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B 'I FAKE FISH PICTURES.
ItD i Just as soon as tho members of the
H , Commorclnl club mul other visitors to
H , Los Angolas got Bottled, wo expect to
IHI vi sco a largo number of photographs,
H V of numerous Salt Lakers stand-
BUt ' ' lug beside a jow-llsh, sea bass-
BjH or other majestic specimen of
BH! I tho llnny tribe, alleged to have
Et " been caught whilo off on tho visit. An
Jm , ' ontorprlsing Los Angeles photographer
nflf I has a studio especially llttcd up for
H1' tourists who dcslro to astonish their
mWt j ' friends at homo. Ho has a papier ma-
HE I cho llsb, a foot longer than tho aver-
B9 j ago nmii, hanging up against a bade
HB t giound showing tho bay, with a trout
fl rod standing alongsido, by which the
Hj llshcrman (?) stnnds whilo tho artist
KM ; presses tho button. Tho result is as-
mm I ! tounding. It really looks as if tho
HH i party had captured n hugo fish and
HHt $1 wns being photographed at tho shore
HHt soon after landing tho saino.
w' k Truth learns that Fisher Harris
HH slipped down ono afternoon and had
HH 'j his photograph taken; that Boon aftor
HHI (' Ed O'Donnell slipped into tho gallery
HH ' and camo out looking happy; that lm-
Hi fci mediately following him Palmer, or
HH t the Herald, entered and that during
HHt ' I tho courso of tho afternoon a dozon
HH ! Salt Lakers paid a visit to tho camera
B What a jolly joko It will bo whon
HH thoso follows begin showing their plc-
Hfl '! trues. What a monotony of scenery
BH ! thcro will bo and whnt a number of
BB ' llsh of uniform slo will bo exhibited
HB in tho dovolopcd and retouched caul-
HH net sizes that will arrivo hero as soon
BB as tho busy man down In tho City ot
BB i tho Angels gets through with his chem-
HB L Icnls. It will bo something to romom-
BB '( bor; something to talk about. Really
mm It is almost too bad to glvo tho snap
BB away, but business Is business.
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H ' UNIVERSITY NOTES.
gjfff Last Wednesday at tho regular
HH L chapel period tho students held an
KjJ . enthusiastic mooting, tho purpose or
HJB ; which wns to stir up Interest In tho
H ' i dobato Friday ovonlng, and also to
HH ' nomlnato ofilcois for tho student-body
BU organization. President J. C. Brown
BH ' presided. Mr. Howard Harold, a stu-
BH , dent or tho university, assisted by
BB. Professor Squlro Coop, rendered a solo
BB r in n very pleasing manner. Tho llrst
BB part of tho meeting was taken up in
HH t , lntorcst of debating. Attorney Han-
HH sen, a formor student of tho university,
HH I spoko upon tho importance of debating
HB work. It should not bo considered sec-
HB ond to athletics. Mr. Hansen was fol-
HB j lowed ry Roprosontntlvo McCrea, who
HH L llkQwiso spoko of tho Innwtanco of
HH l nll.studont activities and particularly
HH emphasbed tho point that debating Is
HH v' in no senso socond to nthlotics, be-
BH -, cause debating requires cool, logical
HH . ,. thinking that dovolops tho brain and
HH &' requires a good Haw of language, tho
two together being tho means by
which wo battle most with the prac
tical world. Ho said athletics ought
to bo encouraged, but so far as ability
to meet tho world with success Is con
cerned, tho scholar and thinker Is tho
greatest and ablest man.
(Tho students called for speeches
from Mr. Dale Parke, manager of do
bating, and Mr. Soul, a member of the
debating team, which meets tho de
baters from Denver Friday evening.
TJio students then proceeded to nomi
nate officers for tho student body. The
members of tho Arts and Normals
ticket aro as follows: President, Har
old Stephens; vico president, Karl
Hopkins; secretary, Virginia Bush;
treasurer, Elsie Ward; athletic coun
cil, Fred Bcnnlon, Georgo Hedges;
3tudont athletic manager, John Jen
39n; Chronicle editor, Dan Alexander;
debating manager, Ike Alexander.
Tho jdebato between tho University
Df Utah and tho University of Denver
tfas hold Friday evening. Tho ques
Mpn was, "Re olved, That tho Monroe
Doctrine should bo abolished." Tho
University of Utah had tho affirmative
iljdo of tho question.
tLast Wednesday, Mr. Dale Parke,
Oan Alexander and Karl Hopkins lett
fdr Colorado. Springs, whore thoy met
the Colorado College in debate Friday
(Today tho State High school track
mjeet Is being hold on tho University
athletic Hold. Tho schools- participat
ing in this contest aro tho Park City
High schol, tho Ogden High school and
tlo Salt Lake City High school.
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LORD. Wo will'loan you tho money to build
a homo of your own, and agree to ask
no moro in tho payment of tho loan
than tho rent of tho house would
aipount to. After you have repaid a
quarter of tho amount, you have n
year's graco In case of misfortune.
Open Mondny ovonings.
SALT LAKE SECURITY & TRUST
F. E. McGurrln, President.
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DEATH OF CHARLES KEITH.
David Keith hns'hundreds'of friends
who will mourn with him tho loss or
his son, Charles Keith, who died at
North Yakima, Washington, early on
Wednesday last, after an illness ol
four days. Pneumonia was tho disease
and it progressed very rapidly. His
condition was said to bo dangerous
from tho start, and from tho outset
there was hardly any hope. His sister,
Mrs. Eskridge, of Seattle, was with
tho young man when tho end came,
whilo his father, who had been noti
lied of tho serious clrcumtsances, was
on his way.
Mr. Keith will bring tho remains to
this city for Interment.
Charlie Keith was a lino young-man.
Ho was born in Virginia City, Nevada,
December 23, 187G, but spent his boy
hood days .In Park City, whore ho at
tended tho public schools. .Ho after
ward attended tho Agrlcultuial college:
at Logan and was a graduate of thot
Institution. Later ho took a commer
cial course at Boston. Ho was active
Iy engaged with his father in busl
nes and superintended tho erection ol
tho Keith building on Main street.
Some time ngo ho purchased a valu
able ranch near North Yakima and
wns making a great buccess when
stricken down with Illness. In ndiH
tlon to his business talents, ho was a
ycung man who naturally made many
friends and there aro numbers of them
in this city and elsewhere who will sin
cerely mourn him.
DEATH OF MRS. CAROLINE STOD
DARD. In tho death of Mrs. Caroline Stod
dard, which look place suddenly at
Mllford, about a week ago, the state
lost ono of its best known and most
estimable women. Mrs. Stoddard wa
a real pioneer, coming to Utah in
July, 1847, with ono of the very ear
liest bands. She was tho wife of Al
vin M. Stoddard and resided in
Beaver county for tho past 32 years.
By her neighbors and friends not only
In her own county, but in Salt Lake
and other parts of the stato she was
held In high esteem and lovo. Her
gentlo and amlablo nature made her
a general favorite and she bore her 70
years with honor to hersdlf, her fam
ily and tho community in which she
dwelt. She was the mother of five
daughters, all of whom married good
men who have made their mark in the
business world and affairs of this and
other states. Tho daughters aro now
Mrs. J. F. Grant of Salt Lake, Mrs.
Georgo A. Snow of Chicago, Mrs.
James Fennemoro of San Diego, Cal.,
Mrs. Leonard Rico of Parker, Idaho,
and Mrs. M. L. Stoddard of Cardston,
Canada. Her husband, who Is 80 years
of age, survives her. The funeral took
placo at Mllford, and was largely at
tended by members of tho tamlly and
sorrowing friends. A good woman
has gone to her rest, leaving a sweet
and fragrant memory to hosts of
friends and acquaintances.
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