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M THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. 11 IjljH
feofe lntermountain Region
m III MADE TRUSTY
Confessed Mupderer of
Mmv Persons Allowed Lin
Holies at Idaho Pen.
ncr that Harry Orchard..
H?M miilty of tho murder of
r sS.ncbcrir.nd whohad
commuted to life impr.son
Ker having been sentenced lo
S beca made a trusty at tho
r,"rnd frnot even required to
Erf- It is also understood
S permitted to roam over the
SC, (ho prison in company with
ftftio and is given freedom
mwSJtnf of the common criminal
HJ eTSfln of which, the report
under the sanction. ot the
g'SSaniin0,,S state admimstra-
iKfrjt Trbat is bcinff.dpno at the
K.lr the peoplo ot Idaho may
HfThear of Orchard's escape at
gijnd if he does pet away it is
Hfimo that he will never be
MWaLii it is reported he has stated
IKb event he makes u get-away
HSfcto a foreign Inud. where he
'HRftof reach of the officers of
FROM GREEN RIVER
IVER, Sept. 0. "Tho nncst
western slope." Is the ver
wndrcds who have seen the
y in the Commercial club
Uway- The display is one
tver seen In the west. Here
the famous ten-to-the-y:ird
les that would make a fnmi
idona that a child could hide
th large enough to make- sov
Df pk'3. and delicious pears
ults. This is the result of
ration and care for the orch
s and watermelons were
I comers free of charge, and
r sale. Kvery one was given
i warned. The melon booth
rg6 of Mesdames McDonald
Rd the guests were served in
it truy by ihcso ladles,
lull team was taken down
tEc Green River boys in a
!5 to 5. and -in the afternoon
earn played the winner, but
jive a fine concert In the
il, and n dance concluded
3 for Labor day.
iperintendent Stinger, Assist
ant Ogg, Mr. McAfee ot
ar service, and Roadmaster
: visitors and guests of tho
club. Labor day.
ijd of Salt Lnko City is look
le Fan llafael property.
tL' has sold a one-fourth ln
i San Rafuel ranch to JnmcB
Mrs. Bert Soule of Grand
! visiting Mr. and Mrs. T3. F.
ot arrived in town today,
lo abandon .his automobile on
ir Wcstwatcr, "oifaceoiint of
I roueli roads, Mr. West is
Wer of the Green River Fruit
Jton Is visiting his brother,
i to invest In Green River
If: and wife of Gibson City.
In the city Frldny. unci ar
r ion. B, IT. Collier,
rntt lo in town looking over
i In the valley.
iV has returned from a sur
to UieBan Rafael country-
!AR CITY NEWS1
Up'". Sept. O.-Construction
new building on the normal
u?sKM Sod progress under
of Contractor Shaw. The
l open September 14, with a
of efficient teachers, and the
for a largo attendance.
, ''ephono company has com
CeRween this placo and
m u alt L?lte & 1105 AneeleB
f i20ir bra,nch,n5 out from
er interior nointa.
rL?i6nVs aga,n m running
L v.'int bccu 0llt of commls
v? rat flR a reS,,1L of Ulc
W!!?1 have recently been
,Wrces of the country
LV'B,cy, and have found
h nZ mi? This fact, to
l1',116 Probability of soon nav
WlimmJ? .th, l0adV nml Sub"
an,i Mih.ls "Ju8lng Cedar City
cn a bountiful year In this
abitror arc good, and
f aJ,1115 tribune.
2?TcmctScnt wafJ at tho
TEMPORARY OFFICE, CORNER TWENTY-FIFTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AVENUE, UNDER OGDEN STATE BANK. TELE
PHONE 111; OFFICE HOURS 8 A. M. TO 10:30 A. M., 6 P. M. TO 8 P. M.
CONFESSION IS MADE
II OGDEN ROBBERS
Chambers and Maguire Admit
That They Arc "flic Men
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Sept. 0. John Chambers and
John Mngulrc. two of the trio of hold
ups who were arrested last Friday "even
ing, after flgurincr in four robberies in
different portions of tho city, have made
a complete confession to Chief of De
tectives J. F. Pender. Thomas M. Den
ning, tho other hold-up, arrested at the
same tin!, ndmitted his guilt the
night, of Hie arrest and implicated the
The trio waived preliminary hearings
before Judge Murphy In the police court
Tuesdny morning, and wero hold to tho
district court, under ?500 bonds each.
They will probably bo brought before the
district court Wednesday, where they
hope to obtain a light sentence as con
sideration for their, pleading guilty.
Homo From Toledo.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Sept. . W. M. Bostaph and
Thomas Tjundy, members of the G. A- It.
from this city, returned Tuesday from
Toledo, O., after attending tho annual en
campment. Both am loud in their
praises of the kind treatment extended
tho delegates by tho people of Toledo,
and are proud of their part in the vic
tory won by Salt Lake City in securing
the next encampment for that city.
Not Up to Standard.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Sept. ft. The Sidney Stevens
Investment, company lias begun an action
In tho district court lo recover $420.50.
alleged to bo duo by the Hoover Plow
and Manufacturing company of Chicago.
Tho plaintiff asserts that a number of
plows wero bought from tho Chicago firm
which did not come "up to the purchase
contract, causing tho local company a
loss to tho amount claimed.
Mrs. Do Groot Called.'
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Sept. I). After several days'
Illness from leakage of tho heart, Mrs.
Nellie DeGroot died at tho home of her
son. John DoGroot, 10G West Twentieth
street, shortly after 2 o'clock Tuesday
morning. Deceased came lo this city
about six years ago from Holland, where
she joined the Mormon church. Her hus
band, William DeGroot, and six children,
Another Lecture Givon.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Sept. 9. Tho second of the
series of addresses which Dr. Charles B.
Morrcll is delivering to business men of
tho city, at the Ogden tabernacle, wTas
on the subject of "The Harmony of tho
Law of Sale," Tuesday evening. A largo
crowd was present and listened atten
tively , to the speaker's words.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Sept. 9. Dr. H. L. Stonecifer
and George F Carmen, both of thf
United Dental company, wero given a
continuance of their preliminary heating
In the police court, Tuesday morning, un
til their attorneys could bo present. Both
arc charged with practicing dentistry
without a certificate from the state den
Park City Brevities
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Sopt. 9. Tho funeral of
Jerry Shea, who died Sunday evening,
was held from tho Catholic church this
afternoon. Rev. Father Galllgan offici
ated. Uintah lodge No. 7, F. and A. M., en
tertained tho Masons and their families
and members of the Eastern Star last
night, at a dance and banquet. The ban
fiuet room was prettily decorated and the
spread was prepared bv Eugene Greene
of tho Elks club. Dr. Wilson was toast
master, and tho following toasts were
responded to: "Eastern Star," Mrs. John
Diem and Rod McDonald, "Tho Chapter,"
F. W, Sherman, ..the commander.
The programmo. rendered was as fol
lows: Piano solo, Miss Lucilc Tiift: vo
cal solo, Charles J, Ptisk; recitation,
Mrs JuliuQ Ffnnjccl; vocal solo, Dr.
Following the programme dancing was
indulged In. More than two hundred per
sons were present.
SMOOT MACHINE WINS
IN THE GARDEN CITY
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Sept. 9. The Republican pri
maries held this evening to elect dele
gates lo tho stato and judicial conven
tions resulted in a sweeping victory for
J. E. Booth and the Smoot mnchlno. Out
of the fourteen delegates to the judicial
convention, to be held here Soptcmber 11.
Booth will get ten and D. D. Houtz, four.
The Smoot machine was well oiled and
In good working order In all the wards
except the second, which Is in doubt.
The judicial delegation Is for the Smoot
machine. In the llfth they are all eccle
slasts President, of the stake Joseph H,
ICeclcr. president or the B. Y. university:
George 11. Brlmhall, superintendent of
public schools: L. E. Eggortuen and J. J.
Cramer. In flint ward the Insurgents
were out in force, but didn't get a look
in, they being beaten on every ballot. Tho
other delegates follow:
First ward D. D. Houtz, H. G. Blu
menthal. C. II. Ward.
Second ward Arthur Craven, David
Third ward Eph Homer, Joseph AV.
Dunn, George T. Judd.
Fourth ward E, E. Brown, Arthur
Taylor and A. I,. Booth.
Those nominated ita delegates to the
stato convention are as follows:
First ward D. D. Houtz. D. II. Thorn- j
aa, John W. Fairer.
Second ward Andrew Knudscn, J, W. ;
Third ward If. J. Rich, L. L. Nelson, !
5. P. Eggertsen. Mary .T. Vincent. i
Fourth ward J. II. Frlsby, Harvey i
Clnff. J. D. Dixon.
,-,FL.th,wnrd c A- Glazier. 11. S, Pyne,
Ii. 1. Jones and George S. Taylor. 1
Jn tho slat, delegation from the llfth
ward are two brothers-in-law of Reed
Smoot C. A. Glazier, state bank exam
iner, and George S. Tavlor.
Big Fruit Shipment,
Special lo Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Sept. 9 A special train of
twelve earn or fruit will leavo Provo at
12:30 lonlglit over the Rio Grundo for the
East. This is the tlrst full trainload of
fruit ever shipped out of Utah. ,
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NAME THEIR DELEGATES
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Sept. 9. With but. a few re
mote precincts in the county yet to hear
from, the result of tho Republican pri
maries, held tonight, to elect delegates to
the State convention, appears to be over
whelmingly carried by that portion of the
party which will support David Madsen
for the State tronsurcrshlp. Mr. Madsen,
i when seen, said Hint there are only four
of the delegates elected tonight whom he
regards as doubtful. Notwithstanding
this, Attorneys John E. Baglcy, George
Halvcrson and J D. Murphy, candidates
for tho office of attorney-general, de
clared themselves a-s being entirely sat
isfied with the result.
The. following delegates were elected:
First ward James B. McCracken,
Allen Collins. Jane L. Warn or, John E.
Bagley. William Moyes, Scth E. Thomas,
Socond ward A. II. Moyes, August
Carlson. E. W. Kennedy, John Contos,
Third ward William r:ralg. Albert
Powers, O. B. Madsen, Joseph W. Bailey,
Harvey P. Randall, David Jensen.
Fourth ward J W. Plncock. J. H.
Rceder, Jr., Roes Howell, Frnjik E. Grant,
F. J. Hendershot, F, W. Chambers,
Thomas Reid. E. M. Allison.
Fifth ward R. A. Moyes, E. T. Uu
lanlskl. T. 11. Davis. Dan Pugh, Carl
Allison. J. T. Coleman.
County districts reported as follows:
Roy II. C. Hanson. North Ogden
A. L. Toone and II. C. Chandler. Mar
riott George ' Hodgson. West Weber
Joseph Hong. Hooper M A. Childs and
A. D. Powers. Farr West R. L. Short.
Rlverdalc Joseph Fife. Birch Creek
Lee Richie. Randall George Randall.
Plain City Thomas England. Huntsvlllo
Jasper .Taspcrson, C. Fred Schady and
Andrew S. Allen.
At midnight several other districts had
failed to send In their reports.
New Theater Building.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 9- Plans arc being pre
pared by a local architect for tho erec
tion of a now moving picture theater,
which will bo located on Twenty-fourth
street, east of tho First National bank.
The building will be constructed by the
bank, and will bo of handsome design,
with modern Improvements.
Mohler With Harriman.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 9. General Manager
Mohler of the bnlon Pacific came In from
tho" east on Ills private car Tuesday
morning and after spending several hours
in th city returned with the Harriman
Given Severe Boating,
Special lo Tho .Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 9. Three men, believed
to huvc been bent on robbery, set upon
a man named Borgen, nonr the postof
flco on Grant avenue, Monday evening,
and gnve him a sevoro beating, ufter find
lng nothing of value In his pockets.
I W1LLARD BREVITIES
Special to The Tribune.
WILLARD. Sept. 9. Willnrd people are
pow very busy harvesting their Elherta
peaches. The crop Is especially heavy
this year, and the peaches are being sent
to eastern markets in very liberal quan
tities. The price for the crop is somewhat
lower this year than last, as tho grower
gets from 20 to CO cents per case With
in a few years all of the land between
tho Utah Hot Springs and Brlgham will
be an Elberla peach orchard, and traln
load.3 will bo shipped where cars arc
shipped at present.
The brick work has nearly been fin
ished on tho now power house, and light
and power will bo furnished by the last
Miss" Alta Kerr of Ora, Ida., Is visit
ing in Wlllard as a guest of George II.
William Jackson. Jr. hns returned to
his home In Lcwlston, Utah, after a short
Several Wlllard people took advantage
of tho excursion to Logan to visit tho
.u ' rI 4 . " "' j
4- VICTORIOUS MACHINES 4-
4- COMING BACK TO CITY 4-
4- Special to The Tribune. ?
4- THISTLE JUNCTION. Sept. 9.
4 The two automobiles that
4 reached Gunnison in tho onduranco 4
4 race left that place at 1:35 this 4
4 afternoon and reached here at -j
4 11:15 tonight. Tho cars mot with
4 no mishaps, except flat tires In 4
A Spanish Fork canyon, and each 4-
J has a perfect score. They will 4-
4 roach Salt Lake about 5 n. in.
4- Thursday. 4
AGREE TO ABIDE BY .
POPULAR VOTE FOR SENATOR
RENO. Nov.. Sept. 9 This afternoon
Chulrman Harry Humphries of tho Re
publican stato central commlttoH and
Chairman P. J. Somora of the Democratic
committee formally entered Into an
agreement binding the legislative can
didates of both parties to abldo hy the
popular vote for United States Senator.
The ngreoment recites that resolutions
wero passed by both conventions agree
ing to thin manner of procedure, and
stales that P. L. Flanlgan and F G.
Nuwlands are the candidates of the Re
publican and Democratic parties.
! GROWS HAIR
Cuticura Removes Dandruff and
Soothes Itching Scalps.
Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap,
end light dressings with Cuticura, nre
sr vent dry, thin and falling
fef!Sft hair, removo crusts, BcaJes,
Spi js?9 and dandruff, destroy hair
( vCifil parasites, fiootheJrritated,
XV i itching surfaces, stimulate
yyj kar follicles, loosen
KiLjyCStfT KcfllR skin, supply tho
WTVir roots with energy anil
nourishment, and make the hafr grow
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp
when all else fails. Cuticura Remedies
are guaranteed absolutely pure.
VERDICT OF THE JURY
IN ill iijEST
Inquisitors Say Physician Was
Murdered, but Only Recom
mend Holding Suspect.
OMAHA. Neb.. Sept. 9. "Dr. Fred
erick Ruslin came to his death by a
pistol shot fired, by a pcrcon unknown."
Is ihu verdict of tho coroner's Jury which
took up tho greater part of two days
hearing evidence. Tho jury recommended
that Charles E. Davis, who was yesterday
Implicated by Mrs. Abhle C. Rice, he held,
and that his conduct on the night of Sep
tember 1 bo thoroughly investigated.
Charles ID. Davis was taken Inlo cus
tody late this afternoon and Immediately
taken before Justice of the Peace Craw
ford, where, after arraignment, ho was
released on a bond signed by his brothers.
Today it was stated by Frederick F.
Davis, brother of the man under arrest,
that Charles E. Davis had been afflicted
for about thirteen years with spells of
Insanity, nnd that they bad como on him
periodically since that time.
Mrs. Abblo Rice, whose sensational
statement yesterday cnuscd the Jury to
Investigate the Davis story, Is also de
tained until furthor investigation can be
1 Flashes from the Wire
NEW YORK. Sopt. 9. The directors
of the Western Union Telegraph com
pany today declared a qunrterly dividend
of one-half of 1 per cent.
PITTSBURG, Sept 9. A claim of 1000
was tiled before Referee In Bankruptcy
Blair against Harry K. Thaw today by
Dr. Jackaon R. Campbell of New York.
LOS ANGELES, Se.pl. 9. John F. Der
knm, a motor cycle racer, who, while
practicing at Agricultural park track bo
fore tho races today lost control of his
machine and was thrown through a fence,
fracturing his skull, died tonight.
WINNIPEG, Sept. 9. Two hundred and
fifty locomotive engineers In the Canadian
Northern railway applied to the depart
ment of labor today for a board of con
ciliation to den! with Ihefr demand for an
Increased wago schedule.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 9. Lawrence O.
Murray, comptroller of the currency, In a
statement today regarding the closing of
tho Cosmopolitan National bank of Pitts
burg, said: "Judge F. F. Oldham, the
chief of tho insolvent division, whom I
sont to Pittsburg beforo the closing of
the Cosmopolitan National bank, has re
turned, and states that tho condition of
the bank Justllled its closing."
SNOW HILL. Md.. Sept. 9. Appeal has
been made to Governor Crothcrs by
Slate's Attorney Johnson for state aid
In preventing violations of tho oyster law.
which began In a wholesale manner yes
terday, when a fleet of more than 100
craft began Illegal oysterlng. The ovs
termen who have ben defying the law
are In an ugly mood and the police force
is Inadequate to copo with the situation.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept. 9. The na
tional Convention of postofflce clerks In
session here wont on record today in fa
vor of extending classified civil service
to clerks of first and second-class offices,
regardless of city delivery. A resolution
condemning the promotion of carriers to
supervising positions in the money order
and registry departments, instead of pro
motions of clerks in these departments to
such positions was rejected.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Sopt Ji.v-Thc
mombors of tho national committee on
the conservation of natural resources has
been given one day at the Transmlssls
slppl Commercial congress, which meets
a I San Francisco; October C-10. Presi
dent J. B. Case of Abilene, Kan., todav
received from Washington acceptance of
the committee's part on the programmo
and It Is expected the entire committee
will meet in San Francisco.
HELENA, Mont.. Sept. 9. A fierce fac
tional right developed here tonight In the
Republican primaries between United
States Senator Thomas II. Carter and
Mayor Frank E. Edwards. Carter' won
in all wards except tho first, by a volo
of about two to one, and consequently
will control tho county convention, which
meets next Wednesday. The Republican
state convention will meet here Septem
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. Better literature
for children and the substitution of genu
ine fun for "the coarse, vulgar tvpe now
so prominent," wero advocated bv Miss
Maud Summers of Cincinnati, In "nn ad
dress today beforo tho Playground Asso
ciation of America. Miss Summers's ad
dross was delivered in connection with a
conference on "story telling In tho play
grounds." which she conducted. She as
sailed the comic sections of metropolitan
Sunday newspapers and said she regards
It as of the utmost Importance that tho
picture or story for children shall havr
at its heart a spiritual truth a right mo
tive. BUTTE. Mont.. Sept. 9. Representa
tives of tho freight departments of the
Northern Pacific. Great Northern, and
Oregon Short Lino, nil of which roads are
ailllinted with the Montana Demurrage
association, and of tho Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul, which will become a
member of tho association soon, hold their
semi-annual meeting today. The demur
rage bureau fixes switching tariffs and
the charge for exceeding tho time limit
In either the loading or unloading of cars
Its purpose being to reduce to a minimum
the number of Idlo empty cars. It is
said that thero were no changes In the
rules or regulations at this meeting
DEBS IN CALIFORNIA:
RIVERSIDE, Cal.. Sept. 9. Eugene V
Debs arrived hero at 9:.10 this morning
nnd spoke to a crowd of 300 at the Sunta
Fo station. He was preceded bv A. M.
Simons, odllor of tho Chicago Socialist.
Dobs spoko for twenty-live minutes, dur
ing which time ho took occasion to de
nounce both the Republican and Demo
cratic parties, and advocated Socialism
as the only salvation for the working
man. His special train left here at 10:2u
for San Dlcgo. where he spoke tonight.
This woman says tfiat sick
women should" not fail to try
Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound as she did.
Mrs. A. Gregory, of Lawrence
St, Denver, CoL, writes to Mrs.
"I. -was practically an invalid for six
vears, on account of female troubles,
I underwent an operation hy the
doctor'6 advice, but in a few months 1
was worse than before.. A friend ad
vised Li'dia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla
Compound and it restored me to perfect
health, such as I have not enjoyed iu
many years. Any woman suffering as
I did with backache, bearing-down
paina, and periodic pains,should not fail
to tise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
FACTS TOR' SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink,
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
Btandard remedy for female ills,
nnd has positively cured thousands oi
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic paina, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion, dizziness ornervous prostration.
Why don't you tiy it ?
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She has ffuided thousands to
health. Addueiis, Lynn, Mass. ,
SWISHER FORCES WIN
WEST VIRGINIA FIGHT
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. The involved
political situation in West Virginia, whore
the factions led respectively by Arnold
Sclierr. now serving a second torm as
auditor, and Charles R. Swisher, secre
tary of state, havo each been claiming
recognition as the only regular and au
thorized representative of the regular Re
publican organization, was cleared today
by the recognition ns a regular ticket of
tho convention presided over by Represent
ative Joseph II. Gaines, loader of the
Swisher forces. The fight had been car
ried up to Chairman Frank H. Hitchcock,
who appointed National Committeemen
W. L. Ward. T. Dupont and Charles F.
Brooker as a subcommittee to hear both
sldos and pass on the respective merits ot
the claims advanced.
DEATH TRAP BUILT
BY BOYS AT PLAY
CHICAGO. Sept. 9. A death trap, built
by boys at play collapsed on Its makers
yesterday, killing ono of them, fatally In
juring a socond and .seriously Injuring a
third. The victims were boys II and 15
years of age. sons of prominent residents
of Hammond, lnd. Tho tragedy was duo
to the falling in of a envo they had cx
cavatod In the pralrlo near their homes.
Harry Rlcketts, 15 year old, son of
Thoman Rlcketts, a contractor, was dead
whon his father, ono of the first to ar
rive on the scene, dragged him from tho
Louis Mott, 15 years old, son of Fred
Mott. former mayor of Hammond, cannot
Clifford Hudson, 14 years old, son of
R. W. Hudson, supprlntendent of the
Stnndnrd Steel Car company, may die.
-i- TAKES OATH IN COURT ?
f NOT TO TAKE LITE
4- NEW YORK, .Sept. 9. Thore
r was a strange oath taken in tho v
night court this moruine:, when v
Frederick W. Scucker of Pleas-
anlvillc, X. Y.. raised his right
hand and faced Magistrate Tor- 4
"Do you swear before God t
not lo kill yourself?" asked tho
"1 do," answered Scucker.
"You are discharged.' ' -I-
v Scuekor made throats earlier -r
in the evening to take his life n
I- and was arrested. When sir- -r
-r raigncd in the night court
r Scucker declared ho had changed v
-r his mind, but Magistrate Corri-
-I gun required an oath that ho
; -I- would not carry out his threat 'V
, of self -destruction. j.
REPUBLICAN LEADERS ANALYZE I
RESULT OF HUGHES TEST VOTE
NEW YORK. Sept. 9. Chairman Wood
ruff of tho Republican state committee,
in a statement Issued today on the re
sult of the primaries held In Greater New
York yesterday, said:
"The magnitude of the opposition thus
far manifested to Governor Hughes in
Vow York, and particularly In Kings
county, cortalnlv Justifies tho position
which I have taken, that we should havo
awaited the gathering of tho delegates
at Saratoga lo enlighten us as to tho
actual situation In all the assembly dis
tricts which arc the unit of representa
tion. I have, of course, recognized the
very largo and eurnest sentiment In his
favor among many classes and the very
best clnssos of Republicans, but could not
be blind to the opposition which, for the
first time, was made evident yesterday
to tho public."
Robert Parsons, chairman of tho Now
York county Ropiibllcau committee, suild
this morning that an nnolysls of the volo
In this county shows a large majority
THEIR MYSTIC SESSIONS
CHICAGO. Sent. 9. The Concatenated
Order of Hoo-Hoos. a fraternal and so
cial lodge of the National Lumbermen's
association, began Its seventeenth annual
convention here today with Impressive
ceremonies. The dale and Hie hour for
the beginning of the three-days' conclave
were chosen with an eye to mysticism,
being tho ninth day of tho ninth month at
9:09 a. m. When the gavel fell 21.000
members of the order wero recorded as
being present, though tho number ac
tually In attendance was in the neighbor
hood of 1500. Tho others were regarded
as present under the rules of the order,
which require every member who cannot
attend personally to send a letter or tele
gram stating his whereabouts and his rea
sons for being absent.
Today's business session was short and
of a perfunctory nature.
In favor of tho nomination of Governor
Hughes. Mr. Parsons gave It as his
opinion that Governor Hunhos would have
the support of a large majority of the
delegates from New York county lo the
stale Republican convention. While the
test vote was made In only nine assembly
districts in Now York county, Mr. Par
sons said ll wus qnlto apparent that there
is strong Hughes sentlmenl among a cer
tain clement which votes the Republican
ticket. It was shown also, he said, that
Hums Is hitler opposition to tho governor
In certain quarters, notably In those sec
tions of the city where foreign born citi
zens predominate. In tho solected dis
tricts of Kings county the net vote'agalnst
the governor's renomlnatlon was more
than two to one.
There are many who are not Inclined
to accept yesterday's voting In ihe scat
tered districts as Indicative of sen I Intent
throughout tho greator city. One of th"
points made Is that nothing llko ihe mil
volo was brought out. ,
CHANGES MADE IN
Shippers Must Now Put From
1000 to 10,000 Pounds Extra
on Each Car.
A fow days ago The Tribune called
attention to the fnct that tho Western
classification committee at its last meet
ing at Mauitou had made 'Several
changes in the schedule that had uausod
extensive changes in shipping condi
tions throughout the West. By chang
ing the minimum weight for cnrload
lots of about. 500 of the 700 articles
that am on the railroad classification
Jist the committee has brought about
"this result. The changes become ef
fective November 1. .
A correspondent of the New York
Commercial, referring to the matter,
There was no mutcrlal alteration In
rates, the committee' having no power to
change rates. The minimum carload
weights of tho articles in question were
raised variously from 1000 to 10,000
pounds, which will force tho shipper to
ship or order larger lots than formerly
I to obtain the advantago of the carload
1 rate, which Is always considerably lower
than the Iess-than-carload rale.
Railroad officials state, that the changes
were not made primarily to Increase their
rovenue, but In order to decrease the
number of cars it Is necessary lo haul.
They contend that experience has taught
them that the articles In the classifica
tions altered can easily be shipped In
larger lots than has been the custom
under the old classification.
Among the aj-tlcles altered are bricks,
machinery, canned goods of all kinds,
fish, oysters. Iron and steel products, su
gar and mnny other articles of dally use.
That provision of the classification
schedule making it necessary for shippers
to pay an advance of 20 per cent on the
freight rate unlcfis the merchandise Is
shipped specially at shippers risk, which
has never been strictly enforced, was
stricken from the ochedule. New rules
wore also adopted to compel more secure
packing of certain frail articles of mer
chandise before they will be accepted for
ll, P. Thrall, mall traffic manager for
the Harriman lines, with hondquartors at
Chicago. wa3 In the city Wednesday for
a few hours.
J. G. Doollttlo. general agent for the
Rock Island -Frisco lines, has gone to
Idaho on business.
The Denver & Rio Grande brought iu
the Buffalo Bill show from Provo.
Wednesday morning. In two sections. Tho
show occupies forty-six cars. The run
from Provo was made In less than two
hours, and both sections were cxceptlon
Nature Gives Timely Warnings That
No Salt Lake City Citizen Can
Afford to Ignore.
DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from
the kidney secretions. They will warn
you when the kidnej's arc sick. Well
kidnej's excreto a clear, amber fluid.
Sick kidneys send out a thin, pale nnd
foamy, or a thick, red, ill-smelling urine,
full ot sediment and irregular of pass
age. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from
the back. Back pains, dull and heavy,
or sharp and acute, tell ou of sick
kidneys and wnrn you of the approach
of dropsy, diabetes and Bright 's dis
ease. Doau 's Kidney Pills cure sick
kidnej's and cure them permanently.
Here's Salt Lako City proof:
Mrs. M. J. Steven, living at 1217
West Third South street, Salt Lako
City, Utah, says. "For over thirty
years I suffered fromkidney complaint,
and there havo been times when I really
thought that I would have to givo up.
My back ached almost constantly, the
socretions were irregular in nction, and
I suffered from headaches, bolng often
so dizzy that I could not attend to my
household duties. A last I learned of
Doau's Kidney Pills and procured a
box at F. .7. Hill's drug store. I am
now feeling better than I have in a
long time, and trust that others may
learn of tho curative powers of Doans
Kidney Pills through my indorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fo8tor-MIllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agents for the United
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no other.
I Feet I
9 Make your tired, burning feet
e glad with our foot powder. It e
quickly relieves perspiring, aching
and tired feet, Keeps the feet cool,
hoalthy and comfortable.
Put up In sprinkle top bottles.
i 25c Eacti
9 (Dellvored anywhere.)
i DRUG CO. i
? Cor. 2nd So. and State Sts. ;
e e o Q9 0 B 0 9 e o a 9 o e
Is healthy .nnd invigorating. Good j
tea will strengthen both the brain j
and body. Good tea will drive away j
care and bring sunshine into your j
lives but get good tea. poor tea is '
dear at any price. Ask for '
of course, as Ihero is no better tea '
on the market at even twice the
TRIBUNE WANT ADS PULL
About "That II
Good Coal" ' IB
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If you ever heard of I
anyone that was dlssat- jH
isfle?. with "That Good . -
t Coal," it -was their own
fault, because they were j
entitled to havo"thc coal . J jH
changed or thoir money ;a
hack if wo'tl known it. M
161 MEIGHN ST. : '
U. S. A. jH
TONIGHT POSITIVELY LAST
TIME. . JH
SALT LAKE OPEEA 00. i j j -M
In the New Comic Opera !
"The Girl and the Governor." H :fl
By Julian lid wards. ; , .
Direction of John .1. McClellan. -
Prices Evening, 25c to 51,00; mall- x i 'H
nee, 25c to 75c. H
NEXT ATTRACTION M
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT,
The Glrliest of Girl Shows I-
THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE 3'' '
With .TOIIN E. YOUNG. ' .
12 Songs r.0 Girls JflOO Laughs. " '
Prices. 50c to $2.00: matinee, 25c to U jH
$1.50. Sale -
September 17, 18 and 19 '
MATINEE SATURDAY, Sept. 19. lH
F. M. Agostlnl and P. L, Lynwood t- 1 !H
Salt Lake's Fall j ,
Carnival mi Terp- j j fl
sf dioreaR ' Melange ' j H
BEST SOLOISTS IN UTAH, Jtf
500 Singers; 1500 Dancers.' J ' . jH
Enlarged Orchestra, John J. McClellan, '
Director. ' jjH
CHANGE OFx PROGRAM NIGHTLY. ' ' ' IH
Seats on sale Tuesday, Sept. 15, 10 i
a. m. Prices. 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50. JH
Both Phones 3qG9. . 'H
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE! i
Matinee every day except Sunday. J fl
Bond and Benton. Tho Four Fords. -"'lB
Hayes and Johnson. ICeeley. Bros. 1 H
InosandTakl. Noblettc and Marshall. f jH
KJnodromc Orpheum Orchestra.
Prices Evening: 25c, 50c, 75c; Box '
Scats, $1, . 1)H
Matinee 10c. 25c, 50c; Box Seats, 75c. f
All Soats Reserved. j , '
AMP TIE MM M
Two Little Vagrants. r fl
(Special permission Chas. Frohman.) I
By the GRAND STOCK CO. 1 4H
Always the Same Popular Prices. i ' jjll
Next Week "CAM1LLE." t ,' jJ
I NEW LYRIC TiEOTE ; W
J. E. CLARK. Manager. J
THE CAMERAPHONE, j ;
Moving pictures that talk and sing. ' ,H
Special Bill for tho week starting (
The Great Immortal Play, I
quo vapis j Am
The latest production of the . ''
THE CATCHING BROADWAY HIT, 1 I
"The Girl I Met at Sherry's." 4
TAYLOR AND HAND, 1 .T '
Vaudovlllo Artists. ! ?A tlH
Scene In the Blacksmith Shop. , ! 4 -jAVAl
TWO FEATURE MOVING PICTURES I j fH
Afternoon, 2:30 to -1:30 10c. i
Evening. 7:30 lo 11 10c and 20c r
Children half price, )
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway. ' j
LAGOON ROUTE. !
Time table effectivo Sept. S, 100S. ) I
Trains leavo Sail Trains leave- Ogden VllYAI
Lake for Ogden and for Salt l.uke a lid rl ilBflVJ
Intermediate points I Intermediate points -iiBVAl
-1:15 a. m. I CAT, u. in. aBH
S 30 a. m. I S:35 a. m. iIBA
11:00 a. in. I 11:05 a. in. - IflBH
2:00 p. ill. 2:05 p. in. y IiBH
-1:30 p. m, 1:35 p, in. ) 11 1
6:30 p. m. i)-.35 p. m- ! I'BBpJ
Through trains, with stopover privilege IflVAl
aL Lagoon. 3flflH
' SIMON BAMBERGER, j (iWM
President und General Manager. j
n. Columbia Phonograph l Til
827-329 So. Main St. fyjl
Graphophones, Records and Supplies. ' j H
Bell. :?P9o. Ind. 1GL1. It 'MWm
Only Exclusivo Talking Machine House f H 3 -IH
in State. J f t J jH