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4 4 4 1 THE SALT S ALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY EDli SDAY APRIL 4 1906
1 I1 SALT LAK URAlD URAlDPublished
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St Louis LouisThe The Planters The Southern SoutharnAMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS TODAY TODAYOrpheum
Orpheum OrpheumVandovjlle Vandovllle
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WEATHER FOR SALT LAKE LAKESnow LAKESnow LAKESnow
Snow SnowTHE SnowTHE SnowTHE
THE METALS METALSSilver METALSSilver METALSSilver
Silver 64 P4o 0 per ounce
Copper casting ISo per pound
Ioad 535 53 per 100 pounds poundsQHANCE poundsCHANCE poundsCHANCE
CHANCE FOR POLICY HOLDERS HOLDERSThe
The governor of New York has liassigned hassigned hassigned
signed the bill postponing the elec election electIon dee deetion ¬
tion of directors In mutual life Insur Insurance insurance Insurance ¬
ance companies until Nov 15 and in invalidating JuyaUdating Invalidating ¬
validating all proxies Issued prior to toSept toSept tcSept
Sept 15 Naturally this will invali invalidate Invalidate invalidate ¬
date the proxies gathered by Thomas ThomasW Thomaw
W Lawson and by the insurance com companies companIes cornpaffles ¬
panies themselves So all of this la labor labor Iabor ¬
bor must be gone through again The Thetwo Thetwo ThEtwo
two bIg companies affected are the theMutual the1Iutual theMutual
Mutual and the New York Life The TheKqultable Ther TheEquitable
Equitable r Is a stock company and Is Istherefore tstherefore Istherefore
therefore unaffected by the law lawNotwithstanding lawNotwithstanding lawNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the extra expense expenseto expensto
to which the gentlemen who have been beenFO beenfO beerso
FO eagerly collecting proxies will be beput beput b bput
put the law is a good one It will willgive willgIve
wilI
give people time in which to think the thesituation thesltu flusituation I
situation sltu tlon over calmly and to decide decideas decidas
as a to the proper course to pursue pursueDoubtless pursuenlubtless pursueDnubtless
Doubtless hundreds of persons who whornt whof wh whnt
rnt f > nt proxies to Lawson in the first firstrush firstrush flr8 flr8rush
rush of indignation over the stories storiesof storhsbf
of If insurance ln urance grafting gr fting are sorry now nowthat nowthat nosthat
that they did so True the theproxios theproxiosould proxies proxiescould rOxio S SC
could C be revoked rey ked at any tim time but the thejRSgRge thepRsge tliiiRasage
jRSgRge of the law makes the sailing sailingmuch sallin sallinTI1 sLlinmuch
much TI1 uch smoother smootherBetween smootherBetween smoatherBetween
Between now and Sept 15 holders of ofinsurance ofjnsuraD o r rinsurILee
insurance < e policies will do a lot of ofthinking a t tthinking
thinking 1 hlnkln and planning for the protec protection protection protection ¬
tion of their Interests One of the best bestplans bestjplan t trilans
plans that has been proposed is for forelate forta fo r rvtate
elate ta te meetings of policy holders It Itshould Ithuld 1 t tshould
should < not be a difficult matter to get gettogether getosether ge I Iogether
together at convenient points In the thevarious thevarlous th thvarious
various states conventions of policy policyholders po1feholders poBcholders
holders Those in attendance at these thesemeetings those1leeUngs S SueetIngs
meetings could talk things over among amongth amongthm anion anionthemselves
th thm themselves < mselv elvu B Representatives of the thecompanies theompanies tb C Ccompanies
companies < or of Mr Lawson should shouldbe i ibe
be barredfrom barred from the convention to the theend thefOnd tb e eend
end that no outside Influences could couldbe couldbp coulihe
be worked workedThe workedThe workedThe
The normal thing for the conven conventions conventions conventions ¬
tions to do would be to elect some someprominent someprominent soin S Sprominent
prominent man from each state to go goto goto g a ato
to New York to attend the meeting meetingthat meetingthat meetIn g gthat
that Is to elect the directors Every Everypolicy EveryloUcy Ever ir irpolicy
policy holder at each state conven convention convention convention ¬
tion would give his proxy to the man manselected manslected ma L Lselected
selected by the convention and those thosedelegates thosedelegates 0 0delegates
delegates would wield considerable In Influence Influenoe Influenoo ¬
fluence at the New York meeting They Theymight Theymight The y ymight
might get together before the date so selected solected solasted ¬
lected for the election of trustees and andagree andagree an d dagree
agree on a list of names It Is cer certain ce1tatn certhin = ¬
thin that all on onthe the list would be elect elected elected elected ¬
ed for the delegates from the states stateswould stateswould S Swould
would hold a large majority of the theproxies theproxIes th e eproxies
proxies proxiesThis proxIesThis proxiesThis
This seems as close to effective per personal persona personal ¬
sonal sona representation as the policy policyholders polic policholders y yholders
holders can get unless they go to New NewYork NewTorle v vYork
York themselves and vote Individually Individuallyon Individuall y yon
on their policies and that plan Is too toounwieldy toounwleld to 0 0unwieldy
unwieldy unwleld too cumbersome to merit at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention tentionpOWNFALL tentionDOW tentlonDOWNFALL
DOWNFALL DOW FALL OF DOWIE DOWIEJohn DOWIEJohn E EJohn
John Alexander Dowia prophet of ofthe ofthe c i ithe
the church of Zion fa so utterly with without without without ¬
out honor In his ova church and in the thetity thedty Ui Uitity
tity th that t he founded that his own wife wifehas wifehas wit withas
has publicly renounced him and his hisson l1ison iii is isson
son on has gone with the wife and moth mother L Ler ¬
er r Dowle Is charged with extrava extravagance oCtravaance L Lgance ¬
gance ance and mismanagement and with withpreaching withprtnchlnb wit ii
iiT
preaching the doctrine of polygamy polygamyHis poiygamHis T
His followers took snap snap judgment on onhim onhim o 1 1him
him at a meeting held in Zion City de deposed deposed deposed ¬
posed Wra m from his overseership and andappointed anda an c cappointed
appointed a poinlod a successor Thus all of ofDowies ofDowfels c cDowies
Dowies wall laid plans to make him himself hlmlf 1 1self ¬
self lf rich at the expense of a deluded deludedpeo01 deludedp d dpeopl
peo01 p oPl ntLve itave come to naught naughtTho naughtThe naughtThe
The prophet made his fatal error errorwhen errorwhn em r rwhen
when he went away th tb t Mexico leaving leavinga leavin leavina g ga
a power of attorney In the hands of ofTV ofY r rw
TV Y G Voliva to dispose d15 os of or other otherwise otherwise L L1se ¬
wise 1se handle the property of the Zion Zionists ZIoni 1 1ists ¬
ists i ts always A1W1L s held heldlti in Dowies name as ashe ashe r LS LShe
he saw SIl w fit ft t Acting under this power powerof powerof pow r rof
of attorney Voliva as he had a perfect perfectright perfectright perfe t tright
right to do transferred to Alexander AlexanderGranger AlexanderGrang r rGrangr
Granger r as general financial manager managerall managol1all ir Ii Iishi
all Of the Dowie or church property propertyThe propertyThe y yThe
The list is said to include even Dowies Dowiesbed Dowieshed s Sbed
bed his horses carriages and every everything evelYthing ever k kthing ¬
thing else e1s tangible In Dowies name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The residents teshl nts of Zion City are await awaiting awaiting t tIng ¬
ing further furth news from John Alexan Alexander AlexanleI a 1nor ¬
der nor leI H He < t has been notified of all that thathas thatha tlu at ithas
has ha > baou Dlt n taking t klng place What hat steps he hewill hewl1l I 10 10will
will talco tul id ld tc recover the church prop proppriy propprt p i irty
priy prt Which nt lohhe he has doubtless come to toresrar toT i toregarl
resrar T regarl > Hr < l eta e his own and what stops he hewill hewill 1 IC ICwill
will lak to recover his btslost lost leuder leudershlp lrndershlpjlaro r rshIparo
shlp shlpjlaro shIparo aro problematical J Drobl > roblematt matlcal al Just now he Is isv
v
a cHurchman without a a church a a pro prophet proI1hot prohet ¬
phet j jis het without a following Briefly he heis hemerely
Is merely a broken down old religious religiousfaker religiousfaker religiousaker
faker f stripped of all his pretensas and andwith andwith andith
with w ith the eyes of his onetime followers followerswide followerside
ww
wide w ide open openBroken openBroken N
Broken as Dowie Is there will wllibe be lit littIc lite
t tie ti e sympathy for him Under the pre pretense pretense preense ¬
t tense ense < of laying the foundations s of a aspiritual aspIritual
spiritual s kingdom for his followers he hehas
has h as been building up a temporal king kingdom ldngdom kingom ¬
d dom om for himself Greedy dishonest dishonestunscrupulous dishonestunscrupulous
u unscrupulous the only wonder is that thathe
he h e was not long ago rejected and dis discredited discredited
c credited creditedRICE
T
I RICE R ICE THAT IS WASTED WASTEDA
A A vicar of Birmingham England Englandwould
w would ould have everybody do away with withthe withhe
tl the t he ancient
practice of showering new newly newly newy ¬
ly l J y married couples with rice because becausethe
tl the t he rice which might be put to a good soooduse
use u se is thus wasted The vicar says saysthat sa sayshat s sthat
tl that t two pounds of rice are thrown thrownonu
ono ° no a week oek at at least one bride and andgroom
g groom room In every everyone one of Birminghams BIrminghamsseventyfive Birminghamseventyfive
Sl seventyfive s churches That is a to total total toal ¬
t tal al of nearly 8000 8OO pounds of rice a year yearfor yearfor
i for f or Birmingham alone If the vicars ylcarscalculation
Ci calculation is correct many millions of orpounds
cp
pounds p of rice are thrown away a every everyeor everyear
y year ear in pursuance of the superstition superstitionthat
t that a rice shower means good luck to tothe
the t he newly new1 wed wedUe wedLie
He believes it would be an act of ofChristian otChrIstian ofChristian
Christian charity to send ail of this thIsrico thisicO
rice r icO to the starving people of India IndiaJapan IndiaJapan
Japan or any other country count that hap happens happens happens
pens to be stricken with famine Do Doyou Doyou Doyou
you know the waste does seem a pro prodigious prodigious prodiglous ¬
digious one And It is Just as unnec unnecessary
essary as it is prodigious Any bride brideand brideand
and groom would cheerfully consent to tothe
the omission of the rice ceremony Un Unless Unlcs
less lcs you are a very old married man manor manor manor
or woman you undoubtedly remembor rememberthat rememborthat
that grains of doe dropped out of the themost themost themost
most unexpected places in your our clothes clothesfor clothesfor clothesfor
for several days after the great event eventAnd cyentAnd eventAnd
And it might have kept a family from fromstarving fromstarvIng fromstarving
starving starvIngOf
Of course the proposition of the theBirmingham theBirmingham theBirmingham
Birmingham vicar will not be taken takenscrlously taltonserioutly takenseriously
seriously The newly wed will con continue continue
tinue to be showered with rice and old oldshoes oldshoes
shoes as In the olden days but the thesuggestion Uesuggestion thesuggestion
suggestion has some elements of good goodabout goodabout goodabout
about It The obvious difficulty Is that thatif thatif thatif
if the ricethrowing rlcetl1lowin practice were weraabandoned wer werabandoned wereabandoned
abandoned It wouldnt help the famine faminesufferers faminesufferers faminesufferers
sufferers the least little bit because becausttthe becausthe becausethe
the friends of the brides br Idos and groom groomwould groom groomwould groo groowould
would not buy any rice And if they theydid theylid
did buy it it would ould never oceur to tothem tothem t tthem
them to send the stuff to India or orany oranyother any anyother anyother
other foreign land landyyOMEN landWOMEN landWOMEN
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WOMEN WORKERS WORKERSRepresentative WORKERSRepresentative WORKERSRepresentative
Representative Gardner of Massa Massachusetts ita tassachusetts aa aachusetts ¬
chusetts has introduced In the house housea housa
a bill appropriating apI ropriatlng 300000 with which whichto I Ito
to make an Investigation and study stud of ofwomen ofwomen ol olwomen L
women and children wage earners In Inview Inview Iview i
view of the paucity of the information informationobtainable informationobtainable I Iobtainable
obtainable through the 1900 census re reports reports reports ¬
ports the money might be wisely ex expended expended cxpendod ¬
pended for certainly < the subject sitbjectWell Is Iswell 8 8well
well worth looking into The census censusreports censusreports censutreports
reports merely tell us that more than L
5000000 women ar are engaged in labor laborthat Inborthat labothat
that takes them away from their theirhomes theirhomes thelihomes
homes homesIt
It would be Interesting to know what whatsort whatsort L LMort
sort of labor they are engaged in how howmuch howmuch r rmuch
much money they receive for their theirwork theirwork r rwork
work and why wh they are compelled to tosupport tosupport te tesupport
support themselves and perhaps their theirchildren theIrchildren thelchildren
children An Illinois organization the theWomens theVomens tluWomens
Womens Trade Union League is do doing doIng dolug ¬
ing all it can in favor of the measure measureand measureand measurand
and there is some likelihood that It Itwill Itw1ll I Iwilt
will become b come a law The money must mustbe mustbe mus musbe
be spent spen t carefully however and the thesubject thesUbject th thsubject
subject must be covered in an exhaus exhaustive exhaustive exhaustive ¬
tive a manner as is possible possibleMore possiblerore possibleMore
More women are being employed emplo ed in ingainful ingainful ir i Igainful
gainful occupations all 11 the time in the theUnited theUnited th thUnited
United States Today there is a vast vastindustrial vas ast astindustrIal 1 tindustrial
industrial army of them They are arefound arefound ar 3 3found
found in almost every line of work workThey workThey workThey
They appear In mills In factories In Inoffices Inoffices h I Ioffices
offices and all reports agree that the
agree gree they theydo theydo y ydo r
do their work In at least as satisfactory satisfactorya
a manner as men could do the same samework samework saimwork
work But it seems a pity that wo women women women ¬
men should be required to do any anywork anyworl an anwork f
work that takes them away from fromhome fromhome i 1home
home Are the men growing lazy and andIncompetent andIncomDetent am j Iincompetent
Incompetent IncompetentThe
0 T TThe
The conference crowds are beginning beginningto
to arrive and by the time the big bigmeetings bIgmeetings bi bimeetings rr j
meetings begin tomorrow the town will willbe wlllbe 1 1be
be full of visitors They are as wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come as ever even if they do sometimes sometimesdelay sometimesdelay s Sdelay
delay the street cars and ask their theirway theirway r rway
way about the streets We must not notforget notforget no t tforget
forget that the conference visitors play playa pla y ya
a very important part pah in the upbuild upbuilding upbufJding upbuilding
ing of the state statej stateThe
j The decision to install Instalisteel steel mail mailcars mancars malcars II
cars on the Harriman lines will com commend commend cornmend ¬
mend Itself to the general public Cars Carsof Carsof s Sof
of this type will afford the mail clerks clerksa s 5a
a much larger measure of protection protectionfrom protectionfrom n Iifrom
from death or injury in railroad railroadwrecks rallroadwrecks 3 dwrecks
wrecks than they now receive The Thenumber Thenumber Tb e enumber
number of casualties will be greatly greatlyreduced greatlyreduced yreduced y
reduced through their Installation InstallationA
0 0A os osA
A New York legislator Indignant Indignantbecause indignantbecause Indignanbecause
because his railroad r ilroad passes ware cut cutoff cutoft c cIs
off is advocating the passage of an anact anact a aact
act requiring railroads in New York Yorkto Yorkto Yor Yorto
to carry elective officials free of charge chargewhen chargewhen chargwhen
when they are traveling on public busi business business E ¬
ness Wouldnt this cause a great In Increase increase Ircrease ¬
crease In traveling on account of pub public public putlie ¬
lic business buslnssThe businsssThe
S e
The council Monday night managed managedy manageto
to separate Messrs Wilkins and Leonard Leon Leorard
ard by separating Mr Wilkins from fromhis fromhis roi rn rnhis
his place as clerk of the board of pub public pubUc putlie ¬
lie works The job will not have been beenreally bee beereally
really completed however until after afterMr aft ir irMr
Mr Leonard has been removed from fromthe fro rn rnthe
the chairmanship of that board boardEvory boardEvery
s
Every day a fatal automobile acci aocldent ace I Ident
dent is reported In most eases ases how however hovever
ever tho accupants Of the automoblla automobllar a aare
are the suffarogs suffws uffQ so the t epedes1rtap epedes1rtappubllC pedestriajn pedestrlapublic
public neednt need t worry worry
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Mrs Everett Buckingham will en entertain entertain enrtain ¬
tertain te e rtain at a luncheon today at the theBuckingham theBuckingham theuckingham
Buckingham B home on Third street streetSQ
SQ SQMrs 9 9Mrs 0Mrs
Mrs Gerard Hegeman who has been beenthe bc beene n nthe
tl the th e guest of Mr and Mrs C S Vad Vadner Vadner Tadcr
ner n cr for a n short time left Sunday with withMr withMr withr
r Mr M r Hegeman for New York after afterspending atte4spending afterpending
spending s sof the past two years in a tour tourof tourof tourthe
of the world worldMiss worldMiss worldMiss
Miss Wealthy Douglas of Ogden Ogdenspent Ogdenspent Ogdenpent
svi si spent s the past few days in the city cityvisiting cityvisiting citysiting
vl visiting siting the Thorneburg family familyMiss familyMiss am 11 y yMiss
Miss Grace McGonlgle has returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedom
fr from om Ogden where she spent the spring springvacation springvacaUon springacation
vt vacation vacationMrs vacaUonMrs v acationMrs
Mrs Joseph Jose h H Young of Denver will willbe wiIIbe wille
b be e < in the city shortly to spend the thoEaster th thEaster theaster
EM E Easter aster time with her parents Mr and andMrs andlra andrs
Mrs M 1 lra rs Henry W Lawrence LawrenceThe LawrenceThe LawrenceThe
The date set for the marriage of ofMiss ofMiss ofiss
Miss M iss Pearl Riser and Blair Richard Richardson ¬
sc son s st on whose engagement was announced announcedthe
tl the t he first of the year In The Herald is isTuesday IsTuesday Isuesday
T Tuesday April 10 10Mr 10Mr 10Mr
Mr and Mrs rrs Frank B Stephens en entertained entertulned enertained ¬
t tertained tM < a few friends at a dinner dinnerMonday dinnerMonday dinneronday
A Monday M onday evening eveningMr I
1f 1fMr
Mr and Mrs Howard A Fitch of ofMinneapolis oflUnnenpoIls ofMinneapolis
J Minneapolis are visiting with Mr 11 and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs William McMasters at 34 Ninth NinthEast NinthEas Ninthast
East Eas E ast > t street Mrs Fitch was formerly
Miss Rachel McMasters McMastersThe lIc1Iastersr McMastersThe
r 4 4The
The James James B McKean post G A R Rwill RwilI Tiv1ii
will hold a social from 2 till 5 oclock oclocktomorrow oclockt oclockomorrow
tomorrow t morrow afternoon with Mrs Sarah SarahA
J A Powers at 7S West street in Pop Popperton Popperton Poperton
j perton p Mrs A Fred Wey Mrs A AD AD AD
I D Wellington Mrs E J Weston WestonMrs Westonirs eston estonMrs
Mrs George Geor e Winsness and Mrs C E EWeidner EWeidner EWeidner
Weidner will assist the hostess in en entertaining entertaIning enertaining ¬
tertaining tertainingThe t ertainingThe
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The Utah Womans Press Pre s club met metSaturday metSaturday metSaturday
Saturday evening with Mrs Irs Florence FlorenceCritchlow FlorenceCritchlow FlorenceCrltchlow
Critchlow After the literary pro programme prognunme programme ¬
gramme Refreshments terl < < shmcnts were w re served and andthe andthe andhe
t the he meeting adjourned to meet me6 the last lastSaturday lastSaturda lastSaturday
Saturday in April AprilMn AprilMra
Mn and Mrs Raymond McCune ar arrived arrIved ¬
i rived yesterday from New York and andare andare andare I
i are at the ICnutsford Mr and Mrs MrsErnest MraErnest rs rsErnest
Ernest Green are also at tli Use Knuts Knutsford Knutsford ICnutsford
ford
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Mrs A C Smith of 152 Hi Eleventh EleventhEast EleventhEnst I IEast
East street will entertain fnh ltall the Plate Plateclub Plnteclub Plsttclub
club at 230 oclock Thursday aftor aftorMARRIAGE IlflcrnOI aftornoon
nOI noon
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESl8Jos LICENSESl LiCENSESlOiiJose1h
i l8Jos l lOiiJose1h Jmeth i h R Stutx Calders CaldersClarg Station StationClara StatinClalli
Clara M vt L Coombs Coom 6 Le L811itt vitt Alber Alberla Alherta
la Canada CanadalJlhn CanadalCJohn
1P9C lJlhn John H Russell R lssell Tabor Tab r Alberta Alb AlbertaC rla rlaCndM
CwnAdM CwnAdMNollie CndMNome C nada nadaNellie
Nome Jdsphiiv J snhln Dbht Frai FrRUcis cte Tabor TaborAlberta l3bmAlberta IabrnAlberta
Alberta Canada CanadnlS7Raymond Cauadn1QSRaymond
1SS7Raymond G Hardy Sterling Sit rUng Alber Alberin lo r rta
ttt Omada OmadaMary CUnfulaiary CnnadaMary
Mary Clark Sterling SterHn Albtsrto AlbtsrtoCanada AlbtrtuCnna AibertsCanada
Canada Cnna CanadaiSilSCharles < la la19B8ChftrlH
198K 19B8ChftrlH Chnrlf XV V Pr Pratt tt Salt Lakfc LakfcAlic I IAli 14tItCAUra
Ali AUra TJ I Cunningham Cunningham S SaJt Jt Lake LaklWJulu LaktitJJulus
lWJulu Ltunperle Rexburg Rexhu rg Ida IdaAnn IdaAnna
Ann Anna Lortsoher Lol9 < Jhe Salt Lake Lakllt9 Lake1OLe
199ft lt9 1OLe LP L > E Woodruff Salt Lake J8keEda LakeEda
Eda RohrbacU Salt S lt Lake LakeA
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A WORD TO THE TH E WISE WISEI WISEDid
Did you ever stop to think what whatper whatper 200
I per cent on dii n your you idle money will 1Il earn earnfor earnfor ear earfor
for you ou A 50 O lot in 11 Smelter City will willearn wj I Iearn
I earn that amount of ni interest in 90 90days 90das i 1 1days
days daysSMELTER dasSMELTER daysSMELTER
SMELTER CIT1 OWNSrE CO
201 D F Walkor Blk BlkFor BlkFor
For genuine Rhine and Moselle wine winego wjnego vinego C
go to the Heidelberg First class Ger Germlln German
man lunches 7 and 9 East Third South Southstreet Southstreet
street Karl H Mayer Proprietor ProprietorBOOSTS Proprietora ProprietorBOOSTS
a
BOOSTS FOR FORARBOR ARBOR DAY DAYI DAYState
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State Superintendent A C Nelson NelsonUrges N NIsoriUrges son sonUrges
Urges Its Celebration CelebrationState Cel CelebrationState bation bationState
State Suprintendent A G Nelson Nelsonyesterday Xelsonyesterdtly Nelsonyesterday
yesterday addressed a letter to the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county superintendents of the state statecalling stateoalIlng statecalling
calling their attention to the Arbor day dayproclamation dayproclamation dayproclamation
proclamation of Governor Cutler and an andrequesting < J Jrequesting
requesting them to see to it that it isread Isrend is Irread
read in all the schools schoolsThe sc11001sThe scloo1sThe
The letter also recommends that ap apprOpllate approprate
propriate Arbor day exercises includ includinb ineluding
ing tree planting in line with the sug suggestions suggestions suggestions
gestions made in the proclamation be beheld beheld beheld
held in all the schools of the state stateDid
1
Did He Get It ItBoston ItBoston ItBoston
Boston Herald HeraldIn
In rural Maine when one has ha an es especially especIally especially ¬
pecially hard or disagreeable task to toperform toperform
perform one calls in the neighbors neighborsAt
At such times the work performed is isdone Isdone
done without money and without price priceexcept priceexcept priceexcept
except that the host must provide provideabundant provJdeabundant provideabundant
abundant refreshments both nourish nourishing nourishing nourishlug ¬
ing and Intoxicating At such times timesthe timesthe timesthe
the winter supply of firewood is cut cutthe cutthe
the timber felled and piled the frames framesof
of buildings raised Often the host has hastrouble hastroub1e hastrouble
trouble to find the intoxicant Maine Mainebeing lfalnebeing Mainebeing
being a drouthy state 5 stateThis te teThis
This was Clancys dilemma when he heentered heentered
entered the city agency at Bangor BangorStraIght BangorStraight
Straight in front of him a sign hung hungLiquor hungLiquor hungLiquor
Liquor Sold for Use in Sickness or for forMechanlcal forMechanical
Mechanical Purposes Only OnlyI
I want two gallons of old rum he hoannounced heannounced heannounced
announced announcedThe announcedThe announcedThe
The agent pointed warily to the sign signI sIgnflI
flI I saw that said Clancy Ive flIvebeen Ivebeen Ivebeen
been reading It ItAre ItAre itAre
Are you sick sickNo sickNo
No NoGot NoGot
Got a prescription prescriptionNo
No NoWhat
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