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St Louis The Planters n e LThe The Southern SouthernGEORGE Southern SouthernGEORGE
GEORGE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHT3 WASHINGTONTHJ
THJ HT3 ONE MAN in all the history historyof
of this great country with whom
fair a r historians have found no fault the theerne theQfE
erne man who stands above all his fel fellows fello ¬
lo lows > f without blemish and without withoutf withoutfult
f fult ult was wasboln born in Virginia 6he ne hun huncred hu hucrpd
cred and seventythree s ertt lhrce years years ago go lo lot to tot1
t1 t 15 l Ask any schoolboy who was the theneatest tl1ctatest
neatest tatest man the American nation has haser hasfOr
< er produced He will 111 reply without withouthesitation withoutlrsitat1on
hesitation George Ge rge Woshln Washington WashingtonWe on onwould
We would not go so far as to say oSflYrat sayrat
rat if It had not been for George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWsshJnton
Washington the th war of the revolution revolutiontaal r volt tlon tlontl
taal tl surely have ha e ended iri disaster disasterfor disasterrnr
for the patriot arms but we will say sayt sa satnt
t tnt at had It not been for Washingtons Washingtonsgand Washlngtonsg
gand g md genius the conflict con lct must have haveten havel
ten l r n greatly prolonged and Jt might might1eed J JJ
J deed have been lost by the colonies coloniesWashington colonlcsVnshlngtonwas
Washington Vnshlngtonwas was the sort of military militaryf
1Pf f craus US who knows when to fight and andhci and11t
hci 11t to run away There is nothing nothingj nothing10IP
j 10IP ore masterly in military mllftar history than thanSiirie thanOmc
Siirie of Washingtons retreats And Andh
h krr > w v wheh wh h to strike and strike strikehard
11 hard r 1
Washington did more mor with the ma matlial maI
tlial I faille he had than any other military militaryider mHftary1dtr
ider of whom wo have knowledge knowledgeWith k owledge owledgeWith
With raw recruits badly bndl clothed poor poorfrd poorfd
> < frd unpaid and at times half mu mut mu10U5
t nous he whipped the trained voter voterir eter eterl
l ir s of England and the Duke of Hesse HesseI
I imp and again on hard fought fields fieldsdrove fIeldsdtove
> drove the enemy back time and andgain andgJIn
gain when defeat seemed certain he heion heon
ion on victories It Is difficult at this thisage thisa1ge
age to form a tr ir e e a appreciation of ofIf of oftr
If handicap uijder which Washington Washingtonbored Vashlngtont
t bored the handicap which by the thetemendous thettmfndousfore
temendous ttmfndousfore force of f his genius he hepreame
preame
In his admirable history of the thetTrrran thenrlflln
tTrrran revolution John i hn FIske gives givesth
I th closest possible view few of Wash Washrgfn Washrgtu
rgfn He tells of r the GatesCharles GatesCharlestv s sF
tv F cabal that In the first years ears of ofi
1 r I va ra was constantly at work to toiTerr toJPrTUDe
iTerr JPrTUDe > > ino Washington and vest ycstthe ycstthetplfme the thesupreme
supreme command in eitherGates either Ga eJ or orlie orJf
lie Jf the difficulties of feeding oquip oquipng equlpT1g
> ng and paying the army are de deBribed deI
Bribed I jbfd and the story of how Wash Washgtort WashIgton
Igton gtort in spite of all these difficulties difficultiesjl
jl J 1 y triumphed over his adversaries adversariesIT
IT houe ho and from abroad Is set forth forthlf forthHh
lf Hh h so much human color that one oneray oner
ray r ay nlmost believe Mr oFjsl Fiske e was wasriting wnsrUing
rUing of avents that came under his hisersonal hiserso1al
> ersonal observation observationBenedict obserationHpnedlt
Benedict Arnold became a a traitor to toits tos
its s country nUlltr because of slights placed placedpon pacedpon
pon him because b cause of influences infi ences encesthat that thateerted Chat Chatrrp
rrp exerted against him Arnold ArnoldIerUid ArnoldP7dld
IerUid soldier sold er though he was loved lovedi lovedaJsIf
aJsIf i i self better tter than he loved his coun counV counWashington
V Washington loved his country countrytiiT countryt
tiiT t r than hlmslf For the sake of oft ot1 ot1rluntry
t i fountry he could and did endure endureMI
MI 11 and it is for Ot this generation and andt
t su SUT < ceding > ding generations gellcl tions to honor the ther
r m iry Ir of George Washington as they theyI
11 I rxr the name of no other American AmericanMAYOR Americanca
ca I I1A
MAYOR 1A YOR MORRIS ON FRANCHISES FRANCHISESp FRANCHISESIUnE
p HERE ARE MANY Interesting JrttorcsU g fea feaurs
L iures about the annual message of ofIiar 0
Iiar 11 or Morris but none nQll is more n1or ln lnT inI
T I < sting Un than his reference to t the theanchise theaurhiRC
anchise question We Ye are quite sure sureit sure11t
11t it every thoughtful citizen wJIloji 1111011thC wJIlojilors
lors > the executives xeeutiv s remarks on this thisUDjt tbisuoj
UDjt uoj > t He says that no franchise franchiseiluM franchiseh
iluM h vrr Ir should be granted to anyone anyonetr
tr r any L1n purpose without careful con conidciation condf4tion
idciation and not than unless the theiy th thlY I
iy lectivs lP g an aIlabsolute absolute and Justcom Justcomi
i fatJon sation therofor Continuing1 the theYO
YO ys
The rIll legislative i < islaiivo tendency of the pres prest
t 1 time t j J1 > Is to curtail the powers of ofjti ofJt
jti Jt griee Tviee corporatfons In order orderdo orderuo
> do ibis his municipalities s are dlsoossess dlsoossessg
g 1 vt it t and light companies through throughif
if 11 hasp or otherwise tend are assum assumig assumI
ig I control of the production and sale saleif
if t n ater and electric and gas lights lightsVs 1II hta htaVn
Vn Vs n franchises are nr granted g 1ltd they the are arer ar arort
r ihorter ort > r terms of IfC HXefrthan t than former formery tormeri
y the grantors grQnl having 11avln rl in mind ind th thosslb t i > 1 1osslblp
osslb osslblp e Improvement in the various variousrtmrhes i iI1t1he
rtmrhes > s of tmrpublle servlce rv ee they y are1 are1itended arel
itended to cover coverThe coverThe
The exfrutive has hassat slated 1 tie the t case caselearly ctlse ctlselearJy
learly and distinctly 5tIs tjllsjf asonible asonibler o n bl blInfer
r > infer that he wouRf wounieoriotisly erioHsly oppose opposeny pbpos pbposn7
ny extension of theU the UMhiIright hI gh ghallway fi filallway
lallway companys franchise to make makecover makecoveT
cover a period of ninety nlnel years as asroposed rl rlropo8cd
roposed But we believe b liee nofurth no f rth r rt lj ljtt
t tt tempt npt to secure that extension will wille wne
e made It is undersf tod though thoughint though1o1t
int an extension of oreltht eight years is to too toe
o alted a led to make the franchise run runJT runr
JT r an even e En fifty years yearsThis yearsThIs
This Is quite different from the fh orig origjal or orlal
jal proposition but we e hardly see seeQW seeQ
QW Q it can be done unless theiJtegent theiJtegentan the1Jt fent fentnhlae
an nhlae hlBe is first rescinded And ir iriai if iflat
lat franchise Is rescinded reseInJled no other otherancltlse otherapcvlse
ancltlse should be granted unless nless the theublif theublIc
ublif is given glV n a mush mu = h greater measure measuref
f protection than the existing fran franhlsc franIse
hlsc Ise affords and unless tbe t e city Is Isnrrously 13nrrously
nrrously compensated comp nsated The h company companyouldj companyoUl
ouldj oUl of course prefer a a hat nat extension extensionf ext psJon psJonr
f Its franchise tranchisefor for7ofght efght years1 years wilh wilhcrtaia nb nbrtain
crtaia jupdlflcatfons4n mpdUlcatoDs ID j ts fayoK tav
lHE SAL LAKE HERALP VEDNESDAY PEB22 1905
We We do not tii like e the the precedent precedent how however b v veer ¬
ever If rahchisSc hchf5tt C iib bxenaedt bxenaedttifty xt ded dedfor
for f t ye r it bc i fri r rficty >
tifty years ears And there would be notH notHinsr QdfInc
Inc to present pr Yent the th sranting g r til1g of OJ a fifty fiftyyeaj fift fiftelr
yeaj elr franchise this week an extension extensionof
of it for for fifty years 3o ara next week a fur further turther
ther ther extension the following t week and andon andon
on until practically a perpetual fran franchlse fr n nchfst
1 chlse in defiance d f1ance of the spirit t of the thela he helaw
law la ha haa been granted The city coun council cOJlnil ¬
cil il has h s added ad < fcd enough ez1 ugh tothe to the assetsof assetsofthe ssets Dr Drthe
the Iftah Eight Railway company companyThe companyrhe
The corporation should be In a positionnow position pOSltionnow
now to shift for Itself IfIt If 1t is riot it itcertainly Itcertainly
certainly is not the fault > of or Salt Lake takeCl LakeCitys
Citys Cl s past p st councils councilsA
A CLEAR CLE R CASE CASEROM CASEFRO
FRO ROM THE TESTIMONY In the theCody the theCody
Cody divorce hearing now lu pro progress proi proigr
gress gr ss In Cheyenne we wenrc are forceo1 to toconclude tooncl
conclude oncl de that that Colonel Cody is a adrunken adrunken
drunken brfast q ast too low lowfor for words ords that thatho thath
ho h Is a gentleman of t the hlghfst hlsh st class classthat classU
that U t hq h made m tXe the life of his wife a aperfect a
perfect hell that he was W S a tender and anddevoted anddeot
devoted deot d hus husband nda a kind ki d and Indul Indulgent Indulbent ¬
gent father and a general allaround allaroundscamp allaroulscamp
scamp scamp wha hQ loved ed his wife wJ witli all 1ithe 1ithestringth the thestrength
strength of his being and andc cuffed fI d her heraround I
around whenever wb neer fine file spirit rhoved rhovedhim mo ed
him I
Mrsj lr po Cody r vceaie l e gjvei gv 11 Jo t Under Understand ridcr ridcrsttnd
stand ahvaysv aha 5 acted th jjartdf part f a agood asooqt
good sooqt an g d utrtul tftih wff f he td P = Nd d dkon kon konseveral on ons
several s > C1nI occasion o sion tq poisQn pol Qn her hub hubband husband
band she J1I al > vays ays greVtedhim pr el d hIm affec affeciionately afCecthmai
iionately thmai Iy aie drank a great grca dealjmore dealjmorethan d 1orc 1orcthan
than was > vas good sooa for f r her she was wiling wilingat wtIllngat
at all times tim s to bs b reconciled to her herhusband herl
husband l qnd treated tre MhJ hi pvertu J rtul rtulseorpand res jpith jpithseorp
seorp seorpand and cTofbtenipC < ten1Pt fhu5 f Jvlns < Ihat Ihathe 1at 1atho
he ya9 a tho only man man In the world for forher Corer
her er and iltl fihatsne thJlt sHe loathed him Intensely IntenselyA I 1lense13 1lense13ALti1i >
A ALti1i f tih sbihings so il ng and nd more nfpre have havath ye yegathdrsd
gathdrsd ath Md fromthe r m th highly interestlriis interestlriistestin nte estlrig estlrigtoesu
testin ony Ol1 in the l e divorce ijroc I oo eedings eedingsThe edlngsIhe
The evidenoe is so clear that we do doiot doj
iot ot see ho hOv v the court can hesitate j Ifqr Ifqri r ri
i minute There is an abundance abunda lce of ofevidence orIdence
evidence Idence to support any decision that thatmay thatma
may ma be hagded down downBAKERS donBAi
BAKERS BAi < EflS BREAK BREAKV 1
BAI ER or New NewY
REPRESENlATTVE
V York Y iklms has before bcCor demonstrated cmonstran dUiat dUiathe that thathe
he possesses posse 3 many of the qualiQcations qualiQcationsof
of th the genmt enu ass but he never showod showodthem shoodthem
them more clearly than In his remarks remarksin
in the house hou on Monday MQnda on the suit sufr3eet suitjqct
3eet of the assassination sa slnptlon of the t Grand GrandBuke GrandDuke
Duke Sergius He criticized criticized the pres president pres presIdtmt ¬
ident sharply sharI > b for sending the czar cZetra cZetrarlOSSftge a ariossage
riossage of sympathy and expressing expressingthe
the sentlmjsnt that the American peo people peopic ¬
ple viewed the th deed with abhArrence abhArrenceMr abh rrence rrenceMr
Mr Baker thought the president had hadtaken hddt
taken t l En a wrong 11osition position in the matter matterand matternnd
and nnd he left the inference that he per persV pers
sV s nally nalJ believed the assassination ag assln iion of ofSeVgius r rS
SeVgius S r lus was the propexv p1opeJthing thing We Ve oC oCAmerica otAmericn
America may think we do not care a I
great deal what other think f fuS
us uS but we would not like to have the theImpression t e eImpression
Impression go abroadthat abroa that we believe believein
in anarchy anarch and assassination Nor do dove dowe
ve believe the representative from fromNew fromew
New ew York Is it heart a friend of the theassassin thea
assassin a sassln and the tl e anarchist anarchistI
I He is islmply simply a poorly balancedindl balancedindlvisual bnlanced indI indIY
visual Y Ual with a tendency tcnden to talking talking first firstj firstand
j and thinking afterward It does not notmake notmake
make apy difference dUI rence how cruel a ty tyrant t tlflnt ¬
rant Sergius was his assassination assassinationcannot assassina90n assassina90neannot
cannot by any line of reasoning be bejustified bej
justified j Ufted or condoned It was a crul crulbarbarous crulbarbarous
barbarous and unnecessary unne essary crime crimeRegarding crimeegardng
Regarding the propriety of the pres presidents presidents ¬
idents message of f sympathy on on ac account account ¬
count of Serglus and his withholding of ofa or ora
a similar message when the czars czarstroops czarS czarStroops
troops shot down the strikers in St StPetersburg StPctc15burg
Petersburg there may ma be a difference differenceof
of opinion But certainly there would wouldhave i
have been grave impropriety in send sending sendIng ¬
ing Ing the strikers Gtrik rs a message of sym sympathyfor s m mrah ¬
pathyfor rah for they were in revolt against againsttheir againsttheir
their country counh however howe r just their cause causemay causem
may m have been be n Such a message might mighthave mightJave
have Jave Involved the United States in se serious serious ¬
rious complications complicationsTo complicatio s sTo
To revert to Baker He seems to tolose tolose
lose no opportunity to make a nuisance nuisancecf
cf himself If by his antics antf < s he has hasbeen ha habeen
been of the least assistance to his hisDemocratic 1115Democratic
Democratic colleagues we have not notbeen notable
been able to discover dlsco er it And thefact thefactthat U1C fact facttbat
that he Is given gl en the floor so often oftenvhen
vhen th th Republicans could if they theywould
would kepp Iie p him off of of it indicates that thatthey thatt
they t e do not regard him as any Demo Democratic DemocaUe ¬
cratic Moses MosesWith lIbsesVlth
With all due respect to Father Hag Haggerty Haggerto
gerty we venture to suggest sug est that graft graftunionism graftunionfam
unionism does the Tause ause of union labor laborvastly lnborva
vastly va tly more harm ha m than craft unionism
If other states statesm will follow the exam ¬
ple dl of Kansas and establish oil relin relineries renneries
eries ofi o thefr own n some hnrd sledding sleddingtor sleddingor
tor or th > Standard Oil trust mightbcv mightbcvueated mlght be
ueated ueatedWe 1 eated eatedWe
We are beginning to believer tha t our ourSTondchildrens ourI
STondchildrens I grandchildren wont wontdie wontdie
die of old age ge before the Uintah res reservation reservatfon ¬
ervation is thrown open to public set settlement
1 tlemtnt tlementThe N NThe
The real reasonfor the moderation m deratlon in inthe intbe
the weather Is found In the fact that thatJohn thatJohn
John W WGates Gates passed throughthis throughthissection through this thissectlonthe
section sectlonthe the other night Mr fr Gates you youknow 3ooukno
know kno Is described as a
very ery warm warmmember warmmember
member memberIf
If the city cit council really wants to tomake
make itself popular pOP lar it will promptly prompthbegin
begin consideration m of that NewhousC NewhousCoffer NewhousofTer <
offer Firstclasa lights at reasonable re sonable sonableprices
I prices would OUld be a legacy any an council councilmight
j might be proud p1 ud to leave behind it itJ It4t
J 4t t last John Maynard Hajlan H rlan has hasteen hase
teen e l nominated > by y the Republicans Republicansfor
for or mayor of Chicago Harlan has hasbeen hilsbe
been be n just achingfor a beating on the theRepublican theRepublican
Republican ticket for about ten years yearsNow ears
Now gw hes l1e s In I a fair alr way wny to tohac have if ifhanded It
handed to 0 him himThe hImThe
The Wyoming state senate theother theotherday thlotherday
day killed a resolution requesting the thesupport thcVyomlng
Vyomlng d legatfon In onSress to tosupport
support the president in his efforts florts to tostrengthen tostrengthell
strengthen the hands of the interstate interstatef
f commerce commission The members membersof
of that body seem determined to pass pass passinto
into history hlstoryas as the t e ilfet t ayeraijie ri e col collection c l lJectlon ¬
lection of < masses evergatheredlit ever sathercd t fhe fhestate 4e 4estate
state capital caJlf f fII r l
II
1 1 rf J il V VM 1
M MrsaivLi Hdppaugh ndP aU h wasthe ho hostess hostessyesterday i
Yesterdayat yesterday at the th first of a series of of6uchre orti
6uchre ti hre parties p rtieS of which hlch the second secondwill s c d dwm
will bfe given today tod The house was ras
decorated dec rated sorgeoujsly SQrgeoJ dy in the national nationalcolors natJnalcolors
colors flags and bunting hanging
everywhere The sahiq sanwldea idea was car carried carrled ¬
ried out in the th tallies and score cards cardswhich
which were tiny ratchets Even the theretreshm
refreshments retreshm nts were all done in the same samecolors
colors and flowers of the three colors co ors
added ad ed to the effect Nine table t bl were w re
filled fiU d with the players playersA pla r5 r5Iri
Mra Iri A C E Richards Richards1tWUhltrs with Mrs Agnes gncs
Osborne Osbo e as s accompanist will repeatlo repe JQ
night the reading of Enoch Ardefi
with the muSic mu lc by Richard Strauss The
reading wU mbe be given in the h First Flrot Con n ¬
gregational gre Uonal church and nd will be under l er
fhe he auspices auspic s ot the Ladies ladl Aid sogfety s0919tPot
of that church chtirchMrs churchIJS
Mrs IJS C W Fifield entertained a few fewrlenWi
friends at bridge yesterday ye t rdaY afternoon HcrJigQn
In compliment to Miss nss Lillian Waller VpI el
Mrs W V P Kiser wiil entertain in her
honor Thursday afternoon and Mrs Mr H
I L Miller will give an Informal affair
for her Friday 6 I
Tho university unl ersit assembly aS eJ bl h hall all present presented P resented ¬
ed a brilliant picture last evening the theoccasion theo
occasion o C3slon being beln tho grand ball and xSoUii oUn
ty falir t h given by the th various fraternities fraternitiesof tJ ternities ternitiesof
of th tb < B institution The he entire hall was
decorated deora > d in the national colors and andstrings andstringt
strings of Janterns added to the th ef ¬
fect t d Flag Fl g and bunting hid the en ¬
trances to the th booths of which six sixwerearranged sixwJ
werearranged wJ r rtaJg c1 around the hall The
various societies ied with ope pe another a other
in their heirltt9 attire and an the attractvengss attractvengssof ttmctlen s soC
of their booths The college women
dressed as English barmaids served servedcrder
jiger < The he Theta Upsilon girls were
d sed In 11 colonial costumes cost II1 s nd so soere
were ere the t e girls qf the loivep classes la s s All
the men werein werq in gala attlre > 5olonial
costumes predominating Many mem ¬
bers b erg of the faculty were present 1 and
besides esi tho college colle c people PCbp c proper many I
guest gu st from tawrv tQW werein were In attendance attendanceMrs
1t 1t
Mrs Reed SntOQt left Sunday even
Ing accompanied by her son Harold Haroldo I
to o lolri 01J Senator S ato1 Smoot in Washington Washingtonfl iVnshtngtonInster
fl
Master Morton Sterling han issuei
Invitations for a Washingtons Dirth
day da luncheon to be given today todayThe todayThc
The Bonita club will 111 give gh e its first
dance da nce this evening in Unity hall hallA hnllA
A Los Angeles An eles jjaper aper contains a
lengthy account a count of a valentine dttnce dttncegiven d tnce tncegiven
given givenJast Jast Tuesday Tue5da evening ev nfng incompli incompliment in compli compliment ¬
ment to Miss Lila Fairchlld and John
G Mott whose nuptials take place placeshortly placshortly
shortly Miss Fairchild will be re remembered remembered ¬
membered by b many man friends here > vith itb
whom sho became acquainted as a guest guestof guestot
of Mr and Mrs r vid S Murray Mrs lIrs1urray
Murray who is siting Mrs ljrs Jevne in
Los Angeles will be one one of the receiv ¬
ing Ingparty party Miss I1ss Fairchild l is Isa a cousin cousinof coustnot
of Mrs Jack Jevne and the Jevne Je ne
family gave ga e the elaborate entertain entertainment entertainment ¬
ment in her honor ho or
I IAmong
ijt ijtAmong
Among those who will entertain ent rtnln at atcards atcards
cards this afternoon are Mrs C H
McCoy lr < co Mrs l Irs W 1 Mil Bradley radleylu Mis rj
Eleanor Crawford Cm wfordand and Mrs lr5 A Ik
Hoppaugh
Senator and Mrs Sutherland will
leave the latter part of tticj present
I vXeek for Washington MrgIiJ trojELR RSutfirJ SutIij
erland will wlIlbe be at home homewlth with Miss Edith Edithat Edithat
at 36S 36SFirst First street during their absence absenceMr absenceIf
If If IfIt
Mr It and Mrs H J Burt entertained entertainet1at
at dinner Monday Monda evening In honor of
Mr and Mrs A E Smith SmithThe SmithThe
The music section ofthe ot tho Ladies le Jit Jiterary lt lteraryclubwill
eraryclubwill erary club v11l meethts meetlhts jnorning al at
the club h5u h ut3e e Wagner S11er will be the
composer studied and a special pro programme programmewill
gramme grammewill will be presented by several of
the musicians of the section sectionThe sectionIf
If 1t
The Daughters of the American Re Revolution Revolution ¬
volution and the he Daughters of the Re Revolution R Rvolutlon
volution will hold both meetings today toda
the former In the afternoon at the
home of Mrs Henry Henr La Motte l tte The ThEr
D A R will entertain thejr friends at
the home of Mrs Walter Talter J Beatie with witha
a patriotic programme In the evening eveningThe
The Third Street Card a d club will meet me t
next week wlthJMrs w tblirs H C Brownlee at
2i7 Eleventh EI enth East street streetMrs streetMr >
Mrs Mr Samuel Woodward and Miss Hss
Lillian Woodward entertained e11ert ihed again againyesterday ngainyeBterdLy
yesterday at bridge the affair being in incompliment n ncomplin
compliment son complin entto to Mrs J Walcott Thomp J
The marriage of Miss Lillian Gates
daughter of Mrs Irs Mary Gates and
Louis J Knight took place pl ee last even ¬
ing at the home of the brides mother
The ceremony ceremon was read by b Judge Wil ¬
liam H King and was aJ witnessed by
only the relatives and few intimate Intimaterlcnds
friends The bride was wasatteded attended by
Miss Lena Bachman B cnman of oProv Provd aod Ar ¬
thur Gates her brother was the best bes
man Mr and Mrs Knight will m make
their home In this city cityMrs cit
go go1rs
Mrs H S Hyde of Kimberley Kimber ley is i vis vi ¬ I
iting her parents Mr and Mrs Frank
J f Cannon
I The Thelen sMens club of the First Congre ¬
gational church will m entertain its I
friends at a banquet next Monday in
the church parlors parlorsThe parl rs I
The Mission society of the Presby ¬
terian church gave a 11 colonial social at
the th mission mi lon church last evening
Mr and Mrs J B Evanswill Evans wUl enter
tain Friday Frida
evening eveningMiss I IlIss
Miss lIss Ella Harr will entertain a party
Of her youngr oung friends at the home on
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Southern Utah Man Advances Some SomeStrange SomeStrange
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George Ipson the well known Hunting IIuntfn
ton man undertook to lecture in Castle
dale on Thursday night oji 01 a subject em ¬
bracing the creation of the world its laws
and preservation including the moon sun
and planetary system About a dozen
persons attended the he meeting and Inter ¬
rogated the speaker relative to his
theories that the earth ear h Is a hollow h llow globe
and inhabited on the inside as well as the
outside It is Mr Ipsons opinion that
the opening into the hollow earth at the
south pole Is 2COO miles wide and at the
I north pole it Is about COO miles wide That
the same C solar system supplies heat and
light to the iriner earth folks as ne Is the
outer earth folks source of LfCUJ supply > ply for
such necessities The saeakep contended <
that were not the earth hollow it could
not retain its position In ethereaj space I
He believes It will soon be possible possi lc to toh1
I overcbme h1 the laws of gravitation I and by
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means which he proposes p to t1g patent ic do one
can cause himself to rise above the thecarthb earthb earthbt
attraction and b rtmaInlng stattohaTi
tor a moment or t so o such places plac s on the
face Of the earth that one desires deslr to visit
will roll Around in the course CO rtc of the
carths revolution Alf that Is then iJcn jieces
saiy aJ la to descend In the air carriage un ¬
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one one Is in the deslrcd delrCdpJacc place placeA r rA
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Doans Kidney Pills Their good work
in Salt Lake City Cft still continues and andour andOur
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better proof pr ot of merit can bz b had than thantho
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i South says When Vh n any anyone one is an anroed
I I noyed with persistent aching across acrossthe acrosstbe
the small of the ba > k and through the thekidneys thekidnessome
kidneys kidnessome some of tjie l attacks so bad badtht badth
tht th t one can hardly hardl turn in bed and andstooping andstoopIng
stooping cauaeslshirp twinges across acrossthe acrossthe
the loins one may xnayte > e certain that thfr th thkidneys
kidneys require detention tenUon As a rule
1 everything known fcf tried to check the thetrouble
trouble I perslsteitly persi te tly and consistent consistentIy
Iy tried remedy after remedy remed all guar guaranteed
anteed an teed to cure kidney complaint but butr
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or youth with garments that speak speakvolumes s oak oakolumes
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sive sh stock of highfjradf > instruments
when you make a piano purchase here
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at a low price or one In which is em ¬
bodied an a the good points which go to toefi > I
make can efi find up l either the gee really here ic ica artistic a moderately r piano o orl priced pricedand rl rland you
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Dianeers angers to toe Feared and
Sound the Alarm AlajnuAtlantic AlarmAtlantic
Atlantic City Cit N J JPlleumonfo Pneumonia
which in the words of Edward F
Wells ells of Chicago is a New ew Menace
to Civilization was a subject of of dis ¬
cussion today by the American Medi ¬
cal Association Dr Wells stated that
If I was virtually communicable He
said that the prevalence of pneumonia
was lag remarkably on the increase He
quoted thirty cases of communicable
virulently lrulent1 T He stated that the pneu
coccus was present In th throat and
m nose > se of many persons and that it may
Le communicated by coughing or sneez ¬
ing IpgButIalo Buffalo Times TimesPneumonia TImesI
I Pneumonia is Everywhere EverywhereBe Everyy re reBe
Be Sure SureTake SureTakePreventative Take A APreventative
Preventative PreventativeCure
Cure pneumonia before they call it
pneumonia rn umoniacure cure it while th thEY y call it itit itL
it L cough coughNature coughNature
Nature exjjects every organ to to do its itsdistress
duty Have your lungs sent p the
distress signals An Itching A dry dr drcough
cough coughThey coughThe
They The need aid They are in the con ¬
dition that welcomes s rather than re ¬
pulses the germs of 0 pneumonia and andconsumption andconsumption
consumption See to the weak part in
your defences of life lifeDr HteDr
Dr Ackers English Remedy does this
perfectly and speedily Does more mor than
cure your cough coughstrengthens strengthens your
lungs leaves them clear of deadly adb
germs All druggists sell it i cnts
CO cents and 100 bottles
v Cu ure e uu uusolutely ab absolutely
solutely guaranteed guaranteedAny guaranteedAny
Any reader of The Salt Lake Herald Heraldsending Heraldsending
sending name and address to W H
Hooker Co 24 Ellicott St Buffalo
N Y will receive a free sample bottle bottleof bottleof
of Ackers English Remedy by return returnmail returnmall
mail Write forit today todayTHE todayI todayTHE
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Two Phy PhYilolans ioians Both Agree on the New NewScientific NowScientific
Scientific Dandruff Treatment TreatmantDr
Dr J M Powell of Sz SJok > olcajic Wasbsa Wasn Wasnsays
says sa s Herpicide has given sood ood sails sailsfaction satisfaction
faction in my family for dandruff dandruffDr
Dr W V G Alban of Walla Walla Wallaash
Washsays ash 8as < I find Herpicide all that thatj
is s claimed claim d for It as a dandruff cure I
shall prescribe it Dandruff IB a germ
disease dlsea c aod youcant cure it unlessyou unlessyouthat unless OU
kill thcdandrutr germ and you cant do
that unless you ou Use Newbros Horplclde 1U > rpiCdt
the only onl preparation p paratlon In the world that
destroys the parasites A delightful deU btful hair
dressing allays Itching Itchln instantly insfurttJ makes mak
hair fllosay and nd soic 50L as silk It is 1 a surfc su
dandruff destroyer Sold by b leading It
druggists Send lOc in stamps for sam
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In Effect Oct 9th 19O4 19O42iEAVE 1904LEAVE
LEAVE SALT TATTR CITY CITYNo CITYo
No o 6 for or Denver and East S50AM 850 Alr
No3for o 3for Denver and East J315 PM
No 0 4for for Denver and East East05 05PM PM PMnO
No nO 11 for Ogden and local pointa605 polntaG PM P
No 10 for Hebor Provo and andN
Marysvale SOOAAU 500 AAt
No N o S for Provo and Eureka Eureka500 500 PM
No a for Ogden and West Vestn40 1140 PM
No No1 1 for Ogden and West Vc5tlU 145PM PM
No No5 5 for Ogden and West Vostlb36 1036 AM
No Ire for Park City 815 AM AMNo
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No Noll4 134 for BIngham 300 PM PMABBIVE JMABRIVE
ABBIVE S SALTLAXE ALTT A TEH CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from rom Ogden and local localpoints localpOints
points 950 AM
No 5 from Denvor and East Eastl W25AM W25AMNo A
No 1 trom Den er Ind Enstl36 Pl1 Pl1o
No o 3 UromDener from Denver and East a36 30 PAi M Mo
foa o 9 from Hebor Provo and andN
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No N 40 6 from Ogden and West West844 840 A AJL AJLo L
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N trom Oglen anci Vest 55P
No 7from Crom Eureka and rovol 00AM 00AMNo OO AM
No 101 trom Park City 5 l P M
No 113 from DlnghamlOOO AM
No 116 from Btngham BI ngham 5JO 54 PJM PJMPEHPECT PuPERFEC
PEHPECT DINING CAR SERVICE SERVICEAll
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Direct stage counsctlons coun Uons for rorall all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada NevadaCity
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on Sundays and Holidays HolidaysA
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Everyone can now have the thecorrect thecorrect
correct time as we just added addedthe addedthe
the Independent Phone for forthe forthe
the convenience of those want wanting wanting ¬
ing the correct time in their theirhomes theirh
homes h mes offices or factories factoriesPhone faotoriesPhone
Phone 65 for the correct correcttime correcttime
time either Phone PhoneLAKE PhoneA1T
A1T LAKE CITY cmfSixty CITYsJti
Sixty sJti Years Experience of an Old OJ OJNurse
Nurse iNurseMrs
Mrs Wlnslows Soothing Syrup Is the
prescription pre crlpUon of one of the best femaie <
physicians Jthy leians and nursos In the United
States and has been used for lxty years
with neverfalllnc success by millions of
mothers for their tb lr children cQn < 1 n During DU1in the
process of teething teethln 1U > > value Is Incaicula Incaiculafiiarrhoca
ble It r Heves the cnUd trom > 111n cu cutHarrhoea
fiiarrhoca griping in the bowels bow lS end vrtnct
colic By giving g lng health to the child it
rests the mother Price 75 5 ceaVa a bottle bottleGODBE botUeGODBE
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