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I 2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD IIERALDMONDAY MONDAY MAY S S190S 1905
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I P JS KcGrew Gre Gr w of Honolulu Talks In Interestingly Int InI ¬
I terestingly t r gly of Islands IsI Islandsj ld ldSiUCCESS j jSUCCESS
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I SUCCESS DUE DUETO TO AMERICA AMERICAREOPLE AMERICAREOPLE AMERICAREOPLE
REOPLE ARE THRIFTY ENER ENERGETIC ENERGETI ENERGETIq ¬
GETIC GETI AND QUICK QUIC TO LEARN LEARNOne LEARNOne LEARNOne
One of the Interesting men who drop drepinto dropInto
I into S SaItLake SIt lt Lake City from time on their theirway theirway helray
way ay from coast to roast came in yes yestrdy yestdy es esrd
trdy rd y in i Ue person of F M I McGrew McGrewof
of Honolulu who Is on his way wa to toWashington tUWshJngtot 1 1aMtn
Washington aMtn toft to tocORfNlt consult coA ult with the state stateami stateand stateand
and treasury departments concerning concerningconditions concerningconditions concerningconditions
conditions in the Hawaiian islands islandsDuring islandsDurIng isandsDuring
During His iI stay ty her Mr r1IcGrew MeGrew is a aKueet a aAt agost
Kueet at t the Wilson WilsonBeing WilsonBeing VilsonBeing
Being an employe of the government governmentSir goernm nt nt1lr
I Sir McGrew is restrained from saying sayinganything saY1 syinI g ginytnl
I anything inytnl g concerning eoncernin departmental departmentalwork
work wQr on the islands but he was as free freeto freeto freeto
to say some me interesting things concern concernIng concernIn
Ing In the changed conditions since the theUnited theUntted theTJntect
United States acquired title to the Par Paradise Paradise Paratllee ¬
adise of the Pacific PacificThere PacificThere PacificThere
There was a time years ago said saidMr saidIr saidMr
Mr Ir McGrew IcGre when the natives of the theSandwich theS theSndwIch
Sandwich S ndlch islands looked askance askanceat skanceat
at all things American Amerj Ameriptu n but since they theyhave the thel1ve theyhave
have come under the th domination of the theUnited theUntted theUnited
United States they the have realized that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their positions socially morally phy physically p ps1euJly pbyseRl ¬
sically seRl and politically have been great greatly greatIr ¬
I ly improver and today they are reap reaping reaphlg reapIng ¬
ing the fruits of the annexation The Thegreater Thegreater Thegreater
greater part of the Islands is given givenover gienover givenover
over to agricultural pursuits princi principally princiJHilly priedally ¬
pally ally to the cultivation of the sugar sugarcane sugarcane sugarcane
cane There are numerous plantations plantationsand
and the majority of them are incor incorporated incorperated Incorjorated ¬
porated the stock being bought and andsold andsold andsold
sold the same as mining stock All the thelabor thelabor thelabor
labor on these plantations Is performed performedby
by b r Japs Koreans Chinese Portuguese Portugueseand
and Kanakas KanakasWhat KanakasWhat KanakasWhat
What Kanaka Means MeansThe MeansThe MeansThe
The people of the states as a rule rulehave rulehave rulehave
have a wrong idea as to the meaning meaningof me ning ningof
of the word Kanaka It really re lly means meansworking mefU1Sworking meansworkIng
working man just the same as dago dagois
is applied to the working class of Italy ItalyBut ItalyBut ItalyBut
But the Kanaka of the Sandwich isl islands islands isiands ¬
ands must not be considered as being beingas
as intellectually inferior as the aver average average average ¬
age dago d o As a matter of fact there is isa isR isa
a less percentage of Hawaiians who whocannot whocannot ho hoIlnnot
cannot < read or write rite than can be found foundamong foundamoftg
I among the other races of the earth As Asa
1 a general rule they the are thirsty after afterknowledge afterknoledge
1 knowledge and it is really surprising surprisingto
to see ee the way in whleh they grasp the theIntricacies the1ntrlcacles theIntricacies
Intricacies of the English language languageThere JanguflgTltere languageThere
There are young men in Honolulu today todayoecMpying todayoeetp todayOccupying
Occupying oeetp ing clerical cler al positions whose whoseliandwrlting wh whosehanwrtlng e ehttMwrtting
liandwrlting will compare favorably favorablywith favorablywith favorablywith
with the eopperplate chirography of ofexperts otex ofI
I experts ex rts throughout the United States StatesAnd StatesAnd StatesAnd
And these young men only onl a few fe years yearsge yearsagi ears ears3SU
3SU ge were practically ignorant of the theJCngUah themngll thenglIwh
JCngUah mngll h tongue This is a fair illustra illustratten iIIu illustratiesi tra tratlen
tten of the progress the natives nat es have havemade havemade havemade
made in conforming to what is general generally ¬
ly termed advanced civilization civilizationIn
uln In the agricultural districts the peo people people peopie ¬
ple are very progressive One thing thingthat thingthat thingthat
that is produced and I dont think that thatit thatIt thatIt
it is grown anywhere else is a plant plantedited plantAIled plantI
I edited < AIled liel shale From it is obtained a afibre afibre afibre
fibre that is exceedingly tough and Is lawoven IsWOVM1 isI
I woven into ropes with which they the bind bindtheir bindt bindtheir
their t ir baled bMl hay At KonaKofa an in interior interl intenor ¬
tenor terl r town is raised the finest rice in inthe inthe 1nthe
the world After the crop is garnered garneredIt rnered rneredIt
It is kept for seven years for what whatreason whatreason hat hatreason
reason I do not know except that the thanative theatlves
native claim Its value as a food prod produce prodlee prodnea ¬ I
lee is increased incr by b aging it You know knowtl knovtlNtt knowthat
tl that at the Japs are particularly fond of ofrice orrlee ofrice
rice Well reli this rice is of such a high highgrade highgrade
grade rade when it is Is put on eu the market that thatthe thattDe thatthe I
the Japs and the men who ho have come comefrom cornetr comefrom
from tr m other Oriental countries to work workon workOft workoft
Oft the plantations have to import their theirrie theirrft theirrire
rie rft from Japan This particular kind kindof kindot
1 ot rice of which I speak k nnd finds a ready readymarket refldrJtMtrket readyniarket
market among wealthy people of this thisewwntry thisMUnlr thiseuntry
ewwntry MUnlr and Europe and naturally naturall is isthe istlte isthe
the source of considerable income to the theIslanders theoofrs thelahinders
Islanders IslandersAmerican lahindersI oofrs oofrsAmerican
I American Capital and Energy EnergyThe EnergyThe I
The industries of the islands since sincetle sincethe
the i introduction of American capital capitalSeveral capitalIInd capitaland
and ener energy cannot be easily computed computedSeeral computedSeveral
Several large canneries can1Hr have ben b n built builtand buntaHI builtaiwl
and the product from them mostly mostl put putup putltD
up by native labor is finding flndin a market marketall marketaU marketalt
all over the th world orid In fresh fruits the theislands theislands theislands
islands are doing quite a business with withthe withthe withthe
the cities along the Pacific coast Ha Hawaiian HaaIa Hawalian ¬
waiian aIa bananas are a conspicuous fea feature feature leature ¬
ture in the San Francisco market An Another AnI Another ¬
I other fruit that has had a wonderful wonderfulsale wonderfulsaIl wonderfulsale
sale during durin the past few fe years even evengoing eenJotnl
I going as far as New Xe York is the alit alligator aUitor alitI ¬
I gator tor pear This pear derives its name namefrom namefrom nameI
I from the peculiar formation of the theskta theskin thei
i skin The Th algeroba al eroba tree is another of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the valuable assets a ts of the islands From Fromthis Fromthis From Fromthis
this tree there is produced a pod from fromfive frontfive fromlive
five to six x Inches In length ngth The beans beansare beansate beansaFe
are ate sweet and are much relished bv bvhorses bvJtMSeS
horses and cattle The bean or rather ratherO rather rathertte ratherthe
O the tr trw e was first introduced iratrod ed many manyyears manyyea aH aHs
yea years s a ago R o by one of the pioneer Catho Catholic CathoJ atho atholic ¬
lic J prtetrts prte ts He planted it on what hat is iscemmonly i8f8Mm011ly isWftWflOJl1ly
cemmonly termed the leeward side of oftlie orthe ofthe
the main main inland and an its development developmentth developmentthereafter
thereafter th rfter wa was simply wonderful wonderfulIC0
I uI IC0 l OA wood is another of the valuable valuableproducts vAluablenr valuablepresluets
products nr tlncts of 0 the islands This wood 00 < is isprincipally isIiReipaUy isprhicialIy
principally wed in the manufacture of offurniture ofritVfe offurniture
furniture and because ecause of its durabil durability durabilItyaltjil durability ¬
ity Ityaltjil an anrl < fl the ease with which h h it will willtake willtake m mtake
take and maintain a high polish it is ismuch ismuck Ismuck
muck sought for It command a good goodprice goodand goodprice
price and to a certain extent rivals rivalsrosewood ri8lswood rivalsroeweod
rosewood wood and 301 < 1 mahogany mahoganyOne nlatoganyOne mahoganyQne
One of the notable HOU ble features featu con connected lOnnect eonnected ¬
nected nect with w h the progressive progrest lve spirit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people ple can be found in the t success successwhich successwldeh successwhich
which Has afi followed the founding of ofth ort ofth
t th ICamebameb K unehame school hoof In a suburb suburbof
of Honolulu known as Kalihi It I was as
I Iconnected
founded ouridedby1Irs by byMrs Mrs Bernice BernleeBisho Bishop who is isconnected isconnected
connected through marriage with ith the thelate thclate thelate
late royal family As a matter of fact factShe facIte facete
She te school proper Is corftppsed coi > osed of two twostructures t twostructures 0 0structures
structures one on either side of ine inemain loemain e emain
main road One Is for boys and the theother theother theOther
other for forIrls girls irls and the th native children childrenhave chi1d childznhave n nbave
have the Advantage of as good teach teaching teaChinS teaching ¬
ing in all the the grades of school life as ascan asean ascan
can be found in thebest schools InUie InUieUnited in IntheUnited Ule UleUnited
United States Mrs Bishop has also alsofounded alsofounded alsofounded
founded ishops Museum lIu um an InstItuT Institututlon J j jtution
tutlon in which are displayed products prodUctnd productsand I Iand
and nd freaks of nature from all the South SouthSea SouthSea I ISea
Sea islands In years ears to come cQlDethe the cul culleetion cclloction
leetion of 0 curios there displayed dlsplayedwiU dlsplayedwiUprove will willprove wi wiprove I
prove of great value to the seeker fieek r af aft3r aft3rknoledge aft3rknowledge tar tarknowledge
knowledge inasmuch as many man of the thespecimens thespecimens thespecimens
specimens represent repr > Sent types of life now nowbecoming no nobecoming nowbecomingextiflCt
becoming becomingextiflCt extinct If for no other rea reason reason rcason ¬
son than this thi Mrs Bishops name nameo 1ameought flameought
o ought > ight to be honored in American his history hlstOrJ history ¬
tory for she has done much to per perpetuate pexpetuatc perpetuate ¬
petuate the keen desire of the Ameri American Anerican AmerIcan ¬
can spirit and progressiveness progressivenessNatives progressiveneNatives progressivenessNatives
Natives Are Robust and Strong StrongPhysically StronguPh StrongPhysically
uPh Physically sicalh the natives of the Sand Sandwich iandwich and andlch ¬
wich lch islands are of the highest type typeThe tJpeThe typeThe
The men and women are robust and andstrong andstrong andstrong
strong and what we would call hard hardwork hardwork hardwork
work does not seem to distress them in inthe inthe inthe
the least J ast Morally they are far ahead aheadof a aad aadof
of the people of other tropical zones zonesWhatever zonesThatever zonesWhatever
Whatever vices they the did have were in introduced introduced Introduced ¬
troduced amongthem among them by foreigners foreignersbut foreighersbut
but those same vices are being eradi eradicated eradicated eradicated ¬
cated by the greater force for < > e of education educationand educationand educationand
and intellectual improvement improvementAside improementuAside improvementAside
Aside from sulphur it might be said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the islands do not no offer any in inducement inducement inducement ¬
ducement for the investment of cap capital capItal capItal ¬
ital along mineral lines There are no nomines nomines nomines
mines so far as anyone knows at this thistime thistime thistime
time but scientists have often stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that wherever sulphur is found there theremay theremay theremay
may also be found valuable minerals mineralsThe minerdsThe mineralsThe
The islands are also noted for the num number number numher ¬
ber of great artesian wells These are areusually areusually areusually
usually ten Inches in diameter and the thewater theater thewater
water ater coming from them is of the pur purest purest pureat ¬
est quality The flow Is so great that thatit
it is possible to supply all the JlCiti JlCitiand citesand cities citiesand
and towns and at the same time have haveenough haveel1Qugh haveenough
enough remaining to irrigate all the thefarms thefarms thefarina
farms in the vicinity of the wells wellsSpeaking weUsSpeaking wellsSpeaking
Speaking generally I believe that there thereis
is a great future ahead for the Ha Hawaiian Ha1aiian Hawallan ¬ I 1
waiian group group and it is pleasant to an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American to see e that American cap capital capital capftal ¬
ital is the dominant factor in 11 the de development development developmnt ¬
velopment of the Islands IslandsPRESIDENT IslandsPRESIDENT IslandsPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT GIVES GIVESDINNER GIVESDINNER GIVESDINNER
DINNER TO PARTY PARTYContinued PARTYContinued PARTYContinued
Continued from Page 1 1partment 1partment 1partment
partment of agriculture Mr lr Hayes Hayesexhibited Ha Hayesexhibited es esehlblted
exhibited a a plaster of paris cast show showIng showing showIng
Ing the foot prints of the bears killed killedI killedul
ul I would like a duplicate of that thatsaid thatsaid thatsaid
said the president presidentThe presidentThe presidentThe
The original Is yours if you ou will ac accept accept accept ¬
cept it responded Mr Hayes HayesThat HayesThat HayesThat
That would make a good receiver receiverfor receIverfor receiverfor
for the cards of your Democratic see senators seqators seeators ¬
ators said Mr Stewart StewartThe StewartThe StewartThe I
The president presl ent lingered a long time thneover timeover timeover
over his luncheon and then went to tohis tohis tohis
his rooms After satisfying the ex excursionists excursionists excursionlsts ¬
cursionists by b speaking to them t em for a amoment a amoment amoment
moment he went for a drive in com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan with Dr Lambert and Mr Ir Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art and then returned to the hotel hotelwhere hotelwhere hotelwhere
where he rested until dinner was wasserved wasserved wasserved
served servedAbout servedAbout servedAbout
About 930 oclock he went to the theprivate theprivate theprivate
private car Rocket on which he hewill hewill
will 111 sleep until he reaches Washington WashingtonPresident WashingtnPresident WashingtonPresident
President Gains One Day DayThe DayThe DayTime
The presidential special will 1iI leave leaveGlenwood leaveGlenwood leaveGlenwood
Glenwood Springs at a m tQmorrow tQmorrowA
A daylight run will be made inae to Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver In order to give the party an op opportunity opportunitS opportunlt ¬
portunity to enjoy enjo the scenery scener The Thetrain Thetrain Thetrain
train will m stop ten minutes at Hanging
bridge one of the prettiest views on onthe onthe onthe
the Denver Rio Grande railroad r i1road A Asouvenir Asouvenir Asouvenir
souvenir of the hunt which Mr fr Roose Roosevelt RooEevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt will take to Washington Is the thedog thedog thedog
dog Skip This animal is a small smallblack smallblack smallblack
black and tan terrier and the most mostactive mostactive mostactive
active animal of the chase He has a ahabit ahabit ahabit
habit of getting on the backs of the thehoraea thehorses thehorses
horses and skipping from one to an another anothtr another ¬
other When the other dogs are tired tiredSkip tiredSkip tiredSkip
Skip is still running about Investi Investigating investigating investgating ¬
gating every ever thing that excites his hiscuriosity hiscuriosity hiscuriosity
curiosity Other souvenirs the presi president president president ¬
dent is taking are pictures snapped on onthe onthe onthe
the hunt by b Mr Stewart They show showthe showthe showthe
the camps the trails the party in ac action a ation aetion ¬
tion the dogs and the game after it ithad ithad ithad
had fallen It Is a private collection collectionwhich colle collectionwhich < tion tionwhich
which will ill never neverbe be published unless unl s5 in insome insom insome
some som literary work the president may mayat ma maat mayat
at some time conclude con lude to put out outDANGER outDANGER outDANGER
DANGER OVER IN ILLINOIS ILLINOISlegislative ILLINOISLegislative ILLINOISLegislative
legislative Session Ends Amid Ex Excitement Excit Excitement ¬
citement cit ment Over Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade Bill BillSpringfield111 BillSpringfield BillSpringiekl
Springfield111 Springfield I1I May 7 iThe The general generalassembly SenTala56embly generalassembly
assembly came to a close early this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning The most sensational fight fightof flghtor lightof
of the session occurred over the bill I
legalizing board of trade transactions transactiopswhich I Iwhich Iwhich
which came up on passage on the theclosing theclosing theclosing
closing night nj ht in the house The bill billwas billwas billwas
was killed during scenes of excitement excitementseldom excitementseldom excitementse4dom
seldom seen s en In an Illinois legislative
halL halLLocal halLLocal haiLLocal
Local option became hopelessly en entangled entangled entangled ¬
tangled In both houses andfinally and finally was wasallowed wasallowed wasallowed
allowed to die on the calendar calendarAn leooar leooarAn
An antiloan shark bill declaring
void all loans tainted with usury usu and andall andaU andall
all assignments of wages In which the theassignment thea theassignment
assignment a ignm nt is not joined by b the wife wifeor wiCeor wifeor
or husband was passed passedJoint JMlSSe JMlSSeJ passedJoint
Joint J lnt resolutions
were re adopted
pro providing proYidlng provkling ¬
viding for the
appointment of a com commission commist cornmission ¬
mission mist lon to investigate inv 5tigate the subject of ofold orold ofold
old age pensions and report to the next
legislature Je islatueaRd and for investigating the
feasibility of a deep water w ter channel hannelb be ¬
tween the lake and tha th gnlf gullC gnlfCOMMANDER j jCOMMANDER
a
COMMANDER C SIMMS INJURED INJUREDJ INJUREDLondon INJUREDJondon
J Jondon London May Jny7Commander Eay 7 Commander William
S SUnm of the bureau of navigation navigationat navjgat navjgatat
at Washington Fa < binswn who hp was wa a passenger passengeron
on board the American line steamer
Philadelphia wMch sailed from New Newtoday
Y Yr rJc April arriving 9 vt Sdutham Sduthamptnn t n
today t dlr was a thrown to the clecfc de It during d rlng
a gale on May Ia 3and nd sustained a frac fracture fracture fracture ¬
ture of the collar bone and was other otherwise otherwise otherwise ¬
wise Injured He will be confined to tothe tothe tothe
the hospital probably for a few weeks
I
o Heres a High Grade GradeHat GradeHat GradeHat
Hat at a Medium MediumGrade MediumGrade MediumGrade
Grade Price PriceThe PricesTheFrancis The TheFrancis I IFrancis
Francis at cJ 300t cJi 300 700
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Its a wonder vo 1der for the the
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money = very verybest rcryibt cry cryb
best b st of ofthe the 3 grades Here crc also als alsoStetson alsoStetsonYoumuis Stetson Stetsonj
j Youmans T Qumaps R A Aa a complete combina combination combinatipn combinai
i ion t The best hat stock in the thestatc thestatcRICHARDSON state stateRICHARDSON stateRICHARDSON
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EPISCOPACY ENDS ENDSITS ENOSITS ENDSITS
ITS CONFERENCE CONFERENCEMass
Mass Meeting at Salt Lake Theatre TheatreSears Theatrefears TheatreEears
Sears Three Leading Bihop5 Bihop5SURPLICED BiFhop5SURPLICED EihopsSURPLICED
SURPLICED SURPLICED CHOIR CH IR ON STAGE STAGECHURCH STAGECHURC STAGECHURCh
CHURCH J DIGNITARIES VISIT THE THEGRAVE THEGRAVE THEGRAVE
GRAVE OF BISHOP LEONARD LEONARDThe
The third annual conference con rercnce of the Soy Seventh Soyenth ¬
enth Episcopal missionary miS8iona district con concluded concluded conciuded ¬ 1
cluded last night with a mass meeting meetingwhich meetinewhich meetingwhich
which filled ovary OV8l seat on the ground groundfloor groundfloor groundfloor
floor of the Salt Lake theatre and not nota
a few in the balcony As a morality moralityplay I Ipia j
play pia it won the approval of the audience audiencewhich audiencewhich
which listened attentively to addresses addressesby I Ib
by b some of the best kjrown nown Episcopalians EpiscopaliansIn J
In the west westThe 1
The appearance of th the surpliced and andstoled andstoled i istoled
stoled choir and clergy as they e came cameupon cameupon J
upon the stage about sixty in tho thoe number numbermade numbermade 1
made an impression which remained remainedthroughout remainedthroughout
throughout the evening Both SU Marks Marksand arks arksand a aand I
and St Pauls choirs attended in force forceThe forcCoThe forceThe
The general subject of discourse wag wastStates wasThe
The Episcopal Church In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates I
States Under this head Rt Rev Re Will William Wi11lam VUIiam ¬
iam F Nichols D D bishop of Califor California California Califorcia ¬
nia spoke on Her Heritage Rt R Rev RevW Re Rer Revv
W v r H IL Moreland bishop of Sacramento Sacramentoon
on Her Faith and a l Rt Rev F I ISpalding S SSpaidingJ SSpalding
Spalding bishop of Salt Lake on Her HerMission HerUssion HerMission
Mission
Bishop Nichols Speaks SpeaksBishop SpeaksBishop SpeaksBishop
Bishop Nichols ichols in opening his address addresscalled addresscalled addresscalled
called attention to those points of view viewof viewof viewof
of the heritage of the Episcopal church churchin churchha
in the United States Stat as follows Age AgeHistory AleHistory AgeHistory
History and nd Present Worth The Th Theworship
worship he said was waS as old The prayer praerbooks prayerbooks
books and the sqn sQng services had come comedown comedown comedown j
down from the ages agesEvery ag agesEvery S SUEyery
Every prayer book of the church of ofGod otGod ofGod
God Is like the setting of a diamond The Thegreat rhegreat lilegreat
great central I part of this settipg is found foundin
in the office of Holr HohCommunJon Communion the theprayer theprayer theprayer II
prayer of consecration consecrationThe cons crat on onTne
The speaker spe ker traced the lineage nn age of the theLKhurgy theLlUmrgy theLithurgy
LKhurgy from the days < of Archbishop ArchbishopCranmer ArchbishopCrapmer I ICra
Cranmer Cra mer in 11 1 15 1 I43 W whmii wh 6n iv fee ie tpQk pqk from the theeast theeast
east and gave to the west a perfect whole wholedown wholedown wholedown I
down to modern time He showed how howtime howtime howtime
time and again this eentral jewel had hadbeen hadbeen I
been lost and restored The Liturgy is isonly 3 3only
only here today toda he asserted because of ofthe ofthe I
the unbroken genealogy son ogy of the duly dul auth authorized authorized ¬ I Iorized I
orized ministers bishops and other leaders leadersof I Iof
of the church He Heshowed showed the great greatpositive greatpositive I Ipositive
positive power for good the heritage ot otthe ofthe
the church had been beenAfter Q en enAfter P I
After pointing out wherein the nine nineteenth nifleteenth I Iteenth
teenth century centu was an lin epitome of several severalpreceding seyeralpreaedhiS severalpreceding
preceding centuries and referring reftJrrl g Inch Incidentally In Inchdentally l ldentally
dentally tothe to the growth of the church in intbat inthat i itbat
tbat time timeS Bishop Nichols concluded concludedthat that thatEpiscopacys i iEpiscopacys
Episcopacys heritage lir this country countryfrom countrYfrom I Ifrom
from point of worth was priceless pricelessFaith pricelC3SFaith pricelessFaith
Faith of Church ChurchHer ChurchHer Churchtier
I
Her Faith was the subject of the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second address by b Rt Rev William WilliamHall WilliamHall VilJiamHali
Hall Moreland D D bishop of Sacra Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento ¬
mento Emphasis Empha > ls was laid on the fact factthat factthat factthat
that Episcopacy is not a denomination a acreed acreed acreed
creed governed by certain dogmas dogmasThe dogmasUThe dogmasThe
The definition of an Episcopal said saidBishop saidBishop saidBishop
Bishop Moreland Uis is one o e who wants to be bea bea bea
a Christian The church is not a denom denomination denomInation denomination ¬
ination it has no dogmas It continues continuesin
in the old way as the one Holy Catholic Catholicand Catholicand Catholicand
and Apostolic church Weve been bap baptized baptlzed haptlzed ¬
tlzed and confirmed but weve never neverjoined neverjolllid neverjoined
joined a denomination denominationContinuing denominationContinuing denominationContinuing
Continuing Bishop Moreland said that thatdistinction thatdistinction thatdistinction
distinction was made within the church churchof churchof
of the essentials and nonessentials the thethings thethings thethings
things transitory and nontransitory nontransitoryYou nontransito nontransitoYou
You may stand with the realists the theeolutionists theevolutionists
evolutionists but all stand side by b side sideand sideand
and declare that God made Heaven and andEarth andE andEarth
Earth E th Thus the door to intellectual lib liberty UbfOrty 1mberty
erty is lI thrown wide open < pen The Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurch
church is showing that it is possible to tohave tohae tohave
have the widest divergence dh > tb > nc of C opinion In Inthe Inthe inthe
the nonessentials Today the Episcopal Episcopalchurch Epis Episcopalchurch < opsl opslehurch
church has 39000000 English speaking speakingcommunicants speakingcommunicants speakingcommunicants
communicants more than any other otherchurch otherchurch
church of our tongue not excepting the theReman theRomn theRoman
Roman RemanThe RomnThe RomanThe
The Episcopal church Is I the great his historic historic lilatOxic ¬
toric church As the scepter sce ter went from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Greek to the Latin so now it seems seemsthat seemsthat seemsthat
that it i is about to go to that other otherrace othcrrace otherrace
race raceThe raceThe raceThe
The speaker told of the founding ot otdenominations ordftoomlnations ofdenominations
denominations by b those who had broken brokenaway brokenaway brokenaway
away from the church as the Adventists Adventiatsand Adventi8tand Adventistsand
and the Unitarians A characteristic c of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Episcopal church he said was that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she had all the parts and fragments upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which such sects were founded In one onebalanced onebalanced onebalanced
balanced whole There existed an In Inclusion inchfslon Inelusion ¬
elusion of all that was wa good and pure pureSpeaking lWrSpeaking
Speaking of the Roman church Bishop BishopMoreland Risholoreland BhshopMoreland
Moreland said that Episcopacy IHSCOPRC was the thebranch thebranch thebranch
branch which whl h independent ind p ndent of Rome Romehad flameliadeome ome ome118d
had liadeome come down through the AngloSax AngloSaxons ¬
oils on having everything eerythi e primitive without withoutlater withoutlater ithoutlattr
later additions such fes papal iitfallibil iitfallibility htfaJlibility iiifaliibhlity
ity
Our faith he concluded is I not notmechanical notmfChRn notmecitamncal
mechanical mfChRn Ca1 but vital vit l We Ve e teach Christ Christnot Christ1ffit Christnot
not Christianity not a doctrine but a aperson arson aperson
person rson Christ the Savior SaviorBishop SoiorBishop SaviorBishop
Bishop Spalding Speaks SpeaksBishop SpeaksBishop SpeaksBIshop
Bishop Franklin S Striding was VI s the thelast thelast thelast
last speaker of the evening During the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of his address on the mission of ofthe ort orItE ofthe
the t Episcopal church u he said saidIt saidIt
It ItE would S seem that b t the hes mission 1ision of the thechurcli thec1mrclJ thechurch
church was to glory in her er heritage and andlive andIhe andlive
live and teach her faith a faith founded foundedon
on organized religion There Th re are two twoways twovas twoways
ways to organize religion One is by bywritten bywrjtten bywritten
written statements by a collection of dog dogmatic dogmatic dogmatic ¬
matic theories or a set of books The other otherIs
Is through a body of men menChrists menChrists menChrists
Christs method he h said had been beenthrough heenthroulih beenthrouh
through a body bod of men not by written writtenlaws writtenlaws writtenlaws
laws Bishop Spalding said that he de desired desired dosired ¬
sired to emphasize that Episcopacy was wasfounded Wll Wllfounded Wasfounded
founded on the baste of an order of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men menIt menrt
menn It was the t mieeion mk > elon of the church to In Insist Instgt inslat ¬
slat in the present resent on the value of the thepast thePast thepast
past He pointed ointed out the ability nolJit of the theimrch the4HmCCh thehurcb
imrch to observe a just balance between betweenthe betweeSthe tween tweenthe
the present and th the past It was her hermission hermiesion hermission
mission to preeerve lro ert certain principles principlesauthority principlesauthority principlesauthority
authority and am truth conservatism and andprogress andprogress andprogress
progress and t to do this the church must mustbe mustfounded musttie
be founded OH an organization of living livingmen Uingmen livingmen
men menWhile While pointing out the changes that thattime thattime thattime
time had brought he stated thatit was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not truth but our appreciation of things thingsthat thingsthat thingsthat
that had changed Continuing he said suidthat suldUlat saidthat
that he doubted not a visit to the mental mentalhospital mentalhospital mentalhospital
hospital at Provo would disclose that the themajority theI themajority
majority I 3j rity of the Inmates were Wf > re deranged derangedon df > rnnged rnngedon
on th the subject of religion He attributed attributedthis
this to the fact f ct that religion has to do dowith dowith dowith
with the emotions with a vast unex unexplored unexpiorcdmental unexpieced ¬
pieced piorcdmental mental tract tractThe tractThe tractThe
The Episcopal church In the United UnitedStates tnhtedStates CnltdStatN
States said Bishop Spalding has ever everstood certood everstood
stood for recognizing and providing for forthe forthe forthe
the rights of o the body as well as the thesoul thesoul
soul It takes into consideration mans manswelfare maswelfare manswelfare
welfare on this earth as well as in the theWyond thebeond thebeyond
beyond He told of the founding of the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first church hospital St Lukes in 1S4G 1S4GAnother 1546Another
Another mission was to clearly define definethe definethe efinethe
the principle of worship This was the thechttreii thechurMt thechurch
church which emphasized thepurpose the purpose of ofworship ofworship
worship as giving something to God and andthe andthe antithe
the Savior SaviorThe SaviorThe SaviorThe
The churchs mission he said in con concluding concluding coneluding ¬
cluding is to preserve a just balance be between between betseeil ¬
tween the past 88t and the present to pro provide lrOvide provide ¬
vide for a mans body bod as anwell well as his soul soulami souland souland
and to help man mtt by teaching t ching him the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of worship to give himself to the theservice thesenlee theservice
service of Almighty God GodHONOR GooHONOR GodHONOR
HONOR BISHOP LEONARD LEONARDBishops LEONARDBishops LEONARDBishops
Bishops and Clergy Visit Grave at a1Mt atMt
Mt Olivet in Body BodyAt
At 5 oclock yesterday csterdtt afternoon the thebishops thebishops timehishops
bishops and clergy of the Seventh mis mlsIona missionai
slonary sionai Iona district visited vi ited the grave of the thelate thelate theiate
late Bishop Able Leonard at Mt It Olivet
On arriving at the burial plot Iot a circle circlewas circlewas circleas
was as formed Bishop Morelartd deposited depositeda
a beautiful cross of white immortelles at atthe atthe atthe
the head of the grave graveBishop gravtBisll0P graveBishop
Bishop Nichols saifj 81th the collect for all allsaints alJsaints allsaints
saints Following Jo the prayer the bishops bishopsdeans blsboJISdeans bishopsdeans
deans and clergymen laid white carnations carnationson
on the grave Flowers were also laid on onthe Qnthe onthe
the grave ve of Bishop Leonards I little son sonAbiel sonAblel sonAblel
Ablel who died In n ISM ISMCHILDRENS 1800CHILDRENS 1OCHILDRENS
CHILDRENS MASS MEETING MEETINGComing MEETINGComing MEETINGComing
Coming Generation Addressed at St StMarks StMarks StMarks
Marks Church in Afternoon AfternoonA
A childrens mass meelng was held yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda afternoon at St Marks arks at which whichvisiting whichvisiting whichvisiting
visiting and local members of the clergy clergywere clergywere clergywere
were the speakers The service opened at atT atoclock atoclock
T oclock with an address by Rt Rev RevFranklin Re ReFranklin RevFranklin
Franklin S Spalding bishop of Salt Lake LakeRev LakeRev LakeRev
Rev M t J Homey Horse missionary misslona to the In Indians Indians IntUnas ¬
dians UJntaa reservation followed followedRev followedRo followedRev
Rev Ro J H Houghton of Denver who has hashad hashad hashad
had great success with the children c lldren of ofSt orSt ofSt
St Marks church In l that city told a aHtory aPtor astory
story Ptor that held the attention or his young youngauditors youngauditors oonr oonrauditors
auditors throughout
OGDCN 06DNNlWS 06DNNlWSOffice O6D NEWS NWStOffice NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington Ave AveOgden AveOgden AveOgden
Ogden Monday May 8 8MRS 8MRS 8MRS
MRS LAST DEAD DEADPassing DEADP DEADPassing
Passing P ssin9 of Woman Who Gave Much MuchFor MuchFor I
For Charity CharityMrs CharityIrs
Mrs Irs Anna r nna na Katherine Last widow of ofthe ofthe 1
the late lat Garrit Last L st died yesterday aft afternoQn i iemo
emo crnoqn < m at 1S5Q li O oclocK at the home of ofliar ofher ofher I
her daughter Mrs rs Anna Myers and of otn otn ofher j
her son n J H F Last Ii55 1 r Madison Madisonavenue i iavenue
avenue n Mrs fiJ fiJHiasr Hiasr Last was w st In her SOth thd year yearand I Iand I Iand
and passed away as the result Of infir infirmities Infirmitlos ¬
mities due to old age aceShe ageShe ageShe
She had been failing for nearly a month monthand monthand 1
and for several days the end had been beenexpected btnpected beenexpected
expected pected at any time t me Mrs In Last was wasborn wasborn wasborn
born Feb 27 7 IS26 at Amsterdam Holland Hollandand j
and came to Utah July 21 I 1S77 1S 7 locating
in Ogden where she lived until the time timeOf timeor timeot
Of her death She was a woman of ample amplen amplenieans i
means n cans and her charities while always alwa alwaysperforiped s sperfonped i iperformed
performed with entire absence of osten ostentation ostentation j jtation
tation were many and important Sho Showas Showas Suewas
was the mother of J VT V F Volker Mrs MrsAnna MrsAnna Irs IrsAnna
Anna Myers and of J H F Last LastThe LastThe LastThe
The funeral services will be held Wed Wednesday Vt ed ednesday < > d dllesda ¬
nesday at 2 oclock cloek in the Fifth ward wardmeeting wardmooting wardmeeting
meeting house and the remains may be beviewed beviewed beviewed
viewed by friends on that day da between betweenthe betweeni betweenthe
the hours of o 10 10am a m and 1 p m i
Death of Mrs Mary Purdie PurdieMrs Pu die dieIrs dieMrs
Mrs Irs Mary Ma Purdie wife of William UUam X XPurdie XPurdie NPurdie
Purdie died about 8 oclock last night at atthe atthe atthe
the family residence 972 9 97 Twentythird Twentythirdstreet TwentythirdStreet
street of enlargement of the liver She Shewas Shewas SheWas
was fiftyfour it four years ten months and andtwentyfive andtwentyfhe antitwentyfive
twentyfive days old About a month ago agoMrs agoMrs agoMrs
Mrs Purdie underwent an operation and anda
a tumor was removed from the liver liverShe liverl lIverShe
She had apparently r recovered recovere e but t a short shorttime shorttime
l eh oa ft ftr k
1g 1gmalad
time ago she was stricken t with i another anothermalady anothermalady
malady malad which resulted r ruit sultep in her death deatl She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was born in Scotland and took a promin prominent prominent promimieat ¬
ent part Jiirt in the Caledonian society She Sheleaves Sheleaes Sheleaves
leaves four children two boys and am two twoKirls twogirls twogirls
girls KirlsThe girlsThe girlsThe
The funeral funer announcement will be made madelater madelater madelater
later lateri
i Successful Band Concert ConcertThe ConcertThe
The New Ogden brass band gave anoth another ¬
er open air concert yesterday afternoon afternoonon
on the city hall square The concert was wasgiven wasgien wasgiven
given under the leadership of Professor ProfessorErnest Prores ProfessorErnest or orErnest
Ernest Nichols and the programme of a aweek aweek aweek
week ago which was curtailed rtalled by reason reasonof reasonot
of rain was completed and some new newnumbers newnumbers newnumbers
numbers given About 1000 enjoyed the themusic themusic themusic
music musicEagles musicEagles musicEagles
Eagles Hold Memorial Services ServicesOgden ServicesOgden j jOgden
Ogden Aerie No 118 Fraternal Order Orderof
of Eagles E agles yesterday held their annual annualmemorial annualmemorial annualmemorial
memorial services Rev Re Samuel Blair of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the First Methodist church made the thememorial thememorial thememorial
memorial address and musical selections selectionswere selectionswere
were given by bJ Mrs Irs Jones and the Misses MissesHancock MissesHancock JlssesHancock I
Hancock In addition the members of the theritual theorder theorder
order rendered the be beautifully ntlCully impressive impressiveritual I
ritual services for the dead deadOgden deadOgden deadOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsA I
A set s t of fine new costly altars are soon soonto soonto soonto
to be installed in St Josephs Catholic Catholicchurch Catholicchurch Catholicchurch
church churchA
A B Corey will leave today for Twin TwinFalls TwinFalls TwinFalls
Falls taking a number num er of men who will willwork willWork willwork
work for the Corey Core Construction company companyon companon
on the new contract secured by b them themRev themRe themRev
Rev Re John Edward Carver of o the First FirstPresbyterian FirstPresbyterian FitPresbyterian
Presbyterian church will leave today for forWinona forVlnona forVinona
Winona Lake Indians He is a delegate delegatefrom delegatefrom delegatefrom
from Utah to the General Assembly of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Presbyterian church which convenes convenesthere conenesthere convenesthere
there in a short time Mr Carver will willnot willnot willnot
not return to Ogden till June and then thenwill theftwi thenwill
will wi be no services servi < > cs in the church until untilJune untilJune untilJune
June 11 11The iiThe
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j is just a little off in flavor is obviated obviatedby
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St Paul May > I tny 7 7AccorElng According rq to a spe special ¬
I cia to the th Pioneer Press from Winni Winnipeg Winepeg Winnipeg ¬
peg the Canadian Pacific railroad has hasunder
I Iunder under consideration a change of policy policyregarding policyregarding policyregarding
regarding maintenance of western lines lineswhich lineswhich lineswhIch
which will involve the dismissal of
10000 trackmen n The company will let letthe letthe
I the work to private contractors if sat satisfactory 5atisfaetor satisfactory ¬
isfactory isfaetor arrangements can be made madej m madeAt < de deAt
j At present it costs the company about
j 4000000 annually for this work Ne Negotiations Negotiations ¬
gotiations for the change are now be being beIng being ¬
ing conducted conductedThe conductedThe conductedThe
The companys relations with the thetrackmen thetrackmen
I trackmen at present are strained and andIt andIt andit
It is is understood that the latter have havesubmitted haveffilbmitted havesubmitted
submitted an ultimatum which means meansipore meansJJlore meansipore
ipore ipore wages or a general genf > ral strike strikeSECOND strikczo strikeSECOND
czo czoSECOND
SECOND DEGREE MURDER MURDERMalcolm MURDERMalcolm MURDERMalcolm
Malcolm Jury at Glasgow Mont MontReturns MontReturns MontReturns
Returns Verdict VerdictGreat VerdictGreat VerdictGreat
I II
Great Falls Mont unt May Ia 7 7A A special to tothe tothe
I the Tribune Trlb n from Glasgow Mont says saysthat
I that the jury jur in the Malcolm murder case casereturned casereturned > I
returned a verdict this morning of mur murj murdel
j del In the second degree Th The jury had hadbeen hadI
I I been out all night and in the first bal ballots ballots halJots ¬
lots several of the jurors voted for mur murtlor murdw murtier
tier = In ir the first degree > Malcolm was ac accused atcuscd accused ¬
cused of killing a rancher at whose whosehouse whosehouse whosehouse
house he was staying for the night nl 11t There Therewere ThereI
I were no witnesses witn se5 present re reeent ent but the cir cirI circumatantlal
I cumstantial evidence was strong and andMalcolm andfftlcOlm andMalcolm
Malcolm admitted the killing afTor afi r being btlngin
I j in Jail for or a time tlm He claimed self selfdefenae > elf elfdefense elfI
I defense but the defense rested its case casemainly caemainJ casemainly
mainly mainJ on the contention that the mur murderer murd murderer ¬
derer d rer was of weak mind The verdict verdictgives verdictgives erdlctgl
gives gl satisfaction as s the people In the thelocality the10caJitv thelocality
locality where the murder mUr r took place con conj contend
j tend that whether sane or Insane Mal Mali Macolm Ial Ialcolm
i colm was w not a safe man to be at large largeCHIEF largei largeCHIEF
i 0 0CHIEF
CHIEF QUOTES QUOTESBIG BIG CHIEF CHIEFComanche CHIEFComanche CHIEFComanche
Comanche leader Says Roosevelt RooseveltPromised RooseveltI RooseveltPromised
I Promised to Look After AfterIndian AfterI AfterIndian
Indian lands landsLawton LandsLawton LandsLatton
I Lawton O T May 7 iIn In a speech speechdelivered I Idelivered Idelivered
delivered to a congregation of ofComanche orComanche ofComanche
Comanche Indians and white people peopleQuanah peoPleQuanah peopleQuanab
Quanah Parker Comanche chief has hasstated hasstated II
stated that President Roosevelt as assured assured assured ¬
sured him that the KiowaComanche KiowaComancheIndian Klow Comanche
Indian pasture lands of Oklahoma Oklahomawould Oklahomawould Oklahomawould I
would remain the property of the In Indians Indians Indiana ¬
dians for all time Chief Parker asked askedthat askedthat
I Ithat
that the lands be allotted and the presi president president ¬
1
dent is said to have stated he would wouldtake wouldtake
take the matter up with Ith the commis commissioner ¬ I Isloner
I sloner of Indian affairs The chief chiefalso chiefalso chiefalso
also asked that the Comanches be bepaid bepaJd bepaid
paid 100 each annually to relieve relievethem relievethem relievethem
them of o debts debtsCOLLISION debtsCOLLISION debtsCOLLISION
S
COLLISION AT PUEBLO PUEBLOI
I Five Five Denver Persons Receive Slight SlightInjuries SlightInjuries SlightInjuries
Injuries InjuriesPueblo InjuriesPueblo InjuriesPueblo
Pueblo Colo Cob May fay 7 iAs As a areault result re ult of a acollision acollision acollision
collision between a Colorado and South Southern Southern Southem ¬
ern em switch online and special north northhound northhound northhound
hound Santa Fe passenger train in the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local yards ards here tonight five persons personswere personswere personswere
were injured injuredThey Injur InjuredThey < od odThey
They are areConductor areConductor areConductor
Conductor Jack ack Strawson head cut cutDenver cutDenver cutDenver
Denver DenverBrakeman DenverBrakoman Denverbrakeman
Brakeman Bwitt witt arm hurt hurtS Denver DenverBrakeman DenverBr DenverBrakeman
Brakeman Br kcman Malcolm wrist sprained sprainedDenver sprainedDenver sprainedDenver
Denver DenverJ S SJ
J 1 Halsey porter arm cut Denver DenverBlanche DemcrBlanche DenverBlanche
Blanche Bode < head cut Denver DenverTho DenverTho DenverThosp
Tho Thosp special cial train was pulling into the theUnion theUnion tImeUnion
Union depot from a side track when it itcame itcame Itcame
came in contact with the switch engine enffineNone en engineNone Ine IneNone
None of the injured were seriously seriousl hurt hurtand hurtand hurtand
and were taken to Denver on the next nexttrain nexttrain ncxttrain
train trainDON S SS
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DON QUIXOTES TERCENTENARY TERCENTENARYMadrid TERCENTENARYlIadrid
Madrid May Ia 7 iThis This city cit is gaily gailydecorated JailYdecorated gailydecorated
decorated and there has been a great greatInflux greatInflux greatinflux
Influx of visitors and foreign delegates delegatesfor
for the celebration of the Don Quixote Quixotetercentenary Quixotetercentenary Quixotetercentenary
tercentenary All the South American Americanrepublics Americanrepublics AmerIcanrepublIcs
republics are represented representedDENVER representedDENVER representedEN
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