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10 THE SALT SAL SALTLAKE TLAKE LAKE HERALD MONDAY FEBRUARY 12 1906 19O
LlNCUlN LlNCUlNPROPHET LINCOLPROPHETOFOD
PROPHET PROPHETOFOD PROPHETOFODI OF GOD GODRev
I Rev Erank Fay Eddy Ed y Compares Compa es Him Himto Himto Sh Shto
to learned Men Ien of Biblical BiblicalHistory Bi BthlicalHistory 1ical 1icalHistory
History HistoryJUST HistoryJUST HistoryJUSTAS
JUST JUSTAS AS GREAT AS JEREMIAH JEREWIIAILESSON JEREMIAHL JEREMIAHLESSON
LESSON L SSON MAY BE LEARNED FROI FROIHiS FROM FROryiHis FROMHIS
HiS LIFEV LIFEVgrdaFand LI FE FEj
j U Uff 4 4ibraham
ff 3J + f t t t t tbrahamLincoln
+ ibraham brahamLincoln Lincoln was just as asgrEJ asdtandjust +
+ > grEJ grdaFand dtandjust t di7just just as holy a prophet prophetas +
+ as Jeremiah Jer miLh or Elijah ElijahUTher Elijah4Ther +
4 + Therfe are prophets ancient ancientand ancientand ancientarni +
+ and modern major und nd minor mInorLincolr minorLincor +
+ Lincoln although modern should shouldhe shouldbe +
+ be ranked with the major ones onesIn onesIn +
4 + In our hour of trial may there theref therebe therebe +
+ f be in our body politic a saving savingremnant savIngremnant +
+ remnant for prophet soul to per perf persanify +
f 4 sonify In the crowning battles battlesof +
+ of democracy may there be bef beprophets +
+ f prophets after the type of o > f Lin Linf LincoTnExtracts LincoTnExtracts +
+ f coin coTnExtracts Extracts from sermon def de delivered delivored +
+ livered by Rev Frank Fay Eddy Eddyyesterday Eddyyesterday + f
+ yesterday yesterdayWith yesterdayt +
+ t + + t + + t + + t + t 4 t 4 + 4 t t 4 4f t + + 4 4 4 + t + t + t + t + t tWith 4 4With
With the life of Abraham Lincoln as ashis ashis ashis
his theme and selections from the thefiftySecon the thefiftyrSecond thefiftyecond
fiftyrSecond l and fiftythird chapters chaptersof
of Isaiah as his text Rev Frank Fay FayEddy FayEddy FayEddy
Eddy pastor of the Unitarian church churchdelivered churchdelivered churchdelivered
delivered yesterday morning in Unity Unityhall Unityh Unityhail
hall h ll a sermon on The Prophetic Lin Lincoln Lincoln LincoIn ¬
coln Tribute was paid to the theachievements theachieements theachievements
achievements of the martyred presi president president president ¬
dent In part Mr Eddy said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The prophet in all ages has certain certaincharacteristics certaincharacteristics certaincharacteristics
characteristics the most fundamental fundamentalone
one of which seems to be capacity of ofsoul ofsoul ofsoul
soul He must have a big soul and a aresponsive aresponsive aresponsive
responsive one on so that some big theme themeof
of the ages may find room therein for forroot for70jt foryot
root and growth growthThe growthThe growthThe
The prophet is not only master of ofsome ofsome ofsome
some great i hea ea or set of ideas but is ismastered ism ismastered
mastered m st red by them in the sense that he heis heis heIs
is an instrument played upon by di divine divIne divine ¬
vine forces forcesThen forcesThen forcesThen
Then too the prophet must have havethe havethe harethe
the courage of his convictions The Theprophet Theprophet Theprqphet
prophet must not be a coward he hemust hemust hemust
must have that highest type of cour courage courage courage ¬
age which is rooted in conscience All Allfinest Allfinest Allfinest
finest heroism and all noblest martyr martyrdom martyrdom martyrdom ¬
dom is sustained by this kind of tJur tJurre tJurage iur iurage
age re
Lincoln Lin50ln a Modern Prophet ProphetThere Propl1etThere ProphetThere
There are prophets ancient and andmodern andmodern andmodern
modern major and minor Lincoln al although although l lthough ¬
though a modern prophet it seems to tome tome tome
me is to be ranked among the major majorones majoron6S majorones
ones Lincoln stands in quite as vital vitalrelationship vitalrelationship vitalrelationship
relationship to his nation and his time timeas timeas timeas
as did ever the greatest of Jewish Jewishprophets Jewisqprophets Jewishprophets
prophets to theirs He is just as great greatand greatand greatand
and just as holy a prophet as Jeremiah Jeremiahor
or Elijah ElijahMr ElijahMr Elijahilr
Mr Eddy measured Lincoln the theman theman theman
man by the standard assumed indi indicating indicating mdieating ¬ i
cating his greatness of soul and re responsiveness reponsivcness reponsivcfleSS ¬
sponsiveness to a great noble thought thoughtliving thoughtUving thoughtliving
living in his time His growth in con conscience conscience conscience ¬
science and moral courage was traced tracedand tracedand tracedand
and illustrated and his power of fore foresight fores foresight ¬
sight s ght was commented on He was de described descrIbed described ¬
scribed as a prophet in the sense of ofone ofone ofone
one who caught a vision into his soul souland souland souland
and then gave it expression by exer exercising e exercising er ercising ¬
cising rare qualities of practical ex executive executive cxecutive ¬
ecutive power aided by a mind of ofrare orrare ofrare
rare strength In conclusion Mr MrEddy I 31rEddy MrEddy
Eddy said
Type of Great Soul SoulThis SoulThis SoulThis
This great man of the people is a ap ap aprzhet
p przhet > 55het het for us not so much in what whathe whathe whatlie
he foretold or foresaw as in the sense senseof senseof senseof
of being a type of great souls that thatarise thatarise thatarise
arise always in the hour of trial trialWe trIalWe trialWe
We may 1 ay not borrow his wisdom wisdombut wisdombut wisdombut
but we may iay profit by his spirit for the thepeculiar thepeculiar thepeculiar
peculiar problems of our own time timeWe timeWe timeWe
We have a mighty question looming loomingon
on the horizon of affairs It is i the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of who shall hold the mas mastery mastery mastery ¬
tery of the earth the economic prob problem pro prob1cm b blem ¬
lem of the just distribution of wealth wealthThe wealthThe wealthThe
The issue cannot be avoided It must mustbe mustIbe mustbe
be faced In our hour of trial may maythere maythere maythere
there be in our body politic a saving savingre savingrennant savingremnant
re remnant nnant or minority for great prophet prophetsouls prophetsoul prophetsoulq
souls to personify In the coming bat battles battles batties ¬
tles of democracy may there be beprophets beprophets beprophets
prophets after the type of Lincoln LincolnThursdays LincolnThursdays
0 b bThursdays
Thursdays the day we give tickets ticketsaway ticketsa ticketsaway
away a y for 25 to San Francisco or Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles Phone at once to Salt Lake LakeRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route 1986 1986METEOROLOGICAL 1986METEOROLOGICAL 1986METEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Office ¬
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature 82 S degrees min minimum minim mm mmImum
imum im temperature 29 degrees mean tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature 30 degrees which is 2 degrees degreesbfelow degreesb degreesbelow
below b low the normal Accumulated deficiency deficiencyof deficiencyottemperature
of temperature since the first of the themonth themonth themonth
month 46 degrees Accumulated de deficiency deflcleney j
ficlency of temperature since Jan 1 29 29degrees 29degrees 29degrees
degrees Total precipitation from 6 p m mto mto into
to 6 p m trace Accumulated deficiency deficiencyof defi leney leneyof
of precipitation since the first of the themonth themonth thenionth
month 43 inch Accumulated deficiency deficiencyof i iof
of precipitation p since Jan 1 6 68 Inch Inchf I
1 f 1 I Izs
06 LSJJXtT LSJJXtTLessons 18 11Kr 11Kresons
Lessons zssSGnS sSGnS in ii i ieasily economy economyea economyeasiIy1erned
easily easiIy1erned il learned rnecl t hy
easily ea learned by opening opening a atank atcunt
tank 1 ii account junt Money IS ISiiGsGreaelH is isn isnireadiIy
iiGsGreaelH iiGsGreaelHwLen n nireadiIy tso eadly spent spentVh spentWllCl
wLen Vh n it it must mu f te 1 drawn JraxvnIN drawnout
out outg
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DO DOBth BILL BOARDS BOARDSlOWER BOARDSLOWERMORALS
LOWERMORALS LOWERMORALSSalt lOWER MORALS MORALSSa1t
Salt lakers Have Object lessons oi oiOther of ofOther ofOther
Other Cities Before Them ThemA ThemAPoster ThemAPoster A APoster
Poster Censor CensorTEMPTATIONS CensorTEMPTATIONS CensorTEMPTATIONS
TEMPTATIONS TO YOUTH YOUTHWOMEN YOUTHWO YOUTHWOMEN
WOMEN WO EN SEE ANOTHER ANOTHRPHASE PHASE PH SE IT ITFIGHT IN INFIGHT INFIGHT
FIGHT JUST INAUGURATED INAUGURATEDThe
The fight which Salt Lake club women womeiand womenand womenand
and business men en have brought against againsbill againstbill againstbill
bill boards has been bee based thus far farexplained as asexplained asexplained
explained by representatives on grounds groundof groundsof
of beauty and business businessNow businessNow businessNow
Now club women are asking if there thertmay theremay theremay
may not be other grounds groundsIs
Is it possible that there is a potent potenreason potentreason potentreason
reason why w y restrictions should be placed placeon placedon <
on bill boarders boardersa a reason more im important important Important
portant than either of those afore af re briefly brieflymentioned brieflymentioned brieflynientloned
mentioned mentionedNot mentionedNot nientlonedNot
Not a few advocates of o restrictive or ordinances 01tnances ordinances ¬
dinances answer Yes They find the thereason thereason thereason
reason In the belief that at present bill billboards bIllboards billboards
boards are a corrupter of youthful outhful mor morals morals morals ¬
als They believe that if there were none noneof noneof noneof
of the other evils of increased fire in insurance insurance insurance ¬
surance lowered property values marred marredarchitecture marredarchltecturer marredarchitecture
architecture sufficient would be found foundin foundin foundin
in this one onethat that bill boards are used as asa asa a aa
a vehicle to present for the edification edificationof
of all who look spectacles spectac1esof of a nature naturewhich naturewhich naturewhich
which the street would call raw rawThose rawThose rawThose
Those who complain would not go to tothe totho tothe
the lengths possibly of Springfield SpringfieldMass SpripgfieldMass SpringfieldMass
Mass they consider that the New Eng Englanders Englanders Englanders
landers have gone to unnecessary trouble troublein
in appointing a man whose duty It Is Isto isto Isto
to say what character of posters shall shallor shallor shallor
or shall not be permissible to expose to topublic topublic topublic
public view
Bad for Youth Youther YouthSpringfield YouthSpingf1eld
Springfield Spingf1eld however took this step aft after after
er a a series of underdone posters which whichshocked whichshocked whichshocked
shocked the entire city It now has a aPoster aPoster aPoster
Poster Censor A L Ansteth Mr MrAnsteth MrAnsteth MrAnsteth
Ansteth has been traveling trav llng in the west westand westand westand
and Is now In Denver D nver In a recent in interview interview interview ¬
terview there he expressed great sur surprise surprise surprise ¬
prise that posters such as are weekly weeklyused weeklyused weeklyused
used in Salt Lake City and Denver Denverare
are allowed by the authorities to remain remainovernight remainovernight remainovernight
overnight Mr Ansteth says these pic pictures pictures pietures ¬
tures which are daily and weekly fed fedto fedto fedto
to the youth of Salt Lake are worse worsethan worsethan worsethan
than the horror pictures of Springfie1d Springfie1din
In her palmiest days daysRegarding daysRegarding daysRegarding
Regarding the restrictions placed on onpictures onpictures onpictures
pictures in Springfield Mr Ansteth ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed his views as follows followsFor followsFor followsFor
For three years ears we have had a public publiccensor publiccensor publiccensor
censor of posters in Springfield and we wefind wefind wefind
find that the effect has been noticeable noticeableand noticeableand noticeableand
and gratifying grati ing Crime especially < mong mongthe mongthe mongthe
the younger criminals has been on the thedecrease thedecrease thedecrease
decrease The theatrical companies ob objected objected ohjected ¬
jected at first and sometimes still ob object object object ¬
ject but the council gives me amnle amnlepower amnlepower amplenewer
power tQ say what pictures shall be ex exhiblted exhibited cxhibited
hibited for public view and what shall shallnot shallnot shallnot
not and after one or two legal tussles tussleswe
we have had very little trouble troubleCensor troubleCensor troubleCensor
Censor Ansteth says he discriminates discriminatesbetween discriminatesbetween discriminatesbetween
between users of guns and users of ofswords ofswords ofswords
swords in posters in blood and thunder thunderdisplays thunderdisp1ays thunderdisplays
displays The former form r he believes may mayinduce ma mainduce mayinduce
induce the susceptible to try and emu emulate emu1ate emulate ¬
late the brave and bloody poster heroes heroesIt
It is practically r impossible for a would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be holdup or assassin to get hold of a asword asword
sword or use it murderously Ansteth Anstethanrues Anstethargues Anstethargues
argues he is not adverse to the repro reproduction reproduction reproduction ¬
duction of a duel providing the weap weapons weapon weapons ¬
ons on are swords swordsMr swordsMr swordsirr
Mr Ansteth is bound for Mexico and andCalifornia andCaJifornia andCalifornia
California for the benefit of his health healthwhich healthwhich healthwhich
which he declares has suffered in his hisencounters hisenCounters hisencounters
encounters with obdurate bill posters postersFive postersFive postersFive
Five or six months aero a o objections were weremade weremade weremade
made to certain theatrical posters In Salt SaltLake SnItLake SaltLake
Lake The matter was takento taken to the thecity thecitv thecity
city council At this stage the subject subjectmatter subjectmatter ubjectm
matter m tter of the poster was toned down downTemperature downSPRINGS downPRltt
SPRINGS PRltt GROVJING OJIN COLD COLDTeJTIperature COEDTemperature
Temperature Has Fallen Sev Several Several Several ¬
eral Degrees in Few Weeks WeeksFlow WeeksFlow WeeksFlow
Flow Lessening LesseningFollowing LesseningFollowing LesseningFollowing
Following the announcement that thatWhite thatWhite thatWhite
White Sulphur Spring No 1 of the theWarm theWarm theWarm
Warm Springs has ceased to flow flowcomes flowcomes flowcomes
comes the information that all the thesprings thesprings thesprings
springs are getting colder A falling fallingoff fallingoff
off In the temperature of several de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees has been be n noted in all the water waterflowing waterflowing vaterfloting
flowing hi into to the pool What the cause causeof causeof causeof
of this sudden change in the tempera temperature temperature temperature ¬
ture of the springs can be is not notknown notknown notknown
known knownAt knownAt knownAt
At the present time the hottest hottestspring hottestspring hottestspring
spring registers 107 degrees This is issome issome issome
some three degrees colder than it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been for several years During the thepast thepast thepast
past six weeks the temperature of the thewater thewater thewater
water has varied between 105 1O and 106 106degrees 106degrees 106degree
degrees degreesFive degreesFive degreeFive
Five years ago great apprehension apprehensionwasfelt apprehensionwasfelt apprehensionwasfelt
wasfelt for the Warm Springs At Atthat Attbat Attbattime
that tbattime Him time e the temperature fell as low lowas lowas iowas
as 90 degrees Gradually the water waterbecame waterbecame waterbecame
became warmer in about six months monthsreaching monthsr monthsrfYaching
reaching r chlng normal or 110 degrees degreesMrs degreesMrs degreesMrs
Mrs Henry Barnes the present les lessee lessee lensee ¬
see of the springs says no alarm may maybe maybe maybe
be felt for the future of the Warm WarmSprings WarmSprings WarmSprings
Springs She is of the opinion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the normal temperature will be re restored restored restored ¬
stored soon soonRelative soontelativ soonRelative
Relative to the diminishing of the theflow theflQw theflow
flow of the t e White Sulphur springs springsMrs springsMrs springsMrs
Mrs Barnes said saidJust saidJust saidJust
Just so soon as the tunnel is well wellcleaned wellcl wellcleaned
cleaned cl 3Iled out by blasting blastingthe the flow will willbegin wlllbegin willbegin
begin again I believe that the water waterhas waterhas waterhas
has cut a channel through bedrock bedrockan
an for this reason the flow is being beinglost bE ng
lost A little work will restore the thecomplete thecomplete thecomplete
complete flow flowTALKS flowTALKS flowTARS
TALKS 01 OREVEATON OREVEATONMathonihahihornas HUM HUMMathonihah REVElATIONMathonihah
Mathonihah Mathonihahihornas Thomas Makes MakesAddress MakesAddress MakesAddress
Address in Tabernacle TabernaclePenrose T TabernaclePenrose bernacle bernaclePenrose
Penrose on Preachers PreachersBefore PreachersBefore
Before an audience a dience which completely completelyfiled completelyfiled completelyfiled
filed the Tabernacle Nathaniel Thomas Thomasand Thomasand Thomasand
and Apostle C W Penrose Pe 1rose spoke yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon on the doctrines of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mormon church Following the ser services services ncrvices ¬
vices a special organ recital was given givenby giveniby givenby
by J J J McClellan for the benefit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the visiting Montana editors editorsr editorsMr I IMr
Mr r Thomas discourse was largely largelydoctrinal largelYd largelydoctrinal
d doctrinal < > He argued that the Prophet ProphetJoseph ProphetJoseph ProphetJoseph
Joseph F Smith received divine revela revelations revelations revelations ¬
tionsUniversal tionsUnIversal tions tionsUniversal
Universal salvation was the main mainpoint mainpoint mainpoint
point brought out by Apostle Penros PenrosHe PenrospHe PenroseHe
He sought to prove that all people peopleChristian peopleChristian peopleChrIstian
Christian and heathen alike living up upto up upto upto
to the light as seen by them would wouldsventually wouldeventually wouldeventually
eventually be saved He declared Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian preachers and teachers were in intheir intheir Intheir
their professions for hire more than thanfor thanfor thanfor
for the good of humanityand the glory gloryof
of God GodAsk GodAsk GodAsk
Ask your y ur grocery for Vienna bakery bakerybread bakerybread bakerybread
bread Its the Best
SALT LAKE CITY BOY RIDES DAILY DAILYlOlDFiOi DAIYS DAIYTo
10 lOlDFiOi AND FRO FROM SCHOOL ON ONUN1CY UNICYCLE
S
Photo by J J W Shipler ShiplerCurtis SliiplerCurtis
Curtis Allen and His Wheel
Probably ProbaJ > ly the only nl boy in the country countrywho countrywho countrywho
who rides a unicycle daily to and from fromschool fromschool fromschool
school and andaround around the streets preferring preferringit
it to a bicycle is Curtis Allen of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake He Is 15 years old and Is i taking takingthe takingthe takingthe
the preparatory course in the Training Trainingdepartment Tr ining iningdepartment iningdepartment
department at the Latterday Saints saints col college college college ¬
lege legeI
I saw a man at one of the local the theatres theatres theatres ¬
atres riding one he saidwhen asked how howhe howhe howhe
he had started the habit I went home homeJudge homeISSUES homeISSUES
ISSUES PLUCK PLUCKIN
H IN SALT LAKE LAKJudge LAKEudge
Judge Willis Brown Moves His Anti AntiCigarette AntiCigarette AntiCigarette
Cigarette Journal to toZion toZion toZion
Zion ZionPluck ZionPluck ZionPluck
Pluck Hhe the official organ of the theNational theNational theNational
National AntiCigarette league has hastransferred hastransferred hastransferred
transferred its headquarters from Lo Logansport Logansport + 0 0gansport
gansport Ind to Salt Lake and will willmake willmake willmake
make its appearance today in its Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake dress Pluck is the periodical periodicalwhich periodicalwhich periodicalwhich
which has been published for the past pastfive pastfive pastfive
five years by Judge Willis Brown now nowof nowof nowof
of the Salt Lake juvenile court It has hasa
a circulation of nearly 30000 and andreaches andreaches andreaches
reaches into every state in the Union UnionIt
It has been and will still remain the theofficial theofficial theofficial
official organ org n of the national league leaguebut leaguebut leaguebut
but the headquarters of the league leaguewill leaguewill leaguewill
will not be transferred transferredJudge transferredJudge transferredJudge
Judge Brown has had this step in inmind inmind I
mind for the past few months realiz realizing realizlug ¬ I Iing
ing ever since he became a resident of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah about a year ago that he must mustmake mustmake mustmake I
make the change The final arrange arrangements arrangements ¬ i
ments were recently completed how however however ¬
ever and the stock has been bought boughtup i iu
up u largely by Salt Lake capitalists capitalistswho
who are interested in the line of work workJudge workJudge workJudge
Judge Brown is doing doingThe doingThe doingThe
The plant has not yet been broughthere brought broughthere broughthere
here and till its transfer is completed completedthe
the paper is to be printed by Robert RobertSkriton RobertSk RobertSk4ton
Skriton Sk ton of Provo who is secretary secretaryand secretaryand secretaryand
and treasurer of the Pluck Publishing Publishingcompany Publishingcomp Publishingcompany
company companyThe comp companyThe ny nyThe
The current number is an attractive attractiveone
one containing the first chapter of a astory astory astory
story which Judge Brown is writing writingfor
for an eastern publishing house from fromwhom fromwhom fromwhom
whom he secured permission to pub publish publish publish ¬
lish it in serial form in Pluck It Is IsReddy isReddy isReddy
Reddy and the Five Points Gang Gangand Gangand Gangand
and six boys noted in the Salt Lake Lakejuvenile Lakejuvenile Lakejuvenile
juvenile court are the main characters charactersin
in it itThe itThe ItThe
The boys band is shown on one onepage Onepage onepage
page with L P Christensen as lead leader leader leader ¬
er Incidentally 1000 copies of this thisissue thisissue thisIssue
issue have been donated to the boys boysof bo boysof Y Yof
of this thisb band nd the proceeds of which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will go toward the band The boys are areto areto areto
to do the selling themselves themselvesiiQ themselvesTRAIN themselvess themselvesTRAIN
s
TRAIN KillS kIftSYOllN iiQ LLo vniiH YOUNG luUR luURPark GREEI GREEIPark RE1 RE1Park
Park City Local Strikes Wagon Wagonof
of G Korakis at State StateStreet StateStreet StateStreet
Street Crossing CrossingGus
Gus Korakis an 18yearold Greek Greekemployed Greekemployed Greekemployed
employed by his lii uncle Louis Korakis Korakismanager Korakismanager ICorakismanager
manager of the Royal bakery of Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray was killed instantly by the Park Parkity ParkCity ParkCity
City ity regular re l1ar passenger pa senger train on the theRio theRio th thRio
Rio Grande about 830 oclock yester yesterday YCtsterday yeslerday ¬
day morning morningKorakis morningKorakis morningKorakis
Korakis had collected a load of sun sunplies sunplies UD UDplies
plies in Salt Lake and was returning returningto
to Murray As the train drew near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the State street stre t crossing between betweenTwelfth betweenTwelfth betweenTwelfth
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets str ets a whis whistle whistle whistie ¬
tle was sounded but Korakis failed to tohear tohcar tohear
hear this He drove his wagon at attached attachedto attached ¬
tached tachedto to a single horse on the track trackdirectly trackdirectly trackdirectly
directly in front of the engine The Thewagon Thewa3on Thewagon
wagon was demolished and the boy was wasdragged wasdragged wasdragged
dragged some distance by the pilot pilothis pUothis pilothis
his head striking the ties He was dead deadwhen deadwhen deadwhen
when passengers on the train reached reachedhis reachedhis reachedhis
his side sideThe sideThe sideThe
The body ody was taken to the Evans un undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
dertaking parlors An examination re revealed revealed revealed ¬
vealed a complete fracture of the base baseof baseof baseof
of the skull The body was not dis disfigured disfigured dInfigured
figured figuredA
A brother of the dead deadboy boy bo Y lives some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where in Colorado and he and the uncle uncleare uncleare uncleare
are the only relatives living in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country Korakis had lived in Murray Murrayfor
for several years yearsThursdays yearsThursdays yearss yearsThursdays s
Thursdays the day we give tickets ticketsaway tIcketsaway ticketsaway
away for 25 to San Francisco F ancisco or Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LostAngeles
Angeles Phone at once on ± e toSalt tO Salt Lake LakeRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route 1986 i
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and thought that I would build one I Imade Imade Imade
made It from an old bicycle I have two twoof twoof twoof
of them now with a third being made madeHis madeIDs madeHis
His principal reason for riding one onewas onewas onewas
was just for the fun of it itI itI ItI
I dislocated one finger in learning to toride toride toride
ride he said but in several weeks I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was able jto to ride without much trouble troubleand troubleand troubleand
and now I can do several stunts with It ItIn itIn it itIn
In comparison with a u bicycle bicy le he h said saidthat saidthat saidthait
that the onewheeled machine wasmuch wasmucheasier was much mucheasier mucheasier
easier to work worltand arid that this was espec especially ¬
ially noticeable in going up hills hillsEvangelist hmsTHIRTY humTEIIATY
THIRTY CONVERTS ARE MADE rADEEvangelist MADEEvangelist
Evangelist Coburn Reaps Fruit FruitMeeting FruitMeeting FruitMeeting
Meeting to Continue All AHWeek AllWeekMens AllWeekMens
Week WeekMens Mens Service ServiceRev
Rev William F Coburn the Boston Bostonevangelist BostonevangeUst Bostonevangelist
evangelist who has beeriy bem conducting conductingservices conductingservices conductingservices
services in Salt Lake for the past two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks addressed a large audience last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night an the auditorium of the Y M MC 11C MC
C A In the neighborhood of thirty thirtyconverts thirtyconverts thirtyconverts
converts converts were mad He took for his histext histext histext
text But Naaman was a leper < Mr MrCoburn 1lrCoburn MrCoburn
Coburn likened sin to leprosy He also alsoshowed alsoshowed alsoshowed
showed by biblical quotations that thatthose thatthose thatthose
those afflicted with leprosy in the olden oldendays Qldendays oldendays
days were loath to act according to toadvice toa toadvice
a advice vice in the matter of being healed healedt healedCarrying healedCarrying
t Carrying out the metaphor he showed showedthat showedthat showedthat
that the sinners of today refuse to ac accept accept accept ¬
cept religion as the healing and cleans cleansing cleansing cleansing ¬
ing process prO ess for sin sinBeginning sinBeginning sinBeginning
Beginning today all meetings will willtake willtake willtake
take on the character of union ser services services services ¬
vices All Christian chufch in Salt SaltLake SaItLake SaltLake
Lake will be called upon to assist in hithe inthe Inthe
the work of evangelizing unbelievers unbelieversThe unbelieversThe unbelieversThe
The union meetings will be held in the theauditorium theauaitorium theauditorium
auditorium of the th Y M C A at 730 730oclock 730oclock 730oclock
oclock every evening A special pray prayer prayer prayer ¬
er service for men will be held at 1230 1230p
p m today to ay in the same place Every Everyafternoon Everyafternoon Everyafternoon
afternoon at 330 oclock this week Mr MrCoburn lrCoburn MrCoburn
Coburn will give at the First Presby ¬
terian church Quiet Talks 1 lks on the
Christian Life LifeMorton LifeTID
0 0THIRD
THIRD BODY IS BROUGHT IN INMorton INMorton
Morton Brunner Expires as Re Result Result Resuit ¬
sult of Explosion on West Western Western Westem ¬
ern em Pacific PacificThe
The Th body bOdy of the third victim of the theexplosion theexplosion theexplosion
explosion which occurred on Wednes Wednesday Wednesdaj Wednesday ¬
day morning on the line of the Western WesternPacific WesternPacific WesternPacific
Pacific railroad sixtyfive miles west westof westof westof
of Salt Lake was brought into the city citylast citylast citylast
last night and placed in charge chargeof of Un Undertaker Undertaker Undertaker ¬
dertaker Joseph Wm Taylor The Thename Thename Thename
name of Morton Brunner is supposed supposedto
to be b that of the dead man Papers Papersbearing Papersbearing Papersberlng
bearing that name were found In his hispockets hispockets hispockets
pockets Brunners death was due to toInternal tointernal tointernal
Internal injuries He died Saturday
having been in a semiconscious con condition condition
dition since the accident Wednesday
He was wa about 35 years old and it is issupposed isstpposed IsSrpposed
supposed he was a former resident of ofIowa ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa In a wallet found in one df dfBrunners f fBrunners fBrunners
Brunners pockets there was a tax re receipt r rceipt receipt ¬
ceipt made in his name from the thecounty thecotnty thecounty
county treasurer of Union county Ia laat Iaat Iaat
at Creston It shows that Brunner Brunnerowns Brunnerowns Brunnerownsat
owns ownsat at least one lot somewhere in that thatcounty thatcounty thatcounty
county and state The date of the re receipt receipt receipt ¬
ceipt is July 24 1905 The envelope envelopecontaining envelopecontaining envelopecontaining
containing the document bears a re receiving receiving receiving ¬
ceiving postmark of Farmington Utah
July J ly 28 1905 The Th sending postmark is
Cieston Cr eston Iowa IowaUndertaker IowaUndertak IowaUndertaker
Undertaker r Taylor will communicate communicatewith c communicatewith mmunicatewith
with the county treasurer at Creston
in the hope of learning who Brunners Brunnersrelatives Brunnersrelatives Brunnersrelatives
relatives are areAll areTHA areEAtiKTIS
THA EAtiKTIS K IS jib LAID SWIFTLY SWIFTLYAU 1EJLY 1EJLYAU
AU Records Are Broken on the theLas theLas theLas
Las Vegas Tonopah TonopahRailroad TonopahRailroad TonopajiRailroad
Railroad RailroadA
A Nevadaman who was in the city cityyesterday cityyesterday cityyesterday
yesterday told a story of the th rapidity rapiditywith rapiditywith rapiditywith
with which the theIas Las as Vegas Tonopah Tonopahrailroad Tonopahrailroad Tonopahrailroad
railroad is beg constructed constructedA
uA A short time ago f said he 9800 9800feet 9800feet 9800feet
feet of track was laid in a single day dayThis dayThis dayThis
This is believed to break all records recordsfor recordsfor recordsfor
for track trac laying Jan Ja 4 1 and Jan 30 30twentytJireemiles 30twenty 30twentythreernlies
twentytJireemiles twenty miles of track was com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted and Id rej1e urfaced Indian Springs Springsfc SpringsfNtyftJF Springsfcrtyfl4
fc rtyfiJA fcrtyfl4 < p riffles lies from frO m Las Vegas will willprobably willprobably wiltprobably
probably tie reached by Feb 25 and andtrains andtrains andtraIns
trains will be in operation oper tlon to that point pointby poIntby pointby
by March 1 according accord1n to present presentplans presentplans presentplans
plans
WOULD CRUSH CRUSHALL CRUSHALL
ALL CAP CAPITALISTS CAPITALISTSWI IT AUSTS AUSTSa
a i
W S Dalton in Speech at Labor LaboiHall LaborHall
Hall all Advocates Industrial IndustrialRepiiblio Indu Indutria1Republic trial trialRepublic I
Republic RepiiblioFAVORS RepublicFAVORS I II IFAVDRS I I
FAVORS POLITICAL POLlTl AL ACTION ACTIONTALKS ACTIONTALKS ACTIONTALKS
TALKS AGAINST UNIONS UNIONSOF OF THE THECRAFTS THECRAFTS THECRAFTS
CRAFTS CRAFTSCrushing CRAFTSp CRAFTSCrushing CRAFTSCrushing
p
Crushing of capitalists c and the crea creation creation creation ¬
tion of an anindustrial industrial republic were ad advocated advocated advocated ¬
vocated by W S Dalton in a speech at atFederation atFederation atFederation
Federation of Labor halt hal last even evening evening evenlug ¬
ing The subject of his talk was The TheRight TheRight TheRight
Right and Wrong of Unionism Mr MrDalton MrDalton
Dalton said in part partThe partThe partThe
The history of labor unionism is isthe isthe isthe j
the record of the struggle of the work working working working ¬
ing class to better their condition conditionThis conditionTliis conditionThis
This struggle has been not only a des desperate desperate denperate ¬
perate but a blind and bloody one oneCarried oneCarried oneCarried
Carried on in the beginning by the theskilled theskilIed theskilled
skilled trades with no thought fqr for the thebetterment thebetterment thebetterment
betterment of their unskilled brothers brothersits
its main object at times appeared to tobe tobe tobe
be to build up a monopoly for fqr a few fewmechanics fewmechanics fewmechanics
mechanics and to bar out all others othersBut othar9But othersBut
But the development of the laborsav laborsaving laborsaving laborsaving ¬
ing machine tends more and more to tostrike tostrike tostrike
strike the armor of skill from the thebreast thebreast thebreast
breast of the mechanic and to place placehim placehim Placehim
him on a level with all other workers workersso
so we find the union extending its itsscope itsscope itsscope
scope and taking under its banner bannervast bannervast bannervast
vast numbers of workers who had no noplace noplace noplace
place in the old guild system of craft craftunionism craftunionism craftunionism
unionism In this as well as in other otherthings otherthings otherthings
things the machine has proven itself itselfthe itselfthe Itselfthe
the great social revolutionist Those Thosewho Thosewho Thosewho
who obey its orders and adapt them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves to the changes it institutes will willsurvive willsurvive willsurvive
survive those who oppose it be they theylabor theylabor theylabor
labor unions or nations will be becrushed becrushed becrushed
crushed and destroyed destroyedAims destroyedAims destroyedAihis
Aims Are Extended ExtendedAs
As unionism grew and extended so soalso soalso soalso
also did its aims and objects enlarge enlargeand enlargeand enlargeand
and change Craft unionism fought foughtfor foughtfor foughtfor
for a few dollars more and a few fewhours fewhours fewhours
hours less It accepted the wage age sys system system systern ¬
tem that is the buying and selling of oflabor oflabor oflabor
labor power as a finality It Had h d no nohigher nohigher nohigher
higher vision of the working class classthan classthan classthan
than that of a permanent merchan merchandise merchandIse merchandisc ¬
dise which sold itself in the modern modernslave modernslave modernslave
slave auction called fie ie labor mar market market market ¬
ket and got the bestterms best terms possible possibleIts
Its weapons were as futile and fool foolish foolish foolish ¬
ish as its ideal was degraded The Thestrike Thestrike Thestrike
strike means pitting empt empt stomachs stomachsand stomachsand stomachsand
and slim purses against full stomachs stomachsand stomachsand stomachsand
and millions Not only did the unor unorganized unorganized unorganized ¬
ganized workers scab on the strikers strikersbut strikersbut strikersbut
but the rest of the unions promptly promptlyturned promptlyturned promptlyturned
turned their members into scabs by bycontinuing bycontinuing bycontinuing
continuing at work producing and car csrrying crrying carrying
rying material helping strike brerk brerkers br breLkels
ers militia and police to shoot the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers into submission and in ten general en eneral I Ieral
eral aiding the employers to crush the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers strikersThose strikersThose strikersThose
Those unions that depend today on onthe onthe onthe
the oldfashioned strike and refuse to tolearn tolearn tolearn
learn the lesson taught by the ma machine machIne machine ¬
chine are as surely doomed to extinc extinction extinction extinction ¬
tion as a savage tribe in the face of ofan ofan ofan
an oncoming civilized race raceThe raceThe raceThe
The battle for the universal union unionshop unionshop unionshop
shop miscalled the closed clos d shop shopcan shopcan shopcan
can never be won by the tactics of the theold theold theold
old craft unionism Industrial union unionism unionism unionism ¬
ism alone is capable of winning such sucha
a victory victoryEvery victoryEvery victoryEvery
Every victory for the eighthour eighthourday eighthourday
day Has been won by disregarding the trieadvice theadvice theadvice
advice of the fakir leaders to keep out outof outof outof
of politics politicsIndustrial politicsIndustrial I IIndustrial
Industrial unionism regards the so socalled 50calIed socalled I
called strike as criminal nonsense or orworse or orworse orworse
worse It teaches that it is almost as asfoolish asfoolish asfoolish
foolish for the single union u ion to pit its itsslim itsslim itsslim
slim resources against the employer employeras
as it is for the individual workman to togo togo togo
go out alone on strike This does not notmean notmean notmean
mean that the Industrial Workers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the World will not resist the masters mastersof mastersthe
of the he bread but we shall choose the thebattleground thebattleground thebattleground
battleground and select the weapons weaponsguided weaponsguided weaponsguided
guided by our experience in the class classwar classwar classwar
war and our knowledge of the powerwe power powerwe powerwe
we possess as citizens citizensFor citizensFox citizensFor
For the disrupting and dividing dividingprinciple dividingprin dividingprlnlple
principle prin of an aristocracy of labor laboron laboron laboron
on which craft unionism is based we wesubstitute wesubstitute wesubstitute
substitute the uniting principle of the thesolidarity thesolidarity thesolidarity
solidarity of labor which declares the thesection thesection thesection
section hand a brother to the engineer engineerIn
In place of a blind struggle for the full fulldinner fulIdinner fulldinner
dinner pail we rally the producing producingclass producingclass producingclass
class of the nation into one grand grandarmy grandarmy grandarmy
army of labor l bor for the he complete over overthrow overthrow overthrow ¬
throw of the wageslave system and andthe andthe andthe
the establishment of an industrial re republic republic republic ¬
public wherein the worker will receive receivethe rec receivethe ive ivethe
the full ull value of his product productAttacks productAttacks ProductAttacks
Attacks Civic Federation FederationThe
The oldstyle craft union could win winvictories winvictories winvictories
victories against competing employes employeswho em emloyeswho lo es eswho
who would not organize but it goes goesdownto goesdown goesdownto
downto down to defeat when it engages in a astruggle astruggle astruggle
struggle with the organized trust The TheCivic TheCivic TheCivic
Civic Federation attempts to soothe soothethe soothethe soothethe
the dying moments of craft unionism unionismwith unionismwith unionismwith
with cheap platitudes about arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion and conciliation The struggle strugglebetween strugglebetween strugglebetween
between freedom and slavery can cannever cannever cannever
never be arbitrated The producers of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this nation must own the trusts or the thetrusts thetrusts thetrusts
trusts will own the producers producersThe
The Industrial Workers of the World Worldas
as an organization is not affiliated affiliatedwith affiliatedwith affiliatedwith
with any political party We plainly plainlyproclaim plainlyproclaim plainlyproclaim
proclaim our ultimate object to be to totake totake totake
take and hold that which we produce produceby
by our ur labor We mean by this that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when the voters in the exercise of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their political rights shall decree that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the machinery o of production pro uction must be berestored berestored berestored
restored to the people the Industrial IndustrialWorkers IndustrialWorkers IndustrialWorkers
Workers of the World will back up upthat upthat upthat
that decree in the mill mine shop and andrailroad andrailroad andrailroad
railroad and crusty crus crush any attempt at attreason attreason attreason
treason on the part of the usurping usurpingcapitalist usurpingcapItallst usurpingcapitalist
capitalist class by locking out the div dividend dividend dlvMend ¬
idend drawers and andmaking making the indus industries industrIes industries ¬
tries of the United States a closed closedshop closedshop closedshop
shop against parasites para ites and exploit exploiters ¬
ers ersAll All students of social conditions are areagreed areagreed areagreed
agreed the next great social change changewill changewIll changewill
will be the conquest of greater eco economic economic economic ¬
nomic freedom As the battle for re religious religious religious ¬
ligious liberty resulted in secular po political political political ¬
litical government so the battle for foreconomic foreconomic foreconomic
economic freedom will result in chang changing changing changing ¬
ing political government into indus industrial industrial industrial ¬
trial administration The Industrial IndustrialWorkers IndustrialWorkers IndustrialWorkers
Workers of the World is today the theembryo theembryo theembryo
embryo the foreshadowing of the theform theform theform
form of the future society where poll politics poIiti polltics ¬
ti tics 5 will really mean m an the science of ofproduction ofproduction ofprdductlon
production and where fraternalism fraternalismwilltake fraternalismwiUtake fraternalismwifftake
willtake the place of the present class classwar Classwar classwar
warJ warJ war warJ
J W Daviqs Davi s was applauded when whenhesang whenhe whenhesang
he hesang s ng The Song That Reached My MyHeart MyHeart 1fyHeart
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May there be many more productions productionsat
at the Grand theater of as much merit meritas
as My Wifes Family which opened openedfor openedfora openedfor
for fora a run of four nights and two mati matinees matinees matinees ¬
nees last evening Dainty maids char character character character ¬
acter comedians and a plot that allows allowsfor allowsfor allowsfor
for many funny situations keep the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience laughing throughout the en entire entire entire ¬
tire performance There is always room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for surprises in families of this par particular particular particular ¬
ticular nature but this play is a truly trulybig trulybig trulybig
big surprise Patrons of the Grand Grandwho Grandwho Grandwho
who expect a farce with little or no noattention noattention noattention
attention to details will find one of the themost themost themost
most amusing musical comedies seen seenhere seenhere seenhere
here in some time timeMy timey timeMy
My y in this case case stand for Jack JackGay JackGay JackGay
Gay and his wifes families keep Mr MrGay llrGay MrGay
Gay busy all the time There are three threeacts threeacts threeacts
acts representing one day at Mr Gays Gayssummer Gayssummer Gayssummer
summer home and giving ample illus illustration illustration illustration ¬
tration of the ease with which he gets getsinto getsinto getsinto
into trouble through his annexed re relatives relatives relatives ¬
latives and the difficulty with which whichhe whichlie whichhe
he releases himself from various pre predicaments predicaments predicaments ¬
dicaments dicamentsAS
AS A < S Arabella Nagg My Iy Wifes Moth Mother ¬
er Lorraine Keene did an excellent excellentpiece excellentpiece excellentpiece
piece of character work As S one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the greatest mars to her soninlaws soninlawshappiness SOl1inlawshappiness soninlawshappiness
happiness she ia i 1 one of the best of the thefun thefun thefun
fun producers Charles Mitchell and B BE EE l lE
E Perry come next only because lad ladies ladies ladlen ¬
ies are first Mr Mitchell is long and andnegatively andnegatively andnegatively
negatively humorous in the part of ofNoah ofNoah ofNoah
Noah Nagg the fatherinlaw Mr MrPerry MrPerry MrPerry
Perry interprets the leading part of ofDoc ofDoc ofDoe
Doc Knott Kn > tt to the entire satisfaction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the audience audienceThere audienceThere audienceThere
There are a number of pretty girls girlsand girlsand girlsand
and several songs which sound good groodA goodA
A feature that will appeal to lovers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the auto is in the secdnd act where wherean
an auto repairing scene is given There Thereis
is a special matinee today Ruby Ray Raymond Raym Raymond ¬
mond m nd was among other members of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company whp pleased with dancing and andmusical andmusical andmusical
musical numbers numbersWatsons numbersWatsons numbersWatsons
Watsons Oriental Oriental Burlesquers will willbe winbe willbe
be the he attraction at a special matinee matineeat
at the Lyric theater this afternoon afternoonThis afternoonThis
This company Is giving a clever farce farceand farceand
and one other in addition to a good goodvaudeville goodvaudEvile goodvaudeville
vaudeville olio olioThe 0110The olioThe
The sale of seats for the Modjeska Modjeskatestimonial l1odjeskatestimonial Modjeskatestimonial I
testimonial will open at the Salt Lake Laketheater Laketheater Laketheater
theater box office off ice tomorrow at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock The repertory is as follows followsThursday foHowsTnursday followsThursday
Thursday and Saturday eveningsMac eveningsMacbeth evenings Mac Macbeth Macbeth
beth Friday evening and Saturday Saturdaymatinee Saturdaymatinee Saturdaymatinee
matinee Mary Stuart StuartThe StuartThe StuartThe
The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Beastbooked Beastbooked Beastbooked
booked to play an engagement of three threenights threenights threenights
nights and matinee at the Salt Lake Laketheater Laketheater Laketheater
theater beginning tonight proved to be beone beone beone
one of the greatest spectacular produc productions productions productions ¬
tions ever witnessed in America when whenit
it was presented at the Broadwav Broadwavtheater Broadwavtheater Broadwaytheater
theater New York and among the themany themany themany
many patrons of the house during its itslong itslong itslong
long run it caused a real sensation sensationIn
In company and production it presents presentsthe presentsthe presentsthe
the very best that money could pro provide provIde provide ¬
vide videTo vIdeTo videTo
To those who are not familiar with withthe withthe withthe
the legends of the Holy Grail and andIntend andintend andintend
Intend being present at the perform performance performance performance ¬
ance of Parsifal at the Salt Lake Laketheater Laketheater Laketheater
theater on Oil the nights of Feb 19 20 and
21 it would not be out of place to sug suggest suggest suggent ¬
gest that they could read up on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject before that date dat to their ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage In doing so they will not notonly notonly notonly
only experience the pleasure of the de delightful delightful delightful ¬
lightful reading but they will also con considerably considerably considerably ¬
siderably enhance their appreciation appreciationand appreciation appreciationand
and enjoyment of the beautiful spec spectacle spectacle spectacle ¬
tacle Itself There is plenty of good goodmaterial goodmaterial goodmaterial
material on the subject that can be besecured besecured besecured
secured at any first class booksellers booksellersor
or library libraryAFRICA librarirAFRICA
9 e eFRICA
AFRICA JNVADES CHINALaundr CHINALaundryman CHINA CHINALaundryman
Laundryman Laundr man Is Despoiled by Two TwoScions TwoScions TwoS
Scions of Colored Race RaceWing RaceWing RaceWing
S
Wing Ching a Chinese laundryman laundrymanwhose laundrymanwhose laundrymanwhose
whose place of business is on Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street and Franklin avenue was wasrobbed wasrobbed wasrobbed
robbed of 1160 116 by two negroes early earlyyesterday earlyyesterday earlyyesterday
yesterday morning John J olm Rolla was wasidentified wasidentified wasIdentified
identified as one of the men by the theChinaman theChinaman theChinarnan
Chinaman yesterday afternoon in the thepolice tilepolice thepolice
police station The two negroes gained gainedan
an entrance into the house by pretend pretending pretending pretendIng ¬
ing to be in quest of hot water They Theyransacked Theyransacked Theyransacked
ransacked the house after frightening frighteningthe
the Chinaman into keeping silent silentRIOT silentRIOT silentRIOT
RIOT WITH WITHIMPUNITY WITHIMPUNITYMen IMPUNITY IMPUNITYMen
Men and Women Fight on Main MainStreet MainStreet MainStreet
Street Undisturbed UndisturbedFor
For half an hour between 6 and 630 630oclock 630oclock 630oclock
oclock last evening a drunken crowd crowdof
of men and women wrangled at Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South and Main streets Numerous Numerouspersons Numerouspjrsons Numerouspersons
persons waiting for cars were forced to tosee tosee tosee
see fist fighting and to hear torrents of ofprofanity ofprofanIty ofprofanity
profanity and obscenity obscenityNo
No representatives of the official officialpolice officIalpolice officialpolice
police force was anywhere around and andthe andthe andthe
the rioters were undisturbed undisturbedOf
Of course its announced by Utahs Utahsmost Utahsmost Utahsmost
most popular road this rate of 25 to toSan toSan toSan
San Francisco or < Los Angeles Big Bigsale BIgsale Bigsale
sale opens Feb 15th Salt Lake Route
The Strenuous StrenuousLife
Life LifeResults 1 1Results
Results in Stomach Troubles Ti T ± olbles bles and andPhysical andPhysical antiPhysical
Physical Breakdown BreaJdl wn P C CSchramm CSchramm CSchramm
Schramm Offers Simple S mpl Remedy RemedyThe
The strenuous life of modern tim tinltforces ti pj pjforces 3 3forces
forces people to rush though the thfweals thrmeals T Tmeals
meals hastily hurrying from the tab tabin tabin tatIn
in the mad rush after the almighty almightydollar almIghtyd alm1ghtdollar
dollar d dollarThe 011 ar arThe V
The result is incompiea Incomplw digestion digestioninflammation dlgestiOTiinflammation digestloinflammation
inflammation of the walls of tl tlstomach t11 t11stomach Vstomach
stomach and lack of secretion s r t1on of tl ngastric tigastric i igastric
gastric juices ending in chronic c1 ronic storu storuach stHllnch simach
ach trouble and nervous breakdown breakdownHow breakdownHow breakdowiHow
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more slowly cure the stomach troubl troublwith troub1with troubwith >
with Miona and soon regain perfe < t thealth thealth
health The headaches sleeplessness sleeplessnessnervous sleeplessnernervous F Fnervous
nervous troubles pain after eating eatinsspecks eatingspecks eatin eatinspecks
specks before the eyes backaches me meancholy meT meTancholy meancholy
ancholy and gloomy foreboding wouli woulibe wouHbe wou t tbe
be soon overcome and perfect health healthand healthand healthand
and strength would be restored restoredProper restoredProper restoredProper
Proper treatmenJ of o the weakened weakeneddigestive weakeneidigestive weakeneldigestive
digestive organs with nona wrl wrlcure wncure w l lcure
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The results of this treatment are areastonishing PO POastonishing Fr Frastonlsl
astonishing astonlsl ng and so pronounced that thatthose thathose tbathose +
those who have tried it never fail t tappreciate tappreciate tappreciate > >
appreciate its value as a healing ager agerSo agenSo agerSo +
So reliable Is Miona In curing all allforms aUforms z zforms
forms of stomach weakness and trou troubles troubles troubles ¬
bles that F C Schramm gives a sfgnptIguarantee signed signedguarantee signedguarantee
guarantee that the remedy will cost costnothing costnothing costnothing
nothing unless it cures Each box nf ofMiona nf1Iiona nfMicna
Miona sells for 50 cents and Is in invaluable Inv1Lluable li lisraluable ¬
valuable to anyone who suffers wit1 wit1stomach w wIndigestion
Indigestion nervousness or we westomach Westomach
stomach stomachFor stomachFor stomachFor
For sale by F C Schramm Schramm comer comerFirst COl1fFirst corncFirst
First South and Main streets str strets ts whey wheythe whplfthe nhe nhethe
the cars stop stopFOREIGN stopFOREIGN stopFOREIGN
FOREIGN OFFICE IS ISWITHOUT ISWITHOUT ISWITHOUT
WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE KNOWLEDGELOndon
LOndon L ndon Feb 11 HNeither Neither the foreigu foreiguoffice forelgoffice
office nor the Indian office had any anyknowledge an arknowledge
knowledge of tile British garrison i iThibet IThibet
Thibet being surrounded by hostile hostiletribes hostiktribes hosti hostitribes
tribes tribesReynolds tribesReynolds tribesReynolds
Reynolds Weekly Newspaper of ofLondon oj ojLondon o oLondon
London published on Suaay gi1Nbi morning morninga niomir niomira
a story to the effect effeetthsithe thaETlhe tb t1be British BritUUgwrrison BrIthhgmrison Britishgrrison
gwrrison left in Thibet hd been sur surrounded su surounded Ut Utrounded ¬
rounded and that an expedition for ifi ifirelief P1relief I Irelief
relief was necessary necessaryFor necessfUYg necessfUYFor necessaryFor
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with privilege to repay your loan arv arvtime 31 31time iitime
time without notice stopping interest interestcall int interestcall rst rstcaIl
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of trade that will be a conveni convenience convenience convenience ¬
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improvements we are striving strivingfor s strivingfor Ying Yingfor
for and our decision to carry carryeverything carryeverything carryeverything
everything that is best in wines winesand winesand winesand
and liquors has mt m t with un unqualified unqua1ified Unqualified ¬
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and wines of rare vintage v ntage a free freephones freedelivery Ii
delivery system and three tele telephonesall I IphonesaU
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