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Iday Moneys, auccst ic,iooj.--, - . ; THE"SALT LAKE TBIBUNTE. ' page nro H
EE CHAPLAIN'S CLEVERNESS.
. BY C. B. LEWIS. '
fight, 1K4, by C B. Lowls.)
Jy;at the- Third National bank,
jlty 0 Cornopolls, a stranger,
through the president's room
S'the bookkeeper's and took
Sfplle of money stacked at the
teller's right hand, four pack
iflO.OOO. each He was coolly
teut again wluii stopped by the
Hand a gun. 1
an 'was known to the police as
jhaTlIe," and to tell of all his
ys' would Hill a book. It was
Attempted theft of the $40,000
??as sent to the TVoonson penl
tor five years. The officer who
Thim behind the doors of that
said to the warden:" ,
ifs a man you want to keep
fjon. Don't lore sight of "hlmv
night He is bold and nervy
one hand, and slick and cly
Jther. Don't trust him for an
tfe'11 beat the game.",
orden was a new man at the
put having bein sheriff of a
tie. thought he knew about all
"criminals, and replied that No.
jiSlick Charlie'' was recorded,
e to get up early In the morn
riron chaplain w.ere to be nues
ibout religion in a prison, he
nswer that stores of prisoners
Jto It and were earnest and dc-
Mant experienced waraen were
erUaned, he would answer that
Ken a prisoner began to -"get
Mwotild be watched the closest,
plain at Woonpon was a good
pjne who had faith in himself,
ght hi? advice and appeals to
and murderers produced the
ffect. Among the prisoners he
wn as an easy mark,
tw warden was wary of antag
hc chaplain, and a man not
ited on the tricks of criminals,
FID found things easy for him
Centered the prison. When he
ffull opportunity to size up the
he began to "get good." He
'earnest about this as he had j
appropriating other people's
3e, became contrite and humble
i?atited to be turned from paths
iflnees, Of course, the chaplain
gst. When the- police officials
Siti "Slick Charlie" had Jjeen
jthey notified the warden in
hat he would be out of the
Tjjirce months, and the chap
tTan official complaint to the
ythat the police were trying to
ihls labors. -
fcpjaln was a man !5 years old,
3fe70 yas only 30 The chaplain
ranches the taller, had stoop
ijjand shambled ns he walked,
had-a reculiar Intonation. The
rvict gave up hi? original idea
ifYor Uric 1 1 to stud the chap
jthe end of 4ie months he was
the teachers In the evening
land Hay Fever Cored,
aly marvelous cures of Asthma
ira- being eilcctrd 07 Dr. Schiu
Asthma Curo certainly call for
Sl. Taylor, ol Washburn, 111.,
wmo 7 years ago my wifo used
jmclzngcs o your Asthma Cure
suited In a permanent cure."
fFevcr sufferer writes: "I have
Jforcr from Hay Fever for over
and It seemed harder every voaf.
JiiJlht I used vour Asthmu'Curo.
Wtly relieved. It cured my cougli
ing a few times. 1 shall recon
ito till suflcrcr3 of Hay Foyer."
rthaSlmcrson. Laingsburg, Mich.
Wall druggists at 00c and 1.00.
Btarap to Dr. 11. Schiffmann, Uoi
JPttil, Minn, for a free trial
RANTS Jgy invalid
gabies become rosy and
5 babies when fed on
Es Food Mellin's Food
fclly printed pnr;ci of helpful hints
ne Core and feeding of Infants,"
Wfloth, willbsoent you free if you
pj FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
BiiSln ,Iost 9lrength and vl-wJ-mTSTt
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UEER YOU LIKE,
VS. V' ,lthcr arts 5
K&1W mUl1 glassful 0pca
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fcrug Brewing So.
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10G.IY. SALT LAKE.
school. At the end of seven he asked
unQ got liberty to hold a Bible clap."
on Sundays. He wrote and the chap
lain delivered a sermon on "Christian
ity in Prison," which was commented
on by hundreds of paper?. Up to this
time he had been working in the tailor
shop. He was now given charge of
the prison library, and 'his plans were
as good as carried out. 1
It w'asi the habit of the chaplain to
vis-it the prison tvery afternoon from
3 to 5. A part of the time was spent
with prisoners in their cells men who
were undergoing light punishment and
a part in the library, and he always
left pretty promptly at 5. In going, out
no passed three guards at locked gatea
and went thro.ugh the warden's office
and out of the main door. No. 870 had
held the position of librarian for three
months and it was midwinter. One
afternoon the chaplain had been visit
ing at the prison and returned to the
library at a quarter of five. As he en
tered the room he received a blow that
knocked him senselees, and when he
recovered hi? wits a half an hour had
passed and he was bound hand and
fool and gagged. It Avas C o'clocleTbefore
he way released.
In the- course of that hour No. 870
had done some wonderful things. After
knocking down the chaplain he had
stripped off the latter'a outer garments
and clothed himself in them. Then he
hed secured hly man with ropes and
locked the door behind him as he
emerged Shambling down the corridor
to the first guard he had said:
"James, I came away today with only
a dime In my pocket. Can you lend me
a -dollar until tomorrow?"
"With the greatest of pleasure, chap
lain," and the money had been handed
The pfime game had been played cn
the two 'others, and then the "chap-:
lain" had entered the warden's office.
He could have passed right through
ns the ollicial was bury . but instead of
that he took a chair and waited for ten
minutes. When the warden was at lib
erty he way asked for a loan of $10, and
the "chaplain" reported to, him on the
wellfare of three or four different pris
oners before saying good-night. Fifteen
minutes after leaving the prison the dis
guised prisoner entered the largest store
in the town and borrowed $20 of the
merchant and then disappeared.
When the library door was broken
open at C o'clock and the real chaplain
found there wa9 a great commotion.
Three gatemen were ready to 9wear that
the clergyman had passed out, taking
a dollar from each as he did so. The
warden had seen and talked and loaned
money to the same man. Two guards
had also seen him. Here were six pris
on officials who could sweaiito a thing
and yet that thing was not a facL No.
S70 had simply imitated the chaplain
down to a line his voice, gait, speech
snd general look.
At 11 o'clock the next forenoon the
president of the Third National 'bank
of Cornopolls' was called out of his
room for a moment. Duving his ab
sence a man dressed like one of the
clerky in the bank entered the room
and bore away a package of bondn of
the face value of $1S,000. "Slick Char
lie" wanted to be revenged upon the
bank, and he wanted money w ith which
to leave the country, and he tarried in
the town to gel both. The pre-sidc-nt
of the bank is sure of this because a
note left on his desk told him so.
W Cj&f1'' ' wer0 Mss Barryraoro's leadlnp man. Mr.
Bruce McRad. Mr. and Mrs. James
' Keamy (Miss Anita Tlothd'. Miss Sarah
S ' Alexander, Mr. Cleveland, and Mr. and
' Mrs. David Gray.
Word comes from across the Atlantic
to the effect that Mrs. Henrietta M. Mc
Laughlin has announced her engagement
to Dr. McEncry. an eminent English
physician. Mrs. McLaughlin has been
traveling on the continent for the last
year and a half with her daughter,
Isabel. Dr. McEnery was among her
early friends made while abroad and hus.
been moat courteous in his attentions lo
Mrs. McLaughlin. The wedding-, It is.
Bald, will tako place this fall, but tho
place has not been decided upon. Mrs.
Mcf-aughllu lias a host of friends In this
city and Park City who will be very much
Interested in her future and will be very
glad of the opportunity of wishing her
all happiness in her new life.
Miss Safile JFlsher opened her engage
ment last evening In St. Louis with tho
Frank Daniels company ani many were
tho freindly telegrams that went out
from this city to the popular young Salt
Lake girl. She will be in the World's
fair town for tho next three weeks.
Notwithstanding the warm weather and
the fact that most of the leaders aro
out of the city, Miss Barrymore was
greeted last oen!ng by quite a gathoring
of fashionable folk, the boxes -and stalls
belns well filled.
Lieutenant Saunders of the Twenty
ninth has returned to Ihe post after a
short hunting trip on the upper Weber.
William Itcld leaves today for a two
weeks' vacation among tho pines at
Judge Yountr's camp.
I Mrs. Mary Judge was In the city yes-
tcrday. having driven up from her home
I Mrs. Victor M. Clement eaes for tho
East today, She will be greatly missed
by her many friends.
A recent Sunday isaue of the SI. Louis
Globe-Democrat contains a portrait of
Miss Elizabeth Hammond, who has been
visiting Mrs. Charles lloyle of that olty.
Miss Hammond wl!l be remembvrod as
ihe sister of John Hays Hainiuond and
a guest of Mrs. Clement over a year ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Swindler of De
Ln Mar, New. left, yesterday for Cali
Mrs. William Akors of Mexico City,
who has bien visiting Mrs. L. L. Torry
at Wasatch for the -last two weeks, re
turned to town with Mrs. Terry yester
day. t 4
Miss Makepeace Morris, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morris, lias recently
graduated from tho University of Iowa
with the highest honors. She comes
homes a Phi Beta Kappa, wearing the
golden key Insignia of excellence in
scholarship, awarded by that National
Mrs. William P. Cooper and children
and Mrs. A. C. Smith aro occupying "Old
Ladles' Nook" at Pharaoh's Glen.
Mrs. P. E. Bird, 2C9 Eust Fourth South
street, gave a pleasant aah- last night
for her daughter. Miss Casaic Bird. A
"contest of hearts" was tho amusement
of the evening. Those present were:
Mesdameo J. P. Pratt. C, D. Sabcrv:
Misses Carol Evans, Dorothy Thompson,
Edythe 1 1111, CilfJIe Cainerpn, Cllfta
Mayno. Daisy Ball. Juliet Crlsmon,
EmUit Wells of Kansas City; Evolvn
Wt-ldnw. Belle Bowdlc, Belle De Boisv.
Ethei Alartin. Louise Walnce. Lomeiia
Ritlcr. Blanche Kidder, Lena Bradus,
Blanche Kidder, Lena Bradus, Mnrglo
Bird, Bessie Boyco: Messrs. Delghton,
Young,- Spencer Young, Vaesel, Hall. Will
Hall. Weidncr, Ruen Slmcr, Manning,
Aloha Manning. Stockman. Jones. IJow
dlr, Frnhling, McMaster, Bird, Broadus,
Miss Elolso Sherman, who came In for
some society events last week, returned
to Brighton yesterday.
Miss Winnie Rhodes entertained a few
friends Informally on Saturday evening.
Yesterday the Misses Miller, Trent, Mc
Lean, ClH'osman, anil Gillespie spent the
day at Walker's Farm.
Mrs. A. L. Rankin and children loft
Monday for a few days" visit with F. C.
Jensen's family of JUt, Pleasant.
Miss Penii Brunch left today to spend
a fow weeks with friends in Ogdcn and
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Keycs entertained
a few friends at dinner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Klser gave a up-P'-r
after tho jlay lust night In honor Of
Miss Elhnl Burrjmore Others prescmt
were Miss Barryraoro's leadlnp man. Mr.
Bruce McRad. Mr. and Mrs. James
Keamy (Miss Anita Rothd'. Miss Sarah
Alexander, Mr. Cleveland, and Mr. and
Mrs. David Gray.
Mrs. W. B. Rico will entertain at cards
Friday evening at tho home of Mrs.
Lieut. Beebee iroes to Vermont today
for a two months' visit.
Mrs. George Downey Is going back to
, Lieut. Beebec entertained delightfully
at dinner Saturday night. '
FOURTH TIME INSANE.
Julius Lai-sen Broods Over His Wife's
For tho fourth time Julius Larsen,
373 E street, was ordered committed to
the Stafe mental hospital at P'rovo yes
terday. Ilia examination was held In
the District court before Judge Hull
and was conducted by County Physi
cian Mayo and bin assistant. Dr. Odell.
They pnTnounced the case lo be one of
Larsen, who has been workl.ig at
Saltair beach up to three weeks ago', Is
a man about 50 years of nge. He
broods over the loss of his wife, who
died recently, leaving four children.
Since quitting work at the pavilion
Larsen Is said to have not spoken a'
word until arrnlgr-Pd In tho District
court yesterday. He was laken to
Provo by Deputy Sheriff Fred Butler
Women's Oxfords Up to S8 for S2.45
All $3.fl0, $-1.00. $5 and $C oxfords tan
und black ?2.-i5. AT WALKER'S.
The Palace Barber shop and baths,"
20 W. Second So., opens Wednesday,
Aug. 17, under new management.
ANCEL NEWHOUSE IS DEAD.
Brother of the Salt Lake Millionaire
Expires in Denver.
Word has reached friends in this city
of the dealh In Denver on Sunday of
Aucel Newhouse, a brother of Samuel
Newhouse and a mining man of Colo
rado who enjoyed an extended ac
quaintance all over the "West. His
death resulted from pneumonia and fol
lowed but a shorty Illness. Sills sister,
Mrs. Harry Erwin, was aUhis bedside,
but his mother is in Europe, where Sam
uel Newhouse also is visiting at the
present time. All who know Ancel
Newhouse speak of him in words of
the highest pralsre, and his untimely
end Is deeply deplored, while the- sym
pathy of Salt Lake friends Is freely ex
tended to the bereaved relatives.
Nature's pure and unadul
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personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no 0110
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
" Just-as-good' aro htit Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Cliildren Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORS A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverish n ess. It cures -Diarrhoea atid Wind
Colic. It rcliovcs Teething; Troubles, cures Constipation
and. Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tlip
Stomach and XJowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
Tho EM YonHaye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CCtlTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STOCCT. MEW YORK CITY
How to JmtSge !
PP Beer !
Impossible to find it fn most !
ST kotue beers, because their
S& preservation is gained through fck
. chemical adulteration.
BoUlcd beers, as well as food products, are often adnl- 3
W teratcd -R-ith chemical preservatives, etc., which for awhile ffi.
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" ( A. B. C. BEER is guaranteed to be absolutely pure and
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tin-lined pipes direct to the air-tightbottlingmacbincs, where
it is bottled, scaled, pasteurized and packed for shipment. t
The only beer bottled exclusively at the Breyery, S;
' therefore the only bottled beer that can be absolutelyguarantccd, j
I The American Brewing Co., St Louis, U. S. A.
I R. (VL OURNSEY, ' ' I'
U WHOLESALE DEALER. i
that meat is lpjunous, w
it .overheats' the body and oppresses the sys
tem. They say; CEREALS should be used
more extensively. 0
A pleasing change for breakfast or supper is
Crisp wheat flakes with maple flavor.
Get a package today. At the grocers, 15 cents.
f Located I n Oakland's
Mills College and Seminary
FOn YOUNQ WOMEN
Confors d ogra cs and
grant: diplomas. Accred
ited lo the Universities nnrf
leadlnc Enstcru Colleges,
Special tdv.iniigis In the Fins
Arte snd Langusgu. Thirty
ninth Ytir. hall Term Opens
Auguot JO, J904.
MRS. C.T. KILLS, Pros.
Hills College P.O., California
E Tho store's library of music cm- K
I braces every composition, from K
Bach and Uoclhoven. down to tho p
" latest raK-tlmo melody. A splendid Ik
I collection or cantatoa. oratorloa and E
anthems l'or church festivals. 5 i
4 Glad to play anythlnn for you. K
n Glad to have you visit the torc. t-
jj Victor Talking Machlnca. G
ji Carstenscn & Anson Co, 1
if ' Tcmplo of Music. E
..74 MAIN STREET..
J Succesrors to Daynes Music Co.
A boardlnp and day school for rrlrlo. un
der tho supervision of tho Episcopal
church Primary, Ihtormedlaio and
Certificate admits to Smith and AVolle3
Foe catalogue and other Information
Miss Clara Colburne,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
A Christian Institution, 'with Classical
end Latln-Sclentlllo couracs. Board, fur
nlshed room, electric light and furnaco
I heat. $10 for tho year. Tuition 520. Ac
, commodutlons for only freahmun and
cophomoro classes. College year opuns
! Sept. 7th. Address Dr. II. G, McNloce.
1136 Blaine Ave., Salt Lako City. s
Apply for Catalogue. Grado Courses.
Boarding school for young men and
Box 338, University Park Station. I
Portland Oregon I
ESTABLISHED 3 I
i ONE. FRICE TO ALL NEVE R UNDERSOLD I
Here re Some Excellent MoneySavihg j
Specials for Till This-Week,
LOur Shoe Departm9! ' I
BOYS5 SEAMLESS SHOES, H
a" GUARANTEED ALL SOLID SOLES AND SOLE LEATHER COUN-
i TERS AND TIPS, i ,
i Little Men's, 3 to 13, $1.20 j
I Youths', 1 to 2 $1.40
I Boys', 3 to 5 . . . . $1.60 ! fl
BUY YOUR BOYS' SHOES THIS WEEK. ,- , j
JPlat.Val. Laces, j I
Up to 25c Values, on
I 5ale This Week at.. 11 H
J 2000 yards Fine Pint Valenciennes Laces In edging and insertion, an I
3 elegant variety of patterns, widths up to 1 inches. See t fh '
j cur window display, then come and iriake your choice at jLjU' j
For the Parker Lumber Co. of Salt 1
flfe Lake CIty- They sold thl3 clalm 1
"S because it was N. G. We collected 1
R ln threc week9- Ask F. L. Par- 'H
F rf'zS85sy bad debts we can eet 1L
MT.JM No matter how large they arc or
4PS? ' In what town, city. State or Terri-
i' " & w aid not know we could col-
n W"", Y lect your bllls, wc certainly would
yTgSRSi , not be paying out money to adver-
1 wgr 'k tise. m
a 'iiyV e advertse because wc want n fl
tf&g&i y your claims for collection. Our abll- "
Jf' X My t0 make collections where all k'
3 ?i3l others have failed has enabled us I
; -fe'm S Mi to bu,,ti UD tne Ingest collection
' (hjfM&v business ln the world. 1
: WJ'W7 a&J Th,s ad 13 10 bTln many
' v7?0'ri'&W jl- claims to our oflices for co?.ectlon, g
"PZ'-il' rf?'k ftncl v,'e are Just as surc to collect fc
s'ZQp S4ffi!7 i$fr these claims and make money in
j y -v , commissions thereon. H
Does anybody owe you? Do you want the money? If so. write or call ;
Merchants9 Protective ffissociatloira j H
Sc?entifio Collectors of Bad Debts. Reporters of how people pay their bills.
j Established 11 yearn. Representatives everywhere-. j
! General Oflices 117-11S-119-12-1 and 125 Commercial National Bank Ej
Bulldiner, Salt Lake City Francis G. Luke, General Manager. u H
"Some People Don't Like Us "
Closing Out ! i Closing Out ! I
MEN'S CANVAS SHOES AND OSFOKDS. These are welt soles. j IH
Regular price 2.50. :j
MEN'S SATIN CALF AND GRAIN CALF work shoes. Regular
ALL SIZES IN BOYS' SHOES, S1.00 TO S1.45.
; THE MOORE SHOE COMPANY ! I
255 South Main Street. j
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We are not infallible.
I No human is, t
X Bt we have our prescription .
.4. Avork so systematized and are so i
4. careful about every phaoe of it. i
that wc certainly have rcaeon 'to bo
-i- proud of its clean record. Physl-
-f. clans who have Investigated our 4-
4- prescription counter commend our -f
4- work most highly, and plady .send 4.
-v- us their prcscrlptlona. AVe Invito
6- yours. 4-
Jr WELCOME. STEP IN. All f
CARS START FROM
I Godte-Pitls Brag I
I Store' 1
tBoth 'phones, 2o 110.
I Joint Scandinavian .
Wednesday, Au. 17
Boat and .Foot Racing. Dancing 9
5 from 3 p. m. Speeches by repreeanf-
atlves of three nations. Comic reel-
tation' by Mr. J. Straaberg. Singing
by two quartettes. Tug-of-"Wai I
Salt Luke vs. Murray. I
Admission lo groundr, 10 cents,
good ln trade.
There's no guess work !
Flour i l
It's all scientific except the jl
vO wheat, and that's the best. 7 iil
(Cte, P;rv2n TVJAD tSHMas ll
There is Some- j I
tiling About.. l
The exquisite perfume of the ; 'H
I rose that refreshes and re-
( Dabrook's Parisian Rose i 11
Is the delicate essence of all ! )
that is sweetest in the rose ' jH
beautiful. n H
; It Sells in Bulk H
To all who delight in tho ll
sweetness of tho redolent a
Where the Cars ll