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2 THE SALT LAKE HEAUD nr RALD iSONDAY y MAY L Y 7 i 1006 19O 106I
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fl NO DISTURBANCE DISTURBANCEDURINGPOLL1N6
DURING DURINGPOLL1N6 DURINGPOLL1N6French POLLING POLLINGFrench
French Elections Passed Off OffQuietly OffQuietlY OffQuietly
Quietly in Spite pite of the Re Recent Recent Recent ¬
cent Riots RiotsGOVERNMENT RiotsGOVERNMENT RiotsGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT MAKES GAINS GAINSSECOND GAINSSECOND
SECOND BALLOT BALLoTrECESSARY T NECESSARY IN INPARIS INPARIS
PARIS PARISPnrja PARISPn PARISPftrd
Pnrja Pn J8 May 6 GThe The results thus far an1 an1rouncod an anouncod
rouncod ouncod in tha th general parliamentary elec eleclions elections
lions tlou which whI h wore held today show few fewchangcs fewhanges fewchanges
changes in the chamber most of former formerdeputies formerputles
deputies putles being reelected but an extraordl extraordinary extraordlnary
nary number of second sec nd ballots will be nec neetssary necssar i
tssary > ssar in Paris T THe Ti e present ballot gives givesthe givesthe givesthe
the opposition a majority but the second secondballot secondbaUot
ballot which will be taken May 20 0 Is ex expected expected expeeted
pected to reproduce the results of the 1902 1902election 1902lecUon 19021ecton
election when the representation of the thecapital thecapItal theeapltal
capital was equally divided Neverthe Nevertheless Nevertheless
less the government has gained one seat
It is estimated that there was a record recordpoll recordpoll
poll ot votes Owing Olln to the excitement excitementcaused excitementauscd excitementtaused
caused by the recent strike and the disor
ders occasioned by the taking of inven inventories inventories inventories ¬ I
tories of church property the polling
booths were guarded by military and po
lice but the day passed practically with without without without ¬
out Incident and Intervention by the au
thoritles thorlUep was unnecessary unnecessaryCheering unnecess unnecessCheering unnecessaryCheering
Cheering or Hooting HootingGreat HootingGreat HootingGreat
Great crowds this evening surrounded
the Hotel de Vllle VUlethe the ministry of the In Interior intenor Inerior ¬
tenor and the newspaper offices where re results results resuits ¬
sults of voting were posted cheering or orootlng
hooting when the return of popular can
didates was announced The success of ofromlnont ofprominont ofpominont
romlnont men such as MM Briand Brlandressense BriandPressease
ressense PrCBsense Millerand Lockroy and Mine Millevoys Minevoys Mulevoys
voys and Admiral Bienaime was wa greeted greetedwith greetedwith greetedwith
with enthusiasm Marcel Habert direc director director director ¬
tor of the League Lea Ue of Patriots was de ¬
featedPolice featedPollce feated featecLPolico
Police and cavalry patrols prevented preventedemonstraUons prevented1emonstraUons
demonstrations by the disorderly element elementand elementand elementand
and good humor was wa generally prevalent prevalentGovernment prevalentGovernment prevalelitGovernment
Government Gains GainsProvincial GainsProvincial GainsProvincial
Provincial returns display an unexpect unexpectedly unexpectedly unexpeetedly ¬
edly favorable tendenoy toward the gov government government goveminent ¬
ernment whose supporters have captured capturedno L Lno
no fewer than eighteen scats against a a105s a
loss of only two Including Paris 411 1 re results resuIts resuits ¬
suIts are known Of those the govern government government governluent ¬
ment captured 188 scats and the opposition L
112 while 111 will roquIre second ballots ballotsThe ballotsThe ballotsThe
The net gain to the government is eigh eighteen eighteen elghteen ¬
teen seats seatsM seatsM seatsM
M Doumer president of the chamber chamberof charnbeiof
of deputies elemental former minister of oftho ofth oJ oJthe
the th colonies Leygues minister of the col colonies collnl08 colcnIo ¬
onies In the Sarrlen cabinet Lasles the theantisemite theantisomite thEantisemite
antisemite leader Doumoborgue minis minister mlnistEr ministEr ¬
ter of commerce Pelletan former minis minister mlnistr minister ¬
ter of marine Brisson former president presidentof
of It t the th chamber and the Duke de BrogUe Brogliewere BrogUevere BrogUewere
were all reelected reelectedi reelectedFortunate reelectedFortimate
i Fortunate Missourians MissouriansWhen MissouriansuVhen issotirianzWhen
When I was a a druggist at Livonia LivoniaMo
Mo 10 writes T J Uwyor 1JVY l now cf cfGraysvllle cfGraysvUle ci ciIraysvllle 3
Graysvllle Mo three of my custom customers cu tom tomtars ¬
ers rs were permanently cured of con consumption ctsnsumption cn cnumpUon ¬
sumption by Dr Kings New IMscov IMscovory Dlscovfr
ory fr ry and are well and n1 strong toSay toSayOne to ay ayOne
One was trying to sell s l1 his property snd sndmove sndHIoe anc I
move to Arizona but after using New XewDiscovery Ne NeDiscovery NewDiscoery r
Discovery a a short time he found it un unnecessary unlPcessary uniecessary ¬
necessary to do so I icgard 1 Dr Drvines D DI Drings
I vines New Discovery as the jjjost jjjostwonderful J1Pstwonderful ms1 I Ivonderfu1
wonderful medicine In existence existenceSurest ecJstenceurest existencesurest
Surest urest Cough and Coid oid cure and Throat Throntand Thrl1ltand Throatand
and Lung healer Guaranteed l by > y Z C CM CM
M 1 I Drug Dept 50c 50 and a d 1 Trial Trialbottle TrIalhottle TrIaliottle
bottle free freeWHITE freeWHITE freeWHITE
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE CONFERENCEWashington CONFERENCEnshington CONFERENCEWsshington
Washington May 1fa G GSecretary Secretary Taft and andeneral andEneral a
4 eneral James H Smith vice governor governorof governoif
of f the Philippines who is In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates TJniteStates
States on leave of absence were in con conference conffrEnce confrence ¬
ference with the president at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHoulle WhibHouse
House tonight After his leave has ex expired explr explred ¬
pired plr General Smith will return to the thePhilippines thePhilippInes th i iPhilippines
Philippines and In the early fall will willbecome willh 1 11fcome
become h come governor on the retirement of ofGovernor ofGovernor o r rGovernor
Governor Ide Ide1o1
10144 1 1o1 ACTUAL ACTUALSUBSCRIBERS ACTUALSUBSCRIBERS ACTLJLSUBSCRIBERS
SUBSCRIBERS SUBSCRIBERSIn
In Salt Lake City on May 1 This does doesnot doesnot doe 3 3not
not Include many contracts for tele telephones telephones telephones ¬
phones not installed installedROCKY InstalledROCKY InstalledROCKY
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL BELLTELEPHONE BELLTELEPHONECO BELLTELEPHON
TELEPHONE TELEPHONECOI ECO ECOFETES O OFETES
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FETES TO RAISE FUNDS FUNDSMexico FUNDSIexico FUNDSMexico
Mexico City May 6 GThe The law students studentsand studentsand studentand
and theatrical people of this city are or organizing organizing organizing ¬
ganizing fetes the proceeds of which will willbe wUIbe I Ibe
be forwarded to San Francisco for the therelief thereliet thi thirelief
relief of the earthquake and fire suf sufferers sufferers nutferors ¬
ferers there Mme Dlez wife of the thepresident thepresident ui uipresident
president of the republic will act as aspatroness aspatroness a apatroness
patroness of these entertainments entertainmentsWall entertainmentsWall entertainmentsWall
Wall Paper PaperPicture Picture Framing FramingGeneral FramingGeneral FramingGeneral
General house decorating reasonable reasonableprices reasonableprices reasonablprices
prices fine line Ine of all the newest pa papers vapers paporn ¬
pers pictures mouldings etc etcC etcC etcC
C H BODEL BODELThe BODELThe I IThe
The big wall paper store 3335 East EastFirst EastFirst Ea it itilrnt
First South street streetOh streetOh streetOh
Oh how good is the best expres expression expression expreslon ¬
sion of one sentiment after eating eatingJafOUNTS eatln eatlnMOUNTS
MOUNTS Pickles
RHODE ISLAND ISLANDSAFE ISLANDSAFE
SAFE AT ANCHOR ANCHORBig
Big Battleship Pulled Off York YorkSpit YarkSpit YorkSpit
Spit Bar by Four Powerful PowerfulNaval PowerfulNaval PowerfulNaval
Naval Tugs TugsNorfolk TugsNorfolk TugsNorfolk
Norfolk Va May 6 5The The battleship battleshipRhode battleshipRhode battleshipRhode
Rhode Island was floated at high tide tidetonight tidetonight tideonight
tonight t after having been aground on onthe onthe onhe
the t he York Spit bar since Saturday morn mornIng mornIng mornng
Ing I ng It was due to the efforts of four fourpowerful tourpowe fourowcrjul
Ip
powerful powe p 1ul naval aval tugs the linens Wah Wahneta Wahnet Wabets
net neta n ets Hercules and Mohawk that the big bigwarship bigwarship bigwarship
warship was drawn from the sandbar sandbarThe sandbarThe sandbarThe
The Rhode Island then dropped anchor anchorin
in I n the mou mouth h of the York river and will willcame willcame
came c to Hampton Roads tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning
The extent of the Injury to the ship is isnot isnot
not n ot known tonight It developed that
there t was no native pilot taken aboard
the t he vessel when she entered the capes capesThe capesThe
The Virginia pilots say that one was waaoffered wasbut
offered o but refused No other pilot would
have undertaken to take the ship to
York bay bayWashington
Washington May 6 6The The navy depart department department ¬
ment was advised today of the ground groundng ¬ I
ing I ng of the battleship Rhode Island
through t a telegram from Captain Har Harrington ¬
rington r commandant at the Norfolk Norfolknavy Norfolknavy Norfolknavy
navy yard yardj yardA
j A court of inquiry will be appointed to toascertain toascertaln toascertain
ascertain the cause of the accident and andreport andreport andreport
report whether further action should be
taken against any anyone one who may be re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible This court usually appointed
by the commanding officer of the fleet fleetor fleetor fleetor
or squadron will In the present case In Inall InaU inall
all probability be named by the secre ¬
tary of the navy as the Rhode Island
had not yet been attached to any squad squadron squadron squadron ¬
ron but was merely out for a shake ¬
down If the court of Inquiry finds any an anof
of the officers culpable a a court martial martialwill martialwUl martialwill
will be appointed appointedOREGON appointedOREGON appointedOREGON
OREGON LAND FRAUDS FRAUDSTwentyOne FRAUDSTwentyOne
TwentyOne Well Known Citizens of ofPortland ofPortland olPortland r
Portland Indicted IndictedWashington IndictedWashington indictedWashington
Washington May G Secretary Hitch Hitchcock Hitchcock Hitchcock ¬
cock tonight received a telegram an announcing announclnl announcing ¬
nouncing the indictment of twentyone twentyonewell twentyonewell twentyonewell
well known characters of Portland Ore Orein Orein OreIn
in land cases Mr Hitchcock stated that thathe thathe thath
he h was exceedingly gratified with the theresult theresult th thresult
result of the investigationand investigation and that the thegovernments thegovernments thEgovernments
governments case was 5 considerably considerablystrengthened considerablystrengthened considerablystrengthened
strengthened because of the th heavy heav bond I
fixed by the court court4000 4000 In each case
He said that it was the intention of the th
department to secure so cure a a speedy speed trial of ol
the cases if possible and that he expected i
further reports from agents in the mid ¬
dle wostern states who are conducting conductin conductinan
an investigation along the same sam lines
The Irregularities charged are stated to
be under the timber and stone act actAlpena actAlpena actAlpena
Alpena Mich May 6 GF F W Gilchrist Gilchristwhose Gilchristwhose Giichristwhose
whose name is included among the in ¬
dictments found by a federal grand jury jUl jUlat juryat
at Portland Ore says he has no knowl knowledge knowledge knowiedge ¬
edge of any land frauds in Oregon His Hisson HisBon Hi Hison
son was In Oregon this spring and bought boughtsome boughtsome boughtsome
some land there but Mr Gilchrist de declares declares dedares ¬
clares everything was correct and proper properENGINEER properENGINEER properENGINEER
ENGINEER IS BLAMED BLAMEDAltoona BLAMEDAltoona BLAMEDAltoona
Altoona Pa May ray G GThe The official re report report report ¬
port of the collision Friday night between 1
the eastbound Chicago mall train and anc I
the westbound Chicago and St Louis ex express express express ¬
press on the Petersburg cutoff of the
Pennsylvania railroad which caused the
death of ten persons and the Injury of ofmany ofmany ol olmany
many others lays the th blame on Engineer r
J T l Dougherty who was hauling the thewestbound thewestbound thEwestbound
westbound train and who It is claimed claimedmisunderstood claImedmisunderstood claimedmisunderstood
misunderstood his orders ordersHOME ordersHOME ordersHOME
HOME INDUSTRY INDUSTRYWe
We recommend that our readers buy
their Knit Goods Shirts and Drawer
Union Suits Sweaters Tights Bicycle
Suits and all articles in this line where
they are manufactured manufacturedENSIGN manufacturedENSIGN manufacturedENSIGN
ENSIGN KNITTING I ITTING CO 30 0 RICH ¬
ARDS STREET STREETFor STREETFor STREETFor
For quality fit and finish they theycannot theycannot thei theicannot
cannot be excelled If you believe in insustaining Insustaining ii t tsustainin
sustaining g home Industry patronize a
them Mail orders promptly filled filledSend filledSend filledSend
Send for samples and prices pricesMEXICAN pricesMEXICAN pricesMEXICAN
MEXICAN LINE LOCATED LOCATEDMexico LOCATEDMexico LOCATEDMexico
Mexico City May 6 Engineers of the th e
Mexican National railway have succeed succeeded ¬
ed in locating a line from Durango to t 0
Mazatlan on the Pacific coast The he lo locating locating loeating ¬
cating work has been
going on for a ayear ayear i iyear 1
year It Is probable that the inter interoceanic Interoceanic interoceanic
oceanic railway will build an extension a i
to the oil fields from Tezlutlan TezlutlanCHESAPEAKE TeziutlanCHESAPEAKE
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CHESAPEAKE CH ESAPEAKE CAFE CAFEIs
Is j now open after a thorough renova renovation renovation renovation ¬
tion Its the finest popular price cafe cafeIn cafeIn cat e Cin
In the west Bray Shafer Proprs
25 West Second South street streetDEFENDS streetDEFENDS streetDEFENDS
DEFENDS WILLIS BROWN BROWNDr
Dr A W Shaw preached at the First f
Methodist church yesterday He entered
Into an attack on newspaper men who wh 0
had criticised Judge Willis Brown for to r i
T
forcing a young girl to
expose herself in i C 4
connection with charges in his court courtCIVIC courtCIVIC courtCIVIC
CIVIC SECTION MEETING MEETINGThe
The last meeting of the year of the th e
civic section of the Ladles Literary club clu b
will ill be held at
the clubhouse at 380 p m ii I i
today
NEW ARRIVALS IN INHALFHOSE INHALFHOSE INHALFHOSE r
HALFHOSE HALFHOSEr HALFHOSEc < c
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r I Silkfinished lisle plain colors also alsoIt alsowith < to toI
I with silk clocks hand
It embroider embroiderVed embroidered r red
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Ved ed figures etc 50 cents is is all allwe allwe
4 we ask but bu t they were ere made to sell sellor sellforat sellf0r
forat f0r or at least l ast a half more ffiQreE jr j ji I
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WILL PROCEED PROCEEDMajority PROCEEDWITH
WITH WITHCAUTION CAUTION CAUTIONMajority
Majority of the Russian Assem Assembly Assembly
bly Content for the Present PresentWith Pr serit seritVith
With theOutlook the Outlook OutlookEXPECT
EXPECT MORE IN FUTURE FUTUREEPOCH
EPOCH MARKED IN MUSCOVITE MUSCOVITEHISTORY M SCOVITE SCOVITEHISTORY
HISTORY HISTORYSt
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St Petersburg Peter burg May 6 GThe The members members of otthe
the t he national parliament and of the coun counell council
ell c ii of the empire are arriving here on onevery
every e train Quite a a number of distin distinguIshed
guIshed foreign visitors and journalists al already
ready r have reached St Petersburg to wit witness witness witness ¬
ness Thursdays great historic event eventthe the
Inauguration i nauguration of the Russian parliament
The fears that the government might n gbt gbtattempt
attempt to dissolve the parliament before
It I t had the opportunity of accomplishing
anything are vanishing and despite the
bomb outrage at Moscow yesterday and
the he continued irreconciliable atntude a ntude of
the extreme revolutionists there is a amore amore amore
more hopeful feeling that Russia may en
ter smoothly into parliamentary life This Thiss
is i s due not only to tothe the moderate attitude attitudeof attitudeof
of the Constitutional Democratic majority
whose leaders with admirable self re restraint restralnt restraint
straint are holding the extremists among
them in check but to the manifest desireof desire
of the government to avoid a con confllgt ltt The Thenew
new cabinet cpbln t has announced a a policy of
hands off practically saying that the par parliament parliament ¬
liament shall have carte blanche and that thatso
so long as it does not attempt to meddle meddlethe meddlewith
with the fundamental laws of the empire
the parliament will be allowed to offer
its own solution for the crying agrarian agrarianproblem agrarianproblem
problem
Final Victory Not Far Off OffWith
With this attitude of the government if
it i is sincerely carried out the Constitu Constltutional Constitutional
tional Democrats for the present were werecontent werecontent
content They believe their final victory victorywhen victorywhen
when the emperor will be forced to grant granta
a constitution is not far off otra a few months monthsat
at most mostespecialI especially if in the meantime they theyare theyare theyare
are permitted to accomplish something
tangible which will strengthen them with withthe withthe withthe
the country
The Associated Press today talked with withr
M r Nabokoff the leader of the Constitu Constitutional Constitutional Constitutional ¬
tional Democrats who said frankly that thathis thathis thathis
his party had no desire at present to have havea
a premier and cabinet even If it could couldSuch couldSuch
Such responsibility would place it upon uponthe uponthe
the defensive while by remaining In op opposition opposition ¬
position with the country behind it the thechances thechances thechances
chances of forcing a complete surrender surrenderwere surrenderwere
were Increased instead of being dimin diminished diminished ¬
ished
Octoberists O < toberlsts Sing Low LowThe LowThe
The little group of socialists of the ex extreme cxtrerne
treme left has not yet et shown Its hand handbut handbut
but without the Constitutional Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
crats who have a clear working majority
it will be powerless to force a conflict conflictThe conflictThc conflictThe
The Octoberists in the center are a neg ¬
ligible quantity and with the present tem temper temper ternper ¬
per at the TsarskoeSelo palace the small smallgroup smangroup smafigroup
group of reactionaries in the parliament parliamentsings parliamentsIngs parliamentsings
sings low The programme of ceremonies ceremoniesat
at the winter palace where the emperor emperorwill emperorwill etnperotwill
will deliver the spech from the throne thronehas thronehas thronehas
has been arranged with all the glitter glitterand glitterand glitteiand
and pomp of a solemn state function the theIdea theIdea thEidea
Idea of an Informal opening In order to todiminish todiminish tcdiminish
diminish the importance of the position positionof L Lof
of the parliament having been abandoned abandonedThe abandonedThe d dThe
The entire imperial family with the la ladies ladies Iadies ¬
dies and gentlemen of the court the for former former formen ¬
mer In the national Russian costumes costumesand costumesand costumeand
and the latter In court dress imperial imperialaidesdecamp Jmpe lmpeiaaidesdccamp al alaidesdecamp
aidesdecamp ministers generals admir admirals admirals adrdirals ¬
als and officers of the guard regiments regimentsmarshals
marshals of the nobility and such gover governors governors governors ¬
nors general genera and military mmtar commanders commandersof
of the army corps as are in St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg the mayors and city councils of St StPetersburg StPetesblrg
Petersburg and an Moscow and members of ofthe otthe oi oithe
the holy synod are commanded to attend attendThe attendThe
The chiefs of missions were invited by an anImperial anImperial at atimperial 1 i
Imperial order which was issued today todayCzar tOdayCzar todayCzar
Czar Will Attend AttendThe AttendThe AttendThe
The members of the parliament will as assemble assemble ¬
semble In the beautiful Nicholas hall the thecouncil thecouncil thEcouncil
council of the empire at the Hermitage Hermitagepavilion Hermitagepavilion HermitagEpavilion
pavilion and the others at the Armorial uArmorlaluField ArmorialField ArmonialField
Field Marshals and other halls and andmarch andmarch am ammarch I
march In state to the great hall of St StGeorge StGeorge Str
George a magnificent m gnlfieent pillared chamber chamberfifty chambertitty chambaS r
fifty yards long and twentyfive yards yardswide yardswide yardwide S
wide where the emperor from the throne thronewill thronewill thronwill
will address the parliament and the coun counell council councii
ell of the empire which will return re respectively respectively respectively ¬
spectively to the Tauride palace and the theHall theHall tb tbHall
Hall of Nobles where the formal open openings openings openjugs ¬
ings of the house will take place placeI placeCHEERS placeCHEERS
I CHEERS FOR THE ASSASSIN ASSASSINConstitutional
Constitutional Democrats Thought ThoughtDoubassoff ThoughDoubassoff t
Doubassoff Was Dead DeadSt DeadSt
St Petersburg May 6 6The The moderates moderatescarried moderatescarrled S
carried every feature of the programme programmebefore programmebefore programmbefore S
before the Constitutional Democratic con congress congress
gress today by adopting the project p oject conr of ofparty o r
party organization which places both boththe boththe hot hotthe ori ri
the control of the policy of the party partyand partyand part partand
and the tactics of the party In the hands handsof handsof handof
of the congress and Its executive arm armthe armthe ann
the executive committee This project projectwas projectwas projecS i t
was introduced on Saturday and was wasbitterly wa S i
bitterly fought by the extremist wing waf of ofthe otthe o othe f
the party partyThe DartyThe partyThe
The deputies spent most of the day daydiscussing da dadiscussIng
discussing their tactics for agitation In Inthe 1 1the
the country and at the evening session sessionthe sessiothe
the Agrarian programme fixing the max maximum maxImum ¬
imum size of farms the redistribution redistributionthrough redistributionthrough redistributiothrough maaa a i
through government agency of lands ex exceeding exceeding esE ¬
ceeding this maximum etc was Intro Introduced intrcduced E
duced The radicals immediately at attacked attacked
tacked this demanding the nationaliza nationalization nationalizetion
tion and socialization of all lands landsA JandsA
A feature of the session was the plc plcturesque picturesquescene plcturesque
turesque turesquescene scene when the news was re received
ceived of the attempt upon the life lifeGovernor of ofGovernor if f
Governor General Doubassoff at Moscow MoscowIt r
Moscovt
It was then supposed that the attempt attempthad attemjhad t
had been successful The convention took tooka too tooa 5
a recess and cheered the assassin and andthe andthe an °
the deed for ten minutes During the theevening theevening tt ttLe e
evening news also was received of the theassassination theassassination tt ttL Le e
assassination of the governor of Ellza Ellzabethpol EUzabcthpol L L
bethpol in revenge for his savage repres repressions repressions represions 3 s ¬
sions In the Caucasus CaucasusMARK CaucasusMARK
0 0MARK
MARK TWAIN ILL ILLNew ILLNew
New York May Iay 6 GMark Mark Twain who whohad whohad wI wIt Lo LO
had planned to leave this city on Sat Saturday Saturday Sa Sais t t
urday for Dublin N H where he was wasto wasto w Ls
to spend the mimmer has been com compelled compened conpelled i ¬
pelled to postpone his departure indefi indefinitely Indefinitely indefnitely ¬
nitely owing to an attack of bronchitis bronchitisHe bronchitiii
He took to his bed on Tuesday last with witha wit witd jj
a slight cold and bronchitis developed developedon develoixon d
on Thursday ThursdayAll
All firstclass restaurants and homes homesI homesha bomthave a
I have ha va Vienna bakery bread breadSalt breadialt breadf breadgaIt
f
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co CoKodaks CoICodaks CoZodaks
Kodaks developing Main 3d So SoLOG SoLOG SE SELOG
LOG RAFT ADRIFT ADRIFTEureka ADRIFTEurcka ADRIFTEure1a
Eureka Cal May 6 6A A log raft con containing containing eoi eoitaming ¬
taining 6000000 feet of lumber which whichleft which10ft whic
left Astoria last Wednesday In tow of ofthe ofthe f
the steamship Francis H Leggett Leggettreported Is Isreported isreported s
reported to be adrift The Leggett en encountered encountered ci cicountered ¬
countered heavy seas and her hawsers hawserswere hawserswere hawsa hawsaft
were broken At last reports the raft raftwas raftwas ra ft t
was sighted about twenty miles off ot the theshore theshore ii iishore ie
shore opposite Crescent City CityLOSS CityI CityLOSS
S SLOSS I S
LOSS f5OOOO f5OOOOJacksonville 150000 150000Jacksonville 150000Jacksonville
Jacksonville Fla May 6 GFire Fire in the thestorage thestorage U Ustorage
storage yards of the WenrlckMariner
Chemical company in the western sub suburbs suburbs sul sulnrbs ¬
urbs of this city tonight destroyed d stroyed 16000 150
tons of 0 batting draught a a rosin waste wasteused wasteused was wasused Q
used by the company in making oil val valued valued vs ¬
ued at 150000 The retorts and buildings vslms lms
of the company Were in great gr at danger r
but were saved by hard work workPhotographs works workhotographs workPhotographs
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Photographs 60c a adozen dozen at Browns a astudio
I studio 64 West SecondrSouth Second South
EACE P IN THE COAL COA FIELDS FIELDSEvery FIELDSEvery
Every E very Assurance That Thattlie the Coal Min Miners Miners Miiiers ¬
ers and Operators Will Beach Beachan Reachan
an Agreement AgreementScranton AgreementScranton greementScranton
Scranton Pa April 6 6NQthlng Nothing de developed developed dceloped ¬
veloped v today to disturb the general be belief belle beef ¬
lief lle il ef that a strike ste1k of the anthracite mine mineto mineworkers mineorkers
workers w wto had
been averted There seems seemsto
to be every assurance that the subscale subscalecommittee subscalecommittee subscaleommittee
committee C Cg of the organization which will willgo wUlgo willo
j go g o to New York early tomorrow morn morning1 morning morng ¬
law ing1 la g for a conference tomorrow afternoon afternoonwith afternoonwtth afternoonith
with w lath ith the operators wJIl be assured by bythe bythe bye
the th thin e latter that there will be no discrim dlscrimback discrimation
j Ination in ation Shown In case the men are ordered
back b ba ack to work and that the term the theagreement theagreement thegreement
bu 1 1i agreement a is to last will be readily agreed
i upon uponThe u pon ponThe on onThe
The subscale committee Is composed composedot
op of o f President Mitchell the three district districtpresidents districtpr districtresidents
i presidents pr p sfdents and the th three district secre secretlen ¬
taries tar1 ta taN tlen They will return to this city clt from fromew
New N ew York after the conference tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorow ¬
rv row r ow afternoon and will report to the con convention conventIon conentlon ¬
vention v Tuesday morning at a special specialsession specialsesston specialssion
si session se see ssion to be held in Music hall It is isexpected isexpected Isxpected
expected e that the convention will rati
fy f j y their report and vote for a resump
tion ti on of work on Monday May 14th under
t the he award of the anthracite strike com commission
u mission missionWhile missionWhile m ission issionWhile
While President Mitchell would prefer preferan
a an n agreement for two years both he and
ti the t he other members of the committee it itunderstood
i is understood will bow to the wishes of
tl the t he operators and accept an agreement
f for or three years If the latter so desire it itSTRIKE
STRIKE ON ONTHE THE LAKES LAKESRumor
F Rumor R umor Trfat Some of the Men Are AreInclined
Inclined to Return to Work WorkDetroit WorkDetroit
Detroit May 6 President B J Keefe Keeteof
o of f the International Longshoremen Ma Marine
r rine Transport Workers association associationwho
who w ho Is directing the marine strike on the theGreat theGreat
Great G reat Lakes left tonight supposedly for forCleveland torCleveland forleveland
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ried ti ed trip is occasioned by reports that
the t he strikers at Lake Erie ports were wereshowing wereshowinl
showing s an Inclination to return to work workand workand worknd
and a nd leave their union mates over whom
ts the t he sympathetic strike was declared to toshift
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the t he Grain Scoopers union visited this thiscity
r city c ity today and tonight held a conference conferencewith conferencewith
with w ith Mr Keefe and SecretaryTreasurer SecretaryTreasurerBarter SecretarTreasurorBarter
Barter B arter of the Longshoremen President
Keefe K eefe refused to discuss the situation situationat
at a t Buffalo except to say sa briefly that
things looked all right rightMADE rightMADE rightMADE
MADE FATAL MISTAKE MISTAKEBody I IBody
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Bills Found in New Jersey JerseyNew JerseyNew
New York May G GThe The body of EijiroNahano Eijiroahano Eijiro I
Nahano N ahano the 23yearold son of a wealthy wealthyJapanese weJlthyJapanese
Japanese J apanese banker who disappeared from froma fromhotel
a hotel In this city April 28 was found foundtonight
tonight t in a creek running between Ber Bergen
gen g en and Hudson counties New Jersey Jerse JerseA
A reward of 2500 had been offered for
l information i as to Mahanos whereabouts
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cash c with him Tonight only onl 136 was wasound
found f in his clothing His gold gol watch watchwas watchwas watchwas
was missing Nahuno was seen sce near
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than a man can throw a rook rockThe
The man who knows enough to at attend
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a day for women to wash their hair hairA
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things the father of twins should be bedoubly bc bcdoubly
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very fond of horse races and rarely rarelymissed rare raremissed
missed any of the meetings in Windsor Windsoror
or Rutland counties countiesOnce countiesOnce
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at Rutland The breeders meetings meetingswere meetingwere
were famous and attracted people from fromNew fromNew frot frotNew
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shire and all over Verrriont On this thisparticular thtsparticular tlil tlilparticular
particular dar da Hank was seated In the thegrand th thgrand
grand stand one of 5000 people peopleHod peopleHod
Hod Fish Qt Ira a wellknown weBknowncharacter wellknowcharacter
character was driving his horse Belvi Belvidere Belvidere Belvdere
dere a very large bay horse with not nottoo nc nctoo
too much speed but the owner had an a aIdea I
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the freeforall race All the horses horsesexcept horsesexcept 5 5except
except Belvidere had passed the grand grandstand grandstand grandstand
stand almost neck and neck on the thefirst thefirst
first half It was a beautiful race raceTrailing raceTraiUnS raCeTrailing
Trailing behind about twenty rods rodscame rodscame rodscame
came Belvidere the driver urging him himon himon himon
on to better efforts and when he was wasin wasIn wasIn
in front of the grandstand Hank stood stoodup stoodup stoodup
up and yelled at the top of his voice voideTake voiceTake ol e erake
Take the first turn at the left Hod Hodall Hodall Hodall
all the others have gone that way
Hod drove Belvidere to the barn barnALAS barnALAS barnALAS
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IDEALS I WHAT WHATTHEY IVHATTHEYREPRESENT
THEY THEYREPRESENT THEYREPRESENTev REPRESENT REPRESENTRev
Rev R ev S A Hayworth Says They TheyAre TheyAre TheyAre
Are Valuable Though Not NotFulfilled NotFulfilled NotFulfilled
Fulfilled FulfilledSOME FulfilledSOME FulfilledOME
SOME S OME PURPOSE IS SERVED SERVEDGOD
r GOD G OD LOOKS CLOSELY INTO THE THEHEART THEHEART THEHEART
HEART HEARTRev HEARTRev i iRev
Rev S A Hayworth the new pastor pastorat pastorthe
at the East Side Baptist church preached proachedhis
his hi s first sermon yesterday His subject subjectwas subjectwas subjectas
was w w as Unfulfilled Ideals In it he said saidWe saidWe saidWe
We frequently refer to our Ideals IdealsWhat IdealsWhat idealshat
What W hat do we mean by that term terjnA teimT teimTA I IA
A religious ideal has been defined as asthe asthe ase
tl the th e product of sanctified imagination imaginationAgain imaginationAgaIn Imaginationgain
Again A A gain it is said to be a vision vi ton of the thegreatest thegroatest theeatest
greatest gr gru eatest possible usefulness conceived conceivedunder c conceivednder ncelvedunder
jj under u the Inoit incitement ment of faith hope and andlove andlove andve
love lo lop ve Davids desire was to servQ his hispeople hispeople hiseople
P people in the erection er ction of an ideal tem temple temple terne ¬
ple pi e of worship His idea was not per permitted p peritted r rmUted ¬
mUted m itted to be fulfilled But the cherish cherishing cherishIng cherishg ¬
li ing in g of the ideal was not In vain Solomon Solomonhis SolomonhIs
h his hi s son finished the work wor or the tem temple temple tame ¬
pivi p ple pi e and at the dedication refers to Da Davids DavIds ¬
vids vi ds ideal and the approval which God Godad
had h ad given David saying
Thou dldst well in that thati it t was in Inthine
tl thine th ine heart to build the temple templeHistory templeHistory templeHistory
History Proves Value ValueThe ValueThe ValueThe
The value of the unfulfilled Ideal is isproved isproved isroved
n proved p roved by the witness of history The Theman rrheman Thean
man m an who strives to achieve a high ideal idealwill idealwill
will w ill be honored by his posterity 106t r ty if not noty
i by b y his own generation A great states statesman statesan
man m an is never fully appreciated until aft ufter aftr
er e r he is dead The prophets of God are aregenerally aregonerally aruenerally
generally g far in advance of their times timesBut timesut I IBut
But B ut the man of ideals will be recog recognized recognized ¬
nized n ized The unfulfilled ideal is not in vain vainApproval vainApproval vainApproval
Approval of God GodGod GodGod GodGod
God sots his approval upon the t11 unful unfulfilled unfulfilled unfullled ¬
fin filled fi lled Ideal Failure to fully fullyattain attain is isno
no n o proof of failure Many a man has hasapparently haspparently
apparently a failed in the eyes of the world vortdBut wottBut worldut
aB
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ance a nce but God looketh at the heart heartBrowning heartrowning
aB I Browning B says saysTls saysS v
S TIn not what man does that exalts exaltshim exaltshim exaltsim
him h im but what man would do doThere doThere doThere
There Is a great truth here It ib ibtho bttho i ihe
t tho he Ideal which God recognizes If there therefirst therpfirst thererst
f first fi rst be the willing mind it Is accepted acceptedaccording acceptedaccording acceptedccording
a according to that a man hath and not notaccording notaccording notccording
a according to that he hath not Are re you youdoing youoing TOU TOUdoing
d doing oing your best Then you are a suc success success sueons ¬
c cess ons
Vital Relation to Character CharacterThe
The unfulfilled idoal has a vital re relation reIatlon retion ¬
j lation la tion to character Progress Progr in high highachievement highachievement highchievement
a achievement is impossible to the man manwhose manwhose manhose
whose w hose ideals arc low Christ the per perfect perfect pereet ¬
fect f eet man is the Christians ideal idoalEliminate idfalEliminate idealEliminate
Eliminate the th ideals of Christianity Christianityrom
l from f r rom society and the world would be become become beome ¬
come c ome a vast yast burying bur ing ground of pleasure pleasureloving pJeasureloing pleasureoving
loving l gentlemen whose outstanding outstandincharacteristics outstandingcharacteristics ou tstandln tstandlnharacteristics
c characteristics are greed tyranny and anddebaJcher I Iebauchery
c debauchery debaJcher d Without Christ hrIst men go un unrestrained unr unestrained ¬
restrained restrainedThe r estrainedThe ttaine ttaineThe
The young ounS man without Christian Christianidetils Christianideals I Ideals
ideals I going into politics adopts this thismotto thismotto I Iotto
motto m otto
mottoThe ottoThe
The government is for the machine machineof
c of o r the machine and by b the machine machineHe machineHe machineHe
He truckles to the interests of preda predatory pred predtorv predaory ¬
tu t tory ory wealth while his people are loft loftunprotected loftunprotected letinprotected
t unprotected u The Christian statesman be being beIng beag ¬
i ing ag actuated by ideals i esls standing on some somefield somcfield I Iield
f field f of Gettysburg says saysThe saysu saysThe
u The government Is of the people for forthe torthe fo fohe
t the t he people and by b the people peopleOrigin peopleOrigin peopleOrigin
Origin of the Demagogue DemagogueRejecting DemagogueRejecting DemagogueRejecting
Rejecting Christian ideals tho poli politician politician pollcuua ¬
t tician U cuua becomes a demagogue the phy physician physician ¬
st s sician s a feegrabber the lawyer Jaw er a pet pettifpgger pettifQgger petifgger
t tifpgger and the priost becomes a hire hireling hireHng hireug ¬
1 ling ug Therefore let us labor with the thegreat thegreat thEreat
j great g reat of all generations men who have havestriven I Itriven I Istriven
striven s for the accomplishment of the thebest thebest thiest J
bl best b est conditions in society for in so do doing doag ¬
i ing ag we build for ourselves a character characterwhich characterwhich eharactewhich
i which will receive the approval not only onlyof onl30of onl onlf
of o < f history but of God himself himselfMora himselfMoral himselfMoral
Moral Principles Eternal EternalOur EternalOur EternalOur
Our little theories have their day and andcease andcease ani I Iease
cease c to be but the Ten Commandments Commandmentsand s snd
and a nd the moral principles of Christ are areeternal areeternal ar S Sternal
eternal e He who seeks by faith the real realzation ¬
t ization i of these principles lays hold upon uponeternal uponcternal 1
eternal e < life lifeYou lIfeYOU treYou
You must like David cherish in your r
heart the realization of the eternal prin principles principles ¬
ciples C < of religion faith hope and love lovewhich lovewhIch I Iwhich
which things remain forever and are un unaffected unaffected u uaffected ¬
affected by the mutations of time and andplace andplace ani I Iplace 1
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for and need of something to ourn says saysMines saysMines saysMiue
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Driftwood peat brush cacti fungi fungiseaweed fungisea fungiseaweed
seaweed sea weed and even droppings of animals animalshave animalshave
have been in ii different regions utilized utilizedfor utiUzedfor
for fuel Along the seacoast of Alaska Alaskain Alasknfl
in fl the treeless area driftwood brought broughtdown broughtdow
down dow from the forests of the interior by bystreams bystreams b bstreams 3
streams borne along the coast by ocean oceancurrents oceancurrents oceancurrents
currents is stranded on the shores and andthrown andthr andthrown
thrown thr wn up on the beach The water watersoaked watersoaked watersoaked
soaked logs are gathered in by tho peo people people peepie ¬
ple of the coast dried and burned burnedbui Jaut Jautthe but butthe t tthe
the supply is rapidly diminishing and andwood anc ancwood nd ndwood
wood will have to be drawn from the theforests theforosts thEforests
forests of the interior or attention attentionturned attentionturned I Iturned
turned to the development of the large largelields largetields S Sfields
fields qf lignite coal recently recentl discovered discoveredin I Iin
in various parts of Alaska AlaskaIn
In the treeless arid region of southern southernCalifornia southernCalifornia southeriCalifornia
California and Arizona through which whicha
a portion of the Colorado river passes passesmining passesminIng passesmining
mining timber and fuel is supplied by bI
logs brought down by the stream from fromthe tromthe fronthe
the high timbered plateaus of Utah Utahhundreds Utahundreds Utahiundreds
hundreds of miles to the north The TheHualapi TheHualapi ThiHualapi
Hualapi Indians in iI i Eldorado canyon canyontributary canyontributary canyoitributary
tributary to the Colorado make a busi business buslncss business ¬
ness of collecting these fartraveled fartraveledlogs fartraveledlogs fartraveleclogs
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sides driftwood there is another and as asyet a aundeveloped
yet undeveloped source of fuel in the thethick thethick thE thEthick
thick beds of peat formed by the Arctic Arcticmosses Arcticmosses Arctimoses
mosses on on the tundra The adapta adaptatiori adaptation adaptation
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