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J SECTION SECTIONo ONE THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER OC TOBER 29 1905 19O 3
t Lciviiia 9 vi g Unfortunates f ri Industrial Industrial Fr Freedom I
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At Work in Associations Wood Yard Photo by b Harry Shipler I
i The Salt Lake Charity association Is Isrounding1 iirounding
rounding out its It first yerof earof existence existencewith existeliccwith exiteiiceivttli 1
with a good go goo record behind It It has hasalready hasalready I Ialready
already done much mU1h and its plans con contemplate contemplato contefl1plftto ¬
template a great 1deal deal morn The com coming coming coinV ¬
V ing winter will prove probably pfob bly the theflrat theffr theV the11riL
V flrat ffr t real tryout tr out of the associations associationsability aasocilltiousI
I 4 ability ablllt to relieve povertystricken povert strlcken fam families famUf tarnV ¬
V ilies Uf s in this city cityThe cityThe
rIL The aims of the a8 association while whileprimarily whileprImarily whileprimarily
primarily to relieve all in distress es especially OBJJoeJnll o oI ¬
I pecially JJoeJnll mothers with dependent chil children childlen cliiiI ¬
I then are ateo o to discourag dhlcourR pauperism pauperismby
by b providing work The purpose e of the theassociation theauociatlon theaaooiatlon
association is rominiscont of a remark remarkvacantly r remarkrecently murk murkecently
vacantly made in this city clt by x t public publicspanker pubUcspooker imbUeVlthout
spanker spankerWithout spookerVlthout spiakerV
Vlthout Industrial liberty there can canbe canbe canbe
be no civic liberty and without civic civicliberty civicllbQrty
iI V liberty no religious liberty libertyIt lIbert lIbertIt
4 It Is not to provide work for the able ablebodied ablebodied I Ibodied
bodied who are out of work that the theassociation the8aQolaUon theaooiatlon
association has devoted its efforts In Indeed Intleet1 J Jdeed
deed V there are no ahlebedied ablebed led men menthese menthese IflOliV
V these days dft I says Superintendent M 1 1Wood 1 1Vood iWood
Wood who cannot find plenty < of work workIt workIt workJt
It is to secure employment for those thosewhom thoMehorn thoiewhom
whom horn affliction has made ma e unable to toperform toptKorBl toV
V perform the dally tasks of life and for forwidowed forwidocl forwIdoveI
widowed mothers and their children childrenthat chtldrenthat childrenthat
that the association as oclatlon has ha striven this thisyoan thisyoat thiiiyei
yoan It Is striving to make them in industrially IntluMtJlall induMty1ell ¬
dustrially tluMtJlall independent independentFor depetWltmtlor V VFor
For instance the aiwoeiatioh head headquartora headquarters headquarters
quarters at 2M i South Third West street streethave alreeluwo tethave
have uwo become the scene of a thriving thrlvin lit littlewood little littie ¬
tlewood tie wood business bu lnes Through the prIX pivximity prIXintll prtxirnity
imity intll of railroads Superintendent SuperintendentWood SuperintendenlVoOfI SuperintendentWood
Wood has lIa be been n enabled to purchase purchasegreat nurchaegreat > urchaBegreAt
great logs from the timber country countryabout countr countrabout
r about Heber at bottom prices rice That Thatis
is ho can lay I the timber down on tae tfooassociations t1oauo taeaiiobietionM
associations auo illUoni property for lass l W than ho hocould lie lietould 10 10ould
could possibly po lbly purchase e it from local localwholesalers loc Iocwlwho1sa1or l lwholftSlllor
wholesalers V Vri j jBlind
wholftSlllorBlind Blind Man Labor LaborThe lalJorThe LaborV
ri V The sawing Sflwl and splitting of this th l wood woodhM woodb oOt oOth
hM h given employment to from two to toseven toIWIVOI toevon
seven men and Bd as many boys every everywqek 0e everywciek 13 13wqek
wqek for several months Some of the themn theInen theun
mn are 10 blind Their task in to saw sawthe Ba Bathe tW tWth
the th wood ood They Ihe measure off proper properlengths properJejths properleflFths
lengths with a yard stick and are paid paidby paidb paidby
by b piece work workThe workThe workThe
The smaller lIel pieces ilces of cordwood are arethen JUethl arethen
then chopped by other men or boys bosand bosandthe and andthe andthe
the kindling kindtIn is Ii afterward done into neat neatbales neatbatl neatV
V bales batl to retail at 10 cents eaeh Thtift Thtiftfar ThiniE fhbfffar
far tlwre has been a fair demand de fur furkindling forklndUnlC or orkindling
E kindling but Superintendent Wood had hadtwo ha hatwo I
two barns packed full of o neatly bundled bundledstove bundle4tove hundiejstove
stove wood and hats consequently been beencompelled beentOlftJeJIed beentompelled
compelled to lay off a few tw men In Inother Inother InI
I r other words the demand for split wood woodis WOQ WOQi
is i not great enough These Th men menWtiat can be beFor bPWhat
r What SUlphur Does DOeSr I II IFor
I
r For the Human Body in Health and andDisease andDisease I IDisease
Disease DiseaseThe DiseaseThe Diseaser DiseaseThe
The mention of sulphur > will iII recall te temany t8m teTha
many m Tha ef ns the early iayu day < when 4MJr 4MJrmotHri erV qr qrmother
V mother and grandmothers ttdmolMN mure we1 us l our oftrdally oQrdab ourV
V V dally dose doe of sulphur and mobuwes every everyspring evetiprln everyiprIn
spring and nd fall fallIt fallit
It 1 t waa 8e the universal spring p ng and fait faitMood tUblood tailI
I Mood purifier tonic and cureall and andmind aJtlmhtd andS
S mind yeu this oldfashioned remedy was wasnot was wastot as asV
V V not without merit meritThe mertt1he V V1he
V 1he idea was aa good a od but the remedy remed was wascrude wasruda
crude and unpalatable Hnd a large quan quantity quanIlty luaBtit ¬
tity tit had to be taken to get any effect effectXovadays effectowadajl effectNowadays
Nowadays we get all the beneficial et effects etfeUi etr etfeels ¬
feels of sulphur in a palatable pt atablf concen concentrated conCfn1rated concenV ¬
V trated form so that a single 8ln le grain raJn is far farmore tarmQro farmore
more effective than a tableapoonful of the thecrude thecrude thecrude
crude sulphur sulphurIn
V In recant years yea research and exj experl experlmeat eri eriment V Vnent
meat have proven that the bot btfor sulphur sulphurfor uJphr
for medicinal use is I that obtained from fromCalcium frofttaJcIum fromCalcium
Calcium < Calcium Sulphide and sold in indrug indlJS hiV
V drug st atoree41nder utOreV r fl under the name of Stuarts Stuartsalclum StuartsJelum StuartsV
V alclum clum Wafers aters They are small lI choco chocolatecoated chocolatecoated choceV ¬
V latecoated pellets and contain the active activemedicinal lIethlcinal netiveV netivemedicinal
r V medicinal lcinal principle of sulphur jn > n a highly highlyfoncentrated hlghloftcentrated highlyoncentrateui
foncentrated effective form formFew tormFaw forniirow
Few people are a aware of the value alue of ofphur otthis ofthis
this form ot IItilphur 111 r8 reetoring orlng and linli1nalntalnlng andV
V 1nalntalnlng bodily vigor Igor and health aul aulhur aulI
I phur hur acts directly on the liver and ex exOratory exmctory
1 Oratory organs and purifies iurifieg and enriche enrichethe enrlcheathe enrfcheV
V the blood d by b the prompt elimination of ofwaste ofWlU
WlU waste te material materialOur materialOur materialV
V Our grandmothers knew this when th tbot tbotdosed tby tbydosed jy jydosed
dosed us with sulphur uh hur and d molaiweg mol moIa every everyspring fVeryprtng everyt
spring and nd fall but the crudity and im imvurity ImJUrlt ImnirIty
vurity JUrlt of ordinary ordinKrynowtMJ flowers of Sulphur v were wereoften Jt Jtntten e eoften
t often worse than the disease dl aM and cannot cannotcompare CAnnotompare eannotI
I c compare with the modern concentrated concentratedpreparations coneentratcipreparations ntrattd
preparations ot sulphur of which hleh Stuart StuartCalcium StuarteCalcium s sCalcium I
Calcium Wafers is undoubtedly the best bestand bflttand beetand
and most widely v1del ua used USfdfhe usedrlioy d dThey
They fhe are the natural antidote for Hv liver 1111And liverV r riuid
V And kidney troubles and cure constipation constipationll
and purity the ll blood l 1 In a wa way t I hat Often Oftenwhile oftensurprfsm
surprfsm 11 rprt es patient and physician alike alikeDr V VOr
Dr It lL VJlkin while experimenting exp8r1menUnrwith I Iney
with sulphur remeiiles medle soon found Ut tht thtthe t tthe
the sulphur of Calcium was superior to toAD toaiW
AD aiW other form He ay For liver kid kidiey
ney and blood troubles troubl especially e wh whresulting wIre wheU wheUresuitlfl
resulting re ult1n from constipation or malaria 1 1tHlned VtL I I9av
9av aVC boon surprIsed at th the r result lmlt ob obtained otV
L V f tHlned from Stuarts Calcium Wafers W8C nh in iniiU InIIItJnt Inpptleats
iiU pptleats IIItJnt t suffering from boils and plmpM plmpMand plmpl plmplhd iil7nDlsand
and hd even deepseated carbuncles I have havereneatedly haverepeatedl haverepeatedly
repeatedly seen them dry ry up and dwmp dwmpne diIliHJII dtsiipJie5L
JII ne r hi fjrnr > wr or five day dave leaving leav 111 the akin akinclear kin kindear
I clear and a c1 smooth AlthoughStuarts AIt Although 10ush stuRrt Cal Calcium Caiciupi Ill Illdurn ¬
cium Wafers Vaforis to a proprietary article and andsold and80ldby andsold
sold 80ldby by druggists and for that reason reasontabooed real reasontb000d Oll OllUboood
tabooed by b many phyaiciunu yet I know knowof knoT knowof
of u nothing so safe and reliable for caned canedin tUfI8 tUfI8patton
1 1 patton liver vcr and kidney troubles and ell ellpeelal1
peelal1 in all U forma tiC < > f skin sl n diseaseas diseaseasedy disease U U1hlfi i iI
I 1hlfi i his r rInlY rInlYI ftel edy edyAt
I At flW Ii ratf people pfot lf who art timl tir ol olnllls 1 1pUw tV I
1 V nllls pliI fmUwi1 k Md ioi sialod a lJtd hlonl pu purifiars Plir1fltt1S pirifiezu
V rifiars will iIi find l hid in Smart lUart s faklum faklumWafers CadumYators CiltnriVafor
Wafers a fr sufr m mI inie re palitubl anil anileffective ifltiV ifltifCeutIc HltIctectlvc
effective preparation prat V
given iven steady Bteat employment empl ment If there is a asteady aatBady asteady
steady sale of kindling The kindling kindlingis
is being boln delivered to purchasers in any anyquantity anyqURUtlty anyquantIty
quantity desired desiredThe desiredThe tieciredThe
V
The superintendent cited one instance instanceof
of a youth whose mother is a widow widowearning widowearning
earning 1S for one months work at atbaling atbaling I
I
baling bR1in split kindling kindlingGiving kindlIngGiving I IGiving
Giving Women Work WorkMuch Workuoll WorkMuch
Much uoll has been done in the way of ofproviding ofproviding ofV ofproviding
providing work for women who have havebeen havebeen havebeen
V
been deprived of a husbands support supportthrough supportthro supportthrough
through thro h death or desertion de The re reHponse rcgponSe respouse
spouse V of Salt Lake housekeepers hou ekeopcrs to tothe tothe tothe
the plea of the association that these thesewomen theaewomen thesewomen
women be given a chance has been gen genorous genorous genorous
orous and there are now in the neigh neighborhood neighborhod ¬
borhood 00 rho 00 of forty fort workingwomen on onthe onthe onthe
the associations list listOne UstOne listOne
One great grootobjecpon objection to many mothers mothersworking motheJSworking mothersworking
working namely the fact that their theirchildren theirchildren
children must be left without wit out care caremuch caremuch caremuch I
much of the day is to be removed in inthe inthe Inthe
the near future Superintendent Woods Woodsplan Woodsplan Woodsplait
plan is to have a wagon stationed at I
MAGAZINES MAGAZINES AdAzIi FOR NOVEMBER NO VEMBER
OlTlNG OtTI ouTINorhre GTh There + r are al two articles arti s wilt wiltten t1ittenflotn tkitten
ten tenflotn from an au 1 eplimlstk viewpoint on na national uational national ¬
tional industries indu trltti in the November num number nUJIIher nupi nupibee ¬
her of this magaxine one by Jesse Lyifch LyifchWilliams LtichWilliam L3zchWiUtams
Williams and the other by Rene Bache BacheThe BacheThe BacheThe
The former ornier is called The Workers Work ra of ofthe otUtt ofthe
the Great Lakes and gives an accurate accuratepicture accuratJlctnle aecurathiCtflre
picture of Industrial conditions historical historicaland 1tistorlcaland historicaland
and actual on the inland seas Air AirBache OirBache MrBache
Bache writes upon Fish Planting as a aBusiness anun aBusiness
Business nun Enterprise and gives an ac acccunt ncc ateeculit
ccunt c unt of information as interesting as a it itis Itt Itis
is llttte known knownOf knownOf knownOt
Of other miscellaneous Inl lhtneou articles a com communication communication corninunicatloit ¬
munication by b Robert RolK > rt C Saunders in inrespectful Inrtilpecttul inrespectful
respectful contradiction to John Bur Burroughs BurrcuKhs Burrougha ¬
roughs The he Rabbits Most Bitter Foe Foewhich Foew FoewiIch
which w ieh appeared in the Outing magazine magazinefor
for June last 1 hit and Dennie P Meyers MeyersThe MeyersThe Ieyerslhe
The Beginnings of Football which whichgives whichglveM whichgives
gives a remarkable pedigree pe lgree to this chief chiefof chllof chiefof
of autumn games gamesThere pmesfher gainesThere
There fher in for the sportsman preeminent preeminently ¬
ly yet et withal Ubal of so broad a character characterthat eharacterthat characterthat
that the layman can enjoy it Edwin C CKent CKent CCet
Kent writes engrossingly engl aslngly on calling moose mooaein mOOHin moosein
in New ew Brunswick under the title of ofAmid orAmid ofAmid
Amid Birch and Balsam W P Kel Kellogg Kelloge Keihogg ¬
loge tells of the Tricks of the Ruffed RuffedGrouse RuffedGroue RuffedGrouse
Grouse and then is a description by b bAgn
Agnes Agn C Latit of hunting and hunters huntersof
of the like of which one does not often oftenhear oCtel1hear ofteitbear
hear under the title Utl of SeaOtter Hunt Hunters Hunteltl Huntera ¬
ers Charles D Cleveland contributes contributesan
an article full of practical raeUc tI suggestions suggestionsunder 8uggestlonaupdtr suggestionsulider
under the title of How to Hunt Big
Game Belmont Purdy writes about the themodem themodern thefliO4ieun
modem conditions of steeplechase e hunt hunting hunting hunting ¬
ing Add to this AH ui unusually well il illustrated 11lulltrated iiluctrated ¬
lustrated exposition on How a Pointing Polntl PolntlDog I IDog
Dog Holds His Tailby Tail b by so well recog recognised reoo reooniDd recogfined ¬
fined an authority as Robert C Cornell Cornelland CorMIIand Cornelland
and you y have a symposium of excellent excellentl excellentllOrtlnl excellentsiortini
siortini l ortlnf > reading readingTHE readingTkiF I InlJo
THE METROPOLITAXFrom 1ErROPOIIT KFrotn its itsdainty Itadatut itsdainty
dainty datut and artistic cover by Sydney Ad Addamson A Ada1tMlOft Addamson
damson to the department of humor humor1known humorknon hunwrknown
known as Fantasies Fanta > the November Novembernumber Novembernumber oemhernumber
number of Th The Metropolitan Magazine Is iaa Isat isa
a delight d to the eye and a pleasant iant stim stimulant stimulant sUmulaut ¬
ulant to the mind nthl The fiction of this thisItMHie thishi thisIsisie
ItMHie of The Metropolitan is of an ex exceptionally exceptlonall exceptionally ¬
ceptionally striking and varied character characterThe OharseterThe r rThe
The a second eond instalment ln of the extraordi extraordinary extraordinary ¬
nary 1181 serial The Doomaman carries carriesthe carrlCtbe carriesthe
the reader well en Intq the th thick of the thenarrative thenltrratlve thenarrative
narrative It is full of stir and color and andlife andUle andfife
life Interest 8t > It in forcefully illustrated illustratedby
by Hermann C Wall all and Fletcher Ran Ransom Ranaom Rancoin ¬
coin Among the short stories stort are Arthur ArthurHeminga ArthurHellhals Arthuriieinings
Heminga unkiue Ul tale of Arctic Canada II IIhistrafeld Ulut IIhiistretd
histrafeld lut by himself hh r a uowedfur piece pieceof pieceot pieceof
of description and analysis by Edith S SBarnard SBarnlUd SBarnard
Barnard a virile story of soldier life by byond
Yond ond Reed a story stor of business life by b bF
F Ii B Stearns a delicious little sketch skpt h by b bHtitnry
Henry TyrreH rreH and a colorful narrative narrativeby
by W V A Fnwer The whole gamut of oflife 0life oflife
life is sounded in these tlJ se narratives rheir Theirscenes rheircen rheirscenes
scenes cen change from tropical Cuba to the thesnowbound theIiIIOWboup thesnowbound
snowbound forests tore t of Canada their theircharacters Utelrcharacters theircharacters
characters vary from the stolid Indian Indianof Indiaof
of the northern wilderness to the clever cleveryoung cleveroun cleveryoung
young oun society > ie woman of New York There Therear Thereare
ar aack aackAAUSRICUX A ajck ajckClEJU are ajackALER1CAN eight eght stories atore in all aleach aUeath each one a I crack crackaack crck crckajck crackajack
AAUSRICUX ClEJU HOMES HOJIE AND GARDENS GARDENSThe GAIENS OAI1DINSThe
The superb > n1 SUfuut1 summer home homeot of Mr Murry liurr liurrGuhe
Guhe Guggenheim t t Hollywood olyo N N J of ofwhich ofwhtch ofwhich
which Carrtire tr Hastings Hastnp the architects architectsbf arhl ct8 ct8t
bf t the New York
thf public library lbnary were werethe wereth V Vthe
the th architects all t forms the te subject subjt of the tlieleading theldnl theleading
leading ldnl article of American Homes Home and andGardens al andGardens
Gardens Gare for November The text 1xt Is V by b bBn
Ban Bn P Frree rr who writes wrlte a thoroughly thoroughlyappreciative throu thoroughlyapreciathe hl1 hl1prIKtke
appreciative prIKtke atyi sympathetic lymJthetc account ot ofthis otth otthis
this th beautiful bautful home ho Other houses hou8 de dencribed de described
scribed Irlb and illustrated Ulutrted are ar the th studio stuio of ofJohn orJohn ofJohn
John I 1 Cuyjer CJe at Princeton Prnceto N J The TheN TheNtM TheNeedles
NtM Needles N ediea th th the country cunty home of Airs Irs B P PCheney PCh PChenev
Cheney Ch ne at Peterboro Ptterbr N H 1 Cralgston Cralgstonthe Cralgntonthe 1algstol
the House h of 0 T C c Hollander HolAnder at W Wtnhnm Wtnhnma Wenham WenhamMacs nhnm nhnmMa
Ma Macs and the U th
a house hO of Daniel F P Ginna Ginnaat
at Plamflekl Plate N J The more general generalarticles generalarticles n l larUcle
articles arUcle Include Inc de an instructive lntructve account acunt of ofTranaplantins oflpIAn ofTruuiptanUng
Tranaplantins lpIAn Growing Trees eus by b bCharle
Charle Charles Day Da The Fattening Fatening of Fowls in
Franc F Ft3Wii l by r Jacques J ue Boyer y r A Group of
Fire Fir Irons lrn in Dreamwold Iamwold Utilising Ihe IheCellar thurCellar he heCelar
ttl
Cellar Celar In iWlt Wlntr by b George Gf KtheSbert KtheSbertWalsh Rthflbrt Rthflbrtalah Ithelbert IthelbertValsh n
Walsh alah The Th Cultivationof Cuthttn Cultlvstlon or the th Morel MorelCokir Moel MoelCl MorelColor
Color Cl In n Home Iotn Building and thr The City Cityand Gft Gftand Cityand
and the Country There are notes on
The End of f the th Home Glass for
Building and Paving Tin Dangers DHJ elS of ofIlluminating ofIlluminating
Illuminating Ga G hs and nd The Man as asHouMkctriKT u ushousekeeper <
housekeeper JJOt tkEtl r Thi UWUH usual department of
Civic Betterment Hd termfnt The Garden The TheObservers Theo Theubservrs
Observers o iRefV t Noflxok New Books Booksetc Bookt Booksate
etc t ar < full unrt intorfstuig illt > rt8tiu The num ¬
ber ta beautifully illustrated throughout throughoutSCRIBNEJR6Thf throughoutSrUBXRThl throughout13tl
SCRIBNEJR6Thf 13tl UN uRThe November number numberof number numberor
of this magaNint presents the following followingsplendid followingfillllIUlid followingspleiuilil
splendid table tloibl of content Frontispiece Frontispiecedrawing FrontlsllllCfIraitt Frontispieceirswiuug
drawing Iraitt to t a tlnllan < iojni > uny Tlu Tides of t
Hartifgit Printed in n tint George Georgev OOOPSQiJOhl oorge oorgeighi
v iJOhl gi q A Wolf 1f Hunt in litillustratIons Oklalmwa
illustrations iUu traUofUI lrum rroin photographs phutoSt llh by Alex AI Akt
Second South and an State tate streets each eachmorning I
morning where mothers can leave their theirchildren tJwirchildren theirchildren
children while transferring from one onecar onecar onecar
car car to another The children can be betaken betaken betaken
taken to the association home and andcared andcared andcared
cared for until late in the afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhcn
when they will be again driven to Sec Second Second SeeV ¬
V ond South and State streets and met by bytheir b btheir bytheir
their mothers mothersIt
It Is planned to tahave have this system in inoperation Inoperation InoperatIon
operation about the first rstof of the new newyoo newyear j jyear
year yoo I INeed
Need Castoff Clothes ClothesA j jA I IA
A pressing need of tke association associationjust associationjust ssociution ssociutionjust
just now is castoff clothing especially especiallyfor especlallfor
for little ones on Regarding this thi phase of oCthe ofthe I Ithe
the associations work w ork the superinten superintendent superintendent Uperlntendent ¬
dent said saidWhatever saidrhatever saidWhatever
Whatever excuse others may find findfor findfor findtot
for selling castoff clothes we find in inour inour inour
our daily visiting Isltin among Rmon the poor peo people people peepie ¬
ple of Salt Lake City Cit hundreds of par parents parents pareats ¬
ents with five or six helpless ht > I > less children childrendependent childrendep childrendependent
dependent dep > udent upon them who after pay paying pa paing paylag ¬
ing for rent food fuel and other actual
aader Lambert LHJU M Dr Mid Vk Slownf Slownfaunpsou SltJIni81p118tu Simrnattuhsou
aunpsou Theodore Roosevelt The Lieu Lieutehunts Lleutekunts Lieutehants
tehunts Messenger h enger > illustrations Hlu trIUon by b F FC I IC FC
C Yohn Eleanor Stuart Indian Sum Summer Summer Sumlast ¬
mer poem Margaret Sherwood An AnImpressionists Anlnlpretlsloni AuImpressionists
Impressionists ts New York illustrations illustrationsby
by Walter Jaxk Duncan Reproduced in incolors Incolors incolors
colors H G Dwight The TIdeS of ofBarnegat ofBaruegat ofBarnegat
Barnegat chapters 1 and 2 to to be con continued contlnuedi ¬
tinued illustrations lIIu1 JtrntiolUi by George Wright Wrightprinted WrightJrlnted Wrightiurinted
printed In tint F I Hopkinson Smith In Inthe Inthe 1uithe
the District illustrations by Edwin EdwinChild B BChild BChild
Child Nelson elson Lloyd LJo d Tne ne Education of ofKing OfICing
King Kln Jim illustrations Ulu tratious by John Sloan SloanGeorge SloftnGeorce SloanGeorge I
George S Chappelt Letters L + tters and Diaries Diariesof
of George Bancroft Baucroft HI Paris from 1847 1847to 1847to I Ito
to lia ilhfetrationa from portraits en engravings engiavluigs ¬
gravings and photographs George Ban Bancroft Bancrott Bancroft ¬
croft Edited by b > AJ J A De Wolfe e Howe HoweThanksgiving HoweThanksgiving
Thanksgiving u poem Florence Earlu EarluCoates IilirluCoatt8 EarleCoates
Coates The House of Mirth book II IIchapters 11chHfteN IIchapters
chapters XII to XIV concluded illus illustrations lIIuAtlationR thustrations ¬
trations by A B n Wemwll BJdith Whar Wharton Vharton hair hairton
ton The Lese t < Maie bleatte te ot Hans Heeken Heekendorn Heckendorn Heekendorn
dorn illustrations by May Wilson 1I8On Pres Preston Prtston Prestoui ¬
ton Elsie Singmas S1nguagser er Hereafter Hereafterp HreaflfOrpoem Hereafterpoem
p poem em W y J V Henderson The Hope of ofLabor orl ofJtbor
Labor l bor Unions J iJNucence l Laughlln LaughllnThe I LunighhluThe llghJlnl
The he Point of View the inequality of the theprofessional thurirofessional
professional 110 fttlllion I life fe lndirect directetiquette etiquette Brut BrutIlarte Broll Bruit1arte
Ilarte The Field of Art is there an anacademic anatademlc n na
academic a movement in American art artWilliam artWilliam artWilliam
William Walton WaltonSMITHS WaltonS uualonSM1rltsoiuc
SMITHS S llrHSOll One of the most strikin strikinpieces striking strikingPieces lrlkinIllect1II
pieces of nh18lrM illustration tton that his 8 yet P ct t come to toour toour
our attention atte tion Is I in the November vener number numberof Jlum r rOf I
of Smiths Smith 51 Magaaine In an anartlele article deal dealing d deallug al alin ¬
lug in with A New Ne Milky 1II11k Way t The sim simplicity ahnplidt shapikly ¬
plicity plidt of the means used and the re remarkable remarkable remarkablo ¬
markable effect produced Is It fresh ex example example example ¬
ample of the strides that are being made madeJrt mluleh madein
Jrt h the > printing and illustrating art The Thoarticle Theartkie rheartlde
article itself fit fits the th illustration lUuau tlon in its itsstHking Itstrtlcing itsstriking
striking features for it gives an entirely entirelynew entirelyneW entirelynew
new explanation for or certain astwMiomical astwMiomicalphenomena astrqnomienlphenomena 8trqnomi Kl Klphenot
phenomena phenot tpa The magazine mt < aslne is well en worth worthglancing worth4lauclng worthglancing
glancing over for its pistorfcileffect pistolkd effect abut aloiifThe alontThe abutrue >
The art studies tutU that open oem it are worth worthwhile worthwhile
while as pictures aside fromthe tIOJP tH interest VStitert5tattaching interestattaching ntenostHttachhJI
attaching to the actresses 8Ctr depicted there thereSmiths thereSmith thereSrnith
Smiths Ii is the biggest illustrated magazine magazinethat mugazintthat mugazinethat
that haa come to our hands and nd it is iscertainly Isrtalnly IseOrtalniy
certainly one of the most m t interesting
There are serjabi by Charles s Garvice and andMary andMary I
Mary Olar y JHolmes J lTolrnes and there ta a collection collectionof
of unusual short ar1 ort stories There IB h an anarticle 111articl anarticle I
article on o tn the adulteration of ftKidr hal vhaishould thatshould halshouhI
should interest intert everyone ev OIJ and VIhiqrc th 1t rc is a abig abig
big fashion department l1eop rtmnt as wlt wvhtas ton V as other othermaterial othermaterial othermaterial
material of especial interest to women womenTHE WOllJenTHE womenTH1 I
THE DELINRATORWitla bELlNiATOBwLtbV V its new newdress nwdrea
dress of color throughout tbrou out the tltfubJon fashion and andadvertising audadverthtna andadvertising
advertising section tonilthe the November No mber De Delineator DeIInefttor Dclinetor ¬
lineator nresenU a mUSt attractive ap appearance apIIla tiplearwr ¬
pearance IIla ra H The autumn fashions have a alarge Itlarce alarge
large DUIL Dlac < in the number b bt being lnir illus illustrated illustrated illatstrated ¬
trated and daacribed in detail de tan and Inter Interpreted Interpreted Interpreted ¬
preted by such authorities of dress as asHeltm asHelen
Helen BerkeleyLtoyd Berkelt > vLloyd and ntl Edouard La
Fontaine The table of contents o < ntcnls contains containsamong contalniamong containsamong
among its many features of interest an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article the second i d of f two by b Dr Wil AVilliam William Wil11am
liam H Mi M Maxwell xwell superintendent of ofschool oCschool ofschools
school New N York City on Education for forT forLICe forLife
T l 11 l T l t il A lii liithe
LICe rhrouKh Living wilt tiescribes tiescribesthe eilerlbes eilerlbesthe
the routine of a great rt public school hool hoolRun A ARun ARun
Run in Ireland Is a delightful travel travelsketch trat1ketch travelsketch
sketch by Seumtu MapManufc the well wellknewn wellknon wellknown
known Irish vthor N Hudson Hlld n Moore Moorewrites MooreWrites loolewrltl1t
writes of Tattles Ta > leli and jld Sideboards 5l eboards In InThe InTbe InThe
The Collectors Manual Man UMI and d The TheChilds TheChilds TheChilds
Childs Dregs Dr is the subject of Dr DrGrace DrGrace DrGrace
Grace Peckhdm > Murrays Murr s paper The TheRomance Theflomance he heRODlanet
Romance ef a Gospel Singer is a timely timelycontribution timelyLontrlbutlon timelyeontrihutton
contribution 4H 4eeerIbLn < eflAibinr f11biD some interesting interestingevents jnt Interestingevents restlng restlngeventsc
events in the life lit of Charles M 1 Alexan Alexander Jtexandel Mexnder ¬
der the revlvalis The LuckyPiece LuckyPieceAlbert LuckyPieceAlbert LuckyPIeceAlbert
Albert Bijrelew I elo Paiiws nev nol l which has hasbeen hasbeen hutsbeen
been running in the mti miMIaint aaine > Is brought broughtto
to an end Inthls InU number and At Spin Spinster Splnliiwr Splitster ¬
ster Farm hy J Helen H helm Ift1 Af AI Wlualow is iscontinued iscontinued iscontinued
continued A delightful story tQr of boy DO life lifeThe JteTtu ifeTie
The Exaltation of William henry is Isfrom
from the pen of Herminie Templeton TenipletonThere TempletonTbere TempletonThere
There is a pout area deal of interest and andvalue nndvalue andvalue
value to housewives in the departments departmentsand d JIlrtmeuts JIlrtmeutsand
and for the llttje folks stories and andpaatimes nndptUltimltt andpastimes
pastimes ptUltimlttJHE pastimesTHE paatimesTHE
THE CSNTtoRY CENthlYMr Mr II David B Mac Macjrowan Macgowan Iac Iac08n
jrowan 08n formerly Associated A at8d Press corre correspondent correlipondent cornapnndent ¬
spondent in Berlin who ha h has written sev several lie lieetal seveual ¬
eral articles qn tis timely matter in n Russia Russiafor RhI8IItfor liuseinfor
for Th The Century ntury ha bafJ jusl juscoiepitcd completed Ohlpl too an anarticle anIIrt anarlki
article IIrt d on The Future ture of Poland which whichThp whichIh wlukhiu
Thp Ih u Century Cent UIY ur will print nnt s sued lira hl I a private privateletter prhalcIN privutelitter
letter IN ter Mr Mucgowatl Iacowloi spcafetf Irkf most feeling
lv 1 JT the m8 DI nijuautre > 4cre W fhkh klfteokplacc tkh teok place in hiSt
St Petersburg Pdcr burc on Jan SiI = i 1 and many manyothftrx m manyuiheTs ny nyJlh
othftrx Jlh dreannM drea about Its horrors almost almostnightly aitriostnightly t tftJlfhtb
nightly for or a month oQth ttW vfrtrt u correspond correapondartK
opts tA were unfhte Im to IC ocntUioe oeRtin t ti 1Ofk rk until untilthey uutIlthee tIItHthehv
they thehv thee had had a compile conw te rent for a fort fortnight lortnlg fortnight ¬
night nightTHE nlg nightTIlE 1 1THE
THE POPUl POlLlAHOne AROn of 0 tha most mostpromising mostIromlslw mostitrujinlaing
promising tales 1 which have J come to our ourKen ouriten ourken
Ken fur many H any4s begun In the No November Xovembbr Novernbtr ¬
vember number of the PopularMagazine PopularMagazineIt Popular Meaziuie MeaziuieIt
It to entitled e tle4 Th TInE Mysterious Honth Honthwol IlotuthivuIe
wol ivuIe and the > autTfOr aut autifor Or is JjQWurjl Fltz Fltzla Fltzat Fltzaleis
at aleis la We will not try ry to give abu ou any
description de of the plot beyond sayIng
nciessitks out of incomes inum s ranging rangingfrom musingfrom rangingfiurn
from 3 to 5 or 6 per week find it im impossible mipossible ¬ I IpossibI
possible to buy bu clothing it matters not nothov nothow
how cheaply It may ma be b > sold Then Thenthere Thenthere fhentllel I
there are numbers of widowed or de deserted doserted ¬
I Iserted
serted mothers who have no income ex except except oxcept ¬
cept such scanty seant sums as they the can dig digout digout digout
out of the wash tub and between times timesthey Umesthey timesthey
they mend and darn and patch atch In an aneffort aneffort aneffort
effort to cover the bodies of the little littleones littleones littleones
ones around them We Ve know and help helplots helplots
lots of these We see that castoff castoffclothes castOfeclothes eastOffclothes
I
clothes are judiciously given away awayThe awayThe awayThe
The plans pla s of the Salt Lake Charity Charityassociation Charltassociation Charityassoeiatln
association do not end with the secur securing securing ¬ I IIng
ing of employment for mother A Alease Aloose Alease
lease is held on a lot extending from fromSecond fromSecond fromSecond
Second West to Third West est streets streetsjust streetsjustopposite streetsjustopposite just justopposite
opposite the associations home and andhere andhere andhere
here in time there will be a free playground play playground playground ¬
ground where boys bo s and girls can find findrecreation findrecreation
recreation It is proposed to have many manyinnocent man maninnocent manyinnocent I
innocent forms of amusement and the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children of unfortunate families will willof willof
of course be the th especial wards of the theplayground theplayground I
playground management managementthat I
that it is certainly unique and that tho thostory thoNtory thestory
story is j well worth reading rtatin Cutcliffo CutcliffoHyno CutcHfrH CuitchuffuIlyne
Hyno H < has another of hte h lui iamouo Mcfurlf Mcfurlfstories l1crurst l1crur 4cTur1stories
stories st ries in this issue I eTbe The Western Ocean OceanPir Oceufl1Irgte
Pir 11 1Irgte ril t It This time th the doughty retired retirednaval retiredl1a retirednaval
naval l1a va offlctr ft hold lgl4a up 41 some ocean oce n grey gre grehuUundt
huundt 1n nn to the Jiih 11Rbseas uiElu seas just t tel < i demon demonstrate demostrate 4ienuoflstrattc ¬
strate h how v oasy as it is and cornea near nearbeing nirbt nearbeing
being bt ng banged as a pirate for his paint paintThos paintlhosft painsThose
Those two stories alone are well worth worththe worththe worththe
the price of the mllgu magazine ille though they theyoccupy theyOlcupy theyOCCUPY
occupy but u small portion Jl rtiun of its 194 pages pagesFour p pagesFour l S Sour
Four our other serials two splendid com complete complitteno18 completenovels plate platenovels
novels and a large and choice a aViortm anortmtset K > rtm ll1t ll1tof nt ntof
of ahtirt stories are also to be found with within within within ¬
in th < very attractive covers of this ex excellent excellent oxeelleuit ¬
cellent periodical neriodiealAINSLEiETS neriodlc1A1NSr periodicalAINSLEiESThue
AINSLEiETS A1NSr AINSLEiESThue ESfhf The November Aiuslees Aiusleescontains Ahtaoeeqntajn Macleesequutains
contains some very vcr striking trlki shurt stories storiesIn li rI rIIn
In the Garage by Robert K MacAlar MacAlarn
n uuei is an automobile < story distinctly distinctlynovel dlstiftCtl dlstiftCtlnovel distinetinovel
novel In both th theme me and treatment trt ment The TheJournalist n nJournaJ ThJournahit
Journalist it by Joseph Jo Blethen I eth 1 deals with withthe wltbthe withthe
the noble red man as he is today toda and iIJdalo ijndalso Ss Ssalso
also very vcr original Orlfin81 Jn The Second Best BestElitnnor U BestEleanor t tJolennor
Eleanor A Hallo lallo11 well handle t t difficult difficultsubject dltt1cultf4ubjtCt diffleuitsubject
subject very ery adroitly Jusej Joseph h C 4lncoln 4lncolnwho J Lincoln Lincolnwho lncolpwllo
who is I iloj lJoln for Cave Cod folk wha whaW IV IVv r rY
W Y Jacobs is doing tloin for the English peas peasantry Peasantry was waskntry
antry IIH has a delightful story entitled entitledHis ent entitledJVIIC tied tiedHili
His Native Heath There art ai half hia H
dozen other short stories a fHscinaunu fHscinaunucomplete fuseinat1ncomplete 1uclnatlncomplete
complete novel nove twp brilliant essays tfIIMIt ann annsome Anl1Omc endsome
some excellent i poetry > o ry III this splendid splendidnumber VItn splendidnumber ld ldtUnnbir
number The cover deafen de tn to I by C Allan AllanTHE 4tlialtGilbert
Gilbert UllbertTHE V VllI
THE llI i WORLD ORLD TODAT TODAllanicuiurI3 TODAllanicuiurI3notcworth TODATPa Particuiiirly Particuiiirlynoteworthy rtieu tat rly rlynoteworthy
noteworthy in The World orld Tortny Tortl for Xo Xovomber Novinber o oumbcr
vomber are the illustrations illtlstrs tiolW whioh whi ie ieunusually r runusually e euI1WKlall <
unusually fine There are a large IIHID IIHIDhcr J ith ithher n nher
her of portialts ortra1ts several l being > fuli fullJ1QS fuJlpugtOver g <
Over thirty engraved enrraye tints tint bio born b bornutred uopnused n nlIted
used in a rich golden gOld < n brown Mieh is isquite Isquite isquits
quite effective v Considering thj th tliM IOAV pri priof lUitoC price priceof
of the magazine JUoga2jlnonly only 10 It 0 cents ce4the the > ex excellence excellence cxcehlence ¬
cellence of the illustrations as well as asthe asn asthe
the quality of f the reading matter is really reallyremarkable r reallyremarkable II IIFootbaU
remarkable remarkableFootball n k t I IPotbali
Football enthusiasts will be attracted cl to totht totht tothe
tht article by y Shailer Mathews 01 a thew eiUltl eiUltlReformlmr flntltlA41 flntltlA41Rfformlng suutithudReforming <
Reforming Athletics Alhi l c in the > Central CfentrplWest Ctmt1West CentralVest
West with special Hp il nfftrenoe to footbalL footbailAnother footbalLAnother footbelLAnother
Another timely i par > ai > or hi 1 that on V Vcages Chi Chicagos I Ieagol ¬
cages Traction T Question Qu thIJ written Itten oy oyEdgar bYEdsar DyEdgar
Edgar B Tolman special couns eoitnttertor Tfor tor the tlueity tlwcit thecity
city cit in traction litigation Jltlg tlon wllO 110 proeetHS proeetHSthe
the subject without bias and free fr from fromtechnicalities trolfttechnicalities frontteckniealItie
technicalities so that anyone can canl get t an anintelligent IUtIUlelli eniiutelhigent
intelligent IUlelli nt grasp of the lh situation Ifflullll n Japan Japana
a AM a a CommwaJal CotnJj1 Ial Rival ival J 11 y Wolf von vonSuhieii vnSehlerbrand n nSoblelbn
Suhieii Soblelbn > rnnu preernts food for Or r througAt througAtfoi
tot all Interested inter Hd in th tht < txtrnsiqii of tile tileforeign Hieforel tarforeign
foreign forel n trade of the th rnitd Stales StalesCOUNTRY Stt SttCQUlrRY StatesV
V COUNTRY UlKElX 11FI I IN INfluagtaziuue AMERICATlu AMERICATlumagazine A lERIC TJ 1i 1im
magazine m gllzin for November Nvtmbcr tells how hO howa u reayy reayySuffering reayCURD a aPillS
PillS CURD CURDSuffering CURDSuffering
Suffering for Years and BedRidden BedKiddenFrom BedRiddenPrOm l lFrom
From Piles a Contractor of ofMarion ofV
V Marion 1 arion Indiana Is Cured Curedby Curedby Curedby
by Pyramid Pile Cure CureTrial C CurcV CurcTrial re reTrial V V
Trial Package PackageMiled Mailed M tiled Free to t All Who WhoSend WnoSend WIuoSend
Send Nameand N me and Address AddressI
1 was troubled with piles llI tel several severalyoars s itiViflhIyears nml nmloars
years oars before I 1 would let it be known knownBut luo luoBut lnowiuBut
But at last Iastjhey they became be < aunc so O sev evere r that tlua I Icould Icould Icould
could not walk and I had to take tak my m bad
1 tried everything and anything antbfngdut an tlulag tha doc doctors doctors doetoys
tors prescribed pr rlbed and took their treat treatnients Iteotments tiuitments
ments for a tyng IQII time But UI nothing ever everdid everdid r rdid
did me m any uuy good I had seen your atl atlin aUin adin
in different newspapers ueWl > pap J8 ire 1 I got ot a acent S Scent 61 61cent
cent box and began b gan using them From Fromth Ilromtl1 i5romthe
th the very er first I got quick relief and tttt by bythe bythe b bthe
the time Jwas I was starting on my third box boxI
I saw 58 Iwas 1 k was cured I have ha not been beentroubled beeJtroubl basiltroubled
troubled troubl < d with wltlitheni Hh them since Now 0V you 011 can canuse canuse canuse
use this thl as you pleas Ieal t because b caule it is gen genuine senulnlJ gsanine ¬
nine Yours T A Sutton Stone unCi unCiCement tiludCement nci nciCenient
Cement Contractor COlltIl tor Marion Ind IndInstant IndInstant ladinstant
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the marvelous mar < lous Pyramid Pile Cure Jt Jtimmediately ttImmediate Itimmediately
immediately Immediate reduces reduc iI all congestion and andswelling ll1dsWfIlInr uuidswalllug
swelling heals all iii sores ulcers and nU 1 Irri Irritated Ilr1t 1rrItateti ¬
tated tatelyparts tatelypartsIhe parts partsThe Iartslhe
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sufrerlno suffering ends enl and the cure ot t your dread dreaddisease dr dreaddletuic ad addhmue
disease Is fa hi m night nightThe sightIhie tbt tbtrhe
The Pyramid Pi PH Ilto Cure ure renders N Oders a agiiml aQl aQlgkul sue suegiiIi
giiml operation OI OCtCtllII UoJ foolhardy Dont D J t hack to toIiieces to1JJc topieces
pieces 1JJc > Ct8 those e tender niumrlfsi which must mustbe J1IhJbe tututitbe
be intact if H satifacl tialiflfacttt > ry tnre4i stir is a to btf btfobtained beobtained l loblfoLlnld
obtained oblfoLlnldThe obtainedTue jr jrThe
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SHOOTING ENDp ENDpCM EN ENOSCARD DiS DiSCARD
CARD TABLED TABLEDGame T TABE SrEROWGame ROW ROWGame
Game bf CoonCan CoonC Between Betw cn Colored ColoredMen Colored1tlen ColoredV ColoredNeii
Men leads to Bloodshed BloodshedFIGHT BloodshedV BloodshedFIGHT
V
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FIGHT TO SECURE SE uRE WEAPON WEAPONHARRY WEAPONI
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HARRY H FHtV V WILSON RECEIVES A AWOUND AWOUND AS
S WOUND WOUND AND MAY fv1AY DIE DIEHarry DIEarr DIEflarry
Harry arr Wilson tison acoloredpiuno a COIOlod piurto player la e
22 years ears of age was WfiSShot wasshot shot don doJnb by Jesse JesseThomas JesseThomns JesseThomas
Thomas a colored porter 19 yeats a of ofage ofage f fage
age at 9 oclock last night nlghttn1 In n4i a dive diverun dlnrun diverun
run under the management1 panasenen panagethe of James JamesBradley JamesBladle JamesBradley
Bradley Bladle at 43 Cojnmercial strerrt tTe treot Wil Wilsons Wilsons TIl TIlsons ¬
sons wound wo nd is under the lofi loCt arm The Thebullet Thebulllt Thebullet
bullet ranged straight thrqugh I the th body bodyand bod bodand bodyand
and is considered cO sldered fatal dttal Thomas is In Inthe Inthe inthe
the city jail jailTrouble jnilTrouble jailTrouble
Trouble arose arose oyer a game of coon cooncan coonean cooutfl
can fl lu the club rooms The men m n had hadbeen hadb lundbeen
been b en playing pla ing for several hours hoursThomas hourTnomas hoursThomas
Thomas had lost a small amount and andit andH andit
it Is s stated was in an angry mood moodWhen moodWhel moodWheiu
When came Thomas deal he refused refusedto
to allow Iow Wilson to f cut the cardsj cards cardsThomns cardsThomas <
Thomas had shuffled shum > d the curds severe severetimes severqUmes soveintimes
times when Wilson reached across tK tKtable tKtable tj4ttble
table and attempted to cut th1 th1Thomas th thThomas thThomas
Thomas seized his hand and exclhined exclhinedYoull exclhlnidYoull exelhlnedYoull
Youll set et your OUI head hea tore off if you youtouch YOUtouch oU oUtoueh
touch those cards cardsStruggling cardsStruggling cardsStruggling
I
Struggling for Revolver RevolverAt
At this remark Wilson left tie table tablewithout tablewithout tablewithout
without speaking He walk walkl across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the room to the door Thomafollowed Thomafollowedhim Thomnf followed fol1owedhim followedhum
him As Wilson Wilsontook took hold o the door doorknob doorknob doorknob
knob he turned around Thtfrcas Thc n s stood stoodwithin stoodwithin stoodWithuiul
within a yard of him with fye tle ihie gun in inhis inhis inhis
his hand Wilson made a grab for it itand Itand Itand
and u scuffle followed Thomas had hadhis hadhis hadIlls
his finger on the trigger a ad l attempted attemptedto
to wrench it from Wilsons YUso s grasp It Itwas ItYaM Itwa
was wa a double action gm and went oft oftThe oft1he oftThe
The bullet went through the iloor iloorWilson 11001Wilson IloorWilson
Wilson still clutched the thegun sun in his left lefthand lefthand lefthand
hand Thomas pulled th trigger again againand againand againand
and this time the shot took effect Wil Wilson WISOil VII VIIson ¬
son released his grasytand gras and fell to the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor Wilson and Tfc tdomas tuoiujts ° i as were the theonly theonl theonly
only onl men in the card rom at the time timeof timeof timeof
of the shooting The shots attracted attractedseveral attractedsevcral attractedseveral
several other colored persons from fr m the thewIne theivlne
wine room They The pushed open the thedoor theleer
door < and found Thomas standing over overWilson oelVUson oveiWilson
Wilson who was lying face downward downwardon
on the floor Thomas still held the gun gunin gunin gunill
in his hand Jim Bradley was in inthe inthe
the club at the time He entered entered the theroom theroom theroom
room and grabbed Thomas by the thearms thea thearms >
arms a arms ms The gun was taken away from fromhim fromhrm fromhum
him Thomts asserted that he did the theshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting in selfdefense selfdefenseThe selfdefense1011cc
The police were notified and Chief of ofattractive ofattractio ofattractive
attractive house can be built for 5500 5500 5500how 5500how I
how a hunt club may be formed and man managed maltaged ¬ I
aged and how a great many man other inter interesting interesting ¬ i ie
esting e Ung outdoor matters may be conducted conductedto I Ito
to the best advantage There is also a athoughtcompelling athouJhtcompelllng athoughtcompellIng
thoughtcompelling article on the crisis crisisof crisisof I
of New Hampshire where so many farms farmshave farmshave I Ihave
have been abandoned that good land is isto Isto I Ito
to be had at 10 an acre The Illustrations Illustrationsare i inre
are splendid as asTHE always alwaysITTHE alwaysPHE V
THE CENTURY CE1TPRYThe The November Cen Century CenhtlY Cciitiuy ¬
tury begins the Heventyfirst volume of ofthe ufthe ofthe
the maghzlne with the openflng metal instalment In metalnuont tal talnumt ¬
ment of Mrs Humphry Wards ards new nov novel no noel noiel ¬
el Fetnvicks Career Jack London has hasa
a story stor of mining life and there arej arejstories ar arstories art1stories <
stories also by b Olivia IT Dunbar Carroll CarrollW
W Vt Yo Rankin Eleanor H Porter and Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Ruhl William Barclay Barela Parsons tells tellsabout tellsnbout tellsabout
about the construction of the Panama ca canal canal Canal ¬
nal Ralph D Paine discusses dlsClIssescollege dlsClIssescollege5iports college collegesports collegeslOrta
sports Katharine A Carl gives her per personal pers personal ¬
s sonal mal experience e with the empress empr 8S dow dowager do doagel dowager ¬
ager of China A poem Indian Sum Summer Summar Summuir ¬
mar by Dr S Weir elr Mitchell accom accompanies acCom1U1INJ aceompnie ¬
panies 1U1INJ Sigfemtmd Sisfl tnlind Ivanowakf8 fine colored coloreddrawing coloredtrawlng coloreddrawing
drawing An Autumn utumn Reverie ReverieHARPJ5R HeerlcHAfiPRRSVrltiuA ReverieHAIIPEItSWrlting
HARPJ5R HAfiPRRSVrltiuA S Writing under the pseudo pseudonym pspuuoum pseudonyrn ¬
nym Peter P ter Rabbit in Harpers Maga Magazine Magazinc Iaga1lne ¬
zinc for November Xocm r a well known natur naturallpt 1ltllrall natuirahitdiscusaes
allpt all ahitdiscusaes t discusses the question of immortal immortalit
it as viewed from rota the > standpoint of the therabbit therabbit
rabbit who is supposed to be writing the thearticle th tharticle thutarticle
article articleAmong articleAmong
articlemons Among mons all your our hopes hOII there is none nonethat nonethat noneUiat
that for an instant compares in value valuewith vahJewith valueui1tli
with your insistent hope in a persorful persorfulimmortality per persoifalimmortality olfal olfalIpunortnIlt
immortality Because of its very Vlr great greatness greatness greatfloss ¬
ness it has aroused t the most doubt and andquestioning andquestioning andquestioning
questioning Indeed that thatlt it is too good goodto
to be true tru is perhaps the only argument argumentagainst argumentalnst argumentagainst
against it and the rabbit dismisses this thisCheerfully thischeerfully thischeerfully
Cheerfully with the reflection that the thesome theme theiime
some me wus said by your onr ancestors of ev every EYl cvhey ¬
hey l great and good goo thing that you OU now nowenjoy nownjoy 110Wenjoy
enjoy
Of late Int however men are everywhere everywhereasking eer everywhereasking whre whreaklng
asking the old question Iu tfon of immortality immortalityqver immortalityqor lmmortshltyqver
qver again Hb ln There have been many mnn tribes tribesof trillesof tribesof
of men who denied lleni ll < immortality to their theirwomen th thCirwuinuel ir irorn
women orn while cherishing It for or them themselves themMIati themselvuis ¬
selves and their horses S Only Onl as the race racegrew rattgrew racegrew
grew in civilization were the rights ri hts of ofwomen ofwomen ofiiomea
women recognized reco nized until I am told men menaro menaro menmire
aro now inclined to base their future futurehopeu futurehopes
hopes > upon their wives ie5 and mothers mothersrather mothersraLlier
rather than upon their own virtues Irtu and andif andit
if it was inevitable that us civilized men menenlarged menlnlltrged meltenlarged
enlarged their charity eharlt and their experi experience experince experirace ¬
race they the should consider the rights or ofthe orthe orthe
the animal and even give a thought to toilia tohis tohis
his failure Hardly Hur l a man who has ever everowji 6VIIolllfd everOIW41
owji olllfd d a noble dog but ha has had at tlnus tlnusscfflid tlm tiznsstiThe s so1
scfflid o1 1tJ dim hope hOI > or desire that he might mightfind mightfind mightfind
find the same uiuiuestioning love and nn loy loyalty loyalt heyairy ¬
airy alt to meet him and believe beifve in him in inthe
the other world It i iil nor no a question of ofner
iner selfish sdtt h enjoyment elljo ment fpr f r the man the theregard theho thehope
ho hope has somethIng on1tthrng t uorp or generous and anduoble anditoh
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SUCCESS Sl SUtCFSThuIs Cg5SThhf ThU masHxirte for or Novem November XovEmt1eQhi4 Novenubee ¬
bee devote some 8 sade > a aIe < to a historical historicaland historicalIIlId historicalstud
and analytical study IItud of graft In Just JustPlain JustPlRln JustPlain
Plain Graft learner 1 Whittled goes goesback gONibrek goesback
back to the times of the Pharaohs to find findthve fiudt14e fulidtile
tile earliest recorded symptoms Ii > mptom of what whatpolitical whathflM1IdK whaths
hflM1IdK hs tida hetome a maU mahiatuant uunt cancer In InPfJ1Jt1ai illpq1ltleal
political and busiretss life und shows that thatgraft thatraft thatgraft
graft raft has been the cause of all our war warajul wa wan4 wars warsand
and n4 lia has killed IdlWlUore more men than ever do dofrom dtll dtllfrom dttIfrom
from foreign bulleta The fiction this thismonth thi thimonU1 themonth
month is i strong strolt The Th < Counsel for the tneDefense lhtJeCenE theJefeuse
Defense by WftHam Hamilton Oabonu Oabonua 08bormJIirj
a lawyerB story Veadg ad1 After Moslys MoslysAI MoslysMiii
AI Miii n by Porter Emerson Browne is asa asamt a alove aDit
love Dit story of the he war The Widows WidowsMight ViiowaMbflut g gUght
Might by Chauncey Thomas and Dip Dippy Dipp ¬
py 11 Hamiltons Magic Iagl by b A 14vthu vah < Milton MiltonIerr lliItollIIerr MultollIerr
Ierr are ar stories 8tori that hold hol the attention attentionof
of tin hue reader Edwin Markham Edmund EdmundT EdmundYfiCP Edmundt1uc
T YfiCP t1uc Cooke tr and n i Ttnt nO Itoy TCuncntl Farrell Ctrtu Green GreenoonfiilJUtf Greeneconttibtute nf nfcontribute
contribute verse The illustrations are ot ota ofq otit
a q high order and an the cover d dllgn < j ign by byIB byE byIt
IB jVr f Ashe 1 an artistic representation representationof repre entatlon entatlonor
or Thanksgiving lhaul hing preparations in the old oldeopth old2011h oldsopth
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THE fii TECHNICAL rECH ICAI L WORLDA par partial I liarttst If 1 1Ul ¬
tial nummary lImmar of the contents cont nts of this thisspJoBdid Uli Uliplul thIsp1ondId >
spJoBdid plul ld magazine for November will givean give givean ie ieun
an idea of its worth Saving SavingOceitu Ocean bin Liner Iinc binereu ¬
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With Ith the th < Engineers < by b Richard Henry HenryLittle HennrHtht HenryLlttle
Little Greatest Dam on Earth E rth by byCrittendim byCrittendon byCritteriden
Crittendim Marriott Oceans of Oil by byGeorge b bGeorge 1 1eorge
George eorge E Ii vWaljfh Valsh From Musical Bow BowtO Bowto Bowto
tO Piano by Randolph I Genre Jer Jerjrey JerJCY Jereel
eel War on Aloacmltos by i bi John Elfert ElfertWalking EIfertWfurtns ElfertWntlrtns
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Long J61i by John L LCownn L Cowan Told by b Fin Finger FlnJor Fingem ¬
gem Print by h William Hllam C Fits Gerald GeraldPJdllft GeraltlT GeraluLJOilfi
PJdllft T h 1 F Stevensby Stevens by Henry IIel1r M 1 Hyde HydeStrange HydeStrane HydeStrange
Strange FluorSpnr MIne lIne b by Malcolm MalcolmMcDowell MalcohmMcDowell 18lcolm1cIowell
McDowell McDowellTHE McDowellTHE 1cIowellTHE
THE FORUM FORIMThe Irhe The Forum for October OotoberPeceraber Octobelt OctoberDecember
December t oc iuber opens with Henry Lttehfleld LttehfleldWests LitchfIeldests LitchfleldIests
Wests Iests ests quarterly review of American Americani Amerl AmenlCJiPolitics I II
i Politics PolttlC5bear1ng bearng specially upon lOn the top topics toplei topie ¬
ics ie > of proposed legislation affecting rail railroad rullfoond railroad ¬
road rates tariff revision and agitation agitationtoward agitntlontow agitationtoward
toward tow rd the election of United States sen senators senMOlS senutors ¬
ators by h direct vote Ot6 of the people A AMaurice AAlainlce Ai1aiirice
Maurice Low devotes the major part or orhis ofhs orlils
his hs paper on Foreign Affairs to a dis discussion dlscUSISlon dtscursion ¬
cussion pfthe f the peace treaty tr < at between Rus Russia RuisIa ¬
sia Ia and Jnpan JftPanndspec1latlonastOits JftPanndspec1latlonastOitsllnbsbl afcd speculation as to its itsprnbablu ItSiurnbaltlt
prnbablu llnbsbl effects upon the th mutual rela relations relatlQ08 relatlons ¬
tions of the tlu various v rioun worldpower FI FIn FIItMtt Fluauuee
n ItMtt m0 Is comprehensively treated by byAlexander byewnder byAlexunder
Alexander ewnder D f Npyog l 11 i IIU u article whose whosesubdivision whoseijJlbdllslont whoseanbtiRlsmntus
subdivision > take up specifically the th stock stockmarket stocktJlarket stocktacrkcl
market the grain and cotton t ottoncrop9 crops Equit Equitaul EImIl Eiuiltstile
aul stile le assurance C affairs Russian and Jap Japanese Japnasa Japustleen ¬
nasa t 11urlWt curUI B and situ the goy 01 output of ofHie ofhue
the world Karl Blind the venerable venerableHerman venerablervol venerablerioimduu
Herman revolutionist rvol rr vohSi Uonist louis I contributes a striU striUlngjHHtfJfatlon 5trlk1ngjuHtCkalion atrikhi
lngjHHtfJfatlon hi Juuatultatln of ° f Ute war Kl t spIrit > Irit in men menand menud
and ud nation under the Utle of An n Un Unsatisfactory LntltUapctor UlummtlsfprtorY ¬
satisfactory Apostle of Peace Life In Insurance Inillrunco Ineuriunco ¬
surance MethodB pre oxplnlned tao coin coiniared coinpareti
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l1i r1iijii M11V which aims Uj tJpr9vlde to provide uniform uniformrnmont unltorm1h utuulforniaeTnintiut
aeTnintiut 1h rnmont for or alltheoitum aU this nitIU ultfe and townsurthat towns townsof townsofthat
of urthat that state
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1 1a hal hala
the scene Thomas Was wa licyj fit fita ltUlf
a dozehs dore b colored merf mop and as mime Immedlately mimeVdlatel
Vdlatel dlateiy r turned over over to thapollcc thapollccAUentlon tJ tht i polic policAttention P CC CCAttention
Md > ns son n who whowas ii io ioitas
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was bletding freely fh
and tifl nmdc nmdcI ma e ehis
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In Intens intensely
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his statement stter ell He was
tensely tens ly from the th wound woundnR woUfldj Lnch JV ncn ncnWounded tiC tiCWounded he told w hit hitI3tor liljstory I f fstory
story I3tor in gasps to ChloQ
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him lIson said y
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out 8a viitf vii h11 w 1ft
kno Imow hcfOllol he toll 1Id me e until I turned turnedaroiitttl turned81tuud turnedar
the door He stood stoodthere stoodthere
aroiitttl ar unti tI frt nrir O rl
fK there 111 a ra with the t e Su gun in his hiahand hishnl1d hisha
he meant to shoot me meand meand nieand
hand ha d t klU kliev
and I KTttblP grab inbb d for or the gun IJe l1e tried tredto triedto triedto
to pull pullTouf nil jt t ou of my hands han s and al d pulled pulledthe pulledthe pulledthe
1 r > member two ti 0 shots shots9re shotswere
the trlRcer tel et
were 9re fited totiand AdtUe and the gun was In Ala Alar 1118hands Jim Jimbands
hands f fVU I IWtloui
r Wtloui VU riicnn on lalle ailed sfeveral S sci era eual friends friends to his hisside hisslM hisSIfle
side fltiflVfcw 11111 t 1 told them he was dying He Hetold Hetold HetOld
told t th tIlY1 > what hat to do o with his per personal personnl peroumnh
sonal rejects ffects His watch and 160 60 in inmon inmOlt InuoncJ
which ha had in his room were werei wereS1 weregive
mon uoncJ <
mOlt S1 give i aJ to a colored woman of his hisa hisaqunlltance liisaehut ac acnujjitance
nujjitance nujjitanceliter hut utaiico utaiicoltea
liter ltea Wilsons version of tim > shoot shootiny shootI
iny I ln was given Thomas was taken takenjto takenI takenwto
jto I 0 the chiefs office and questioned questionedjfe
jfe e explained in detail the arrange arrangejjnem arrangeJhent arrangeJfleflt
jjnem Jhent Jfleflt of the rpom in which the men menwere menwele menweIe
were when theshooting the shooting took place placeAccidental pacAccidental placeAccidental
Accidental Says s ys Thomas ThomasI
I didnot did not mean to shoot Wilson Uson It Itwaw Itwa Itivat
waw wa purely V Van an accident Thomas Thomassaid Thomassait rhomassakt
said The gUn went off in the scuf scuffle scutfie scuftIe ¬
fie M I didnt let go of it fearing that thatWMson thatVUsnn thatWsDn
WMson would shoot me He jlid all allthe allt1ie allthe
the Jerking arid an l I simply held on to tothe tothe
the vgun gun 1Jn My lI finger must have been beenon beenon beenon I
on tie trigger and on account of it itbeing itbeing itbeing
being < a doubleaction revolver It went wentoff wentoff itentoft
off I lad had the gun in my m hand but I Iintended IIntended Iintend
intended intend to gn into the wine room roomwhere roomwhere roomwhere
where several of ofm my friends were wereThomasv wereThomas wereThomas
Thomasv Thomas Is known In u police circles circlesHe circlesHe circlesHe
He was arrested with a colored wo woman womaul ¬
man ertha Thomas last August for forrobbing formobbing or orrobbing
robbing aman of 80 The woman got gotthe gotthe gotthe
the money out of the mans pocket and andthen andthen andthen
then handed it to Thomas who got gotaway solawa gotaway
away awa They were arrested in Ogden Ogdenseveral Ogdenseveral Ogdenseveral
several days d ys later and brought back backto backto backto
to the city They were tried twice on onthe onthe onthe
the same charge but each time timeescaped timeescaped timeescaped
escaped on a technicality The case casewas casewas casewas
was afterwards afterwardsdlsmlssed dismissed Since that thattime thattime thattime
time Thomas has been working about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the club as porter porterWilson porterWilson porterWilson
Wilson was removed to the Latter Latterday Latterda Latterday
day da Saints hospital where Drs S C CBaldwin CBaldwin CBalthvln
Baldwin and W WJF F Beer found that the theloft theloft theloft
loft lung had been penetrated and that thatthe1 thatthe thatthe
the1 the bullet lodged in the spinal cord cordIt cordIt
It paralyzed the mans lower limbs limbsand Jim ilmbsand s sand
and no hope for his recovery r overy is enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained
At the End of the Way WayAtlanta WayAtlanta WayAtlanta
Atlanta Constitution ConstitutionI ConstitutionSilent ConstitutionSilent ConstitutionSilent
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theway thewayAfter Ute thiewayAfter wa waAfter
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the way wayFrom wa walrom V
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that we w pray prayAt prayAt ra raAt
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The shadows seem sweet sweetat at the ojid OlIn of oftho oftho ofthe
tho way wayDim wayDim ay ayDim
Dim valleys vallefcahn calm streams streamsAnd 5itroomsAnd streamsAnd
And earths sorrow now no seems seemsOnly seemsOnl seemsOnhy
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And we hear all the angels of rest sing singor singor Ingo Ingoor
or say sayAt sa saAt sayAt
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At Atthe the end of the way wayTelegraph wa waTelegraph wayTelegraph
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New York Press PressJn PresI PressJul
Jn my business a man has strange stra 1go ex exjjeriences exIHlrionc cxperiences
I jjeriences s said the telegraph operator operatorIt
It was only yesterday that I s sviit nt this thismessage
message to a White rhlte Mountain hotel hotelHold hotelHold hotelHoid
Hold room for self and wife Ten days daysThe dllsThe daysThe
The answer answ l came back at once We dont donttake donttuke donttake
take doga and the couple that wanted to togo togo togo
go to the hotel were indignant Later the theexplanation theexplanation theexplanation
explanation came My Iy message tn > sage it seems seemshad seemshad
had been incorrectly transmitted as asHold asHold asHold
Hold room for self and wife > Ten dogs dogsTwo dogsrwo dogsTwo I
Two sportsmen one In Chicago and andone andono andone
one in New York played a game ame of bil billiards billiards blhherds ¬
liards by telegraph three years ago The Thetwo Thetwo rhetwo
two tables were divided into small num numbered numbered numberet ¬
bered squares and at the end of each eachshot encIlSlot eacheliot
shot the location of the three balls would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be telegraphed to the other town where wheretlieyi wherethe wherethieyi
tlieyi the were set up The game lasted four fourdays fourda fourdays
days da V and would have cost a mint of ofmoney ofmon ofmoney
money mon only oul the players happened to be betelegraph betelcgr betelegraph
telegraph telcgr ph operators operatorsTelegrams operntorslalegrams operatorsTelegrams
Telegrams are never punctuated This Thisfact Thisfact Thisfact
fact lost Washington a man 5500 500 last May MayHis MayIlls Ia IaHis
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Philadelphia specialist to come on An Anhour Anhour Anhour
hour later the woman died dl < and the bus husPetermans 1msI busPefermans
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use the contents of a box of Peter Petermans Petermans Petermans ¬
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and nd their eggs Instantly The enor enormous enormous enormous ¬
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the prlco being made so that the rich richand richand richand
and poor alike can afford to use thorn thornPetermans thompetermans thtOlliFetermans
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find it easier to sell at KL50 per pertreatment Jlcrtreatment
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tism or any ache or pain which whichusually whichusually whichusually
usually disappears after a Turk Turkish Turkish Turkish ¬
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these new improved cabinets cabinetsThey cabinetsTheyale cabinetsThey
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people who are not afflicted afflictedwith afflictedwith
with winter aches and in every everyhome everyhome everyhome
home where they have lave been beenused beenused beenused
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A CARLOAD OF That Good oo Coal Coalwas Coalwas Coalwas
was stolen from ua the other otherda day We Wegot Ve Vegot 0 0sot
got it back but the man let go o like it itwas itwas itwas
was worth 1000 Its in one of our yards yardsnow yardsnow ards ardsnow
now all nicely screened for sale saleBarnberger ale Ie IeBamber
Bamber Barnberger ger
161 MEIGHN ST U US S A AStockholders AStockholders AStockholders
Stockholders Meeting MeetingSOUTHERN MeetilgSOUTHERN MeetingSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN PACIFIC GOLD GOLDper COP CfFpor COPper
per Mining Milling ceqipan ceqipanNotice eepanotice
Notice otice of meeting of stockholders stockholdersto rF rFto
to amend article of Incorporation IncorporationNotice tneorporatlo1Notice IncorporationNotice
Notice is hereby given that a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special meeting meit ng of the stockholder suwl loldeni uf ufthe urthe V Vtue
the Southern Pacific Gold Copper Min Mining Mm Mmlug lIn lInIng ¬
ing Milling l1i1lln company a corporation of ofUtah urUtah ofUtah
Utah will be held at th office of th thLako thcompan tue tuecompany
company 230 West est 5th Nort NOrth str stgeet t Sail Sl1lLaJm SailLake
Lake City CI1 Utah on the 34th day of No November Nucrober Novequber ¬
vember 1906 ftt t 2 oclock oc k p n m for tb tbpurpoac t tPIrJ0 tbpumipose <
purpoac 4 of amending the article of in incorporation IIIcorporation illcorporation ¬
corporation of said corporation imi inch waking IpajIng inchlug ¬
ing the th capita tock of sold corporation corporationono
ono million shares of the face ale or par UI i JUt JUtof Ju Juof Juof
of luu 1 leuel1 each instead in tadetsixhUndrertmou ef six x hundred Ttfou TtfouSOcenta Tflousand
sand tfIlarCS ut the rM face VI Pill value Jlue of ofSQ r rW
W SOcenta cents each ch by b araeiiding article VJ I i lit littJ1t uttlii > r rtha
tha articles ftrti of incorporation u to rtad as asfollows a afollowa atfollows
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per Mining Milling Company

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