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B US f . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1QI2.
I TOO STJITE CASES
Oil in TODAY
Appeals of Murray and Mc
whinney Are First on
Tho state supreme court will begin Its
October term tomorrow morning with
tho hearing of tho appeal of John Mur
ray, convicted of htghway robbery and
sentenced to life Imprisonment In tho
state prison. Murray waa the pal of J.
.1. Alorris In the robbery of the Uncle
Sam pawnshop In First South street and
In the escape from which Morris killed
,T. Walter Axtell, for which crime he
(Morris) was later executed by hanging
at tho stato penitentiary. Murray es
caped a similar fatr by reason of the
fact that he was placed under arrest for
the robbery a minute or two before the
shooting occurred, a block away.
The appeal of Ilarley Mcwhlnnoy, con
victed murderer of C- 1. Erlckson, In
the Ramona rooming house, October 6,
1911, is also on tho calendar for bearing
tomorrow. Mewhlnney and Sam Klrk
patrlck the latter now serving twenty
years In the state penitentiary, went
to the rooming house and there endeav
ored to rob a man In tho room of Mrs,
Marie Fuller. In the course of the rob
bery Erlckson tried to enme to the res
cue and was shot in cold blood. Ktrk
patrlck pleaded guilty to participation In
the crime and was sentenced to twenty
years. Mewhlnney stood trial and was
found guilty and sentenced to bo exe
cuted by shooting. However, It Is possi
ble that both cases may go to tho foot
of the calendar on motion of the attor
In tho criminal division of the Third
district court, the trial of Alfred Soren
sen, charged with the murder of Thomas
McGIllIs, Is on the calendar for tomor
row. Tt la expected that the hearing In
the Sorensen case will be largely attend
ed, owing to the political connections of
the accused, who was prominent m he
Judge O. X. Hilton of Colorado is In
Salt Lake for tho purpose of defending
Sorensen Originally Attorney Wlllanl
Hanson was In charge of the case, but
when ho becamo Implicated In t')i bribery
charges recently at pollco headquarters
Judge Hilton was retained by Horcnseu
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What Is ihe Perfect Proposal of Marriage ?
WOMEN TELL HOW BASHFUL YOUNG
By Margaret Hubbard Ayer.
WHAT is the perfect proposal?
If your best beau were to offer
you hand and heart, as, of course. It Ik
expected that he will do, In what way
should ho propose?
How should he word that little speech
which Is to make you happiest among
Every girl dreams of what her first
proposal will be like, and usually that
pplsodo Is wreathed In all the poetic and
romantic fancies of which her Imaglna
'tlon is capable.
If you could have your choice, In just
what setting, under Just what circum
stances, and just how would He propose?
Would it be a proposal a la Robort
Chambers, the soothing and glowing kind,
set In a. most expensive brocade and per
fumed environment, redolent of high soci
ety, or would it bo a simple Mary W'll-kins-llkc
Would It he a proposal over tho tele
phone, by tt'lreless or cablegram?
To start off In the search and more
or less to encourage tho bashful, I asked
three well-known women what their Idea
of the Ideal proposal would be.
First, I went In search of Mrs Arthur
A. Brooks, the president of the Gotham
club and a member of scores of othor
clubs. Mrs. Hrooks is n handsome bru
nette, with (laHhlng bluo eyes, and one
can well believe that she's had much per
sonal experiencf and Ik an excellent judge
of what a good proposal ought to sound
"The ideal proposal." said Mrs. Brooks,
"Is ono that's accepted, and where thoro
Is never any regret. But you oughtn't
ask mo such questions: I have a grown
up son. you know, and It's a long time
since 1 thought of anything like that.
However. I heard the other day of an
Interesllng proposal, which would appeal
to those who like unique adventures.
"A young man and a young woman
had been friends for a number of
years. He had never proposed to her
directly, though It had been genorally
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Mothers should always koop Syrup of
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needed- a little given today will save
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Full directions for children of all ages
and for grown-ups plainly printod on
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understood that they woro well fitted
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"Suddenly, out of tho clear sky he tele
graphed her about ns follows: 'Let me
.tnow, wnat da and ll0m" 'ou will bo at
tho door of your hovel. The cavo man
irom the woods will swoop down and
carry you away by the haJr of your head.'
Her "Hovel" a Mansion.
"She wired back, 'Three o'clock 'on
Tuesday.' and lo, and behold, exactly at
3 oclock ."he stood at tho door of her hovel,
which wus really a magnificent Colonial
mansion, with a garage that held three
automobiles, and everything that could
"Her suitor arrived In his automobile
and they set out to find a clergyman. On
their way, they met her grandmother out
driving. 'Come on. grandmother, I'm go
ing to he married to this cavo man from
the woods." cried tho girl.
"Of courso, the grandmother thought
they were Joking, and said she had a
very important call to make on a sick
" 'But we're really and truly going to
bo married, said tho young couple.
" 'Well children. If after all these years,
you've at last gotten as far as that, T'll
postpone my call and como along with
you." said the grand mothor.
"Eventually they found a clergyman
and wcro married."
Bride Still "Trousseauing-."
"And did they live happily ever after,
Mrs. Brooks?" T nKltfrf.
"They haven't begun yet. I saw him a
'oouplo of weeks after tho wedding and
asked him how his bride was. Ho said,
, 'Oh. she's still 'trousseaulng,' as the pro
posal and tho marriage were so nearly
simultaneous that she had no time to at
tend to that very Important Item her
"However, they thought thoy were most
romantic, because they alluded to their
homo as hovel, and he felt that he had
all the chivalry of an impetuous young
Lochlnvar and somo of tho fascination
of the cave man.
"I remember a long timo ago a per
sonal experience with a millionaire who
had made his fortune mining. He worded
his proposals always in the same manner:
'When will Anita share 's hut?'
"He wrote it in letters and sent It
by wire, and for a long time he got no
response at all, though Vie probably won-
dered why a proposal that sounded so
romantic should bo met with absolute
"A millionaire's proposal should not
bo taken too seriously: he should be
given plonty of time to change his mind:
It's better that he should do it before
than aftor marriage."
While Mrs. Brooks's young suitor
aimed to bo romantic. Miss Mabel Hin,
artist and teacher, decried the man who
tries to be chivalrous and only succeeds
in being ridiculous.
"Certainly we don't expoct a man to
go down on one knee In offering his
hand to a woman, though that was the
accepted fashion years ago. Men who
took this humblo position before the lady
of their heart, were finite capable of be
ing brutal and cruel to her after mar
riage, and modern times, which have
brought a little los3 chivalry, havo
opened .woman's eyes to the hypocrisy
which it ho often concealed."
The Question of Support
Miss Eleanor Mullln, who Is a practi
cal young business woman, says: "The
Ideal proposal should combine sentiment
with a sense of practical responsibility.
It is no longer sufficient to say, 'Oh,
come with me and bo my bride.' The
modern man must be able to add, 'I can
support you.' Though, of course, this
rather lordld element should be cloaked
In the proper words and hinted at rather
"Most men dread proposing because
they are afraid it makes them ridiculous.
One man of my acquaintance Is so mor
bidly afraid of ridicule that he says, 'The
only way I can ever propose is to lock
myself up in a vault, for I should say
so many ridiculous things that I won't
want anybody to hear me "
But how about the best girl? She
wouldn't be able to hear, either. Any
how, this man is still a bachelor. Now
I am anxious to know what the Evening
J6urnal readers, tho men as well as the
girls, consider an Ideal proposal of
There ' many an auto bargain ar
ranged by moans of Tho Tribune's J
Want Columns. The changing of makes
and models, trading securities for au
; tos all such information forms part of
ASSESSMENT NO. 1.
The Tar Baby Mining company, princi
pal place of business, Salt Lake City.
Location of mines, South Fork, Big Cot
tonwood canyon. Notice Is hereby given
that at a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Tar Baby Mining company,
held on the 2nd day of June, 1912, assess
ment No. 2 of one-fourth ($) cents per
share was levied upon tho capital stock
of tho corporation. Issued and outstand
ing, payable Immediately to W. W. Trim
mer, Continental National bank, East Sec
ond South, Salt Lake City. Utah, or P. F.
Hlutze. Murray R. F. D. No. 4.
Any stock upon which this assessment ,
may remain unpaid on tho 2nd day of
November, 1012, will be delinquent and
1 advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will be
sold on the 2nd day of December, 1912,
at 322 Atlas block, at 2 o'clock p. m., at
the company's office, to pay tho delin
quent assessment thoroon, together with
the costs of advertising and expense of
sale, F. F. HINTZK, Secretary
First publication October -1, 1912. hlGl
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