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.3. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1913.
I WILL BIG BODY WE FOB BURIAL Members of Peery Family in Ogden Know Little Con cerning Suicide. Special to Tlie Tribune. OGDEN", Oct. 3. Other than a tele gram from Burt Cole, a close friend of the family, to Louis Peery, confirming the press dispatches received last night, no further Information was leceivcd in Ogden today concerning the tragic death of Horace 12. Peery nt his home In Por lorville. Cnl.. yesterday afternoon. Ac cording to Mr. Cole's message, the suicide of Mr. Peerv was the result of a nervous breakdown following several weeks' Ill ness. Immediately following the tragedy last evening, friends of the family Induced Mrs. Teerv to take the children and go to Oakland, Cnl., In which city she is at the home of a friend. Mrs. R. J. Tay lor, mother of Mrs. Peery. together with Harold J. and Harmon Peery, brothers of Horace, depnrted this morning for Oak land to receive the body. Accompanied by the widow and chil dren, they will arrive back in Ogden with the body on Sunday. Until their arrival the arrangements for the funeral will not be made. I DIES ALONE IN ROOM. Body of Mrs. Sarah E. Syphers is Found In Home by Daughter-ln-Law. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN. Oct. 3. Mrs. Sarah E. Sy phers. widow of Albion Jj. Syphers. and a resident of Ogden for the past twenty three years, was found dead at her home, 2S2 Twenty-second street by her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Grant Syphers, at 0 o'clock tills morning. From the position of the body on the bedroom floor and . the fact that a lamp was still burning in I the room, it is supposed that death re sulted last evening. According- to a physician who was summoned, Mrs. Syphers was a victim of apoplexy, from which she had suffered for the past sev eral years. Born In Helton, Me.. Mrs. Syphers had attained the age of 63 years. The hus bHtid, who was a veteran of the civil war. died In this city In 1891. She is sur vived by four sons, Grant. Orlo and Bert Syphers of Opden and Albion Syphers of New Castle, Ind. Grant and Orlo Sy phers, who were at work on a contract in St. Anthony. Ida., have been notified of their mother's death. It Is probable that the G. A. H. and "Ladies of the G. A. R. will have cliarge of the funeral, arrangements for which have not been announced. I Restricts Clioir Membership. Special to The Tribune. 'OGDEN. Oct. a. Because of the pro posed visit to the Panama-Pacific Inter national exposition, Prof. Joseph Ballan tyne, director of the tabernacle choir, has decided that no new member will bo taken Into the organization who cannot remain with the choir continu ously throughout the next two seasons. This is in line with his policy to perfect a complete organization and give special training to the choir In preparation for the notable engagement. The first rehearsal of the choir for the season of 1013-101-1 was held last night, with approximately 200 members In at tendance. The choruses taken up In the Initial rehearsal were of the lighter order, the heavier selections to be taken up at the next meeting. Until the season for regular meetings in the tabernacle Is opened, there will be two rehearsals each week, Thursday evening and Sunday afternoon. IFarr School Wins Prize. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN", Oct 3. The students of the Lorin Farr school have been awarded the first prize for the best showing of prod ucts produced in the school gardens dur ing the summer. Tho committee In charge of the competition awarded the second prize to the Five Points school and the third to Mound Fort. In addition to engraved silver cups for the school awards, there will be a number of Indi vidual prizes. The date for the distribu tion of the awards has not yet been announced. I Utah Leads in Pruit. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN, Oct. That Utah outclasses very part of the United States and Can ada In the matter of fruit production Is the opinion of Magnus Sinclair of To ronto, Canada, one of the delegates to the recent street car employees' conven tion, who accepted the hospitality of J. S. Carver during the visit of the dele gates to this city. The. Toronto man was one of several hundred visitors for whom Mr. Carver opened many crates of luscious Utah peaches. I Checks State's Accounts. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN. Oct. 3. Arriving in the city lodav, Deputy State Auditor W. J. See ley is engaged In checking up tho books of the various county officers regarding the tines and forfeitures, the Inheritance taxes collected by the courts and the collections made by the county clerk. He will also check up the salaries of the county assessor and treasurer and their deputies, as the state Is required to ,pav a portion of that expense because of the assessing and collecting of the state taxes. I Will Use Asphalt. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN, Oct. 3. After considering as a committee of the whole the petitions of the Osden Jlnpid Transit company, the properly owneiH of Jefferson avenue, the city commissioners todav reached a de cision to the effect that the traction company must pave Its track between 1 wenty-fifth and Twenty-seventh streets witn asphalt Instead of concrete as requested. I Can: Is for Progress, Spoi lul to Tlie Tribune OGDEN. Oct. !'.. A progressive busi ness administration for a citv with met ropolitan aira and tho abandonment of the dilatory methods of handling city af fairs In the past are the principal planks of tho platform on which Thomas TI. Carr, who has Just announced his can didacy, will make the race for the "office of four-year commissioner. I Harris Again on Bench. OGDEN, Oct. 3. For the first time in more than six weeks and Eincc his re turn from California early this morn ing. Judge Nathan J. Harris held a brief session in his division of the Second dis trict court this afternoon. The Judge is greatly Improved in health as a result of hi8 trip. I Presbytery Meets Tuesday. OGDEN, Oct. 3. With Moderator W. II. Crothera in charge, the Ogden Pres bytery will convene at tho First Presby terian church in this city at 11 o'clock next Tuesday morning. 'Delegates from all towns In the northern section of the state will be present. Tuesday will be devoted to business and inspirational sessions. H Doctors Endorse If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds, vre vwmld not oner It to you. Sold foe 70 years. 1 Ask Yow Doctor. V HORACE E. PEERY, who committed suicide in Porter villc, Cal., Thursday in period of delirium. ONLY THREE CHANCES First Opportunity Is on Tues day, Oct. 7, Next Oct. 14, Last Oct. 28. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN", Oct. 3. Preparations for the municipal election In this city early in November will develop into something more substantial than the announcement of prospective candidates when the of ficial registration opens next Tuesday, October 7. This is the first registration day for the primary election on October 21. There will be but one other day for registering before the primary and that is on Tuesday, October 14. Those who failed to register prior to the primary will have still another chance to get their names on the poll books for the final election by register ing on October 28. The revised list of registry agents for the seventeen districts of the city, together with the places of registering, follows: First May L. Shlpp, 364 Thlry-thlrd street. Second Alice Collins, 2975 PIngrec. Third Maryette Griffin, 330 Twenty eighth street Fourth Addle A. Fellows, 12G Poplar avenue. Fifth Margaret A. Moyes, 2129 Grant avenue. Sixth Lllla Kennedy, 2246 Grant ave nue. Seventh L.ella Watson, 2339 Lincoln avenue. Eighth Anna Power, 537 Canyon road. Ninth Nettle Drumlller, 559 Washing ton avenue. Tenth Christina Harrop, 283 Harris villo road. ' Eleventh Elizabeth Fife. 2122 Adams avenue. Twelfth Callie E. Cave, 2202 Adams avenue. Thirteenth Adeline Greenwell, 2422 Monroe avenue. Fourteenth Luna Bowman, 950 Twenty-fourth street. Fifteenth Mattie Salter, 2746 Adams avenue. Sixteenth Mary Farley, 2740 Williams avenue. Seventeenth Anna C. Miller, 3531 Og den avenue. Planning Convention, Special to The Tribune. OGDEN, Oct. 3. Superintendent John M. Mills of the Ogden city schools and Superintendent W, N. Petterson of the Weber county schools will go to Salt Lake tomorrow for the purpose of se lecting a date and arranging a pro gramme for the district educational con vention to be held In this city. The northern district comprises Davis, Box Elder, Weber, Summit and Morgan coun ties. It Is planned to secure one speaker of nation-wide prominence to address the educational conventions In all districts of the state. IVOTIiUG BY MAIL 13 PLM PROPOSED 4 (Continued from Pago Ono.) receiving ballots mailed by the absent voters. Tho voter must mark his ballot, relnclose and seal It In the envelope with his identification stub pasted on the outside, and then in close the envelope In a mailing en velope and mall It to the county clerk of his home county, to reach him prior to the date of the election. The identification stub on the Inclosed en velope gives the number of the voter's home voting district and the countv dork on the morning of election must turn the envelopes from the absent voters over to the Judges of the vari ous voting districts. One Judge, In the presence of the others, must open tho envelopes and deposit the ballots without unfolding them In the ballot box. Mr, Meyer Is the head of a committee of tho Associated Traveling Salesmen of New York (inc.) that called on President Wilson, Speaker Clark and other promi nent statesmen to present tho claims of the traveling men and others who are disfranchised under the present system of voting. Relative to his plan, Mr. Meyer said last night: Aside from the fact that every man should have the right to vote, Irre spective of the nature of his busi ness,, the question of traveling men voting by mall Is Important political ly. In New York state alone there are 172,000 traveling men. Of these i 140,000 were unable to vote at the election of 1912 because of their ab sence from their voting districts. It Is easy to see that In an election rea sonably close this vote would decide the Issue. In the United States there are 800, 000 traveling men. This proposed law would apply not only to them, but to the men In the army and navy, to students at college, to railway men, the railroad mail clerks, and to gov ernment employees at Washington. Speaker Clark and Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy, arc Intensely , Interested In our plan and have pledged us their support. We have also heen assured of th- support of ! the-rvarlous women's suffrage organizations. ' THE WESTERN OUTFIT CO. The Store Ahecd I!sMM s enviable figure on the street. Her dress her suit her coat her millinery- pjr claim the fact that the Western Outfit Co. is in the vanguard of style producers in I' "These clothes were made for me" is a frequent remark 1 li I ill lm jiri JlirA heard from our customers. The lines in our coats, suits llPlHr ' if! IIIImII Twi!m an resses gve individual a distinction, a class that flK Jf ! lif s so en lacking in ready to wear. Our ladies' wear- .- ,Mfflp III 1 1 1 iffl ables are as carefully tailored as if you went to your 1 iife'PlS iilll Pll I Mlr ressma"cer an ac ncividiial measurements. t BS) yIm ill " v'V n ac we welcome your opening an account here, to WSj p HfP50 demonstrate that your purchase here "on credit" is just ) IkIIm aS attractve as elsewnere "for cash" we invite you to fl W p w ' mae a are persona comParson' . - m 'rS I jjU ' -: You'll Want to Trade Here I Ifr 1 Credit Costs You NothingIt's Simply a Courtesy. I BEAR FASTS B CLEANER H HOTTER 1 LASTS LONGER 1 BEAR COAL pjffl At Your Dealers or 3H Call Was. 6451. Vm AMERICAN FUEL CO. OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 16, 1913. Depart. Dally. Arrive. rr.1 c a TJT Ogden (Preston and Logan going), rr.ee A HT I .10 A. J.VL. Denver. Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago. I .00 J, JLVl. (San Francisco also arriving). 7:15 A. M. Ogden, Logan, Preston, Chicago. 6:50 P. M. 8.1A A TW Ogden, Malad,. Poealello, Boise, Ashtcn. 1 fl 'ftA D HT .UU IS- intermediate (Montpelier also going). J-V.VU ST. Ifl. 91 A TUT Overland Limited Ogden, Reno. Sacra- fi.in "P TVT .10 J. ML. mento. San Francisco. u.iu JT. 1V. 10:20 A. M. Ogden and Intermediate points. 6:50 P. M. 12:01 P. M. Pac,fic L1,nic2sdcn' 0maha 8:15 A. M. 1:45 P. M. Ogden, Boise, Portland. Butte. 4 .'35 P. M. 2:35 P. M.Los Ansc,cDonve?lts1Lonuisla' Chlcag' 4:45 P. M. 3:50 P. M.verland feUSl'S FllSSS" Ch,caso' 11:35 A. M. j if -r -bit Ogden. Brigham, ' Cache Valley, Malad-- . 4:15 P. JYL. id intermediate. San Francisco also 11:35 A. M going. 5lP T WT Ogden and Intermediate polnt3 (San Q.llt A HT w r. JLVX. Francisco also arriving). ?.JLc SSL. Ogden, Denver, Omaha, Chicago (Park 6:45 P. M. c,tt1en Rlver and wcst only rc" 12:50 P. M. n'AK "D TUT Ogden, Boise. Portland, Butte (San i a.qc a "nr :$0 Jr. M. Francisco and west California mail. W.OD A. M. going only). 11:45 P. M.paclflc SlZXSl:' San Fran" 2:10 P." M. City Ticket Office, Hotel Utah Telephone Exchange 15. The Tribune Gives Your Wants the Largest Circulation j RESUfflPTIOK OF OUR GREAT KMUCK SALE l M, J, B, COFFEE BUTTER B 5s $1.58 I 2s 84c Open every day chFd 1 2s 69c u go1" Nugget Mmjldfc I Sale" to' continue' from'SaUu itl the yeOT from Meadow View ( B I clay to Friday. py i i . L IbBUB.Bi I , TTT1nTnTT wrm mA 7a.m.tO 1 1 p.m. Today only. V V CALIFORNIA SWEET POTA- r j toes, 9 lbs. for 24c LIBBY CANNED SOUPS, Only Saturday. any assortment, 3 cans for 24c j We also have a complete delicatessen: selling the finest of 1 cooked delicacies and pastries. Also our meat market which is conceded by all who have tried it to be the finest in the city. MATINEE TODAY AT 2:15. TONIGHT LAST TIME. A THOUSAND LAUGH ROLLED INTO ONE. Matinee, 25c to $1.00, Night, 50c to $1.50. See the Star Ball Player Next Week. fey ALL THIS WEEK. j RAMESES. Edw. Blondell and Company. Walter S. "Rube" Dickinson. Williams, Thompson and Copoland. Alma Youlln. Lea Yost. The Feis. Trio. Evening prices, 10c, 25c, G0c.. 75c Box seats, ?1. Matinees dally, 10c, 25c, 60c. Night performances, S:15 Matinee dally, 2:15. AT TIHE COLONIAIi I 1 pANTAGEC W& Unequaled Vaudeville Stffl NOW PLAYING, Kff SEPTEMBER MORN, g$S . LOTTIE MAYER, SkMi and the Diving Nymphs 5 of 'em. Rj Tojetl and Bennett. Qgfiffl Blmbory, Marlon and Day. Hi Jack Taylor. 6 aS Alfred Marshall & Co. ( gag Billy Mann. Pantaoencope. liS Throe shows dally, T.IIO and ' 91 5 n- m Seats reserved first j fA nisht show. Night prices, 10c. '20ci FOR TODAY ONLY, One of tho most sturtllng and absorb ing Bison dramas of the year. "THE MYSTERY OF THE YELLOW ASTER MINE." See also "BINKS AND THE BATHING GIRLS." "THE RANCH MAN'S DOUBLE." Entries for the baby contost will close very soon- Ts YOURS the most popular baby In Salt Lake? Briny In the picture and enter the contest. NOTICE. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. J. T. "Wll lchiB. (Signed) MR. J. T. WJL-KINS. Oot. K, 19115. g-'"S Week Commencing Sunday, Stf bl "SCANDAL ALLEY." j Tah A four-act comedy-drama of m fc social conditions, by WILLAP a,:.i MACK. -J? Produced for the first t!m ' Next: A sensational jilay fufiet OF STEAL." J Hit, Prices 75c, 50c, 25c. Mat Thursday and Saturday. 50c 25c iv;. Special Matinee Sunday. Octoj Home of S. &. C. Superior ""j 3 SULLIVAN-CONSlDINE-j! JN. ; Greater Advanced Vaudevllli i "LA SOMNAMBULI . TODAY W,th Mons' Q' ; 0.n Bowser &. Co.; Berns n, rw ii 5:22 Scarth; Luciano Lucca; ,l5 1 Palmore: Henry Frey?. u' '1 9!1 mont Pictorial Revlewj h I " press Orchestra. J J. J i jj Regular 30c Matinee Dally j Empress 20c 500 3 Prices 10c Parquet Seats - - Iffoia ' ; UC Mehesy Thea; Edison Drama, i 'Js "THE RED MAN'S BURD Stronc dramatic story by Ban " Morwln. j , Lubln Drama, jf 'J "ON THE THRESHOLDS Hj A social butterfly reform Sella Comedy, . "THEY WERE ON THElf J HONEYMOON." j ' Kvoryhndv knew It. j Added Attraction Two-part fj "THE TRUST." J JTj THE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Of the Utah State NationaK;8 0 Bank attests Its security an,-jfwn makes. this conservative ' c; banking Institution a wj,1 choice as a depositary STOt' funds. Accounts subject toW I check (large or small) arJJ'fnrt J Invited. In sockins full measure of re tion omployoes in many linos jfor j The Tribune Wanta to point mf$i 0 to opportunity. .M5