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B THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1912.
H ELOOUEWT TRIBUTE
TO M PIONEERS
1 1 ' , . I
Services at Mormnn Taber-
nacle Devoted to Review of
HIGH IDEALS NOTED
Claim Made That Mormon
People Always Stand for
The early history- of Utah, the utrujr
gles of the Mormon settlers of the
state etid their success in the devlo
ment of the state and eitr, were the
themes of the addresses made at the
tabernacle services yesterday after
noon by Levi Edjrar Younjr and Dr.
James E Talmagc. These subjects
were dwelt upon by the speakers in an
advance observance of Pioneer day,
which will be celebrated next Wedncs-
he rcceftnjj also marked the con
clusion of the miarterly conference of
the Liberty stake of this city, and
was presided over by Hugh J, '-annoD,
president of the stake. Levi ildcar
Young, in giving a brief review of Mor
mon history in this state, said in part:
Mr soul La not biff enough to re
spond to my people s grre&tnes. It
ruu; been said that Mormon writers
hav overestimate the frreatnesB of
their people, but far from this, I
believe It Is & theme that wllL yet
raise up a Carlyle or a Maeaulay.
The world will yet think deeply In
Its soul on the greatness of this re
llirlnn. MormnnUm ha stood funda
mentally on the ba-lc principles taught
by the Christ.
Basis of Thought.
As we Rrnw in intelligence and
morel precept And understand the
erth end tne laws of the unlvhrse,
we are brln1nr to pass the Hiivent
of God's kingdom on sartta, and the
outgrowth of thll Ifl the groat sys
tem of religious ethic whereby man
Is to become his own savior. The
history of Ifonnonlsm i not only
that of a rellsloua society, though
religion hits been the basis of all
thought. I ri considering the history
of tBs Mormons, My nslde religion
In fonnlnK an estimate of tlie peo
ple, and view thon from the stand
point Of t'np economist anil the SOClol
oRlst. MornKinlsm from those points
presents a problem and It must con
tinue to be a problem to future generations.
IVShrn the Mormons arrived in this
valley they set aside sectarianism,
and their advent and the cstaMlsh
Inir of thia i It v was In the spirit of
Americanism true and tried.
What ha. c we contributed in ihe
way of Intellectual advancement?
Herein our people have been much
misunderstood, and It has been hard
to understand why newspapers would
try to counteract the influence of this
people. In 1880. the I'niverslty of
reseret. otherwise known a the
'Parents' BCbooI," wan established,
the first, university to he founded
"est of the Missouri river. In this
year a pamphlet was issued signed
fcr Chancellor Orson Spencer and the
ether chancellors of the university,
apd sent broadcast through tbe
world. asking for contributions of
books and scientific apparatus.
Congrey, through the Influence of
Brlgham Vnunx. appropriated $f0nf for
a lfrrrnrv for the linlversl ty. h':i
logue of the hooks in this library Is in
my possession arxl shows the high
class of literature puriiase.i for the
library. The people read these boolu
and gathei i-i in the ward meeting
houses to discuss problems of science
and philosophy. In 1 series of
lectures on sstronoiny and chemistry
vu given in the Thirteenth ward
meeting house fry Orson Pratt and, ac
cording to a n article prmud in the
NOW York World at thHt time, the
series war- one of the most Interesting
and srhol? ly ever heard by its cor
respondent. Libraries Founded.
In U6S there were librailes In twenty-two
of the towns and cities of the
territory. The first law enact e.i fry
the territorial legislature was for the
building aii'i maintenance of public
roads and bridges nnd the second law
wa for flje establishment of public
srhrvole. In the decade between 1 S.'.O
and 1840, rrah stood first In literacy
of all tbe states of ;he union. We do
net wish to isolate ourselves. Our
lowe for Amerlcaii Institutions is
shown in our celebration Of Indepen
dence diy and tUi day has not been
observed, but that we have asked (Jod
to blet-s the nation that the constitu
tion mlh' he .arrled out. As loop
as humanity tries to do right there
will always be the star? and snipes
thst we will love and follow.
Dr. Jam ee K. Talmage said, in pan.
This state and city represent the
only successful oolonblgtlon within ti,r.
T rlter) States with the prime purpose
of establishing a home Ye Bear
much about the actual or supp.erl
union Of chUI i and state and that
they should be kept separate Gov
ernment shall not, moal not be inter
fered with by the church, but every
man should carry his religion Into eiS
business, and I wish there was more
reUglon In the sta:e.
All Faiths Welcome.
The Pilgrim fathers enacted the
strictest laws for the government of
their colony, and Insisted that thy
be not Interfered with by others not
of their faith. The Mormons came
tnto this valley and tbe flag of
notion w as raised en this, t ) . n Met
Ican. soli and religious freedom was
Uimed. Be it known that these
people require of their brethren abso
lute rel I pv-u toleration i"i ;r growth
i the wonder of gtudenti of history,
for only sixty. five yea is ago there
wns not a white man's habitation in
t l valley In this development, and
through H gad over It all, or.r per,;
The standard of religious liberty
will be raised You CSIWOt anaet iaws
that will onatflga the nature of men.
You mav resiruln QmBS. but you Can
not make the-n tolerant. The mas
sage of Morijonlsm Is not uncertain.
It corn's with a message which is not
new. hut with the reiteration Of a
message giver. en befor th tn
- on-.lng of Christ, and our church pro
claims the second coming km at hand.
New Way to Kill Rate.
Bv International Nwr Persiie
WABHI.NVrrON. Juiv tL-To kfB a rat
or other rodent, remove the Insulation
from two heavily charged electric wire
for a short distance, suspend a halt be
tween them and place a tub or water on
tha floor beneath the bait. This method
Is recommended by tne public health und
marine hospital servire. ,u.d is del I bed
i . In an article prepared by Dr Wm Colby
Hooker, ass'sfant surgeon general.
H "The hnngry rodent crawling over the
,-' wires shunts the current through its
i bodv and falls unconscious into die tub
of watei. tn wbi.-h it drowneu ' stty.
ntf.ft. Wuhlxftm Ars. Phont
Offle lloun to 10:M a. m., J t p. m.
Sacred Concert by Tabc rnacle
Choir Feature of Chau
tauqua. Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". July 11 Attracted by the ev
ening concert of the Ognen tabernacle
choir, the attendance at the I'tah ":.i
tauo.ua assembly this evening reached a
record mark, not onlv for the present ses
sion, hut also for that of )A--,t year. The
I COnoort was the feature of the Sunday
preigramme. although hundreds were pres
ent when the Rt. Hev. W 8. Spalding, I).
delivered his sermon at the afternoon
At 10:30 o'clock In the forenoon the
Schumann cmlntetto gave its last Chau
tauqua concert of sacred music. While
the programme was one of the most plead
ing of the week chautauQUani were sorry
to know that it was the Ia.st appearance
of the excellent musical organization at
this yeir's assembly.
Tomorrow is educational day and the
programme Includes a number of ad
dresses by prominent men, chief among
whom is Henry Allen of Kansas Mr
Allen will deliver an address In the even
ing on "The ReaOOOatblllty or the Plain
Cltiaen." The Ojjden branch of the Utah
Kansas association has made prepara
tions for a rousing welcome to Mr. Allen.
The members of the association will at
tend the evening service In a. body.
The complete programme for tomorrow
Is a-s follows;
W a. m -'Du Garten Ipiet," Win Nlc
18 00 m itlia Mrt.!lii Hnilltna. offlclal fil
eerurr if tho i.'tiButKuqaa lntltutlon. Nw
lork. (KISS HaaUItOtl I tftcme for eoli Jny
will b ctl br tha different n-omen'n
rluh of 0i3e:i.) The Crimu, Hlntorlctl
Vloltn oto, Ml r,farvlr HalOMi
ti oe a. m Openlnic Inrturn of Dr. G. ftanlsy
Hall, prwldent of C!iW unlTeriMty of Mm-
nrhtueitii. on "The ProMem of the riilld.
tha School anfl tli Hon " First topic,
"Weeding. Hn and What?"
I Ofl p. m Concer:. Romania Hdo orrheatra
! 20 p. m Lecture, The Child Wrlfnre Moo-
imml aud Its Arnclef." hr pr. O. Stanley
4:"1 p. m Motherrf round lbl. Mias Laniklu.
Ttie Newer World for lh Child."
fi tt p m Flrat Chautauqua lltrrr and aol-
enttfie roind inhln. Ml JiddN' Hamilton.
8.00 p. m -Concert b i lie Rnmnnin Hyde or-
'liestr of Salt 3jk Cty.
S.50 p. m Leotore by Henry Alloa of Whlta.
Kan. on "Tha TlerpoDMblly of the Plain
SALOON QUESTION TONIGHT.
City Commission Expected to Act on
Later Closing Petition.
Bipedal to The Tribune
OGDEN, July 21. The meeting of the
city commissioners tomorrow night prom
ises to be on of unusual Interest to the
merchnnts of Ogden and the petitioners
who la3t week urged the city govern
ment to modify i he saloon closing ordi
nance. It Is expected that some action
will be taken upon the matter.
For a week past I he petitioners have
lern working on other petltloni In the
i i t-Menc-e section of the city, with a
view of sustaining their assertion that
the people of the city are now In favor
of o"clock closing. It Is further al
leged that the early closing Is working
a hardship upon the city by sending
people away from Ogden in the even
ing As there Is no provision for a specbd
election to decide the QUeetibni tlie mat
ter ran not oome before the people on
a ref erendum vote before another twelve
months, btit It Ilea within the domain
of the city commlyslonerp to change the
City ordinance. A I tho present time It
seems corfain that one commissioner is
In favor of later clrsing of saloons, an
other Is against such a plan, while the
third has not ynt is ken a decided stand
in the matter.
CONFERENCE IN GROVE.
Hundreds Attend Outdoor Stake Meeting
Special to The Tribune
OGPBN, July "1. The experiment of
holding a conference In a grove at Hooper
lnsto.-vi of In the tahernarle in (his city
resulted today in complete tmoceii. tbe
attendance being the largest of ens con
ference ever hold In Ogden stake." More
than M0 persons made the trip to Hooper
today on a special train over the Denver
A Rio Grande, and the total altendame
probably doubled that number.
The two serine were held In a beau
tiful grove, which had been placed In
excellent condition for the meeting. The
people of Hooper had sis.-, made ample
provision for the serving of lunchee at
, noon and had even looked to the care of
tbe boraei Bevera prominent church
off! dale of Ball Lake spoke at the meet
ing The xpeeial train returned to tin-'
City early In the evening. 1-avlng Hooner
at ', o'rhx-k.
BROHMS IN MORE TROUBLE.
i Husband and Wife and Third Person Ta
ken Into Custody.
5pe la to The Tribune
OGDEN", July Jl.- That H Is becom
Ini very difficult matter for the Brohmfl
to keep their nameH out of the police
records was shown again last, nigi when
K. K. Brohm atid his wife. Hattle Brohm
were arrests for lighting With tlieirl
was taken Info CUStOdl R, W. Williams,
who also In held on a charge of dlsor
trout a which led to the krrest
of the three persons oi-t-urred at the
Benate cafe on Twenty-fifth street, vrhn
the officer.- airived Rrobin 1 salej to
hae been holding Wllll&me while Mr
Rrohm pounded the man with her flst
''i'.e woman made her last former ap
pearance m tho court of Justine a-i late
as yesterday efternoon, when she re
fimert to emit until J-idge J, A. Ho we'll
COUld arive and pronounce sentence fnl- i
lowing her conviction on a charge of
selling liquor without license
OGDEN STAKE OUTING.
Preparations Making for Celebration In
Canyon August .
Special to The Tribune.
OODJDf. July U -The various odm
mittees have been appointed and arrange
ments are being mad for an ontlna
whleh I to be he,? bv ten ward- of the '
Ogden stake at the Hermitage grove in I
"K.l-n anyor, frtl August 1 There will
be a rrogramme In the earlv part of thai
afternoon, followed by a luncheon end
darctng In the evening.
The personnel of the committee, jn
charge of the plcnlo la a follows I
Arrangements E. A. I.arkin and I I 1
flark. ' '
Kntertalrment and programme c fj i
Richards. Adam L Peterson, r.iri,.' rS 1
McKay. Catherine f?. Wright. Maud Porl I
ter end O. M. Sanderson. i
Refreshments E. A. Oieen Pearl Cra-
Switchman Severely Hurt.
:er.al (o Tae Trlbuaa.
OGDKN. July II -While ,diB n a r a, load
of aieei rail in the lnr frint ,tr4, itMl
nlht. CSjarlee Tiaoy. avlirhmau. r.,i,n ,.
lutim hicri forc4 hia rOKal to tha Im ho- I
PIUI. As the train cam to a udiaa nop tha
Inter mountain News
RURAL CARRIERS Rll
Questions of Interest to Them
selves and Public Are Free
SperJal to The Tribune.
BINGHAM. July 21. The rural mail
carriers of Salt Lake, Davis and Weber
counties helrl their semi-nnnual conven
tion In Bingham today.
The convention w-as called to order at
11 o'clock this morning by EC. R Ste
venson of Murray. Joseph Cavenaufh of
Bingham acting as secretary. Robert
Askew president of the state association,
in an able address urged the importance
of transferring from the rural service to
the city and other part, setting forth
that Qualifications and examinations are
Identical. Ho also advocated mileage In
thfi rural service for the actual numher
of miles traveled Instead of u maximum
of twenty-two mlle.s, which now prevails.
Mr. Utirnheisal of the Salt Salt post
office, urged the Importance of organi
zation throughout the entire state for
the general good of the system. Other
npeakets were W. W. Wilson of Sandy.
Mr Seely of the Salt l-ake postofflce, arid
J. W. I'reehaw of Ogden
Mayor Thomas H. Qulllen delivered an
address of welcome, followed by Robert
Askew At the noon hour all enjoyed
an elaborate banQuei. prepared for the
convention Judge E. E. Dudley acted
as toastmoster. Many toasts were re
In the afternoon transfers were pro
vided and the delegates "took in" Utah
copper. UOntana) Bingham nnd other
properties of tho camp. This was a very
successful session, much interest being
manifested. A large delegation of la
dles accompanied the delegates They
voted to hold the nevt semi-annual ses
sion In Ogden.
LOGAN EDUCATOR IS
THCHIWG IN EAST
Dr. Geo. Thomas of Utah Ag
ricultural College Honored
by Chicago University.
Special to The Tribune.
IjOGAN', July 21. Announcement is
made that Dr. George Thomas, professor
of economics at the Utah Agriculture col
lege, will deliver a series of twelve lec
tures to the student! of the University of
Chicago on the subject of "Rural Econ
omics His lectures will be upon such
subjects as farmers' Organisations, the
rural post, the marketing of agricultural
products, good roads question from the
economic standpoint; and different phaSSe
of tarm life a; these are of eoonomic im
portance. Dr. Thomas left recently for
Chicago for the purpose of special stud v.
and received the honor mentioned un
expectedly. He )s to substitute during
the Slimmer for Professor Hall of the
University of Chicago, who was unable
to fulfill his appointment at the Uni
versity. Dr. Thomas's work will extend
up until tho last of August. He 8 ex
pected l0 i-tum to Logan about that
ONE KILLED, ONE HURT,
Two Greek Laborers Run Down on Cop
per Belt, at Bingham,
Special to The Tribune.
BINGHAM Utah, July 21 Sam Bracks,
aged !?, was killed and Theros Moneicis!
40 years of age, was senouslv in lured
by being run over bv a train oi fifteen
cars on tb Copper 'Belt railway at 10
o clock tonight.
Bracks and Monekis. both Greeks em
ployed ns sertlon hands on the. railway,
were Walking down the track near the
ore bins of the Utah Copper company
and not aware of the train approaching
from the rear, backing down the grade
lo load up hi. the bins. H. N. Smith
conductor of the train, was on the rear
car and did not Se. (he men until almost
upon them. He shouted a warning but
was too late. The wheels passed com
pletely a-ross the body or Bracks and
dragged him about 100 feet before stop,
ping fie at 11 o'clock Inst nitrln
The wheels of the train crushed Mnnekis
right lesr below the knee.
Bracks la survived by a widow and sev
era! children in Greece. ne had been
in thlfl country bul a short time and en
tered the employ of the Copper Belt ro;id
three months nao.
nlU ulld, Troop'n left foot belnj maj.he-1 b
turen tii or-i of a rail nrM the car. Th! bort.T
were fra'iiir1 A niputa.1 Ion wilt not b ntc
rr The gwltehraan'; homo li in Leucni
Funeral of J T. Brackley.
rr. l to Ti Trlhunr.
OODBN, July fj. With tte locsl loo's of iBe
L O. O F. in f-lK'ge. funrl ternca for the
Uto J. T. Rnrkley were hM at rhe Klr1n-
211 ebesel t s orelee this artmoon. Th
Itev F i a n W B't!ner4 4llvere-1 nhorl ninerl
mermen, and Gu Sii(ider ann two aoloii. Id-tirm-nl
m In ICeBBteta View eemeT7.
ElectTiclaru? Go East.
S r " I 1 to Th TVIbUBI
or.r)HN. ulj ;i -a fecli iri. hf, ,,,e
New VorV nlrK.-r, ( the vtn,it Elartriclsns'
awouiion eeevesUeo, rMe4 iiirouch i.,in
l,,'r i,e Hmriman lines Qui BMrnfne as
aat. The.e were mora than ioo peroti n, ih.
Celebrate at Plain City.
Sperl to The Tribune
. OOOl; HIT :t.-DaMi Cook of mch,
h.rj -nae.1 ,o .1e, ,h p, nrpa arl-lrey. at
tha Tlaln Tlty riobration of Pluneer rtay Julr
: A rara-le at !) oVIok will followed &
an aaemhl In. th meeting bouse at lo o lorl
Athlatia arenta net danMn m fumh enter
lanBSMen during he afiamoon and evening
Whooping Cough Cases Numerous
peelal ta t Trihnne
OT.DEV. ltS ?1.-An epidemie f whooping
eough at thia season of tbo rear i ome'hing
that eren tha health dapartmest of. lalj o"o noi
attampl ro axplaln. yet euh a altuatlon
czUta In thl city at preaan- Twelve e,e of
whoopln rough quarantined ht fitr Saniutlon
Inapaotor ee-ge Bhectee furtni Om w.ei
eluding laat Satnrday. Li the -arorrl f lria iP.'
department Phyatelar.a tn a'ien1-.r. nn ,n,
i.-- - ic tbmA me ' are no ,
Burglars Rob Store.
-; IrJ io TTM Tribune.
OODEN. July :i -Whan George O. M Bride
proprietor of a ae'onl hand itore Wahlng
ton :.- and Twar.ty-thlrd atreet. (topped at
hla plee while on hta way home from' ehvrtA
r-r1ea thia ferer.oo . r -.r-1 that the itora
bad teen entered try tvurtlara during the night.
He reported to the poli'e thar artlr! aggreg4i"
ln tV) In value had heea taken T :--rludee
three rerohen two watchea. raion
pocket kcie. Jewelry and other erteetae
Salt Lakers in New York.
Special to The Tribune.
NBW YORK. Julv :i Cadillac B W
Grant; St. Denis, K. MulfonJ and wife. J
Y0UHI6 HMD DROWNS
HIMSELF IN L
Second Attempt at Suicide of j
E. A. Malouf Succeeds:
Ppec(n) to The Tribune.
PROVO. July 21. By hif -eeonrl atternp;
at self destruction In iwcntv-four hours.
K1. A. Malouf. 1 lewrw of Aire, whose
bome is in Anilrewa." N. C. ended his life
here pome time dunnt last night by
drowning. The voung man came here a
Week :igo to visit his uncle and cousins
Who arc In the mercantile business on
Center street, and it 1b helleved that
the high altitude affected his mind.
BatUfdaj morning he .lumped out of a
second utorv window from the apartments
of the Malouf's. over the store on West
("enter street. After that he was cloudy
watched h his relatives, hnt about 7
o'clock last night the young man evaded
the watchers and disappeared The fam-
lly, the senior Malouf. and two sons and I
two daughters hunted for the missing,
man all through the night, and not lill
10 o'clock this morning wag the hodv
found Charles Henrod, a farmer living i
'Just north of the city, accompanied by
his small son went to turn the water on
his farm, and at the headgates where the
water is diverted from the ennal to the
Irrigating ditch which Is just north of
the cold storage plant, he found the
body of young Malouf In tho waiter.
Officers on Scene.
Sheriff George .Tudd was Immediately
notified and he, with County Attorney I
Jacob Evans, went to the scene in an
automobile. While Sheriff Judd was ex
amining the papers found on the body to
ascertain who the man was young A Tt
Malouf and his sister drove by In a buggv
Sheriff Judd called to the voting people
and asked them If they were hunting
anyone, and being answered in the af- i
Amative told them to go no farther
The body was brought to the under- j
taking parlors of O. ft, Berg and Son.
end Sheriff Judd Immediately wired the'
father. Alkel Malouf. at Andrews. N. C . j
of his son's death. The relatives here sav
they think tho body will he sent to
North Carolina for burial
The Mnlouf's are Syrians, and while one
family came to Utah and settled In Provo
and engaged In the mercantile business
thiee years ago, the other family of
which the suicide is n member, engaged I
In the same business at Andrews N C
The family here Will say but little of
the affair, and when one of them was
asked for a cause. Die answer was "He!
was crazy," In the suicide's pockets wasj
found $17 50 In cash, a return ticket to
Atlantic City, Oa.. a leir from thel
father telling him to come home, and
other minor effects.
Dr. David Westwood. of this city, was
called to see the voung man Saturday I
evening about 30 minutes before he dis
appeared, and when seen tod.T. the doctor
said that he believed Malouf was not
normal mentally. "He seemed head
strong," said Dr. WestWOOd, 'and de
termined not to do anvthlng I told him
APPEARED LIKE RIOT.
Quarrel of Greek Laborers With Foreman
Calls Out Officers.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, July 21. Chief of roipe w.
F. Giles and Patrolman Jonas Collins
were called to the Denver it Rio Grande
depot this morning to quell what ap
peared for a short time to he a goods
sized riol among a number of Greek Ih
borers there. About sixty men. all Greeks,
with TV. S. Davis as Iheir foreman, are
employed In repairing the railroad bed on
the branch line which runs up Provo can
yon, and this morning one of the men, an
Interpreter, was discharger This man,
it appears, then went among the men
telling them that he would ger them a
better job If they would quit, and about
forty of the Greeks struck, and were
A oontrovery 1hen occurred Hbout the
men getting out of the cars kept on a. side
track for bunks, the foreman demanding
that they vacate, which enraged the. men
They gathered about the foreman, threat
ening to do him Injury Davis got out
of the way The police department was
notified and the officers went to the
-ne and after a short argument the en
raged men quieted flown.
BULL MOOSE PARTY IN
IDAHO CALLS MEETING
Speeds to The Tribune.
ROrsE, Idaho, July 81. The progressive
partv of Idaho win be formally launched
on July 30. prlmar-v election day at Sr
Anthony, Ida. The official call 'for the
conntion of the new partv was issued
In Boise today, under the direction of
Wood D Parker, publisher of the Teton
Teak Chronicle. Rt. Anthony, formerlr one
Of the leading Republican editors of the
flfate. The call has the indorsement of
the Fremont Progresie party, recently
organised In Fremont county, and which
is taking the initiative. n calling the state
convention, although .,tate headquarters
for the party has been opened In Boise
TO BUILD FINE STATION
Oreqon Short Line Plans Notable Im.
ppovement at Pocatello
Special to The Tribune
POCaTBULrO, July 21 -Tentath e plans
for the construction ..f new station build
ings af Pocatello have been received by
Superintendent Stevenson. Provision
made for nft y rooms, including an emi
grant waiting room, barber shop and
lectin-,, hall. Unification Is the keynote
of rh new Structure. The whole build
ing will occupy a space of more than
100 feet in length and fifty-eight fe,.t )n
width It will be built on the west s'de
of the tracks. The general furnishing'
of the ne w waiting and other rooms will
be of modern tvpe. and In keeping with
the high lone characteristic of the later
buildings of the Oregon shoit Line.
T C Martin, the furniture warehouse
owner. i.s constructing a three-story hus-
Iness '.lc k on North Mam street. Yong-
don Arnoi, are also considering the
construction of a four-storv modern of
fice bulMlnif in the same vicinity.
The "get-aexjuainted special of the
Oregon Short Line upent a couple of
hours In the Gats City on Saturday even
ing The member of the party were
entertained by the Commercial rltih.
F. n:. Eforton, district piunt superin
tendent of the woMm t iiion Telegraph
company, and A. Mlddleton. district
equipment supervisor, are in Pocatello.,
In connection with the opening of an
uptown office The exact location has
not yet been decided upon, but a couple,
of Center street buildings are under con
sideration. Including the old offlc of the
Idaho Consolidated Light & Power com.
BAND LEADER HONORED
Fellow Musician Pretent Their Conduc.
tor With Diamond Pin.
Special to The Tribune.
SALMON CITY. Idaho, July 21. H F
Lane, who has been leader of the Baimoii
City band for the pest two years has
gon- t.i reside In the east. Previous
to Ms leaving, he was given a diamond
stickpin by the member of the organl-j
ration The presentation was made bv
allon C. Met rltt. president erf the board I
of obi ectora.
The county commlsslonem denied p-
pllcatloni for liquor licenses at May.l
ALL OUR SUMMER MERCHANDISE IS GOING TO BE D HE
POSED OF REGARDLESS OF FORMER PRICE OR VaLUhI -Everything
must be cleared out before a single item of Fall GooA) 0,1
received. Our unprecedented business this season is responsible
many odds and ends left over in our stock. W"
Suits, Coats, Drosses, Waists, Etij
Representative of the best makers, in charming styles, and of best A
rics will be distributed at tempting prices. wL
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOl
USE IT FREELY DURING THIS SALE p
The privileges are yours to enjoy just the same as is usual at this
Come today, select what you want and arrange for easy Etjo
Weekly or IVSonthBy Payments 1
ALL GARMENTS SOLD TODAY AND TOMORROW WILL 1$
ALTERED TO WEAR FOR PIONEER DAY. ALTERATIONS F1W&
Remember the name and number and be here early.
Patteraon atui Oilmore on the ground
that a saloon would not be conducive to
the best Interests of the respective com
munities. lames Light, a well known pioneer of
tills district and veteran Of 'he civil
win died Wednesday, from the effects
of a stroke nf pnralytis.
W H. Shoup lias been elected Junior
vice commander of the newly organized
Idaho division of the Sons of Veterans.
DRINKS ACID. DIES
Mrs. Jos. Newhold, Jr., of Logan. Take;,
Own Life; Believed De.-nnged.
Special to The Trihune.
LOGAN, July 21. Mrs. Joseph New -bold,
Jr., who had lived In Logan all of
her life, commit t ed suicide hy swallow
ing cerbolii acid yesterday afternoon
The hodv was found by a searching party
In a vacant house ahout a. half block
from the Newhold home. Mrs. NeWDOld
was the wife of a merchant here and
Oie was the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
George Cole of tins city. In addition
to her husband and parents she is sin -irlved
hy three sisters and three brothers.
Mental derangement la thought to have
heen the cause of the act. An Inquest
win he held ai iA o'clock Monday,
Miss Spafford Chosen Queen.
Special lo The Tribune.
PRriVO. July 21. In the voting ernl f:
queen of the carolvaJ for 'he pioneer d- cele
bration, Mm Ann Spafford received lite high
ent number of QtS n1 w rl I a ml hy the
'ommlttre elcctri! lo that pe-Hlon KlM Spiif
ford to the eldest ilaughier of Mr and Mr
Willie K Spafford of the, Fuel ward. Mls
Merllne rtovliine Hnd Mlu F:the Tarlor will
be ruade maids of honor, Iher e. , receiving
the no-it hiKhest hamber of ots. reepectlTelj
J Peelde! th regular pararle and pragrSSine
for ihe telabntlon. there e re be an milornohlle
I carnival of latins at the t'tah County Kim a.
s-O' latlon s oind There are lo he j- ra I
Nix automobile ncee, lth $no in prltca.
Whoop ng Cough Kills.
Spei iai to The Tribune.
BINGHAM, Utah, July .'I -Donald R.
Toie-. the ten months' old son oi Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph FJ. Tobey, ilierl el 1:30
o'clock this morning from whooping
cough Mr Tobey le mining engine
for the Boston Consolidal e, Mminc i-'m-
pnny at Highlina Funeral arrange
inents hive noi iieeti made.
Boys Badly Hurt,
Special to The Trlhiine
PARK CITY, Inly -Jl. William Hae
man aued 7 and John IxirvIc. nsrrxl S.
were hadly injured thi afternoon liv
the explosion of a dynamite cap with
i which they were playing. The bo ye found
the cap iii th upper portion of the camp
and Innocently appll ed a lighted matt h. I
AS a result of the explosion the LogVle
hoy had the thumh and two fingers of
his rlpli hand so hadly mangled thai
amputation was necessary, while I l ite,
man's faoo was hadly burned and his Bi alp
Ceorce L. Iliehie. ranton, Mieh.:
nscl Foley Kiflney Pills for kidney and.
bladder trouble. He savs: "I find for
my case no other medicine equals Fol
By Kidney Fills for beneficial effect."
Tbey are a ?afe and reliable mcdicin
for kidney troublo and rheumatism.
Contain no harmful drugs- Schramm
Snow In Michigan
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich, Julv -1 ..a
UKht sprinkle of snow fe iMH, n, hl '
Carp lake, thirty mile north'ast of Pe
-.key. i'r,p were d.irr.ftKe.1
O ASTO R I A
Pioneer Day Rates
Via Oregon Short Line.
Tickets on halo July 23 and 21 Mm
ited to July 2.r,. See agents for rate
ami further particular.
Specie 2.- cent rato to LaCoon and
return via Bamberger electric dailv
from both Salt Lake and Ogden. com-'
mencmg 7 p. m. wetk days and 1 p
A Straight RflI egg MWLWJ
Talk on RICN 3 klLlfll.RW
t Weakness wl
Failinn Health, Nervousness WeilerepcV
Peer Memory, Loss of Energy, DfaiBP
the Ambition, Wornout Feeling, TtSLm
Headache Backache, Excesses, MSP
choly, Easily Excited Restless it Nlfjfeify
are sows of the symptoms that duiam
manhood. Br 1
safe, r.-ipid and perm.mer.t rufIll
n:tkiM'fS found men f"n Ihs WlJ,1"
mill o'vMui ::: ' i r nient I n them. B1 F
symptoms ri : e n . i.cth.
HC'ir, vit,'!it rohust :neUni eWVr
quickly restored. f
X, I am ICMf" i LDMa-q
spec;,i.sr ., i..,..- i posstn SM5ry
and experience acquired 1:1 such ttHlSI H
that no other can share and tSBtjR
not he i l.issf i with Inexperienced "Ss'
I AM FOR MEN. ,OJ'S "r "l'f laMsts. Sni
j No Incurable Cases r :.m:i yhe'iM Bltiit
Accepted. j:ne nv hv iilint; mini 1 to ?'r. Str
Reasonable Prices, cialisl he muhiIis mi oeftlafBlj,'
Quick and Lastuvj -if .-. n.j ii..,.!f who depend upon yttHiai ,
Cures. ma nd t he h-v-i im: len. Kwm
Free Advice on Die .1 -o-i ti:ls MtB!
Marriaoe. I h...v alv.'.iyi rir. ':'' rMJOBk
6H5 FOR BLOOD POISOIp
HO One Treatment Cures
PAY WHEN YOU ARE CURED. 1
1 take no in- u!,,M." .. .sr.;:. 1 treat onlv men an-1 f.-.r the foltof-HfJ1
- n-lltioii: Varicos Veins, Hydroclstlc Tumor. Bleoc: Dlseaeei, Ktr
I and Bladder Troubles. Piles and All Reflex Ailments. I
CONSULTATION AND DIAGNOSIS FREE. I
I do not chars e for :iiJ 'M'tit:--, t .-.n r -i,,si,ft ou call (SBr-, .
pirlvate talk you will nlwava llnd me In person. H''
HOURS 9 a. m to 5 p m.; Ever. no. 7 to 8: Sundays, 10 o 12 Osjbfc...
STATE MEDICAL CO. I
Rr.r.m 1 C. South Main c.trr,.t. Salt Lake, Utah. J''
DENVER I 1 GRANDE
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS
August 1, 2, 10, 23. 31.
September 4, 5.
St. Louis 49.00
Minneapolis. St Paul 52 00
Omaha, Kansas City 40 00
Denver, Colorado Spring 22.5-0
;.v.,. returning until October SI.
Stopover. I.lverse Routes.
to all parts of the WOfM
INTO TROLLEY CAR
Bj (ntsmatlonsj xew Berries
NK-.v HAVOr, coon., Jul, a, ,Kor
PerwtiH were injured, one Seriously here
this sfternooo, !. B i,,K :ovl, vmjmmn.
ffer tourine; car eklrtded on the elippery
pevemeats and crahei into a trolley car
WUlard Mack Marjone B4B
and the Oi pheum Players TJ ,
a drama of Mother JjBi1
raise in prices Matinees TJPknv
I and Sat Extra Mat. Wed. Jlkfc
Next week: Mr. Mack r
Rambeau offer th- Henry MI,,rlIJfit,
CesS. ' HFARTASE.'1 'JtM HI
SAVE TIME AND TBOjM
Lookinj at nli the vacant
town. Fiml the home or "w3 N
von nee,j l,v arlverrising tkWtt i
Ads. They are Urnc saver, 'Bl