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t THE rui SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY Y MAY 31A Y 7 1906 19O 3
SECOND CLASSr CLASS CLASSMAIL
r MAIL MAILQUESTION MAILQUESTIONPostmaster QUESTION QUESTIONI
I Postmaster General Cortelyou CortelyouUrges Cortelyouj
j J Urges the Appointment of ofa ofI ofa
I a Commission CommissionPRESENT Commissiont CommissionPRESENT
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1 PRESENT LAW IS OBSOLETE OBSOLETESOME
4
I
SOME OF THE QUESTIONS THAT THATARE THATARE THATARE
ARE INVOLVED INVOLVEDWashington INVOLVEDi INVOLVEDMay
i Washington May 6 Poutmastcr 6Po tmaster General GeneralCortelyou Generalr GeneralCortelyou
r Cortelyou CortcJ ou has recommended to congress congressthe congressthe congressthe
the appointment of a commission to in inquire inquire Inqutre ¬
quire into the subject of second class mall mallmatter manmatter mallmatter
matter with a view to ascertaining what whatmodifications whatmodifications ivhatmodifications
modifications of oi tho present second class classlaws elassJaws classlaws
laws are necessary the commission to ren render render render ¬
der its report to congress not later than thanr thanDecember than1ecernber
r December > ecember 10 1006 1006In 1006In IDOGIn
In order that all interests shall b be < 3 rep represented represented represented ¬
resented he has recommended that the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission consist of seven persons and
be made up as follows One senator se ¬
lected by the president of the senator one
representative selected by the speaker of
the house one officer om er of the postofflce de ¬
partment selected by the postmaster gen
t e eral j ono ° no r representative ° of the publishers publishersi
of ° i daily < LalIy newspapers one representative
of the publishers of weekly semiweekly
and triwekly newspapers and one rep ¬
resentative rcsentaUvoof of the publishers of periodi ¬
cals < als and magazines the last three to be
appointed by the th president of the United
States from among those recommended to
him by representative publishers of such
newspapers and periodicals and a seventh
member to be selected by the six whose
manner of selection is so specifically pro ¬
vided Ided An appropriation of 25000 is rec ¬
ommended to defray the cost of the inves ¬
tigation
New Statute Necessary NecessaryThe
The postmaster general in his recent an ¬
4 nual report recommends to congress a
A thorough review of the whole subject of
second class mail matter and the enact ¬
ment men t of a statute to take the place of
these existing which would render unnec ¬
essary the consideration of such ques ¬
tions as those upon which second class
matter now depend dependIn
In now recommending this commission
the postmaster general in his communi ¬
cation to the committee on post postofflces offices and
post roads of the senate says
The existing statutes regulating the theecond theeconl
second class mail matter are out of date
they do not meet modern requirements of
the 1h > publishing industry and the adminis ¬
tration of them unnecessarily and unreas unreasonably unreasonably unreasonably ¬
onably hampers the publishers of bona
fide newspapers and periodicals periodicalsMany pcriodlcalsMany periodicalsMany
Many Questions Involved InvolvedAs
UA As an indication of what is involved l
in administration it may be stated that
the question of what whatis Is a bona fide news
Paper or periodical is one about which
there may ma be and often is much difference differenceof
of opinion The he same is true of what whatconstitutes whatconstitutes I Ionstitutes
constitutes < a known office of publication publicationof I Iof
of what constitutes a publication originat originatcd
cd < d and published for the dissemination of I
Information of a public character what
is devoted to literature the sciences arts artsor artsor artsor
or some special Industry what is a legiti legitimate legitimate legitimate ¬
mate list of subscribers All of these thesequestions thesequestions i
questions must however be determined L i
in each case before second class entry can
be granted but a publication having met metall metall metall
all requirements is positively prohibited prohibitedadmission prohibitedadmission prohibitedadmission
admission if it be designed primarily for forrdvertising forrdvcrtisin foridvertising
rdvertising rdvcrtisin purposes or for free circula ¬
tion or for circulation a nominal rates
That such questions especially the latter latterare latterare latterare
are subtle and complex and render admin adminstratlon adminI
I stratlon exceedingly difficult surely need i
to be stated statedPostmaster statedPostmaster statedPostmaster I
Postmaster General Cortelyou Cortt > JyOU expresses
t
the belief that such commission if appoint appointrd
rd will be able to make recommendations
to congress which will result in the pas passage pasI passage ¬
sage I lJe of a law that t at will be equable to pub
ushers H hrs relieve them from present annoy anno annotnces
nnces and restrictions re trIctinns and at the same sametimf sametimf sametrn
timf trn protect pote < t the interests of the govern sovernMURDEROUS goernn1lnt governniNit
n1lnt n1lntMURDEROUS niNitMURDEROIISTENNESSEE
MURDEROUS MURDEROIISTENNESSEE TE1ESSEE TEr NESSEE MOB MOBTanner r MODFarmer OB OBFanner
Tanner and His Daughter Wounded WoundedDuring I IDuring
During Attack AttackBody Body of Young YoungMan YoungMan YoungrIan II
Man Found Afterwards AfterwardsNashville MterwardsXashviHe AfterwardsNashville
Nashville Tenn May 6 6lIarvin Marvin Wintcrs Win Winters Wintlrs ¬
ters was shot and instantly killed and andThomas andrrhomas andThomas
Thomas Stewart and his young daughter daughterseverely daughterHerely daughterscverely
severely wounded during an attack by a amob amob a amol i
mob on Stewarts home near Pleasant
View Jew Cheatham county count last night No Noreason Norason Xcrason
rason for the attack is known knownA knownfew
A few days ago Stewart received a let ¬
ter warning him that if he and his family
did dlt not leave the neighborhood within ten tencJays L
days they the would all be killed killedAbout killedbout killedAbout
About bout 11 oclock Saturday night a mob mobsurrounded moburrounded motsurrounded
surrounded Stewarts house arid opened
fire on It and Stewart and his daughter daughterwere daughterwrre
were wounded Stewart returned the shots shotsTid shotsnd shotsnd
> nd the mob scattered This morning the
body of Marvin Winters was found about boul
fifty f ft yards from Stewarts home The shot
that killef killed Winters inters came from a gun of ofJim
hrger caliber than Stewarts and today
Jim Hunt Eph Boyle and Newton Win In
hrs were arrested charged with complicity
in the murder of Winters WintersNo WintersNo VintersXo
No light has been thrown on the man manner man1Ir ¬
ner 11 > r of Winters death
OFFERS TO ARBITRATE ARBITRATESultan
Sultan Would Like to Reopen the theTabah theTabah theTabah
Tabah Affair AffairConstantinople AffairConstanUnople AffairConstantinople
Constantinople May tla G GThe The sultan has hasattempted hasttemptcd hasrttemptcd
attempted to reopen discussion n regarding regardingthe
the Tabah Tab h affair but the British ambas ambassador am ambaseador bas basfador ¬
sador has declined to do so It Is report reported reportf reported ¬
ed f that the sultan wishes to submit the thequestion theQuestion thequestion
question to The Hague Owing to the in intervention Intfrc intervention ¬
tervention tfrc > ntion of the feast of Mulud no reply repl replto
to the note presented to the porte last
Thursday Thursda by b Sir Nicholas OConnor the
British ambassador is expected before
Wednesday WednesdayBOTH WednesdayBOTH Vp npsday npsdayBOTH
BOTH FOOD FOODAND FOODAND FOODAND
AND MEDICINE MEDICINEWe
J We like best to call Scotts ScottsEmulsion ScottsEmulsion ScottsEmulsion
Emulsion a foodmedicine It Itis Itis Itis
is a term that aptly describes describesthe describesthe I
the character ana and action of ofour ofour ofour
our Emulsion More than a amedicine amedicinemore amedicinemore
medicine medicinemore more than a food foodyet foodyet foodyet
yet combining the vital prin principles print pnn pnnI ¬ i
t ciples of both It is for this thisreason thist thisreason
reason that Scotts Emulsion Emulsionhas Emulsionhas
t
1 has a distinct T and t special specialvalue specialvalue t tvalue
value value in in all wasting diseases diseasesThere diseasesThere diseasesThere
There is nothing better to toremedy toremedy toremedy
remedy the troubles of im imperfect imperfect im imperfect ¬
perfect growth and delicate delicatehealth delicatehealth delicatehealth
health in children The action actionof
of Scotts Emulsion is just us as aseffective aseffective aseffective
effective in treating weak weakness weakness weakness ¬
ness and wasting in adults adultsSCOTT adultsscqrr adultascxr
SCOTT t COWXK now4 409 Pearl Pea scr Sac NwYw NuwTL
LOGDEN OGDEN NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueOgden
Ogden Monday May 7
EAGLES HOLD SERVICES SERVICESImpressive SERVICESImpressive SERVICESImpressive
Impressive Memorial Exercises in inLodge inLodge inLodge
Lodge Hall HallAddress Address on Friend Friendship Friendship Friendship ¬
ship by br Rev Mr Carver CarverOgden CarverOgden CarverOgden
Ogden aerie of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles observed their annual memorial
day services in the Eagles hall on Twen
tyrourth street commencing at 3 oclock
yesterday afternoon In addition to the
members of the local lodge and their fam ¬
ilies there were many of their friends in
attendance and the hall was crowded to
the doors The services were impressive
A lengthy and meritorious programme
was rendered
The services were commenced with a
selection entitled Some Time Well Wo iI Un ¬
derstand rendered by Mrs Jones and
Miss Hancock The opening announce ¬
ment was then made by b President J C
Gasberg which was followed by prayer
by D c McGill llcG 111 chaplain of the lodge
When the Mists Have Rolled Away Awn was
sung by Mrs Jones and Miss Hancock
Past President Earl R Geiger delivered
an address on Our Duty Today Toda Fleet
As a Bird was sung by b Miss Hancock
Secretary D T Tracy read the names of
the absent members and then made a talk
on Our Absent Brothers Only one
member T J Kurtz of the aerie had
passed away duringthe past year After
Some Sweet Day Da Bye and Bye was
sun sung by Mrs Jones Rev Re John E Carver
of the First Presbyterian church of Ogden
delivered the memorial day oration
The 2le general course of his theme was
Friendship He said Days like this
ar are 9 of value because of the friendship
which they the foster and the brotherly love
which they cement Friendship is one
of o the greatest blessings that God has hasgiven hasgiven hasgiven
given to man That man Is rich who is isrich isrich Isrich
rich In friends and that man is poor who
has no friends eyen e een en though he may be
rich in worldly treasure Cicero wrote
the great classic on friendship Yet the
most common man who has one true
friend knows in his heart the value of
friendships tie as well as classic pen can
depict it It Is lifes friendship that thatchanges thatchanges thatchanges
changes dull routine dark trial grim de despair despair despair ¬
spair and steady toll into a life of con ¬
tentment tentmentSome tentmentSome tentmentSome
Some time ago we noticed an Oriental Orientalweaver Orientalweaver OrientalWeaver
weaver weaving a beauteous tapestry the themost themost themost
most of it is composed of dull course
thread somber In shade and unattrac ¬
tive to view but through it all he was wasentwining wasentwining wasentwining
entwining beauteous strands of scarlet scarletgold scarletgoId scarletgold
gold Into figures of rare richness and
beauty so that when the work was com completed cornpleted om ompleted ¬
pleted it was an object of rare attractive attractiveness attractiveness attractiveness ¬
ness Such we thought is the place of
friendship in human life The most of our
life is commonplace and ofttimes sad ¬
dened with sorrow or made heavy heav with withcare withcare withcare
care Failure ofttimes deepens lifes mo monotony monotony monotony ¬
notony Into a life like this friendship
comes like the beauteous strands in the
tapestry and changes the toilsome and andcommonplace andcommonplace andcommonplace
commonplace into joy and contentment
Let us treasure then the memory memor of our
friends as a sacred heritage Let us think thinkof thinkof thinkof
of them as part of Gods choicest gifts to tous to1S
us 1S let us see in them a manifestation of
his love loveAt loveAt loveAt
At the close of Mr Carvers remarks the theclosing theclosing
closing exercises of the organization were wereconducted wereconducted I
conducted and the entire assemblage assembla e I
joined in singing Nearer My God to t
Thee after which the beendiction was waspronounced waspronounced i ipronounced
pronounced pronouncedPaxtonWalker pronouncedPaxtonWalker I IPaxtonWalker
PaxtonWalker Wedding WeddingMiss WeddingMiss j jMiss
Miss Marie Paxton of this city c tv was wasmarried wasmarried i imarried
married to Thomas W Walker a promi prominent vrominent > romi rominent ¬
nent young mining mInin man of Summit coun ¬
ty at the home of the brides sister Mrs lIrsV MrSv
W V Allan Maguire 2316 Madison avenue avenueat avenueat avenueat
at 930 oclock yesterday morning by b Rev
John E Carver of the First Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch
church The couple will reside for a time timeat timeat timeat
at Croydon where the groom is tempo temporarily temporariiy ¬
rarily engaged in business businessDeaths businessDeaths businessDeaths
Deaths Prom Appendicitis AppendicitisDecrease AppendicitisDecrease I
Decrease in the same ratio that the use useof useof useof
of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases increasesThey increasesThey increasesThey
They save you from danger and bring bringquick bringquick bringquick
quick and painless release from consti constipation constlDation constiQation ¬
pation and the ills growing out of it itStrength itStrength itStrength
Strength and vigor always follow their theiruee theirw theiruse
use w > e Guaranteed by Z C M I Drug
Dept 25c 25 Try them themSFfRFT themI themSrCRrT themSCRJSOCIT1S
I
SFfRFT OiLlufti SCRJSOCIT1S SCRJSOCIT1SLOOF SOPIFTIFS OlVBlLI SOCITlrSI IiO IiOI
I LOOF LOOFSalt O O F FSalt FSalt
Salt Lake lodge No 2 i had a busy ses session session session ¬
sion last Friday night when wh > n the degree degreestaff degreestaff degreestaff
staff conferred the first degree on two twocandidates twocandidates twccandidates
candidates and the three degrees on one oneOquirrh oneOquirrh
Oquirrh encampment No 1 will me moot moottomorrow med medtomorrow t ttomorrow
tomorrow night In regular session sessionCanton sessionCanton sessionCanton
Canton Colfax lodge No 1 had a small smaUattendance I Iattendance
attendance on Saturday night nightMaccabees nightMaccabees nightMaccabees
Maccabees MaccabeesLillian MaccabeesLillian
Lillian M r Hollister Hive No 35 5 will willhold willhold wilhold I
hold regular review Monday Monda evening May
7 at S oclock All members are request requested requested ¬
ed to be present presentBanner presentBanner presentBanner
Banner Hive No 11 will hold a special specialmeeting speclillmeeting speciameeting
meeting on Tuesday afternoon at I I O OF OI O 0F
F I hall at 230 30 p m mA mA inAOUW
A AOUW AOUWEagle O U W WEagle WEngle
Eagle Gate Lodge No 10 initiated four fourcandidates fourcandidates ow owcandidates
candidates last Wednesday night Other Otherapplications Otherapplications Qthieiapplications
applications were received and there will willbe willbe I Ibe
be initiatory work to be given every
lodge night for some time to come Salt SaltLake SaltLake SallLake i
Lake Valley lodge No 32 2 is also initi initiating initiating hiltiating ¬
ating many new members Four candi candirlntra candidatoo candilat
rlntra lat were admitted last Thursday and
as there are more to follow the offi officers officers ¬
cers expect to do initiatory work every everysession ever eversCS5ion evcrsession
session for or several months monthsStar monthsStar monthsStar
Star of the West We < t Lodge No No3 3 Degree Degreeof
of Honor will hold its regular session sessionon
on next Tuesday night and as there are area
a number of candidates to initiate a afull afun afull
full attendance of the members is ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected
G A R RMrs RMrs RMrs
Mrs J 1 J Myers entertains George S SMaxwell S1IaxweJl SMaxwell
Maxwell W Y R C at her res residence resIdence rcaIdence ¬
idence today todn at 1 p m All friends are arecordially arccordlxUy arecordially
cordially invited No 4 Clift place be between between between ¬
tween Third and Fourth South streets streetson
on West Temale TemaleWomans Tem TemIeWomanrs > le leWomans
Womans Relief Corps CorpsThe Corpsrhe CorpsThe
The J B McKean cJcan Womans Relief Reliefcorps Reliefcorps Reliefcorps
corps will hold their regular meeting on onWednesday on1Tednesday onWednesday
Wednesday afternoon at 230 in I O O
F temple
Fraternal Brotherhood BrotherhoodAs
As the result of a performance last
Wednesday Yedncsda evening at the Grand theatre theatreunder theatreunder theatreunder
under the auspices of Utah and Sego Segofor
Lily lOdges o of the Fraternal BrotherhOod I
for the San Francisco sufferers 325 32 was wasrealized wasreaJlzed wasrealized
realized and turned over to the treasurer treasurerof
of the Citizens Relief committee At the theconclusion theeonclusion I Iconcluslon
conclusion of the first act of Carmen Carmenpresented Carmpnpresented Carmenpresented
presented by the Ethel Tucker stock stockcompany stockcompan stockcompany
company pictures of Supreme President
James A Foshay and Supreme Vice Pres ¬
ident Mrs Emma R Neidlg were thrown
upon the canvas and were greeted with
Fraternal Brotherhood yells and hearty
applause applauseNext applauseNext applauseNext
Next Friday evening at Electrical EI < > ctrical
Workers hall the regular meeting of
Utah lodge No 336 5 will be held A num ¬
ber Of candidates will be initiated and
other business of Importance transacted transactedFraternal transactedFraternal transactedFraternal
Fraternal Union of America AmericaEvergreen AmericaEvergreen AmericaEvergreen
Evergreen lodge No 151 will hold Its Itsregular
regular meeting next Monday evening
Every member is asked to be present presentas
as the business of the meeting will af ¬
fect every member Three candidates will willalso wiUalso willalso
also be initiated
P PNG PNGThe N G GThe GThe
The P R N G Galub club will meet at the
home of Mrs C E Jeffries 1150 East
Third Tl rd South street Thursday May 17
THEIR THEIRNIGHT NIGHT ON THE ROAD ROADJudge ROADJudge ROADJudge
Judge Howell and Ogden Attorneys AttorneysHave AttorneysHave AttorneysHave
Have Series of Adventures AdventuresJudge AdventuresJudge AdventuresJudge
Judge J A Howell his stenographer stenographerand
and Attorneys George Halverson James JamesM
M Kimball and P D Johnson suffered suffereda
a taste of the punishment they have at atvarious atvarious atvarious
various times caused to be meted out to toWeary toTeary toWTeary
Weary Teary Willies early this week Hereaf Hereafter Hereafter liereafter ¬
ter the men of the bar will appreciate appreciatethe apl > reclate reclatethe
the despondent look upon the poor vags vagsface vagsface vagsface
face as he leaves the courtroom sent into intothe intothe intothe
the cold cold world with orders to va vamoose vamoose Vamoose ¬
moose to hike to hit the trail with a
23 sign tacked upon his back It all came cameabout cameabout cameabout
about through a freight wreck A double doubleheader doubleheader doubleheader
header broke two miles east of Ogden 9sdenpiling OgdenpiUr Ogdenpi1ir
piling piUr soeral s ral heavy freight cars in toy toyblocK toybJoeJ toybloek
blocK style Traffic was delayed for twen twentyfour twentfour twentyfour ¬
tyfour hours Judge Howell and his com companions companions cornpanlons ¬
panions spent Monday in Morgan at court courtThey courtrhey courtThey
They spent Monday night in a boxcar say ¬
ing things about railroad companies in ingeneral ingeneral ingeneral
general and freight trains in particular particularnified particularIor particulariio
Ior iio once in the history of all thats dig dignified dignified
nified and severe about the law an all allnight annlght allnight
night sitting was held in a red box car carwhere carwhere carwhere
where straw dust and hungry rats made madethe madethe madethe
the sitting extremely lively and unpleas unpleasant unpleasant unpleasant ¬
ant The lawyers had managed to reach reachthe reachthe reachthe
the station on a freight train In this thisfreight thisfreight thisfreight
freight train they watched while the theworld theworld theworld
world slept and waited for the gray dawn dawnWhen dawnVhcn dawnWhen
When the grayish gra ish tints enveloped the thehilltops thehilltops thehilltops
hilltops and the early streaks of the still stillinvisible stillInvisible stillinvisible
invisible sun heralded the approaching approachingday
day Judge Howell and his companions companionsboarded companionsboarded companionsboarded
boarded a freight train and rode to the thescene thescene thescene
scene of the wreck Further than this no noride noride noride
ride could be had for love or money moneyTwo mone moneTwo moneyTwo
Two miles from Ogden and heaven heavenknows heavenknows heavenknows
knows how many hours will come and go gobefore gobefore gobefore
before this mess of scrambled freight cars carswill carswiII carswill
will be cleared off the tracks muttered mutteredone mutteredone
one of the partty Lets walk suggest suggested ¬
ed the stenographer and three lawyers in inone inone inone
one breath Thev walked Tired foot footsore footsore footsore ¬
sore and still saying things about rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads the quintette reached Ogden in the theevening theevenln theevening
evening evenln They The might have passed for ref refugees refugees refugees ¬
ugees but they established their identity identityflagged Identityflagged identityilagged
flagged a street car and sought their theirfeather theirfeather theirfeather I
feather beds bedsHARRIMAN bedsHARRIMAN bedsHARRIMAN
HARRIMAN ON WAY EAST EASTMakes EASTMakes EASTMakes I i i
Makes Rapid Time in Special Train TrainOver TrainOver TrainOver
Over Pacific Roads RoadsE
E H Harriman passed through Ogden Ogdenen
en route from San Francisco to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York on a special train shortly after 6 6oclock 6oclock 6oclock
oclock last evening The train was not notscheduled notscheduled notscheduled
scheduled for an exceptionally fast run runbut runbut runbut
but covered the distance of 538 miles over overthe overthe overthe
the Salt Lake division of the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific in eleven hours and thirtyeight thirtyeightminutes thirtyeightminutes thirtyeightminutes
minutes This is considered a remark remarkably remarkably remarkably ¬
ably good run for that piece of road roadThe roadThe roadThe
The special is due in Omaha at 10 oclock oclockthis ocloctthis oclockthis
this morning and Mr Harriman expects expectsto
to reach New York tomorrow night He liestated Hestated Hestated
stated while here that onehalf the story storyof storyof storyof
of the San Francisco disaster had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been told and that it would be perhaps perhapsthree perhapsthree perhapsthree i
three or four months before the actual actualloss actual103s actualloss
loss in life and property would be ob obtained obtained obtamed ¬ I
tained
Burial of Miss Anna Rose RoseFuneral RoseFnneral RoseFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofMiss of111ss ofMiss
Miss Anna Rose were held from the North NorthOgden NorthOgden NorthOgden
Ogden meetinghouse at 330 3U oclock yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon The services were werelargely werelargely werelargely
largely attended and an there were many manybeautiful manybeautiful manybeautiful
beautiful floral offerings There were a anumber anumber anumber
number of speakers all of whom testifiied testifiiedto
to the noble life of the deceased The TheNorth TheNorth TheNorth
North Ogden choir attended the services servicesIn
In a body bOd and rendered a number of se selections selections selections ¬
lections Six of the deceaseds girl friends friendsacted frIendsactcd friendsacted
acted as pallbearers Interment was in inthe inthe inthe
the North Ogden cemetery cemeteryONE cemeteryONE
Ct
ONE HUNDRED HUNDREDPHOTOS PHOTOS FREE FREEMay FREEMay
May Iay 10th is Ladies day at New Newcombs Newcombs cw
combs One photo cabinet size worth worthsoo
soo 300 will be made absolutely free for fornil forJ forall
nil J n ladies ladi > s that call on that day Age
16 and up 212 Main street streetLet streetLet
Let all Utah boost for MOUNTS MOUNTSPickles MOUNTSas MOUNTSPickles
Pickles as MOUNTS lfOU TS Pickles are areboosting areboosting areboosting
boosting for Utah UtahALLEGED UtahALLEGED UtahALLEGED
ALLEGED ROYALISTS ROYALISTSRELEASED ROYALISTSRELEASED ROYALISTSRELEASED
RELEASED FROM CUSTODY CUSTODYParis
Paris May 6 6All All the persons > Crsons arrested arrestedrecently arrestedrecently arrestedrecently
recently for connection with the alleged allegedroyalist allegedroyaJist allegedroyalist
royalist plot against the security of the therepublic therepublic th threpublic
republic have been provisionally released releasedAmong releasedAmong releasedAmong
Among those taken takt > n into custody as a aresult aresult e eresult
result of a series of wholesale searches searchesdesigned searchesdesigned searchesdesigned
designed to unearth an extensive plot plotagainst plota p101against
against a alnst the security of the republic were wereM wereI wereM
M I Grieffuelhes the virtual head of the theconfederation theconfederation tileconfederation
confederation of labor Leon Robert sec secretary secretary secretary ¬
retary of a branch of the confederation confederationCount confederationCount confederationCount
Count de Beauregard who was alleged to tobe tobe t tbe
be at the head of the plot against the gov government government goveriiment ¬
ernment Major Feulllant formerly formerl com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander of the imperial guard and M or Gil Gilbert Gilbert Gilbert ¬
bert editor of the imperial journal LAu LAutorite LAutori LAutori
torite tori to te teMACARONI
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MACARONI MUST BE PURE PUREWashington PUREVashington
Washington May Ma G GThe The department of ofagriculture ofa o oagriculture i
agriculture a rlculture today toda announced that inspec inspection inspection ¬
tion of recent importations of macaroni macaroninoodles macaroninoo macaroninoodles
noodles noo lts and similar products has shown shownthat showithat j
that these goods sometimes contain chem chemical chemical
ical preservatives such as fluorlds which whichare whi whiciare h hare
are regarded regard < > d as injuriousto injurious to health and am amt j jthat jthat
that after June 1 next n xt no importation of ci cimacaroni t t tmacaroni Imacaroni
macaroni colored with martins yellow or orother o L Lother i iother
other colors forbidden by b the Italian law lawor lawor lawor
or preserved with fluorids or other preser i ivatives i IvalivEs
vatives injurious to health will be per1 per1mitted per permitted I
mitted m it tEd
i 4 Allemannia Fire Insurance InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany InsuranceCompany
Company CompanyEstablished CompanyEstablished CompanyEstablished
Established 1S6S Assets SS702143S SS702143SPittsburg 8 STO2143 STO2143Pittsburg O21438 O21438g
g Pittsburg Pa April AprilThis 20 20This 20Ihis
This company does no business In InCalifornia InCaJifornla ine
California and has ha not a dollar at risk riskIn risk1n riskn
e
1n In n the San Francisco conflagration conflasrationSigned conflnrationSigned
feigned Signed C P KELLERMAN KELLERMANSecretary KELLERMANSecretary KELLEtMANSecretary
Secretary Secretarypany SecretaryG I Ii
G i Te are general agents for this com company
pany adjusting adjustinghere and paying losses I
here
TELLS OF LABOR LABORIN
IN NEW NEbVZEALAND NEbVZEALANDDr ZEALAND ZEALANDDr
Dr A L N McLean Talks of ofConditions ofConditions ofConditions
Conditions in the Austral Australian Australian AustralIan ¬
ian Commonwealth CommonwealthPRAISE CommonwealthPRAISE CommonwealthPRAISE
PRAISE FOR SALT LAKE CITY CITYHAS CITYHAS CiTYHAS
HAS A GOOD WORD FOR CALI CALIFORNIAN CALIFORNIAN CALlFORNIAN
FORNIAN SPIRIT SPIRITDr SPI RIT RITDr
Dr A TJ I Napier McLean M I Lean and his wife wifeof wifeof wifeof
of Wellington N Z are visiting in Salt SaltLake SaItLake SaltLake
Lake and will leave here today toda to con continue continue ¬
tinue an extended tour of the United rnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States They The will travel in this country countryfor count countfor countryfor
for six months and will visit every < > im important important important ¬
portant city and every point of interest interestThey InterEstrhe InterestThey
They rhe arrived in San Francisco l < < while that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city was still burning and Mrs McLean McLeansays McLeRl1sas McLeapsays
says the sight she saw there spoiled her hertrip hertrip hertrip
trip for a week afterwards They Th came cameto cameto cameto
to Salt Lake from Los Angeles and are areguests aregiIests areguests
guests at the Kenyon KenyonI
I admire the United States what lit little little littIe ¬
tle I have seen of it said Dr McLean McLeanlast McLeanlast McLeanlast
last night and I mean to see as much muchof muchof
of your country as possible in six sixmonths
months so that when hen I return home I Ican Ican Ican
can give an intelligent account of what whatyour whatyour whatyour
your people are doing over here hereSpeaks hereSpeaks hereSpeaks
Speaks on Labor Laws LawsNew LawsuNew LawsNew
New Zealand is not unlike the United UnitedStates Cnited CnitedStates UnitedStates
States in some respects and in other otherways otherways otherways
ways it is vastly vustl different For in instance Instance instance ¬
stance Our labor laws are framed to toprotect tothe toprotect
protect the laboring people and at the thesame thesame thesame
same time they are calculated to do jug justice ju jutice jugtice ¬
tice to capital Strikes are almost im impossible unpossible ¬
possible for the reason that when a dif difference difference ¬
ference between employes emplo es and employ employer ¬
er arises the controversy must be sub submitted
mitted to a board of arbitration and andboth andboth
both sides must under the Jaw abide by bythe bythe
the decision decisionOur decisionOur decisionOur
Our cities are built much like your yourAmerican yourAmerican
American cities and our street railways railwaysare
are also patterned after those in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Our climate in most of ofthe oftile
the country is a good goo deal like Califor California Caiifolnla Cahifornia ¬
nia or rather southern south rn California The Thecountry Thecountry Thecountry
country has a population of about 800000 800000is
is prbsperous and is advancing with withrapid withrapid withrapid
rapid strides stridesPraise stridesPraise stridesPraise
Praise for Californians CaliforniansI
I must say a word or two about the theCalifornians theCalifornians theCalifornians
Californians I admire the th > people of that thatstate thatstate thatstate
state especially those of San Francisco Franciscofor Franciscofor
for their courage During out visit to tothe tothe tothe
the ruined city I did not hear a omplaint complaintof omplaintof
of any an kind from the Californians about abouttheir abouttheir abouttheir
their great losses They bore up under underthe und underthe r rthe
the terrible catastrophe without a mur murmur murmur murmur ¬
mur and while their city was burning burningthey burningthey
they were planning to rebuild it itI
1 have read a great deal about the thedifferent thedifferent
different localities of the United States StatesI
I knew all about the history of Utah be before bffore before ¬
fore I came here For this reason my mytrip mytrip mytrip
trip will be all the more interesting as aswherever aswherever
wherever my wife and I go we take keen keendelight keendelight keendelight
delight in comparing our impressions impressionsformed impressionsformed Impressionsformed
formed before we arrived with what we weactually weactually
actually see The United States is a amagnificent a
magnificent country countr and her name is on onthe onthe onthe aL L
the tongues of every nation in the civil civilized ciyllized civilized ¬
ized world
AUTO ACCIDENT ACCIDENTNew ACCI DENT DENTXe
New Xe York May la C GIn In an automobile automobileaccident automobileaccident automobileaccident
accident today in Broadway Broadwa park near nearWhite nearWhite nearWhite
White Plains N Y Gifford Cochran a acarpet acarpet a acarpet
carpet manufacturer of Yonkers was se seriously seriously seriously ¬
riously injured The automobile collided collidedwith coUidedwith collidedwith
with a truck the horses of which were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed In Mr lr Cochrans party were Jo Josepli Joseph
seph Pulitzer jr Mrs Cochran Miss MissSally MiarSally MissSaJJyD
Sally SaJJyD D Dixon and George Simpson the thechauffeur thechauffeur tuechauffeur
chauffeur Although the car was com completely completely complctely ¬
pletely wrecked and the occupants occupantsthrown occupantsthrown occupantsthrown
thrown out only Mr Cochran was se seriously seriousb seriously ¬
riously hurt hurtFREIGHT hurtFREIGHT hurtFRE1GHT
FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED WRECKEDSacramento WRECKEDSacramento WRECKEDSacramento
Sacramento May GA A broken car carwheel carwheel carwheel
wheel caused the wreck of a freight train trainat trainat trairat
at Nord near Chico this morning J JCosello JCosello JCosello
Cosello who was on the train stealing stealinga stealin stealina
a ride had his leg broken Nobody Nobod else elsewas elsewas elsewas
was hurt The road was cleared early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this afternoon Th damage to freight freightwas freightwas freightwas
was considerable >
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necessary necessar arrangements have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made for or thd th prompt adjustment and andpayment andpayment andpayment
payment in full of our San Francisco
losses and that the assets of the com company company cornpany ¬
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WILLIAM FE1LER Secretary
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Camden Fire Insurance As Association Association Association ¬
sociation sociationEstablished sociationEstablished sociationEstablished
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Camden N J J April 21 21Loss 2LLoss 21Loss
Loss less than four hundred thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand sandOur sandOur sandOur
Our net surplus over five hundred hundredthousand hundredthousand hundredthousand
thousand Camden is all right rightSigned rIghtSigned rightSigned
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ON SALE TODAY TODAYWELL WELL SELL SELLs SELL50c SELL50c
50c Silk Organdies s at atThis 21 21c c a yard yardThis
This announcement will result in one of the largest days selling of ofwash ofwash
wash fabrics in the history of the department Such reductions youd youdexoert youdeX youdexeet
I exoert eX > tt to find at the end of the season rather than at the beginning beginnlnIt
It will prove to be one of Auerbachs Sensational ValueGiving Sales SalesThere SalesI SalesThere
I There are thirtyfive pieces in the lot The most lovely Silk Organdie Organdieweve Organdietweve or
weve ever seen NO two alike All new floral effects Different from fromany fromany V Van
I any an shown elsewhere Sell readily at 50 cents centsSpecial if
Special for Monday at a yard yardIf 21 15 15If
I If we can measure them as fast as the people can buy them there therewont therewont therewont
I wont be any left by noon noonTODAY noonI noonTODAY I
TODAY WELL GIVE YOU CHOICE OF THREE ELEGANT ELEGANTI
I 250 Muslin Skirts at 150 Each EachIts
Its a truly remarkable offering The price is considerably less than thanthe thantire
the cost of the lace and material One of them made of best cambric cambrictrimmed cambrictrimmed cambrictrimmed
trimmed in two rows of 1inch l inch wide Paris point lace insertion and 4 4inch 4inch 4inch
inch wide edging and fourclusters foul clusters of fine tucks the others equally as aspretty aspretty a apretty
pretty and as a > good in value Come extra wide in all lengths <
Th sale price Monday only P1 T 1 50 J
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Childrens Drawers DrawersMade
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In the lot are Paris White Lawns Lawnsup Lawnsup Lawnsup
up to 60c a yard Silk Persian Mulls Mullsup lluUsup Mulisup
up to 60c a yard White Persian PersianLawns PersianLawns PersianLawns
i Lawns value 55c a yard three of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most popular fabrics for Gradu Graduating Graduating Graduating ¬
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Monday at a a yard yardOr OJr OJrOr 3 373 373Or
Or three yards for a a dollar
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I Established 1891 1891Telephone 1891i 1891GEIMERAL
i GENERAL INSURANCE AND ADJUSTING ADJUSTINGTelephone 1 1Telephone
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Telephone 244 62 West Second South Street Streeti StreetFIRE
i FIRE ACCIDENT HEALTH LIABILITY CASUALTY PLATE GLASS GLASSi GLASSSTEAM
i STEAM BOILER PHYSiCIANS DEFENSE AND BURGLARY
Westchester Fire Insurance InsuranceCo
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Established 1S37 Assets 4053482 4053482New 403348New 403343Ness
New York City April 27th 27thWestchester 27thWestchester 27thWestchester
Westchester losses San Francisco Francisconot
not exceed Six Hundred Thousand ThousandSigned ThousandSigned ThousandSigned
Signed JNO H KELLY KELLYAsst KELLYAsst KELLYAsst
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This company has a net surplus surplusof
of 1678128 16781 8
25cVestsatl212c 25cVestsatl212cIs 25c Vests at 12 12c 12cIs
Is the special s1 > ecial in our Underwear UnderwearDepartment UnderwearDepartment UnderwearDepartment
Department today Its a a ladles ladlesfine ladlesfine ladlesfine
fine quality sleeveless low neck neckwhite neckwhite neckwhite
white vest in all sizes Theres not nota
a better vest offered 121 > J f
Leader for today at 72 2r 2
Limit four to a customer customerTODAY customerTODAY custciinerTODAY
TODAY TODAYl I
100 1 l 00 Tapestry Table Covers Coversand Coversand
and Couch Covers CoversValue CoversValue CoversValue
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Value 5400 400 and U50 450 at 245 each eachPrice eachPrice eachPrice
Price cutting was never re r so great greatA greatA
A strong statement but true as the theprice theprice theprice
price clearly indicates 84 and 104 104table 104table
table covers brocade and oriental orientaleffect orientaleffect orientaleffect
effect Bagdad and Persian styles stylesnot stylesnot stylesnot
not one worth less than 400 and andmost andmost andmost
most of them 450 450Monday <
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Petticoats made of good quality Mercerized Sateen umbrella flounce
finished with three twoinch ruffles tailor stitching
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Philadelphia May ra 2 2Girard 2Girard 2Girard
Girard will lose less than 4O000HENRY 450000 450000HENRY
HENRY M GRATZ GRATZVice GRATZVice GRATZVice +
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This old reliable company has 967 T Tits
148 net surplus
Also General Agents Agentsfor for the MARYLAND CASUALTY COMPANY of BALTIMORE MARYLAND MARYLANDEstablished MARYLANDEstablished
Established 1898 Assets 333199492 16692S7M Reserve reinsurance
Surplus for 34939559 34939559Employers 949a98s9Employers i499SStiEmployers
Employers remember your liability for accidental injuries lasts for four years y yearsa arsa a physicians liability the same Why not insure in a company cele J t
brated for its strength and andwhich which believes in quick adjustments without unnecessary red tape A company which has all of its assets in this country J
available for its losses Send us a memo of your expirations and let us figure with you youI J
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