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8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DEC 9 1909 I
NEGRO BARTENDER
OBJECT SEARCH
Police TakeUpHunt After
Dropping Case at Re
quest of Woman
KIDNAPING NOW CHARGED
GUS < VEROS RELATES STORY OF
BRUTAL DEPRAVITY
Fearing that she has been abducted
by a negro bartender who Tuesday
inght threatened to kill her the police
ytsterday begun a search for Mrs Leo
na Murphy chambermaid at the Wash
ington hoti 1
Mrs Hun ny Is a whit woman It Is
claimed that K A Davi wine clerk at
the BUuk Mans club 1 South Fifth
Uett stmt has been suing her unso
licited att ution during tlw last week
fording to Gus Veros tin Greek own
fr of tin building in wititll the negro
dub is oeatld Davis dragged her into
onp of tie rooms of the dub > late Tues
day night awl fired twi shots at her
vi on sh > itfuil to marry him
Due I bulk I t 1 missed its mark whit < the
other gi ttd tin left thigh of Mrs Mur
lihy Shf iii > hil out of tie club and
vflt bai k to tlit hotel 1 Vcios says that
t1 Iu is afraid iht negro will kill her
4 Yllieii TtR t p Howell colored Inves
tir red tit hooting he could learn jew
ej i < tuls Hi j hmught Mrs Murphy to
p < lu hi i 1 in liters where she stated
that thfii h < M d been no shooting plead
In j with tin ddtTLive not to stir up
IlIv mon titiubic as the negro was of
t > i murderous variety who would kill
1 10 F if h < vi i learned that she had been
lit tie point tation
Mrs Murphy was released and since
tlm Jht lit > not been seen Patrolmen
M I t he In l it in I the neighborhood of the
> in re unit ted to arrest Davis
it he ml not be found yesterday
Veros Relate Story
U polii headquarters yesterday Gus
V iih toul the following story concern
In he shooting
1 amowner of the property in which
tL ogr i lub is situated I had been
ttIing y iti Nuk Nicolowltm In the
v Inngi n hotel when someone told
in I < i was ipted at the lub i irante
d u V wi it to see the bartender
TIl1Y itonishnient he had the ap
I tranCE of < a crazy man
Take tu apron and wait on the cus
twr lie said I have business to
i > t < nil i tc Ill be back in a minute
t u If not long before I noticed Mrs
I iuyhy i i hambermaid at the Washing
t i hotel in one of the side rooms of
tl lub The bartender stood over her
hil she knelt pleading She was very
p l
1 1 w at an awful sight and I tried to
11 tMiere But just then the bartender
fl he1 1 Ix ilnd the bar and tried to open
t 1wker 1 When the door would not
In he smashed his fiat against a
y > I and drew a revolver from a shelf
i I mg Jack i to where the woman sat
II a < hair with face buried in her hands
Grasping her by the arm he drew
t r to ht r feet and cried Now kid
ui i i better answer me and be quick
b it it Im as good as any white
1l1al1 i
Ii clkd the door Then two shots
11111 out and the woman ran to the
Fit n t criming He followed her and
f then T have wen neither Mrs Mur
Ij u nor the negro
u hen iron had learned that Mrs
Murphy ad been at police headquar
tr i and that she had informed the po
i there had been no shooting and that
had I disappeared he became sus
r Mil I
Sister Is 1 Informed
Ilrir I sterday morning Veros called
11 A c Graham of Provo a sister
I Ail s Jlurphy by telephone Inform
ii I r of the disappearance Mrs Mur
l V as separated from her husband
tl i yea ts ago and since then Mrs
t > i m j as had charge of her 4year
< i ii > hUe l Mrs Murphy has tried to
t H I a living in Salt Lake Mrs Gra
1t u i Iie > at 83 South Graham avenue
iKn g Mrs Murphys little son in
1 arm Mrs Graham caught a train
Salt Lak and went to the Wash
It on hot1 hero she bad a conference
h Gus Viio Then accompanied by
y sh went to police Leadquarters
r 1 manilt d i that a search be made for
T r sister ani that the negro bartender
1 Ltd i unilt arrest
1aUSt tlt police had temporarily
> 1 11 thro i < > ff the track by a denial of
i > hiuitin in it by Mrs Murphy and
htijt tiflZ sunns regarding the affair
i 11 I at tIlt negro club It had been
ii Ied Ii a hnix Mrs Graham says
1 > ter ha1 Ttqiiently spocn to her
our a rnble negro who had made
l nu es n hr threatening to kill her
i d i < < she irritd him This threw new
1 t on tL > dse and S M Barlow
i t f of i < ordered that a vigorous
f ii be nHI le for the negro bartender
r un alinot certain that my sister
1 been kidnaped by the negro said
1 1 i GralJ > in j et rday She was to
U iid 1 of him tnt I think slio would do
thing h a keii I am quite certain
tjt he hs threatened lni before be
i he hi ifttn exprt sptl a wish
f t SIIC could get away from Salt Lake
T > rvit he i o ilti not find her
Furnished Home for Rent
rooni brik bungalow with batll
en northeTt heneh Two far
TiMiaoe iiit water cement basenet
iic I laindr with stationary tubs gas
I tuc light All modern Cheap rent
t i right p 11 ties Address H 6 Herald
TPliblicll
Royal Stale Bread Depot
C rn r to I p m dally Entrance on
o r < nith n vxi bppnd verY ch < < > m
Satisfactory Interest
The person who has idle funds
wishes to deposit the money
where it will earn a satisfac
tory rate of interest Our Se t
cured Certiicates yield 6 per
cent per annum payable semi 1
anrmilly The safety of these I I
Certificates is doubly assured
by reason of the Capital and
surplus of the Salt lake Se
cyrity Trust Company
amounting to 40000000 and
by First Mortgages on Salt l I
Lake real estate
Salt Lake t
Security TrustS
S
Cempny
32 Up Main Strt a 5
Capital 30000000 I
510000000
Surplus u ji Lijj
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SENSATIONAL SALE OF
SUITS COATS FURS AT COHNSo
Half price on all suits and sixty
ooats together with onethird off on all
furs means a tremendous business to
ddY Friday and Saturday at Cohns
The suits are all this seasons models
and as there are over MO to
choose from in all materials and colors
every one can be suited
Among the lot of sixty coats are some
beautiful coverts in the correct shade
Coats are silk and satin lined
Every fur is true to name and many
people will buy them at the onethird
underprice for Xmas gifts
The Ashley Bailey silks at halt price
fend less is another drawing feature
f And the many things for Christmas
giving with which the store abounds
makes Cohns an attractive trading
place this week
Unusual announcements are con
tained in Cohns advertisement on page
two
S 0s
SERENADE EXCURSION
To Provo Dec 10 via D R G
Excursion to Provo under the au
spices of The Serenade opera compa
ny Special train leaves Salt Lake at
5 o K p m and returning leaves Provo
at 1145 p m Big time assured Every
body invited Fare 11 23
St Marks Cathedral Xmas Bazar
Will open Thursday evening Turkey
dinner served from 530 to 8 accompa
nied by music from Hawaiian Trouba
d ours Bazar continued during Friday
with merchants luncheon Friday noon I
Fancy work table with dolls domestic
table country store fortune telling de
licious confectionery and calendars
tO
Royal Stale Bread Depot
Opn 3 to a p m daily Entrance en
Third South Good bread very cheap
I
2250 Coats at 1500
Of good quality broadcloth M I inches
ong satin ined throughout black and
all colors At the Sample Cloak A Suit
Store 38 South Main St Opp the Z
C M I
SERENADE EXCURSION
To Provo Dec 10 via D R G
Kxrurslon to Provo under the au
spices of The Serenade opera compa
nv Ppeolal train leaves Salt Lake at
05 p m and returning leaves Provo
at 1145 p m Big time assured Every
hocj invited Fare J1 l2
Clothing sale at Deaky j
Removal Sale
Big reductions in wall paper and
framed pictures before moving to our
elegant new store
GEO W EBERT A CO 67 Main St
p p
Do you kodak We finish and also sell
the supplies Salt Lake Photo Supply
Co 177 Main street
2175 for 3500 and 3000
TaJlored sample suits no two alike
at the Sample Cloak A Suit Store 38
South Main St Opp the Z C M L
Theres a most complete
assortment of mirrors to be
found at any of our four
stores
A mirror is you know a
most acceptable gift for
either a man or woman
The man always needs one
when he shaves and our
shaving mirrors are the kind
that delight him most
Some of them are the mag
nifying kind
f
SchrammJohnson
Drugs
Fora STORES WHERE THE
CAlLS STOP
Picture Framing
We are showing the largest line of
picture frames and mouldings in the
for less money
MidgleyBodel Co 33 E First South
SAVAGE IN HOSPITAL
Attending Physician Says Ailment Is
Not Due to Poisoning
Dr M n Stewart attending James 3
Savage who is In a serIous condition at
St Marks hospital denied yesterday
that his patient is Buffering from a dose
of poisonous headache tablets Dr Stew
art said that Savage was suffering from
right s ii eaee and that owing to his
rapldlv failing condition he found it i
nerpssm to move him from the Halls
hotel to St Murk ho iiltil
Clttbil g ur > at Deskys
<
There will be a special meeting of
Lynds chaper No 1 Order of the East
ern star held at the Masonic temple
Friday evening December 10 at 730
oclock Initiation All members of the
order cordially Invited
9
Clothing sale at Deskys
Highest JlrlN paid for strictly fresh
ro TfF POVAT f ARE
I
frflfcKAPK Ofr AGUARAtij I
Yon Cant Pay
More Than a
Thing Is Worth
In Our Store
Cessletesey In one ef the
meet valuable Jewel ia our
eolleetien We cant bUT n
poor article for we cant af
ford te guarantee pear staff
Our Chrlntinn thing are
new fltaplnyctl ia our eaos and
tho earl buyer ban many nd
vantages
J IYUPJ
1
n Holiday Specials
Mens Suits
For the next three days were of
j fering some holiday specials l
of unusual interest Heres a
splendid opportunity to buy a
1 good Winter Suit at ivbif saving
Our line of Suits includes the
S I
smartest New Torkyles and
S
tu nswest patterns For three
days we sell 18 to 25 Suits
r 1oo
BJM1J1CQtfi Lw tJ
Jttcd J4line < r =
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1 A Rouser in
Winter Overcoats
sli
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Here a hundred fine coats fancy
mixture blacks Oxfords etc in
heavy and light weights in styles
that reflect the seasons smartest
fashions Were overstocked so
we make a threeday sale like this
1750 to 25 Coats I
1250
6 1nUl
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This is The Gentlemens Xmas Store
Beautiful displays of Xmas goods are ready II I I I
u ltro l jL l
J n OWEN Manager 245 Main Street I
ORPHEUM TICKETS GIVEN AWAY
BY THE HERALDREPUBLICAN I
Somewhere in the classified columns of every issue of The HeraldRe
publican will be found an order for two seats at the Orpbeura theatre good
for either matinee or evening performance on date of issue The person whose
name appears in this order will please present a copy of the ad to The Her
akiReoubllcan office before 6 oclock today together with a positive Identi
fication your last subscription rtceipt will do Read the classified advr >
th1Ementl in this l IIt11f pphnix your name III there c
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Kodak Finishing
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co 177 Main St
TribuneReporter Printing Co
a 6 West Second South Phones 713
c
Plumes cleaned and curled Colejo
Millinery Parlors lot Tribune bg
The worth while thins th t I
are for sale are advertised i
c
p
No matter what you
want it for there is an
Acme Quality
Paint
for your purpo4k best for
the purpose too
C0LMKK pAIJfII A 0LA8 CO
aT KMK Frat Smrth
ASSAULT WARRANT ISSUED
Victim of Garfield Shooting May
Lose Arm as Result of Injury
John Kivwotich now in the count vi
Is charged with assault with a dtal
weapon in a complaint issued from ih
county attorneys office vesterda
Kowotvlch is charged with having sin
Tom Mascolme at Garfield Mony l nigh
while Mascnlmc lay 111 In bed Th wound
ed man is now at a local ti 1 > si itai aI i
will likely lose an arm as a result M
the shooting
These are the days
that try mens cf als
If y ue todd of
yours try ours
Its Better CM
and conies In
Blue Wagons
T 1 =
u suu
Western Fuel Co
Critchlow Fischer Kittle
Cable Address Wesfuco
Phones 719 73 Main Street
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TWO TRUE FRIENDS
FIRM UNTIL DEATH
Youth Far From Native Land Is
Crushed Beneath Great
Mill and Dies
FAMILY IS IN ENGLAND
THOS WILLIAMS PASSES AWAY
WITH MESSAGES OF LOVE
Murmuring a last message to his
family in England Thomas Williams
who was injured at about 1145 this
morning at the plant of the Portland
Cement company Eighth West and Rio
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THOMAS WILLIAMS
English youth who met death by ac
cident yesterday
Grande tracks died at 406 yesterday
afternoon at St Marks hospital
William > accompanied b > Ms two
sole friends in this country Richard
Dinneford and J 1 E Beaidsley and two
other emploj of the Poruana ce
ment company was assisting in the
removal of a large eightton rolling
mill from one of the company sheds to
the ward A large fortyton jack was
under the mill at one end and some
skids were being placed Williams
crawled under the machine to place
one of the skids when the jack slipped
almost the eutire weight of the mill
falling on him and catcblng him across
tie hips Only a few minutes before
four other men including the two
friends of Williams had been under
tla machine and no danger was ex
pp ted Mr BeardMey says the wet
arJ slippery condition of the ground
c used the jack to skid slightly and
thl weight of the mill forced it out
altogether
Williams wan born in England twen
t > four years ago and three years ago
emigrated to Canada with Richard
Dinneford where they remained until
1907 The two friends then came to
the United States and have been in
Ttdh for about six months working at
different places in Salt Lake Beards
ley and Dinneford said last night that
Williams was unmarried but that his
father and mother and several younger
brothers and sister were still living In
England and that he had been sending
money home to assist in the support
of the family
Two Operations Performed
The oung man was conscious the
last and underwent two operations one
for internal injuries in the Intestinal
region and another small one In the
left foot Only a few sutures were
necessary in the case of his foot and
Dr John F Critchlow performed both j
operations According to the hospital
authorities Williams died from shock
resulting from his injuries J
J E Beardsley was with him until
he died and said last night Tom c
and I had been friends since boyhood
in the old country and Dinneford and
myself were the only friends he had in
the United States He was game to
the last although in terrible pain and
when he came out of the operating
room about 3 clock he told me that
he knew he was going to die and
for half an hour or more talkea of his
folks at home asking me to write
them and giving me several messages
of a personal nature to deliver to them
Dinneford and I intend to see the of
ficials of the Portland company tomor
row to make arrangements for the In
surance as we have been paying 1 a
we > k at the plant to an insurance com
pan which takes the liability off the
company We are almost heartbroken
and I dont know how I am going to
inform his family of his death r
Williams and Ills two friends lived at i r
243 East First South street
SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW
Reproduced herewith is a facsimile of the
LitriItmn Jnatl Q HeraldRepublicans postage expense on its outside
9 circulation for November submitted by the Salt Lake
E postmaster The HeraldRepublican will donate 1OQO
4 7 k to charity if thq postage expense of this paper for
r
3 November ia not groater than the Tribune and Tale
oc
gram postage expense for November combined The
l llt HeraldRepublican hereby ehSHeriges tile management
S lT lT of the Kearns papers to reproduce a facsimile of the
statement or statements rendered by the Salt Lake
I 19 postmaster of the postage expense for November of
the Tribune and Telegram combined Print these fac
similes Let the public know
The bona fide net paid circulation of the Sunday
HeraldRepublican is twice that of the Sunday Trib
une and of course is greater than the combined net
j paid circulations of the Saturday Telegram and the
Z Sunday Tribune
x The Herald llepub1ican will donate 1000 to any
I local charity tho TohigramTribune management may
select if this is not the case and the management of
the two papers is hereby earnestly requested to chal
lenge this statement The HeraldRepublican sug
gests that a committee of local advertisers and expert
accountants be selected to make a canvass of the cir
culation records of the Tribune and HeraldRepub
1 lican each paper selecting one member of the com
mittee these two to select a third the accountants be
ing chosen by the committee each paper agreeing to
publish the result of the canvass the expenses of the
canvass to be borne equally by the two papers
7 i C W Post of Battle Creek Mich the head of
f19 the Postum Cereal company and one of the most sue
ressful advertisers of the day says of circulation
knowledge
I Publishers are slowly coming to realize that the
moment they refuse to place before the man who pro
poses to buy space for making announcements an ab
solute unqualified and honest statement of the service
rendered it forces the advertiser to the only conclu
sion that he can reachthat is that the man seeking
to sell the space is conscious of the fact that the space
V he has to sell is not worth the price he asks for it
Therefore he seeks to cover up and to prevent any ex
amination of that which he proposes to give in ex
change for the buyers money
f I pfer to leave shell
games to the kind of men
f f that run shell games I believe I like friends and in
response can be a good friend but I permit no man to
l put a blanket head in order
over my to prevent me
me from seeing the details of what should be an honest
and fair transaction
I The Best Christmas I Have Spent I Gor Spry William I
t f OVBRNOR Just which was the
VJ best Christmas day you have
spent
This was the question put to William
Spry governor of the state of Utah
three times yesterday each time only
to be answered with an increasing
smile of joyous demlniscence and the
final answer
My boy every one that I can recall
has been the best except that each one
has been just a little bit better than
the one before and I expect that the
coming Christmas Is going to be the
beat yet
If you tell me just what period you
want to refer to maybe I can answer
you betted When I was a little chap
the Christmas that Santa Claus
brought me a red bobsled seemed to
have i capped the climax of Christmas
joy Then there were the years of
youth when I thought I was reaching I
manhood Every year at Christmastide
was the best and better than the days I
of the red cap and the red bobsled i
I Then the best came when I was mar
ried and since then with my children
I each Christmas has been better than
all the former ones put together Sim
ply judging from the past thats why
I say the best yet is coming this next
Christmas
After all Christmas with its holly
and cheer its pleasure of gifts and re
membrances with the peacefulness of
which the day is symbolic ia bound to
be a sort of a successive best day One
might my nat handCbrtst
I I mas was his best tat that W all from
his viewpoint The boyhood Christmas
with its Santa CUus and 41I foft h ppy
illusions lovingly prepared to be car
ried out by the fond father and mother
is replaced by the Christmas of the
young man or woman They know that
Santa Claus and his reindeer coming
downfrom the Arctic and riding over
roof tops is al a myth but in his place
they rear another Santa Claus Then
comes the day when the boy grown
older plays the same game that was
played on him years before and It Is
still the best Christmas for him
HORT WEIGHT BUTTER I i
tate Food Commissioner Discovers
Evidence of More Petty
Larceny
War against the violators of the pare
ood statutes is being waged with In
creasing vigor by State Food Commis
sioner Willard Hansen and his deputies
While keeping up the surveillance of the
rrilk supply attention has also been di
rected towards other dairy products espe
cially with OL an eye uu to u short weight Yes
teruay in mr ruuuuui ui some 01 ine
residential district stores shortweight I
butter was found The outside wrapper
promised in its Imprint lifteenBlxtecn
ounces but the actual butter within the
several wrappings was only fourteen and
onehalf ounces an ounce and a half tesa
than the legal pound Then better with
out any label whatever was discovered
in i one place Pure cider pure only in
the wording of the label and found un
der test to be an adulterated compound
came into the confiscated ckuw
Complaints are being prepared against
the violators of the pure food law ani
a s fast as the evidence Is obtained pros
ecutions will follow in each case
BURGlARS SCARED AWAY
Attempt to Rob Canyon Road Gro
cery II Frustrated by
Discovery
What was evidently an attempt at bur
glary was frustrated about 3 oclock Wed
nesday morning by J J Thomas Mr
Thomas who fives at No 10 Emery
apartments First avenue and State
street was awakened at 3 oclock yester
day morning by a loud crash in the rear
of the apartments His window over
looks Canyon road and when he opened
the window and looked out he saw two
men in front of the Canyon Road gro
cery 15 Canyon road acting suspiciously
The noise made by Mr Thomas when
opening the window seemed to attract
the attention of the two men who stood
etill for a few minutes when another
man appeared walking up the opposite
tide of the street As he passed the other
two he whistled and the three immedi
ately disappeared In the darkness Mr
Thomas watched for about fifteen min
utes and not seeing anything further to
arouse his suspicions retired
INJUNCTION IS ARGUED I
AND PLUMBERS LISTEN
The injunction suit of the Will Rees
Plumbing company and others against lo
cal union No 19 Journeymen Plumbers
was heard by Judge M L Ritchie of
the Third district court yesterday and
taken under advisement A large crowd
of union plumbers and master plumbers
were in the court room during the argu
ments which lasted most of the morn
ing
FLYNN LANDS GOOD BERTH
Former Salt Lake Railroad Man Now
Traffic Manager In the East
P J Flynn who came to Salt Lake in
1883 to open an agency for the Santa
Fe road and later went to Denver to
take charge of the local freight bureau
and from there to Chicago bas been ap
pointed general traffic manager of the
Delaware Lackawanna Western sys
tern at a salary of AlOOOO a year Mr
Flynn mad his start on the coal break
ers of Pennsylvania as a coal sorter
from whicn pogiton he went to work for
a railroad company and learned tele
graphy From that time Flynus advance
has been rapid
SHADOW OF THE CROSS
Remarkable Painting to Be Shown
for Charity in Salt
lake
In the Shadow of the Cross the mar
velous painting of Christ the work of a
young American artists Henry Ham
mond Ahl that attracted so much mtten
telon at the AlaskaYukonPacific expo
I sition where it was on exhibition for the
benefit of the Swedish hospital is I to be
exhibited in Salt Lake for the benefit of
a worthy charity commencing the week
of January 9
In the Shadow of the Cross was
painted in Springfield Mass in 186
when Mr Ahl was 26 years old The
strange phenomenon which gave the
painting its name was discovered by the
artist entering his studio September 9
1896 Opening the door of his studio Mr
Ahl was amazed at a wonderful light
that emanated from the painting and a
large shadow of a cross appeared in the
background which the artist maintains
to this day he had not intended for his
canvas Through fear of spoiling this
wonderful effect the artist refused to
finish the painting and a short time later
sold it unfinished to Dr W L Wright
of Washington D C a millionaire art
collector for MOO
The first public exhibition of the curi
osity was given in the Capital City where
it created a sensation chiefly among the
clergy and scientific men It remained
in Washington D C five years and was
viewed by thousands people
STATE PAYS BACK LOAN
OBTAINED LAST SUMMER
At the meeting of the state board of
loan commissioners yesterday two loans
from the state board of land commission
ers of 50000 each were taken up One
loan of 50000 was made on July 14 and I
the other for an equal amount was made
on August 4 last The state ran short
of funds during the
summer and bor
rowed from the land board
MRS BATTEN WILLING
Files Waiver Allowing Husband to
Get Divorce and Keep Children
An answer and crosscomplaint were
filed yesterday by James M Batten in
the divorce suit against him by Delia
Batten In which the husband says his
wife deserted him in January 1907 since
Which time she has refused to return to
him and has taken no interest in their
four children They were married at
Omaha September 1 1897 The waiver
of Mrs Batten is filed indicating that
she will not fight the nit she started
but will allow her husband to get the
divorce and have custody of the chil
dren
THE SUB ILL OPEN
Initial Performances at Twentyfirst I
Ward Amusement Hall on Fri
day and Saturday
Margaret Whitneys tuneful and snip
py comic opera The Sub which made i I
such a hit at the Bungalow last sum
mer will be presented as the initial pro
duction at the new amusement hall of
the Twentyfirst ward Friday and Satur
day nights I
While the hall is not absolutely com i i
pleted tile heating and other details are I
installed so that a big crowd can be I
comfortably accommodated to witness
the efforts of the 32 young people who
make up the cast The amusement hall
is part of a number of improvements in
stalled by Bishop Lewis A Merrill and
his counsellors to afford quarters com
mensurate with the rapid growth of his
ward which ia now in point of numbers
ptssibly the biggest in Salt Lake The
meeting house has been enlarged and
modern seating arrangements instituted
at a cost of 12000
While tomorrow nights initial entertain
Dent is I I not the formal opening of the
new amusmient hall there are Indca
tions that the S R O sign will be up
early The opening of the hall will oo
cur at an early date when all members
of the ward will be the guests of the
bishopric at an Informal so lable
and dance In the meantime each Friday
evening throughout the winter months
will see various entertainments under
way
WELSH SOCIETY NAMES I
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
William C Price of Tooele was elected
an honorary member of the Sons and
Daughters of Wales at a special meeting
held last night at 68 West First South
street An executive committee of the
society was elected consisting of Evan I
Arthur chairman and John James W
H Folland John Evans Rees Davies
Kate D Shlll Sarah Sallaway J j c ules I
and John Jones I I
The next meeting of the society will
be held Tuesday evening of next week
at Federation of Labor hall Postmaster
Arthur L Thomas will deliver an address
OB Lloyd George Chancellor of the Ex
chequer and His Budget A > p ial mu
sical and literary program has been ar
ranged for the evening

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