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Tsinir EVENING NEWS MONDAY APRIL 2 DOB
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NATIONAL ft A1
ELECTSBOARD1
6 Fifteen Directors for Big Mexican
Line Ch scn hy Stock I
ik holders Today
q I
MEETING HELD IN SALT LAKE
Onlre IIr LCRII HrparliiKiil of llio
Harrlinan Mno Hern lie Sec in
or rrnnsacllon
Tho nnritml mretlng of thlf stnckhold
fixof the National llallroad company
of Slexlco wan held In the legal depart
ment olllcen if the Oregon Short 1 I lit
Dtforct News annex this inornlng
Mhttn a Ixianl of IS dlnetorx wan elect
ed and action taken oi amending the
bylaws of tlH company In relation to
llio date of annual meeting and other
minornifltter
J II nil 401532 shwres of stock were sIt
oil by l N Kri An presidentof the
ci itt pa fly ut Mtxtio Ilty K K Husli
tonI tttltntit urnclary of Now Vork
nnd the llnrrlmnn Interests
Tjha how board consists of the follow
Ing K N Irowl Oulllennoac do Lan
t
dlo y Kseamlon JOKH M do Landeio
IJubli > 11redC ijuntlngo Mendex Hob
s ert Nunfcz SI SI Iteynolds und Kmlllo
VtdrtKeo all of MixKo City Jon P
Contun Jr I Cleveland I Dodgo Ad
rian Jselln Jr L F I oreijCnyeluno
t H Ttomoro hnrlOH II Tweed und I N
Wallace of New Vprk
Tho natlonul lUillnvnl compiny of
Mexico II a part ofMftxlcn if greatest
railroad Bystoinwhlih emhracfcs ad
dltlon to thu National the Mexican
Jntprimllonnl Hnllrosd coniitmy llio
Tntornecanlc railway ot Stflxlco and the
xnflMoxlnin mum UH main < line
extends from Laredo Tex to the City
of Mdxlco 1 distance o K02 mile nnd
In addition operate eight tranches
Avlth a total nilleiigi of 000 miles
President K N Brown Minted this
iiornlmr that HIM National wan enjoy
13 Jnp history nt this lime the bent business In
ORANGE TRAINS GALORE
nlllrll Iliclllc UIIN UK Ill 1 Full
Witlrrntt H t1iriltiI
1 I
Srncn iht > teup on the Mttll Lake
outc horn IIUH been deep aid > abldlng
I srlef In the vimrntlni department of
the Southern 1itclllQ Incident to the
incrfascd tonnfigo to 16 hfindlfd Yes
terday a new Adicdulq went Into effert
for all IJlnlf trains hetwen Hpnrk
inul Ogilen Tho runnliiflr tlmulH re
duced from 40 hOIIItl 31 whll 01 Ilp
Siicramonto dlvfHloti the timu Is cut
Inq hours In order to make this time
I I hati heconio nec Hary to reduce the
tonnage haulrtd by cnch engine here
lofore trahiH averaged 1610 tons hut
they Imvo now bsen cut down to SOO
tnntdln order to make the time This
nienns tho omployment of twice tho
nmount of motive power and twice the
nUinbnr of Irnln crews On BnturJay
thero were 1 trains on the road nt one
time between Ogden and Carlln alone
I dlslnucn of 2M miles which Is nomo
t what of n record for a BliiRlc track
j iytent
Just hOW tIe new order will effect
1 things remain to ho neon Ilcfore It
f went Into effect there were Indira
tlons that the Konthern Pjiclll was de
oldrdly pressed for motive power How
ever until llio Halt Lnko Houto li
ihrown open some big engines can bft
borrowed from the Clnrk toad
PIKE CENTENNIAL
r Colorado Spring II he Srrim of Huge
i Carnival on Occasion
In fi letter received this morning by
Oenerat Agent Hnnton of th4 Denver A
nin fJrande passonKcr dopnrtmont from
Ocnerul PaHsengcr Agent 8 IC Hooper
1m stiitoit that Colorado Sprlngx Colo
is making elnborato plans to celebrate
the one hundredth anniversary of the
j discovery of Pikes Penk the chief
tcenlr attraction of the state The
Kovcrnment will wend 10000 regular
troolil to tnkii part hi Ihl program In
nddlttnn to representatives of the vari
ous tillxH of Indians with which Pike
lOmb Into contact on his toilsome
march of discovery Congren1 will au
thorize the IKSUO or 100000 souvenir
ilirdalllnrit In commemoration of the
historical Importance of the event
Theso will bo made at the United
Hlntfs mints
The program will lat one week he
glnnlmf Sept H IflOfl Tho ceTebrntlon
vlll ho military nnd nlvle In chnrao
ter to Include a Him in hattln foul man
euvers by the troops Hiid the unvellltiK
I of 1 huge Krnnltn monument to Pike
Besides the troops tho Indians the
I national Rimrdi the cadets the voter
l nns cowboys pioneers patriotic no
I cletles fraternal 11 C 1f job heat Inttut I
l Inslltiitlons historical aoclrtles school
children and cltlxenn gunenilly will
tako purt rh1 r t will bo parudes
tournaments of polo nod golf mom
bile cndiirAuco runs drilf war dAnrtg
by Indians cowboy sports nnd oxer
taev of l kinds typical of the wild
wott4 1f wili
No celebration of similar magnitude
linn ever been attempted In thin tnl p
It will mark the rmitrnnlnl ntmlversii
ry of the ndvent of the llriit reprefenta
tWo Amerloan oltlien In the Pikes
Teak rcfflonslmf It hmnme
lk rrllOIIslnl1 hnmr famous for
lt tur c n ry Bold fsltlp and ngrleul
SPIKE AND RAIL
N S Hallontlne western repreemti
4 tire of the Denver nnd Tnloii Stock
yurcU la In the city today
f > XI J Blonger tlflket seller nt the
Y union depot 8t Iiuls i In Salt Lnk
today with Slr Xtengor II
Traveimc 1relglit Agent Kdgorton of I
the Chlfiigo worthwcsterri hll re
C turned from n a long trlft through Idaho
I F Curry aecond vice pre ldent
of the Atnerlwin Cat nnd Foundry
company at Chlr co II hero todny with
1 party of frifliidi
TVi Hio Orand tnnounre som mon 1
shfurln d tei comtnennlni April U At
MnntHlWO nheeii vJI 10 clpr t with I
300UO st VAIl nnd 11000 nt Ulenwood
Knglnter Hrown of thin maintenance
fAd way depart mnl of the Knit Lskp
Houi SLE In iowi for ft few IIOIIIH
yratorday from II nr of the > fnih
out trouble
Hon Blniim Iiiimbwrgwr hoc teturn
od to fall IAkf tiflrtPtukliiR t trip IOlt
the route of lhi > Halt Lake A Ogden
with A T AVrlght nr Ugdeii and Un
printer Vail
H L A Cuhner well known Ulark
llHk Bv Mootillntit I4 iiltrBolliiu l
ridi > r t > lc rtluinnnh on the txrl of rrit
Irg of wittrr i olor jfketvhe who hnp
om lien In the tnrt Xakv Uoutr ticket
VIce IrMldent and Uenenil Mtuiusgr
HelKho or tll IMn nmd hait gone
enel In ut I1Mcr to n urgent efihl 11
the mfifiiitlmo a mrtv n 1ft surveyors
under C W Luck has loft Council to
work on a myiiterious survey
The Portneuf river at Pocntello Is
running hall full Other HtrenmH In
Tdnho mo greatly mvollmi owing to thil
PrevalllnK thaw Track men along the
I
dIIk ii
Hhort Lino are watch log dovelopments
und overy prepirnion has been made
to copp with the high wntcrc
Krank SleCdrron who holds Inter
nrbiii frnnoliMen between Hull Ijike
11t Oiden IIM well as northward In
I hp direction ti f Logan ID here with
A O Novvmnn nnd R I Street nut
UI rujiltiillsts with the objwt In view
of bulldliiR the road If pOllhlt
The ln Angflo TlmeH hUl Just turn
lid tj the possibilities of thc Pnllna
tutoff end In a column story In the Is
Nut o March 24 pays thin Is the llrtt
pin hh Icti I loft of any kind touching upon
this proposed route Hvery nossliile
pluitv of the cutoff a been handled
tlmu nnd thne agnln by the Hal Lake
IIIOSM for the paM live yearn
Circular were received here today
until ICII the appointment of J D
taker as division pamnger agent of
III UurlliiKtmi with heiidiiuurtcri nt
HI Joseph Sin vleo II I Croxler re
signed Mr Makers place IH I ravel I ii g
papsfiiger ngeut In chaig of 1011111
Indiana nnd Ohio territory has been
given to J J Teeter
SPOKE TO THE BOYS
Intercllnir Talks YrMrnluj1 bj 1111
Saliiniiin anil Ally llroilcn
Attorney Oeneivil Hrcedn nnd Judge
Salomon of the Swedish government
wpoke In the hoys yesterday afternoon
nt tie Y SI < A Judge Ureeden told
the boys thut rnurngi1 U 1 harlc virtue
a willingness to do the right thing
flub not be nshmned of it He told them
about tl Civic lengue nivl hol It was
proposing to took the town cleaner
antI better In every vny and would
I lie boys hflp 1 very hand went Into
tho nil stnilKhtway Chi Judge rnllid
attention to Ihl fart thtt they Al had
homes and they rould help the league
by Inlng stat they could to keep the
surrmmdlngft 1111 and neat that they
lou Iti help their mothers II thought
the prettiest hands there wen on earth
were the viillmisfvl nnd misshapen onll
of n devoted mother who had iiMd them
without grudge or stlnr for the bcnMlt
of her children and he thought that
any boy with courage would dl nil In
his power In help his motlur
The Swedish nfllolal old the boys how
he wns UPMI to this country by his king
to study hfv American boys were tak
en care of The Swedish sohooN rind
the American are claimed to bo the best
In the world lie was much Interested
In America specially II meeting the
president nt Washington nnd judge
Llndsey In Denver In America he paid
boys nrc better Ink 1 cure of by the
government than they were In Sweden
and t they In gratitude ought to do
their best to become upright citizens
honor and love heIr country and defend Its
CHARITY WAS KIND
Sent Iii in ers nnd Sliowrinl Sympathy
t0ii Young ilrl Suicide
That n touch or sympathy does In
deed Ilk turn II nil women kin It re
spective or ret a t hll IH Jho1 II the
generous und kindly manner II whlih
responses ror aid wire iniidn to the
thoughtful call of Mrs Louise Poulson
In the CuSP of Sllsa Itke the young
girl BtenoKfnpher who committed Mil
tIde a few nays ago Her funeral wni
hell yesterday at the Mall undertaking
parlors nnd the Ilev Dr Hrown of
tIme UiMitlst church ronduutcd thn ser
vices which were deeply ImpreMlve
Ill largely attended Kornl emblems
covered the eiisktt nnd tears ilrwed
from the eyes of those present When
the service was over the fragile md
wasted body was forwards to A sister
near Philadelphia And thus In Iluh
nt least oloseil al fnlliirly nd chipter
of a yiuing womans history Mrs out
ion snys that all the money that was
necessary to rare foi tlm girl In every
vay was cheerfully subscribed nnd
even now the generous and symiiathftl
riilly Inclined nre nuking If they cin
lot yti contribute To these nnd to
nil other who Interested th nwlvrs In
the case Sirs Coulson is very grateful
p
COL GEOGHEGAN HOME
Sny1 Thai Srnool Case I < Least Intrr
cllnp Tliliij In Ualilngton
The Kmoot CUt Is nbout the least
InttTettlng thing In Washington de
clnred Col Joneph Geoghegnn who
returned late last night from the capi
tal Kvon ninotiR tho prottwtnnts
hI says them has bell n general
failure of Interest or concern rho
ptopjo aro tired of It and that feeling
has permeated everybody connected
with H except perlmpn Henntor Dilbol
Ho ann Senator Hurrows wero tho only
senators present nt the concluding ecu
shouts Another senator mine In ont
morning arid after listening to a ff >
tli of thin testimony went awn nnd
failed to show up again A few Utah
people compod thu audience The
cast of the Protestants anems to have
but little Ufa now even within their
c wn ranks
Col Ueogliegan nrrlved In Halt Iwike
on the night train He vns called to
testify on the relationship of thl
Church to conmixrclnl life In Utah
COLEMAN ARRAIGNED
Colored Mnn Who Klllcil Larson Sil
iirilay Night In Court
loll1I the colored man who shot
und killed John I Larson late Satur I
day night In Ills city and county build i
Ing grounds will hnvo lo answer tl a
criminal charge that u voluntary
IIUslaJhttr
A complaint sworn to by Detective
Chase caa Issued liy Assistant County
Atty Hanson this morning This
afternoon Culcman was taken before
Justice Dxnn T Hmlth with whom the
complaint wns tiled and arraigned lt
entered n plea or not guilty Tho caso
was not set for preliminary hearing
The defendant was represented by
Atty Sam King He was hld In 11000
ball which was furnlnhed nnd tho
prisoner liberated
WIIKHK IS MISSING MAN
The noting coroner ilwlren thut thp
tall gentleman who claims that hi
heard the report of IL pistol shot about
the time tho shooting occurred should
report to tho coroner In person or rend
In his name and nddress In the hurry
aunt excitement nt the time of the re
moval of the body from where I fell
The name > f thr person who proffered
the above Informntlon wag forgotten
FUNERAL NOTICE
The funaral ervliea 0 Martha Dahl
berg will I > H huld In the Handy ward
meetinghouse on Wednesday nt 2 1 rn
The remain om l o viewed at the rest
tnct betwen U rind 180 p in
Spring Medicine
In thousands and thousands of
liomea lliio iloics u tiny of Hoods
Sartaparitln aw now being tnken by
err member of tho family
Hecaufc hoods aparilb has
proved Itself the Heft Spring Medicine
by Its wonderful effects in cleansing the
system overcoming that tired feeling
creating appetite giving strength Tako
Hoods Sarsaparilla
In liquid or tabUt form 10 DOJCS 1
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ARBORDAY SLOGAN
I PLANT TREES
Governor Issues Proclamation
Calling for Observance
Of Custom
MONDAY APRIL 16 THE DATE
Niuu Spirit < if Cllo ImproM nielli ANII1
HcMilt In Pliinllni of Many
Tree
Itnh Is to celebrate Arbor day this
year on Monday April 16 Instead of
on Similcy April 16 when the day
IIIllC according to the stnlutes of
the stab
Oov Cutlttr todny Issued the procla
mation making Ihl day 1 legal holldny
ami 11111 al good citizens to nee to
It that they plant trees Iii < t your
here was hit I I t tie done on arbor duty
The tall nlllclalii showed slight In
terest In tho Capitol ground planting
but outside of that noticeable celebra
tions were rare
Thlx year however the increasing
Intermit In f beautiful Suit Uikfl and
tho requests of the Civic league trial
lre M bo planted wherever the lines
along the streets are broken with tho
general movement tur more beautiful
homes will tend to make fol n moru
generous observance of the day Thc
largest number of Ire s on record will
juolmbly ht planted If winter backs
up and off the stage before tho dito
set The prdcluniutlon ot the governor I
follows
I
THK PHOCLASIAT10N
Whereas the J5lh day of April Is
dPKlgnnteu by statute ns Arbor day In
the State u Ltnh nun us the 15th thIs
year falls on Munday
Therefore In conformity with law
nnd hi acrordance with custom I John
C Cutler governor of the State of
Iluh do deftlgnnto and proclaim
MONDAV APUIL DAV Ir H non
I reconmipnd that this diY he observ
ed I I public holIday nlr that nil Ut
rens both in n private capacity rind fis
trustee of public Institutions school
tuperliitfTidents prlnclpals touchers
nut students and olllrers nnd faculties
of higher Institution of learning de
v Itl the dny to tho phinllngof trees
tlowern nnd shrubs and to the beauti
fying of public grounds and private
I esldeuurri
A PlHLIC HKNBFACTOIl
He who plants a tree Is n public lien
eta 11 I The enriching and beautifying
of highway private grounds and public
lic places results from the general ob
servance of ills evcpllent ustoni pre
vulllng mi Arbor day Not 11 the jo
I ii wil of trio forests and IJ enhance
ment of the value of property but tIm
Instilling In the mliuU of the young of
Ihn I I 11 Ill 1110 1111 salted 1155 of plant
llf are nciompllnhed by the nbverv
a I let of thlHjday wjth nppriiprlate exer
cises I thrrffnre earnestly request that
wlujrever practicable those connected
with xrhnols n tot public IlsIlUIOu
nbKvrvo the day In n manner as nttrnc
Ut and I itt riress Ie as possl lube to llio > a
under their charge
T also conimend the splendid work
tf the Clvlr Improvement league re
cently organlTid In Salt Lake City nnd
advise that the citizen throughout flit
entire stat Include In their work on
Arbor day the renovating of their prem
ises and the beautifying of their homes
In every practicable vay
In testimony whereof I have hereun
to set my hand nnd cruised the grout
seal of the Htnte of Utah to bo here
unto alllxcd
Done nt Halt Lake City this 2nd day
or April A D ll > nii
Seal JOHN C CCTLKIt
lly the Hovernor
C S T1NOKV SVcy of Htnl
lly IKOIKU H HQlIHKS
Deputy Secy of Httitc
SOCIAL AND
I PERSONAL
I
NOTICE I
All Items for HatunUy night Idlll
hull go must lx bc tttlvii In lint late than
S oclock un frlilav aftTiioon
Sir nnd Mrs Purge C Riser till
tub liIP the engagement of thilr daugh
ter Pearl to Hlalr Illehardiion the wed
liiK to talon pluce April 10
The Womans Republican rlub met nt
the home uf Sirs Stinih Powers 7S Wi > L
sired Piippertnn plnce this afternoon
Miss Slury Olive tirriy will gIve a
pupils pianoforte recital on Frldny ut
her studio ill south Slnln Street
0
Sire S K Olnwoodry entertnlned the
members of the Unties tending cluh
at luncheon on Wednesday A t the
regular rnrellnr of the club held the
name nfternoon Sirs J St Anderson
rend nn Interesting paper on The Sta
donna In Art
S C
On Thursday evening Mr and Sir
I < w Teniion prove n delightful chill
drens party In honor of the eleventh
JI ul c 01 their son Hardld tho fol
lowing little people participating
Amelia and Kthel Mnrgetts Iuclll
Snow Slarlhn Zenith and Kinlly
Smith KVA Thonms Margaret Kvans
Cladyi Slumlord Naoml Tlngey fen
eve Wnllnce Kdllh TmiU Veda Chris
tinmen Kdna Tlngcy lInn Wllrox
Jonkje Zyi > llng IlHyniond Wllrox Jesee
Smith Allan TlnKf Joseph Jtuolmen
Hurolil hurtles Stanley Tlncoy Kd >
wml Howling Hytze XyMlng and Ha
roM Jenxon Several ladles imflstfd
Sirs Jonhon III rntertfiltihiK nmonxst
Uiem SUM OlIvlK Dnht H niitdl singer
late of Chrlttlanla mid Paris and her
accompanist MIss Smith of South Da
kota
Th ilanit to he Klvon Friday vent
log April fi IMS by the intinbers of
the First Regimental bund N O I
promlw to bf > out of the largest nf
fairs of Its kind to lie given thIs sea
wnll Thn object uf the dance lu in
provide new uniform and equipment
for the members of tho baud and oIl
the different organIzatIons of the 11111 Ill
haw promised to nttcnd In uniform
The governor nnd bin staff have aluo
promised to attend and In addltlonth
employee of KelthOHrlens are goIng
In a body as the dunes Is to be given
In their honor One of the largest no
clrtl events of the season Is promised
Refreshments will be scmM
S
Sirs Henry Wagner announce time
Inll1lf ment of her daughter Ihrmn
rieneva Wagner to John H Milan Jr
the wedding to take jdaca In June
S S
Sir and Mrs James R lennlnsj
have gone to California
S S S
The marriage of Sirs Vivian Jones
i
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0
t h I 6 j JI
iIidil
and Captain Walter Klrton corres
pondent of the London flrBphle took
plocn Saturday morning and the newly
married pioplo left yvtterdny f < ir San
rranclscci whemn they will Kill for
China where the room KOOX In the
Interest of hip Journal Mrs Klrton
has been for dome time acting ns min
ager of the divMmahlmc departmriit
of the KfllthOJirlmi mmpany of thin
city it lid t optIc it Klrton IK on e nf tho
mont nofd of the jrnluil OrophlcB
correniiondcnt1
S S S
Dr Knthleun Anderson left yesterdaY
for Portland where she may deride to
remain
S I
Three dlKtlngulMied vlltor In thi
oIly cnjoyeil the hospitality of Mr and
Mrs I Uahl < iulit last night at an h
fiirmnl gathering held In their Imnor
Judgi Harold Koloinan who Is s < nf to
America by the Swedish government to
study tho juvenile rmirt sytri elm i of lh
nation and IIH OIlvu Oalil and 1h IllS
Olnn Smith who are making It concert
tour of the principal cities Itilgc Sol
iiinnn hat Interviewed Ileeldent Roost 1
veil and many other prominent men I
of the country nnd UI I night miide n I
short talk In whloh he staled Hint
I unit ghc ho had been thu KUent of many
iut and wilier public ententa lit mdli s
there Imd been nothliiK luring hU trav
rr like thlH hospItable gathering < If
home people and expressed his xlncen
appreciation and enjoyment A de
lightful musical program was given In
cluding vocal and I ti et rut uniuntul Helee
ttonK by hi guests of honor MIss Dahl
anti MIss Smith u vlulln solo by Master
Arthur Iederson u toniC by Miss ted
er on and a plrtno solo by Mlaa AgneH
Dihlmilst while Mr rederson delight I
ed his audience with one of his own
musical compoltlims Kefreslimentu
were served and the evening wnn a
most enjoyable one for all
S S
Tonight Miss BeatrIce Clurceentuan
Miss Marge Miller nnd Miss Oeitrudo
Ilansen give n dancIng party at the
Keycor home
S S S
At the meeting of the Reviewers
club today Mrs Clinton 11 Leigh read
fl paper on Andrea Del Sarto
S S
Two delightful affairs of the veek
were thoSe given by SIlsn Ella Cllbson
on last Thursday and Friday evening
when she entertained respectively the
senior and Junior claret of the Y L
SI I associations of the Twentysev
enth ward at her home Both even
ing were devoted to music mud other
social pastime and refreshments
nerved n most enjoyable time being
spent Those present on Thursday
night wercs Mrs lIce Thlrlot Mrs
Pleknell Mrs Pert Mrs Aveson Mrs
Mattlo Krwln Miss Millie Moss
Minx Alice Duncomb Miss Daisy Dun
rotnb Miss Louello Thlrlot Miss
Mario Jaer Miss Jennie Maxwell Miss
Adnllne Thlrlot Miss May Thlrlot
Miss riorence Aveson Miss Corley
Counibn Mint Carreit Coombs Ills
Millie tst Miss Kdim Larson Miss
Inn Hlckman Ming Laura Slucfur
I
lane The junior class entertained on 1
Friday comprised Mrs Louie Davis I
Mrs ricknell Mrs Alice Thlrlot Mr
nnd Sirs Huff ell Mr ernon Chap
mall Master Vernon Thlrlot Miss
Daisy Dimoomb Miss Kdna Duncomb
MIss lfireenn Duncomb Miss Sylvia
J Joombs Miss Hnttle Comb Miss
Nellie Allen MIss Margaret Allen
Miss Nettle loalen Miss Florence
Anekln Misw Carrie MelUtrnp MIss
Josephine Aveson MIss Myrtle Curren
Miss Viola Coaler little Miss Jan
ette CoiUer little Miss Ida Openshaw
Miss HoMla Pickering Miss Ileatrlco
Harker Miss Alice Vnstleton Mlsn
Kvelyn Hoot Miss Kthel Krskln Miss
Lillian nallv Miss Hattle Kiby Miss
Daisy Allen Mlrs Ruby Morley mtIs 1
Vina Howe Miss Flora Unndell
r AMUSEMENTS J
rllnllThp now thrill produce en
titled Fablo Romanl will be soon at
the Orand tonight
I
Orphcnm In tonights new hill for
this week the management of the Or
phenin promises one of the best present 1
ed nt the State Street home to date
It Is headed by Charles Sweet who hns
a monologue entitled The Burglar AH
soon ux the conference crowds com
mence to arrive dully matinees will bo
In order
lrkAnmiucg the lust half dozen
or fO companies which have appeared
it the lyrlc this season the Avenue
ChrIs company which opened for n
weeks engagement on Saturday titter
noon easily take front rank There Is
I Something doing nil the tlnm and
iiit for n moment Is the audience bored
When the 16 pretty chorus girls am
nut singIng to catchy music or going
tin nUfh well drilled marches fleorgc
P Murphy keeps the audience In a roar
of laughter II IH the lending come
dictum nnd tlnU Is saying considerable
One of his acts which bust be seen
to b appreciated In one of the most
laughable ever soen nt the little thea
mr 4sUtml bv several members of
the company he Ini H a sort of Johnnie
Smnkfr Kong and It Is decidedly clever I
anil nmuxlng
ChI company gives two sketches
Tlio Ilrst IH called A Trip to Bohemia I
In this Sluxwcll llcynoldn In Ihl role of
nn Irishman minI Olga Orloff us n I
Spanish beauty are the center of at
traction Sllsn Orloft has a good voice I
and know how to nan It to the best ad
vantage The second sketch The Ood
Ilt s of the Sloon Is full to overflow
ing of rollcklng fun The vaudeville
nllo ranks with the average Jules
Hennett In The Uogle Man was only
fair The three Clregor brothers did
join clover work In the art of hoop
manipulation The motion pictures
showing n thrlllnit act or series of nets
and the Kidnappers took well nllh
the nudlencif
RECORDS WANTED
from HIP Stakn Prcldpnts of tho Y II
M I A Without Dclnjr
The History of the t L M I A
which was begun five years ngo and
then set aside beentno of sickness has
been tnken up iRUn this winter nnd
Is now npprnnchtng completion All
stAke preildent ore requested to send
or bring to the April conference the
history of their stake not wards
where such matter has not already
been furnished That which was ent
live years ago should be brought Up to
date briefly A Picture of thw first
stakn prtcldent should be sent If not
already forward No varij histories
are desired ns this would make the
hook altogether too bulky and too ox
pensIve In sending halo any special
or original feature of work may be
mentioned
mentlolllldI II TINOKV President
I LOCALS 1
llnnk ClcarlnsK Today local hank
clearings amounted to I26 < 099QS an
against t73413IS02 for tho same day
last year
IndllMrlnl School Sllpt II II
Thomns of the State Industrial school
today reported to Oov Cutler that
there are now 103 child In tht In
stltutlon of which S6 arc boys and 17
are girls
A Permanent IcIClltlr Justice
SltCarty of the Supremo court iii
disposed of his Richfield residence
property for MOO to local parties
X < of
Oi1 J Lt lt
and In vivyiiermanenr vefidont of
Salt Lake
imiw II lnIlho mtllher1
of th Cambrian association of fault
lnkc City will mliMPL at No 2HI Ninth
Kiwt Hrect on Tuesday the 3rI Hint
I ut 11 oclock noon to atiiid the fun
cra of Pavld John
Holding Seiith 113lhl Malo
bciird of mfUlcMl uxtttmi lucia l ci holding
a session today fur thu elimination
of appllcantH for tertlllcates tu prac
Use ill cii tel no mill oh cstJt tics There ate
13 helm txnmliied In olwtclrles a nil
Pt ven In medicine nnd mrjery Uie
xamlnutlons will last for two days
New Hraliy liiMimiiy A copy lit
the artlfleH of Incorporation of I ho
United Htntesi L nrttut I I to cOt Healty com
I pany of lfnIlPlflolIlIIIIIII va IlleU
In iho jsecretary of stnten office today
rius cailtnl stoek of the company III
FftOt I divided Into si I arms of tile pur
value of Jin loath K II Kvunn III
proddent C W Hryin ld ficrettiry
A II lllrrill resident 1111111
A Chun of I hut I ellmo itachers1
HUSH lit phyMral education Inxtrucled
liy Sllfi Slartha Johnson supervisor
nr physical viluintlnn In the city
cchools will iueieui tee he held on eneh
Wednesday nfternoon In Ito bymwi
slum nt the University of Utah Heroi
tnforc time work of the class hUll been
conducted In the V SI 0 A gyrntna
Rlum The oliitn him 100 mtlIIhert
Hodv Vrrlvrs Tonlelil Tho remain
of Earl Vivian McCiinc who died In
New York a few days ago will nrrlve
on this evcnliiBn train nrcompinlcd
I hy Sir McCune wife of thw decciisiil
The funeral will take plnce tomorrow
afternoon nt 3 oclock from the fam
ily resilience corner of First and II
streets Friends ate Invited to at
tend
liiiljrn Snloinon hcitirta ii ted A
luncheon was tendered to Judge limit
old Salomon of Stockholm Sweden
today nt noon nt the Commercial club
by the board of dIrectors of tho Juven
ile Hctterment len uo or this city
JuduB Salomon will leave In the morn
ing for California whera he will In
spect the juvenile courts of that ttatc
alter which he will return east
Death of Mrs Phlpnen After nn
IHnem coverliu a period of 10 dayf
Mrs Mary Jane Phlppnn wife of Syl
vester Phlppcn died yesterday after
noon at the ago of Ii7 years at tho
family residence irD Eighth Kust
street Thti cauto of death was pneu
monia Tho funeral will take place
from tho Eleventh wnrd meetln hoiifO
011 Wednesday nt 3 oclock p m
PrnctkR Delink At the Y SI C A
auditorium tonight n practice debate
will he held between two University
trams one composed of men selected
to KO to Denver next week nnd tho
other composed of those who defeated
tho University of Colorado In thn Salt
Lake Thnater in February Tho ques
tion will be the old one of railroad
rates and on one side will bo Park
Hopkins and Alexander while oppos
ing them will be Ooddiird Alexander
and Jensen
Iii patirse flrlrhleo Japanese
mlnlnp experts are nt the Knnifcford
from Denver where thay were enter
mined by nov SfcDonnld The vlnltor
are Jlutaro Kojlnm SI OtagAwu and
T FuJIbnyshl of Toklo two of them
lulnj connected with the Ashlro cop
per mailmen nnd the other with tho nil
Furukftwn Sllnlns company They are
on a tout of Inspection In tho United
States and have Juft completed an ex
amination of tho more noted mining
properties In Colorado Including the
Cripple Creek country nnd arc now In
Utah on a similar errand
Allen tip l > loIIfhl United Slates
treasury department has notified the
Thomax O Allen Klcctrlc company of
this city that It Is tho successful bid
der for wlrlntr the new Federal build
Inif nt ORdeh Thn Salt Lake com
pany bid WAil > i145 and that thn
bidding was close U shown by tho
next highest hid that of the T K
Xcwberry company of St l iUls whose
figure was J2173 and the bid abovn
that was from William A Corrao Elec
trical Construction company for 2
50120 The highest bid wa ny thc
Salt take Electric Supply company
6700 There were eight bidders In
ullLII
Law In KITiTl Today The local In
ternal revenup office has wined nearly
30 government llritior licenses to drug
gists nnd othar handlers of 11 patent
medIcInes wnlch the Kovernment
chemists find contain so much alcohol
ns to bring them III a ruling nf tho
treasury department within the defini
tion of nlcohollc ntlmulants The law
fleeting this change went Into effect
today when ovr n dozen licenses wero
taken out the other having been laIr
tn out In advance of tho hate of tho
laws operation Dealers handling
1 thwin medicines are treated by time
sovcrnment the same as ordinary sa
loon keepers The government circu
lar Is headed Concernlntf Alcoholic
Compounds Labelled Sfedlclnes ninth
Held Out to tho Public as Hemedles
for DIscjiKcs
TO PROHIBIT POLYGAMY
j
Washington April Senator Jlatt
toduy presented In the senate u Joint
resolution adopted by the Xmv York
ItKlsliitini Inviting other states to co
oneratc III endeavoring to amend the
Conntltutlon of tliu United States to
inure efftctuully punish mill prohibit
polygamy
ON TRIAL TODAY
Ilcsurrrollon of Allowed Embezzlement
or Klectlon Mowy
Wlllard C Jensen Is on trial today In
the criminal division of the district
court before Judge Armstrong upon the
cliu CH of embezzlement und grand
larceny The Infonnatlon against
Jensen alleges Hint on Nor 9 190 he
Mole GM belonging to Almit S Kendall
It Is claimed thut tint money walt an
election WaRe mud trite left with Jen
Ken by Kondnll but when the hatter
demanded its return It could not be
found Up to noun only four Jurors had
been secured to try the cacti and U In
hurlibri bin that the afternoon will be
Roiuumeil In securing the other four
I Juror District Atty Loiifbourow Is
profociitlnK the cnce nnd Judge W It
Kin nod Attorney Ashby Snow lire de
Kwltng Jensen
MARSHALL GETS SIX MONTHS
Senlfnro Imputed This Morning by
I
Judge Armstrong
I
Judge Armserong today sentenced
Carl B Marshall to six months In the
county jaIl for the crime of battery
committed upon a Jtyenrold girl i
named Helen Hunt SIurnhnll was
charged with criminal assault but thus I
Jury returnerl a verdict of guilty of
tlnudo battery The sentence Imposed
was the nmxlmum penalty for the
crime of which Marshall was convicted
PETITION IS TILED
A petition for letters of administra
tion of tho estatu of Matilda D CIA
by deceased has been tiled In the pro
bate division of the district court by
Lotla St Clusby Time decedent died
In 1877 and wan at that time the wlfn
of J SI Clnsby The petitioner herein
Is the Hecond wife of Mr Cln ufhe
estate which has never been probate
consists of nn Interest In certain real
estate of the rental value of JIS per
month
COURT NOTES
A decree of divorce has been render
cd by Judge Ritchie In favor of plain
tiff In the cant of Willard Mead agaInst
Nelllu Mouth on thc ground of desertion
JudRO Morse has granted Clara M
Oliver a divorce from James n Oliver
on the ground of failure to support
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1 TODAYS MONEY MARKET k
c
New York April IClose
X Money on call Stencil and higher
j fill 10 per rent ruling rate 6 per
X cent last loan 7W per cent doe I
j Ing bid 7 H offered at 9 per
X cent
Time loans steady 60 90 days X
X and nix month 5 per cent
1 Prime mercantile paper 51at
1 vii per cent
Y Sterling exchange easier nt
Y SMO48545 for demand and
X nt 526001 g265 for 60day bill
i Pouted rates lS3JMS3i nnd
l HSSi
Commercial bills 4S2UGU2
V liar sliver 61S
y Mexican dollars 49
i Covernment bonds steady
Kallrqnd bonds Irregular
o
AFTERNOQN ON EXCHANGt
Among this
uCterntlon1
tuminltmu exchuirmgo Were IIntes 01 Ih
Curlsi BOO at 26 i
Con Slcrcur 10ft III 62U
Billy Judge too
at 10951 n
OrRnd O
Central
100 atYli
nl 4 Ii
Little Hell iIqO nt 6 VoiV
May DI 5IL
Day 8600
at Ktjo
1
CARD or THANKS
rite wife thud family
Suul X Jones wish to VL the late
tcnuhr
tlulllk 111111 iiwclattoto r their
to
era and the IP
R1It1 members
of the T
nnd Seventeenth van 1l1brn I
choIrs
those who IIn1 till
III > kindly
tIme nkkneiil as IKlp1 cImlrjci
Ruin I ne mZ
of tiieIt bill
loved hunband and ti tIter ir be
lIbEl
IlNAr m Ollih NInt1
tills rii DIIIIt John 1 FIt strot
truuuilt Salos aKPj 78 natIt or e lth
years
ltlnerctl from the Elelnlh
1 ggoM nt 1 oclock Ward mitt
h1iiI Tueda APril i
wlCihNair1 tills I
rlty
on lAtllrdaI
IllIrch 31 nl Ih resIdents tit suutdat
eats James II and A la oar
Wlcken
Infant daughter Irene Thp SJ Ihtl I
wiw l nioiillirol and the IreaSM
t au
Ifath wan pnumonla or
Tho funeral took place this
tram thE lJldenrl ZI IIOrlh Bltttno1
Street FIfth ieit
OpRDOXAt the Murray
h5pItal
ItrdaIIrrnoon apltal f
WIlliam
i 1Ir
Mr
on
41i years Mr Ollrdon 11 1111 know
Sal rrsprlrd lie 1II
s it Wit
rlllhl rhllilrrn IJ1d
fullolnl enlcts wIll M ImuIt ut h
1I1I
Creek wllrol hOulsetornctrmny
I
rr < t
II III
1IANSEN At JtS tan H vroth SMk
street this city April I K oj W
hietrus Evft K Hansen write of Jamu dla
P Hanien And daujhter or thJ htc
HAmilII runt Karen TelrMn Ilorn
11 Hil In RaIl Lalce City July
Funeral services will lieti ld Worn
tiny at 2 p in from the fatniu ttt
deuce Friends are Invlled to ttna
HUNTER John Hunter
aged in VMM
son of John Hunter and Ann Scout
at the latteMfiy Saints h fpia gjij
hake CIty April 1 1W of tQnffr ct
e
the liver
Funeral services at the funeral thir l
ef Joseph E Taylor ro east First Soulh
street Halt lake City on Tuesday April
3 iJOiJ nt p m Mr Iluntr s U 44
pr of age when ho died lIe tin i
brother and elder to mourn his death
Friends invited
R H Evan FlorIst 36 S Main 8t
Floral DesIgns a Specialty Phones HI
THE KEELEY
ICE CREAM CO
Make special prices to ward cotta
bios dancrs parties ek Prompt
service All Phones 323
26 RICHARDS STREET
UNION DENTAL CO
as South Main
HONEST WORK
HONEST PRICES
Painless Extraction of Teeth or N
ray All Work Positively Ouartntsel
Phones Bell J1MX Ind mIL
ESTUAY NOTinj
ONE YKLLOW MAU1J ONH LEFT
whit hind foot foretop cllppod About Ifl
pounds If not cnllrd for hy April 13 ttl
1 III will be foOld itt flubll auction
CI1AmI PAlm
Poimdkeepr Forest 1U1
= = 4 CAR LOADS OF
Granite Marble Monuments
p
Decoration Day is Near at Hand3
REMEMBER I
I
ELIAS MORRIS SONS CO
Importcra and Dealers in Marble Granite and Stone
2327 West So Temple Opp SoutK Gate Temple Block
I
Telephones Installed Last Week
New Salt Lake Subscribers
Tel No
1333 Andrus Grant AV 6fO South Hlxth East
3973 Anderson W K 129 Kim avenue
16U Hryan W II 230 Wl Heconcl South
10593 Henson Josephine 7 < 7 North Hecond Vert
3142 Booth W H Jr 615 First street
1015 Chesapeake liar 23 West fleccnrt Houth
X352 ClawHon SIr A K Lit North 6th Went
lOTtil Chrlmensen Chan T 1077 Eighth East
396J Crater AV H 113 South Seventh West
3973 litre Vm Chas Zj N Slim West
39S3 Cameron W 218 South Hth East
2125 Curtis Oeo K 107 North Slain
397S Cottrell H H 759 Houth 1 Ifat West
805 Kncilnhl Oscar rear 235 South 2nd East
2497 Client Dante 257 Houth First West
395i Oodbe K I C82 2nd street
897 Gray > f B room 20 limit Helmnnt
929 Hold Cyrus H Sons 46 South Main
1767 Herr Sirs Dorsey rear 353 R 8th South
3917 Hnhn Sir leo C 3 lloyd uvwnue
394 Henderson Jag II 152YJ Houth 4th Kaet
hIlt IllliiEwnrth Wm 5 tO South 3rd East
S981 Imlay Thor L 12S N 6th West
10771 Johnson James 927 W 3rd Houth
3577 Judy II It room 19 130 W 2nd South
ISO Jones I J 8 136 South 3rd East
M 5J Jeremy Thor E 5S N 6th West
151 K n Garment Co 115 R 3rd South
lID Lester Wm I 3S9 ith street
JDTS StcLnren J U US 8h Kant
SniT MInor Wm SI 717 South Slain
1193 Mackintosh T J 2S I street
Tel No
8SS2 Nelson II A m K B Temple
3C24 PaddlKon Sirs Alice M9 South 2nd Wct
tm Park D 230 Wwt 2nd South
1093 Pitts Joe Woo 4 N 61h West
3955 1eterwn Arthur B 28 W lit South
J970 Preston GOt rear M5 E 8th South
1076J Pearnon Eugene 1075 8th East
377 Head Wm 88 East Sixth South
39M Hudlnc Aug SIS Park avenue
2S80 Sweet Mrs F G17 W ltd North
JOBOS Sanderson W SL Ooulrrh and 7th south
2032 Hulllvan Inch Co 126 Keith bldg
401 Smallei J H 258 W 3rd South
4161 Strock C n B5V4 Commercial street
59 SO Smith N 418 K Second South
3957 Sharkey Ralph R 665 Sixth street
JOCH Smith Wm A 251 Wall street
10272 Hutbsrland T 0 1 Green treet
3980 Smith Enoch II 2J2 South 4th Weet
933 Taylor Jssso E 8 East court
SW Tedesco Nick 857 South 4th West
3541 Thorne John H 182 W 8 Templt
10781 Thomas leo B 740 W 6th South
3971 Toms Wm K Bel South lit Wilt
3m Whlto h T HI W Sth South
10772 Watkins Sir Zlna X 320 So Sth V
S955 Watroud Wm 62S Bo 5th East
2697 Webb Thos 59 Richard st
rIshl Williams T V rear 19 N Mil WHI
39J1 WIIIUnM Mrs A 425 South 2nd Wpa
10311 Walters Henry 85 W W North I
SEE NEW LIST NEXT SUNDAY
Our Intercommunicating System of Seven Stations for Sweet Candy Co and nunn
eroua Additions to Exiating Equipment of Old Sulacriber Proves That Merit W ni
FOR
THE PHONE THAT TALKS
We Arc Prepared to Prove Every Statement Wo Make
UTAH INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CO I
Ask Toll Operator for new points added daIly
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