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I THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 9, 1908, 3 flll
K Cooler Weather.
miZ frit ns If autumn Had
? Verity, Tuesday, and
5jndMayfl ln s,,ow
S ..,; lcirpa looked vory
pg'Sallier I man predicts
Mf baromslrle pressure
E&br morning from the
Ki3l northeastward to
PK,, Jwn attended during
Kmr hour with roln over
? ct&tcs, Montana, Ida
KSjoa and Utah. Abnor
&iirca prevail over
BJvnr Missouri and upper
Hlpli pressure cov
ErTea't of the Mississippi
HSlr area overspread the
flt slates and northern
HL bttcr being nccompa
Btorfillier over those dls-
t-renditions fair weather
Hfe&b locality Wednesday,
SKcioclcnl report at the
K United States weath-EfafTcnty-four
K7T p- in.. 69 degrees:
HIL, TS degrees; mlnl
1 decrees: mean tem
BU which Is 2 degrees
fH&a Ihe first day of the
Kjhice January 1 -OS de-
Eii t p. m.. -77 of nn Inch,
b&i slnco the first of tlie
Kaixh. which Is .56 of an
BTihK January 1, 2.14. j
Rpftif, 52 per cent. j
K.. W'cw Orleans ... PI
E. (&'ew York 7C
Hr T-'orfolk . . 76
"0 Pittsburg 72
HH?;. TiFocatello SG
L Jl.Portland. Or. . . 62
(S,t Louis S2
'.m ISjSt.'PauI S-l
HSan Francisco .. 64
jM.... ttSanta Fe 7S
-rH... ('Spokane GO
of Lemon, Orange, Vanilla, etc., impart their deli
cate fresh fruit flavor.
I CRANK WANTS TO BUILD : r
RAILROAD TO SOUTH POLE
i . . .
WASHINGTON, Sept. S. "Am asking
for an approprla talon to build a railroad
through the south polar regions," writes
e. man in Stockton. Cal.. In a letter just
received by Commissioner Bennett of the
general land office. Tho letter, which has
been filed awny ln the government's ar
chives in the samo manner as an official
document, has been supplemented by hu
morous Indorsements of some of tho orn
clals through whoso divisions the letter
In tho regular departmental routing had
The letter advances some peculiar so
l.ir theories, declaring that, the high speea
IN DONOHUE TRAGEDY
OAKLAND, Cal., Sept. S. A coroner's
jury In the case of Alice Donohue, whoso
body was found burled beneath a furni
ture factory In Emeryville about ten days
ago, and. who Is suspected of having been
murdered, returned a verdict tha she
had come to her death "by poison or was
otherwise murdered by a person unknown
lJnhthoUcasc of Daniel L. Donohue, the
man who was living with Hip woman ns
her husband, and who committed suicide
on last Saturday when notified to appear
as a witness at the inquest over the re
mains of tho murdered woman, tho Jurj
returned a verdict of death by gunshot
wound with suicidal intent.
Dr. Robert E. Brownfield.
Office removed to Suito 406 Judge
buildinp. Special attention to surgery
and diseases of women. Equipped for
Eay and electro therapeutics. Hours,
11 to 1 and 2 to 5. Bell phone 2449.
lom $3000 to $8000
m Crop of Peaches
jpn on 10 Acres
Te record of land in the famous Green River Valley.
Mya who wants to improve his present condition and
Knre of a permanent .income within, a short time,
investigate the proposition we are offering.
vj' IT'S INVESTMENT,
"M NOT SPECULATION
.sr. now we offering 260 acres in five or ten
jKi at $400 an acre. We require only a small
iaiiH town and a little each year for four years, at
jof which time we turn over to you a full fruit
j'jjjftph orchard. If you do not wish to keep the
a ""Br mn vour fourth payment, we will refund
'SlpWi plus 6 per cent interest fron. the time it I
IBVERTHING TO GAIN,
9pTHING TO LOSE
J$SM0 not believe there is another land offer as
wJjV above. Come and ask us about it. Call or
free booklet explaining proposition in detail.
lffrM'McDDaId Secilrity Po., General Agents,
''PBI,Dg" SALT LAKE ITY
the pun travels create? electric light on
a large scale, and adds that It Is twentv
times further around tho earth south than
west. This Is the peculiar declaration of
the author of the letter; HThe moon Is
a myth. It Is a picture of a portion of
the solar ring reflected against spaco by
the sun. Mars, etc., are moons reflected
against space by suns that travel around
and through this solar ring which wo are
living on. I concluded that tho land of
fice is the proper place to present this
The writer also submits a diagram Il
lustrating his views on tho shape of tho
MAY POSTPONE HEARING
IN BUCK STOYE CASE
WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. The hearing
n tho contempt case of tho Buck Stove
and Range company against labor officials
who are alleged to havo violated an In
junction to discontinue a bovcott mav not
be held until October. Justice Gould of
the District Supreme Court has Intimated
the matter should go over until the regu
lar cou'rt term In October. The federa
tion today was allowed an extension of
time for filing Its answer to tho Buck
company's hill, pending which tho hear
ing may ho postponed.
A Traveling Man Eecelvod tho Thanks
of Every Passenger In
"I must tell you my experience on
an easfcbound O. R. & N. R. R. train
from Pendleton to LeGrandc, Ore.,
writes Sam A. Garber. a well-known
traveling man, "1 was in the smoking
department with eorao other traveling
men when ono of them weut out into
the coach and came back and said,
'Thoro is a woman sick unto death in
the car.' I at onco got up and went
out, found her very ill with cramp colic,
so bad, in fact, that I was almost
afraid to take tho risk; her hands and
arms woro drawn up so you could not
straighten them, and with a death-liko
look on her face. Two or three ladies
were working with her and giving her
whiskey. I went to my Buit case and
got my bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholora and Diarrhoea Remcd.y (I never
travel without it), ran to tho water
tank, put a double doso of the medicine
in the glass, poured some water into it
and stirred it with a pencil; then I had
quite a time to get the ladies to let me
give it to her, but I succeeded. I could
at onco see the effect and I worked with
her, rubbing her hands, and in twenty
minutes I gave her another dose. By
this time wo wcro almost into Lo
Grande, where I was to leave tho train.
I gave the bottle to tho husband to be
used in enso another bottlo should be
needed, but by tho time tho train ran
into Le Grande sho was all right, and I
received the thanks of evcrj' assenger
in tho car." For sale by nil druggists.
DRIVEN TO SUICIDE
BY ANTI-BETTING LAW
NEW YORK, Sept 8. Believed to ho a
suicide on account of the antl-bcttlng
law which went Into effect here -ecently.
Rubin Goldberg, long a Shoepshead Bay
business man, was found dead today. Ho
had hanged himself ln the cellar of his
house. Goldberg had built, up ti good dry
goods business at the bay, but tho pnss
ago of the new law quickly drove away
UTAH SCHOOL- OF MEDICINE.
The Utah School of Mcdicinq is tho
medical department of tho University
Two years of a full medical course
aro offered, and, in connection with the
School of Arts and Scicuces, a four
vear college course in arts and medicine,
leading to tho Bachelor's degree, is
The work done ln Ihe Utah School
of "Medicino is accepted by tho best
medical schools of the United States.
Tho various laboratories are well
equipped for tho work given, and af
ford excellent advantages to students.
Send for cataloguo which describes
tho various courses offered, tho re
quirements for admission, cost of
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
S. D. Evans.
Undertaker and Embalmor, has removed
to new location, 48 South State.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Sept. S Dr. Cabcllo
Whitehead, general manager of the
Seward Penlnmila railroad In Alaska, is
dead at Nome, as tho result of an acci
dent on tUe road on Saturday night. Tho
car In which Dr. Whitehead was riding
was overturned and ho fell Into a shallow
body of water.
OP MYSTERIOUS MURDER
WELLSV1U.E. O.. "Jept. 8. The
shrunken and bleachud body of a woman,
with evidences of Its having been cov
ered with quick lime, haa been found on
tho West Virginia shorn of tho Ohio river
near this city- With the body was found
a rone with blood stains upon it, and the
authorities bcllev the woman was mur
dered and that, to hide the crime, tho
body was covered with quick llmo and
thrown Into the river.
Tho Atonroc Studio has moved to Its
now location. 38 West Third South
street, opposite Greenewald I-urnituro
company. All on ground floor. I will
give- my peruonal attention to all sit
tings in my new stucHo. jyiQNROE.
i Salt Lake Statistics !
Eugene Preston Gnylord,, L. D. S. lion-
Will Mrowne, L. I . f. hospital, girl, i
Max Engerman, 1013 Washington street,
Hermann Kr.o eschar, Sfi5 Fayette street,
Walter Dunstcr, 457 North Second West,
William II. Taylor, First avenue,
Thomas Mathoson. 52S Glen street, girl.
Alexander R. Wade. 212 North Seventh
Wop I. girl.
J'otcr Noordn. ni'l! West South Temple,
Carl August LInd, Till West Klrat South,
Freeman Basse! t. 221 Twelfth East, boy.
Isabel McOrcin, C33 Third avenue, con
vulsion?, aged 2.
Jesslo S. TJpton, Denver, acute cardiac
dilation, aged JS.
L. Sakon. Holy Cross hospital, perni
cious aiiimla, nged 45.
Patrick Lynch, St. Mark's hospital,
miliary sclerosis, aged 51.
Rlla Wllda Culventra, Bingham Can
yon, typhoid fever, aged 1.
Mario E. Madson. U North Seventh
West, ccrebro-splnal meningitis, aged 2.
Henry H. Cox, 12 South State, bron
chitis, aged S7,
Alexander L. Leslie, fill Hazel Ftrcet,
marasmus, aged 1 months.
Dan Harrington, 50 Garfield train, acute
alcoholism, aged 52.
Melvin Young, 741 South First West,
sopllr inf-octlon. aged o.
Mary Hall Helm. 37G West North Tem
ple, cntero-colltlp, aged 1.
Florence Marlon Smith, 2.10 South Sec
ond West, heart failure, aged 1 day.
Chrlstensen Johansen, 14 13 Fremont
avenue, pneumonia, aged fiD.
Daniel J. Mackintosh, 249 North Fifth
West, organic heart disease, aged 62.
Albert John Angel. 1374 South West
Temple, Ilco-coUtis, aged 5 months.
Pearl Putnam, 120 Frawley street, Indi
gestion, aged 2 months.
Cecilia Manson, Murray, natural causes,
Harold Jennings Crane. 25 Eighth East,
acute nephritis, aged 5 months.
Thomas Davis Smith, Warm Springs,
inanition, aged 2 months.
Samuel Inlioff, county infirmary, enter
itis, aged 72.
Frederick Klrbv Unsworth of Reno,
Nov., and Ruth Mario Lo Clare of Salt
John W. O'Donnell of MlFsoula. Mont.,
and Ethel A. Kelly of Salt Lake City.
Ell A. Gardiner and Margaret Dun
ford of Salt Lake City.
George R. Crockett of Preston, Ida., and
Estella Shumwny of Carl, Ida.
John S. Hill and Minerva Johnson of
George E. Kelsch of Salt Lako and
Laura C. Lloyd of San Jose, Cal.
Mark L. Johnson and Ida Hyde of
George A. Taylor and Hettle Williams
of Salt Lake.
Thomas A. Ord and Mary E. Hopklnson
of Salt Lake.
Jesslo Winn of Lehl and Mary Malncy
Sager of American Fork.
Albert F. Atkinson and Luke M. Full
mer of Salt Lake.
Henry W. Ekholm and Amanda Eden
borg of Salt Lake.
John D, Bowen of Sandy and Lillian
Larson of Logan.
Harvey Fletcher of Provo and Y. Lorena
Chlpmau of American Fork.
Cary Van Sweden und Rlna Schilling of
France S. McKco of Aspen and Char
lotto E. Glfford of Glunwood Springs,
Abram Chadwlck and Sadie May Stout
of American Fork.
Otis G. Cross and Harriet M. Piper of
C. Leonard Edman of Ogden and Pagna
Mathleson of Salt Lake.
Real Estato Transfers.
Oko Oberg to August W. Oberg. land,
section 25, township 2 south,
range 1 west ? 1
J. A. Brown to Ed Wright, lot 3,
Seniors five-acre garden plot .... 750
L. E. Doollttle to II. D. Scott, lot 5.
first Burlington addition to Kendall
J. C. Cm ton to John C. Cruton, Jr..
lot 11. block 22. five-acre, plat A.. 1
Hubbard Investment company to Wal
ter A. Roberts, lots 5, etc., block 18,
Oakley subdivision 5
HAMMERSTEIN GETS IN
ON PUCCINI OPERAS
NEW YORK, Sept. S. Oscar Hammer
stein will share this season with the
Metropolitan the privilege of producing
tho operas of Glacomo Puccini, and ac
cording to nn agreement recently drawn
up with the Italian composer's American
representative, "Madam Buttcrlly," "La
Bohemo" and "Tosca" will appear ln tho
repertolro of tho Thirty-fourth Street
opera house. Mr. Hammerstoln's formal
announcement lins been delayed, owing
to his decision to procure nn adequate
Clo-Clo-San for "Madam Buttcrlly." Ho
had not heard last night from his Euro
pean agent what singer la to appear In
C7 J3 T O "Ft X .
Boars tho j7& "2V9 A'W3 BUC'1
BAD LUCK FOR "KICK"
ON RETURN FROM TRIP
CINCINNATI. O.. Sept, S. Congress-,
mnn Nicholas Longworth'a two-story
brick stnblo at his Grandln road homo
was completely destroyed by flro early
today, causing a loss estimated at S30.000.
With the stable wcro burned flvo car
riages, but tho horsos and servants who
slept ln the stable got out safely.
Mr. and Mrs. Long-worth hnd Just re
turned from a parly when the tiro was
LAGOON REMAINS OPEN.
Until October 7. Dancing parties with
special returning trains Wednesday and
Grnnd opening ball in the Odcon,
Thursday. September 10.
J Candy I
I is more important I
I than crualit7 in tilings
1 Ye do not cat. That's I
I why so much quality I
I is put in I
I SWEET'S I
Half pound 30c. j
I Full pound 60c. 1
Miss Constance Mcintosh Moves Up From
Tenth PJace to First; Miss Bertha
Michaels Goes Up to Second; Other
Big Gains Go On Record,
i Miss Constanco Mclntosli oi! Monlpelier, Ida., breaks the record
for the second period of the contest. Leaving all competitors in the
rear, she jumps from tenth place .lo first, with a grand total of 50,000
votes. Miss Mcintosh is certainly demonstrating that it is easy to
get new subscriptions in Montpelier, as every order so far turned in
by her is new. Miss Bertha Michaels also makes a nice gain, having
advanced from thirteenth place to second, with a total of 41,290
votes. Miss Michaels has a host of friends among tho old soldiers
who are "boosting for her. Miss Florence Hadley is third; she has'
37,460 votes. Miss Alameda Gudmunsen, the popular Logan candi
date, is fifth. Miss Gudmunsen entered the contest but a few days
ago, and is , rapidly climbing to the top of the ladder, now having
30,390 votes. Miss Ncssic Skillicorn, the Milford candidate, comes
next, with 36,100 votes. Miss Juanita Foote of 62 "West Fourth South
street, this city, is seventh. Miss Foote recently visited her uncle
at Price and came back with a big bunch of supscriptions. It is
safe to say that there isn't abusincss man in the town of Price that
does not read The Tribune or Telegram as a result of her work. Miss
Dorothy Sorcnson, one of the popular young ladies of St. Paul's
church, and who lives at 415 South Main street, is making a splendid
showing in. her campaign, the count today showing a gain of over
17,000 votes in her favor. Other candidates are climbing the golden
ladder and. making splendid gains.
WHO THEY ARE AND HOW THEY STAND.
Miss Constance Mcintosh, Montpelier, Ida 50,420
Miss Bertha Michaels, rear 530 East Third South 41.290
Miss Florence Hadley, 647 East Fifth South 37,460
Miss Kuth Bradson, Ogden 37,220
Miss Alameda Gudmunsou, Logan. Utah..; ' 36,390
Miss Nessie Skillicorn, Milford, Utah .'. 36.100 j
Miss Juanita Foote, 62 West Fourth South V . 1 . . . 35,960
Miss Klea Sheets, 115 South Eleventh East .'. 35.560 j
Miss Pattie Swift, Boise, Ida v 35,250
Miss Gertrude Shearer, 145 Thompson's court 34,900
Miss Mac Busche, Pocatello, Ida 34,300
Miss Veda fteid, 309 Herald building ; . . 34.220
Miss Frances Johnston. 1172 Emerson avenue .....,.. 33.890
Mrs. Grace Murphy, 406 East Third South 32.3-10 (
Miss' Mona L. Davis, St. Anthony. Ida 31.560 i
Miss Marjorie Stallings, 358 East Fifth South 31.4S0
Mrs. IT. B. Carter, Idaho Falls, Ida . . . 30,220 j
Miss Emily Petersen, Twin Falls, Ida 30,140 j
Miss Stella Murray, Evanston, Wyo .Ju. . 30,100 j
Miss Louise Broberg, 167 North West Temple . 2S.-lS.0j
Miss Edna Foreman, Paris millinery store, city 23,110 ;
Miss Juanita Morrison, 760 Lake street 26,740 ;
Miss Daisy Pattinson, No. 1 Hawks court 26.210 j
Miss Margaret McNiehols, 328 West First South 25.5S0
Miss Dorothy Perkins, 36S East Sixth South 25.440
Mrs. Lee Chamberlain. 454 East Brigham 24,790
Mrs. A. IT. Little, rear 724 S. Fourth East 23.390
Miss Frances Shields, Park City, Utah f. 22.460
Mrs. D. E. Gleason. Ogden, Utah 21.420
Miss Milliccnt Lee, 417 South Sixth East " 21,210
Miss Mary Hatala, Kock Springs, Wyo 20,260
Mr. Thomas Himstrect, Caliente. Ncv. 20.100
Mrs, Lizzie Kirkham, Aucrbach store 1S,220
Mrs. M. B. nardic, 120 West Fourth South ' 1S;200
Miss Dorothy Sorcnson. 415 South Main street 17,4S0
Miss Frances Williams, Keith-O'Brien's store .-. . . 15.9S0
Mrs. A. W. Swensou, 409 Eighth avenue 15.S40
Miss Buelah Bacon, Eureka. Utah ; 15.4S0
Miss Lillie Laudie, ..Provo '. .... 15.400
Miss Maud Allen, Corinne, Utah .14,360
Miss Emma Phillips, 984 South Fifth East 14,360
Miss Annette ITcnrikscn, 225 Brigham street 14,260
Miss Dora Murdock, Theodore 12,3C0
Miss May Shelly. 125 South Eleventh East : . . 12,230
Mrs. Dora Brown, rear 258 East. Third South v 7,380
Mrs. David Anthony, 917 Euclid Avenue 6,320
Mrs. IT. NT. Gilbert, No. 2 Kendall square .: 5.S40
Miss Mary Arms, Salt Lako Photo Supply . 1.S90
Miss Elsie Fiudersen, 662 South Main street -. 1.260
Miss Jessie Conway, Stockton S40
Miss Ivy Wallace, Pocatello, Ida...; 240
111 TRIBUNE'S $5,080 GOLD fl
If CONTEST J.V
This Ballot is Good !or 10 Voles
If Placed in Ballot Box Before Sept. 13, 1908.
1H TRIBUNE'S $5,090 GOLD l
II CONTEST lH
rk Columbia Phonograph
Pfe Co. (General)
827-329 So. Main St. ,
Grapliophones, Records and Supplies.
Bell. IlDOo. Ind. 1013.
Only Exclusiro Talking Machine Ilouao j
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
! tig- -n , THE
Curious Compound Capsulc3 comblno
tho virtues of Big Q, Pabst O. K.. San
tal Pepsin, and sell for S1.25 a box.
Mall orders promptly attended to. Doull
Drug Co., Distributors, S38 Main St
Salt Lako City.
None genuine vMtnout tho trado mark
the Curious D.
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY. H IH
SALT LAKE OPERA CO. j fil ial
In the New Comic Opera I 'I J
'The Girl and the Governor." , 1 J
Jiy Julian Ed wanly. j m 'l jH
Direction of John J. McCIcllan. 1 J J jH
Prices Bvenlnp, "3c to ?1.00; mall- !
ncc, i'Sc to 73 p. t III 4 ll
NEXT ATTRACTION Jiff fl
FKIDAY AND SA'JTIinAY NEXT, ! B
Saturday Matinee -KTfl
Tho Glrlicst of Girl Shows '-71&I
THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE W
GIRL I ll
With JOHN E. YOUNG. V.- H
12 Sonps 550 Girls 1000 Laugh?. !
Prices. r.Oc to 32.00; matinee, CSc to :l-r il
$1.50. Sale today. E',; lH
Both Phones 3560. . UH
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE! ?i IH
Matinee every day except Sunday. '. tl
Bond and Benton. The Four Fords. J lH
Hayes and Johnson. Keeley Bros. -I IH
Ines and Takl. Noblctto and Marshall. , fl
Kmodromc. Orpheum Orchestra. j 4H
Prices Evening: 2Cc. 50c, 75c; Box f , " jl
Seats, $1. I i ;H
Matinee 10c. 25c, 50c; Box Scats, 75c. '! IH
All Seats Reserved. j
NEW LYRIC THEATRE I j 1 1
J. E. CLARK. Manager. 1
THE CAM ERAPHONE, j t
Moving pictures that talk and sins. 1 i ' fH
Special Bill for he week starting il
Sept. j 'J ' M
The Great Immortal Play, i 1 H
QUO VADIS ; ! ' B
The latest production of the j 'jH
THE CATCHING BROADWAY HIT. VJ Ijl
"The Girl I Met at Sherry's." il
TAYLOR AND HAND, ( ,
Vaudeville Artists. - 'jl
Scene In the Blacksmith Shop. fH
TWO FEATURE MOVING PICTURES , !
Afternoon. 2:30 to -1:30 10c. j jH
Evening. 7:30 to 11 10c and 20c. l SH
Children half price. I
REMEMBER! I ' I ljfl
THERE'S A BARGAIN MATINEE OF I ? Vl
Two Little Vagrants. ;
(Special permission Chas. Fro'nmnn.) j. .
AT 2:30 O'CLOCK TODAY AT THE j ,
GRAND THEATRE -1
15 and 25 Cents. -
TONIGHT AT 8:15. 'iH
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway. (
LAGOON ROUTE. '
Time table effective Sept. S. 190S. j ' , '
Trains leave Salt ' Trains leave Ogden !
Lake for Ogden and for Salt Lake and ' 1
Intermediate points Intermediate points J IH
4:4a a. m. 6:15 a. m. I I rj IH
S:30 a. m. S:35 a. ni. IH
11:00 a. m. 11:05 a. m. j tH
2:00 p. in. 2:05 p. in. i tM
4:30 p. m. 4:35 p. in. i ) rl
G:30 p. in. I G:35 p. ni. ! Hl
Through trains, with stopover privilege t
at Lagoon. '1
SIMON BAMBERGER. j f' 3
President and General Manager. A j
ORDER IT NOW! ,
Bell Phone 955. ) H
Independent 137. 5 :H
219 MAIN STREET. J ;
q Another lot of lunch sets $ !, H
now on sale 25c. , fjM
(I Phone 65 for the correct fl
time a I
jit luc erne .: lfH
Gordon Academy if II
Third East and Third South, Salt Lako ))
Will open for the new year Wedncs- ; , 'H
day, Soptembcr 9th. vH
A ChrlHtliui noliool. co-cducatlonal, . 'H
Gives the regular four years of high , iH
school and four yearn of preparatory 4. ; H
work, the Gth, 0th, "lh and Sth grades. p ,HH
Tho work Is standard. High scliool iU A oflH
diploma honored by higher Institutions '
unci eighth grade diploma by the public y-. i -H
high school. A boys' and a girls' dor- H
mltorv, each under supervision of a $ f 'JjM
member of the faculty. m 4H
For Information and rales apply to . -1
A. O. GOODALE, Principal.
TRIBUNE WANT J H
ADS GIVE Mt 'W