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r i tJ 2 DESERET EVENING NEWS FRIDAY JUNE 17 1910
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I III Ii i 1 I I > I ON RAILROAD
illi r L I M T IluracH Lain III 1lniiH llofoit
I 4iI I Jt I f h e 4 t < OlllllllTllllI IVopli Llllll
I I I
f
Ilf t i i I j I I i j Xt noon today In n prhute dining
I J to 1 room of the Commercial club thu nuti
I I I I J
I r commltUe to whom the howl of ROV
I it 1 oniiors reforre the nmttor of the Iron
I JI p II it l fountain Ht Uedrge and Grund Ian
hi J I t > I yoti rollroiid nut and went IhorouRh
I j1 I ly Into Ihf MUbJict Those preKtillt were
f I t
c
I t j 1 c i I Hllnnil llnmberser C W NlbliV W
k I
i b I I I i I W AiniBtronif ilonrgc T Odell II 0
I I t
i 4 I I I 1 lt yhltnoyl He y JIM JS tnlno und M
I I I I I jjl HurgeHM the lattei being the rip
4it I I I f j Hsuiilatlve of tin railroad cfimpiiny
f j d l I 1 11 Ijf ilr Hurijetw laid his proposition ful
1 i 9 cr I j It before the cbmmltteo stating that
h p 11 il I 1 fj j the Iniorporutnrs of the conimn bit
it I 1If I l I j JL 1 iy subscribed JWOTO an u btKlimlnt of
ftj 1 I tit i I 1 9 1 f tho enterprise and they don rod the II
i I t Ll II J l nllnthll silpporl and barking of tin
L 111 4 i I k i l 1 CciiiiuoriInl chili In order to enable
1
Ii I al H tlicm to lontlnuv ttu > lr pruIRI1I Tlucr
I t df 1 F i i plan WII to build a stnnduid itaK1
M I T fI > iII 8Ifl iDiid Horn Thermo stntlun on tho
I r ml III 1 I Y i I K < in 1edro line In Heavor ounty
I III f j I I thencv tu Cedar City nnd tho onl
ti t v HI I I t ftolds itnd linn nilncn n dlxtunrc nCI
f Pt 1 Ih i 1IA1I r CjOmllcH tncludlni spins lnt < r i uiitlnu
I t j 1r th I 1 I ½ I I InK nulhwrfl t rough the HKrUuitui
I
t ht all lii Vu j jjf nl oil inlnlns Jill tlmbor ritjlonn to
1 1 l 1 1t 1i ji I tI Om1 cnnjon nf the Colnnulu ilor
I I
I t j t f Y I 1 lIllIn mMtlorm uorc < asked Mr Hlir
i I i I I t tit i il I SIIIS by thp memlrers of the pntimilltfc
I AI I p I i I prlticlpall I I to ting tu his trafllc ar
r t ii I t nj P I g ranKomcntH 0 nit COO r1cctloOM with th
e 1j 11 I i I t j I I 3 i 1 8nn Pedni und much vuliirtble 1 n fur
r
ht
I 1 ICH I I r If i V inntliui vuiH rllclted The matter wai
l i I d j Ji l q It tliin taken tinder advisement nnd tho
I J tlin I It I 4i report of the committee will tx mode
t 1 b t II I I t I I later In tho luuird of governorH of tlw
t ftHlrt r 1 Jj club
f j Iq 1 ji I
l fail f J ti I it OUT GOES MILK
r III
II
J nMk I r i lIP Lki 1
jl tho < I i t round Ton ariu In be lctnllv Scried
P I F 1 J tlinitr nl cy U j j I 1 11 I Jjjj 5 r lIIIIIt
n aim
l C j i l I J y W J KriiJsler city food nod dnlry
1 t r II i i li commissioner In ready to take up n
11 f i 1 battle to the dfnln against virulent
Ii 1 > ma ldn iJi I t I I I j i I 1 t I milk for In company with I > r Tre
e teln11 Iii i < jj tutu votoilnnry Inspector I r Star
Jj WOlf AI t Kl buck and T Tcrrllol ho met tho 1020
11lf lioai 1 j It train at tho Han Pedro depot thin morn
final I t t
N1 flu 1f r 1 I ii Ci I li big nnd ttcmttund two ton trillion cans
i w for If I fm k r I ot milk nhlpped by W A Maxfleld
1 I 1 th ff i f I I I ifi < if 1leiiHatU drove Ono of the cans
1 I Oil Il r I 1 J ti had u tctnpornttiie of 7 = doRroon und
h t l H6ol t I I > tin other 70 dexrew Ilaeturla testn
l cr j ii t were taken of the first can a report
I I U 1Chi I f 11 II r nf whk v will bu made tomorrow Doth
I I f rptJ I I I t had been consigned to t Ito Jensen
Htlon t
i
< > flJ t J Creamery company which agrees that
Ie I 1thou tf Jt 1 r I If Mr Frnzler VU11 cense h put color
J jlt u I t It I 11 log mutter In the condemned milk It
lIu if t r j will UBO the samn only for tho innk
il tl chll 1 I J 1Jj1 I I li r Inff of caHolne In fact tho company
iI t f tI ii jf loiibtH hlH rlRht to destroy tho milk
t t I V I I until he ID assured that nn Improper
I l lhf i J II t 1 l I uro Is to be made of It
l
lJa Vi t it From nil aiieurnnceH very little milk
I f I j I i j Is renchlRR tho elly population In an
I Frnl1 11 qt ti I i unlit tttnto
I uimt 1 II It ml i tI i
I affnlr U j WINS
arnffjl I t W i OSTENFELDT
I f I l
J1thnt
AnI had ll II I 1 Ir nloll In llnrrnl I iniN fo nn
1 It hitrf H I 1f Conloii rrriK Net r llrl i
II Ferns I I I i
l nuthp t t ttIji t
it tho p I t j i i i J Tho rcrflnler nnd iccelver of the Salt
1 4felturiIi I I l < nko City land oflhe thin nuirnlinr
I Ins III t f i1 rendered u decision In the CIIHO of tho
1 lilt wlr I if I i I f1 l entry of Phnrlos L Ostonfcldt who
nltcri < I 4 l filed on a rnmrler Hcetlon of Bchool
iiIlt of i I land on tho north fork of nordon creak
Jill 11 I 1 iS iut r Helper Utah under the coul
l I it II iI InndH luw and whoso entry was pro
S Ir I I r I i tested by thn Hfate upon the ground
1 the cl I
I I I fl that the tltlo to mineral lands went
assort I I 1 i 11 to the Jftnto under the enabling act
i I ° ra I Tho lliidlntr is In favor of Oxtenfoldt
I U nhuun that the mlnernl char
L being
i i 1
I GAUlIl
I was IIJ t I 1 litter of the hind was well known prior
ti name ft W Ii I to statehood The land Involved h
y blhe Ii l dewcrlbed an ito north luilf of north
I With r cast quarter nnd the nurth > CRt quarter
I i using t e of tectlon 16 tovvnuhlp 13 south range
i I ninlter ji S unit of the Halt Luke merldlnn
I by Or I i
m I t HAIL THE RAIN I
M IRII lv
Inlnpl
n nitico IJ ViVlH nf Dicmlli llrolcn by Simian
I lIt ee Anil Itefreililiiir Slincr
i =
Tho lower of thin Hfternoon wee tin
I i t tlrnt iHlnfBll utier Muj 6 The clouds
were thrvatfiilni last night and n few
11 I drop tfM fan n people were coming
I I I r 1 fiom the Mirlourf plrrrs of iimimrmciit
i lint HIH tva all Agdln H few emitter
11 I lilRCloudb ilroipe H fev noatterlnR drops
I Ilil noun an u premonition that ome
I f 11 thtfiR heavier In that line might bo ex
Hi pccted aiid the rnflthlnR did Come
mm i nUnp nbotit 3 pm In time nlinpo nf n
t dinitit thunder Blmwer The role fell
Untie lively fur n itlinrt time anti n cool
i I I rcfrfuhlng wind oauio along HH ftn uecom
I 4 j I laiiifli tit There wee enough rein to
j J j lmi the lut unit freaben the air
r 1 PERSONALS
r I j Jpseph n Llpplncott H prominent I
I 1 I I MC AnKoIeu ePKlifr oninctod wth
fT I the fireut ot ni urjurduct work Is In
tVJ the city vlKltliiR with rity Knnliif
lcOOIlIII
I rrculdcnt lumen nf All 1Iillmw i col
1 ICRO nnd He Ryan t OKden iiivO
C i Rune to New Oilcan to attend tile sit
p I cr Julilleo or ltev Thomas J uKln
I tin Loth aiinhertao of Ids ordination
j to the prlestlinod HIMiops and unli
I lilshopK will be jneitent at the orcu
i slim rtov Hyun wIll lUit Kur < ix > be
I C foni retuinln tu Salt Ixike
i NelMnn A Hjiiituilinff of New York In
vliitimig with friend In this city whlrl
lu formcrl lived
p J Johnson of IllackfiMit IK In the
city on bunlntK JCdunrd Ilmnon ex I
f county fcurvejor uf Cache county Is a
Salt Lake ilvltur
Harold nlount manager mit tim
I Ciii low dry Innds e mi > an uf lloxeldet
I I ep cijiliily cHinr tn Suit I tkn in niikl
nf10lllf last evenliiB
I Cioneriil Agtnt 8 J S ul of Hie In
1 J ttilllitliiiml Hai i estor t nnimny mn reo
1 tuinej fiom u miuthii iliiio trip
I Plnte difinlHt llariiin hss ivtiirned
i m1 I itltim Idaho whiie he woe mllml ems on
4 I expert wltncHu
rrcvldenl Artlnii U Wlftlirr of the
C Kly National bank In In the city today
on buplnc811
f
i r t Cashier o r lit > ch it plauMntly
< t varying hI mnnritnny of lele rtnitln
I h with intli Inn the Juicy trout by meant
tr t of tlu tantallzine ll > AH he has lilt
i llconsn In his pocket he tears not oft
I i clul vlsltstlons
A t
j t Provident Line of the Hooky MUll
R 1 J tfdn Hell ToUphone company linn RIII
IU tZ 1 i to New York and uo lon on a pcrtndlctil
j r bu ness trip Auditor Ferguson of tha
Knnle company has gone to Montana
I Wlion 1ubllclty Auent Mackenile wai
f I Inxt beard from he was lost In the
ri I I wlldft about lloicmnn Mont
t
W 11 ti MIM KliiK nuither of Choirmaster
I ni 1 O Jrse King of St Mark cathedral Is
t i I > quit lit nnd commUned to her house
C I I Manager A II Woodruff of the
l nhalesilo dry Roods department of Z
i S C1 I has lIonn to New Yoik on a
three weeks mistress trip
m Prof II V Smith of the department
of Metallurgy In the University of Now
Mexico at Bocorro Is In the city for a
I mew wcdix lilting with relatives lure
m limit Smith U u eon of the late J Few
mail SmJtllo
kL t
Sponges Chamois
Dusters
lust the kind of sponge
you ami for your
spor < bath Chamois
and dusters for innum
erable household pur
poses i
Large VarietyBin
Range of Prices
The Pure Drug
tiapents r
1I2IK
Sniilh Main
HlrioJ
Mnll Onrr >
¼ 1s Hccelve Irompt
Ite 11
WORK TRAIN BRAKfS
FAil TO HOLD CARS
tare lltincrn Pasmimcr Kticet Car
Anil Ciratel Tniln nn N i lit Ii
AMIIIIC Illll
Only the nlentntieii and quick action
of the moturmnn un thin Ninth uveniio
cnr No lOt prevented what might have
beun I crlous accident early this
morning
A work train to which wan attached
thrco heavy trucks WIIH laboriously
Imblng the steep Incline on II street
between Sixth and Huventh avenues
followed In closo proximity by tho reg
ular Ninth avenue passenger car
Tho motorrnan on tho work train
finding It Imponslble to make thin crest
of tho hill threw on tho biakes but
thcsa proved Inadequate on the stoop
Kra < u Down tim hill the heavy train
hOn to slide each moment giving I
additional Impetus Tho inotorman on
the passenger car behind quick to
realize the situation reversed his motor
and tim down hill ruc was on In
earnest
Spectators held their breath as they
noticed that the work train was gain
nic on tha lighter passenger car Down
the hill they raced n collision looking
imminent but upon reaching the more
level ground between Fifth nnd Sixth
avenues the brakes brought the work
train under control and the danger wa >
punt
Passenger 405 decided that discretion
items the better part of valor and from
the safe viewpoint of Klfth nvonuo
watched the work train make Its way
ovpr the crest of the till successfully
at the ext attempt
TRAMP CUT TO PIECES
Leslie Wrlulil llciitlns llIemVnr Palls
hiT rrclshtTmln hi Nendn
Special to Tim News
Wlnnemiioca Nev Juno t7iesito
WHsht I trespasser was run over by
in oxtra riiHtbound freight train rioter
Mill City at 413 this morning receiving
Juries from which he died later at tho
hospital at this place As the train
cue passing through MIIIMMly the con
luctor C A Stone felt I jar tindtr
he rulroiiBC He signalled the engineer
A K fllmpion to stop and the train
If backed up for n little distance when
he body of Wright wni found lylnir
on the track with him right hand cut
off anti hH right leg badly mangled
Tho unfortunate man WaIt picked up
and taken at once to AVInncinuccn
whoro ho was placed under the care of
n surgeon but ho expired at 8 oclock
title morning
U Is presumed that Wright vvaa
hanging on to the end steps of tho
caboose or riding on top pf the train
amid lost his hold nnd fell between the
are The body was turned over to the
coroner at Wlnmmucca In tim pockets
of tho dead man was found n letter
ot recommendation from the firm of
Stadecker Kmshelmor 7678 AVnbasu
ivonuo Chicago
4
A CARD OF THANKS
To all who took part In the funeril
fcorvlce of tho late lIre Mary Ann
MiKeiirle held In the Pioneer Htaku
hal > esterd y tho family of tho de
ceased hereby tender their heartfelt
thanks
Whether as speakers or vocal or In
sttumontnl niuslcliint or as donors of
beautiful floral emblems the effect
they produced were such as to call
forth our grntltudn unspeakable
DAVID MCI NZm
l LATE LOCALS
IZIIIiiKMnV Sister < radiiiiti Walter
KIlliiKHini chief clerk In the office of
the Salt lako Iloutc this morning re
ceived nn Arizona paper contalnlns
limit notlio of time Kraduatlon from time
Tnmpo noiinal school of his titter
Minn Jennie KllliiBHOn After two years
In the University of California Mimis
lllllngson went to Arizona and en
tered the normal school at Tempe
She uraduated with honor and after
Arlrona car she
teaching In one year hl
will ooniflcto her university course nt
Ilerk cloy
CuiiriN netlliu H nlj Adjutant
General Wedttw oi > d and the staff are
hard ul work la > lim out pluns for the
eomliiB encampment at Fort D A
HUHfoll nnd for work on the rile
HUct where Utah
range at Terry Ohio Utlh
will bo creditably represented A
ma army of resulars anti mllltlii
Rrl
will bo encamped at Fort Uunsell
Moncj from llimic for lkl
Father turinn this afternoon turned
oor to Chief Barlow of the police
department I couple of letters ad
dressed to Michael riillllben Ono of
tho letter which contnlned monn
was ont by Mary Flyne of ritlHtnirff
and the other clime from John 1hllll
bun The chief Is now looking for the
addressee
I
JIISS NOn KMIASOX
Antiouncea that she will conduct her
classes In piano mandolin guitar
crse linrmon all summer Btmllo
hours to 12 lp in to 6 Stoning
hour 11 appointment Bell jrhonc
4807 and 4M42K
IS0 Rnl
COIVMIIIA CONHCIIVATOHY CP
MCSIC
ISI
031 CViustltiilloii Ilulldlns
Now Chest begIns June Uth full
phono or write Dell 2105 Ind iii
Make up your grades at the Y lt
C A Vacation School Pomplotu
grammar trades Hturts Juno ZOth
tgilraton day June 19th
i Bathing 1 Ideal Kaltalr
SHOOTING GUSHERS
AT SPG VALLEY
Only Ilrirntlr IHs < Ir Thin Wrll
Cmi bo Shot In FmiertiNctt
UiiHhcr llroiiKht In Yistcrdii
Decent discoveries the Spring Val
ley oil tickle near Kvnnston Wyo ore
mulch that It Is now probable that the
oil counlry will become one of the
greatest In tho west J J Trunnnm
has Just returned from a trip to Hprins
Valley ulioro ho Inspected it number of
the wells
heretofore time noils have been yield
lag from 10 II 7r gallon of oil n day
They tuna bell small producers ito
cently It was dlncovered that the wella
could KUNllPfN liu eliot nnd be nUde Into
The Du Tout K J Do Nemours Po
I i company him an expert In time Held
shooting wells Flee first well was
shot ubout trto weeks ago One of tho
Kliinll producing well wax thnt xucceM
full > vmterdny Hfteinoon and IH now
NpoutliiK a ituciil sized stroam uf nil
The shot eeis UIIPHHIMI by 1 numbor
of eastern people who wont to tho
Held to watch the esent
According to n dlnpalch receled thlH
nuirnliifc b > Mr Tronnam tho well li
101 floHlnx xloadlly and Hint time In
inaiio In time flow In sovcral hundred
tlmrH wlnit It wns The wells nf the
depth reKlon hrobnbly overage 700 feet In
r AMUSEMENTS I
llio VlddMi Ilajer Tho next at
traction at tan bait Lake Theater will
b on Tuemtuy evening the 2lHt whuil
DavidKeasler the noted Yiddish slum
brings his own company direct from
Now York for one perlonniuice only
The piny will IK Tile Jewish Heart
While tim company all speak In tint
Yiddish tongue their acting Is mild Lt
Ixi w rcfillatlc thnt It can to peon with
profit by ltMplem who do not under
ctnnd what the S actors are Huyng
liol Main J eeitiiirho Halt Iuko
Theater held u brill lint auillcnctt Thurs
day evening on the occasion of tho
dohut of right udvance piano
pupils of Prof Coop Htslatcd by Miss
IJdllh Klngsliury soprano soloist The
perforinorn and limo program presented
were ns follows Hallade Op 17
Chopin MIsS Iluchcl Karloy Our
mcnrelgen Uist Miss Alberta
Wright Carnttvul 019 Schumann
Prvumblo Pierrot Arlcnulu Valso No
ble KusobliK norestnu CcxueMc Ito
pllriue Paplllona Davldslmndler Miss
lluth AVobftftr Mnrch Mllltnlre
SchubertTuuHiff Lester Hhiehcllffe
Scherzo H flat minor Chopin Miss
Maude iSlemcr soprano solo Purlin
Ardltl Alias ndlth Klngsbury Hhap
moody No4 1121 Mrs J A Fcrraro
Tnrantolla IJszt MIss Ulllali
Wright P < iulniulo Oottscluilk
Jofeff Mlxs Carrie Hrounlng
The ability with whUh all tho per
formers currIed out their parts easily
won the admiration of the audience
The program was heavy all classical
pulling for men high order of technical
execution ns well ni Int rprolat1
sromod
intent Ilut tho pcrormcrs leomo1
eriual to the ncrailnn The only score
that appeared on the piano rack the
entire evening was that used by Prof
Coop himself In his accompaniment to
Mlt 3 Klngsburyx HOO and of course
no one over GXpcctrt an nccompanlKt to
play from memory The perfect mem
orization ax well AH the entire grace
nnd eabo wltli which each number was
given the entire freedom from any
miggcstlon of anxiety or fearfulness c
falling down lot the audience In
perfect comiHisure as pupil after pupil
took tho pliuio neat nnd played ai
though the scores woro Immediately In
sight Tho technical virtuosity dis
played during tho evening WILD romark
nblo brllllaat cndonziis ucro swept
over with facile emcee nnd grace und
the general execution was one of finish
ish Such slips an did occur were hardly
noticeable but Miss Websters oihoi
wh > very cummcndable performance
wn slightly marred In the closing bunt
by un evident haste to get through
Miss Browning closed them evening with
the sorno graceful exhibition of virtu
osity anl plaiting performance that
marked her efforts at a previous recital
Prof Coops pupils may take Justi
fiable pride In feeling they have mas
tered the drudgery part of muslo study
and have now arrived at that pInt
where they um branch out Into tin
higher walks of the profession their
retdth of conception nnd Ideas In por
with contlnuoj
rnltuio developing wlh conUluo
and of experience
study years
t Mls Klngsbury made u line Btngti
Qppenrunce and was bountifully gown
ed hI volco h lion of texture aol
IIhe has It In excellent control thought
Il Is one that would show to still better
advantage In I S smaller S auditorium
Mlvdon rivo acts all pleasing In
their variety and strength comblno to
mako up t Ill of more than ordinary
merit at the Mission theater for tho
week beginning Thursday night
The Marvl Duo open tho program
with something new In the roller
wih Mllolhlnl of the pair dolnc
the rollers
some fancy dancing on rulrs
The headliner of course Is the
comimn of seven pln > ers headed by
Miss Anne Ulancke In time pinlet
entitled Freckles Now York street
life furnishes the theme for tho
sketch which Is admirably portray
oil with Miss Blanch as tho KId
There Is plpfnty of pathos Intermingl
ed with the humor of the piece In tho
stage setting Madison Buuuro garden
nnd Its surroundings are represented
and tho lighting effects are no small
Part of tho cleverly rendered scene
Julse nt a female Impersonator
IH ahead of limo average artists In this
line and keeps the nudlcnco wonder
Ing until the end of his act
Inl untl AVhltinan has something
unique to offer us I dancing violinist
While playing the violin he dances and
MUKS slmlltHneously In I finished
manner that merit him hearty up
irliUBU Mile Namije with her mite nnd grace
Is 1lollnl In her gymnastic offering
nnd adds I number of new features
to the act
HrlKht new and Interesting motion
pictures are shown on the picture
graph and the MlMlon orchestra adds
to time program with Its usual accept
tide BOlectlon
Orpbeiim Tho closing performances
of Mi Mucks play will be seen to
night and tomorrow afternoon and
evening
iiimiich7lie new order of things
will be Introduced at the Daniel tomorrow
wi <
morrow afternoon In the appearance of
time Allen Curtis company In Tho Jai
l Widow
J hn
4 4 S
Moving Plctnies The Shuburt
Kllto lunu And Ists continue innirlly
on their way nttrnctlng large audi
onces with their motion picture presentations
tonl S
r WARD 1
ENTER T IN 1ENS
T eiit > Tlilrtl VmtilA farewell
party will be given this cfiiliu in the
Twentythird ward mcetlmmithmlie In
honor of Miss Hnnnalr Lundln who
loaves for I mUxlon In tin cistern
li tee The cXTrlses will conmence
a4 8 ncloik Ano IF the features vll
I > c music by 51 viun Instrunwntalltts
under the dlrettl of Trif JpnCB An
other feature will bo 13 young wom
en In Kuedlrh lances Bl hon n 1
Holt amid others will deliver brief nd
trsses t
ONLY SEVEN JURORS
THUS FAR SECURED
To try mli naomi e lUle ru Mnrdor if
rns ll Contempt CHM > In
Statu Quo
From time present Indications I com
Iileto Jury In the TlionmH Ullcy mur
der case will not bo secured this week
for UI to noon tlcny only seven Juror
hud been accepttnl Theco arc Josopl
ililvors J A Hill Joseph Donp Davlc
Naff aciirira A jittle Kd H Davis
tlmokeuper for 1 J Mirun and Ucorti
Hilton a brlcktuyur
So dllllcult IH It to secure mel who
hiuo not rend of the CUHO that Judge
T D ottts hits Instituted a novel sju
ler of oxHinlnntlon tho Jurors who
havo bocn accepted ore kept In time
JuilReH pilvnte chafnber the prospct
tUo Jurors mo Hrmlttcd to stroll about
Ihe halls nnd only ono man Is ox
ninlneil at a time In the coUrt room
This IH dona In oirlur that the Juiora
In he quettloiied etnnot form nnswnra
Hint would dl listening
dlFiitidllfy them by l len
I ing to the oxnmlnitlon of others
Itlley reillzen tho position In which
ho Is plated and though ho watchta
overt step In thee proceedings with tho
greatest of onto he 1st tulle and doggou
In appearance
THAT ALUKOKD CONTKMlT
Bo fur no wiirrunt ot nnmltmcnt
against the Hcriildltcpubllcun has
limn iMftued on iiccount of Its alleged
cnntmopt or court in publishing tile
confession of Thorne thee companion
of Jllley and auccrdlnt to the district
attorney nothing will ho dono hi tho
matter until a complete Jury his been
secured The statutes fay that any
unlawful Interference with tho process
or proceodlnfis of a court constitute
I contempt Tint penalty for suih I
offenxo In 1 fine of not to oxceed OT
or imprlhonment In time county Jail fur
not to exceed 10 days or ImUl
It developed yeiiterday that ninny
of tho Juror hint rend the offenshu
nitlclo ot Tuesday morning
TWO xicjiiieTii > AVIVKS
hattIe Vllklns coMiininced suit for
milvorco this morning affiUnst Joseph K
VllkIns alleging In her complaint flint
they were mairled at Provo l tbI
191 nnd that he deserted her on March
ID 109 since which he haw failed to
provldo There are three children Me
lor aged S Alton aged 6 and Car
mel aged 3
Mary A Tarpy filed suit for divorce
In the district court this morning
against Anthony Tnrpy alleging failure
to provide They were married at
Kdgtngton Ill Inn 8 1RSO and hao
four grown children ns follows Kiln
Tar Wnldmnn rharlos John T and
David Tarpy
CITY AHKKD 1Olt l > AMA < is
K P IrcuH who fell across tlC
street railway tracks on State street
opposite thee Kmplre theater on May
28 last mil sustained severe Injuries
presented u cliilm for J5000 damngos
against tho city yesterday afternoon
the document ls drawn up In legal
form It being thn probable Intention
to Hue unlo H tho council makes a set
tlement
Mr lreuso MUI that the street was
not lighted mid that ho wax unable to
ceo tho rails which wcro being laid and
that therefore ho fell down nnd hit his
her on I rail cau ng partial pnrnlynN
und defective hearing
iuui roil iiornur
James Powell Harry Tanner and
Oeorso Day chirRed with having held
up emit robbed C AV Chapman on c
Liberty Park car pleaded not guilty
yesterday tend were placed under HO
bonds each rending their trial which
takes place on July 12
iiisenwiii > AM lltESI1il
Kuno TJHhltiuo charged with bur
glory In the third degree for enter
ing tho room of 1 fellow countryman
and stealing projiHrty was discharged
by Judo Bowrnnn In court this after
noon only to b Immediately renrrest
ed on n similar charge Ho was taken
to the county Jai tenet looked up
ZtYAttlItXSiliP pirriTiov
nUIUHXfHnIIlrO
AV n Colburn libel a petition In thn
district court this morning asking that
l
he bo appointed guardian of Ruby
Josephine Hurley n mind Benjamin
Colburn inlnori
NEWLANDS DISAPPROVES OF
RAILROAD BILLREPORT
Washington Juno 17 Asserting that
time Dcrnocrntlo members of the com
mittee on conference on time railroad
bill had not been permitted to partici
pate In the proceedings of the com
mittee Senator Xewlands who had
been selected to represent tho minority
senators In thee conference took tho
floor when the railroad bill was taken
up In time senate today to express his
dlnnpprcnal of tho report
The senate met at 1 oclock and It
WBO expected that the session would
witness tho adoption of the report and
the end of thin railroad bill In tho
senate
Denouncing the methods of lice con
eros Mr Ncnlandn said this had been
the first time In the consideration ot iv
<
railroad measure In which tho minority I
had been denied representation In con
ference Ho protested that such I
course Involved disregard otall the
functions that pertained to fro and
full conference and for thee rights of
the minority
Mr Nowlnndt criticized tho com
merce court provision saying that I
wits sure to supplant thn Interstate
commerce commission In many of Its
Important functions
Kxplalnlng that the conferees had
accepted time house long und short haul
provision the Nevada honutor ox
prollon apprehension that the proposed
law would be found to bo unconstl
tutlnnnl In most bt Its delegation of
potter without laying down n rule of
action Ho predicted also that tho
Intermediate points would fall to ob
tain from the provision the relief they
were counting upon
MILLERS WANT GOVERNMENT
MILL IN WASHINGTON
St Luis Juno 17The operative
miller of America yesterday recom
mended to tho department of agricul
ture that an experImental milt b o <
tablHhed nt Washington D C In
oharKo of a reliable nnd competent
mlllor and that the mill b made I part
of the dorartmcnt of agriculture equip
ment
montThee reason for the resolution was
the belief that It In necessary that the
flourmaking qualities of wheat be
taken Into consideration when It Is
recommended to farmers that certain
varieties of wheat should b grown
allte
and that It Is necessary for the do
IMitimnt of agriculture u > the state
asency colleges and experimental sta
tions to havo full knowledge of the va
riety of wheat whl h will prodiKO the
maximum yield and the best quality o
flour
OIUIIM WINS bUIIUltltAV
New York Juno IT Olambala wins
hc Buburban Prince a Imperial second
Bathing Ideal Saltalr a
LUKE CAPTAIN DEFIES
WAR DEPARTMENT
< iiit I hi nil higimil itt ii or of Coixl fillip
Miirin Martin Stood Oft dipt Trotter
In Command of Wrecking TUSK
Delholt Mich Juno 1Tho wnr do
pnrlmcnt of the United States and Its
representative Cupl fred Trotter uf
AinhorHtonrs were bionglit up stand
imig jcslerdny In tim IniiRUHRo of rlv
ormeribyCiU John UnirlnRtun roaM
tee jmdountT them good ship JInila
Martin of Detroit
In command of I flotilla of wrecking
tugs Cnpt Trotter Htcumod up the
Detroit river his tied In perfect for
mation and btiro down on tho Mm tin
which linn for Hoirmtlmo rented In a
dimnnsted condition on a bar belov
Jiflle Isle Hut Cnpt UarrlnKtun
Hlshted him from hIl lookout nshoru
rmtliiR off In I duck bout inglo
hnmlcd Dai ring ton raced for the Mar
tins mil und yhtn Tnittor hovo to Ills
choir m w nn elderly man cleared for
action mud uniting on the Murtlns
deck Uoforo Trotter came within
hailing distance hlft eye caught this
warning on the Martins starboard
bow
bwlke
Take wirnliiG < eep off Dont
inoddlo In any way Any peron or
erol caught will bo treated ns pi
rates no matter who are
Charles D Townaeml cnilnoor ortl
cer In clmrRo of this district decided
xomctlino iifco that tho Mm tin was I
menace to navigation und recently
awarded 1 contract for hor icmovil to
duCt Trotter Capt Dirrlmtton how
Ocr asserts that tho Martini WIl tho
bent clipper on tho lake whin she wa
launched ut Cleveland In 1801 and la
still staunch as when sho sill down oft
tho nays
When Capt Trotter ffiUherel tho full
Impel of tho warning ho rang his en
glnfta to half cooed ami approaching
within a biscuit throw hailed time
MartlnH deck Call Dairlnntoti In
formed him hn would not give up bin
ship Then tho flotilla sheered off to
seek ndice from tho United States dis
trict attorney nnd from Col Town
send
Tho government officers hove been
seeking ndvlco from ouch other An
nttampt to take limo Martin will bo
made today
CHICAGO AUTOMOBILE
FATALITIES STATISTICS
Cllan Juno Automobiles claim
ed 11 toll of 12 live and Cud Injuries
to 250 iort pn In Chicago during the
hint six months according to n report
submltttHl yesterdny to Chief of Police
Stonnnl by the police bureau of rec
ords
During tho current month tho flffurp
cliou thnt tho limit of fitalltlcn has beon
Incroifetl almost unIt Since June 1
live persons time keen killed and 43
Injured
DIRECT EVIDENCE AGAINST
BROWNE MAY CLOSE TONIGHT
ChlcalO Juno 11Tho direct evl
ilotice of the stuto against Leo ONcIl
Jlruwne charged with buying legisla
tive votes for United States Senator
lyorlmer may bn completed by tonight
JloprCMjntntlvo lleckemcyer who nd
hulled rec lvlnl HOOO after votn f for
Iiorlmor finished hb testimony today
and Jtcprecctitutlvc Michael R Link
wimomie story was expected to ho analo
gous to that of Jlockomeycr was called
to the eland
IInk IH I farmer t2 years old Ho
lecar that ho voted for berliner lie
cause hq liked orlmers position on
time deep water project and because
Ixrlmcr personally askcil for his vote
Ho wan promised no reward but later
was Klven JlOOO he wild by Hrowno
In tho Houthern hotel In H Louis
HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE
TO REPORT REFORM RULE
Washington June 17The decision of
Iho house of representatives rules com
mltteo today to report I reform
rule doHlRiied to procnt legislation be
Ing smothered In committee makes
another tIght on time rules In tho hoimo
In this session Improbable The rule
la practically that prepared by the
Democratic conference known as the
ClarkSliorloy resolution
MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FOR
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
Washington Juno 17A memorial en
dowmcnt of J50000 for scholarship In
lieu American University of Washing
ton has Just been announced to bo
known ns the Ross Earl Marls scholar
ship It H tho gift fit A I Maria and
Mary C Marie of Tuscola 111 In mem
ory of their deceased non
WEATHER REPORT
lulr Tunllht III Sllrdu
TOiVtH Thtih2ltATUltIS
C m r
1 nm C
S tin 67
tmarn 0
1m
1U nm 71
H lm 1S
1noon 1 1J
1 pm Sl
nmtA Ya mCOlD
HIIol r
Lowest 1
DIEt
WIUO1IT At Park City June K IMO
WIITAt Wright widow of Robert
WrlRht aged 77 car
Kunoral will 7 held from thin hom
of her non John D Wright 3Ti6l south
Seventh Hast street en Haturdny at l3h
len Interment Ml Olivet Friends In
I it
n K Evans Florht 38 S Main at
Floral designs 1 iccclalty Phone SSI
LOST 0
LA11G13 LKDOKIl AND POUCH ON N
J AID
Temple nnd lot N or South Temple
South Kinder Howard notify t lt Hunsey s K Snd
Union Dental Co
a MAIN BTIUCKT
HONEST WORK
HONEST PRICES
PstnleM vxtraetlon f ttk f O
rlnlee
NV A work larute
RKMKMBHRT7S
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We Treat You Bight
1
HAIR
P GOODS
Exclusive Hair Dressing and
Manicuring Parlors for Ladies
Only
Price List
hum DiWliiR SBc 5 ti iiiiifr
Hlmnipoo 3V sou Incliil Almonte 500 np
1BK Mininitoo 1111o Mbratorv Imtal 7
Dry SIiiiimt Ot7o lljlni Vnu racial
I Iii in 1111 hserom Almond Mcnl I nclc
I thceeii mig Slofl up Si mine Manlctir e
Scalp uKMicn plain Mlo IMrlaN ThUetn H fr nm O
ttiratorv MiihMico r 0fun Manicures Tickets a for j 101
TAKE ELEVATOR
276 I
Mall Street r Tttollllrs
Appointments
Pay Near Half Price and Less
During the Hour Sales Saturday
from 9 am to 1 p
All goods advertised Friday are on sale Saturday But
we close at 1 p ml and to urge early shopping we of
fer seasonable merchandise at absurdly low prices
To keep out small dealers we reserve the right
to limit quantities No phone orders accepted Sale
limited to the hour advertised
From 9 to 10 am
25C Diana pad hosc support
ers 12 I2C
250 can talcum powder 2 to
a customer 5c
25c linen paper i lb 150
15c White 8ic
Goods at < > 3 C
Sheer white lawn firm qual
ity in checks and Mripcs
From 11 am to 12m
150 Dresses 98c
Childrens tub dresses all col
ors and wash materials Sizes 2
to 8 Seasons best styles 125
and fi 50 values
75c Dresses 49c
Childrens tub dresses of
sturdy washable percales ant
ginghams 2 to 6years
75c Filet Scarfs 23c
Imitation Filet designs Sizo
18x54 inches
5C card pearl buttons 2 I2C
5c to 100 clastic belts 2c
175 Gloves 80c
ifibtttton silk gloves leather
shades only sizes 5 12 and 6
20c Stockings lOc
300 pair Misses finerib black
otton hoc Pure Egyptian
rim Light summer vcight All
irs 5 12 t 9 12
From 10 to 11 am
6 Real
2 98
Seal Bag P e
12inch leatherlined seal shop
ping bag metal top spring ball
dasp
250 hair braiiN in clark
bule < Sc
725 Irish point wliitt luc
rtiins 450
49For Boys
2
tP suits worth
450 and 500
Vobhv patterns light ant me
dium mixtures Smart double
breasted coats kmckerbockcr
trousers
12 m to 1 pM
250 Shirts 125
Mens negligee madras ehirts
coat styles ClIffs attached All
nizcs and sleeve lengths Light
blue and lavender stripes Strict
ly highgrade shirts
125 Corsets SOc
W B Royal Worcester and
Thomp ons corsets All sizes
18 to 26 Values to iJS
75c Cushion Covers 38c
SofA cushion covers to em
broider Floral and conventional
designs
a
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Extraordinary 3 Hour Sale
Silk Dresses 12 95
Values to 35
A rare threehour bargain Smnrt silk dresses
oC taffeta foulard nicssnline and figured silks l
the wanted colors Vide rango of styles that por
tray the latest ideas in vogue Actual values to
try From 10 A M Y01T10 M 1295
I
aSZ the Cool
MADAM you should know
more about tho flour that is of
fered to you than the mere asser
tion that i is SoandSos Best
p I its GOOD FLOUR youll
k Ret goo results at first Try
BENNIONS
Pantry Queen Flour
Youll find it a real best li
Youl
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A popular baking book in every Sack o
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