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Ogden Tuesday Oct 19
Council Names Men Who Will WillPreside WillPreside WiltPreside
Preside at the Polls in inOgden inOgden inOgden
Ogden OgdenSpecial OgdenSpelal OgdenSpecial
Special to The rh HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
e Ogden Oct IS 18At At a meeting of the city citycouncil cityCOUt1oU citycouI10I1
council tonight the election Judges for forthe forthe forthe
the various districts were appointed The Therecommendation ThereoemmendaUon Thereoemmendatlon
recommendation of the committee on elec elections elections doetions ¬
tions that two of the predominating party partyand partyI partyand
I and one of the minority be appointed In Ineach Ineh Ineach
each eh district was adopted and followed followedAll
All of the appointments were made with withthe withthe withthe
the exception of two Republicans In the theSeventeenth theSeventeenth thed
d Seventeenth these to be named name in the thenext thenext thenext
next few days daysIn das1ft
In I the apoolntmants which follow the thefirst theftnlt thef1rt
first two named are Republicans the last lasta
a Democrat except in the Twelfth where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the last two are Democrats First dis district district district ¬
trict Joseph L Belnap Margaret T TBlngham TBinghAm TBlugham
BinghAm D L Stephens Secona Alice AliceCollln AliceolUM AliceoDin
Collln George W V Dayman Leon on Brown BrownIng BrownIng Browning
Ing Third James Jam s Cassin Robert Wilson Wilsonsr ritsonsr
sr T F Ernmnt Fourth Addle < Angel AngelSeth AngelSeth AngelSeth
Seth Thomas Mrs 1rJ Bessie Oakey Fifth FifthW FifthD
W v D Van Dyke E W V Voll Alec Fife FifeSixth FifeSixth FifeSixth
Sixth A H Davis Henry Adams A W WKvans WEvans V VHanf
Evans Seventh Sev nth Bert Adams W V Jenkins JenkinsJohn JenkinsJohn JenkinsJiitn
John Hallklav Eighth NelE elt Knutson J JL JL 1 1L
L Wilson Wll on John Greenw Nip Nlplh In Charles CharlesZeimer CharlesZelmer Charleseimer
Zeimer Mrs Drumlller J Stanley Stanl > y Dee DeeTenth D DeeTenth e elenth
Tenth Nels Anderson J C Simmon SimmonSLawrence SimmonIRwronee SimmonI
I Lawrence Sterner Eleventh W V X Pat Patterson Patterson Patterson ¬
terson W D Fife Clem Cl > m Martin Twelfth TwelfthJ
J D Folkman A G Harris F W V Jones JonesThirteenth JonlsThlrtetnth JonesThirteenth
Thirteenth D W Ellis F J Hender Hendersbut Ilendershot
shot F A Shields Fourteenth Henry Henf HenfSteele
Steele H C Wanlleish H Gooclals Fif Fifteenth Fiftenth If IftenU ¬
tenth Lillian Foulgtr < JUl r M H Thomas ThomasR
R Mlddleton SUt S1xtnth nth Mrs Ir Hattie L LBrowr LDrowt Lflrowv
Browr Thomas Davis Thomas Shreeve ShreeveSeventeerth ShreeveSeventeenth
Seventeenth Edward Peake
PAY P J JOgden J1 MORAN 30000 30000Ogden
Ogden Council Orders 1000 Insur Insurance Insurance Insurance ¬
ance Taken Out on the Central CentralFire CentralFire CentralPire
Fire Station StationSpecial StationS StationSpecial
Special S clal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOfiUen
Ogden Oct IS 8At At th thll meeting m t1ng of the thecity thecity thecity
city council last night a change was or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered made in the sidewalk grade of Pat Patterson PatttSOft Patterson ¬
terson avenue that It may conform with withthe withthe withthe
the contour of the street streetIt str t tIt
It was ordered that 1000 insurance be betaken betaken betaken
taken on the central fire station and In Interest Inter Interest ¬
terest ter t on city bonds in the amount of of351U5 of3Sli5
351125 was ordered > d paid The total cash cashon
on hand fn all funds was reported to be beS5U454 b bi be51i114
S5U454 i 1IJ4it of which the waterworks fund fundhad fun funhad fundhad
had J16S572a 15S7 The waterworks payroll of of6Ire
SSHJtl e1o was IU 3rde r11ed d paid paidThe paidThe paidThe
The health report showed that there therere thereIre thereere
Ire > re In the city clt eight cases of scarlet fe feer fever fevei
ver er and nine of typhoid typhoidThe tpholdThe typhoidThe
The first estimate of P J Moran for forpaving forA1 forp1ng
paving A1 g district Xo o 100 amounting to toUth 80 80uui 10lW
uui lW was ordered paid and the ordinance ordinancecreating QrdlnanGcreating ordinanI >
creating this district passed its first and andsecond andSfCtmtl andS4CIflhI
I second readings and went to the law lawcommittee lawrommlttEe lawcommittee
committee The bid of the J P ONeill
Construction company rom lnof of COCO for lavI paving
the sidewalk In district No1 No 168 was re ¬
ferred to thj th paving committee and the thecity theclt thecity
city clt engineer engi r
Miss Hazel Dudley Will Be Burled at atOld atOld atOld
Old Home HomeSpecial HomeSpecial HomeSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanQgden
Ogden Oct IS 1Misa Miss Hazel Dudley a anurse anullE anuree
nurse 34 i years old and a general favor ¬
ite it among acquaintances In Ogden died diedat diedat liedat
at the general hospital Sunday moning
The body bod was removed to Richeys under undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
taking parlors and prepared for shipment
Sunday evening < > v nlng M 1 E Dudley Dudle brother brotherof
of the young lady lad arrived here from fromChyrdOfl fromChiirdon
Chyrdon Ia and will take the remains remainshome remalnRhome remainshome
Special Specialto to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOirden
Oirden OJr < < H > 1 Oct IS 8At At 530 this morning
Rev Re P M 1 Cuehnahan at St Josephs Josephsrhurch J Josephsehureli phs phsrhurch
rhurch performed the ceremony ceremon which whichunited whichlInltell which1nitdl
united tIes t future career of William J
Moran and Miss Alice Belle Spencer The Thearrangements ThearrangementM Thearranement
arrangements for this Interesting event eventwere eventwere eventwere
were Kent very vef quiet Notwithstanding
the early earl hour a number of intiman
friends of the happy couple were wereto present
to wtah them lifelong happiness They The
left for a weetern trip lmm immdintely < dlbtely after
the tHTemony and will return about De December DeIember December ¬
cember 1
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden O n Oct IS I8Hermann Hermann KuchJer I says saysthere saysthere saysthere
there are about 86000 members in the Na National National Natiofthl ¬
tional Wool Growers association and andthat andtbat andthat
that their representation In Ogden at th thnational thnational thinational
national convention of next January will willbe wIllbe 111 111e
be e from 1609 iit to 3000 men He says the thedisplay thedipltt thediplav
display of sheep for the Ogden conven conventon ronntion conventon
ton will excel anj anything thing ever before at
tempted The best sh sheep ep of the world will willbo willbo willbe
bo shown Arrangements have been prac practically practically practically ¬
tically closed by Which hlch the entire exhi exhibition exhibition exhibitlon ¬
bition will be given under one roof and In Intho Inthe Inthe
the very heart of the city
iidneys Kidneys Cured by byTlils This Simple SimpleTreatment SimpleTreatment SimpleTreatment
Treatment TreatmentGet
Get your druggist to mix the fol following following oh ohlowIng ¬
lowing Ingredients Onehalf ounce ounctfluM ounClfluid ouncefluid
fluid extract Buchu one ounce ounceomJ of ofcompound f
compound omJ und fluid Balm Dillmwort wort and two twoounces tW tivounces < J Jounces
ounces of syrup Sarsaparilla com compound compound cornpound ¬
pound Shake well and take a tea teaspoonful toospoontul teaspoonful
spoonful after each meal and one onewhen onewhen onewhen
r when retiring Drink plenty of water waterbut watcbut waterbut
but little of any liquid at meal times timesThe tlmeThe timesThe
The great urinary specialist Gaut Gautnoee GautwbOe Gautvho
wbOe vho noee single fees range from 600 5O to to1ooo
1090 acknowledges in his latest re reports reJOrts reorts ¬
ports that this simple mixture Is most mostreliable mostrellablo mostreliable
reliable and will cure cureall all but the most mostcomplicated mostccimpUcated mostcomplicated
complicated and aggravated kidney lddne an and andbladder andbladder I Ibladder
bladder affections and rheumatism rheumatismtherefore rheumatismtherefore rheumatismtherefore
therefore it is well worth trying
Puffing under the eyes backache backacheheadache backacheheadacho backacheheadache
headache and dizziness burning of the theeyes thee theeyes
eyes e es blurred vision extreme nervous nervousness nervousnes nervousness ¬
ness and Insomnia all indicate urinary
trouble Many more symptoms could couldbe
be named but the reader will surely surelyDANIELS surel surelrneniz surelythP11
rneniz t1pm t1pmDANIELS thP11DANIELS
l I guarantee every suit I Imake Imake II
I make Its a nofitno nofitnopay
pay proposition propositionI
57 West Second South SouthI
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup Syruphas
has been used for YEARS ny D JHft JHftof fI rf rfof <
best b gt remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold old by
Druggists in every part of the world worldsure Be Besure HIJure
sure and ask for or Mrs Winslows Sooth S oth ¬
ing Syrup and take no other of her kind
Lots of satisfaction in a cup cupof cnpof cupof
of good Tea but little enjoy enjoyment enjoyment enjoyinent ¬
ment when the quality is ispoor ispoor ispoor
The Clothier ClothierHAS ClothierHAS ClothierHAS
Directly nero across the street from tb tbold tu tuold tkold
old stand
I IAnd
i4ti We arc all resolved rcsolv ci that we will drink only onlyE3
9 E3 Ba r rBest 1 r
Best NaSarai Laxative Wafer WaferAnd
And so preserve resere our good beal healh h and clear completions complcaionstT
tT T
Sheriff Wilson Discovers Tools in inthe inthe inthe
the Cells of Desperate Men Menat Menat
at Ogden OgdenSpecial OgdenSpecial OgdenSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 18 ISSherlff Sheriff Wilson averted averteda
a wholesale whol sl1le Jail delivery today when his hissuspicions hlasuspicions hissuspicions
suspicions having been aroused arou d by the theaction thlaction theaction
action of many tough characters con confined confined confined ¬
fined In the county jail he made a thor thorough thorough thorougli ¬
ough Inspection InspectionTwo
Two bars In cell 7 wore found to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been almost severed and In other cells of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the jail four saws were discovered Cell 7 7was 7was 7was
was occupied by Otto Bassett who Is Ischarged Igcharged Ischarged
charged with having a few days ago held heldup heldup heldup
up Richard Morrissey at the point of a agun agun agun
gun and relieved him of his valuables valuablesBassett valuablesBassett valuablesBassett
Bassett said that he knew nothing about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the bars having been sawed sawedThe sawedThe sawedThe
The jail at the present time contains containsmany contalnMmany containsmany
many desperate characters their charges chargesbeing chargesbeing chargesbeing
being of a very ver serious character In near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly every Instance The sheriff has hasstrengthened hasstrengthened hasstrengthened
strengthened the force at the Jail and andevery andevery andevery
every precaution will be taken to prevent preventan
an escape
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 18 18Marriage Marriage licenses have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been Issued at the offics of County Clerk ClerkDye ClerkDe ClerkDye
Dye to the following John M Bernards Bernardsand
and Mathllde Kublmann both of Ogden OgdenJoe
Joe E Hansen of Evanston Wyo 0 and andBertha andBertha andBertha
Bertha H Charter of Kaysville William WilliamJ
J iloran and Alice Belle B l1 Spencer Sp ncer both bothof bothof
of Ogden
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct < IS ISThe The Republican rally rallywill raU raUwill rallywill
will take place at the Weber stake acad academy academy academy ¬
emy Wednesday The chang was made madeon
on account of l the co icert Thursday even evenIng eveuInS evening
Ing Governor Spry has ha been Invited to toopen toopen toopen
open the meeting
lose Father While Mother Is So HI HIShe D1She IllShe
She Cannot Be Informed of ofBereavement ofBereavement ofBereavement
Bereavement BereavementSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRexburg lIeraldRpublicanRexburg
Rexburg Ida Oct 18 I8So So ill with ty typhoid typhoid typhold ¬
phoid fever that she cannot be Informed Informedof
of the death of her husband Mrs Jacob JacobFelix JacobFelix JacobFelix
Felix lies at the point of death in Rex Rexburg Rl Rlburg Rexburg
burg hospital while beside her Is one of ofher ofher ofher
her twelve children who Is not expected expectedto
to live Jacob Felix died Thursday night nightof
of pneumonia two days after he had hadtaken hadtaken hadtaken
taken Mrs Felix and one child suffering sufferlnfrom
from typhoid fever to the hospital All Allof Allof Allof
of the other eleven children have been beenexposed beenexposed beenexposed
exposed to typhoid but none of them has hasshown hasshown hasshown
shown any an symptoms yt ytJacob ytJacob t tJacob
Jacob Felix and his family famll came here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from Switzerland a few years ago He Heobtained Heobtained Heobtained
obtained work as a night watchman and andmade andmade andmade
made many man friendS He was 48 years ears old oldThe oldThe oldThe
The funeral will probably be held Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday
day under ths th direction of Bishop Hy Hyrum H Hrum Hyrum
rum Ricks of the Third ward
Park City Republicans and Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats Hold Conventions and andPut andPut andPut
Put Up Tickets TicketsSpecial TicketsSpecial TicketsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPark
Park City Oct 18 I8Both Both Republicans Republicansand
and Democrats held their conventions last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and made nominations for the th com coming comIng coinIng ¬
ing city election The Republicans met metin metIn metin
in the city clt hall with F L Raddon In the thechair thechair thechair
chair and C M I Stringer as secretary secretafThe
The following nominations were made madeby madeby madeby
by Republicans Mayor Frank A Daily Dailyrecorder Daii Daiirecorder Dailyrecorder
recorder Thomas Stringer treasurer tr asurer W WR V VR Y YR
R Jeffords police justice justl R H Waters Waterslong Waterslong Waterslong
long term councilman J W Thompson Thompsonshort
short term Andrew Peterson R A AWight AYlght AWight
Wight John J Kelly KellyThe KellyThe KellyThe
The Democrats selected the following followingticket followingticket followingticket
ticket Mayor John F Welsh elsh recorder recorderMrs recorderrs recorderMrs
Mrs rs Lucy LuC H Garvin treasurer J J JFitzgerald JFitzgerald JFitzgerald
Fitzgerald police Justice Henry Henf Cross Crossman Crossman Crossman
man long term councilman M 1 J Mc McGlll McGill c cGI1l
Glll short term E J Beggs B ggs J J Ho Howarth Howarth Howarth
warth W P Westerfleld A fight will willbe willbe willbe
be made for the councilmanic seat va vacated vacated vacated ¬
cated by Fred Detsch and now occupied occupiedby d dby
by W Y J Buch
Charles Stuart Withdraws Plea and andWill andWill andWill
Will Be Sentenced SentencedSpeoial SentencedSpeulal SentencedSpeelal
Speoial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 18 18Charles Charles Stuart who whowas whowas whowas
was to have been tried on a charge 0 0murder pf pfmurder It Itmurder
murder in the first degree before Judge JudgeBoth JudgeBoth JudgeBoth
Both today withdrew a plea of not guilty guiltyand guiltyand guiltyand
and entered one of ofullty guilty when his charge chargewas
was reduced to voluntary oluntan manslaughter manslaughterHe
He will be sentenced tomorrow morning morningHe
He killed Charles Wheeler at Colton last lastJulv lastJul lastJuly
July Jul and led the officers offlc rs a chase o over er the thehills thehills thehills
hills before he was captured
Provo Parties Decide Not N t to Unite Unitein
in City Campaign CampaignSpecial CampaignSpecial CampaignSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo Hera klRepullleanProvo
Provo Oct IS I8There There is no chance of a afusion afusion afusion
fusion between the RepIbllcans and Dem Democrats Demt1ratB Democrats ¬
ocrats and the election will be fought out outon outon outon
on strict party lines O C Harris for forrecorder to tore forrecorder
recorder re < Order and Webster Beaver as council councilman councilman councilman ¬
man have declined to run on the Inde Independent Independnt mdcpendant ¬
pendent ticket their places being taken takenby tnltenby thlcenby
by Ralph Elliott and William Proven
DEDICATION NOV 1 1Special 1Special 1Special
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct IS ISGreat Great preparations preparationsare
are being bfoln made for the celebration et > of ofFounders ofFounders ofFounders
Founders day on Nov O 5 The dedication dedicationof
of the academy will take place on that thatdate thatdate thatdate
date and a program tlro ra11 of much excellence IxcEUcncelsbtng is isbeing isbeIng
being arranged It will be the greatest greatestof
of all days In inthe the history of the school
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPark
Park City Cit Oct 18 ISThe The Old Glory Glor Min Mining Mm MmIng lIn lInIng ¬
ing company annual election of officers officersresulted offlclrssulted officersresulted
resulted as follows President Adolf Si Simons SImons Simons ¬
mons vice president John Welsh treas treasurer treaslrEf treasurer ¬
urer Julius Frankcl secretary J P PLangford PJangford PLangford
Langford directors Edward Roscnbaum RoscnbaumJames HOlabaull1James itos nbauin nbauinJames
James Hamilton Thomas A Orr R H IIWaters HYters HWaters
Waters James Benny Benn and the officers officersThis offlclISThis officersThis
This company com pan has eight claims in Big
Cottonwood canyon CRn on and will work until untillate untillat untillate
late lat in the fall
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRcpubllcanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 18 1Marriag Marriage licenses licenseshave hiceneshave jC n3 S Shave
have been issued to the following George GeorgeM
M 1 Larsen Mantl and Martha May Ia Black Blackof
of Sanford Colo Walter alt r Stevens of Bluff BluffCity BluffCity BluffCity
City and Grace Crowther of Sanford
Polo 010 Alma Westr Vest r Deseret Do > slret and Nancy
Stanworth of Hlnkley IlIukll James Leslie L lIe Dan Daniels DanirIs Danida ¬
irIs of Manassa Colo and Pearl Morgan Morganof
of < > f Sanford Colo Silas Edward Earl and an anI
Vera Dackbnth of Pnvette
Body of Bingham Chemist Is IsLiterally IsLiterally IsLiterally
Literally Torn to toPieces toPieces toPieces
Pieces PiecesSpecial PiecesSpecial PiecesSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepubUcanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Oct 18 I8oJohn John Crabell ana analytical anahUcal analytleal ¬
lytical chemist at the Utah Copper com companys companys cornpanys ¬
panys plant was literally 1Itprall torn to pieces piecesat
at 1 oclock this thlsaCternoon afternoon when whenliis his cloth clothing clothIng clothIng ¬
ing was caught In a set screw Bcrew and he hewas hewas hewas
was whirled around a shaft at the rate rateof rateof rateof
of ISO revolutions a minute No one saw sawthe sawthe sawthe
the accident but tao tn manner mltnnerln In which his hlabody hlilbod hisbody
body bod was mangled showed that death deathmust deathmust deathmust
must have been Instantaneous InstantaneousCrabell InstantaneousCrabeH InstantaneousCrabell
Crabell who cam here from Virginia Virginiaabout Vlr Virginiaabout lnla lnlaabout
about a year ago and who was only 23 23years 23cars 23years
years cars old went to the roll floor at the thetop thet thetop
top t p of the mill Just after the luncheon luncheonhour luncheonhour luncheonhour
hour No Noone one knows why wh he went up
there because his duties were all In other otherparts otherparts otherparts
parts of the mill Apparently he was wab
binding b ndlng over when wh n his clothing caught In Ina
a set screw scret and before he could even evenutter evenutter eyen eyenUtter
utter a cry he had been crushed out of ofall ofnU ofall
all semblance to man With the very
first revolution of the shaft his head headmust headmust headmust
must have struck a timber His features featureswere featureswere featureswere
were utterly obliterated Jbllteratedand and his head headcrushed hendcrushed headcrushed
crushed to a pulp His right arm was wastorn wastorn wastorn
torn entirely entlr y from its socket and nearly nearlyevery nearlyeer nearlyevery
every eer bone In his body was broken The Theroom Theroom Theroom
room where he met his death was wasplashed wastplashed wastplashed
tplashed with blood and most of his cloth ¬
ing was torn off offWorkmen offorkmen offWorkmen
Workmen saw the blood flowing on the
floor and dripping from the walls What Whatremained Whatremained Vhatremained
remained of the body bod was revolving wltn wltnsuch wltnsuch witnsuch
such rapidity it was difficult to recognht
It as a human form but they gave the thesignal thesignal thesignal
signal to stop the machinery and the thequivering thequivering thequivering
quivering remnants of what a moment
before had b ben en a youth In the full flush flushof
of life were taken from the shaft The
identity was 1S not known until the trcshrodlJ trcshrodlJof shreds shredsof
of his clothing was recognized and even
then many man thought there must be some somemistake somemistake somemistake
mistake because Crabell had no reason
to go to that floor In a moment or two
It became certain that the victim was the thechemist thechemist thechemist
chemist and a an > i undertaker was sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned Everyone who saw the mutilate J
body knew that he was beyond the aid aidof aluof athof
of a physician physicianCrabell
Crabell had no relatives here but during durln
his year ear of resldencs here he made many
friends H He > was is regarded rs s being ex exceptionally exceptionally cxceptionahly ¬
ceptionally bright and his employers pre
dicted a bright future ahead of him His
home address is Toms Beat Va He Henever Henever Henever
never talked a g gr grat at deal about his family
hence It Is not known how many reId ¬
tives he had Telegrams Tele rams were sent this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon notifying his people of the
tragedy The remains were sent to the
Bingham branch of Ebr Eb r Halls under ¬
taking parlors to await orders from hU
Forestry Inspector Says Uintah Re Heserve Reserve Reserve
serve Has Half Billion Feet FeetAccessible FeetAccessible
Accessible AccessibleSpecial AccessibleSpecial AccessibleSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct IS 180 O M I Butler of the for forestry forIstr forestry ¬
estry Istr commission has returned from an aninspection anInspection aninspection
inspection of the sales made In the Din Uintah Dlntah Dintah ¬
tah national forest There were eight eightxjontracJtfTigsrejratlnfr eightcontracV eighteofltra
xjontracJtfTigsrejratlnfr eofltra contracV traggregating ggreKatlng twelve million feet feetof feetof feetof
of lumber and Mr Butler reports every ever everthing ¬
thing satisfactory H3 H says that on the theflorth thrnorth thenorth
north side of the forest there Is onehalf
billion feet of timber now accessible and andon andon andon
on the south side one hundred and fifty fiftymillion flft flftmillion fiftymillion
million feet most of which is white and
lodge pole pine pineAccompanied
Accompanied by b W I Back of the Uln
tah forest and H S Studley on the Bea Beaver Beayer Beaver ¬
ver river nine miles north of Kamas 8000 8003yearling 8000earllng 8000yearling
yearling plants from the Wasatch nursery nurser nurserwere
were set out An Investigation was made madeof
of the spot s ot planting of last spring and andit
it was found to be very ver satisfactory
Republicans Hold Convention Con ention and andNominate andNominate andNominate
Nominate Full City Ticket TicketSpecial TicketSpecial TicketSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Oct 18 18Moroni Moroni Repub ¬
licans In convention Saturday night nightnamed nightnamed nightnamed
named the following candidates Mayor Iaor
T J Morley recorder E D Anderson Andersontreasurer Andersontreasurer Andersontreasurer
treasurer Mary Iar Stark longterm cuoncil cuoncilman
man Norman E Curt1 cOuncilmen John
Blackham Jams Ha v and D L Olsen
for justice of the peace peaui N C Nielsen
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMantl
Mantl Oct 18 I8Homer Homer M Stringham a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent young business man of this thiscity thiselt thiscity
city elt died this morning from typhoid fe fever fler ferer ¬
ver er Funeral services will be held from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tabernacle on Wednesday Yednesda Decedent Decedenthad
had been married but a few months His Hisfather Hisfather hisfather
father Walter nlter Stringham Is one of the thepioneers thepioneers thepioneers
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEureka
Eureka Oct 18 11ork Work commenced this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning on the new sewer system that Is Isto Isto isto
to be built here The contractors are areTibby areTlbb areTibby
Tibby Tlbb Jordan and they put about abouttwelve abouttwelve abouttwelve
twelve men to work Joseph Jot Jordan dan one oneof onoof oneof
of the contractors states that by Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vedntsday ¬
day he will have a force of otabout about twenty
five men at work and the sewer should
be finish finished id within a jnonth month or six weeks
LAWYER KNEW HIS CASE WELL WELLPhiladelphia WELLPhiladelphia WELLPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Times TimesA
A well known attorney attorne of this city clt had hadv
v t client whose ca case e presented a mass of oftechnicalities ofteehnlcalltlt oftechnicalIties
technicalities > s of which his lawyer took tookeverj tooltever tookevery
every ever advantage Before the final tJnnlarJu tJnnlarJument argu argument argument ¬
ment and handing down of opinion how however howeer however ¬
ever the cll client ° nt was forced to take tal a jour journey journe journey ¬
ney ne of some hundreds of miles and was wascompelled wascompelled wascompelled
compelled to be absent for several weeks I
He arranged with his attorney attorne to flash
him by telegraph tele raph the result of the trial
but told him to so word his telegram that thatthe thattho thatthe
the addressee nddrt > 9l < 3 alone would comprehend I
its Import ImportThe ImportThe importThe I I
The result was the awarding of a ver er
hot in favor of the litigant In question questionand
and his hi delighted < l counsel = o r < cl sent him the th thoHowlng
following message messageJustlc messageJustlc messageJuatic
Justlc and truth have triumphed triumphedwas Id
was < 111 his amazement at receiving a
few hours later a telegram from his client clientwhich clIentwhich clientwhich
which said saidYours saidYours saidTours
Yours received Hard luck Appeal
Cleveland Plain Dealer pealerluff DealerMuff DealerMuf
Muff Portman the large young o ng man manwho manwho manwho
who ingratiated himself Into the hearts heartsof
of all followers of the local gridiron wars
last season spmt his summer sumln r on a farm
his father owns in Minnesota where ho hoendeavored h hendeavored lieendeavored
endeavored to keep his muscles firm but
supple tossing hay and oats and things
Besides making himself generally general useful usefulabout lIsefulabout usefulabout
about the farm Muff
Introduced sev several several 5everai ¬
eral highbrow Innovations to the farm
hands For Instance he tipped them off
to the use of talcum powder after a hard hardtlays
days work In the sun He told them that
there was nothing more refreshing Nf shlng after afterexTClse afterlxrclsc afterexrcise
exTClse than a good hot bath and then thena
a going over with coollrg talcum before
dressing dressingEvery dressingEer dressingEvery
Every on about the place got to bor borrowing borrowing borrowing ¬
rowing Muffs talcum until he had to tosend tosend tosend
send back to Cleveland after a fresh sup ¬
ply ph It happened that this consignment consignmentwaa
waa violet scented sc nted talcum takumhlghl highly divert ¬
ing to the olfactory nerve nlr but not the ihcthing thething thething
thing to use on R farm as the brave foot ¬
ball player soon found out It attracted
too man bees He
many started across a ameadow amtndov ameadow
meadow one monlng mo nlng and an entire hive hiveof hiveof hiveof
of bees took after him He was the orig ¬
inal little animated apian Before th the
day da was over oe he had to take a bath bathchange bathchange bathchange
change all his clothes and wear a dis disguise disguise disguise ¬
guise before the bees would let him be
Sweet as the clover blossom blo9Omand and pure purens purns purena
ns the dewdrop that flecks te s 1tltPlper It Is Piper
Heldsleck champagne flavor a i chewing
Miss Marjorje Gould daughter of George Gould for whose hand in marriage marriagetwo
two European priricep prll CflI of the blood royal have optned formal negotiations with withher withher
her father Prince1 Francis Joseph Josephof of Braganza brother of Prince Miguel guel who wholately wholately wholately
lately married marrl Miss Anita Stewart after her elevation to the title of Princess Princessof
of the Austrian Court and Prince Alexander Georgievitch Romanowski of Bus Russia Bussin Ru8Sill ¬
Sill are nr the suitors for the hand of the recent debutante of New York society
The former knight Is understood to have the support and backing of the Austrian Austrianempeior Austrianempeior Austrianempeior
empeior Francis Joseph whose godson he is while the latter counts upon his hishigh hishigh hishigh
high station in the Romanoff court to gy give him the advantage George Gec > rge Gould is isunderstood Isunderstood isunderstood
understood to view very versoberIY soberly the proposals which have come to him and to toregard toregard toregard
regard his hisdaughter daughter ng n still a child Upon the occasion of her debut into New NewYork NewYorlc NewYork
York society last season sea IOn a kings ransom was spent by Mr Ir and Mrs Gould In Inmaking Inmaking Inmaking
making the function one of oftnrlvaled unrivaled splendor George Gould who is rearing his hisgoodsized hisgoodsized hisgoodsized
goodsized family of children with marked good sense and taste is the only onl son sonof sonof sonof
of Jay Gould whose domestic life has been one of happiness and success his hisbrothers hisbrothers hisbrothers
brothers Frank and Howard having both been parted from their wives the theformer theformer theformer
former by b divorce th the ° latt latter r by separation
English Vicar With SocialisticIdeas Socialistic SocialisticIdeas SocialisticIdeas
Ideas Victim of Puritan PuritanPrejudice PuritanPrejudice PuritanPrejudice
Prejudice PrejudiceLondon
London Oct IS ISBelng Being of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that people should enjoy themselves onSundays on onSundays onSundays
Sundays as much as on week we k days the theRev theRev theRev
Rev E G Masted vicar vicaror of otTllh Tilly nar narDunmow narDunmow narDunmow
Dunmow Essex who Is a Socialist gave gavea
a garden party to his parishioners rs at the thevicarage theIcarage thevicarage
vicarage on Sunday The vicar said he hedid hedid hedid
did not support the method at present presentlargely presentlargely
largely In vogue in this thl country countf of Sun Sunday Sunday
day observance England was still very varymuch verymuch verymuch
much under the domination df Puritan PuritanIsm PuritanIsm Puritanism
Ism In the way Sunday was kept and in inthat inthat inthat
that respect Socialists were strongly anti antiPuritan antlPuritan antiPuritan
Puritan for they believed In the people peoplethoroughly peoplethoroughl peoplethoroughly
thoroughly enjoying themselves on the theSabbath theSabbath theSabbath
Sabbath as well ell as s on onothtr other days With Withthat Withthat Vlttlthat
that object he said he liad deciJIed to tohold tohold tohold
hold his Socialist garden party on a Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day afternoon when the men were free freefrom treefrom freefrom
from work and able to attend attendThe aU attendThe nd ndThe
The lollowing loll owing day do when the Rev ReVlIax ReVlIaxted Max ilaxted Maxted
ted attempted to hold a meeting in Dun Dunmow Dunmow
mow market marketplace place he was subjected tp tpa tpa
a fierce fI rce attack An angry crofrd surged surgedaround surgedaround
around his platform and swept him off his hisfeet hisfeet
feet The police came upon the scene s ne and andprevented andprevented andprevented
prevented personal violence althoughthe althoughthevicar alUlou alIioughtlivicar htIH htIHvlcnr
vicar and his chairman werepelted wIp Jted with withrotten withrotten
rotten eggs stones and flour flourAll flourAll
All argument was lost on the crowd crowdwhich crowdwhich
which was bitterly bltterl hostile and on the ad advice advice advice ¬
vice of the police th vicar left the meet meetIng meetIng meeting
Ing He had not proceeded proc ded far on lilt liltway 111sway hIsway
way homewards when he was attacked attackedin atta lie1 lie1In keiin
in a dark road by half a dozin men whothrew who whothrew whothrew
threw eggs at the vicar and Mrs Maxted MaxtedSpeaking MaxtedSpeaking IaxtedSpeaklnJ
Speaking to a press representative the thevicar thevicar thevicar
vicar complained strongly of the cowardly cowardlyattack cowardl cowardlattack cowardlyattack
attack which had been made on him and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said that he intended to tonppy apply formally formall formallfor
for police protection He considered Itreprehensible it itreprehensible itreprehensible
reprehensible that he shOuld thus be at attacked altacked attacked ¬
tacked upon the highway but In lrispltq lrispltqof spit spitof spitof
of this he said he should continue his hiscrusade hiscrusade hiscrusade
crusade for Socialism SocialismThe
rt rtThe
The matrimonial matrlmoninlintentlona Intentions of th the Duke Dukeof
of the Abruzzi cousin of the King of ofItaly ofItaly ofItaly
Italy are again attracting attention The Theduke Theduke Theduke
duke Is between two stools stoolsloE love and andduty anddut andduty
duty dut If he decides that love shall pre prevail prevail ¬
vail 011 and marries the girl of ofhls his heart heartthen henrtthen heartthen
then he will offend of tend a very Important per personage personaje personage ¬
sonage who is anxious nnxlousthat that he shall wed wedan werlan wedan
an English princess But Butthe the duke has hasa
a strong will of his own and so far has hasrefused hasrefulWd hasrefused
refused to entertain for a single momnt momntthe 1 xnomsntthe 0m nt ntthe
the proposed English alliance It is even evenstated evenstated evenstated
stated that he has prevailed xrev iled upon the theKing theKing theKing
King of Italy to help him to marry Miss MissKatherlne MissKatherine Uss UssKatherIne
KatherIne Elkins by sending him hhnon on a dip ¬
lomatic mission to the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The order for a new Atlantic liner linerwnich linerwhich linerwhich
which will In some ways outstrip the theMauretania th2Mauretanln theMauretania
Mauretania has b been en entrugt Intru td d to the theTyne theTne theTyne
Tyne builders Messrs Swan SwnnHuntlr SwnnHuntlrWlgham Hunter HunterWlgham HunterWigham
Wlgham Richardson and the th Wnllsend Wnllsendslipway Wahlsendalipway Ynllsendsllpwa
slipway company com pan the two firms which whichbuilt whichbuilt whichbuilt
built the present recordbreaker The first firstnamed firstname firstnamed
named name < 1 firm will 111 build the th hull of the thenew thenE thenew
new nE shin shl and the latter the engines enginesThe enginesThe enginesThe
The vessel which hlch Is I intended to tob b a arelief arellpf arelief
relief steamer to the Mauretnnla and andLusitania andLusltanla andLusitania
Lusitania will measure mt sure COO 00 f fet > 0t by b 70 78and 70and 70and
and will have 23000 000 tons dteplacment dteplacmentIt 1fSplac m nt ntIt
It will thus be twothirds the thesize size of the theMauretania theauretanln theMauretania
Mauretania but on the other hand It ItIs ItIs itis
Is expected to be faster as the thespeqlflcn thespeqlflcntlons speqlfica speqlficatlons speqiications
tlons which have baen b en atceptctl a aoapto1nre ttpten are fQr forallturbine fQrallturbine fqrallturbine
allturbine engines of horsjacQwar nearly ninr ninrqUal
equal to that of the Mtfurltanta Mt Uretnn This Thiswill Thiswill Thiswill
will probably mean a speedor speeV or thirty
< >
knots or r five knots faster than the theMauretanias the1Iauretnnlas theMauretanias
Mauretanias contract speed speedA SP d dI dA
I 5 < iC 5 5A
A very sad story of acute poverty was wasrelated wasrelnted wasrelated
related at an inquest held by the Bethnal BethnalGreen BthnalGreen BethnalGreen
Green coroner c roner on two babiep babl Edward EdwardFennel Edwardennelaged EdwardFennel
Fennel < ennelaged aged one minute and Bert Fen Fennel Fennel Fennel ¬
nel aged one hour The father Alfred AlfredFennel AlfredFehnel AlfredFennel
Fennel looking weak and ill said his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife gave birth to triplets on Tuesday TuesdayThese TuesdayThese TuesdayThese
These two children died almost at once onceand onceand onceand
i and the third had died that morning morningThere morningThere morningThere
There had been eight children previously previouslytwo
j two being twins antI five were not alive aliveHow aUveHow aliveHos
How arc these people peoplepoor poor asked askedth askedthcoroner thp thpcoroner th thcoroner
coroner Very poor Indeed as poor as aschurch aschurch aschurch
church mice a policeman answered answeredThe answeredThe answeredThe
The father has been b en out of work for formonths formonths formonths
months Then how do they manage maritigcto maritigctolive to tolive tolive
live the thecoron coroner r asked again That is isa Isa isa
a puzzle the policeman poJl fuanr replied > p1ed He oc occasionally occaslOnalfY occaslonalty ¬
casionally had a days dayswork work at atthe the docks docksand docksnnd docksand
and they managed as b best st they the could couldThere couldThere couldThere
There were a lot of ehlldren at home I Ifound Ifouhd Ifouhd
fouhd everything as clean as a neW nttpln nttplnThe pin pinThe pinThe
The mother motherwnf wa scrubbing all the day dayDr dayDr ay ayDr
Dr Robert Burgee ot the London hos hospital hosplt hospit ¬
pital pit l said that death was du due to natural naturaldtbllity naturaltkblllty natural1ebility
dtbllity from tromprtmature premature birth It was wasunusual walunusual wasunusual
unusual tohear to hear of the birth of oftrIilets oftrIiletseYen triplets tripletseven trI lets letseven
even at a great hospital At the London Londonhospital Londonhospital Londonhospital
hospital they the had about three cases a ayear ayear ayear
year but it Was rare r r for them to live It Ituat Itwas Itwas
was > usual usulilfor for the birth of triplets to nun nunin tJunIn sunin
in the th family The jury Jtir returned verdicts verdictsof
of deaths from natural causes causeK causeThe causesThe causesThe
The Ingenuity which has been shown shownih
ih the development of new Ideas calcu calculated calculated calculated ¬
lated to enlist the sympathies s1mpa hlts and sub subscriptions subscriptions subscriptiuns ¬ j
scriptions of a philanthropic public has hasprobably hasprobabhfeachEd hasprobably
probably probabhfeachEd reached ItH It climax In a novel noveluse nbveluse novelusewhlch
use usewhlch which the authorities of the London Londonhospital Jondonhospital Londonhospital
hospital have found for umbrellas and andwalking andwalkllTS andwalking
walking sticks sticksA
A receptacle is plated pla d in the th handles handlesof
of these which will 11 hold hol exactly eighty Ight Ightfour I
four half sovereigns soVer Sl1 or o sixpences and andthe andthe andtlie
the holders draw tiw th attention < jf their theirfriends theirfriends theirfriends
friends to a littlp slot which I Is s of ofsum ofsumcintsizo suffi sufficlqnt sufnclint
clint cintsizo size to receive r < e1e the colnfe coli s a ft ap a adon adonlon dona donation donaion ¬
tion lon to the th funds of the th hospital hospitalAlready hoevttnlAlready hospitalAlready
Already 400 of these umbrellas and andwalking andwllkIn andwalking
walking sticks have been befndllftrlbllted distributed not notonly tlotonly notonly
only In London but In China Australia AustraliaSouth AustraliaSouth AustraliaSouth
South Africa and other distant parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the world When WhCnfull hOn full they the arp returned returnedto
to the hospital and already a goodly goodlysum good goodsum
sum has accrued to tho coffers cor tIS of the
institution The record collection c in one oneumbrella oneumbllJIa oneumbrella
umbrella so far has been 29 10s 10sThe 10sThe LosThe
The arrest at < st of an alleged German spy spywho spywho
who was found in L Lennn > ennn Fort In the thanorth thenorth thenorth
north of Ireland Ir land and afterward att rward liberated lIber 1ted
Is reported In a telegram from Buncrana
Lock Swllly SII1 County Donegal DonegalYesterday DonegalYester1ay DonegalYesterday
Yesterday morning the attention of ofthe oJthe ofthe
the military mill tar authorities s In Loenan Fort Fortwas Fortwas Fortwas
was drawn to a stranger inside the In Inner Inner inner ¬
ner batteries who It is said v was as taking takingsketches takingsketches takingsketches
sketches sketchesThe sketchesThe
The man manwasimmedhltel was immediately placed under underarrest underarrest underarrest
arrest and a courtmartial was Wi held
Nothing definite however could ceuldproved b3 b3proved bapro
proved pro d and andtke the man was discharged dischargedHe
He could spanK S K hardly any English only
German and did not know apparantly apparantlywhere appKr aparmtlyvhere ntly ntlywhere
where he was going This was the th gist gistof gistof gistof
of the mans story stor but b t the station mas master master innster ¬
ter who observed the man getting off offa
a midday train at Clonmany Clonmiln said that
he seemed to be acquainted a < with the
direction n hr h took tookLeenn tookLeenan tookLeenhn
Leenn Frt is the 1h tlDget t > nge t fortifica fortification fortlfleation ¬
tion nri 0 th North IrMard coast and no nooie n nOi
oie 01 Is allowrd wtt wltd sts > ihp Lii hl buljdtn iuldn = How
ih stranger r got in unchallenged unha let1sed Is so S Sar soar
far ar a mystery
Soldier Beaten Into Insensibility Gets GetsNo GetsNo GetsNo 5
No Aid From Police PolleeBeaten PoliceBeaten
Beaten by thugs a soldier from Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas FortDouglas t
Douglas lay unconscious more than fif fifteen fifteen if ifteen
teen minutes about 1 oclock this morn morning mornIng mornlog
ing on Second South street directly across acrossfrom acrossfrom
from the Wilson l1son hotel He might have havelaid havelaid s
laid there all night had not Jack Conway Conwayan
an actor administered adml letered first aid to the In Injured InJured injured
jured and revived him himAlthough himAlthough
Although In a part of the city where wherepolicemen wherepolicemen wherepolicemen
policemen are presumed to be constantly constantlypassing constantlypassing constantlypassing t
passing to and fro ro the soldier was not notonto notonly t
only robber but left to recover of his hieown hisown hisown
own accord Seeing the crowd standing standingaround standingaround standingaround
around the prostrate pro trate man Conway ran ranovur ranotr ranover
over and with the help of others the
Injured lnjur d man was brought to conscious consciousness con clous clousncsH ¬
ness A hack was called and he was sent
home homeDuring homeDuring homeDuring
During the entire episode not a police policemail poll policemaif e ema
ma mail was in sight 5Ig
Philadelphia Times TimesWhen TimesYhon TimesWhen
When childrens minds aVe unfolding unfoldingand unfoldingandthey
and andthey they arc 111 > seeking to absorb knowledge knowledgesome
some of f the th questions asked a ked would puz puzzle puzzhe ¬
zle a Solomon to answer anllw r and convey the theexact thelxact theexact
exact intorTialton n that it is desired to toimpart
impart An instance in point happened happeneda
a few day ago agoEdward agoEdwrirll agoEdward
Edward Robinson nobl 1 oll late a foreman In Inone Inone inone
one department dtpartm < nt at Baldwins died Bud suddenly Buddenl soddenly ¬
denly denl at 111 lila home In New Jersey His Hisnephew Hilinpllhew Illsnephe 5
nephew b tot of 3 years lives in this thiscity thiscity thiscity 1
city and was very fond of his uncle unclefor uncleOr
for Or whom hom he was named Little I Eddies Eddiesmother Eddlesm Eddiesmother
mother m ther had h been en n teaching tl1l hlng him that heav heaven ¬
en was as u most beautiful place whose whosestreets whokItreetll whoseStreets
streets wire all paved with gold and andotherwise andothlrwlM andotherwise
otherwise tried to describe it to the in infant Infant Infant ¬
fant mind mindThe mindThe mindThe
The child was taken to his uncles fu funeral funcrnl fitneral ¬
neral and told thatUncle that Uncle Ed had gone goneto
to heaven When the little fellow was wastaken wast1ken wastaken
taken for a nlast last look at his dead relathehe relative rela relative ¬
tive thehe he studied long and earnestly and andthen andthen andthen 1
then turned to his mother and most seri seriously serIously seriously ¬
ously asked askedSay asl askedSay ed edSa
Say Sa mamma dont you OU think tncl tnclEd rnc1Ed tnclEd
Ed made a mistake going to heaven with withhis withhili withhis
his shoes on oar
Alarming Mortality Among the theBabies theBabies theBabies
Babies Throughout the Civi Civilized Civilized Civilized ¬
lized World WorldApropos WorldApropos WorldApropos
Apropos of the appalling mortality mortalityamong mortalityalftOflg mortalityamoag
among the babies not only in our own ownland ownland ownland
land but throughout the dviltaed world worldno
no single factor can be pointed out as the thaprimary thoprImary theprimary
primary cause eau e of this blot on our mod modera modern modera
era civilization The problem and the thepossibility theposeIbility thepossibility
possibility of He It prevention are to be con conaidered oonsIdered eonaldered
aidered at a special conference arranged arrangedby
by the American Academy of Medicine Medicineto edlclneto
to be held at New ew Haven Conn Nov U Uand Uand itand
and 12 1 What are regarded as a contribu contributory contrlbutcry contributory ¬
tory caur causes can be gathered from some someot someot someof
ot the ubJects mentioned In the an announcement announcement announeement ¬
nouncement for meeting Four Avenues Avenuesfor venues Lvenuesfor venuesfor
for the introduction of preventive measures measUres meas measures ¬
ures are indicated by the titles of the thesessions thetonsmedieal thesessionsmedical
sessions tonsmedieal medical philanthropic Inatltu Inatltutional InaUtutlonal inatitutional
tional and educational Practically all allcauses aUcau allcauses
causes cau es suggested under these headings headingsare
are summarized in the four mentioned in inthe Inthe Iathe
the section on medical prevention prevenUoncon prevenUoncongenital con congenital ¬
genital debility de bill ty unsuitable nourishment nourishmentImproper nouri nourishmentimproper hment hmentImproper
Improper care and communicable or in infectious infectious Infectious ¬
fectious diseases When hen it is recalled that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the men who are in the thick of the thefight thefight thefight
fight against the heedless and unneces unnecessary unneces88ry unnecessary ¬
sary waste wa te of baby bab life assert that the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present Infant death d ath rate could be cut In Inhalf Inl1alf Inhalf
half by the enactment and rigid enforce enforcement enforceI ¬
I ment of laws requiring the adequate In Inspection Inspectlon Inspection ¬
spection of the sources of the milk sup supply supply supply ¬
ply coupled with the sanitary inspection inspectionof
of tenements the accurate registration of ofbirths orbirths ofbirths
births and the instruction of the mothers mothersby
by visiting nurses or other properly ac accredted accredl accredted
credted credl ed representatives of the local localboards localI localboards
I boards of health it is readily seen that thattwo thattwo thattwo
two very ery grave sources of danger are to tobe toI tobe
be found in the quality of the nourish nourishment nourlahment nourishmeat ¬
I ment fed to babies and the conditions of ofthe orthe ofthe
the homes themselves Serious as tho thoproblem thoI
I problem of a pure milk supply is it is ismuch ismucb ismuch
much less difficult of solution than the themore themore themore
more complicated one of housing hou lng condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
Urban Population PopulationOne
One hundred years ago 313 3 13 per er cent of ofthe otI ofthe
the population of the United States lived livedin
I I in the cities Today 33 3 13 per cent of our ourI
I 85008000 people are crowded into the theelites thEI thecities
elites Overcrowding the congestion or orpopulation ofpopulation < > f fpopulation
I population In slum districts the herding herdingtogether herdlr herdlrtogether herdlntogether
together of the great unassimilated mass massof massot massI
I of Immigrants in inadequate and unsan unsanitary unsanitar ¬
itary Itaf quarters the selfishness of property propertyowners propertyownens propertyowners
I owners the apathy of municipal govern governments governHlnta governmeats ¬
meats In 11 dealing with 1th situations whiui whiuirequire whkrequire whietirequire
require drastic measures all contribute t tmake tmake tmake < >
make this one of the most complex as aswell aswell aswell
well as one of the most dishearten disheartening dishearteningfactors dishearteningfactors ing ingfactors
factors In the big problem of the preven prevention prewntlon prevention ¬
tion of infant mortality The appoint appointi appointment appointment
i ment of tenement house commissions are arepreliminary arei arepreliminary
i preliminary steps only and steps whch whchare
are of no consequence whatever unless unlessthe unltssthe uniessthe
I the recommendations of the commission commissionare
I are enforced Not ot even a Burbank would wouldi wouldattempt wouldattempt
i attempt to bring a plant to maturity b bdepriving by bydepriving bydepriving >
depriving It of light and air and sun sunshine BunIiIhlne i ishine
shine but according accordl g to a recent report reportthere reporttlHlre reportthere
there are 800900 O0O absolutely dark bedroom bedroomIn bed room a aIn
> In the city of New Ne York alone where hu hul humankind
l mankind old as well as young are suc sucposed au auPOd up upt8
i posed te live and move and have their theirbeing theirr theirbe4ng
r being beingf
f Crowded Tenements TenementsSix
f Six years ago Bruns investigated 2701 2701infant 2 2711infant r1 r1f
f infant deaths In Berlin Of that number number17W numberIm
17W 17 occurred In families occupying one oneroom oneroom oneroom
room tenements 751 T in those tho e living in two tworoom tworoom tworooms
room IS I in those occupying three rooms roomsand roomeI roomsand
and only fortythree in families living in inlarger Inlarger inlarger
I larger establishments That congestion congestionof
of population within a given area would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not necessarily mean m an the absence of hy hyclen bygienir
I glen gienir conditions was pointed out recent recently JI > Cent Cently ¬
ly in a paper by b Dr Stowell of New York Yorkvisiting Yorkvisiting Yorkvisiting
visiting physician to the New ew York City CityChildrens CityChlldrens CityChildrens
Childrens hospital and schools As In Instances 111I instances ¬
stances of congestion under favorable favorableand favorabland
I and under unfavorable conditions he con contrasted contrasted contrasted ¬
trasted the largest apartment hotel la laNew 111New IiiI
I New York Yorkthe the Ansonia AnllOnlawhk whlth h houses housesI
138 I persons to the acre with the notori notorious no notorioils torl torlt ¬
ous t oils Chrystle street tenement block In InJ Inwhich
i J which 1850 persons are housed In a slngl slnglacre singlaacre
< acre The hotel covers a total area of ofl
l 18 acres of ground and houses 2000 per persons perI persuns
I sons in 2500 2 500 ruoms As there are sixteen sixteenE sixteeninhabitable
E Inhabitable floors the total area amounts amountoI
j to about twentysix acres and all or the therooms therooms
j rooms are open to the outside admitting admittingthe
tine the sovereign preventives of disease diseaseMight diseaselight diseaselight
light and air In the seven years since sincethe B1noothe sincethe
the place was opened not one of the tOG 400employes 4 4employe tOGemployee
j employee employe has hs become b me a victim of tuber tubert tbr tbrf tuberculoels
t f culosie The T tenement tnement block on the other otr otrI otherhand
j I hand han has been bn a I veritable breeding brelnS breedingground
ground gound for that disease dise disei diseaseOne
i One Good Remedy RemedyAs
As a l means mD of decreasing decreaeng the th over overwhelming Oer overwhelming ¬
i whelming mortality mortaly In congested cnget Indus Industrial Indu industrial ¬
I trial trl centers centes the Garden Garn City like lke that thatat thatat thatat
at Boumeville Bourevll near nar Birmingham Blnlngham Eng England Engln England ¬
land ln is being bing established in some BOre parts partsof pt
of Great Gret Britain and an in our own coun country cun cuntry country ¬
try The Te removal of the manufacturing manufacturingplant manutactulng manutactulngplant
plant which whch employs very large larg numbers numbersof
of Individuals Indivduals to some suburban suburba district districtand distrct distrctand districtand
and tb th the erection eretion of cottages ctge with wth gar gardens ga gardens ¬
dens attached attach for the workers and their theirfamilies theirfamies theirfamilies
families the establishment establlhment of schools hool and andother andother a aother
other features feature of city life the th dmelop dmelopment delopment dsvelitment
ment of the property proprty along communit communitlines cmmunJ communilines
lines loe with wih the agreement 8ement that tlat all al inter interest Intr Intret intereat ¬
est et over 6 per pr er cent on o the investment investmentshall invtment invtmentshal investmentshall
shall shal be b devoted to public publi improvements improvementsare Improvemntsare
are features feture of this plan Obvious diffi difficulties difficulis difficulties ¬
culties culis make the application applicaton of the te plan planon pia r
on a general gearal scale sle impracticable Imprctcabl end Ind th thimproved tho thoImprve thimproved
improved Imprve tenement offers a more feasible fPslhle fPslhlesoluto easihIesolution
solution soluto of the th problem for the th majoritv majorty majortyof najorityof
of cities cUe The e registration reHiltraton of F 1Jn mi nj prop property propfrty prolerty ¬
erty is I advocated adoate by some sm English 11118h E I I sh in investigators 11 I i ivestigittors ¬
vestigators vesUgtos as a means men of Wt veci ding i iig g out oitthe outthe
the undesirable and an insanltarj Insniary t tlnemfnt tlnemfnthOUM nement nementhouse em rr rrhouse
house hOUM Owners Owner of slum propern propel r < ire re r ft ftpartcu1rll t tparticularly tparticularly
particularly partcu1rll sensitive snsItive as a nil to thtir thtirresponsibility twlr twlrresln iii r rresponsibility
responsibility lbl ty as their brothers brtber Kfvper KfvperBut KPpHBt iop I IBut
But resln Bt nobody noby can tell tel what the future may mayhave ma mahave mehave
have In store It I Is II not no as reputable reutable to toamass toamass toamass
amass a swollen swolen fortune by the th manlj manljillation manlpulatlon manijulation
illation of great geat vested veste interests as a it Was Wn3a
a few years yars ago If I the object lessons 1lsons 1lsonstaugh lessonstaught
taught taugh by the th congested cong sted population ppulaton ex exhibits IXIlblt exhibits ¬
hibits Ilblt held recently reenty are a needed nee it mn mneventually maeentualb mueventually
eventually be b quite as al disreputable disreputbl to toIn li liIn Iiin
In luxury luur off of th rentals rntl from proper propertthat prpert prpertthat properthat
that Is II a breeding hre dlng plac J of f crime and vir virrn v vpnd vpnd
rn pnd < disease dbe ant I

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