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f! 12 The Baltt Hake Tnmxnm! wIeixkespay MoRimrG.TranG 15, 1904. TP"
1 11 STATE HEALTH BOARD
; REPORT FOR MAY
vA. Bulletin for Last Month Show3 the
flj General Condition Through-
Lf out Utah.
' tF HE Utah Stato Board of Health has
j Issued tho following bulletin for
IP 1 Jj May, 3001:
, 1 Contagious and Infectious DIs-
i j rases Reported Rcnort of contusions and
?i . Infectious diseases to the Stnlo Board of
'I 81 Hoalth for the month of May received
m. from 75 locafhcalth officers In 20 counties,
p-iB ' CO of whom reported tholr communities
'IJm, free from all tho diseases required to bo
'jji I reported.
Localities. Cases. Deaths
Scarlet fever n -13
! M Smallpox 1J5 1"W J)
I V Diphtheria 8 21 fi
i J, Typhoid fever .10 W
, m Whooping conch ....27 21."i . 21
t: Moaelo3 S 0
!i.n ' Pneumonia 17 !" ...
JV Tuborculosl3 C 1" !
' Chlckonpox 2 I t
'' 1 Total 310 71
, ) Mortality Partial reports of mortality
Jj from 17 counties show a total of 170
lil dcath3 from all causes, classified by typo
IP as follows:
j General dlscascF. CI; nervous dlscasos,
i 7; circulatory diseases. 15; respiratory
j ' diseases, 7; dlgestlvo diseases, 10; gcnlto-
1 ' urinary diseases, -1; puerperal state, 3; lo-
comotory diseases. 1; malformations, 1;
J early Infancy, 12; old use. S; external
causes, 19; lll-dolncd. 5; total. 17C.
Jf Attention lb called to tho large number
J I of deaths from whooping coughc, which
'1 nhould bo a lesson to those who consider
whooping- cough a trivial dlseane.
i Health officers and registrars aro re-
' quested to state on the monthly postal re-
. port the number of deaths occurring In
their respective localities during the
i month reported, or report "No deaths."
K Do not leavo thlfl space blank.
Please bo careful to state correctly tho
age. dato of birth, date and. placo of
death nud place of burial in all cases.
I Tho law requires the medical certlllcate
I of death to be signed by the attending
physician, coroner or two citizens; do not
accept a certificate unless It Is so ccrtl-
llcd. You nro urged to read carefully and
' 1 he governed by the Instructions In tho
, lj pamphlets of the United' States census of-
J llco ent you somo time since, also pre-
'1 servo tho pamphlets for futuro rofcroncc.
, i Original death certificates should bo sent
J to the County Cleric not later than tho
i llrst of each month.
. ; Postal reports should be carefully mado
J out and Kmt in on the first of each month;
j state plainly tho number of cases of each
j dlseaso reported.
I I AUBREY L. WISKER
j TALKS OF MOAPA
Probably the first man to register at
j a city hotel from Moapa, Nev., Is Au-
11 brey L. Wiskcy, who, with his wife and
l( three children, is at the "Wilson for a
day or two. Mr. Wisker a one of the
men who followed the Salt Lake route
1 1 to the Muddy valley, and bought, -with
his partner, a 200-acre ranch In the
m heart of thnt country. His place is
M six miles from Moapa station, the pres:
, ; ont end of the track, and the region, is
j tho center of activity, as there two
steam shovels are at work, and some
L very heavy work Is to be done.
I "It Is a good conntry," said Mr.
i Wisker. "and it will be heard from In
yi 1 lue time. It was settled forty years
Rn ,j go by Utah people, but many new sat-
'i era have gone In owing to the advent
( ( the new road. As Moapa Is more
) ) ntrally located than Ploche. De La
i , ' Mar or other places, there If already a
(' movement on foot to secure the county-
seat of Lincoln county for the town,
, , which, though a small settlement as
yet, Is destined to become the busiest
little place In the country."
, Mr. "Wisker Is a mining engineer and
Y he is now going to the new Bull Rim
it mining! camp in Elko county to paw
! i the summer, leaving his partner at the
,! ranch. It is a fertile country along tho
1 Muddy and the climate Is nearly the
I j same as that of southern California.
Ij UTAH BOY WILL v
' i BE A CONTESTANT
Donald Beaureguard left for St. Louis
Inst evening, where he goes to represent
the University of Utah in the first na
. tional oratorical contest which takes
f) place on the 22nd of this month. Mr.
' Beaureguard was selected to represent
Utah at a local contest which was held
on June 2, and since that time he has
"been studiously at work studying the
seven subjects which have been as
I i signed for extemporaneous speeches.
, He feels confident and gives assurance
I to his friends that he will do his best
to represent Uta'h in the contest with
1 her sister State representatives.
I Contrary, to all previous plans, it has
been definitely decided that there will
, he no preliminary contests. The West-
ern contest was to have been at Law-
( i , rence, Kan., but the representatives
J from Oregon, Colorado and North Da-
h kota drew ont at the last moment, leav-
) ing only three remaining competitors.
I The Eastern managers experienced
, nearly the same predicament and it
i , was found advisable to dispense with
I the preliminaries entirely. Onlv thre
"Western universities will be represented
', in tho final contest, South Dakota, Utah
I j and Kansas. The winner of the con
test will be presented with a handsome
, gold trophy by the fair educational com
I" . $1,00 TELEPHONES
! . For Residences.
J '-20 outgoing calls per month. No'
charge for Incoming calls. 2c for ex-
U ,ccss calls.
(( ' $2.00 TELEPHONES
, 1 Tor Residences,
i Unlimited service.
TIOCKT MOUNTAIN BELL TELE-
1 PHONE CO.
' "Will Close Early;
l , Beginning with today tho music store
f Salt Lak will cloao each Wednesday
I afternoon at 1 o'clock until tho first of
' ; , 1$o Competition.
A The uniform success of Chambcr-
H j Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
J ( Remedy in the relief and cure ol bowel
f' , complaints, both In children and ruiults,
' has brought it into almost universal
us, bo that it Is practically without a
rival, and us everyone who has used
it knows, Is without aun q.uaU For
lpKANK T .TOXES!" . called tho
IH l,'cr' 3,1(1 tnc nmplrc came up to
B tho plate.
"Charged with disturbing tho
peace." said the clerk.
"I move that tho caso bo dlsmlaecd,"
said tho City Attorney.
"Safe!" said tho court.
And Jones made a home run.
Jane Steele came up to soo tho parade
As It passed through the town.
She took a. stick In her lemonade
And afterward fell down.
"If you would fo the octopus,
Tho snakes and ojephant,
'TIs cheaper and will ?:ivo a fuss
To ?oo thorn In tho tent."
'Twas thus thf court admonished her
Against the u?o of whin
And. though sho sworo no moro to err,
Flvo dollars was her fine.
"How long have yon been out?" was tho
LITTLE COLORED WAIF
ARRESTED FOR THEFT
"My parents are dead and I ain't got
no aunts nor nothing." said George
Hammond, a big-eyed little colored boy
in tattered garments who was tried be
fore Judge Diehl In chambers for tho
theft of ten bottles from the Elk sa
loon. "Did you steal the bottles?" asked
"Yes, I took them to get some money
to buy sumthln' to eat."
"Where do you come from?"
"I come from New York with the
"Do you belong to the circus?"
"No, I just travel with them. I know
a colored man in the band and he told
me I could come along. I took a notion
I wanted to see California, so I come."
"Don't they feed you?" asked the
Judge, who was becoming very much
interested in the story.
"They do while I am on the train,
but not after I get to town."
"Will you leave when the circus goes
if you get a chance?"
"Well. I will give you a chapce; but
you had better get your dinner In jail
before you leave."
The round little face lighted up like
a full moon, and George made no at
tempt to escape from the Jailer as the
latter took him down where the noodle
George Is 14 years of age, and says
that he sold newspapers and blacked
boots In New York before he took a
fancy for globe-trotting.
FLAG DAY OBSERVED
IN SALT LAKE CITY
"I didn't know thereiwcre so many flags
In Salt Lake," said a prominent business
man. looking at the decorations on the
street yesterday. Not only up and down
the length of the business section of Main
utrcct, but on evevy building all over the
town that boasted a flagstaff, and on a
great many that had no tlagstaff at all,
tho "Red, Whlto and Blue" tloated In the
breeze. At least It should have floated
there, but as there was very little breeze
thro was naturally very little floating In It.
But It was a lino display, and there was
a spirit behind It that spoke for far more
than a few strips of bunting.
The request of tho Mayor was moro
universally compiled with throughout tho
city than ever before, and many exercised
their Ingenuity In carrying out novel pjan3
of decoration. In ono of tho store win
dows a novel idea was seen In ihe shape
of a small Betny Ross finishing the first
specimen of "Old Glory." Many of tho
girls even went so far as to wear new
neckwear In the national colors.
Recital at Tabernacle.
Among those who enjoyed the regu
lar recital at the Tabernacle yesterday
afternoon were the teachers who are
attending the University summer school.
Prof. "William M. Stewart having in
vited them to attend In a body". As
usual, a fine programme wds rendered
by Mr. McClellan, the most telling num
ber being "The Tocntto" from the
"Sixth Symphony," by Widnor.
TO SUBSCRIBERS LEAVING
TOWN FOR THE SUMMER
Let The Tribune follow you. It win
be like a W.ier from home every day.
All you h5.e to do Is to notify the busi
ness office of your address by mall or
through telephone 360. Uncle Sam win
do the rest.
Recommitted to Asylum.
Job Reading was recommitted to tho
Stale mental hospital at Provo by Dis
trict Judge Hall yesterday. Tho man baa
been confined In tho asylum on three pre
vious ' occasions, his last release having
been granted about a month ago. He Is
said to bo Irresponsible and unless
watched dangerous to himself aa well as
to others. Doputy Sheriff Fred Butler
took Reading to Provo last evening.
"Win S50 in Gold Easily.
Boys npd girls under 15 should get
particulars from "Reavls System," 32
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louts and return $42.50
Chicago and return 47. CO
Chicago and return via St. Louis. 60.00
St- Louis and return via Chicago.. 50.00
Limit 60 days. Transit limit 10 days
in each direction.
Tickets on sale Tuesday and "Fridays
each week. Stop-overs allowed.
"IS 3uoqd3'ij; .ia.n iq3jl pun
pSTjrJJvo Joj aiqujs j9Aj s.XooajC
GORDON ACADEMY EXERCISES.
Both largo and representative was the
party that assembled at Hammond Hall
last night on tho occasion of the twenly
slxth commencement exercises of Gordon
ncadfcmy. Only ono pupil graduated this
time. Miss Lena E. Broaddus.
Tho commencement address was deliv
ered by the Rev. Elinor I. Goshen: who
gave a most impressive speoch. The mu
sical pi"ogramrne way. choice and well
fxrformod. the academy choruses show
ng good training and preparation. After
the nrogrammo an elaborate reception en
sued at which many of the prominent
peoplo of Salt Lake worn present. A se
lect orchestra performed another pro
grarnmo of music and, fcfrcshmenta vrcro
qnofltlon addressed by the court to James
"Too wakes, yet 'Annor."
"So long! And where hav you been
Improving tho shining hours7"
"Ol'vo been wor-rkln' .down around tho
"And what havo you been doing?"
Seeing that thcro was no help for It,
"Clanc-ln saloon's, yor 'Anner."
"Thirty daye," said tho court.
Miss Gladys felt very much hurt
When they charged her with stealing a
But.afler they let 'cr
Go fre who felt better;
Indeed, she felt tolerable pert.
Ell 1m Price was on trial for u?lng a
peck measure that did not meet with tho
approval of the Sealer of Weight and
Measures. The evidence was taken and
the. cues continued for argument until
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Tho de
fenso Is former Jeopaydy.
BY FLOTO'S CIRCUS
Is the circus losing Its charmw for
t lie average Sail Lake citizen? Have
even young Americans become so blase
that they can withstand the temptations
of the sawdust arena, with Its mimicry
of royal pageantry, its funny clowns and
its lofty tumblers?
Otto FJoto's shows closed Its engage
ment In the city yesterday with after
noon and night performances, neither
of which attracted the crowds which
the circumstances would warrant. At
the matinee the tent was scarcely more
than half filled, and even at night there
was no great Jam at the ticket wagon.
And it was the fault of neither the show
nor the weather. The weather was of
the best possible circus variety and the
'hov vas,all that could be desired. It
presented a clean, up-to-date perform
ance, with a number of new and really
creditable features. Its trained Arabian
horses are probably the best In their
line ever seen here; tho great number of
cute popies, funny dogs and other ani
mals are better than the average, and
the acrobatic features, espccialy the
Japanese performers, are excellent. The
performances deserved a better attend
ance, and it Is quite likely that tho
great number of counter attractions
now on In the city form the only rea
son for the apparent decadence of in
terest In the great American amuse
GROWERS FIND THIS A
GOOD YEAR FOR WOOL
"It's the worst wool season we have
ever had," declare the buyers from the
"It's the very best for us," say the
This is quite a wide diversity of opin
ion, but It is exactly the idea of the
two extremes, the buyer and the seller.
The reason for this is found In the
fact that not for years past have the
buyers had to offor such a high rate
for Idaho. Utah and Wyoming fleeces,
and ihe growers are correspondingly
happy. As a result, there is at present
no wool to buy, the States having been
practically cleaned of this Important
product of the country- Only a short
time ago one man sold his clip at icy.
cents a pound, and when it is considl
ered that he got only 10 cents a few
years ago, the increase is worth considerable.
Every Itching disease of the skin
quickly cured by
Never falling remedy for Itching
At any drug store.
FIRST EXCURSION NORTH
Saturday, June 11,
Via Oregon Short Line. One fare for
the round trip to Principal Northern
"Uto.ii ar.d Idano points.
See any Short Line agent for full par
City Ticket Office, 201 Main street,
Via Oregon Short Line,
Next Friday and Saturday. Round" trip
"only ?1.25. Leave Salt Lake S:00 a. m.,
reach Salt Lake returning midnight,
Just as Easy
To be neat in appearance in the sum
:n?r .irr.c i.-. It is In winter. A lot de
pends on a correct shirt. "Wc have
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
166 Main St.
BEAUTIFUL CASTILLA $1.25
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 19.
Good fishing. First-class hotel.
Beautiful surroundings. Fine fishing
grounds easily accessible. It's worth the
money. Don't miss 1L Leave Salt Lake
8:00 a. m. Returning, leave Castllla
3:52 p. jn. and 10:02 p. m.
CASTILLA EXCURSION $1.25
Leave Salt Lake S 0O a. m. Return
ing, leave Castllla 3:52 p. m. and 10:02
p. m. Ten hours in the canyon. Good i
fishing streams .near by. Fine picnic
grounds at Castllla for families. First
.To Provo Canyon, Sunday, Juno 10.
To Forks or Upper Falls, $1.25 for the
round trip. Best fishing grounds in
this section of the Slate. Leave your
families at Upper Falls, the most beau
tiful resort In Utah. Trout and chicken
dinners. New dining-room. Delightful
You Need Exercise.
You know it. Take tlmel Best tonic
Eugene Thompson, Phono 472, i& Main
PRISONER ON PAROLE
LEAVES FORT DOUGLAS
The-police of Salt Lake have been
notified to look out for Albert Brown,
a private of the Thirty-third company
coast artillery. Brown was appre
hended at Fort Douglas several months
ago, having been wanted by his organ
ization for desertion, und upon which
charge he was tried and was ecii
tonced by n general court-martial, con
vened Jn his case, to serve for the term
of ten years, jis punishment for his
crime. This sentence was imposed
upon Brown during tho latter part of
1003, Fort Douglas being designated as
the place of 'confinement. On January
11, 1001, Brown having conducted him
self In a proper mannacr, was paroled
bj tho commanding officer of the post,
and, although required io work about
the post at various Jobs, he was re
quired to be at the guardhouse at 0
p. m. daily. He failed to report at the
proper time on Monday night, and at
11 o'clock the officer of the day. grow
ing a little uneasy as to Brown's ab
sence, sent a detail to the city to in
quire na to his whereabouts, without
any result whatever. A description of
the prisoner has been furnished the po
lice, who will uso every endeavor to
effect his capture. Brown was consid
ered an Ideal prisoner, and his sudden
departure cnino in the nature of a great
GOING TO HOSPITAL.
First Lieut. Alpha S. Easton Twenty-ninth
infantry, post adjutant at
Fort Douglas, will leave in a few days
for San Francisco, Cal., where ho will
enter the general hospital at the Pre
sidio for treatment. LIcuU Easton has
a slight affectation In his hearing and
has asked permission to be sent to tho
above named hospital.
TO HAVE PRACTICE MARCH.
The companies of the Twenty-ninth
Infantry at Fort Douglas will doubtless
take part In a practice march during
the month of July, although arrange
ments have not been completed. The
Twelfth and Twenty-second batteries,
it is said, will go to Strawberry Valley
on the first of July for artillery prac
tice, which will consume about ten
days. On the 10th of July It is prob
able that the Infantrymen will leave for
that place, where they will bo Joined
by the batteries; and the troops will
then go to Fort Duchesne, a distance
of nearly 100 miles, which will take
nbout Qve days to cover. The military
maneuvers of the Dapartment of the
Colorado will be held at Duchesne this
year, and the companies of the Second
infantry at Fort Igan will participate
with th boys from the fort. The Jour
ney, although a long one, will be quite
beneficial to the troops taking part,
and since returns for three weeks' sup
plies nre io ue suDiniiieu, me men wm
be absent about seven weeks. In the
event of the visit of Lieut-Gen Adna
R. Chaffee, chief of staff, to the post
next month, the practice march will be
postponed until after his departure.
Of One of the Finest Trains Chicago
to New York.
In addition to ladies' maid, barber and
other attendants on "The Pennsylvania
Limited" over Pennsylvania lines, offi
cial stenographers assist passengers,
free of charge, with their correspond
ence, taking letters or telegrams from
dictation, writing them on typewriters
and forwarding communications en
route. Special feature. of "The Penn
sylvania Limited" also include bath,
reading lamps in berths, library of se
lected literature and current Illustrated
periodicals, and financial reports. "The
Pennsylvania Limited" leaves Chicago
dally at C p. m. Arrives New York C
o'clock next evening. For further in
formation communicate with Geo. T.
Hull, D. A. Penn. linos, Denver, Colo.
I BRIDAL VEIL FALLS $1.25
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 19.
The most delightful spot in Utah.
Trout. and chicken dinners at Donnan's
resort. New dining-room. Prices rea
sonable. Located directly in the heart
of the most magnificent scenery on
the American continent. Leave Salt
Lake S:00 a. m. Returning, leave Upper
Falls 3:10 p. m. and 9.00 p. m.
Head Work ;
Is a Jot easier under the right condi
tions. A Panama hat is roundabout
BROWN. TERRY &. WOODRUFF CO..
16G Main St.
ALL TEACHERS KNOW WHAT?
That the Burlington Route Is the best
lino to St Louis, Chicago. Omaha, Kan
sas City and all points East We have
through car service to all these poIntB.
Call or write for particulars, R. F. Nes
len, Genl. Agt, "9 We3t 2nd South St.
ELKS' OFFICIAL ROUTE.
Provo and Return SI. 90.
S. P., L. A. &. S. L. R. R. will sell
tickets June II, 15. 16 and 17. with final
limit June 19, for the ELKS' CARNI
VAL AND STREET FAIR. "Meet me
on the Midway."
PROVO CANYON AND RETURN
' ' $1.25
The Fishermen's Paradise.
Plenty of the speckled .beauties for
everybody. We land you right on the
spot for a dollar and a quarter. Try
your lucky. You can't lose. Leave
Salt Lake at 8:00 a. in., via D. &, R. G.
R. R. Returning, leave Upper Falls at
3:10 p. m. and 9:00 p. m. Nine1 hours
in the canyon.
BRIGHAM CITY AND REJURN
Via-Oregon Short Line next FTiday and
Saturday. Grand carnival and straw
berry festival. Leave Salt Lake 8:00 a.
m., returning leave Brlgham City 10:30
p. m. 1
THE ELKS' OFFICIAL TRAIN
leaves Salt Lake City for Provo via
"THE SALT LAKE ROUTE" at 8:30
a. m, Wednesday. June 15. Don't miss it.
Wasatch Summer Resort.
Particulars writ Alklre, .Wasatch
hotL via Sandy, oc coma peo, (
TELLS OF MEETINGS
OF HEALTH BOARDS
Presidont Bnscom of tho Utah. Org-an-ication
Reports on the Na-
TO educate tho public In liygicnlc mat
ters out of tho months of babes and
ticklings Is tlio ambition of tho
health authorities of tho various
States, according to Prcnldcnt F. S. Bas-
com of tho State Board of Health, who ro
turncd yesterday from the conference of
State Boards of Health and Marino hoH
pltal service at Washington. In plain
language, the doctors want to teach tho
parents through tho children. It has been
found that children aro very receptlvo of
now Idcan in medicine and bccljmo so In
terested that they carry their discoveries
This was only one of the many Inter
esting matters discussed at tlio confer
ence. Another was the tranHtnlHslon and
prevention of yellow fever. Dralnago and
kerosene- on stagnant pools to exterminate
tho mosquito were generally recommend
ed. Tho disinfection of railway coaches
was gone into. Tho Colorado dclcgato re
ported that In Denver the Pullman com
pany cleans each car with compressed air,
washes tho woodwork, nubjects the bed
ding to sunlight and disinfects with for
maldehydo twice a week or oftcnor The
action of tho company Is voluntary and
tho matter will bo taken up with tho rail
ways In Utah and all other Slates.
Hospital cors for tho transportation of
pnsscngera aftllctcd with tuberculoids and
other diseases were strongly recommend
ed. Tho possibility of typhoid Infection
from oysters was one of tho most strik
ing subjects dlscutrtcd. It was thought
possible that ihe fattening of iho bivalves
in fresh water streams might sometimes
result In contamination and it waa de
cided to analy20 the waters used for this
purpose. Inland residents, however, aro
In little danger, as tho preservative fluids
In which tho oysters are shipped are
Tho examination of pupils in the public
schools for defects of vision and hearing
and for throat and catarrhal affections In
order that tho troubles muy bo detected
and treated ere It Ik too Into received fa
vorablo consideration. Whoro nothing
moro can be done It Is recommended that
simple tests be used by tho teachers.
Dr. Bascom speaks very highly of. the
tests of anti-toxins for strength and puri
ty in tho Government laboratory. After
leaving Washington he attended tho meet
ing of the American Medical association
at Atlantic City ajid heard tho great de
bate on tho, effect of collegiate training on
tho physical development of women.
THE Danish Sister society of Utah held
Ita first outing to Lagoon yesterday and
so successful was; the whole arfalr that
tlu committee members were unanimous
In deciding that tho outing should be made
an annual one. Many of the excursionists
went out on the early train and spent tho
whole day at the report The children.
both boys and girls, ran races, the ladles
tested tho strength of tholr arms In a
tug-o-war, whllo the gentlemen partici
pated In that humorous exhibition known
as tho kangaroo race. In the evening old
and young mingled freely together and
enjoyed themselves In dancing.
SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN HAY
has written to Gov. Wella asking that tho
band of the Fifth British Columbia regi
ment, Canadian artillery, he permitted to
enter and pass through Utah. The band
has been granted permission by the Gov
ernment to enter the United States In
uniform, with side arm and musical In
struments, between July 1 and October 1
PRESIDENT KERR of the Agricul
tural college at Logan Tas a visitor In
this city yesterday. He was here for the
purpose of making arrangements for
teachers from this Stato to use tho Utah
Stato building for headquarters during the
convention of the National Educational
association, to be held at St Louis from
Juno U7 to July 1. Mr. Kerr says that
from present indications thero promises
to be a largo attendance at the summer
school In the Agricultural college, which
opens at Logan on June IS).
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof: telephones in every
rcoin; modern in every way.
It's Up to You
To keep cool. No trouble doing it in
one of our handsome Panama?, which
wev sell at, prices ranging from S5 to
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
166 Main St
J. J. McClellan received a telegram
yesterday from Dr. A. A. Stanlev. head
of the department of music at the Univer
sity of Michigan, saying that he would
arrive in Salt Lake on Mondav next en
route to tho coast, and would give his Il
lustrated lecture on "Parsifal" at the Tab
ernacle next Tuesday evening, June 21.
Sir. John Axton bus received a telegram
from his son. the Rev. John T Axton,
suiting that ho has arrived safelv In San
Francisco and will bo here the latter part
,of tho week.
MIfs L. St Qaultrough. principal of tho
Oqulrrh school, has left for Portland. Or..
In which State Alio will hold a series of
teachers' Institutes during the summer
Picking- Up a Horse Shoe
May bring you good luck, but one of
our Sennit straw hats will make you
lots more cheerful during the summer
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.
16G Main St
Remodeling' His Place.
Proprietor William Bartllng of ihe New
York Cash store and Laco House is re
modeling tho latter and will move his
stock thoro from the former. He was put
ting In new shoe shelving yestordav and
establishing his cloak and suit department
on the second floor. Ho will greatly Im
prove .the store.
A Shirt in Summer
Is comfortable or uncomfortable ac
cording to the way it Is made. Ours
are perfect in every detail, in the
smartest colors and designs.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO
1 Main St. "
j FISHERMEN'S EXCURSION
Via 'Oregon Short Line,
June 14 and 13. Round trip to Mor
gan, 52.50; Croydon, ?2.75. Tickets lim
ited to the 16th.
For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
lotte Lyngberg and Miss Carrie Lea
ker. Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown
now at 417 to 421 Constitution build
ing; 'phone 2093-X.
PHILADELPHIA, June 11. According
to the members of tho Filipino commis
sion, now visiting this city, their mission
hero Is to set in motion public sentiment
.favcraWo to aoU-sorernmcnt of tho Phil-Jrcmea,
.. AMUSEMENTS... J
CHEP-IDAH SIMPSON, tho well-known
comic opera singer, who was hero
In "King Dodo" two years ago, lllcd
n suit In Now York lat week, for iui
annulment of her ""EJ..nXno
Don Berg, tho musical conductor, on ino
ground that at the llmo of hot - mar lago
to him. Juno -X. V.Oh ho nj "
In England from whom ho ,,,alI'J;n1? "
divorced Miss S mpson Is now sinning lu
Tho new Plxlcy-Ludcrs production.
0 u 4
Though nobody here, says London . OIh
patch. 1ms had the temerity to a"56"; . l;
irobablv the reason why Alfred Austin
lTdn't -dm his name to tho curtain-raiser
o rcocnlS- Submitted to Arthur Bourcliler
was that ho was afraid It mlg ht bo re
fused. Doubtless Mr. Austin thought that
It would nevor do to let a London man
aper " urn down" the poet aureate
But when Bourchlor's official "rewlcr
camo to tho anonymous manuscript of A
Lesson In Harmony" ho found It so prom
ising that ho at once commended It to the
aetor-manngerB attention. In a loiter
that accompanied tho playlet t .n
less dramatist wrote "Should this Httlo
pieco bo ncoptcd, tho author mokes It a
condition thatjilr. Bourohier will himself
P BourohlcMlkPd the pleco so much that
he wrolo asking the anonymous author to
call and was electrified at tho appointed
hour to find himself facing tho pool lau
reate. It was arranged quickly that Aus
tin's comedietta should bo produced as a
curtaln-ralaer to W. S. Gilbert's "Tho
Falrv'a Dilemma," now tho attraction in
tho Garrlck. Hitherto tho poet laureato
has not enjoyed great succcsb as a dra
matist His "Floddcn Field" had a lavish
production by Bcerbohm Trco at a special
jcrformanco In His Majesty's, but It was
"roasted" by tlio critics.
"I am In a quandary what to do with
that bC of mlno. I know that ho is an
actor born, yet he boa been on tho stago
two seasons and has yot to malec a hit
'Ho belongs on tho Detroit baseball
team." Dotrolt Froo Press.
Lillian Rus3cll. It Is announced, will ap
pear next Booson in "Lady Teazle," which
Is a musical version of "The School for
Scandal." This 3hould blazo tho way for
musical versions of all the classic plays,
"A Winter's Talo" would afford the adapt
or an excellent opportunity to Introduce
topical songs, and a good coon ahoutor
and cake walker might mako something
real line out of Pcrdlta, Autolycua could
bo tho fat Dutchman, an apparently es
sential part In all modern performances,
while the Prlnco could cosily bo turned
Into a spendthrift N' Yorker. Portland
Pupils and friends of Christensen's
academy will spend June 1C at Saltalr.
Children's matinee 3 to 6; grand ball 8
ELKS' OFFICIAL ROUTE.
Provo and Return 1.90.
S. P., L. A. & S. L. R. R. will sell
tickets June 14, 15, 16 and 17, with final I
limit June 19. for the ELKS' CARNI
VAL AND STREET FAIR. "Meet me
on the Midway."
Get Your Sharo
Of comfort in the nummer-timc. Cer
tificates' in the way of swell Btraw hats
sell at our atore at prices ranging from
J1.G0 to $5.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
1C6 Main St.
Democratic State Convention "Was
by Quinn, Who Ruled "With
Rod of Iron.
SPRINGFIELD. III., June 14. The
Democratic State convention to
day nominated the following
ticket: Governor, Lawrence B.'
Stringer of Lincoln; Lieutenant-Governor,
Thomas J. Ferns of Jerseyville:
Secretary of State, Frank E. Dooling,
Sangamon county; Stato treasurer,
Charles B. Thomas of MeLeansboro;
Attorney General, Albert Watson of
Jefferson county; University Trustees,
Mrs. Anna G. Solomon of Chicago;
Theodore C. Lohr of Carlinvllle; F. B.
Merrill of St. Clair county.
Delegates-at-large- to St. Louis con
vention: John P. Hopkins, A. M. Law
rence, Ben T. Cable. Samuel Alschuler.
The convention Instructed the dele
gates to the National convention to
vote for William R. Hearst at St. Louis
as long as his name remains before the
convention. HearHt's campaign mana
gers, who attempted to ride Into power
by the old of his name, received abso
lutely no consideration from the con
vention. The Harrison party, which
came solely from Chicago and was
pledged to the support of Congressman
James It Williams, was routed com
pletely. Carter H. Harrison was un
seated as a delegato and took a train
for home without going near the con
vention. Both his faction and the
Hearst party were ns nothing as com
pared with the strength and skillful
management of the. convention exhib
ited by John P. Hopkins. Mr. Hopkins
will continue to be chairman of the
State central committee.
John P Quinn of Peoria, who pre
sided over tho convention both as tem
porary and permanent chairman, paid
absolutely no attention to men or mo
tions when It did not Jibe with the in
terest of the Hopkins party for him
to do so, and in one instance, at least.
nc ueciarca a motion carried before the
Hearst and Harrison people had voted
During a long wait in the proceedings
the wildest confusion prevailed on the
door and several list fights took place
between the delegates. At this point
the platform was submitted and was
adopted. The resolutions providing for
the indorsement of Mr. Hearst were
not mnde a part of the report of the
committee on resolutions, but were
submitted to the convention as a sepa
Via Oregon Short Lino. ,
St. Louis and return 542 30
Chicago and return- 4750
Chicago and return via St. Louis 5o!o0
St Louis and return via Chicago.. 60.00
Limit 60 days. Transit limit 10 days
in each direction.
Tickets on f?ale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. Stop-overs nllowcd.
PR0V0 AND RETURN $1.90
Via D. & R. G., June 14, 15, 16, 17.
Final limit June 19. B. P. O. E. State
Convention. A grand festival of nmuse
.monte, . Everybody, Irrvlted
-Accused ofAn W
-Rofuecd to Buy ThW,
and Beat!nff a MiK
WLIAM BATEfTand Jr
Peddlers, went to ,he,?&
ai . d. o. caiderlhnedkS f
Per Smith at -5 gj W
East yesterday utionjooa J. Is'
dlea were alone, a th V-
wero up town. Thev boiT W
buy from the peddlers, who,? R
latter, It is charged, ued f-
suiting language. At tho u f
offense they were sober ni?- F
a carpenter, who lived next i
to Mth. Calder's aSiBLS,locr.i 1
getting the better of BhS I
came up and struck him tT1 $
and the two between them f
severely. Meanwhile the 1 Ii
been telephoned for nnd ni S
and Jasper Smith, who rr?', I
soon afterward, followed tR4 &
began drinking und polnSd f
to tho omcera. "uea yi .
They both attempted to ';
Smith broke away once , b5 JK'
Eddlngton and OfUcer PkS
him up and. caught him ait
exciting cha.ie. a"cr
Both men arc familiar with iw, 'JllA
of the Jail, Bates having Su!ll
served fifty days for beaC
men while Smith spends a CwP
See under th0 carc 5lMt
D. G. Colder, in speaking 0f nfv
currence last night, said thithUrk ''
borhood was regularly InfeM
this class of peddlers and ii.?. v
hoped this would scare them '
tho futuro. inc,nawit f
Boani tho 1 Klod Yea Kir?
WEATHER RECOED ' f:
Weather for today Probably tih V IflT
Yesterday's record at the local ckA S
Iho weather bureau: ft
Maximum temperature, &ts-L It
mum temperature, K dpg-.: uifan t'A.. L
lure. 72 deg ; which Is 7 des. afetfS 5S
normal. wi m
Accumulated deficiency of torrsM 1
since the 1st of the month, 23 d a
Accumulated deficiency of ttrnwisi I
slnco January 1, 21 de;r. 1
Total precipitation rrora fi p. ... 1
p. m.. none. W C;
Accumulated deficiency of prfaW
since the 1st of tho month, ,2a IrL K
Accumulated excess of prtdj'jrt. 1
since the 1st of January, i Incha, rl
Local Fortcara' M
Temperatures Elsewhere. ji
Boise ...... JA:
Grand Junction , J "!!""!"Sl
KanHas City ,.-.Jm
Los Angeles i fr
Miles City J m
Omaha j m
San Francisco - j i
Spokane Zi &,
St Louis ! K
St. Paul .. ,.fj
Lander 1: "OT
WInncmucca , .. ...........j i"I
A Straw Hat
Is the most refreshing part of t rtviafc
attire during the hot months. S U
new sliapes In various widths
BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CQ.1R
165 Mala ft, IJ;
ST. LOUIS EXCURSIONS
', : 'Ct
' Via Oregon Short line.
Tuesdays and Fridays of each itA S
Round trip from Salt Lake only JO! to
Tickets good for sixty days. , "l
Shortest fastest line. See othr Sl L
Line advertisements In this Issue to gj
"Wall Paper. ;
Some elegant new decorations Jd
received. We are up to date "Kith
orders. Our workmen are alirajrs J
best, including paint and painttri- :
W. A. DUVALL i
'Phone 11-15-K. 124 W. Second Souti; (i
FIRST IDAHO EXCURSION
Via Oregon Short Lhie, ;
Saturday, June 1L One fare for reatj y
trip to principal northern Utah J
Idaho points. See ngenti for full F .
tlcularK regarding llmlto, etc. CJJl
ticket office. 201 Main slraet, Salt LW
Via Oregon Short Line, jl
June 14 and 15. Round trip to ffiffii
gan. 32.50; "Croyden, 52.75. Tickets iaj ;
ited to the 16th.
THE SALT LAKE LODGE OK
Have chosen THE SAN PEStB
ns the official route to PROVO flUKM
CARNIVAL WEEK. 'B
A Cool Shirt j
Of attractive design and correct
is the most satisfactory garment a EU,
can wear. See our nefl 'abVcv,r-ft!BJ'
BROWN, .TERRY & V0 ODR Fx fln
16 j .Mala 2 Ml
Most People g
When they travel, go one rout?, rj
turning another, In order to e m
the country. You can do this on
Eastern trip by asking for your - Ufo j
ets at least one way Colorado MUg l
Costs no more. Through standard
tourist sleepers. .
FISHING EXCURSION Jfe
Via D. fc R. CK, June 13, '
To Castllla Springs In SP?nlshc,3jR
canyon. Splendid trout fl8h,nff 01" jBf
train leaves Salt Lako 1:30 P-jf; -$WKm
turning lea.Tesi.C7tin 3.9. P-w