
Miss Katherlne K therinc Judge entertains ent rtalns this thisevening thiscvenlng thisevening
evening at the Judge home on Brigham Brighamstreet Brighamatr Brighamstreot
street streetHelen atr streotHelen ot
Helen and Harold Greenwood will en entertain ent entrtain ¬
tertain t rtaln nearly 100 of their little friends friendsat
at two parties today the first during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the afternoon and the second secon during duringtheevening durtn durtnthe duringthe
theevening theeveningi the evening eveningThe
5 5The
i The members of the St Cecelia oJioir oJioiri oi10i1had ioIr ioIrhad
i had a sl1arh party last evening in the Knights Knightsof
of Columbus hall They Th y were chaper chapervoned chaperaned chaperoned
oned by b Mrs Edward Ed ward McGurrln Mrs MrsC Mr MrCo
C Co C Slade and Mrs John Harvey HarveyHarry Harveyt HarveyHarry
Q t e eHarry
Harry Shearman has returned from a avacation avaatlon J JE18t1on
vacation of several months duration durationMiss durationHss
0 0MISs
Miss Hss Jessie Home entertained the theDaughters theDaughhtrs theDaughters
Daughters of the King at her he berne berneThurs hcmeThurs4ay me meThursday
Thursday Thurs < ta evening eveningI
011 011Mrs i
I Mrs rs Charles Nelson elOI has h returned rptuln r d to toOgden I IOgdcn I
Ogden after spending a a r few w days dl s In the thecity th thcity thecity
city with Jth friends friendst friendsft rlend9The
ft 0 0The
t The classes of children ch l ren at the Chris ChrisI Chriatensen Christensen
I tensen dancing academy will have a amasquerade amas amasquerade
mas masquerade < iuor de ball this afternoon from 3 3till 3tin i itill
till 6 oclock oclocki oclockltrs
0 0iLrs
i Mrs H A Whitney entertained entertainedabout enfertalnedabout entertainedabout
about a score of her ttr l friends rrl lds yesterday yesterdayafternoon yqaterdayatternoon sterda sterdaafternoon
afternoon at bridge five tl tables being beingI beIngfilled beingfilled
I filled with the guests guestsI
11 11S
I S C Adams has arrived from Denver Denverand Denvcrand Denverslid
and is a guest with Mrs Mr Adams of 5lr 5lrand lr trand
and Mrs H G JVIaMillan MeMlilanThe lI lillan lillanit U UThe
it itThe
The Browning section of the Ladies LadiesLiUttrar LadiesL LadiesLiturary
LiUttrar L t raJ > club will ill meet today at atooiock 1 1oclock 1CClOCK
oclock with Mrs F J Fabian Fabiany Eubianlr5
C 0 y
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Ot r Mr and Mrs Irt Herbert HerbertB B JBrown JBrownwill urOWl1w111 3rownwill
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friends at af a valentine party this after afternoon afternoon arternoon
> noon noonMrand noon11r noonMraud
Mrand 11r nd Mrs Irs J H Timby hnb will enter entertain entertain entertam ¬
tain tam the Flinch club this t ls evening at attheir attheir attheir
their home homeDr homeDr homeDi
Dr and Mrs l1 Wi Hi7 H JjHopJns 7 Hopkins are ey eypected t tpected e epected
pected back about Feb 14 from a trip tripthrough tripthrough tripthrough
through southern California CaliforniaMiss Cnllfornial1ss
Miss l1ss Hattie at Whitney 00 00MIss Vh tn Miss Ii s Kettle KettlePjjper RettieP RattleP3perand
Pjjper P P3perand n > erand and Mr and Mrs H Q < 3t Whitneyj Whitneyjwill Whjtnewillleavc Whztheywill
will willleavc leave Salt Lake this morning mornl for forXew forew tSrNew
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One Rare the Other a Uniyersai UniyersaiStorm Urhers UnhersIStorm l lStorm
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The ordinary land cyclone yis is usually usuallyquite usuallyqUite usuallyquiteharmless
quite quiteharmless harmless and it Is only by a mis mistaken mlstaken rni rnitaken ¬
taken use of o the term term that it has be become become become ¬
come associated with thos terrifying terrifyingstorms terrlfingftorms terrifyingstorms
storms peculiar to our country known knownas
as tornadoes says St Nicholas Cy Cyclones CycJones CYclones ¬
clones have a bud reputation because becausethey becausethey e ethe
they the are commonly associated d with withother withother withother
other more harmful storms Instead of ofTjelng ofbeing ofbeing
being dangerous and destructive d they theyare theJare theyare
are the chief source of rain In spring springand springand springand
and autumn and supply the snow snowwhich snowwhich snowwhich
which adds so much to o the pleasure of ofcf ofcf ofcf
cf our northern winter They The cover a alarge ularge alarge
large extent of territory territor at one time timeand timeand timeand
and on an average follow one another anotheracross anotboracross anotheracross
across the country from west to east eastat eastat eastat
at intervals of about three days daysA
A tornado often does great gre t damage damageIt
It Is known by its ts funnslshaped cloud cloudwhich cloudwhich qloudwhich I
which bounds and bounces along now nowhigh 110Whlgh nowhigh
high in h the air and again touching the theground thegro theground
ground gro nd Where It skims along the theground theground theground
ground the havoc is greatest Here Herethe Herethe Herethe
the mightiest structures of man are arecrushed arecrushed arecrushed
crushed in an instant before the ava avalanches avalanches avelanehes ¬
lanches of wind let loose from every di direction dIrection dlrection ¬
rection The air seems to have an ex explosive explosive cxplosive ¬
plosive force buildings falling outward outwardinstead outwardinstead outwardInstead
instead of inward as one might think thinkIn thinkIn thinkIn
In such a stprm no place pJacels Is safe but butthe butthe butthc
the southwest corner of a cellar af affords affords affords ¬
fords the best protection obtainable eIf eIfIn If Ifin IfIn
in the open lie flat on the th > ground Dur During DurJng Durbig ¬
big a tornado which lasts but a few fewninutes fewminutes
minutes the sky is covered by clouds cloudsof
of inky ink blackness blackn ss which here and there theretake th thpretake rc rctake
take on a livid greenish reenlshhue reenlshhueThe hue hueThe hueThe
The surface winds rush spirally up upward upward upward ¬
ward Into the funnel shaped cloud car carrying carin careying ¬
eying in with them many many articles which whichare whichare whichare
are afterward dropped droppedsomc some distance distancebeyond distancele distancebeyond
beyond le ond The danger zone is confined coil ned to toa toa toa
a path less le s than a half mile in width widthand widthand widthand
and 100 miles In length These storms stormscccur stormtcOur storinkcecur
cccur only onl on land landThe landThe landThe
The true hurricane is oceanborn On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the high seas of the tropics It marshals marshalsits
its it forces of wind and n atvbefoie atvbefoievh1ch tJlv nve > before beforewhich berorewhich
which the stoutest ship is helpless and andthe anathe amidthe
the fairest Islands are laid In Id waste Even Eventhe Eventhe Eventhe
the sturdy stllrd mainland trembles under und f Its Itsnwful if if1wrul ItsawfuL
awfuL fflstlgntion Thes > ocean oc an storms stormsinst stonnslast stormslast
last much longer than tornadoes caver cavermoreterritory Coermoreterritorv covermoreterritory
moreterritory mid cause more damage damageThe damageThe damagtThe
The hurricane which overwhelmed Gal Galveston Buleston Galveston
veston destroyed estroe several s eral thousands of oflives ori oflives
lives and millions of dollars worth of offrequently ofproperty
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property The West II iidiap dtap i islands are a1Cfrequentj arefrequently
frequently scourged by these awful vis visitations visItations viaitations ¬
itations and our own Atlantic coast coastsometimes coastomelimes coastsometimes
sometimes feels re s the th lash of these thesedteudful thesdl thesedmendful
dteudful dl endful storms storinsBut stonnsout storms5ut
But the hurricane and tornado are arerare arcT1 arerare
rare T1 re The forme seldom extends far farnland farinland i iinland
inland and usually usual occurs in the late 1atesummel latesummer I Isummer
summer or fall Tornadoes are prod products products products ¬
ucts of the south and West W t and am are aremostly atemostly arcmostly
mostly confined to the spring and early earlysummer earlY8u earlysummer
summer 8u mer months The cyclone is a uni universal unlersal universal ¬
versal storm which travels rover over land landand lan lanand landand
and sea in season and out of season seasonin seasonInsprlng
in Insprlng spring or In fall In summer s miner or fn fnwidUr fuifttlr timwiiitvr
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Philadelphia Press PressWell Pre1oSWen FreesWell
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one way to get rid of Insomnia InsomniaAnd insomniaAnd insomniaAnd
And that Is queried the thepaUent thepaUentGo patientGo patient patientGo
Go to sleep and forget all about a out it itHad ItHad 1tHad
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Have you had any nice new dishes dtuhessine di dishesSinCe hcs I IslnN
sine you got that expensive cook cookTfcs cookYes 11
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certain to speedily close out oU t the lines 1
LOT 1 Big reductions to t376 t376LOT 376 376LOT 375LOT
LOT 2 Scotch mixtures in threequartor lengths lengthsshort lengthsshort lengthsshort
short coats In black lack kersey a few coats iri red Spe Special SpecIal Special ¬
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sold rather than carry carrythe currythe carrythe
the valentines over overValentines overValenthies overralenti5es
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sold way ay below belo usul ususlcost usulcost usulcost
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ladles fast blaak cotton hose double doubleheel d dOubleheel uble ubleheel
heel and toe and double sole regular regular25c regular2c
25c 2 c qualify Saturday Sat Satirrd rda T n oV oVspecial a aspecial I Ispecial
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are positive that no indtrumcit Intrument oi oiequal etqual ofqual
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CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect Oct O 9th 1904 1804IEAVE 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE
LEAVE SALT lAKE CITY CITYNo CITYo
No o 6 for r r Deavcr and Bast Ea EastS S AM AMo
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No O 4 for Den Dearer > envor or and East EastOS1JS 855 35 PAt PAto PAlp
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