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M THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. .7 Kl
fcrj5lli)TPIE TOR UTAHNS
I ;f OR VOTERS
r. er 1
"fwte convention. To -f
t SeptemDer 2S. T
iity-At Ogden, Sep- v
trict-At Deseret, Sep- -r
-let-At Logan, Sep-
itrlct-At Provo. Sep- v
M-M Mllford., Sep- 4-
strict At Price. Sep- 4
tic CONVENTIONS, f
Logan. smb" e2p2' 2
County At Salt Lake, ?
t County Primaries, 4
mty At Vernal. Sep- y
Qty At Provo. Sep- f
county At Hcbcr. j
cratlc Senatorial. 4
i Senatorial. Fifth 4
Park City. Septem- 4-
. Democratic Judicial.
hi DUtrlct At Salt Lake, 4
tote 15. 4
rtiTUtrict-At Provo. Sep- f
ndh'Dlstrict At Salt Lake, X
Canoty-At Tooele City, f
.joiiaj-BtTi B. Hey wood. Judge
Sreet, WiUard Snyder. E. B.
C B of the House Eugene XV.
w P Armstrong. Tony Jacob
JMft McCirn, Adolph Richter. Fred
0MBi A Fred XVoy, XX'. J. Barrett,
JMglR,Gtflr5e J. Gibson. Lew H.
lll-B'Cbrk-Frank It Chrlstensen.
""jr, Treasurer J. XV. Edmunds,
MMwnion, Henry Catrow.
-.-r Alitor "Doc" Norrell. Harry
ljHKaor-Baniey B. Qulnn. A.
-tv-A J. Charon, Mike
fllBf, Aaflrcw J. Joynt
1 S"l3!orrrL- - Wight.
Mn,??u:!o5cr (two 10 elect)
w,.tffl?flffl'.J- E. McGlnty, Fred
llW'.Kl0' Jcohson, C. D. Rook-
F?6 Bourranl. Dominic Burns.
3 r Da"er. Dana T.
faeSIB. t Pea,cc W. S. Dalton. F.
"'F". Joseph G. Cecil, James A.
5r!BiTOm ?Wler' Jamcs Vlctch.
r !S' Bep,ibiican state-
vB'sLH16 suPremo court XV. M.
en4Ki ,M- A. Breoden,
iw-irai Salt i.ako county.
' AfmEfoTp'SS1, .nowcl' Cache
5 W r P Chrlstensen, Salt Lake
JBiHxfcouTv Un'tCd StatCS
tfrJt1 T,nse'' Juab
1 IBZ'J1'1?11 county.
,VK,8nSfh,dc Matt8n. Weber
. AHto itIU1' Sann5le county; H.
teiPKf: bt?h county.
j0rlx' Tooe, coun-
t"K f J. KoblnRon and XVII-
Sieni 5 "clJ?r county.
IK; preBent Incumbent, San-
.MAjcing, Margahtt Zano
XVItcher, XV. II. Farnsworth, Fred Baa
sett. Treasurer J. A. Groesbcck.
Auditor Frank Heglnbotham, John
Attorney Job P, Lyon, XVillard Han
son. Sheriff J. C. Sharp, J. Smith, Peter S.
Condy, S. Naylor.
Recorder J. J. Myers, Roscoe VJgus,
Fred J. A. Jnquep.
Commissioner XV. M. XVlIson, J. C. J
Mackay, W. Miller.
Assessor Amos Gabbott.
Church Pepublicnns of Salt Lake
City and county will hold their pri
mnrics Tlmrsda3- nicbt to select dele
gates to the state convention. The
church Republican committee has de
ing the primaries. Tbo hour is from S
to 9 o'clock:
First district S06 East Tenth South.
Second Elmer's greenhouse, HBO Ken
Third 920 Lincoln avenue.
Fourth 805 East Seventh South,
Fifth (55S East Sixth South.
Sixth Second ward meeting house.
Seventh 652 South Fourth East. ,
Eighth Ed Stromncss shop, 747 South
N'inth McDonald store, 3S East Fourth
Tenth 547 South Third East.
Eleventh Basement ountv building.
Twelfth 515 Brldport street.
Thirteenth 722 East Fifth South.
Fourteenth 925 East Fifth South.
; Fifteen 529 South Eleventh East.
Sixteenth Cottrcll's store, 76 Mead
Seventh 120S South Eighth XX est.
Eighteenth Uintah school. Eighth and
Ninth South. Eleventh and Twelfth XVest.
Nineteenth Rear fifth ward amusement
Twentieth 669 South XVest Temple
Twenty-first Annex seventh ' ward
Twenty-second 354 West Fifth South.
Twenty-third 501 South Eighth XVest.
Twenty-fourth Residence H. Alma Rie
ser. 444 XVest Fourth South.
Twenty-fifth 325 South XVest Temple.
Twenty-sixth 304 Dooly block.
Twenty-seventh Young Men's Republi
can club. Atlas block.
Twenty-eighth 26S XVest Second South.
Twenty.nlnth 820 West Second South.
Thirtieth Eighth South and Tenth
Thirty-first 4S-50 basement Miller fiats.
Thirty-two 56 North Second XVest.
Thirty-third 64 North Fifth XVest.
Thirty-fifth 402 North First XX'est.
Thirty-sixth Irvine school.
Thirty-seventh 619 XX'est Fourth North.
Thirty-eighth 39 Rosella street.
Thirty-ninth Residence J. C. Sandberg,
Fortieth 705 North First XX'est.
Forty-first 17 Canyon rond.
Forty-second Twentieth ward amuse
Forty-third 51S Sixth avenue.
Forty-fourth 414 Second avenue.
Forty-fifth 673 Sixth avenue.
Forty-sixth 6S3 Third avenue.
Forty-seventh Residence J. A. DeVal
ley. 1133 First avenue.
Forty-eighth 54 South Twelfth East.
Forty-ninth 946 East Second South.
Fiftieth 210 South Seventh East.
Fifty-first Store. 530 East First South.
Fifty-second Drug- store corner Second
South and Third East.
Fifty-third Dlehl's courtroom, city hall.
Fifty-fourth I X L furniture store,
Fifty-sixth XX'Indor ward house.
Fifty-seventh Scott's schoolhouse. 14
South Fifth East.
-nty-ninin soutn uottonwood ward
Sixty-first Residence John Richardson,
Sixty-second Big- Cottonwood ward
Sixty-fourth Half way house Parley's
Sixty-fifth Butler ward house.
Sixty-sixth Residence Charles Denney,
Sixty-seventh City hall, Sandy.
Sixty-eighth Residence Samuel Perry,
Sixty-ninth Granite ward house.
Seventy-flrst-r-Crescent ward house.
Seventy-third BlufTdalo ward house.
Seventy-fourth Herrlman ward house.
Seventy-seventh Bishop's store house.
Seventy-ninth Taylorsvlllo assembly
Eighty-sixth Brighton ward house.
Eighty-seventh Resldenco J. C. Mad
son. XX'hlteman avenue.
Eighty-eighth Central nchoolhousc,
Eighty-ninth Old farm house. Forest
Ninty-second Lark schoolhouee. Bing
ham. Ninety-sixth Bathouse, Garfield.
Ninety-seventh Burton school, 1900
For districts not mentioned in the above
list the polling places have not yet been
announced. There are ninety-eight dis
tricts in all, numbered consccutlvolj.
Regarding the row in tho Seventh
judicial district, the Emery County
Noxt Saturday the Seventh Judicial Re
publican convention Is to be hold at Price.
Upon the action of that meeting will de
pend whether the Judge and attorney of
this district for the next four years will
be Republicans or Democrats. The Prog
ress has no favorite candidate for Judge,
but at the present writing it looks n
Is a ncrx'c-xvrccking disease. It
affects the xvhole ncnrous system.
When the heart, lungs or stom
ach is xveak, it is sure to leave it
in a bid condition. These after
effects are really more serious
that the disease. Dr. Miles' Nerv
ine should alxvays be taken to
strengthen and build up the nerv
"I had a long spell of the grip which
weakened my stomach and brought on
extromo nervousness. I was miserable
for monthn. I bought a bottle of
Dr. Miles' Nervine' and a box of the
Nerve and Liver Pills and I hadn't taken
ona bottle before I began to feel bettor
My stomach grew ntronger and my
bowels finally got back to their normal
condition." MRS. G O. TUORNBURQ.
North Baltimore, Ohio
'f first bottle falls to boneflt. money back
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, ll0.
though Albert Chrlstensen will bo the
nominee, ho having defeated G. A. Iverson
at the Mantl primary last Saturday by a
vote of 191 to 195. Dispatches to Che
Salt Lake City papers state that Iverson
has laid .down. The sensational feature
of the week Is the publication of a let
ter that XXr. D. Livingston Is sending to
his friends throughout the district, In
which tho former nomlneo for Judge
states that should Chrlstensen bo nomi
nated he (Livingston) will feel Inclined
to work for his defeat, charging Chrls
tensen with having contributed largely to
his (Livingston's) defeat four years ago.
Mr. Livingston states he would prefer to
see Messrs. M. E. XX'oods. Lewis Larson.
James Cherry or Ephralm Hansen nomi
nated for Judge.
The Progress docs, however, have a fa
vorite candidate for the district attorney
in the person of tho present incumbent.
Judge F. E. XX'oods. XX'o not only favor
him for the office because he Is an east
ern Utah man (and thus the logical can
didate for that office, conceding Sanpete
county entitled to the higher salaried of
fice), but for the further reason that
ne is by far the best qualified aspirant
for the offlce the man who can deliver
tho goods. Ho is now serving his first
term and his record as a prosecuting at
torney Is p.no himself and friends can
pplnt to with pride. Ho has won about
SO per cent of the cases ho has tried
before juries, and some of them havo
been hard ones. There Is no one. who
disputes the fact that District Attorney
F. E. XX'oods has faithfully discharged
tho duties of his office. Therefore. In
consonance with all political ethics rec
ognized as sound, Mr. XX'oods Is entitled
to a second term as a reward for splen
did service and as a guarantee that the
criminal affairs of tho district will be '
competently handled for the next four
years. There are rumors that some over- '
zealous and unwlso Sanpete county poli
ticians are advocating the overthrow of
Mr. XVoods and tho pilfering of his office
for a Sanpete man, thus hogging tho
whole thing. Our advice to them is to
forgot it. Their coarse work four years
ago resulted In defeating Mr. Livingston,
right in hla awn county. Have they
never road or heard of President Rooso
yolt'3 admonition about a "square deal?"
Isn't the muddle they havo created In
Sanpeto county bad enough?
Judrje E. D. Hoce announces his can
didacy for city judge, beforo tho Ameri
can cttj- convention.
Don't be afraid to rjivo Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to your children.
It is intended especially for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough, and
it is tho best medjeiuo made for these
diseases. For sale by all druggists.
A new mining company was launched
XX'edncsday morning In the filing with
tho county clerk of articles of Incorpor
ation of the New Eldorado Mining com
pany of Salt Lake City, with a capital
stock of $600,000. divided into as many
shares of $1 each, of which 300,000 shares
aro treasury stock. The incorporators
aro Thomas Sherry of Grouse Creek.
George XX'. Morso of Park City and Sam
S. Porter. Fred C. Dern and Jamcs C.
Dick of Salt Lake City. Tho officers are:
Thomas Sherry, president; Sam S. Por
ter, vice-president, Fred C. Dern. sec
retary and treasurer. Tho new compuny
will exploit several mining claims situ
ated in the Ashbrook district In Box El
The Monroe Light, Power and Milling
company of Monroe. Sevier county, filed
articles of Incorporation with tho secre
tary of state, with a capital of 525,000,
divided Into as many shares of SI each.
The officers are: John Manson, presl- j
dent; J. H. Erlckson. vice-president; i
Jens N. Jcppson, secretary and treasurer.
The concern takes over oy purchase 1G0
acres of land In Sevier county and oth
er property consisting of un electric light
plant and a grist mill.
Carpenters for intorior finishing. Ap
ply 3rd So,, between 4th and 5th East
Official Call of American Party State Convention
The American part' of the state of
Utah will convene in mass convention
at tho Salt Lake theater, Salt Lake
City, Utah, at. S o'clock p. m., Monday,
September 28. for the following pur
poses: To nominate candidates for:
Secretar3' of state.
Justice of tho supreme court.
State superintendent of public in
struction. Attorney genoral.
One representative to tho Congress of
the United States.
To indicate a choice of candidate for
tho Unitod States Senate if the conven
tion shall deem advisable, and to trans
act such other business as shall lawftilly
come before the convention.
All electors of the state of Utah with
out reference to former political affilia
tions who believe in tho principles of
the American party as heretofore pro
mulgated, and who are opposed to tho
practice of polygamy, unlawful cohab
itation and kindred offenses, to eccle
siastical interference in politics and
church commercialism, aro eligible to
participate in tho proceedings of said
Dated Sept. 5, 1D0S.
I WILLARD F. SNYDER,
I Chairman Stato Committee
P. J. DALY,
1 Secretary Stato Committee
JSf OWING to the volume of business on I
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MM ne da Thursday, September 10 so I
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.Pentomorrow, Friday, September 11. J
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IN SALT LAKE THEATERS. X
2 SALT LAKE THEATER "Tho
Girl and the Governor." By the h
4 Salt Lake Opera company.
Evening, S:15. 4
? GRAND THEATER "Two Little A'
4 Xragrants," by the Grand Stock
f company. Evening, S:15.
X ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
4- vaudeville. Matinee, -':15. Even- 4"
4 ing. 8:15. Jf
? LYRIC THEATER Camcraphonc. ?
j Moving talking pictures. Mati-
nee, 2.15. Evening, 7:30. 4
4 t t t ,.,,,,,..., T
Lovers of good music and fun com
bined will miss their opportunity If they
fall to attend the last performance of
"The Girl and tho Governor" by tho Salt
Lako Opera company -this Thursday
i night. It will be the last performance of
what Is claimed to be the best production
yet given by this locnl company. No re
turn engagement will bo given, as tho
dates at the theater aro all taken. On
Monday next the company will go to
Provo for a matlneo and evening per
formance. Logan will be visited Tues
day, and XXrcdnesdny will sco tho last
of tho opera In two performances nt
Ogden. The material will then be re
turned to XVltmark & Sons in New York,
who own tho rights to the production.
One of tho comedy complications In i
"Tho Time, the Place and the Girl" is
formed when all the principal characters j
find themselves marooned In n sanitarium i
or "rest cure" by order of tho quarantine t
authority. They organize a common
wealth, with one of the members as gov
ernor, and much fun Is Inspired by the
Incipient mutinies wliloh are developed
by his rebellious subjects. The possibili
ties of this situation include the spirited
secession from the governor's rule by the
young woman whom he desires to marry.
Tho record-breaking success will be soon
at the Salt Lako Theater tomorrow night.
XX'hllc XX'llllam .looser, tho leading man
of the stock company at the Grand, Is
not appearing In the prlnclpul rolo of the
exciting drama being presented this week,
his work as Lc RtMiard, thu leuder of a
band of thieves and villains. Is excellent,
and his direction of the production has
resulted In a smooth, nvlft-runnlng play. I
Tho piece Is realistically staged, and i
some unique effects are to be seen. Tho i
attraction next week wlH bo "Camllle." ,
Tho Orphoum seems to have struck a '
popular chord with this week's bill. Tho
S. R. O. sign has dono servlco every
night, and tho matinees have had heavy
patronage. Frederick Bond and Miss
Fremont Benton are the topllncrs with
their amusing and entertaining sketch,
"Handkerchief No. 16." In this playlet
Miss Benton wears that wonderful croa- ,
tlon tho dlrectolre gown. All tho other
acts are more than worth while, espe- ;
dally the excellent dancing of the Four i
Fords. Tho bill runs all week, with i
matinee daily. j
DO YOU WANT TO GET RICH?
Tf so, buy npplo orchard land nt
Trenton, Cache Valley. Utah. It will
pa.v 200 per cent yearly. Your money
back, with 6 per cent interest, at the
end of tho first 3'car if you dou 't like
TKENTOX LAND & INVESTMENT
212-213 Judge Building.
A COURSE OP STUDY
At a meeting in State Superintendent of
Schools A. C- Nelson's office. XVednes
day. of the committer on the course of
study for high schools of the Stato In
cities below the first and second class, a
course of studv modeled after the Uni
versity of Utah high school course was
This courso Includes algebra. English,
one foreign language, general history,
physical geography, bookkeeping, domes- I
tic and mechanical arts and art. In the ,
first year's work; plane geometry. Eng- ,
llsh. zoology or botany, one foreign Ian- i
guage, English history, mechanical draw
ing, domestic art, mechanical arts, physl- j
cal geography, bookkeeping and art for
the second year; English' C, algebra. H.
solid geometry, elementary agriculture,
chemistry, physics, American history and
civics, ono or more foreign langungcs,.
domestic science, mechanical arts, music
and mechanical drawing, for tho third
year; and English D. chemistry, physics,
ancient history, American history and
civics, ono or more foreign languages,
elementary agriculture, household eco
nomics, plain trigonometry, review al
gebra, descriptive astronomy, geology,
economics, physiology, psychology, oral J
expression, mechanical arts and music, In
tho fourth year. i
CONVICT KILLED IN
ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Sept. 9. Two
convicts In tho Stato prison at Folsom
mado a break for liberty today shortly
beforo noon. They were fired upon bv
two of tho prison guards and ono of the
convicts. A. Barrett, serving a ten-year
sentence, was killed, tho rlilo ballot pass
ing through his head. His companion,
whose nunin the prison authorities will
not clve, was rocaplurcd.
OFFICIAL CALL FOR AMERICAN I
PARTY COUNTY CONVENTION
The American party county convention,
for the purpose of nominating three can
didates for the offices of State Senator,
for tho sixth district; ten candidates for
the offices of representative, for the
eighth district; two candidates for the of
fice of iudce of the city court of Salt
Lake City, and one candidate each for
the offices of county sheriff, county
clerk, county auditor, county recorder,
county attorney, county surveyor, county
assessor, county commissioner, for the
four-year term, and county commissioner
for the two-year term, to be voted for at
the general election to be held on Novem
ber 3. 190S. and for tho election of tho
county committee, and for tho transac
tion of such other business as may proper
ly come before said convention, is here
by called to assemble at tho Salt Lako
theater, in Salt Lako City, Utah, on Mon
day, the rstn day ot September. 1903. at
10 o'clock a. m.
The delegates elected to said conven
tion In tho election districts, within said
Salt Lake precinct ussembled In said con
vention, will, In accordance with the or
der of business prescribed by said con
vention, and L-.idcr Its direction, assumblo
for the purpose of nominating two candi
dates for the offices of judgo of
tho city court of Salt Lake; ono candidate
for tho office of justice of the peace, and
ono candidate for the office of constable,
of said Salt Lako City precinct.
Tho precinct conventions composed of
the delegates elected to said county con
vention In their respective precincts for
the purpose of nominating candidates for
Justices of the pea-e, nnd unstable in tho
eleven prerimts outside of Salt Lake City,
are hereby called to assemble in their re
spective precincts on Saturday, tho 26th
day of September, 190S, at S o'clock p. m.
Tho American party electors will meet
In their rcsnoctlvc districts on XX'edncsday.
tho 23rd day of September. 190S. at 8
o'clock p. m for the purpose of electing
delegates to said convention. Said dele
gates arc apportioned among the election
districts as follows:
Salt Lake City precinct District 1.
eleven delegates; 2, seven delegates; 3,
nln"c delegates; 1, seven delegates; 5,
eleven delegates; G, seven delegates; 7,
seven delegates; 8, seven delegates, 9,
ten delegates; 10, twelve delegates, 11,
nine delegates; 12, fourteen dolcgates; 13,
eight delegates; H, six delegates; 15. eight
delegates; 10. five delogatcs; 17, five dele
gates, IS, seven delegates; 19, four dele
gates; 20, eleven delegates; 21, ten dele
gates; 22, eight delegates; 23, eight dele
gates; 2-1, five delegates; 25, eleven dele
gates; 2C, eleven delegates; 27. ten dele
gates; 28. twelvo delegates; 29. seven dele
gates; 30. seven delegates; 31, five dele
gates; 32, saven delegates; 33, five dele
gates; 34, three delegates; 35. flvo dele
gates; 36. seven delegates; .''.7. five dele
gates; 3S. rour delegates; 39, one dele
gate; 10. six delegates: 41, flvo delegates;
42, eleven delegates; 43, eight delegates;
44, nine delegates, 45, seven delegates;
46, thirteen delegates:. 47. fourteen dele
gates; 48. fourteen delogatcs; 49. eleven
delegates; 50, fourteen delegates; 51, four-
( teen delegates: 52. fifteen delegates; 53.
I ten delegates; 54, twelve delegates.
Precinct No. 1-District 55 East Mill
I Creek, two delogatcs, 62. Big Cottonwood,
- 4 , H
one delegate: (51, Mountain Dell, one dele- , jB
gate; Ss. Sugar, three delegates; SO, v lH
Forcstdale, one delegate. fH
Precinct No. 2 District 97. Farmers, KH
eleven delegates; S7, Farmers, two dele-
Precinct No. 3. Mlllcreck District 56, 'ttM
two delegates; 57, three delegates; 58, ono '
Precinct No. 4, Murray District 59, ono , ,
delegate; CO. three delegates; 61, two dele- '
gates; 93, two delegates; 91, three dele- IH
gates; 95. two delegates. ' 'iH
Precinct No. 5 District 83, Pleasant ; fH
Green, one delegate! 79. North Jordan. , kuuM
ono delegate; SI. Hunter, ono delegate: -; H
85, Granger, one delegate; 86. Brighton.
one delegate; 91, North Point, ono dele- jH
Precinct No. 6 District 63, Sliver Lake. jH
one delegate; 65, Butler, one delegate; 66. : rH
Union, one delegate; 7S. Bingham June- . iiH
tlon, seven delegates. ' BH
Precinct No. 7 District 67, Sandy City, ) fB
six delegates; 68. Sandy, one delegate; , mmm
69. Granite, one delegate: 70. Llttlo Cot- lltMMM
tonwood. threo delegates. 4iiH
Precinct No. 8 District 71. Crescont, f:lM
one delegate; 72, Draper, one delegate. j lH
Precinct No. 9 District 73. Bluffdalo. . fl
one delegate; 74, Herrlman, ono delegate; jSlH
75. Rlverton, one delegate: 76. South Joi- K V JH
don, one delegate; 77, XVest Jordan, ono i
delegate. f I '
Precinct No. 10. Bingham District SO, Muum
three delegates; 81, four delegates; 9S, ) tr MuuM
three delegates; SC. one delegate; 90, two F,
delegates; 92. one delegate. I'H
Precinct No. 11. Garfield District 96. ' f; Wm
two delegates. . V
The electors at said 'district primaries j. )L
will elect a chairman to represent tho -"1. iH
American party In such district. j 4H
J. E. M'GINTY, ;H
Chairman countv commltto. ' JH
J. E. PARMER,
Chairman city committee. i fiH
F. R. C1IRISTF.NSEN. HiH
Secretary city and county committees. '
Salt Lake Citv. Utah, Aug 27, 190S.
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