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1 f1i SALT LAKE I IE HERALD Ut flALD MONDAY DECEMBER 23 2 1905 it
I ERALD HERALD SPORTS 1
STICKS BY OLD GAME GAMEChicago GAMEChicago I
Chicago University Uni ersity Faculty Stands Standsfor Standsfor Standsfor
for Football as Played 1ayed at atPresent atPresent v vPresent
Present PresentSKioasa PresentiaE PresenticaO
SKioasa iaE Dec 2 2LCldcago Chicago university universityfaculty unlverMtItauty dt dtfaculty
faculty officers have ha e declared 4 unquali unqualifiedly UpquaUflhll UPQUtt1dlv ¬
fiedly flhll iu fa tajor fLIot or of football aa a it MS H now nowTJuMHl nowthe DOWrJ
TJuMHl rJ y1 x xAt
At the Bwudlnr of C yaatertliT ye yeMeraDr yeMeraDrI Dr Drodspe
< > odspe Ispooed d the university j cretarjc cretarjcdn cretal1ldr cretrrdLt
dn sd fd tIN th football squad and 8tud tud tnW tnWft alilJ alilJftr te tetif
tif ft annuunoins that he had n no ayin ayinPittiy sflrt pn pnnlth
Pittiy nlth rt thy for the aetractors dttrLl torll of the gum ume mt he hei herrrlp herrtpcded
rrrlp i rrtpcded > rr > cp < Iled < Ue < l to an eloquent eulogy Y ot the thevnrt tbetqrt theIirt
vnrt an ua It is i played playedJootbftll IlayedIi4tIU > layedF
Jootbftll F otbftl1 Uti u ib It is now viand i Is tb tbtite the thfgl ther
gl r tite attit t game ever er devised d < n Iw Raid III1tdln III1tdlnI a1d in InIirt
I Iirt I rt If It Jti not only DIy a gr g great at t game a e but butIt outIt
It devotop thv Ui iualitJe4 a inuux mllu need needtrst n needeV edfJ edfJw
trst w V ol t in I thc th battle for life JifereaIOurceful JifereaIOurcefulf1 reaourceful reaourcefulr
r T i2 s al alerhl a1tiies rtii > ti tI 1 ltltntro lfc > ntiv l and Rndme RndmeIH game gameu
u IH > e 1 haw no iiutience C with tha th l people peopleiio > o D1e D1ehu le leiiu
iiu decry d Cr it as e a brutal gHKttatoml gHKttatomlc
> c Irt ort > rt They The speak only onl thmugh isnor isnori I Ior
i or physical cowardk cowardkin
in Goodspeed GoOd Goodered quoted inoldantally the thet theof theof
t of Cavanaugh the nmtUB fam q old oldMaroon oldIuroon OldtarOn
Maroon player whose iettoroe courage couragelit COU 8 8J
J i1 quick wit enabled him to IiMlve e him himI
I p rccnUy from pure death I1t 1enoeh 1enoehWit ICenohVis
Wit Vistitan
WitJt lit titan Jt an a n Halb Halbert rt chairman of th the athletic athleticfaurU athleUcwtr ath1etltr1
faurU wtr uf the University of Chicago Chicagoutj Chl thIcgo1r o j jtm
tm utj l Dr > r Ooodxpeeds sentiments sentimentsV 1 1U1ilJotity
V mujoiity of those wti 11 erlUaJw the theni Ul0tnj tIlet
tnj t ni > moat H1O h ha har5411y rsily ty are men who have haveT haveeien
T s lJt eien e en the th game and only read of oft
41 J I Wd points exploited In the prww prwwliicy p preesluv 1 111tfY
liicy luv or ure w WMkknetd aK kn d people to 0 whom whomav whoma
av a uUa dt of phyoioal pain is I ahhorent ahhorentTIIH abhoroptJhyMkial
TIIH Ill v flhIII hysiuul > 1 discipline disci In uf tootb4ll 4l1 > the theMljiivrcnce thelIljrcnce the1IUrtnco
Mljiivrcnce to pain pa the grit it it develops developsf
4 f mmnd mtU tld It to me The battle of life lifet utahard
t hard streuuoun one and the kjiocks kjiocksv kuoeloifncounttrtI ktoeksneoUttttre
v encounters are of a nature to rti rtiliittge 41s 41sw <
w liittge 1 tltgt 11t many maD Ifpotbftll training make makewn makeflit
> n nn n out uf th the boys It deyelai > tho thojishtniK thoIihtill the3thtl
jishtniK Iihtill imiUiiet jl1ilUa t which make a man fuoa fuoafticuftin tkQei fKoettuu1tie
i fticuftin ttiufti 8 without ftmchjuir We ara arauisfK arawith aveLtifh4
uisfK < l with football h here r We Ve e ar arrnriiii are area eri1
rnriiii i1 a nation tot vtrong tron mea a uot notv uotHnglt uotIjnge
v Uings in ih the a siit siitRUSIE t tRUSIE t tRUSIE
RUSIE TO TOPLAY PLAY AGAIN AGAINPamous AGAINFamous AGAINFanious
Famous Pitoher Signs to Twirl in the theBrush theDrush theI
I Brush League the Com Coming Comillr Corning
ing Year YearVniurf Yearmu
Vniurf mu Run nue baa signed ined with the Spring Sprinef SprinKtd Springffd
f ffd td d 0 Central League club to pitch pitchxt
< xt HeiiBon HeiiBonThis HtiIiOnThis iOfl iOflThis
This IHtte ttIe n new w item will b be r reeehoed reeehoedltl1 receivedUtIl c Ivcd Ivcdwith
with ltl1 inter interQ8t Bt all over the Uaweall 1m ebaU worlu worlui worluIilfre worluiwre
Iilfre i ture will be great bTe t mtweet to a tee e juet jueti ju t ti
> i it t the th former star Ur ca cast do In th the pltch pltchjin
jin HI n > line lineAmy Iln IlnAmr 11fleAmy
Amy RiiBle In his dny l1a d wall wa the tb star eir ofi ofiTm o om Om
Tm m all Ho H was as a fameim as 0 Mathew Matkavrn
n ursd wowed owed down dow his victims with the thetst thetst thett
< tst speed But dlselpntlon caliatd hid hidvJuwntaU hi hiljlwnat hlotAk1srtaLt
vJuwntaU jl Jie He fell to a very ver ery low e eitte tate awl 41111rkd HU HUworked
worked rkd as s a day laborer at odd Jobs j 1kJ for forcvral torn foreare
I
n cvral ral J ea eaW eare eareVhether ar arWhether
Whether W ther hla hi reformation ha hu come comeabout comelhut comei11ittt
about in time to save some of his mar marions marLl
ions < Ll strength of arm and his wonder wondsra wonder81O1
a epeed s fed i IC a great question At any rat ratit ruti ruL4 ruL4l
it i l wIll be a great drawing card until h hMVS hit hitto haflis
MVS flis to be either the goods or another anotherthv anotherth
thv th cHseardn di It is vary VC M rarely that a ant atit aMt
nt tit it pitcher who has mined hl hl8 career careerv carecrdis careerdis8ipatlon
v dissipation dis ipatlOl1 can ever regain re aln his original originalj orhtnal
3 Tin and it te hardly likely that Rutrte RutrteUj nUtlieI
I Uj l anything of note noteYOST DoteYOST noteYOST
YOST FAVORS FAVORSCHANGE FAVORSCHANGEGreat CHANGE CHANGEGreat
Great Coach Says It Will Make a Bet Better Better Better ¬
ter Game GameDtiott GameDh GameDttI1t
Dtiott Dh tt Mich Uch Dec 24 4CftaCh Coach Yost who whoi whoiuet
t i > just returned from Nashville saya re rerdmg re rerdm rechnee
< rdmg rdm chftnsr chnee 8 In foetball to tbaU rules rulesTho rulesThu rulesrilO
Tho tenyard rule which probably will willadopted wt1lad si1tjdopted
adopted ad plod will be a M fetnefit tit With five fiveir fivertle hoerdli
ir rdli la to s gain U In n three thrw downs th the offw offwIT ott
IT 1 t tpam itm ha hu three ehanoas to get awaY tiwayuuh awaYIh awaytlL
uuh Ih the ball With Un xard arda tu 1 pin lIIn in inat InH InduWii
at down w we would w iild get t four oianue oianuewould oIUtReJ 3iUW 3iUWV
J V would open 0 up the same sameTiiv pmeTlte gameTii
Tiiv Tii forward f rward paw If allowed will m p pr prn r rn
1 n a quarterback quart rback to p pau aa the ball forr1 ror rorivurJ for rorfJr
ivurJ fJr r1 to a halfback The only proviso te tet ittt ist
t tt tit iI quarterlick and the player plu er rt rti ruL ruLill ru rut
i Aing ill wg the th bull be on thpir tb lr own side lle of ofIi ofII ofli
Ii II > Ii ini in n of t scrimmage Juat think what whatn
n increase 1 lPa of speed this will cause The Thek Thek the4n
< k an n get started before the th ball gt gtilv sets JeUilll setsth
ilv lll quarterbaek qhlrt baiek and the play can be bev befXpution beXLltIOD
v fXpution x cutlon while the p quarter passes the thet I Itl
S t tl the runner runnerHANLON runnerHANLON I Ii
i
HANLON QUITS GAME GAMECalifornian GAMECilifornlan GAMECalifornian
Californian Says He Is Out of Game Gamefor Gamefor Gamefor
for Good GoodIOfc Goodi5s
IOfc 1 Angeles CaL CaL1Dee aDee Dee 2i 4E11dio1Iafl 4E11dio1IaflOfl Eddie Ilan Ilanono IIa IIaon
ono on of the mot mOtIf popular K pul r little fight flghtIalifornla fightI sltt sltta1lforata
I Ialifornla ever turned out who was wasf
f > attd by Kid Herman in A tuttllns tuttllnsv
< hi in in tb this city lasl WMk dred ha har
v S r again would enter the rind rincrm rln rlnTnt rind1nt
rm through for good twfd d H naftJon UasloeN Hlon Hlonvr
N vr 1 again will tl1 I ejigage ag in a ring ri ringcon ringconI con n nCOIn
1 m COIn to my home in San ffmn Ifral1J ffmnMj
S Mj t J und gliall ha1I econ engage in OJU > ame > Luai huaiT
T 1 s in that city Jiwt what it will be I Innot Innt Innt
nnot nnt > t say until I look around but I have haveur Jtav
Si 1 ur r three opportunities I am but butts butS 34 34rs
S rs old but I have hay been In the ring f fer ferIt fe feS r rir
S ir t five f f1v yours UnI and have met every mik mikweight nUlec1ghl Iittkteight
weight of prominence except Jimmy JimmyI JtlUttyI
S 5 I i am young Ou enough yet to settle settlvii HtUHand settleand
vii Hand and dwote In myself elt to some buslne buslneij huelnesJ
ij 1 tnuta what I snail do I have saved wivedmonty Hvedmt savedS
S monty mt > ocy I have made in the ring rln and andij aDdl
ij l I J ll lot iot t retire broke brokeSOCKER brokeSOCKER brokeSOCKER
SOCKER GAME TODAY TODAYSalt
Salt Lake and Eureka Meet to Decide DecideState DecideState DecideState
State Championship Championshipgame
game of association UIiIOCla Ol1 Itoetball f tij Jt i WI schod schoda ebedfortbIaafternoomt fJo4 fJo4j
a j f tor thlamooft or thin aAwnoon at Cummki Ciunmlsis t field fieldten fadWdn fieldS
S Wdn ten the Salt Luke e and Eureka Eurek1 t toanNI toanNIgame tianifgame am amgame
game Is to decide the fie 0 for thi thilc 0 0JW tit5te
JW lc champlenahip It ia called for forQ I Ic 8ti
c 4IgcIr 4IgcIrX J knat k S Sgrtztt
X ertat nat deal had been bee Haiti and printed printedtuout printedu printed1out
tuout u ut the tn famous JttariWh ngl h y ane n > e of ofker ofkef
5 5 ker football In the tb past two year yearr yearal
r v l < s to the adverse crlUotam crltiGl m ag a auInt ainat h t the thet
5 4t t college game Lovenrof Lovers of the Enfflisn Enfflisnme
me m claim one lies but to see a IIoekerf aoeker aoekert
t me to t become a great admirer of th thur titIn title title5L1
ur The game this afternoon k rnoon betwe betWetift betWetiftt betwet
t two t 0 best teams in the state > will afford affordS affordpINrtuntt
S > i portunhy > and U thoM oe who no wish to tofur Lhr tomr
fur themaeJvea tb what it is like Uk can canoi 011wf mauS
S oi wf uity do so by visiting Cummings field fieldr
r i 1 S afttrrnoon afttrrnooniU S Siit
iU t I Lake ike lineup Drown goal San SanI
< ruu I 01 aLmd 1 < l Russell backs J Sueddon S P PM PT Pdt1ol
M T KKn Miller halfbacks ChurebllU ChurebllUNrsburyt ChuzlsiilM55T
Nrsburyt 0 M55T r Mbury Gtrard Stevenson Mar MarShall MarShallrttrtls I ball ballrwurUa I Ir
rwurUa r ardal ne IteervedMalneoL Re rv rvr a7Ad Adamsoll msoflL White A Aadon Atlilon A Aold
adon old n W Service 3orvlceEUREPA rloe rloeEUREKA P PEUREKA
EUREKA EXPECTS VICTORY VICTORYSockers VICTORYSackers VICTORYSockers
Sockers From Mining Camp COl1lpAftcr COl1lpAftcrSalt After AfterSalt AfterSalt
Salt Lakes Lakes Scalp ScalpSpecial ScalpSpeclltl ScalpSpecial
Special to The Herald Heraldrmvka Herad4Tl1fka HeraldT
rmvka T Dec St 4Eurekll Eurehaa famous tam01UJFdatlon famouseiatIon As AsF
F oiatlon footer organhuttton will Uuvol Uuvolt
t Halt Lake tomorrow and n engage enp the thessU Utej theLSkO
ssU j t Lake AssoclaUon cta Oft team in a battle battler battlltthe battlethe
r the chantDionahln In the te t8llU tzp m are arere arere areS
S re nw iwen vl vie Ruffles A 4pd 4pdi Mpdeus MpdeusI pdett pdettaifeywnd
I aifeywnd i ymd Hunter These e two latter t are areifhuoka AI AIfh arefhals
ifhuoka fh > kM and food ones while nut RutS
S ID a very eapabH inside iJ1Hld left 1otCtlt 1otCtltChmtmas It ItChristmas ItChristmas
Christmas day da Boniwr will willT
T unabltk Inlbl ntbhe to accompany y the team but bulTyrekiis butE Iutirekas
< Tyrekiis E rka fans think that with the thew thew
5 w rrftn Eureka is nutting a tea b m t tS
1 S flld tl 1d that is lots faster than Uta the thewhich thewhich theS
S which drew against Salt Lake City CityTH eftI
TH I tl here and at Agricultural park dn dnrK dur dmm1hi
rK r j thn th state fair fairKurka rairl airTr
Kurka l Tr > lr kn lineup Thomas Newton N ton goal goali J Jrg
i TB rg Herring Joseph Jo eph Aspdeji backs backsnt b8ckntor
S nt ntor r Bailey Hal1 William Herring halt hattThtk haltk
Thtk ht k F Herring Herrin captain WHUam WHUamii WIUIeinYred
1 ii I h l Yred ed Braailey Bramh DrITileyJ J Aspden AJtpdeftIIICIa A ACHRISTMAS ACIIRISTMAS
IIICIa IIICIaCHRISTMA
CHRISTMAS CHRISTMA ANP AIIPNEW NEW YEAS YEAStwo YEA YEARSRATES WS WSriA
riA RATES TJ S Slt T Te
lt QaR GR Rt RtUite R
Uite e bTh rtdi d o t iec eeil iiy iy iylcO
two + lcO stations in 1ntth Utafe II TIdte i Jteu eQ 01 0Jt sale
December D cember 20 Si il l 21 2 5 30 31 and January January1st T Uary
1st t t limited l plted to return January 4th The TheitI
itI tin Grande raQde operates b bept pt t local train trainBuctvL trainBIJt trainin
BuctvL in the state lJtatef
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WHY HANLON SIGNED1 SIGNED1Sajs SIGN SIGND SIGNDSays O OSa
Says Sa s BroQklyn Treated Him HiniLike like a aDog aDog aDog
Dog So He Takes Offer From Fromt FromCincinnati
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Cinoinnati CincinnatiBftlUniore CinoinnatiUaJUnfore CinoinnatiUftitinibre
5 t
BftlUniore Md d Dee SI StIanager Manager Han Haniatf Hanlon Hanion
lon tlt tells > not without glee how b by sign signIq signtng
Iq iatf with Cincinnati he gave the throw thrpwlOWa throwi1m throwf
f lOWa wI to the Brooklyn manager who whow whobeI whohellotie
i1m beI hellotie were igaln adn wOfkhc a scheme aehemoo
to o get et 111m in a imok OlE Hunlon aY8 ho hoWf heWl1t
w Wf Wl1t rtt to t N NW w York fully x scptIpg xp pU8g to sign signWiflt signthe gn gnwult
Wiflt < tho Brooklyn There so made soy aevftl 16 16appointments soyoral
oral appointments with both Ebbetts fnd lUdMod1c1Wl tfldMedlcue fndMedicu
Medicu but each ich time they the failed to 6p 6pear AllPear
I Pear > ear He atey says II
1 1 waited and waited on aeveraL aevoraiocAa aevoraiocAaiIoie occa occatreated Qc a
110 iIoie until I could oJ Y believe that I Iwu Iwee
wu treated like a dog and I simply do deuUaen doPU1M douihwd
uUaen < 1 to submit tc such treatment any any4oi aay1tJrC any4orisr
4oi 4orisr 1tJrC > K r President 1 Ie ldent Herrman grew more moretnfetatent moretQ moreInhlstnL
tQ tnfetatent nt and on Tuesday evening wo
had our first talk I stated by terms termsmd termaM termsand
md Mr Herrmann agreed to tROD In Instantly tnUWtl7 intutly ¬
stantly UWtl7lad f bad to turn down the pffer ptC o oj St StLc41111
LcuHf simply because > e the Cincinnati Cincinnatiproposition ClnclnnuUPfopoalUon Cincinnatipromoe4ton
proposition was mere attractive t have haveo hav havoen haveIOn
IOn o oen n up aipatabt the tough proposition of oftrying
trying trln to make flake the beet of a Q i club which
Had hiidClO op nionvy to back it upj up In Cincin Cincinn Clnoinnfttt ClucinHall
n nfttt tl I 1 win vifl bae nave unlimited oapltal CM ltal to make makea
a pennant winning wtU I1g team and it will wUlbo bo bouj beUI
UI > to me If I fall failS 1
One of my 1Inn stipulations was that that1tgIy
1tgIy QUU should be satisfied and thkthe that he hesflouul
bourn I remain wit with a the Reds Red as a player playarJ
J r have mav eeu Kelify Kellc y and d he will probably
bo my team captain captainPACER caCJtalnPACER captaina
a
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PACER DROPS DEAD DEADIs
Is 15 Major Wonder 2O9 2O94 Raised by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Clark in Montana MontanaWorcester MontanaWOtee8ter MontanaW0eeater
Worcester Mass 1 Dee 24 4Major Major Won Wonder Wonder Won11cr ¬
der 2 0 i actns > stallion otvnea o ovzjelIb ovzjelIbS b bS by E ES
S Pierce l e of this ttL city city dropped drOJ dead whllo hllo I
btins bth driven orer oter the hI Boulevard Douhrrn rd course coursetoday coursetoday
today to The horse was Ii 21 1 years y nrs old and l
has been owned by hyM Mv M Plerco for nine nineyears nineyears nineyaaii
years Senator nttor Clark of Montana raised raisedthe raIsedtho ralsdtiit
the horse on his farm and B sold 1d hlnr hlnrto to o
Mr Pie Pierfe e for SCWO SCWOIn OOO OOOIn OUOIn
In J8S8r 1800 Major Wonder defeated Flying Pl Flyln FlylnJib lng
Jib at that time th the i onemile record recor recorb5c1dr
hokku heHtavat t tHe OftMitt I Clfilt Crmltieo ti1t heijtV e t tr trPierdecteiioK I
PierdecteiioK p CIatJQlII that Uta the th thetahlion njt atnlllonheld Ulon MI htiUte htiUteworida tl8 tl8ort th thworlds
worlds ort s record rec rd for a mile with a woman
hoMws A ng the reins re reinsHVL4NDSECu 212 1 1H 4 4HYLANDSECURES
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HYLANDSECURES H LAND SECURES RES MATCH MATCHSammy MATCHS MATCHSmiimny
Sammy S uuny Mcciintoc Ic tnioo 1IItQC writes wr1tt frO fropi fru 1 San I
Fraucitfco Jfr u o that he has secured 8 lred a mutch mutchwith mitteltwith r rwIth
with Tommy Totn y Mowatt for Fighting Flglt1ujDlc Dick I
Hyfand The date te 1 set for fl r some som time in i Inand
January and U will be twenty rounds at at13s 1
13s 1 pounds This will be the first scrap
Hyland has had luulfol for seine LiSle as none noneof nonuof noneof
of the San Francisco fighters seem to towant towant I
want any of the youngsters same sameRESULTS pmREUL gameREULTS
RESULTS REUL TS AT ATTRA TRAIlS TRAffSA SI SIA
A number nU lber of marksmen visited the traps trapsyesterday tralNye trapsyesterday
yesterday ye terda and took part in the second secondsnoot Hecondsltopt secondafloat
snoot for the Peters cup Twentyflva Twentyflvabirds Twontytlv8birds Twentyfivebirds
birds at unknown angles were thrown thrownTho I I1he
Tho Tb final scores were Burgess 16 Mit Mitchell MItouch nt ¬ i icheU
ouch 12 1 Green 10 Sharp 11 Vincent
13 Bransford ID IDRAISE 1URAISE S
RAISE APPLES TO SELL SELLDavis SELLDavis SELLDavis
Davis County Hen ren Organize to Push Pushthe Pushthe Pushthe
the Industry of Placing Placin Utah UtahFruit U h I
Fruit in Eastern Market MarketThe MaiketThe
I
The Clearfield Orchard company which whichfiled whichtiled hich hichfU8
filed articles of incorporation In Saturday SJturdayhave iltturdayhave i ihave
have secured eighty acres acres of loud near nearSyracuse nEnrSyracuse nearSyracuse
Syracuse Davis county count and In the spring springwill sprIngwin springwlfl
will transform ransorm the entire piece of land landinto landInto i
into un apple orchard Twenty acres of ofthx ofthO ofth
thx th land and is already ulread set out in apple trees treeswhich tr trwhloh treeswhich
which are bearing Fifteen acres of the thepiece thopiece thepiece
piece netted about 2000 OOO last year oor In Inti luthree I Ithree
three 01 foul years ears the company Intends Intendst
ti t have onQ of th largest orchards in inhe ittiie
the he northern part of the stats stat and will willmarket wJUlnlarkel willmbrket I
market ha crop in the east eastThere i iThere tIhere
There are few orchard companies in the thagrowers thesl thestate
sl state te that are shIpping their crops oil oilof HIt
or the state One diffIcult the trul trulgrers rulll rulllg
growers g wars find in shipping their crops to tooutside tomarkets toouido
outside markets is that they the grow too toomany toomany i imany
many varieties The packers want one oneor I
or two standard Jita danl varieties and purchase purchasethem purchascthm purchasethem
them in large consignments co Jhnments This Thl Is where wherethe whereUle wherethe
the Utah fruit growers fail They oan oansupply oonauppl ceimsupply
supply the packers with two or three ear earIOMUH carlouls oarbuds
buds of a dozen varieties artetl but the large largecommission largecommission largecommission
commission house boUl es will iIl not handle such auchHmftll such8mftl1 suchsmall
small orders The Clearfield Cla rfleld company in intends IntElndt intends ¬
tends to set out but one oneor or two varieties varietiesand varietiesaad varietiesand
and contract their th lr entire crop with some someeafctern SmeG6tern someeaatern
eafctern ccmm ccmmieiOn mmi 8lon lcm houses housesThe hOQS41Ihe housesThe
The company oompa y i jff organized with a cap capIta Ca Caitsi
ital Ita stock ll of StIl S 0 in shares of 1 1 each eachW each14W eac eacIi
14W Ii W Snow is prMldejtt Geprge M r Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non vice vl president C L Whitney W1tltno seer seeretary seertary secretary
tary and treasurer they the with G W Pal Palmer Palmer Palmer ¬
mer M W Snow and W V R CalderwoOd CalderwoOdconstitute Caldenvoodconstitute Calderwoodconstitute
constitute the board of directors directorsAll directorAU directorsMl
All firstclass restaurants and homes homeshave homeshave homeshare
have Vienna bakery b8ker bread breadFINISHED breadFINISHED breadFINISHED
FINISHED ITS LABORS LABORSJapanese LABORSJapanese LABORSapanese
Japanese apanese Commission Headed by byBaron byBaron byBaron
Baron Komura on Its Way WayBack WayBack WayBack
Back to Tokio TokioPekinc TokioPekinc TokioPeking
Pekinc D Doc c SL lThe The Japanese commis commlsIon commission cominlsIlOit ¬
sion Ion headed he ded by Baron Komura omura which whichnegotiated whichflegotited
negotiated the ChlnoJapanose treaty treatyleft tre t tl I
left l tt today toda on a special train for Ti Tin n T llu llu6ft TmItmon > iu iuon
on Its way to Japan At Tien rein the theoemmlaalonerii theoemmisaloners i ioemma8lOflera
oemmlaalonerii will be entertained with withtrreat witht withfZtat
fZtat trreat t ceremony by the viceroy Yuan Shi ShiKai SblKaI SdTte
Kai
KaIlbe riie farewell at the station was aplc aplctureaque B apIctureeque pic pictUleMue
tureaque one Many bn mandarins dressed dregaedin
in their ceremonial robes of sables and andwwirins unt1wettrtnlr unitwemring
wwirins peacock feathers feathers ware oce present presentand presentndJ
and ndJ a detachment of iuan uan Sm Shicrack ft6ent ft6entand Kal Kalcrack KA1s KA1scraek
crack troop acted cted as a guard td of honor honorThe MDornt honorrho
The nt negotiation of the ChlnoJapanese ChlnoJapanesetreuyy CblnoJap ChinoJapanesetretuy n66e n66etr
treuyy tr 1 makes it clear that Yuan Yu uEn ti Snl Kai Kaihas KalI
I has inherited Lt Hung Changs place as asthe astthe astthe
tthe the mainstay uf the throne as he nt nttepded tittepded attepded
tepded all the meetings of the commis commissioners cotnmllnonera colnmtsInoners ¬
sioners and led J ed in all the discussions discussionsnotwithstanding d dieuslonenotwlthetaam1in eusslQ1UI eusslQ1UInotwtth
notwtth notwithstanding tD lng the fact that the foreign forolsnoffice iorelbnottl foreignoffice
office ottl nominally conducted them themThe themThe themThe
The ceremonial observed by Baron Ko Komura 10mura 1omura ¬
mura muraraatly And hi hi1j retinue while In Peking Pe1dngrUy Pekingreatiy
raatly impressed the Chinese Baron BuronIOntUfa
Komura was accompanied by General GeneralKuku Gen GeneralIukusldma > ral ral1Iukuhlat
Kuku 1Iukuhlat Iilwa and H w Dnison and the thenesetiatora theneg theneltotletors
nesetiatora neg atonl never J ver moved l about without withouta
a large and imposing escort escortDONT eaeortDONT
4 4DONT
DONT USE POOR OIL OILFor OILFar OILFar
Far use u e an n sewing machines m chlnes bicycles bicyclesand ble3cl ble3cl1d bicycIeand
and all purpose requiring a tine tln lubri lubrioattt lubricant lubricant
cant the best is cheapest in tho end endGenuine andGenuine endGenuine
Genuine Singer oil can only onl be ob obtained obtalnid ohtamed ¬
tamed at Sirger stores Look for tl tlc thered < e erod
rod 1 S 43 South Main street Salt Lake Lakei LtaltOCIty LakeCtty
i ctty Utah UtahJENSEN ItaliC ItaliJENSEN
C III IIIJENSEN
JENSEN IN THE TOILS TOILSArrested TOI TOILSArrested S SArrested
Arrested the Second Time on the theCharge theCharge theCharge
Charge of Stealing Cash CashW CashC Cashw
W C Jensen bookkeeper at McCoys lcCOY I
lIvery tver stables who was arrested nrre ted on the theI
i cnarf claar charge of embezzling H esi > jO in election bev ootIn
left in his hi care but discharged by Judg Jud
C P Diehl on leek of uvideaoe videu e Ia te ugtSn 1Ju
Iu the e tails tuu Ho was urreaied yesterday yesterdaymorolng
morolng moti as antI the complaint charges him himwith buntcith
with Wt grand gr nd larceny lan DY It is said kl that more moreevidence ntfNtlvdesHe mereevldeimue
evidence hu 1iUl t boon b n scyj 8 secrod wod rod against Win WinI b htazPARSONS ll llARSONS
I PARSONS ARSONS BODY BODY WILL WILLBE WILLBEBROUGHT fILLBE
BE BEBROUGHT BROUGHT HOME HOMEMexico HOMEM
Mexico M Mxl eo City Doc Jl 2ITh The body of the theIat UeJate thelate
Iat late American consul general J 1 jj flue RUHsell fluesell
sell 11 Persons will be b taken keft on Thursday ThursdayaoeomyMtled Thursdayoeornsin1ed
aoeomyMtled a oeornsin1ed 1 d by b his family fa ly to the lhursdai United UnitedStates 1Jnittt 1JnitttStat tnttmttlStates
States Stat His relknv te1I coivntryinen here h r wli wliappropriata wflltke
tke ke appropriate action actionHQLIDAY IU actionHOLIDAYRATES tio tioHOLIDAY
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HOLIDAY HOLIDAYRATES HOLIDAYRATESS RATES RATESVjapregon RATESVIa
S VIa Vjapregon Qrcgon8hort Short Line Linelnd LIneTJo LineTi
TJo Ti et ts on te < en l l3Ji >
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tp ttry Y 4th th Ee e a4eap flyS J tttr rftriiior rftriiioratice1ati r rF4U
partlealafa F4U 11arl City Tiqket fflce = 201 201Main 20iMln 01 01Main
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TRADE lR DE WASHER WA8 EtR GOOD GOODMerchants do GOODMerchAnts D Derohntl
Merchants of4ercurEavc of4Iercur Hav ve1ioCause ve1ioCausefor Ho NoCauscfor Cause CausePersonal
for ComjJamtLoca1 and andPer anaPersonal
Personal Per onal Gossip GossipMercur GossipMercur GossipMercur
Mercur Oec cc 31 3The The merchants oJ oJMorcur ot1orcur o otiorcur
Morcur report that that the th holiday trade tills tillsyear tl thisyear s sCar
year Car vaa far Ar better b bctterthU tter thap th p Jt i hs h been n for forseveral forsevera1
5 several vCra1 years The volume of ofbusinesI ofbusinesIwas l business businesswas > usiness usinesswas
was greater and a bettor class olasso of articles articleswas arUcheswan I
was In demand demandThe demundThe demandThe >
The Consolidated Consol1d 1ted Mercur Is continuing cOlth ingo I IIts
Its campaign of improvements about 9 1 it th thmill the theviii < I
mill viii The contract contra t was recently recent let tp tpGeorge toeorge I IGeorge
George eorge Mullen for the painting of the theroof theroof I Iroot
roof of the leaching rooms roomsJohn roomsJohn I
John Jo n L Morris a retired l tlred merchant of ofButte of ofButte
Butte Mont Is II spending two weeks in inMercur inMereuI InMercur
I
Mercur visiting with his daughter Mrs MrsGeorge UrsGeorse frs frsGeorge
George W Luft Mrs ri Dick Smith of ofBingham ofBlnghaTI1 offllnghapt
Bingham another daughter of Mr MrM MOr MOrrl M Morrlmm r rriH
rl riH came into Mercur at the thosame same time timeand timeand I
and will remain until after Christmas ChristmasMiw ChristmasMiss
Miss Keltic eJ1le Clawstm one of the teach tcaclvers tca teacher h hars I
ers er of the Mercur public schools left leftyesterday leftesterday leftyesterday
yesterday for a few days visit with her hermother hermother hermother
mother in Ephraim Eph lm Utah after which she shewill i iwtll Iwill
will spend some time visiting isIUngwlth with her hersister her6ister hersister
sister Mr > H H McCorkle IfCorkletn hi Salt Lake LakeCity LakoCJt tatkoCity
City CJt Miss Jessie Bradshaw another anothertccher anothertikeltOr I
tccher ttkel1 r loft at the same time for her hrrhome htrhome herhorno
home In Willaville Cache valley va 118 where whereshe whlreshe whereslt
she slt will spend the Christmas holidays holidaysat I
at her home returning to Mercur l ur on onJan onI onJan onJan
Jan C GJehn CJohn v vJohn
John E Todd instructor In manual manualtraining manUaltraining man11altraining
training went to his is home at Payaon PayaonUtah Pay Payson1tah on onltah
Utah yesterday estordti for the Christmas holi holidays holidas holidays ¬
days daysAt dasAt daysAt
At a meeting of the Tooela county countya countytoaehorfl countytonehors
toaehorfl held In Tooele Ctt City last w wCek wCeka ek eka
a resolution wns unanimously passed passedmaking P passedmaking e 1 1mnkllg
making the meeting of the State Teach Teachers Iea Teachare h hera ¬
ers association to be held IH ld in Salt Lake LakeCity LukeClt LakeCity
City Clt Jan 2 to 5 inclusive the official officialinstitute oftieln1Instltuto offielalInstitntc
institute for Tooelerounty Tooele Count In accord accordance n accordanee cord cordnee ¬
ance nee with thIs resolution a full attend attendance attendance atteitdance ¬
ance of the th county teachers la expected expectedThe expoctedrhe expectedThe
The full corps of M Iercur rcur City teachers teacherawill teacl1erswIll teacherswill
will moot in Salt Lake City on Jan 3 1 and andmalco andmaleo andmalta
malta such arrangements as will enable enablethe Ct1flblthem onablethem
them to take back to their schoolrooms schoolroomsthe seitoorooinsthe
the best that is brought Irou lt out in the va various various a alIous ¬
rious department meetings meetingsA m etlnSS etlnSSD
A D Smith of the Mercur Coal com company companr cotnpan ¬
pany pan seems to have gotten otttn the coal situ situation flltuaU situation ¬
ation aU on well in hand hM d The shipments a1l > ments of ofcoal ofcoal
coal are now cowing omhu In quit regularly regularlyand r regularlyand larly larlyand
and all aliidemands demands soem to be supplied suppliedBernard slpplledBernard suppliedBernard
Bernard Jackson Jacksonone one of the oldhands oldhandsat old oldhandat hands handsot
at the Mercur mill was Wft compelled to torjuit toquit toquit
quit the town for good g od on account of 111 111health IIIhealth illhealth
health He goes to Bisbeo Ariz where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he hopes the lower altitude will benefit benefithis benefithl8 benefitlila
his health healthOlle hcallhOlle S
Olle Hanson Haps n has returned to Mercur Mercurfrom lUercurfrOrTi iercurfroni
from Kimberly where wh 18 he had been en em employed emp1uyed oreployed ¬
ployed for several s yerA1 months lie reports reportsthat reportsthat reportsthat
that he finds worse places to live than thanMereur thanMereur thanMercur
Mereur MereurSeveral MereurSeveral MercurSeveral
Several members of the Curtis Dra Dramatic Dramatic Drarustle ¬
matic company suffered suft red severely from fromthe fromthe fromtlts
the effects of 0 the zero zet zeroweather weather in tank making mnling tanklug ¬
ing a drive last Friday from Ophir to toMereur toMereur toMercur
Mereur MereurO
O Olsen the head hoa of tho foundry oundr of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Consolidated Mercur went to Provo Provotoday Provotbda Provotoday
today tbda to be with his family for Chriat ChriatMiss Clu1ldtmac Clitistman
mac manMiss
macMiss Miss Kate Caffey returned from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City last Friday where she has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been attending the University of Utah UtahShe UtahShe UtahShe
She will Ill spend her holiday week in Mer Mercur 11ercur Mercur ¬
cur with her father and mother motherThomafi motherThomas motherThomas
Thomas Jones and his daughter duu hter Miss MissLculse lisslculse MissLcuise
Lculse Jones went tnt to Provo yesterday yesterdayto esterdl1 esterdl1to
to snend Christmas with friends friendsWilliam fri friendsWilliam l1ds l1dsImam
William Imam Dunn the Mercur companys companyshead companysllead companyshead
head timborman was 011 the outgoing outgoingtrain outgolntrain outgoingtrain
train yesterday esterdCt bound for American AmericanFork AnlcrlcanFork AmericanFork
Fork where his family tamU resides residespBbyo residesPijOYO residesP
pBbyo P YO NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo Dec 24TMemorial services com commemorative comrnemorntho cornmemorativo ¬
memorative of the th 100th anniversary annhcr ary ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the birth of thfc Propliat Josenh Smith Smithwere Smithwere Smithwere
were held in the Tabernacle The speak speakers sneakers spakera ¬
ers were fe Miss lIssAlice Alice Boyholds and 110fof iro irofe 1rof
fe fof f > sor s > r Alfred lfred Osmund Appropriate AIproprlatefit vo vocal ¬
cal < selections were rendered by the choir choirTho c1folrTh choIrTha
Tho Th Seer was sung sun by Raymond H HClayton HClayton IIClayton
Clayton and Miss Florence Jepperpon Jepperponsang Jepperfonsal1 Jepperronsang
sang sal1 Xot Ashamed s aned of Jesus J < sus Senator SenatorSnjoot SenatorSnoot SenatorSntoot
Snoot was present and offered oter the invo invocation inoentlon invocation ¬
cation cationMisa entlonI1st cationMiss
Miss I1st Joale Anderson of Brgham Brg am City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and Frank Moody of Denver were mar married murrltd marnOd ¬
nOd yesterday at the rosidonce of Mr Mrand Mrftnd Mrand
and Mrs Its Milton Jonas Jon S Elder S S Jones Jonesofficiating Jonesoff1clatl Jonesofficiating
officiating off1clatl 1g Mr 11 and Mrs 118 Moody loodr will re reside reit1e reside ¬
side in Salt Lake LakeThe Lakfhe LakeThe
The funeral fun rnl services servIa8sQver over the remains remainsof re1Vfluof
of T H Beck B k jr held hedln in tho First ward wardmeeting wur wurm6f3t1n wardneetlng
m6f3t1n meeting house today were attended by bymany byman bymany
many man relatives and friends The speak speakers spea speaers speakera ¬
ers wore Professor J R Hickman and andProfessor nndProfessor andProfessor
Professor W V S Rawlins Beautiful vo vocal vocci 0 0cft1 ¬
cal selections wera era rendered b by the ward wardchoir wardchoIr wardchoir
choir S
Double Track TrackThe TrackThe
The Chicago ChI ago 8 Northwestern is the theonly theonly
only line double tracked Missouri river riverto rhcrto riverto
to Chicago and maintains the fastest fastestservice fastestservice astetservice
service between Omaha and the city cityat cityat Cityat
at the head of the lakes lakesIn lakesIn lakesIn
In connection with 1tb the Union Pacific Pacificthree Pacificthree PacIficthree
three daily trains run through solid to toChicago toChicago toChicago
Chicago For information consult C A AWalker AWaUter AWalker
Walker general gQnera11gElnt ugent 38 Wost 2d d So Sostreet Sostreet 5ostreet
street Salt Lake City CityBATES Cityr CityBAT8
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BATES FOR MEXICO MEXICOMexico MJXICO1trexlco MEXICO1e
Mexico 1e ico City Dec 24For the first time timeIn tlmotn timein
In the history of Mexican railways Mex Mexico McxIco Mexico ¬
ico has been given a schedule sfpassen sfpassenger
ger J r rates from points in Canada and the theUnited tho1nlt theUnited
United 1nlt States that mV IU > on a par with the therates therntei therates
rates offered to California and other Pa Pacific Paoflc Pacific ¬
cific coast points It is believed that this thischange thlachange thiscbange
change will m bring brln btingmuih much tourist tourJ t travel to tothis tothls tothIs
this country connt which hlob now goes to Call California Calltornia Callforum ¬
forum
I GO ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo
To photograph anything Harry Ship Shipler Sbipler Shipler
ler Commercial Photographer Photo rapho1 151 So SoMain Sonln SoMain
Main nln Phones Bell 2S2oKInd1174 2S2oKInd1174KILLED 2S2 2S2KInci l Ind1174 114 114KILLED
8 8KILLED
KILLED ON A CROSSING CROSSINGAlma CROSSINGAlma CROSSINGAlma
Alma Kan ap Dec 24 tChrlli Chris AndersonhH Anderson
hH hi son Morton and his motlurlnlaw motlurlnlawMrs lnothtrIrrtnwIfrs rnotlurlplaMrs
Mrs L J Woodward jf r f Alta Vista Y ta Kari Kanwere Katiwere
were kilted < d h httr r today todll while crossing toe tnerailway tacrailway toeraIlway
railway tracks their carriage being strucK strucicand slfUClcand strucKand
and demolished demoll ll d by y an fl engine Mra > Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward was the wife of e errebate > Probate Pto ate Judge JudgeWoodward JudgeWoodward
Woodward woo rird of this city ltY
THE THEPLAYERAS THEPLAYERASAB1JSINESS PLAYER AS AS ASA j jA
A BUSINESS BUSINESSMAN BUSINESSMANI MAN MANActors MANActors
I
Actors Aot rs and school tea teachti chare 4 it has hasi basbeen hasbeen
i been agreed HTQ re the easiest ens lost of of1l mf al alj per persons parsons persons ¬
sons to toJn Inveigle efgle into investments wye wyethe ffllsthe ruyethe
the Chicago Inter Ocean Oc an They TheyafQ are tho thoJdeal thoideal theideal
ideal comeons of ovhom whom the confi confidence contidence conddeuce ¬
dence men dream But they ard ar some someof someof omcot
of them at least as shrewd and sue successful sueceasful uc uccessful ¬
cessful as they are anxious to turn turnthe turnthor turnthor
the thor r savings to account accountFor accountFor accountFor
For instance Instnn e the IateS61 late lat S SOi 1 BtnitU inilh Rus Rusj ltussell Russell
j sell left an unconfhionly lare fortune fortuneI tortunefor forthnefor
I for an actor actorahdotmadeit ahdniade it through hin hinI bi bifarseeing biimarseoing
I farseeing InvesirirejUs inv tnents In real estate in inwestern inwestern Inwestern
western cities that liked him best bestWhen bestWhen I IWhen
When ho began to t make l take his puretiases puretiaseshis purc1 purchhseshis ks6s ks6shis
his capital was email As blsearninss blsQttr bIaearinisIncreased h1 S I Iincreased I Iincreased
increased he hewqs Tvas s ablcrro ublc to plungo and andeventually I Iecntuall Ieventually
eventually ecntuall bpught b ht enough cno sh land to make makehim n1akchim makehim
him about fche wealthiestinemljep of11thCt inemb pf pfthe Qtthe f fthe
the profession when the real estate be Wegan begnn begun
gun to rlsevfn value valueSherlock valueSherlock alueSherlock
Sherlock Holmes Gillette islargely islargelyinterc Is s largely largely10C6BB largelyInterested
interc Interested ted in a company which ijt sJiccOBB sJiccOBBfully 10C6BB 10C6BBfully cess
fully exploits a headache h ad cb powdSp powdSpThomas powdeThomas posddrThont
Thomas Thont s Wise grows fine poultry at athis athlq athis
his farm ann up upon on thcHtrlem the theUflTlerIvroaltiITld theUflTlerIvroaltiITldtakes HarlenvroaTa TOInt and rodtakeR andtakes
> takes blue ribbons avory year at t the thepoultry thepoultry
poultry shows His poultry soils at athigh athIgh atlilgit
high prices Mr wise 1st Is thus ona on of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the actors who can c n testify that farm farmnt
nt n does net always fjha s mean financial nancla110ss loss lossto lossto
to an actor actorJames actoJames actorJames
James Stoddard had a less successful successfulexperience succeSSfulexperlencc succes1u1experIence
experience when he tried a fruit farm farmout farmout
out near Rahway Rahwa N J Daniel Band Bandmann Bandmal1l1 Bandmann I
mann invested his earnings In north northwee northwestern northwestern
wee western tern ranching lnn mng property so judicious judiciously judiCiOusI
ly that he has been able to give up the theprofession theprofessIon i iprofosdoll
profession altogether and live at ease easeHarmon easeHarmon
Harmon J Wolfe 1olt who is a man of ofuncommonly ofun11omnmonly 1
uncommonly fine physique ph sique used to suf suffer lJUtfer uf uffor ¬
fer from rheumatism but was finally finallycured finallycured finallycured
cured by b a remedy he accidentally
learned of He then bought the therighl therighlto right rightto
to the medicine and has since man managed manqged managed
aged to sell it very eo profitably through throughout throughoutthe ¬
out outthe the country countryElsie countryElsIe v vElsie
Elsie do Wolfe is now a decorator is flSel1 aswell iswell
well el1 as an actress with some large or orders oraers orhers ¬
hers on her hands She Sh is in intact fact go going o oinS golug ¬
inS to do the new home h ine of the Wo Womens Womens Wemens ¬
mens Athletic club In Madison avenue avenueJCqw 8C1U 8C1UN avepueew
JCqw N ew V York called the Colony club and andwill andwill
will 111 provide every oer feature of the in internal int Inthlnrtl ¬
ternal t adornment from the curtains curtainsdown cutalnsd9u eprtalnsd9tvit
down d9u to t the sugar su ar tongs Sho St16 has long longbeen tongbeen longbeen
been in this kind of work in addlton addltonto
to acting and has bought and sold fur turnlturft furn1tur furalLure
alLure and decorations for some years yearsAnnie years yearsnnie yearsAnnie
Annie nnie Irish 11i h is another aetresg who whodoes whod whodoes
does d es not believe in keeping all her eggs eggsin eggsin eggsIn
in one basket She opened ope d a lodging lodginghouse lodgInghouse Iodglngitouse
house for the members oi of her profes profession piotpsion piotssalon ¬
ion several sccralycnrs years ago and conducts it itsuccessfully itEuceeHsfulJ Itueeessfuhly
successfully successfullySallle EuceeHsfulJSa1lle ueeessfuhlySaUIe
Sallle sster s tcr of Fritz Williams has hasfor hnstor hasfor
for the last five years onrs had a hat shop shopMay sholMay shopMay
May Irwin Jr in increased her earnings earningsgreatly cnrnlngsgItal1 earningsgreatly
greatly through her h r judicious invest investments Imestments investinents ¬
ments in n real estate In New York Dur During During Dutlug ¬
ing her two years of retirement she shewas showas shewas
was able to live very ver comfortably on onher onher onher
her income from fromthc the rents of these theseproperties theseproperties theseproperties
properties propertiesEstells propertiesEstelle propertiesEstello
Estells Clayton has kept a prosper prosperous prosperous prosperous ¬
ous boarding house for several years yearspast yearspast yearsiast
past and Mity Sylvie who ho was for Ot so soJong soJot1g solong
long popular at Dalys managed a anumber nonUmber anumber
number of small restaurants with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great success after she decided to quit quitactng quittng quItctng
actng tng and invest 1m cst her earnings in bus business busll1ess busiteAs ¬
ness nessArthur l1essArthur iteAsArthur
Arthur Forrest is the lessee of a anumber unumbel anumber
number of fiats on the upper Vest WestSJde Vestde Vestaide
aide de which ho has furnished and rents rentsat rentsat rentsat
at an advance sufficient to yield leld him him a agood agood agood
good Income IncomeGeorge IncomeGeorge incomeGeorge
George Clark was as the manager of f a ablock ablock ablock
block of fiats In Harlem H rJem all tho time timeh
h was acting at Dalys and he has hascombined biascpmbinqd
combined real r l estate ep nd d the drama for foryears fOlj foryears I
years j CS Jofejjh Jo ebh Wheel 1V WJee1Och telock ocK used to make rriakeasmuch makea5 niakoasmiich
asmuch a5 much money out of the cottages > he herented herented I Ir
rented r nted at Navesltxk > Beach 13e etch ch as he over overdid yer v > r rdid I Itilt
did out of his professional labors In the thewinter thewinter
winter winterOnce winterOnce winterOnce I
Once when en Eddie ddle Fay decided to toclamber toclamber
clamber onto the water wagon hehad hehadan 1
an opportunity to b boom om a western min mineral minI ¬
I eral water He took t o1t the th job j h and re reieied reCeicd receied
ieied a regular r > lt salary for it itAgnes it itAgnes L LAgnes
Agnes Booth managed a hotol hot 1 at atManchesterbytheSentfor atTiIanChesterbytbeS atManchesterbytheSeaa4or
ManchesterbytheSentfor 1 tor yeararijand yeararijandearned Yea yearsndis
is still the proprlelOl1JQt it It Sh ShmIas ShmIasearned lnd lndis l1at l1atearnod
earned a fortune out outof of it It Ciwles CiwlesRoss Cl CIrtIIes5rtoes les lesOfS
Ross OfS and his wife Mabel Fantgn Fantgnstruck F6n Fontn Fontnstruck
struck a posperous business when Ujeyopened they theyopened theyopened
opened their restaurant down on onhe theJersoy the theJersey
Jersey Jersoycoast JersoycoastEugene coast coastEugene coastEugene I
Eugene ORourke is another actor actorcourageous I Icourageous ICOUrageOUS
courageous courageous enough to make the same sameexperiment snmeexperiment sameexperiment
experiment in New few eV York He is build building budIng buildlug ¬
ing a restauran restaurant In i1 West W st Fortyfourth Fortyfourthstreet Fortyfourthstreet h j
street > and will open it 1 as a chop house houseand houseand
and cafe cafeBoth cafeBoth cafeBoth
Both George Fortescu F Fot t SCU and AmIa AmIaSummerVlllevWhdreduced Am Amt1laSuntuerVillA Jta JtaSummervl11e
SummerVlllevWhdreduced Summervl11e Wl10 r reduced duced themselves themselveswhen themselveswhen f fwhen
when they got too fat have since made mademoney mademoney mademoney
money by selling the formula and the themedicine tiltmodlcine themedicine
medicine that did the trickj trick or that thatthey thattliey
they said pld ld the trick trickAmong trIckAmon trickAmong I
Among Amon the singers there is the same samebusiness samebusiness samebusiness
business shrewdness Mme Semhrich Semhrichruns Sembrlotruns Sembrleliruns
runs the best known att printing prlntiz1gfac prlntiz1gfactory fac factory ractory ¬
tory In Germany and many of the thomost themost I
most beautiful postal cards that come cometo cOmeto I
to this country are from her factory factoryJean factoryJean factoryS
S Jean Lasallo made ma e a small fortune fortuneot fortuneot1t 1 1Ott
ot Ott t of his cement factory in ParU ParUThomas Par ParieThomas I II
Thomas Sallgnac has a vineyard in insouthern Inouthprn insouthern
southern France and turns out a nfl vinordinaire nflordlnaire in inordlnalre
I ordinaire for which there is a large de demand demand dothand ¬
mand among his colleagues colleaguesAloys collcngueAloys colleaguesAloys
Aloys Burgstaller has a dairy d I in the theBavarian theBavarian theBavarian
Bavarian Tyrol and makes butter and andcheeso andcheeso andcheese
cheeso for the Munich markets marketsRaymond marItetRnnnond marketsRaymond
Raymond Hitchcock owns 0119 an in inJJl3st inJJl3stin < rst rstin
in a cigarette factory facto1 and Charles CharlesStevenson ChnllasSteonson ChailosStevonson
Stevenson can at any l1 time leave acting actingif
if he wants to since ho o earns a com comfortable comfort1b1e cornfortithbe ¬
fortable income through controlling the thesales thesates thesales
sales In the United States of a cerfiMn cerfiMnbrand cerfit1nbnmd cerfitinbrand
brand of champagne champagnes c champagneJanieson ampa11c ampa11cJameson
Jameson Lee FInnes is ls1 s o silent part partned partnod partned
ned In aFifth 3 Fifth avenue tailoring estab f1stJbrQhment esthbFhrnent estabI
I rQhment hment that has a very select clientele clienteleand cl1enteleand clienteleand
and a schedule of prices pric s that soars be beyond beyond beyond
yond the menns of most purchasers purchasersGeorge purchasersOeo11 purchaserGeorge
George C Boniface Who Is acting in
The Prodigal Son and his wife are arethe aretbe arcthe
the two principal stockholders in a acompany aQQmplll1 aapmpany
company that sells eIls an invention of Mrs MrsBonifaces iUrsBonlfaces MrsBonlfaces
Bonlfaces It is Intended to keep fresh freshand treehlind frchand
and cool milk for babies and Is espe especially e8pecal1y espeaaliy ¬
cially useful usetulln in In traveling It has sold soldVery soldVeo solOVery
Very largely and yields a comfortableIncome comfortableinconiA comfortable omtortn1leIncon1
Income to the owners ownersIF ownerIF
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IF TRAVELING IN JAPAN JAPANOr
Or any civilized country you can pro procure prOcur procure ¬
cur cure cure Laxative Bromo Quinine from rain any anyuggist n ntlgglst
5 uggist All nations use it it E EGROY W WGROVES WGROylIS
GROVES GROY GROylIS S signature s natu 6n box boxSHAFT
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SHAFT SH FT8UILDIN BUILDING tJlLDlN G BURNED BURNEDBgrtng BURNEDBgring I
Bgrtng Valley Yall Ills Dec 31 21Tl1e The shalt shaltba shaftb5ldngot shaltbmtdjngof
ba b5ldngot < tolngof the Marquette Third Vein Coal Coalcompany CoalComWlllY Coalcomnauy
company threamilestcom thre mlleLrnm here was 83 de destroyed7 destaycd dostroyedby ¬
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