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THE r SALT LAKE AKE HERALD SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1906 B I
THEY WILL WiiitPyio WiiitPyioCONVERT TRY TO TOCOf
CONVERT COf VERT SOULS SOULSPresbyterian SOULSTresbyterian
Presbyterian Churches Will Hold HoldUnion HoldUnion HoldUnion
Union Services in All Parts Partsof Partsof Partsof
of World WorldPLAN WorldPLAN WorldPLAN
PLAN A GREAT REVIVAL REVIVALTHOSE REVIVALTHOSE REVIVALTHOSE
THOSE WHO ARE SAVED MAY MAYFORM MAYFORM MAYFORM
FORM OTHER CHURCHES CHURCHESPresbyterian CHURCHESPresbyterlrol CHURCHEPresbyterian
Presbyterian churches of Salt I Lake ake will willcommence willcommenc willcommnc
commence holding simultaneous revival revivalcervices r6vivalservices revivalervIce
cervices ervIce Sunday Feb 25 In conjunction conjunctionwith conjunctionwith conjunctionwith
with all the churches of that denomination denomina denomination denomination ¬
tion in this country These services will willlast winlast willlast
last about two weks weksDr weksDr weeksDr
Dr William M Paden of tho First First Pres Presbyterian Preerlall PresyterIan ¬
byterian erlall church said last night nightAlthough nightAlthough nightAlthough
Although the call for these services servicesmakes scrvJcesmakes servicesmakes
makes several suggestions concerning the theway theWay thevay
way they should be carried on it asks askseach askseach askseach
each church to hold the services best fit fitted fitted 1t 1tted ¬
ted to its own needs needsThe needsThe needsThe
The call came too late to be laid be beore before besore
fore ore the meeting last Monday evening eveningut eveningbut eveningbut
but > ut I have no doubt it will be acted fa favorably favorably favorably ¬
vorably upon dt t our next ne t meeting meetingThe meetingThe meetingThe
The chief object of this religious cam campaign camJlafgn campalgn ¬
paign Is to secure converts and arouse arousethe arousethe arousethe
the spirit of those already members The Theletter Theletter Theletter
letter states that if converts desire to tojoin tojoin tojoin
join some other evangelical church they theyBhall theyshall theyshall
shall be just as welcome to the meetings meetingsThe meetingsThe meetingsThe
The evangelical comonttee coman ttee directing theseries the theseries theseries
series of services servic is composed of Presby Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbyterian ¬
terian ministers minist rs from all over the coun country country country ¬
try and is headed by James D Moffatt MoffattJohn MoffattJohn MoffattJohn
John D Converse and J Wilbur Chap Chapman Chapman Chapman ¬
man manRev manRer manRev
Rev McClain W Davis of the Westmin Westminter
ter church said saidIn saidIn saidIn
In April all the evangelical churches of ofSalt otSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake are to unite and hold union unionrevival unionrEvlval unionrevival
revival meetings Dr Bulgin a noted notedsouthern notedsouthern notedsouthern
southern evangelist who has been having havinggreat havinggreat havinggreat
great success in California will be here hereand hereand hereand
and help us in our work The meetings meetingsTV
TV ill be held either in the First Presby Presbyterian Presbylrian Presbyterian ¬
terian or First Methodist Mcth > dist church churchAT churcho churchLECTURE
o f fLECTURE
LECTURE AT TIE Y IC M C AProf1 A AProf AProf
Prof Byron Cummings to Talk Talkon Talkon Talkon
on Greek Life in the theHomeric theHonleric theHomeric
Homeric Age AgeProfessor AgeJJ AgeJJProftSsor Age11Professor
Professor Byron Cummings C nmings of the Uni Uniersity Unlpratty Unersity
ersity of Utah will give the second of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the series of Y M C A educational educationallectures educational1cctures educationallectures
lectures in the association auditorium at atS
8 oclock this evening He will speak on onGreek onGleek onGreek
Greek Life in the Homeric Age AgeThe AgeThe AgeThe
The lecture will be Illustrated by stere stereopticon stereopt stereOpticon
opticon opt con projections showing the results of ofrecent ofrECent ofrecent
recent excavations carried on under the thedirection thedfredion thedirtion
direction of the American School of Ar Arciuieology Arc Arcireology
ciuieology c in Athens AthensThe Athensrihe AthensThe
The lecture Is open to the public and no nocharge noharge nocharge
charge is made for admission The man management management management ¬
agement of the public library has co cooperated cocperated cooperated ¬
operated in emphasizing the value of this thislecture thisle thislecture
lecture le < ture by posting special notices and the thefollowing thefol1oVtng thefolIcwing
following bibliography which will be of ofvalue ofalue ofalue
alue to personal personallnvestigators Investigators of the sub subject subj subject ¬
ject jectBecker j > t
Becker BcckerCharicles BcckerChariclesBlummrHome BeckerChariclesBluzmmorHome Charicles ChariclesBlummer
Blummer BlummrHome Home Life of the AncientGreeks Ancient AncientGreeks AncientGreeks
Greeks GreeksBrowne GreeksB1ovneHomer GreeksBrowneHomeric
Browne B1ovneHomer Homeric c Study Stud StudnkkinsonGreek StudyTickin6onGreek
1 TMrkinson nkkinsonGreek Greek View Vle of Life Lifot Lifetuhl LifeJ
J t < iuhl Koner KoneruLlfe Life of ofilie the Greeks and andU andRomans
U r Romansy Romans RomansMahaffj RomansMahaffySocial
y Mahaffj MahaffySocial Social Greece GreecePerry GreeceP6rryWomen GreecePorryTomen
Perry P6rryWomen Women of Homer HomerRidgeway HomerRfdgewayEarly HornerRidgewayEarly
Ridgeway RfdgewayEarly Early Age of Greece GreeceWtfisenborn GreeceV
Wtfisenborn V v U I sen senborn bornuHomeric Homeric Life LifeVETERANS LifeVETERANS LifeVETERANS
VETERANS OF INDIAN WARS
Officers Ofi cers Are Chosen and Medals Ar ArAwarded Are AreAwarded ArAwarded
Awarded at the First ErstMeeting FirstIteeting FirstMeeting
Meeting MeetingTho
The first annual reunion of Salt Lake LakeCounty LakeCounty LakECounty
County post Indian War Veterans was washeld washEld wa waheld
held last night in the Thirteenth ward wardsembly as assembly assmbly ¬
sembly hall A business meeting was held heldfirst heldfirst hekfirst
first at which the followinf officers were wereelected wereel6 wercelected
elected el6 < tOO Commander O P Arnold vice vicecommander vl vicEcommander e elmmander
commander Thomas Dobson Dobs < > n adjutant adjutantgeneral adjt adjitanigeneral tant tantgenera
general James Hague quartermaster quartermastergeneral quartermastergtnera1 quartermasteigcneral
general S D Jackson chaplain J Ma Mali Malin iiaun ¬
li lin n An oldfashioned oldfashi ned dance followed followedThose followedThose followedThose
Those who received medals last nighi nighiunder rughtunder niglilwider
under recent act of the legislature were wereAlexander wereAlex wereAlexander
Alexander Alex der Burt John Jeremy Jerem r George C CLambert CI CLambert
Lambert I Fred A Meyer yer Williard L LSnow LSnow LSnow
Snow John South William W V Turner TurnerJoshua TurierJoshua rurnerJoshua
Joshua Terry Terr John H Woodbury Jesse JesseWest JesscVest JesseVest
Vest Harold W V Hannibal Robert Mor Morns 1101rs Morr1 ¬
ns David R Parry George C Riser RiserHenry RiserHn Riserhenry
Henry Hn B Skidmore SkidmoreWUllam William W Taylor TaylorJohn TaylorJohn TaylorJohn
John p Hamilton Charles J Lambert LambertJames LambertJames LambertJames
James White Milford B Shipp Peter PeterIlansen PeterHansen PetetHansen
Hansen O P Arnold James hagueJohn Hague HagueJohn HagueJohn
John R Jones Zebulon Jacobs Thomas ThomasK
K Jeremy Josiah Lees George Naylor NaylorWilliam NaorVi1l1am NaylorWilliam
William G Phillips John Reading Jo Jos JosEpli Toffph
s ffph ph Smith James W Ure and I Daniel Danielolstfnholm Danielvt > anlel anlelV
vt V olstenholm olstenholmMedals olstfnholmf nistenhoimMedals
Medals f dals will be given to the following followingWilliam followingVJIIiam followingWilliam
William C Allen John M Chamberlain ChamberlainJuhn ChamberlainJ11m ChamberlainJohn
John M Luce Helamen Pratt Thomas ThomasStokes ThomasStokes ThomasStokes
Stokes B F Terry John Hardie William WilliamKvans WiIliarEans
Eans Rodney C Badger Peter F Goss GossJohn GoBSTohn GossJohn
John W Sharp and E M Weiler WeilerCANADIANS Wenerell WellerCANADIANSHOLD
ell ellCANADIANS
CANADIANS CANADIANSHOLD HOLD MEETING MEETINGProgramme MEETINGProgramme MEETIJOProgramme
Programme Is Rendered Business BusinessTransacted BusineslTransacted BusinessTransacted
Transacted and Supper SupperServed SupperServed SupperServed
Served ServedThe ServedThe
The Canadian association held its regu regular regulnr regumr ¬
lar business meeting in the Jennings block blocklost blocklast blockInst
lost night about fifty members m 11l00rs being beingpresent beingpresent beingpresent
present Secretary F B Scott reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that there were now over 200 resident Canadians Ca Canadians Cal1adians ¬
nadians in Salt Lake many being promt promtLent promiTEnt prorniLent
Lent business men menH menH menH
H G Tyroll who has just returned from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the east told of his visits to eastern as associations assocIations ass4ciaUons ¬
sociations F B Scott read a paper on onthe onthe onthe
the Canadian banking system systemA sy tem temA
A musical and literary programme fol followed tor1owed to tolowed ¬
lowed Miss E J Scott read an original originalpoem originalpoem originalpoem
poem Canadfc written for the occa occasion occasion occaBlon ¬
sion After fterp1aylng playing games refreshmentsWcre refreshments refreshmentswere
were served The evening was ended by byHinging bysinging bysinging
singing the Canadian Canadl 4X1 national anthem anthemFresh anthemc anthem1iheB
1iheB 1iheBFresh
Fresh milk is absolutely absolutelynecessary absolutelynecessary
necessary for the baby No Nodried Nodried
dried milk food or food which whichis
is used without fresh milk will meet meetthe meetthe
the requirements Mellins Food is isalways isalways
always to be used with fresh milk it itsatisfies
1 satisfies and feeds the baby Send for our
4 1 book The TbcCarcFcsdingoflnfants Care Feeding of Infants free freeThe freeThe
The ONLY Infant Food receiving receivingthe
the GRAND PRIZE at SU St Louis 1904 1904Gold 1904Gold
Gold Medal Highest Award AwariPortland AwardPortland
Portland Ore 1905 1905MELLINS 1905UELIJINS
MELLINS FOOD CO BOSTON MASS
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EZRA IS JOBBED JOBBEDBY
BY AMERICANS AMERICANSBlack
Black and andHobday Hobday Make D Dea With WithRepublicans WithItepublic8JS WithBepublicas
Republicans for Chief Engi Engineers En Enneers Enineers ¬
neers Job JobEBER JobEBER robEBER
EBER CASE LANDS LANDSLUM LANDSLUMTHEY PLUM PLUMTHEY PLUMTHEY
THEY WILL WI BE PERMITTED PERMITTED TO TONAME TONAME TONAME
NAME NIGHT WATCHMAN WATCHMANBecause WATCHMANBecause
4 4Because
Because two supposedly loyal 10 a1 Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can councihnen deserted him Mayor MayorEzra MayorEzra MayorEzra
Ezra Thompson was defeated yesterday in inhis inhis Inhis
his fight to have an American < party partyman partyman partyman
man appointed chief engineer of the city cityand cityand cityand
and county building to succeed slcc d John JohnLawrence JohnLawrence JohnLawrence
Lawrence resigned resignedThe resignedThe resignedThe
The board of control of the building buildingcomposed buildingcomposed buildingcomposed
composed of the three county comrriis comrriissioners comniissloners comnilssloners
sloners on behalf of the county and May Mayor Mayor Mayor ¬
or Thompson and Councilmen T R RBlack RBlack RBlack
Black and Thomas Hobday on behalf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city met at 2 oclock 0 clock in the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon in the hope of breaking the deadlock deadlockwhich deadlockwlJich deadlockwhich
which developed Wednesday Wednesd y in the selec selection selection selectioii ¬
tion of the engineer engineerTrade engineerTrade engineerTrade
Trade Had Been Made MadeThe MadeThe MadeThe
The meeting had not been in session sessionlong sessionlong sessionlong
long when it was disclosed that without withouttho withouttho withoutthe
tho mayors knowledge kn owl eqge his colleagues on onthe onthe onthe
the city end of the board had ad made a adeal adeal adeal
deal with the Republican county commis commissioners commissioners bommissloners ¬
sioners by virtue of which the latter were wereto wereto wereto
to name the engineer and his assistant assistantand a8slstarrtand assistantand
and In return the two councilman were wereto wereto wereto
to name a nightwatchman for the build building buildIng buildlug ¬
ing ingThe The upshot was that Eber S Case was wasappointed wasa wasappointed
appointed a chief engineer and HaroldMounteer Harold HaroldMounteer Haroldiounteer
Mounteer was made assistant engineer engineerMr hglneerMr g1neer
Mr Case has been assistant engineer in inthe inthe inthe
the building for ten years Mr Moun Mounteer Mounteer Mounteer ¬
teer was for thirteen years y ars engineer in inthe mthe inthe
the Commercial block and is at presentemployed present presentemployed presentempo
employed empo ed at th th1J Warm Springs resort resortBoth resortBth resorLBEith
Both Case and Mounteer are Republic Republicans ¬
ars
What Councilmen Got GotIn GotIn GotIn
In return for consenting c > to the election electionof
of Case and Mounteer the county com commissioners comn cornnilssioners ¬
missioners n ssioners agreed that Josiah Lees Leesnightwatchman Leesnightwatchmau Leesnightwatchman
nightwatchman in the building should be bedischarged bedischarged bedischarged
discharged and that thatthe the American Amerlc n end endof endOf endOf
of the board of control should name n me hiS hirisuccessor hiSsuccessor hl hlsuccessor
successor Lees is a Republican RepublicanCouncilman RepublicanCouncilman RepublicanCouncilman
Councilman Hobday favors the appoint appointment appointmerit ¬ I Iment
ment of Benjamin H Nickerson as night nighti nightwatchman I
i watchman Mayor Thompson indicated indicatedthat indicatedthat indicatedthat
that he wishes James Veitch to be appcinted ap appointed ¬
I Ipcinted
pcinted If the deal between the two twocouncilmen twOcouncilmen twocouncilmen
councilmen and the county commission commissioners ¬
ers holds good Mr Nickerson will laud latidthe lafidthe laudthe
the place
Mayor Is Graceful GracefulWhen Graceful111on Gracefulrhen
When 111on Mayor Thompson saw jthat that he hewas hewas hewas
was up against It and that a deal had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been made he voted with the th other othermembers otherm otherrpombers
members m < < m1berR of the board and made the ap appointments appointments appointments ¬
pointments of Case and Mounteer unan unanimous unanin unanbaus ¬
imous imousUnder in baustinier t3us
Under 1 n er the present arrangement Mr MrLawrence MrLawrence MrL
Lawrence L wrence will retire r tlre Feb 15 i and will willbe willbe willbe
be succeeded by Mr fr Case Mr Lees is isgiven isgiven isgIven
given until March 1 to resign If he fails failsto fansto fallsto
to do so before that time art American Americanwill AmericanrwJ1l Americanwill
will be named to succeed suc ed him and he will willbe willbe willbe
be removed removedMr remove removeMr removedMr
Mr Case was a delegate to the last lastRepublican lastREpublican lastRepublican
Republican municipal convention andMr andMrMounteer andMrMounteer aiidMrMounteer
Mounteer the assistant engineer is a awarm awarm awarm
warm personal friend of his hisA hisA hisA
A MACHINE FOR WOMEN WOMENshould WOMENshould WOMENshould
should be the best obtainable Thel TheSinger ThelSinger ThelSinger
Singer sewing machine is acknowl acknowli acknowledged acknowledged
i edged the lightest running most du durable durable durable ¬
rable and convenier of any Cook ook for forthe forthe forthe
the red S 43 South Main street stre t Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah utahBY UtahBY
BY LECTURE LECTUREAD AND SONGS
Mrs King and Pupils Interpret InterpretWork InterpretWork InterpretWork
Work of Two Women Com Composers ConlposersNew CornposersNew ¬
posers posersNew New Singer SingerAn
An enthusiastic audience which filled filledthe filledthe filledthe
the studio in the Commercial club build building building buildlug ¬
ing listened to the lecture recital reclt l given givenby givenby givenby
by Mrs Martha Royle King and her pu pupils pupils pupus ¬
pils last evening eveni 1g Two of the foremost foremostwoman foremostwoman foremostwoman
woman composers of the day ware taken takenup takenup takenup
up for study both in their lives and in intheir intheir IntheIr
their compositions Margaret Mar ret Ruthven RuthvenLang RuthvenLang RutlivenLang
Lang and Helen Hood Miss Blanche Kid Kidder Kidder Kidder
der read a sketch of the life of o the for former former former ¬
mer reviewing her work along all lines linesof linesof linesof
of growth and Miss Aura Rogers gave gavea
a brief review of the life of Miss Hood HoodSongs HoodSongs HoodSongs
Songs characteristic of Miss Lang were weresung wereS1ng werestug
sung by Miss Halite Foster Miss Edna EdnaEdwards EdnaEdvards EdnaEdwards
Edwards Miss Judith Evans Miss CarolEvans Carol CarolEvans CarolEvans
Evans and Mrs King the last named giv giving giving glving ¬
ing the two dainty little ballads Just JustBecause JustBecause ust ustBecause
Because and The Sandman SandmanMiss SandmanMIss SandmanMiss
Miss Edwards was Ieard for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time and ho her clear flutelike voice was wasadmirably wasadmirably wasadmirably
admirably adapted to the lighter quality qualityof
of her song Three Shops Miss Edith EdithGodbe EdithGodbe EdithGodbe
Godbe and Miss Carmelite Pitt gave se selections selectIons selections ¬
lections from the compositions of Miss MissHood 1nssHood MissHood
Hood and several of the others were wereheard werel wereheard
heard l ard again Little Susie Russell the thechild thechild
1 child whose wonderful soprano Voice has hascaused hascaused hascaused
caused so much comment was obliged to todisappoint todisappoint todisappoint
disappoint her friends on account of a acold acold acold
cold Last nights entertainment was the thesecond thescond thesecond
second in a series planned by Mrs King KingDIAMOND Kinge KingDIAMOND KingDIAMONDCOAL
e
DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSold COAL COALSold
Sold only by Citizens Coal company companyRemoved companyRemoved compthiyRemoved
Removed to 153 S Main Mal Phone 49 49AMUSEMENTS 49I 49AMUSEMENTS
I AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSThat I IThat IThat
That jolly old devil Lewjg I ewlf1 hrrisn hrrisnobliged iris n nobliged nobliged
obliged at the Salt Lake theatre lst night nightas
as per schedule Morrison doesnt seem jeemtainly feemsuch seemsuch
such an old devil either though he cer certainly certhinly
tainly is jolly He cannot cannotrcsLst resist a chucklo chucklooven chuckloven chuckleeven
oven when hen he calls attention att mtlo1 to the fact facttht factthL facttha
tht so many m ny frail mortals conveniently convenientlyphuffie convenientlYphufle convenientlyhuffi
phuffie huffi their sins from their own w1 shoul shoulders shoulders shoulders ¬
ders to his The devil tempted me is isas isJS isas
as old an m excuse as The w WoJDan < man tempted temptedme
me It was good to oce 10 o nat tl1a MorrisQdevil Morrison Morrisondevil Morns Mornsdevil
devil again even though ve havd had a asuperabundance asuperabundance asuperabundance
superabundance of devils I t town recent recently recently recently ¬
ly what with the grand opera find the Ihedevil 1 thedevil he hede
devil de il at it the Grand A lasre audience au ip 1ce saw sawMr sawMr sawMr
Mr Morrison The house was specially speciallybig s lia1JY lia1JYbig
big on the upper floors Age has 1US not notwiLncreJ notwl notwLntrc1
wiLncreJ wl 1trc1 nor custom staled Morrisons in infinite InfInite Infinite ¬
finite variety The weight wd ht of years rests restslijjhdy rests1i restslighiy
lijjhdy 1i h1y upon his shoulders He capers capersnimbly capersnimby capersnimbly
nimbly about the stage ie e center of at attraction attraction attraction ¬
traction the focusing print tint of the tl e spot spotlight spotlight spotlight ¬
light The supporting company Is fair fairIhe fairIhe fairIhe
Ihe engagement announced as Morri Morrisons Morrisons Mornsons ¬
sons last appearance h he < je closes today todaywith todaywith todaywith
with two performances s matinee and andI andevening andevening
I evening eveningWatsons eveningWatsons eveningWatsons
Watsons Orientals said to be one oneof oneot oneof
of the best of the good sho sh shcws ws in the Ly Lyric Lyric Lync ¬
ric lst opens at that playhouse this aft afternoon afternuon afterncion ¬
ernoon an engagement of one wetik wetikHooligans we wetkHooligans k kHooligans
Hooligans Troubles come to an end 6ndat endat nd ndat
at the Grand tonight The usual matinee matineeperformance matineepcrfonnance matineeperformance
performance will be played playedThe playedThe playedThe
The advance sale for the big spectacu spectacular sPectacular ¬
lar production The Sleeping Beauty and andthe andthe andthe
the Beast is on at the Salt Lake the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre The engagement is for the first firstthree firstthree firstthree
three nights of next week and Includes amatinee a amatinee amatinee
matinee on Wednesday WednesdayThe YednesdayThe
The box office at the Orpheum reports reportsheavy reporfsheavy reportsheavy
heavy sales for the matinee and tonights tonightsperformance tblllghtsperfonnanco tbnightsperformance
performance which will close possibly the themost themostsuCCOSsful themoSt
most mostsuCCOSsful successful weeks business since the thehousa thehQUS thehousa
housa was opened Next week Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Alfred Keley will be the headliners he dliners
I
TRYING TO MAKE MAKEMEANING MAKtMEANING
MEANING CLEAR GLEARFormer
Former Chief Engineer Wallace Ex Explains Explains Explains ¬
plains His Testimony Before BeforeSenate BeforeSenate BeforeSenate
Senate Committee CommitteeRATES CommitteeRATES CommitteeRATES
RATES ON PANAMAROAD PANAMAROADCANAL PANAMA ROAD ROADCANAL ROADCANALTOLLWLLNOTBE
CANALTOLLWLLNOTBE CANAL TOLL WILL NOT BE ANYCHEAPER ANYCHEAPER ANY ANYCHEAPER
CHEAPER CHEAPERNew CHEAPERNew CHEAPERNew
New York Feb 9 9John John P FWallace FWallacefonner Wallaceformer Wallace Wallaceformer
former chief engineer of the isthmian isthmiancanal isthmiancanal lsthmlancanal
canal commission made the following followingstatement followingstatement followingstatement
statement today concerning his testmony testi testimony testimony ¬
mony before the senate committee on oninteroceanic onint onlnt
interoceanic int roc anic canals the early part of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this week weekMy weekMy weekMy
My examination on matters connect connected ¬
ed with the Panama railroad and andsteamship andsteamship andsteamship
steamship line on Wednesday in some someof someof someof
of the press reports were at consider considerable consldprable considerable ¬
able variance varian e with regard to what I ac actually actually actually ¬
tually said saidI
I made the statement that prior to toleaving toleaving toleaving
leaving the isthmus in June last the thethrough thethrough thethrough
through rates r tes from New N w York to San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco by way of the Panama route routewere routewere routewere
were about 30 30Der oer cent less than the thothrough thAthrough thethrough
through transcontinental rates by rail railfrom raUfrom railfrom
from New York to San Francisco The Thepress Thepress Thepress
press had these figures reversed reversedTwoDollar revers reversedTwoDollar d dTwoDollar
TwoDollar Rate RateI
I i also made the statementthat that thatpart thatpart thatpart
part of the through rate Jrom rom New NewYork N NewYork ew ewYork
York to San Francisco Fr nclsco by wayof way of the theisthmus theisthmus theisthmus
isthmus which was credited to the thePaaama thePa1ama thePaaama
Paaama railroad line for the transit 1f 1fgoods f fgoods fgoods
goods between Colon and Panama TVVS TVVSabout wf 1s 1sabout s sabout
about 2 per ton and that a as the rate ratethrough r raLethrough le lethrough
through the Suez canal was 170 per perton perton perton
ton on the gross tonnage the probable probableflat
flat rate which will be b charged as toll tollwould tollwould tollwould
would probably approximate 2 per ton tonwhich tonwh tonWhich
which wh ch was the flat rate which I recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended should be changed on all goods goodsregardless goodsregar11ess goodsregariless
regardless of classification to be han handled handIed handied ¬
dIed by the railroad between Colon and andPanama andPanama andPanama
Panama j jThe jThe IThe
The significance of this statement statementlies
lies in the fact that a flat rate charge chargeof
of 2 per ton on all freight without re regard regard regard ¬
gard to classification would give com commerce commerce cornmerce ¬
merce the same advantage as far as asthe asthe asthe
the freight rate is concerned as it itwould itwould itwould
would receive by the construction of the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal unless that rate were made lower lowerthan lowerthan lowerthan
than the rate at present charged for forthe forthe forthe
the transit of freight through the Suez Suezcanal Suezcanal Suezcanal
canal and that this could not make makeany makeany makeally
any disturbance in the through trans transcontinental transcontinental transcontinental ¬
continental rates which now exist by byrail byrail lyrail
rail between New York and San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco the essence of this statement be being being beIng ¬
ing that the through transcontinental transcontinentallines
lines could have no motive in vigorous vigorously ¬
ly delaying the construction of the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama canal as the rates by rail be between between between ¬
tween New York and San Francisco Franciscofor
for freight shipped by the isthmian isthmianroute isthmianroute isthmlanroute
route compared to the through trans transcontinental transcontinental transcontinental ¬
continental rates by rail between New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and San Francisco would not be hematerially bematerially bematerially
materially disturbed disturbedPublic disturbedP disturbedPublic
Public P blic Not Informed InformedThis InformedThis InformedThis
This is a subject on which the pub public public publie ¬
lic has not been informed and on which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there has been no public knowledge as asthe asthe asthe
the existing rate of the Panama route routewas routewas routewas
was practically concealed from the pub public public publie ¬
lic through the fact that the proportion proportionof
of the through rate credited to the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama railroad for transit of goods goodsbetween goodsbetween goodsbetween
between Colon and Panama has never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been made public publicThe pub1icThe publicThe
The point Idesire I desire to make clear c1 r in n
this entire matter is ran ranacross
across the isthmus could be immediate immediately
ly put into effect by the United State Stategovernment Statesgovernment Stategovernment
government and would anticipate as asfar as asfar afar
far as rates are concerned the ultimate ultimatbenefit ultimatebenefit UltimatEbenefit <
benefit due to the construction of th thcanal the thecan tlucanal <
canal can a and that all that was neeessarto necessary necessaryto
to do in order to enable the Panama Panarnrratlroad Panamaralroad Panamra1road
ratlroad to handle freight across the thiisthmus theisthmus thEisthmus
isthmus by this route which is equiva equivalent equivalent equivalent ¬
lent to 4 cents per p r ton per mile and andperfectly is isperfectly isperfectly
perfectly ample for the service ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered would be the equipment of thePanama the thePanama thcPanama
Panama railroad with modern engines enginesand enginesand engineand
and cars proper trackage wharves wharvesdocks wharvesdocks wharvesdocks
docks and warehouses which can be befurnished befurnished bcfurnished
furnished for less than 5000000 5000000an an an ex expenditure expenditure expenditure ¬
penditure which will have to be made madein madein madeIn
in any case in order to properly pro provide provide provide ¬
vide transportation facilities for the thetraffic thetraffic th thtraffic
traffic which now exists and for that thatgoing thatgoing thaigoing
going out for the construction of the thecanal thecanal th thcanal
canal canalTrain canalFAST canalFAST
FAST FREIGHT FR1llTIS IS WRECKED WRECKEDTrain iRC iRCTrain
Train on Santa Fe Runs Away AwayWhile AwayWhile AwayWhile
While Coming Down Moun Mounfain Mountain MounfainEngineer
fain fainEngineer = Engineer Hurt HurtTrinidaJ HurtTrJnida Hurt1Trlnidal
TrinidaJ Colo Cob Feb 9 tThirty Thirty freight freightcars freightcars freightcars
cars and an engine are piled up in c cbroken a abroken abroken
broken mass at Mqrley ten miles west of ofthis atthis ofthis
this city on the Santa Fe road and all alltraffic aUtraffic alltraffic
traffic is blockaded In consequence of the thewreck theTeck thewreck
wreck which occurred early today The Thewrecked Thewrecked Thewrecked
wrecked freight was a California fruit fruittrain fruittrain fruittrain
train eastbound Just after leaving the thetunnel thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel near the top of Raton mountain mountainthe mountainthe
the engineer lost control of the train the theair theair theair
air brakes failing to work The engineer engineerand enbineerand engineerand
and the fireman jumped escaping with withseveral withseveral withseveral
several bad bruises bruisesThe bruisesThe bruisesThe
The train came down the mountain side sideat sideat sideat
at frightful velocity At the big trestle trestleon
on a sharp curve at the base of the moun mountain moU11tain mnuptam ¬
tain tam the engine went off the rails fol followed follcwed folicwed ¬
lowed by theentire the entire trainTrainmen train trainTrainmen trainTrainmen
Trainmen who arrived here tonight from fromMorley fromMorley fromMorley
Morley stated that Engineer Vaughn was wasseriously wasseriously wasseriously
seriously Injured but his recovery Is ex expected e epected cxpected ¬
pected The Th brakemen who were missed missedand n missedanti ssed ssedand
and who were supposed sup o ed to have been beencaught beencaught beencaught
caught under the wreckage wr ckage have appeared appearedon
on the scene and are are uninjured One Onetrack Onetrack Onetrack
track was cleared of wreckage late this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon and traffic was resumed resumedRECESS resumedRECESS resumedp resumedRECESS
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RECESS UNTIL TUESDAY TUESDAYChicago TUESDAYChicago TUESDAYChicago
Chicago Feb 9 9The The reading of the re report report report ¬
port of Commissioner Garfield was fin finished finished finished ¬
ished in the packers case just before ad adjournment adjeurnment adjcurnment ¬
journment today A recess was taken takenuntil takenuntil takenuntil
until Tuesday when the first witness to tobe tobe tobe
be placed upon the stand will probably probablybe
be Edward Cudahy of Omaha Omahaown OmahaFor Omahap
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amount of money you lose by not notreceiving1 notreceivIng notreceiving
receivIng interest on your Idleftnds idle idlefunds idlefunds
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take out a certificate of deposit depositThis depositThis depositThis
This is a a profitable convenience convenienceWe
We issue these certificates at lib liberal liberal liberal ¬
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worse in appearance than any anypart anypart anypart
part of the home We make makemany makemany makemany
many different styles in front frontdoors frontdOors frontdoors
doors varying in price but all allgood allgx allgood
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cushions and sheeting baby requi requisites requisites requlsites ¬
sites and everything usually car carried carried carned ¬
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as we have a fine stock stockSelling stockSelling stockSelling
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125 TO 200 UNDERWEAR VALUES AT 75c 75cTo 75cTo 75cTo
To clean up remainder of winter stock including Norfolk and New NewBrunswick NewBrunswick NewBrunswick
Brunswick Dr Wrights Sanitary Health Swita Conde and andmany andmany andmany
many of the best makes of underwear In the market marketAll marketAU marketAll
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In Our White Goods Section Another 100 Pieces PiecesWhite PiecesWhite PIecesWhite
White English Long Cloth ClothThe
The fabric specially made for fine underwear full yard wide and an twelve twelveyards twelveyards twelyeyards
yards in each bolt value 150 Saturday as long as asthey < 08 Q Qthey
they last one bolt to a customer at a a abolt aboltin bolt boltIn pl 1 tJO tJOIn
In Our Curtain Department Another Sale of Fine Madras Curtains CurtainsThat CurtaInsThat CurtainsThat
That Will Attract Prudent Buyers BuyersThe BuyersCross BuyersCrossStriped
Cross CrossStriped Striped Madras MadrdsCtwtains MadrdsCtwtainsThe Curtains CurtainsThe
The prettiest effects you ever saw green red white and champagne champagnegrounds champagnegrounds champagnegrounds
grounds three t ree yards long and 42 inches wide regular price 250 Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
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Saturday Night from 7 to 9 Oclock OclockIN OclockIN OclockIN
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35c to 75c Waists at 19c each eachPercale eac1 eac1FErcale f4JLffl4L7 f4JLffl4L7Pexcale
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man we are doing a rushing business bU8in s Its the quality of our ourgoods ourgoods cD cDgoods
goods that does the work Two or three patrons buy clothes in the thefirst thefirst g gfirst
first place lace they in in turn tell their neighbors and presto pres o change changeand I Iand 0 0eand
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