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Chicago labor Leaders Ask Assist Assistance Assistanoe Assistance ¬
ance of President PresidentFUTILE PresidentFUTILE
ChtetiB Ch April 8 MAnUellMlting Anticipating thattodays that thattodays tlttlttoday
todays peace conferences in Mayor MayorDUHUCP MayorDunnea I r rDUII
DUHUCP DUII fi Office q + would ould be futile futlletle the Chicago Chi Chicago hl hlago ¬
cago ago Federation of Labor without withoutwaiting withoutwaiting withoutwaitingTor
waiting waitingTor for announcement of the result resultof resultof resultof
of the negotktttene appealed to Presldent Presi President Pr88ldEnt ¬
dent Roo Roosevelt R Ot1eveit and Governor Governor Deneen Deneenfor Deneenfor
for assistance a istance in the teamsters tea mste strike strikeFearing strikeFearing strikeFearing I
Fearing that troops may be sent < to toChicago tohjago toChieago
Chicago to tq preserve order during the thestrike thestrikce thestrike
strike the labor organization has asked askedboth askedlth askedtroth
both the he president and and the governor to toinvestigate toinvestigate toinvestigate
investigate the situation in Chicago be before before before ¬
fore taking any such action To fa facilitate fallltate facllltate ¬
cilitate < the matter a committee was ap appointed apJointed appointed ¬
pointed with orders to communicate at atonce atftnce atonce
once with 1t11 both the president of the na nation nation nation ¬
tion and Governor Deneen President PresidentRoosevelt PesidentRoo PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roo evelt will visit Chicago May ay Sth Sthbut 3thbut Sthbut
but It is the intention of the labor body bodyto bod bodto
to get et in communication with ilk him immediately im immediately Immediately ¬
Ended in Failure FailureA
A determined effort on the part of ofMayor ofMayor ofMayor
Mayor Dunne and his peace committee committeecomposed committeeompoeed committeecomposed
composed of Bishop C P Anderson of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Episcopal l church Rev TIe Jenkins JenkinsLloyd JenkinsLloyd JenkinsLloyd
Lloyd of All Souls church Dr Emil EmilHirsch EmilHirsch EmilHirsch
Hirsch of Sinai temple Miss Jane JaneAdams JaneAdams JaneAdams
Adams of Hullhousc and Dr Cornelia Corneliade
de Bey of Neighborhood house hou to bring bringabout brin brinabout bringabout
about an amicable settlement of the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike was an absolute ab lute failure and ail ailpeace ailpeace
peace negotiations for the present at atleast atleast atleast
least have been declared off offIndications offIhdicaUons offIhdicatlons
Indications tonight are that the strike strikeis
is bound to spread to other firms Both Bothsides Bothsides Bothsides
sides seem determined in the stand they they11ave
have taken All members of the em employers employers employers ¬
ployers association will m insist on all of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their union teamsters making deliveries deliveriesto
to the concerns already Involved in the thestrike thestrike I I6tdk
strike Will Spread Rapidly RapidlyA I
A refusal on the part of any driver to tocomply toom tocomply
comply om pI with Uh this request the employer employerdeclare employeare employersdeclare
declare are will be met with instant dismissal dis dismissal dismi5al ¬
missal The teamsters union has deTared de deBlared dedared
Blared that in every instance where a aunion aunion aunion
union teamster Is discharged for this thisreason thislpason thisreason
reason every union driver employed by bythe bytht bythe
the > firm making the dismissal will be beordered Derdered beordered
ordered on strike With both sides in inthis inthis inthis
this frame of mind there seems to benothing be benothing benothing
nothing which can prevent a a rapid rapidspread rapidspread rapidspread
spread of the strike strikeNine strikeNine strikeNine
Nine hundred extra policemen pol men will willbe wiltbe j jput
be put on duty dut in the downtown dis district dittrlct district ¬
trict tomorrow morning J rnln Three hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred of these will guard wagons of the theexpress thetxpress theexpress
express companies 150 will m be held in inleserve inJ inreserve
reserve J tSf > rve at Central station and the re remainder remainder > ¬
mainder 1 will be assigned to guard thewagons the thewagons thewagons
wagons of the Employers Teaming com company cotnpanr company ¬
pany the new organization org nization which was wasformed wasformed wasformed
formed to take the place of the striking strik striking striking ¬
ing teamsters teamstersNonUnion tEamst teamstersNonUnion rs rsNonUnion
NonUnion Men Secured SecuredThe SecuredThe SecuredThe
The streets were tre free from rioting riotingtoday rjQlin rjQlintoda riotingtoday
today toda as no effort was made to make makedeliveries n18kedpltve makedeliveries
deliveries dpltve to the firms Involved Involv The Theemployers Thepmploers Thevntployers
employers spent the day da in making makin preParatkina pre preparations lKelaraUnn ¬
parations for the coming week and it itOss itw ituhs
Oss w s stated tonight ton tda t that hundreds hun rMs of ofmen ofmen
men hud been n secured ured since nce Saturday Saturdaynight SIltunhtYnight Saturdaynight
night who tto will be put on wagons tomor tomorThe tomor tomoriOW tomorow
iOW to take tM places 0 of tm strikers strikersThf strikersThe
The > express companies fomJ1An had severalt several severalvaRons erat erata
vaRons t a agoras ons et t work in transferring pack packages peckages NIek NIekagf ¬
ages agf > fr from m one railroader railroad tv another No Nointorferetjce NolItrfe Noterferere
intorferetjce lItrfe terferere e on the part Mtrt of the strike strikeHympathixenc strikepnJ1ttki1e strikeyytnpatkiries
Hympathixenc was met withEarly with withKarly withtarly
Early today a mob of 500 men and andl
l h > Ns s headed by a number of striking strikingToanisjer strikingteaniates trlkln trlklnJfam
Toanisjer Jfam raided the main stables of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the Employers Teaming company lOI pany and andstampeded andtam andstampeded
stampeded tam ed the animals animalsWilHam anlmal5ilHam animalstiltiam
WilHam ilHam and nd Harry Grady picture pictureframe pletureframe pklureframe
frame manufacturers who were shot shotarly shotearly t tarly
arly < today and seriously wounded are aresiud arel areid
siud l id d to have been the victims of a mis misunderstanding misundenstandln misunderstanding ¬
understanding Some time ago these thesemm th thnltn thesemen
mm supplied Montgomery Ward WardCompany Wardompaay rxrd rxrdom
Company ompaay om Auy with Uk picture frames fram but their theirontract tlHolrool1trat theirontract
ontract expired > several ven months ago agoIt a aIt agoIt
It is said by b the police > that strike sym sympathisers sympathieers m mpathiRn ¬
pathisers who were ere of the belief that thatThe thatthe thatthe
The Gradys Gntd s were ere still connected Of1t te with withthe withthe withthe
the Ward company made the attack aU3 > k on onthe onthe onthe
the two t 0 men menAPPROVE
APPROVE THE PLAN PLANStockholm PLANStodltltOlm PLANStockholm
Stockholm April 30 3OThe The specialonunitteeS special specialcommittees spetl l lConunittftS
committees of Ijoth h chambers of parlia parliament parJIal11fUt paritamet ¬
met have decided to send a joint com commission eoml1l comtnissiou ¬
mission l1l s = lon to the government expressing expressingentire elIMe5sin1ntire expressingentire
entire approval and assent to the t pro proposiils po1lo pro1l
posiils 1lo 1l ale lls of Crown Prince GustaW GUstaY April Aprilfor Aprilh
h for the Initiation of negotiations ne latkms as asfollows aslIos asfat
fat follows followsFirst lows lIosuFtrstA lowsFirstA
uFtrstA First A common Swedish or Nor Norwegian XorgiaR Norreglaa ¬
wegian giaR foreign forei minister mini er erh i iSecond ISecondA
h SecondA Second dA A special consular service servkefor s servicefrn < < Yke YkefOI
for tack country the consuls to be beunder beu beunder
under u ndE > r the direction of the foreign foreignminister foreignmin foreignminiStSI
minister min itel in all matters affecting relations rela relations reIaHong ¬
tions with foreign countries countriesDouble countriesf countriesDouble
f 0 0Double
Double Track TrackThe TrackThe TrackThe
The Chicago Northwestern Is the theonlv theonly
only on line double tracked Missouri river riverto riverto herto I
to Chicago and maintains the fastest fastestservice fastestEerYfce fastestservice
service between Omaha and the city at atthe atthe I Ithe
the head of the lakes lakesIn lakesIr lakesIn
In connection with ith the Union Pacific Pacificthree Pacifichret Pacificthree
three daily dan trains run through solid to toChicago toCbicaao toChicago
Chicago For information consult C A AWalker AWalker Aalker
Walker alker general agent 3S West 2d d So Sostreet So6treet Sostreet
street Salt Lake City
Funeral of Joseph Jefferson at Buzzards Bay BayBody Body laida laidAway Laid LaidAway LaidAway
Away In Bay Bayview view Cemetery at Sandwich SandwichMassachusetts Sand SandwichMassachusetts ichl ichlMassachusetts
UZZARDS BAY Mass April 30 30triivj
BUZZARDS FolIQwIng triivj o trc services vi vipressfve that were tmI tmIpressfe im impressive
pressfve In their simplicity and andsuggestive andsugge andsuggedtive
suggestive sugge Uve of the characterofthe character f the dis distinguished disUnOlshed distinguished ¬
tinguished actor the body of Joseph JosephJefferson JosephJeffeI8Oll JosephJefferson
Jefferson was today t daj laid i I away at the theBayview theBayview theBayview
Bayview cemetery cemeteryin in Sandwich SandwichMr
Mr fr Jeffersons five sons a score of ofintimate ofnUmate ofintimate
intimate friends and a hundred hnndredorI ormore ormorevillagers ormorevillagers ore orelt1agers
villagers gathered about the open opengrave opengraVe opengrave
graVe grave while the commitment service servicewas ryice ryicewas
was read then all withdrew with the theexception theexception I Ie
e exception eeptl n of o Charles B Jefferson Jffen n who whoalone whoaIon whoalone
alone watched the casket as it was waslowered wasIoered waslowered
lowered to its linaJL resting r tjng place placeTonight IlllceTonight placeTonight
Tonight a police officer remained rer iained at atthe atthe atthe
the grave and this guard will be con continued continued continued ¬
tinued for several days daysBrief daysBri daysBrief
Brief Bri f Service Held HeldAt HeldAt HeldAt
At 11 oclock this this morning mornin < a brief briefservice brierservice briefservice
service was held at Crows Nest the theJefferson theJefferson
Jefferson J summer cottage here Only Onlyimmediate Onlyimmediate
immediate relatives and intimate intimatefriends intimatefriends intimatefriends I
friends were present The morning morningtrain morningtrain
train from Boston brought twentyfive twentyfivefriends twentyfiefriends twentyfivefriends
friends in addition to those who were werealready werealreadY werealready
already here The former included Dr DrRichard DrRlch DrRichard
Richard Rlch rd Watson Gilder editor of the theCentury theCentur theCentury
Century Centur and E A Taft of Boston Bostonpresident Bostonpresident Bostonpresident
president of the New York Boston BostonDispatch I IDispatch iDispatch
Dispatch Grover Cleveland was un unable unable ¬
able to be here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The casket had been placed in the thelibrary UlelIbrar thelibrary
library lIbrar and was banked on all sides sidesby sidesby I IbJ
by flowers There were pieces from the thePLACES thePLACES I IPLACES
1 1Forest
Forest Reserves Now Tinder nder Civil Ser Service Service Service ¬
vice Rules RulesCHANCE RulesCHANCE
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashint HeraldWashington
Washington Washint n April 30 lQGifford Gifford Pin Pinchot Pinchot Pinchot
chot forester of the department of ag agriculture abrkulture agrkulture ¬
rkulture has formulated a set of rules rulesto rulesto rulesto
to govern the employment of persons personsin
in the forestry service which was wasplaced wasplaced waspieced
placed recently in the classified civil civilservice civilserviee civilservice
service serviceUnder servieeUnder serviceUnder
Under the present organization the thefield thefield theSaid
field force of the forest service now nowcontains noWcontains nowcontains
contains the grades of forest inspectorforest inspector inspectorforest Inspectorforest
forest supervisor forest assistant and andforest andforest andforest
forest ranger and the salaries paid are areas areas areas
as follows Inspectors a per diem of offrom offrom offrom
from 8 to 5 and expenses supervisors supervisorsSUHto supeni60lSl supervisorsF1000
SUHto l to 2000 a year forest assistants assistantsHi
596 Hi o to 5140 14M a year forest fore t rangers rangersto
572 72 B to 1 1tiSS S a year or 60 to 9 80 a amonth amonth amonth
Proposed Organization OrganizationFor
For the purpose of encouraging enura illg good goodHII gOOluten goodmen
men HII to enter the service and < to do dogood dogood u ugood
good work ork as well en as to utilise ther therexperience the r rexperience
experience appointments to the t posi position position pealtion ¬
tion of forest supervisor are made by bythe bythe bythe
the promotion of competent forest rang rangers raJlters rangers ¬
ers or forest for assistants as istant when hen the latter lat latter lAtter ¬
ter can n be found in the state or terri territories territories teedtories ¬
tories in which the vacancies exist existShould ex existShould t tShould
Should there be no thoroughly satis satisfactory saUsractor satisfactory ¬
factory ractor resident forest rangers or forest for forest forest ¬
est assistants a s stan L < examinations of other otherapplicants otherapplkants otherapplicants
applicants are held heldThe heldThe heldThe
The qualifications for the position of offorest offorest offorest
forest supervisor include all II those re required required required ¬
quired of forest rangers ran ers as hereafter hereafteroutlined hereafteroutlined hereafteroutlined
outlined with superior business busin > Ss and andadministrative andadminlstratin andadministrative
administrative ability Applicant should shouldnot SllOUldnot shouldnot
not only onl be familiar famiU r with every detail detailof detailof detailof
of the work of the rangers and with withthe withthe withthe
the conditions OmUtlo s of the forest region involved in involved Involved ¬
volved but be able to handle men to todeal todeal todeal
deal with ith all classes of persons who whodo whodo
do business with the forest reserve reservemanagement r reservemanagement tre
management and to conduct the trans transactions tnmsacUoJlf transactions ¬
actions records re < Ords and correspondence corr pondene of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the office Knowledge of technical for forestry forestlJ forestry ¬
estry is desirable but not essential essentialCandidates essentialCandidates essentialCandidates
Candidates for the position of forest forestsupervisor forestsuperYisor forestsupervisor
supervisor are required to furnish the themost themost themost
most convincing proof of their moral moraland moraland moraland
and business responsibilitySpecial responsibility responsibilitySpecial responsibilitSp
Special Sp cial Fitness Considered ConsideredWhile ConsideredWhile ConsideredWhile
While certain general qualifications qualificationsare
are Insisted upon in every case c se special spe special speial ¬
cial ial fitness for employment in a speci specified specifkd ¬
led region is always considered In Inmany Inman3o Inmany
many heavily forested regions knowl knowledge knowledge knowledge ¬
edge of timber and lumbering is more moreimportant moreimportant moreimportant
important than familiarity with thelivestock the thelivestock theliestOtk
livestock business while hl the opposite oppositeis
is true in several interior reserves reserveswhere rescrYeshere reserveswhere
where here grazing problems are numerous numerousand numerousand numerousand
and little if any an timber is sold soldForest 501dForest soldForest
Forest supervisors sU risors must give their theirentire theirenUre theirentire
entire time to the service They have havefull havefull lave lavefull
full charge of their reserves r enes plan and anddirect anddirect anddirect
direct all work have entire disposition dispositionof
of rangers and other assistants and andare andare andare
are responsible for the efficiency e of oftheir oft11eir oftheir
their local service Under instructions instructionsfrom instructionsfrom instructionsfrom
from the forester supervisors deal with withthe Iiththe j jthe
the public in all business connectedwith connected connectedwith
with the sale of timber the control controlof
of grazing the issuing of permits permi and andthe andthe andthe
the application of other regulations for forthe forthe forthe
the use and occupancy of forest re1 re
If IfY IfYou You ou Dont ont Care AboutGood AboutGood About AboutGood
Good Clothes We Cant CantInterest CantInterest CantInterest
Interest You If YouDo YouDo You YouDo
Do We Can CanThe Canfastidious
The Theshop fastidious fastidi us dressers kijiow ow tl tlThe tljis tljisshop tijisshop
shop best They know everything everythingin everyin everyinin f
in the shop is is good They know knowH now nowH
H S M i 1 clothes They wear wearthem veerthem vear vearthem
them and will 1 wear yea ar no others We Wecan Wecan Wecan
can can interest any man who 1ho knows knowsgood knows knowsgood kpovgood
good clothes clothesRICHARDSON cIa these theseRicHARDSON s I
At The Sign Signof SignFOUl
of the Four Sp i4
1 IJ1 eT8 J S J I7r2 7 IN
Players club of New ew York and the theBohemian theBohemian theBohemian
Bohemian club of Sari Francisco from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Old Colony club of Sandwich of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which Mr Ir Jefferson was long the pres president presIdent president ¬
ident and from well ell known actors and andactresses andactresses andactresses
actresses in all parts of the coun country COUI1tr country ¬
try tr
Favorite Poem Read ReadThe ReadThe ReadThe
The services sen ices opened with the read reading reading reading ¬
ing by b Dr Edward A Horton of Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton chaplain of the state senate of ofMr ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir Jeffersons favorite poem Tenny Tennysons Tennysons lennysons ¬
sons Crossing Cr sing the Bar Dr Horton Hortonthen Hortonthen Hortonthen
then referred briefly brlefi to the simple life lifeami lifeand lifea
and a dd kindly deeds of the actor A Aprayer Aprayer Aprayer
prayer concluded the service and the thecasket thecasket thecasket
casket was immediately Immc iatclJ placed in a afuneral afuneral afuneral
funeral carriage preparatory to its removal re removal removal ¬
moval to Bayview cemetery at Sand Sandwich Sandwich ¬
wich a distance of eight miles milesWhile milesYhlle milesWhile
While the procession was as on its way waya
a public memorial meeting was wa held heldin heldin i
in the Sandwich town to hall at which whichall whichall whichall
all the clergymen clerg mel1 of the town partici participated participated participated ¬
pated At the grave which had been beenprepared beenprepared beenprepared
prepared in the lot purchased by byCharles b bCharles byCharles
Charles B Jefferson at the suggestion suggestionof
of his father two years elus ago the flow flowers flowers flowers ¬
ers which had been brought from fromCrows fromCrows fromCrows
Crows Nest were arranged In a way wayto wa wato wayto
to quite conceal the casket from fromiew fromiewHere View ViewHere viewHere
Here the services were brief Dr Hor Horton Horton Horton ¬
ton read the Unitarian burial service servicethen servicethen servicethen
then withdrawing with the mourners mournersand mournersand mournersand
and their friends leaving Charles B BJefferson BJefferson BJefferson
Jefferson alone for a time with the thedead timedean I Idead
dead deadserves deanserves v vserves
serves They keep the records and a aounts ac accounts ac accounts ¬
counts and conduct the correspondence correspon correspondence correspondtnce ¬
dence and general office business of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their reserves and make reports to tothe tothe tothe
the forester on all matters under their theirjurisdiction theirjurisdiction theirjurisdiction
Forest AssistantsThe Assistants AssistantsThe AssistantsThe
The position of forest assistant re requires requiros requires ¬
quires technical qualifications of a ahigh ahigh ahigh
high order and entails an examination examinationwhich examinationwh examinationwhich
which wh ch no man may reasonably expect expectto
to pass unless he has been thoroughly thoroughlytrained thoroughlytrained
trained in scientific forestry dendrol dendrology dendrology dendrology ¬ I
ogy and lumbering Forest assistants assistantsmay assistantsmay assistantsmay
may be assigned to any part of the theUnited theUnited theunited
United States and must be competent competentto
to handle technical lines of work suchas such suchas 9uchas
as the preparation of working workin plans plansand plansand plansand
and planting plans the investigation investigationof
of the silvical characteristics ynd nd the theuse theuse theuse
use of commercial trees the study of ofproblems ofproblems
problems in wood preservation and to toconduct toconduct toconduct
conduct many other investigations inv stigations re requiring requiring ¬
quiring uiriJ a trained forester foresterForest foresterForest foresterForest
Forest Rangers RangersTo
To be eligible as forest ranger of o any anygrade au aurade anygrade
grade rade the applicant must be first of ofall orall ofall
all thoroughly sound and able bodied bodiedcapable bodied818ble bodiedcapable
capable < of enduring hardships and of ofperforming ofperforming ofperforming
performing severe labor under trying tryingconditions tryingconditions tryingconditions
conditions Invalids seeking eking light out outofdoor outofdoor outofdoor
ofdoor employment need not apply applyNo applyNo applyNo
No one may expect expe < t to pass the exam examination examInation examination ¬
ination who is not already able to totake totake totake
take care of himself and his horses in inregions inregions inregions
regions remote from settlement and andsupplies andsupplies andsupplies
supplies He must be able to build buildtrails buildtrails buildtrails
trails and cabins and to pack in pro provisions proisions provisions ¬
visions without assistance He must mustknow mustknow mustknow
know something of surveying esti estimating estimating estimating ¬
mating and sxaling s along lini timber lumbering lumberingand
and the livestock business On some somereserves somereserves omereserves
reserves the forest ranger must be a aspecialist aipeci aspecialist
specialist ipeci dist In one or more of these lines linesof lincsof linesof
of work Thorough familiarity with withthe withthe withthe
the region in which h he seeks employ employment employment employment ¬
ment including in < ludinJ its geography and its itsforest Itsforest Itsforest
forest and industrial conditions is usu usually usually usually ¬
ally demanded dt > mandf > fl although lack of this thismay thismay thismay
may b be supplied by experience in other othersimilar othersimilar othersimilar
similar regions regionsThe re regionsThe iofls ioflsThe
The examination of applicants is isalong isakH1b isalong
along th the praeUfcal practl l lifif 1iJ li lh F indicatedabove indicated indicatedabove
above and actual demonstration by byperformance byperformance byperformance 1
performance is required Experience Experiencenot <
not book education is sought although althoughability althoughability althoughability
ability to make simple maps and write writeintelligent writeintelligent writeintelligent
intelligent reports upon ordinary re reserve rerve reserve ¬
serve rve business is essentialAlthough essential essentialAlthough es ntial ntialAlthough
Although initial appointment to for forest forfSt forest ¬
est ranger is usuallyto usually to the lowe lowest lowestde lowestgrade t tgrade
grade de in eases of merit service there thereperiod therein
in may be only for a short pr prbutlonaTY prbutlonaTYperiod batfonary batfonaryperiod
period Increase In < r se of salary salar above themaximum the themaximum I
maximum for a forest ranger can be besecured heerurtfi besecured
secured only Qnl by promotion to the po position position position ¬
sition of dep deputy ty forest supervisor or orforest orforE5t orforest
forest supervisor when a vacancy ov ovcurs Otcuns occurs
curs It is the policy poJi to fill such va vacancies vacancies a aeanies ¬
cancies by promotion of forest rang rangers rangen rangers ¬
ers of forest assistants when competent compe competent comlttent ¬
tent men can 811 be found rather than thanthe thanthe I Ithe
the appointment of men without for forest forest ¬
est f > St reserve r ne experience although other otherwise otl1trWj otherwise ¬
wise Wj t > well fittedWhere fitted fittedWhere fittt > d dVhere
Where boats saddle horses or peck imckhorses JtH peckhorses k khon
horses hon < es are necessary nk fary in the perform performance performanee performance ¬
ance of their duty rangers are required requiredto requir d dt
to t own and maintain them themEntire themEntire themEntire
Entire Time Required RequiredThe
The entire time of rangers must be begiven beglyen begiven
given to the service rvke Engagement in inother inother inother
other occupation or employment Is not notpermitted notpermitted
permitted Forest rangers execute the thework thework thework
work of the forest reserves under the thedirection thedlreetion thedirection I
direction of the forest supervisor Their Theirduties Theirduties
duties include patrol to prevent fire fireand fireand lireand 1
and trespass estimating surveying sUl ing and andmarking andmarkin andmarking
marking timber and the supervision supervisionof
of cuttings They issue minor permits permitsbuild permitsbuild JermiLSbuild
build cabins and trains enforce graz grazing grazing grazing ¬
ing restrictions investigate claimsand claims claimsand claimsand
and arrest for violation violations violationof s of reserve reservelaws resenelaws reservelaws
laws lawsIn lawsIn lawsIn
In addition to the permanent classified classi classified dassified ¬
fied force which hieh comprises compri the forest forestservice forestserice forestservice
service temporary assistants are em employed employed m mployed ¬
ployed during duri1l the season of serious seriousdanger seriousdaner seriousdanger
danger from fires These guards are areknown areknown
known as forest guards They are paid paidat paidat paidat I
at the rate of 60 5 to SCO 60 a month n bnth and andserve andserve
serve only as long as they are are abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬ I
lutely required in no case over six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months in one year yearNo 3earNo yearNo
No examination is required of appli applicants appliants applicants ¬
cants for the thepositiof Vp03ition positionof of forest guard guardThey guardThey guardThey
They are employed emplo d when the fire pa patrol patrol patrol ¬
work res ad addition addition d ddition ¬
trol or other oth > r special requires requ
dition to the t rcbhilar Tular Iar reserve force forceApplicants forceApplicants forceApplicants
Applicants for employment as forest forestguard forestguard I Iguard
guard must be made to the forest su supervisor sppervisor ¬
pervisor He will require sobriety in industry indUl5tlJ industry ¬
dustry physical phy ic81 ability and lHl effective effectiveness effectiveness effectiveness ¬
ness and will Ii1l give preference to local localresidents localresidents
residents of whose fitness he h is fullysatisfied fully fullysatisfied fullysatislied
satisfied He may ma himself direct the thework thework timework i
work of forest guards or place them themunder themunder themunder
under the supervision of a rangerGrocers ranger rangerGrocers
4521 4521Grocers
Grocers who carry Burnetts Vanilla Vanillaneed Vanillaneed Vanillaneed
need not worry WOTt about pure food laws No Nostate Nostate I Istat
state board has ever questioned its purity puritySEPARATE puritySEPARATE
Apostolic Delegate to tocan Canada Canada a Reports Reportsto eportsto
to Vatican VaticanRome V VaticanRome tican ticanRome
Rome April 30 3tThe The Vatican vatIc n has re received receh ¬ I IcelvEd
ceived ceh ed from from Mgr Sbarretti the aposto apostolic hJostou ¬
lic u delegate at Ottawa JUaWaa a full report reportconcerning repurtconcern reportconcerning
concerning concern ng his alleged aIJ ged interference in inths Inth inthe
the th 3ianl Msniieba niebo eba boundary undalJ extension Mgr MgrSbarrctll MgrSbarrettl Igr IgrSbarreUi
Sbarrctll gives the most detailed par particulars ptlrt particulars ¬
ticulars t ulllrs of the whole affair denying denyingemphatically den denyingemphatically lng lngemphatically
emphatically that he had any an uifder uifderstanding ulqerstandillt uttderstanding
standing with Premier Laurier or other othermembers Qthcrmembers othermembers
members of o the tit Canadian C nadian government governmentto
to have the Catholic school s hool question questionconnected questionconnected questionconnected
connected with the extension of the theboundaries thebo theboundaries
boundaries bo ndari s of Manitoba l He only ad admits admits ad admits ¬
mits that he met Attorney General GeneralCampbell GeneralCampbell GeneralCampbell
Campbell of Manitoba and discussed discussedwith df5cu5 discussedwith d dwith
with him the best means of ameliorat ameliorating amelloIatlug amelioratlug ¬
lug the educational system in connection connec connection connection ¬
tion with r Ith the Catholics and also in the theinterests theinterEsts theinterests
interests of Manitoba anitoba as otherwise the theterritories thEterritories theterritories >
territories where Catholics are entitled entitledto
to have separate schools would be op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed to joining Manitoba ManitobaCardinal ManitobaCardinal ManitobaCardinal
Cardinal Merry rerrJ Del Val the papal papalsecretary papalsecretary Dapalsecretary
secretary of state took the report to tothe tothe tothe
the pope and they had a long discus discussion discussion discuslion ¬
sion on the subject subjectRoyal subjectROBI subjectRoyal
Royal Bread nr ail stands for purity pt ilty and andcleanliness andcleanlll1es andcleanliue
cleanliness s Our crown label ou oh every everyloaf cvetJloaf everyloaf
Price1 Priceless ss Boon Conferred Upon Long LongSuffering LongSuffering LongSuffering
Suffering Russian People PeopleEMPERORS Peopleq PeopleEMPERORS PeopleEMPERORS
1 1St
St Petersburg Pet rsburg May Iay 1 220 a am amRlBl m mR mRsal
R RlBl al religious freedom conferred conf rred upon uponhis uponhissubjects uponhis
his hissubjects s subjects bjects by b Enip Emperor ror Nicholas as asan I Ian Ian
an Easter gift is a historic event of ofthe otthe ofthe
the highest significance in comparison comparisonwith comlHlrJSOnwith comparisonwith
with which the remission of millions millionsof lJilHonsof
of dollars of taxes to the peasantry a along along along
long list of decorations and six pages pagesof pagesof lagesof
of promotions of bureaucratic officials officialsare
are hardly worthy orthy of comment commentLiberty commentLiberty commentLiberty
Liberty of conscience has been re repeatedly repeatdly repeatedly ¬
peatedly proclaimed and nd Procurator ProcuratorPobedqnostzeff ProcuratorPobedgnostzeff
Pobedqnostzeff in his famous reply repl to tothe tothe tothe
the evangelical a ngeJIca I petition of 1SS8 con contended contended contended ¬ I
tended that it existed in the empire empireThe empireThe
The fact is that as a trysting place placeall placeall placeall i
all religions have been tolerated In InRussia inRussia I
Russia but none has been allowedto allowedtotrespass allowed to totrespass
trespass upon the orthodox faith as asenunciated asenunciated asenunciated I
enunciated from the mosque mo que that faces facesthe facesthe facesthe
the Church on the Nevskl eskl in St Pe Petersburg ¬ Itersburg I Itersburg
tersburg People were ere free to remain remaintrue remaintrue remaintrue
true to the religion rtli ion of their fathers fathersbut fathersbut fathersbut
but wore forbidden for idden to make prose proselytes pr prbtes prosslytes ¬
None Might Leave LeaveEverybody LeaveEerybody LeaveEverybody
Everybody might enter but none nonemight nonemight nonemight
might leave the ie orthodox church with without without without ¬
out forfeiting all civil rights including includingthe I Ithe
the right to inherit crown property propertyand propertrand propertyand
and In the train of that policy perse persecutions persecutions persecutions ¬
cutions of every conceivable charac character character character ¬
ter were directed against again t the Kas Kaskolniki Uaskolniki Raskolniki
kolniki or dissident sects mid especial especially ¬
ly the old believers Among the Bas Baskolniki Raskolniki Jaskolniki
kolniki are numbered a thousand and andone andone andone
one queer and rustic heresies bred of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great schism caused by b reform of ofthe o othe ofthe
the ancient liturgy and augmented by bythe bythe bythe
the suppression of o the patriachnte by byP byP41er byPater
P41er P ter the Great The old believers believerswho believerswho believerswho
who clung to the old liturgy and made madethe madethe madethe
the sign of the cross with three fingersinstead fingers fingersinstead fingersInstead
instead of two was broken up into nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous sects sec some discarding prients prientsand pri prie ts tsand isand
and sacraments and some trending trendin to toward toward toward ¬
ward free love and immoral practices practiceswhile practiceswhile practiceswhile
while others instituted an episcopate episcopateand
and priesthood of their own and dealt dealtwith dealtwith dealtwith
with all innovations from the west as asinventions asImentlons asinventions
inventions ofthe of the antiChrist eschewing eschew eschewing eshewiug ¬
ing tea coffee and sugar and consid considering considering ¬
ering erln shaving shavin wicked wickedVictims wicker1Victrms wickedVictims
Victims of Persecution PersecutionThese PersecutionTh PersecutionThese
These Th e latter survived countless Ountle s per persecutions persecutions persecutions ¬
secutions for years erS without legal rec recognition recognition recognition ¬
ognition of marriages conducted by bytheir bJtheir bytheir
their priests but nevertheless nen > rtheI > s became becamecommercially becamcommerciaIly becamecommercially
commercially the ablest class in Ru Rusfa Rus Russia RU8sia ¬
sia Morality Ioralit and wealth were the se secrets Sf Sfrets aseretS ¬
crets of their strength This branch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the old believers includes merchant merchantprinces merchantprinces merchantprinces
princes of Moscow rivaling those of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America but they the have never ceased ceasedto cea ed edto
to be regarded as apostates from the theorthodox theorthodox theorthodox
orthodox church and have been b en sub subjected sul1jected subjected ¬
jected to all sorts of legal persecutions persecutionsas
as such suchSome suchSome suchSome
Some Worshipped Nappleon NappleonThe
The hiimMfer hmn J r dissenters have had a amuch a11Ileh amuch
much harder time being hunted down downuntil downuntil downuntil
until secretly s > retIy they gave ave rise rise to a ho horde hordeof hordeof rde rdeof
of strange strdn e sects One On preached redemp redemption l redeinption > delnJ delnJtion ¬
tion by h suicide < and a nd a fiery or bloody bloodyIwptlsm bloodlmptlsm bloodyhaptistn
Iwptlsm others otnE > rs worshipped > d hues of ofNapoleon ofNaltoleon ofNapoleon
Napoleon as the > Messiah believing bf > liping that thathe thathe thathe
he escaped d to Siberia Si ria and would return returnsome returnsome returnsome
some day and establish ESt bHeh a reign of jus justire justice justire
tire and pence and still others othn like likethe IIkpthe likethe
the Flagellants Flagt > lIant Eunuchs Jumpers and andAdamites andAdltmit and4Sdamites
Adamites which are now practically practicallywiped practkaIlwiled practicallywiped
wiped out fcidulged jntittl f > 1 In most licentious licentiousriles IictlItiousrites licentiousrites
rites TIi The Studists and Molkans of ofsouthern ofuUterll ofsouthern
southern uUterll Russia Ru sia now w the th principal principalnonconformists principalnononformist principalnonconformists
nonconformists who might mi ht be deseribed de described dts > ¬
scribed s < ribed as the tn Quakers Quakt > rs of Russia have IIHVCmade
made tremendous trelp > ndqus progress progr in recent recentoften recentyears I IYfaTS
years tn spit spitz bf f ptr Iara uUons which whichoften I Ioften
often have driven them thenieastward eastward and andmade amimade andmade
made them pioneers of Russian Ru silln colo colonization colnttization < 01 01lIizatlon ¬
nization There are in all about 12 12OMttf 12HHUtt
OMttf of these dissidents dissidentsMillions dljdtnttM dissidentsMillions
Millions M Are Affected AffectedThe AffectedThe AffectedThe
The emperors e 1J1f > rors act will also affect affectabout affedabout affectabout
about 4flWW000 belonging to alien alienfaiths alienfaiths alienfaiths
faiths such th as the Jews Catholics and andLutherans andLutherans andLutherans
Lutherans of Poland and the Baltic Balticprovinces Balticnrovin Balticprovinces
provinces nrovin < > tS the th > Protestants of Finland Finlandand Finlandnd Finlandand
and nd the followers of Islam and Budda Buddain
in the Urals the Crimea the Cau Caucasus CaueJsus Caucasus ¬
casus Turkestan and Central Asia AsiaThese AsiaThese AsiaThese
These figure are only approximate as asprobably asprobabh asprobably
probably millions who are nominally nominallyorthodox nominall nominallortho nominallyorthodox
orthodox ortho ox secretly profess other reli religions reliions religions ¬
gions ions Whole oIe villages of Mussulmans Mussulmansbaptized Mussulmansbaptized Iussulmansbaptized
baptized into the orthodox communion communionby
by b R ruse petition in vain to be per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to return to Mohamniendan Mohamniendanisin
isin isinWhile While bile the emperors approval of the theaction theaction
action 8 < 00n of the committee of the minis ministers ministers ¬
ters distinctly holds to orthodoxy as asthe asthe
the state religion and creates the theusual theusual theusual
usual commission rommi siot1 to work out many manydetails man mandetails manydetails
details in connection with the off offspring offspring offspring ¬
spring of mixed marriages during mi minority minority minority ¬
nority legitimization > n of marriages and andregistration andregistration andregistration
registration of deaths and births it italso italso italso
also rescinds a number of acts aimed aimedspecifically aimedspecifieally aimedspecifically
specifically at various religions and es establishes establishes establishes ¬
tablishes the principle principleof of absolute free freedom freedom freedom ¬
dom of worship and the right of every everyRussian eeryRussian everyRussian
Russian who becomes betoin > S of age to change changehis changehis changehis
his confession of faith in which the theassurance theassurance
assurance 6f f religious freedom lies liesIt liesIt liesIt
It also contemplates relief of Cath Catholics Catholics ¬
olics and Polesfrom Poles from the present vex vexatious vexatious vexatious ¬
atious restrictions as to preaching the thecatechism theca thecatechism
catechism ca teeh ism the Russian language etc etcComplete etcComple etcComplete
Complete e Reversal ReversalLogically ReversalLogically ReversalLogically
Logically the emperors action in involves involves involves ¬
volves a complete reversal of the Rus Russian Russian Itussian ¬
sian policy of seeking ekln national t tionul unity unityI
in in conquered provinces in religiousunity religious religiousunity religiousunit
unity unit He has accepted the axiom a iom of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Metropolitan Antonius You can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not hold strange children in the church churchagainst churchagainst hurchagainst
against their will and recognizes in inreligious inreligious inreligious
religious variety good for the nation nationas
as well as for the church itself a aprinciple aptlnclple aprinciple
principle which if acknowledged politloally po politically politlo ¬
litically litlo lly would mean a federated Rus RusAMERICA Russia Rusin
sia in
Notable Features of the National NationalSalon NationalSalon NationalSalon
Salon of French Artists ArtistsParis ArtistsPari ArtistsParis
Paris April 30The 3 The notable features featuresof
of the national salon of French artists artistsjuflt artistsjlf artistsjust
just jlf t opened at the Grand Palace are areKdouard areEdouard arehdouard
Kdouard Detaillels Apotheosis of ofGlory ofGlor ofGlory
Glory Glor intended for the Pantheon PantheonHenry P PantheonHenry ntheon ntheonHenlJ
Henry Martins large canvas represent representing representing representing ¬
ing Summer HoffbauerS A New NeuYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Roof Garden and a portrait by byLawton bjLawton byLawton
Lawton Parker of Nebraska cbrak Other OtherAmerican OtherAmeIcan OtherAmerican
American exhibitors attracting atten attention nttent attention ¬
tion t m are Daniel D8hi 1 Ridgway Knight of ofPhiladelphia orPhlladelphlawith ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phlladelphlawith with Peasant peas nt Girls = I Gath Gathering Gathering Gatherlug ¬
ering Grapes Aston K Knight ight of Phila Philadelphia Philaelphia Philadelphla ¬
delphia a strong landscape land cpe The Tor Torrent Torrent forrent ¬
rent Percival I Rogsseau Rousseau of NewOrleans NewOrleans New NewOrleans
Orleans Hunting Dogs f and Jules JulesPage JulesPage JulesPage
Page of San Francisco A Dutch In Interior InterIor Interior ¬
terior teriorAmong terIorAmong teriorAmong
Among the other Americans Srepro Sreprosented reprtJseuted repro reproseated
seated are a Bridgman M Mdcevvon J cetVen and andRichar andRichard andRichard
Richard Richard Miller of St Louis and nrl Arthur ArthurSpeaf ArthurSpear ArthurSpear
Spear and Everett Warner of Wash Washington Washington VashInglon ¬
ingtonIncluded ington ingtonIncluded InglonIncluded
Included among amon the American sculptors sculp sculptors flculptors ¬
tors exhibiting are Frederick Fr derick Macaibn lfacMonnles Macaibnnles rclTonnhs
nles Richard Brooks Amory SimOns SimOnsand Simonsnd Slmonsand
and nd Janette Scudder ScudderRing Scuddere ScudderRing
e e eRllJg a
Ring put out 1t the old oldRing oldRing oldRing
Ring In the new newRing newRing newRing
Ring put the falsq falsqRing fJlsqI falsqRing
Ring In the true trueRing t true trueRing e eRing
Ring up the Independent No N q 51 an anorder aull aullOrd apiiorder
I order Ord er a good phone 2 for residences residencesallprivate rCidencesall re idences idencesall
allprivate all private wires Ires
I Ibetter
Continued Co trued from Page Page1 Pagel Pagelbetter 1 j jbetter
better things in the life Uf of individu individuals indt du duf duals ¬ f
als and the affairs of the state and andnation andnation andnation
nation nationHe nationHe r rHe
He said If we desire our beloved belovedAmerica beloYedAm belovedAmerica
America Am rica to become better and better betterknown betterknown betterknown
known as a nation pledged to high highideals highIdeals highIdeals
ideals truer patriotism and the helper helperof
of the oppressed the men and women womenof womenof womenof
of our cities and the men and women womenwhose womenwhose womenwhose
whose homes are dotted all over the themesas themesa9 themesas
mesas the plains and andthe the hills of this thisfair thIsair thisfair
fair air land must turn In and help the theofficials theofficlaJs theofficials
officials the preachers and the teach teachers te teachers ch chen ¬
ers in teaching the young oungpeopt people of oftoday oftoday oftoday
today the worth of true devotion to toGod toGod toGod
God our duty to our fellow men and andto andto andto
to our institutions institutions1gssons lessons ssons so essen essential esrential essential ¬
tial to the welfare of our people or orany orany orany
any any people in n some way we must mustreach mustreach mustreach
reach the young life of today toda lovingly lovinglyand loIngband lovinglyand
and firmly guide Ofde that life into chan channels channels channels ¬
nels of power and service for Christ ChristAnd C ChristAnd rJsl rJslAnd
And mark you the only way wa in which whichwe whichwe whichwe
we can practically and effectivelyserve effectively effepthelysene effectivelyserve
serve Christ on earth Is to serve our ourfellow ourf ourfellow
fellow f Jlow men Doing our very best for forothers forothers forothers
others is a splendid motto mottoThoroughly mottoThoroughly mottoThoroughly
Thoroughly at Home HomeThe HomeThe HomeThe
The president spoke as follows followsFriends followsFriends followsFriends
Friends and neighbors It all seems seemsreal seemsreal seemsreal
real to have a chance < to oome here to today toy today ¬
day y and say a few Ie words to you ou For Fora
a number of years 3oe rs I have lived where wheremy wheremy wheremy
my neighbors were just such good peo people people people ¬
ple as these whom I see here before beforeme b beforeme fore foreme
me It is but true for me to say S3 then thenthat thenthat thenthat
that I feel thoroughly at home with withyou withou withyou
you ou In the few words which I am amgoing amgoing amgoing
going to say I wish Jsh to take as illustratlott illus illustration illustration ¬
tration some examples from the Grand GrandArmy GmndArmy GrandArmy
Army of the Republic Everywhere I Igo Igo Igo
go in the west I am greeted by those thosenoble thosenoble hosenoble
noble men who showed in the times timesthat timesthat timesthat
that tried mens souls the stuff that thatwas thatwas thatteas
was In them themThe UlemThe themThe
The president then referred to his hissojourn hissojourn hissojourn
sojourn in the mountains as follows followsI
I cannot say how much I have en enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed ¬
joyed my stay here Not only have lave I Ibeen Ibeen Ibeen
been treated middling well by the thebears thebears thebears
bears which treatment has not been beenreciprocated beenleciproCdted beenreciprocated
reciprocated by me but the people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have fairly fairl outdone themselves in theirhospitality their theirhospitality th lr lrhospitality
hospitality I have enjoyed so mUd inuhseeing mUdseeing feuinseeing
seeing the growth and prosperity proSp rit of ofyour of3oour ofyour
your community Only the other day
I was speaking to the dominie her here as asto asto asto
to success and what it means One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best illustrations of American ideas ideasand i1eilsand ideasand
and possibilities of success is the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Army man From lieutenant lieutenantgeneral lieutenantgeneral
general to the humblest private In the therear therear therear I
rear ranks there is one title and that 1htis 1hlttis thatis
is Comrade So we Judge the success successof SJCf ess I Iof Iof
of men as private pr ate citizens Success Successfrom Successfrom Successfrom
from the soldiers standpoint mans mansthat m mansthat tns
that a man did his duty dut up to the han handle handle ¬
dle whether he carried a musket or ai aisword usword
sword So it is in civil life real suc success success success ¬
cess consists in doing ones duty dnt in inthe inthe inthe
the path where ones life is laid laidDuty laidDut r rDuty
Duty Dut remember is doing what 1s isright 1sright 1sright
right by self family famil and neighbor It Itis Itis Itis
is not possible for any an ofus oc Us to say sa jist jisthow JI t tho thow
how ho much accident there is in winning winningthe
the greatest prizes of life Ii fe There Is Isalways Isalays isalways
always some > accident in it No Noamount 10amount Noamount
amount of skill perseverance + e or All Allergy J > 11 11erID nergy ¬
ergy is sure of winning the great prize prizeof pizeof prizeof
of life Real success consists of bear bearing Oeaiu bearing ¬
ing iu yourself so o that your our children will willbless willbless villbless
bless you for having done all that was wasin wasin wasiH
in your power to bring them up to their th theirhome ir i ihome
home and state stateREACH stateRE stateREACH I
FROM SAN JUAN JUANContinued JUANContinued JUANContinued
Continued from Page 1 1aggerated 1aggerated
aggerated by b the pictures circulated eir ulated of ofthem orthem ofthem
them or by b the stories oril8 told abeut abeuttheiii abeutthen abouttheni
theiii theiiiNext
Next to the natural bridges come comethe cometIte comethe
the labyrinthine lab rillthine canyons ean OIIS These wind windabout vindabout windabout
about reminding one of a monster mon 1fr ser serpent serpent r rpent ¬
pent in contortions A person p > rsoll might mightfollow mightfollow
follow one of these > for miles and miles milesand mi milesand > s sand
and then thenstol stop within a hundred yards yardsof tU S Sof I
of where here he started The coloring olorln is isnot isHot
not as rich as that to be found in the theGrand theGrand theGrated
Grand canyon of o the Colorado In this thisthe thisthc thisthe
the country was a disappointment disappointmentThat
That gorgeous display of pigments pi ment to tobe tobe tobe
be found along the Colorado is lacking lackingher lackingher lackingher
her Ordinary sand color predomi predominates predominates predominates ¬
nates natesWe We Ve took a large number of photographs photo I Igraphs
graphs and after we have had time to todevelop todevelop
develop our negatives ne ties we can give ive a abetter abetter abetter
better Idea of the wondErs of the coun country countr country ¬
try tr One On of our pack animals sank s nk in ina ina j ja
a quicksand in the Armstrong river and andour andour andour
our photographing photogra hh1 outfit got wet as aswell aswen aswell
well as many man other things Some of ofthe
the photographs photo raphs we took after thatmay that thatmay thatma
may ma not be of any value va hI > as the films filmsmay filmsma filmsmay
may ma have begin injured by the water waterRiver wattrRlvtr waterRivEr
River Was Too High HighI HighYe HighFe
I We went out to the San Juan river riverwith riverwith riverwith
with the idea of crossing rostng to the theNavaho theNavaho
Navaho Indian reservation but we had hadto hadto hadto
to give up the idea The river was a atorrent atorrent atorrent
torrent it would have been b en absolutely absolutelyimpossible absolutelimpoRSlble absolutelyimpossible
impossible to get a horse across Infact In Infact Inact
fact act the owners of the th horses would not notlisten notlisten notlisten
listen to the suggestion Horses HOTS < S are arevaluable arevaluable arevaluable
valuable down in that country < ountr and andthe andthe andthe
the loss of a good goo one is serious rious We Wewere Wewere Wewere
were cut off from the north by a barrier barrierof
of snow covered mountains 1I10untaln5th the Elk Elkmountains Elkmountains Elkmountains
mountains Beyond these mountains mountainsis
is the Dark canyon and an exploration explorationof E >
of that country will furnish employ employment emploJment employment ¬
ment for another exploring party partyThe
The wilderness into which we wentcovers went wentcovers
covers 3000 square miles mil s We visited visitedplaces visitedplaces visitedplaces
places that had not been visited by a ahuman ahuman ahuman
human being in thousands of years yearsWe yearsWe ears earsre
We re secured information that will en enable enable enable ¬
able us to draw a complete mapxof map of the thecountry thecounttJ thecountry
country and describe it in all its de details details details ¬
tails It can never n ver be an unknown unknowncountry unknowncount unknowncountry
country count after this We can describe describeevery deshlbeevelJ describeevery
every stream mountain and canyon canyonCountry canjonCountry canyonCountry
Country Never to be Settled SettledYou SettledYou SettledYou
You ask me if the country can ever overbe everbe everbe
be settled and utilized No The Thecountry Thecountrj Thecountry
country is absolutely absolutel worthless Part Partofit Partof Partof
ofit of It will be used as s cattle range but butthe butthe bhtthe
the soil oll is worthless there are no novaluable novaluable novaluable
valuable mineral deposits so far as we wewere wewere wewere
were able to judge In the habitations habitationsof
of the Cliff Dwellers we saw no indica indication indication Indication ¬
tion that th t they tll ever knew what metal metalof metalof metalof
of any an kind was wa There is not enough enoughwater enoughwater enoughwater
water in this wilderness to make It Itvaluable Itvaluable itvaluable
valuable ever for cattle or sheep sheepranges sheeprange sheepranges
ranges and there is no way wa of getting gettingwater gettingwater gettingwater
water upon It ItMr ItMr ItMr
Mr Culmer said the company was a acongenial acongenial acongenial
congenial one that there was not a ajar ajar ajar
jar of any kind and that the trip was wasa
a pleasant outing There was adven adventure adventure adventure ¬
ture in plenty and many m ny narrow narrowescapes narro narroescapes narrotrescapes
escapes but no I1 one was injured in theslightest the theslightest theslightest
slightest and the th return r turn to Bluff was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made on schedule time with every everymember ever3omember everymember
member of the party in good spirits spiritsDr spiritso spiritsDr spiritsoa
oa oaDr o
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D R GRAY General Agent
201 Main Street Salt Lake LakeOnly Lakeeoa LakeZ LakeTotheast
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Colorado to New York and Boston BostonBy Bostoni i iI
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Omaha Des Moines Davenport Kan Kansas Kana Kangas ¬
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