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THE Ti SALT LAKE Lt E HERALD SATURDAY HA TlR DAY JANUARY 20 1906 J
TAKE CONGRESS CDNGRESSBY
BY THE THROAT THROATHow
How Heads of Departments Have HaveHeretofore HaveHeretofore EaveHeretofore
Heretofore Obtained What WhatMoney WhatJdoney WhatNoney
Money They Wanted WantedHALT WantedHALT WantedHALT
HALT ABOUT TO BE CALLED CALLEDCRITICISM CALLEDCRIT1 CALLEDCRLTICISM
CRITICISM CRIT1 lSM OF WORK ON PANAMA PANAMACANAL PANAMACANAL PANAMACANAL
CANAL CANALWashington CANALWashington CANALWashington
Washington Jan 19 Consideration 19CoIl 19ConiideratIonof Considerationof idaration idarationot
of the Urgent deficiency appropriation appropriationbill
bill was begun today by the house in incommittee incommittee Incommittee
committee of the whole with Mr Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
man ofNew York in the chair chairMr chairMr chairMr
Mr Littaucr of New York explained explainedthe
the items In the bill which aggregate aggregateU52i5503 aggregate152155O3
15215503 including 5340786 for the thePanama thePananw thePanama
Panama canal canalCoercive canalOoercIve canaLCoercive
Coercive appropriations by the ex executive executive executive ¬
ecutive departments of the government governmentwas
was made the stabject of criticism by b bMr
Mr LIttauer He H said the practice had hadbecome hadbecome hadbecome
become well established by y long usage usagewhen usagewhen
when the head ht > ad of a a department arbi arbitrarily arbitjarlly ¬ I
trarily forced congress to meet his de demands demands dernands ¬
mands for money mone The most common commonmethod commonmethod commonmethod
method of accomplishing this was to touse touse toUse
use up any particular appropriation In Inless inlesa Inthan
less than the year for which It was Wft in intended intended intended ¬
tended to t cover and then demanding of ofcongress otrongress ofcongress
congress a deficiency detlcl ncy appropriation appropriationEfforts appropriatlonEfforts appropriationEfforts
Efforts to Stop PracticeThe Practice PracticeThe PracticeThe
The effort to remedy this by the last lastcongress lastcongress lastcongress
congress had been only partially 1 > suc successful successful suecessfu ¬
cessful and the pending bill he said saidwent saidnt saidsent
went nt a step farther fartherMr fartherMr fartherMr
Mr Llttauer cited this provision in inthe inthe inthe
the pending bill To reimburse the ap appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
propriation miscellaneous expendi expenditures expenditures expenditures ¬
tures of the department of justice for forthe forthe forthe
the fiscal year 1906 the amount expend expended ¬
ed for a portrait of former Attorney
General p C Knox 2615 2615Who Cns CnsWho G15Who
Who ordered that nicture de demanded demanded denianded ¬
manded Mr Gaines of Tennessee TennesseeMr
Mr Littauer remarked that he un understood understood understood ¬
derstood William H Moody 1Ioo < h the pres present present present ¬
ent attorney general generalWill generalWill eneral eneralWill
Will No Longer Prevail PrevailMr PrevailMr PrevailMr
Mr Adams asked if it hd not been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the custom for the portraits of retiring retiringcabinet retiringcabinet retiringcabinet
cabinet officers t be i Dlnted > ainted at t gOY government gOYtrnment goyernment ¬
ernment expense exvenseamt aptf hung in the of offices of11es offlees ¬
flees of the department departmentThe
The reply rep was that this had been the thecustom theCustom thecustom
custom but if the provision in the thepending thepending thepending
pending bill were adopted it would not nothereafter nothereafter nothereafter
hereafter be > the custom customThis customThis customThis
This provision makes it unlawful for fora
a department head to ask ac an emergency emergencyappropriation emergen7approprlaHon emrgencyapproprIajon
appropriation untej uni une be can show that thatsomething thatsomething thatsomething
something unusual unusual has occurred curred since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the apportionment apprt ohmfof1t of the appropriation appropriationto
to 0 make iJie eme g geney < ency absolutely nec nectssary necfSsary necsnary
tssary tssaryMr fSsaryMr snaryMr
Mr Brundfrte Brund of f Arkansas favored favoredthis favoredthis favoredthis
this provision pr iiiion axu an4 favored reducing reducingThe
The exrvensis e 5 of f collecting c3U ting the revenues revenuesof 1eYenU 5 5f
of f the government go romI t He stirred up con considerable considerable conlderabe ¬ I
siderable coy l rion ltn on the Democratic DemocraticMde emratlcidf
Mde idf > bv b r t t teverwl ports po s of entry I
CONFERENCE DID NOT MEET MBMohammedan MEETMohammedan MEETMohammedan
Mohammedan Sunday Sund y Is Ob Observed Observed Observed ¬
served at Algeeiras Spain SpainThe SpainThe SpainThe
The Jewish Question QuestionAlgeciras QuestionAIgec1ras Question1Algeciras
Algeciras Spain Jan 13 19This This being the theMohammedan theMohammedan theMohammedan
Mohammedan Sundaythere Sunday there will be no nosession no nosession nosession
session of the international conference on onMoroccan onMoroccan OnMoroccan
Moroccan reforms through deference for
the Moorish delegates A Moorish villa
served temporarily as a mosque where
the Moors redoubled their religious fer fervor fervor ¬
vor In praying for the preservation of
their country countryIn
In the meantime the exchange of f viewsJ vIews
between the delegates del gates of the powers have j
brought an agreement not to consider considerquestions considerquostfons considerquestions
questions outside of the prearranged prearrangedrftflCOGerman
FrancoGerman programme One result resultof resultof resultof
of this Is to exclude the religious sub
jects which the Vatican is said to desire desireto desireto
to Introduce through Austria However Howeverone Howeverone Howeverone
one of the ambassadors says that the theJewish theJewish theJewish
Jewish question can come up not as a areligious ar areligious
religious r 1ig1ous issue but as an Incident to the theprotection theprotection theprotect1o
protection of the subjects of the sul sultan sultan sultan ¬
tan tanMohammed
Mohammed El Torres head of the Mo Moroccan Moroccan Io Ioroccan ¬
roccan mission has informed the dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates that the sultan Is prepared to abol abolish abolish abelIsh ¬
ish the harsh laws requiring Jews to toprostrate toprostrate toprostrate
prostrate themselves before the mosques mosquesand mosquesand mosquesand
and other humiliating practices but the thedelegates thedelegates thedelegates
delegates doubt the wisdom of their abo abolition abolition abolIt1on ¬
lition as Mohammed El Torres and thg th thforeign
foreign ministers residing in Morocco say saythat saythat saythat
that the nonperformance of this tradi traditional tradJtlonal traditional ¬
tional obeisance by the Jews would ex excite excite e ecite ¬
cite an antiJewish outbreak outbreakIt
It Is expected that the American dele delegates delegates delegates
gates will strongly favor amelioration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the condition of the Jews JewsSEATTLE JewsSEATTLE JewsS JewsSEATTLE
S
SEATTLE JEWELER JEWELERDUPED JEWELERDUPED JEWELERDUPED
DUPED BY A WOMAN WOMANSeattle WOMANSeattle
Seattle Jan 19 19Percy Percy Davis a jeweler jewelerof
of this city was the victim of a clever cleverwoman cleverwomlUl cleverwoman
woman thief who yesterday stole a 4300 4300diamond 300 300diamond 300diamond
diamond ring from him The woman en entered entered entered ¬
tered the store at 930 in the morning say
lag she wanted 3000 worth of diamonds diamondsto
to take to Germany with her as gifts giftsfor giftsfor giftsfor
for her relatives The woman had the thering thering
ring r ng set aside with other pieces of jew jewelry jewelrf ¬
elry and went out and returned later laterShe laterShe laterShe
She however left without taking the thejewelry thejewo1r1r thejewelry
jewelry and tile jeweler then discovered discoveredthat discoeredthat discoveredthat
that the 9GQ 00 ring wa missing missingPTOMAINE missingPTOMAINE missingPTOMAINE
PTOMAINE POISONING POISONINGCanyon POISONINGCan POISONINGCanyon
+ Canyon Can on City Cit Colo Jan19 Jan 19James 19Jamesf James + f
4 H Peabody Peabod former governor of ofColorado + f
f 4 Colorado and his wife son and anddaughter +
4 4 daughter who became suddenly suddenhsick suddenlysick + f
4 + sick after breakfast yesterday have haveentirely haveentirely +
4 + entirely recovered Their illness is isf isattributed isattributed +
+ f attributed to ptomaine poisoning poIsoningt 4 4where +
41 t + + 4 4where + + + + + + +
where l here no collections were made from fromone fromone fromone
one years end to another anotherSlow anotherSlow anotherSlow
Slow Canal Work WorkMr WorkMr
Mr 11 Bruiidigee criticised the slowness slownessof
of the Panama canal construction constructionWith constructionWith constructionWith
With the he expenditure of 26000000 26000000which 26000000which 26000000which
which he said would be the amount amountused amountused amountused
used when the appropriation carried by bythe bythe bythe
the billhad bill had been used it would only onlythen onlythen onlythen
then have been determined what char character charaeter character ¬
acter of canal caru should be built builtMr builtlr builtlr
Mr lr Livingston of Georgia the senior seniorminority seniormlnorit seniorminority
minority member of the appropriation appropriationcommittee approprlatloncommltt appropriationcommittee
committee said the departments were werenot werenot werenot
not alone to blame for sending in de deficiencies deftciencles deilciencles ¬
ficiencies Th short session of congress congressevery congresseyery congressevery
every other year ear he said was a cause causeof causeof
of hurry on the part of the committees committeesof s sof
of congress and In both houses and re resulted resulted yesuIted ¬
sulted in much unsatisfactory work workAfter workAfter workAfter
After some further debate the house houseat
at 515 oclock adjourned until tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row
OA DAY Y Of MOURNING MOURNINGIN
IN A GREAT CITY CITYStores
Stores of f Chicago ChicagoClosed Closed While W e the thePuneral theFuneral theFuneral
Funeral of Marshall Field ReidWas FieldWas FieldWas
Was in Progress ProgressSERVICES ProgressSERVICES PiogressSERVICES
SERVICES WERE PRIVATE PRIVATEINTERMENT PRIVATEINTERMENT PRIVATEINTERMENT
INTERMENT IN FAMILY LOT ATGRACELAN AT ATGRACELAND ATGRACELAN
GRACELAN GRACELANDChicago D DChicago DChicago
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Chicago Jan 19 19Funeral Funeral services ior iorMarshall 10rMarshall iorMarshall
Marshall Field were held today at his hisrlate hislate hislate
late home 1905 Prairie avenue and the theFirst theFIrst theFirst
First Presbyterian church The services servicesat
at the home were held at 11 oclock and andwere andwere andwere
were characterized by simplicity and andi andbrevity andbrevity
i brevity and none but those Immediately Immediatelyconnected immediatelycOlmected Immediatelyconnected
connected with the family and household householdwas
was in attendance The service at the thechurch thec1urch thechurch
church was an hour later and was at attended attended attended ¬
tended by many of the friends of Mr MrField MrFIeld MrField
Field This service too was private and andadmission andadmission andadmission
admission to the church was gained only
by card In the afternoon a memorial memorialservice memorialsetIce memorialservice
service was held In the Auditorium Auditoriumwhifch AudItoriumwhibh Auditoriumwhlbh
whifch was packed to the doors by the theemployes theenployes theeznpoyes
employes of Marshall Field Co Rev RevJohn RevJohn RevJohn
John A Morrison pastor of the First FirstPresbyterian FIrstPresbyterian FirstPresbyterian
Presbyterian church officiated at all allthree aUthree allthree
three services servicesBurled servIcesBurled servicesBuried
Burled In Family Lot LotThe LotThe LotThe
The body of Mr Field was placed in a astone astone astone
stone vault in the family lot at Grace Graceland Graceland Graceland
land landThe landThe landThe
The services at the church consisted consistedof
of prayer by Dr Morrison JUorrisonthe the reading readingof
of a portion of the scriptures and the therendition thercndition thercrditlon
rendition of two hymns Lead Kindly
Light and I Am Nearer Home HomeAt HomeAt HomeAt
At the conclusion of the benediction
Mr Morrison aaked that the congrega ¬
tion remain standing In their pews while
the casket was borne from the church
It was taken to the hearse preceded by
Dr Morrison while the organ played
Handels Death March From Saul SaulAt SaulAt
At the cemetery only the pallbearers pallbearersand
and members of the family were were present
The management of the cemetery in or ¬
der to avoid the crowding of the thegrounds thegrcunds thegrcunds
grcunds had given notice that during
the afternoon no one would be permitted
to enter the grounds with the exception exceptionof
of the members of the funeral parties partiesWhole partiesWhole partiesWhole
Whole City in Mourning MourningNever MourningNever MourningNever
Never before In the history of Chicago Chicagohas Chicagohas Chicagoha5
has such respect been presented to the thememory thewemory thememory
memory of a private citizen as was wasshown wasshown wasshown
shown today to that of Mr Field Dur During During Durlug ¬
ing the hours of the funeral services at atthe atthe atthe
the house and the church all of the large largeretII largeretU largeretail
retail establishment on State street were wereclosed wereclosed wereclosed
closed the 1000 enterprises operated by
the members of the Chicago Commercial Commercialclub Commercialclub Commercialclub
club and situated in all parts of the thecity thecity thecity
city were cl9sed closed The board of trade
held but a brief session and upon every everyclub everyclub everyclub
club house and prominent office build ¬
ing in the business bu iness section of the city c1t
flags were displayed at half mast mastA mastA mastA
A number of mass meetings were held
by various organizations during the day dayand dayand dayand
and resolutions eulogizing Mr Field were wereadopted wereadopted wereadopted
adopted adoptedTO adoptedTO
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finest selection in the west Best pick picking picking picking ¬
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KEEP CO COMMSSION MISSION REPORT REPORTSecretary REPORTSecretary
Secretary Wilson Inclined I toj to toSay toSay
Say Little but Has His HisOwn HisOwnIdeas Hi Own OwnIdeas OwnIdeas
Ideas on onthe the he Subject SubjectWashington SubjectWashIngton Subject1Washington
Washington Jan 19 19Secretary Secretary Wilson Wilsonof
of the t e department o of agriculture was not
disposed to make any statement regard ¬
ing the report of the Keep commission commissionwhen commissionwhen comlaisslonwhen
when asked for his opinion of it today
In reply to questions however the sec ¬
retary said that the fullest opportunity
had been given the commission to inves ¬
tigate the methods of the crop estimat ¬
ing board in preparing their estimates
As to the recommendations of the com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission looking to an improvement In the thework thework thework
work of the statistical bureau Secretary
Wison declared that many of the changes changessuggested changessuggested changessuggested
suggested actually had been made in the
department and were now and had been
for a long time in force He declared
that the Increased sphere of usefulness of
the state agents was no new Idea as it
had originated in his department and he heneeded heneeded lieneeded
needed only the necessary additional ap ¬
propriation pro > riatlon to put It into effect The pro proposition proposition proposition ¬
position however to do d away with the
85000 agents and correspondents he said saidwas saidwas saidwas
was radical and one which needed careful carefulconsideration carefulconsideratIon carefulconsideration
consideration considerationMost consideratIonMost considerationMost
Most of the reforms reported by the thecommission thecommissIon thecommission
commission Secretary Wilson said being
matters of law would require action by bycongress brcongress bycongress
congress before they could become ef ¬
fective fectiveThree fectiveCHAUNCEY fectiveCHAUCEY
s
CHAUNCEY DEPE DPEI J IS SICK SICKThree SICkThree
Three Physicians PhysiciansCalled Called Into IntoConsultation IntoConsultationAll IntoConsultationAll
Consultation ConsultationAll All Engage Engagements Engage11lents Engagements ¬
ments Canceled CanceledNew
New York Jan 19 19Senator Senator Chauncey ChaunceyM
M Depew whose health is said to be boimpaired beimpaired beimpaired
impaired was in consultation today with withseveral withseveral withseveral
several physicians and and It was announced announcedthat annouucedthat announcedthat
that he had canceled all his social en onga1ements engagements engagements ¬
gagements gagementsChauncey ga1ementsChauncey gagementsChauncey
Chauncey II Dapew jr speaking to ¬
day of his fathers condition said
My fathers healthhas health has given way and andIt andIt andIt
It has been found necessary n cessary to have two twoor twoor twoor
or three physicians to see him He will willnot willnot willnot
not be able to accept any more dinner
invitations and all his engagements have
been canceled canceledINFORMATION canceledINFORMATION
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INFORMATION WILL WILLBE WILLBE WILLBE
BE SENT TO SENATE SENATEWashington SENATEWashington SENATEWashington
Washington Jan 19 19The The Post tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row will say Senator Culbertsons reso ¬
lution calling upon the war department
to inform the senate what members of
the civil and military in the Philippines
have become financially fInancial interested in
land and other valuable property in the
Philippines probably will be responded to towithin towithin towithin
within a few days daysSecretary daysSecretary daysSecretary
Secretary Taft has cabled to the acting
governor of the Philippines Judge Ide
to ascertain everything available on the thesubject thesUbject thesubject
subject and report the result of his In Inquiry inquir inquiry ¬
quiry as soon as practicable practic ble It was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated at the war department yesterday
that some answer was expected from
Judge Ide today todayASSOCIATED tOOa todayASSOCIATED
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ASSOCIATED PRESS PRESSWAS PR ESS ESSWAS
WAS MISINFORMED MI INFORI1ED I
New York Jan 19 19The The correspondent correspondentof
of the Associated Press at St Petersburg
having been queried concerning the re ¬
ported arrest of William English Wall ¬
ing in that city for revolutionary revolutIonar activ ¬
ity It telegraphed today toda r that Mr Walling
has not been arrested and that the re report report report ¬
port to that effect is without foundation
The Associated Press received the thestatcement th thstatcement thestatcement
statcement that Mr Walling had been beenarieEted beenarIeEted beenarietted
arieEted from Abraham Cahan editor of
the th Jewish Daily Forward yesterday
and accepted It as correct correctBODIES correcta correctBODI correctBODIES
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BODIES BODI ES RECOVERED RECOVEREDCharleston RECOVEREDCharleston RECOVEREDCharleston
Charleston W Va Jan 19 19AU All of the theeighteen theeighteen theeighteen
eighteen bodies have been recovered from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Detroit mines on Paint creek the thescene thescene thescene
scene of the dust explosion e plo ion yesterday
The men except one were found at their theirplaces theirpiaces theirplaces
places of work showing that the explo explosion explosion expioslon
sion came without warning The condi condition condItion condition ¬
tion of the bodies shows that death came cameto cameto cameto
to most of them from suffocation Seven Sevenwere Sevenwere Sevenwere
were married and leave families familiesA
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Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud Protruding Protrudlng Protruding ¬
ing Piles Your druggist will refund refundj refundmO1ey refundmoney
j money if PAZO P AZO OINTMENT fails to tocure tccure t tcure
cure you in six to fourteen days 50c 50cVANISHED 50cVANISHED 50cVANISHED
VANISHED SHIPS SHIPSVessels SHIPSVessels SHIPSVessels
Vessels That Have Disappeared and andLeft andLeft andLeft
Left No Trace TraceThere TraceThere
There 1 here are few things which are so full fullof funot fullof
of mystery or which make such a power powerful powerful powerful ¬
ful appeal to the imagination says the theNew th thNew theNew
New xork ork Herald as the stories of ships shipsthat shipsthat shipsthat
that sail gallantly out to sea and of Which vyhichnothing Whichnothing yhic1inothing
nothing is ever heard or seen after the themasts themasts themasts
masts have dipped below the horizon At Atpresent Atpresent Atpresent
present the papers are full of the records recordsof r cords cordsof
of these marine tragedies Today it is the theClaverdale theClaverdale theClaverdale
Claverdale which left Hongkong for Vla Vladivostok Vladivostok Viadivostok ¬
divostok and of which no trace has been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found yesterday it was the Royalist R6yalistwhich R Royalistwhich yalist yalistwhich
which cleared from Singapore to JELong JELongkong nongkong flongkong
kong and never reached her destination destinationthe
the day beforelt before it was the Idum from Nor Norway Norway Norway ¬
way which vanished from human view viewand viewand viewand
and so on through the long list of shipsthat ships shipsthatr shipsthar
that have sailed and disappeared disappearedWhat disappearedVhat disappearedWhat
What are the secrets of these myste mysterious msterious mysterious ¬
rious vanishings of stately ships with withtheir withtheIr withtheir
their crews and cargoes In nineteen nineteencases nineteenCMes nineteencases
cases out of twenty tne secrets lie with witnthe withthe withthe
the ships many m8n r fathoms deep and will willperhaps wilJperhaps willPerhaIs
perhaps never leap to light To this day dayno dayn
no n one knows what became of the City of ofGlasgow ofGlasgow ofGlasgow
Glasgow which set her sails so gallantly gallantlyin
in the Mersey half a century ago bound boundtor boundfor boundfor
for Philadelphia nor was she seen again againafter againafter againafter
after the hills of Wales were lost to view viewThe VIewhe viewThe
The he Burvie Castle left London some someyears someears someyears
years ears ago on a long voyage to Australia AustraliaShe AustraliaShe AustraliaShe
She should have made a final call at atPlymouth atPlymouth atPlymouth
Plymouth but she never came ca o within withinsight withinsight withinsight
sight of the Hoe nor has human eye ever everseen everseen everseen
seen her from the day she dropped down downthe downthe downthe
the channel It was on May 10 1854 that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Lady Nugent spread her sails at Ma Madras Madras Madras ¬
dras with 367 of the Twentyfifth Madras Madraslight Madras11ght Madraslight
light infantry and other passengers on onboard onboard onboard
board Her destination was Rangoon but buthalf buthalf buthalf
half a century has gone and neither Ran Rangoon Rangoon Rangoon ¬
goon nor any other port has fil sighted hted her herNearly herNeariY herNearly
Nearly two yearslaternhetRollins year lat 1atrh 1th K Oi1ins n 5 liner linerPacific linerPacific linerPacific
Pacific dropped down theaersgy the11ers T jvith with ISO ISOsbuls ISOs iSOsduls
sbuls s uls on board She w wM s accounted ccountea one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stoutest and swiftest vessels vess ls of her hertime hertime hertime
time and so no doubt she s e was But she shewent shewent shewent
went the way the City of Glasgow had hadgone haagone hadgone
gone a couple of years earlier and for forfortynine forfortynine forfortynine
fortynine years has been lying at the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom of the sea but where none may mayknow mayknow mayknow
know till all secrets are revealed The Thetrading Thetrading Thetrading
trading vessel Atlanta started a quarter quarterof
of a century ago for a short cruise In anBermudan InBermudan inBermudan
Bermudan waters and from that day to tothis tothis tothis
this no one knows what became of her herand herand herand
and the 250 souls she carried carriedOn carriedOn carriedOn
On Jan 20 1870 the City of Boston sailed saTledfrom sanedfrom sailedfrom
from Halifax for England with 191 souls soulson soulson soulson
on board She was an Indian liner a fine fineshe fIneshIp fineship
shIp splendIdly equipped and handled but butshe butshe
she too was destined to vanish from the theface theface theface
face of the waters watersThe watersThe watersThe
The victim of another still remembered rememberedocean rememberedocean rememberedocean
ocean mystery was expected at Liverpool LiverpoolIn
In March 1841 March passed and Liver Liverpool Liverpool ¬
pool saw nothing of her The long delay delayia deIa delayia
ia her arrival caused great anxiety anathe ana antithe
the wildest rumors began to be circulated circulatedOn
On April 13 news came that her engines enginesand enginesand
and rudder had been disabled In heavy heavyweather heav heavweather heavyweather
weather and that she had put into Ma Madeira Ia Iadeira ¬
deira for repairs and there naturally fol followed foll followed ¬
lowed l wed a reaction from 5 gloomy forebodings forebodingspected forebodingsto
to transports of joy The he vessel was ex expected cxpected
pected at Liverpool on a certain day and andher andher andher
her arrival was awaited by hundreds or orpeople orpeoplo otpeople
people who had friends aboard but she shenever shenever shenever
never came andit and it was found that the thestory thestory theutory
story of her arrival at Madeira was a aheartless ahoartless aheartless
heartless hoax All the time the illfated illfatedOn UItatedv IllfatedvQ3OI
v vQ3OI Ol was at the bottom or the sea seaQn seaOn
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picture to look on as she moved over the thewaters thewaters thewaters
waters with her stately spread af sails sailsBut sailsBut
But as the eyes ey S of the watchers followed followedher followedher followedher
her she was seen to pause and within a afew afe afew
few fe seconds she vanished utterly from fromtheir fromtbeir fromtheir
their view What caused this tragically tragicallysudden tragicalIysudden tragicallysudden
sudden disappearance of a a stately ship shipThat shipThtlt shipThat
That is another of the countless secrets secretswhich secretswhich secretswhich
which the ocean has in its jealous keep keepONLY keeping keeping
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Jan 24 via O S L Excursion Ex ursjon under underauspices underauspices underauspices
auspices Merchants Manufacturers Manufacturersassociation Manufacturersassociation Manufacturersassociation
association Special leaves Salt Lake Lakeat Lakeat Lakeat
at 8 a m and returning reaches this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city at 1130 p m Tjckets also good goodfor gpodfor goodfor
for return on the 25th ± City Ticket Of Office Office Offlee ¬
fice 201 Main street streetTWO streetell streetTWO
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TWO OF A KIND KINDSan KINDSan KINDSan
San Francisco Chronicle ChronicleHenry ChronicleH ChronicleHenry
Henry H ry Stern real estate broker was waswalking waswalking waswalking
walking along Montgomery street with witha witha
a friend After proceeding abouttwenty abouttwentyclosed about twenty twentypaces twentypaces
paces the friend fell back a step and andclosed andclosed
closed in on Sterns right The proceed proceeded ¬
ed twenty feet when Stern backed up upsidestepped upsidestepped upsidestepped
sidestepped and regained his former formerExcuse formerposition formerposition
position positionExcuse I IExcuse
Excuse me said the friend thirty thirtyfeet thirtyfeet thirtyfeet
feet further along the th street as he re retreated retreated retreated ¬
treated a step and again slipped around aroundto
to the th right side of the real estate estateSLtront estateagent estateagent
agent agentThey agentThey SLtrontThey
They continued along Montgomery Montgomerystreet Montgomerystreet Montgomerystreet
street seventeen paces when Stern with withan withan withan
an I beg your pardon p rdon executed the thesame thesame thesame
same maneuver and gained the right righthand righthand righthand
hand position positionSay positionSay positionSay
Say whats the matter demanded demandedCant demandedthe demandedthe
the frIend frIendCant friendCant
Cant hear with my left ear ex explained explained cxplained ¬
plained Stern SternSame SternSame SternSame
Same here said the friend Shake ShakeSo Shakef ShakeSo
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So many mothers have writ written written written ¬
ten us telling how much Mellins MellinsFood MeUinsFood MellinsFood
Food has done for their babies that we wehave weh wehave
have h ve thousands of mothers letters in inour inour
our files If you feel interested we wewill wewi11 wewill
will send you copies of any of these letters lettersand lettersand lettersand
and you can < an write to the mothers yourself yourselfand yourselfand
and verify them Very likely we have letters lettersmay lettersfrom lettersfrom
from someone in your vicinity whom you youmay youmay
may know kflO A sample of Mellins Food sent sentfree sentfree sentfree
free on request requestThe requestThe requestThe
The ONLY Infants Food receiving receivingthe receivinthe recelvinthe
the GRAND PRIZE at St Louis 1904 1904Gold 1904Gold 1904Gold
Gold Medal Highest ihest Award AwardPortland AwardPortland AwardPortland
Portland Ore 1905 1905MELLINS 1905IELLINS 1905MELLINS
MELLINS FOOD CO BOSTON MASS MASSNotice MASSNotice MASSNotice
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Notice NoticeSPECIAL NoticeSPECIAL
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SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS MEET
ing Notice is hereby given that a aspecial aspecial I Ispecial
special meeting me ting of the stockholders of
the Utah Fire Clay company c mpany will be held heldat heldat heldat I
at the companys s office 109S South First FirstWest FirstWest FirstWest
West street stre t Salt Lake City Utah at 10 10oclock 10oclock II
oclock a a m on January 22 1906 for the thepurpose thepurposf thepurpose
purpose of electing three additional di directors ditCICtors clirectors ¬
rectors to serve until the first Monday in
May M Ma v 1009 thereby increasing the number numberof
of directors frectors from six to nine as provided
for In Article 9 of Articles of Incorpora ¬
tion and amendIng said Article 9 ac accordingly accordinglY accordingly ¬
cordingly cordinglyBy
By rder of the board of directors
T R ELLESRBECK ELL RBECK Secy
Salt Lake CIty Utah Dec 18 1905
Sweaters Reduced OneFourth OneFourthYour OneFO OneF rtli rtliYour rtIiYour
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of his marvelous marvelo s Invention InventionIt
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i study of the cause of certain known knownphe knownphenomena phe pheI phenomena
I nomena In nature that he was able to toproduce toproduce toproduce
produce the startling effect effectMany effectlIany effectMany
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storers have a way of bunching them themall themall themall
all together without discrimination discriminationHerpicide discrIminationHerpicide discriminationHerpicide
Herpicide is as different from other so socalled socaUed socalled
called hair restorers and remedies remediesas
as day Is from night nightIt
It is a scientific preparation prepared preparedfor
for the sole purpose of destroying the thescalp thescalp thescalp
scalp microbe that causes dandruff and andfalling andfalling andtailing
falling hair Smith Drug Co Special SpecialAgents SpecialAgents
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Dont Let Your YourMoney YourMoney YourMoney
Money Loaf LoafPut
Put It to work earning inter interest interest Interest ¬
est in the Utah Savings and andTrust andTrust andTrust
Trust Company Four per cent centper centper centper
per annum paid on Deposits Depositslarge Deposits1arge Depositslarge
large or small You will find It Itsafe itsate Itsafe
safe reliable r 1iable and obliging W WS WS WS
S McCornick President John JohnS
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NO 160 MAIN STREET STREETTour STREETWhen
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MERRILL CO
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and do RELIABLE WORK at atFAIR atFAIR atFAIR
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An Ordinance OrdinanceAN e eAN
AN ORDINANCE CONFIRMING THE THEassessment THEassessmEnt TH1assessment
assessment upon the property on on the east eastside eastside eastside
side of First West street between betw nEignth Eighth it
South and Ninth South streets on the
west side of First West Test street from
Ninth South street to Mead street streetcin on the
east side of First West street from Mead
street to Goltz street on the north side sideof sideof sideof
of Mead street from First West street
to West Temple street and on the wast weetside wastside wtside
side of West Temple street from Mead Maadstreet Meadstreet Msttdstreet
street to Ninth South street in j inIsldewalk sidewalk
districts Nos 20 and 40 for the th construc ¬
tion of cement sidewalks sidewalksBe
Be it ordained by the city council coupciI of p
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtahSection UtahSection
Section 1 l That the assessment list listmade listmade listmade
made by b the city treasurer as corrected
approved and completed by b the board of
equalization and review heretofore duly
appointed by b the city council for that
purpose of the property abutting on th theast the
east side of First West street between
Eighth South and Ninth South streets to
on the west side of First West street
from Ninth South street to Mead street straafon stroQton
on the east side of FirstWest First West street
from Mead street to Goltz street on th the
north side of Mead street from First
West street to West Temple street and
on the west side of West Temple street
from Mead street to Ninth South street
In sidewalk district Nos 30 and 40 of
Salt Lake City for the purpose of con ¬
structing cement sidewalks upon said saidportions sIdportions saidportions
portions of said streets Is hereby con ¬
firmed and the assessments made and andreturned andreturned andreturned
returned in said completed lists are hero
by confirmed confirmedSec con confirmedSec firmed firmedSec
Sec 2 This ordinance shall take effect
upon approval approvalPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake >
City Utah December 26th 1906 i9O and re reu re
ferred u to LJ the uiie mayor meiyur for iur ins his ttuurOTni approval
3 J S CRITCftLOW City Recorder
Approved this 29th day of f Decembar r
1905
RICHARD RICHARPORRIS P MORRIS Mayor MayorState MayorState MayorState
State of Utah City and County of Salt
Lake Lakess LakessI ss ssI
I J S Critchlow city clt recorder of Salt
Lake City Utah do hereby herc hereb2certlfy certify cer ly that
the above and foregoing is i a full uli true trueand trueand tru truand
and correct copy cop of an grdIn ordinance orditianco l1 entitled
An ordinance confirming the assessment assessmentupon assessmontupon assessmentupon
upon the property on the east side of ofjuaL
juaL FIrst West rrcak on strN street < ti t betwe betwn7E1ghh IKI > t n7E1ghth i Uijit OUULH OUULHand South Southand Southand
and Ninth South streets stre fon Qnthe wi the west side sideof sideof s1d s1dof
of First West street from Ninth South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street to Mead street on the east side of
First West street from Mead streetto street to
Goltz street stre t on the north side of Mead Meadstreet lfeadstreet Mendstreet
street from First West street stre t to West
Temple streets and on the t e1Yost > west side of o 7
West Temple street from Mead read street to
Ninth South streeti street in idewafladistrIets sidewalk districts
Nos 20 and 40 foethe foitt for the construction onstr ction af afcement ofcement t tcement
cement sidewalks passed by b o the city citycouncil
council of Salt Lake City December 26th
1905 and approved by b the mayor Deeemh Decemtber
ber 29th 190o as appearsof appears of record r cord In tny tnyoffice tn tnoffice inoffice
office
In witness whereof I have here
hereunto set s t my hand and affixed r
SpJill Seal th the < V nnrhnratA corporate sonl seal rif Qf fsaid said MrI nlttr nlttrthis city citr citrthis i
this 29th day d of December 1005 1D
J T 1 S CRITCHLOW CJty Jty Recorder
Bill Ntf NtfSidewalk 28 f v vSidewalk v vSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No 101 10iSixty 101Sixty 101Sixty
Sixty Years Experience of an Old OldNurse OldNurse OIdNurse
Nurse NurseMrs NurseMrs NurseMrs >
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup Is tho >
prescription of one of the best female fem femalephysicians le lephysicians
physicians and nurses In the United
States and has been used for sixty years yearswith yearswith yearswith
with neverfailing success by millions of ofmothers ofmothers ofmothers
mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocess theprocess
process of teething its value is incalcu ¬
lably Jabl It t relieves the child from pain paincures paincUr paincures
cures cUr s diarrhoea griping In the bowels
and wind colic By giving1 health to the th v
child it ttrestst rests the tI piotherPrlcc mother Price rice 75 7 cent cenfaabottle uui i ia
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