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L 2 THE hn HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 17 1909
BOON FOR VICTIMSi
OF TUBERCULOSIS i I
Presbyterian Synod of New
Mexico Has Provided a
Sanitarium
Albuquerque N M Dec M Itaamnag
the gnat number of people who are af
fiicted < vtth the dreaded disease of tu
berculous n the United States the ma
jority cu whom have little means the
insbyt IMM + Suod of Now Mexico ban
fFtabliHiiid a sanitorlum in this city for
the tJeaunnt of thlc disease
A committee was appointed by the
synod x hich Included Arizona in the fall
nf 19CT7 Tor the purpose of selecting the
ist place for the location of such an
Institution After visiting many sections
lu this part of the country Albuquerque
vas decided ipon as the best aU things
being considered especially the climate
Rev Hugh A Cooper pastor of the
Fitrt church Albuquerque and chairman
< > the board of trustees when speaking
i > f the sunitortum said
Our Presbyterian sanitorlum is found
fi largely on faith We believe It to be
n cause near to the heart of Christ and
that 01r appeal m its behalf will meet
tvith a r i spa ise from the people
This i tltutton + named the Southwest
fni Pr > byttrian sanitarium is siuated
uverloolin > the Rio Grande on the west
trul in lull view of the high mountains
the east It has been established over a
ir riiv and the reeults from its ea
tiilishn at have been most favorable
he < x fotation of thr church is that
lJn of r + any will see that here Is a work
greatly n Hd led and will give of their
in ans iu i < endorse it Many go to the
Kouthwt when told they have tubercu
lsts aii although they have not the
edquai means of support expect In a
short lime to be suiflciently restored to
t n a livelihood
They > lect cheap and poorly ventl
liitid + rooms Sometimes they secure tents
end l do their own cooking Under such
conditions there Is little chance of recov
iy and + i many of them become public
charge
This is I another reason why the Prs
bMerian have built the sanitorium
that those with inadequate means may
c me to the institution and reap Its bene
ttsThe
The i pin of this organization Is to make
ISP of in xpn ivp buildings the patients
l > oceiiv individual J tent cottages cost i
ing about tau each
Vo prm accrued to any Individual In
ti oif uitzation or outride The resident
physician and manager receive only a
i jest salary All the money that is re
t jed h i either used for the building of
n tent lottag ° or goes directly to the
fc If p of the t unfortunate consumptive who
Jacks ji > ans
The institntion with an endowment of
fiv 1000 van make a rail of J6 a week
Th to lo I patents while the lowest rate
z I a private sanitorium offering similar
KiivantaKs would be 325 a week a price
i yond the tvneh of the afflicted who are
In ordinary circumstances
The institution is managed by a board
fi i dimtors elected by the synod and
IMS aHu the endorsement of the general
iszvnibly of the church Its trustees are
i v High A Cooper chairman Albu
oj I ntrquK X M R H Collier secretary
< shier State Xatlonal bank Albuquerque
Judge 1 1 iihn K McFte Santa Pe Key F
Reid Phoenix Aria Dr W P Slpe
flagstaff I Ariz and Rev George Logie
li uglas Arizona
SETS TONGUES WAGGING
Wedding of Rear Admiral Swifts
Daughter Called Off
Boston Dec KL When Harry Duer
Stirr of Atlanta Ga who was to wed
Miss JfxKiine Gray Swift eldest daugh
rt of Far > Admiral Swift commandant
iif the fhitrlston I navy yard telephoned
iI adi ril from Pittsbur that he would
Iach IVion today he was informed that
tu wedding had been indefinitely post
poned
The sudden postponement of the wed
ti J us 1J hiih was to take place in the ball
IUJDI of tar commandants residence ati i
the nav yard Saturday and which was I
Iledull as one of the important social 1
r ents of the season came as a great
irprist to the friends and acquaintances
nf the ouple
The I iM + n for the postponement as
Mvn bv Har Admiral Swift is the Illness
his datisrhtir
S h + role ° d invitations which were Is
> i VIQ > r rr > MiH > rt hv Admiral Swift
Mrs Wmslows Soothing Syrup
has been used for YEARS by MILL I
CO MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TKBTHINO With PERFECT
SUCCESS Tt oTHEB the CHILE
fcOFTENS the GPS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and ta tke
b st remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold bv
iTugtfists In every part of the world ifa
cure and ask for Xra Winslow Sooth
lr c Syrup anu tak ne other kind
Twfrtyflye teats a bettte OUARAV
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT Juno 90 UHC SERIAL SPMiF
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GARDNER o DAILY STORE NEW i
Weather Forecast for Today Fair
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c SUGGESTIONS FOl HIM ff
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SUIT UNDERWEAR SHIRTS
OVERCOAT HANDKERCHIEFS CLOVES
LAIN COAT HOUSE COAT HOSIERY
BATH ROBE SUSPENDERS MUFFLER
MGHT ROBE UMHELLA TIESc
Only Six More Shopping Days I l
The crowds of holiday shop t
per are growing greater De r <
a
your shopping early in the fore r
noon if osble k s
Bargain in
Bath Robes and a
f Ilouse Coats p S
C r
The injections that the Gard
ner Store is making on thes
6 r rrunis are causing buyer to
ha n I to take adntage of he 1
C The demand of the
sex nit put
tw iidlcates that our en
tir tuek will be disposed of by = 1
sot Inter than Monday First
come fllt served I
f
411 Hath Robes go at 300 +
f5r bath Rubes go at S490 11
60 + House Coats go at 4M < a
or
75 t House Coats or Q
Bath Robes go at 1575 t
1060 House Coats or
Hath Robes go at 750 i
J1200 House Coats or y
Bath Robes go at Ib50 c
Buy Olftn for Men
at a 1Ieas jtere
a1 E 13113
PRtt JRGARDNEN
i EQUALITY STOSI i
WWw vr J rv 1
Ol
A Safety Razor <
Will Please Him
And also saTe his time and
money
yGillettes
Gillett from
5 Up
And a splendid varfaty of other
makes from 25c up
Come in and See
Them
Our Xmas Gift display ie i
greater ban ever before
The Pnre Drug
Dispensary
112114
South Main
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PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of itching blind bleed
Ing or protruding piles in 6 to 14 day
or money refunded 60c
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BOOTHS
GUARANTEED
OYSTERS I
Pail Meaarr Solid Meats
Always la new raui from the
shell to your table Booths Guarar
teed Oysters carry the tempting
aroma of the sea the flavor rf
newlycaught the purity of deep
water They are a delicate treat
for lovers of good things to eat
At ail firstclass dealers Jr
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BOOTH t
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FISHERIES CO
Vet d nllt I I
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I TIIERKS SAFKTY IN TRADING lUfiKH
Sh Would you like t a
know what he wants
Per Christmas
Come Into the tore any day and well
tell you Well just whisper it
Je know Just the brand he like sor if
we dont know well suggest something
we know will please him
We pay particular attention to fine old
liquors and winesthe > bottled in bond
style very finest Old Crow Bour
bon One Scotch wnMde Guaran
teed wines
CIGARS 2 i and SO in Special Xmas
boxes All the best brands Faso
cigarettes too
WillesHorne Drug Co
News Bulldiiifr Upp r Main
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Both Phones 374
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Its Confidence
That Counts
has been demonstrated again beyond
our most sanguine expectation by the
satisfaction displayed by the appreeiib
tion of purchaser during this gigantic
shoe sale of the
Robinson Bros Co
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Womens Overgaiters
All Colors
JERSEY LEGKHHS
7oraena 880 58c
Misaes 1 65
Childrens 4Be Values 75e to 100
They have become famous for fulfilling
filling their i promises in their advertis
ing Many customers have come and
bought then returned home and told
b
their neighbors of the great values we
are giving This accounts for the great
increase in our sales as tItle days > come I
ami I go
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Its up to you you who have not
availed yourselves of this the greatest
of opportunities ever offered in this
city
Dont Wait Till Too Late I
II I
We have many more bargains of II I I
fer you among tl > epi 11 a big butt irf
broken lines but all sixes while titer
last of boys shoes at l26valu
from 150 to 225
Dont let the boys go bwefdoted on
Christmas If you hat a boy If
your own think of some one elses boy
and make him happy and do yourself
proud
ROBINSON
BROSCO
124 Main Street
Its Confidence That Count I
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THREE MILLION OF
MATCHES A MINUTE
Average Number Used by the
Nations of the Civilized
World
By the end of the brief minute taken
to read these paragraphs the nations
of the civfflxed world will have struck
three million matches This is the av
erage for every minute of the twenty
four hours of the day Seven billion Is
the enormous number for the entire
year and those living under the Amer
ican flag are said to be responsible for
the consumption of onehalf of this
amount
The importance of the industry which
turns out the little splinters of wood
tipped with sulphur or some other ma
terial ignited by friction is only recog
nized when the average smoker tries
to contemplate His predicament If he
nail to go back to the time when he
had to coax a spark from a tinder box I
Of course the answer is he would
smoke a great deal less because of the I
difficulty in getting a light or else on i
the other hand smoke continuously in
order to keep alive the Are at the end
of his stogie or Havana pipe or cigar
ette as the case might be
Small and Insignificant as it is the
match demands as much attention in
the choice of the wood going into its
manufacture as any other forest prod
uct Only the choicest portions of the
best trees are suitable Sapwood knot
ty or crossgrained timber will not do
Instead of being a byproduct of other
articles of manufacture the little match
Is I turned out at hundreds of mills over
the country where the byproducts are
bulky objects like doors sash shingles
siding posts and cordwood The pines
linden aspen white cedar poplar
birch and willow are the most suitable
match timbers
The matchmakers the matrimo
nial kind are already finding that the
amount of choice Umber available is
dwindling Forest conservation If ap
plied to the holdings of the match com
panies like it is on Uncle Sams na
tional forests In the west will do much
to make the supply sufficient for a
longer numbs of years than would be
the case if the oldtime wasteful lum
bering methods of a few years ago
should continue The rapid increase in
stumpage prices Is one of the chief fac
tors In encouraging the wise use of the
forests where suitable match timber is
available
THE NAVAL G MMIITEE
Secretary Meyer Interrogated but
T ere Is Apparently No Hostility
to His Recommendations
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Washington Dec Secretary Meyer
was before the house naval committee
for extended Interrogation today THe
line of inquiry was entirely on the subject
of the secretardys recommendations for
the reorganisation of the navy depart
ment The two things which the secre
tary asked in the way of legislation were
the aboiltion of the bureau of equipment
and the shifting of various amounts in
appropriations from one bureau to an
other
The secretary explained in detail why
the bureau of equipment might well be
disposed of and its duties distributed
among other bureaus
The equipment bureau had been neces
sary he said in the days of wooden ships
with their great miscellaneous equipment
but not in the days of modern steel ships
Questions of members of the committee
indicated no manifest hostility to the
secretarys recommendation but great
interest was show in ascertaining his
opinion as to the probable outcome of the
departures which he is urging
The recommendation for building two
battleships and one repair ship was not
touched upon today but will be taken up i
Interrogation when Secretary Meyer again appears for I
HIS MAGIC FAILED TO I
OVERRULE ELEMENTS
Juneau Alaska Dec 16She Shen
Jim an Indian medicine man his wife
his mother two sons a daughter lnlaw
and a grandson were drowned yesterday
while trying to reach Juneau from their
home at Gambler Bay in a canoe The
sea was rough when the family started
tftrat efforts to dissuade the medicine man
were in vain for he insisted that his
magic could overrule the wind
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KING Of TERRORS
CONQUERS GRIM OlD
BElGIAN MONARCH
Continued from page one
the late Phillipe Count of Flanders
The new monarch was born on April
8 1875 and on October 2 1900 mar
ried Princess Elizabeth of Bavaria
They have three childrenPrince Leo
pold 8 years old Prince Charles 6
years old and Princess MarieJose 3
years old
Prince Albert Is one of the most
popular members of the reigning house
of Belgian His wife is equally popu
lar their home life being such as to
attract the love of the people Prince
Albert has traveled extensively and
Is a man of affairs In appearance he
U strikingly like the late king but
their dispositions and temperaments
have always been in contrast
Prince Albert Well Liked
Prince Albert has been a great stu
dent of politics and economics and
has frequently lectured on these sub
jects To broaden his grasp of the
affairs of the world he visited the
United States and other countries al
ways studying and always adding to
his store of knowledge and philosophy
There Is another side to the new
king which appeals to popular fancy
He dearly loves clean and healthy
sport He Is an accomplished horse
man enjoys motoring and has taken
a flight or two in a dirigible balloon
In his Intercourse with others he is most
gracious His frank goodnatured face
and
bespeaks Intelligence and invites confi
dence Democratic in his tastes and man
ners he is nevertheless a man of firm
decision and kingly dignity
World Against Leopold
While always conspicuous before the
public on account of the nature of his
private life particularly in recent years
King Leopold has latterly had mush of
the world against him on account of his
attitude towards the Congo Independent
state His great Interest lay in the de
velopment of that country for he was
practically the founder of It and was rul
ing sovereign The Congo Free State in
western Africa was recognised and de
fined by the conference of European pow
ers at Berlin tn 1885
It was the successor of the interna
tional African association established by
Leopold and organised by Stanley In
that year Leopold wa constituted as sov
ereign By will dated August 2 181 Leo
pold bequeathed to Belgium the right to
annex the Congo state after ten years
The conduct of the government of that
state resulted in a fierce dispute of world
wide dimensions and a demand that a
concert of European powers Interpose in
the Interest of humanity
Efforts at Reform in Congo
On November 15 1908 Belgium formally
assumed control of the state and since
then efforts at reform have been inau
gurated but not carried out in an en
tirely satisfactory manner
Criticisms against King Leopold in this
connection are said to have shattered the
buoyant spirits of the sovereign a1thou b
It Tits only in private that he gave ex
pression to these feelings He was proud
of the work that had been accomplished
in that territory and at Antwerp made
a remarkable speech m which he said
that the annexation of the Congo Inde
pendent State was the greatest satisTric
tlon of his life He declared that the
Congo would play a most Important part
in the expansion of Belgium It was be
cause w i his wholesouled Interest in the
development of Congo in connection with
he progress of Belgium that his own pro
pIe in a measure overlooked the atroci
ties that wera alleged against him
Shrewd and Able
King Leopold was looked upon as one of
the shrewdest and ablest men ttf the time
He was essentially a man of business
I cold reticent and calculating He was of
particularly independent spirit and more
than once is said to have told other sov
ereigns who attempted to ad vis > him in
connection with his private affairs to
mind their own business For this rea
son King Leopold had been estranged
from many courts of Europe I
Baroness Vaughan who is I said to have
been the kings morganatic wife occu
pies a chateau close to the pavilion where
Leopold died The baroness is the daugh
ter of parents of the name of Delacroix
who were cbncierges or Janitors first at
Liege and afterward in Paris Her mother
is dead and her father Is an inmate of
an asylum for the insane She Is the
mother of two children King Leopold
spent much time with the baroness and
gave his ministers much concern on this
account At one time there was talk of
his abdication but his subjects apparent
ly becama accustomed to his ways and
abdication became a thing of the past
King Leopolds recent illness dated from
about two WP KS ago when he was com
pelled to take to his bed suffering with I
rheumatism It was thought at the time
that he had a stroke of apoplexy for he
was paralyzed on one side and the paraly
sis seemingly spread over the entire body
His confinment brought about an intes
tinal obstruction for which an operation
was performed on Tuesday
Dead Kings I Friend Talks
One of the most powerful ma in Bel
gium who knew King Leopold better
than any one man is Senator Wner the
last kings trusted friend and > confiden
tial legal adviser He assisted Leopold
ip drawing up the Congo project and
probably will handle the disposition of
the kings fortune
Senator Winer welcomed the Associated
Press correspondent most cordially to
night H insisted
that Leopold was
greatly rlsunderstood by the world He
picturd the kings intense admiration for
the Unitfd States which Us majesty was
anxious to visit but was preventy by
the Congo criticism However the king
had prevailed on Prince Albert to go as
he considered this a most useful prep
aration for the future ruler of Belgium
The king had a marked respect for
Theodore Roosevelt He never liked pho
tographers but placed President Roose
velts autograph picture in his favorite
office In Brussels palace beside those of
Princess Clementine and Prince Albert
Continuing the senator said
Worked to the Last
The king was a slave to work and
business It is a fact that fifteen min
utes < before the operation he dIotated docu
ments relating to certain negotiations and
Insisted before going under choloroform
upin + loi ctn f l4 tip typewritten she ts
It vii liii I > iiir i iiiiri intellect and dig
gcli > vhi 1 ir iced the Congo re
ject Jlo cC < ljl y at first liui
emerged rich
The whul tnuhii in the Onngo n 1
It i 1 11 ins r W i uii wa tb4tt the = js
tern was badworse than the king
thought The eternal cry was Rubber
and yet more rubber and it must be
remembered that the military qpmmund
ers in the Congo had the double capacity
of soldier and merchant They had to
get rubber Nevertheless many stories
of abuses are ihsolutely untrue >
The senator championed Kjns Ieopoia
as the great benefactor of Belgium He
had developed cities and erected monu
ments and public buildings at his own
supported architecture and
expense Be
advanced the prosperity of the people
Leopolds Private Life
The senator did not care to say much
of the kings private life Perhaps ha
suggested the king had not been a good
father but his character in later life Is
explained by charactethat Iin youth he
had been held in check and ruled with
a rod of iron by the old king Stories
of the kings gallantries he added had
been absurdly exaggerated
Sentiment in Brussels has taken a new
turn and the people are heatedly occupied
with the question as to the position ° j
Baroness Vaughan in the royal household
as the result of a sensational article pub
lished in the Soil The was r charges
that Baroness Vaughan was constantly
at the bedside of the king even being
present when extreme unction was ad
ministered whereas the kings daughters
and his nephew were not admitted
Died in the Church
Before the king died the question was
put by the Soir to Mgr Cooreman the
venerable royal chaplain if the king had
married Baroness Vaughan according to
previsions of a religious ceremony adding
that Belgium was astonished and acan
da zed that the church should sanction
of the woman Aear the
the presence aeame
thehe
kings couch when the priest came on
his sacred mftsion
The chaplain intimated that the mar
riage took place and said that his con
science was clear about his visit so the
king The churchs cede of morals y he
addB was the same for the king as for
n nge
the people and ir conclusion he said
of the church the
from the standpoint
kings situation is regular
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Aviators in the World
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to luncheon in an airship Latham was
Hubert Latham the first man go to a
of given by the president of the committee
expected recently to be a member a party
mittee on aviation When the train arrived without the aviator it was supposed
he would not be present bur a few minutes afterwards an airship shear on
buQ In thirty min
the horizon It was Latham He had made the nineteenmile trip
utes
CAPT lOOSE SAID
TO HAVE CONfESSED
TO fALSEHOOD
Continued on Page Two
drawn up He did not appear and now
he has just 24 hours grace If he does
not sign tomorrow the substance of the
confession then will be printed from
notes and conversation oft which it is
based
Captain Osbon was not at liberty to
name the person who had obtained and
drafted the confession A shipowner
he designated him a former employe of
Loose and a man who has personal influ
ence with him
How did this man prevail on Loose to
confess t was asked
He told Loose straight out said the
captain that Loose was playing check
ers with his own nose
Captain Osbon dos not deny that Dr
Cook and Loose had business dealings
and that money passed between them
But he said
I know enough shipmates of the doctor
who went into the Antarctic with him to
br sure the doctor needed pobody to fab
ricate observations for him No doubt he
st problems for Loose by which to check
his own calculations
Copenhagen I Investigation
Copenhagen Dec 16 Although mem
bers of th committee investigating polar
records of Dr Frederick A Cook are
sworn to secrecy until a d cision has been
submitted to the university it Is under
stood the work is well advanced Meet
ings are held dally J
The method of procedure Indicates a i
most painstaking investigation Dr Cooks i
records and diaries are first read aloud
They are then submitted in sections to
m < > mbers of the committee each writing
a report
A general discussion will b ° held at the I
conclusion of the sitting and a common
report will be signed by the whole com
mittee and finally lInt to the university
It was reported today that the represi n
tative of the New York Times had re
ceived the sworn statements of Dunkle
and Loos but h denies this The com I
mittee has expressed willingness to in
vestigate tK statements if they arrive
Statement of Dunkle
George Dunkle made the following I
statement tonight
Yesterday Captain Loose showed me a
copy of n letter he had reetv > d Inviting
him to make a clear br ast of it I told
him that he ought to remember that be
had already made one affidavit and that
any contradiction of that affidavit over
his signature would make him out a Uar
in one Instance or the other
He told ni3 that he bad never made
any verbal confession and therefore of
course he did not intend to make a writ
ten one although he had been informed
that there wan 14000 on deposit that would
be turned over to him the minute he put
his signature to a confession
Dunkle gave the name of the man
whom he said had made this offer to
Captain Loose
CONSERVATION IS URGED
Acting Superintendent of Yosemite
National Park Asks Protection
Washington Dec Conservation of
all the timber lands lying within the
bounds of the Yosemite National park in I
California is urged by MaJ Forsythe act
ing superintendent of the park to his an
nual report to the secretary of the inte
rior The park contains approximately 1100
square miles and within Its boundaries
there are some 0600 acres covered by
timber and homestead claims upon which
Maj Forsythe saysthera are valuable
forests With a view to preventing the
further denudation of these privately held
lands he advocates their acquisition by
the government
He says these claims are becoming more
valuable each year and that some of the
finest sugar pine in California lies with
in the limits of the park along the line
of the road from Waona to ChlnbquapiiA
station
A lumber concern the major reports
is cutting timber within threequarters of
a mile of the southern boundary of the
park where the mountains are fast being
denuded of all timber Recommendations
ere made for extensive road Improvements
in the park and it is reported that prac
tically elf the bridges soon will have to
be replaced
BANKERS ARRAIGNED
AND PLEAD NOT GUILTY
Portland Ore Dec 1C Fleas of not
guilty Ware entered today In the state
circuit court by W H Moore president
Henry Moore director and E E Lyttle
director of the defunct Oregon Trust A
Savings bank of this city which failed in
August 1907 The bankers are under in
dictment in connection with the failure of
the institution According to their attor
neys they will demand separate trials

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