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KiOFFICItLS
1 Iff TODAY
M,t Bush, and His Parly
K. p Rnh. rr-i'!'"" of fh
in i.hI
' 1 - or.'.r'ion. The
TljMfthAV men ..n this oc won
SHE1 V '",r' th" rTrvu:- nl
i0 V"' nfT"
K, office ' rreeident Bush
- MM. ,hfli the money was assured
BJr " - .monls 1V.-.U l.i
lK.. There are three enrps
TBKl n(nr .-i (he field in nddi
reffrdnr fon-e of engin-
nc ronm ' ' ,f ',rv
I jHUvr representatives op the
It Ej(iatc estimates on the pro
IftKV '"! ' 5i-H"'
IKK, wi!l I "uitiTic of th
E'soi.i "" "r
'E(iK(0 R txrn per .vtii T30, 3
UgHf :il.LTT'"' "!" rnp main
TltKtt, n'I the ! " rakinq
. jjHLip lin 1 ' i1 'r 1 ,:i
gnd between Tucker and
-'.vjMjippprr. cnrrnl pnperiDtend
StgKjof' ' !ir '" ' l' r' " n I taVi,
"Bfjt p-rpn mi - nil the
5 "B tvfn-ho.l ! -2 r.-.'oiv for
'npreTrrieti!-
:MaK the coii-itr; i- fore t:'. I..-;
sJ 1915, thai Tv II be dim asiouor
'' Ki;r il'nri-' . Kpnp.it ion.
ill SEE SIGHTS.
ivntfon Party to Be En
tertalned Here,
persons who have en et
convention of the National
Etioti in Seat! li, from New
rnvi- In Salt Lake City at
lis morning Thev an rom
Orsgnn Short Line from (lie
jerk, where ibev went after
n, in th special lum made
pti by te New York Cen
npeny und known as trie
let will be kepi busy hile
i, the nbjeel ' npr to show
;h o S.'iH I.Rli'- City I'
ry will c met ;i1 the Harrl-
members of 1 1 e electrical
ri atii.i; inn here known as
Jov" and escorted to the
here Hic. will have break-jreelrfn-t
the plan of enter
Include a rld- on the sight -sn
organ recital at iho
(rip I" Sallalr, and lunch
hntcl for.- rerunning their
umry In the e'cnlui;.
JHk Widc-Gaiujc Passes.
wMi -p.iii-i' r;iiliiif(fl in Vm-r-M":n
th'- h,-(nit of tlia
i
Clyu discouraged?
WIm any REAL reason
I Probably not ten to
A your Over. You need
Itt's Pills
Beet is gentle, yet .rarely
e foHten with the ordinary
directed. Take no sub
1 Wtugar coated or plain.
Ptionc Waaatc h 363
itlOB Baul this week
enttoBMack Florence Stone
HgC ORPHEUM PLAYERS
M SPENDTHRIFT"
OH 'fctTihursd'1y .md Saturday-
'HP.rfe Helen Ware Suc
Jm THE DESERTERS."
vj -wm
"tunis at all perform-
art JlLI V A N -CON SID IN E ' "
MMvarced Vaudeville
CttyW DEL. M A P. POSTER
'Km GIRLS.
,.i iM m,f nd the Manicure,
un I W Elenore Ball.
W II I Barnes i Barron.
J. H Toklo Klssh-.
L ely 4 Barlow.
' Baliertni'g Doo.
A g Mutinte Dilly , A
V0ug:,r7,.f 10c
. . ..
Vaud''l- Palace
1'CyUWU,n A't.. nd Excl,
ricture.
Oi ( JOHNSON'S DOGS,
V Pmier Trio.
Wgli 7'l "d H .11,
"" Ruling M,er
Chej Wilson,
0c Seats
ofl f " :
DIABETES
A Simple He-b Quickly Cures This Dread
Disease to Stay Cured.
DiabetM 'is heretofore leen ronsid
erei lniirahle. and the only hcr hid
out to the afflicted has bert lo prolong
their Man bv Mrlot rlltlng.
A plant, recentiy discovered in Mirr.
railed r)labtol Hrb. has been found to
bo n spfi-iflr m th treatment or ciiabts,
euir-kly reducing the spe-1flc gravity and
sujfHr, restoiint vljror and butldlnc up the
evHf m.
This hernil.ss vs not rm-ilv will r
llOV4 the piillnf of his Sf O0 V'nr'oms,
in tha inosi aggrn'-atd cfc?s of diabetes
nfthin one week, and we are authorized
to rtum t)i money If it falls to do so.
Call pt. our store tc-3a- and see PHOOFS
of ruren, and iret free tvioklet of spe
cial VUlue to the dlaheti.'. containing
latest dlt. Ufll ttinl ev-lnsl-e table of
food aluei) w inc pernnre of starch
and sugar (carbon 'i-afs) In 260 diffrr
tit foods A two weeks' fupp'. package
of rlabio 71f-rh lpoilr, prompt! ::pon
receipt of i no. schramm johnsom.
DRUGS, "The "ever-SubsUtutl)ra.' five
(l) aood stores.
Canadian KorthtWi and work of reduc
ing it to tiw- r-tndard gauge h alreadj
startfd. The engines and original equip
ment toi thi load were bought in Eng
land in )r0 and tvo ot th I'lininee are
pi iii in nee on th read. The road Is
thirteen miieR long, evtcndinK from Caril
lion t.-. Greenville on th ast hank of
the 'Ottawa river In Quebec. The wide
srauK-n is 6 feet r Inches between the
rallv while the stanriar.-J tauge Is 4 feet
Sj Inche.
Railroad Note?.
B A. Starkweather, general H;m 'iri
f'ir the Chicago Qreal Western, went to
Idaho resterday o r Bhon buelnesa t rit.
A V. Peterson, advertialng clerk for
the Oregon .Short IJne. !ft for New Tork
CltJ e8t',rda, where he. will attend a
meotinR rt "ihf ad ert iFlnir men of the
ITerrlrnan system.
C. F. Will Lama. ?neml agent for the
Milwaukee in Salt T.ale 'A. Ht'idH:.
r'.'-ei'-i1 a rase nf unusualb' pne oiitngee
from Lindsay. C'al. Mr. Williams notified
some of his friend and Its office there
after wan one of th most popular places
in the city.
In preparation for the racing season
thai will open at Lagoon July two
special trains will arrive from ',i:r
d Alene, Ida., over the Oregon Short T.ine,
.Tilly 1. Both of the trains will be loaded
with horse-;, owners, drivers, riders and
f re Inera.
The Oregon Short Un will run Ita
s""ond excursion of the seaaon to north
ern Utah and southern Idaho tomorrow
The first excursion was well patronized
and was a decided success.
A special train will he run to Prir
ham City toda;. , louring the Harriman
depot, over (he Oregon Shoii lyilie, at
7:4a o'clock this morning. The special
is for the ecoommdoatlon of the com
mercial travelers n.nd their friends.
A. W Parrott, city passenger agent
for the Denver & Rio firn.tide at Pom er,
was a Halt i,ake City 'isiior yesterday,
having come here In charge of a special
train bringing wnt delegate to the Fed
eration of Women's clubs convention,
which will open in San Francis o June 2F.
The Juno number of the Rio Grande
Employees Magazine was Issued yeater
day. It cotitainji many iiterest lug arti
cles and two entire pages of personals
regarding Sail T,ak" City employf-S of
the Denver & pio Orande.
. I
WEATHER FORECAST.
W BLATHER FORECAST FOR F Al.T ikf:
CITT I'NBETTl.En AND BOKBWBA1 COOLEH
FTITDAY. FOLLOWED HY SHOWERS AT XIGHT.
SAT (TRDAT FAIR AN'P COOLER.
C'omjiiirtiv veatbrr rtntx t 3a1i Lsk" Citr.
June V.
niRiirat tninpwiitiirB todr S'i rtrrrnt:
htgbast In thl nionlh alnrc 1?T4 -wsi: 101 de
le it JovkOMl lo?t ntslit Wflfl M itegrroK. low
est rhlfc month slnro wn H ilricrees: in??r.
lemperoture for fo'lsj Tr 7: ilr(cr.o. norm I
s 7n ficfircw : aocuiBtilstad dsflclencf ninm
hr nirr of ihr month Is ?1 ilegroen: iccumulslod
(yie nine .TaniiaiT I 1 BB BegTCSS,
Relative luimldlt'' a' S . m. toda wn a7
per rent, reUtlvo humidity at 6 p. in. today t.m
12 pn- rr. I
Total precipitation for Uie twenty-tour boui!
ndlnK at fi p. m T"nn none, total for this
month lo date Id .7? of an inh: accu -mulmed
in:na for Oils niontli to dat l
08 Df an trrh. iotal prerpi;tlon slni Janu
arr 1 to .jaio is 10. ? Im ltea: a-':uniulHld exce.i ,
IDC .lanuarv 1 In i;S of on loeh.
S'ln rlrea nt 1:66 a. m. ; aun aota tt llSJ P- m ,
June XL, 1M1
WBATHBR OBeTERVATIOlffl
Tenperatara. S
f?
Ma i ton?. - 12
V -S i r C
; I t "
I: '
salt la'ke . IT I j H I -00
Poise 70 I 00
Cheremie - I W -t: I .v
C'lilraiio ... SO W M I 10
Denver tf I so I .00
riea tlelaei .. 1 . I M I .00
Unogc City ... TR I 0 I BI I 00
Pulnth -. J I 4 1 SO I .00
Durante 7" w I tn I .on
firand .Hi not Ion IS M I 52 1 00
Havre - SO M I 41 ,00
Helens I U I .00
Huron . 70 I IK I M I .no
Jaokeenrille 76 I fo : 7s I oi
Kunnus Oily 7 0 r.R I .en
Lander - M.l SO J 48 I 00
1. AllKSlM 6 I 74 I SS I .0"
Modona TO ! .On
Moorhead 72 I 76 I El I -ft)
Mew Orleeni Tl I 71 I 70 I .00
Now York 74 7S I 60 I .00
Xf York M I 10 I "4)0 I .On
North riatU 80 l 4 I ,00
Oklshoms .. 7s I (i2 I t.O I .14
Phosnlx 100 I 102 I 70 I .on
Po-ratollo M I S I N I 00
Portland. Or M I tn I hf. I i.Oo
Rapid illy 7 I 7S I I0 I .cm
Hosehurj; ES I 6 1 II I M
Son Diego fi I S I On I .00
pi I.oulo 7 I 7K I 60 I .op
BL Psul 70 I 74 I W I .on
San FranHrco 60 I 62 f.t I oi
leettle M I M I ,M
Shot-lilan SO I 62 I 40 I 00
Ppofcimn S2 I 04 I 60 I .no
Tonopah II I " I 0 I 00
Waahinsion 74 I 7S I 00 I .00
Wllllaton I 70 I 74 0 I .00
WUHjeawgee 1 si I H I a 1 on
GETS-IT For Corns
Really a Wonder
New Way Painless. Safe snd Sure.
"Quit Thar QET8- IT WUC'Cci'Any
Corn."
The new kind of uorn cure: the only
sure kind; the- only ea.s.y, sai't, palnlaai
kind, is here- It's what oorn postered
people have Veen looking for ever since
the ae of shoes- Does It really do the
work" Well Juii one trial will prove II
The name of this big surprise Ik
"Gir-TS-TT." because. It gets It. You don't
have to wrap your toe? In tifindagos
There are no plasters, no shIvm What
it, more "GBTfl-rP" will never, absolute
ly can't', hurt or make the true flush Mere,
as many other com "things" do. If It
get on "Hie skin, It won't, can't hurt or
Injure the floxh. Apply it In two second?
It's guaranteed, or your money la re
funded. .,
Vour druggist sells ''GETS -IT,
ronts per bottle, or dlreei If von wish,
from E. Lawrence fr Co.( Chloago.
1 1 Tribune Want Ads Pull
AMUSEMENTS
ORPHEL'M rHI!ATEa---Wlllard Mack i
and Florence Stone, supported by
' f ''. u i Playerg, In '"The spend- i
thrift " K- entng performance be- ,
glne at :I5.
EMPRESS THEATER -SulUvan-Oon-!!!-
vaudeville Matinee daily at
2'3e Te o evening performances.
7:30 end B is. Bill enangee 'ellnes
day afternoon.
COLONIAL THEATER -Levey vau
deville Matmee dally at 2 :X0.
Evening performance eontinuous i
from 7 ;1S to 11:16 Bill changes Sat
urdav afternoon.
The crowds at the Orheoni sttu .on-i
tinue and it would appear that the w hole
town purposes to see Miss Stone in the
title role of "The Spendthrift." with
Wlllard Mack and the other favorite of
the Orpheum 'ompsny, who are giving
? very satisfying production of Porter
Binereon Browne's glory of the llUy wom
an who almo.t wrecked her life nd rha
Of he;- husband through her selftshuces
nun diTfPsrd for the proprieties.
Nothing equaling th thrllllns iinv-
tlonall-" of T i o Klsshe".- "Slide for
Life" a! the Bmprees thiF week has beet;
seen on the lo.-ri! s'nge In rr.an month"
Klsshe i.; a Japanese gymnast, who, a.t the
close of his act, mounts a rope stretched
above ,:ie heads of th audience from the
top of the theatei to th! stage, and. after
ascending the steeply-Inclined rope to it;:
uppermost point, releases hie grip and
glides bak along the hope at neiK
breaklng speed
Aeide froni "The Prinenjs of Lorraine j
there n. vera r.ther fine films being I
shown at the Reg this week pr those
who like a dnsh moral bftterfl e ith their
photoplay. "Brotherg" fills the bill it Ib
a Btory of two hoys, one wayward anci
the other strictly level -headed. It shown
their careers until one Is shot while flee
ing from the police. He receives abso
lution at his brother's hands, the 'atter
having become a priest. Among the other
pictures Is 'Nothing Shall Be Hidden."
Htiother interesting Rtory cleverly work.''.'
out.
The last performance of the hill at the
Colonial will be given this afternoon and
evening, an entirely nee bii Taking the
boards tomorrow afternoon The man
agement of ttio Colonial promises its pa - I
trone next week one of the stTonep?
programme? offered anywhere on the
Levey vaudeville circuit, in addition to
the regular hill tonight amateur? aspiring
to profeiisloiwil honors will be "tried out"
before this evening's audience.
Bathing at, Saltalr Immense.
The warm Weather has eauserl the
t empera tore of the water in the la Ice
io rise rapidly, it Is oow 74 degrees.
Bathing is ideal. Trains every 15
minutes'.
New Corporation
Filed with the county clerk:
Mayflower Mining company of Fait
Lake, eapital :to.-i lino.nui. shares $1
ear-h Murse si. ixiffleln, president, Wil
liam AT. Bradley, vlep president' Lewis
A. Jeffs, secretary anil treasurer; C P.
Crawford. C, B. .lack. A W, Johnson and
WlUlam Plachel, additional directors.
T.'tiih Underwriters company of Salt
Take; i-aplial stock :'.'".. "00. shares $1
each. EL F. Savage, president; IJ. C
Ashton, vice president. P. O liYick. sec
retary and treasurer H ' C- Edwards and
A. I-T Rauhof. additional directors.
Wasatch Iand & Improvement company
of Salt Lake, i apltal Stock S50.000, shares
?10 eai lv. Joseph P. Smith, presldipnt
Frank Y. Taylor, vire president; D. Car
los KlmhaJl. secretary and trerisurex.
CONTRACT WITH BAND
FOR SUMMER. CONCERTS
A ervnLraet was entered Into yeslerday
Vintwf.en the city commissioners and the
Mollerup-Klenke bond of this city where
by the band Is to play three free public
concerts each week In Liberty and
Pioneer parks during tho summer. The
contracted concerts Degin next Wednes
day evening, when the band will ap
pear in Liberia! park from 6 to S o'clock
The following Sunday the band will again
play In Liberty park during the same
hours In the evening and In the after
noon will play In Pioneer park from 3 un
til 5 o'clock.
Tomorrow afternoon the Mollorup
Klenko band, conducted by C. Mollerup,
will play the following programme In
concert at Pioneer park, between 3 and
E o'clock.
March. 'College Yell."
Selection from "PrinCS of Pllsen."
Wa-ltz. "Beautiful Spring."
Medley overture, "Siam-Bang."
Intermezzo from "The Gondoliers.
Selection from "The Spring Maid."
Popular, "Beautiful Doll.''
Walts, "Dolly Varden."
Songs from home, popular. 1
March, ,:Frat."
Finale, "Star-Spangled Banner"
Free band concert Salt Palace tonipht.
Pure air, cool and com fort able at
gaJtair. Trains every 45 minutes.
FINDS VIOLATIONS OF
LAW IN OGDEN VALLEY
3 c Lambert, deputy dairy and food
commissioner, returned yesterday from
a trip of Inspection through 'he Osden
vallev. The dalni conditions, he report.
Were fat from satlsfaetory. Ho found
that many places where cream separn -tor-'
worked bv hand "ere in use wem
unsanitary and not up to th require
ments of the law. The machines. In
manv Instances, occupied filthy barns
In these cases immediate removal wus
ordered and Instnu Moris nlven to clean
the separators thoro'ughlv and Tte
nuently. While visiting BlackMan & Griffin's
creamery in Ogden, he reports finding a
,.ftr, nf cream, which had been Consigned
from Idaho, in . decomposed stale The
cream was confiscated and destroyed.
This is The first esse of the kind report
ed this ear. and Mr Lambert says thai
It is the intention or his department to
take vigorous steps against the use of
ream of this kind
FORM NEW COMPANY
TO WORK AT NATIONAL
The Mayflower Minins: company of
sail Lake with offices at Plfl Keurn
toiiidlng filed articles ot incorporation
nrlth the county clerk yesterday. The
new concern if capitalized at 11.000.000
with a like number of shares at $1 'a.-h
Thi officers of the company tre as fol
lows: Moras 8 Duffield, president; Wil
liam m Bradley, vies president; Lewis
A. .leTi's. secretary and treasurer; (":. P.
Crawford C. B, Jack, W. W Johnson
and "William Plschel, additional direc
tors. This corporation was origina.ly known
ns the t'rswford i-cnstng company, which
had interest1 in the National mining
camp t National N'c . The Crawford
concern sold out its stock to the May
flower people, who have aOQUlred addi
tional groundH near National.
REGISTRATION DATES
ARE ANNOUNCED
Pates of registration for the coming
lection are Announced as follows; Mon
day. Auguet U; Tuesday. August JO: Sat
urdnv, August SI; Tuesday, October 1;
.Wednesday, October fl: Tuesday, r-0.
ber IS; Tuesday. October CP, Wednesday,
October 30. Mra Laura B. povis ha"
been appointed registrar In district So.
7 ami Mrs, Howard . King lu dlatrlcl
pio, 2 The registrars for districts Noa
.iF und j liiivc not ytt liccn selected.
$ if j l iff n f j if j ejJj n K
I JusT Like" a Ckistaas I
f Crwdl f Shoppers! f I
f 11 f I
f It seemed as though everybody in Salt Lake I
and vicinity was at Keith-O'Brien's Thurs- I
day. And best of all, everybody was satisfied T I
T FRIDAY, THE SECOND DAY, 'PROMISES I
J ALSO TO "BE an OVERIVHELMIhi G SUCCESS W I
Shoppers delighted with their purchases-- W I
1) laying in heavy supplies for future need. f I
a4?fe Every one delighted with the savings on purchases. Although some
Vr idea of the sweep of genuine reductions was gleaned from our adver- "r
tisements, the shoppers hardly expected such manifold bargains. I
? fl They were happy. Y
1 Friends, meeting friends in the store, exchanged hearty congratula- Rhp
tions and pointed with pride to their own splendid purchases--each a
Vr saving greater than was really expected.
mte The Removal Sale is proving one thing: that a sale conducted along Wife
3F legitimate lines---no false promises---no false values---everything open
wra and above board---can be made a success. jnm
It shows what Keith-O'Brien can do through right methods.
5 It shows appreciation of good merchandise. Vs
It shows confidence in the store that never deceived a customer. M$
ih The whole is a tribute to character---character of store, character of jj,
v merchandise, character of service. P
And this high standard of business---of doing what we say we will jf
a do---is winning the encomiums of thousands of old and new friends!
W I GOODS WERE NEVER SOLD IN SALT LAKE AS LOW IN
PRICE AS ARE BEING SOLD AT KEITH-O'BRIEN'S DURING wfih
OUR BIG REMOVAL SALE BECAUSE WE 'DO NOT JVJNT W
rib TO MOVE PRESENT STOCKS TO THE NEW BUILDING. jfj
Y 3THE SALE WILL MAKE HISTORY! T
RHP J The prices will be spoken of long after the goods purchased have served their purpose. nUp
IJ Goods will wear out in time but the values will be remembered. zL
Only by coming to the store can one form an idea of the scope of the actual benefits
i in price.
Every department is teeming with good things every article at a decided saving. JHjfi
if S i ii i k k k k f f )i $ ii
llfnlflln)nflfnK
L
m Store Opeim 9:30
This Morning If
AS BUSINESS WAS LARGER THAN WE EX- Wffi
T PECTED FRIDAY, IT IS NECESSARY TO T
fm STRAIGHTEN STOCKS. THIS WAS IMPOS- W6
I )T SIBLE LAST EVENING OWING TO THE 9-
HOUR LAW, WHICH WE ALWAYS OBSERVE
R!B nj!B Ifl) i KOE R1B Kj)B Kp $ $ $ (OB f
A HUNDRED H
TO ONE
That is the smallfst. ratio
thnt thf irife you would
pay for :i safe could pohsihly
bear to the price we charge
for a box in our Safe De
posit Vault.
Even at a hundred times
(he price, you could scarcely
buy a hundredth part of the
security we offer. If you
doubt it, come and see.
The opportunity to secure
perfect protection for $1.30
per year cannot be passed
by with any justice to your
self. NATIONAL
COPPER BANK

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