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I v THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, JUNE 30, 1908. - 3 ' jivjl
J AUTOMOBILE CLUB IS 1 ISPONSOR FOR (MADE M - " jjj Back of Big Qooi Roads Mass 1 1 Heeling at Lagoon 1 1 July 10. I ' fHoiik, honk? fchc movement for better ronds In We U bcr, Davis nnJ Salt Lake c.ountIes will given great impetus at a mass, meet- fife whcl u 13 Pronosed t0 hol(i ilt La" . Jrabnut 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, July iC 10 under Hie auspices of the Salt Lake : Automobile club. Mayor John S. Brans- 7ktA the members of the Board of Public i wnrfcs and the City Council, the Com 4oncrb' of Davis, Wcbor and Sal; . counties, and representative ofil- ii and business men of Ogdon, Bountl Farmlngton, Layton, Kaysville and uirvlllo arc expected to be present meeting was decided upon at a ses of tho club In Its handsomo rooms he Bell Telephone building Monda t and tho board of directors was or d to Issue a call, csldent 0. II. Hewlett and Assistant etnry W. E Macarton will leavo the within a fow days to honk for good s In even' direction. They will bo ed with big horns which will spread tematlon In the ranks of the un tesslvc It will be their purpose to so iatorcst In tho approaching mass ting and to organize an auxiliary s of honkers, on' advocalo of good roads, every on" who has ever heard of a good and. If tho' can be found, those who seen a good road, will bo taken to ion Jul' 10 In automobiles. All mcm of the club havo pledged the use of and H Is expected that most ma il enthusiasts who are not yet mcm will Join In the movement because aro of necessity interested In good s. It is tho Intention to hold a sec masa hieetlng. with a similar object, jwhnro south of. Salt Lake City, fol ng the gathering at Lagoon. 1. G- u 2,1110 Team. National Rifle association matches held this year at camp Perry. O." ling August -'4. and arrangements icen made for sending a strong team ateen officers and men, including a captain, a spotter, twelve principal ;n and three attendants. These rill he selected from the National of tho State. Transportation and unable amount a day will be fur members of the team by the gov- Iaekand White, Cuba Mom, $11, nfe keep Cigars in good j im. smoking condition. j InBBlack and "White lias a ten emit : ; Baste Cuba Roma has the ten cent BpEach brand is a special in reality a ten cent cigar. AMgNotlmig like cither oil these at pvc cents. PrueM & Frsitkeit j jn Jrain East Side 2sot on the Cor- j E. Imported ( astilo Soap 25. fK 142 MAIN STSEE-T. J tV & full lino of professional 2 f'Mv'a&uiKS dim jupplies. pj.Kodaks and Developing. J EDUCATED INDIAN TO DELIVER A LECTURE Carlisle Graduate Advocate of Indians for Administration of Indian Affairs.' James "William Lablanco, a Sioux, who Is a graduate of Chlmauwah, tho Oregon Indian school, and of the Federal college at Carlisle, arrived In Salt Lake City Monday. Lablanco came from Pendle ton, Or., whero ho lives on the Umatilla reservation, and lt Is his Intention to deliver a lecture here exposlting the views of present-day Indian life as an Indian sees It. Lablanco says the retrogression of nn educated Indian to the aboriginal habits and instinct? of his progenitors Is due primarily to the fact that Indian altairs arc administered by white men who cannot fathom tho ever-existent primor dial characteristics of tho red man. Ho advocates the administration of the In dian department by thoso Indians who havo had educational advantages. Racial pride, he says, will make such a system successful, as the Indians will more read ily endeavor to omulato their own people. The educated Indian, Irrespective of his attainments or blood, is regarded as a ward of the Government and Is amena ble to all Inhibitions governing reserva tions. This, says Lablanco, denies him the right to gain an independence which is typical of tho citizenship ho Is enti tled to. If possible. Lablanco will arrango to deliver his lecture under the auspices of the University of Utah. IDAHO MEN TO TESTIFY JN $20,000 DAMAGE SUIT Twelve witnesses, who will testify In the Third District court before Judge Ritchie Tuesday morning, arrived In Salt Lake City Monday evening from Mont pelier and Pocatello, Ida. Tho case in which they will testify !s that of E. L. Gardner of Montpelier against the Ore gon Short Line. Gardner is suing for $20,000 for personal Injuries caused by falling from one of the company's trains at Moyer Junction, Wyo. Gardner was an employee of the company at t7ie time. IDAHO SUPREME COURT FOLLOWS R0YLANCE CASE In a recent decision In tho case of Annie F. A. Hilton vs. Samuel "W. Stewart, ex ecutor of the estate of Dr. John R. Park, the Supreme court of Idaho based Its opinion upon tho finding of the Supreme court of Utah In the famous Roylancc case In which a celestial or sealing mar riage ceremony was held to bo a civil marriage, carrying with It all rlght3 to property. The Idaho court reverses Dis trict Judgo Stevens of Bingham county, wno ruled adversely to Mrs. Hilton. The case was Instituted to force a division of the Park estate. DOPE FIEND NEARLY LOSES LIPJBY AN OVERDOSE Frank Eskllngcr of St. Louis, 21 years old. a dope (lend, cured himself of the morphine habit at the risk of his life Monday afternoon. While visiting the opium and morphine dens of the Celes tials on Plum alley Monday afternoon, ho obtained a large quantity of morphine and took an overdose. An hour or so afterward ho fell to the street In a stupor and was picked up by the police and transferred to the emergency hospital, where Dr. S. G. Paul, police surgeon, ap plied stimulants that failed of tho de sired effect. Calling In threo or four firemen, Dr. Paul obtained the electric battery from the fire department and applied lt to Eskllngcr's nude body to arouse him from the deep sleep. Aftor terrible punishment the sleeping man was aroused and his life saved. Eskllngcr says he has taken Ills last dose of morphine. A private safe may be rented in the fire and burglar-proof vaults of tho Salt Lake Security and Trust company, 32-31 Main street, $3.50 per 3'car. Wanted In California. Chief of Police Pitt Monday received instructions from the city marshal of Sebastopol. Cal., to locato and hold W. F. Goodrich, alias Captain Baldwin, who Is wanted there, but what for Is not stated. A reward of $45 Is offered for Goodrich's arrest. It has been learned that Goodrich, who is supposed to have conio hero May 30, called at tho post office for moll two or three times, but tho police believe ho has left town. Sheriff is Arrested. J. II. Burnlngham of "Bountiful, a dep uty sheriff of Davis county, wiis taken into custody at First South and Main streets by Policeman Griffin early Mon day morning, charged with obstructing the crossing by allowing his produce wagon to stand upon the street In tho way of moving vehicles and pedestrians. Burnlngham was released on his own recognizance to appear before Judgo Whitaker in Police court this morning for hearing. NAME PROBATION OFFICERS FOR SEVERAL RESORTS The Juvenile court commission held a meeting In the office of Governor Cutler, Monday, and appointed three probation ofTicers, whose duty it will bo to look after boys and girls at resorts. Fred An derson will look after Saltalr, "W. IX II. Moir will be at Liberty park, and Grant W. Andnis at the Salt Palace. Mr. An derson will put in his entire time evenings and will receive $1 a day. HUNDREDS ATTEND COMMENCEMENT Of KEARNS-ST. ANN'S ORPHANAGE Over GOO persons were present at tho commencement exercises of tho Kcarns St. Aim's orphanage Monday evening at the orphanage building, corner of Fourth ISast and Twelfth South streets. The big hall was taxed to its capacity, and many who arrived rather late were compelled to stand at the doors, not being able to get insldo of tiic room. The hall was handsomely decorated with American Hags, red, white and bluo bunting, ferns and carnations and roses. The programme was on" which would easily have done ample Justice to children double tho ago of the little tots who par ticipated. " and was certainly a credit to Hie school. It was opened by a chorus, "AJI Hall, Our Bishop, Hall." by the girls of the school, after w4hlch little Miss Marie McCalluni xiuulo an address to the Right Rev. Rlshop Scanlan. The presen tation of flowers followed, and proved to bs one of the most touching scenes of tho eenlng. Splendid musical selections were ren dered by the Misses E. McCallum and Thcresa'Stevens. and the boys of tho or phanage sang "Oh, Hero Wo Are, So Gay and Free." Misses Har.el Loraugc and Mary Young very effectively played a piano duet, after which occurred the presentation of a play entitled, "The Orphan Girls; or, the Triumph of Simplicity Over Pride.' The cast was composed of Misses Blaneho j Smith, Hazel Burrlll, Mary Kaiser. Ellen Mack. Eunice Whitney. Jes3lc Galloway and Marie McCallum. Following a scarf exercise by Misses Mui'k. Whitney, Smith, Lorange. Triple, Kaiser. Chllds, Koskl and McCallum, an other little drama was presented, entitled "Irish Mary, of Our Gold Coins." This proved to bo the feature of the exer cises. Tho play was a legendary explana tion of tho reason for the face of an Irish Maiden being stamped on the American gold coins, and met with considerable pralso on tho part of tho audience. The cast of characters was as follows: Co lumbia. Bessie McNully: American girls, Elsio McXulty, Nellie Riley. Emma BII dermann. Mary Young; Irish girls, Eileen Harrington. Theresa Stevens. Edith Mc Callum; recitation. "Sheridan's Ride," Theresa Stevens; "Guardian Angel of Irish Mary," Theresa Powell; song. "Irish I Mary," by all. j ' Miss Bessie McNulty did exceptionally j well lis Columbia, and the song "Irish Mary" was effectively rendered. The children of the orphanage sang "Adieu, Until We Meet Again." The stenography class was put through a demonstrating examination In shorthand and typewrit ing, which proved extremely interesting in addition to exemplifying the excelled work which the little ones were doing. The exercises were closed by the pres entation of prizes and medals by. tho t Rev. Father Klely. JTT.w.,i i J - I i j ,u III Llgtnnj- I n II I JMW. .1 Complete Formula, Aver's Non-Alcoholic Scrtaparitu. ' 7 fC Kach Fluid Uuncs Kopruoonta i, IVk Hiw H BraaprlllaHoot, lOGrs. 8nnaIioaTa - - 2 Ora l W lT 1 y 7fl "STiC YollonrDook Hoot, 8Gr. EUclc CohosliBoot 2Grn. ', W H Dk fflfi B tr 5 liioorioe Soot - - 8 Ors. Pokoroot lGr. 'i, Utex' to' fey (t?J? ClnchontBodBark.OGrs. Iodld ofPotoaaium - 4Gr. 'J Buckthorn Baric - -4 OrB.'Gljcorln, O I' , 3 1-3 Drams' A,k your doctor if h approves of this Sf : I g FlarorlnarJgllfJ'roon prescription for Ihlnblood, impure blood. Water Baffloioat to mnico ono fluid ounco. R n Arrt A; trilhnui mirjiffnn V7o haro no ooorolo ! Wo publish J. C AyerCo.,S y Accept tits answer UllthOUt question, tho formulas orU our snu.oi.ie. T.ow.lI. Mai. B . ,,u. t-jun I- rVAUBCT!nTiBfngcoggi i.i.i JauiiVJ"U.4 ui-iijiw" I Were you ever up against it so hard that the sight of a dollar made your mouth water? If you have ever reached the stage where 1 m : you were about ready to pawn your wife's fur coat or open the kid'3 tin bank you can appreciate how badly we need the money. Cost) 1 mml doesn't enter into the consideration. I wSi- We are going to close out every suit in the house if price will do it, and if you are going 'to wear pea f&r I w3a ' clothes this summer or fall this will interest you. A line of all wool worsted suits, fine serge lined, all of the ' J 1 : new colors, hand tailored, Kaufman guaranteed construction. We sold them for $16.50 and they were worth it. 'L? m J I "Bf " Any suit in tne house at 60 cents on the dollar, Blacks and Blues included. 1 iBT MEN'S SIDES Men's fiats at 60c Shirk! Shirts! Working j H; )( We are positively going to QI1 t!t2 D!!l8F Men's fine negligee coat shirts, flswrAtd 1 Wm j sell every shoe in the house for nevr madras ,yith att-ached or! . JllLIVK& 1 t I 60 cents-on the dollar. If you John B. Stetson's famous three X detachable cuffs the season's I BKi i ever expect to wear shoes, now nutria in all the new shapes and 4 .' We must close out the bal- I J Si? - 1 is the time to get them. staples, such as Nebo, Austin, Dewest Productions, the famous mcB of thege GloyeSj and y(m I J V ! made of the finest material at $'00' jj1 f pf $2'8 ; f ;ni or 1CSS QR I I fJ J v l c l v. our new $3.00 hats, every style, 150' now vOj ,r , ' BS in fact, the finest shoes we or flU uew & 4 C)ti e s Brown Horsc Hide H : ! anyone else can buy at any ' Sl.olJ A complete line of new shirts, de- Gauntlet, the best railroad I If7 I price Wo sold them at $6.00 J tachable cuffs, new, bright pat- Gauntlet made, reinforced i v I E j and they were &to q All of our entire stock of all new thumb: was " no I N fflSi: I . worth it; now $SA styles and colors of &2.00 hats, tGrn3 rth , $1.75, now JSC S WB ' Selz Royal Blue,' Sir Knight W telescope and new pineh $1-00, for W -J , . to , crowns, 4A Mens white horse waterproof f I'mffl I shoes, m all leathers and . ' & I 1 i . - c i P ?mMl' e?.78u at " Men's Balbriggani - - m I sfecs and aew lasts .TO TWICTKWFAR IT J ' "W " I ISi ' I womnxo jiEN-Hmfathc w1 Underwear iA Mi 3 opportunity you will never 20 dozen of those new imported! j were $1.00, - I have again. Men's solid silk knit four-in-hands; we Taped seams, an extra quality; now DUl 1 l leather, full kangaroo or box thought they were good value j that we sold at 90 nm Mcus cal and pig.faccd work I calf, solid soles: a shoe that; at Toe ; all of the new QfJ cents, and worth it ePflSb "loves were 75 aa 1 WW' " I My selIs i CllCSC COlrf- You can have your choice of'. ts; now 0C j 1 H 3-00'U"--A5 Wo f hold of 2o dozen new Eng- any underwear in the house at 60 1 Men Canvas gloves, Ml ' Shoe Polish, Sir Knight com- mercerized folded tour-in- ' wnrfll b hp g A tt . 1 binationbox of polish and hands early in the season, when cents the dollar. orth loc Ql c bottle of gloss; worth we had money. We thought hw ?I ! iri, :;-"!"..17c Open Every Night This I f I r3i Hit' IrSiF' "Isc Week Till 9:80 p. m. 1 1 .1 1 Dope Prom the Police Court Ninety-one cases, an unprecedented number, rerc on the docket before Judge Wliitaker, occupying Judge Dlehls bench. In Police court Monday morning. Seventy three were against women of tiic streets, who failed to appear when their names were called, and an order of forfeiture of ball was entered In each Instance, enrich ing: the city treasury by several hundred dollars. Charles Hubburd. charged with va grancy, was described In tho complaint as being a healthy beggar, but as he is blind In ono eye, carries his left arni, broken, In a sling, and Is crippled In the right hand, the complaint was somowhat at variance with the facts' in tho case and he was given until this morning to leavo the city. Deputy Sheriff Axel Steele took him Into custody for heaping abuso upon him when he refused him alms. John Delaney, a laborer, will work for tho city twenty-five days for getting drunk upon Sunday and begging upon I tho streets. He pleaded guilty, thinking perhaps that he might oscapo with a light fine, probably $5. but reckoned without his host. Delaney failed to obsorve that Judge DIehl, who usually Imposes a fine of ?5 each upon Sunday "drunlcs," was not on the bench. He will bo more ob servant tho next time. II. I.. Brown, a teamster, was found guilty of stealing a pair of eyeglasses, val ued at 10. and belonging to Mrs. M. ID. Wilson, from room 2 of the Chadbourno rooirlng-house, South State street, and seiHced to forty-fivo days' Imprison . menu. Brown was employed to remove I baggage from the room and committed : tho theft while transferring tho trunks, concealing the glasses under the seat of his wagon. Sergeant J. H. Johnston re covered them at the tlmo of Brown's arrest. Brown attempted to lay tho blamo upon another laborer employed about the rooming-house. James Murphy, alias John Connors, pleaded not guilty to the charge of steal- Ing 100 pounds of brass from the Denver & Itlo Grande and his hearing was st lor July 11 In default of $260 ball bo was committed to tho County Sheriff's custody. SALT LIKE PRAISED BY THE CREDIT MEN Continued From Page Ono Denver over the Lake Shore railroad i June 21. Stops were made at Omaha, whero thoy were entertained by the Com- 1 merclal bodies, and at Colorado Springs. Tho convention at Denver occupied four days, Juno 23 to 2G. According to mem bers of the party the trip has been ono unending round of pleasure. Thev ex pressed themselves as greatly pleased with the way things are done In tho West. They publish a dally paper on their train, and In Sa Lake City gave the copy, pictures and all, to a local printer to finish the work. The manager' of the party said that he had never seen better work done in any place he had ever been, and was astonished at tho rapidity with which everything was ac complished. The party was delighted with tho iiitermountain city, with tho air v( f ( 'of prosperity and the energy and hustlo displayed on all sides one that they had Mil I never had su-h an entertainment in in I their lives, not even in Denver; arid that ll 'fi n i for doing things in a hurry. Salt Lako I'U'lM ! City certainly had them all beaten. r31 ? Following aro the, members of the East- -ill ern delegation: .BT 'HH'' 15. P. Beebe. J. L,. Boyd. Jr.. Miss ICath- W Jt r" ryn Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Conkllng. ' fV ' M. "W. Conkllng, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cnap- J man. II. KIsen. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. !f M'l i Fish. B. F Enzklel. Mr. and Mrs. Georga ) II. Graves and Master Graves, Miss Hattlo 'i MHj,' Gusdorf, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. J. .w'lJ W. lllllman. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ilutton. 'ii'M'fA'- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Klein. Adolph Land- Jt 1 V . auer. F. C. Lewln. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. jl'l " McIIannan. W. H. Matthais. Mr and Mrt. -ij fllr i JMorrls Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Mul- i, Vlf ' rooney, Harry Now. B. B. N'orthway, O. ilv ' W. Oppenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. gU' raltlson, Miss Mary Pattlson, Mr. and TiMf ' Mrs. J. B. Pearce. C. G. Prasse. E. G. : Prasse. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rapp, Mr. tiim ' , and Mrs. F. R. Scattcrgood. Edward F. 'irif-U Schertey. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Shook, Mr. - ' and Mrs. F. F. Somers. A. L. Somers, C. 'I-l J. Treblnsr. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wade. x ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W S. Webb, V. C. WI1- i H i gon and W. G. Wilson. - (J , I this store was thronged ' until closing time with eager I Mm i -g- buyers, q The unprecedented bargains, which evSry f lij jjl department presented attracted a response from every part of the. city and vicinity. It was wonder- 1 II 1 ful and exceeded all expectations. An extra force of salespeople makes bargain choosing easier than I Mm m ever before in Salt Lake merchandising history. To-day should be even busier. Reserved stock has 1 Ilf U been brought forward and YOU SHOULD NOT DELAY PURCHASING.