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Ii 2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY VED ESDAY MAI 17 IH05 IH05u i9
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HEN REPRESENT REPRESENTMANY REPRESENTMANY 1 1MANY
MANY BILLIONS BILLIONSAnnual
Annual Gathering of Associati Association n of of3Ianufacturers of1Ianufacturers ofLUDWIt
3Ianufacturers 3IanufacturersLUDW1G 1IanufacturersLUDWIG
LUDWIG NISSENS ADDRESS ADDRESSWOES
WOES ATTENDANT UPON MUNIC MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL ¬
IPAL IPALOWNERSHIP IPALOWNERSHIPAtlanta OWNERSHIP OWNERSHIPAtlanta OWNERSHIPAtJal1tl
Atlanta Gaf Ga May Iay 16 nThe The annual annualgathering auualatherlng inualgathezing
gathering of the National Awoalatien Awoalatienof A MOtIIatlenof oIatIen oIatIenif
of if Manufacturers anufacturer of the United Uiiltevepresenting States Statesrepresenting Stateltpresenting
representing more than threequarters threequartersof
of the thirteen billions of invested cap capftal capitl capitil
ftal of o this country assembled a embled here heretoaay hereto heretocay
toaay to cj a Three hundred members mbers were werein wereIn werein
in attendance The first thing thin on the theregular theregular theregular
regular programme was the annual annualaddress annualaddress annualaddress
address of President D M Parry arry of ofIndianapolis ofIn ofIndianapolis
Indianapolis IndianapolisThe In dlanapollsThe
The report of Secretary Gushing of
New York reviewed at length the work workof workof workof
of the association under various de descriptive decrlptlve decriptIve ¬
scriptive heads headsLudvrig headsLudwig headsLudwig
Ludwig Nissen of New ew York spoke spokeon j jon ion
on the governmental relation r lation of pub pubt I 1In
t 1 In franchises The address was large ¬
ly devoted to a discussion of the un unAjnericanism unAmerIcanism unAmericanism
AmerIcanism of governmental owner ownership ownerhlp ownership ¬
ship of public utilities He said in inDart inrt inpart
Dart rt
Going to Other Extremes ExtremesThe Extrcm ExtremsThe s i iThe
The present trend of public opinion I
In the effort to check the evils of con ¬
trol by monopoly Is toward the other othereXtrOIIlemunicipal S Sextreme
extreme xtrememunlclpa1 municipal or state owner ownership ownership
ship The relation of that principle principleaouId j
would mean state socialism socialismThe sOCialismThe socialismThe
The gross Injustice fnJu tlce of o the public publicservice publicservIce publicservice I I
service corporations Is unquestionably
the cause for the now general demand demandof
of the unthinking public for a system systemof 8tem 8temor
of municipal 1 or state ownership of all allpublic anpublIc allpublic
public utilities utilitiesThis utilItiesThis utilitiesThls
This system If 1 long continued must mustand mustand mustand
and will m inevitably lead first to mu municipal munfetpal muTilcipal ¬
nicipal then to state and finally to tonational tonatIonal tonational
national ownership of public utilities utilitiesOutlook utilitiesOutrook utilitiesOutlook
Outlook Appears Dark DarkIf DarkIt DarkIf
If these principles should ever be beput betut beut
put tut Into general practice In this coun country country country ¬
try the result would be the destruc ¬
tion of our liberty and our progress
We would go from wealth to poverty
from progress to lethargy and from
liberty to slavery because we should
live In a state of socialism which whichalms whichalms whichalms
alms at equality with the lowest in instead instead instead ¬
stead of teaching teachln to aspire to the
highest You would crush crushindividu crushindividuallt individu individuality indivhjuAs ¬
ality allt
alityAs
As a remedy for these conditions
I would offer the following hints
First FirstAU All public service corpora
tons should be under strict survell ¬
lance of the authority that creates
them themSecond ttJen1Re
Second Re econdWhenever ond Whenever a a charter or ori
i franchise fnnch se is granted it should be begranted
I granted only on condition service ren ¬
dered dlr d by b such corporations shall be beclrquate berThquate I
clrquate to the public needs Such SuchLJrter
hotter or franchise should not be al 1 1nwed
Imved nwed to be given away sold leased leasedo
I o mortgaged mortga ed with those of any other othercorporation otherrporation otherrporation
rporation except under terms care ¬
fully full specified by b law lawWednesday JawY lawWednesday
Wednesday Y dntsday last day of Hair Goods
Demonstration Walkers Store opposite oppositei
i Exchange Desk DeskSTATUE DeskSTATUE DeskF DeskSTATUE
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STATUE OF OFGEN GEN FORREST FORRESTTennessee FORRESTTenn FORRESTTennessee
Tennessee Tenn ssee Honors the Memory of the theNoted theNoted thcNoted
Noted Confederate Cavalry CavalryLeader CavalryLeader CavalryLeader
Leader LeaderMemphis Leadertmphig LeaderMemphis
Memphis tmphig Tenn May IS liTo To the th ac acmpaniment acmpaniment j jt
t mpaniment of martial music and in inthe inth inthe
the th presence of thousands of citizens citizensand citbenid cItizensid
and id visitors the statue of Lieutenant LieutenantGmeral Lieutenantkneral LieutenantS
Gmeral fneral Nathan B Forrest
I was waseUed un unveiled unfHed ¬ S
veiled this afternoon in the park that
bears the Confederate celebrated ee brated chief chieftains chieftains chieftains ¬
tains name Little Miss Bradley Bradleybrat a atir atlfat
tir brat at grand daughter of the dead hero heroIuIled heroJuTled herolulled
lulled the silken cord which exposed exposedto
to view the monument monumentaptain monumentaptain
aptain W a M Forrest son of Gen Genal Genj11 GenS S
< S j11 al Forrest and his family Colonel ColonelIX Colonelp
IX C Kelly Kell of Nashville and surviving survivingJ1embcr survivingr i imember
member r ember of General Forrests old staff staJrfrc staffre j
nrre frc re present presentGeneral presentCeneral presentGEneral
General S T Carnes gave ave a history historyof hi tory toryof
of the monument and General George GeorgeW GeocxeGordon
W Gordon delivered the dedicatory ad address address address ¬
dress dressGeneral dressGeneral
dresseneraI
General Gordon said in part partWe partWe partWe
We have not assembled a here today
to glorify war We are not here to ex exalt e eaU exalt ¬
alt the direful art and sanguinary sanguinaryscience sansulnaryscience sanguinarys
science s lence of human carnage but to ss SIliute SIliutemd srut srutind ute uteand
and accentuate the name and to com commemorate comJnEmorate cornmemorate ¬
memorate in language in bronze bron and in inmarble inmarble ft ftmarble
marble the masterful prowess and andmartial andmartial ant antmartial
martial genius of Tennessees TenBe it not notAmericas J16tAmericas L LAmericas
Americas greatest most original and anddazzling andhzzUnS ant L Ldazzling
dazzling soldier Lieutenant General GeneralXathan GenerAlK1than I INathan
Nathan Bedford Forrest He was one onenf oneof on t tof
of the worlds few commanders who whocould AhoC h hrid
could C personally engage in ineonbat combat and andt ant t tt
t the same time direct his men He Hea H HLq
a 1 Lq < s ompHshed more with the resources resourcest resou es est
t his command than any commander commanderCuring commandtrinS comrnandeiiiflg
Curing iiflg inS the war at the same time dls dlsraylng dlsrclIng dieriy1ng
raylng greater personal prowess than thanry thann tharrs
ry thereby establishing esta ltshlng a greater greaterc
c im than any to be called the Amen Amerian Amenart
< an Mars
SUCKERS SAVED SAVEDFROM SAVEDFRO SAVEDFROM
FROM FRO SHARPERS SHARPERSJudge
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GeERiehUuIofc G t ichQ1ijokJ1 Concern GoncerhNOW ConcernMAIL
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M MAIL ILIS iS NOW NO V WITHHELDSCHEME WITHHELD tWITHFIELDSCHEME WIT9 i EL
SCHEME ME BY MEANS OF WHICH WHICHTHE WHICHTHEh9HWERE ICH ICHTHE
THE THEh9HWERE FISH WERE WERELANDEO WERELANDEOSt LANDED LANDoSt v vSt
St Pa Paul W Ma a 16 16TnUet Unite Sfcatea Sfcateatrlet tell cI cItrlet din dintrict
trlet tfltoraey nt YHa HaHpt ai f JtttoiibY t toSy f fcopy 8 8copy r rcopy
copy of of the the era era oral opinion opii n recently re entii de delivered delivered delivered ¬
livered bYJudge by Judge lioehran In tie U e United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States district dt trlc court o rt at Mhmeap Mlnneapwlls MlnneapwllsIn kmeap lte ltein lb5in
in the > case c ch of the Hathorn HathornCommissloncotupany Mnttiar MnttiarOommisskm Iut1krCommiBsloncomPAft
CommiBsloncomPAft Oommisskm company against Postmas Postmaster ¬
ter W D Hale H of o Minneapolis to re restrain restrain restrain ¬
strain the p pdm88ter pe 6ima master ter from preventing preventingthe
the deliver delhet of mail addressed to the thecompany thetOmpall7 thecompany
company and aM from refusing etu tng to pay paymoney payJ payJmoney paymoney
money orders drawn in its favor favorJudge favorJudje Inor InorJud
Judge Jud < < Lochnui dismissed dismll i the bill of ofthe ofUle ofthe
the plaintiffs on the ground round that the thecompany theCOf11JN1ny thecompany
company was engaged in fraudulent fraudulentbusiness fraudulentbusiness
business The company company fci t classed I by bythe bythe I Ithe
the district dI tri < t attorneys tt01MY office as a get getrkhqulcK getilvhqulck et etrkhquick
rkhqulcK concern and one which hldt if ifdoing h hdoing f1 f1cloiAJ
doing a gigantfe tga ntle business ail ov o over r the theUnited theUnited
United Seatsg SeatsgThe St4tThe SeatesThe I
The men interested in I the t Hathorn HathornCoinraissHMi HathMtICommtssMn HathornCommission
Commission company are Arthur Z ZHatborn ZHatBorn ZHathorn
Hatborn S W Devore E D > Zteael Zteaeland ZIe8eind Zieseland
and nd X A Sprang all of o whom 110m are un under 1111d fludr ¬
der d < er indictment by the federal fed grand grandjury grandJury nd ndjury
jury on charges of using u ins the mails to todefraud todefroa todeud
defraud defroa uti
Were Reaping a Harvest arvestThe HarvestThe rvcst rvcstThf
The > concern ncera was fairly reapfMg reapli a aharvest aharvst aharvest
harvest it is said of monejr moD F until its itsmail Itsmail
mail was wa stopped and even now Mr MrHaAipt Mrlaupt r rHaupt
HaAipt te of the opinion that it is re recejvirife recdvin reeetvin
cejvirife cdvin mail through a dummy dummyThe dummyThe dummyThe
The company compu has previously had hadfraud hadfraud hadfraud
fraud orders issued against it and has hasalways nasalays hasalways
always reappeared Te ppear under a new name nameIt mufleIt nameIt
It was on o onee < e known as the Devore Dia Diamond Diamond Dinmend ¬
mond company but a fraud order onte onteIItopped
stopped its business and the Hathorn HathornMutual HatbornMutual HathoruMutual
Mutual Commission company ompan was as the theresult theresult I
result r ult the new company it is charged chargedby
by federal officials operating under th thplan the theplan theplan i
plan of the theoid old one oneThe OI1 OI1The oneThe
The scheme of the company was wasto to toIssue toIssue I
Issue certificates at S 818 which the com company cornpany ¬
pany asserted would be soon worth 18 18Payments 1 1Payments 1Payments
Payments were 5 down and 125 lZ per perweek pereek perweek
week eek until the full Sit It I was paid Of Ofthe Ofthe
the weekly payments S3 S cents was to togo j I
go into the redemption fund 15 1 cents centsto centsto centsto
to the companys own use and the re remaining remaining icmahilng ¬
maining part of the 89 8 for the purpose purposeof
of carrying on the t tint business busin As often oftenas ot oftenas n na
as a there might belW be 16t in the redemp redemption redemption redempt1or ¬
tion fund the lowest certificate holder holderwould hoklerould holderwould
would ould draw dra that amount amountRAILWAY amountRAILWAY
18 18RAILWAY S
RAILWAY CONDUCTORS DUE DUENearly DUENearly DUENearly
Nearly 3OO 3ObComing Coming to Salt Lake LakeFrom LakeFrom ake akeFrom
From Portland Convention ConventionNearly ConventionNearly ConventionNearly
Nearly 3M 3O members of the Order of ofRailway ofRailway I
Railway Conductors who 00 have been in insession insession litsession
session at Portland for several days dayswill dayswill
will arrive in this city this monl morningand morning morningand no noand I
and will be entertained during durin the day dayby da dab dayby
by b local members of the order orderCars orderCars orderCars
Cars have been chartered to convey conveythe cone conethe conveythe j
the visitors around the city cit and they theywill theywUl theywilt
will attend the th special pe < ial organ recital at atthe at1M atthe
the Tabernacle at noon noonNEBRASKA noonCJJ
i
CJJ CJJr
NEBRASKA r FLOODS FLOODSEight FLOODSi FLOODS1Eight j
i 1Eight Eight Families Rescued From the theRaging theRaging theRaging
Raging Waters WatersNorfolk WatersNorfolk WatersNorfolk
Norfolk Neb May M Ia V16 16There There was as a afurther afurther afurther
further rise of five inches last night ni ht of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the already alreadyswOllen swollen Elkhorn river here hereflooding hereoOOing hereilooding
flooding the east side and causing a ageneral a aJeDeral ageneral
general exodus Qf q familiesfrom families from rom that thatpart thatpart thatpart
part of the city Eight families were ere
imprisoned by b the surrounding flood floodtoday ftoodtoday floodtoday
today and it was necessary to rescue rescuethem re rescuethem cue cuethem
them with boats and wagons The Thenorth Thenorth Thenorth
north fork of the Elkhorn river which whichnaturally whichnaturally whichnaturally
naturally is a narrow stream is now nowa nJIIa
a mile wide wideThe wideThe ide ideThe
The dike along the Elkhorn river at
Neligh broke finally flooding part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the town and forcing forcin many families
from their houses Boats were sent ent to torescue torescue torescue
rescue the flood oocI victims No 0 casualties casualtiesare
are reported reportedBurnetts reporteBurnetts reportedBurnetts < <
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Burnetts Vanilla Extract ExtractIs
Is the best The grocers know it Insist Insiston
on Burnetts It is pure and whole wholesomeu wholesomePROTEST wholesome wholesomePROTEST ome i I
11 11PROTEST u
PROTEST FROM PORTLAND PORTLANDPortland PORTLANDPortland PORTLANDPortiand
Portland Ore May a liPortland liPortlandchamber 1GPortlandchamber Portland Portlandchamber
chamber of commerce has telegraphed telegrapheda tel phed pheda
a protest to the purchasing pure basing agent of
the Panama canal commission asking
for an extension ext sIon of time for consid consideration considPfaUon consideratlon ¬
eration of lumber proposals beyond
May 19 1 and 2i i These dates if main ¬
tamed tain will exclude Portland firms
from from bidding on canal lumber ma maDr ¬
terial terialDr
Sa SaDr
Dr E W Keysors Keys rs Method Met od of Filling Fillingteeth Fillingteetb Fillingteeth
teeth is painless 162 I6 Main street Auer
bach BWsr Phones B 112fK Ind 117
Straw Hats In Order OrderV OrderIn
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1 In j Order to Pick From Fromthe FromI Fromthe I
the Choicest Pick Here HereSalads He HereS I
S
S Salads s from 150 tp toPanamasthe 500 500Panamas 5 0 0Panamasthe
Panamas Panamasthe the real real thing thing3OO
300 to i i ooo All the theproper theproper theproper
proper proper spring shapes all the theproper theproper theS
S proper straws strawsselected selected for a aselect aselect aS aselect
S select store Theyre J right iig righti O t 1 1but
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i but bu t dont dOll tget get left leftRICHARDSON leftI x xRICHARDSON T
I RICHARDSON ADAMS Co CoA
A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENAt ME4AtThoSin
At AtThoSin The Sign Signof Signof
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of the
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I PRESENT DAY LANDSCAPES LANDSC PES ON BRIGHAM STREET STREET
The residents r si < ints rn ci r Brigham sfrwt 9h
from State t S < nti Eat F t stY are areanxiously ar arRnxi
I anxiously Rnxi u ly av a avaiting aiting the compJouon < OJTIIT > 1 Nl of ofthegrading Q f fthegrading
thegrading the grading turhirg and paving p lY nK of fI that thatthoroughfare thattlIQroughfrp
thoroughfare The street has been torn tornup tornup I
up for months and owing to disagree d 2get 2getme1tt1 >
merits among am o the property Prope r t owners ownerslooked It t tlooked
looked for a time as though years yearswould yeer5would year
would pass before the th proposed propo ed im impnmn i iprov
prov pnmn provtmonth ments nts were completed But the theRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN SIDE OF OFMUKDEN I I
MUKDEN P BATTLE BATTLEClaim I IClaim
Claim to Have Had HadtheJ3cst the Best of It at atRETREAT atFirst
First FirstRETREAT
RETREAT BUT NOTA NOT A ROUT ROUTTOTAL ROUTI ROUTIT
I
TOTAL T T L LOSSES WERE ERELESS LESS THAN THAN1OOOOO
5 1OOOOO 1OOOOOCorrespondence 100000Corre6M11denee
Correspondence of Associated Press PressGunaitu
Gunaitu Pass Manchuria April 15 15Some 1
Some ten weeks have passed since the thelast
last echoes hoes of the Titanic Mukden com
bat have died away but the discus discussions ¬
sloan and tales of 0 those hard days of orfigbtin
fighting and retreats have not les lessened lessened
sened but on the contrary contrar grow louder louderand louderand
and louder Here in the arm army rmy the thenewspaper thenewspape
newspaper articles and telegrams por portraying portraying
traying a disastrous rout of the th Rue Russians
sians were read with ith amazement amAzem t and andindignation andindignation
indignation The reality was as fol follows folJows
lows
The Russian Story StoryThe StoryThe
The attack on the Russian positions positionsby I
by the Japanese began February 19 19The 1tThe 1lThe
The first Manchurian army arm and parts I Iof
of the Third army repulsed all attacks attacksand
and as to the character of this repulse repulsethe
the best proof is the fact that on March I
7 after the repulse repul of the last attack attackon
on thejGaotu the GaQtu pass the Japanese in incomplete incomplet
complete d disorder 1der abandoning on their theirbivouacs theirbivouaCS
bivouacs many objects ammunition ammunitioncartridges ammunitioncartridges ammunitioncartridges
cartridges conserves and rice retired retiredalmost retiredalmost
almost four our miles The same thing thingtook thingtook
took place pJa < e on on the remainder of the thefront I
front of the First army ann The Second SecondManchurian Secondfanchurian
Manchurian army ann repulsing all the theerate thedesperate
desperate erate attacks on the western front frontwas frontwas frontwas
was unable however to throw tnro back backthe backtile backthe
the Japanese forces which hleh were encir encirdins encircling
dins Mukden from toni the north northHad northHad
Had to Fall Back BackThis BackThIB
This success sueceae of the Japanese ban banpolled nn ompetled nnpeiied
polled the Russians to withdraw the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First and Third armies to the forti fortified fortified fortifled ¬
fied positions on the line of the Hun Hunriver Hunrher
river On March arch 9 the Japanese sue sueceeded succeeded
ceeded in breaking through the Russian Russianposition Russianposition
position on the Hun river which to together togtthr togther ¬
gether with ith the army of Nogi No ad advancing advancing ¬
vancing along aon the tb west and Okus as assistance assistance ¬
sistance forced the command to give givethe givethe givethe
the order to all the armies to retreat retreatto
to Tie pass p s In spite of the t extremely extremelydifficult extre extremelydimcult ly lydifficult
difficult circumstances the retirement retirementof retrf ent entof
of the troops from the advanced p po pusi pusitions si sitk i itions
tk tions > ns took place in good order ord The Theretreat Theretreat Theretreat
retreat was rendered more difficult by bythe bythe
the panic in the th wagon trains Many Manywagons Manywagons ran ranwagons
wagons and also thirtythree guns gunswith gunsith
with ith caissons were unharnessed and andabandoned andabandornd andabandoned
abandoned Xevertheless the corpe re retired retired retired ¬
tired with tolerable order the proof of ofwhich ofwhich
which blch is the fact that on March Wa h 10 10the 10the 10the I
the Russians prevented pie be Japanese Japanesewho Japanesewho Japanesewhobroke
who whobroke broke through the Hun lines from fromjoinmg j II
joining with those advancing from the thewest thewest5 i iwest I
west which would have cut off the theRussian theRussian r rRussian
Russian troops to the west and south southof southof uth
of Mukden This in turn made it Im Impossible ImOS8ible Impossible ¬ I
possible OS8ible for the Second Russian army armjunder armyunder
under the most difficult conditions to toretire toretire toretire
retire preserving their inability to tofight tofight tolight
fight
Rear Guard Surrounded SurroundedOne
One of the rear guards under com command command cornstand ¬
mand of Major General Garefleld and anda
a few battrlions Jr8tt Jions losing tile direction directionwhich dlrectonwhcJ direetonwhch
which had been given them for the re retreat retrfat retreat ¬
treat were surrounded and after a afurious afurious afurious
furious fight succeeded su < < eeded in partly break breaking breaking breaklog ¬
ing through with losses In this way waybegan waybegan waybegan
began the sudden confusion which be became beca became ¬
came ca panic among the wagon agon trains trainscommunicating traincommunicating trainscommunicating
communicating partly to those bat battsries batt battOrIes
tOrIes t ris and packs which owing to the thedust thedu thedust
dust du t storm lost J st their way and got be between betWffn between ¬
tween the wagons The troops of the thelines th thJines thelines
lines were almost untouched by the thepanic thepan thepeale
panic pan if and retired fighting steadily steadu de defending detendin dcfending ¬
fending tendin successive positions while the therear therear therear
rear guard had to repulse the Japanese Japanesewith Jap Japanesewith nese nesewith
with the bayonet Under the protection protectionof
of these > slowly sowly retreating bleeding and andwornout andwornout andWornout
wornout soldiers work on the railroad railroadwas railroadwas
was 88 continued until the night of March areh arehn
11 and rd ail the rolling stock and all the thewounded thewounded thewounded
wounded were er got gotiaway vway way with the ex exception exeeptkm exeption ¬
ception of 4W 4 especially sriousiy sriousiywounded s sriouslywounded > rio usb usbwoundtd
wounded who ho were left in several sev r801 lies hospitals liespitals ¬
pitals UaI8 in Mukden together with lth 490 490wounded 490ound I Iwoundcij
wounded ound Japanese In the retreat from fromMukden fromMukden fromMukden
Mukden as th tM army began gan to arrive arriveat arrhat arrIveat
at Tie pass a and occupied positions pojt Ofts six sixand sixand sixand
and a half miles south UUI oJ Tie pass passall passaU passall
all desperate dCtpt > rate attacks of o the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese were repulsed stopping their theirfurther theirfurther theftfurther
further advance advanceMovement advanceMovement advanceMovement
S
Movement Northward NorthwardIn
In Tie Ti pass the Russian troops were weregiven weregiven I
given Iver a two days rest but since it be became became ¬
I
came evident that the Tie pass ass itosi itosiU MSiOeM S
U OeM n by their tactical ctlcal and strategical strategicalconditions tttat strategicalconditions lcal lcalcondllWAs L
conditions were not advantageous advanta it itw Itwas itwas
w was s decided to continue the movement movementnorthward movfmentnorthwanI movementnorthward
northward During that movement movementanother movementallOtbr
another day was 81 > given gtv n which is the thebest thebest thei i
best 1j indication that the troops were wereretiring ere erer i
retiring r ttrtRg in good order The Russian Russianlosses Russtanlosses Russianlenses L
losses for the whole perIod of the fight fighting ftghtIng fightL ¬
ing from Feb IS l to March areh 14 consisted consistedof L
of killed wounded and missing ml 61ng as 8 fol follows foll tollows ¬
lows lowsTwo l ws wsTwo
Two generals both severely severe wounded woundedand woundedIUd woundedJtd I
and Jtd now prisoners prisonersStuff prieonersStrr prisonersSts1
Stuff and other officers 1M3 1M3Privates 1 1Prlntes 1Privates
Privates S7f77 S7f77Dividing 8iI77Dividlng S777Dividing
Dividing the thelatter latter floire ft Into classes classesthere classesther classesthere
there would be in round r und numbers about abo aboutI t tiiOtO
51090 wounded gathered tberecl tip p 15000 15000killed liOOOkm 1OOtkilled I
killed km 70W 7 to SW6 taken prisoners and andie090 andI
ie090 to 12690 1 left on the tb field and andmissing and11Ii I
missing 11Ii sin Of the laet two classes the thenumber thenum thenumber m
number num r of thos taken prisoners must musthe muste mustbe
he e calculated at l not more than 5600 00 to toC9M tC60W
C9M G Of guns the Russians lost thirty thirtythree thirtythree thirtythree I
three including twentysix quick quickfirers quickfirers quickfirers
firers Ac a to the siege artillery a Ul1er every everygun everyg1tt
gun 9f It with all the ammunition everyI was wassent wassent wa wasent I
sent north two days da before the retreat retreatbegan retretitbeGa retreatbeaq
began beganGeneral beGaGener
General 1 Karakevich iarak ti b chief of stafffurnishes staff stafffurnishes taffurnl6hes
furnishes this conclusion concerning
losses lossesS
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RELEASED ON BAIL BAILSan BAILSSD BAILSen
San Francisco May Ql 16 16Kdward 1dward Edward J
Smith formerly tormerl city and ud edanty i x xcollaetar xJoUeet8r
collaetar isfho fuo was arr arr4Metl rr S1o ft a al St Louis Louison LouIon t ton I
on the chars tha of bsit beinc a defaulter defa1tl wa was wasreleased J Jreieased I Ireleased I
released tonight od a 000 bond bo do
I ciritractors c are noW it 1 xvoK WO ol I irxj rn it is isexpected isted
expected c cc peeted < ted that the sl s ft t T niii ii jli j b l < r roprned To
oprned o < rnd tp t traffic b bff fre fhrlstmnw fhrlstmnwThe hrhtmt hrhtmtThe
The pictures p 11115 show the present aide ttiidition aideion lilCli i ilion
lion t ion of the street tr > et One of the > pictures picturesi
j i if i f ofthe of the concrete conCT > t mixer and the other otherj otherghes
j givesa ghes g ives a viewof view 5of the street looking east eastfrom eastfrom
from f rom State street streetinches streetThe S
The paving Is tobe of asphalt onslx onslxinhes on six
inches i of concrete cOI1 < rete sixty feet fe t from Curb CurbTALKS CurbT CurbTALKSON
TALKS T TALKSON A L 1 < SON ONJMPURErflOD ONJMPURErflODCity IMP IMPUREF000 IMPUREF000ity U R EFO 00 00City
City C ity Inspector J J J J Meyers Gives Ad Adrace Adce Advice
vice race ce to t the Butchers and Retail KetailGrocers RetailGrocers RetailS
S Grocers Association AssociationCity Associationcity
City Food FootlJnspector Inspector J J J J Meyers Iey rs met metwith melwlth metith
with w ith the Butchers and a i Retail Gracers Gracersassociation GrwersociRtion
association s ociRtion last night at its hall in i the theJennings theJennings theennings
Jennings J block and discussed tl IS6cd the pure purefood purefood
Jf
food f situation situationIt
It is now tim > to commence a cru crusade crnide ¬ I
sade s ide on the impure food that is il being beingshipped beingshipped
shipped s into the Salt Lake market he hesaid hesaid
said s This organization is strong strongenough slr StrVI1 StrVI1nowh nJ I Ieno
enough eno e nowh gh to demand Dure iure food or 0 not nothandle
handle handle h the manufacturers goods Salt SaltLake SaltLake Saltake I
Lake L ake has simply been the dumping dumpingground dumpinground
round g Lg for a number ntlmb r of packing houses housesbut housesut
but b ut with your assistance 85S stance we can put puta
a ba bd stop to it IL I have served notice on ondifferent ondIfferent
different d packing houses to the effect effectthat effectthat
that t if any an more shipments of cheap cheapherrings cheapherrings
herrings h and bacon are consigned consign d to toSalt toSalt toalt
Salt S hS alt Lake they will be prosecuted prosecutedThere prosecutedThere
There T here are certain brands of canned cannedgoods cannedgoods
goods g oods and extracts that have been beentested beentested
j tested t and found to be impur impureAfter impurAfter
After the city food insi in Inopeetor peCtor > ector had fin finished fini81OO ¬
i shed i his lis talk the association took the thematter theIJUltter
matter m atter under consideration It was de decided d dcided ¬
cided c to start a crusade against the theimpure theimpure thempure
impure i mpure food supplies and a list will ill be bemad bemad
mad m ade out of the various brands and andsent andsent andent
sent s to each member of the associa associatioiiX associaUOJ
st 1 tioiiX UOJ t ioii > > The brands designated will be becondemned beeondemned beondemned
condemned c < and not be permitted to be j jsold I
sold s old in the city markets It will iIl then thenbe tkenbe thene
1 be b e up to the commission houses hou to tohandle tohandle
handle h only such goods as have ht < < ve been beenfound beenfound
found f sure sureThe ure ureThe ureThe
The first carload of soap without pre premiums premiums preinnie ¬
miums m innie was shipped into Salt Lake yes yesterday yesterday ¬
j terday t since the association refused refu to tohandle tohandle
1 handle h any brands that gave premiums premiumsfor premiumsor
j for f or wrappers wrapp rs The association took tooksteps tooksteps tookteps
steps s in this direction several days ago agoand agoand agond
and a nd the members have agreed to han handle handle banie ¬
dle d ie no more premium soap after ner their theirsupply tbelrsuppl theirupply
supply s on hand has been disposed di5 d of ofState ofState
State Food Inspector Ins ctor John E Peter Peterson Peterson Peteron ¬
son s < on also met with the association last lastnight la3tnight lastight
night n ight and took part in the discussion discussionThe dlseussionThe discussIonhe
The T he meeting was the largest held since sincethe sincethe sincehe
the t he association has been organized i jPOST iIJ Ie IPOST
e IJ IJROST
POST FOR JUDGE BOTKIN BOTKINHas
Has Been Recommended for Consul Consulat ConsulI I
at Port Louis Mau Mauritius Mauritins lifauritius ¬
ritius ritiusWord ritiusWord 1 1Vord
Word comes from Washington that thatJudge thatJudge thatudge
Judge J Theodosius Botkin of Salt L Lke Lkehas Lkeas ke kehas
1 has h as been recommended for the post of ofUnited f fCnited
United States consul at Port Louis LouisIsland LouisISland Louissland
Island I of Mauritius by Senator Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutherand ¬
land l and Senator Smoot with every everyreason ever eVtrreason
reason to believe the Salt Lake man manwill manw11I manwill
will get the place Port Louis is the thecapital thepital theCapital
capital pital of Mauritius which is about 500 500miles 500miles 00 00miles
miles east of Madagascar Ma jlsCRr and is a awith agreat agreat
great SU sugar llT rowing price The Tt island islandwith islandwith
with other smaller islands in the grOup grOupis
is i s a British colony coloR and 1 lit of some com commercial commetdal ¬
mercial importance because be < au of its posi position posiion Oi Oitton
ion t in the Indian ocean Mauritius was wasthe wasthe as asthe
the scene of Paul andVtrgihia andVtrgihiaJudge andVirgihiaJudge andVtrgihiaJudge
Judge Botkin hup ha been well known knownas
as one of the leading speakers sl > akers for or the theRepublican thfRepublican theRepublican
Republican party since he > was first firstsent firstsent
sent sent here hereby by the national committee in inHe
1900 He was born in Clarke county countyOhio eountyOhio countyOhio
Ohio In 1846 and lived there until 1861 1861Avhen 1861ihen 18411when
when he enlisted and served through throughthe throughthe I Ithe
the civil war with the Ohio troops He Hewas HEwas Hewas
was discharged In August 1865 and andtwelve andtwelve andtwelve
twelve days later went to Kansas Kansaswhich Kansaswhich KansaswhIch
which was his home until he made Utah Utahhis ltahhis Utalhis
his residence in 1901 Judge Botkin Botkintaught Boti BotiirS in intaught
taught school and read law la for eight eightyears eightY eight3Oars S
years Y < ars In Kansas and was admitted to tothe tothe tCthe
the bar In 1S74 He was elected pro probate probate ¬
bate judge of Linn county in 1876 18 and andserved andserved andserved I
served one term After leaving the thebench thebench thebench
bench he resumed practice until 1889 1889when 1 1hen
when hen Governor Humphrey appointed appointedhim appointedhim i
him judge of the newly created Thirty Thirtysecond Thirtysecond ThirtyI
second district of Kansas He resigned resignedfrom regtgnedfrom resignedI I
from the bench in October 1882 and andmoved andmoed andmoved I
moved from Mound ound City to Hutchinson HutchinsonKan HutchinsoilRan
Kan He was in the Kansas legislature legislaturein
in 1896 and 1S97 l and was AS elected elect > f de department dfpartment department ¬
partment commander of the Kansas I anS8S G GA GA GA
A R In 1897 He wa was appointed as assistant aAslstant assistant ¬
sistant adjutant general eneral of volunteers volunteersby volunteerby olunteersby
by President McKinley In 189S and andserved andserved andserved
served in that capacity < until Jan 1
1883 The climate of Utah pleased pleasedJudge pleasedudge pleasedJudge I
Judge Botkin better than that of ofKansas orKansas ci ciKansas
Kansas and he decided to make his hispermanent hispermanent himpermanent
permanent home hre in 1901 He was wasreading wasreading C Creading
reading clerk of the late state senate senateJudge senateJudge nate nateJudge
Judge Botkin has a wife and three threechildren threechildren threchildren
children at Hutchinson His youngest youngestdaughter youngestdaughter youngesdaughter
daughter is still in high school there thereDifferent the theDifferent thereDifferent
Different members of the family have havepassed haepassed haveuesed
passed their vacations with their father fatherin fatheiin
in Utah since he made his home here hereRAY berec bereRAY hereRAY
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RAY YOUNG YOUNGPROMOTED YOUNGPROMOTEDChosen PROMOTED PROMOTEDChosen
Chosen First Lieutenant of Company CompanyH f fH
H at Election ElectionAt
At an election held last night in the thearlnory theal1nory thearmory
armory Second Lieutenant Hay na Young Youngwas Youn Younas Yountwas
was as chosen first lieutenant of company companyH comptin comptinH
companyi
H First regiment N G U to fill the thevacancy thevacancy i
theD
vacancy caused by b the resigniitkHi resi nlltlon two twoweeks twoweeks tWIweeks D
weeks ago of First Lieutenant A B BPembroke EPembroke I IPembroke
Pembroke PembrokeThe PembrokeThe PembrokeThe
The election was under the he super supervision supervision supeCvision ¬
vision of Colonel H M i H Lund and andthere ardthere are 1 1there
there was wa a good turnout of the mem members members meatbers ¬
bers of the company Lieutenant LieutenantYoung LieutenantYoung I IYoung
Young served for a time in the engi engineer engineer engineer ¬
neer corps of the United States volun volunteer volunteer volunteer ¬
teer army In Honolulu HonoluluEXCURSIONS HonoluluII HonoluluEXCURSWNS
II IIEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EAST EASTVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt LineSalt LineSalt
Salt Lake to Chicago and return4450 return4450Salt return 4LjO 4LjOSalt 44iiSalt
Salt Lake to St Louis and return returnSalt 8950
Salt Lake to St Paul or Minneap Minneapolis Iinneapoils ¬
oils and return returnSalt u 4190
Salt Lake to Omaha or Kansas KansasCity KanlasCity KansasCitY
City and return returnSalt 3200 3200Salt 3200Salt
Salt Lake to Denver and return 2000 2000Correspondingly OO OOCorrespondlnglj 0 0Correspondingly
Correspondingly low rates tp t many manyother man I Iother
other points pointsTickets pointsTickets pointsTickets I
Tickets on sale May ray l7 7 and 29 and andJune andJune am amJune
June 3 5 10 and 12 I good for return returnuntil returnuntil returiuntil
until S Sept pt 15 See agents for further furtherparticulars furtherparUculhn r rparticulbrit
particulars City Ticket Ofllce 201 201Main 201Main 20 1 1Main
Main street streetSPECIAL streetSPECIAL streetSPECIAL
SPECIAL GRAND JURY JURYS
SS S Louis May Iay IS 16At At a conference conf enee to tonicht tonighL tonight
night between Governor Goveni r Folk Attorney Atto AttoGeneral AttorseGefleral
General Hftdley Hadle and S V W Joseljrn prose prosecuting prosecuting ¬
proset
cuting attorney < of Mississippi county It Itwas Itwas I ILi t
was decided to convene a special grand grandjury grandjury grew grewjut Li
jury jut to Investigate the lynching of Bob BebWcthcrspODn BobVetherspooT1 Bo BoWetherspoost
WcthcrspODn a JMSgro At atB Batment E4mentlast Imelllt JL L Lhurt
last week The grand granf jury will epnveite epnveiteat LfJVe LfJVeat ep rep 5 5at
at Charleston Charl ton Mo I on May hlY > tK t tI j
to t J urb rb The trolley poles in the ten cenVr tenrif n nor
Vr of the iii strCt ar > to t tJe > JJE be taken down downand do doennd n nand
and a nd the trolley trollt wires will be b < suspended suspendedfrom < upendtdfrom
from p rom the fMles des of the street In the theourse theourse
ourse of the next year or two the theelectric theelectric
electric e l clric light wires now running along alongth j
the th t ime street will be put into conduits conduitsThe i iThe
The T he entire cost of grading curbing and AndpaYlug
paving p the street from State to Seventh SeventhEast SeventhEast
East E ast street will approximate 10000 10000SHOULD I
SHOULD SHOULDBEENFORCED BE ENFORCED ENFORCEDGovernor EN O CE
Governor Polk of Missouri Gives His KisOpinion HisOpinion
Opinion as to What Laws LawsAre LawsAre
Are for forfet foriSt
fet t Louis May ay 16 16Guernor Governor Folk of ofMissouri ofI ofMissouri
Missouri I uri addressing addr sing the central Bap Baptfcjt Baptist
tfcjt L ist convention tonight said saidenforcement 3ItidII
tMlzsouri II uri has an idea th thtt lt means the theforcernent
enforcement e of law Laws that are not notenforced nole
enforced e 1f d add just so much to the sup suppert suppert
pert p ert of good 000 government as sores do to tothe tothe j
the t he strength of the human body hod Law Lnwbreaking j jbreaking
breaking b has become alarmingly com common ¬
mon m en It is one of the greatest eategt dangers dangersthat dftnger5that
that t confronts free government for forwhen forhen
when hen all au laws la W5 are ignored there can an be beno b bncr
no n o such thing thin as free government goernmentlany j i
Many men obey ob > y the laws they like but butthink i ithink I
think t they the Have a political liberty to todisobey todisobey
disobey d the laws that are obnoxious to tothem I itheni
them t The trust magnate looks with withabhorrence withbhorrence th
abhorrence a on the pickpocket who whoviolates whoY1010tes whoviolates I
violates the larceny statute but con considers considers ¬
siders a It entirely right to break the thelaws thelaws
laws l aws against combinations and monopo monopolies ¬ i
lies l The boodler detests the law break breaking breaking ¬
ing l ag of the trusts but considers the law lawagainst lawagainst I
against a bribery briber as an Infringement on onhis onhis
his h is personal liberty IIbert The dramshop dramshopkeeper dramshopkeeper
keeper regards the law l w against murder murders
as a s good but the law against operating operatinghis
his dramshop on Sundays Sunday is in his hisopinion hisopinion hispinion
opinion o puritanical and tyrannical If Ifeach Ifeach
each citizen were allowed to determine determinefor
for f or himself which laws are good and andwhich andwhlcb andwhich
which laws are bad and to Ignore i nore the thelaws thelaws theaws
laws l aws he considered bad the result resultwould resultwould resultwould
would be anarchy anarchywe we would have no nolaws nola8 noaws
laws l aws at all P1te lie only safe rule is that thatif thatIC thatf
if i f the law is on the statute books it itmust itmust itmust
must be observed There has been too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much of making laws to please the themoral themoral theitoral
moral m element and then not enforcing enforcingthem enforcingthem enforcinghem
them t to please the immoral element elementPOSTPONED elementCI elementPOSTPONED
CI III IIIPOSTPONED
POSTPONED BY BYTAFT BYTAFTWebington TAFT 1 1Wellington I
Wellington May Iay 16 16Secretary Secretary Taft Tafthas Tafthas I
has postponed > d until Nov No 1 last the open opentog i iing Iing
ing for bids for the railroads in the Phil Philippln Philppine j
I ippin islands The prospectus setting settingwill Sfttirigout settingout >
out the conditions governing th the > bidding bIddingwill i
will be promulgated within a week weekAre wtkAre weekre
i
Are re You In the Rush and Bustle BustleWhilo BustleWhile j
While We o join in the rush and bustle of ofthisbusy ofthisbusy I Ithis
thisbusy this busy world overtaxing oertaxin our energies energiesand energiesand energiesand
and racking our systems many of us are aremorally aremorally aremorallyvulpabloof
morally morallyvulpabloof culpable of reckless recklessdisregardof recklessdisregardofbodily disregard of ofbodily ofbodily
bodily strength and fitness Then per perhaps perhaps perimps
haps the health breaks down and we weseem weseem weseem
seem doomed d Omed to long periods of pain and anddepression nnddpression anddepress2n
depression Our Ourwbololife whole life is darkened darkenedYET darkenedY darkenedYET
YET Y TTHEREISAREMEDYATHAHD TTHEREISAREMEDYATHAHDi THERE ISfiREHEDYATHAHD ISfiREHEDYATHAHDHundreds IS A REMEDYAT HARD HARDHundreds
i Hundreds and thousands of ailing men menand mennnd menand
and women have found that thatverily thatI thatEECA9S
I BEECHAMS EECA9SPiLLS i ir
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verily make life worth worthliving worthlivingThcyFurffytheBIoodcctiigzth living1 living1Tftety Ii mg
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and repair cps1t the daixago caused by byovarwort y yovorwortt I Ioorworfl
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The genuine worth and neverfailing neverfailingefficacy neerfailingefficacy neverfailingefficacyof
efficacy efficacyof efficacyofEEHAS of ofhave ofBEECHAr
BEECHAr EEHAS JS PILLS PILLShae LLS LLShave
have bean fully proved during a period periodof
of nearly sixty years yen and they are recog recognized recogJ1i recogpizcdaathe ¬
nized J1i pizcdaathe pizcdaathetlet athe atheBest DS the theCest
Best Safeguard Against Bilious and andNervous andNervous andriervousAttacko
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The most satisfactory evidence ei ence of tho thouniversal thouniversal thouniversal
universal esteem este m in which BEECHAMS BEECHAJISPILLS BEECHAMSpILLS BEECHAMSFILLS
PILLS arohcld nrohcldis arobeldisfounditithefactthiit is found in the thefuct fact that the thaSALES theSALES theSALES
SALES EACH YEAR IHCREASE IHCREASEKJARVELOUSLY IHCP JffJ5EMARVELOUSLY itSE itSEMARVELOUSY
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From this Sad and Costly Experience ExperienceIt Exper ExperiencoItisasadbut ence enceIt
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on those snow snowwhite snoww
white w te beds are women and girk gir who whoare whoare whoare
are awaiting orrccovcringfronl oTr cove ngfrom opera operations operations J
tions made ncccseary by neglect neglectBvery n nglecL1ver3 glect glectRvrv
Bvery one of these patients had hadplenty hadlentyofwarningin i iplenty
plenty p lentyofwarningin of of warning jo that thatbearingdown thatbearingdowneeling bearing down downeelinp downeeling
eeling pain at the th left Ic t or right of the thewomb theomb j jwomb
w womb omb nervous exhaustion exhans ion pain in in the thesmall tbesmall themall
small s of the back leucorrhcea leucorrh a dizzi dizziness dizzincss dlxxiess ¬
ness B ess flatulency flntu ency displacements of the thewomb theomb theWomb
w womb omb or irregularities All of these thesesymptoms thesesymptoms theseymptoms
symptoms s are indications of an un Unealthy j
healthy h ealthy condition CODf1itionof of the ovaries or oromb j i
womb w omb and if not heeded the trouble troublewill troublewill troublewill
will make headway until un l the penalty penaltyhas
has l ine to be paid by a a dangerous opera operation operatin operaion ¬
tin t and ud a life lifetime time of impaired useful usefulness nsefulness usefuless ¬
ness n nr ess at best while in many cases the theresults theresults theesults
results r are fatal fatalThe fatalThe fathiThe
The following letter should bring bringope
hope h ope to suffering1 suf lnlJg women Miss Luclla LucllaAdamsof TuellaAdaTl1Sof rAimenadamnsof
Adamsof A the UlCColonnade Colonnade Hotel Seattle SeattleWash SeattleWash SeattleWash
Wash writes writesDear writesDear writesoer
Dear D oer Mrs Pinkham PinkhamAbout PinkbamH
H 4 About two years ago I was a great t suf sufferer suferer ¬
ferer f erer from a severe female etn l trouble pains and t
headaches h Thedoctornrescribedformeand The Thedoctorprescribed doctor prescribed lor forme me and
finally f fw told me that I bad a tumor on the tbawomb tbewmnb theomb I
womb w omb and nlll ninst t undergo an operation if I Iwanted Irenteel I Immted
wanted i to get well I felt that this was my j
death d eath warrant but I spent hundreds of o do dclars
lars J ars for medical help but the tumor kept keptrowing I Ian igrowing
growing g rowing Fortunately I corresponded with withim I Ian
an a im aunt in thXew England ED iand States and she sheadvised sheadrised
advised a me to take Lydia E Pinkhams Veg ¬
table etabIeCompund s Compound as it was said to cure tu tumorS tuocs
more m ocs I did so and immediately began to tomprove
improve i mprove in health and I was entirely cured i ithe ithe
the t tumor disappearing disap uing entirely without an anperation I I
operation o I wish every suffering woman womanwould
would w ould try this great preparation preparationJust preparationJust preparationJust t
Just as surely as Miss Adams was wascured wascured wasured
cured c of the troubles enumerated in inher inher iner
her h er letter just so surely will Lydia E EPinkhams EPinkhams Einkhams
Pinkhams P Vegetable Compound cure cureevery cureeverv curevery
every very e woman in the land who suffers suffersfrom suffersfrom suffersrom
from from f rom womb troubles inflammation of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t ovaries ova es kidney troubles nervous nervousexcitability nenousexcitability nervousxcitability
excitability e xcitability and nervous prostration prostrationMrs
Mrs Pinkham invites all young youngwomen I Iwomen j jwomen
women who are ill to write her for free freeadvice freedvise
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has < tabllshed an enviable rep reputation tatiott in this city for forha1tHing forIi
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