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THE SALT IjAKB TRIB'Ol'TE: "WiJDITESDAX MOUNTS", JlXNE 1,1904j ,
CU: S ?Ribij:n:e branch office, j
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ji TWO ESCAPED CONVICTS
SAFE IN JAIL AGAIN
i Special to The Tribune.
! I W OGDEN, May SI. Word was received
' Q ' J here this afternoon that Moore and
WSn i Kane, the convicts who escaped from
SSEU ij , the county Jail last Sunday, had been
I captured near Cache Junction.
lip- j i The ofHccrs iet at once to bring the
C5Iir ') fugitives back. The flrst message said
and 1 '"that the men had been surrounded In
II the brush near Cache Junction by Sher
We iff Josc-phson and his deputies and
rVft' asked for assistance from Ogden. Be
to rj putv Sheriffs Sebring and Shaw were
preparing to leave for the scene In an
automobile, when another message came
"Sgm that Moore and Kane had been cap-
lured by Sheriff Josephpon and his etll
t iji cient corps of deputies and that the
J "ffi Sheriff was on his way to Ogden with
They arrived here on the 5:55 Oregon
m Short Line train and the men were
SI taken to the county jail and placed In
.ill solitary confinement. The jailers will
H l take pains to see that they do not get
I Joseph McManus Is visiting In the
city from Pocatello.
m Dr Al S. Condon left today for a. visit
i-vwJ to his old home in Maine. y
! vfl County Fruit Tree Inspector Wilson
i A i' reported to the County Commissioners
M 4 that thy sprajing machine recently pur
Ill chased, was a failure. He also roport-
ed that he found the duties of the officer
entirely too voluminous for one man
2 and asked for help. The matter waa
1 taken under advisement.
a I Three petitions asking the appoint-
jS: ft ment of John M. Grow as fish and game
If warden and one asking for the reap-
jS It ! pointment of Sylvester V. Grow, the
I ! present Incumbent, were read and filed
i I for future reference.
. ii j,
II Marriage licensee were issued today
I to Edward Couch, aged 30. of Butte, and
,pl 1 ' Anna Huth. aced 25, of Boise; and to
"9J I ' Gettys F. McMachln, aged 34, and Cla-al-
I rlssa Folkman, aged 25, both of Ogden.
" The Board of Equalization, in the
Z" R matter of opening Canal hired, is In
aid 1; session and will be for the next five
s.'' 1 days, to hear complaints on the assess-
' 1 1 I mcnts.
LIj 1 Olive Lowney, the white girl who was
md 1 ' arrested come time ago for occupying
tedtl thc i,a,lie room with a Chinaman, was
1 arrested again .his morning in com-
II pany with a negro. She was ordered
, ',11: out of town.
Jll John c- Keating of Cheyenne. Wyo.,
mm t lias been appointed baggage master at
SI the Union depot in Ogden. This an-
HTi . nounccmcnt was made today. Mr.
.SB' ? Keating will succeed H. A, Code, who
'WA i recently resigned the place. The new
)1 h agent comes to Ogden with an excel-
1 f lent reputation. He has been for sev-
J : eral years baggage agent at Cheyenne
and has many frienda in Ogden.
vlry JI. S. "Werthelmer. a traveling salen-
1 man from New York City, was robbed
q, 1 I this morning as he stepped from an in-
L coming train. His pockets were picked
B of ?60 In cash and a valuable scarfpln
"41 v l wns alE0 lakcn- & dextrously was the
2STfj act done t,ial nc" not mlES tMO Vftlu-
' Ull 1 ablcs for some lime. Mr. "Werthelmer
Wf, ! represents the firm of Wanamakcr &
L i Brown of Philadelphia and says It Is
gjBf the smoothest case of robbery he has
m ever seen.
The lady who was hurt by a baseball
M at the Utah Hot Springs Monday was
M Mrs. J. M. Doran. The eye Is badly
. damaged, but the sisht will be pre-
J I At the C,ty t-'ouncil tonight the ordi-
AJ ' nance to bond the city for 555,000 for
"ttj , the construction of sewers in district
m No. 0 was passed.on third reading. The
M recommendation of the street commit-
, tee for an asphalt pavement on "Wall
aSH avenue was adopted. The city engi-
pSflJ neer reported S95S6.G7 as owed to Con-
"'-HW tractor O'Neill for curbing and gutter-
XM ' lug in districts 1, 3. -1 and 5. The mat-
M ter went to the finance committee, Ap-
H . propria Lions for street improvements
fl' were made as follows: $125 for Second
,fl i street. $200 for Canyon boulevard. $500
"H for South Washington avenue and S200
' for Twenty-second street. The trading
' stamp ordinance was passed on final
JB reading. A notice of intention to curb
wfl f and gutter Marllson avenue, known as
9H . district No. G. was ordered published.
ie The recorded was instructed to send
jt , Gray before your
I. ! " time? Some hair
j Rexall Cl 9 3" Hair
Tonic is a hair-fer-atu4S
tilizer, a Stimulant,
a Color Restorer,
but not a Dye.
AN ENTIRELY NEW GROWTH
' " My hair vas getting very thin.
Every morning I would comb out great
handfuls of it. Nothing that I used
stopped its falling out or helped it until,
I by the advice of a friend, I tried Rexall
"93" Hair Tonic. From the very be
ginning the tonic was beneficial. Not
only ha3 it stopped my hair from falling;
but it has produced an entirely new
growth. My hair is now ooft and glossy,
where before it was harsh, brittle and
dull. I ahall recommend Rexall " 93 "
Hair Tonic to all my friendB.
MILDRED SEELEY, 148 EaBt 37th
Street, New York City."
Price. 50c. Sold exclmively at our itore
" SMITH DRUG CO.,
DRUEHL & FRANKBN,
BrHists. Salt Lake.
a letter of declination to the members
of the Logan Council, informing it of
the inability of the Ogden solons to at
tend the festivities to be held in that
It is said that the most Interesting
fcaure of the whole meeting occurred
in the Mayor's ofllce, Just before the
regular session. It Is said that the
Mayor would like to have the street
paved In front of his residence on
Twenty-fourth street, but the Council
did not take kindly to the proposition.
It seems that there was a sort' of un
derstanding among the members that
no paving should be done above Jeffer
son avenue until after the business dis
trict had been disposed of. It Is said
the arguments over the proposition
grew somewhat heated, but the result
of the conference wao a decision against
ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP AT
PAYS0N SATURDAY NIGHT
Special to The Trllnuic.
PAYSON. May 31. An attempt at a
hold-up was made here Saturday night
about VI o'cloek on Brig West, manager
of the Gem Saloon company. As it hap
pened, he had company with him. The
hold-up was concealed behind a large
tree at the corner of Mr, "West's resi
dence lot and upon arriving there the
man stepped out in front of will Doudle
and West. The robber took fright at
seeing two men. Mr. West was just
returning home from business and had
?227 in his pockets.
Walter Hutte who has been filling a
mission in the northwestern States re
turned home Saturday evening.
Decoration Day was observed In a
most fitting and appropriate manner In
Payson yesterday. A large number of
people marched to the cemetery where
a good programme was rendered and
much decorating was done. The Silver
band attended and played a number of
selections around the graves of old sol
diers and also of old hand members who
have been called beyond. After the
decorating was concluded the cemetery
presented a very garden-like appear
anc and was a source of pleasure to all
who took fart jn making it look so well.
Prof. J. J. McClellan spent Memorial
Day in Payson with his wife and babies.
The marriage of Miss Miranda Schil
ler tot Amnion Nebekor, Jr., Is an
nounced to take place Tuesday evening,
June 14, at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Schuler. In this city.
The bride-to-be Is one of our most
popular and highly respecled young
ladles, while Mr. Nebeker Is also very
popular and is one of our successful
young sheepmen. The best wishes of
a large circle of friends Is extended
Mrs David Mamoril and babies arc
down from Mammoth visiting her pur-
enls, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. MeBeth.
A couple of Payson's young people
were married at Provo yesterday by
Elder II. S. Pyne and returned to Pay
son Tuesday morning. The young folks
were Truest Hauser and Miss Ethel
Maltinson. well known and respected in
Payson. They will be given a reception
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Mathewson tonight, to
which a large number of guests are in
vited. The young couple will make their
home In Payson.
THOMAS M'CALL MESBIT
TO BE BURIED AT EUREKA
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA. May 31. Tinllc Lodge No.
711, B. P. O. Elks, will have charge of
the funeral services over the remains
of Thomas McCall Nesblt who died at
Robinson May 29. The services will be
conducted from the Congregational
church in Robinson tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock and the Interment will lake
place at Lhe Eureka City cemetery.
Arthur M. Bowen, a former city at
torney of Eureka, is In town from
Blackfoot, Ida., where he Is now prac
ticing his profession.
Mrs. James P. Driscoll returned yes
terday from a month's sojourn in Cali
E. J. White will again tnke charge of
his blacksmlthing establishment at this
place on the first of June tomorrow.
Mr. White has been leasing the place
for the past few years.
Mrs. Dennis Sullivan and two young
est children are visiting Salt Lake
Most of the Eureka school teachers
have left for various places to remain
during the summer vacation. Miss
Thomas has gone to Ogden to visit for
a few weeks before taking up her du
ties as teacher In a summer school In
Wyoming. Miss Jennie Winner has
gone to Pay no n where she will visit rel
atives during the summer months. Miss
Annie Pike departed on Monday for her
home in St. George and Miss Ingoldsby
left on the same date for her home In
Battle Creek, Neb., where she will teach
Hchool during the coming term. Miss
Owens will spend her vacation In Ne
braska and Miss Gallagher expects to
leave In a couple of weeks upon a visit
with relatives in Iowa.
James J. Motherwell of Stockton was
over from that camp Sunday and Mon
day on business.
Mr3. N. A. Robertson left yesterday
afternoon for Fort Wayne. Ind., where
she will visit her husband's relatives.
Mr. Robertson accompanied her as far
as Salt I-ako.
Charles Houks. a former resident of
this place, wns up from Salem. Utah,
yesterday, the guest of City Council
man Herbert Hopes.
Demurrer Is Sustained.
PUEBLO, Colo., May 31, Judge
Palmer, in the District court loday,
sustained the demurrer of the Slate to
the pleas- in abatement filed by the
men, including several city ofilcialy, In
dicted by the grand jury, and the cases
will be tried on their merits, the dale
being set for next Monday.
Charles B. Mitchell of Cleveland. O..
ranks as one of the greatest platform
speakers of today. He gives his fa
mous lecture. "The Prize-Taker." In
the First M. E. church Thursday, June
S. Hear him.
j PARK CITY
0 TRIBUNE BUREAU. I
2i N. Main Street. Tclephono 75.
FINE SAMPLES OF ORE
FROM MORGAN COUNTY
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, May 31. General Man
ager W. H. West of tho Park City Mi
ning and Development company has
Just received some fine Looking samples
from the company's property In Mor
gan county. ' The rock Is a combination
of black oxide of copper and bromide
of silver. The copper predominates and
shows up In large quantities. Assays
made show it goes 25 per cent. This
promising stuff was opened in a ledge
after one hundred feet of tunneling,
and to all appearances will open Into
a large body of similar or better rock
as work progresses.
W. W. Armstrong Is In camp today.
Earl Glode and Fred Richmond, stu
dents of the B. Y. U. of Provo, will
spend their vacation here.
The Ogden baseball boys left' for home
this morning, rather despondent over
the- loss of the two games here. The
Junction City boys played good, earn
est ball, and are gentlemanly young
fellowB. DeSplte the fact that several
doubtful decisions were made in favor
of the local team, the Ogden boys made
no roar about 11. Park City goes to
Ogden next Sunday and a large crowd
of local enthusiasts will go down to the
Junction City to witness what will be
a battle for blood. The Parkites are
jubilant over the showing made by the
team and are confident It will keep the
lead it now holds.
Will Peters received a telegram from
Marysville, Kan., announcing that his
mother was dying at that place. No
cause for her serious condition, but, as
she is a vlctlrr of heart trouble, this
Is probably the nature of her Illness.
Mr. Peters will leave for his mother's
Mrs. C. P. Conlon and two children'
leave this week for Port Henry, N. Y.,
where they will make their future home.
Mr. Conlon follows In the fall. This
family has lived here more than seven
Col. Wil'iam Ferry and George R.
Hancock arrived In Park this morning.
Col. Ferry haa been In Michigan, vis
William Dooley and Horace Hobbs.
former residents of Park, have returned
after several months absence. They are
now connected with some mining prop
erly in Ploche. Nev . In which they hope
to interest Park capital.
Cosgrove's Concert and Ball orches
tra will appear in Maple hall tomorrow
night, assisted by Park City's military
W. S. Harrington of the Skelton Pub
lishing company of Provo Is in camp
getting material for a souvenir pro
gramme of Lhe Elks' reunion In Provo.
The thirteen U. of U. boys who are
going to make a six weeks' wtay in
Park and study some of the mines, ar
rived this morning and were taken to
the Little Bell lodging house, which has
been given them with full privileges by
Manager Bamberger. The boys were
under the leadership of Prof. R. E.
! LEHI ELECTRIC PLANT
TREBLED IN CAPACITY
Special tj The Tribune.
LEHI, Utah. May 31. The directors
of the Utah County Light and Power
company made an official visit to the
plant at the mouth of American Fork
canyon yesterday. They found the
plant in lino condition and supplying
the needs of the service In a satisfac
tory manner. The board decided after
making a thorough examination to
abandon or change a prior location,
whereby the company Intended to ex
tend further up the canyon the Intake
of the main pipe.
The president of the company was
Instructed to change the recent location
filed on so as to take the water out of
the creek at a point near the Hanging
Rock, from which point it will be con
veyed two miles down the canyon to a
short distance above the intake for the
present plant. At this point tho com
pany will have a fall of 5C9 feet and
will be able tQ generate upward of 2000
horse-power, or more than treble the
power of tho plant now In use. The
work will necessitate several tunnels,
but Is considered an ideal proposition.
Compared with the present system,
which in a distance of one and five
eighths miles a fall of 202 feet Is ob
tained, the new plant In a distance of
two miles will secure a fall of 5C9 feet.
President Evans said that he could to
day aecure a 10-year contract for 1000
horse-power, and has no doubt that his
company will be able to market the In
creased surplus when lis new plant Is
The hoard alEO visited the pumping
plant at the head of Jordan river,
where the pumps are supplied with
power from the American Fork plant.
The visitors found Lhe pumps consum
ing less than 400 horse-power and tak
ing from the lake's supply 600 second
feet of wntor.
Letters have been written to tho base
ball teams of American Fork, Provo,
Payson, Pleasant Grove, Spanish Fork
and Fairfield, asking them to consider
a proposition of Joining In with Lehi
and forming a county league. If their
answers are favorable, the managers of
these tcamc will meet nt an early date
and perfect the arrangements for a se
ries of games for the present summer.
As the merchants In the north end of
the county have agreed to reserve ev- j
ery Thursdny afternoon as a half holl
day It Is thought that the other towns
In "the county may do likewise and aj
county league be mnde a great sue- '
John Thurman, who this year gradu
ated from the normal department of
the U. of V., has accepted a position
as Instructor In the State school for the
deaf and blind at Ogden.
T. F. France leaves in the morning
for lhe St. Louis World's fair. He will
be gone for about two weeks.
George Austin, accompanied by his
daughters, Emma and Agnes, will leave
or the fair ahorllv. While absent iba.v
will visit Eastern points of Interest, In
cluding Chicago, where Mt. Austin is a
delegate to the National Republican
John C. Cutler was in Lchl yesterday
nnd, In company with the other Utah
County Light and Power company di
rectors, paid a visit to the power plant
In American Fork canyon.
Cornelius Ccdarslrom of Bingham
Junction, and James Cooper of Salt
Lake City are spending vacations In
Cashier John Y. Smith and O. C. Frill,
his assistant, are in Provo today on
In the Co-op burglary case It has de
veloped that there were two burglars
nnd both fitted themselves with an en
tire line of clothes, shoes, hats, etc.
THREE YOUNG WOMEN
INJURED IN RUNAWAY
Special to Tho Tribune.
HEBER CITY. May 31. There was
quite a serious accident here Sunday
night. Three girls and two young men
were out riding In a one-seated buggy
when the team suddenly beenme un
manageable. They were thrown out,
Injuring all three girls. Miss Pearl
Murdock was run over by one of the
wheels, injuring her Internally. Miss
Christy Carroll had her face badly
scratched and bruised. Miss Isabelle
Frankel of Park City had her arm
broken. Tho young men escaped un
hurt. a v
Editor Buys of the Wasatch Wave
is homo from his trip to the St. Louis
exposition. Ho was accompanied by
Decoration day was a very busy one
for the quiet town of Hebcr. At an
enrly hour citizens on foot and in bug
gies came from all directions loaded
with flowers to decorate the graves of
their loved ones.
There was a ball game In the after
noon and a dance at nighU
FOUR SHIPWRECKED MEN
SAVED BY RESCUE PARTY
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPRING VILLE, Utah. May 31.
Bruce Dallln. Jared Smith and Fred
Hausen of this place, after clinging to
their upturned boat In Utah lake for
twenty-seven hours, are safe and sound
When it seemed as If they couldn't
last much longer in their perilous posi
tion, the rescue party, consisting of
Dr. George L. Smart. John Dallln, Tho
mas Dallln and George Smoth of
Sprlngville. arrived on the scene. The
men are none the. worse for their ex
perience and will bo all right after a
few days' rest.
The three men went out In a small
boat Sunday afternoon to fish. A sud
den squall broke over them with such
fury that their craft turned turtle.
The three men managed to lay hold
of the boat, and then began a supreme
test of endurance.
They were missed Sunday night, but
darkness prevented a search, although
fires were lighted at conspicuous places
on the shore to encourage the men.
Early yesterday morning the search
ing party named above started out to
Geneva to see if they had put in there
Then the search of tho lake began,
and finally the men were found. Thev
suid that they had been In the water
for twenty-seven hours and would have
been unable to have kept up much
GRAVES OF SOLDIERS
Special tr The Tribune.
SPRINGVILLE. May 31.-Mcmorlal
day was fittingly celebrated hero yes
terday. Nearly all the business houses
closed for the dny. The exorcists were
conducted under the auspices of the
Sherman post G. A. R. of Provo.
The exerclsts consisted of a pro
gramme In the L. D, S. church, in which
a number of citizens took part. After
the close of this part of tho programme
the G. A. It. members, veterans of the
Black Hawk war and the Spanish
American war veterans marched to the
cemetery, where th'c services were con
cluded In a fitting manner.
Herbert HIddlemlst, a young man
who has been working with a bridge
gang on the R. G. W. railway, was
brought before Justice Jordan here to
day on charge of adultery, alleged to
have been committed with a" young
mnrrled woman of this city. He was
placed under $500 to appear In the Dis
trict court tomorrow to answer to the
charge. The young woman In question
gave birth to a child a few days ago.
The local lodge of the Modern Wood
men initiated two candidates last night.
Tho team from the Provo lodge con
ferred the degrees.
MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS
BY ATTY-GEN. BREEDEN
Special to Tho Tribune.
MANTI,, Utah, May 31. From early
yesterday morning the citizens of Manti
began wending their way towards the
silent city of the dead, laden with flor
al tributes to the memory of the de
parted loved ones. Mnntl cemetery bus
loner boon noted as one of the most
beautiful In Utah. Its location is ideal.
Nestling in a urove of pines, brought
years ago from the Wasatch range, It
Is overshadowed by the beautiful Manti
temple, whose towers rise majestically
some 300 feet above It to the east. The
nddltlon of a well designed park, Into
which the city water mains hnve been
extended, add to Its former benutj'.
Memorial exorcises began at 3:30
o'clock. The Temple City band. In Its
new uniforms, accompnnled company
F, N. G. U in its military salute over
the graves of the Union and Mexican
war veterans. After each sulute taps
were sounded by Bandmaster L. A.
A large, appreciative audience lis
tened attentively to a patriotic and elo
quent address delivered by Attorney
General M. A. Breeden, who Is himself
a Union war veteran from old Kentucky.
A Rare Treat.
One of the finest lectures given dur
ing the Methodist general conference
In Los Angeles was "The Prize-Taker,"
by Dr. Charles B. Mitchell. Hear It nt
the "rrirst M. E, church Thursduy, June
I We keep our ear pretty close H
to the ground.
jy "Want to know in what direc- I
J tion old Dame Fashion is trav-
! cling- before she arrives.
"Wo learn that she vas turn-
ing her attention to Browns and' I
Brown mixtures, M
So wo nro ready to show you I
J Atterbury Hand-Made Cloth-
ing-, made up in the newest 9
I shades of Browns.
They come in three-button 1
f doublc-breaeted and three and I
four-button single breasted S
blunt front styles. Ask to n
be shown that new single lapel H
1 on the double-breasted coat. S
1 Atterbury suits, ?20 to S30.
Other makes, S10 to S25. B
61, 63, 65 Main Street. , j
$50 IN GOLD
COIN AS PRIZES
J. Donnan Rcavis Decides to Offer
Over Half a Hundred Dollars to
1 Bright Boys and Girls.
Every lad and lassie under 15 years of
ago will bo Interested in this contest for
half a hundred dollars in good United
States gold coin.
This splendid prize has boon hung up
by Mr. J. Donnan RcavlB, originator of
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" of homo build
ing, to bo divided among tho bright boys
or girls, under 15 years, who make the
greatest number of English words from
lhe letters contained In tho famous ad
"WHOSE ROOF IS OVER YOUR.
The occasion of this generous offer on
the part of "THE REAVIS SYSTEM" Is
to promote interest, not only In the home
building business of the donors, but also
to draw attention to tho excursion and
picnic of THE REAL ESTATE DEAL
ERS' ASSOCIATION, which will bo held
at Saltalr Juno 29.
At this picnic, which promises to bo the
greatest ever held in Utah, the award of
tho prizes offered by "TILE REAVIS
SYSTEM" will be announced, and tho
prizes will bo given to the boys or girls
making tho throe largest lints of aepa
rato words. To the highest estimator
goes the first prize, 25; second largest.
fl5; third largest, 510 all In shining gold
If tho winners are present at Saltalr
cn tho day of the picnic the additional
sum of J5 will bo added to each prize, and
lhe money will be paid from tho music
stand of tho dancing pavilion. If, how
ever, tho winners arc not present, their
names will be announced Juno 30th In
1 ho newspapers, and the money will be
paid on demand at tho office of "THE
REAVIS SYSTEM." 32-31 Main street.
Three prominent clllzons WILLIAM
1GLEHEART. manager of tho Salt Iako
Herald; PERRY S. HEATH, publlshor
of The Salt Lake Tribune, and HORACE
G. WHITNEY, manager Desorot Evening
News will act as Judges, and absolute
fairness will govern tho awards.
The estimates, as received, will bo
dropped Into a scaled metal box, the keys
of which will be In tho hands of the
In order to give the Judges time to ln-.-pect
tho estimates so as to make an an
nouncement of the awards on the day
of tho Real Estato Dealers' picnic. Juno
28th, the contest will closo June 27th at
C, p. m., and no estimates after that time
will bo consWWcd.
As tho estimates are received tho tlmo
of arrival will bo stamped upon the en
velope, so as to deal out justlco to all
We have endeavored to plainly slato
tho conditions under which the prl7.es
will be given, but In order to Insure ab
solute fairness lo all of tho contestants.
It has been decided to append a fow sim
ple rules governing tno contest, manner
of awards, etc.
FIRST Any boy or Rlrl under 15 years
of ao is ellglblo to win the prise In this
SECOND The alphabetical letters in
the six words. "WHOSE ROOF IS OVER
YOUR HEAD?" may be used as often as
desired, tho only aim being to construct
the Rreatet number of words from tho
letters contained therein.
THIRD Plurals or possesslvcs will not
be considered new words.
FOURTH Synonyms will bo con3ldored
as new words.
FIFTH Christian names, names of
towns, scientific terms, Bible names and
mathematical terms will be counted.
SIXTH Each word must bo numbered j
consecutively, so as to simplify tho work
of tho Judues.
SEVENTH Use Ink or typewriter In
writing your estimate, and write only on
one side of tho paper. Ruled paper Is
EIGHTH In case of a tie for any of
tho prl7.es. the amount of tho prize will
bo divided equally among tho tlo esti
mators. NINTH Only one estimate can be made
In one name.
TENTH The words "WHOSE ROOF
IS OVER YOUR HEAD?" will not be
counted as new words.
ELEVENTH Seal your estimates In an
cnvelopo and mall It or deliver It In per
son addressed to
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM."
"WHOSE ROOF IS OVER YOUR
32-31 Main St "Tho Z. C. M. I.'s oppo
site." Salt Lake City. Utah.
TWELFTH Each contestant will fill
cut his or her estimate In the manner
stated below, and failure to do 30 will In
validate your claim to tho prize.
" : FORM OF ESTIMATE.
"Whose Roof la Ovor Your Head?"
The Reavls System, Ground Floor Se
curity Trust Building, 32-31 Main St. j
This Is tho final estimate of
Full nonio. Slate address plainly.
Simply copy this form In making your
For further Information 'phono 200.
Via 3. & R. G,, Sunday, June 5.
Fare J1.2S for the round trip. Leave
Salt Lake S a. m. Sulphur baths, hot
springs bathing, baseball and other
sporty, good hotel. Everybody Invited.
J 10c A DAY BUYS A- I
BUCK RANGE. 1-1
j Well, yesterday was a record-breaker and it ' 1
was only the beginning of the .greatest event in Salt I 'H
I Lake merchandising. It was the first day of the I 'k
j great Buck range sale. Remember that for $8.50 I
down and 10c a day we sell you a Buck steel range. I
Arrange to come in today about this. a
I FREED FURNITURE I
(& CARPET COMFY j
j 18 to 40 East, Third South Street, jj )H
1 GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS. 1 W
Cool, dressy, durable and I
Srji. inexpensive. 1 'H
Stm ur two-piece outing suits 1
JlPig for men bid fair to be more 'M
05 popular this season tban ever. 1
1 "Tis popularity well de- ' I I
' fi served ' 1 -H
I j II signed to better meet the re- I
M M quirements of hot weather I
S wear. 1
New creations are in blue serge and i
I light mixtures, in homespuns and cassimeres,
i With either single or double-breasted I
j style of coat. I
$5 to $20. H
jj Price. J. Pa GAili3 IEIIj Main St? i H
THE QUALITY STORE.
Salt Palace Theatre m
WILSON" & BUTCHER. Miiffrs.
TONIGHT S I
8"WHHT HAPPENED TO BROWNS -JH
.AND HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE. Jfc
BIG ACTS O
Curtain rises promptly at S:30 and 9:43. Two performances each cvcnlnp; adtnls
slon, 23c. H
RICHFIELD PAYS HER
TRIBUTE TO THE DEAD
Special to Tho Tribute.
RICHFIELD, May 31. Memorial Day
was appropriately observed In Rlch
lleld. All business places were closed
and the city wore a Sunday air. Pre
ceded by the Rlchlleld brass band, rilay- I
ln& a dirge, the procession, headed by
the CUy Council In one carriage,
marched to the eerneiery. There every
gravo was beautifully decorated.
Only four soldiers rest In Rlchileld'a
home of the dead. They are Judge L.
B Kinney, William Huff, Benjamin
Carter and James Hansen.
After the decoration the assembled
citizens gathered In the center of the
cemetery, where they were briefly ad
dressed by Col. John Meteer and Coun
ty Attorney Henry N. Hayes.
Two Monuments Unveiled.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RAWLINS, Wyo., May 31. Memorial
day wns marked In Rawlins by exer
cises appropriate to the day und the
funeral of one of the most highly re
spected women of the community, Mrs.
H. T. Smith.
The Women of Woodcraft unveiled
the monuments nt the graves of Mrs.
James Measuros and Mrs. Julia Kurtz.
The funeral of Mrs. H. T. Smith was .H
conducted from the Catholic church. IH
Two steel coal cars were derailed last
night by a rail turning over whilo the H
switch engine was pushing them. jH
Just at this time there is not a single JH
extra brakeman on the seventh dis-
trlct and the crews are having more 1
work than they care to do. jH
' Rummage Sale.
Basement of St. Mark's cathedral all jM
day Thursday, June 2. jH
Pitched Battle at Colliery. Ifl
PORTSMOUTH, O., May 31. Strik
ers and Virginia negroes Imported to
1111 the places fought a pitched battle jH
at Roger Brown company's plant at UH
Hanging Rock last night. Several nun- jH
dred shots were exchanged, but no one iH
was wounded, livery man In the town
lt armed with a rllle. jH
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