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AE TWO THE PIOCHK RECORD. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911. SiEiVlH? Gives Some M People Many Oney Happy Hours By r. EVAN JONES. Chicago I OME days ago I read a SI a town or small city who so that he had now about $5,000. His object in saving wt to build a home for himself and his- family. During these yours of self-denial the lot on which he intended te build had gone up in value from $600 to $1,000 and the house that he and his wife had planned to build for $5,000 would now oost $8,000. Because of this the teacher or professor aked if it is worth while to economize and aave money. Certainly it is. The teacher's or professor's own statements ue a onvincing proof of it. The amount ha now has as a result of his sav ing is so much money, whatever its buying capacity may be, or whether property or building materials have gone up or down. And when a per son has $5,000 he can, with his experience in saving and investing, very eaaily in a few years get another $5,000. One ef our great financiers said not very long ago that it was hard est to save the first $1,000. It seems that the good teacher or professor was discouraged because he could not for $5,000 build the houae which he and his wife had planned for so many years. But, according to his own statement, the planning of that house ypaa the mainspring of the saving of that large amount he now his. And, besides, it has given them many happy hours. But any one can build a very fine and comfortable house, with every modern conven ience, for $5,000. An unaccountable number of us and myself for one would be more than glad if we had that amount with which to build a borne. Both in Chicago and elsewhere have I seen houses, and good looking nd comfortable they have been, that have not cost more thaa the amount A one. "From Under the The By A. W. MACY Asthorof "BkarUmt FMIoofcr" lota, A tle, but a good ending ia the whole thing. The human tongue ia the only instrument that does not wear out with constant use. Honesty may be the beat policy, but the man who adopts it as a pol icy will bear watching. What would the beasts think if one of their number should get drunk nd make a man of himself? Diamonds are ground in diamond dust; so must we be chastened in the grit of our own experience. Some people have no more sense of propriety than a caged rooster thai crows in front of a meat market. (Copyright, UU. by Joaeh B. Bewln.) Much Joy Found in Adopted Child By FIANCES J. SIHNEIOEK our friends told us we did not know when we were well e9 and that certain people that did net have trouble wert foolish to put their foot into it, and so forth. But when my baby put; her arms around my neck and says "mamma" I feel repaid for any trouble or worry she may be. My husband also loves her as though she were out own. Moreover, we have friends in Ohio that have adopted two little girls and I know that they would also advise any one te do likewise. Every Knock Boost for Better Things H. W. WINE3AP not necessarily follow v that every one must be overjoyed by tfeete demonstrations. Do unto others aa you would havt them do unto you, but don't twiddle your thumbs and believe you have no kick coming when the noise breeders try to rub it into you. The kicker, the crank and the generally discontented person havt been responsible fbr ninety-nine one-hundredtha of all the betterments in the living conditions ef the world, and history repeats itself daily. Hera'a to the knooktr ovary knock ia a boost for hatter conditio- letter from a teacher or a professor in asked if it is worth while to save the teacher says he has. But if one has that sum to start with he can eaaily borrow some more, even $3,000, if he believes he ought to have a home costing so much. Having his own home and the habit of saving, it ought to be comparatively easy to pay a loan on the house. Certainly it is worth while to aave money. The teacher's or professor's own letter is a conclusive and convincing proof of it. , framed-up excuse is sure to be a pool Heroes often come of unsuspected ma terial. Those who sneak aa they think should think before they speak. A self-satisfied man is merely a case ol arrested development. shining shield of virtue turns aside many a poisoned shaft. Experience often comes in wholesale but we always pay the retail price. good beginning may be half the bat Are adopted children ever a comfort ) Several years ago we laid our little daugh ter to rest and then eur little son also passed away. Qod only knows the pain ot parting and loneliness. Some xnenths ago we went to an orphan asylum and took a little girl not quite tw years old. Our home has changed sine then. The cntld has crept into our heart? and leaves no room for sadness. Trouble? Yes, ef course; but she h ten times more pleasure than trouble. When we contemplated taking a babv Many people of many minds go to build this busy world. The writer ia acquainted with many excellent people who have the average amount of brotherly love, who could scarcely be called spiteful or narrow, who are as free from rancor and spleen a anyone (none of us is perfect), and yet they are intensely annoyed by the manv unnecessary noises made by their thought less neighbors. Because a person admires the howling of a worthless cur or the crowing of that 3:00 a. ro. nuisance, the rooster, it does News Story of a Week A COMPLETE HISTORY OF WHAT HAS BEEN HAPPENING THROUGHOVT THE WORLD INTERMOUNTAIN The "drys" made substantial gains as a result of the election held in Utah on Tuesday. Returns from the cities and towns of the state show that 87 cities and towns will be without sa loons while twenty-three will have licensed saloons. The number of "wet" towns in the state has been reduced. By a vote of over five to one, the taxpayers of Helena, Mont., have au thorized the Issuance of M00 000 five per cent water bonds, the money to be used in the purchase of the plant of the Helena Waterworks company, be tween which and the city there has been unrelenting warfare waged for the past fifteen years. The merger of the Union Pacific with the Southern Pacific is legal, and the government's petition to enjoin the Union Pacific from continuing in Its control of the Southern Pacific was dismissed In the federal court at Salt Lake City on Saturday, The govern ment will app.1 to the United States supreme court. Patrick Ryan and Patrick Brown, miners, were burned to death when the Free Coinage house, a boarding house in Leadville, Colo., occupied largely by miners, was burned. Two men named Petis and Ellis are also believed to have died In the tire. The Stanley hotel, at Estes Park. Colo,, built at a cost of $500,000, was partially wrecked Sunday by an ex plosion of gas. Eight persons were injured one seriously. His partner, Ab Murdock, dead at the hands of Deputy Sheriff Scroggs of Evanston, Wyoming, who shot him at a ranch near Theodore, Utah, when he refused to surrender, Bob Meeks, an alleged notorious sheep and horse thief who has boasiea that he will never be taken alive, is fleeing before an armed posse in the moun tains, and a battle to the death is momentarily expected. DOMESTIC MiHs Harriet Qulmby and Miss Blanche Scott made flights in a mono plane at Garden City, L. I., on Tues day. They are the first women avia tors in this country to fly a mono plane. Mrs. Laura P. Alsop's contest of the will of K. J. ("Lucky") Baldwin, alleging that he was her father and asking a daughter's share of his $11, 000,000 estate, has been dismissed by Judge Rives of the superior court at Los Angeles. Dr. Weston H. Rice of Oakland, Cal., local surgeon for the Southern Pa cific, was killed and F. J. Wells, re- ceivlng teller of the Central National lt . . bank, was probably fatally injured when the automobile in which Ric-e and Wells were riding collided with a Key route train. Charged with hanging her thirteen-year-old daughter from the rafters ot the garret at the family home in one of the Grldley colonies, Mrs. Emma Rumball, eged 30, is lodged in the county jail at Orovlllei, Cal., with Ar thur Lewis, aged 25, etep-uncle of the dead girl. The couple Is accused of hanging the child to gain possession of an estate left by her father. An explosion on the oil barge Gum ble, In the harbor at Port Arthur, Texas, caused the death of one man and the destruction by lire of prop erty valued at about $200,000. Overseer Wilbur Glen Voliva and 189 other officers and members of the Christian Catholic church were in- dieted at ZIon City Monday, charged with prepetrating election frauds at Zion Cltv elections April 5 and T8, Involving In part control of the church founded by the late Alexander Dowle. Joserh Naco was put to death In the electric ha!r in Auburn. N. Y.. prison on Monday tor the murder on January 16, 1909. of Anna Cnndlana, with whom he had been living for come time. Collector of Customs Loeb has be gun an investigation through which he hopes to learn what complicity. If any, certain custom men had in the smuggling of the jewels of Mrs. Helen D. Jenkins through the port of New York in the spring of 1909. In the light of official reports that the crops of China are now being har vetsed and the people are no longer Btarvlng, the Red Cross has announced that no further contributions are need ed for the Chinese famine relief fund. "The secret of the destruction of the battleship Maine will never be known,' said General W. H. Blxby, chief of engineers in charge of the work of raising the Maine on his ar rival at Tampa from Havana. Maximum speed of 21.637 knots. .887 greater than the contract require-" ment, was attained by the new United States battleship Utah, the latest ad dition to the nation's dr 'adnaughts, during her standardization trials over the official course at Rockland, Me. The United States exports almost three times as many boots, and shoes to Argentina alone as we import from the entire werld. Emperor William of Germany and President Taft on Monday exchanged messages growing out of the visit of the American squadron to Kiel. Two persons are dead and perhaps 100 others are ill from ptomaine poi soning caused, it is said, from eat ing head cheese which has been sold to many Santa Barbara, Cal. families. The 300 union machinists employed by the Smith-Premier, Smith Broth ers, and Monarch Typewriter com panies at Syracuse, N. Y., struck Tuesday when their employers re fused to grant a nine-hour day. Rain to the amount of 2.40 inches fell at Norfolk, Neb., accompanied by a tremendous wind, which wrecked a pickle factory and demolished nearly all the race track stables. Charged with drowning Mula and Myrtle Gos wick, 11 and 12 years old. In Salt river, twenty-four miles from Globe, Ariz., Kingley Olds, a pros pector, forty-six years of age, mining partner of the father of the two girls, was lodged in the county Jail with his lower jaw shot away, in an ineffectual attempt, it is believed, to commit sui cide after killing the two girls. WASHINGTON The answer of the British govern ment to the American arbitration pro posal has been received and It is now almost certain that President Taft will be able to submit an arbitration treaty for the approval of the senate before the close of the present session of congress. The famous Cunningham Alaskan coal lan.i claims, through which it has been alleged the Morgan-Guggenheim syndicate had planned to extend their vast interests in Alaska and to con trol one of the most valuable coal fields in the world, httve been formally disallowed by the department of the Interior, The Canadian reciprocity bill emerg ed from its first ordeal in the senate Monday night unscathed. The Root amendment, proposing a modification of the wood pulp and paper section of the agreement was defeated 'after seven hours of debate by an over whelming vote. After holding up for several months the nomination of Guy D. Goff as dis trict attorney for the eastern district ot Wisconsin, the senate (Judiciary committee has decided, 8 to 4, to re port it favorably. The delay was due to Senator La Follette's objection that he had not been consulted. Speaker Champ Clark Issued a "defl" to the administration, on learn ing of reports that President Taft pur posed to veto any general tariff legis lation at the extra session ot con gress. The speaker, In a formal state ment, declared that the whole tariff ought to be revised, and that the Dem ocratic party would rest its case with the country. FOREIGN The new census gives the common wealth of Australia, consisting of New South WaJes, Victoria, Queens land, South Australia, West Austra lia and Tasmania a population of 4,449,495. The. American yacht Bibelot owned by Harry Payne Whitney of the Neiw York Yacht club and R. W. Emmons of the Eastern Yacht club, on Tues day, at Kiel, won the fourth of the ,. ...i series ui luq iiuemauiuin ii sonder class yachts. The Canadian Pacific railway's Im perial limited was in a collision head on with a work train at Bears Paw, Alberta, Canada, fifteen mils west of i Calgary, and nine people were seri ously Injured. Six aviators on Monday began the Hanover-to-Muenster stage of the German aviation circuit contest. Only two of these have made all the sche duled flights since leaving Johannls thal, the starting point, just outside Berlin. 1 Falk Bey Konitza, representative in the United States of -.he Albanian rev olutionary party,' says conditions in the Turkish empire, so far from beins improved under the new regime, are , ' T I'resiaeni r-aiueres of France has asked Joseph Calliaux, finance minis- ! ter ln Jhe Monia m!n'8try hat 'et,rea y. to iprir. a new cu...e.. 1 J- Pierpont Morgan on Monday pre i "enled Emperor William with the au tograpn tit er written by Ma.tiu Lu 1 "er to Emperor Charles V and for whlih the American lately paid $25.- 000. His majesty was immensely pleased and. forthwith. conferred the grand cross of the Order of the Red Eagle on Mr, Morgan. One hundred and eighty-five shlps- or-war, representing eighteen nations, paid homage to King George and his consort. Queen Mary, at Splthead on Saturday. It was' the greatest naval display in the world's history. In this the greatest international war fleet ever assembled, the Delaware, the United States dreadnaught, stood out as the biggest warship afloat. 'A factory at Trosberg. Bavaria, for recovering nitrogen from the atmo sphere was destroyed by a terrific ex plosion originating from some un known cause In a reservoir containing supplies. So far as known, three lives were lost and six other persons were dangerously injured. Five hundred women, many of them belonging to the leading families of the state and the City of Mexico, have petitioned the president for the right to vote at the coming elections. Mexican troopB are scattered in all directions for ma,ny miles from Ti juana, Lower California, hunting down rebels who escaped the slaughter on June 22. A cyclone accompanied by rain and a high temperature struck Iquique Chile, on Friday. One hundred load ed lighters were sunk in the harboi and ships were stripped of their masts. TRAIN ROBBERY IN OREGON j Three Masked Men Stop Train on . Southern Pacific and Rifle the Registered Mail. Eugene, Oregon. For the second time ln the last fortnight, a Southern Pacific train has been held up in Douglas county and a small car rifled. Wednesday night, as northbound Dassencer train No. 18 was pulling out West Fork, threat robbers brought the train to a halt. They ran the en gine and express baggage and mall cars four miles up the track, where, after rifling the registered mall and attempting to blow up the safe in the express car, they left the cars "and made their escape. It Is impossible to ascertain how much the robbers secured. SENATOR WARREN MARRIES. Wedding Quietly Celebrated Owing te Recent Death in Bride's Family. New York. Senator Francis E, Warren of Wyoming and Miss Clara Le Baron Morgan, daughter of Mrs. FRANCIS E. WARREN. United States Senator from Wyoming. Sands Morgan of New London, Conn, had a very pretty wedding Wednes day afternoon at the Hotel Goshen though owing to a recent death, in the bride's family the number of guests was limited. Foreign Capital Safe in Mexico. Mexico City. No move calculated to antagonize foreign capital will be taken by the provisional government of Mexico, if the counsel of the more conservative men close to the Madero regime prevails. "I wish you would say to the foreign world," said Presi dent De la Barra, Wednesday night that as long as I am at the head ol the government it will be friendly to wards foreign investors. ' The coun try needs capital for development and this administration will welcome ltas did the former." Morris Guilty of Murder. , Salt Lake City. Death by hanging or shooting, according to his choice, Is the penalty that J. J. Morris must pay for taking the life of J. W. Ax- tell on the evening of May 9, while making a desperate attempt to es cape after he and his partner, John Murray, had held up and robbed the Uncle Sam loan office. It is under stood Morris will choose hanging, de claring it will cost the state more than to be executed by shooting, and that it will give employment to a car penter in erecting a scaffold. Accept Reapportionment Plan. Washington. The senate commit tee on census on Wednesday agreed to report the congressional reappor tionment bill without amending it providing for 433 representatives not withstanding possibly all the comm't tee members had expressed them Belves as opposed to the increased representation. The bill provides foi forty-two representatives over the present number, and was framed so as to prevent a decrease of the mem bership from any Btate. Admits Killing Police Captain. Butte, Mont A man giving the name of Harry A. Terry. claiming to be the slayer of Police Captain John Sullivan of Spokane, January 5, 1911 haB surrendered himself to Pol'ce Chief Jerry Murphy, acting upon the advice of a lawyer whom he had seen Terry's story is such as to impress the Butte officers that he is the un known assassin of the Spokane of ficer. ' MTTrdered by Moros. Manila. Four Americans have been murdered by Moros in Mindanao, one of the largest of the Philippine isl ands. Prospectors named Oyler- and Vexesbose8 were murdered near Cam Overton. A plantation owner named McGill was klled by robbers at Pan tar, while Private Michaelis of th Twenty-first infantry was killed at Pa rang. He was stabbed seven times while In sight of his comrades. ' Charged With Murder. Chicago Vincenzo Nardi, a special policeman, and Mrs, Antoinette Dies cotlno were arrested Wednesday in connection with the death of Nardi's wife in a fire which destroyed Nardi's home. Barracks Will Not Be Abandoned. Washington. Senator Borah was on Wednesday assured by General Leo nard Wood, chief of staff, that Boise barracks will not be abandoned, ow ing to its stragetic postion but will be continued as a cavalry post. THE UTAH BUDGET It la believed that $1,500,000 ia a eonservative estimate of the value of t full fruit crops in Utah county, i Sixty-four carloads of cattle were (hipped from Modena during the past week, aggregating close to 2,000 head A postoffioe has been established tt Winn, Emery county,, which wilt serve patrons formerly served at the Boneta office. Eva Davis will be postmistress. A hobo drinking festival in the railroad yards at Brigham City came to a sudden atop when one of the party of four died suddenly from an overdose of alcohol. Paul Katlch and Nick Rikozitch, Austrians, became Involved in an al tercation at Bingham and Katlch. stabbed Rikozitch with a knife, Infl.ct Ing a dangerous wound in the right side. While running a plow on street work at Park City, James Archibald was in some manner thrown under the plow, sustaining painful bruises, al though his injuries are not regarded aa -serious. Utah will ship 200 cars more fruit this year than in 1910. This Ja due to the increased acreage that will come into bearing, which will much more than offset the loss from the Bprng frost. Fred TJ. Baggs and Ross Morrison were convicted on white slavery"' charges at Salt Lake City. The men were convicted of abducting a Salt Lake girl from her home and placing her in an immoral resort. Two hundred Chicago physicians. who arrived in Salt Lake Satur day en , route to the annual conven tion to be held in Los Angeles,, were informally entertained by a number of Salt Lake physicians during their stay in the city. Following an illness of several weeks from chronic liver trouble, John Condron, sixty-two years of ag proprietor of the Cullen hotel. Salt Lake, died Saturday. Mr. Condron was one of the best known hotel men in the west The Wonderite Clay Manufacturing company is being organized to manu facture various products from the highly kaolinided rhyolite, locally known as "wonderite," which was dis covered in close proximity to .Modena several years ago. A number of Murray citizens, back ed by the Murray Commercial club, are planning to form a company for the purpose of promoting the build ing a big hothouse, where it is in tended flowers shaJl be grown to sup ply the Salt Lake market The KayBvllle city council has de-- elded that the ordinance against th sale or explodipg of any kind of Are- ! 1 . 1 I JI S J v ui A3 win ut? rigiuiy emurcuu iiwns- after, and the dealers have been notified to that effect, thus insuring a quiet and peaceable Fourth of July. In an effort to prevent the rapid spread of psach tree fungus through out Weber county, the horticultural inspector has issued a warning to all peach growers stating that the fun gus is developing so rapidly on the peaches that it is deemed necessary to spray at once. The elghteen-months'-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson of Richfield, died after a two days' ill ness, brought on by Its having drunk, lye. The lye can was sitting on the top of an old cellar and the child managed to get hold of It without the mother's knowledge. According to the county fruit tree inspector, the peach fungus has made its appearance In the orchards of Box Elder county. While the disease is confined to one or twcMocalities now, it does not take long for it to spread, and the inspector advises orchardists to fight the fungus right now. After experimenting for nearly three months for., exterminating the alfalfa leaf weevil ln Utah, A. H. Klrkland of the bureau of entomology, United States department of agricul ture, has come to the conclusion that burning is about the most effective means of getting rid of the pest Owing to the completion of irriga tion projects by the government rec lamation service and by private cor porations, new responsibilities have been laid upon the weather bureau. The observers must now take accur ate snow measurements for the ben efit of the users of Irrigation water. From the fact that Moab'a neighbor, Monticello, Is preparing a big celebra tion on Independence day, the festivi ties at Moab will be confined to sporte tor the youngsters and a program for the older folks. The field sports wil! be postponed until Pioneer day, when a monster celebration will be held. There are more than BOO delin quent poll tax payers In Ogden at the present tlnw, many of whom are unemployed men who would willing ly work out their taxes, but who have not the money with which. to settle ln cash according to the law. Hugh Atherly, aged 13, ot Provo, was shot ln the back of the head by a boy companion, but not seriously injured. Young Atherly wounded a bird and ran to get it, when his companion picked up the gun and fired at the bird. The charge struck Atherly. "Camping . In tie. .Rockies," a new booklet just issued by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad company. Is full of valuable suggestions and hints to persons intending to spend their sum mer vacation in the mountains. The hov i, renlete with Illustrations.