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I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 11 1909
ZEL4YA SUBMIT
TO UNITED STATES
Willing to Resign Presidency
but Wants to Name His
Successor
Managua Dee 10The United
States unjustly condemn my admin
istrate M all President Zelaya In an
interview wLIt a staff correspondent of
tie A oclated Press today
I jnojiofaed to Secretary of Sta
Knox Tnt 1 he submit the case to the
Jiuetlutlon of a committee of his
i wn cooIng I agreeing to surrender
IIy rights to the presidency if charges
in Ills htr to Isidore Hezera former
iLaraguan minister to the Unlt d
s ales vrr utained secretary Knox
1 > 3 not Jtplitd
Dein pless against the hostility t
it powtrtul nation I must submit al
i inugli l 1 ae been condemned un
eird i
Tin uff < lon of the United States
win in iidnund to Its credit as a na
tion Wi H motives tire questioned In
II IMIIIIAmrica The shouting 0
iiot i ml Cannon was proper Both
were unit liable to the laws of Nlca
J ajoua which distinctH autnorzes the
tlothl ut individuals commanding
ic bels
It 1 different If a person IB cap
t ired in the rourse of an international
war lli I I attempt of Secretary Knox
to > estaiii i the inviolability of Amerl
< ans pH rT tpatmg In foreign rebellions
will result In constant revolutions led
hy i Immune Americans
The initiative it the shooting ot
Oroce and fiinnon was not mine I
fimply it fu < ed to extend clemency to
them aft r a properly constituted mill
tan tribunal had passed upon the
ase While I am ready to surrender the
presidents continued President Ze
Jaya 1 I annotdo It precipitately as
It would result in uprisings by several
ictionK each of which is eager to ob
tain power
I am In negotiation with the revo
lutionist to secure their Indorsement
to a successor who will be acceptable
10 all parties and have submitted the
jiime ot Jose Madriz Judge of the Car
tigO court
I hope this will obviate the neces
sity for American Intervention which
Mould he Intensely distasteful to all
atmAmerlca I am informed that It
i is the intention of the United States to
revent mv leaving Nicaragua I do
> t heihve Ibis is true
H Is reported that the revolutionists
uill reject Senor Madris as Zelayas
icceroor and insist upon General Es
irn < la assuming1 the presidency de
ir rpsr that the United States has
Tiromised to furnish 2000 marines at
Minefields to bring about his success i
BOTH HOUSES SESSION
Many Bills Introduced One Calling
for the Arrest of Zelaya as a
Murderer
Washington Dec 10Ar a promise
of activity In the interest of legislation
senators today Introduced more than I
> 50 bills and resolutions covering a
great variety of subjects Many failed
f passage in the last congress aad SO
per cent Mill receive scant consideration
this session Many are for pensions
that could not be granted under the
general law
Standing out as a striking proposition
v as a resolution by Senator Raynor to
Kiy authorizing the President of the
Im ted Mates to cause Presidtn Zelaya
t i be apprehended as a common crim
inal I chained with the mnrder of two
Americans engaged in revolutionary ac
tivity In Nicaragua contrary to the
i ode of war of all civilized nations
The house was in session an hour and
a half iind a large number of measures
were iQtioduceti The most srlktng fea
ture of the proceedings was a speech by
Representative Kuesterman of Wisoon
tin denying that his Interest in Ger
man shipping was so great as to cause
him to antagonize a bill for the relief
> f t the American merchant marine
As no reports have been made from
> ommittees both houses are without
mbjects upon which to legislate The
K nate therefore adjourned until Hon
< lay and the house until Tuesday
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
ras been used for YEARS by MILLION
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN I
WHILE TKKTHINO with PERFECT
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is tan
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggist In every part of the world Be
cure and ask for Mrs Winslows Sooth
Ing Syrup and take no other kind
Tv trtnn cents a bottle GUARAN
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT June 80 lt SERIAL NUMKK
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c GARDNER DAiLY STORSTMEWS
5 S 1 MAIL Qgbfeg < PILLED
Weather Forecast for Today Generally Fair
Useful and Sensible
t Gifts for Boys S
c This picture illustrates tho <
new Auto Overcoat and Polo 5
c 7 Cap for small < boys Those
1 5 ji would make your boy a fine
qi a present j
c 0 7 Boys Suits Gardner values
s I stylish strong fabrics beau
a tiful patterns
250 to 1200
I
3 THESE FOR BOYS 3
Rough Rider or Fur Gloves
Kid or Golf Gloves Ties
Handkerchiefs Shirts Collars
c It Pays to Buy at Gardners
o GAADNER MN i
t c2 THE UALITYSTORE
vJ APwJvPJ ItJvJwW JWA 4
Christmas Buying
has commenced
Let your present be of the
best quality Splendid
variety of Toilet Sets
Manicure Sets Military
Brushes Beveled Mirrors
Jewel Cases Perfumes
etc etc at very reason
able prices Come in and
see them
The Pure Drug
Dispensary
112114
South Main
Street
Cohns i 2 2224 Main Street I The Xmas Store I Cohn
Choose Any Suit in the House at Just Half Price
Absolutely nothing reserved Over 500 Suits in the seasons
best models All goods marked in plain 795 Panama Skirts 500
sons figures aSnaallZSr 8t 5
Priced Specially Saturday
Make your own reductions thus
No woman need do without thai everuseful odd skirt
15 Suits 750 40 Suits 2000 when she may buy Saturday for just 500 a black or
24 Suits 1200 50 Suits 2500 blue Panama in the new pleated styles neatly trimmed
30 Suits 1500 60 Suits 3000 in bands folds and button
Just 50 Skirts in the lotmany different styles Hot
All other Suits reduced proportionately a skirt worth less than 795 Ohoo Saturday at 500
795 Children Coats
s 695
200 Childrens White Angora Fur Sets muff
with purse and cord and neckpiece muff98c One lot of Childrens Ooats specially priced for Saturday
Made of heavy cheviots kerseys and mannish suitings Well
700 Ladie Australian Opossum Throw Scarf 395 finished to the last detail All wanted colors Worth to
60 inches long Skinner satin lined 750 Choose Saturday at 595
The above are two Specials for Saturday But you can A Sale of Silk Stocking
ch9ose any other Fur in the hous at ½ lass the regular Who wouldnt give Silk Stocking for Xmai gift when
marked price they can be bought at these low prices
350 Silk Hose 219 100 Stocldngs Jlte
Sweaters and Bath Robes Are Mighty Givahle Onyx Brand Beautiful Silk Hosiery Ladles black fancy UI stocking
blacks only boot silk embroidered lace fronts embroidered In silk
in lovers knot and dots in differ various colored dots f t
Theyre so comfy and warm that they ward off ent colors Worth to Q 1 ft 100 qualities Dv7C
219
356 Chose at > X It
many a chill These specially priced for Saturday 125 Silk Hose 08c
Black Silk Stockings 1JW
Beautiful tan silk hose that are
Childrens bath robes made of heavy bath b velour 1 Colored Sill Stockings aiSfi worth regular 98c
I ro es ma Q 0 cavy robing ve onr cord Silk Stockings black and coloras 1125 tor SfOC
t mmed heavy cord at waist Blue red grey t Q
295
pink lavender Sizes 8 to 16 Saturday < P W
White Organdie and Swiss Aprons plain and hemstitched
Kens and womens bath robes all colors made of heavy bath ruffle ribbon trimmed with and without A vj
robingvelour 395 to 595 pockets worth to 65c at 47 C
l 1 colors
2 Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in dainty book box worth
Ladies sweaters 86 inches long Form and HII form fitting 20c an Xmas Special for Saturday
Pearl button trimmed lOc
395
box
8 to 14 years Pearl button trimmed perbox c
Pretty Irish Linen Handkerchiefs daintily embroidered de
Childrens sweaters White and cardinal Sizes 1 75 signs with initial worth 25c each or CA
Saturday special
Saturday 20c each I or 3 for 50c
A List of Specials That Can be Had Here Today for 25c and 35c
Ruohings worth to 150 Fancy Ribbons all colors worth to 100
Sample Belts worth to 100 25 C Pretty Plates worth to The many designs 35 C
Whitings Writing Paper in holly boxes Framed Pictures worth to 65c
See Special Bargain Tables k
Oh TOM Special I
Bargain tables in the rear pf the store literally groan under the weight of peCla
many desirable and useful holiday articles specially priced at lOc 15c 20c
and 25c See these On Sale I from 7 to 10 p m Only I
Oups and Saucers dollar Boxes Pin Trays Vases 1000 German China Plates floral and gold
China Creamers Glove and Handker Pitchers
decorations in dessert bread
and butter
Sugars chief Boxes Shaving Mugs
Baskets and fruit sizes
Plaques Cologne Bottles
Rose Jars Jewel Boxes Silverplated Sugar REGULAR lOc AND 15o
Teapots Hair Receivers Creamers PLATES FIND THEM
Plates Puff Boxes Napkin Rings ON THE FRONT COUN 5c
And these only hintat the many useful and ornamental holiday things to be TER W H I L E TESY C
founfl atvlOc 15c 20c and 25e LAST
Oriental coach cov JSJS Ciway IdNe
ers X yards by 194 Scurf 1ixM aed
AVartk regularly 98c
1 39 n axIS leh Mae C
sSe Saturday ape a Saturday
clal
430 down filled see Iissprlei Jsp
comforter French 4 75 a ae Kimono crrp
IfRteeR 0x7 feet covered Slzeq signs nil colors SlunltlT nail de 29c
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A If your gifts of
cigars duplicate
the gifts of others
you only duplicate
the pleasure
II In all our stock there It
no brand of cigars that
I t ti1YJ outclasses Palma de
I jij Cut > as as examples of
superior quality for the
money Anypne of the
popular sizes makes an
I acceptable gift
Delicioios Size Box of i
25 100
Bouquet Size Box of
25 125
k1 invincible Size Box of
25 250
c Cabeltero Size Box of
50 300
We invite inspection with
out obligation to buy
UNItED
CIGAR I
STORES
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Only One BROMO QUININE
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Look for the signature of E W GROVE
Used the world over to cure a Cold In
One day 25c
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Fresh Fish
After the holiday fish will be III agreeable
change in diet Here arc a few telections from
stock to arrive Saturday morning
Halibut per Ib IV c Salmon per lb 20c
Barracuda perib17o Shad per Ib 15c
Boles per Ib 15c Rock Ood per Ib 16e
BOOTH FISHERIES CO
30 West First South Both Phones 349
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fACTS REGARDING 1
ZRA Y AS COUNTRY
Nicaragua About the Size of
New YorkClimate Popu
lation and Resources
I
Washington Dec 10 Everybody
ems to be asking in view of present
developments what exactly Is Nica
ragua how large ie it what are Its re
sources commerce and climate Some
Interesting comparisons and facts pre
I pared by the International Bureau of
I American Republics will help to an
swer these pertinent natural questions
j There is only four square miles differ
ence between the area of Nlcraua
i and the state of Nw York Take Con
I necticut out of New England und
Nicaragua would cover the rest if n
It la 1 apptoxlrlately halt the sine of th
state Washington To be exact it I
I covers 49200 square miles which is
I larger than Holland Belgium and Den
mark combined It has a remarkable
I extent of coast 1ne on two oceans On
the Carrlbean it reaches nearly 300
miles due north and south on the Pa
cific it extends I 226 miles Its greatest
width is 276 miles or approximately the
distance from Washington to New
York Its least width is 125 miles 01
approximately the distance from Chi
cago to the Mississippi river
It has the smallest population of any
Central American country but is cor
respondingly capable of great material
development There are only about 860 <
000 people within its limits Of these
esixtha are upon the western or Pa
cific side The eastern or Caribbean
shore lies low and is drained by many
rivers The only industry of this sec
tion is the growing of bananas which
were shipped in IMS to the number of
1500000 bunches valued at 50 I cents a
bunch The principal town here is
Blueflelds a little south of the center
having 5000 inhabitants It is L1S
miles from New Orleans and 310 miles
from Colon The only other important
places on this east coast are Grey town
at the southern point with 2000 In
habitants near the mouth of the San
Juan river which was to have been the
course of the isthmian canal if built
through Nicaragua and Cape Gracias
a Dios at the northern point with
only 1500 people On the populated Pa
cific slope the chief cities are Leon tne
historic apd interesting old capital with
60000 Inhabitants Managua the pres
ent capital with 40000 Matagalpa
with 14000 Granada with 12000 and
several other towns of from 5000 to
10000 The principal port on the Pa
cific side is ConnIe near thenorthern
end with only about 3000 people At
the southern end is the harbor of San
Juan del Sur
There is one railroad In Nicaragua
which starts at Corinto and runs to
Managua and then across to Granada
on Lake Nicaragua which is the lar
gest Inland body of water in all Latin
America If one wishes to go to Nica
ragua he can take steamers on the At
lantic side from New York New Or
leans er Mobile Going by Pacific he
will take steamers from San Francisco
or from coast points of other countries
Perhaps the quickest way to reach it
today is either through Mexico by rail
and by steamer from SaUna Cruz to
Corinto or by steamer from New Or
leans direct to Blueflelds The latter
Journey generally takes about four
days If however one lands on the east
coast it is practically impossible to go
to the west coast on account of the
lack of railroads and other facilities A
common way to go to the west coast is
via Panama and the Pacific side
The total value of the foreign trade
of Nicaragua in 1906 Amounted to 7
500000 of which exports were 4500000
and imports 3000000 Nicaragua
bought from the United States textiles
clothing machinery etc valued at
1100000 She sold to the United States
bananas coffee rubber mahogany
cattle hides etc valued at 1050000
Nicaragua has a president cabinet
with nve ministers or secretaries thir
teen departments or states and five di
visions like our territories Its national
assembly consists of only one chamber
which is now in session
Lying between 10 degrees 45 minutes
and 14 degrees 55 minutes north lati
tude and between 83 degrees 11 min
utes and 87 degrees 40 minutes west
longitude it is located all within the
tropic but it has a considerable varie
ty of climate Although the east coast
is low lying and very warm the central
and western sections are in parts so
mountainous and elevated that the
temperature never reaches a high point
and the climate can be considered salu
brious The western section In which
the greater part of the population is
located has such a varying latitude
and the country is so broken with lakes
and so close to the sea that it is not by
any means as hot as it would appear to
be on the map
MORE SHEEP AND fUll
RECOVERY PRICES
Total Valuation of the Wool Clip of
1919 Estimated in Boston at
88829746
Boston Dec 10The erection a
great wool warehouse by western
growers and Chicago business men IH
that city has not threatened the
primacy of Boston as the wool market
of America and the second largest in
the world according to a statement
issued by the Association of Wool
Manufacturers today
The Chicago warehouse recently com
pleted is the outgrowth it is said of
discontent among some western Inter
ests with what are alleged to be ar
bitrary methods of eastern wool buy
ers and its purpose is to eliminate the
middlemen
The National association in its esti
mate places the number of sheep fit
for shearing in the United States at
42283205 an Increase of 19S1C57 over
the preceding year The wool season
of 1909 witnessed a full recovery In
prices and volume of business from the
financial panic of 1907OS
The total wool production of the
United States this year is estimated
at 328110749 pounds an increase of
6863137 pounds over last year The
total value of the wool clip of 1901
as estimated on the price in Boston Is
88829746 as compared with 61707
516 for 1908 The total imports of
foreign wool for 1909 were 26409304
pounds as compared with 123980524
pounds for the year preceding
The estimated wool production of
the world in 1895 was 2692986773
pounds The production of the world
aco > rding to the latest official esti
mate is 2804136546 pounds an in
crease in fourteen years of only 111
149773 pounds The wool product is
not keeping pace with the wool using
population for the per capita product
in 1895 was 488 pounds while now it
is 427 pounds
TWO BATTlESHIPS IN
COlliSION OCEAN
Georgia and Nebraska Came To
gether During Tactical
Exercises
Washington Dec lOThe battleships
Georgia and Nebraska collided yester
day afternoon while engaged in tactical
exercises off the Virginia capes The ef
fects were not serious and the two ships
were able to return to Hampton Roads
today with the entire fleet Rivets in
the two vessls were strained
Commander A H Davis was in
charge of the Georgia Captain Potts
the recent commander of the battleship
having been relieves and his successor
not appointed Commander Davis is
the executive office of the Georgia
Rear Admiral Comly in command of
the third division of the fleet also was
on the Georgia The Nebraska was
commanded by Captain John E New
ton
Further than describing the effects of
the collision as slight the navy depart
ment had no detailed information to
givdout in regard to the damage suf
fered by the vessels It was learned
however that the collision was severe
enough to strain rivets of the armored
sides of the vessels A court of inquiry
probably will be called by Rear Admiral
Schroeder to ascertain the responsibili
ty for the collision
PRINCESS WHO OBJECTS
TO MARRYING A KING
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Princess Alexandra daughter the
American English princess royal whM
hand Is sought in marriage by ICIng MaS
uel ot Portugal 1 H is now In England
pressing hit pnt J on which the young
pririr < IC n j rrp ea Cocgnt look WItL t
favor 8r rna 1 nOr b i perrot I
to nwn > A i B tsl sa nobkman
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CUMMINS IN FIElD
m m BILL
Iowa Senator Proposes Some
Radical Changes in Inter
state Commerce Act
Washington Dec 10A controversy
over railroad legislation will be precipi
tated in congress this winter which in
Importance promises to surpass the leg
islative conflict over railroad rates four
years ago
The first gun was fired today by Sen
ator Cummins of Iowa when he Intro
duced a bill proposing radical changes In
the interstate commerce act In a large
sense the Cummins measure Is a substi
tute for the present Interstate commerce
act It Is expected that the measure pro
posing amendments to the law will be
introduced early in January by Senator
Elkins which will differ from the Cum
mins bill in many important details
In brief the Cummins bill requires the
interstate commerce commission to pro
mulgate a uniform classification of
freight and to prepare a plan for the
statement of freight rates which shall
hereafter be made in a uniform way The
carriers are required to adopt this classi
fication
The commission is authorized to consid
er rates on its own motion with a view to
determining their reasonableness and is
empowered to fix maximum and minimum
rates
In any action Instituted in court to set
aside an order of the commission respect
ing rates the courts are prevented from
Inquiring Into the reasonableness or suf
ficiency of any rate fixed by the commis
sion
sioziThe
The bill provides that changes in rates
shall not become effective until they are
approved by the commission It prohib
its the acquisition or control by any
common carrier of any parallel compet
ing lines or from acquiring the capital
stock or bonds of any other carrier that
is a competitor
By the terms of the bill a carrier Is
prohibited from issuing any capital stock
without payment at par either In money I
or in property and in effect the com
mission shall have supervision of the Is I
sues of stocks and bonds by any carrier
Specific directions are given for the dis
position of the proceeds of any sale of
bonds After January 1 im no carrier
doing interstate business shall be permit
ted to engage in any other business than
that of a common carrier
OIL STOVE EXPLODED
Woman and Four Children Burned
to Death In Kansas
Conoordla Kan Dec lOAt Wayne
a village in Republic county fourteen
miles north of this place Mrs Frank
Hicks and four children two girls and
two boys aged from 3 to 19 years were
burned to death lest night A crude oil
Hove exploded setting fire to the house
Mrs Hicks carried her 9monthaQld
baby in the yard unbanned and went
back into the house for the other chil
dren Mr Hicks was severely burned
trying to put out the fire The bodies
were recovered this morning
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CHRISTMAS PRICES
Pork Getting Beyond the Reach of
Ordinary Mortals
St Joseph Ma Dec 10The record
for hogs was again broken on the St
Joseph market today when the top
price was U > per hundred S cent
higher than Thursday and the highest
paid at the Missouri river market
St Louie Dec 10The highest price
of hoc was exceeded at the National
took yards today when a buyer gave
886 a hundred pounds for some fine
specimens Nothing approaching this
price hag been known in open market
here since 1898
KILLED BY MISTAKE
Cynthlan Ky Dec 10MIstaking
him for a ntghtrfde Nich jaa Montz
i shnt unu kiI lcl his nrfghlr Eva Coy
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THE TOP 0 TH WORLD
George H Murray is In the city In
the interest of the big fantastical mu
sical comedy The Top o th World
which was the vogue at the Casino
and Majestic theatres New York and
Studebaker theatre Chicago all last
season The date here Is Friday and
Saturday December 17 and 18 with
special matinee Saturday Mr Murray
has represented the most important at
tractions ever produced in America in
cluding Mme Bernhardt Florodora
The Silver Slipper The Babes in
the Woods The Belle of Mayfair
The Red Mill etc The Top o th
World is making its first transconti
nental tour The company is appear
ing for the second time at the Broad
way theatre Denver It will arrive
here Friday morning December 17 by
special train over the Oregon Short
Line
ORPHEUM THEATRE
With tonights bill the entertaining
program that has been given all week at
the Orpheum will have Its last presenta
tion Beginning tomorrow night a new
bill with a number of Orpheum favor
ites will go into effect
MISSION THEATRE
The Mission is fast winning a horn
with popularpriced vaudeville Two more
large houses greeted the third night of
Imperial vaudeville last evening and man
ifested their approval by their applause
Of the many acts on the bill May Nan
nary seems to be making the biggest hit
although the Katabanxal troupe and
Fagan Bryon run close seconds There
will be a matinee today at 230 and In
dications are that a full house will be in
attendance
COLONIAL THEATRE
The final curtain will be lowered on the
local engagement of Commencement
Days at the Colonial tonight The week
has seen excellent audiences at that pop
ular playhouse and the passing of
Commencement Days will be received
with regret by those theatregoers who
have not witnessed the production this
week Frederick V Bowers and his a
soujate players have established tfoll
selves firmly la the hearts of local pij
goers and a return engagement would 11 i
be amiss
HUMAN HEARTS
W E Nankevllles famous play II 1
man Hearts will be presented at t >
Colonial for one week starting tomorru v
night
HARRY LAUDER
Tnder the auspices of the taberiae
choir Harry Lauder will appar at t i
tabernacle on the afternoon and ee
ing of January 6 In S och dialect a
songs The western tour u If the grs
Scotch comedian will be ptflonally cu >
ducted liv William Morn tie aul
vlllc iragnaie wilt has likd l Laid f
for a io 1g tour > fi Alor i will bl
Salt LaKe at the amp f i Vr Ls d
appears < heie lLic 1 i LJc i first
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