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4 THE TIESALT SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDWEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY YEI ESDAY MAY 3L4Y11 LY 17 1905 19O
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FERNSTROMS DONATION PARTY PARTYnless PARTYnlMiS PARTYnls
nless the Utah Light LI < ht Railway Railwaypany Rallwayrany Railwaypany
pany counts on the corruption of ofFine ofSJ8 ofE
Fine E ie councilman now unknown the theRjsardity tbeJ5Ir thetiirdIty
Rjsardity J5Ir ity ef th the franchise which its its9ant
9 9ant vant Fernstrom fathered at Mon Mons Monmeeting on I
< 1 s meeting meeUn ought to be enough enou h to tok tokl tok
k kl 1 It Not onlyis only I the franchise itself itselfa i hsefobvious I
a 1 obvious attempt to hamper and andc andppple andpIe
c ppple Pple pIe the city indefinitely but the theFtalth tlteF thCtalth
Ftalth F alth by b which the document was wasI j jJ
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I fared pared and th the bran effrontery of ofIts ofVs
Its 1g promoters wh when hen n it was as introduced introducedenough Intro Iiitrotiuces uce uceA <
A enough to sicken any friend frieDdof of de deit deC
< it t municipal government governmenti
i riginaliy glnall the light and railway oom oomriY c m
3 ry r y mad made some show sbo of fairness li but butstep butstep butCUT
step by step it has ha broadened its d dTamis de der tieLd2141S
Tamis r ands inch by inch it has baslncrea ha increased increasedi3 ted tedits
i3 reach r ah for special s 181 priviteg prlvt s until untilI
I b Monday Its representatives in th thcouncil the theundl theunci1
< council undl abandoned any pretense of ofserving ofsn ofcrng
sn serving crng ing the people who 110 elected them themaid themard themaid
aid stood sponsor slO r for a gift of enor enorjions enorJfU enorUS
jions JfU US > valua to the company on terms termsvMrh termstlir termsT
T vMrh tlir liich any an business man would repudi repudia
ae a C if it were presented by his h agent agentaid agentad agentad
ad which entitle the franchise to a atourial abUrial abUria1
bUrial so 0 deep and permanent that it itcm item Itcm
cm never b in resuscitated resuscitatedBy
By the terms of present franchises franchisestlir
tlir Th city is entitled to use the t poles polesfl polesf
f fl J crogganns of the companys lines linesTV
TV ii L 1 never it desires and without withoutt
t i go st The Ferastrom grab ra TvouW TvouWthe ould ouldi
i 1 the city to waive this privilege privilegea pr noe noenrbid
a 11 < j frrbid it i to toueeorek use er ask t to use the theUt
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v other Ut twr ctat c eleise lu would UkI forfcM f the theC Uteb
4 C 1 1 t of f any fcanchne to any Or t1er t1ernlpaIIY Orupaiiy
upaiiy 1 pa y for f street et car Hoes D eii on streets streetsntutipied
01 ItTUPied runted by Y the old ij company companylcit comanyI
lcit I I at is i to say R the city in asked Aak < to tot totli
t il tin tl company practically all its itssty itSts I Ist
sty st tns ts for the life of th t ths franchise fral1ch and andr nd ndI 1 1I
I TXUiate a monopoly Iy without relief reliefAil reUefil
Ail il 1 forfeiture clauses are wiped wi out outtiii outtJlUgh outtLiugli
tiii tJlUgh ugh such clauses exist in some of ofthe ofthl ofth
the th franchises under which the com cominiy
iniy 11 1 V operates operat now no The rate nlt for in inc Indeseent
c iilescent t nt lights Jt ts is raised to 12 I e eIt ceu ceui
7 > i It is j made 1 cents for promptpay promptpayr prompt pt pay paJr
r lit t and the time for putting < wires wiresL
L oler Ijrlrovt drgroutwi rovtMl I is ex ext eX4e044 < te d < M see year yearThest yearThls yrThese
These are some of the most objection objectfona o jecUon jecUon3r
a 3r T clauses of Fernstroms proposed proposedt pro promation propoeedfliation
t ination to the company and they are arei
i 1 I to warrant the rei reetion ction ion of the thefanhise thef
I
fanhise f 3 chlse as it stands tand Moreover reofne It Itt tt i
t company insists on procrastination procrastinationa I
aI a 1 exasperating t > demands the fran franC
t Ti T 3 30 negotiations ought to fee dropped droppeduuiiiuirily 4ropeduiniuiirily opped oppedUl11J1hlily
uuiiiuirily and condemnation proceed proceedi
i s instituted for to UP right el f way the thecity Utecity ffieAty
city Aty desires across the companys companysgrounds companysrounds companysgrounds
grounds in order to complete the Bfe Bfei Btgwood
CI > i ton tonwood wood water ter scheme schemeThe schemeT schemeLie I
T The people peo are sick and tired of the thesuspense tbeSl theS1il1se
suspense Sl ppI1Se the t possibility of corruption corruptionIT
IT the council the intolerable arro arrog arft11t arroof
g MIC of the company which hida Have haven
n irked the p eoceedings In today and the toeEn thenet
En 11 Her nf > r the whole matter is closed up upfli 11 11t11 upbetter
fli better tter it will m be for the city cityQLAIMS eltyCLAIMS cityCLAIMS
CLAIMS AGAINST FRANCE FRANCE7apan FRANCEtlJan FRANCEtJian
7apan tlJan now claims to have detailed detailedi
I
i i rmution rmatiouof of visits yi t8 by Russian war warFl warZ1ij ar arJi
Z1ij Fl Ji and auxiliaries xtHariel to French F h portsr ports
r f1 > I IidoC < JoCisisa ioCM and the O Stowing shoin in ini hd hdllensillteat Indtt
< i < iiersistwjt violation of neutral nentralThis neutralThie utraI utraIThi
This information te e ef f no hmne hmnei Immeimportance
< i < importance bat 1Mit It may be useful usefuli Wietui
i ruro liU > Of course Japans vital eon eonjust eonu5t
eonI
just iU u5t t now ig not that neutrality neutralityviolated neutralityfl
fl 11 violated vJokt tort that the Russian Russianhae Russianf I
I IsUipl
f s have ha been hem enaWe b1ed < l to take en onI enI
I i RUjiplie sUipl and an Stores ores ammunition ammunitiont munltion munltionde
t > < de tc and to put Umnuelves ves fa fafiiiss lae Inss
fiiiss ss Khaivc e for iMttle < Je JIllte afte their theirvoyage theiri
I i voyage yage from home homerut bontelnt homerit
rut assuming assuJftln Japans JapaaslllfennatkMt information is ist Ist
t t t t it Is con ixneeWable rmbl that t Japanese Japanesej Ja JaI
j > huus and aMp L4dpewnersmay wners may 1te 1teJ e ec
c J t colKct oIl ct svbstantial b dJuna daI daineges dainegesance eK eKo esPI
o PI i France ance as asa a result of the visits visitsor vitso
or u Tf 1 1 Russian vessel v to French ports portsA portse4eiit S Sil
A il > cedent is to be found in the thelelLIS ffc ffcn f fI
n lelLIS I us U Alabama Claims cases which whichrrsultd whlehYr IIJek IIJekrr
rrsultd rr uHd in an award ofmore oC moretlMin moretlMintft than thani
3 i tft < 000 OO from the British govvrnuKnt govvrnuKnti gyp irllllKt irllllKtlmf
i lmf American > ri < an citizens who had suffered sufferedtrough suft eelfbredthr red I Ithrough j
trough thr ugh the depredations of the Ala Ahtt A1abna Alabma
t bna > ira and other vessels els which had been beenfie Deenfit beeniit
fie fit t pd 41 < 3 out in It British h port por ports for forunler or service servicetiruItT lee leeundtr
tiruItT tlf t n Confederate ConfeclerateThe Confedratiiag ConfedratiiagThe flajr flajrThe
The tribunal t whk which hlclt made lI the th award awardIr a rd rdIr
Ir thes cases adopted certain rules rulesvhih ruMsIi rulesl
vhih Ii l irh h have since been observed ob rved as in intfrTKitional Intr IntiritIonai
tfrTKitional tr aUornd law Ia on the points pointsThos invoiced invoicedThos hivoivdThos
Thos rules are based on the general generalprinciple eneraI eneraIrincipIe l lprindple
principle that due diligence d should be becxTTised Bexocised beJ54
cxTTised J54 by b neutral governments in inoxa inx Incat
oxa cat x < t proportion to the risks rfa to taw1rlch taw1rlchEitiwr towhlchether < which whicheither
either one of the belligernt bellI ntto may ny be beesposfd befspn beepotd
esposfd fspn fd by failure to fuiftli the obliga obligations abl ablt obftatiojis ¬
tions t OllS of neutrality neutra on their part part parLi A AJif Aa Aaillfr
< tier i Jif > r principle adopted by the AlalMun AlalMuntiibuual AIa1Nuh AJabeniti
tiibuual h itmllaI that no government Hu oan jon justify jaatlf joniffy ¬
iffy tlf itself It5 > IC for its failure failu in due di digvrue dill dtllgnct dillOft
gvrue dn n the plea of o the ingiHHclonr Iquelencyor ingiHHclonrof
of or the legal means of o action actji which Jtiall It Ky ItT085f itjsseases
y T085f jsseases ossesses 5SeS > can C8 be used to meet a con contention eontntiofl on ontn ¬
tention tn t ion by France that Its oOfefals In HiI InI inI
I doChina er en unable to enforce MeU MeUt aeutrality eu eutiality
tiality t aUt should Japan later decide to toit tore5
3 ress re5 claims for dAmages to t its eon oomi eoni om omI
i erce as a result of the visits of f the theJufsian theI
4 Jufsian I Ufsian ships to French FrenchT ports portsIn PortLII
In T the Alabama AlabamastateS cages tk TJrfltad VJfteiIlates TJrfltadFiates
stateS lates cotnmteofcHiers claimed e9mre e9mresation eezua eezuasitIofl mfVtt mfVttsation
sation fordirect for direct losses in the dMeuc dMeuction cljsjtiuction cljsjtiuc 1iketiori
tion of g the t e jyess 5 z suVail4 ai and lli 14 < 4p 4t
untional U11 iOlal expenditure in the th pursuit of ofthe ofthe orthe
the Confederate veseels Y and for in indirect indirect indirect ¬
direct injury fnJ T y In tie transfer t Dat of United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnttedStates
States snipping to the British flag 11 in inthe Inthe Inthe
the enaaocsd enIIaoc rates N of msuranoe ms ranee in toe toeTolengHUon tJaeol thetoIongaUon
TolengHUon ol b lltJon of the war and in the ad addition addition addiUon ¬
dition to tm the > ost of O tlr tit war wa The tri tribunal 1r1bunal rl rlbunal ¬
bunal found for the United unitci States States in inUsclaims inIts inIts
Usclaims Its Iibns bns basedondirect based on direct Ireet losses but butheld butbetd buthed
held against a ln it in Its claims for forIn forIndirect In Indirect Indir ¬
direct dir t Injury InjuryThe InjuryThe InjuryThe
The Alabama eases differed from the Ulepresent thepresent thepresent
present eases in that most of the Con Confederate Confedltrate Confederate ¬
federate ships were constructed In InBritish InrltJ InIhitipit
British rltJ k ship yards But a rule adopted adoptedby
by the > Alabama tribunal borers mrers the thepresent tlIepre thepresent
present eRt situation by providing that a aneutral aneutral aneutral
neutral government vernment is bound to use usedue 5edue se sedu
due du diligence net to permit or 0 suffer suffereither sui suffereItkr CI CIeither
either belligerent 1 nt to make use of Its Itsports Itsport Itsports
ports or waters as the base ase of navaj navajoperations Jl8vnIoperatlona uavmloperatlona
operatlona against t the other or for the Shepurpose thepurpo thepurpose
purpose of the renewal renea or augmenta augmentation aumen aumenlion augmentatimt ¬
lion of military supplies or arms or orthe ortbe orthe
the recruitment of men menJapanese menJapaJ menJapanese
Japanese He snip owners and merchants merchantsmust erclumtsmuat merchantsmust
must of course expect to suffer as a aresult aresvlt areuit
result of encounters with Russian war warvessels waraD warvessels
vessels and aD so far ae 36tM the Russian Russiaernmeat gov government goveminent ¬
eminent te coacecned this is Dart of ofthe otthe ofthe
the warfare Bat B t there Is a possibility possibilitythat po possibilitythat stbUity stbUitythat
that France Fnep may b be called upon to torecompense torECOmpeu8e torecompense
recompense Japanese e citizens for losses lossescaused 088escau lossescaued
caused by Hojeetvenskys Roje squadron squadronsubsequent squadronsubRqumt squadronsubsequent
subsequent to the squadrons visits to toFrench toFreoeh toFrench
French ports In case Japan should shouldpresent ahouldpreant shouldpresent
present claim of this nature n ture th infor infoririation IftformaUo1 hiforIratioii
iriation regarding the visits of f the R Rws Rwssian RusSian s sJDAHOS
sian skips would be or the ftnk hn hnpo htiPorce
po Porce PorceJDAHOS
Gr GrIDAHOS =
JDAHOS NEW RESERVES RESERVESWashington RESERVESVastdh RESERVESWashbitotl
Washington Vastdh of1 advices indicate that thatdlsinte tie tiedisinterest tedisinterested
disinterest dlsinte ed d patriots who ho head the theIdaho UteIdaho theIdaho
Idaho Republican machine find nd them thems thems1ves
s s1ves lves h unable to direct the forest re reserve rfsen reserve ¬
serve sen policy of the president The prafi prafiident J prldeiit Q8 Q8kk
ident kk nt appears p ars to believe 1Ieve his own judg judgment jud judoment judinent
ment endorsed by the opinions opin ft of Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Dubois and Forester Pmchot 8 8rather te teratlier Israther
rather more calculated eaieutated to serve the in intrest inLteft intrust
trust of the people of Idaho than are axethe arethe arethe
the schemes gd mes of the Republican ring ringAccordingly rlnieCordlnslj rIngAecordingly
Accordingly the president announces announceshis AnnOIUKC5his announceshis
his determination to create seven new newforest n nfort newforest
forest 8t > reserves le8en which hieh will IIi embrace an anaggregate anAb anaggregate
aggregate Ab re dte of o 7 tIItM OB acres of land landThis landThis landThis
This is i quite a reverse for Heyburn HeyburnGooding HeyburnGooding HeyburnGooding
Gooding French F h et al who ho have given giventhe bfeI1 bfeI1the giventhe
the people of their slat to understand understandin
in a general way wa that the t president presidentlooks presidentlooks presidentlooks
looks to them for advice on all mat matters matters mattoys ¬
ters pertaining pertalnin to the state of Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdfthoThe
The presidents reply to Hiyburns
pro protest 10test protest ¬
test may properly be designated as asjolt a ajolt ajolt
jolt Mr Roosevelt says Heyburns Heyburnsobjections He Heyburnsobjections burng burngobie
objections obie < lHm if sustained would ould be sub subversive subversle subversive ¬
versive of the best interest of the state statenot statenot tAte tAtenot
not only now no but in the future futureThat futurerhat futureThat
That is plain enough enott h We await with withsome withsome Ith IthfOIT1e
some curiosity an explanation from fromSenator fr fret fretSenator 1 1Senator
Senator Heyburn We Ve would like to tobe tobe tobe
be put in possession n of the real reasons reasonsfor reatOns1or reasonsfor
for tit tht opposition by b the Republican Republicanmachine RepuDlleanmachine Republicanmachine
machine and various corporations to a aplan aplan aplan
plan designed to save 8ilveth the timber of ofIdaho ofIdallo ofIdaho
Idaho Jfor the people e of that state stateJAFTS state1D tste tsteTAFTS
1D 1DTAFTS
TAFTS TARIFF EXPOSE EXPOSEThe EXPOSEThe EXPOSEThe
The beauty beaut of the protective tariff tariffsystem tarifrsystem tariffsystem
system as it works orks in ship ip construction constructionhas N
has been 1 demonstrated right out in inopen Inopen Inopen
open meeting m by the Panama canal canalcommission canAlcommileion canalcommission
commission A Among Amvn At other things tbjll the thecommission thecoinmiss1on
commission needs two more moresftJps ships Sf SC SCrltar SEel4tary c crltary
rltary y Taft TX tt has decided the he government governmentought governmentoiikt 9rB nJent nJentOU
ought OU oiikt ht to buy them abroad far fseh be ex explains exp cxpIins ¬
plains p ins they can be had b8 in Europe rope at atu atiL ata
iL a u saving of 6i6M 48MO W W AS compared co paretl with withtheir withtheir kh khUaeir
their cost uet if bought In the United UnitedStatas UnitedStat25 UnitedStates
States StatasThere StatesThere
There fe no question but that timber Umbercan timbercan timbereast
can be had cheaper e r and better in this thiscuntry thiscountry
country than abroad The actual labor la laborcost
cost of construction is not great reat but butthe butthe II
the prices demanded by b the tel trust trustlor tMl truStlot
lor Its material protected hy Jt the tariff tariffis I
is F so much greater grea et than is asrfced in inEurope InEurope
Europe that a ship built hen om 0A al almost almost ¬ I
most double the same product in Clan Glasgow Clangour ¬ I
gow or or oth otJlcT r British ship hlp yards ards Of Ofcourse Ofcourse
course the government escapee evca the duty I
5 foreignbought goods and to ships shipswould shipswd
would t1d < not be subject to the restrictions restrictionsplaced restrictiOnsplaced rictions
placed on foreignbuilt ships operating operatingin
in the American coasting ooutin trade tradeThe tra traTbe tradeThe
The conclusion is inevitable that thatAmericanbuilt thatAaaeriean thatAmerican
American shippers who 110 are compelJed coinpeliedto
to patroniatl Americanbuilt A riQnbuilt ships aps are areLetii arebetn
Letii compelled to pay enormoue ehOr trib tribute tribate tribate ¬
ate l to t the sM shipbuilding phcriiding 1d ftb trust and the thesteel t thesteel
steel trust Once th system is appre appreciated a appreelated pre preciated ¬
ciated it Ls L not difflcult 10 to n derstand us4ertnnjwhy derstandwhy OO OOh
why h so much JJmch of our commerce COtn IB car carships csrrued
ri by foreinbuilt fereQJnone4l fereQJnone4ls foeeignownoiiShipS i
ships s fl > nor is It hard to see why hv the theshipbuiloVrs theIShipbuilders theshiphuilders
shipbuiloVrs of America are among al atno the thenwwt themnet I ImQI
nwwt ardent advocates acivocat < 8 of an unnavy enormous enormousnavy nItOttS nItOttSnay
navy With such k profits ts as a they ue must mustrrake mastsakr
rrake by Tafts Taft sbowjn bo
showing one of our ourbattleships owrbatt oarhattleshim
battleships batt hi ought to furnish loot enough enoughto
to satisfy the t moot nio avariciewiB avar avark1o trust ia iaan IHan liian
an avaricious varkIou age ageBut ageBut e eRQt
But it is the least bit
unkind unkindof of a aprotection JlprOi aprotection
protection prOi lon administration t te furnish furnishsuch turnNlttt furnIshsuch
such tt h an expose of the graft tt possible possibleunder P 8Stbleunder possIbleunder
under its It pet theory of the tariff tariffThe tanKThe tariffThe
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The largest largetcIamonreordwiIt ciasnon rcord r < will m grad graduate gradUate ral ral1Iate ¬
uate from the university lInivf ty this year yearwhich yearwhich f1Lr f1Lrvbich
which means an unusual u Vf crop of Mor Mormon Moenon ¬
mon misshmarietf according to Mrs MrsMaria MrsMaria Mrsiaria II
Maria 15 Weed etd who spout a couple coupleof em4eor
of days here once oncePioea 1
s sProteaer
Professer Pioea oe Wbodhead of Cmnbridgv Cmnbridgvgravely Cembridggravely I IJftt
gravely Jftt ly announces an toun efi to the world his tilt discovery di diCOery tiltcovery ¬
covery that alcohol fe a paralyzing paralyzingagent paralyzingagent lyZiDg lyZiDgt
agent t The professor or might ht easily have havelearned havelearne havelearned
learned this tb in ate i8 undergraduate ulMle dte days daysWe dasCI daysWe
CI CI CIWe
We look for the announcement t of a aGreased aGr aGrraaed
Greased Gr ased Lightning Li tniDg BxpresB zpresn hnmedi hnmeditejr Jmmediateb humediatejy
tejr ateb after th the sIt Lake Route be begins beto begins ¬
gins to sprinkle sp nkle its roadbed with oil oilIt oile oilIt
e CI CIIt
It is not correct t to say sa the unfor unfortunate unfortunate unfortaunts ¬
tunate young 7Wng Croker did from natural naturalcauses naturalQt naturalcses
causes Qt Opium and whisky are un unnatural unt unnaturnl
natural naturalA t u 181
e t ISII ISIIA
A peculiar feature of the Ward case caseis vaseIa
is that the inuitlpiemarriage habjt habjtclung habjtrung jt jtdtm
clung dtm to him when he was as outsfde outsfdeUtah outside outsideLTtah outsideUtah
Utah UtahIt
ta taIt
It may have xe been merely a co collIddene cohscklence
llIddene hut nevertheless the council councilHneup councilHueup counciltttieup
Hneup on the franchise was suggest suggestive SUgfstIv Suggestlye ¬
lye Iv
C CI CINatuTaJlr
Naturally the packers question the theregularity thenogularlty theresularity
regularity of any procedure that com compete contpeis m mpe1ti ¬
pete them to tip off the inside insideSwash InsideP Insidevimka
Swash P Pkm > a 16 the te place where d d4MS nflaees fl
aees 4MS es are alifays I xifsdy 1NtI to be Ipado niade
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t Society SocietyW
Walter W lter R Bracken of f Las Vegas VegasNov VegasNey vegasNev
Nov and Miss 11 s Anna 3 Johnson of ofEureka ofEureka ofEureka
Eureka Nev Ne will w1l oe e married at atoclock S Soclock Soelock
oclock this morning at t the residence residenceof
of Frank D Kimball 136 1Z F street The Thegn Theguests Theguests
gn guests ts of the occasion will ftl include only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the father and mother of the bride and anda
a few f w intimate friends of the young youngcouple youngeouple youngcouple
couple The groom is postmaster ostmast of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new ne Nevada town and one of its itsforemost itSforemost Itsforemost
foremost young business men The Thebride Thebride Thebride
bride is the daughter of Hiram John Johnson John9On Johnnon ¬
son formerly a wholesale grocer of this thiscity thi thicity thiscity
city and now in business in Eureka EurekaNev EurekaNe EurekaNev
Nev Ne Following the ceremony which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be performed by the Rev W V M MPaden MPaden I IPxden
Paden of the First Presbyterian church churcha
a wedding weddin breakfast will be served Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
I and Mrs Irs Bracken will go to San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco leaving at 10t oclock ocl k this thismorning thismornJnb thismorning
morning and return via Los Angeles to toLas toLas toLas
Las Vegae where they will make their theirhome theirhome I
home in the Stewart ranch house be belonging belonging belonging ¬
longing to Senator W A Clark ClarkIn ClarkIn C1erkIn
In the church of the Emmanuel in inHailey InHailey InHalley
Hailey Ida will be solemnized at 1 1oclock Ioclock 1oclock
oclock this afternoon the manriage of ofMiss orJIies ofMi
Miss Mi Mary lI ry Edna Taylor to Dr John F FCrltchlow FCritchlow FCriteblow
Crltchlow Immediately after the wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding the bridal pair will leave for a awedding awedpin awedding
wedding trip and will be at home to totheir totheir totheir
their friends here after July L 1 at 44 44Seventh 448 448Seventh 440Seventh
Seventh East street streetCards streeLCards Streeta
a a atards
Cards are u > out for th the marriage of Miss MissMaud K MISSMaud 8S 8SIaud
Maud Collins and Charles Wilding The Themarriage Themnrriae Themarriage
marriage takes place May jgyt jgytIt 24 24it 4 4CCC
CCC CCCrs It ItSIrs it itMrs
Mrs rs William A WebeR to planning planninga
a large reception for some time early earlyta eart eartIn
In June which shall l be beto to welcome w Mr MrRussell Mrs MI1JRuStieli MrsRussell
Russell Lowry and to say good goodbye goodbye uod uodbye
bye to Mrs Irs E W Who and andher andher andher
her mother Mrs Joy JoyMrs JoyIt
It ItMrs 0 0Mrs
Mrs D D Houtz of Provo spent spentMonday spentMonday spentMonday
Monday in the city with ft1 her sister sisterMrs sisterIrs sisterMrs
Mrs Irs William H King KingMrs Kingw KingMrs w
Mrs G B B Higgins of Seattle Soatt1eils fehere feherevisiting IShereileitlng here hereylsitlng
visiting her sister Miss Mi Lillian Turner TurnerA TurnerMr TwrnerMr
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Mr lr and nd Mrs Oscar r L Cox Mrs Bud JSuddeiner Budd J3pdde3ner
deiner d ner and ncl Miss Buddemar willmove willmovethe will iU move movethe movethe
the latter part of the week eek and will willshortlv willshortly m mshorth
shortly be at their new home en Capi Capitol CApitol CaDto ¬
tol to hill hillMr
C C 05 05r CMr
Mr r and Mrs Richard A Keyes are arehome arehome arehome
home from California where they have havespent haespent havespent
spent the t past few months While itt ittOakland InOakland iiiOakland
Oakland Mm Keyes Key s was as the guest of ofMrs orIrs ofMrs
Mrs Irs Moylan C Fox at her country countryhome countryhume countryhome
home and was AS entertained very exten extensively extensiyely extensively ¬
sively sivelyMrs siyelyMrs sivelyMrs
Mrs Ross and Rod Miss > 1 Mantle Ross are areJiera ar arHere arehere
Here from Denver and are again at athome athome atborne
home at the Fifth East hotel hotelV hotelMr
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Mr r and Mrs I W R Warren have re returned r rturned rturned ¬
turned from Monterey lfontere r where they theyspent the theyspent I
spent the past fortnight fortnightMiss fortnightC
C C C CIIss
Miss IIss Florence Street will m be the guest guestof uest uestol I
of honor today at a linen shower given givenby gienby gvenby
by Mrs J H Bramel BramelGovernor Bramele BramelGonor
e C C CGovernor
Governor and Mrs 1rs John C Cutler are arehome arehorne arehome
home front frot Los Angeles AngelesThe Angelesi AngelesThe
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The staff of the University Universit Chronicle Chroniclewill Chroniclem Chroniclewill
will m give iv a dance at Saltair Saturday Saturdayevening Saturdayevening
evening to which invitations have been beensent beensent beensent I
sent to the schools in Logan and Provo ProvoLadles Pro ProvoC Yo YoLadles
C C C CLadles
Ladles of the Maccabees will be en entertained enterbtilted entertalued ¬
tertained at the home of Mrs Mary MaryBero MaryPero MaryPiero
Bero 47 4 East Ea t Fifth South from 2 till
5 Thursday afternoon afternoonMiss Aftenwoni8S
C C C CMiss
Miss i8S Hattie Ward entertains ltS at cards j jthis
this thi evening eveni In honor of Miss lara laraPeterson
Peterson who leaves shortly for or Oro OroWORKS rc rcgon I ISORKS
SORKS gon C I IExecutive
WORKS OVER OVER ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTSExecutive ACCOUNTSExecutive
Executive Board of Miners Is Kept KeptOccupied KeptOccupied KeptOccupied
Occupied OccupiedThe
The executive board of thy Western WesternFederation WesternFederatiosa u rn rnfederation
Federation of Miners which t is in sea seai1ioii
i1ioii 011 in this city cll preparatory preparat ry to the theholding theolding theholding
holding of the national convention conventionwhich conventionwhich conventionwhich
which is to begin next Monday Mondn ond is busy busyauditing bulYAuditin busyauditing
auditing Auditin the accounts of the treasurer treasurerand treasurerand treasurerand
and financial secretary The members membersexpect membfrsexpeet membersexpect
expect to complete COft1 ete their work by Fri Friday Frida Friday ¬
day da night and will m be ready Saturday Saturdayto Satur ay ayreceive
to receive the delegates who wilt iH then thenbegin thenbegin thenbegin
begin to arrive from all parts of the theeounUy thecountry thecountry
country eounUyThe countryThe countryThe
The sessions ions of the executive board boardare boardare I
are being held morning and afternoon afternoonin
in room 3 Federation of Labor hall halland halland haltand
and are presided over by President Presidentevening PresidentCharles PresidentCharles
Charles Ioyer ilr Moyer said last lastevening lastevening
evening that the convention would wouldprobably wouldMobtihly wouldprobably
probably test l t three week and that thateach thateach thateach
each days sessions s < ions would ould to a large largeextent largfextent largeextent >
extent be of a secret s ret character How However However Hoaever ¬
ever a committee comn ttee would ould be appointed appointedon > d
on the first day da to supply such infor information inforas Inforitition ¬
mation as it would ould be deemed advis advisable Advisable advisable ¬ I
able to make public publicPAPER PU publicPAPER I
PAPER PAP R TRUST TRUST C SUIT SUITMilwaukee SUITIiIaukee SUITMilwaukee I
Milwaukee Wisi WIS Hi May 16 JSpecial JSpecialExam 15SpecialExaminer Sfxieial SfxieialExaminer
Examiner Exam ner Taylor appointed by the th theUnited j jUnhed ItnJted
United States circuit court of Minne Minnesota Mlnnesota lInnesota
sota began be n the taking of testimony to today toda today ¬
day da in the rase instituted by the gov government gnvernment ¬
ernment in behalf of petitioners pet tloners against againstthe
the General Paper company on the theground theground theground
ground that it is a trust There Th re are arewentyfive Ar Arweotyftve are4wentyfive
wentyfive paper companies involved involvedIn
In the suit with the General Paper Papercompany PapeCOlRIJ8IQ Papercompualy
company The examination J1 of wit witnesses witatesees ¬
nesses J is expected expect to continue for a aweek aweek
week
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VACANCIES FILLED FILLEDWashington FILLEDWA FILLEDWashington
Washington WA hin OtI May Ig Cemmfcrioner 1IConttfll ItCenindelonerof Cemmfcrionerof iorlf r rof
of Pensons 5 Warner arner today took final ac action 8 8tion netktt ¬
tion in connection with iU1 the board of ofreview ofreview
review of that otHce from which hkh ten tenmembers tennembers tenmembers I
members were asked to resign reli gn for r xl xlleged 81Ie allegeti
leged Ie Incompetency by fiNing the thevacancies thecancle6 theVcaIachu
vacancies thus created < as well as three threeother tll tll6tHtO threeothe
other vacancies antn t on the board caused causedby MiU MiUb causedby
by b death dt > ath or resignation on The vacancies vacancieswere vatncietawere attt ie8 ie8were
were all filled by b transfers t from other otherdivisiois otherdiisiQm otherdivisions
divisions of the office o ke and become ef effective effettin offeetive ¬
fective July Jul 1 1ITCHING 1ITCHING
n h hITCHING
ITCHING SCALP HUMOR HU1QRLady IiU HUMORLady 10R
Lady Suffered SuffererITorturs Tortures Tortur s Until UntilCured UntilCured
Cured by CuticuraSCRATCHED Cuticura CuticuraSCRATCHED
SCRATCHED DAY AND NIGHT NIGHTMy i
My scalp was covered with little littlepimples littlepimples littlepimples
pimples and I suffered SU iere d tortures from fromthe fromthe
the itching I was scratching a11 day dayand dayand dayand i
and night and I could get no rest I Iwashed Iwashed Iwasied I
washed mV niy head with hot water and andCuticnra andCuticurn andCuticvra
Cuticnra Soap and then applied the theCuticura theCuticura theCuticara
Cuticura Ointment as a dressing One Onebor OneOOX Onebe
bor be of the ointment and one cake of ofCuticura ofCuncttra ofCuticura
Cuticura Soap cured me Now my
head headis is entirely clear and my hair is isArrowing isgrowin isgrowing
growing splendidly I hare used Cu Cuticura Cuticura Cuticura ¬
ticura Soap ever since and shall never neverbewithout neverbewitboutit neverbewithoutit
bewithout it signed Ada C Smith
309 Grand St Jersey City N NAX NJ NJAX J JAN
AX OLD OLD IDEA IDEAShown IDEAShowlt IDE IDEShows
Shown to b be Absolutely False by Modern
Science SciencePeople SclelMePeople SciencePeople
People used to think that baldness baldnesswas lt ldness ldnessws
was one of those things which are re
handed cJ8wn ewn from generation fmerat to genera ¬
tion from father to t son soajUt just like a fam ¬
ily heirloomScience heIrloomScienen heirloom heirloomScience
Science has shown the falseness of this
belief by proving provt that baldness Itself is fsn isDet isnot
n not t a cenetftut1on
I disease but the re res11 resuit ¬
s11 suit PL of a germ invasion of which only
Harpicido can effectually rid Uw th scalp
Washing only cfeens the scalp of
dandruff it doesnt d nt kill k l the ger gerMs gerans ns
Defetroy De8tro the cause you remove the theeffect th thetCect theffect
effect effectNewbros etCectNowbros effectiowbros
Newbros HerplcWe tdde will do this IH every evencase
case r20 It Isalso Is also a delightful del1 htttfl dress dresS dresS1f dressi
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MONEY FOR FORCREDITORS1 FORCREDITORS1Dividend CREDITORS CREDITORSDividend I
Dividend Is Is to Be Paid in Schettler SchettlerCase SchettlerCase
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Case in n a Few Pew3ays FewDays
Days 3aysThe DaysThe I IThe
The agreement signed < by y the mem members mornhers i ibars
bars of the family of B H Schettler Schettlerthe Schettlerthe I
the exbanker ex banker and fey the creditors creditorswas creditorswas credltorswas
was submitted yesterday to Judge Johi JobnMarnhaU JohmA > i iA
A Marshall of the United States court courtattorney courtfor courtfor
for his approval but he Informed the theattorney
attorney for for the depositors and credi creditors credtorn t j jtors
tors that the matter should be laid laidbefore laidbefore laidbefore
before Referee eferee in Bankruptcy Charles CharlesBaldwin Char1gBaldwin CharlesBaldwin
Baldwin and that action was taken takenlater takenlater j
later in the day dayAccording dayAccording dayAccording
According to the terms of the agr abTfment agree agreement j jment
ment the Brigham street homestead homesteadwhich homesteadwhlcb homesteadWhich
which has been the bone of contention contentionsince content contentsince I Isince
since the banks doors doorsvere Vere vere closed el d last lastOctober lastOctober
1
October becomes an asset and when whensold whensold hfTl hfTlso1d
sold it is believed will tend largely largelytowards larg largelytowards b btowards
> towards increasing the percentage of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoltey
money to be paid to the depositors depositorsTo
To Complete ompIete the agreement a areement Mrs Mary MaryMorgdr MarylorsmSchetUer MaryMorgdtSchett1er
Morgdr lorsmSchetUer Schettler the first wife of the thebanker thebanker thehanker
banker is to have the sum of 2500 2500paid 2500paid 2300paId
paid to her from the assets a house housevalued housevalued > Ialued
valued at the same figure is to togiven bo bogiven begiven
given to her qutright and the de depositors depositors depositors ¬
positors are to pay the accrued taxes taxeson taxfSon taxeson
on the Brigham street property for
1904 now computed to amount to about about7Oo
700 7 O C B Stewart who h tins s had hadcharge hadcharge hadcharge
charge of the affairs of the depositors depositorsfor d poitor3for
for the past two t YO months is now out outof outof outof
of town buton but on his return steps will willbe w willbe 1l 1lbe
be taken to declare a dividend and to tothat tothat I Ithat
that end it is said the Brigham street streetproperty streetproperty streetproperty
property will be placed pl ced on the market marketVARSITY mar marketVARSITY et etc etVARSITY
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VARSITY ELECTION TODAY j jIT
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IT of U Students Have Two Ticketsin Tickets Ticketsin
in Field Arts and En Engineers Engineers i igineers
gineers gineersThe i iThe
The annual student body election election will willbe willbe willbe
be held at the University today to4la For Forweeks pOoreeks ForWeeks
weeks eeks the two rival parties the En Eugineera i iSincere i
Sincere ineers and and ant the t th Arts have been carry carrylog j I
log in on a thorough campaign and each eachclin i
clin an ooso victory The Arts an and andNormals
Normals have formed an aJlja alliance e and andwill andwill
will fight the Engineers to a finish finishOn finishOn finishOn
On account of the intense inten interest interesttaken intertsttaken interesttaken
taken in the election it has been de decided doelded ¬
cided to use the Australian ballot sys system system systern ¬
tem and have the polls open all day da daAn
An official offi ful registration list will be pub published ub ublished ublished ¬
lished and it is expected that the eli eligible eligible eligible ¬
gible voters will number about 400 400The 400The 400The
The followingare following are the t e tickets nomi nominated nom nomiainted i ¬
nated natedEngineers aintedEngineersFor I
Engineers EngineersVor For student body presi pros prosdent ¬
dent Louis Seckles vice president S SB SB SB
B Smith secretaryj secretar secretary J Virginia Bush Bushtreasurer Bushtreasurer Bushtreasurer
treasurer Earl Hanover athletic coun council councii ounciI ¬
ciI Allen Spencer G F Scranton stu student student student ¬
dent athletic director John Jensen Jenseneditor J Jenseneditor ens n I
editor of the Chronicle Richard Hart HartdebatIng i idebating I Idebating
debating manager Mehring Eardley
Arts and Normals N NormalsPresident rmal President Harold HaroldStevens HaroldStev HaroldStevens
Stev Stevens ns vice vi < e president Karl Hopkins Hopkinssecretary Hopkinscretaiy Hopkinssecrehiry
secretary Virginia V rglnia Bush treasurer treasurerAisle treasu rer rerAisle I IAlsle
Aisle Ward athletic council Fred Ben Bennion Bennion
nion and George Hedger student ath athletic athlette athletic
letic manager John Jenseiueflitor Jen eaitor of o oChronicle j I IChronicle
Chronicle Dan Alexander Al xander debating debatingmanager j
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nourish him make him grow strong strongand strongand strongand
and keep him happy We are sure sureof 1 1of
of it try it Ask the t1 = mothers of II j I IMellins a aMellins
Mellins Food children Send for our ourfree ourfree ourfree
free book about Mellins MelIin Food FoodKellins FoodPfellins
Kellins Feed is the ONLY 0 N L Y Infants I
Food which received the Grand Prize
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cost co t of production small Our Ourfirst Ourfirst Ourfirst
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a contetlon that tltatis Is unrivalled unrivalleUfor
for djelfciousnaes d lfciou and quality qualityOn qualltO qualityOnO
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