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jf THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1912. y
OFFICE-256" WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 684.
"""; afflco Hours 6 a. m. to 10: 30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. a.
iSHOW TO Fit
chants and Manu
leased With Suc-
29. Tlio Ogden mcr
jfacturfjrs arc fo pleased
fled success of tlio first
show that a permanent
be perfected for the pur
sltullar expositions each
It Is believed by many
or soml-annunl cclcbra
e to do for Ogden what
done for Pendleton. Or..
Brigliam City and the
r Cheyenne. Wyo.
,cn arc unanimous n the
event ever attempted In
moro to enliven the city
Interest in the Junction
activities. While there
; amount of money spent
8 of visitors during the
show, the beautiful dls
id tasty decorations fur
rtislng medium which
business during the fu
a Fashion show was not
attention of the Ogden
than six Tvecks ago and
were confined practically
Lho exhibition In spite
lod of preparation won
sro obtained. From the
:s of the various corn
own that the total cx
than $700. this amount
y donations from the
Tho success of the
ho belief that more than
;d with very little eftort
losltlon next spring or
been suggested that a
be held late in October.
'IjKfUia in Borrowed Automobile May
Jhlt ijF R"Ult Dl5a6tous,y
tSfjil to The Tribune.
f- wBSgDEN, Sept. 29. n. "E. Loan, a for
'n titiMaSdt Lake chauffeur, faces a charge
uttoKTrrud Greeny as the result of a Joy
hli ML which was suddenly terminated last
BfelKhenthe "borrowed" automobile lie
tll'iiBw Wring plunged into an Irrigation
I'bftAfch war the Sanitarium at the mouth
KbftStfQlJtn canyon. The car was the prop
tU WChcf Lee Lowcnstem, residing at 2159
tot?iBjion avenue. Loan, who was arrcst
la -(itrDttectives George Wardlaw and
"I hfltdi Plncock todiiy. declares that he
'' MBwnerely testing the car after lie had
,ftn,MflWttrf some repairs.
rii:MTl8 OCTer docs not deny that the
oftiteS&tfOT had worked on the car but he
orrtiBptLoan no permission to take it from
bfjUlt tints last night. Accompanied hy
oh JBlT'f m"' Loan drove the auto
ha'SpRlH Ogden canyon and was rclurn
r&iliHtlQthe city when he lost control of
wkoichlnc on the rond which branencs
re'Bf "Orth at tho Sanitarium. Doth of
ii UkmuaftTS were thrown across the
jsibjMBato wfety when the car plunged over
t HfS( fttn-foot bank, landing directly on
J la six feet of water. Loan and his
3 HaBKod, who were uninjured, Immediately
dButoitd the auto. A gaq of men.
-ImiSfi iha aid of a derrick, raised the
re wW'-WW auto from the ditch today.
etiJ 8ALT LAKER TALKS,
rifl'SBV'' Chalden Smith Addresses In
uQm wl of State Industrial School.
dil io The Tribune.
ttJDEff, Sept. 29. An interesting dls
r5V thc fundamental laws by -which
Jf? today Is governed was given
lie Rev. J. Chalden Smith of Salt
m i before the students of the Utah In
!W1 school at a goneral assembly
WS this afternoon. The Breaker's
;Pm toe "Something of the Law of
Wot About Us." The speaker was a
jctrpaator at Provo. but Is now prin
& of a Salt Lake grade school.
m Superintendent E. G. Gowans and
Officer E. M, Rowo of tho stale
Mi were absent ittu evening on lcc-
"jagemcnts. Dr. Gowans dellv
SLFi across at Clinton and Mr. powc
S?t'h young people of the Eighth
W on 'The Altruistic MnnV
fcIi!?9 Past weok the students at
JiMUstrlal school have harvested sev
. tZ$iTti bushels of pcachea and oth
5. a large portion of which was
fjinrougli a local fruit exchange. The
JFouc science department took an acT
2 Put a the fruit harvest bv bottling
"prts for the private use of the
tho wrk will continue for
N CLEW To THIEVES.
M? Who Stole Automobile at Ogden
o The Tribune.
Sef!l- M. Aftor following
1WVolU,hcm 10 J-osan. Deputy
M&tt ?e Vine and Harry L, Lin
SHSHi1 t0 len todav without hav-
K in this city Friday evening.
was tho property of Mr.
riS- Stmlebakor Bros.
jiW'jilwt arc nw working on the
ill? by th'eves who expect to dls
SBfSlS nW116 and sell 11. A de-
5Mfct ocrata Elcct Delegates.
Uu . pt; 35- Democrat of Mon
Q, Pftmarr hibt nidit' an.l olcci.
lMtlil ui ? ,,,:IcC-ttcs to ottenrt Ibe
Bfij,: Okr mi ln ftor'al convcntlnnn at larya
u. Jonopli II. Lone. J. A.
In , ,,Un 'r'Jfl- Tl' lo!cSlltOtl V.-H4
.t!lr. or Olof Mli-holncti for l.lo
aJBR'titM S. f0,Iow'nK olrctnl ilc.-?aiffi
IfWani rj;iMfOU"ly rn'ivntton to Ho ln-ld In
Il9l& lert X"' 1UnH T,,n- 0C L3r,v"'
K. cirii'ul1, "in" r. lUiwcn. ClirUlLin
HWi filwoiwen. Martin Slinuntcu. J.
S.'BrJl' !ltill Ptl A' s,nl111 'n" Tuft
LB tJ . i ''1 lho u"ntr cnnvcutlon were
Str. JrJ. ? f?r rwrl Tuft fr cunity om-
2 ,nrt Oliver r lrcn FccrcLiry.
iH. J?Ua T' Wwm Dead, '
(Hl,.,w.'aiM . !S:-Jwli'i T. n.ieliinn. asrfl
rw fl ,'h0 'n,nl'J' '. 051 Twenty
I'HlP.tln1 IHn-ir ,U:3 n'"locW lst niBbt flcr
AH 'li.rBtoi r . Pcmonla. He war lnrn
IflBlShii I . EJ5 ,al"1' April 1. 1855. romlug tn
iBt!!5!! br ih 1,nr ""n? T"nr lie -rr.n
fTHfrf tBtui' l1p Si-owcroft & So'"" (.'nipin''.
''2? wif. ? Uln ''MylltB huslnew. He
irB fte tuu ,lc ""rvlvc.1 by three tn
f-lRr- 0?. rB,' u,r fh,r "'' rvM"'
'jB M sxaij" 0f l"r I'mllierj". Tlionwi nvcktiinn.
IBtWil intm.."r .Uln rollo ileprtmcnt. Tim
kM bn ntn ,uvo ""I '"''c The
rwty amoved to tho UrVIn midoiliiU.
S ett K'eplini unloon at xn Twcntr
Wti j1-,.1'11 mornlnR. TIm nlton l
C'Jr J' i l'-,Rn'l'li K. To. Tim jobbery
W fnTi ir.,Mcrc,mnt r.Urolmnn Dan Sul
SJIne ill pmrmi..o lin.l been palnr.l
f tiva Kl" from roar ilo-ir Tlio
nu anrn.tB In the me.
Em,.. Oompaay Porraod.
feL 'wPn JS'"Tl,e Klmlrlc Scrrlre rem.
fcJ?"1"" " file article ol
NtJ. Clijrlra Hartley of Matloon. III.; Simon
Keran0' ,?' "SO. III.: Krtd C. IUrker o It
ln ff.tOtj. the nc.- coiTipur proposes to
KdS? a ;:o"or',1 Hocsr,c JUtUro n'"' 9upp'
NO KICK IN JOKE.
Disappointed Ball Players Turn Jaunt
Into Boost for Town.
Special to Tho Tribune.
hiinN Scp.1- ,"3-TI,c Tremonton
ousincsb men who journeyed to this city
a. week aco today to plav a Kame of
baseball wi th the Ogdcn . United Commcr
clal Travelers and failed to locate the
man who arranged tho came, deny that
lite Joke had much of a kick in it. Writ-
m!, t0T-a eiIbcr P tnc lcfc' organiza
tion. F. C. Gephart says that they
aimed (he visit Into a booster excursion
tor rrctnonlon's apple day on October 8
and also spent a very pleasant afternoon
The Tremonton man declares that the
apple tovn boosters were not visibly
peeved over their Inability to pick a base
ball quarrel with the Ogden traveling
men, hut claim a 0 to 0 vlctorv Just for
luck. 'I hey will seek an opportunity to
square accounts more fully next season,
according to Mr. Gephart.
I Says He Was Robbed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept.- AlthoiiRh he failed to re.
port 'lie- matter to the police until he wan
about lo board a late train for Son Kran
cueo and not until an officer had jnucht ltlm
out from nmonK the parcengcrs at the union
station. Levi Walter of Auburn N. Y.. told
Patrolman H C. Peterson Inst Rht that hn
had been rohbed of J230 br three stranger. The
officers mado a fiparrh for the suppoyed "mire
)V , ,crrw- l,,,t W-altens did not evidence fcur
fii'lent Interwt to remain In tho city mid nld In
Ho hunt, WIUi nlxty.flve centn In his poisetelon
ho coutlnucd lilb Jouiner wen
j Mrs. Gaymon Is Dead.
Special to The Tribune.
OCDli.V. Sept. :S. Tho funeral of Mrj. Paul
n. G,"mon- w'f f -Dnrldy" G. W. Oaymon.
will be held Tuesday afternoon with services
at tho Klmt vard chapel at 2 o'clock. The
body will llo In etnte at the family home. :st0
Child avenue, hetvecn the hours or 2 and 3
P nt. Monday. Mrs. Gaynion died at the home
70Uerduy mornliiK after flvo vccU- lllneia.
Members of the local lodRr. Women of Wood
craft and Ladles of (lie Maccbcea. will attend
the funeral scrvlcB in a body
Bull Moose Banquet.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Sept. CO. The follower of Colonel
Roosevelt, who arc. members of the Bull Mooe
society, have arranged for a public rcceptlou
and banquet to be nit en nt the CaRlrs hall on
lludnon uremic tomorrow cvrnlnp. Several can
didate will be Initiated Into tho auxiliary to the
Progressive party for the ontertelnnioiit of the
vlsltom. Poprcjeiitatlvca of tho Bull Moos so
ciety In Salt Like Rrc expected to attend.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDIJN. Sept. 23. Furernl servlccii for tho In
fant daughter or Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Tower
will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow nfternoon at
the Klrkendall chapel Tbe child died at the
family residence. 2S33 Plncice avenue, ycaterday.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 23. A forgery, which waa re
ported to the poltco today has started tho offi
cers In Fcarch of n stranger who lo believed
to liave panted bcvoral spurious chocks In the
city last night. In the one cose reported eo
far a forged check for J12.B0 waa cashed by the
Additional Sporting News
TO BEGIN THURSDAY
Special to The Tribune.
BOISK. Sept. 29. The polo champion
ship of tho northwest will be decided this
week whon tho Portland, Ontario, Bolso
and Boise barracks polo teams nifot In a
six-days' meet commencing Tuesday aft
ernoon. Between twenty and twcnty-flvc
or tho fastcBt amateur polo players in
the west will participate while the pad
dockH will hold fifty to sixty ponies.
Shipped by express, sixteen of tho best
polo ponies on the Pacific coast, owned
by the Portland team, arrived In Boise,
ystorday. Scyernl of them are valued at
?1000 each and have been carefully
trained to pluy the game.
The Portland team consisting of Harry
and Hamilton Corbet, Ben Tone and Mr.
.Johnson, will arrive tonight.
With tho Onturlo team will ho the. fa
mous Chapman family, Marry Chapman,
a veteran at the game, and his three
sons. Edgar, Albert and Charles. The
playing of this quartet In other matches
pulled off In thlK oltv and Ontario has
been little less than phenomenal.
With Boise there will be Harry Falk,
Ldward Ostner, C T. Barrlnger, Herbert
Lemp and J. S. Torrenr;.
The army or the Boise bnrracks team
will be represented by Ijlr.utenants Haver
camp, niielnhardt. Roscoe, Wall and Ser
geant Roosc. All are well known polo
players who have been with the army
team for years.
The schedule Is as follows: ft
Tuesday Portland versus Boise Bar
racks. Wednesday Boise versus Ontario.
Thursday Portland versus Ontario.
Friday Boise versus Boise Barracks.
Saturday Boise Barracks versus On
tario. Sunday Portland versus Boise.
L. D. S. HIGH TO
HAVE CLASS LEAGUE
Class leagues are being organized In
basketball, vollybnll and handball nt the
L. D. S. hlKh school. Coach Miller Is be
ing assisted by Physical Instructor .Day
.of the Doserct gymnasium In getting the
boys of the different classes Interested
in athletic activities. The object of the
coach Is to get ns manv boys as possible
working In the different games, so they
are arranging to have live different teams
for each of the three sports.
The seniors are confident of getting at
least two of the flags, but the freshmen
will put up a good tight.
The class leagues will last about two
Ofiden Packing &. Provision company. The po
lice have a good description of tho man. Any
further for?erlea committed by him will not be
discovered until the banks open tomorrow morning.
Returned to Idaho.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 23. H 13. Jiboldon. a parole
officer of the Idaho Industrial nchool departed
for St. Anthony today with three Btudcuts who
escaped from the Gem Mato Institution during
the past four weeks. Tlio runaways are Harold
Jewell, Earl Haekman. nllns Jack Diamond, and
Pearl Do Kord. The young men were, taken
Into cuutody by the local pollco and the girl
by the Silt Lake authorities.
Socialist Author Talks.
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 2P. George II. Klrkpatrlck.
author or "War: What Fort" and other articles
oil Soclallnm. dellrerrd an addref on "'The Hyp
notism of lho Laboring Man" at tho Eagles hall
hero tonight. Studcntu In political economy of
the Ogdnn high nchool were among his W) aud
itors. He Is a campaign orator for Eugene V.
Debs, Socialist candidate for preildent. He
touched briefly tlio present campaign Issuk and
tho platform of tho other cundldatea.
)JFamousBoneHeadmPlays fk. I
foMAJop League Diamonds. qj
YJT Hth S.FuIlerton. fj)
ff3 "y GEORGE MULLIN
V , Pitcher Detroit TIgr, Who for Many
v Years Hna Been One of the Bet v nt. f
and Clevereet Pltchera of the
Far be it from me to boast much
about It, but it la a fact that what I
bolleve 'was tho biggest bone-headed
play I ever made, won the American
league championship for Detroit,
It doesn't do me much credit to tell
the yarn, but every word of It is true.
The Detroit players all knew about it,
but I guess no one in the stands, or
sJk.O ' ,.- '4'fai-----;'' XlA '
even in the press box. knew It- It
just goes to provo how much of a
Tactor luck is In baseball.
In the fall of 1908 we wore playfns
in Cleveland and, if you remember,
they were pushing us hard for the
lead of tho race. I was pitching
against "Dusty" Rhoodou, a corking
good man who always made it hard to
beat him even when he wasn't at his
best. Charles Schmidt was catching
for me. It came down to the first
half of the ninth with the score 3 to 2
In our favor, but their toughest bat
ters wero coming up and it wasn't a
cinch. They came at u.a hard, and got
a runner on third, one on first and one
man out with Bill Hinchman at bat,
and pitchers who have faced Hinch
man will testify that it looked' & little
uhaky for Detroit just then.
For two or three innings I had been
worrying over the idea that thoy had
our signals- I walked up toward
Schmidt and told him to Bignal for a
fast ball, but that I would pitch out
as T thought they wore getting ray
signals. I was bo worrier! over the
situation that J entirely forgot to
notify either the infield or the out
field what T was going to do.
I tried hard to waste the ball but
Instead of wasting it. I got it over tho
plate, right in the groove. Hinchman
had given the hit and run sign. Just
hb I expected he would do, and both
runners were going when the ball was
pitched. Hinchman hit that ball a
mile a minute straight through my
T thought it was curtain for me,
I but you can Imagine my aurprise
whan I turned and saw Schoefer right
hack of second base, making a beau
tiful stop and starting a fast double
play that killed Cleveland's last
chnnce and Baved tho game for De
troit It not only saved the game, but
it saved the pennant, as we had to
beat Chicago on the following Sun
day to win the pennant and keep from
finishing third. When I recovered I
told Sciiaef the play I had in mind
and we figured out the play this way:
If tho Infield had known I was going
to pitch out O'Leary would have cov
ered second base and the ball would
have gone through over tho bag with
no ono near it. It would have been
Impossible for O'Leary to reach tho
ball. My failure to let the infield
know what I was going to do saved
us. T crossed Schafer, and he, think
ing I was on the level about pitching
a fnfit straight ball, played hack of
second and saved the game.
You can see how a bone-head play
by myself would have lost the pen
dant if Schaef hadn't saved it.
JLlc-jpyr,?i l wr G. Chapman..)
months. When they :tw over the men
who have shown the bust form will try
out for places on tho school team. The
b. D. S. high has alwayn put tip a good
light for tho state high school champion
ship In basketball, having won It cvory
year until last year, when they lost to
tlio B. Y. C. of L-ogan.
Only three of last year's team arc back
at school this year. They arc G. Smith,
center: Ievoy, forward, and Bcnnlon, who
plays a good game In anv position.
"Chick" Howe, the all-star forward and
his brother. Royal, arc both working this
year. Tt Is possible, however, that Koy
will' start school In the mid-year.
Standing of the Clubs'
Won. Lost. PC.
New lork 100 45 ,000
Pittsburg no r.7 .612
Chicago S9 57 .filO
Cincinnati 7.1 75 497
Philadelphia 70 71;
St- Louis r,l 8K .409
Brooklyn nc 111 3SI
Boston -is ny .n-7
Won. Lost. PC
gston lot 40 .fig?
Sm'JVY1 -SO 58 .005
Philadelphia 87 00 .r.32
Chicago 7:1 77 .487
Cleveland 7-' 77 -is 4
petrol t 60 So !403
ht. Louis 52 98 347
N'cw York 50 07 ..'110
Won. Lost. P.C.
Denver 06 63 .604
Omha 92 08 .575
St. Joseph 02 72 .501
Dos iMolncs 82 70 .500
"coin si si .500
faloux City 74 85 .465
Topeka , 50 107 .318
, , Won. Lost P.C.
Oakland ion 71 .506
Los Angeles 09 74 572
Vernon 00 t 76 .558
Portland 73 85 .462
San Francisco 77 100 .435
Sacramento 62 106 .368
OAKLAND, Sept. 29. Moraine came:
R. H. B.
Sacramento 0 C 4
Oakland , ,..'.2 5 1
Balterlea Williams and Cheek: Gregory and
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23. Afternoon tamn:
' R. H. E.
Sacramento , fi 12 2
Oakland X 7
Batteries Munsell and Krelr: Chrlctlan and
VERNON, Sept. S3. Mornlnc came'
R. II T.
Los Angeles n jb j
Vernon j f
Batteries Raleigh, Carnon, Gray and Acncy,
Afternoon gamo-. r. h. E.
Vernon Kmi , , 13 1
Loj Angelas io 1
Batteries Stewart and Agnew; Musicr and
TORTL.AND, Or.. 3ept .ID. First game.
R. H. E.
San Francisco 3 B
Portland 12 1
Balterlea Daker and Berry; Sutor, Klawltter
Second game n. H E.
San Francisco 1 G 1
Potrland . 3 3
Batteries McCory and Schmidt: Koeftner and
At Dcnvor Denver, I; Topeka, 0.
At St. Joseph St. Joseph, i; Omaha, 1.
At Sioux City Sioux City. 6: Dea Molnet, 14.
Second rame Dcs Molnco, 2: Slour City, 1.
LINCOLN, Sept. 23. Hngorman'i maalorful
pitching In both game won for Lincoln. Lin
coln won the laet ten games or tho neaoon. Score:
R. II. E.
Wichita 3 8 0
Lincoln C 9 2
Batteries Scott and Wacob; Hagerman and
Second game: n. H. E.
Wichita 7 P 4
Lincoln 10 7 3
BattcrWo Thonu?. Perry and demons; Hager
man and Carney,
SEATTLE, ScpL 20. Score:
n. H. n.
Portland ..3 8 2
Seattle 5 11 2
Batterler Agnew aud Harris; Schneider and
TACOMA, Waah., Sopt. 2?. Score:
R. H. K.
Victoria. 2 t l
T.icoma 1 12 2
Batteries Wllaon and Troah; Crlger and La
I HEAVYWEIGHTS MEET
j OCT. 4 AT MURRAY
The Demetral-Lcoa boxing bout will bo ntaged
October 4 In Trocedo halt, Murray, according
to an announcement made Inst night by Fire
Chler Tom Oallagber of that place. The big
fellows will box twenty rounds nud tho go
; xhould br an Interesting one. Demntral and
Leon ara bitter enemies and both will try their
hardest to land a knockout punch.
Two other events will make up the e.vonlng'a
programme. Jack Keep, the "Sighting flro
ninn" of Murray and "Kid" Irlnh will o four
rounds In tho preliminary and Harry Harris and
"Young Ad Wolnont" arc slated to box nix
round aa a orml-flnal.
Tho principals tn tho bout will do a. por
tion of their training at Murray. A llbor&l per
centage of the proceeds of the ontortalnment
will go to tho Murray fire department.
Auto Drivers to Practice.
MILWAUKEE. Sopt. 29. Official practice for
the Vanderblll and Grand r.-lx automobile racea
will begin tomorrow at Wauwautosa course and
wonderful ttmo la expected in the preliminaries
for the cup races r.Iated for Wednesday, Thura
duy and Saturday, Since tlio postponement tho
track has been put Id perfeet condition. Tho
drivers tay tbn road lu 10 hard all to Insure
Queal Wins Bike Race.
NEWARK. N. J.. Sept. 20. In a twelve-mile
professional race at tho Vnllshurs track today
on of lho rldcra competing, nilly Quoal, the
American champion, after alternating in the lead
with WllUam Kolohmalncu of Finland, heat
tho latter to th tapo by Inchcn only lu 1:03:19,
John Johannsen t Sweden was third, one-third
of a mile buck.
Today's Havre de Grace Entries.
Flint rr. 3lx furlongs, telling:
ms Sickle 107 S20J Napier 103
(334 Otuignr . ..,,..107 6335 H. Hutchinson ..117
5275 Kate K ...107 4S0 Suffragist 115
4100 Chltla 107 5131 Ochre Court ...106
6:93 KulglU Dock ..107 6185 Towton Field .,110
1SJ3 Mls Moments ..102 4717 Handrunnlng ....110
(3(0 CatuT 97 WS Premier 112
Second race On mile and sftrnnly yards:
B1S8 SuprvUnr . . .11011375 O Em ,.,..110
MM Jaequallna . ,.U0)K2t9 Carols. , 110
E291 redlgre . ..,.1101012$ Gift ,.105
62(3 Eton Blun ,....U0
Third rar. Flro and a half furlongs, nelllngr
KJM Stockton 10316151 Star Ga:e .....107
llto Macaroni 1031 5055 Strenuous 107
JI9J Battery ..1MIH64 Falronnt 107
330 Jopqutl 103C0II Mohlwk Boy ....107
Fouth race One mile and anventy yards;
12CS Oarth ,. .101 6i: Gates 103
40?S ManMh 104 M.iK Stairs 107
5058 Hoffman US 606G Kind Sir 9t
5:0 El Oro US 52 Wolfertoa . ...114
5359 Amiltl 10!!
Fifth race Flv furlongs, purse:
J2SX Hopny Tit 103 S2AS Fatly Orub 101
5110 Smash 101 h:oz Chuckles . ,....110
IZii Monlrossor . ..102 5280 Aurlflc 103
0237 Faseea 102 KCi Hans Creek 93
6253 Lateut 10l
Sixth raeo Six furlongs. Lelllng-
6258 nagufu , 101 48: Mimesis .. . 95
6237 Pis Dipper ... HU 6292 lluclo Ohio . ,1fK
MIO Pogwood . ..... 93 600 Schallt-r , . 110
6180 Llnbrook , . .. tS 6237 Doc Tracy 37
Hats for Men D s$ I s ! I
Ml, he best styles iJ(JL(jL FURNISHINGS I .
$2 tO JfS S&'SB'j The newest of everything ,
save A dollar jQf. yOUr Popular Prices j
a Suit ? I
Monday Special I
Choice of One Hundred l
Men's regular $25.00. Suits.
the latest fall weight diagonals, tweeds, H
cheviots and fancy weaves.
l be immensely pleased to see the hand- H
lothes that have been so carefully tailored H
ylish, well-fitted garments; they're ready H
.i to wear today.
u It Find Here a Great I
inchillas are in high favor, as well as the j
ough, burly fabrics. We show some beau- X
lodels in belted-back storm coats and in U
ig coats, both in three-quarter and full
. You ought to choose yours now, you'll
NECKWEAR J SHIRTSPECIAL I
I $1.00 Values V -r'Wwfn f C TODAY
SELLING TODAY FOR Jf ff 1 3 $1 15 '
J '50C 258-60 South Main VALVES u'p 70 m j I
BRINGS BIG CROWD
A special train from Helena nrrlved In Salt
Lake City at 7.65 o'clock last evening carry
ing 300 horse owners, trainers, Jocklcs and other
followers of tho races. The Helena rcco meet
closed Saturday nnd tho "rcgulara" como to
this city for tho week'o racing at tho Stxlo
fair and the fall meeting at Lagoon which fol
lows. Many of tho owners will etnrt horac3 at the
fair, while others will tako tholr charges di
rect to Lagoon In rest up for tho opening, a
wcok away. Practically all o tho rid era who
accopt mounts on tho lntermounUln circuit will
rldo at tho fair nnd patrons of tlio races at
tho fair grounds will sco uomu hlgh-closi uaddlo
Starter Harry Morrlssey and his nsststants wero
among thn arrivals and will send tho liomc3
away during tho fair.
Makes New Swimming Eccord.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 23. Walter Pomeru,
of tho Sun Francisco Otymplo club established a
new swimming record ncro.-ji San Frnnclsco bay
lodsy, covering tho dlst.inco of about four and
a half ml lea In 1 hour CI minutes nnd 13 seconds.
Tho former record of Z hour and 1 minute was
mado by Robert Bcclc Septembo? 15.
Women Contest for Golf Honors.
MANCHESTER, Maaa., Sept. 23, Three score
leading women plnyore aro expeotod to start to
morrow lu tho opening round of tho eighteenth
national golf championship for women played
thin year on tho links of tho Esrex County club.
For the first ttmo since 3005 the field, will be
confined entirely to Americans.
Sets New Hammorthrow Record
NEW YORK, Sept. 23, Matt McGrath. world's
champion hammor throwor. added a now world's
record to his string today at Celtic Park. He
throw tho lfl-pound hammer with unlimited run
and follow 191 feet C Inches. Tho former rec
ord was 180 feet 1 Inch, by J. J. Flanagan
on the same grounds tbrea yearn ngo.
Mrs. J. N. Hill, Homer, Ga., has used
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for
years, and says she always recommends
it to hor friends. "It never fails to
cure our coughs nnd coldB and prevents
croup. Wo have five children and al
ways pivo thorn Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for a cold, and they are
all soon well. Wo would not bo with
out it in our houso." Schramm-John-bob,
DrujfB, five (5) stores.
THE WANT AD CHANCES ARE
Cheap, forceful, reliable. Thousandu
rend them cvory day.
CENTRAL WEST BUYING
QUANTITIES OF STEEL
NEW YORK. Sopt. 110. TIiu center of
tho fltcr:! trade activity Inst week waa
tho central west, where large sulea of
Bteel and Iron woni made at advanced
prices. In the I'lttHbitrp di.strlcl ulonc.
sales of 100,000 tons of hanlc and 50,000
tons of Itcsaemer resulted in an ad
vance of 50 cents to ?1 per ton-
Tn the eastern territory, outside of
Buffalo, transactions were lighter, less
than 25.000 tons. Thot o was also less ac-
tlvltv In tho south, hut In all districts I
merchant suIck exceeded 300.000 tons.
In finished steel products, thoro was
some decrease In tho volume of now busi
ness, and equipment ortlcrs were disap
pointing, only 32.000 tony of rails. 1139
cars, fifty locomotives, and less than 5000
tonn of structural steel- The principal
activity waR In bars, sheets, wire pro
ducts and tin plato.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Ghildron.
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Salt Lake Theatre "tt&ar-
Week Commencing TONIGHT
Matinees Wed. and Sat.
Direct from 3 months In Chicago.
In Paul Armstrong's new play,
A Romance of the Underworld
With Catherine Calvert and Com
pany of 50.
Prices Eve'., 25c to $1.50;
Matinees, 25c to $1.00,
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I ALL THIS WEEK, 1
I MACK-RAM BEAU
And players In I
I Tfie Main I
I From Home I
Mats. Thura. and Sat.
Popular prices m
Next vcek, "The Strcnoth
B of the Weak.''
ALL THIS WEEK,
Mrs. Annie Adams
"The Butler's Secret"
Uy James Lattlmorc Illmrotl.
Prlri'S- -'."p. Mf and SOc.
Matinees Wed and Snt,
Phono Wasatcn jjqj, H
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. f
Another Great Bill. Our
tain rises tonight at 9:15, .
immediately after the elec
trical parade. Entire Bill
will be presented. j
BEST SHOW IN TOWN. j
ISULL1VAN-CONSIDINE n H
Greater Advanced Vaudevllls I 1
. ' 0. Moluao prcarnU "L., PETITE 1 H
FIRST COi3K." it pnotocilmo of tbs 1
TIME TArla underworld; 11 paotamlm- H
-rno A V Iota and diDvcrs. i H
iuumt SULLIVAN and BARTMSO. Is I 'H
2:30 tho heart lntorr.atltic pUylct, M H
7i30 "A Spotloi Reputitlna;" Loon 1 H
and Gucrnry; Tho Sombreros; Ciirrr I H
Di5 nd llller: nillr noan; Km- ffl , ,M
' rtci Otclicstra; ratho'e Weekly. J M
Regular 30c I Matinee Dally ift It M
Empress 20 500 1 UC I H
Monday '3 Prograiume, j
a thrilling H
"THE BANDIT OF POINT I 'H
1000 feet of (lelihtftil pictures .of H
tlio old lighthouse keeper, the iH
the nbcrilV. iH
"PA'S MEDICINE, " 'H
A comedy lv tiu n H
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