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ll DftlR IS
H HEREfOR VISIT
iff II Laurels
1; from flie Stage.
; Utah Young Woman Whf
Wade a Great Hit In
V . "Merely Mary Ann."
iijjl Tn private Life Sho Is Known as Mrs.
Nt$ I i SaTOid Bus soil, and Ig a
Ui f, Social Favorite.
fiUHE rush of many feet on the Short
S t I Llne Platforin: a cn,ldlsh 6crcam
' 1M l 1 of excitement; the echoing: cry of
!&50 1 ;V a woman and 11,0 chiId waa
W ! f. caj'd in its mother's arms. It was
8 ? the homecoming of Ada Dwyer (-Mrs.
W t '. Harold Russell), the talented Salt Lake
8 ll actress who has been the talk of East
1(4 hV em theatrical circles for :he pnat sea
W ?' con. Awaiting her when the limited
10 . ,hUied In were her husband and daufjh-
W ' Lrna' with hcr brother and othcr
m ,A reiflves and frlenda. The party went
W Wl a oncc 10 the Dwyer '"osteatl "'here
K6SI JIrs Russell was shorily afterword
W Mr "en by 1110 Trlbunc and asked for an
jg H f Interview.
Sfr 5 I "Am I glad to get home?" she re
KO'l i juated, "Just loolc at tills and ask,"
W I i p-3lntin? to the little girl who was
f nestled in hcr lap. "No matter where
j ' ' I may go or how long I may stay I am
. - i ' always glad to get back to Utah nnd
i2 J 't when the train rounds one of the points
Ej J In the mountains I reel like crying,
KJ :u 1 1 It's so good to get home. '
JS li Will Go to London.
50 (j ! "We played In New York all sea-
' U ton, In 'Merely Mary Ann," " contjn-
ijjS 11 t ucd Mrs. Russell, "and we will sailon
HO !j July 27 for London 10 open 'here in
MO jj f September, You know I was in the
Wi' u London production of Zangwill's 'Chll-
W 'S f dren of the Ghetto,' and it Is rather a
II coincidence that I am going buck in
V I, another of his plays. After closing the
3j l) Xetv York season I olned the Amelia
OM Ij ' Bingham company In Denver and may
iW l if go back there In a short time to play
' U 4 in The Girl and the Judge or 'The
lM " z Cavalier.'
j 1 "Do I like character work? Well,
li u i noNV tna'- seems to be my forte.
IE. u It was chance that sent me into It
M -li 6, and I certainly like It. There are
jW -SJ ' many young women who are constantly
-r going into the profession and who can
$' j) 'i do well In what is called 'straight
Wl:S1 I leads,' but the number of character ac
0ifO (rerea Is more limited and therefore
MMJ they nre more in demand. "Wherever
WSJ f i go now I find I have friends and the
3' ij J work iB growing more interesting
y 'I month by month."
rrj ;I Made Hit in "Merely Mary Ann."
M H rf While Mrs. Russell said nothing of
M 11 A it, jet It is a fact that sho has been
I lhe undenIflDle hit of "Merely Mary
liftf J0" ' durInS its "w York production
j . nd Is now accredited with being one
N H I (I the leading character women of the
' U I day on the American stage. She was
S ijJj, born in Salt Lake and her family lives
herer while she and her popular hus-i.-.'H
J1 ' band always try to make this city their
)) jj cummer home. She will be entertained
EJ a Sreat deal during her short slay,
i n ;!
W I " Summer School "Registration.
i. li S Registration for the University sum-
i ,U S raer school which opens next Monday
s I nornln' was begun yesterday. Profs,
j fj Marshall, Cummlngs and Bennlon were
fl J f 0I? ,nanJ during the forenoon to answer
,) ' J a" questions and to make such other
0 -li i explanations as aro generally incident
l to.re6lstratlon. The management an-
0.w ) tlcinates a larger attendance than ever
,JJ -a before. It is expected that many tench-
1 !J J who came to attend the institute
0 '5 I ils"lu rernain and register for the regu-
1 ivi " "liege work, which will be done In
0 ;U i the summer school
.1 4I ' ,
ft 1 Cut it -
Sj'li orl lre and find out
j; jii j Jf coffee is really causing your
J $ trouble.
) p.1"0" Say "nonsense) there's old
tj ' Bill Jones drank coffee for 50
Jj5fe ) years-"
oij ii' . Neve1, niind him, remember
J'Ij i 10DKE not Bill Jones "
If ; You're
! , You
IIS r" want t0 be well and if you'll
' S i :Uout 1116 (1nig coffee for 10 days
J ig and uscwell boiled
lSJ" itf5 Place our WOrd for it you
'JwP 111 renP a great reward.
?f3 There's a R.ason
" 1'. '
STILL ON STRIKE
Manager D. S. Murphy Explains the
Definition of Sub-Foreman
and Makes Statement.
THERE was no change in the tele
phone linemen's strike yesterday,
the only development of the day
being a statement given out by
General Manager D. S. Murray as to
the cause of the trouble. Mr. Murray
"It is difficult for the company to
understand why the men have gone on
a strlko. The excuse given is trivial
and does not Justify so serious and ar
bitrary an action and there must be an
underlying cause that Is being con
cealed. "When the grlovanco was presented
to me that Mino mon wcro entitled to
pub-foremen's pay who, wore not get
ting it, I put down in writing the com
pany's definition of 'sub-foreman,' so
that neither our own local officials nor
the men could go wrong in the matter,
and the difference between this defini
tion and that given by the men is so
slight that to bas-e a strike on It is be
yond reasonable belief, and it occurs to
me that there must be something else
The definition of "sub-foreman" here
in referred to la "a man held responsi
ble for the work of a small gang." 'and
"gang" is construed to mean ' sMx or
eight men." None of the strikers has
returned to work and the company has
made no particular effort to fill thelr
places. The work of installing new tel
ephones Is stopped, but repairs aro be
ing made wherever needed, according to
the statement of the company officers.
The strikers have posted two pickets
to Intercept linemen looking for, jobs ond
explain the situation.
June 14 and 15 the Oregon Short Line
will make a special round trip rate to
Croyden, Utah, of ?2.76, and to Morgan
of $2.60. Tickets good for return until
June IG. i
4- COURT CALENDAR.
Cases Set for Today.
4- DISTRICT COURT.
Division No. 1 Judge Hall.
Welehons vs. McBridc ct nl. -f
4- Dlviolon No. 7 Judge Stewart.
4- Whltworth vs. Salt Lake Hot -f
-f Springs Sanitarium company.
Dtvlalon No. 2 Judco iioroo.
No Bolting. -
Division No. 4 Judge Lowlo. -f
-f Blako Vs. Farrell.
Civil Division Judgo Tanner. -f
-f 10 a. m.-Dai-t vs. Boyd. 4-
2 p. m. Llnducrg vs. "White. 4-
Harris vs. Wright. 4-
George A. Olmstcad Ls alleged to havo
assaulted his wife, Lydla Olmstead. This
fact It set forth in a complaint Issued by
Assistant County Attorney Whltaker yes
terday. It Is said that tho defendant
struck his wife without provocation and
that but for tho interference of outsiders
might have committed a graver offenso
than that of assault and battery, with
which he is charged. The complainant in
the case Is a brother of Mrs. Olmstead.
Judgment was rendered by Judgo Hall
yesterday in the case of the Salt Lake In
vestment company vs. W. S. Sheridan et
al.. quieting title In tho plaintiff to lot 1,
block 7, plat J, Salt Lake City survey.
Title was also quieted In the above plain
tiff to blocks C, 11, 20. 21 and 22, section 19,
township 1 south, range 1 west. Salt Lako
meridian, in the case against J. M. Nel
son et al.
William W. Whltchcr was granted a de
cree of divorce from Bertha Whltchcr by
Judge Morse yesterday. Tho plaintiff al
leged that hl3 wlfo deserted him In Sep
tember. 1900, leaving his bedside, where ho
was confined with a severe attack of
rheumatism. The couple were married
April 20, 1SG0, at Florence, Colo.
After only three months of married llfo,
Mabel J. McCormac has come to the con
clusion that single blessedness Is best. She
alleges desertion, non-support and cruelty
In her complaint, filed against George F.
McCormac in the District court yestcrdny
The couplo were married In this city
March C. 1904.
.Tudpte Morso yesterday appointed Attor
ney W. W. Little to defend in the case of
the State vs. Otto Newman, charged with
burglary and housebreaking.
In tho case of the Booth Mercantile com
pany vr. Julia Murphy ct al., which was
tried before Judge Morse yesterday, tho
Jury returned a verdict In favor of tho
plaintiff and against Timothy Murphy for
William A. Harris. St. Anthony, Ida 23
Curnorah S. Low, St. Anthony, Ida.... 21
George Bowman, Salt Lake City 20
Helen HJorth, Salt Lake City 25
Charles W. Blethen. Salt Lake City ....41
Alice E. Jlorkln, Salt Lake City ......21
Walker II. Ludlow. Benjamin 21
Sarah Inez Stowart, Benjamin 21
Alonzo Read, Oakley, Ida 21
Lucy M. Robinson, Onklcy, Ida 20
George II. Cook. Mill Creek 22
Mattlc Paystrup, Levan .'. 20
George F. Shaw, Sandy 22
Lulo. E. Labrum, Murray 2L
Walter C. Reynolds, Stockton 25
Anna D. Tufts, East Waterlog 28
Royal P. Hill, Mill Creek 23
Lois E. Fill. Mill Creek 20
David Michael, Salt Lake City 23
Nellie M. Condlo. Salt Lake City 39
James C. Long, Rochester, Utah ....23
Ada M. H. Dlson, Eureka 19
George A. Frazier, Woodruff o2
Annlo M. Rufl. Salt Lako City 23
John A Ruckert, Salt Lake City 37
Elizabeth Schlcaf. Salt Lako City 17
Coulam, girl to Joseph and Anua, 232 G
fit.. .Time 13.
Brown, girl to E E. and Eva., 3J Eth St.,
Brfijden, girl to Mr. and Mrs. M. A., 027
E lBt So., June 13,
Woollcy, boy to E. G., Jr., and Mary O.,
1H0 2nd st., June 12.
Ackermnn, boy to Mr. and Mrs, Georgo.
103 H st.. Juno 1L.
Mudge, girl to A. L. and Kathcrlne, Coli.
W. 1st "No., June 12.
Bacr, girl to M. M. and Sarah, G51 So. 9th
E.. June 12.
Pope, girl to George W. and Carrie. 677 4th
St., Juno 13.
Gibbet, girl to George C and Lydla, 723
E; 5th So., June 4.
Jones. Lionel A., aged 10, 1OJ0 So. 9th E
Rocs, John E., aged 15, 7 Bonanza ave.,
Wills, Durthy B aged 2, Mammoth, Juno
Peterson, infant' of C. J., 23 Iowa ave.,
Juno U." J ' . ..
j jGood I
Jf j We wish to
I I reduce our large 1
hJ UJ stock of Chll-
Cs. dren's Clothing H
JEScfe and to help 1
t yji - things along
B We will sacriflco all tho natty B
M "BUSTER BROWN." NOR- 1
P FOLK, 2-P1ECE, Sailor and B
1 Eton Suits, made In the latc-3t Q
up-to-date woolen materials S
83.00 Suits Sacrificed at S2.25
$4.00 Suits Sacrificed at 3.00
j $5.00 Suits Sacrificed at S3.75
j $6.00 Suits Sacrificed at S4.50 3
$8.00 Suits Sacrificed at S6.00
Mothers! It's your chance to
j 61-63-65 MAIN ST.
ELOPES WITH HIS
WIFE'S YOUNG SISTER
Arthur Milllken and Fourteen-Year-Old
Mary Rauth Havo
IT IS commonly believed that Arthur
Milllken, who disappeared from his
home at "West Jordan on June 8, is
the victim of an unholy Infatuation
for the sister of his young wife.
Milllken was formerly a soldier and
was discharged two years ago from a
regiment stationed at Fort Douglas. Ho
had become acquainted with a Miss
Rauth while in the service and when
he became hie own master he proposed
marriage. He was apparently a young
man of good character and the young
woman accepted him. After the mar
riage Milllken secured work at the
Highland Boy smelter and went to
housekeeping- in West Jordan precinct.
There was a sister-in-law, Mary
Rauth, 12 years old, who came to live
with hcr sister. In the course of time
a baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mil
liken, and the Milllken home was
among the happiest in the county. But
as Mary, the sister-in-law, grew older
Milllken became more and more devo
ted to her. The girl was not Indiffer
ent to his attentions and the young
wife could no longer conceal from her
self that she had a rival in hcr own
sister, now 14 years of age.
Within -the past- few weeks it has be
come apparent that the sinful attach
ment is to have unfortunate conse
quences. The denouement took place
last Wednesday when Milllken took
Mary for a drive and did not come
ibaclc. Mrs. Milllken and her infant
child seem to have been deserted and
the former has appealed to the county
authorities to assist hcr in locating her
To Castilla, Juno 15,
Via D. & R. G. Special train leaves
Salt Lake 130 p. m. Returning leaves
Castilla 9:30 p. m. Fare 51.25 for the
round trip. Good fishing. Everybody
Fined by Federal Court.
PORTLAND. Or.. June 14. On con
viction of conspiracy to defraud the
Government by means of false and
fraudulent affidavits filed In support of
pension claims, T. A. Wood and Hosca
Wood were today sentenced in the
United States court to pay fines of $1000
and ?2i50 respectively. In addition they
must pay the costs, which amount to
about $1200. They will not appeal the
ITl r I f
"O'Sullivan" on a rubbor heel is
like "Sterling-" on silver.
When you buy silver you look for
the mark you don't have to apply
tho test to find what's under the sur
face for tho word "Sterling" tells the
Buy rubber heels by the mark of
Quality it is the only safe way.
stamped on the tread face of a rubber
heel also tells the story. You need not
be an expert In compounding rubber. It
is put thuro to protect the buyers of
rubber against the encroachment of
O'Sullivan's are 50c, attached.
De not let dealers charge this prlco
unless the rubber heels have the Mark
I i I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO THE' PUBLIC ' I 'il
THE OPENING OF J il
144 West 1 st South S&reek. I II
I have renovated and remodeled the entire building '. 1
I and have newly furnished same from top to bottom. 1 ; I
The New Southern is to be run as a first-class hotel I j I
and has all the convieniences necessary to make it 1
one. The public is invited to the opening tomorrow I II
evening between the hours of seven and ten o'clock I Ifl
Yours respectfully, I
, FRED L, WOOD;
j Music Manager j
For boys, misses and chil
dren. High top, box calf
and kangaroo, heavy soles.
No Danger from snako bite
rt with these shoes on.
Misses' 13 1-3 to 2 . .
Child's 8 1-2 to 13 . . pl 4 3
Boys' 13 1-2 to 2 ....$195
Youths' 8 1-2 to 13 . . 1 d 7 5
258 SOUTH MAIN ST.
I Talk About Eyes I
Is sometimes necessary, to a llm- H
itcd extent, but talk and roady-
made glasses will not remedy do- m
fects. An examination, to scion-
tlllcnlly determine tho causo. o?d a H
pair of glasses MADE TO FIT, is U
the procedure that gives permanent
relief, and that's what Rushmer
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