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I O ii F F1 OFFER OFFERMisunderstanding OFFERftiisunderstandjng
Misunderstanding of Lodges at atFuneral atFuneral
Funeral of Dr E C CMerrihew CMerrihew
Merrihew MerrihewQUOTES MerrihewQUOTES
E c Verrlhew 2 local aentJet1 dendt
died Beveal da days ago was waserday burl Q Qcrday
crday with the impr8UliY8 Masc Marntc lc
tJal servlce being held in n the Ma Maoni M
oni temple corner Second Baat ait and
Art South streets and at the eeme
t Dr Merrihew bad been a prac pracng
iflg ng dentist In the aouthe southeastern stern part l1tl
l 1 L Lo 0 city for a number of Y yoar r ha hag hay
c g an office at the corner of Twelfth TwelfthUtll
Utll th and Eleventh East lit etreet etreetIn reets reetsIn
In addition t4 > being a mltmber of tho
usonlc order In guod d standhtg Dr DrI I
I Jerrlhew w wa allM a member ot the theIt
L It Lake lodge No 27 Independent 01 01r Orof
r of Odd Fellcnn FellcnnOdd FollowwOdd
Odd Fellows Withdraw Withdrawk I IJrough
k Jrough a regrettable ml miuntier miuntierLnding undel undelj
j > anulng the members of the latter latterJdge latterJdg
Jdge did not attend the service al alvugh alt
t vugh theYDrebed they jnarched to the MaaonS MaaonSt
t mple with that object in view viewfe viewKe
fe Odd Fellows were of the opinion opiniont
t at they Would be allowed to take takoc
c oudaIy art in the erloe bat on onIF
11 arrival at the temple their off oftlt I It
t t sa say they were Informed that thatB thatW0U141
B would not be permitted aa they theyOi theyOiid
Oi Oiid d attend as cItizens only It I Id Is
d 1 they were further Informed that thatt thatU
t ey wished to go to the cemetery
i ley mu must t discard their regalia This Tblaas
as not to their liking and the mem memIg meinleft
Ig left In a body bodynfflcers bodyit1cers
nfflcers of the Odd FeUo Fellows IIY they theyJ
J YE been caring for Dr Merrlhew Merrlhewt1rIflg en1he en1hettlrlug
ttlrlug the 1ut four months of his ill 111EP ill3e
3e EP during which time benefits benefits1ounUng benefitsDounting
1ounUng to nearly Ute 1O have been beenl
A prominent Mason stated last night nightI
I at it would be contrary to rule and andIJrecedent andrecedont
IJrecedent to allow aaoth other r frater fraterral fraterai
ral ai or secret ret organlation to take Bee Beec1datY seecidary
c1datY part at a funeral given under underdirection unddrdirection
direction and with the ritual of oft
t f Masonic lodge He said that the theCTDbrs therubrs
CTDbrs ot any other order were a at asto
t to attend the services IUI were the thef3iOns theMaon
f3iOns but t that t they could hardly hurdlYTeel hardlyC
C Teel to attend In a body and break breakIto breakI
Ito I to the ritual by using part of their theirrr
rr service ryIce lIe added that the Ma Mat
t WI i i Would not think of going Intull IntullgaUa in full fullgaIa
gaUa to a funeral held under the theUrr theLirtIon
Urr LirtIon t1on ot another ord order r aDd expect expectt
t take a secondary part In this ser serres r rHS
HS Had the Odd Fellows consulted cowmltedtll
tll the Masons in advance h he said aaldt
t e regrettable Incident would Dot baTe baTecctlrred bareGtrred
cctlrred cctlrredPEARY
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4 ItrJn tiry Indkate that the expedition bad badnpltahed hadytpllehed
npltahed its purpose Professor Xc XcH1an Mcflan
flan said at Battle Harbor that he had hadn
< n Harry Whitney at Etah and that thattIe thatit1
it1 tIe y did Dot tell anyone any one of Dr Cook Cookvery Cookswery
very or the pole polePeary polePeary
Peary Tells Story Storywas I Ias
was as at Battle Harbor that Coin COUlI Coinnder
I nder er peary told the story to a core coremore scoremore
more of COrre correspondents poqdent8 Dr hl jour sourI
1 ire wilt bead no more trlplil to the tbeIi theth
Ii nor for that matter to the Ant Auto AntHis
o t k His work In the loa fields is fin ltnoJ
1 have accomplished hed the ambition of of1if4
1 1if4 i f IIILid M the commander commanderC X Bball Bballlwars
C lwars ways be Interested In Arctic explora explorad
d hut It must now be left to younger youngertmander = I
n nCOlumandel
COlumandel tmander PearY otten n broke his nar nar1i nart
1i t to call uponProff8 upon Profew4or r Donald lc c cnaturalist
11 naturalist and geologist 14 relate relaWRit I Ip
p Rit nddent tdent of the trip Xo o le Inter Interthan Interg
g than Pearyll dash to the pole were were1ioverIefi re I
f dh IOTertH ot Professor eor clUan of
1 aJd stores of Mven previous Arctic ArcticfltiOflS rcU rcUlitlon
litlon tho e of Gtneral Greeley In Inst InS4
st Commander HaJJ In 1rl the theruundsen therunisen
ruundsen exploration part of 90 Sir StrJ SirJc
J Jc n Woods V odM > expedition the exploration explorationIfI
IfI rw of Admiral Sir George Sare aret In Inand
7 and the expeditions of f CommaDd CommaDdt Conimaiidiary
t Iary in 196 1 and l9C l9CAs 9 9As
As to the Controversy Controversynmmander Controversynunander
nmmander PanTy prefaced the aqui laquisiL l las
L as he alled U with the statement 8tatementt
t t be bad made his poItition char In ref refr
1 ne to the Cook controversy in early earlyfH earlylehes
fH ehes which bad been sent b wire wireJ
J to the Associated Press Ple18I
I thall pay DO attention to the fake fakefiorie fakeS
fiorie S ries or any 8I sk llllUes ald Com Cornfl1t
111 Peary that are put out to de defrom 4eV
V from the main question lIas Cook CookN
N at the poMr poMrDo 101e l llJo
lJo you think It poaIbJe for any man mantake I It
t take ob observationS 14 prove that he was Willit wasrt
rt t tl t pole ole he was aged agedIn
In Ti the opinion 08 Admi Admiral Mfllvtl1e j UJ
1 x Admiral Sir George Nares are R X Xa Nad
a ad d npelt ys s h he 1 1Tea reipondeO reipondeOT
Tea T e he continued I do not care to toek toetk
ek of other ob ervatletul In view of ofi oftht
i It I claim and I waft ay anything anythinguntil
1 until the statement signed by an anJr anb
b Jr r is offered and then I will submit submitN I It
t Rtat tatenrnt tatenrntThe meDt meDtTho
The tory of Christmas day in the Are Arof
f was pictured b by Command Pasty pearythletic Pastyt
thletic t ± 1etic ront contests st8 were nk arranged ged bT Pro ProiSW Pross
iSW ss clillan and a running COUIIIe COUIIIec courascf
c cf F > yards on the Ice and snow was WIUfd wasL1d
L1d fd out be the Roosevelt ROOIIeVeJtiII1stmaa Rooseveltlirlstmk
iII1stmaa day alLs In the dead of oft
t Ardlo1 nilbt and to light tb tho racing raclnlb
iil b lI lltle t1e on lampfl were ere set et Qn snow snowUI1tS snowcuntS
UI1tS In the rUring yellow light this thisveii
veii Eiol i company hooded and garbed thI 10 Inic
1 ic ba hcavy furs or the north gathered lid lidnl1Iaudad andTauded
nl1Iaudad the co1t co 1tfItants 1tfItantsTuh stanUJ stanUJT
T Tuh h Cuh Mall won on the race f for r mar mare1 maret
e1 women and Professor KclI McUlIan llan had hadHed hadred
red the election of 0 on of three things th1npJI
JI I the t ie priseo bar of soap a box of oft ofkTec1
t kTec1 JTed and a frosted cake
Chooses Soap as Prize PrizeYe
Ye were all curio curious to know which whichS
11 t H i Tuh Cub Ifh woUld select aid aid1fellIOr saidrofeSsOr
1fellIOr HcMIUao I kneW I would wouldtake wouldtktkt
take the frosted cake if It bad been my myuke niyfoICe
uke but she quickly took the soap soapflJr soapMOSS
flJr rOM Marvin won the footrace for forH
H I Americans while stctoo won the race raceJ
J the E klmo men menThe flflThe
The holiday was fittingly observed on onI
Roosevelt and while musk ox took tookfJla tookpaee
ri < I
fJla paee of turkey there were all eorte eorteIJu soitsj
j < IJu puddings dlnp and S1fJetmeatll on the ta tae inWe
We e had Washington pudding and plum plumlMing pium1Uing
lMing and Captain Bartlett opened a ar
1 r ktd kt d canister ter of good things which his blswif hiswift
wif < quietly gave to me before We let letfhe letthe
the RJuth and told me to give e It to her herhJeband herusband
hJeband on ChrIstmas day I found that thattn thatPer7
tn pry bad Worked the captain the tbeme therne
me way and had given him a locked lockedirdster lockedjrlster
irdster < for me t lie opened on Christ CbrlIItJ Christlay
J = d8 lay We e had hot toddy and cigars cigarsr
r ail AU the members of the party partyeclwd partycelved
eclwd a box of candy from Ira IraPur frs frsieikiug
Pur Puretkin ieikiug etkin of the scientific value of the tbexpedltlon thepedttion
xpedltlon to the north pole Cornmandel
1 a ary ry aid that soundings from Cape CapeI 1 1lumbla
I lumbla to the pole wele valuable and andfJpJtmented andiriplemented
fJpJtmented the data given by NIUIMII Nansenttii
111 lagnl on the other side of the pole poleConquest poleConquest
Conquest of the Earth EarthThe EarthThe
The reaching of the pole added addedlal addedeaiy
lal eaiy Is proof of mans final conquest conquestf t tM
M f the earth As It stood with the pole poleIfound polelffund
Ifound It was a continual reproach to toi tojvfllzatlofl
i vlUzation The discovery of the south outhVQle southpole
pole nay now be looked for u aD jU a apLed I Ipted
pLed fact Work in the Antarctic is isquite I Iquile
quite different from that In the north northn
n expedition to tim north pole must mustmplete mustmpIte
mplete Its work within the year ear No Nobase Nobase
base can be left Lr ul another years opera operaHons operalions
lions while In the tb Antarctk un explorer explorerall
all hy Y a beat wllkh will IJe penna penuuen I
1 en nt for the fUUcl adan the next nextfar 1extear
far earihat
111 ihat t Green Greenri rd r the U AnI ruth l rcgiOIJ rgioI1l
111 be become ome sln r resOrt th n Hl ue i iommander ii iiI >
I ommander leL ffjnt tlfd bi c rld rldTn ndTn
Tn GoodSflI physician of the expeditIon expeditIone I
3e e t1 that the dry air and constant constantjrPiit onstantJnlrllt
Jnlrllt t tb SIPII sn IfT wa c a t fifO flrf n i
1 I tAJJilo t c r rtplrtr 1 1lllnr
lllnr lit tMC 1 4 J J I I
Rosa YttrviD rv1n who ho WaS drowned on Apr11
11 Ve were in our ingloos said he hewhen bewhen
when ICood Look Too and Inuh Glut
Too whom Percy the steward had hadchrl badchristened
chrl christened tened Harrigan came Into camp with withtheir withtheir
their heads down They shook their heads headsand headsand
and we kIiew that poor Marvin had been beenlost beenlost
lost They said they found tIle hole where wherehe wherehe
he had fallen through the Utln Ice and nndthat andthat
that they could se tho back of his fur furI furcoat
coat above the BU surface rface of the water waterCommandr waterCommander
I Commander Peary was asked If he be belIeved be1eed
lIeved The pole could be reached again againand againand
and to what be ascribed his success successI
I belIeve he said that any mem mom
her ot my party could reach the pole poletwIce poletwice
twIce out of three thnes Just the eame eameac oaineas
ac Captain Bartlett could take the tlleROOfIevelt theRoos
ROOfIevelt Roos volt through the Ice floes to toC5pe tocape
cape Sheridan four out of five times timesYou timesYou
You get your training s asyot 014 progress Jlrogrosstord progresstoward
toward the pole 1 keep Ryself sound soundcJoan soundeloan
cJoan and straight and this hall been beenof beenof
of gn t help In the trials of a rigrous rigrousellte rigrouachaste
chaste ellteTbe chasteThe
The expedition this time Was prob probaNy probably
aNy fortunate in the absence of winds windseast windseast
east and we west tacros8 across our course ond nd to tothe tothe
the fortunate prevailing wind Ia our ourfaces ourfaces
faces which held the Ice to the laud laudNew landNew
New Kind of Sledges SledgesA SledgesAgain
A Again aln we had the adn advantace of 8 8new anew
new type of sledges without which whichWe
We would not have been able t4 > make makeour makeour
our remarkable progress s This type of ofsledge ofsledge
sledge the Morris X T8BSuP sledge sledKesbows sledgeshows
shows marked devel4 development > pment It to toduce3 e educo
duco the tractIon force on the doge dogsand
and also reduces the strain on th the drh drhen drherp
en It 1 Is no piCRic in the Arctic just justhard 18t j
hard work ork all the time There I Is no noriding I IridIng
ridIng on the sledge but just PU push pushlug
InK every minute mlouteProfessor minuteProfessor
Professor McMlllan temnr telhtn of fInd fIndIg findlug
Ig relics and sto stores of earlier axpe axpedltJonB expeditlosa
dltJonB said he came upon some sup suppU supplies
pU plies at Fort Conger which hich ha had been baenleft beenleft
left tt thero re Ity the Greeley expedition In In18S1U
18S1U 18S1UThere 188184There
There were coffee tea canned pots potstoe potstoes
toe and rhubard and I tried them all allbe allbe
be Mid It seemed strange to think thlnithat thinkthat
that seventeen out of that party of oftwentyftve oftwentydye
twentyftve had died of starvation after afterthel afterthey
they had left these provlllions behind behindThey behindThey
They had to go back under orde and andftolled andfailed
failed to find the relief ship at Ca CaSabine Cape CapeSabine
Sabine SabineI
I also found a trunk of C ColonEi > lonqI Da DaTld Darid
rid Brainard and 8 scientific bo be be10n11ng helonin
10n11ng to Lieutenant Frederick Kls Klsl1nsbury KisItngbury
l1nsbury from his Bon Hard IlslIng IlslIngbury lisl1ngbury
bury There was also u tempetuttlre tempetuttlreb4
b4 0k Inscribed To Lieutenant Jils Jilslinger Kislinger
linger from 1I bs 1 old friend and well wellwiJIher wellwisher
wisher George W Clark 1ktrolt
Klch There were also uniforms of ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Greele which hlcb I wore and a abook abook
book In which George W Rice photog photograpber photogreplier
replier at the part had placed son sonplate earnsplates
plate Near by was a sheet of paper paperon
on which were some notes addressej to tothe tothe
the chairman of some banquet which whichbad whichbad
bad been held by the party In tb the Arc Arctic Arctic
tic There were other relics such as aswatch aswatch
watch charms mUllcalinstrame musical lnstrnmeaita ta and anitick andstick
tick pin
Relics of Explorers ExplorersXear
Near Eth I came upon the old Po Polaris Polane
lane house In Thank God harbor which wbichhad whichbad
had been used b by the expedition of ofColonel ofColonel
Colonel Dr Hall In 117 I found at atlatitude atlatitude
latitude 8144 a cuff on which was wassUll wasstill
still plainly written the name of Sir SirJohn SirJohn
John Lockwood hUe at Kukan I Iwalked Iwalked
walked Into an Eskimo hut and found foundthe foundthe
the Jl klmo eating off a plll plate e on the theback theback
back of which was the name of the theahip theship
ship Gjo which carried the Amund Amundsen
sen expedition of 190106 I mye nve the tbeEskimOI theEskimos
Eskimos a cup for themselves themselvesPrOfe themselvesProfessor
Professor or Mc11lllan said that he heme hesame
same me on tb the old headquarters of the thexpeclltion theexpedlUon
xpeclltion of Admiral Sir George Nare NareCa Naresnear
near Ca cape Sheridan SheridanWhy
Why 7 was it that you and the other otherlId othersdid
lId not 20 to the pole with Commander CommaaderPeary CommanderPasty
Pasty Instead of Henson r ieIlIlan ieIlIlanasked McMhhlaawas
was asked askeduse askedBecause
Because use Henson was better fitted fittedlie
lie replied He wu stronger and had hadmore hadmore
more experience was a better sledge sledgedrher sledgedriver
driver and repalr and In every way wayWall waywas
Wall the man te go goHcard goHeard
Heard Cook Report ReportBattle ReportBatfie
Battle Harbor Labrador Sept 19 by byIaroonl byMarconi
Iaroonl wireless via Cape Ray Sept It ItAt 19At
At lea t one man on the Roosevelt knew knewago knewlong
long ago that Frederick A Cook had reI reIported to toported
ported having reached the pole He Is IsWUltam IsWflhlam
WUltam PrItchard assistant cook on the theRoosevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt who remained at Annatook to toguard toguard
guard the stores storefHe storesHe
He declared he bas not spoken to DY DYone anyone
one on board of f Dr Cook achieveMent achieveMentbut I
but whoa confronted yesterday WIth a awirel8f aw1re1e
wirel8f II message from midocean that Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook said Pritchard knew the wOOl story storyof
of his dub for the pole the youth outb ad admitted admitted
mitted that be had learned from Dr Cook Cookdtatlli CookdetaIls
detaIls uf the final march and that Dr DrCook 1 1Cook
Cook had explained to him the route routefolluwed routefollowed
followed folluwedWhether followedWheth
Whether B Boatswain Murphy also was In Informed informed
formed of Dr Cooks success Pritchard PritchardcUd
cUd not know but uoque unqvestlonabhy tlQft y Harry HarryWhitney HarryWhitney
Whitney Who was at the storehouse storehousewholi e eben
wholi ben Dr Cook returned is conversant converantwith conversantwith
with all the facts Whitney did not die d18clCMe dieclose
close this Interestlrg piece of news to toCQRunander toCommander
Commander Pasty and Pritchard kept keptIt
It from Peary In th the entire voyage oT oTthe 0 0the
the Roosevelt to Battle Harbor HarborPritchard HarborPritchard
Pritchard said that he was at the house houseat
at Annatook with Whitney and Cook Cookwhile Cookwhile
while Murphy Wall at Etal lIe heard heardDr
Dr Cook describe to the New Haveh Havehaport Ilavehsportsman
man how he went to the pole and andremained andremained
remained there two days He could not notremftllber notremember
remember whether r Dr Cook said he re reftlalned touained
ftlalned there April n and April 2 2 or orwhether orwhether
whether It was April 2 and April AprilDr 23 23Dr
Dr Cook used a mp to illustrate the theroute th throute 6 6Asked
route followed followedAsked
Asked why he had not repeated this on
board the Roo Roosevelt PrItchard said that I
Dr Cook had asked him to say nothing nothingabout nothingabout
about it until the Roosevelt reached clvtU clvtUsatlOT clviiination
nation satlOTWARM nationWARM
Continued from Page 1 1and i iand
and his father one of the elder states statesmen statesmen
men of Japan In their native country
I I bring from my father his humble
but sincere good wishes said Mr Ir
Xauukata who later In response e to a aquestion aquestion
question from the president said Id he hegraduated hegraduated
graduated from Yale 111 88 88You 88rou
You ought to know HettICIBge
then said Xr tr Taft TaftHOb TaftOh
HOb yes 811 I remember him he played playedslieh playedsuch
such football footballCome footiahlVerne
Come here He called the prelll pres
dent and the big Yale guard tower
log above the tbr4 throng > on the clubhouse clubhouseporch clubhouseporch
porch came forward nf warmly to greet
his old classmate
Mr Otaui president of the
Yokohama camber or commerce Pru
Innt Taft exchanged many pleasant pleasantrecollecUonll pleriaanrecollectIons
recollectIons or former a associations In
Japan Mrs Taft and I remember
Yokohama especially well declared
the president and we still value moet
highly the silver service pre presented U8
b by the chamber of commerce there and andwhich andwhich
which we continue now to use at the
White house Whenever Mrs Ir Tart Tartserves Taftserves
serves tea that silver makes her the theenTY theenvy
envy of all the matrons that come to
the White house houlJeBaroo houseBaron
Baron Shlbu Shibusawa aw in his addreu addreusaid nddremsaid
said rb1 Tbisis ls one ot the proudest mo moment memeats
meats or my life It ha Just been our ourgood ourgood
good fortune to be intrOduced to your yourpresident our
president Idt aDd be hB been 80 kind and
110 0 gracious that we all Individually feel
honored and thank him tr4 from > m the hot bottom hottorn
tom ot our hearts heartaMessage heartsMessage
Message From Emperor En1perorOn
On the ee of our deP departure rture 00 the thepresent thepresent
present mission the emperor honored honoredU8
U8 In a way quite unique ID OUr bl his history 1 1tOI
tory He graciously Invited us to a
banquet at one of his palaces an honor honornever honornever
never before given to any private In Indlvidals individuals
dlvidals however distinguished going goingabroad goingabroad
abroad without any official capacity
On that memorable occasIon the em emperor emparer
peror was plea d to express to us usthrough usthrough
through the minister of his housebold houseboldhis
his hi high approval of our visit to Amer AmerIca Amerlea
lea and gave us to under understand tand that the thesuccess thesuccess
success of our mission wu a matter matterof
of deep concern to him Scarcely less le88deep lessdeep
deep was the Interest manifest in our ourtrip ourtrip
trip by the people at large From min minIsters ruinhaters
haters of tate doWn to the very man manIn manIn
In the street the whole nation united uultedIn
In giving U8 a sendoff such 311 Is given givenonl givenonly
onl only to the men going to the front In Indefenlle Indefense
defense of home and country From Fromthis Fromthis
this you can ean easily Infer boW how strong atrongand strongand
and universal Is t the enthuBIm enthusiasm ex excied excited
cied cited In Japan by our preont present visit to toyour toyour
your cuntr COuntry COuntryThis
This 1 Is only another manifesttion manifesttionof manifestation manifestationof
of that lul8rly peculiarly deep sentment sentiment or ortrerrJshlp offriendship
trerrJshlp friendship and god good wi will which the peo peopIe peopo
pIe of Japan have always tel felt and andiuaIly nd ndtlrnaly
tlrnaly iuaIly tet feel towrd toward the peoplo of this thisenlghtened thisenlightened
enlghtened enlightened republc republc1fy republic republicMa
1fy Ma t the he strong ties of frendship friendship friendshipo
1 o bppi 1ipiIy bind together the the1t thett
1t tt stiT at < glW grow sti18trQng still strnger < r i s sA
A an m may their friend I
Last Ember Exinguished Extinguished at atNoon atNoon
Noon Yesterday Afer After 22 22Hour 22Hour
Hour Fight Wih With Flames FlamesAt
At noon yesterday the last smolder smolderIng smolderlug
lug hep heap of what had been a a part of ofthe ofthe
the vluablo valuable lumber stock of the Gran GranIo GranIto
Io Ito Lum1er Lumber company was torn to ploes ploesand pieces piecesand
and 1ho the final sparks of one of the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest fires in tho clS citys history
wer were extinguished I It took the fire
depbont departmont twentytwo hours wih wihmOt with withmost
mOt most of the fremn firemen frm from the various variousstations
stations taton of the deprlment department to put out outthe
the fire fire All through the night and
long aftr after tbf the buildings and lumber lumberSlleds lumbersheds
sheds ad and most of buiding the stock werE were but
blakeno blackened ruins the grat great heaps of ofwood ofwood
wood In the open yard ard contnuod continued to
blase and smolder intermittently
Three stems streams pumpd pumped from Parleys Parleyscreek
Parleys Parleyscreek
creek hy the big stemr steamer from the cen central central
tral stton station pled played on the smoldering smolderingples smolderingplies
ples plies until dyUsht daylight when the work of ofteaing oftearing
tearing them aprt apart wa was started startedo
S o tar Chle Gloro ha has not b been en able ableto I
to lCrtn ascertain the exat exact damage or the theinsurance I IInsurnc
Insurnc insurance crrie carried on the stock and andbuidings andbuildings
buidings buildings of the Granie Granite Lumber corn eompn cornpftn3
pn pftn3 Th The etmte estimated 10 lose 8tl still stands standsclose
clo close to 100000 000 wih with only about one onesixth onesixth
sixth of I It c8rO covered b by insurance InsumnceAccrding insuranceAccording
Accrding According to officrs officers of the com compy cornpanT
py panT the work of clearing up the yard yardand yardand
and repiring repairing te the damage Will Ill com commenc cornmenca
menc menca at once and new stock wil wilt be beInstle beInstalled
Instle Installed InstalledThe
The It meat maket market drug store har hard hardware
wre ware store and grocery store which whichwere whichwere
were ouste ousted from gocery 1lelr their loctonl locations wil wilbe will willbe
be without housing unti until reports can canbo canbe
bo made Work ork wil will commence at once onceThe
The main buidings buildings of the compny compnywhich company companywhich
which stood too cloe close to the yard were weremore weremore
more seriously Ittcd gutted and considera considerable
ble rebuiding rebuilding 12 will be n4esBn necessary
ship b be forever bsed based on mutual re rept toepect
epect pt and cmon common regard for Justce JustceBnd justice justiceand
and pece peace ad and for the god ot human humanity humanIty
ity at large large largeThe
The prident president sid said I sa say only wht whtIs what whatIs
Is In tb the heart of eer every ono who hears hearsme
me that that we are al all deUghta delighted to wet welcome wetcome
come this Inruent influential highly Int01 Intel Intelgent
gent and mot most charming company of ofour ofour
our Japaee Japanese trlends friends They have In Inthis Inthis
this compny company of tlfy fifty busine business men of ofacute ofacute
acute Intelot Intellects men of tareing farseeing com commercial cornmercial
mercial eperienc experience experienceThese
These gntemn genUomen ar are hre here on a a ples pleas pleasure
ure trip bt but ty they belong t to a a thorugh thorughnton thorough thoroughnation
nation back with them themall
nton and ty they c carry blt tm tmal
al all the uful useful knowleg knowledge tllt that on such ncha
a viit visit could ptbly possIbly b be gine gained 1 do don donot
n not rt regret that that 1 ho hope tly they wi wilt take takebck takebeck
bck beck al all the ln lessons pble possible and I hop hope hopeit
i it wi will mke make JaU Japfl If pble possible moe moepreou8 more moreprosperous
preou8 prosperous ad and mor more enegeUc energetic and andwdn andwiden
Ing wdn widen interet Interests InterestsI her ommDc commrnercinl ad and manutctur manutcturIng nianufactur nianufacturing
1 am nt not one of th those who behlevu behlevuIt e ei
i It I is wis wise to kep keep bok bank tl the poe progress of ofOUr ofyour
your OUr Ulshbn neighbors that yor your own pe progress progressmay
may be gat great Ve hve have much to ln lnm Jern Jernfrom
from m Japa Japan and they have much t to leer learn learnfront
from W us but a as w we Iprov Improve bth both lee less leeSons
and to be in inmmc ingommertn
s Sons a as we IW grow geate greater
gommertn mmc ad and 1 Lu buns business 18 we sal shalt gw gwto grow growto
otl other to b be gter greater ctoml customers eh each of ofotl The Theother
DerIdes ColonIal Fetsh FetshThe Fetish FetishThe
The old coloolallde colonial idea tt that I it wu nee neces necesear
ear to keep dependencies In a tate of oftutelage oftuteloge
1 keel depndeie
tutelage 8 so tt that their pol people tl did not knw knwtbe know knowthe
the prices at wblh which the they ought to sel sell sellgoods
goods Ult that th the home government governments might mightgt mightget
gt get g the thorn cep cheap and Bl sell them at a a high highprc highprice
prc price 1 iFJ II gaUe game tht that works 8 a ltl little whle while whilebut I
but in t the end It do does no good to eiher eiherprty either eitherparty
prty party And s so It 1 is a as btwen between nton nations nationsThe
The development of each Is fo for the bne bane I Ifit Ifit
fit ot the oUtr other If frndly friendly relton relations co con continuo
tInue an and thO those cmmercial commercial cnveti conventions conventionsexist
exl exist btwen between th them tht that oght ought to et etbtwen exist existbetween
btwen between frendly friendly natuns natunsI nations nationsIt
I It gives me prnal personal pleasure of a W1 very veryactue
adue ge charcter character to met meet pr tho thoso 1p iepresen iepresentaUves
1Ue taUves of Jan Japan I It ha line bn been mr good goodfortune
forune fortune six orlvn or seven ts times to visit g tt ttwondrfulcountIy that thatwonderful
wondrfulcountIy wonderful country and to enjoy te the h hoe hoepitality
pltaly pitality of that wnderfl wonderful ple pleYou people peoplerYou enoy
You cnno cannot Tlt visit the there oce once witut wituthvn without withouthaving
hvn having R de deep Imprtto impression made upn upon you youand ou oua
a and you cn can Imgn imagine the Impre impression I Ihve Ihave
hve have In hlng having bn been ther there six six tm times ad adhvh and andhaving
of hvh having the tW two emperor o or thre three and tme times people bn been of th the Japan gt gtof guest guestof
Draw on Imagination ImaginationWe
We ar are a carios curious pple people We e have haveot havegot
got ot to rn run our newsppr newspapers Va have to tohave tohave
have at Um times emtlnt emotions siTe stirred in ordr ordrthat order orderthat
that newspper newspapers shalt hal have elrculto circulation circulationand
and we cnnot cannot always d do tht that wih with a astatement
statement of the facts Threfoe Therefore we wehave wehave
have to drlW on our Imgintons Imaginations ad admake and andmake
make tt that to appar appear which I Is an fact Is Isnot
nt not tr true just In order that there shall shallbe hal halbe
be a crlaton circulation of Intelgene Intelligence among
the people
Ppk PpkNow
Now In tm times pat past we have bn bnsir been beenstirred
sir stirred up Th Those of us who knw know the thefactI thefactS
factI factS wer were nCr s so sUr stirred up by an annmmcment announcernents
nmmcment nouncernents of to troqble ble btwc between n Jan Janand Japan Japanand
and Amrc America 1 bleve believe that even the thenewspp thenewspapers
newspp newspapers he have nw now given up aly aiiy such suchida suchidea
ida idea Th Those of U8 who we were In Japn Japnwho Japan Japanwho
who cme came in contt contact wih with al alt of he her great greatmen
me men and tlke talked with th them prnaly personally ht hat hatno
no trb trouble on that lor score scorejapan
Japn japan J Is engaged io a cntet contest in a aarugglI astruggleI
arugglI struggleI hd had engg almst almost sd said but I ont wontsa ontsa
sa I It bus because I it Is not a cort correct ex expre8nln expiessionin
pre8nln piessionin a war and prearin preparing l h hself
self l for I it Tht That struggle Is In th the de develpnt dovelopment
velpnt velopment or he her rur resources and the mak makIng making
Ing of he hr ple people a geat great and wonderful wonderfulcommerial wonderfulcommercial
commerial commercial naton nation She hu proven her herabUty herability
abUty ability o on the fld field of btt battle She bs bs8how has hasshown
8how shown what cn can b be do done by the tbough tboughnes thorough thoroughness
nes ness of preption preparation and cura courage and c care careful
ful delbt deliberate steps In the direton direction of ofbr ofher
br her ambitn ambition In the dfe defense of h her rlgbt rights rightsand
an and 0 of btl hattie hattieBut maintaining hr her preige prestige o on the fld field fieldof I
Bt But she Ie not engaged In tt that now nowSo nowShe
So She i Is preparing for eg victres victories of peace peaceand
and In tt that prpn we al all wsb wish she my may be se secful suc suceaseful
cful easeful We ar are not going to yeld yield In Intt inthat
tt that cntven controversy It we e cn can help I ft We Weare
a are entertnr entering the cnt contest t an and I ope hope we wewi wewill
wi will stp strip ourslv ourselves of Ime some tnsnsel tnsnseliell nonsensical nonsensicalIdeas
iell Ideas tht that we have that we may Uk Ukgte make makegreater
gte greater Ide strides than hretoforc heretofore In the theOrient
Orient and other far distant countries
Reproves BusIness Men MenThe
The Th tth truth II if 1 my niay sy say s so being beingan
a an Arc American our busln business mn men arc a lt ltti lit littie
tie bit con concerned over their tremendous tremendoussuccess
ti bt ere
Iceu success with the trte trade the they have at athoe athome
hoe home ad and threo therefore t they 116 have 1ot not given ghena givenas
a as much att attention as they might might and andas
a as othe other oountres countries ge give t to tho wishes wishesand
an and the tte tastes o of etoer customers In tar die die dietant
say tant lad lands Te They are a ltl little dlBpe disposed to tosy tosay
syWeJl Well te these a are the 8 niece tbt that we weme wemake
make and they are the pterns patterns that our ourl ourlooms
me l looms tur turn out out ad and If the these foreige foreigners foreignershave
be have not sl sense enough to take them as aswe aswe
we make thm them wh why thy they can leave thom thomThat thornThat
That I Is al all rght right gntemen gentlemen when the thofogrs theforeigners
fogrs foreigners cnnt cannot get any other than thanth thanthose
th those loms looms and that lend kind of god goods but butIf butIf
If thy they c can and do find othr other cuntre countries countriesthat
tht that ar are wllng willing to mnufature manufacture to sit sittheir suit suittheir
their tastes why the Americans
tte t Amrcns ae are go go going
ing to b be so second or third or fourth In IntIle Inthe
tIle r race Bt But w we are acuiring acquiring snse sense in inth inthe
th the aT advance of or our bsln08 business interss interssan Interests Interestsami
an ami 1 war warn our Japee Japanese frend friends tht that thatwhile
wh while we 1 may b be a lte little slow in set setUg gethug
Ug hug 14 wrk work ad and In unerstan understanding lng what whatwe
we bav hare got to do we wi will be stripping strippingoure1vea
ounv out oure1vea in a wie while and ty they must lok lokout look lookout
outI outflIt flIt I gives < 18 ID me geat great plur pleasure to pr propose proposea
a tt toast to a personage rsnage who In his lfe lfea life lifeand
a and sc service to his pple people hs has shw shown a adevoton adevotion
devoton devotion and a rrkble remarkable abity ability for fors forselecting
s selecting ctlng the men with which the won wonderful wonderful
derful advance of Japan bls has been made madepossible
mae maepoible
poible possible and In gernmet government there is no noablty noability
ablty ability higher than the powr power to selet seletth select selectthe
th the right m man to do the rght right thing
I prop propose a tot toast to a wan warm and sin sincr sincare
cr care frend friend ot Aerica America to a monah monahom monarch monarchwhom
whom om I it ha baa ben been my high honor to kow kowperEnaly know knowpersonally
perEnaly personally and to b be enterlnod entertained In the themost themost
most hospitale hospitable mane manner to n rle ruler wh who whohas
has devote devoted hs his lo life to the be bane
ft fit of his people and t to tlelr their BCce success successhis
hs his Iperia Imperial mjest majesty tl the emperr emperor of Ja Japn Japan
pn pan BZw BZwPsident Bnza1 Bnza1President
Psident President Taft at attended moring morning Ie sorv sorvIces
Ices at the Westminster
fs church te Westmnt Prebytran Prebytrancurh Prcsbyterinn Prcsbyterinnchurch
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United States Congressmen CongressmenWho
Who Have Been in Ha Hawai Hawail
wai wail Return ReturnA
Honolulu Honolulu St Sept ItTe 19The prty party of ofUnit ofUnited
Unit United Stt States cnreu congressmen that has hasbeen
b been touring th the Hawaian Hawaiian lads Islands left lefton
on th the Pfc Pselfc MaJ Mali lnr liner Mongli Mongolia for torS forSan
S San Franci Francisco at 10 ocok oclock thi this mor morn mornlag
lag During thei their sty stay the they mae made a atorugh athorough
torugh thorough Insptin inspection of the needs of the thearchplo thearchipelago
archplo archipelago vhdtng visiting tn tIle Islns islands of Ha Hawai Hawail
wai wail and Malu and t the volcanic olclo isand isandot Island Islandof
ot Ki Kaai Tey They Inspt Inspected the HUo HUobrwater Hilobreakwater
brwater breakwater th the Perl Pearl Harbor naval navalsite > 881 881sie
sie site tons tonsTh tions tionsThe a as wen a as many sugr sugar plt planta plantations
Th The conessme congrenen wer wore gven glyen an ova ova ovation
tln tion a as they br bearded te the alp ship for home homethis
this mornln morning tblS thueands o Of AerIcns AerIcnsand Americans Americansand
and ntive natives lning lining th the whaf wharf t to see seethe
the vtO visitors de depart departAt
At a a farwel farewell reeton recepuon given e the thecagrs81en theCOflTC55iflen
cagrs81en COflTC55iflen lt last Thury Thursday c nlglt night by
Terrioral Territorial Plegt Delegate Kaannole Kalanalanole two twothousd twothousand
thousd thousand gust guests were prnt present Former FonnerQu FormerQueen
Qu Queen en Llukalni Lhlluokalani wa was m the relv relvIng reedy reedying
Ing lne lIne a as wer were also th the cnsuls consuls of ofvarus ofvarious
varus various foreig foreign cuntres countries feerl federai and andlocal
191 local ofcials officials and army and naT nary of offcr offleets
fcr fleets Te The Hawaiin Hawaiian royal jewels jewelswer jewelswere
wer were on exblblton eXhibition ad and ele excited much
Inter Interest amg among U the Amecns Americans AmericansUnique
UnIque Recepton ReceptonThe Reception ReceptionThe
The clrmen congressmen w were prous profuse in intheir Intheir
their exprSo expression of te the uniue unique rEtp recep
lon tion ad and t the wnU warmth of of tr their welcme welcome
br the pple people of te the Isln Islands IslandsThe
The cgrn congressmen in UI tilr r tour of the thei theleIand
i leIand lnds hve have bn been much Impr5 Impressed by
t the Wor work of the publc public sls sonools which whichthey whichthey
they sy say Is molding the mixe mixed vpu vpulatin popu popuIsbn
latin Isbn Into a hooge homogeneous u cUztblp cltizeahip
Cogn Congrewnan Albert F Dawsn Dawson of ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa I in a an itrviw interview given out here hereHS heresays
HS tt that te the gretet greatest need of the theI theIslands
I Islands and Is improve improved trrtaton transportation
f8Ite facilities with Itb the mnlnd mainland of the
Lnie United Stte States beter better ros roads more ri rail railways
wys ways and a sfe safe harbr harbor I in eh each island islandof
of t the group groupHe groupHe
He adde added tht that h he W was az amazed at at the
housng housing conditios conditions amng among the labor labore laborers
e ers on some me of te the suar sugar platt4 plantations plantationsand > D
ald and sd said tht that no labrI laborer 1lng living in Bch Bchoondton such suchconditions
oondton conditions coul could b be cntnte contented contentedSenator
Snato Senator Diigh Dflftngharn ot Vermont who whowith
with ith William R Wiiq1er Ijer a assistant assistantsecretary t tstr
str secretary of cmmc commerce And labr labor bs has
bn been Invetgatng Investigating Immlgrton Immigration 011 condi condieug
t eug < u her here a ahio rtun rettirned to the man maca
land toay today on the seamer steamer Mongolia MongoliaFORT Iongona IongonaFORT
Annual Fiefd Day Wi Will Be Most MostEfaborate MostElaborate
Elaborate in inYears inYears
Monday ondy and Tuey Tuesday of nt next wek week wl will willsee
s see the athlte athletes o of t the Ffeth Fifteenth Infan InfantI infantry
tI try U S A A engg engaged In on one of th the Ilt Iltelabornt most mostelaborate
elabornt elaborate tack track andtd and field mt meets that hu
ben been sen seen at Fort Dug Douglas Every brnch brnchof branch branchof
of sprt sport will il b be broUhl brought Into play a awel as aswell
wel well 8 as th the special athletc athletic Itung stunts ne need needed
ed In llr regular anny mauen mauenThe maneuvers maneuversThe
The championship honor honor sought ut wi will be becompany
compny company ad and btain battalion th the event events fo for the thecmpny thecompany
company competition forming the
cmpny comptton fonlng geater geaterpart greater greaterpart
part of the por program programThe
The games come a as part of the policy
gme t pley
of the ary army to provid provide outdor outdoor sports
bth both t to Itert interest th the enlstd enlisted men and prt keep kep
thm them in physicl physical conditun condition Priz Prizes an Wl will be beawaned beawarded
awaned awarded to winners 1nnr either In cash cash med medals met metala
ala or quaermaters quartermasters 5upples supplies suppliesThe
Te The fld field day wi will be pred preceded b by 1 a arifle
rfe rifle cmptiton competition betwen between cmpnis companies on
V Wednesday ensy of this wefk week the cmpany company
tam teams bing being cmp composed of an exprt expert lne lnemn rifle rifleman
man sharpshooter marksman
mn sharpbter marksmn one firt firtand first firstand
and on one M second clasmn clasmnThe claseman clasemanThe
The events strting starting Monday In the flld flldevent field fieldevents
event events Incud Include the rular regular trck track ad and fielt field fieldevents
event events a as apte adopted In cole college sprt sports sig
nl nat contet contests equipmnt equipment rce reese In which whicheach whichcacti
each cmpny company wi will enter one man the thecntetnt theCOnteStants
cntetnt COnteStants to strt start In heav heavy marhlng marhlngordr marching marchingorder
ordr order and deposit pl pt part of the euipmnt euipmntat equipment equipmentat
at desigate designated pits potuts Othr Other events wi will willbe
b be shelter tent pltblng pitching mounted orderly orderlrcs orderlyraces
rcs races first aId to th the InJur injured res races wal wait waitscaling
scaling alng relay raes races bxin boxing and inter intercy Intercompany
cy company and Interbtlon Interbattallon tugfwr tugfwrLutent tugsofwar tugsofwarLieutenant
Lutent Lieutenant Els Pius Is th the oCfcer officer In charge chargeand chargeand
and sttr starter whil while the offcr officers of the theregmnt theregimant
regmnt regimant wi vih1 act as judge judges and in other otherofcl otherofficial
ofcl official ptlons ptlonsAfter positions positionsAfter
After the fld field met meet th the outdoor athletc athletcatly athletic athleticactivity
atly activity wl will collst consist of foottl football the Ff Fftenth Fit Fitteent1
tenth teent1 lookng looking for the sroget strongest tem team In InIt inits
It its hhltr history Game Games are now shedule seheduied seheduiedwith
with t the Unlve1ty University of Ut Utah the ASlcl ASlcltural Agricul Agricultutu
tutu coleg college and other song strong tem8 tem8Aflr teams teamsAfter
After the fast work ork the
Aflr faa put up by sl sldirs sol soldiors
diors against Utah last the
dirs aginst lat year amy amytem army armyteam
tem team fal falCOOK fall fallCOOK wi will b be rest respected on the gridiron ths thsfal this thisfall
Contnued Continued from Page 1 1srves 1serves
srves serves the ci credit of a Ions and bard re roe roeott
o ott To Pasty the eplo explorer 1 am stil stiit stiitwilling
Wl8 willing t to Up my lt hat but Prs Pearys un unfounded unfounded
founded accstns accusation hve have dlac disclosed an another another
other 8le side to his chrctr character whch which nvr nvrwl never neverwill
wl will be toroU toroUWhen forgotth forgotthWhen
When Pl Pear wir wired tl that h he ba had naie nailed nailedthe
the St Stars ad and Stpea Stripes to te the pole 1 Im Immeiatly mimediately
meiatly mediately snt sent cotulatons congratulations 1 then thenbelived thenbelieved
belived believed as I d do now that his work o over overa r ra
a new rute route far et east of my lne line of tavel tavelwa travel travelwas
wa was a new conqut conquest of gt great Imptnc iniportance iniportanceand
and of cour course tJat that his plon possession at the theple thepole
ple pole would splment supplement my work wih wihauablo with withvaluablu
valuablu auablo data data Thers There Is room enogb enogbfor enough enoughfor
for two American at the
Amlcn flags ag ple pleTbe pole poleThe
The Or Oscar I II 11 will nt not arve arrive at New KewYork NewYork
York untl until Tueay Tuesday morning Tis This Is at atthe atthe
the urgent rqust request of the repton reception com commite cornmtttee
mite mtttee whlc which la to met meet Dr Cok Cook The Thesteamer e esteamr
steamr steamer could haTe rhed reached Snd Sandy Hok HokModay Hook HookMonday
Moday Monday aroon afternoon but a mes message fro from fromthe
the rpton receptIon committ committee aing asking tht that tb the thearrival
arrival b be delaye delayed owng owing to the fact th thIt ths thsit
It wa was imPbe impossible to chng change the cmmit cmmittes commit committees
tes tees arrangements rngmnt was relvl received this this8nlng thisevening
8nlng evening by wl wireless le and the captain con consnte consented
snte sented to cply comply wt with the reuest request The TheOscar e eOr
spe speNew speed speedNew Or Oscar I II is th therefore fo unde under de despe decreased decreasedspeed
New York Spt sept DDr CotiS Cooks arva arrival arrivalin
In New York wi will give ve him t the distncton distnctonof distinction distinctionof
of bing being the fr first < o of tl the rivl rival explore explorers explorersto
to st set hi his toot on ntve native si aol Ne New York Yorlcawalb Yorkawaits
awalb awaits his cming coming eser eagerly The rtent extent of ofhl8 oflila
lila welcom welcome depends abost almost sl13 solely upon uponhimself
himslf himself Wie While pnt cmte committees a are rd needy upn upnhimslf to todo todo
do hint ever every honor eeyhing everything asde tside from fromthe fromthe
the Jaunt do down th the by bay to me meet him and anda
a bnquet banquet jut at th the WaldofAtora WaldorfAstoria Thut Thurs Thursday
day Is In t the tentUe tentative sts stage stageBrooklyn
Brookly Brooklyn waf wants hilt him to plrUcljte particIpate in inprde a aparade
prde parade and other festIvtie festivitiet a en the day dayot dayof
ot his arvaJ arrival bt but he ha has aopted accepted no fo for forma
ml ma invtUos invitsUons ecept except to t the bnqut banquet un unde undoe
Aerc de doe tinerfca tinerfcaAs the aupie auspices of the ArUc Arctic club of ofAerc oftinerfca
As to the atttude attitude of the eiub on Dr DrCooks DrCooks
Cooks Cooks aieements achievements Dr StbblnS Stibbine wo woha who whohas
ha has tke taken prominent pr part In arnge arrange arrangensints
ment nsints for his I rpton reception sall said tonight that thatthe thatthe
the club acpte aocepted Dr Coks Cooks statment statmentablutly statement statementabsolutely
ablutly absolutely and tlat that I if there wr were to b be befurther
further controversy i it was as Incumbent upon upont uponthe
t the e Peat adn advoate ate t disprov disprove Cools Cools1il Cook a aekr
ekr 1il rt r t 1 4 Lm to prolucc produce U1 mcr mcrda r
do da ta j
1y Ey BAT BATTLIG G NsLSo NsLSoChicago
Chicg Chicago Spt Sept DLa ILLast Thura Thursday was wasTaft I
Taft day I in Chico Chicago and I It W8 was sre sure a agreat
get great day bth both for t the ol old ad and young youngfolks I
folks Al All Chico Chicago soools schools h had a st sort ot
boltat holidaythat I is al alt tie the cl1 children b had the theprivilege I Iprveie
prveie privilege or a day of off I if ty they Wt wanted wantedto I
to s see Presidet President Tf Taft My ltte little k kid brth brther broth brother
er Hrr Harry bad t the bt beet tme time of hi his Ufe Ufethat I
tht that dy day I tk took hm him to the Natnl National Nationalleague I
lage league pak park to e see t1e the game btwen between betweenthe
t the Cicg Chleago Cub Cubs an and the New ew York YorkGt YorkGiants I
Gt Giants T The btere batteries for Chic Chicago brown brownand
and Arcr Archer New Yok York latw Mathewson and andMyers
JISre Myers score Cb Cubs 1 1 Giant Giants Z I i in introduced I
trou troduced II flarry t to an the Chicgo Chicago b bunch bunchand
and when Chnce Chance met the kid he W was 1 so sotaken
tlke taken wth with him that h he prnte presented him himwith i iwih
wih with a b be saying ng Here Har Harry learn learnthe
t the gsme me Whe When you OU le learn how to play
ru rh give yon a job job jobMy pay
My gve brthe brother Har Harry and I w ware st strong strongCub
Cub bters boosters bng being In their comr corners t to totheftnIshbutprovid
the theftnIshbutprovid tlnl8h but proved poor seconds Just
Additional AdditionalSports AdditionalSports
Sports SportsGREAT
Spor ports at Sever Sevier Count County hiI Pir Aouse Arouse ArouseMttch i iMuch
1 1fested
Much InteretMonoe InterestMonroe De Dc Dcfeated
fested 2 24 t to O OSpil 0Special
Spil Special to The HerlRepublcn HerlRepublcnRlcbfd HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Rlcbfd Richfield Sept pt 1A 39A ro record att attendance attendanceat
at t the Ser Eerier Count County far fair w was S seen yes yesterday yeaterday
terday over 2000 2O per o11ll being on hand handtor handfOr
fOr the clay The towns from the north northend northend
end of the county did not re pooo much muchin
in support ef the fair but the south end endsimply endsimply
simply flocked hdo Richfield RlcbfleldThe RichfieldThe
The greatest Interest of the afternoon afternooncentered afternooncentered
centered in the mile trotting race between betweenI between1aoIue
I 1aoIue uolut the French coach h horse owner ownerby ownerby
by a ulcb11eld lllcbfieid company and a Monroe Monroehorse onroe onroehorM
horse H S lyle dro drove Paol Paolus and O OP 0P
P Washburn drove the Monroe animal animalIt
It wu a close finish In both heats but butthe butthe
the Monroe horse won Several good run running runfling
fling races were pulled off and the Au Aurora Aurota
rora mare won for the third time during durinsthe
the fair talrThe fairThe
The ball game between Richfield and andMonroe andMonroe
Monroe was Btart startcd < d after all kinds of oftrouble oftrouble
trouble The Monroe team wanted a sec second seeond
ond priM bu hung up before they would ap apear aphiear
ear ou the field This matter was ad adjusted adjusted
justed Their the claim was made that thatdf8courle thatdiscourtesy
discourtesy y had been shown some of the tbemembers themembers
members of the team by the lI8OCIation lI8OCIationand
and th they y would not appear The dlfn dlfnculUa difficuittas
culUa Were finally adjusted and the thegame thegame
game proceeded but it was a slaughter slaughterThe
The game lasted but se seven n innings when whenthe whenthe
the score stood 4 4 to 0 10 favor of Rich Rlchtield Richfield
field tieldIn fieldIn
In the Math inning with Monroe at bat batC batCharles
C Charles rles Peterson the clever pltc pitcher for forRl forRichfield
Rl Richfield delivered three balls one to toeach toeach
each of the first three men up and re retired retired
tired the sa Be fielded two of the tbehits thehits
hits and pot the runner out at first and andth6 andthe
the Puu vouader oC the third map to short shortretIred shortretired
retIred the J sloe sloeThe c cThe
The boxing contest at the Star pavilion pavilionwas
was a tame affair There were about jf jfpresent O Opresent
present to icjtness tDe88 It The original prin principals principals
cipals were Hawell of Marysvale and Nun Nunley Nunlay
lay of Ellllnore Haw Wall taken III IIIat illat
at the last minute and Dummy Porter Porterof
of Central was substituted Sid Black Blackof
ot farysvale was referee When six eixtound sixrounds I
rounds had been reeled oft the Dummy Dummyclaimed
claimed that Xunley fouled him but the thereferee thereferee I
referee did not allow the foul and the theDummy i iDummY
DummY refused to continue The tight fightwas i iwas
was awarded to Nunley although It was wasgenerally
generally conceded that the Dummy was wasmuch wasmuch I
much the cleverer boxer The preliminaries preliminariesWEre
WEre between Joe Ra8mu Rasmussen sen or Rich Richfield Richfield
field and Nlelaenor Nielsen of Elsinore and An Andrew Andrew
drew Rasmussen and Oscar Thompson of ofUchf1eid ofRichfield
Richfield 1J liuth t were declared a draw
Lamed and au Parke Furnish JJrillillnt JJrillillntI JJrillillntMatoh BrilhigntMatch I
Match in Davis DavisI DavisPlay I
Play PlayThe I IThe
The Washington lust gives the follow followIng I
Ing account of the International Davis cuP cuPmatch cupmatch
match at Philadelphia between > en Lamed Lamedthe Lamedthe
the American and Parke of England EnglandThe
The two captains were the first out on onthe onthe
the court the Briton winnl1Jg the toss and andplactllS andplacing
placing Lamed In for service at the north northerly
erly end True to hlBbblt his hblt the American Americanstarted Americanstarted
started badly and lot the initial game by byplaIng byplaying
playing too softly for the side lines so sothat sothat
that 00 slappacl the ball 1I Into the net He Hepartially
partially redeemed himself In the second secondgame secondgame
game 1Jy bringing off three crisp passing p8fIlngshots passingshots I
shots that found Parke 80 wide that the tbecrowd thecrowd
crowd laughed Cleetully at his prelllca predicameat i J Jment
meat But the Briton won tie game his hisfirst
first service on two nets and huts b by byLearned j
Learned while h he made a trl tricky ky < play by byswinging j jswinging
swinging his racquet as If to smash for the thebase
base line and with LarDed starting back backon II
on tiptoe to get It only to have Parke Parkelightly Parkelightly
lightly pat the ball back across the net netso netso
so that It dropped 80 close e that the Amen Amerlean Amencan
can could not reach It befIie it was wasdead Wadead
dead Lamed however braced and took tookthe tookthe
the third game working his own game gamefrom gamefrom
from mldcourt while be placed widely on onthe
the drive and was in such position himself himselfthat himselfthat
that Parke could not cross the ball or ordrive ordrive II IIthe
drive for deep court without his being beingwithin beingwithin
within reach Parke won the fourth game gameat
at love his lobbying keeping the Amen Amencan I i
can on the run and uncertain The same samesort I Isort
sort of playing enlivened the next game gameas II
aa arned led at 40100 ani only to ti have hayeParke haveParke
Parke overhaul him and get the vantage vantagepoint antagepoint
point by four scorching places which he hebrought
brought oft with tremendous speed from fromhis fromhis I
his backhand Four times the points pointstouched pointstouched
touched at deuce In this gamp bfforc the theAmerican
American won on He kept steadily on to tothe tothe I
the end of the set thereafter constantly
improving on his length and while Park Parkforced Parkeforced
forced the eighth game to deuce Lamed Lamedwon i
won on the set by the good mamn of 63 63s 63As
As s If by mutual con consent ent both of th thmen tlimen
men engaged in a duel of backhand driy driying drivIng
ing and smashing In the second set It Itproduced
produced showy tennis and as Lamed Lamedalternated Lamedalternated I
alternated his direction It 1 gave Parke a afine I Ifine
fine lot of cha chasing l But It was 8S all Lamed Lamedup I
up to 4love before the Briton broke brokethrough brokethrough
through for the fifth and sixth games gamesThat gamesThat
That wa all he got for Lameds drives drlnswere driveswere
were true to court at this stage and he herather herather
rather easily ran out the set allowing
Parke only four points In the last two twogames twogames
games gamesParke gamesParke
Parke started the third set at a terrific terrificpace terrificpace
pace Hard 11II Parke played and many manyof
of his running cross court sma smashes h 1I w were werenothing le lenotlllng <
notlllng short of miraculous In the wa way he hegot hegot
got the ball back Lamed was IUj steady steadyas steadyas
as the proverbial church and led with 4
love again before the Briton Scored a agame
mme By B much running smashing and I
lobbying Parke ron the fifth sixth and andeighth I
eighth games That was at all He won the I I
final pme by a continuous run of earned earnedshots
shots Three beautiful places across the thecourt thecourt I
court to the corners and a smash at the tInenet
net that allowed Of no return returnBuy returnBuy II
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HANSENAt 1306 West Eiibth ihth South Southstreet Southstreet
street this clt city Sept It 1009 Hans ians nab nabsen flabsea
sea aged 70 ydars a18 Funeral services will willbe willbe
be held In the Poplar Grove Ward chapel
Tuesday Sept 1 21 at p m The remains remainsmay remainsflay
may be viewed at the residence on the theday theday
day of funeral from U L a m to 1 p m mPrlemJs mFriends
Friends Invited Members or the Danish
BrotberhOOtI plea e take notice noticeGIrls noticeGirls
GIrls Wa Wantcd WantcdTwenty tcd I ITwent
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as Harry and I crossed the diamond to tothe tothe
the comer where Chances champions championawere
were the prellldent entered tbe grounds grouooamidst groundsamidst
amidst great applause I had ju t in intrOduced introduced
trOduced Harry to Charlie Murphy own owner owner
er of the grounds and the Cube and when whentbe whenthe
the cheering ceased Barry turned to Mur Murphy ur urphy
phy a and d said Gee they make almost almostas t tB8
B8 much fuse over the president a they
do my brother Bat after WInning a fl fight fightJust ht htJust
Just before the came started both t twere teams teamswere
were presented to Taft and aU greeted greetedthe
the nation ruler WIth a hearty hand handshake bandshake
shake shakeWe
We e ruahed 10 for the prlrlege of a abantlaftake ahan4ahake
bantlaftake tHat 4ltIs maje majesty 1 wu bar harr barrind
r rind oft to his let As he was leaving
he had his bat In his hand locking at atboth atboth
both ot ua and waved his hand I said saidHarry saidHarry
Harry look at Tart Some one tipped tippedhim
him off who we ere and he Is waving wavlnlat
at you youHarry youHarry
Harry took oft hI hat and retarned retarnedthe reumnedthe
the compliment saying Hurrah for forTaft forTaft
Taft Three cheers for our pre preeident ldene
Continued from Page 1 1political 1political
political party who attempts to take takepart takepart
part In a primary 18 guilty of a mis misdemeanor misdemeanor
demeanor The Republicans of Ute dif different dirferent
ferent wards and districts have the thelIS18 thelists
lists or those e who are In sympathy flympathywith
with the new CltJRD8 movement and andIt andif
It any of them attempt to participate participateIn
In the RepublicAn primaries pro proseculions ecu ecutJons
lions will follow followA
A gftlIBt majority of the Republicans Republicansot
ot the city favor Ii straight Republican RePUbllLBhticket Republicanticket
ticket but the members ot the new newIrt newparty
Irt party are making their plans in the thehope thehope
hope that the stalwart epub tepublleans tepublleanswill cans cansWIll
WIll remain away from the primaries primariesand
and that they will thus capture the theconvention theconvention
convention In the primaries primariesJOHNSON primariesJOHNSON
Kansas 1 Clt City Sept ItIn a letter to a aFiend
friend here Tommy Ryan former mid middleweIght middlewelght
dleweIght champion takes occasion to tostate tostate
state his views on the coming Jeffrles JeffrlesJobn JeftrtesJohnson
Johnson on controversy Ran taught Jeff Jeffall Jeffall
all he knows about boxing and his opin opinIon opinIon
Ion should carry some weight weightDont weightDont
Dont think that Just because Jeff and andmyself andmyself
myself are on bed terms that I am taking
the Johnson end of the argument said
he 1 honestly believe that the Dingo Dingowilt
will win In the first place Jeff never nevermet nevermet
met a man of bI own bulk and In the thenegro thenegro
negro lie will hook up with a man who Is
his equal In poundage Then Johnson
I I not only as clever aa Corbett but he
Is a punishing figttter even It he 18 not nota
a knockout man He bllll one punc1 that thatwill
will land 1etftbe uppercut 1 look to tosee tosee
see Jeff fight himself out lu tn mounds moundsand
and then IJU down from exhaustion as did I
John L Sul1han when he fought Jim Im
Co Corbett lbett
At the Odeon Tuesday Thursday and andSaturday andSaturday I
Saturday evenings eveningsBOOTHS eveningsBOOTHS
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Reduced Prices Are Unusual at This ThisTime ThisTime
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This is just the season when fall goods are be beginning b bginning
ginning to he needed and when the merchant who whosells whosells
sells his goods at fair prices must get hi8 hi regular regularprices regularprices
prices However the Gardner Store is forced to toInove tomove
move and is making special and unusual reductions reductionsto
to close out all broken lots If you need A11yth ng in inthe inthe
the way of 1vIens or Boys Clothin Clothing let WI u suggest suggestthat i ithat
that for your own interests inte ± ets you oom here and andtake andtake
take It look lookA
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