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Jj ' THE SAlff LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, APRIL 17, 1910. ",w3 v
I HIUS SOUTH
plcfioib of Denver & Rio
riiiide Paspigor. Station' .
Affects Market, v
YAW BUILDINGS ..
IN COURSE OP ERECTION
a'S Sporty Values Increase and
stf I Available Sites Are in
-,f lore tlinn passing- interest is being
ten at the prescut. in property aloupr
if, ird South street, between Main and
y?:rh West streets. The merit oC this
Ipcrly is just coming io 1)0 realized,
j Jth the completion of the now Denver
fBio Grande station, the greater part
the passenger traffic now passing
j )ng Second South street will be di
' Vied to Third South street, with the
; evitahlo result that many small busi
; 'Is blocks and rooming houses will
I "riiif; into being along the street.
; Jn the last few days offers for prop
i ty along this street, aggregating
lout $-110,01)0, have been made. Prop-
tv owners realize that tho.y have good
! ildings and therel'oro aro not over-
,lcr to rll. It is not unlikely, how
cr. that several good-sized deals will
closed this week,
'BShortlj after the announcement was
iaile that the Denver & Jiio Grande
iilro.nl would build a largjv station
Jm$x Tliird South and T'ourPh "West
roots, same of the wise investors
VJl'adu extensive pinvhiisos along Third
p'(itli .street. Property which was then
?SnUght for about $200 a front foot can
mmnxr ln snlil I'or :i lintih A.'lOf) or beltei'
JjBVliie completion of the paving work
gj West Third South street undoubt
Mlly lend a still greater, impetus
Kllic having movement on this street.
H$ r More Building Plans,
H'cntafne building plans, in addition
mo the nu::ili-r of improvements already
PjKlo on this street, are announced by
Several of the properly owners. The
jBteu'al JiT'Ct-tmonl company contem
)Intd5, i" is said, the erection of a three
I ton- business structure at First West
I ;ha" Third South streets. The com
1 imy owns a piece of ground. TQxllaV-j
1 cet( and the new building likely will
3. i'nupv almcst the cutiro space,
jfc V"Lliiii the last few months the street
1 us taken on more of a business air
1 il ween .Main and West Temple. At
ft ic. southeast comer of West Temple
imjul Third South streets, a one-story
iililing. f-cneistiug of eight store build
jfcs, ha been constructed for the Bur
r sgtoii svndicate. All these stores
rO ivo heeji leased, and the occupants
rb' attracting- a fair share of the busi
; . jhs tv that neighborhood. The old Gift
j .iasjj: huildii'g., at Main and Third
ftilii -iivvti. is being improved and
! lien v.-jr'c is completed this eor-
I fi-vl rrcK.ei:! a much better uppuar
1 : uOe tlian at any time in the past.
i ! Enslnes Block Planned.
JBrUiocn the Burlington business
loci:- and tin- buildings .iust west of
tie Grcciiewald Furniture Company's
lore there is a vacant piocc of ground
liidi piobablv will be improved the
uming siuiimer bv the erection of a
al iivccitorv business block. W. .1. Jlal
fiwau' and JJ.ni (.'lift, who own the
Ifg round, ut.vo been considering build
Ig ng plans for some time, and while de
ts, isin lias been made to build, definite
iayhDs have not been decided on.
aj Directly cust of the Sanitarium build
tti wig., George Mueller, pronctor of the
Itoynl cafe, owns a pi ceo of ground
jiavmg loriv-seven feet frontage. On
his ground he contemplates the eroc-
im of a modern hotel building to cost
; jptwren lOO.OOO and 1 50,000.
; .ii'tig'dfiocnt building, stores and
, ; rnonrng house or hotel combined, will
,, rracc iio ufrthwest corner of West
i Lfii plc ii ad Third South streets in the
;. ifar future. The Peery estate will
'reef, the structure at a cost exceeding
U.AOOO. .XISt u ,locc v.-esl is the
ile oi the egal investment company's
1 )roposcd structure.
. xi w said that a deal is on for the
! wlc oi n piece, of properly befween
i :irst and Second West streets, with a
i'-1' t0 building a large rooming house
4 1 He wiviiie of Third South street
ft l.rc'n flurd West street to the new Den
li f,c-& -"'' Grande station was begun
5 l-nday. The puving of Third West
reoh ,rom Third South to First North
ntcois, n distance of four blocks, mu
ll WB. front of the Oregon Short Lino
( tatioii at the foot of South Temple, is
JKfell under way. This will give a well
fvcd strei t connection between the
jo big railroad stations of tho cit v.
Iio paving of the now TJiu Ommlo
q'omjp in front of the station, has;
Clean- and wholesome is
Clean-eui'. coffee, always
good, morjiing, lioon and
night and sold by all gro
cers at the low price of 30c
WOODS lil! HE CITY
Former Salt Laker Talks Enter
tainingly of Southeastern
V. E. Woods, district; attorney of tlio
seventh district. yv:h in the city Satur
day, a guest at tho Cullen. JJc camo
here from Moab, tho county scat of
Grand county, uHhero tho district court
closed a few days ago:
Discussing coudilotis hi- ""L Em
ery and Carbon counties, "SlF Muti.,,
said: In the twelve years that I havu
lived in Castle Dale", Joinery count',
and in iny peregrinations through south
eastern Utah, T linvc never seen such
prosperity as is enjoyed by the farm
ers and stockmen in "that "region. All
farm products command unprecedented
ly high prices, and stockmen who have
cattle, sheep and hogs for sale are
receiving prices undreamed of by nion
who havo been engaged in slock raising
for the last forty years. As a conse
quence, the farmers and livestock men
aro all making money."
Askod as to fruit conditions in that
groat fruit -producing region, Mr. Woods
said that he did. not believe the frost,
of Thursday night bad done much, if
anv, damage. Continuing, he said: "I
bclievo tho frost that fell upon the
fruit trees the other night will prove
to bo a blessing rather than a Toss.
I mean, that the frost, if it lias af
fected the frnit at all, will save tho
work of thinning. Emery county, where
I live, is en.ioj-ing an era of prosperity
hitherto unknown, and this is due in
large measure to tho railroad that has
been built to her more available coal
mines. What, with the opening up of
the coal mines, and the irrigation pro
jects that, wilf bring her resources iu
agriculture to the front, TCmer- county
is destined at no distant day to be
come ono of the richest and 'most im
portant counties in the state. The fact
that every foot of her soil is underlaid
by the finest quality of coal, justifies
"You may think up hero in Salt Lake
that,' isolated iu a measure, as we tire,
that wo arc lacking coguizanco of )
the splendid progress being made in
Salt Lake. If such were the fact, it
would be a mistake. Wo arc all inter
ested in the growth of Salt Lake, the i
city without a peer, the capital of our.
great stale, and Emory county will
ever take pleasure in contributing to i
Salt.Lako's future greatness.''
Early Price Cutting
Qn almost our entire line of Millinery
is , due to tho fact that by May 1 we
movo into uv new store. Mehes3''s,
lot) Main street.
also ':bcen started and will bo hurried
New life undoubtedly will be added
to that part of town by the Ecclcs
Bro wning market place, being built at
a cost of $200,000. Tt is less than a I
block from the station. The row of
market places, 50 feet by nearly 500
feet, is rapidly nearing completion. Ec
cles avenue is being paved and will
soon present one of the busiest spots
in tho city.
The district near the now Denver &
iiio Grande station, just off Tliird South !
street, is rapidly coming into promi
nence as a warehouse district. The
Mullen elevators and flour mills will
soon be erected in this new warehouse
district; the Martin Uoal company is
contemplating improvements in that
part of town; the Anderson-Taylor
Wholesale company is building ware
houses and offices there; Armour & Co.
recently moved into new buildings at
Third West and Fourth South Btroets;
the Western Packing company has made
a purchase of ground for tlio building
of a distributing plant, and the Crane
company will spend thousands of dol
lars in new buildings in that district
the coming summer. ,
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! Weather Forecast for Sunday
H ??f 8- " so, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
TK3 r'r7 - WEATHER, BUREAU
4 ote?UL 9,? iwV-a1"-'3 l-moore- ch,er ft0
-i LLJ ijJgfr , W i f r ....- V'
1gAtrf.h'o-J. An now s FA.y ' tir'-5'SX '' ; '
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Weather Forecast for Simday.
Weather forecast for Salt ."Lake City ami vicinity: Sunday, fair and wnrmer;
Foiv ulali: Sunday, fair; warmer Iu north portion: Monday, fair. I
Warm wentlier continues In the west, with no inclement weather in Bight for
tho next 'two or throe days. In Idaho and Nevada the temperature Is nulto
nigh, amUit Is quite probable that Sunday afternoon will be In tho noighbor
hooTf'bT, in degrees wanner in Salt J-ako City than it wa.; Saturday afternoon.
Tho weqtlrdj Is warm throughout the cntiro Rocky mountains, and the danger to
fruit is pastur the present. However, on tho Oregon coast the temperature hud
fallen somewhat day night, though the drop appears to be quito local.
Tho weather TninvippcM Mississippi valley continues unseasonably stormy,
with snow still falling 'Satciay evening- over this ontlre region, and the temper
ature at G p. m. was below fruu.'.'i-J.ns far south as Omaha, and at "Winnipeg tho
temperature was 18 degrees. wTtli 'onsidorablc snow on tho ground and snow still
falling. The far east and soulheastwv',c comparatively cool, and the weather was
Surpasses Many Cities in Mem
bership and Other Points of
According to tlio ilgares contained in
tho annual year book of tho Young
Mien's Christian Association of North
America, the Salt Lako institution has
been maintaining an excellent standard
in tho various forms of activty in
which it engages.
I'or tho purposes of comparison and
in order to obtain accurate data re
specting the work that is being done
by the different associations in this
country and Canada, tho -associations
are grouped according to the si?.c of
the cities in which they aro located. Jn
the class to which Salt Lako belongs
there are seventeen citiC3. They arc:
Salt Lake, Utah; Winnipeg, Canada;
Birmingham, Ala.: Mobile, Ala.; Bridge
port.' Conn.: Hartford. Conn.; Cam
bridge, Mass.; Lowell, Afass.; New
Bedford, Mass.; Grand L'apids, Mich.;
St. .'Joseph, Mo.; Trenton. N. J.; Al
bany, N. Y.; Reading. Pa.; Houston,
Texas; San Antonio, Texas; Tacomaj
Thesi aro all cities with a popula
tion ranging from 00.000 to .'10,000.
Salt Lake is given .is having a populn
lion of 100,000. Tuo average member
ship pf the local V M. ('. A. in these
cit.es combined, is 0S3. and tho aver
age population is J.00,iSS. Salt Lako's
mcmoership is 18G3, so that this city's
association ha.s a membership 'nearly
fifty per cent above the average of the
other cities of its class.
Not only iu membership is Salt Lako
at the hc.-id of the list, but iu activity
of members and general excellence of
work dono this city's association also
stands high, as is shown by the follow
ing ranking in the tabular statement
mado by the compilers of I ho year book:
Eighth in population first in mem
bership, first in situations secured, third
in membership iu gymnasium classes,
fifth in extension work dono for boys
not members, first in number at sum
mer camps, Jirht in numbor of different
students, first in number of internation
al certificates won, second in Bible
classes, tPnth in attendance at religious
--- nmmniiim , iiim..n i miaul m-iifmniini:.r.,M-..m. .. I 1 . , I ""i lHi, I' 4s& i ".TTl
J ET A CRYSTAL REFRIGERATOR BE A WATCHFUL GUARD & f t
-Lh 0VER ICE SiLLS RIGHT IK YOUR OWN HOME I A . 1 ?' A.
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JcrmitiL to snvc for you in the hollcsl wcalhcp, because ii 1 1
of iLs mclal walls, filled with cork and hermetically scaled, I JL it I
winch is very near a vacuum, like the bottles you ace at the S 1ft J f ,
stores. ' 1 7 J h I
dl, Prove right in your ovm home how Crystal metal Avails can- "& 1 T f
JiuL absorb smell .shrink or pull apart how Ihey guard the i Jf i k & & :; '
heal lh of youy l'amily I hrough the .sanitary storage of the food i hit ' : I t.
3'ou eat. Crystal Circulation is strong, positive and maintained : W( 1 Jy 1
mhoulKc every dy. W
ggjtal Plate Glass Shelves Appeal to Every Eoasekeeper 1 "; ' i
Separate Vegetable Compartment at the Bottom moist from the drain water to preserve jj
ouortms vegetables away from milk and bul.hir above. Dry Air Crystal Refrigerators must ' f
operate above the dew point" no condensation. All parts removable no cracks, comers, j
t-rovices, nothing but the true metal in one solid piece.
" pie Jot our Cryttal Caialag ,md the nam of our rrtaU ,1'alrr waTnl Vn. I.noh fnr windo-o di,plaV al fh lost hardwire and, furmlur)
tttrft. lite $nct itiUnii Ihi prire tij the mtxlotl hcinn. A
REYNOLDS KEFffiEGERATOR C085 Frraonl Mziirzska. "
' SCOTT HARDWARE CO. Phones 748. 1G8 So. Main.
Of Eleven Applications for Par
don, Four Are Continued
and Seven Denied.
At the regular monthly meeting of
tho state board oC pardons, held at the
slate prison Saturday morning, one
prisoner had his sentence- commuted,
and two others' applications for com
mutation of sentence were continued
ono month, whilo one other was denied.
Of the eleven applications for pardon
considered by the ooard, four were con
tinued and the other seven denied.
Itoyal Morrison, convicted of burglary
in the third district court of Salt Lal;e
i county and sentenced April 7, lOOS, to
ten years in tho stalo prison, was grant
ed a commutation of sentence, his sen
tenco being commuted to cxpiro dulv
7, 3910. This action was taken owing
to the fact that Morrison has been a
The application for commutation of
sentence of W. F. Woods, serving eigh
teen months for assault with a deadly
weapon, was continued ono month, and
that of ITcnry Wa'son', seiviu" ten
'years for burglary, was continued until
the Juno meeting. Tho application of
.I esse liico, serving three years for
burglary in the sccDiid degree, was de
nied. The application for pardon of
tho following inmates of tho sl.cto pris
on were continued sixty days:
Benjamin V. Carter, ten years ior as
sault with intent to commit murder;
Ldward Syphus, eighteen months i'or
assault with a deadly weapon; Edward
Hoe von. three years i'or grand larceny;
A. J. Morrow, threo years for adultery.
The following had their applications
for pardon t'enied:
Wntkin liocKe, three years for fony;
LoJioy Puinell, one yeai far grand lar
ceny; Cha: K-s Aldricn. ono year for
gviud larc?.iy: Eudotyh Ar. i'cidcihau
sen, three ;vcars for Jailing to support
a minor child; W. E. Lucas, six months
for assault ami battery; August Lianke,
six months for pet't larceny; Henry
Bianke, six months iox petit Jaicony.
Tho petition of .d Molvc! for K re
Learing of his application for commu
tation was granted.
ASKED TO VOTE ON SITE
FOR EXPOSITION HOME
Tn a communication received Satimlnv
from Director General E. Alelxs Taylor of
tho United stales agricultural and Indus
trial exposition. Governor William Spry,
who is one of Its vice presidents, is usked
to voto on a silo for tlio permanent home
of the exposition.
Five hundred acres nro needed for the
site and tho commit too In charge of the
matter huts obtained an ofTor of siilluhlc
sites in Indianapolis. Chicago and St.
F.ouift. Th governor is asked to kU'c
hia choice of tlioso tlireo cIUpb. Ah soon
as the site Is agreed upon cohbi-oss will
bo memorlall.cd for a national charter for
WILLARD MACK IS VICTOR
IN ACTIOX TO RECOVBK
Wlll.ird ilaok. I ho actor, camo out vic
torious In Hip action filed against him in
the district court ly A. K. Pelton, a. the
atrical manancr. to recover $ IGC.o0 al
leged lo be duo for money loaned Alack
between August lo and December 20 Inst,
as .luOgi' Armstroiu: Saturday dismissed
Mr. Mack's attorney made a demand
upon Mr. Pollon for the spucilln dutos of
tin- varlotin loans, hot the latter could
not furnish th'-m. Iicncv tlio . nttojiicy
j'skcil fir llifj dismissal of tho cimo and
the motion was Brantod.
41 There's & Reason."
Ituul, "Tin' n-i.id tn Wcllsille,"
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Record at the local office. United States
weather bureau, for tho twenty-four
hours ending at C p. m. today:
Temperature at G p. ni., GO degree.1;;
maximum temperature. GO degrees; mini
mum temperature, ,'M degrees; mean lein
peraturc, 17 degrees, which is 3 degrees
Total excess since tho first of the
month -11 degrees; total excess since
January 1, I! 15 degrees.
Precipitation at 6 p. m., none; total
precipitation since the first of tho month.
.57 of an Inch, which Is .01 of an Inch
below normal. Total deficiency Blnce
January 1, l.Tii Inches.
Relative humidity. 27 per cent
Sun rises 5:-io a. tn.; sun sets 7:10 p. m.
Moon rises 12:2S p. m.. and sets 3:3-1
a, in.. April IS. 1010.
ci"? -5? ci""
Stations. ( 2
: 3 3
SAJ.r J14CE CITY GO 12 -5
Arodena . 04 12 G
Grand JunctidV "0 ll -1
Lander -v-.- G0 20 4
Kansas City ....X.v i 1
Chicago . I "41 -2S 21
Omaha 20 S IS
Uoston t,... 42 6 S
Washington 1 . . . . ' "a 22 12
St. Louis 42 v0- 12
los Angeles 7G
San Francisco Gl 0 - .,
Portland 5S 14 n-
Tonopah GS M0 G
Boise 72 14 fi
Spoknno 7G 1C 10
llelena Ci 10 S
Wlnncmucca 72 10 G
Denver .' G2 "22 20
Santa Fo 50 MO S
Indicates increase In temperature.
Indicates deerea-so in temperature.
Prosecution Will Not Delay
Case in Spite of Illness of
By Associated Press.
KANSAS .CI.TY, April 10. "Tho
easo of Dr. B. C. Uydo will positively
go lo trial next Monday," said Prose
cutor Virgil Coukling tonight.
The plan was to havo the staic do
liver its opening statement in tho case
today; but. not knowing tho exact con
dition of Dr. G. T. Twynian. ouo of the
state's Avitncsses, who was trickon with
appendicitis yesterday, tho prosecution
rotused to make the address. Jn the
event that Dr. Twymau could not. bo
ustid as a witness, 'said Mr. Conkliug,
certain changes would have lo bo madb
in the statement. Ho wanted lo know
exactly what witnesses ho could de
pend on. ho said, before he went into
When it was suggested thatthe jury,
which was chosen yesterday, bo sworn j
Mr. Conkliug objected. This led many
to beliovo that he might yet ask to
havo the jury discharged.
In tho event, of the jury being sworn,
nothing could stop the progress of the
Tonight, however, Mr. Coukling sets
aside all doubt as to his intention to
begin tho trial.
''Dr. Twymau 's condition is very
good, indeed,'' he said. "He may bo
able to testify.
"I shall proceed with the trial eveu
though halt of the state's witnesses
Frank P. Walsh, ehiof counsel for
Dr. Hyde, will insist upon the witnesses
Tor the stale testifying in order and
he will not present a witness for I he
defense until the last man has taken
tho stand for tho prosecution.
Death Roil of a Day
Rev. Dr. Edmund Esi-hbnck. ono of the
mot promiiH-iil clorgymon of tin Re
formed church in the United Slates, Is
dead at his homo in Frederick, Md..
In Mxlco City Saturday T. Mariscal.
secretary of foreign relations, Is dead,
after several days of illness.
MOTHER MAY REMOVE'
CHILD TO OTHER PLAGES
An order was entered by Judge C W.
Mnrfo uf ih district court Snturdiiy In
Die case of Edith Lyman against irorsi hel
H. Lyman, permitting .Mrs. Lyman, who
has married since, nbe obtained a dlvorco
from hop husband, and is now Mrs. Edith
Allen, to remove- her child beyond the
Jurisdiction of thn ,-ourl.
During the time tho child Is beyond tho
.inrlsdlelion of tlio court Air. Lyman is
vlb ved from paying alimony for its nnp
porL In iter affidavit Mrs. Allen suld
tli it her pi-cent hu."band Is required to
ii m we t f'hic'o and she ask' Him
j lie bo pc i ni' "J take hor child with
I It' v.
Are Your Kidney sWcri "4 1
TS&onisai&dis of Mem aiad Women rHay,e Kid ' I
mey Trouble and Mever Susp.eeHf$$ . ; I
Nature warns jou when tho track of health , "'
is not clear. Kidney and bladder trouble compel ,4(2BHt' mM
you to pass water often through the day and get .
up many times during the night. - jag
JLTnhenlthy kidneys cause lumoago, rhcuma- ; HSbM " 1
tism, catarrh of tho bladder, pain or dull acho in tSmifflm- ,
tho back, joints or muscles, at times have head- ijtt.BB ' 1
ache or indigestion, as time ascs 3'ou may havo iJTwfeM ' ' 1
a sallow complexion, pufty or dark circles under fjwiPrS
the eyes, sometimes feel as though you had hearL ri''ji '
trouble, may have plenty of ambition but no jSrmjMmm
strength, get weak and lose flesh.
If such conditions nro permitted to continue, gSjiHgWiBL.
serious results aro sure to follow; Bright's dis- nSSSBSESSsBSKB
ease, the very worst form of kidney troublo, may RSWSiSSHBSHBSMHB
Provalency of Kidney Disease. I SmOK H I
Most neoplo do not realize the alarming in- gm KHney. Liver & Bladder WM,
crease and renin rkajjle prevalency of kidney dis- M&ft oeriviPnY HH2
ease. AVhilo kidney disorders arc tho most com- . WWA n.prrnos KKl
mon diseases that prevail, thoy are .almost the 5f fflffl .
last recognized by pal.ient and physicians, "Who &r.j uc(uU bt(m v. a StfjBH
usually content themselves with aoctoring tho ef- ?.Ztu "ut!3iDetoi S1H mm
focts, whilo the original discaso constantly under-
mines tho system, d0,f"MdlnVb,tB!i3d B9K
A Trial Will Convince Anyone. KM S-j2L- Hi
tj . . , , , . , Wi ftM Th'j ireii trzuir ! men- JIKM v
li you feel that your kidneys aro the cause of Egg rast4foriUntY.iiTir,iii4- mWM mm
yonr sickness or rnn down condition, hogin tak- M &tfSti&, UM 'M
ing Dr. AiJmcr's bwamp-Koot, tho great kidney, tuchuautrhortbiiiuuer, Mfm
liver and bladder remedy, because an soon as your fifix vrK L'mS'v0. Em Hi
kidneys begin to got 'belter, they will help the KD SSfamla" MI
other organs to health. Jn taking Swamp-Uoot, ffiS?? - iutpiMntiouit. WWM
vou afford natural help to Naturo for Swamp- frgi MM, "-T " ttd
Root, is a gentle healing vegetable compound a DR. 3ETXME& & CO., EBlMj
physician's prescription for a specific disease, $K? bikghakton, y. v.
You cannot get rid of your aches and pains if coldbynll'nrujrgists. EjKa
your kidneys are out or' order. You cannot feel Bffijffl C igjfS
right when your kidneys are wrong. IfeilWi'WgE
Swamp-Eoot is Pleasant to Take. PjS rajv
If .you are already convinced that Swauip-Boofc fSSP&s. Vcv'H
is what you neod, you can purchase the regular
fifty -cent: and one-dollar size bottles at all drug N&&)tftffrWWawww wjnaaf V
stores. Don't make anv mistake but remember 3warap.R0ot is always kept up B 1
the name, Dr. Kilmer's .Swamp-lioor, and the ad- to its high standard of purity l
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., which you will find on and excellence A sworn ccrtifl- VJ
ovcr3' hottle, catc of purity with every bottle. H
SAMPIjE BOTTLE PBEE To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp-Eoot jH
you may have a sample bottle and a "bonk of valuable information, both sent ah- M
solutely free by mail. The book contains many of the thousands of letters re- -H
ceived from men nnd women who found Swamp-Root to be just the remedy theyjH
needed. The value and success of Swamp-Boot is ho well known that our rea"dc?2H
arc advised to send for a samnlo bottle. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamcon JjH
N. Y., bo sure to say you read this generous offer in The Salt Lake City SundayH
Tribune. Tho genuineness of this otter is guaranteed. ? WM
IS 101 VISIBLE
Alfred Rordame of Salt Lake
Will Take Series of Pic
tures of Visitor.
fng the next- fow wceJcs the earth
will e:J)er,enco a''Islt from Halley's
comet tip greatest and most wonderful
celestial sfe"1 that ever calls upon the
plnfiets oA,l,lc soIaHr ,5y,sl,e"K, , J;1S
wotiderful vf4"- 7'as flraf slshlod In this
city early In lyibruary by Alfred Ror
dame, who is iSft Preparing to make : a
.series of pictures U,k when becomos
bright enough, . , Ann
Mr. Rordjune. who fsne ,f V f. d?;
est students of astronUH 1 llr.1,lts
and wio discovered Kotda71b -omci a
number of years ago, said: , f -r..v
"From now on until thn niidJ,'n
Malley's comet will be visible in iJftS&irt
lng, rising just before the sun and rajqjpf
ly Increasing in brilliancy, being in peri
helion, or nearest the sun, on April 20,
when comets, us a rule, show their greatr
"The period of the greatest popular
interest in its morning apparition will be
thu near approach oi the comet to the
planet. Venus on May 2, the two being at
that lime only sevan degrees apart, and
any one possessing telescopic facilities
will be able to note tho relative slzo of
the two objects. After that time the
comet will again approach the sun and
will pass directly between it and the
earth on May IS, at which time tho
earth will pass through tho comet's tail.
The comet will then bo about 15.000.00U
miles from the earth, or ono-.sovcnUi of.
tho distance between tlio earth and the-"
sun. All astronomers hope that life
earth will be completely Immersed in the
comet's tail, as the meteorological audi
other atniosphurle conditions would be
"If solid particles occur in the comet's
tall a display of meteors might occur.
From spectroscopic observations, it is
known that cyanogen is one of the con
stituents of the comet's tall, but It exists
In such an attenuated form that the va
cuum in an incandesennt electric light
bulb is dense In comparison, which pre
cludes Its mixing Willi tiio earth's atmos
phere in any mcasuro.
"After Muy 18 the comet will not bt
visible again, tho moonlight interfering
somewhat with observations. Tho moon
will be full on May L'l. On May 2:t a
total eclipse of tho moon will be visible
in Salt 1ako City, totality beginning at
10:00 p. m. and ending at 10:59 p. m."
Mr. Itanium o says that ho is now arr
ranging to photograph the comet at every
favorable opportunity, lie will use high
grade Darlot lenses mounted on the Tnd
of a l4-ineh telescope.
Will Appeal to People.
By Leased Who to Thu Tribune.
.IACKSON" Miss.. April It:. The Mis
sissippi senate adjourned today, aftor
providing for carrying rivalry between
Varduinan and Percy lo tho poople at
(lows Taken From Zeiler Pas-
ture l)y Rustlers Stopped H
.Cattle rustlers stole two co'belong1-- JM
ing to. .Toe Zeiler, of 2G-East. Eighth j
South street, from a pasture ; near tho JH
home Saturday morning, drove them to 'H
Thomas J. Wcppcr's slaughter house at H
Twelfth South and Third West street;
and sold them for $11. When tho
cattle were missed tho theft was re
ported to the police and officers tele
phoned tho slaughter house in the nick
of time to prevent tho cattle being
5 Zeilortold the police that he had jH
fttfjjirtiltf ttr " from the pasture
&torZxi ;7 rr M
))osod that (they had h?mifpLfe jH
pasture, rhcu ho exnmineuuio pas- JM
ture )ic delected no breaks in the feuco
whero the cattle could have escaped
and inquiries in the neighborhood
brought to light the fact that boys had
soon two men driving the cattle awny.
Zeiler immediately' notified the polica
and tho authorities telephoned to all
slaugh'ter houses in tho' city, finally
the cattle woro located at Nipper a
slaughter iliousc, from which the polico
received the descriptions of the men
who had sold them and also the names
thoy had signed to the bill of sale, T.
Becks tend and Alike Green.
Tho police arc searching for the rus
tiers and all patrolmen huvcbcen fur
uishod with tlicir descriptions.-. , H
SALT LAKE AD CLUB VL H
HOLD IMPORTANT MEETvLa
The next r?cu!nr meeting of the Sail
Lake Ad club will take place next Tups- VM
day evening. April 1. In the new quarters, h ..yRWM
in the Commercial Club building. In ad- -H
ditiou to tiic regular business of tiij tfM
club, thcro will be several carefully pre-
pared papers. TmW
Y. D. McDonald of the' Hubbard Pub- ' H
licily company will address the club on 1 ?mm
the. subject of "Better Copy." John II.
.Tannov, advertising manager of the Her- 'mm
ald-Kei)ublican. will take up tiidsubject,
"A Greater Salt Luko Ad Club.y. Leo J. v'lmM
P.qvIii of the advertising depur.tment oC , VH
Vphc Salt Lake Tribune will supply tl o B
hearty laugh of tho evening with a bin- M
lesque papor ontitlcd "O'Connors 91
Tho principal business to be taken up tB
will be the election of a new secretary 'mM
and the appointment of five delegates to
the annual convention of the Association urn
of American Advertisers Jn Omaha next mm
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