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4 THE SALT UU LAKE E HERALD THURSDAY JUNE JI E 24 1909
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I HIGH IGH PRICES FOR FOOD FOODProfessor FOODProfeaor FOODProfeor
Professor Davenport of the University Universityif
if Illinois believes that the era of olchsap ofchomp ofehap
chomp food in the United States Sta is t alrnot al almost l lmot ¬
most a thing of the past and his view viewha viewha viewha4
ha ha4 been accepted in many quarters quartersPopulation quarterPopulation
1 Population is overtaking production productionand
and the tide of Immigration shows no nosigns noIgns noMgns
signs of cessation Professor Pr leuor Davenport Davenportsays
says sayst
saysAny
t Any way you can figure it we are arenear arenear arenear
near the end of cheap food In this th coun countr counI coonC
C tr try > which means that the population li libeginning Isbeginning IiJ
J beginning to overtake the food supply supplyWe supplyI
I We 1 car Increase Inc production yet et man manfold manfold mans mansfold
I
fold by means of better methods more moreintensive moreIntenllt moreT
T intensive practice and the requisition of ofundeveloped ofundeveloped ofundeveloped
undeveloped areas but the best land landhas landi landbaa
i has been developed its fertility has hasbeen basj baabeen
j been more or 0 less depleted and some of ofit ofk ofIt
k it has already been abandoned abandonedYet
i Yet prices on the farms have not kept keptpace keptpace keptpace
t pace with tho cost of capital labor and andother andi
r i other elements of expense For the de dep doade decade ¬
p cade ending end in < < with 1SW 1 the average ave farm farmprice farmi
i c price of wheat was MM 51 cents a bushel busheland buhelHI buahelfor
HI and for that ending with INT 1 It was
1 63 365 45 and there has ws been but a very veryslight veryElIght veryslight
slight increase e In yield yieldCuriously yieldCurIously
1 Curiously enough the British BrlU people peoplewho peoplewho popIeI
I who depend upon the world at large lar e for formost formoat formost
most of their foodstuffs do not pay pa an anexorbitant ani
i i I exorbitant price for their wheat and andflour andflour
10 i flour The average prices of wheat In InEngland Inj inI
j t I England durl during th the past quarter of a acentury aj acentury
j century aho shows s that there were only onlythree onlythree onlythree
three years In which the yearly price of ofwheat ofwheat
1 wheat was above a 1 dollar a bushel buehLFor bushelFor
i For the past ten te years the yearly rtv aver average avera averae ¬
age a e was aa low as 7t cents and as ashigh uhlSh
1
high as 5 MU II cents IMS 1 > But for the thegreater theJ theu
u J greater part of that period it was under underr underwas
r r I I 90 cents a bushel The cheapest wheat wheatwas wheatwas wheattural
was bought bou ht in those years of agricul agricultural ap1culi ¬
i tural depression following 1WI 1 when whenfor whenI hen henj
I j J for a year or two the British public publicpaid publicI
I 1 paid lets than 70 rents nts a bushel bushelOur bulletf
f p Our British cousins do not share In InProfessor InProfeflllOr InProfesaor
Professor Davenports views regarding regardingdear recardlnIe rogardinclear
Ie i dear Par food so far as they are con concerned coni ¬
I cerned rned If the wheat raised In this thiscountry thtCOuntry thiscountry
i
country Is needed for home consump consumption ¬
tion they the look to Canada < nada Argentine ArpnUAustralia ArgentinaAustralia ArgentineAustralia
Australia and India to supply the de deficiency dei doficiency ¬
3
i ficiency and keep their money invested investedat
at the best possible rate of Interest all allover allilt alli
ilt I l i over the world Owing Owln to the ease with withwhich withf withwhIch
which combinations are formed and andin and1I1lIntaifted andiiintatfled
f in lintained in this country < the people peopleare
are raying top prices for fA > r everything everythingfood
food clothing clotblnsahd and machinery especially especiallyIf
If Professor Davenports deductions are areti aretru re
ti trut uc we e shall soon be face to face with witha
a situation demanding a radical change changeIn
In ii the meantime Great Britain wilt con continue coni continue ¬
i tinue to buy American Am rlcan goods and pro products proUCtS ¬
1 homo ducts UCtS cheaper than they are si sold at athomo athom4 athom
THE CORPORATION TAX TAXRegarding TAXI TAXRegarding
a
I j Regarding the proposal of 0 President PresidentTaft Pre dCllt
t I Taft to tax the uet earnings m of corpo corpora ¬
u i i ra ration t lone a Brooklyn man writes to the thcNew theNew
r New Ne York World as follows followsA
A national tax upon the net profits profitsof
i I of corporations means a vast national nationalarmy nationalarm nationalarmy
army arm of official spies apl upon corporations corporationsto
to be i appointed by the party in power powerat
t J at Washington and under unci < < its control controlIt
I J L It means more office holders to prey preyupon preyupon
1 upon the earnings of the masses more morepatronage moret morepatronage
t f patronage e for the party In control more morecorruption morei morecorruption
i corruption at the capital of the nation nationA
f I Ill fl A tax of 1 per cent upon the par parvalue parf
f 1 I value of the capital stock bonds and andsurplus andH andL
L surplus of corporations transacting in interstate In41r ¬
1 41r H t 4 r JI I terstate or international commerce as a aconsideration aconsideration
j 4 i consideration for the exemption euaap on from frontpersonal frompersonal
personal liability of the shareholders shareholdersof
r f j I f of corporations will require no such sucharmy Iuchf sucharmy
f ts army of spies spiesEvery apIeat
i t it I Every very corporation corporatJonmakee makes an annual annualreport annualif
if i t I f I report to Its shareholders If the capi capital capli ¬
i Iitt r b tal Is Inflated the corporation win pay paymore paymore payS
> S < l f L more In taxes taxesHow taxesF taxesHow
F i How long 10 will the United States StatesSteel StatesSteel
J < l lS Steel corporation pay an annual tax of ofti ofr
S r P Pl l ti 17000000 upon the par value of its itscapital Itsti itscapital
ti capital stock bonds and surplus r Such Sucha SachH
H 19 a tax can be collected cheaply without withoutspying wtthousp1
1 spying sp1 upon our industrial institutions institutionsThe
l J 1 I 1 4 The late Le Grand B Cannon told toldme toldme
5 < me that the tb > Vanderbilt party forced forcedhim forcedH forcedaj
H aj t him out of the presidency of the Dela Delaware Ia Iai ¬
i 1 ware re lie Hilton Hu son because he paid the thestockholder0 theJ thestockholdor
J f stockholders 10 per rent w which the com company company cornI ¬
I j i pany earn earneii Wbpn hfn n thp th Aarulerbilts ob obtained 00J oht ¬
J t i t 1 tained confr il th thy re reducf lui eJ the dh dlii jvj jvjdends t tdends
i dends to 6 per cent for the purpose e of ofbuying ofi ofbuying
H buying in the stock at a reduced price priceA
i
t 11 j It A tax of 1 per cent nt on surplus surpluswill surplusit
I it f t will be a great protection to minority minoritystoi minorl minoritystockholders r rt
t i stoi Itolkho1 stockholders kholders prs or f corporations anj an viii viiiS ill illalso 111dl
S dl also prevent ttu watering of r capita capitastxk ctpita1I < < pital pitalI
I stxk ° nn anti < j bnils bnilsTaxation bndsh bnmlsTaxation
h I Taxation of f the IUIJIUI urr > lu might ml t do gool gooland goo gooand gooland
and yrviAct n roIact Lact the small stockholders stfl < 1cldl i Ij
1 1I
j I I l lI le I
e i
the mutter of distribution of dividends dividendsthe
the melon cutting under tho present presentsystem presentsystem presentsystem
system being participated in by tho thoin those UlOIein
in t untrl < > nt < l Since the dUrusslon di > has been beerstarted beenltarter beenstarte1
started it becomes moro apparent every everjday eeryflay everyday
day that the country is upon the verge vergeof vergeof
of direct diro > ct taxation in one form or an another another another ¬
other and that It will III not be long de delayed delayed delnye4 ¬
layed I
PROVING OVER TO CANADA CANADAThe CANAOThe
The fact that many Republican news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers favor free wood pulp and print printpaper printpaper printpaper
paper while advocating advocatJ C prohibitive du duties duties duties ¬
ties on almost t everything elM gave th thtrustowned the thetruatowned thetrustowned
trustowned senators to an opportunity to Uaccomplish toaccompl toaccontpftsh
accomplish their undertaking < < and at atthe atthe atthe
the same lIIe time stop the mouths of tM tMparty theparty th thparty <
party organs The forests fore of the coun country country country ¬
try may be depleted and the machinery machineryof
of the trust mills old and antequated antequatedbut
but these drawbacks are going to be txsettled beeettled besettled
settled out 01 the pockets of the news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper publishers regardless of politics politicsmany poUtinmanT politicsmany
many of whom with 1th high tariff tarifiproclivities tariffprocltYIt1eII tarIffproclirItles
proclivities would stand by and andand andlutd andand
and watch the robbery of an another another any anyother
other class c of citizens In a legal ant antgentlemanly and andentlellll1ly andgentlemanly
gentlemanly manner It may be com comforting comfortinc cornforting ¬
forting to these people to know that In Ira Ina ina
a short time M b per cent of the plant plantiof plantof
of the International Paper companjwill company companywin
will have been transplanted to the Do Dominion Dominion Dominion
minion of Canada and eventually th thbulk the thebulk thebulk <
bulk of business of this highlyfavored highlyfavoredtrust
trust will be transplanted over the line linethe Unethe linethe
the manufacturing end of ft at ac least leastThen leastThen leastThen
Then we shall have free wood IIo Od pulp anc ancfree and andfree andfree
free paper or at least reciprocity with withCanada withCanada withCanada
Canada Until such time the tariff Urlflwill tariffwUl tariffwill
will likely stick In spite ef all the pro protests protesu protests ¬
tests of the press
EXTENSION OF MONOPOLY MONOPOLYIt
It is the th general opinion that the heel heelpackers beetpackelll beefpackers
packers of the United States are pre preparing lKepartft proparing ¬
paring to invade South America ant antestablish and andeatabUah andestablish
establish immense plants for slaughter slaughtering ¬
ing cattle The tanning and leather Itbertrade leathertrade i itrade
trade of this country is apprehensive apprehensiveand
and Is not satisfied t1a ed with the mere de denial denl den1 ¬
nial of the packers who have already alreadjembarked alreadyembarked alreadyembarked
embarked In the tanning < < industry The Thtrecent The18eot Therecent
recent bond b nd Issue of the Armours it if ifthought Itthoupt Isthought
thought probable will be used in an ef effort effOlt etfort ¬
fort to control the cattle market irSouth In InSouth InSouth
South America and of course hide hideand hk1esand hklesand
and leather will go with the horns and andhoofs andboot andhoofs
hoofs and quarters of f beef beefThe beetIhe beefThe
The senate has voted an ad valorem valoremduty valoremduty valoremduty
duty of IS per cent on hides while th thsentiment the theMftUinent thesentiment <
sentiment in the house is in favor oi oimaking otmaklOfl ofmaking
making them free It itscharged i8 charg chargd by the theshoe theshoe theshoe
shoe and leather men that the duty if iffor 18for Isfor
for the beneflt of the big packers while whilesome whileIIOme whileesme
some of the statesmen contend that the thefarmers thetarmer thefarmers
farmers will 111 derive the greater gre ter share of olthe ofthe ofthe
the benefit benefit Regardless He rdJess of tariff tariflspeeches tariffapeeehEl8 tariffspeeches
speeches the fears of the men engaged engagedin
in the leather Industry that the packer packerare packel1lare
are likely to control the trade both bothhere bothhere bothhere
here and in South America appear to tobewell tobe tobewell
bewell be well founded foundedfc
fc
The German reichstag has passed a abill abill abILL
bill to second ec cond nd reading taxing the un unearned unrnec1 Unerned ¬
earned rnec1 Increment on land values These Theebe Thesebe
be strenuous times for wealth earned earnedor
I or unearned rned
Leon Ling continues to be arrested In Invarious Invarious Invarious
various parts of the country yet he hemay hemay hemay
may be snugly hidden away in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York all aUthe 11 the time
The French officiate offici are not so easily easilyhandled easilyhand10ed easilyhandled
handled as their fellows fell ws in this country countrySo
So far United States Steel common and andthe andthe andthe
the Paris bourse are Strangers
The Utah building having been for formally forIly forntlly ¬
mally Ily opened the Seattle exposition expositionmay
may proceed with the rest re t of the pro program prom program ¬
gram m
Ve e may all be aviating thistime this tIme next nextyear n9ttU1 nextr
year U1 r if General Prosperity Pro perlty keeps his hisword hisword hisword
word
Th The owner of the Boston Nationals Nationalslooked Natlonalsloctked Nationalsleaked
looked at the standingof the teams and anddecided anddecided anddecided
decided that life was not worth living
Salvations free and they cannot shut shutoff shutoff shutoff
I off the supply of air Hallelujah
Butte ranks ranksth with th Boise olse and the cellar cellarchampionship c cellarchampionship llar llarebaplonhlp
championship is doubtful after all
LIFES FITFUL FEVER FEVERM
M r A P PAn PAn PAn
An amusing amu fng acendote is told of how howCecil howCedi howCecil
Cecil Raleigh Ralei < < h and Arthur Collins were wereone weNone wereons
one day shortly after the installation of ofa ofnew ofa
a new heating apparatus directing a re rehearsal rehearsal rehearsat ¬
hearsal from the stalls of Drury Lane Lanetheatre Lanetheet Lanetheatre
theatre The smallpox epidemic had hadrecently hadrecently hadrecently
recently brokau out and the dramatist dramatisthad
had Just been vaccinated Presently Pre ently Mr MrRaleigh MrRalelh MrRaleigh
Raleigh noticed that his neighbor seemed seemeda ee eea
a trifle tri e restless re zeetl tleu as and asked If anything anythingwas
was the matter Im feeling a little littlepeevish ltttlepeevfsh littlepeevish
peevish was the reply Smallpox old oldchapT oldchap oldchap
chap suggested Mr Ir Rateigh Please Pleasedont Pleasedont PIeaedont
dont Joke about It like that protested protestedMr
Mr Collins Perhaps I shall feel better bettershortly beUershortly bettershortly
shortly Then Mr Raleigh began to tomop tomop tomop
mop his brow L dont feel at all well wellmyself weUmyMlf wellmyself
myself he volunteered Im getting gettingfeverish gettingferlab gettingfeverish
feverish too A few moments later laterthings laterthings laterthings
things grew serious all round and beads beadsof
of perspiration rolled down their CheeksLets Cheeks pheeksLets heeks heeksLot
Lets Lot s get away and s see a doctor doctorgasped dO doctorgasped < tor torp
gasped p ped Mr Collins As they were about aboutto
to leave one of the workmen approached approachedwith
with the remark Beg your our pardon sir sireating slri slriaUng sireating
eating happaratus seem satisfactory satisfactoryThe 88tlltact 88tlltactThe
The pair had been sitting over a heating heatingvalve he hedtingsalve UD UDlve
valve valveFRANK salveFRANK lve lveFRANK
FRANK IF F NOT FLATTERING FLATTERINGS
< S sn n Francisco Franei eo Chronicle ChronicleWilliam ChronicleWtlliam ChronicleWilliam
William F Duty the American consul consulin
in Tabric told in a recent letter a story storyabout IItOryatlout storyabout
about a Persian prince princeA
A party of English tourists were trav traveling travelf traycling ¬
cling elf in Persia and in Tabriz Ta m they in invited Invltecl invitod ¬
vited this prince to dinner He came camesplendidly camesplendidly camesplendidly
splendidly attired In gold and white whiteBut whiteBut whiteBut
But he was taciturn He seemed disap disappointed disappointed disappointed ¬
pointed When the dessert was served hesneered heaneered he hesneered
sneered and said saidI
I am pleased to see that the Knglteh Kngltehmen ngIlshmen
men are now taking < < a leaf out of the thePersians thePersian thePersians
Persians a book bookHow bookHow bookHow
How so o Prince Pri KamllT said id the thehosts tbehOllts thehoMe
hosts wife a tall lean Je n woman with un unusually 1Iaunany unusually ¬
usually long teeth teethThey teethThey teethThey
They leave all their pretty women at athome atbome athome
home said Id the prince frankly
ANOTHER DEFECTIVE MEMORY MEMORYWashington MEMORYWaahfu MEMORYWashington
Washington Waahfu ton Star StarRastus StarRutua StarItastus
Rastus said the soUdUons employer employerdidnt eMJtIoyerd14ot employerdidnt
didnt I warn you against the dangers dangersof
of intemperance intemperanceYassir IntmperanceYmr IntemperanceDidnt
Yassir YassirDidnt
Didnt I t ten ll you Ou not to drink any anything anytMn ¬
thing tMn stronger than gl ginger ger ale aleDas aleDas aleDas
Das de word dat done bother me I Icouldnt Irouldnt Icouldnt
couldnt remember dat gerale part I Idone Idone
done my bps but all I could recolleck recolleckWEre
were de first syllable
THE GREAT UNSHOD UNSHODWashington UNSHODWashington UNSHODYasliington
Washington Star StarThink StarThink StarThink >
Think of f rich men in this country who whorn whcefl
rn n walktd wa Iktd barefoot barefootYes1 barefootYN barefootYeL
Yes1 answered flW the theatrical theatricalr manag managrr
rr r and think of f the rich performers performershn
wi hn r one dunood dl < nc d bircfoot
r CSOCIETY CSOCIETYThe l SOCIETY 11 11l J Jfhe
The Country club was crowded with withguests with3llelits withguests
guests during the th middle of the day dayyesterday dayyuterday dayyesterday
yesterday over 100 enjoying the table tabldhote tabledhote tabledhote
dhote luncheon out there Numerous Numerousparties NumerJsparUe Numersparties
parties were made up for the luncheon luncheonvarying luncheonvaroln luncheonvarying
varying varoln In size from two to twentyfive twentyfiveThe
The largest Ia was given by Mrs rs William WilliamP
P Kiser in the private dining room roomher roomher roomher
her guests numbering twentyfive The Ttwtable Thetable Thetable
table was most artistic arU tlc with quantities quantitiesof
of crimson rambler which was used In irprofusion Inprofusion inprofusion
profusion everywhere The affair was wasin wasin wasIn
in compliment to outoftown friends friendsMrs friendMra friendsMrs
Mrs Frank Doge and Miss Kiser who whcare whoare whoare
are guests at the Kiser Kl er home Mrs M WU William WU11am WUlIam ¬
liam P Platt and Mrs Gaudier Bridge Bridgefollowed Brldpfollowed Bridgefollowed
followed when Mrs Platt and Misi MisiAlleen MI MIAIleen MisaAlleen
Alleen Maclean won the prizes prisesAnother prizesAnother prizesAnother
Another large luncheon was that thaigiven thatgiven thatgiven
given by Mrs Robert H Allen for foitwenty fortwenty fortwenty
twenty guests when the long table in inthe Inthe inthe
the main dining room was decorated decoratedwith decorated1th
with pink peonies and pink roses Later Lateibridge Laterbrldae Laterbridge
bridge was enjoyed five tables being beingplayed bel beIngplayed g gplayed
played and prizes were won by Mrs MrsHartshorn MrsHartshorn MrsHartahorn
Hartshorn of Boston Miss Olive Bartch BartchMrs BartchKrs BartchMrs
Mrs John Y Rich Mrs H D Niletand Nilet Nlleaand Nbaand
and Mrs Irs Brig Cannon CannonMrs CannonMrs CannonMrs
Mrs Esther F Filer entertained 9 9company a acompany acompany
company of sixteen at a luncheon for foiMrs forMrs forMrs
Mrs Stephen H Babcock formerly of olthis ofthis ofthis
this city who has recently returned to tcmake tomake tomake
make her home here Ira Filers deco decorations decorations decorations ¬
rations were of pink sweet peas and andgYPIt andgypsy m mgypay
gypsy mum An informal game fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed lowedMrs lowedMrs lowedMrs
Mrs T H AVoodbridge entertained a aparty a apart aParty
party of ten friends for her guest Mrs MrsFord 11rsFord MrsFord
Ford of Denver and numerous num 8 smaller smalletparties smallerpartfes smallerparties
parties were enjoyed enjoyedx enjoyedThe enJo7edThe enjoyedThe
x
The marriage of Miss Jean Spenceiand Spencer Spencerand
and Merrill Newton Farr which took tooVplace tookplace tookplace
place yesterday at noon in the tempi tempiwas teplplewas templewas
was followed last evening by an infor informad Informad informad
mad reception at the Spencer home to tcover toover toover
over 300 of the friends of the two young youngpeople youngpeople Oungpeople
people From 7N on through the even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing the homewaa ringing with the mer merriment merriment morriment ¬
riment of hundreds of friends and gay gaywith gayIth gaywith
with Ith the roses of June and the happi happiness happlne happiflees ¬
ness ne of good wishes The bride was a abeautiful a abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful picture in her white messallnc messallncgown messa1lnegown messalinegown
gown with lace trimmings and a great greatshower greatshower greatshower
shower of brides roses She waft at attended attended attended ¬
tended by her sister Rehan who wore a ablue II IIblue ftblue
blue and white organdie and carried carriedpink carriedpink carriedpink
pink roses Mrs Spencer wore a hand handsome handme huidsome ¬
some me gown of black and white mesfia mesfiallne meiHIaifnI me3saline
line with real lace trimmings Aswit AS8ItIng Asslttog Aswittag
tag In receiving the friends tere ere re Mrs MrsD MrsD MrsD
D S Spencer Mrs C S Burton Mrs MrsMyra 11rsIra MrsMyra
Myra Ira Rossiter Mrs Stanley Cluwson CluwsonMrs ClawSn1Ira ClawsonMrs
Mrs Lou McCune Mrs Eva Y Davis DavisMrs DavIsMrs DavisMrs
Mrs W V J J Bennett Mrs Newton Farr Fanand Farrand Farrand
and Miss Leah Farr were in the dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room and here Miss Margaret Whitney WhitneyMiss WhitneyMiss Vhltney11as
Miss Blanche Squires Miss Burdett ButUettClawson BurdettClawson BurdettClawson
Clawson Miss Juliet Knowlton Miss MissLyn 11I8sLyn MissLyn
Lyn Knowlton Miss George Felt Miss MistHelena MissHelena MissHelena
Helena Mead Miss Louise Spencer and andMist anI andMIss
Mist Nan Clawson served Mr and andMrs andIr8 andMrs
Mrs Farr will m be at home shortly at 51 51Gordon 51Gordon SiGordon
Gordon avenue avenueA
A pretty home wedding of last even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing was 8 that of Miss Ada Bransford Bransforddaughter Bransforddaughter Bransforddaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs John D DBransford DBransford DBransford
Bransford to Dr Milford D Bransford BransfordThe
The ceremony took place at the home homeof homeof I Iof
of the brides parents at 830 in the theevening theevening theevening
evening Rev Charles E Perkins offi officiating officiating oildating ¬
ciating The bride was attended by her herstater herslsterl188 hersister
sister slsterl188 Miss Frances Bransford and andRev andHev andRev
Rev Maxwell W V Rice was the best bestman bestman bestmen
man The ceremony was witnessed by byabout byabout byabout
about sixty friends of the young people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and a reception followed the marriage marriageThe
The bride wore a white hlte satin gown and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried white roses The house was wasbright wasbright wasbright
bright with roses both pink and white whitethroughout whitethroughout whitethroughout
throughout the rooms Dr and lIrBranstonl MrsBzansford Mrs MrsBransford
Bransford left last evening for a short shortstay shortstay shortstay
stay In It California and they will 111 be at athome atberne athome
home after the middle of July at Gar Garfield Garfteld Garfleld
field where Dr Bransford Bran ford is l practicing practicingmedicine practicingmedicine practicingmedicine
medicine medicineMiss medicine1IIs medicineMiss
I
Miss Merle Lynch was the hostess hostessyesterday ho hostessyesterday tes tesYeJterd
yesterday y afternoon at a card party for forabout forabout forabout
about thirty of her friends given in inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of Miss 11I8 Cora Little whose mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage to Ray Boote of Denver takes takesplace takesplace takesplace
place late in the summer Seven tables tablesof
of the game me were played and prizes prizeswere prizeswere prizeswere
were won by Miss Little and Miss Mar Margaret Marpret Margaret ¬
garet Werner The hostess s was assist assisted ¬
ed in serving by Miss Marguerite Tay Taylor Taylor Paybr ¬
lor Miss Ada Ferguson Miss Wick WickStephens WickStephens WickStephens
Stephens and Miss Jay Whittemore WhlttemoreThe
The house hou e was decorated with quanti quantities quantities quantitle ¬
ties of roses rosesMrs roseslra rosesMrs
I Mrs S H Pinkerton entertained yes yesterday yeterday yesterday ¬
terday at a most delightful bridge bridgeluncheon bridgeluncheon bridgeluncheon
luncheon for the Utopia club members membersThe me jberl jberlThe
The luncheon was served at the Branp Branpford Branfford Bransford
ford at 1 oclock and decorations of ofroses ofro ofroses
roses ro eII carnations and sweet peas were wereused wereu wereused
used u ed In the game which followed Mrs MrsA 1IrsA
A B Stevenson Mrs E A Wedgwood WedgwoodMrs
Mrs George Reed and Mrs H C Hoff Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman ¬
man won the prizes The next meeting meetingwill meetlnwill
will be with Ith Mrs E A Wall two weeks weeksfrom weeksfrom weeksfrom
from Wednesday at the Country club
Mrs White wife of Lieutenant Sher Sherman Sherman Skierman ¬
man A White who has been visiting visitingher
her parents Mr and Mrs J G Jacobs Jacobsleft Jacobsleft Jacobsleft
left yesterday for Summit N o J to Join Joinher Joinher joinher
her husband Mrs White was sum summoned summoned summooed ¬
moned by a telegram telling of the se serious Berl sorious ¬
rious rl us Illness of Lieutenant LIeutenantVhite White with withtyphoid withtyphoid withtyphoid
typhoid fever and pneumonia Lieuten Lieutenant ¬
ant and Mrs 11 White were expecting to tosail tosail tosail
sail on July 5 for the Philippines PhilippinesThe
The marriage of Miss MI Fern F rn Scott of ofArmlstead ofArmistead ofArmistead
Armistead Mont to Le Grand Young YoungJr
Jr of this city took place last evening eveningat evet1lnat
at 5 oclock at the Scott home The Thewedding Thwedding Thewedding
wedding was a quiet one the bride bridebeing bridebeing bridebeing
being attended only by her sister Miss MissFay MissFay 1186Fay
Fay Scott the only guests being the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two families Mr and Mrs Young left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for a two weeks eastern trip and later laterthey laterthey laterthey
they will make their home here hereMrs hereMrs
Mrs D E Moore and her daughter daughterMrs
Mrs 115 Wragg entertained a party of oftwentyeight oftwentyeight oftwentyeight
twentyeight guests yesterday at a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon for Mrs and Miss Dayton Daytonwho Datonwho Daytonwho
who leave today toda for the east aft after aftprspending afterspending r rspending
spending the winter with the Gorham Gorharafamily Gorhamfamily Gorhamfamily
family The guests guee were seated at atseven at8een atseven
seven small tables and red roses were wereused wereuaed wereused
used in decoration decorationMiss
Miss Birdie LafTgton entertained entertainedabout
about sixty of her young friends last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening at a dance at the Langton Langtonhome Langtonhome Langtonhome
home The young hostess was assisted assistedby
by b Miss Blanche Martin and Miss Jettie JettieMcKarrick JettleMcKarrick ettl ettllcKarrrek
McKarrick and the Misses Irene and andInez andInez andmen
Inez Langton served punch A supper supperfollowed supperfollowed supperfollowed
followed the dancing dancingMrs
Mrs J M Callow and her children childrenleft
left yesterday for San Francisco Franciscowhence Francl Franclwhence Franc1sewhence
whence they said Id on June 26 for or Hono Honolulu Honolulu Honelulu ¬
lulu Later in the summer Mr Ir Callow Callowwill Callowwill Callowwill
will Join them for a aUnie aUnieMrs time timeMrs Umel1ra
Mrs Hal Russell Ru eelL known to the stage stageas it
as a Miss 11 Ada Dwyer has arrived from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the east and will spend the summer summerwith BUmmerv1th sunnuerwith
with the Dwyer family familyMrs familyMrs familyMrs
Mrs Ralph E Hong ROIL < < will give an to toformal btformal informal
formal reception this afternoon for forFran fOlFrans forFranz
Fran A Blachoff at her studio 1W 1WSast 1 1But illinst
But Third South street streetMrs tltreetlIrs MeLMrs
Mrs Samuel Paul and MIss Paul wlU wlUentertain wlUentertain willentertain
entertain this afternoon at a Kensing Kensington ¬
ton tea at their home homeMiss homeItSg homeMiss
Miss Merle Lynch will 111 entertain again againthi againthis
thi < afternoon at her home this time for forthe forthe forthe
the Misses Warner WarnerThe WarnerThe
The Bay View fw Reading club will en enits enM
N > its annual anni ouUng today at Saltair SaltairM
a
MT3 M 73 3 ij o Vun will he the hostess
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today at an afternoon affair for Miss MIwCora MissCora I111tiCora
Cora Little LittleMrs LittleMrs LittleMrs
Mrs Ad Kuhn and Miss Kuhn were weredown weredown weredown
down from Ogden y ytlEit yesterday 6t rday to s spendthe spend spendthe d dthe
the day dayDr dayDr dayDr
Dr Helen Hunt is here from San SanFrancisco SanFranc1 SenFrancisco
Francisco Franc1 co visiting vtsU Mr II and Mrs George GeorgeGannett GEIOfeGannet GeorgeGannetL
Gannett GannetLMr t tMra
k sk skMr
Mr Ellen Elliott leave shortly shortl for forVenice forVenice forVenice
Venice to be a guest of o Mr and Sirs SirsDavid lIrsDavid MrsDavid
David Evans for a part of the summer summerJC summerMn summerMrs
JC A Sfc SfcMrs
Mrs W Bdwam Fife left last even evening evenIng evenleg ¬
ing for Cheyenne to spend some me time timewith tfmewith timewith
with her brother T A Cosgrtff CosgrtffMrs CcrlffMn
Mrs J T Treasure entertained a few fewfriends fe fefriends fewfriends
friends very informally yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at bridge bridgeThe brld brldThe bridgeThe
The largest Ia event scheduled for to today today today ¬
day is the bridge brk1 tea at the Country Countryclub CountrYclub Coufflryclub
club at which Mrs Ira Edward J Roberts RobertswUl Roberj8wUl Robertswill
wUl be the hosteee and Miss 11 Mar Mary Bru Brudte Brodie Brudie
die the guest 1IeIIt of honor honorMrs honorMrs
Mrs 118 W V R Wtghtman and her daugh daughter ¬
ter Mrs Bugene Bu De Barnes will entertain entertainthis
this afternoon at bridge at their home bomon homeon me meon
on Second avenue avenueMrs avenuerL avenueMrs
Mrs rL Bryan Conrad entertains today todayat
at a luncheon at her home b me in Fort FortDouglas FortDouglaa FortDouglas
Douglas DouglaaJoIIII DouglasMrs
Mrs F E McGurrln entertained enterialned a aparty apart aparty
party of seven veD young girls yesterday terday at ata atluncheon ata
a luncheon at the Country club clubThe clubThe clubThe
The management of the ship restau restaurant restaurant rsstaurant ¬
rant at Saltair will entertain a party partytonight partytonight partytonight
tonight at a banquet to celebrate the theforma tileforma theformal
forma opening of the th restaurant restaurantThe r taurant taurantThp
The marriage of Miss III s Edna O Shields Shieldsand ShlEldsand Shieldsand
and Waldeiiar J Orlob will take place placetoday plartoday placetoday
today todayMr todayMr
Mr anti Mrs W H Arnold and fpm fpmHy fmI
I Hy of New Orleans formerly of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltI
I I Lake are in town visiting friends
FLIGHT OF THE THEFLY THEFLY THEp
I IBY IBY
p FLY FLYBY
BY FREDRIC J HASKIN HASKINThe
The fight on the house fly that Is now nowbeing nowbeing flowbeing
being made in the various cities of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country has brought brou ht about a complete completerevolution completrevolut completerevolution
revolution revolut n of sentiment as to that Insect InsectWhen IBAedVhen insectWhen
When science came to look carefully Into Intohis Intohis intohis
his habits Mr Fly was found not to be bethe bethe bethe
the inoffensive sort of citizen he had al always always atways ¬
ways been regarded It had long been beenknown beenknown beenknown
known that be was bothersome but he hewas hewas hewas
was found to be a villain of the deepest deepestdye deepestt17e deepestLye
dye killing more people every year than thanare thanlire thanare
are killed by all the murderers in the theworld theworld theworld
world He has be been n given ven a new name namesince namednce namesince
since his true character has come to tolight tolight tolight
light a name which brands him wherever whereverhe
he goes sothe the typhoid fly y Dr L O OHoward OHOard 0Howard
Howard the United States entomologist entomologisthas
has selected that name for him He Heagrees Heagrees Heagrees
agrees that the term is a little harsh harshas
as there are other causes of typhoid and andays andys andsays
says ys that manure fly y would fit him himrather himrather himrather
rather better since his favorite breeding breedingplace breedingplace breedingplace
place is in horse manure But for pub public public publie ¬
lic ue Dr Howard thinks typhoid fly flyis flyla flyis
is the beat t name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The evidence against the fly y is com complete comJllete cornplete ¬
plete and convincing < < Many a murderer murdererhas
has gone to the gallows on weaker Not Notlong Notlong ot otloftC
long ago < < 0 414 flies were caught cau bt in differ different dltferent differeat ¬
ent parts of the country and they car carried carried cariled ¬
ried an avemge of a million and a quarter quartergerms quartergerms quartergerms
germs to the fly y It may be said by the theakeptic theskeptic theSkeptic
skeptic that the fly y Is so small he cannot cannotcarry cannotcarry cannotcarry
carry filth But If It anyone will look at athim athim athim
him through a highpower ° d microscope microscopethe microscopethe
the error of such a conclusion will ill be beclearly beclearly beclearly
clearly seen en Under the microscope he be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes the most fuzzy fuu creature alive alivehairy alivehairy alivehairy
hairy from tip to to toe and terribly in indifferent Indifferent Indifferent ¬
different about keeping clean cleanThese clea1Theae cleaaThee
These 414 flies were caught In sterilized sterilizednets teriulzednets
nets so that none of the germs found foundcould foundcould foundcould
could be laid to the account of the net netThen netThen netThen
Then each fly was placed In a separate separatebottle separatebottle separatebottle
bottle which had been sterilized and filled filledwith tilledwith fiIlewith
with a known quantity of IIteriUzeater sterlllzeuwater sterilized sterilizedwater
water The fly was allowed to swim swimaround s1maround swimaround
around until exhausted and then a drop dropof dropof
of the water was placed under a micro microscope rncroscope microscope ¬
scope and the germs counted A careful carefulrecord carefulrecord carefulrecord
record of each fly y was kept and the thegerms thegerms thegerms
germs found on each were found to range rangefrom rangefrom rangefrom
from 560 G to 6130000e tIO W000e tlmated The next nextfly nextfl nextfly
fly fl that falls into the readers coffee coffeeor
or his milk may leave six million germs germsIn
in the cup
The house fly is thoroughly omnivorous omnivorousHe
He will eat anything ythln that he comes cometacross comesacr08ll comesacross
across and the more filth lth there Is the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better it suits him Breeding in manure manureby manureby manureby
by by preference he spends a fclr share olhis ol orhis ofhi
his hi living days in such surroundings He Heflies
flies direct from the manure heaps to toour toour toour
our houses and onto our food whenever wheneveropportunity wheneveropportunity wheneverOpportunity
opportunity presanU Itself and Is always alwaysladen ala8laden alwaysladen
laden with microscopic particles of filth filthand filthand filthand
and disease Here again has Mr Fly
been caught with the goods on him himas himaa himas
as the police say In the army camps campsduring
during the SpanishAmerican war it wa waafound wasfound
found that the flies which swarmed about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the latrines would come directly to the themess themt88 themess
mess tents the white lime being betn plainly
visible on their feet In New N w York filth filthwas ftlthwas filthwas
was dyed with th red Ink and set in the thestreet thestreet theStreet
street Flies soon showed up in the house housewith housewith housewith
with red on their feet
The most mo t startling and conclusive evi ¬
dence that has been brought against a alnlt the
fly fl Is that gathered by Dr Daniel D
Jackson In his investigation of th the sub subSL
ject SL of harbor P0l pollution t on at New York
With lth his assistants he went Into the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole question with great thoroughness thoroughnessr
and J1 his 1 findings are noteworthy He
found r that In the neighborhoods of sewer seweri seweroutets seweroutlets
outlets i l i8 the flies were moet numerous and
that In those same neighborhoods typhoid
fever and other Intestinal diseases were wereIOIIt
I moat ° t Prevalent The number of victims
of Li LidJeM these dJeM dillea diseases e roe rose and f fell with the
coming and passing of the fly y tribe Daily
examlna examinations ° n of c captured Ptur n mea were made
and millions of germs were found In Inn
some instances n I08 the flies were carefully carefully1
washed and < 1 completely cleansed of
germs They were then released and al altt0K
lowed tt0K tt0Kwarm to swarm 5r over Infected material
In the laboratory
They collected as many
germs th the second and third time as they
did the first In one Instance a hundred
thousand typhoid fever feverv germ were found
on a single fly
In New York there are more re than 5000
deaths from typhoid and oth r lateUnal
diseases during the fly season It Is Ises es
thnated that were the v fly effectually ban banWOuld
Ished It WOuld result In the saving of ° i ia
5008 s lives a year In that city and the theHM
prevention Of SaMO cases ca e of sickness
Typhoid HM fever Is estimated by experts to
f cause 1 aIL5i2u5j an annual econom economic c loss amount
Ing to W3JOOOOOO 350000009 In the United States Statesand
and fully 85000000 In Canada It is also alsofSnthat
figured fSnthat that the American people spend
18000000 a year for door and window windowscreens window8Clens windowscreens
screens Not only is the fly a dissemi ¬
nator of typhoid but he likewise commu communicates communicates communicates ¬
nicates tuberculosis by carrying It from
the sputum of tubercular patients to oth ¬
ers and carries every form of Intestinal
d dt disease Se ealM I It ls said w that much of the thecholera theeholera thecholera
cholera infantum the most fatal of chll chllto
drens disease la carried to the thean little littlevicUms littlevictims
victims by b > the files filesIt fliesIt
It has been found In studying the life
history of the fly that the female lays laysan
an average avera < < e of liD eggs e < < ga during her life ¬
time and that in favorable localities there thereare thereare thereare
are twelve generatlon of them In a sin sinf single single
gle season f One writer has figured from
this that the progeny of a single pair of
files which survived the winter would wouldamount wouldamount wouldamount
amount to several sextillions But when
it is remembered that one sextillion Is laone Isone Isone
one thousand thou and million trillion It will ap
EfJL1 pear that he i h ha has overshot the mark 5f Ifevery Itevery
every egg hatched and every female fly y
lived to lay 1 129 eggs the result would be
Just about what was estimated But
figuring that only fifty females would
hatch from the eggs of each fly the theresult there theresult
result re ult would still reach the Inconceiv Inconceivable ln oncelv oncelvable onceivable ¬
able total of 488 quintillion flt flies e
How iroxwsible Il > OSsfble It is that even such
figures obtain ie shown when one comes
to figure up the bulk that such a num ¬
ber of flies les would make More than 100
flies cannot be contained in a cubic Inch Inchof Inchof Inchof
of space yet piled that closely clo ely 418 quln qulntllllon qulntimon quintiliion
tllllon flies ies would cover 10000 square squaremiles squaremiles squaremiles
miles of territory one foot thick and andthe andthe andthe
the progeny of 302 311 pairs of flies would wouldcover vouldcover wouldcover
cover every acre of United States terri territory territory terntory ¬
tory one foot thick But If each female
fly brought forth only ten other female femaleflies
flies les the total progeny of a pair of file filestarting filetBtarUn fliesstarting
starting at the beginning of the season seasonwould seasonwould seasonwould
would be over twentysix trillion Evan E
with ten female flies to each generation generationthe
the resultant bulk produced by a single singlepair singlepall singlepair
pair starting in at the beginning of the theseason theseason theseason
season would fill 150 million cubic feet feetof feetof feetof
of space the equivalent of the excava excavations excavations excavations ¬
tions at Panama for the best month and anda ad ada
a half ever put pt In by the canal diggers diggersSeven diggersSeven diggersSeven
Seven different varieties varltes of fifes I are arefound arefond arefound
found fond in dwelling houses houss ranging from fromthe fromthe fromthe
dwelng
the one which rejoices rejices in the scientific scientificname stnUdc stnUdcnam scIentlcname
name nam of Musca Musa Domestlca Dmelc to the plain plainBluebottle plainBluebottle
Bluebottle Bluebotte Mueca 1lu Domestic Dmestca stands atan at atthe atthe atthe
the top of the th list Itt as nlnetylht ninetyeight out of ofevery ofever ofevery
every hundred flies tes belong to his fam family famIy family ¬
ily ever Iy It I Is upon him that Dr D Howard Howardwould Howardwould Howardwould
would forever upn affix affx the name nam typhoid typhoidfly typhoidfl
fly fl Men read with wth horror hor of the rav ravagee ravage rayages
ages age of the tigers of India and of the thelong thelo thelong
long lo list lst of men and women who fall fal vie vietime K Ktime
time UI to the cobras cbrs deadly dly bite Tin Tinsympathize They Theysympathize l
sympathize sjmpathlze with the races rac of men iho ihohave whtnve whuhave
have nve not been bn released rels from fr the thrall thralldom thral tli rail raildom
dom of the mosquito moulto and ad yet conserva conservative consna consnaUve conservafive ¬
five scientists Iclenti ts declare that Musca Musa Domes Domestlca Domts DomtsUca Domestica ¬
tlca ie I a more deadly enemy of mankind mankindthan mankindthan mankindthan
than mosquitoes moult and lions lons and tigers tg rs and andsnakes andsnake andsnakes
snakes snake combined cmbined Yet for generations generationshe rnerauons rnerauonshe
he has been n allowed allow to t dwell in mans mansown mansown mansown
own house houe and when we have hav screened screenedhim seened seenedhim screenedhim
him out it has been b because buse he was W trou troublesome troubesom troubiesome ¬
blesome besom and not because baue he was dan dangerous dangerous dengerous ¬
gerous The T microscope mlcroop was the te agency agencythat a agencythat cJ I Ithat
that revealed revlJ his true tre character characterThat characterThat characterThat
That cleanliness tenUn is next nxt to godliness gltl was waanever wasnever
never nver better beter exemplified exemplfi than in the case caseof caseof
of the fly fv He must mut be born b in filth filthIf 11h 11hI
If I the female cannot cannt find manure in which whichto whicht
to t deposit dposit her eggs eg she singles slnres out the thenext thenxt thenext
next filthiest flthiest place plac she se can find Ind Old Oldrags Oldrgs Oldrags
rags rgs form a favorable favorabl substitute sbtltute for fo th thstable the thestable < > I Istble
stable stble Waste aste paper ppr constitutes another anotherincubator anotherIncubtor anotherincubator
incubator Incubtor But it is always necessary necessarythat ner necessarythat
that tt the eggs egs be laid hi I filth flh of some somecharacter somecharacter
character It I Is I believed helve by b the authori authorities author authortties ¬
ties ti on the th subject subjet that tt i If approximate approximatecleanliness apprximate apprximateclenlne approximatecleanliness
cleanliness clenlne reigned regecl everywhere ev1whe the fly flypest fy fypest flypest
pest would wol disappear disppar This Tl is proved prved t texperience b bexperienc by byexperience > >
experience experienc In the th mountains mountai of Vir Virginia Virgnia Virginia ¬
ginia there to I a little ltte summer summeresort summeresortaroun resort resortaround resortaround
gnia which built cot cottages cottages
around aroun are buU some se thirty ct cttage ¬
tages tage It Is a deserted derf village villge from fromtomber Sep September 8p 8pttmber ¬
tember ttmber to June not a soul sul living there thereduring theredurtng thereduring
during those th months month When the cottage cottageowners cotagE cotagEonen cottageowners
owners onen move in in June there ther is not a
to be seen save the few that follow
the horses ho8 of the th cottagers eta er up the moun mountain mountain inountam ¬
tain tam side for two miles me But they never neverbecome neverbme neverbecome
become bme numerous numeru until more mre than six sixweeks sixweeks sixweeks
weeks after afer the fly season s reaches rechs its itsheight Itshight itsheight
height hight in the Shenandoah Shenando valley valey below belowThe belowThe belowThe
The first frst arrivals arrival of the next summer find findno fnd fndn findno
no n flies ff there all al those tb of the te previous previoussummer previousemme previoussummer
summer emme having perished prh in the te cold and andfor andfo andfor
for fo lack of filth filthThe nth nthT filthThe
The T fly nuisance nui in the t country cntry is I a far farharder farhrder farharder
harder hrder one to handle than that in the thecities thecU thedUes
cities cU since Ilnee the t farmer farer with a dozen dozenhead dozn doznhd dozenhead
head hd of horses hor thirty or forty fort cattle cattleand catte catteand cattleand
and sheep shp and hogs hos in proportion proprton can cannot cannt cannot ¬
not nt have the sanitary snitar conditions conditon surround surrounding surroundIng surrounding ¬
ing him that are a possible pble in cities cUes In InISM
ISM 1 Dr Howard cooperated Cprat with the theWashington theWahinton theWashington
Washington Wahinton health halh office ofice In seeing g that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th stables att in the business buln section stn of the thecity thecty thecity
city cty were ere kept clean The Te result r lt was a aremarkable I aremarkable
remarkable falling fain off of in the number numb of offives offli orflies
fives fli in that tht section IcUon during dur the sum summer summer sumuser ¬
mer merIt merIt userIt
It is I thought that th the th automobile automobie and andmotor ad admoto andmotor
motor moto wagon will 1 ultimately ultmately go 0 far to toward toar toward ¬
ward solving Ilvfng the fly f problem prble In the cit clttae dtI citlee
tae ar It I ts i reported rted that ttt hi I those t neighbor neighborhoods neighbr neighbrIs neighborhoods ¬
hoods where wher the garage gge has h taken tkn the theplace th thJe theplate
place Is of the livery lv stable Mble the fly fy crop crophas cropbs crophas
Je has shown shw a corresponatng C coercepon lag decrease decreaseSome decreaseSm decreaseSome
Some bs cities dte have enacted enctd laws la relating relatingto relatingt
to Sm the t care and an disposition dlapition of stable Itbl ma manure maRure manure ¬
nure t which will 11 If I enforced Bfr go far to toward towtd ¬
ward wr eliminating elmintig the t house hou fly fy Public Publics Publc Publcseatlmt Publicsentiment
s seatlmt sentiment ntlm nt mar m yet yt Dnlb oanish the city cty horse horsestable hor horsestable
stable able as a it I has b already alnd banished bnlahed the thepig thep thepIg
pig pen and ad with wt the coming cming of the thehonel thehl thehoree
honel p p M age in the t cities e flies ff may die disappear dil diesppear ¬
appear hl ppr from the tb large lr centers cate of oflatlon popu population populadon ¬
lation lationCopyright ladon latlonCopyright
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