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i 13 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1912. 1
I MORRIS IIS' IIP
Spenks at Final Big- Rally of
(he Third Parly, in- Ihe
Gar rick Theater.
Lewis Larson Candidate "Tor
Congress, Also Addresses "
Progressives hclil I heir l'i nI
rally in Salt Lake at tbc Oarrick then
tcr last night. Xcphi l-. Morris, can
jdidatc for governor, Lewis Larson, for
congress, and IT. A. -Sweet, for state
iscnator. addressed an andienco which
filled tho playhouso and which re
ceived the speakers, enthusiastically.
Tim meeting was opened by Wesley
K. Walton, who in trod need the ehnir
'nian, V. A. Sweet. Jn a short address
.Mr. Sweet talked of problems in gov
ernment which the new party proposes
to solve, dealing particularly with, fed
, mil control of monopolies. He. said
tho Progressive party proposed to stop j
.'the watering of stocks by corporations
with a federal incorporation law, and
, nu industrial commission that "will
.not allow the-corporations to issue one
share of stock on a&sets not repre
sented by real, tangible assets." lie
'was greeted with cheers when he read
a telegram from ("Jcorgc W, Perkins,
chairman of the Progressive national
Jconiniitt.ee, stating that tho partv was
;.sure of a large number of states in
!fhe union, and that there would mi
(doublcdlv be "a landslide' next Tues
Thy priucipal speech of iho evening
was made by Mr, Morris. His address,
w'lich was frequently interrupted by
cheers and vociferous applause, dealt
w'th the aims of the new part', na
tionally and in the slate. lie said in
Tills Is Hie last opportunity I will
have to present the cause in Salt
Luke. I never asked you to vote for
nio; I never asked for a vote in my
life, and I never shall. But I do in-
vile you to support, the cause of the
Our friends followers of a inis
. c-hlevous little paper with a crim
mn face, called us discontents. We
; admit Hint we are discontents. And
there are other discontents. There
axe Democratic discontents; their dis
v eouicnt is more or loss chronic. What
ur friends contain In the way of con
tentment is little. . Ours Is the whole
1 . some; genuine, real discontent.
When that paper paid me its eom-
plimeuts. oin of Its worst charges
was that I was an office seeker: I
have- Peon so unsuceesful that I have
only held office sixty days in my life.
for one term in the legislature. Do
you know, yon can make up your
mind that the other fellow Is always
what Ifo accuses you of being?
Collectively, the federal bunch, con
sisting of live to seven men. have
held office one hundred years. Taking
I Itch 'families into consideration, and
they are an ever-present asset, in the
county, stale and nation, thev have
held office for 2."i0 years. On I lie
i theory ftlmt perpetuation in office
tends to corruption, for our own sal
vation titer ought to be a change, If
it is not loo late.
There is the contented crowd fhart
ys: "Von should wait and all these
things will adjust themselves.". Thev
belong to (he crowd that holds office.
Their legend Is. "Let well enough
j'tonc." They belong to big busl
Democratic ' Discontents.
' There arc the Democratic discon
tents. They look backward instead"
of forward. They are continual) v go
ing back to Jefferson. 'Thev look for
ward to the mlllc-nlum. Thev are
m (realists and Hee traders. ' 'TJicv
make no progress although thr.v scorn
to have one of their -periodical op
Ti portunllies just now.
Wc have lK:en accused of being
discontents. ' We would rather be dis
contents than slnndpat, reactionary
paper weights that only hold thing's
down. '.Wc believe that the modern
inn n ran meet the problems of today
and solve them. The Progressive
cause Is the cause of humnnitv.
Taft Is the embodiment of tlic con
tentment crowd. He" was raised in
an environment that lias: never per
mit tod him to get Into touch with the
masses. Me cannot help his environ
ment. .As a man I believe ho' ia an
honest, sincere patriot, admirable, if
not fairly lovable. But a crowd of men
went out and got a renoinl nation for
him and tint nomination, tainted with
dishonor, stands between him and
There is Candidate Wilson, who v
looks backward, as most school
teachers do. lie looks bade into Iho
lore of the ages. But I cannot help
hut fee! with rather deep resent
ment the reference made to him re
ccnlly as "an old broken-down school
teacher" Willi the accompanving
vulgarity of wealth the statement,
was also uiadixthat pcu.Mouers were
no belter than inmates of a work
. Calls Roosevelt Bold.
Courageous, bold, capable, there
stan la the strenuous colonel, reeos
nixed four years ago as the most
widely kuoun and respected man In
the world. Today tho. men who de
manded hl nomination for a third
icrm four years ago call him inebri
ate, lunatic and ambitious to an in
ordinate degree, a dangerous charae-
ter. Once they tried to shelvj him
into the vie, presidency, and nil as
sassin's bullet placed hi ii i in the.
presidential chair, Another assas
sin's bullet, will bring bliu nearer lo
the While house. And his plner lr.
in the While house for the next lour
Coullunln;:. .Mi. .Mf.jrls denied the I
I Constipation 1 " i
1 Prompi Relief-Permanent Cure
but gently on
EtioQ improve Ab complexion hntcz
the ejes. Sa Jl PiU, Small Doic, SmJJ Prico
Gemune oum Signature
Famous Trio Coming.
Fred V. U'raliam, who opened his sc
ries of entertainments for thid season
willt K'athcrinc Kidgowny. the. noted
reader, at the F'tvsi Methodist church
lust Tuesday evening, announces .hat
Ihc next' attraction of the scries will
be Ihu famous Loon Nlnr.v slrui" .trio.
This event in the local musical world
is ueiutr awaited with imich interest,
as the group of performers, comprises
trtists of wide renown' and unusual
ability. -M. Mar hardly needs an
traduction, as his work as assistant
concert master of- tho Chicago Cram
Opera compauv, is widely known and
-appreciated, while Hans Drcssol, the
celebrated Dutch eollislx will more than
sustain his reputation. ,.
With the stri up;, organization will bo
Alfred llillcs Hei-pou. the delightful
Chicago baritone who was so warnily
reccived hero last season with tlie Iicr
pon coiupaDv. An excellent programme
will bo rendered by these artists and
present interest predicts a crowded
house for them. ;
Definite Announcement Made.
William K. Basselt's coinmendable
efforts to bring- three noted artists here
during' the present season are begin
ning to awaken a decided interest
among local music lovers. Mr. Bassett
now makes the announcement that the
famous violinist, Mischa JSlinan, will
positively appear in I his city during
the winter. Caroline White, soprano,"
and Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler. pianist,
both prefonners of excellent ability and
repute, also will be brought here .this
season by Mr. Bassott. who declares
that; after December 1 all oilers of the
season tickot rales for tho three at
tractions will be discontinued.
Frebcr to Appear.
Arthur I'rebcr. violinist, will be the
complimentary soloist at 'the Consolidat
ed Music company's recital mi the
cvciiiii"- of November 9. Airs. Sybella
Clayton Baasctl will be accompanist.
Mr. Jrcber's numbers will include
"Souvenir,'' by Urdla; "Jn the Boat,"
by De Bussv ' and ''Serenade Molan
eolique," by" Tschailcowski. All three
nieces are classics and will give Mr.
Frebcr ample opportunity to display his
splendid talent. The entire pro
gramme of the concert is one of par
Hotel Utah Concert.
The MeCIcllan orchestra, assisted by
Miss Cora Howe, soprano, will render
the following programme at the Hotel
Utah tonight, beginning promptly at
Overture. "Barber of Seville." Tfo.s
sini; Menuctic from "Berenice," llan
.del: "Dreamland Rose," by Philips,
and "Through the Sunrise," by Cut
ting Miss 'Howe. "Mv Heart is
Thine,"11 IS. di Capua; f'M"os.kowsUi
31111" (favorite airs), jroszliowski;
"ftose Davs," .by Thompson Miss
Howe. "Madame Sherry," Hoschtia.
Special Music at St.' Paul's.
At Sr. Paul's church, Choirmaster
riiigh W. Doiigall has arranged an ap
propriate programme for both morning
and evening services. In the morning
the feature of the musioal service vijl
be the soprano solo. "Rock of Ages"
(.lohnson) bv Miss Ruth Buchaiinau
of Creole', Colo. Tn tho evening a
special musical prograninio will be
given as follows; Anthem, choir; so
prano solo. "Fear Ye Not O Israel!"
(Buck), Miss Winifred Smith; organ
solo, "Last spring" (Grieg), .7. p..
Bcrkhoel; duo, "Calm as the Night"
(Cnetz), Miss Susana Stcadman and
Hugh W. Dougall; violin solo.. Clar
ence Burton; contralto solo. "Like as
the Heart" (Allistsen). Miss Tdma
Young; quartette. "Ave Maria"
(Bach-Gounod). Miss Mary Haigh so
prano. Mrs. Flward McGurriu harp,
Clarence Burton violin. .1. B. Bcrkhoel
organ; anthem, "0 How Amiable"
An attractive musical programme
will be. rendered ' in tho ISigliteonth
ward chapel l.omorow evening, among
those who will appear being H. S,
Knsign, -lr., George D. Pvpor. Charles
L Shepherd, Fred Midglcy, George
Klink, Prof. Giles and a vocal octet
consisting of Ms. Bessie Ii. Newman,
Mrs. Prissie Livingston, "Miss Mac Al
der. Mis. Aura 'Rogers-, George IX Py
per, II. G. Whitney. IT. S. Fiiisign and
charges of Inleinpcrancc, which he de
clared to be "born In Hie poisonous hatred
of Wall Bt reel." and also Ihe charges
that he is insane and inordinately am
bitions. Ju Hie latter case' lie tpiolcd the
menace from Ihe colonel thai Senator
Beveridge delivered at Louisville, Ky., re
cently Coming to local politico. Morris said lie
hail" no objection to Governor Spry per
sonally Put that he objected to Iho "way
we. got him." He told of a dinner .held
'here at which, he declared, five men de
cided upon Governor Ppry's candldaoy.
Tie mentioned the income, tax question
and ciltlclsed the Utah leglslutm e tor not
favoring the amendment to Iho federal
constitution providing for an income tax.
"A ncarhv railroad cost ? l.f.JW.OOO to
build." he aid. "On the assessors'? book.s
II. Is assesHed ut the sum of JP.afi.OOO. eight
per cent of tin real value. Your homes
.in: assessed at thirty to forty per cent
of their value.''
Mr. .Monl.? told of the city commission's
aiTangemenl bv which it was to receive
two olid one-half per cent Interest on
daily balmier? of city funds, deposited at
thc'Vieserct National bank. lie said that
President Cut lev had. ' on January IK,
1012. .vent a letter to State Treasurer
J'mvld Malison, offering hiin two per cent
Interest on dally balances of state fundi.
Me said thai Maltson never answered the
letter and that In ten months $4U,000 In
Interest had thereby been lost.
"Matl.son's retort it could not be
called a reply." said .Morris, "was thai
it is not lawful to lend tstate funds. He
was not asked to lend them, lie was
merely asked to deposit them."
Referring to Oovernor Spry's .state
ment that he did not know until a few
daya ago that he was a director of the
Merchants bank. Morris said; '
"I sent one of our nicii down to the
office of the secretary of stale, -which
Is next to the governor's office, and
there he found an oath, sworn to by
Governor fepiy, that be was a director
cf i lie bank, and dated January 27, 1311."
Claims Six Counties.
In conclusion. Morris claimed that
Sanpete. Sovlvr. Morgan. TJox ICIdei.
Cm-he and Salt Cake comities would go
Pr'.yress-lve Tuesday. "We're after the
pell of the political boss and wc are go
Ing to get it," he added. "Some day
our children will go into a nuineuui anil
.(' that pelt, stuffed and extinct, and
i will be informed (bat it Is a 'species that
olr forefathers killed.' "
Mr. Uuheii addressed the meeting for
.iboul ttiree-.piarteis of an hour. lie.
.nol;e cf national and state issues anil
rJ.o cvolalucd the Initiative, referendum,
and v-call. He v;s enthusiast icallv ap
plauded lie alopoed acve-wl times.
w.ik urged to continue. Musical niifn
! l.i i i.,f ,, r.itrloile nat'ire -.vei-c glrn
t jurliic tic evening. 1( cim ludcij with
.t pri foi n.uiue b Swedish uaneej.
.lohu D. Sjiencer. The music will sur
round a " Dickens programme par
ticipated in bv Maud c Alav Pabcucl:
and H. G. Whitney.
St.' Mark's Cathedral.
There will be special music at St.
.Mai; It's Episcopal cathedral Sunday
morning, on account, of its being All
Saints Sunday. All Saints, day was
Friday, but the religious services in
connection therewith will be hold in
the Episcopal churches ' on Sunday,
The cathedral choir will sing Stniticr's
anthem, "What are those that are
arrayed'.'-' 7 ' ...
The .Thirty-first ward choir will ren
der a song' service in Sugar House
ward this evening at G:'10 o'clock, un
der the direction of .11. Fdwarri De.wes
ii up. The soloists will be John Bowers:
tenor; Miss Fdna Kvans, soprano;
Thomas Doxey, baritone, with Miss
Ivy Ensign at the organ.
Pupils to Appear.
A song service will be given bv the
pupils of Rlihii Call in tho Fourteenth
ward meeting house this evening. The
soloists will include Eva Railoy, M'yra
Daor, behind A comb, AtccI ICylander,
JOva Bailcv. Francis Walkinsbaw, Anna
Seaquist. .J. II. Bull, A. K. Oardwel,
Iiueilc Paul, Ella Fruett, Elihu ('nil,
Kobert Greenwcll, bona Ipson, Petta
Sessions and Miss Eva Bailey will be
Vesper Musieal Services:
For the vesper musical services at
tho V. "W. C. A. rooms, Continental Na
tional bank building, this afternoon,
the following programme has been ar
ranged: Devotional, Miss Mary liob
inson: piano solo. Miss Alice ('uni
'lninga; baritone solo, J. H, Davison;
harp solo, Mrs. Walter Tattle; violin
solo, Mrs. Esther Allen Garr; vocal
solo. Mrs. L. B. Neill; harp solo, Mrs.
"Waller 'Puttie; vocal solo, Miss Mar
garet Hutchinson; violin solo, Mrs.
Esther Allen Garr; vocal solo. Mrs.
Esther Allen Garr; vocal solo Mrs. b.
B. Neill: harp solo Mrs. Walter 'Put
tie; vocal solo, Miss Margaret Hutch
inson; piano solo, Miss Alice Cum
mings. The hostesses will be Miss Mary
AVall and M"iss Eliza Dev.
St. Mary's Cathedral.
St. Marv's cathedral choir will sing
Suiidav at Jl a. in., bconard's mass in
E flat and Miss Cassandra. Wood will
sing bahosh's "O Salutaris." The girls
of the'' St. Cecelia chorus are rehears
ing every Sunday at i):0 a. m. The
I members of tho cathedral choir will
j practice Monday evening in Knighls of
Hiff Methodist Church.
The following programme will be ren
dered during Sunday evening's service
at Ihe I Mil" Methodist, church, beginning
at S o'clock: Prelude, song, from "The
Ilymnal," by tho congregation; violin
duct, Dan Hiskey and Willie Ilardinian;
vocal solo. Miss Lcola Schrack; piano
selection, Miss Marguerite Duvall; vo
cal solo, Horace Uowen; address, by the
pastor; piano selection, Miss Duvall;
reading. .Miss bila May Eaton; vocal
solo, Mr. Howen; closing hymn.
Music Section to Meet.
The inusic section of the badies Lit
erary club will hold its study meeting
Wednesday morning, November (5. at
the club house at 10 o'clock. Subject,
oratorios and operas from German com
posers. Mrs.'A. H. Peabody, chairman;
Mrs. C. Daih'i. Mrs. W. A. Wet'ell. Mrs.
J. W. Curtis and Mrs. V. W. Murphy,
programme committee. Pi ve-ininute pa
pers on the different composers given by
the following ladies: Mrs. Hnlph Mer
rill Beethoven; Mrs. .1. "W. Curtis
will open parlors-
The Larkiii-Hiill Undertaking com
pany, recently organized, will open
first-class funeral parlors at 2.15 Second
East street Moud.'o.
The members of the new firm arc
George W. barkin of Ogricn, a pioneer
undertaker in the Junction city; his
eons, E. A. barkin and Alma .1. barkin,!
ami Thomas Hull, surveyor general.
Alma .1. barkin will be manager of
the new establishment, and will be
assisted by bvles W. barkin.
George w. barkin and E, A. barkin
will continue their business in Ogrien,
which has been established for more
than thirtv vears.
In equipping its funeral parlors, the
new company has loft nothing undone1
by v.-ay of establishing a thoroughly
modern business. The old' Andrews
residence has been remodeled at con
siderable expense, and has been fitted
with the best of funeral fixtures. A
special feature of the chapel is the
mourners' room built, off from- the
main chapel, so as to afford a measure
of privacy and seclusion to those who
Alma .I. barkin, manager, holds a
state embalming license, lie is a giari
uate of the United States School of
j Embalming and of Ihe Philadelphia
: training school of embalming.
TAKEN INTO CUSTODY
-lohu Costello, "o years of age. who
says he is a railroad conductor, wah
arrested on a charge of shoplifting nt
Auerbaeh's new store on Slate street
nt 0 :,'$() last night, Costello is said
to have had a sweater, a pair of silk
socles and a necktie in his possession
when caught. On the way io the
j police headquarters the prisoner died
(lo convince Patrolmen Griffiths and
Billings that he was drunk, lie also
i is said to have tried to escape, but was
ANNUAL- PIONEER BALL
TO BE GIVEN NOV. 2$
The. annual Pioneer ball will be given
lrTiday, November 22, at tho bishop's
Tho ball will be under Ihe auspices
of tho Daughters of Pioneers and the
Mormon battalion. Pioneer co."tunies
will be worn.
John Cassldy Buried.
Funeral services for .lohn Cassidy,
150 year of age, who died at his resi
dence. $7(5 Pierptnit street. October "!U,
were held l the funeral chapel ol
O'Donnell & Co.. ycdterdav at 2 p. m.
Father Michael Currau ollici.itcri. 'Phe
uallbcarcris were ,lohn Sullivan, .lames
McCallom, f!c rge WLseoinb. .Joseph
Mullett, A. Koxbnry and Uobert Brown,
interment ia in Mt. Cahary icine-ler.
MendelHSohn ; Miss .1. Williamson
Wagner; Airs. 15. F. Anderson Handel;
Mrs. Harry Bint. Meyerbeer; Miss C.
.Jennings Mozatr.. Musical numbers as
follows: Mrs. F, Sanders. "Ilo Shall
Feed His Flock." "Messiah;" Mrs. 0.
Daily, "Come Unto "Me." "Messiah;'-'
solo'by Mrs. .1. W. Curtis. The musical
programme follows in two weeks, No
vember 20, at. 2 o'clock, at the club
house and Will be most elaborate, and
includes the following names of those
who will take pint: Mrs. Charles Plum
iner, Horace Ensign, Mr, ami Mrs, .1. W.
Curtis, Mrs. F. Sanders, John T. Hand,
Miss Edna Dwyer, Mrs. W. Tuttle, harp
ist; Mrs. .1. b. Strohauer, Professor Ba"
less, Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Daily and a quar
tette of ladies, who will ' render solos
'and ducts. Music lovers are invited to
To Remember Missionaries.
The Tenth Ward Missionary society
will give an entertainment in tho ward
hall tomorrow night to raise a fund for
Christmas remembrances to missionar
ies that, have gone forth from the Tenth
ward. Tho programme will commence
at S o'clock Among those who will
take part are Ah in lCeddington. Miss
A nd lie Palmer, Miss May Brown, O.
Frederick Garrard, G. Hendrickson. S.
A. and J. Kcddinglon, Miss Koniania
Ilvde, Joseph Standing. Miss Ivv Noall,
Miss May Brown, B. Nielsen, Mrs. Bes
sie Browning, Harry Brain, Nephi An
derson, Thomas Brown. A. E. Bra by,
Bidiop Joseph Christ enson and others.
Miss May Boreliain. a well known vo
calist of the city, will lca e shortly for
Tins Angeles to continue her study work.
Her friends here arc arranging to give
a testimonial in the Twenty-sixth ward
inecting house Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Among those who will take
part, in the programme are Joseph Hill
stead. Mrs. T. Klapinski. Miss Myrtle
Font on. Miss Alice Martin, John Med
dington, Pulli Eldrcdge Meakin. Mrs.
B. M. Voting. Mrs. Sconberg. the Ha
waiian troubadours and others.
Miss .Ruth Buchanan of Greeley.
Colo., will sing "Pock of Ages," ly
Johnson, at the Sundav morning service
in St. Paul's cathedral.
The All Hallows band of twenty
pieces serenaded Cardinal Farley Friday
morning. 'Phe distinguished prolate was
pleased with the boys' performance.
Professor Pedersen is working on tho
school orchestra, getting the weaker
ones into trim so that they ought to be
able to give a good account of them
selves shortly. -
The Orpheus club has vptcil to lake
a rest until after election.
Conductor Anton Pedersen of the
Philharmonic orchestra reports a most
gratifying progress. The instrumenta
tion has been increased I13' two violas,
one cello and four second violins.
Miss Maude Thorne. organist of the
First Presbylerian church, has returned
from n two months' absence in St..
Louis, where she visited with her sister,
and took organ lessons. Miss Thorne
will resume her work Sunday at the
Thomas Giles of Ihe Utah Conserva
tory is preparing for :t Salt Lako the
ater recita for six advanced pupils who
will plav movements from concertos bv
Bach, -Mozart. Lisz.t. Schumann. Men
delssohn and Saint Saens.
Tho music at the All Saints mass cel
ebrated in St. Mary's cathedral Fridav
morning was simple and on the Grego
rian order. Miss Cassandra "Wood was
the soloist, and the choir sang ihe
Haydn Te Deiini. which is onlv given oil
the occasion of .1 visit from high church
dignitaries. Tho children s choir, too,
lid excellent work, their childish voices
being specially acceptable to Cardinal
harley, who celebrated mass.
THOUSANDS VISIT NEW
Thousands of persons passed through
the doors of flic new M.iera Cleaning
& l)yi:nr company wheu t.he grand
oueniiijr took place last night h 111
11(5 East Broadway. All evening the
brilliantly lighted and decorated new
home of the company was thronged.
The crowds were shown through the
establishment by special attendants.
Thoso who attended on account of cu
riosity as to the new cleaning muchincs
left with a complete understanding ot
ihe. marvelous equipment, installed bv
the company for cleaning, pressing anil
A feature of the opening was an of
fer made to clean either one pair of
woman's gloves or a man's necktie
freo for ijvcrv person who attended the
opening.- This, of course, was one. of
tho big drawing cards, and Manager
Myers estimates 1S0O packages were
left for freo cleaning. Every visitor
was given a handsome souvenir.
The management of the new clean
inv iilfiri t has spent thousands of dol
lars in an effort to make the plant the
finest in the west. A few of Ihc ma
chines new to cleaning business in
this part of the country are tho auto
matic washers, vacuum dry cleaner and
dust tumbler. Into the fatter, clothes I
i to bo cleaned are placed lirst to re-
I move all dust.
Ah evidence of the nlunic of busi
ness expected by the conipr.ny the man
user points to the fact that he was
vestcrdav forced to order two addition
al automobiles for delivery service. This
I will bring the total number of motor
1 delivery wagons to four. Quick deliv
ery of garments will be one of the
I strong points of (he firm.
CULTIVATION OF EMPTY
LOTS MEETS APPROVAL
Heal estate men and many citizens
at, largcare championing the plan sug
gested by Prof. W. M. Stewart of the
university to have the school children
cultivate, the vacant lots in the citv as
means of enhancing the cil.y'n ben'utv.
Since the citv commissioners' announced
their intention to co-operate with IV f.
Stewart, interest in the undertaking
has become widespread. A large num
ber of lots have been plowed prepara
tory to Dla'nting in the spring and
others have been promised for the
It is estimated that, from 10 to 211
per cent of the lots in the residence
section arc vacant, and that :,", per
cent of these are. uncultivated and not
mod for any profitable purpose. Tin'.-,
offers a field, the promoters of the
plan contend, for beautifying thu city
011 a tremendous scale.
Real estate men see in the. idea an
opportunity lo increase value? of resi
dential property, and nro lending their
support whole uctirtedly.
Vote for Mrs. Home and education.
(Ad vert it em ant)
H ELECTRIC TIRE
One of the most important develop
ments of the annual conference ol
salesmen of the Firestone Tiro & Rub
ber company, just concluded, was the
announcement of the perfection ot a
tire which would reduce battery con
sumption per mile, by at least 1.2 per
cent. . . , ,
' The, new lire, which is interchange
able on puonmatic rims, whether stan
dard clincher or quick detachable
clincher, bids fair to revolutionize the
solid tire industry. It is of the dual
tread type, and extra resilient.
Tho 'makers claim for it (and the
claims have been proved by a l!r2('
number of prominent; electric ear build
els) that the uuitsual amount of resil
ience built into the tire is the secret.
It is a well known fact that the bear
ing surface of a tire has much to do
with the amount of electric eurront
consumed by the car. Too little bear
ing surfnec. on tho other hand, causes
friction which will retard the car, and
wi-siSc electric eurront by this resist
ance. An shown by the Firestone- company
and proven bv electric car manufac
hirers, this ucw tire, by a scientific
exactness of resiliency and consequent
bearing surface, avoids both pitfalls.
THIRD CONCERT IS
The third of the Saturday afternoon
conceits fiivcn by Ihc Consolidated Mu
sic company in its private concert hall
proved a decided nuccc.s yesterday,
nearly lion music lovers nltendhifr. The
programme consisted of fourle.cn exeej
lciu numbers rendered by the Romania
Hyde trliiK quartette, the Victor Vlc
Uola ami the Apollo player piano. The
program mo follows:
Pocl and Peasant Overture (Suppc)..
Moon Moths Kusner
Played on Solo Apollo.
Barcarole. Talcs of Hoffmann ( Of
fenbach) Scott I and I-V.rrar
Medley. Popular IllLs Pryor's Band
S Romania Hyde Quartette.
15 tndc Chopin
Played on Solo Apollo.
Minuet In C (Beethoven)
Mischa Klman, Violinist
Good l?yc (ToRtl) Caruso
Viet or Victrola.
Rustic of Spring Sindlns
Played 011 Solo Apollo.
To a Wild Rose Mae I'Jo well
Romania Hyde Quartette.
My Hero. Chocolate Soldier (.Strauss)
Selection. A Kiss Waltz (Zlclner).,
Quartette from RigoU-ito (Verdi)..
Caruso. Scottl, Abbot, Homer
Selection. Madame Bntterlly Puccini
Romania Hyde Quartette.
FIRE CHIEF SUBMITS
REPORT FOR OCTOBER
The October report of W". H T3y water,
chief of tin; fire department, filed yes
terday with the city commission, indi
cates that the department answered 2i
alarms during the month, traveling "S1
miles in dolnc so. stretched 1250 feet of
j hose. u:d 12a gallons of chemicals, raised
1 1-12 feel of ladders and was in actual
jiervloe 1?. hours and 15 minutes.
I Property valued at S75.S00 was involved
in the fires. The Insurance on the prop
erly apRrcsalcd $1.1.300. The total losfl
was 5147.2.'. of which ?3S-).2S was Insured
and was uninsured. The loss per
fire wnc 518.(53.
During t lie month there wn.s a total of
G.lt Inspections made by the department,
of which -1(5 were made by the chief per
sonally, 116 by the department scpiad and
172 by the department inspector.
BOOST IS GIVEN CITY
BY JOSEPH .E. CAINE
The November issue of the Western
Age. a magazine of wide circulation
on the Pacific coast, contains an illus
trated article on Salt Lake City, writ
ten by Joseph JO, Caine, secretary of
the Commercial club.
Mr. Caine tells entertainingly of the
cit3' 's . remarkable strides during the
past several years, and points to its
inevitable future as the commercial
center of a great inland region. 'Phe
principal buildings of the city and a
panoramic viw of the residential sec
tion are shown in the illustrations.
TRAINS IN COLLISION
ON SALT LAKE ROUTE
Passenger train No. t. of the Salt Lake
route, collided with local freight train
No. !)i at the intersection of switch
track."? at Second South and Third WckI
f-trcrt.". this inornIn ai 12:0.1 o'clock. No
one was Injui-pd.
The passenger train was leaving the
yards for l,os Anirde?. The freight,
north-hound from Provo and points youth,
ran Into an open switch and plowed Into
the side of the passenger. The Idp
freight engine, nosed the iieeond and third
hagguge cars from the track. Both cars
were thrown from their trucks. The fact
Uut neither train was running at' high
speed Is considered as fort una te ly those
who experienced the shock of the collision.
SOCIAL GIVEN BY
Tite Halloween social of th Caledonian
club Friday evening was a success in
every way. Following are those who
took part: ,hv. Wads worth. Miss Grace
Kelso. Messrs. J. R. Citmmock. .)'. M
MeKcnzie. .lames IT. N'eilson, .7. j
Slott. J. Cordon Campbell and Andrew
The supper, consist Ins of Scotch
dishes, was greatly enjoyed, and was
followed 1-..- a dance. -
Answer Many Inquiries.
The Commercial dub publicity bu
reau him! Ihe I'tah Development 'league
yesterday i-yned a report of activities
dnriii' the month of October. Direct
inouiries answered -numbered 177. with
S7 rciiicsts to furnish information.
Close to 1.100 inquiries were referred
to real ot-ato firm, commercial clubs
and other organisations, with -12S per
sonal calls for information. During
the month -1000 letters were sent out
in exploitation of tho citv and state,
and more than .'1000 pamphlets and
nieces of literature. Nearly 2S.UO0 mill',
tiuraph and mimeograph page? were
run ofi". ' !
Change Train Schedule.
A change in the schedule of the Twin
Falls train has been mudc by the pas
seuirer department of tbe Orootl Short
I.ino- by which trains will arrive there
at I2;10 p. m. instead oT late i
afternoon. The change is made bv run
ning the Twin Falls train from Tora
tello instead of from Minidoka ;is i'or
merly. The Twin Falls tivnn now
leaves Tocatello at 7; 1.1 o'clock in M.
morning. Returning, it reaches Poca
tello at midnight.
Salt Lake ChurcS
Formal welcome to ALLSEEvicEslsxTEmH-1
FIRST PRI2SSBVTISRIAN Cfll'IlCH.
con er of fioulh Temple and C strccta.
Ti.r 1 Rev.MVIllinm M. I'adcn, . P"-tor.-
.Morning servlcfi at 1 1 o c lock j Scr
inon l.y the Krv. Robert Asa Smith. Ii.v.m
lic service at 7; If. o'clock, conducted by
th7jU;nicirs Missionary :oeloiv; add resit
bv .Mrs IX. Stevenson, Sunday school
at 12:30 p. m. Young pcoplc'H "I'jctlng
!4iinday nigh I at 7 o'clock
services on Wedncadny evening at h y. 111.
Everybody cordially Invited to all these
THIRD ITtESBYTERIAT CHUttCrT.
corner Eleventh b'oulh and i;.lev'entli rc.ist
streets. Frank O. r,eoiiarn pastor.
Mornlnsr service of worship and preach
ing at "1L o'clock; subject, "1 Believe in
God." Sunday school, l-'Mi; Y. P. S. C -E,
at CitS- Evenlnc .ong and preaching
.service at 7:?.0; subject, "Unconscious
Hypocrisy." A hearty welcome to all
nr r. e T T VCTim PRKSRYTBRIAN
CI Hindi. Flflh South and First Vcst
Htreol.'i. Robert Asa' Smith. pastor.
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Dr. Rob
ert M. Ktf)Ve.on will preach, and baa
chosen for Ida aub.lect. "Loyalty of the
Ministry lo Cod." Tho paalor preaches
(11 the First church at thus hour. The
pastor will be In his own pulpit in the
evening, and has chosen for Ids subject.
-A Still, Small Voice" Tbe Sabbath
school meets at 12:15 noon; the V. P.
S. C. IS. at. :30,p. ni. r the mission school!
at l:."0 p. in. The. midweek service la
held on Wednesday evening.
The Women's Mlslonary society of the
First Presbylerian church will hold a
meeting Sunday evening at 7:l."i In the
Sundav Hchool room of Ihc church. Mrs.
R. M. Stevenson will give an address, her
Hiibjcct being "Our Individual Dcbl."
Every one Is cordially invited to attend.
II.IFF .MFn-IODIST CHURCH. NMnth
East and First South streets. Ransom
P. Nichols, pastor. 0:13 a. 111., Sunday
school: C. I-, .lacobson, superintendent;
11 a. 111., preaching by the pastor, fol
lowed by sacrament of tho Lord's sup
per. 7M5 p. m musical.
SECOND METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
CHURCH, corner of Galena and South
Fourth East streets. Martin Tboina.-,
pastor. Sunday school. 10 a. m. ; F. A.
Key worth. superintendent. Epworth
league, 6: 4 5 p. m. Preaching service, T:"0 i
p. in. John Pape will preach. Prayer i
meeting on Wednesday evening at 7-.:!0
o'clock. All are welcome to these serv
ices. HTCATH METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, near the corner or Eighth
West and Third South streets. Martin
Thomas, pastor. Sunday school. 10 a. in.;
Daniel Colclongh, superintendent. Preach
by the Rev. F. A. Koyworth at 11 a. in.
and 7:50 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. You arc cor- j
dially invited xo attend these services.
r.THERTY PARK METHODIST EIMS
COPAi. CHURCH, corner Eighth Uast
and Ninth South streets (reached by
either the Ashton. Avenue or Sugar House
car lines). The Rev. D. 73. Carter, pas
tor: residence, 83S Chase court. Sunday
school at 10 a. in.: II C. Scott, super
intendent. Preaching at 11 a. m.; sub
ject. "Attractiveness of the Cause."
Class meeting at 12 noon, led by the Rev.
D. B. Scott. Epworth league at C:"0 p.
m.. followed by preaching at 7:::o p. m.;
subject, studies In th? 13ook of Genesis
"'The Flood." Midweek prayer meeting
Wednesday evening, 7:P.O o'clock. Ton are
cordially Invited to any and all of these
ST." PAULS EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Main and South Fourth East, streets I
Sundav .services as follows: Holy com
munion at 8 a. m.. holy communion and
sermon by Iho rector at 11 a. m.. evening
prayer and address by Ihe rcotor, the
Rev. Ward Winter Reese, at S o'clock:
Sunday school al 3:45 a. m. All scats are
free and everybody made welcome.
FTRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, Second East and Second South
streets. Francis Burs el tc Short, pastor.
Preaching, 10:15 a. "m., subject. "The
Dominant Factor In the Ministration of
Kingdom Come "' Sunday school. 12:15 p.
m.: subject, "The Sign and the Leaven;" 1
The lesson. Mark vlli.. S, 26. Evening
service. 7:30. "Willi gospel praise servlec.
Tlu; pastor will discuss the most dis
cussed topic of Ihc dav. Tourists and
young people arc cordially invited to at
tend these services.
IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. J
Fourth East and Second South streets j
Louis S. Bowerman, D. D., minister.
Hours of worship, 11 a. m. and 7::i0 p. m.
Morning subject. "Unused Energy." The
Lord's supper a I close of morning ser
mon. Maplism at the Sunday session.
Evening, last in scries on personality,
"The Will." Fine gospel music. Bible
school at 12:20 p. nt.; E. Ben Brown,
superintendent. Young people's meeting
at i'.:3'J p. m. Training cla.i:s Wednesday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Prayer and social
service at S:l. You arc cordially in
vited to all of these services.
RIO GRANDE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Second South near Ninth West B. F.
Bronson. minister. Miss Frieda A. Dressc!.
missionary Manuel Porter. Bible school
superintendent. P.llilc school at 10 . m.
Morning worship al 11:15: theme, "That
! All Means ; :iay Win Some." B Y. V.
t. Junior at 3 o'clock, senior at 6:30;
leader, Eunice 1 liitdilsuti. Evening serv
ice at 7.30 o'clock; sermon. "Soul Restora
tion." The baptismal service unavoidably
postponed last v.-ccj will tako 'place iii
this service. Midweek service Wednes
day al 7:30 o'clock. Wu offer tho glad
nanii lo strangers in warm greeting. Tako
Jordan bridge car. Welcome.
BURLINGTON BAPTIST MISSION,
corner of Indiana and Navajo streets
.la ted V. Cody, minister; Miss Ada L.
Shepherd, missionary. Sunday school at
10:30 a. m W. M. Sanderson, superin
ondent: Young people's meeting at G;30
x. in. Prc-arlilng service at 7:3(1 p m.
Vraycr meeting Thursday night at S
SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH 0.17
Suth Slate. John A. Llndhcrg, -pastor.
Sunday acliool al 10:30 a. m.;" preaching
service al 7:15 p. m. Midweek prnver
meeting Thursday at S p. m. All w'bo
uneerstand the Swedish language are cur-dla-'ly
LINCOLN STREET BAPTIST friAP.
EL, corner Lincoln street and Ninth
South Rev. W. C. Stewart, pistor. Sun
day services: Sunday school, I0;3U a, 111.:
Young people's service. C::. p. m.: preach
ing service. 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayer
service Thursday evening.
Subject. Sunday sermon. "Everlasting
1 FIRST Cltl'UCn OF CHRIST SCIEN
TIST, 331; Kast Third South street. Sun
day services II o'clock a. in. and s o'clock
P. in. .iniday school y.45 . Tlc
ediuvdny evening services ai o held at
& o clock.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI
ENTIST. Consolidated Music ball ' V'i
East Klrnt South street. Sundav ervU"-s
11 o clock a. ni. Sundav school 0:15 a - 111
Wednesday evening services S o'clock
All arc welcome to these church services.
iJimi0 3'Ci?'v ,00,nis ' Ue Walker bank
bi Ilillng. Main and Second South street,
whore christian Science literature may be
.1!''? ,!) C1iri,sl,'i" Sconce will be
dollveicd In thn San i,f,ko theater at :j
?! 1 'm.-.1' ,,n.". "'day. November 3. bv
ll'gll U. Strlcltler. C S.. mem!,... .f M.V.
S'1"; Science Heard of Lectureship of
the Mother church In Boston, Mass. Lec
ture free, all invited.
Y. M. O. A.
The Rev. C. R. Neel will speak at the
Mens meeting al. o'clock this al'lor
vi.'lViM .o",t,,i, m,n:,Ax w,n ''onslst of a.
v . J;." A; T' Jones 11 clarionet
is extended to all men,
. 1 .Rl IJ. venth South and State
stieets-Wllllum J. Unkow, pastor. Pre-
para lory .seia.f.TT7i
lund, . j.uHior. s, ;,?JM , V
Services at li u , ' acwM5.
tmu tlco Tucday evcI
UNOLISH LI Tin m
Sbuth Fourth EhJ inAS CbK
day at II .rcioek?lfc' K
of Dayton, o. Vil? ..jiW
church council IIK
SWEDISH Ll-rni. y "sW
Corner 0f Seco 1 1 5 ,f ' M
l reels; Erik Flor,?"!1' l.jK
chool al 10:30 n 'r, ? ""tosB'
conducted by t,n ii,,Vcr;"
Dayton, o. The vilj v M-
by Invitation of y jffl"
Ins scrvk-c al ii S PuH
'lion Message:" lur-rK''W
Right. Rev. K S sL.FI
D. K. Johnslon, canon-lB
m.. holy communion -nM
dean; 12:30 p. m , ailSlt IK
P: in., evening prayer tS!tB
Canon Johnston. '
ST. PETER'S CHAPFi JB
Second West-Sunday sftrfK
m. Evening j.i-tvrr at
ST. JOHN'S CilAPra-M
Logan !iveiiiie-SunIv KtoiS
morning prayer, 11 a."m iW
F I ' 111-' Urlh 131151 flPB
, E. I-.. Mork, pastor. Sun';
a. m.: Mr?.' E k.' xtndgtM
Services conducted In thoH
languugo at It . , EviJ?B
ioc and sermon by th
J..vlo English .aiguaJ
I THE CENTRAL C)I?
I CHURCH, corner Fourth SM
East streets-Charles ri ,iS S
residence. 267 Jast Fourth'K
Sunday services. 11 r,. m. 9
lornlng sermon. "Tile H,V-B
the Church." Evpnlns rormsirH
Have So Many C'liurilics" fjW
on Church union). Piblc Klift
Christian Endeavor. 7 n. ra PK
lng. Wednesday nlfilit 7K
unitarian cnnicii zMt
East street Frederick M. BfV
ister. Service at 11 a. m. 7tfMi
mon, "The Faith ot A0v(n!aj
Adventure or Fa lib." Jila X;
York, soprano, will be the xibjm
day school at 12:13 o'clofcJl"H
to these mcellns. No erniiK
CHURCH. 731 Smith SevcnlltEiS
The Rev. E. Thonll, lusted
morning service and Sundiy
10:30 o'clock. Preachlnitul IB
Midweek service Wednesdaj pH
SALT LAKE THISTUH
The llallowcen dance ?T9.j
Thistle club" on WeilnesJay m
the K. of P. hall proved 19!
cbr.s in every respect A
.sentalion of members and tUilH
responded to the Invitation oiB
tliem. The hall was preitifr 9
and when the large compujB
sembled presented a f7B
scene. Dancing began jIwftB
o'clock and continued until
a concert was given. SonziiB
dered by Miss Jcnnnie SltiNH
HenderfJon. John DonsW.W
Cook. George Bain. John
Till White. Miss Grace KtlsM
recilations in a very pl'fB
Dancing was (hen rcsumrJ eiw
until midnight. -ML
i MARGUERITE BURB
Miss larsucrilc Burro
fortv of her yoiine fritcli AM
evening at a Hidiuwcn Wjtk
Ihe home of her parents Df.'B
Burrows, 1011 Elevcntn
sic was furnishcl tlirouort
ing by the Frils Greenqai
slsting of Fritz Green, Chief H
Patei'Pon and Ja Cliaroa im
accompanied by Ml"? BuI?,l
Jessie Charon. Anions WJM
tores or the evening was a r5B
Mis.i Margortc IIamioi',
CITY AND VIB
dav in the Thin! .M
the Utah Copper wn'ffi1?
tlon of damagea of t-W
leged to have been "'"ilB
ing for the defendant. coraj
ham Canyon May lo. 1
THE REV. C. R-,N,LJ
tral ChrlMian eluirch nl
regular Sunday n5&'8M
o' t..ck at Ihe Vouns( MwfM
so.-lallon. There will also
judge c. w. 0S:en
cd tlnal decree of tlhw
dislrict court lo hrt1?
Charles ,;)ti.,'in(!i ""JjcrwD
dent1 in'' the1 Denver J'fiB
rec?iitlv. is much improJ 'H
Mercy hospital. ftjl
SUIT FOR divorce '
lEvana agalm't 'I (H
habitual drmikeiinew 'w
will address H 'f
vorcc ln jJ'fm uatrt' B
SU 'lT WASlfll"?f p'SaJH
district court by J. c
menl company "'"Ij-,;. - rB
rorthe collection of - (H
SUIT FOR (liv'ircf ,uli, Ijj'B
in Ihe Third Jl'wt -M
Brady agalnnt MaU-11
leglng .dofcit'oii. JiMi
GEORGE A. Sff M
MURRAY E. JJlNI?,iJlS3B
Working Class la
hall this cvcnlna .hl,SB
J. M. LAMBERT H
Mercy l'os!,,'al,nrtcd m1 X
poisoning, is reportca 5