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I The Saif !Lake Trtoute? Monday Moram, may 9, 1904. g If I
a if WANTS SON
I ID SUCCEED II
fs Plan is favored
i by Penrose.
I '4 1
:'
I ! Who, With Republican Lead-
ers, Will Try to Land
4 , Young IVian. '
I
jf ' jTiny Kevatono Republicans Want to
H ar nior Senator's Toga, but
Tear to Oppose Quay.
If
PHILADELPHIA, May S Senator
I i D Mathew Stanley Quay desires
I i Uiat Ills son Richard succeed him
I ' as a member of the United States
I '.ejte, and Is working through his
i o tliat end"
?i His failing health and his declara
fy'tixot 1901 that he would not be a can
&FdI!te f0r re-election has developed
-, tevc-ral candidates for his toga, but
--r.ator Penrose has been able thus far
l5 prevent anything like a- scramble for
j-jl senator Penrose insists that his col
liMlarue will be a candidate for re-elec-
tier, but this is not generally believed.
I But the Insistence of Penrose. Dur
T ' tin) and others that Quay will be his
era successor deters the dozen or more
Iupirants for Senatorial honors from
' ircounclng their candidacy to avoid
' tie charge that they are competing
. rith the Beaver man, as they hope
I mutually to get his support and that
I i tf his friends. There seems to be some
) foundation for the report that Senator
I , Qnj Is not averee to the Jmpres
l '. fo being spread that he -will again be
I' i candidate, so as to make it easier for
( t!m to dictate his successor. It Is said
ihit he will nsk his friends to support
!tli ion, Richard R.. for Senator -when
i die legislature meets, and that he
1 ' thinks Jf the Held is kept clear of candl
1 dates until that time young Quay will
; fcive a better chance of winning thaji if
Br j iire were a dozen aspirants lighting
jrto (he- place.
' Will Appeal for His Son.
The Senator, it is said, will make a
i itrenj appeal to the county leaders
iMircujhout the State whom ho has
f fivorcd in the past for his son Rleh
j mi's election. It is believed that Sena
' tor Penrose Is aware of his colleague's
If- viihfs In the matter, and, as he at
ttktd his position as United States
Sftator through the friendship of the
BtiVEr statesman, he Is ready to return
lit favor Penrose would control the
Jwijr-flve legislators from this city in
ife'Titxr session. At least ho will bo
I'ermiited by the leaders here to lndl
tcate whom they shall support for
itFnlted States Senator.
1 If young Quay is a candidate for his
father's place, it is about certain that
Is will have the forty-five votes in the
'fcr.storlal caucus. Wlillo this is not
(tousli to elect, It is a big start, and
th candidate for United States Sena
tor with forty-five votes will Btand a
i jtTvod chance of winning, especially
!fiib Senator Quay back of him. There
I till b about 200 Republicans in the
I , Ml legislature. If they attend the
I ; racus, 101 will name the candidate.
- filth Philadelphia's forty-five members
3 taik of young Quay, h& would need
Kly flfty-Blx to make his nomination
i ; .tirtaln, and his election would follow,
! u It would require only 12S votes on
7 JcW ballot to gain for him his certifl--,
cat.
While "Dick" Quay lives In Alle-
Stnj, he could look for little as
i&anco from that county in a preliml-
'jij contest, as there aro several as-
llrants there who are closer to the polr
(fUciacs than he is. George T. Oliver,
f, Hinds L, Rohblns and Congressman
sotktU, all of Allegheny, are tentative
rfundidalts for United States Senator if
it Kflator Quay withdraws from the con
t JU They are not regarded as serlous-
ttln the race except so far as they can
, "iup the nineteen or twenty members
"om their own county.
;- With Young Quay Out of It.
h young Quay Is not elected it Is un
Knf i lhat lhc successor to his father
Ut .v Edected from the rural section
V 'ne Statft west of the Susquehanna,
IQiiaatiphla has a United States Scna
'LhIi t,le C0UI,ti' leaders will oppose
; S'iLn? olhcr United Stales Scnator-
'tip to Pittsburg.
rjSLnBremman JocPh C. Sibley of Ve
Rll. "0 doubt, attempt to rally
ivniuel.y eltn,cL bis support for
Jelled States Senator In the event of
?Huff?wCe- ('nBressman Ceorge F.
hi! ??c'8lermoreland will also, it Is
1 ht ? candIdflte of the countrynjen
I!d nrPuC0' , onfC86man M. E. Olm
Siaw aITlDburK dcs ot deem that
WKK . L coni,idratlons will rule
m. mout ot the race In the contest-
PRINCE ADALBERT'S
j MISSION TO ORIENT
E.N 1T5IX, lay S.-Pr!ncc Adalbert,
'tUBvWli 0t E,n"crr William of G'er
aj' 7 18 traveling on bosu-rl tho Gcr-
vSinT IIerlha' lefL 1,oro lhl" flflcr
lttspti Pckl"P- An audience between
J inLl h0 Empqror of China has
on thaW it0 T eutoln on the lsth
ff Hmha b0 w,u return on U0!U'd
T &dttt!h,wa! ,n K"ca lat week.
wh..rn i,hc',ntfp? nml nroccede.1 to
;f hrjtorca tC(1 U' Grmun at'-
m '
I 1 fi. "WhoPlnff Cough.
t Ufal? Eh Remed' wth thtt most
ISdT.Tr?Ulta 1 th,nk thlB 13 e
ifrrt h7 cver seei1 for wlp-
lii ifih ion. , remedy keeps the
IrBUcv V .uSCna thc severty and
l raL e C0UKhlng spells, and
Miul ' H a"y tendency toward pnou
Wlhta; b a leading drug-
From a photograph of Mr. Woodend. th e bankrupt New York broker, and his wife in their auto at Atlantic City.
'FIFTEEN CONVERTS TO .
IW0R.M0NISBI BAPTIZED
FALL RIVER, Mass., May si Hun
dreds of people assembled on the shores
of "Watuppa Pond to witness the
baptism of eight men and seven wo
men, who were candidates for member
ship in the Mormon church, which In
this city has a membership of nearly
two hundred.
Clad in their baptismal robes of black
and accompanied by the officiating
ministers, the Revs. Horatio Howlett
and Alexander Sinclair of this city, the
candidates walked into the water and
were immersed with the usual ceremony.
$4-2.50
St. Louis and Heturn,
From S3lt Lake via Oregon Short Lino
and Union Pacific. Tickets on sale
Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Sixty days' limtt. Ten days transit
limit In each direction. City ticket of
fice, 201 Main street. See other Short
Line advertisements In this issue.
Keep your eye on Castilla.
. Tor Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy, Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In every part of the world. Bo
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup.
FATHER SAVES SON BY
KICK ON COUGAR'S JAW
COTTAGE GROVE, Or., May 8.
A timely kick in the jaw changed the
intention of a famished cougar and
saved the life of a nine-year-old son of
J. E. Damewood, a rancher who lives
seventeen miles from here.
Damowood was accompanying his
sons to school on his way to Cottage
Grove, while on a narrow trail a slight
movement In the brush caused the
father to look back. He discovered a
cougar in the act of leaping onhls
youngest son, who had lagged. The
beast sprang, but thc father arrived by
his boy's side at tho same instant, and
a well-directed blow from a heavy boot
sent the cougar snarling and dis
comfited to thc brush.
FLAGS FOR FAIR
FROM LITTLE FINGERS
Creditable Work Done by Pupils in
Manual Training Classes of
Schools.
REAT credit is due Mrs. Alice Tom
llnson, instructor of sewing in the
public schools, and the pupils of
the grammar grades for the speci
mens of their work that are going to
be a part of Utah's exhibit in the
World's fair at St. Louis. They were
on show In Keith-O'Brien's window
yesterday and attracted much attention
and favorable comment.
Most noticeable of all was un unique
bedspread, which is Mrs. Tomllnson's
design and special idea. Though it
really is a bedspread, it looks only like
the national flag. In thc center are
the "Stars and Stripes," and the rest of
the space Is taken up by white strips
outlined In red, on each of which is
written in red the name of the State
corresponding to each sUir and stripe,
and the date of Its admission into the
Union. This special piece of work was
done by the pupils of the seventh grade.
That accomplished by the fifth grade
children Is also very attractive. The
whole exhibit shows the most careful
training and workmanship, and is Illus
trative of the soundness of thc methods
employed and of tho progress that has
been made since Mrs. Tomlinson first
took the work In charge, less than two
years ago. To accompany the speci
mens are two books gotten up to de
scribe thc methods and the plans of
work outlined for each class.
The real object of the authorities In
having this course taught was to incul
cate principles of tidiness In the girls.
The reports from every quarter are to
the effect that thc results are already
visible and that the object is being at
tained all the time. Not only has this
been done, but, as Is rhoun by the ex
hibit, the practical utility of this branch
of education is great.
It will be remembered that a gold
medal was awarded to Mrs. Tomlinson
at the State fair last year for tho sound
basis on which she Is placing the teach
ing and the high standard of her
methods.
Eanre tho fl KM You Hare Always Bought
msr
FEW EARS LISTEN
TO SCIENTIFIC LECTURE
Science is at a discount In Salt Lake
City If one Is to Judge from the attend
ance at tho first of a firlcs of four lec
tures by Dr. A. Brodbeck. president pro
tern of the Society for Ideal Culture, at
Unity hall yesterday afternoon Ills sub
ject was the "Origin and Destiny of tho
Human Race." In tho short time at his
command he gave a very comprehensive
review of tho conclusions reached by
modern science ns to tho evolutionary de
scent of mankind and the probable dura
tion of life on the earth Hardly a dozen
persons wero present to enjoy tho vast
fund of information condensed Into the
lecture, but those who did attend were
well repaid. It Is to be hoped that, on
next Sunday afternoon, when Dr. Brod
beck lectures on "Grecian and Hebrew
Tdeals," a larger number will avail them
selves of tho opportunity to profit by his
condensation of tho results of scientific research.
OFFICIAL CALL FOR,
REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
The Republican electors of Salt Lake
county, Utah, will meet in their respec
tive election districts on Monday, May
0. 1004, at 8 o'clock p. m.. for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the Repub
lican Third Judicial district convention,
which will bo held at Judge Morse'B
courtroom, city and county building,
Salt Lake City, Utah, on May 16, 1904.
Districts No. 1. 2. 3, -i. C, C, 7, S, 9. 10,
11, 12, 13. 16, IS. 20. 22, 27, 2S, 29, 32, 33, 39,
10, 41, 42, 43, 45. 47. 4S, 49, 51. 63, D4. 57,
60, 62. 72, 7S, are entitled to two dele
gates each.
Districts No. 14, 15. 17, 19, 21, 23, 24,
2n, 26, 30, 31. 34, 35, 37. 3S. 44, 46. 50, 52.
55. 56. 5S, 59. 61, 66, C7, 6S, 73, 75, 76, 77.
79, 80. SI. S2, 83, S4, S5, S6, S7, SS, 89 and
90, are entitled to one delegate each.
Districts No. 36 and 91 are consoli
dated and are entitled to one delegate
Districts No. 63, 61 and 65 are consol
idated and are entitled to one delegate.
Districts No. 69. 70 and 71 are consol
idated and are entitled to one delegate.
Districts No. 92 nnd 74 are consoli
dated and are entitled to one delegate.
It is earnestly recommended that tho
primaries be conducted In the following
manner: that the district chairman in
each district appoint three suitable Re
publicans to act as judges of the pri
mary, one to take down the names and
addresses of all persons voting; that
the voting be by ballot, and the prima
ries be held open at least one hour
(from 8 to 9 o'clock p. m.) All Repub
licans applying botween the above men
tioned hours who are entitled to vote
should be given thc opportunity.
By order of the Republican County
committee.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
Chairman.
H. H. Smith, secretary.
tan iirui i ii.n 1 ji , i i i - '-i i .1, 'i i in i i in hi iiiini.ninuni imn.i, ! 1 1 m in i in n i i i m i u i 1 i i rim 1 1 i n i inin' rwm,
BHtsr Against, Cards.
The "picture shows Rev. Cortland Myers and ills view of the prayers and end of thc society" game of cards. Mr.
Myers Is pastor of Brooklyn Baptist Temple. Ho says gambling is on the Increase and that progressive ciiehrc Is
thu first Ktup In tho downward path-leading to thc gutter and total degradation. Unable to "keep silent longer, hc
points out the inconsistency of parents -who. piny cames .of .chance. . ... ,
i Going East t 8
1 This Spring ?
i If you are, it will pay you to
p write me. I can probably save you
1 money. I have been in the passen- 1
ger business thirty years, all of it
j with the Burlington, and my ex- i
I perience and knowledge are en- S
i tirelv at your service. m
pj if$
pT-t.TI I T-H""- 11 1 "HaLnreCTaj " j(
$S rjlPP? Remembor the Burlington is tho W;
Bi STnrf UU nHnfri n'llndf only lino runnin its own trains over
Hfffil isHSu Bi-UnBllr- its own rails from NDenver to St. B$!
?M i&Msrgr :Louistho Exposition City.
1 lffwSl Tickot 0ific:' 79 w' 53:331 soath S1, 1
M ifeJJI4MSy R. F. NESLEN, Genernl Agent, W
I! Si SALT LAKE CITY. ffl
SPECIALS
Ladies' Kid Pat. Tip Military Heel
Blupher Oxford.
' $195 .
Ladies' Kid. Pat. Tip, Cuban Heel,
'Oxford.--
. $3.00 ;
Ladies' Kid. Stock Tip, LXV. heel,
light sple, Dress Shoe, No. 110. Ask
to see this.
$3 -So Foster.
Ladies' Walking and Dress Shoes.
"Nuf Sed."
The loore Shoe Co.
258 So. Main St.
SIGN OF
' THE Bid SHOE.
THE J1AN WHO
IS INSURED
Can calmly contemplate tho destruction
of his property by fire, and with tho samo
spirit of enterprise make his plans for re
building, when he hus entrusted us with
the jilaclng of his insurance and tho word
ing of Jils policy, knowing that his losses
will bo promptly paid.
Home Fire Ins. Co. of Utah
26 So. Main St.
'Phone 500.
of fmm I
Here. "Wo represent 20 diffcront 0
piano manufacturers. "Wo can Pa
sell you a piano for from Ej
$m T $S9 i
And givo terma that will make yB
the buying easy for you. j
Carstensen & Anson Co.
Templo of Music R
..74 MAIN STREET..
5 Formerly Dayncu Music Co. fj
mnunwYHi" iurr-'" iinmnin mil
THE HOME OF THE "HURRY UPS"
THE BftDEPE9IBEfiT
ALAN L. LOVEY, Mgr. 'Phone 806.
Tis tho " Comfort Lin "
FREE
ON THE POPULAR
HENDERSON
ROUTE
BETWEEN
ST. L0D1S
LOISILLE' -
THE EHST AND -
SOUTHEAST
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST, LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK? IT WOULD
PAT YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT?" IT WILL US.
HSK US HBOUT IT
W. a LINDSAY, General Agent
ff. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUTS, MO.
A Delightful Place to Visit, jj
g A Profitable Place to Live, 3
I ..SEE.. I
Iiffornia j
Grcatat Play Ground on Earth.
Famous Plocen Wbloh Everyone '
Wants to See. , , b
Invent In a Ticket to CALIFOR- 1
NIA and Secur Rloh Dividends in ,
m HEALTH. PLEASURE AND ;
l WEALTH. A
3 Mountain, Valley. Rivers, Lakes j
a and Ocean Reached by tho 'i
5 Southern Pacific
I Company's Lines j
For descriptive and Illustrative B
Iltoraturo call ai No. 201 Main
L Street. Salt Lako City. 3
D. R. GRAY, Ooneral Ayent.
SCT n k SAILING! U
mm NEW YORK
Londonderry, Glasgow,
r fe'iw York, Gibraltar, Naples.
I J Superior accommodation. Excellent Cui-
sine Comfort of pussouzcrs carefully
considered. Slnsrlc or Round Trip Tickets
between New York and Scotch, English,
Irish and nil principal Scandinavian end
Continents polnta at attractive rates. Send
for Book at Touro. Kor tickets or ccncral
Information apply to any local ocent of tho
Anchor Lino or
HENDERSON BROS., Gcn'l AgonlJ. 0HICAG0, ILL.
DENVER, COLO.. MAY G, SEALED
proposals In triplicate will be received hero
until 11 o'clock a. m. May 21, 1SKM, and
then opened, for constructing nt Fort
DuChcsno. Utah, 1 double moss room and
kitchen for two companies. 2 douichcd
lavatories for bniracke, anJ 1 guardhouse.
Including plumbing and heating. Infor
mation furnished on application to Q, M.,
Fort DuChcsno, or tho underalgncd. TJ. S.
reserves thc right to accept or reject any
or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing bids to bo marked "'Proposals
for building at Fort DuChesne," and ad
dressed LiouU-Col. J. W. POPE. C. Q. M.
It's the Salt
Lake Stamp
Pk That Hakes
mS Them.
ra$SeL 167 S' W' Temple
IftSraYSffial Salt Lako City.
3 J. W. OUBBIE, J
5 ASSAYER,
73 W. 3rd South. Salt Lake City
I Oe Cafe f
t 239 MAIN STREET. ?
. Has Opened. J
Open day and night Tel. 901-Y. S
X Tray Orders Solicited. 2
Nov. aa, 1903, li11!
ARRIVE. Ill
FR0mf PC(3". Portland,
cago. ht. x.ouia. oiaixa I
and Denver .... .... ' Rlon 11 1
From Ogden and lnttrmedl- J WM
ato points 9.10
From Ofdcn, Cacho Valloy. H lH
and Intermediate points n:55 m, ' i ''iH
From Ogden, Chicago, St. . , 'iliillH
Louis. Kansan City. Omo- . jll tiiH
ha, Denver and San Fran- 1 11 'H
cl3C0 4:05 p.m. ill
From Ogdcn, Cacho Valley. ' lM
St. Anthony. Portland and ll ,
San Francisco 6:55 pm J!(
DEPART. 'r
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago. If 'IH
Denver. Kansas City and M iiH
St. Louis G:0O a.m. ;j ! JH
For Ogden. Portland. St. An- 1 If '''H
thony, San Francisco and ML iiH
lntermedlato points 10:20 a.m. 'j1 'H
For Ogdon, Omaha, Chicago. 1
Denver, Kansas City. St. iH
Louis and San Franolsco.. 1:10 p.m. )
For Ogden, Cacho Valloy, 1 If ' ;H
Denver, Kansas City, Oma- , 1
ha, St Louis and Chicago. 5:45 p.m .H
For Ogden. Cache Valley, I
Butte, Helena, Portland, ' ( H
San Francisco and Interme- 1 J
diato points 11:45 p.m. It! 'J.H
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr. ) ,
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A. ' 1
D. a SPENCER. A. G. P. & T. A. j
City Ticket office. 01 Main atroot. It '
Tolopbono 2C0. h '
TIME xs, !;::
table. ' fcm i m
ban Pedro Loa An- VPW ' I ' '
Kpleo & Salt Loto XPU I
- DEPART. '
From Oregon Short Ltao deircV 6.524
brrpvo. Lohl. Fairfleld and ,
Nephi, Mp.ntI and polnta on IH
Banpoto Valley Ry 7:8Q-"Wfli . j
For Garfield Beaoh, Tooele, , ,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka, i k IH
and Silver City T48tOO-&.iicJ 1 IH
For Provo, American Fork. ,
Lehl, Juab, Mil ford, Frisco. ; ' I
Callontoa and Interna cdicto 1
Points 6K)Bh j;aa( 1
ARRTVE. '
From ProT3, Amsrlcati Fork, " 1 1
Lhi, Juab, Milford, Frisco. ' ! 1
Callontcs and lntormedlato , 1 1
points ...... &Jf&BuXB4 ' I )
From Provo. Lehl. Fatrnld,
Mercxir and Sanpete Valley 1 1 ', IH
Ry. points 5:35 pnJ ' j
From Silver City, Mammoth. kI
BurokA, Stockton, Tooele and '
and Garfield Beaoh 5:35 p.toj i '
toally. f'i
, Dally Pullman Buffet Slaaplng Car Bm
.Vlco between Salt Lake, Milford. Modeca i
&nd Collontcs. f 1
Direct st&go connections for an minima L '
Olstrlotn In southern Utah and Navado. y M
Imty Ticket Ofilca, 201 Slain Stxeot, 1 f,
Telephone 250. I r
B. W GILLETT. J. L. MOORE ' !
Gcn'l Pass. Agt. Commercial Agti 1 h
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINS '
TO ST. LOUIS. I i ttH
Through oar. Salt Lake City to BU ' IH
Louis and ZOuosas City. Only ono obonga ' 1 jH
to New York. Buffalo nnd principal points j , H
East low rates for summer travel. 1 ; H
Especial attention to ladles and chU- 1 ; IH
TourUt sleepers thzoL to Chicago,' I fH
)Boston and other potea yitiswt CJlmngo. r r
'Two trains daHf, 1 1 .. H
Inqulro at tic-vc wince. 103 Dooly blook. jH
Bait Lake City. Any Information cheeri H
fully given. H, a TOWNSBND, I f lH
Louis, Mo., I "H
llipfiI!AHDEV3sv0w
In eficot &3vvmx2 S, SOS. J r H
ZUL-Vm SALT LAKE CIXT.
o. -3?V)r Bingham, Hot; n j,
Provo and Mar y or ale. SOiKia, 1 1 H
No. ITC For Park City , 8:15 njm, ( fM
No. 6 For Dcnvor and Boot... 8:20 a.ro H
No. 5 For Ogdon and West.. ...10:50 a.nx! 1 I H
No. 1 For Ogdon and Woat.... I! p.m, 1 H
No, 2 For Denver and East...... 3:15 p.m, 1 1
No. S For Provo and Eurolczu.'.. 6:00 p.m. ! H
No. 0 For Ogdcn and loooi pta 6105 p.m, H
N0 4 For Denver and East. S:00 p.m, 1 H
No. For Ogdon and Weat 12O0 o,nt H
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CFT?, !l H
No. 0 From Ogdon and the East S:10 omw ' H
No. 13 From Ogdon and local pts 0:05 a.m, , H
No. V From Eureka, and Provo. .-10:00 a.ra, H
No. 5 From Denver and East.. J.0.--W rm, , H
No. 1 From Denver and East... 1:33 p.nu 1 1 1 H
No. 2 From Ogdon and West.... 8:05 p.m, m , H
No. 101 From Park City &:16 pru .H
No. 8 From Bingham, Hobor, MH
Provo and MaryevnJo 6:09 pn, H
No. i From Ogdon and tho Weat 7:56 p.my v' ( fM
No 3 From Denver and Boot.. ,11:59 p.m fM
All train or.copt No a 1 to 5 atop at lm H
tormcdlata potnto, H
Ticket office, Dooly Blook. H
'Phone 305. ! H
L A-. BENTONa G. P. D, !
Cheap Rates to ; " H
St. Louis ! H
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VIAi 1
3-TBAINS DAJLY"3 .','."
Wo can savo you money. Writo mo. 'j ''jljH
C. F. WARREN. General Agent. jr , jH
m Dooly Block. Salt Lako City. f
HOTEL KUTSFORD, !'l!H
New aui) Elegant In all its appointments, ' 'I'l
250 roomer uinglo or en culte. 61 rooms wltlr , ill
tati, G. 8. Holmes. Froprlotor. '

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