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THE HERALDREPUBLJCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY DEC 14 1909 1
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SALT lAKE ELKS I
ANNUAL EXCURSION
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Arrangements for Big Trip to
Los Angeles Are About
Completed
At a m etlng of the Los Angeles ex
curskii committee held at the Elks
club last night details for the annual
excursion were completed and an army
of the antlered herd will leave San
Lake Saturday night February 5 in
three special trains for the annual va
cation ju outhtrn California
Seeretajj Kayboukf has been to Los
Angels ui ranging the aide trips anu
his repon last l night showed tnat de
tails at the other end of the line were
arranged in perfect order The three
trains will leave here Saturday night
lebmary 3 ocr the Salt Lake route
and will arrive in San Bernadino Mon
day morning here a reception will
be held The visitors will be enabled
to inspect the town and then the train
will move on to KiversWe where then
will bt another reception
On Monday afternoon the Elks will
arrive at Los Angeles Tuesday
WediK day and Thursday there will be
side trips to the various points of In I
terest aim Friday the Elks will make
an attack upon Catalina
One of Vc most pleasant affairs ar I
ranged for thc coming excursion will 1
y be the slue trip to San Diego and to i i
Tia Juana Mexico At the Mexican i
city the Elks will see a bull fight
Yearly 100 Elks will branch away j
from the larger party Thursday night i
to go to Honolulu by way of San Fran I
cisco Arrangements have been com i
1kted flu this trip as well as all the
utheni and the Hawaiian trip will be I
one of the big features of the excursion
KeservEttons will be made aboard ship
through the local lodge of Elk
It is announced that excursion tick
ets to Los Angeles will be good for 30
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days while the Honolulu tickets will
extend M days going and coming
When the three big trains pull out of
J alt Lake next February it is ex
pected that the greatest crowd of Elks
and friends that ever left Salt Lake on
t n annual excuimon will fill the cars
AMERICAN FORK HAS I
NO SMAllPOX CASES
Through misconstruction of a phrase
in a letter written by an American
Fork physician to Dr T B Beatty
superintendent of the state board of
health the statement was made that
that hustling town was reeking with
smallpox The exact reverse is true
American Fork has aa little or less die
ease at the present time than any other
town Its Utah of its size and impor
tance and this is generally true of
American Fork It is regrettable that
the mistake should have been made
The poor old Tribune having nevel
sufficiently awakenea from its stupor
of forty years standing to know
there is a state board of health of
course seised upon the matter with
avidity In t Its Monday morning edition
This however did not deter its after
noon shadow from printing the story
as it had originally appeared some
days Bfo Of course knowing the
Tribune as it does the Telegram could
rut afford to follow its tip on anything I
REHEARSAlS POSTPONED
Salt Lake Choral Society Yields to
Rush of Christmas
Season
Owing to the rush of the Christmas
season and Ua4St tbat ga many
events will occur within the next few
I weeks to interfere with its work the
Salt lAke Cttbihtl BocUty will postpone
rehearsM mrtfl the ant Tuesday in
January This action te thought best
in order that the full membership may
be in attendance when the active re
hearsing begins on the Elijah which
is to be rendered early in February
In the meantime the work of prepar
ing the programs for the big Music
day festival will go on in order that
the full plans may be announced when
the chorus again takes up the work
after the new year Negotiations are
pending with prominent eastern vocal
ists and there is every evidence that
Utahs greatest and most successful
festival will be held The officers of the
Choral society are working enthusias
tically on the proposition and when the
active work begins in January a com
plete canvass of the town will be had
and the support of the entire commun
ity enlisted
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TfHE opening of a n w theatre sig
T I nifies much for the fortunate at
traftion nowadays as it means a
complete sellout of all tie seats at a
premium and the people pack the theatre I
with all available standing room and in
a town of any consequence it is good for
at least 12006 for the fortunate attrac
tion i
But with few exceptions theatres are i
dedicated before they are finished and
the accompanying photograph shows the
straits the male members of The Top
o th World company were obliged to
Jiidt rjo cail in August this year when I
they opened the new 200000 Armory thea
tre at Binghamton N Y As usual the
last thing that was attended to was the
dressing room and when the company
arrived they repaired to the theatre only
to find that portion of the house back
of the lights sadly behindhand
A hasty glance at the dressing rooms
showed only six were habitable and these
were allotted to the women but what to
do with the men was beginning to be a
serious problem when Fred Bailey sug
gested that they get a large covered ice
i wa < i n draw u up to th < stag door nd
dress then Tin idea was successfully
carried out as wires were run from the
theatre to the ice wagon which with
curtains at each end was pressed into
servic Fortunately the night was n a
hot and tint lunt worked to a charm but
it was amusyig to tee the actors all
ready for the stage walk out of the if t
wagon to the stage door and then play
their parts An exact reproiluctoiv of tll j t
photograph in oil now adorns th Iruui i
some lobby of the Armory theatre Bing
hamton N Y
As soon as you determine that
your buying and selling shall
be done to best possible advan
tage you come to be necessa
rily an advertiser and an an
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Hang a Gift for Him
that is practical Just
so much is a gift ap
preciated as it is of
value and service to
the recipient You
cant go wrong when
you enter our store
It is a Jiving direc
tory of useful Christ
mas gifts
You will be richer in
ideas and know how
to make your money
bring the best re
sults
Come and look
around anyway
Look through the
Subway
Mullett Clothing
Company
Half block West from Main
on Second South
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1j bus the very bet value In mens
house slippers made They come in
i variety of pretty colors and splendid
styles and if you want to make a gift
of the very nicest slipper produced
you cannot do better than to buy a
pair of these See revolving window
Display
Tours Shoely
I1IRSCIDUN SHOE PEOPLE
118 Smith Main
I Eyery Woma
li int re ted and boaid knot I
about the wonderful
Marvel Whirling Sprll
Douche
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Aik oar druggist for I
t If he C8ROt tapply I
tke MARVEL accept no I
otbiv but aced tfamp for mat I
tnted boot ealed It glTM fill
QwMnUn and directions iBralub
Ulwltes MARVEL CO 44 t 23d St New YeS
For sale by SchrammJohnson drug stores
and Van Dyke Drug Co Salt Lake City
1 STUPENDOUS
III BEYOND
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CONCEPTION
WERE THE OPENING DAYS AT
THE ROBINSON BROS SHOE
CO WHEN THE GIGANTIC
BARGAIN FEAST OF THE
WORLDS BEST SHOES COMMENCED
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MENCED
THE ROBINSON BROS COS
WELL KNOWN REPUTATION
FOR DOING EXACTLY AS
THEY PROMISE HAS AGAIN
BEEN DEMONSTRATED PEO
PLE CAME TO THIS SALE EX
PECTING BARGAINS AND
rilEY GOT BARGAINS SURE
ENOVGH
Spread the
Glorious News
NOTIFY ALL YOIR NEIGH
BORS AND FRIENDS THAT
WE HAVE PLACED OUR EN
TIRE AND MAGNIFICENT
STOCK OF SHOES ON SALE AT
PRICES NEVER BEFORE
HEARD OF IN THE STATE OF
UTAH
THIS IS A PREMIER EFFORT
IN VALUEGIVING WITHOUT
A COUNTERPART OR PARAL
LEL PRICES HAVE ABSO
LUTELY BEEN ANNIBCILA
TED DURING THE BALANCE
OF THIS SALE WE ARE DE
TERMINED TO PUT FORTH
SUCH GREAT VALUES THAT
IT WILL MAKE US FOREVER
AFTER MASTERS OF THE
SHOE BUSINESS IN SALT
LAKE CITY
EVER AGAIN IN ALL YOUR I
LIVES PERHAPS WILL YOU
HAVE SUCH A GOLDEN OP
PORTUNITY TO PURCHASE J
SUCH HIGH GRADE SHOES
AT SO TRIFLING A COST AT
T HIS RECORD BREAKING
HISTORYMAKING SALE WE
I HAVE TUMBLED THE HIGH
PRICES FROM THEIR PEDES
TAL AND PLACED THE
WORLDS BEST SHOES WITH
c IN THE REACH OF EVERY
MAN OMAN AND CHILD IN
THIS COUNTY IF THERE IS
ANYTHING ON EARTH YOU
NEED IT CERTAINLY IS
I SHOES AND YOU SURELY
CANNOT AFFORD TO LET
YOUR NEIGHBORS GET ALL
THESE GREAT SNAPS AND
THEN WISH YOU HAD SE
CURED SOME OF THEM AFT
ERWARD WHEN IT IS TOO
LATE
People of Salt Lake
City Take Notice
Only 5 More Days to
take advantage of this
merciless slaughter of
Fine Shoes Next Sat
urday Dec 18 is posi
tively the last day of
B B a et
this wonderful sale
Robinson Bros Co Jj
124 Main Street
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JENKINSON IS APPOINTED
Blind Chaplain Is Now Superintend
ent of Industrial Work
shop
W S Jenkinson who was the blind
chaplain of the last house of represen
tatives has been appointed superintend
ent of the industrial workshop for adult
blind recently created by the Utah
commission for adult blind This ac
tion taken at a meeting of the com
mission in the governors office yester
day practically completes the organisa
tion of the new school Miss Elsie
Pierath and Mrs Emma Riches with
the superintendent will Instruct the
adult blind in various industrial arts
The school which is in the tithing
house will be fitted with quarters for
those who come from other points in
the state to attend The expense will
be borne by the state There are now
five students and the prospects for a
helpful institution are bright
WOMEN PASSENGERS
IN THE STEERAGE
VilElY TREATED
Continued From Page One
found standing on the framework of a
lower berth to get anything from an up
per berth If a woman was dressing
st
they always stopped to watch hc and
frequently hit and handled her
One night the chief steerage steward
entered our compartments but not no
ticing me approached a Polish girl who
was apparently the only occupant She
spoke in Polish saying My head aches
Please go on and let me alone But he
continued and soon was Insulting her
The girl weakened by seasickness de
fended herself as beet she could but soon
was struggling to get out of the mans
arms Just then other passengers en
tered and he released her
The writer tells of repelling advances
on the part of the crew and stewards
with a hard unexpected blow in the of
fenders face She says
Revolting Practices
The manner in which the sailors stew I
ards firemen and others mingled with
the women passengers was thoroughly
revolting Their language and the topics
of their conversation were vile Their
comments about the women and made in
their presence were coarse
Concerning other conditions in the old
type of steerage which still exists on
many steamships agents of the commis
sion are just as severe In the introduc
tion to the report it is stated
The universal needs of space air food
sleep and privacy are recognized to the
degree now made compulsory by law Be
yond that the persons carried are looked
upon as so much freight with mere
transportation as their only due
Filthy Sleeping Quarters
The sleeping quarters are described as
being in many cases filthy inadequate
and all that is bad
Good conditions are described in con
nection with investigations of some steam
ships and it Is declared that competition
was the most forceful influence that led
to the development of the Improved type
of steerage
No woman with the smallest degree of
modesty and with no other conveni
ences than a washroom wed jointly with
men and a faucet of cold salt water
can Keep clean amidst such surroundings
for twelve days and more the report
says It was forbidden to bring water
for washing purposes into the sleeping
compartments nor was there anything in
which to bring it
Senator Dillingham chairman of the
Immigration commission Introduced in
the senate today two bills Intended to
I correct much of the evil by which the
complaint te made
RUNAWAY BOY CAUGHT
Attempt to Escape From the Uintah
Training School II
Because they have repeatedly run away
from the Uintah training school and I
broken the rules which govern the boys
at this institution Thomas Borden 14
years old and James Brooks colored
aged 15 were yesterday committed to
th state industrial school at Ogden bj
Judge Alexander McMaster of the Juve
nile court
The boys were caught early Monday
morning by Probation Officer Charles
Sperry while about to board a freight
train and leave Salt Lake They had
broken away from the training school
Saturday and spent Saturday and Sun
day nights in the press room of a morn
Ing paper to dodge the cold and the ju
venile court officers
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BREAKS INTO JAIL FOR I
A SEASON OF COMFORT
In keeping with boasts that he would
break into the county Jail and spend the
winter In peace and comfort Bred Llew
ellyn arrested for disturbing the peace
at Alta shortly alter tHe threat was
yesterday ordered to pay a tee irt 125
by Justice F M BIshpp LteweAlys told
the police that it was entirely out of the
question to raise f5 and asked that he
be committed to jail
Llewellyn attacked two Greeks Latliro
and David Penrod and started in on A
L Jacobson a more formidable ad < iar
at the boarding house of the Columbus
Consolidated With a sweep of his arm
Jacobson sent Llewellyn Into a heap of
snow Regardless of a severe pummelling I
lit li 1 toned intently when those in chaise i
M thc hoarding house telephoned for
l > it tIriff AI 1 Paui ch The latter
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found hut little difficulty in placing
Li e ila Lad r arrest
EXACT FACTS
ARE1AGKING i I
Continued From Page One
as a member of the Central American
court of Justice that Salvador and Gua
temala Intended to stir up war These
representations later were found by Sec
retary Root to be without foundation
A dispatch today from Dr Guerra
Nicaraguan representative of the revolu
tionists In Costa Rica to Senor Castrtllo
confirms President Belayaa intention to
make Madrid preside of Nicaragua
Dr Qlterttr < < declare toil Zelayas Inten
tions are for further motive of domina
tion
The attitude of the Mexican govern
ment In regard to Dr Madric is not
known
General Estrada says in his cablegram
today that the revolutionists are still
firm in their purpose to name him pres
ident of the republic ana that nothing
will swerve them from their object
Reign of Terror
San Salvador Salvador Dec I3The
I reign of terror continues at Managua
the capital of Nicaragua President Ze
lava is ruling with a hand of iron
Political offenders real and suspected
crowd the Jails The governments al
lowance for the food of these prisoners
Is absurdly small and as result many
are half starved The routine of their
prison existence Is broken by beatings
which the authorities order from time to
time for such of the prisoners as have
gained the displeasure of the ruling
power The men in chains number sev
eral hundred
Statement of Zelayas Consul
Berlin Dec 13J W Peln Nicara
guan consul general at Berlin today is
sued a statement to the public saying
The whole of Nicaragua has Judged
the treason of Kstrada and has declared
for President Zelaya Some of the revo
lutionary leaders have already left Es
tradas flag and sought safety abroad
The government troops will Quickly re
store order
That the United Stated should recog
nize the rebels as belligerents IK un
thinkable because the United States has
engaged by treaty with the Central
American states to refuse to recognise
any movement to attain power through
revolution
Dr Salvador Castrillo the Washing
ton agent of Estrada has indeed ex
pressed the desire for such recognition
but the idea is laughable The revolt is
now localised being limited to a few
places on the east coast
Marines Under Orders
New York Dec I3At the marine bar
racks in the navy yard here today they
were preparing 118 marines for their
start tomorroward forthe Philadelphia pre
sumably to board the transport Prairie
at the League Island navy yard and sail
for Nicaragua The withdrawal of these
men leaves but fifty marines in the bar
racks just enough for regulation guard
duty
Warships at Corlnto
Corinto Nicaragua Dee 13The Unit
ed States gunboat Yorktown and the
protected cruiser Albany arrived here
today from Magdalena bay
Wants His Boys Body
Harrisburg Pa Dec lJD K Can
non father of Leroy Cannon sort R let
ter to President Taft today asking him
to tree all his efforts to have the body of
oung Cannon who wc shot in Nicara
gua recovered and sent home for burial
Transferred His Property
Panama Dec Steamship passen
gers who have arrived from Nicaragua
n > port that Zelaya has transferred all his
property to foreigners
lIRA Y A MUST
ZELAYAMIISTFORFEIT
PAY FORFEIT I
Continued from page one I
without a peer and exhibits in one glow
nf associated harmony the pride of ev
ery model and the perfection of every
master
Infamous in Private Life
I haw been reliably informed that the
vices of his private life are more Infamous
in their indescribaHe details than the
iniquities of his public career Such a
creature as this deserves the execration
of mankind
Now iI i the i ilminatng infamy of his
adiirJstratsuu 1 i aiij mug upon every in j
h
stint of humanity in violation of uni
versal law in defiant of those precepts
of the International code that have been
recognised ever since the night Of bar
bartem receded before the rays of civiliza
tion he has put to torture and then to
death two American citizens who were
not guilty of treason who were not spies
bot whom he had captured as prisoners
of war in the army of the revolutionists
This act was not only the act of a
fiend but was a a Intuit to the honor of
this republic and cannot remain un
avenged
Indemnity Not Wanted
It is absolutely preposterous for us to
talk about indemnity Indemnity Is no
r comp nlJe for murder It is said we
ought to break off official communication
with his accredited reprtsentatlves we
have already done that and that amounts
to nothing and is a matter of absolute
unconcern to him
Then it ia said we ought to declare
war against Nicaragua I think that is
unn < v essary
This government is a cowardly government
nmient if it ones not make an example
of Playa before he eyes of the civilised
world This case will not admit of any
trifling or concessions If two American
itneiiB have been urderd by Zelaya
then ire must bj made to pay the penalty
f Im crime
On c spread before the American peo
ple the details of the execution and our
people will rise in arms and demand
rtutution They have not yet fully ab
E i bed the significance of this deed
Tyrant Must Be Punished
° It I Zelaya had the right to sentence
these men to death and execute them In
tiia blood then we must acknowledge
hat I right and recognize it before the
iionon of the world If he did not have
that right this government is Ids ac
< t scr and if he is guilty he must be
awarded the doom and fate that he de
serves so that eer > tyrant on this earth
in every nationality under the sun and
in every government large or small and
s t sally these dictators in several of
these Central American states who have
r ehtd every favor and consideration at
the hands < of the nited States to whom
has linn extended the official hospitality
1 our arT l and who in return therefor
I ae i xhibited to us at times the bitfer
t hated and visited upon our citizens
t 11 i n moM cruel indignities and outrages
I all be told once and forever that our
i i follows our citizens wherever they
c VIOl that when an assassination like
thIs ours the malefactor must take his
l jd 1 lae like any other culprit at the bar of
rilllllul l justice and must answer for the
d I Il 1 with his liberty or his life
TIP resolution which he offered was
nit a i declaration of war said Senator
Ha r He desired that his resolution be
considered a separate proposition from
am n lion that might be taken with ret
emn > to the state of government exist
ing i in Nicaragua

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